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: ,:. ONE WEEK DAILY AND SUNDAY 88, No. 114 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1964
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WASHINGTON (AP-U.S. of- ganization, officials here said, of its veto in the Security Coun- al peace force if it was under -S k x.
ficials studied evidence today but the evidence is far from cil to paralyze action there. the sole control of the Security

I that the Soviet Union may be conclusive.In One of the developing U.N. Council-where the Soviet Un- -
shifting its policy toward the the U.S. view, the Soviet crises centers around the Soviet ion has veto power. '

United Nations. / attitude toward U.N. peace- Union's delinquency in pay- The proposal also would ex- : "

I Deep interest has been keeping operations has gener- ing U.N. assessments for peace- clude from the force all'troopsof S
I aroused here by Tokyo reports ally been uncooperative. The Soviet keeping activities. The Soviet the five permanent membersof Sar
I that the Soviet government is government usually has ob- Union faces a battle in the Gen-
the U.N. Councilthe
proposing the creation of a per- jected to the employment of eral Assembly session next fall Soviet Union Security the United-
,
; manent U.N. military force. U.N. forces under orders from over the loss of its vote there.
.tag.
The reported proposal, said to the General Assembly. The 'U.S. officials said that on the States, Britain, France and Na- s S

''j have been made in a note to practice of action through the basis of the Tokyo, reports they tionalist China.Observers S
in Tokyo thisas . $
the Japanese Foreign Office General devel- saw
Assembly was could not tell exactly what .the a a
could be the beginning of a significant oped by the Western powers Soviets intend by their proposalbut an attempt to force U.S.

change of attitude in more than a decade ago to get assume that what they are troops out of South Korea

Moscow toward the world or- around the Soviet Union's use calling for is the creation of a -where -they are- stationed as a ;' ,; .
U.N. ----- -- U.N. force and under a U.N.
t standing army. 5
In its 18 years, the United command, although it is largely .5 55 LS "' .5'

City Is Asked Nations has provided forces to American.The .
deal with crises in a dozen instances Soviet proposal als -

I the most notable being called for the inclusion, as an .. ....,,,,':" .,,..: --- ._---
the Korean war and the Suez, "imperative necessity," of
,) To Stop Arrests Congo and Cyprus situations.The Communist troops along with After 15 HoursThree

Soviet memorandum to those from Western and neutral

1 f r By JEAN CARVER the Japanese government said countries in any U.N. military brothers not one over four feet tall pose with the man who found

Sun Staff Writer More News the Soviet Union would be will- force, and Communist repre- them after they spent a night lost in dense woods. Shown here are (from left)

On Commission ing to "shoulder its due shareof sentation in any U.N. military Tom Weber, 7, Tim Weber, 7, rescuer Tom Nobles, 31, and Dennis Weber, .5. (Sun
City
City officials were asked last expenses" for an internation- command.A photo by Eddie Davis).
night to instruct police not to Page 2


1 .- at make the request further of trespass public accommodations arrests- be hasty, if not irresponsible to 3 FIRES HIT CITY Lost Found
Youngsters
i owners. go ahead on curbstone opin- -
NAACP Youth Council Vice ion." f
DURING 24 HOURS fE E
President Jim Harmeling made Richardson commended the
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'' the request. attitude of Harmeling's group. By Salesman Volunteer
"You've the rash of fires struck Gainesville during the past 24 hours,
won war, but
11 He pointed. out that the coun- let's not leveling three frame homes and sending a woman to the hos- ..,
t cil felt that since the civil rights get wiped out cleaningout pital, the fire department reported.
I bill is now law and one arrest a number of pockets," Gainesville Fire Capt. Johnny Dampier said the residences were: By JIM MCGUIRK for Ring Power heard some kids yell it

was made over the weekend Richardson warned.He a frame dwelling at 1621 NW 45th Ave., owned by R. F. Hus- .Sun Staff Writer just moved here faint I thought maybe it

"Il when civil rights workers test- also priaised businessmenand sey. A fire yesterday morning probably caused by a short cir- Three little boys lost in He had some ether kids playing
citizens who have
ed the law's application here, compliedwith cuit in electrical wiring caused an estimated $8,500 damage to dense scrub near their High- work when he ," Nobles said.
\1 l the requested action would prevent the law, noting" a "lot of the $10,000 home. land Court Manor home since missing boys, the loudspeaker called

t similaroccurrances.. give on all sides. afire just after midnight this morning leveled the home of early yesterday evening- were "I feel like it boys names again and once

J U "The Youth Council has no "Give us about" 30 minutes Will and Grace Hunter at 2003 SE 2nd Ave. The home, estimated found safe and hungry just aft- nity now and I Nobles heard a faint an-

wish to become involved in a breathing time, he asked. worth $2,500, was a total loss, Capt. Dampier said. The fire was er 9 o'clock this morning.The part," he said. .
Commissioner Byron Win caused by a kitchen stove, the fireman reported. So he went walked in that direction:
suit, with the city, nor do we boys are Tim, Tom and
questioned prosecution of a Uni- just for the heck of it I call-
.
Another $2,500 total loss was the residence of Snider: Knight, in ed clothes, and
want to call in the federal gov- of Florida civil Dennis Weber, sons of Mr. and ."
versity rights the 3400 block of SW 19th Ave. The ville Police
of the fire
cause was not
Mrs. Dennis Weber
ernment, Harmeling explained. of 2817 NE
worker Ronald Crawford Bar- weren't 20
immediately determined, fireman reported. Brown in feet from
12th St. Tim and 'Tom 7-
are "
ger, for refusing to leave the Hospitalized early this morning for smoke inhalation followinga tremely dense
Commissioners assured Har- year old twins; yesterday was
Piggie Park Restaurant on 13th fire at her apartment at 734 E. Univ. Ave. was Agnes Beckman, Dennis' fifth already been children."I though they had spent
meling that city officials will Street Sunday night until birthday.An night alone in the woods and
city Capt. Dampier reported. The cause of the fire was smoking ir before by

follow the law but pointed out (.See' CITY., Page_ !'.) bed,- the---- n fireman_------- said' Some!: ,ifift..!._ Hamano_ :."":. uricronrviii1....... &"'! ,& u." . army of police and volun- Searchers scratched, mosquito bit-
that City Attorney Osee Fagan teer workers including two found and red-eyed from crying,

has asked for a copy of th e MEETING airplanes turned out for the etrate a mass boys were cautious, demand-
PUBLIC ,
new law to compare existing TONIGH'rLook search, but the boys were actually to and brush to know if Nobles was a po
city ordinances with it. found by Tom Nobles, a land Court officer.
salesman who heard about the himself
Our intention is to enforcethe Weber home explained -

law as we interpret it," to UF First Says RichardsonAlthough search on the radio this morn Street."I satisfactorily to
Mayor Howard McKinney ex ing and volunteered "because I sat down boys, called for Officer J

plained. felt a part of the Highland Court continued, when who was nearby, and

Commissioner Alan Suther- he said he was "de- Manor community." with a public they brought the boys '

land said he felt it would be lighted" that Atlanta economic Nobles, 31, of 2841 NE 10th cruised by, c a

hasty to take any action with- consultant John Gould was here "" REVITALIZING Drive, a sales representative names of the (See LOST, page 11)) 't
out the advice of the city at- for tonight's downtown meetingand

torney."If to talk with city officials Viet Nam OK But Needs
there are areas wherewe about an economic basestudy, DOWNTOWNin Program ,
find the law contradicts Commissioner James Richardson L 1

state or city statutes we last night asked that all
should adopt a policy saying the University of Florida data be 'Vigorous Implementation'Taylor

federal law "is the one we consultants.exhausted before hiring outside the world," Richardson said. to the commission, noting that SAIGON, South Viet Nam the days ahead," Taylor told in Viet Nam, and Vietnamese

\ should follow, Sutherland said. He suggested that Planning he will be a member of to- (AP-U.S. Ambassador Max- the Vietnamese. "The fight I protocol officials.
j "I concur with Commissioner "Probably more data and information Director David Godschalk in- night's downtown panel. well D. Taylor arrived in South Tight security prevailed along
Sutherland, which is somewhat on this community is vestigate UF data "before you Both Godschalk and City. Viet Nam today, declaring that against tyranny and injustice is Taylor's route into Saigon,
unusual," Commissioner James available at the Bureau of Economic get too far committed." Manager Bill Green encouraged the war programs already under never easy; the road to successis where terrorists made two
said. "It would Research than Godschalk introduced Gould always long. But your brothers -
I Richardson anywhere commissioners and the DUD- way are sound but need bomb attacks Monday, one i
in the free world stand with
lie to attend tonight's meetingat "vigorous implementation and and against the U.S. Embassy. The '
deter-
you, together-with
I the courthouse east court- execution." bomb at the embassy did not
.3RD DELIVERY IN 8 MONTHS room. mination, patience and re 1
explode.
that in the monthsto sourcefulness-I know we shall
The meeting begins at 8 p. "I'am sure Hundreds of police lined the
m. and will include proposed come we will see that vigorous prevail.
road from the airport keepingit
He Races The Stork and Loses improvements by the planning implementation," Taylor Taylor, former chairman of clear of traffic. Fighter
department for improving said at Saigon Airport as more the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, planes roared overhead.The .

existing downtown businesses, than 100 police and security was greeted by his dupe am- Viet Cong liberation radio -

By CUF CORMIERSun Mueller helped out with his the ambulance from a telephone including trees and plantingsand agents stood guard."I bassador, U. Alexis Johnson; warned Taylor to stay out
City Editor third delivery in the back seat booth. remodeled "tore fronts. have no illusions about the Lt. Gen. Wiliam C. Westmore- of Viet Nam or his life wouldbe

Jim Mueller is beginning to of a compact car parked on the Mueller and his attendant, "If the downtown people don't tasks that face your country in land, commander of U.S. forces in danger.

wonder if he will ever win a roadside on Northwest 13th Sammy Tonge, sped to the show up for this then I don't
race. Street.A scene but arrived too late. know where downtown is head-
stock ing," Green noted.Richardson ON CIVIL RIGHTS I
Lake
Jim doesn't push a car -year-old City wom- "It was already happening,"
,
around speedways, he's an am- an, Mrs. Gail Knight, gave birthto Mueller said. "There wasn't explained that he
bulance driver for the Williams- a girl, assisted by Mueller even time to move her into the was glad Gould had come for
Thomas Funeral Home and he and her mother, Mrs G. M. tonight's meeting but wanted to ISAN
ambulance. It all in
was over
Plank
races the stork. Cox.The about 15 minutes." make sure all local sources are Rocky Urges Strong
When he loses a race he rolls two were on their way exhausted first.
While Mueller and Mrs. Cox -"
up his sleeves and delivers ba back to Lake City after visit- "I was taking the Cham-
bies. His record as a "midwife"is ing here when Mrs. Knight sud- assisted, Tonge kept a crowd of ber of Commerce approach FRANCISCO (AP-Gov. must not permit the Republican of it are unconstitutional.
more impressive. He hasn't dently was sticken with birth curious onlookers from gettingtoo about spending our money at Nelson A. Rockefeller told the party to be transformed into a Rockefeller said:

lost a baby or mother. pains. They pulled over to the close. home," Richardson explained.The Republican platform committee narrw, doctrinaire instrumentof "The Republican party must
Sunday night the 21year.o 1 d curb and Mrs. Cox summoned "Most of them came over city manager assured today it must affirm the con- extremism." reaffirm its deep moral conviction -
from the Putt Putt golf Richardson that "all possibili- stitutionality of the recently that such federal legislationis
course nearby," said Mueller. ties" will be exhausted.He passed Civil Rights Act. He said the. party cannot win essential to justice and equal

: ; Mueller said he received his noted that many studies The New York governor the presidency unless it picksup opportunity for all Americans,
second surprise after they plac- will be needed to compose a threw his influence strongly be- votes outside its own ranks that it is not only consonant

., vy k' 1 M 3 ed the woman and her new total comprehensive master hind the drive by supporters of and, "certainly it cannot ex- with but expressive of the spirit -
baby in the ambulance and got plan for the city, including an Gov. William W. Scranton of pect to win if it seeks to serve and the language of the Unit-

ready to carry them to Alachua economic base study. Pennsylvania to force a fight the narrow within interests of "a minority ed States constitution.
I General Hospital. Sen. Bar- a minority.
I with the front-running
I "She insisted on going to the LBJ ,Sends Two ry Goldwater of Arizona over He said he thinks the partycan "The Republican party must
? :a hospital in Lake City. She said the broaden its base and win pledge effective administrationof
platform.
4 .. arrangements had already been Back to DixieWASHINGTON in November, and he went on: the law and other affirmative
Rockefeller declared: "We
made there and she wanted to "It is unthinkable that the steps to assure both equal opportunity -
be with her own doctor." (APPresident party of Lincoln, should ever or all Americans and
After getting the wom- Johnson is sending two heed the counsels of those who maintenance of law and or-

an's strange request witnessedby former Southern governors on would have the Republican par- der as the only sure guaranteesof

an onlooker, "as a precau- a quiet mission back to Dixie. ty play upon prejudice and justice* and enduring pro-,
Secretary of Commerce lu- fear narrow its base and gress.'
rM tion, Mueller and Tonge spedto or
the Division Hospital in Lake ther H. Hodges, former gover- mount a national campaignmore ,
nor of North Carolina, and Le- concerned with future fac- '
City. Following newly completed ,.
I-7S they made the 40-mile Roy Collins, former governorof tional dominance of the party ,'

u trip in less than half an hour.A Florida, will explain the r- than future leadership of the WHERETO

doctor at the hospital ,examined Community Relations Service of Will lite nation." .

the mother and baby the new Civil Rights Act during On the civil rights issue, FIND, IT

and 'pronounced both in good a tour of Southern state Remain Rockefeller said the platform

< condition, Mueller said. capitals beginning next week. should express the party's pridein Comics . . 12
.. 1 t "He told me I had done a real Officials said the HodgesCollins "the Republican majorities of 0 Classified . 13 15

r good job." tour is being conducted L Neutral? more than 80 per cent in both Entertainment . 13
Mueller began driving the am- without fanfare because its pur- houses of Congress which were Obituaries . . . 2

.. (' '< .'''.>---K.. bulance two years ago but all pose is to gain understandingamong decisive to enactment of a Civil Opinion Page . . 4 "
\\\na.1IIIn.: three of his emergency births Southern executives and See. Page 8 Rights Act of 1964." Sports . . 9-10 !

':R Jim Mueller flashes victory sign after helping with came in the last eight months: not to arouse antagonism or :. Goldwater voted against the e Women's . .". . 6 t::,_'_"
;:' his third successful emergency delivery. (See RACES, Page 2) generate publicity. bill saying two important parts < \

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. -. STATE CABINET MEETING. Weather Roundup Cool Weather, GainesvilleCITY

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On Sporting rOods Ordered : \ No weather records were : . : . n COMMISSION

: ZONES set here yesterday, but per- bt:::: :&: ::;;;;; ; ''':':'''':'':'':::'::::::

T- .*.". --"****,- Fair weather through Wed sons pleasantly surprised at
TALLAHASSEEAP'I) force 4fie:-3ax-- -, -awaiting a scheduled In other action, the Cabinet: nesday with the high today ). ." the weather change might Conflict of Interest?

Cabinet ordered,.SJate-Revenue j: .:,appeal to the State Supreme 1. Approved a 19 !-65 operating 83 to 94 and the low tonight have to be convinced other-

Commissioner Ed 'Straugnn..15.: l Court. budget of $30,000 for the 63 to 74. Variable winds 5 City commissioners devoted 300 of about 218 million sharesOf

day to begin immediate -vigor? i- :On motion of Atty Gen. m en t a I retardation planning to 15 miles per hour.A .I.rU9\ wise.According to Keith Butson, considerable conversation last stock in RemingtonRand.City .

ous collection The would be Clear to partly cloudy and I state climatologist at the Ag- night-some of it facetious-to Attorney Osee Fagan
oi.5.pcgx1twhole James Kynes, the Cabinet ordered program. money rather hot today, tonight and Wednes-
tax on spofjing:gquipment. Straughn to begin imme- refunded by federal grant day. A few afternoon and evening S"a'- riculture Experiment Station, conflict of interest provisions in said he did not think Richardson's -
High today 90 to stockholder
-/-T:TT"* diate vigorous enforcement of 2. Authorized the Department \thundershowers 4. Low tonight 70 likely.to 76. Variable winds the high yesterday of 89 and the city charter. position as a

The tax wasTKviedTby the the tax since it was ruled con of!''Public Welfare to ask theUse S to 15. miles per hour.with scat- I the low of 67 degrees did not During a consideration ofRemingtonRand's would fall under the conflict of
H I Partly cloudy widely
for interest provisions.
1963 Legislature,,JtXJSlled for stitutional. Z 'Departm-ent-of. Health, Education tered showers mainly during the afternoon i constitute any July record. "It proposal did rule that architect
Wednesday. High utilities record- Fagan
hours through the
taxing equipment! -us d for Kynes said the methods or ol- -md Welfare for federal today U. to. 92. Low tonight 70 to 75. was not unusually low for this revamping L. N. post on the city \
fin- May's
camping, fishing, hunling; swim lection were not consistent He (aids-totaling $181,428 to finance Variable J K -winds Partly 5 to cloudy 15 miles with per scattered hour. time of year, only a little keeping methods Commissioner for the board '(>f adjustment disqualified -

ming, diving and. otKeT:outdoor said some wholesalers were not demonstration projects J for thundershowers through Wednesday. lower than the weather we've ance department him from consideration as
to 90. Low 75 Sutherland disqualified
today 86 tonight Alan
High
recreation. 'C"", collecting the tax and others homemaker services in sparsely to 10. Variable winds 5 to 15 miles been having," he said. "The worksfor architect for the new fire station -
he
I himself that
Three groups oCstatgTfthole- were collecting it but were not! populated areas. per,TEMPERATURES hour little higher ELSEWHERE near showers. record low temperature for the, noting planned by the city.

salers attacked..the;few:asMin- sending the revenue to the state. 3. Granted $5,000 to the Flor- Jacksonville High$/ Low 71 Preep. GAINESVILLE WEATHER July, was 62 degrees in 1947. "Maybe company.I should disqualify (During the meeting City

constitutional. Leon:County<
Judge Hugh :Tavlor upneld .- by audit if necessary. He state's rules governing ad- Atlanta Tamp n 85 75 66 for 24 hours to 8 am. today; reason for the cooler weatherwas the' Commissioner May told him he will resign
the tax last month**;: ZT I said'notices about the beefed-up missions to practice law. New Orltns 74 a cold front which passed company, board so
Boston 75 60 .01 High 89 at 2 p.m., low. 67 at James Richardson said. from the adjustment
After the ruling,, Straughn P Ucy would be sent to Florida 4. Awarded a contract to Rad- New York MWashington 64 4 a.m. No rainfall. through Gainesville late Sun.. He explained that he owns the Moore and May firm can

said he would Vigorously en- wholesalers; .within 10 days. cli iff Materials Inc., of Shalimarfor Chicago 71 90 <65 7 .36 day. "This brought about cooler -I be considered for the fire station -
'.- .. $11,400 worth of paving, Kansas City Ca 71 ALMANAC drier air and less clouds "
I ', Denver '2 56 Sunset today.............. TM: pm. Ricbarclsoii contract.)
parking area and road construction Ft. Worth 101 75 Sunrise' tomorrow .......... 1.35 a.m. he added. Fagan noted that the charter
Los (l 5* .... .. .... .
Set To Angeles rises 4:32 a m.
ReVISeState at Fort Pickens. state The Moon "when the
: Group Up - Seattle 74 58 and U at Perigee. Butson continued revision committee which he
ark.: CEDAR KEY TIDE3 tomorrow New Moon .............,..... July' sun went down the heat loss Nearly Drops heads is considering revisingthe
Wednesday High at 1:21 am. and PROMINENT STAR
I 5. Awarded $26,344 contract to 12:02 p.m. Low at 6:17 am. and 7:30 Antareir due south ......... ':52 p.m. from radiation was consider Own Nominee conflict of interest reference.

Admissions to Bar Jess W. Childre of Titusville for p.m. MARINE FORECAST: Saturn VISIBLE, rises PLANETS.........,..... 10:40: ".m. ably more; thus, a temperature ference.
addItions to the highway patrol EAST GULF: Mostly northeast winds Jupiter rises .............. 2:13 am. in the 60's rather than the Commissioner James Richardson Mayor Howard McKinney
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and east winds S to 15 knots Venus rises 4.17 am.
TALLAHASSEE AP) The procedures of examination and station at Melbourne.ten U4iu______n ri__u-.._ Generally__ _ fair._ .. through m Mar___. _Ahnua____ Venus._______ 70's." The weather fluctuates nearly withdrew his own asked that special attention be
j : State Supreme Court has set up admission to the bar. from day to day we have nominee to fill a Plan Board given the provision."It .

I a committee to study revising Chief Justice E. Harris Drew hot periods and then cool periods vacancy last night. appears to me we're go-

said today a seven member Meet With ViolenceIn he stated. Richardson, who opposes rec- ing to have a difficult time get-

committee of lawyers met with Negroes ommendations by commission- ting anyone to serve on any-

Bryant Meets the Supreme Court Monday.The appointed bodies suggesting replacements thing in this community," Commissioner -

court asked the committee More About or reappointmentsto Richardson noted.

to re-examine rules and pro- Tallahassee PahokeeBy city commissioners, recom- Commissioner Sutherland

: With Collins cedures governing admissions to mended several months ago said he felt the present provi- I

practice law and compare them Races that Dr. Clayton Curtis, University sion guarding against conflictof

with those of other states. Recommendations THE ASSOCIATED PRESS|youths chased five Negroes testing turned the other over to juvenile of Florida real estate professor interest situations "stretches

Friday were requested Negroes seeking to put the the law at a hamburgerstand authorities. be named to the plan things a little too far."

: within six months. new civil rights law into effectin at Tallahassee. The Negroes Later, 50 carloads of whites From Page 1 board.

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. The court asked the committee Florida met with violence returned later and retaliated hopped from one drive-in to an.other o Instead, the member in ques- Hear Seven

'Farris Bryant said today he to consider the possibility of last night at Tallahassee and by firing shotgun into a to prevent integration efforts. -The first was last October whenan tion was reappointed to a second -

would meet with a federal dele- excusing from the bar examin- i Pahokee. At Ocala owners of car occupied by two white teen Ocala woman gave birth in term. Tax Complaints

gation Friday to discuss puttingthe ation students in the top one- !two restaurants planned to turn agers. No one was hit. At Pahokee, the closing of awh1e his ambulance en route from Richardson asked that Curtis'
civil rights law into effect them into clubs to Officers four of the '! theater the weekend be for future
third of their law school classes. i membership charged over High Springs to Alachua Gen name kept con- Seven tax complaints including -
in Florida. I keep Negroes out. five Negroes with shooting intoan touched off a wave of vandal- sideration. .
Bryant! issued a statement Chief Justice Drew said pre- I A crowd of 200 angry white occupied automobile_ and sm. Windows of two stores eral.The Last night, the plan board I an assessment objection
saying: I dicted increases in the numberof were smashed by rocks and second was in Februaryon recommended that Curtis fill from Mrs. Annie Mae Ches-

"At the suggestion of the applicants for the bar examination bottles.A the roadside near the Florida -resigning member Dr. John De- nut for Chesnut's, Fremac'sand

President, I have granted the over the next 10 years march of 100 integrationistsbound Highway Patrol office on US Grove's post. DeGrove, also a the Western Union building

request of Secretary of Commerce would make it impossible for the Brown Sentenced for downtown Pahokeewas 441. UF professor, resigned July 1 -were taken under study by
10-member Florida bar to pro- to become head city officials as the tax equali-
Luther Hodges for an of the Florida
them. halted by police and 30 Mueller, fast becoming an old f"\
appointment here Friday." cess I Atlantic University political de zation board last night.
sheriff's deputies called in
were hand
delivering babies at.
"Director LeRoy Collins, for- Later the Cabinet appropriated : to aid law enforcement. tributes his far to partment."I All said their city assess-
$5,000 for the committee to To 2 Life Terms success so
withdraw ments by St. Petersburg consultants -
his
merly governor of Florida, and: make the study. Spokesmen for Elliott's Magnolia -luck and "the Good Lord." may name
former Gov. Buford Ellington of i Street Restaurant and the Richardson noted. Hunnicutt and Associatesare

Tennessee will accompany the I Big D Steer Inn at Ocal said "I never had any special; After Curtis was named in too high.Attorney .
Two life terms, to run one and careful consideration to the this 2-1 vote with Jim Clayton
of ,
secretary. they had ordered cards for training at sort thing, a CommissionerWinn repre-
a
"The conference I PicketingHampers after the other, were imposed testimony adduced before the membership and but I'm learning fast." abstaining; Richardsonand senting Mrs. Chesnut and
apparently operation
this noon on Charlie Mac court. .and particular attention Gainesville
will have to do with their ,plans I i would sell them for nominal McKinney voting yes; Sutherland Properties, said the
for Brown, 21-year-old Rutledge Ne- was paid to the report of Record no; and Turlington ab property Is assessed at $1,332 a
an implementation in Flor. sums. 1,967
who killed his wife and her Dr. Josh D. Davis M.D.
gro a sent. Richardson asked to read: front foot and claimed a fair
ida of civil At Ocala
rights legislation. J. Monday, police had
father last Oct. 21. who examined the
psychiatrist
market
cited the plan board's letter of rec- value for the land is
WorkCAPE The state had asked the electric defendant. ." in Florida's anti trespasslaw Books Checked ommendation."I only $850 a front foot
InduslrialMeetmg Cape chair. Judge Patten said that care- turning Negroes away I
Property owners received
from one restaurant but others might indicate as long as I I no
Circuit L. Paten ful attention to Dr.
Judge George was given statements from
the
Out At
city if
LibraryA he has been I lastyear's
KENNEDY (AP-The) showed mercy. Davis' report that in his opin- were integrated without ind appointed in this
Set dent. manner that he had assessment was not
Teamsters Union posted a single indicatedto
"I'm sorry I did it, Brown ion, no premeditation could changed, Finance Officer
record books Clarence
picket today on a road construction In St. Augustine state attorney 1,967 were me that should the occasion
said when asked bv Judge Pat- have been involved in the two
O'Neill
I Dan Warren said he obtained checked out of the Gainesville arise that he (Curtis) should said.
For G'ville 1 workers take to the nation'smoonport. if he had anything to say. killings. -
] Before noon absen- warrants for the arrest of at Public Library yesterday, near- leave the community he would
No appeal is planned. "The court has determinedthat least four white youths involvedin ly 500 more than on any single resign immediately," Richardson P. W.
TALLAHASSEE tees numbered 1,425 enough to Building
(AP-A) second Judge Patten sentenced you, Charlie Mac Brown, the assault of six Negroestwo day ever before. said.
series of CAN DO workshops I curtail work.Spokesmen. Brown to state prison for life are guilty of murder in the (Richardson

designed to help non for the National for killing Betty Mae Brown, first degree (he named the two The days ago. The highest previous numberwas Grove for not criticized De- Architect NamedArthur
.
warrants, he said, charge resigning as
metropolitan communities develop -.Space Administration and Army 18-year-old mother of two boys, counts) and it is the judgmentof assault with intent to commit on June 8, when readers as he knew he would soon the

industry and business are Engineers complained to the! to be followed by another life the court that mercy shall murder. took out 1,483.Readers position in Boca accept Lee Campbell was

scheduled to begin July 13. National Labor Relations Board,I term for the murder of Theo- be shown." I checked Raton suggest named architect for the new
Integration leaders in St. Augustine out 25,286 ing unsuccessfully that the commission
Chairman Wendell Jarrard of the Teamsters and building: dore Brown, 43, the defendant's After judging Brown guilty, scene of racial strife for books during June, almost 5,000 "gratefully" De-- public works building last night

the Florida Development Commission trades unions that the picketing: father-in-law. Judge Patten asked him if he four weeks said the assault I books more than during June Grove's resignation.)accept by city commissioners.The .

said Monday the series ,II seriously hampered construction I Selig Goldin, Brown's attor- had anything to say would not affect a two-week 1963 In that month, 20,805 books commission deferred action -

w 't be guided by the commis,of space program facilities.An ney, said he does not plan an "I didn't mean to do it," racial,cooling off truce.In were taken out In June 1962, Sewer RequestIn a week on naming the
incomplete count showec I appeal. Brown said. "When this hap- architect for the new fifth fire
readers checked
sion's industrial representativesand other developments, a bi- out 18,506.
attended by community 726 out of 800 workers absent t "Anytime you can save a pened, I didn't mean to do it. racial,group of clergymen from Library users checked out Committee station.

business leaders. from the 524-foot high vertica I man from the electric chair i I didn't know what was happening central Florida cities met with 16,603 books in June 1962 and Although the firm of Moore

assembly plant under construe_ who has killed two people like at the time. . Gov. Farris Bryant behind 14,155 books in June 1961. Home Motor Lodge's requestfor and May was mentioned, commissioners -
The schedule 13 in Fort "
: July ion; 339 absent of 400 employee 1 this, that is all you can do," "I'm sorry I did it. closed doors in Tallahassee.A The library said 878 Gainesville city sewer extension to the later discussed the
Walton Beach, July 14 in Mari- Goldin said. Then Judge Patten imposed Newberry Road-I-75 city charter's conflict of interest
to transport rockets : children have interchangewas
on a for
runway spokesman the registeredfor
clergymen
anna, July 15 in Live Oak July the life sentences.The provisions
two
Brown tried that
and 275 absent of 734 wh D was last Friday said a plan for peaceful in- the children's reading referred to committee last noting May is
21 in Melbourne. July 22 in Fort without a jury. He changed his hearing began at 12:10 pro- night by city commissioners. a member of the board of ad-
work on the Titan 3 project. tegration was presented to the gram, 50 more than during lastyear's
Pierce 23 in Leesburg, and lasted minutes. About justment.
July plea at that time from innocent ten Commissioners asked for fur-
Rain fell heavily on parts o f Neither side would
governor.
July 27 in Palatka, July 28 in due to insanity to euiltv. 20 persons were in the court- program. ther feasibility studies by con- May told City Manager Bill
: Cape Kennedy but did not significantly discuss the conference.
Sarasota and July 30 in Gaines- Asst. State Atty. Mack Futch room. sulting engineer David Smith fora Green he intends to "esign so
affect the projects ocrews' Officials in Tallahassee closed
ville. asked the electric chair Brown wore a yellow pullover Senate Passes report next week.Commissioner the firm can be considered for
them. the city's three swim-.
travel to public
The two victims were killed shirt and blue denim trou- Alan Sutherland the job.
of Miami ming pools during the weekend
Teamsters Local 290
by shotgun blasts at TheodoreBrown's sers. While waiting for the
Bryant toN.Y. posted the picket in consequence home in Rutledge. The court session to begin, he sat, after two white an integration attempt at Lobby BillWASHINGTON the extension repeated, calling his opposition for sewer to Cigarette Tax

of a strike against several Mi- older man was standing by his moving only his hands. His composure pools.
TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov. ami-based firms which make Offi ials said the pools, two APThe) development inside existing city
front The had during trial and today,
gate. woman Senate approved'and sent the limits, particularly parts of east Total Drops
Farris Bryant leaves for New concrete. One of the struck for whites and one for Negroes, to
fled into a bedroom after hearing never broke. He said nothing until Gainesville
York to meet with Robert! had been operating at loss. House Monday a bill tightening omitted from the
today a
Maule Industries has
firms, the shot that killed her father. his remarks to the judge. I east Gainesville TALLAHASSEE (AP)
I controls in sewer project. Ciga-
Moses president of the New over lobbying this
contracts to supply concrete for She was shot through a win- After sentence was imposed, Commissioner
Chess James Richardson rette taxes collected during
Club May
York World's Fair Corp., about. Quits country by agents serving for- -
the verical assembly buildingand dow. The shootings climaxed a he spoke with his mother fora noted that the 138,000 sewer totaled $4,345,927, a drop of $554-
interests.
Florida Pavilion.
the eign
crushed stone for the rocket domestic argument. few minutes, then was taken For Summer extension into the Gainesville 039 from the April total the

The governor said he would path, known as a "crawlerway. Judge Patten said: away by the court bailiff. Among other things, the airport area has no customers State Beverage Department said

return to the Capitol Friday. ." "The court has given long Sentence to two life terms, to The city Recreation Depart- measure would prohibit these in answer to Sutherland's ques- today.Of .

run one after the other, makes ment chess club will not meet agents from using funds from' tions over a "one-shot" exten-I the total, $3,106,986 will be

AS GOP CONVENTION NEARS it unlikely Brown ever will be during July or August, Ray foreign employers to make political -sion of the sewer main to one distributed to municipalities in

free unless pardoned by a gov- Massey recreation director, an- contributions and would motel. I which the tax was collected and
A convict could be freed
I ernor. nounced. require the agents to report political "No one on this commissionvoted $1,239,031, collected outside municipalities -
his lifetime be-
by good
during The club will be reorganizedin contributions from their' for that," Commissioner will go to the state

Strange Things HOL :ing sentenced havior and to good a single character life term.if September, he said. own pockets. I' Byron Winn added. general fund.Paul .


t More About I D. Moore
By JAMES MARLOW He would come in mighty i Goldwater, who seems to have Rogero RulingSet
In St. I
Associated Press News Analyst handy if he could give his ver-I the nomination locked up, For TodayTAMPA Augustine, Bryant I Awarded DegreePaul t.

sion of why some of the things sounds very self assured. In CityI

WASHINGTON (CAP) -Need that are happening are happening. -I Washington Monday he said he (AP-U. S. District Invoked Little-Used Law David Moore, son of Dr. ;.

ed: one mindreader JuPthese was shopping around in his From and Mrs. G. Paul Moore of
Court Judge George C. Youngwas Page 1
last few daysbe lheTRepuS- mind for a vice presidential I 2234. N.W. 6th Place, receivedhis
lican conventlon 'San Fran Gov. William W. Scranton of runningmate.He expected to rule today on TALLAHASSEE (AP-When nor decide what action to take, officials are familiar with the Bachelor of Arts degree in

cisco. -----:-._ Pennsylvania, trying to keep pre trial arguments Involving Gov. Farris Bryant outlawed but also when to take it. civil rights law. history from MacMurray College -
Sen. Goldwater said he has two names on income tax evasion charges; It enacted in 1955 following I
Barry from get! nighttime racial demonstrationsin was (Barger i scheduled to appear Jacksonville, Ill., at its
ting the Republican presidential his list of prospects-Reps. Ger- against former State Road St. Augustine, he invoked the 1954 U.S. Supreme Court in municipal court on July 113th commencement.In .

-- nomination, went to Illinois for4woday ald R. Ford of Michigan and Board member Al Rogero of a decision outlawing racial segre- 14 for violation of the state all, 189 students were
Obit itFi L William E. Miller of New York Clearwater. little used nine-year-old law
campaign. He went! gation in public schools. "undesirable guest" law.) awarded bachelor's degrees.
around shaking hands with com- -but denied stories he favors Young heard the arguments granting the governor extraordinary It was part of the series of Fagan said he was reluctant!

JERRY ftITL1zzCHIEFLAND :mut ts:., Miller. "I don't know how that yesterday after sending 138 ve- powers in times of laws designed to help maintain to discuss the pending litiga-J Gainesville Sun ;

-=-Craveslde1 1- I got started," he said. niremen from the courtroom. stress. the barriers against mixing the I tion but he intended "to pro-j]
He said he would rule before the
StuHslill 1r. Henry C5bot Lodge, who quitas
M. Published
services for evening
except
Jerry r. races. ceed with the charges in the
77, who died Monday m. a US,,.::ambassador to SouthYeLIt&.MiLhome Meanwhile the hopeful Miller !jury was selected. Veteran statehouse observerssaid J Saturday, and Sunday mornings -
l and was saying he would accept if The government has charged Last week Bryant was asked incident. j I by the Gainesville Publishing -
Starke nursing home after'lengthy a asked but he hasn't been asked.In I evaded $167,000 in in- the law was used only :whether he would recommend "1 haven't seen anything to: Company at 101 SE
illness, are scheduled rantol.-Went! : u1..10 Kansas I Rogero : 2nd Place Gainesville, FIOIidO.and ,
once before, by Gov. Leroy Collins -re-enactment of the law by the show that Florida Statute 509:
tomorrow at 3 p.m. in Chief- Jto; make a pilcElbut! only-six Illinois last week 48 of thestate's come taxes from 1956 through entered as second class
1958. Rogero pleaded innocent of, to help settle racial violence 1 1965 legislature. Said he: "It is is not the law in Florida or that;: matter at the Post Office Ci
land Cemetery.Rev. conve J 2n del ;e$. show dnp: 58 convention delegates officers should Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
to the next legislature. Each police not enforce -
Gene Carter will offici- They spent --some of the -tim: lined"up. with Goldwater after the charge. in Tallahassee during a city bus J up "
ought to review it this law, Fagan explained.

legislature ;
ate. Arrangements are under talking foreign affairs. listening to appeals from, him desegregation effort. RATES BY
\
Land in Cuba and I am sure that they wilL"Bryant CARRIER OR MAIL
direction of Knauff Funeral 10 did I
The other
the Hete in and Scranton. legislature'kept used the law when he He said there be 1 Week .45 .1.
control
Washington, Sen. the tight may some
MIAMI (AP) Havana radio 3 Mo .
Home - not'commit themselves. I I $$,85 i it
Margaret Chase Smith" still levied a ban against nighttime obvious changes in city ordinances -
Studstill was a native of Levy says five more American students -over it by putting it into effect i i
lived the thinks she has a chance for the For a reason which he did demonstrations in racially troubled -: after the civil rights All mall subscriptions: must
County and had past have arrived in Cuba to only two years at a time. It expires I be paid in advance. ,
40 years in Chiefland. nomination, she says. She denies -not explain Scranton went back join 75 Americans there despitea July 1 of the year of each St. Augustine June 20. He law is carefully studied, but Member of Audit Bureau of t

Survivors include two daugh- she's really hoping for the there this week looking for del U.S. State Department ban on legislative sessions begins. i said most of the violence erupted "while I know there is considerable Circulation.

ters, Mrs. Marguerite Fugate, vice presidential nomination. egates. He started off shaking travel to the Communist island.A at night when the cover of anxiety on this matterI All material contained herein b
Former President The law authorizes the governor foil arrest want to be in a position to II the property of the Gainesville
darkness
Chiefland and Mrs. Jerelene Dwight D. hands with commuters and get- broadcast monitored in Miami helped Publishing Company. (C) 144.

.Hyde, Evergreen, Ala.; a brother Eisenhower is still refusing to ting washed out by a thunder- said the five students arrived to do anything necessary to I Bryant said the element of make suggestions that should be; Is Reproduction strictly forbidden in !whole without or 'In pan the .

F. J. Studstill Tampa; and say anything, about his preference storm at a shopping center. Monday by plane from keep the peace and prevent vio danger was a major reason he made U changes are to be sug written permission of .the,,' publisher.

four grandchildren. for a candidate. rally. Prague. lence. Not only does the gover- :issued the ban. j gested." 1--1] ._. _




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" <&afnesuil1t iun OF a Bobby9 Views Cause Stir _



THESOUTH Ntw Vl1rk WtWl1 make-the choice of Its cand- vice. These led the reporterto other job that would fit the

: I idate for vice president.The the following published challenges that Kennedy sees
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.c.-. By ARTHUR KROCK
I cause was a report in"Newsweek" conclusions: is the ambassadorship to the
Jo- JOHN R. HARRISON. President and
I Publisher; PAT COWLES/ Vie Prest- WASHINGTONThe close of what was de- "Kennedy himself obviously Soviet Union. President Ken-

Florida's Beautiful dent, Ed JOHNSON Vic President attention which the Democratic scribed as "an informal talk" wants the job (of vice nedy once dicussed this job
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!\ I .*.. and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) political community is with Attorney General Robert president) but not without re- with his younger brother."

\I 1 I 'University',Ci Y'-' 1 c?! EBERSOLE Director Vic; BOB President TARTAGLIONE and Advertising By RALPH McGILL I giving to the preliminaries of F. Kennedy by Benjamin servations and not to the exclusions IT WAS instantly and wide-
Pulitzer Pris Winning P.kliher the national Bradlee the chief of' the of other jobs. If there
Vie President and Circulation MlnI.r.It !! Of Ui. Atlanta (Ga.) CeniUtmtiM Republican con- ly assumed that the materialfor
j vention of '1964 was sharply Washington bureau of the should be vacancies in the the article, and particularly -

t THE SUN'S POLICY SymbolOf diverted last week to a vital magazine. This included quotations Johnson cabinet, either as the quotations respectingthe

It 1 the decision which the subse- from Kennedy's spo- secretary of defense or secre- vice presidential nomination
1. Report the _news fully and Impartially In news columns. -
J 1)11) I .. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- ditorfals.j quent national gathering of ken thoughts about his quali- tary of state, Robert Kennedy reflected a deliberate
j 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. the Democratic party ,will. fications for future public ser would jump at either one. An- design by the attorney gen-
I .. ThePresident
i ii! 'I The ,Sun's. telephones: All Departments-372-8441 L, eral President to apply Johnson pressure to choose on

ll --. Want Ads-; 376-4672 . AGREE
a I i : .''. -. MOST POLITICIANS Kennedy as his runningmate.As .
such the publication was

(i\ Viet: Nam in the Campaign President WASHINGTON appeared, D.C.briefly: The at Goldwater Is Unstoppable. rence evaluated in his by syndicated David Law-column -

a committee meeting that had as "a rather indirect

)I A .Republican representatives hard facts first that the Viet on its agenda automation retraining way to announce receptiveness -
group "
.
to high office, and critically -
in the U. S. 1.ouse.accused. the Cong guerrillas are not completely and education: By RICHARD WILSON the latter was released from the nomination was his vic- summed by Doris

-1 Democratic 'administration of "per- dependent on the Hanoi governmentor again Looking the at him one of felt the Chief, CowlesWashington his White House post in 1956 tory in the California primary Fleeson, in her up syndicated

I the world Red and that the presence Bureau to fight the renomination of against a combinationof column follows
vasive softness" against China second real mystique of our nationallife Rockefeller and as :
Lodge
vice
WASHINGTON D. C.A Richard M. Nixon for
U' wide threat of communism. The supply lines are largely jungle that we have compressedinto week before the opening of president. An element of forces. It was not so much "Attorney General Ken-

group said "We are letting down trails which are extremely difficultto the cliche "The Amer- the Republican national con- doubt was introduced then, as that the outcome in California nedy evidently believes that

; our guard" and declared the administration cut or to expose by ,"defoliation". ican Way." Our semimysticalbelief vention the opinion is gen- it is' now, and Eisenhower as demonstrated national he and only he can retain fora

I was following a "why win?" is the continuity of our eral in the political community President never really clearedit popular sentiment for Gold- Democratic administrationthe
government. In any other that all efforts to head off up. Nixon, with superior water, as the fact that the 'striving for excellence'which
in South Viet Nam. Putting American forces in command
policy the assassination of attracted to
country a Goldwater have failed. strength, proceeded to win election pinned down the Cal. was gov-
of the operation as Congressman president or premier in the Virtually every political renomination for himself. Stas- ifornia delegation of 86 votes. ernment by his late brother,
Gerald R. Ford of Ford suggests would place the manner of the dreadful takingof Goldwater's not and that President Johnson
Representative leader in the Republican sen used against Nixon, as victory was
United States in the John F. Kennedy ,would Goldwater today forecast and therefore it therefore should choose him
Michigan, the chairman of the group, same positionas Party believes that Sen. Scranton does
have left it for considerabletime for vice
a now president.
said American forces "must take France when it was the colonial Goldwater will be chosen as polls purporting to show caught his national oppositionby
at least, frozen and the 1964 presidential nomineeon that the candidate he was surprise. They had probably The reference to "excellence" -
command the forces in Viet Nam" power fighting the Viet Cong. As paralyzed. Yet, within the
the first ballot. opposing would hurt the Re- depended too much on a was based on this
and not merely remain advisers. He Lodge has emphasized in his state- brief months that followed the The few who think that publican Party and cost it California defeat following a opening quotation of Kennedyin

said more :American troops shouldbe ments since his return the essential solemn deeply-felt dirge of Goldwater might be stopped votes in the election.Scranton's poor showing in Oregon and the article: "I'd like to

sent to Viet Nam and that the ingredient of victory is that the Viet tribute and farewell for a acknowledge that they are tenuous candidacy New Hampshire to sink the harness all the energy and effort -
glittering and great man, the grasping at straws and base received *two crushing Goldwater candidacy. But and incentive and imagi-
ought to be aimed at seal- Nam people themselves gain the will administration has
strategy passed a such expectations as they blows at a time when the more than this, many national nation that was attracted to
North to win. That cannot be done by imposing tax reduction bill and
civil
from
off South Viet Nam a President
ing government by
.
have merely on hope and the governor badly needed help.It Republican leader had simply
Viet Nam to prevent infiltration.This a Western rule over them. rights bill, both profoundly old adage that anything can was little noticed, but Sen. believed that whatever Gold- Kennedy. I don't want any of

Such an action would more likely controversial in separateareas happen in politics.Gov. John Williams of Deleware water's delegate strength, the that to die. It is importantthat

help the Viet Cong politically. of our national and William W. Scrantonof announced his support of Republican Party was too this striving for excel-
criticism of policy in Viet emotional life.Government. lence should continue that
Pennsylvania has failedto Goldwater thus influencingthe progressive to select so con- ,
Nam is directly in conflict with the is largely a reflection make any significant inroads delegates of a state which servative a candidate. there be an end to mediocrity.
Congressman Ford like Senator
views of Henry Cabot Lodge, who of the country and ,. on Goldwater's strength.In had previously been uncom- The torch really has passedto

resigned his post as ambassador to Goldwater fails to recognize the the people it serves. That be- the fact, during the three mitted. BUT WITH California, Tex- a new generation. Peopleare
significance of the side of ing true, this country must still for all that
looking
South Viet Nam in order to work political weeks the Pennsylvania governor The heaviest blow came as, Illinois all states con-
the war. He is missing the point in have a vast majority that is has been campaigning, from Sen. Dirksen, who, in taining big cities pinned idealism. It permeated young
for Gov. William Scranton in his accusing the U.S. government of not defeatist; that does not be- the trend has been the other spite of Goldwater's opposi- down for Goldwater, he was people all over the globe. AndI

campaign for the Republican nomi- lieve the republic is failing; way. Goldwater has gained tion to the civil rights bill and amassing the critical strengthhe became sort of a symbol,
softness and lack of will to win.
nation for president. Lodge believes a that has pride, faith and con- strength in Illinois, Ten- the test ban treaty which Dirk- needed to supplement his not just as an individual.
It is the Vietnamese fidence in its
who and
gains have been made by South Viet people present nessee and elsewhere, and sen had supported, gave his solid support in the south. He FOR MISS FLEESON to i
Nam recently in the struggle must gain the confidence in their future. Based on the evidenceof perhaps even in Gov. Scran- support to Goldwater for thus moved into a position appraise these words as "Not
these of
government and the determinationto two pieces legis- ton's home state of Penn- president and agreed to place where he could win the nom- flattering to the President"was
the Communist Viet Cong. lation and their
against resist the Viet Cong. Only they profoundly sylvania. his name in nomination at ination without New York, natural in the context. It
He sees no panacea for winning the meaningful application, the Many leaders agree with the convention. Pennsylvania, Michigan and was also a natural inference
can make it impossible for the
war through sealing off North Viet guerrillas American people are moving Sen Everett M. Dirksen that Ohio, where, however, he that the interview was an-
Nam. to live off the land. Only they along, distrubed by a numberof even the active participationof THIS WAS the act which does have an important mi- other of those deliberately
can make the work of the armed things, but confident that Gen. convinced
Dwight D. Eisen- so many politiciansthat nority of the delegates. fabricated and launched
forces effective.We we will move ahead; will find hower against Goldwater Goldwater was probably Consequently, if he is nom- "feelers" by which the publicis
In an interview with the New what to do about the growing would not be enough to pre- unstoppable. It was all the inated, control of the Repub- obliquely apprised of plans

York Times, Lodge said the Viet with cities the traffic, the Rus- vent his nomination. more unnerving to Scranton lican Party will have movedout and aspirations of politicians
Congressman Fordon
agree sians the Chinese and
Cong depends on its supply lines to THE IMPACT of Ambassador supporters because Dirksen of the hands of the east- through legitimate and infor-
He one thing-that the conduct of the caterwauling extremists, Henry Cabot Lodge's return has been enjoying such favorable ern interests which have dom- mative channels of the press.
extent. said
the north to a great the war in Viet Nam and U.S. aid right and left. Perhaps thereis from his post in Saigonhas comment as a progressive inated it most of the time Moreover, Bradlee's earned

"If you were to cut off all the help policy there should be discussed dur- naivete in such an atti not been very great. He minded Republican. during this century, into the repute is that of a responsible

from North Viet Nam the Viet Cong ing the political campaign.We tude. If so, this quality is an has found himself out of step Another sign of Gov. south and west. Some say that reporter who, in this instance,

north of Saigon would bevery: badly ingredient of the mystique.The with the existing leadershipof Scranton's lading campaignwas this is fully in accord with is also known to have been on

affected." But he added The: Viet American people believe the Republican Party on the relatively small num- the general movement west of terms of close intimacy with
hope, however that this de- there is an increasing pur- the war in Viet Nam. Whilehe ber of letters he received following industry and population.Sen. the late President Kennedy. ,
Cong sOUth of Saigon could attorney
a long, long time, because theycan not an indictment of "softnesson that the Great Age in still war should not be a political a paid political broadcast on is making no sharp issue on given six hours to the inter-

live off the country." communism" and a "no win" possible.SO issue, the Republicans who a national network. In the the Republican plat form. viewer.
WHILE the groups of are drafting the platform and first week following the broad- Some of his supporters say
policy. Such charges lead to equally Therefore these quotations,
the disenchanted and afraid
who set national party policyin case the number of letters that he will accept almost any
said he didn't think for a attributed to him on the sub-
Lodge irresponsible rebuttals and attemptsby -the Goldwaters, the Birchers -
Congress are assertingthat received was under 50,000, platform, although he has
minute that cutting the supply lines the administration the KKK types, and those ject of the vice presidential I
to prove how the conduct of the Viet which is large in itself but made adverse statements on
would end the Viet Cong intrusion.But violently anti-Communist it is. who would have some Ameri- Nam war will definitely be a does not represent an outpouring the 1960 platform. In New nomination, were taken as intended -
for President Johnson's
he said it was something to be cans enjoy the rights of citi- political issue.Ambassador. of national sentimentas Hampshire, Goldwater said: ; consideration -
and others not-take :
zenship Lodge's con- these things are measured. "We lost it and I don't
considered in connection with a lot The Republicans would be wise to counsel with their fears and on Actually I should think I'd
ferences with Gen. Eisenhow- Only one out of 700 Repub- want anything to do with it."
of other things.It listen carefully to what one of their prejudices, most Americanshold er have produced only ,con licans who will probably vote But this attitude apparently be the last man in the worldhe

outstanding experts in foreign affairs the faith and the ship of fusion, so far, and are remi- this fall was moved to writeto is not to be carried into the would want. Because my

sounds so simple to "seal off a man who has had experienceon state sails on. niscent of the similar relationship the governor. 1964 convention and the "mod- name wants is Kennedy because he
Johnson administration
North Viet Nam" and it appeals to the spot, has to say about Viet Things a little get worse.a little Not better'and too between Eisenhower Perhaps the most critical erates" are expected to get with a no Kennedys in it-,
and Harold E. Stassen, when event in Goldwater's drive for their way.
Americans as a' kind of action which Nam affairs, before going off half- long ago inflation was our because we travel different

would be effective. But this seem- cocked in their attacks on the ad curse. Gold was in flight to paths, because I suppose

ingly direct solution ignores two ministration. Europe. Today there is so THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT some businessmen would object
and because I'd
much inflation in Europe that cost
Italy is badly shaken. Her them a few votes in the southI

i Too Much for Castro's Sister government is uneasy and un don't think as many as
certain. France and the Netherlands Do Basic Issues Change? some say, but some.
Disillusionment must be very sire to improve their situation. also are worried. (And, replying to an inquiry -

great among many supporters of Fidel Their balance of payments '-" of the reasons why

Castro in Cuba when his sisteris Obviously her own frustrationsand situations are not good. By DAVID LAWRENCE which peoples actually enjoy United States which would not President Johnson still might
The entire European com- independence."Even hesitate to protect the individ- want him on the ticket) "Be-
moved to denounce his regime as her opportunity to weigh and WASHINGTON Do fun-
munity has internal strains in the United States ual against the loss of his liberties cause most of the major lead-
sharply as she did in Mexico City. judge the direction in which Castrois from external pressures. Onlyin damental issues, or the reac- the -fashioned liberties are now has given way to ers in the north want me -

traveling finally compelled her Germany is there surplusand tion of the public toward gone. A new doctrine has arisen a court which is hailed as have all of them, really. And that's

Juanita Castro Ruz charged her to break with her brothers. Thereare price stability. But even them, change very much overa in which the importance of ing surrendered to the gov- about" all I've got going for

two brothers, Fidel and Raul with undoubtedly many other Cuban the Germans now are feelingthe span of 25 years? A reader the state as superior to the individual ernment's commands thatis me. .
TIlE STIR these
effect of troubles in neigh- has been emphasized. the pressure from the executive published
Htraying the ideals of the revolution citizens who have been similarly disappointed boring countries, and must has just sent in a clipping The theory is that the people and legislative branches meditations created among

that brought them into power and frustrated. Not all of make policy adjustments in from the Washington "Eve- cannot be expected to live in of the federal government. the Democrats-and at the
Star" of 4 1939-
turning Cuba over to foreign Com- them may have had her opportunities their still powerful economy. only ning 60 days before July World mutual tolerance of each "Leadership of an outspoken White House was to have
PRODUCTIVITY, once the other's but must havea nature is the exception been expected. But, though
rights
munist control imprisoning 75,000 for weighing fact against fiction War II began. The clippingwas ,
amazing feature of the post- national rather than the rule in the Kennedy himself kept his silence -
citizens and arming rebels in other and propaganda however. Now that a dispatch by this writer police power exer-
of his intimates
war European boom that fascinated cised over them. In economic timid democracies of today. some ,
Latin American countries.Her she has made her dramatic decisionto all Americans who other which had also been printed the in matters, more and more the This is not altogether due to on condition of anonymity,

expose and oppose her brothers visited there, is slowing down. newspapers It read across follows: state has assumed authorityand the failure of statesmanship, did not. Strongly intimating
country. as
accusations are not new. They ,... it may be that others will be better Wages are going up. Economists jurisdiction so that the but to the greater interest they had discussed the arti
draw graphs which "One cannot help wonder- which the cle with its subject they offered -
can of
old sovereignties of the sev- masses people
have been recognized as the truth able to understand where Castro is
ing what our forefathers would
show that when an economy is eral states have been virtually seem to have in indulgencein this explanation:
by outside observers and the govern leading them. building from a low base to a say if they could comeback brushed aside. creature comforts rather The attorney ganeral was

ments of most Western Hemisphere high, the worker production to observe the way the "This trend has been justi- than in the sacrifices that thinking aloud, expressing al-

nations for some' time. The overthrow of an entrenched increases. But as wages anniversary of the Declarationof fied by its sponsors on the make peoples do what our ternating thoughts about his
is celebrated.
climb and demand eases, production Independence forefathers did 163 years future as they came to him
ago
dictator by unarmed citizens is almost per worker declines. Instead of a day for the revival ground that emergencies pre- today. in the course of a relaxed con-

It has been hopedthat; these facts an impossibility these days, Today the United States of American patriotismor vail throughout the world. "One by one, small nationsare versation with a friendly auditor -

would become known to enough citi- but a dictator's hold on his power stirs with an industrial: boom.A the rejuvenation of the spi- Precisely been made this by the argument dictators has in being robbed of their independence who "took no notes" as
tax cut. made at a moment rit of democracy, it is a day in the world whilstso it proceeded.
zens remaining in Cuba to bring over a people is never any stronger forcing people to accept their
when defense of indulgence. called Kennedy understood he was
spending was liberty loving nations -
that might than his the police and military drastic of regulationby
about massive rebellion grip on process
a shifting to the more specialized "From one end of the landto stand apart and treat the providing the substance for
put an end to the ,Castro regime. units on whom he depends for needs of space and the other the 'holiday has the state. dictators and the victims on a what news magazines des-

keeping himself in power.It missiles, triggered it. The life taken on the aspect of amuse- "A certain amount of regu- plane of equality in a metic- cribe as "a cover story." He

Castro's sister has been in a position of nations and individuals is ment, entertainment festivityand lation" to prevent fraud and ulous sort of neutrality."It did not specify that one med-
one of ups and downs. Usually recreation far away -honesty and manipulationjroperty has become fashonableto itation was off the record, and
to know the truth about'er may be premature to hope that in dishonest
the of waysj another authorized for
the charts even out, with a from original concept proclaim America as unin- was
brother's regime. Her earlier cooperation Juanita Castro Ruz can light the slight gain. vr1" JulyI meant to the always been conceded to terested in world affairs. Yet publication.His .

with 'him*'in hopes"oflm- fires of rebellion inside Cuba but Only a minority vocal and V States of America. a proper limitation on the if France had adopted such understanding was that

proving the country's education and her defection is. the most encourag- articulate, has brought the day in the not-far- license ,of the individual But an isolationist attitude in the the "ground rules" customarily -
:; :- '- declining fears of the extremists who t future, as world today regulation by govern days of the American Revolu- governing, such interviews
of 'for
identifies her ing jgn' support
hospital facilities as ment has for its object the
the tion and if aid had assured that remarks
say that Washington is our esweep across pagesof been with- any at-
a person having-deeprsympathnrith.-, ;Castro among his followers that has enemy; that we must aban- history, the celebration of regulation of businesses which held by Lafayette and the tributed to him within quota \.

the Cuban people and a strong de 'come to light so far.. don the United Nations; that days of independence and adhere to every standard of French fleet this might have tion marks would be submit-
we cannot give equal citizen freedom may be rare indeed.As legitimacy and honest conduct altered the destiny of the ted before publication. ] r}
-* ". ship to all Americans. the totalitarian states, which now are asked to American colonies as they Therefore the effect of the

POTOMAC FEVER : The tired President, after both communistic, and fascis- fit into an economic pattern strove to rid themselves of article, though unintentional i' .'

seven busy months in office, tic, gradually encroach on dictated by the state in the the yoke of a foreign dicta- on the part of its author, was j t.
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau is a symbol of the magnificent the democracies and take name of the public welfare. tor. It takes just a few dec- to "misrepresent" the trend

Private citizen H. C. Lodge says he's not going to make speeches but he'll doa mystique of America we away the liberties that sym- "Pressure groups easily produce ades to forget that liberty is of Kennedy's thinking by'portraying \j

lot of telephoning for Gov. Scranton--if he can find a phone that LBJ isn't believe in our form of government bolized the outbreak of the majorities in Congress a worldwide cause in which him as putting pres-
American revolution, there isolated nations, like isolated sure on the President towarda
We accept it with faith,
using at the moment. nowadays and the old time
leaving doubts about it to may come to the American individuals, may again find choice which he wholly

Sports promoters are losing k their grip. That East-West football game those who take counsel only. people the sensation of how check'on. Congress, a coura- !kthemselv- es in need of agrees is Johnson's absolute !!'

should have been played Julyflscal New Year's Day in the deficit bowl. of their fears. really limited is the area in geous Supreme Court of 'the friends." prerogative. .

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COLORED PUTTING PRESSURE ON? I U



I;: : <&afltt5uille Sun NEWSB. Bobby's Views Cause Stir \\1


t .,
F. CHILDS
Nw Vl1rk mimI's make-the choice of its cand- vice. These led the reporterto other job that would fit the
Colored News Editor idate for vice president.The the following published challenges that Kennedy sees 1

By ARTHUR KROCK cause was a report in conclusions: is the ambassadorship to the

1 JOHN Publisher R;, PAT HARRISON COWLES.PrMidtnt Viet Presi and! VACATION BIBLE WASHINGTON -The close "Newsweek" of what was described "Kennedy himself obviously Soviet Union. President Ken-

1. -' Florida's Beautiful ding Ed JOHNSON Viet President SCHOOL CLOSES attention which the Democratic as "an informal talk" wants the job (of vice nedy once dicussed this job
'and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill) political community is with Attorney General RobertF. president) but not without reservations with his younger brother."

'' :: 'University City EBERSOLE. Vice BOB President TARTAGLIONE sad Advertising ,- The Vacation Bible School giving to the preliminaries of Kennedy by Benjamin and not to the exclusions IT WAS instantly and wide-
t, Director closed at the Mt. Carmel
Friday -
J Vice President and Circulation Manager. the Republican national con- Bradlee, the chief of the of other jobs. If there ly assumed that the material'for
I Baptist Church. There were vention of 1964 was sharply Washington bureau of the should be vacancies in the the article, and particularly -
17 who confessed Christ
I THE SUN'S.POLICY persons diverted last week to a vital magazine. This included quo- Johnson cabinet, either as the quotations respectingthe
during the Bible Class. The Rev.T. .
' decision which the subse- tations from Kennedy's spo- secretary of defense or secre- vice presidential nomination -
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. A. Wright was superintendent.
national of ken thoughts about his qualifications tary of state, Robert Kennedy reflected deliberate
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in- ditorial$. The enrollment was 223 quent gathering a
J 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. and the average from 140 to 160. the Democratic party will for future public ser- would jump at either one. An- design by the attorney gen
eral to apply pressure on
I", : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 The largest average were juniors President Johnson to choose
from 60 to 65 each day.
Want Ads-376-4672 Kennedy as his runningmate.As .
t The teachers were as follows: MOST POLITICIANS AGREE
such the publication was
I't Beginners, Mrs. T B. McPherson -
evaluated David Law-
and Mrs. T. A. Wright, Assistant -' by
t Viet Nam in the Campaign Mrs. Ruth Kinsey and rence in his syndicated column
"a rather indirect
Goldwater Is Unstoppable as
Mrs. E. Ware: Primaries. Mrs.

) A group of Republican representatives hard facts first, that the Viet Dona Coward,-Mrs. Leona Haines I. A. way to to high announce office,"receptiveness and criti--

in the U. S. House accused the Cong guerrillas are not completely and Mrs. E. Mack; Juniors, summed by Doris
from the nomination his victory cally up
-
Miss Mildred Williams, Miss By RICHARD WILSON the latter was released was
Democratic administration of "per dependent on the Hanoi governmentor Carolyn Franklin and Mrs. Nellie Chief, CowlesWashington his White House post in 1956 in the California primary rieeson, in her syndicated

vasive softness" against the world Red China, and, second, that the Grant; Intermediates, Mrs. Bureau to fight the renomination of against a combinationof column, as follows:

wide threat of communism. The supply lines are largely jungle Virginia Hayes, Rev. Wright as- WASHINGTON, D. C.A Richard M. Nixon for vice Rockefeller and Lodge "Attorney General Ken

I group said, "We are letting down trails which are extremely difficultto sisted; art class, Mrs. Mable E. week before the opening of president. An element of forces. It was not so much nedy evidently believes that
introduced then that the outcome in Cali- he and only he can retain fora
the Republican national con- doubt was as
Harper Miss Lavon
; secretary,
administration "defoliation"
( our guard" and declared the cut or to expose by .
Wright,' assistant secretary, vention the opinion is gen- it is now, and Eisenhower as fornia demonstrated national Democratic administrationthe
IJ was following a "why win? Miss Sandra Williams; pianistand eral in the political community President never really clearedit popular sentiment for Gold- 'striving for excellence'

1 policy in South Viet Nam. Putting American forces in command Miss Luvern Porter. that all efforts to head off up. Nixon, with superior water, as the fact that the which was attracted to government -

of the operation, as Congressman Refreshments were served Goldwater have failed. strength, proceeded to win election pinned down the Cal- by his late brother,

Representative Gerald R. Ford of Ford suggests, would place the each day. The committee: Mrs. Virtually every political renomination fer himself. Stas- ifornia delegation of 86 votes. and that President Johnson
1 used Nixon, as Goldwater's victory was not therefore should choose him
Martha Franklin, chairman leader in the Republican sen against
J Michigan, the chairman of the group, United States in the same positionas Mrs. Annie McGee and Mrs; Party believes that Sen. Scranton does Goldwater today forecast and therefore it now for vice president."

said American forces "must take France when it was the colonial to show caught his national oppositionby "excel!
Catherine Taylor. Mrs. Christine Goldwater will be chosen as polls purporting The reference to
', command of the forces in Viet Nam" power fighting the Viet Cong. As Cato, chairman of the enlist- the 1964 presidential nomineeon that the candidate he was surprise. They had probably lence" was based on this

and not merely remain advisers. He Lodge has emphasized in his state- ment committee for the teachers. the first ballot. opposing would hurt the Re- depended too much on a opening quotation of Kennedyin

said American troops should ments since his return, the essential Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; The few who think that publican Party and cost it California defeat following a the article: "I'd like to
more Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, reporter. Goldwater might be stopped votes in the election. poor showing in Oregon and harness all the energy and effort -
that the
ingredient of victory is VietNam
.l be sent to Viet Nam and that the acknowledge that they are Scranton's tenuous eandida- New Hampshire to sink the and incentive and imagi-

1 strategy'ought to be aimed at sealing people themselves gain the will grasping at straws and base cy received two crushing Goldwater candidacy. But nation that was attracted to

1 off South Viet Nam from North to win. That cannot be done by imposing CONVALESCINGMr. such expectations as they blows at a time when the more than this, many national government by President

Viet Nam, to prevent infiltration.This a Western rule over them. I have merely on hope and the governor badly needed help.It Republican leader had simply Kennedy. I don't want any of
Such an action would more likely Times of N. W. 10th St., old adage that anything can was little noticed, but Sen. believed that whatever Gold- that to die. It is importantthat
who is now a patient in the John Williams of Deleware the
water's
help the Viet Cong politically. happen in politics. delegate strength, this striving for excel.
criticism of policy in Viet Veterans' Hospital at Lake Gov. William W. Scrantonof announced his support of Republican Party was too lence should continue, that

Nam is directly in conflict with the City was reported as improving. Pennsylvania has failed Goldwater thus influencingthe progressive to select so con- there be an end to mediocrity.The .

views of Henry Cabot Lodge, who Congressman Ford, like Senator to make any significant in- delegates of a state which servative a candidate. torch really has passedto
Goldwater, fails to recognize the Mrs. Alberta Tillman, who roads on Goldwater's strength.' had previously been uncom- a new generation. Peopleare
resigned his post as ambassador to significance of the political side of is ill, was reported as much In the fact, during the three mitted. BUT WITH California, Tex- still looking for all that

L South Viet Nam in order to work improved.Mrs. I weeks the Pennsylvania gov- The heaviest blow came as, Illinois all states containing idealism. It permeated young
the He is missing the in
I for Gov. AVilliam Scranton in his war. point Estella Knowles, who is ernor has been campaigning, from Sen. Dirksen, who, in big cities pinned people all over the globe. AndI

II campaign for the Republican nomi- accusing the U.S. government of ill, was reported as improvingat the' trend has been the other spite of Goldwater's opposi- down for Goldwater, he was became sort of a symbol,

nation for, president. Lodge believes softness and lack of a will to win. her home. way. Goldwater has gain- tion to the civil rights bill and' amassing the critical strengthhe not just as an individual."

It is the Vietnamese people who ed strength in Illinois, Ten the test ban treaty which Dirk needed to supplement his FOR MISS FLEESON to
gains hav,been made by South Viet
must gain the confidence in their NOTICE nessee and elsewhere, and sen had supported, gave his solid support in the south. He appraise these words as "Not
Nam recently in the struggle perhaps even in Gov. Scran- support to Goldwater for thus moved into a position flattering to the President"
government and the determinationto The Pallbearers'
against the Communist Viet Cong. Lodge No.. ton's home state of Penn president and agreed to place where he could win the nomination was natural in the context. It
resist the Viet Cong. Only theycan 54, pride of Gainesville, will
nomination at
He sees no panacea for winning the sylvania. his name in without New York. was also a natural inferencethat
l make it impossible for the guer- meet at the regular meeting Many leaders agree with the convention. Pennsylvania, Michigan and the interview
: was an
S. war through sealing off North Viet 9
place at 8
on Thursday July
Nam. rillas to live off the land. Only they Sen Everett M. Dirksen that Ohio, where, however, he other of those deliberately

can make the work of the armed pm.The dues and endowment are even the active participationof THIS WAS the act which does have an important minority fabricated and launched
Gen. Dwight D. Eisen- convinced so many politiciansthat of the delegates.
forces effective.We to be paid during the meeting. "feelers" by which the publicis
hower against Goldwater Goldwater was probably Consequently if he is
nom-
In an interview with the New Fred Alexander president Mrs. obliquely apprised of plans
; would not be It all the inated, control of the
enough to pre- unstoppable. was Repub- and of
aspirations
York Times Lodge said the Viet Ella politicians
agree with Congressman Fordon Drayton, reporter. vent his nomination.THE more unnerving to Scranton lican Party will have moved through legitimate and infor-

Cong depends on its supply lines to one thing-that the conduct of CHORAL LMPACT of Ambassador supporters because Dirksen out of the hands of the eastern mative channels of the press.

I the north to a great extent. He said, the war in Viet Nam and U.S. aid GROUP Henry Cabot Lodge's return has been enjoying such favorable interests which have dom- Moreover Bradlee's earned
off all the from his in comment as a inated it most of the time
"If you were to cut help policy there should be discussed dur- The Choral Group of Lodge 113 post Saigonhas pro- repute is that of a responsible
from North Viet Nam the Viet Cong will render its rehearsal todayat not been very great. He gressive minded Republican. during this century, into the reporter who, in this instance.
ing the political campaign.We 8 p.m. at the home of Char- has found himself out of step Another sign of Gov. south and west. Some say that
north of Saigon would be very badly is also known to have been on
with the Scranton's lagging campaignwas this is fully in accord with
lie Ross, of 704 SW 5th Terrace. existing leadershipof
I terms of close with
intimacy
affected. But he added, "The Viet hope, however, that this debate the Republican Party on the relatively small num- the general movement west of the late President

4 Cong south of Saigon could go on can be a responsible discussionand FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY the war in Viet Nam. Whilehe ber of letters he received following industry and population.Sen. And the attorney general Kennedy.had
has been that this his appeal for them on Goldwater
because
a long, long time, they can saying apparently
not an indictment of "softness Florida A & M University'sCoach given six hours to the inter-
live off the war should not be a political a paid political broadcast on is making no sharp issue on
country. on communism" and a "no win"policy. A. S..Gaither and Robertthe issue, the Republicans who a national network. In the the Republican plat form. viewer.

Such charges lead to equally ( World's Fastest Human) are drafting the platform and first week following the broad- Some of his supporters say Therefore these quotations

Lodge said he didn't think for a irresponsible rebuttals and attemptsby Hayes appear on an interview who set national party policyin case the number of letters that he will accept almost any attributed to him on the subject -

minute thatcutting' the supply lines the administration to prove how on WFSU-TV" program "Conser Congress are assertingthat received was under 50,000, platform, although he has of the vice presidential
would end the' Viet Cong intrusion.But vations. the conduct of the Viet which is large in itself but made adverse statements on nomination were taken as intended
violently anti-Communist it is.
Recently, FAMU's acting director Nam war will definitely be a does not represent an out- the 1960 platform. In New for President John.
he s Idiths, something to be of public relations, ,Mrs. political issue.Ambassador. pouring of national sentimentas Hampshire, Goldwater said: son's consideration:

considered 'in connection. ...with a lot The Republicans would be wise to Thelma T. Gorhan was heardon Lodge's con- these things are measured. "We lost on it and I don't "Actually, I should think I'd

of other things._.,. listen carefully to what one of their "Conversations" with Pat ferences with Gen. Eisenhower Only one out of. 700 Repub- want anything to do with it." be the last man in the world

...... outstanding experts in foreign affairs Hogan, director of public rela- have produced only con- licans who will probably Vote But this attitude apparently he would want. Because my
tions at Florida State Univer- fusion, so far, and are remi- this fall was moved to writeto is not to be carried into the name is Kennedy. because he
It sounds simple to "seal off a man who has had experienceon
so
sity. A recently initiated wants Johnson administration
pro- niscent of the similar rela- the governor. 1964 convention and the "mod a -
North Viet Nam" and it appeals to the spot, has to say about Viet gram, "Conversations: is gear tionship between Eisenhowerand Perhaps the most critical erates" are expected to get with no Kennedys in it,

Americans as a kind of action which Nam affairs, before going off halfcocked ed to promoting better understanding Harold E. Stassen. when event in Goldwater's drive for their way. because we travel difrerent

would be effective. But this seem- in their attacks on the ad- between Tallahassee's paths, because I suppose
ingly direct solution ignores two ministration. institutions of high'edu ation July 8, at 7 p.m. Mrs. Della La., ing presented by the young art. state raising the highest amountwas some businessmen would object -
and the community. mar,,president; Mrs. Edna G., ist in partial fulfillment of requirements North Carolina, representedby and because I'd cost
Hunter, vice president; M I s sThereha I for the B. A. degreein Samuel Johnson and Mrs. them a few votes in the southI

I I Too Much for Castro's Sister Florida A&M Continued M. Murray, reporter. art at FAMU. Annie Bell Davis; the n ext don't think as many as

Tanner, a fine arts major, will state was Ohio which reported some say, but some.

Disillusionment must be very sire to improve their situation. Registration for upper class exhibit works (most of them $67.30. Special thanks goes to (And, replying to an Inquiry .

great among many supporters of Fidel men, returning to Florida ,A &I PERSONALS created during the past two Willie Mae William of Spring of the reasons why
M University, will be held Hill, $27.36. Others who donated
in President
years) painting, sculptureand Johnson still might
Castro in Cuba when his sisteris Obviously her own frustrationsand Thursday and Friday. Sept. 3-4,,, Miss Mary H. Smith, of Tampa ceramics. He will have be- included Duncan Brothers, mor- want him on the ticket) "Be

moved to denounce his regime as her opportunity to weigh and according to Edwin M. Thorpe,,, is visiting in the University tween 15 and 20 paintings, six to ticians, $5: Rev. W. S. White, cause most of the major lead

sharply as she did in Mexico City. judge the direction in which Castrois director of admissions and rec City for two weeks. eight pieces of sculpture and $5 and presiding elder, M. M. ers in the north want me -
ords. Miss Hattie Wilson and Miss ceramic Lindsey. Those persons who all of them
traveling finally compelled her about 30 pieces. really. And that's
Juanita Castro Ruz charged her to break with her brothers. Thereare Freshmen and new studentswill Mary Acosta both of Miami, Paintings in the Senior Art have not made their reports are about all I've got going for
were guests of friends here yes asked to do at The total "
register Wednesday, Sept. Exhibit will include oils, acrylics so once. me.
two brothers, Fidel and Raul, with undoubtedly many other Cuban 2. He said Monday, Sept. 14, will terday. casein, mixed media, poly- raised for the states was TilE STIR those published

betraying the ideals of the revolu- citizens who have been similarly disappointed be the last day to register for Mrs. Helen Foster and son, mer and tempera. Some of the $835.00. Rev. E. D. ArnoH, pas meditations created among

tion that brought them into power, and frustrated. Not all of the first trimester and the last James, of Miami, were flown student artists sculpture will be tor; Mrs. H. C. Young, ter. the Democrats-and at the

turning Cuba over to foreign Com- them may have had her opportunities day to add courses.NEWBERRY here yesterday on a brief visit in the traditional manner and I White House was to have

munist control, imprisoning 75,000 for weighing fact against fiction and outing with relatives and there will be some abstract been expected. But, though
NEWS friends. pieces, presenting a cross-sec ObituariesMISS Kennedy himself kept his silence -
citizens and arming rebels in other and however. Now that
propaganda, William Andrews of Ocala
tion of sculptured works. There some of his intimates,
Latin American countries. she has made her dramatic decisionto Ailing in Medical Center passed through Ganesville yes- will also be some ceramic sculpture on condition of anonymity

expose and oppose her brothers, Floyd King of Newberry is terday en roue to Jacksonville.Miss included in the display. TIlE ORA ISSAC did not. Strongly intimating
Funeral services for Miss
ailing in the Medical Center. Esther Mills of St. Petersburg Bowls and molded pieces will The- they had discussed the article -
accusations not
Her are new. They it may be that others will be better ora Issac of 1315 N. E 3rd Ave.
Friends he will
hope that soon ,
passed through much of the work with its
have been recognized as the truth able to understand where Castro is be well again.CHOIRS' comprise will be held at the Mt. Carmel subject, they offered
Gainesville yesterday en routeto representative of the cerami- this explanation:
by outside observers and the govern- leading them. Jacksonville. cist's arLCHURCH Baptist Church Thursday at The attorney ganeral was

ments of most Western Hemisphere FESTIVALThe Mrs. Willie Mae Douglas and 2:30 Wright pjn.officiating.with Rev.Intermentwill T. A. thinking aloud, expressing alternating !-

nations for some time.It The overthrow of an entrenched Choirs' Festival meetingwill Miss Jane Williams, both of Miami ANNOUNCEMENTS follow in St. John's Cemetery thoughts about his
whose visit here for the I future as they came to himin
dictator by unarmed citizens is almost be held at the Shady Grove at Fairbanks. I
Primitive Baptist Church on past two weeks has been pleas- ML Pleasant Methodist I the course of a relaxed conversation -
has been hoped that these facts an impossibility these days, 'e There will be midweek Miss Issac was a 1961 gradu- with
Prayer I
aud-
July 12 at 3 p.m. Mrs. Mary De- ant, left yesterday for their ate of the New Lincoln High a friendly
would become known to enough citi- but a dictator's hold on his power Bose, president; Mrs. F. D. home. i Service today, 7:30 p.m. The School. I I itor who "took no notes" as

zens remaining in Cuba to bring over a people is never any stronger Shannon, reporter. Mrs. Claronelle Smith Grif-: Woman's Society of Christian Her immediate survivors include -!, it proceeded.

about a massive rebellion that might than his grip on the police and mili- : fin, teacher in the St. Peters- Service will meet Wednes- her parents, Mrs. Clara Kennedy understood he was
WILL CONDUCT; JOINT burgh Public School System is day, 7:3ft p.m. in the second unit providing the substance for
Issac and Theodore
Issac
end to the Castro regime. units whom he for city;
put an tary on depends SERVICEThe spending the summer with her of the church. Mrs. Elzora Gill, sisters, Alfreda Issac and Car- what news magazines describe -

keeping himself in power.It mother, Mrs. May Smith, and president. The Methodist Men olyn Issac city; Mrs. Essie Bell as "a cover story." He
Castro's sister has been in a posi- Hopewell Missionary Baptist other relatives and friends here. will meet Wednesday, 7:30 pjn. Williams, Brooklyn, N. Y. did not specify that one meditation

tion to know the truth about her may be premature to hope that Church with Rev. W. J. ,Mrs. Maggie Roberts and children -in the dining room. James Stew- brothers, Lanard Issac, city;; was off the record, and
Taylor pastor, will worship of art, president. Choir No. 2 will another was authorized for
all St. Petersburg are
brother's regime. Her earlier cooperation Juanita Castro Ruz can light the jointly at the Shady Grove Primitive spending sometime in ,Gaines- have its rehearsal Thursday, and Leonard Williams, city. Relatives I publication.His .
with him in hopes of improving fires of rebellion inside Cuba but Church 19. and friends are asked to
Baptist July ville with friends and,relatives. 7:30 pm. Edell Turner, presi- meet at the residence at 1:45 understanding was that
the country's education and her defection is the most encourag- The public is invited to at dent; Richard Parker, organist.The >.m. to form the procession to the "ground rules" customarily -

hospital facilities identifies her as ing sign of declining support for tend. Children's Choir wil rehearse -the church. Duncan Brothers, governing such interviews

a person having deep sympathy with Castro among his followers that has PRESENTED SENIOR ARTS Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. Morticians, are in charge. assured that any remarks at-
SPECIAL NOTICE The_Youth Choir will rehearse tributed to him within quota-
the Cuban people and a strong "de come to light so.far* _. The Petite Madanosille Club, EXHIBIT Wednesday, 6 pjn. The S. MarIan tion marks would be submitted -

:. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A Weeks Club will meet today, MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNSONMrs. before publication.
f will have its regular meeting today
; Florida A. & 1.1 University sen- 7:30 p.m. Please contact the Elizabeth Johnson, of Therefore, the effect of the
the home oi
at 8 at
POTOMAC FEVER '
Mrs. Willie pm B. Johnson of 1605S. ior, majoring in art James L. president for place. Mrs. Alte- 1602 S. E. 12th Ave., died in article, though unintentionalon
Tanner, and known,here son of mese Johnson, presidentMt. the Alachua General Hospital the part of its author was
By Jack Wilson Cowles Washington Bureau E. 13th Place.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tanner, Olive A.M. S. Servicesat Sunday. to "misrepresent" the trendof

Private citizen H. C. Lodge says he's not going to make speeches but he'll doa PLANS MEETINGAll 89 Margaret Street, Jacksonville last Sunday were very good. She was the mother of Mrs. Kennedy's thinking by portraying

lot of telephoning for Gov. Scranton-if he can find a phone that LBJ. isn't presented his Senor Art The speaker for the morning Bertha Thomas of Lincoln Es- him as putting pressure
using at the moment. members of the Pulpit exhibit recently in the Florida service was Frank G. Pinkstonof tates. on the President towarda

", -- Aid Club of the Mt. .Moriah A&M University Art Center.. Ocala. He talked on the subject Duncan Brothers, morticians, choice which he wholly

Sports promoters are losing their grip. That East-West football game Baptist Church are asked to The"public was invited to attend : "Looking for a City." The will announce funeral arrange' agrees is Johnson's absolute

should have ,been played-July. '1-fiscal New Year's Day in the deficit bowL meet at the church Wednesday, the exhibit which was be- State, rally was also good. The .ments later. | prerogative. -



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; Bon Voyage- Party Honors Couple l omen 0 f RflDTHE I Calendar J Of Events I,,,


TODAY, July 7 Gainesville Bridge Club,
". More than 75 friends of Dr. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
and UF Educational Dames 8
Mrs. Kikuo Tominaga were 'H(' THURSDAY, July 9
entertained Sunday afternoon 5 p.m., Mrs. Allen Hayes, 621
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No.
during a reception given in their NW 34th Terrace.WEDNESDAY 2, 8 p m., Odd Fellows
honor by Mr. and Mrs..Fletcher f ffflIL) Y July 8 Hall.
N. Baldwin Jr. and .Dean and
University of Florida Women's
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-Mrs. J. B. White at the Baldwin FRIDAY, July 10
\, home. Club and Newcomers Gainesville Bridge Club, 9

Ruth Weimer . . . Women's Editor Summer Bridge Group, 8 a.m., Holiday Inn.
The Tominagas will leave to- p. m., Clubhouse, West New-
morrow after spending iwo w,, ,h. a5 ai .vor berry Road.University.

.years in Gainesville while Dr. 5 City. Bridge ChurchCircles I

Tominaga was doing post doc- ABOUT PEOPLEMr. Club, 7:30 p. m., 107 NW 15th

toral research at the J. Hillis Terrace.St. .

Miller Health Center. Michael's S
I and Mrs. Hayes Mc- Captain Whitener will join Episcop '
Guests were greeted at the Clelland are in Los Angeles at- his family here hi August. Church, covered dish supper' -

I J '-door by Dean and ,.Mrs.. White ; F kFS tending the Kiwanis Interna- Mrs. Whitener is the former vicar 6:30, William pan., honoring Armstrong new

Miss Penny Guerry of this
where the
convention
tional ,
The hosts presented a corsageof Stringer, and Mrs. Stringer, TODAY, July 7Gethsemane
white carnations,to'the hon-- former is delegate from the city. 2180 Millhopper Road. L u the r an

oree.i + University City Kiwanis Club. Church Women, 8 Mrs.
f : yb: % :0 J as +!l nt This 49th annual session is be- Mr. and Mrs. L. Calvert Chapter AF, P. E. 0., 9:30 Wilma Siebert, 732 p.m.NE 3rd

s Pouring punch were Mrs. ing held in the Sports Arena. Pepper and their daughter, a.m., Mrs. F. B. Smith 213 Avenue.

S. Y. Lu and Mrs. ShiegeruGoto Entertainment for the dele- Miss Nancy, arrived Sunday NW 20th Terrace.

international faculty gates and their families include from Waynesville, N. C. UF Arts and Sciences First Baptist Church Circles: ,
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wives. J trips to Disneyland, to spend several days at their Dames, Pot Luck 3 p.m., Alice Brasington,
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: Suppes,
.J Mrs. H. C. Pritchett 514 NW
x v 11 Grauman's Chinese Theater, home here.Mr. Pepper has returned 6:30 ,' University Wom- I
p.m.
The serving table was r
: ap 19th Lane. ;
the Dod- to North Carolina and
in and brown. aFl and a ball game at en's Clubhouse, West New-
:pointed gold and lanterns Fl 'Fr gers' Park with Kiwanian Mrs. Pepper and Nancy will berry Road.Denim. 6:30 pjn., Gaventa and Julian -
paintings 6"
.= Japanese 4 Walt Alston, manager, receiving leave later in the week. Bridges Circle, Mission
used in decoration of
were special honors. -* Study, Covered Dish Supper,
the Baldwin home. A 'I
Japanese ,, have visited SkirtThe Miss Janie Lee 924 NW J
McClellands Tyson,
doll was placed on the chest in "" .'-I..,:.:..-S "1' _"MI-JIiX'4/f, .1I..H.- _'.__'_ n -_*'* ,..... The The Fred Borlands are en '
I Dr. and Mrs. John Greiner route north to spend several 13th Avenue.
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entryway and a Japanese (UF News Bureau Photo) of Tustin, Calif., who for- weeks with friends and relatives Tom-boyish denim floor 8 p.m., Mrs. Tom Tomlinson /
:'crib-music box, playing as it Mrs. J. B. White Mrs. Kikuo Mrs. Fletcher N. Baldwin and
Tominaga, Jr. merly lived in Gainesville. Dr. Michigan and Ontario length skirt has suspenders.The 3505 NW 8th Avenue;
1 :swung in five foot circles from Dr. Tominaga sip a pre-party cup of punch before reception hours. !
Griner was a member of the Canada. wide-open necked shirt Margaret Gross, Mrs. J. H.

'J ;family the chandelier room.. decorated theI :Corbin Carnell and Shigeki Sako, where Dr. Tominaga is a member New York City to attend the mathematics department of While they are away, Mr. worn underneath is a ban Tidwell, Mrs. W. Matthews, ]

Among the guests attending son of Dr. and Mrs. Yoshiharu of the faculty at Kyushc World's Fair together.As the University of Florida. and Mrs. Joaquin Guobaudand dana print. 422 NW 15th Avenue
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,Sako of Japan and Fletcher III they cross the Western their daughter, Miss --- -- -- --- -
classmates of the honoree
I\, were who attended the American I and Leland Baldwin, children of University, the couple will go tc Plains by car, they plan a ma- Mrs. James A. Whitenerand Yvonne of Guatamala City,

Home Class of the Gainesville the Baldwins. Buffalo to see Niagara, Falls. jor stop in Denver. They will sons Jimmy, Wayne, and are staying in their home. Mr. GUESS WHATt I
Lee of Las Vegas Nev. work in
John Guobaud is taking
Council for International Rela To Visit Niagara They will be joined there bj 1y from the West Coast stopping ; _
r arrived Sunday to visit Mr* the College of Agriculture at
lions; members of the ..Gaines'grille Before returning to Japan, Japanese friends and will go tc i in Hawaii en route home. Whitener's aunt, Mrs. C. L. the University of Florida this I

Woman's Club, where she Kite. summer.Prenuptial WE
eras a guest member this year,
end members of the International -
I I Relations Group of the Cavalieres Mount HorsesBy

a University! women's Club ofI' Events MOVED
which she was a member. !
ROBERT DALEY the hairnet as well whenevershe Maisons Laffitte, the women
I'] Children Attend
2fon flrrrk dim a is winning a race. She .is were given one race of a regu-
:N to
Young guests attending
i1 goodby to Atusi Tominag say, PARIS, July 6-In France, Beatrice Hardion, the daughterof lar seven event program. And Honor Jean Thrasher . yes we have moved out of our old location
I} of Dr. and women who ride in horse races the French ambassador to at Cagnes on the Riviera on into a brand new home to serve you better. We
:Daughter MrsTpmin- are not called jockeys, they are Turkey. ,March 5, 1961 pari-mutuel bet- now carry a large choice of all the gardening

aga who was born here last De- called cavalieres. They are not When Beatrice is winning,, ting was allowed. Miss Jean Thrasher, who will Thrasher with a silver bread supplies and equipment to help you have a better
j cember, were: allowed to wear any makeup, her long, blond hair floats out I The top rider is Micheline garden, lawn and crop. Be sure to visit us soon.
Anita Shah of Mr. become the bride of Otis Wayne tray.A
daughter
although most put on just a behind her. It is quite a lovely Leurson, daughter of a for-
and Mrs. N. S. Shah of India; hint of lipstick. No official has sight, but against the rules. Of- mer jockey who is now a Rickman Sunday afternoon at 4 luncheon was given by Mrs.

Karen Heyes, daughter of Dr. yet had the heart to order themto ficials remonstrate with her, trainer. She was won 29 races o'clock at the First Baptist Mrs.Travis Loften Harrison, Mrs. Jay and Rice Mrs., The Kilgore Seed Company
and Mrs. James Heyes of Lon- though not with much deter- out of about 100 mounts. Grady
rub it off. honored at
Church has been
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don; Saiko Goto, daughter of Dr. Their hair must be securely mination.She Since the start there have Zack Savage at the Holiday Inn. Division of Asgrow Seed Company
and Mrs. Shigeru Goto of been about 100 for several pre nuptial parties. The honoree was presentedwith
flattened down by a hair net, smiles prettily. "An accident races cava-
Japan; Florida Tangerine Elat- lieres in France. They have F. Robertson and a silver gift. NOW AT
'I and of course they must wear she explains. "My cap, Mrs. George
tar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. been held in Lyons, Marseillesand Mrs. Ernest Burch, Mrs. J.
Schif-
caps and helmets. But at least helmet and hair net all flew off daughters, Mrs. Richard I
i Ahmed Elattar of Egypt; Peter one of them manages to shed'in the excitement and speed of smaller places, but never fli and Mrs. S. E. Ritch Jr., entertained Malcolm Alday and Mrs. Rob- 1315 N.W. 16th AVE. 6-6489

Carnell, son of Dr. and Mr?. the cap, helmet and, somehow,I'the race." in Paris. at a luncheon given at:ert Moore entertained with a
Most nf the Lavalieres are Inn. luncheon at the Holiday Inn.
the Holiday
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pretty: chic, elegant and un, 'They presented Miss Thrasher
J 'I The girls are organized into a married. The hostesses presented Miss with a silver serving tray. Easy Way to Kill i Roaches and Ants
kind of a union called the Cercle
Miss Thrasher also was fetedat
t Des Amazones, but they are not nil -
a luncheon given by Mrs.
professional riders and do
they i Ralph Leighty at the Holiday ,:
I ; not get paid. They ride in nor .
Inn. A gift of china was presented -
mal races on normal programsat

( only normal race against tracks but each they other.can % aMw fXrL 1 to the honoree. 1I

: i When they win, they accept a xr5 I

present from the owner of the
t kapNy ,
horse, and some of them ride BY Brides1Book } :
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around in sports cars obtainedthis \ o r

:!, way. I \\ (JOSEPHINE '. .. .
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'J In Switzerland, Italy, Ger- ;
many, Belgium and else- ... .
\I where, women riders are allowed ) tLoWiLIAN i :.x to flv
to race against men. .WEDNESDAY, July 8
But horse racing is not near- i lI mHlmwuJlIEIIIlDllllII! U IIIiIIIIIIIII. Shower c o m p 1 imenting .

:I'I ly as big, as rich or as ser- Miss Sandy Buckler, bride -' s
ious in those countries as it is Luckily We Don't Have elect of Jim Huguley, Miss Brush on Once. . Last for Months
in France. Carol Moore and Miss Sharon JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston

In 1960 Mrs. Charles Du Goeller, 6 p. m., 3422 NW 13th No-Roach in cabinets to control cockroaches, on sills to
I Breil organized _the Cercle Des To Remember To Breathe Avenue. stop ants. Colorless, odorless coating stays effective for
I Amazones and begun to plead -- months.No need (o move dishes. Harmless to pets.
with the governing body of It would be impossible for us and refreshig. It is an impor- THURSDAY, July 9 Remember: No-Roach means no roaches.

i French horse racing for the to remember to carry on the tant part of yoga. Shower complimenting Miss
Francisco fiancee of
right to ride in regular races. complex body processes whichgo We would all probably feel Kaye WINN
James S. Thames II 8 DIXIE
The girls were so fervent and, smoothly without any thoughton i much better if we indulged in p.m., AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES I
Mrs. Bruce and
for the most part, so young and our part. The -so-simple a couple of short deepbreath- Mrs. Michael Fratella.Courtney

pretty, that a race for women i process of breathing is an ex ing sessions during each day

1I I ([called the Prix Des Amazones, !ample.We 'or at least one before goingto FRIDAY, July 10 MR. 4 %
naturally) was finally organized -I breathe in and we breatheout sleep at night.It Bridesmaids luncheon com-

at a provincial track. No day after 'day and night Stretches Too plimenting Miss Jean Thrasher -

betting was allowed and mar- after night, without even realizing Try this one. It is good and bride-elect of Wayne Rick

ried women could ride only up- that we do so, from the stretchy too. man of Orlando, Mrs. Chris-

on presentation of a letter of moment we greet the world witha Stand tall with your toes tine Colson of Leesburg, Hol-

I permission from their hus- cry until the day we die. pointing forward and arms at iday Inn.SATURDAY. How con you be

bands.At The respiratory system con- sides. Bring your arms side- July 11 satisfied with Ices
I
last on Oct. 14, 1960 at sists of two lungs and the air ward upward as you rise .on Rehearsal dinner honor-

Koddk passages leading to, them. The your toes and breathe in deeply ing Miss Jean Thrasher and than 4t/i % dividend?

ROBERT GOULET filled with countlessair through your nose. Slowly
lungs are their son, Wayne Rickman of
lower sideward Sec . .. G.M.B.L.'SSS4 .
your arms -
sacks. The total surface area Orlando, 7 p.m., Mr. and
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\!: .'. .: '. TOMORROW NIGHT r t Funeral f I Japan Paid Out \


I SEE by ; 855.5 MillionTOKYO 1 1

Fiery Show Scheduled i (AP) Japan paid I

i Industry I,oat, $55.5 million in World War I
..,. II: reparations in fiscal 1963,
: the SUN the total
far
i bringing paid so
A "Magic of Fire" demonstration ity of accidental fires in the . .
I Committee includes Tom Adams Gainesville Utilities Commission i to $447 million, the Foreign
will be presented by Chester home in industry, and on farms. chairman; Howard Adams Alachua County School TestifiesWASHINGTON II II Ministry announced today. I
G. Wedell safety expert for Wedell Bureau of Mines Bill Faulk and J. Emory from
i the I says ; ; Board safety engineers POLICE, FIRE REPORT frame dwelling at '1621 NW 45th Japan has agreed to pay a I
Bureau of Mines of the I engineers believe most fires Cross, Jr. insurance companies and industry total of almost one billion dol-! j'

United States Department of I and explosions occur because Among those who have been science teachers, Janitors (AP-A Senate Accident Roundup Ave.At lars in reparations and economic ;,
the Interior tomorrow at 8 !people do not understand: the specially invited to the lecture-1 of the City of Gainesville and subcommittee opened bear' Involved in accidents reportedby 12:48 a.m...today frame assistance to Burma, Cam-

p.m. at the GHS auditorium. It '.characteristics of potentially demonstration are personnel of area hospitals; news media; architects -ings today into the "high cost I the Gainesville Police De-+. dwelling. at -2303. SE\:%rid..Ave. bodia, Indonesia. Laos the Phil. :

Is being sponsored by the dangerous materials. area fire departments, police and builders; and lo- of dying" and heard witnesses' partment and the Alachua County -, :":At, 12:59: a.in; 4odayf "false ippines'and South Viet Nam for )

Gainesville Association of Insurance Gainesville Fire Prevention I and sheriffs departments,; cal state representatives. !from the funeral industry tell I Sheriffs Office in the past alarm;at NE:.8th A<:e.7and',17th damage they suffered as a result -

Agents. of abuses in prices and selling, 24 hours were: T St -. , "' I of Japanese military actions. -

leading Wedell, one of the nation's and unveil a proposal for cor- Cecil P. Carter Ocala, about At, 6:33 ajn..today, mattress: _.

a experts on fire protection ' recting them. one mile east of Melrose :-jm in apartment at.:.734 E.<.Univ.

I with and his speech safety actual will demon-include Ted Nurse 'At Odds9NORTHAMPTON Wilbur M. Krieger'managing SR 26 yesterday about 9t45. Ave. .", :. Helps You Overcome '

Itrations of fires, their causes director of the National Selected At 7:5ra.m., today an.overheated FALSE TEETH
ind fire protection. The program ' Morticians, Evanston HI.. ajn.Mary E. Jordan, 827:SB 2nd transformer in the, Di
is open to the public. Mass. (AP) 'I not a chance in the world-and Mrs. Madden added: "I'm not told the Senate subcommitteethat Ave., and Donald R.: Lewis ana Shop in the Gain e s v U) 1 e Looseness and WorryNo

I( "The Magic of Fire" lecturedesigned -Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- 'I've'told' him so," Mrs.Madden, even a Catholic.. I'm really a his trade association had 430 SE 6th Ter., at .NW 16th j Shopping Center at 1024 N:Main longer be annoyed or feel lll- tease -
Mass., is at odds with said. because of 1ao5e.obbJy fait
political ,
in this St.
show how \ minority room. Ave. and 13th St at : teeth.t'A5TEETH.an imprm
p to to use I suggested 27 rules to the Federal 6:4S.p.m. alkaline -
his private Mrs. Madden said Kennedy (non-arid t powder,
nurse. I sprinkled
on
lnd handle flamable or explo- Mrs. Madden is a private duty Trade Commission "for the!yesterday. At 8':16. ajn. today, frame your plates bold them firmer so they
The daytime nurse for the had even enlisted the help of; home in the 3100 block of feel more comfortable.Aroid embarrassment -
live materials.A nurse who has worked the 7 elimination of abuses in the I Harold M. Martin "Jr1940; SW caused by loose plates Get
Democratic senator at Cooley Richard Cardinal in his
stick of wood, kerosene, a I Dickinson Hospital is a staunch I campa Cushing I Ii ajn. to 3 pin shift in Kennedy's funeral field." I I E. Univ. Ave.:, and Sonny_ S.Smith .' 19th Ave. FASTEETH. at- any--drug---counter.- -
i lolvent and ordinary cardboard room since he was -- -- --
Rt. 2, in the 1500 block ,
Republican who she has i
She said "When Cardinal
says no : He said some of the criticismsand
are among the items Wedell brought in with a broken back I of E. Univ. Ave. at 3:29 I
ises to show that the substance I intention of joining her patient's :Cushing came to visit at the suffered in a plane crash last charges against the funeral' yesterday. : pjn. ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
political camp. :hospital Senator Kennedy joke he noted had
self if not combustible b June 19.Mrs. industry-which
that
u Esther Madden is a memberof told him be Alfred D. Smith Alachua,
ingly was being triggered such headlines as FLORIDA
it when is vapors produced by! the Republican town committee cared for by a Republicannurse. Madden said Kennedy is "Death Cost Too High" and Sonas M. Goodbread Haw- Swimming Pool! 1 i
heat is that
Jiem applied in her hometown of Am- "a wonderful patient even if he "The Undertakers' Racket"are thorne, David B, Smith, Jr.,
)urn or explode. I herst. "The cardinal with equal wit, does belong to the otber po- justified. 716 E. Univ. Ave., and Freddie '
After explaining the nature "Sen. Kennedy has been try suggested that I say the Rosaryas litical party." Lee Marshall, 1750 NE 8th I by Rivers Construction Co.

.if fire Wedell produces blazes I ing to make a Democrat out of my penance for being a Republican A spokesman for Kennedysaid "But" he added in his statement Ave., at NW 8th Ave., and 4th

IT explosions of various kinds'; me ever since he discovered I in the room of such a : "Non' politically Mrs. "there are many criti- St. at 12:25 p.m. yesterday. I A QUALITY POOL Backed by a

and then demonstrates safety' am a Republican, but there is prominent Democrat. Madden is a wonderful nurse." cisms which are based only on Faye T. Barton, 1133 SW 25th FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
arac ces. His purpose is to reluce isolated instances of abuse and
Place, and Pearl T. Hall Rt. 2,
to a minimum the possibil- misrepresentations of fact."
in the first block of NE 1st 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40

He said it is a fringe minority St. at 9:35 a.m. yesterday. Priced at $3.000 to $3b'00

Sen. Cross Fears for "which preys on the elderly and Wallace L. Ammons Columbus NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH
Integrityof the bereaved" and damages the Ga., and Edwynn A. Howard -

I ix3 ; reputations of other funeral di 1626 NW 10th Ter., at NW EACH POOL YOU CET
rectors. 6th St. and 16th Ave. at 8 a.m. Filter Skimmer Pool Brush Board
System Diving
Legislature under New Ruling
The rules that the trade association yesterday. Fire Calls Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
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has proposed he said, Leaf Net

State Sen. J: Emory (Red) of the two house legislature. He envisioned districts which, 'would strike at such sales. At 10:06: a.m. yesterday, CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION

Cross he fears for the in- "One house will make it just in some cases would include as I pitches as these:
: says five six counties. I "Stating that the law requiresa Earl C. May RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
I tegrity of the state legislature that much easier for special in- many as or deceased to be embalmed I

if it is reapportioned on the bas- terests to control, because there He said good men would 'when such is not the fact. RepresentingThe i 1909 EAST 5th STREET
is of strict in line
population will be fewer people involved," hesitate to spend the money i "Stating that the law requiresthe Equitable'LifeAssurance DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA,
with the recent U. S. Society ;
Supreme needed to run in such conditions use of a burial vault when I 622-7048 FLA.
,
0br hake"t. he said.
Court decision. FR 2-3576
: < when the legislative is only such is I
pay not the fact.
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Cross said court's decision
the
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"If districts are created, andI $100 per month.A
probably will lead to crea-
don't what else be
see can more realistic figure would
tion of legislative districts A
f much like congressional dis done, it will be hard to attract be $25,000, Cross said. Con I 4 days only. R .

# . tricts. good men. The present pay of gressmen are paid $30,000.

SEN. J. EMORY CROSS He said the decision also $100 per month will have to be "The legislature should also knIwtJ
I, sessions. The work I B to 11
. .fears 'special interests' seems to destroy the advantages raised. Otherwise the only men go to annual duly
"
who will run will be those who load is too great, he conclud- ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
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I ion today in Duval Medica' warrant charging him YORK N.Y. (Special-) This preparation can be completed -
enter after she was shot by the with non support and desert- Recent Government reports show as quickly as your spare
rife of her male companion. ion. Patterson said Cobb had that persons without a High time permits. Issued when
School Diploma earn $25-$50 less I The State diploma ,
Thelma English, 65, was in called his wife earlier yesterday per week than High School Grad- .you pass the High School k 4y dtee.
and told her he wanted to,uates. A High School Diplomahas :lency Exams receives Equiva-I i
he hospital recovery room, aftr actually been estimated to be acceptance in busniess
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shot Mrs. Rose Cobb 41
vas by Diploma. This diploma is beingmade already bettered themselves by
tie mother of seven children. available to the 62,000.000 getting a high school education.An .
Patterson said Mrs. Cobb shot:' DO YOU MISS adults who never finished High informative Home Study
Whispered Confidences? School. School Booklet is being offered
tt Mrs. English and her estranged This could be due to a hearing loss The Board of Regents of t eState free of charge to serious minded
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Cobb: Sr., 41, as they approached GAINESVILLE lithe National School of Home Diploma. Requests should be
This school National School of!
Study. now offers a mailed to the
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Gainesville Sun Tuesday, July 7, 1964Pressure


. : i. Politics Won't Wi It Scott ,

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'* Nf m lark QltmpB dent Richard M. Nixon.But an uphill fight on his hands ton.As not-so-greats" in every bit o II

,"The pressure-cooker politicsof the Scranton campaignwill ,. sa this time. Three weeks ago,, a liberal, Sen. Scott hasa spare I real estate in. Washington.I Vacation
a presidential campaign is give the pipe-smoking: Phil- when Gov. Scranton called him reputation for bipartisanshipof "We must be on our guard," '
I not likely to wilt Sen. Hugh adelphian a new experience. to Indiantown Gap from Wash- a highly partisan sort. After he said, "lest the nation's capi- anywhere
Doggett Scott Jr., :who' .was,Never before Has he lent his ington to, ask his advice on the Cuban missile crisis in the tal come to resemble an unplanned -
named by his fellow Pennsylvanian -' political sagacity to a candidate running, the senator replied, fall of 1962, he joined Sen. cemetery." under
who is; give ,slim chanceof biblically, "he that would_ save Goldwater in
Gov. WUliam/W.,Scranton as ,a yy'" ' his life must lose it." He and his wife, the former
.
Scranton. administration
'winning Gov. Kennedy for
as floor manager:" f- the, as the
Marian collect orientalart. sunGet
Chase
Scranton forces '-' ,:- :-*' Hugh Scott was born in Fred- not taking a sterner line. ,
They have one daughter,
'at the Republi'TfATV IN ,3NEW5'In : yx ericksburg, Va.,,nearly 64 years
c zt The senator has also shown Mrs. Marian Scott Concannon.Sen. .
can national from Ran-
He
ago. graduated :.limself to be a man of esthetic Scott is given to un-
convention. w4c dolph-Macon College and took an HFC Traveloan The relaxing rewarding
'sensibilities. At one point he burdening himself in magazine
In he served, jhe! Sen.- Scott's mind, it Is a his law at the University with HFC
1948, as degree -' enlisted in a campaign to have articles as well as in speecheson vacation you need Is yours for the taking an
Party's national chairman; in question of survival his own of Virginia before going the rose declared the national the floor of the Senate. His Traveloan. Household will provide money to cover
the campaign of Toomas"E.Dewey and 'his ,,party's . t north.to become a Philadelphia I and equipment
flower. journalistic efforts usually mesh every cost:transportation, lodging clothing
which became the As a candidate for re-election, lawyer.In .
par 'I Another time, he decried the with his political tasks. The -even a cash reserve for meeting unexpected
adigm of the sure thing that running on_a,liberal record, the
1940 he was elected'to Con wholesale planting of monu-,most recent, for instance, was Vacation without money worry and repay
expenses.
was lost. In 1952 he was more senator is known to fear his
He has been there ments for "the immortals, the called: "they can't ,cover
'' gress. ever I up when return. Borrow confidently at
kind of field demise 'ticket conveniently you
lucky, serving as a political on a
"
since, having moved from the greats, the near-greats, and the ,for Bobby Baker.
lieutenant for general of the headed by the Conservative Sen. ..,.....-...: House to the Senate in 1958 in, HFC-Household Finance.
Army Dwight D. Eisenhower.And Barry Goldwater. He has said
SEN. SCOTT an upset victory over George Borrow up to $600. Take up to 24 months to repay r
that the
in the last campaign, in same fate could befall
M. Leader, then the
1960, he was described as a 30 other Republicans now in nominated. governor. Ask about credit hf.insurance on loans at group ratesHOUSEHOLD
I Sen. Scott's
victory was -
trouble shooter for Vice. Presi- Congress if the Arizonan is Sen. Scott knows that he has especially s f
I impressive because 1958
>> FINANC
was a Democratic year.

Ike Neutral In 1962, Sen. Scott considered MOVES MERCHANDISE -- .

Remaining change in course in the form I 107 W. University Ave, 2nd Floor

of f a race for the governorship.He PHONE: FRanldin 6-4524 ,\
even to the of (
got point
: HFC HFC fiFC HFC: HFC HFO HFC
:announcing his candidacy, onlyto : :
At GOP Convention?
withdraw in favor of Scran-

I
Nrw tfark wiwr1J was "Surprised the American Scranton's remark at this t

By CHARLES MOHR people would question I
whom he is for." time.With
Goldwater picking
WASHINGTON A source up
close to Sen. Barry Goldwater An Eisenhower aide at ,' new strength, it was thoughtby
said yesterday that for- Gettysburg, Pa., said there j' some observers that the
mer President Dwight D. Ei- would be no comment onDWIGHT only hope his opponents had

senhower had twice given the was for intervention by Gen-
.
I AS
Arizonan assurances that he eral Eisenhower."I .
would remain neutral at the can't believe that the

Republican National Conven- General will not stay neu- :
tral," said the source close to S
tion.Meantime *
Goldw ate r's i4 the senator. "He has told
floor manager, Sen. Carl Cur- ": Barry twice that he would -
I
tis of Nebraska, said: "I y x; M& stay neutral."
don't think General Eisen-
Eisenhower has told some
hower would try to get dele- ; S .elckap confidents that he sees his

gates to reverse a solemn g' ,. .. f NA role as a peace-maker after
promise made to their con- : the convention who can "pickup 1
stituents." the pieces."

In carefully guarded langu- : .. However, there is no doubt
age Henry Cabot Lodge, a .r that Eisenhower is friendly Tomorrow
supporter of Gov. William W. with Scranton, whom he helped Only
Scranton for the
presidential persuade to run for gov-
,nomination, has hinted that ernor. Their closeness was
General Eisenhower may sup- confirmed by the announce-
port the Pennsylvania Gov- m.mm ment that the general's
ernor at San Francisco. EISENHOWER brother, Dr. Milton Eisen-

Sunday Scranton said of . "Peacemaker" hower, will nominate Scran-
General Eisenhower that he ton at the convention.
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(AP) Sen. tions, 257 by instructions, 62 by I The Goldwater campaign BONUS: .
Barry Goldwater's campaign director personal pledges and 273 by per- 'chairman said he ,sees little w', _
said today he doesn't sonal preference without pledge. likelihood now of a major bat- COUPONS!

think Pennsylvania Gov. Wil- Kitchel stopped short of claim- tle over the GOP platform being
liam W. Scranton is "makingany ing Goldwater has won his race hammered out by the convention -
progress in chipping away to head the GOP ticket, saying I resolutions committee.On CLIP THIS COUPON 22 ,
delegates" from the Arizonan's only that he is optimistic. one reported Scranton de 771
column. mand-that the platform de- Vi JonMouth S
Denison Kitchel, general director "We've got a cushion rig clare the Civil Rights Act con- Wpsh
of the Goldwater cam- now of maybe about 75 dele- stitutional-Kitchel said the
for the gates," Kitchel said in an in-
paign Republican presi- Goldwater forces are ready to c
terview.It
dential nomination, said his do battle. '
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Press. survey. when the San Francisco conven- cisco Thursday and will addressthe Miami Originals.
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to Goldwater. The hope is disapproves." I "\\1
: SAN FRANCISCO Gov. ,
that such .
a struggle will break -- -- '
William W. Scranton called on some delegates away from the Here again Goldwater sup- - - ;:

Republican platform writers senator. porters will be reluctant to accept -

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eo.
said "broad
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Star appearance the previous six in the Eii'i
[ National League All-Star American League. Mantle attempting to ,;
: bunt popped to Hunt on the infield grass. -
teams were deadlocked at 3-3 KUtebrew, ducking away from a pitch j;
r o today after six innings in their accidentally dribbled the ball Inside the !
I third base line and beat it out for a hit.
game at Shea Stadium. Allison fanned. Robinson singled to right
Killebrew stopping at second. Richardson
The American League took a fanned.

1-0 lead in. the first inning off; No runs two hits, no errors, two left.NATIONAL .
FOURTH (2) _
Los Angeles Dodgers' hurler Wyatt pitched for the American League. .
Williams hit a home run on Wyatfi first
., Don Drysdale but home runs pitch over the fence in right-center at ,7
by Billy Williams of the Chicago -the 371-foot mark, tying the score 1-1.
Mays popped foul to Howard in frontof
Cubs and Ken Boyer of the the NL dugout. Wyatt knocked down ,
Cepeda's*>smash back to the box and : r
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NL a 2.1 edge in the fourth. :out. It was Cepeda's 19th time at-bat t f$'
In All-Star competition without a hit.
Tuesday, July 7, 1964 liahr Both homers came off John Boyer hit a home run over the left alai S \ . c
field fence. a drive of 365 feet. It was f
Wyatt of the Kansas City Ath-I his second All-Star homer and it put the
I letics. NL in front 21. Jack Kralick Cleveland .
: : % left-hander started warming up for AL. l lr
s YI The National League made it Richardson threw out Torre.
Two runs, two hits, no errors none
r 3-1 in the fifth but the American left. :;

League bounced back to tie in Edwards AMERICAN catching for FIFTH National(0) League.

the sixth when Baltimore Ori- Pascual Kralick.1 warmed Howard up fanned.for the AL Siebern in placeof batted ::..L ___On__ _..-_ ,'ov>i ': ,"...".,. "" ." ,'44'
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Niblack ALL-STAR GAME AT SHEA STADIUMLR
Fregosi took a third strike. STARTING PLAYERS IN TODAY'S

inson Mickey tripled Mantle after of'the singles New York by No runs NATIONAL no hits no FIFTH errors(1)none left. Brooks Robinson, Bob Allison, Dick Groat and Ken Boyer

Pascual pitched for American League.
Yankees and Harmon Killebrewof Pascual fielded Hunt's tap in .front of .
the' plate and threw him out. Johnny SUNLAJVD 7-5 '
the Minnesota Twiiis.' Callison batted for Bunning. Fregosi madea TO
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Killebrew had three straight nice running catch of Callison's pop in
short left. Clemente ,
singled the ball passing -
I hits in his first three times at the mound and ricocheting off second
base into short right. Groat doubled off .
Drawing bat. the left-center field wall Clemente scor
AMERICAN FIRST Ing. Cardenas ran for Groat. Richardson: .

Fregosi singled to left. Fregosi took threw One out run Williams.two hits no errors one left.
ball. Drysdale threw First Game
second on a passed AMERICAN SIXTH (2) Loses
out struck Otiva out.Fregosl Killebrew holding singled second.to Mantle left.- pitcher Left-hander Chris Short was the new Fulps
Callison went to right and Car-
Fregosl scoring. Killebrew took second on
das to shortstop for the NL. Short became
a wild pitch. Allison fanned. he leadoff
batter Callison ninth
One run two hits no errors one left. and Cardenas
second. Oliva fanned.
Glances Run unearned.NATIONAL FIRST Mantle batting right-handed singled

Clemente fanned on three pitches. hit sharply, a single to center.to center.Killebrew Mantle got his stopping third Sunland Training Center back to tie at 4-4 and then'won Howard's TV 4-3 in Division II Livestock 5(12)0( ) 05-22 20
Groat fanned. Williams popped to Fre
gosi. at second.holding.Allison Robinson I flied tripled to Mays to, the the wall runners I handed Fulps Radiator its first with three runs in the fifth. contests. In Division I, Gaines- Sunnyland (000)()( 437 7

Who's dqing the best job of high school football coach- No runs no hits no MORE erros none left. In right-center, scoring Mantle I and Kille i ]Business League defeat of the ville Livestock crushed S u nny- Fratella and Jetter; Morgan
MORE brew to tie the game at 3-1 Mays made Wallace had two hits for the
ing in the State of Florida? I SPTS 3d add ALL STAR GAME HTK a desperate head-long dive for the ball :season last night at City Park, land Packing 22.7, CWA blanked and Watson.
losers while Alford
Nick the Coral Gables AMERICAN SECOND and rolled over twice but failed to come got a pair Road Prison 7-0 and Utility I
Well, maybe you'd say Kotys, men- Robinson sent Mays against the wallin up wit! it. Right-hander Dick Farrell of 'winning 75. for Sunland. Road
tor whose team won the first state Class AA football play- center with his line drive. Boyer' Houston warmed up for the NL. Short Department topped Publix 14-6. Prison 000 000 0-0 4
threw out Richardson. Howard took a' threw
out Richardson. Fulps had 10-0 record in Division CWA 132 010 x-7 2
a -
off championship last fall. third strike. Two runs, three hits, no errors one Other GamesIn Med Students prevented Howard's -
No runs no hits no erros none left. left. II play while Sunlandwas Castillo and Edwards; Wilson
Or Virgil Dingman whose Jacksonville Lee teams annuallyare NATIONAL SECOND (0) TV from passing Fulps
NATIONAL
Robinson threw out Mays. Cepeda flied SIXTH (0) 55.Sunland. other games, Penn Chem and Higginbotham.
a state power. Mays lined to Fregosi. Robinson madea in the Division II race by scor-

Perhaps your guess would be some of the other veteran I deep deep to short.Mantle.. Torre Boyer forced beat Boyer out a Fregosi hit to left fine and stop threw of him Cepeda's out..Boyer grounder fanned.No to.his scored four runs in downed General Electric 11-2 I.ing a run in the sixth to snapa Utility Dept 444 010 1-14 15

coaches located in the major cities of the state or longtime I unassisted.No runs one hit. no errors. one left. runs no hits no errors none left. the first inning, saw Fulps come and Medical Students' nippedPowers' 3-3 tie.; Publix 301 010 1- 69

smaller school mentors.Of AMERICAN THIRD (0) and
Sapp Livengood
; Dykes,
Drysdale fielded Chance's bunt down Three Hits
the first base line and threw him out. Hall and Reeb.GHS .
Fregosl flied to Clemente. Drysdale O'Leary had three hits for
threw out Ollva. Two Homers the winners and Hoffman gota
No runs no hits no errors none left.
NATIONAL THIRD (0) pair. Winning pitcher Sanders Teams
Hunt singled to left. Willie Stargell I
's 1( aS batted for Drysdale. Stargell bounced to limited Howard's to just

of Chance.Kansas Hunt City taking started second.warming John up Wyatt for Not for three safeties. Take Wins

s American Philadelphia League for the and National.Jim Bunning Fregosi of Enough Jetson Snyder, Brooks and Plum-

threw out Clemente. Hunt holding second. mer led Penn Chem with two
-

Richardson No runs AMERICAN threw one hit.out FOURTH no Groat.errors(I)one left. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSNo I the seventh and then followed a single and scored on a hits hitter each.for the Perry winners.hurled a five- III SeniorSenior

Jim Bunning took the mound for the fielder's choice.
with a similar shot in the eighthto
one can say Columbus out- Five runs in the first, 12 in
Writers Association fielder John Powers wasn't try- tie the score 77. Despite the loss to Syracuse, in the League b ask etball
course, this year the Florida Sports the second and five more wins
went to
Nicklaus Now GHS No. 3, GHS
a will furnish their answer by selecting one of the ing.Powers Jones Pitches Buffalo lost no ground on Jack- last inning won for Livestock.
No. 1 and GHS No. 2 teams last
hit three-run home sonville in the chase.
scholastic leaders as coach of the year. pennant Mike Fratella had five hits,
But a chat with other coaches around the state at the Money Leader runs in the seventh and eighth Sam Jones took over the pitch Syracuse scored four runs in two singles, a double, triple night at the Gainesville Hig h

recent Florida State football clinic has pinpointed a location innings against Richmond Mon- ing for Columbus in the ninth the seventh inning to make the and homer, for the victors. Mor- School gym.

much closer to home. DUNEDIN (AP-Jack) Nick- day night, but it was all in vainas and promptly hit leadoff batter difference as it ended the Bison gan had three for the losers. I P. K. Yonge No. 5, previously -

laus' victory in Sunday's Whit. the Virginians pushed acrossa Art Lopez, who went to third winning streak at five games. Les Wigglesworth homered. for unbeaten, lost to GHS No. 1,

The Man Who . marsh Open golf tournamentwas run in the ninth inning to de- I Livestock. 73-42. Boyd Welsch hit 20 points
worth and feat the Jets 87. hit
$24,000 made Luke Wilson tossed a four
and Bill Brandon 18 for the win-
According to word passed along by Buddy Martin, sports him the top money winner In other games, Rochester 'Trial Stadium shutdut for CWA which got only Dennison and
ners. Danny Cov-
editor of the Ocala Star-Banner, Gainesville High School's among the touring pros. edged Toronto 1-0, Syracuse nip- three safeties off losing hurler
Johnston had 11 each for the
ped Buffalo 10-9 and Atlanta ey
Jim Niblack is the man whose work is drawing covetous Castillo.
PGA officials said Nicklausnow losers.
stopped league-leading Jack-
from his cohorts in the business.
glances has won $81,718 in 16 tour- sonville 3.1.Richmond. Four Hits
GHS' tremendous organization is the reason for the eleva- Has Drawbacks GHS No. 3 won PKY No.
. over
naments.. Arnold Palmer is : four
sec- moved to 'a 7-1 Winning pitcher Sapp got
tion of Niblack, a home town boy who made good, to' such ond with a total of 6, 4543.. John Willis,, had 19
$71,693. lead before Powers went to hits for Utility Department,
high esteem. from followed by Tony Lema with work with his first roundtripper one a triple. Jones had two sin- points and Carl Johnson 17 for

Martin said Niblack's devotion to his football program, $64,478. off starter Ed Merritt ins I NEW YORK (AP) Every in America with sawdust. The' gles and a double for Publix. GHS. Ronnie Rodgers made 11
led I
the ,Junior high level remark to the varsity that the squad Hurricanes, has should manyof be 28 years they hold the Olympic wags said the high jump standards ! Fulps 003 100 1-572 and T. Whitley 10 for PKY.

GHS' opponents to track and field trials in this I Sunland 400 030 x-7 9 5
I only went to 6 feet. GHS No. 2 won from Hawthorne .
strong for years to come. Pepper KeepiWinning Lakeland town. Eventually they will get Shake, Blackwelder and Rogers -
t well-deserved The mushrooming successof 74-22. Bill Boaz led with
This is all praise.
the hang of it. That wasn't true, but the I ; Roberts and Collins.
weight is drawing imitators all 29 points and Mike Sneeringerhad
the summer program
202 2-1111 0
the 2020. Penn Chem 203
over the South. Also, Niblack's basic conservatism, althoughsome StrcBy ak Say, year standards that held the ropes 14. Frank Atkinson had sev-
5 6
I GE 000 200 0- 2
Goingscoring
fans would rather see wide-open football (the pro in- I Right now, they haven't got around the pit were stamped on and en for Hawthorne. I
wins for the the thing licked. They tried Perry and Poore; Tyde
doubt) has produced many
fluence, no many the base: "World's Fair-1939."
'Canes who generally stick to bread and butter fundamentals. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS after each one, to help again over the weekend.To Nero. Tonight's games will send P.

They just block, tackle and run harder and faster Lakeland continued riding a the Saints overcome Daytona begin with, the 1964 trials As the athletes themselves Howard's TV 101 001 0-3 3 4 K. Yonge against Westwood at j

than the opposition. winning streak ,Monday night, Beach. The lone Islander run were held in the stadium that pointed out, it really wasn'tmuch :' Med Students 111 001 x-4 91 7 and Buchholz against Howard

thanks to the hot bat of Don came on Tom Vandiver's in-the- was built for the 1936 effort. of an Olympic trials, any'I Williams, Blanton and Avery; Bishop at 8:15: in Sophomore 100

Offers That Tempt Pepper. park homer in the eighth inning. way. Sanders and McCaul y. play and at 9:30, Santa Fe meets ;

The Tigers scored a 3-1 vic- DrawbackThe Newberry in a Senior game.

A recent unsigned letter to this corner hinted that Niblackis tory over Miami on Pepper's stadium has the following

receiving many offers from other schools. This is no sur- single in the first and two-run Schlitz Vs. major drawbacks: 1. It is too Strong North, Team Hopes

prise as it has been going on for some time now. The homer in the second, scoring all small for a big-time stadium. 2. Local Legion

day may come when the popular GHS leader will accept a of Lakeland's runs. Teams It is too small for a drive-in
To ReduceStill S. ries Deficit
Top
college or another high school offer to advance in his The victory was Lakeland's theater. 3. You can't get there. .

chosen field. sixth straight in the second half Actually, the stadium is on an Team LosesPALATKA

The old saying is that a good man is hard to find. GHS of Florida State League play. Schlitz of the City League will island in the East River, and trailing, by a 9-6 series ders.

has its good man and the question grows, apparently, as The,game was shortened to six host Fulps Radiator and therefore is probably reachableby margin, a talented North high Last year, powered by full- Gaines v 111 e fs

to how long he'll be able to stay in the face of his ever innings because of rain. I Gainesville Gas Co. in a doubleheader strong swimmers-from ei- school team expects to reduce back David Hiss of Miami American Legion team droppeda

growing athletic success. In other games, St. Peters, Saturday evening .at ther shore. the deficit this year in the an- Christopher Columbus, the 4-1 verdict to Palatka's Post

The road to the top hasn't been so smooth for Big Jim. burg downed Daytona Beach 6-1 City Park. But most people never go nual all-star football classic, South won handily, 19-6, open- 45 last night at Azalea Park.

Many GHS fans may have forgotten those rocky early years and Sarasota shutout Orlando there. Taxi drivers, for in Aug. 1, in Gainesville. ing the three lead in
up
undeserved criticism that was thrown at the 'Cane 2-0. Tampa at Fort Lauderdalewas Fulps and Gainesville Gas, game The winners pushed over two
and the stance. They are not an adven-
Coached by Carl Madison of a series in which the Rebels
each are contenders in their. in the first
disgruntled postponed because of rain. runs inning on a
coach parents.It's
by turous lot and will take
you Milton whose assistants have trailed.
pretty hard to find fault with success, though. And St. Petersburg righthander divisions of the Business Lea I there 'only if insist and I are never walk, sacrifice, single by Perry

_GHS is enjoying that these days, in capital letters. Harry Dahl stroked two triples, gue. Fulps leads in its division supply careful you directions. I Tommy Bolen of Orlando North South and wild pitch. Two more runs
Boone and Sam Mitchell of Ver-
while the Gas Co. team holds H19 S 14 counted in the fifth on three er-
You're on your own getting non, the North team boasts the
down second place. I 1"0 1 0 rors by visiting Post 16.
back. Subways don't run there.' most impressive set of backs 1"1 t3 14

Spectator Fever Hits Schlitz and Fulps Radiator As a result of all this disuse, since.the 1959 team slaughteredthe 1952 1.1 33 fit53 Gainesville scored in the sev-

play the first game starting at the whole place is a little South, 50-0, biggest marginin 19S4 1955 7 0 33 1. enth on three walks and a wild

7:30. Bill Lester and Harold musty. pitch. Charlie
the series. 1956 13 7 Southpaw Payne

British Opera CourseST. Floyd are the probable starting Until recently, the broad This year's contest, sponsoredbv North South tossed a two hitter for the win-

pitchers for Schlitz. jump pit was the only one left the Florida High School Ac. 1957 21 f 20 flfil ners. Wayne Rick was the loser,
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tivities Association, should be 1960 f 7
ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) 30,000 people to watch the 104th As the American challengers, onGOLf one of the closest in series history 1961 7 t3 The two teams will play again

They crowned a new king today Open title play which starts led by Jack Nicklaus, Doug San- N i ck1aus with both squads loaded 1963 1962 t3 f 1f 7 tomorrow night in Palatka. Ed

for the 1964 British Open Wednesday and endures 72 holes ders, Tony Lema and Doug with the state's top prep grid- North Won: 6. South Won t. Pavelka will hurl for Gaines-

Golf Championship at the birth-over the most impolite 6,926 Ford, and others arrived, the ( ; t P1'A M' ville. .

place of the game. yards of trouble in existence.In spectator fever hit the Old ww r

He's a character known as the 1873 Tom Kidd won the Course. Golf fans by the hundreds EXrGNSIOII1fo GAINESVILLE abrb.. .PALATKA abrb

championship here from 25 com- wandered around, sport Cul'peP'r Cf 3 11 Emerson c 221
spectator.Off Eckdahl If 3 01 WhirVr 2o 301
the printing presses rolled petitors and a bibulous galleryof ing their spectator tickets. Gibson ss 3 0 1 Perry cf 321
Roberts rf .300 Shambly H 301
enough tickets to accommodate 50. "The spectator is the king i Guenther c 2-TlMangum3b 2 0/
said Simmons 3b 2. 0 Hall Ib ) OI
nowadays, George Simms AGNit'sVE MAXMUMTHROUGH/
HippJb>> 2.tO
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I press officer for the Open. tX1EN ON( Pauelka ]b A 4 0 Downing n 3 0 0Turl'g
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Brown Now Will Try Simms, a golf writer in Britain PRODUCE '6fRM&HTER5140'f' NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUEW Rick p 100Combs

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-TUB fZ\\4f NAND 1ORCES Pittsburgh 40 :IS.535 7 Minnesota 43 37 J3 7-
permitted the press to.come to Los Angeles 31 3f .494 10 Detroit 31 It: .494 10V4
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St. Louis 39 40 10 Boston 31 41 M\ 11V4 NipsSpotlights
the tradesmen's entrance to see FINISH. Milwaukee JI 40 .417 10U Los Angeles 37 44 .,457 13 4
BAY, Wis. (AP- baseball All-America at the Chicago 34 3* Mt 10V4 Cleveland 344* } Ml 14
1 something posted on the'wall.. Houston 37 43 .443 17'* Kansas City 31 47 311 11
Former Maryland halfback and University of Maryland, was a This currying the favor with New York tesvtts 73 SI .24 27Yesterday's Washington 32 51 .384 1'V4 I

first baseman Tom Brown, who 1963 spring sensation for the the 'public has been adopted No games scheduled. No scheduled Yesterdays Results.
struck out in professional base- Teddys' Games : games Games Duncan Brothers nipped Community
Ttfays
Washington Senators, who paid from the Americans. American League All-Stars Chance Los
ball, is going to try his hand in Angeles vs. National League AltStarsDrysdale National League All-Stars Drysdale Spotlites 6-5 and Sun-
him a bonus of "about $20,000. Consequently, this time the Los Angeles at New York I Los Angeles vs. American .League All- j
the National Football League He opened the season at first paying golf spectator is being Tomorrows GamesSt. I. .Stars.New York Chance. Los Angeles at land TrainingCenter downed ':

with the Green Bay Packers. base after hitting .312 1 n the given new paths to walk along San. Louis Francisco at Philadelphia at Chicago N 2 .1 TmrrWs GamesNo Bartley Temple 4-2 in Community .

The Packers, who finished exhibitions.But side the nine holes out and nine .M IIZNts Only games FLORIDA scheduled STATE LEAGUE games INTERNATIONAL scheduled -LEAGUEW League games at Lincoln
fecond in the Western Conference ..I L Pet. G.'., '
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back which the i.
as they bid 'for a third after hitting only .167 in distinguish ) Ke EPG 'f lC1.Ul3FACE E' Lakeland 4 0 1.00 Buffalo UN 4f 34 JW -

Straight league title last year,' 61 American League games, he Old Course. LONGER ANt ON PREVI 1'AR&;s-r N1S t Tampa FL Lauderdale 53.625 S 2.714 2 W Rochester 44 n 34:34 'J44.ss* 3 2V4 Johnson had a pair of hits for

said Monday night the 23-year- was farmed out to York, Pa., in They are charging spectators ANY CCNTROU"ROBBING( St.Miami' Petersburg- J 40.4004 5.500 3 Toronto Syracuse. 44 4138.310 35 .557 f 3 Spotlites but winning Dun can !

old Brown had signed. I the Class AA Eastern League, $4.20 for the. entire week of goli CL/PP/N& ACrflOM T iA'fRESUL'f5 Daytona Beach 3 5.375 4 Richmond 34 44 .450 IIto Brothers made five safeties pay I

Terms wee"not disclosed, but where he hit .228 in 77 games. until the last shot is fired Fri- LEFT ARM StzOMIe: BREAKING'NO ; Orlando Sarasota 2 2 5 f JU JSO i 414 Columbus Atlanta 17 33 53 4323.33* 20V 13Vi off. .

fox He back at York this 600N AP'fiRHEfII'BEN Yesterdays Results Yesterdays Results I
Brown reported signed a was day.The Sarasota 2, Orlando Rochester 1, Toronto t
salary of about $20,000 and a year, and his average dipped Open prize Is only 4200. HOGAN INE I Lakeland 3, Miami 1 Syracuse 10. Buffalo f Clarence Young and John i .
GREAT: :<6t"t" EXAMPLE OFt.EP1. St. Petersburg 4. Daytona Beach 1 Richmond .. Columbus 7 Thomas had three hits each for ,
The
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bonus of $6ooo-the same terms below .200 before he told Man- top : KM RX1EN510N.: Tampa at Ft. Lauderdale ppd rahlTatar's Atlanta 4. Jacksonville 1 !
offered when he was drafted by ager Jim Lemon he would play lifted the Open into the biggest Wlfr ARM 13R KS ONLY GamesLakeland Toronto at Rochester Todays Games losing Bartley which got nine _:
at Miami -
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jAil-Star Lineups Loaded .With Righthanders


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".: Nr'm'\nik' \ tiur '-' Mickey Mantle -if any baseball man ever should be so ly dictate the type of pitcher who will operate against them. umpires returned the substitute to cold storage, forcing himto

By ARTHUR DALEY foolish_ as to disregard Mantle. Even if such glamour boys as Sandy Koufax and 'Whitey wait until he was properly eligible.

Ford 'had not worked on Sunday, neither would have been
NEW YORK:_ 'Many"years ago'Casey Stengel, was "discovered Should Jar LopezThe nominated; because each is left-handed. Close to the Best .

in his, Yankee ,Stadium: ofte;-licP cards strewn

I on the desk ,before .;.him.- He studied them as intently as a preponderance of righties is more likely to jar Senor Go With RightiesSo Lopsided though these lineups are with their predominance -

blackjack dealer, in Las VegaS; He ,picked, up: one' card and Alfonso Ramon Lopez, the mastermind for the Americans, of right-handed batsmen, however, they still represent
offered it to his, yjsitor.: : '-.- " '. than it is his opposite 'number, Walter Alston, the guiding both managers have little choice except to go for right- pretty close to the best that each league has to offer. Hence

!; '' .' ' '. ,". .. genius for the Nationals. After all, the Dodger skipper cut handed pitchers. Lopez is expected to start Dean Chance of there will be no great urgency: for readjustment after the

"What do"you 'think of"that, lineup he barked. 'his managerial eyeteeth in Brooklyn and therefore should theAngels, perhaps the most impressive young pitcher in the first three innings. Strategy of the moment alone will dictate

"Not bad, was" the"cautious reply,. feel more or less at home in the neighboring borough of American League. Alston will counter with .Don Drysdaleof changes. Most of these will be for. pinch hitters for pitchersor

: "It ain't ho good, said'the OL' .Perfessor. "It's O. K;. as Queens with a'right- handed lineup. the Dodgers, who has struck out 14 men in 11 previous for Ughteningdefenses.

long as the right- ander'ls pitchin' for them but if a lefty all-star games. That latter item can be dangerous, though. One year Sten

I comes in early I'!DaU': fouled up because I got too many When Alston inherited the Brooks in 1954, he took over a gel yanked his sluggers for slick fielders when in the

left-handed hitters together. I guess' I gotta do some more team: that, had been dominant, force in the league for a There have been times in the past when the All Star lead and then was embarrassed when the Nationals tied the

I jugglin. Ya gotta have balance in a 'lineup. long time because it was leaded with right-handed power managers were stuck with starting lineups they didn't like score in the ninth to send the game into overtime. 01' Case

Balance is 'an admirable strategic theory. But it is to be hitters such as Gil Hodges, Roy Campanella, Jackie Robin.son and they waited impatiently until the required first three lost in the 12th and tock all the blame. t

: presumed that the big league ballplayers who voted for the, Carl Furillo and the like The only left-handed fence innings had been completed and then made wholesale substi- "I missed it up," he said.

starting lineups haven't the foggiest' conception of so funda: breaker was Duke Snider.So tutions of preferred players at the first possible moment. The first All Star game was held in Chicago in 1933 as

mental a precept as balance. the opposition unfailingly combatted not too success- Vaguely remembered is one occasion when a manager tried part of the World's Fair. The 35th All Star game will be held

They loaded both lineups with right-handed hitters. The fully,' either -. this lack, of balance by constantly using to beat the gun by rushing in a replacement too soon. Un- in Shea Stadium as part of the New York World's Fair. It

National League has 'only one lefty swinger Billy Williamsof right-handed pitchers against the Dodgers. What few lefties fortunately the identities of the manager and the player has come full cycle. If the Nationals win with Willie Mays

the Cubs. The Americans have only 'one, Tony' Oliva of ,were tried against them were usually eaten alive. refuse: to come to mind. But it did happen: and the,other & Co., the series will be tied and the two leagues will be

-the Twins. This, of course, is disregarding the switch-hitting ,The two lineups that will start tomorrow therefore virtual- skipper came steaming out of ,the dugout in protest. 'The right back to the starting point again.


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;: ( Building Trades Largest Field Competes




': In Swim
Ribbon
Topples HughesIn ' Races
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The largest field in the meet's Boys Joe Smith, Mike Courtney, Jimmy Barkley

Midget Loop ?lic 'J'd 11T 10-year history took part in the Sloan, John Clardy Bob Brill. 1:07.2

"- .. t1yJ:: : pLsi.: annual swimming ribbon races 50 yard freestyle -(Girls), 100-yard breaststroke( irls I

over the weekend at the Golf Dixie Cox, Edie Cofrin, Daryl Cindy Clardy, Debbie Sloan,

Gainesville Building Trades er both had two hits for Build 'T and Country Club. Crow, Tam Hope, Kathryn Low- Pam Coggins. 1:38.6:

: gained a 6-1 win over Hughes ing Trades. ry, Cindy Mizell. :30.4 Boys Bice Hope, Robert

Supply yesterday in an American Florida Pest Control downed 4 Ninety youths took part in the Boys Paige Cofrin, John Scott, Whit Courtney, Teddy

League in Midget Life Underwriters 16-6 in a : event which,served as a tuneupfor Clardy, Mike Sloan, Al Mizell, George, Jimmy Barkley. 1:00.5:
game the local team's
participation -
Rebel circuit game at City Mike Hogan. :31.2 15 and 17 Division ,
: baseball play at Finley Field. in meet at this
a Tampa
Park. Five runs in the second )j ._ I and Satur 50-yard breaststroke-(Girls), 3 Meter Diving (Boys),
John Fuller, who had three inning provided the big push for Thursday, Friday Dixie Cox, Daryl Crow, Edie Mark Montgomery, Jeff Mont-

j hits for the victors, homered in Pest Control which scored in j day. Cofrin, Cindy Mizell, Elizabeth gomery.

the first inning. Lee and String- every frame. Results: Pooley, Jane Powers. :39.5 50 yard freestyle-Girls( ),
Diane
Monroe Yates Boys Paige Cofrin, John Scott. 30.5
., ,. .. and Garrett 1-Meter Diving'-:Emory Cox,
100-yard freestyle (B >
naa inree nIts each for the win Clardy, Bob Brill, Than Jones, o y s ,

Sports Car ners while Scruggs and Lewis 9i Steve Scott. Mike Sloan, John Hadley. :41.0 Forest Hope, Larry Brasington,

had two. Barwick and Casey 42 Ft. Freestyle 50-yard backstrokeGirls), Dick Olinger David Cofrin. :-56.4

had a pair of hits for losing : (Girls), Gayle Barkley, Jan Dixie Cox, Edie Cofrin, Daryl 100-yard breastroke-(Girls),

Club MeetsThe Underwriters.First .t'1' 'X'1.M.:1..fIt\ ''' J& t. Zeanah, Cissy Donigan, Renee Crow, Kathryn Lowry, Tam Diane Scott. 1.33.0

I l. Roberts, Candice Crev ass e. Hope, Cindy Mizell. :33.7 Boys Forest Hope, Dick

Gainesville Car Federal pushed over i Pulls Ball ClubThe :13.6 100-yard freestyle- (Boys), Olinger, Larry Brasington, David
Sports four runs in the fifth inning to Paige Cofrin, John Clardy, Al Cofrin. 1:15.7

Club will meet at 7:30 to- defeat Citizens Bank 7-6 in a Phils compete in the Seminole League of the Jaycee Buddy baseball Boys Jay Prystowsky, Emory Mizell, Mike Sloan, Bob Brill. 200 yard individual medley .

: morrow night at Guaranty Fed Dixie loop encounter. S. Orton program at the Boys' Club. Front row from left are Jerry Dowdy, Wayne Cox, Steve Brasington, 1:11.2 (Girls), Diane Scott. 304.

eral building. had two hits for the winners Purvis David Harrell, Guy Harvey, Steven Hanks, Peter Moshal, Mac Tank- Steve Scott, Mark Lyons, Perry 100 yard butterfly (Boys),

and Gassett had a pair for the sley. Back row, from left, are Steven Walsh Randall Heron, Harold Brock, Moore. :10.5 13 and 14 Division Forest Hope, Dick Olinger,

-- Bill Grizzell, club president, losers. Orton's hits both were Richard Addison, Bates Fox, Hel Ingman, Steve Morris, Glenn Mitchell. (Sun 42-Ft. Backstroke-G i r Is), 1-Meter Diving- (Girls), Car- Larry Brasington. 1:07.5
doubles.1st .
said there will be lectures on photo). ol Hanes -
add midget league Jan Zeanah, Gayle Barkley, Cindy Clardy. -- - -
rallying by two or three club roundupFire Candice Crevasse. :22.8 3-Meter Diving (Boys),

' members. Films of the Department put down a Bice Hope, Whit Courtney,
1961 Boys Jay ystowsky,
IN
threat
( to its lead by First National JUNIOR LEAGUE
Grand Prix race at Sebring will Bank for 6-0 Steve Brasington, Emory Cox, Tommy Smith.
be shown. a victory Steve Scott, Perry Moo r e. i 50 yard freestyle-(Girls),
) yesterday in a Western game at
:13.5 Cindy Clardy, Debbie Sloan,
Grizzell said the club plans a" Littlewood. Parker tossed a Coca-Cola Takes Lead ,Pam Coggins. :32.7

I rally Sunday starting'at 9:30 a. two-hitter and Millican led the 7 and 8 Division Boys Bice Hope Robert

The attack with a pair of safeties. Scott
m. following Teddy George Whit
I Sunday July
Girls Les-
1 1-Meter Diving- ( ),
I), 19, another' gymkhana "will be The ,National League game t Courtney, Jim Barkley. :25.4
Coca-Cola gained an 11-6 the third
winl: inning, using only twohis mans and'Boothby had two lie Sloan, Pam Moore.
rr : run off at the Belk-Lindsey was unreported. lover Belk-Lindsey in .Juni" r 100-yard: backstroke-(Girls),
HUGHES SUPPLY G'vUI Bldg. Tracks I four walks, a fielders;Ihits each for Belks. Sheffield I
I
i parking lot in the Gainesville abrli. abrh League baseball play -'' Boys Britt Mims. Cindy Clardy, Debbie Sloan,
yesterday hurled
the win
T. Ham'd. rf 200 cnoice and a pair of errors. Los fanning 10. 25 Elizabeth 133.0Boys
Shopping Center. Strack p 310P. yard freestyle-Girls( ), Pooley. We
at Harris Field to can give
Ham'd 2b 2 0 0 Lee move Stevens tossed
I lb p 412 the shutout for
Belks had
ing seven hits to
Mcln'sh p 300 Fuller c. p 423 Leslie Sloan, Claudia Smith, Bice Hope, Robert
into the lead.
Local club members have I Holland c 200 Jenkins 3b 401 loop just four for the winners. Yeo- K of P, striking out 14, an d Pam Moore, Gladys Cofrin, Car- Scott, Teddy George, Whit

been competing in out-of-town Boyd Krumm ss If 300 100 Morgan Cross ss rf :300 301 Coke was tied with Florida scattering three hits, two by olyn Elfe, Patti Crow. :17.8 you 11

rallies at Pensacola, Orlando Buns Peck. If rf 100 100 Potter Stringer 2b cf 210 312 National Bank and Belks priorto * Goodhart. Bolles had a pair of

and Daytona Beach recentlyand Arnow rf 000 LaBelle If 200 ; the victory. hits for Knights. including a Boys-Austin Crevasse, Billy reasons forinsuring
scoring well Grizzell said. Martin Mcln'sh Ib cf 201 211 Pagmni If 100 COCA COLA BELK-LINDSEY double. Donigan[ Nelson Scarborough,

Keefe 3:) 200 Knights of Pythias won a 4-0. abrh abrh John Whorton, Mark Fried,
In
an event at Daytona the Totals 20 1 2 Totals 2t I .1 Gardner 2b 411 Boothsby c 412
, I Luscius IS 410 Davis ss 4 0 1Shef'rld Major League Mark 18.8
Tradts decision United Commercial games today Scarborough.
team of Dave Ross and Bob Building 200 01)-4 over p 420 McNel lbp 401
Winnert took first place. I Hughes Supply REBEL LEAGUE ooo 000-1 Travelers in the other con- Stipono'ch 3b 4 1 1 Hmson P. lb 300 were to send Elks against Exchange 25-yard breaststroke(Girls), CLEANINGREPAIRING
FLA. PEST LIFE UN'DR"nCONTROL I Arensman c 431T. Du'nylf 300 and Kiwanis Claudia Smith Leslie Sloan
abrh test played yesterday. Reeves H 420). Du'ny rf 310 against ,
ebrhR. Long 421 Coca-Cola scored six in Burford lb 3 11M. M'I's 2b 100 Rotary. Pam Moore, Gladys Cofrin,
runs
Wood cf 300 Yeomans ss 322Cum'gs your car, home, or business -
Andrews lb
331 Wilson 300
rf 100 Tunstall cf 100 Patti Crow. ::24.0Boys
Scruggs 432 Barwich 402
I Monroe cf p 543 Casey 412 Jones rf 10 OQulnn cf 1 1 0Botts2b.p Austin Crevasse, through us. This
Lewis 3b 5 2 2 J. Long 1 1 0 201 .
"We Rod
Lee cf 100 Joe Torre Nelson Mark
Scarborough,
II Yates Garrett Raper ss c 2b 303 333 50 Wilson Pepm Duncan 300 2 010 0 1 NL Reaches i Totals 33 11 4 Totals Cheatman rf 30 000 5 7 Scarborough. :22.6 Them Out" seal means we're Independent -

Condo If 402 Harrell 1 0 0 Coca Cola OM 132-11 25-yard butterfly-Girls( ), Leslie insurance agents
Leland rf 1 1 0 Ellenson 2 1 0Oamperrf k-Undsey 020 300- Wears 'A' :I Motor Block
100 KNIGHTS U. C. T. Sloan, Claudia Smith, Pam
Agreement ,
OF PYTHIAS professionally trained.Iirkpatrick .
ab r II
I Wharton 100
Moore Patti FlushedWe
Gladys Cofrin
Totals 37 It 1* Totals 24 it ab r b Ellis 2b 300
Pest Control JJ1 131-It Mathews lb 3 1 Ham'nd 3b 300 Crow. :19.3
Lift Underwriters 021 300- t Bolles cf 3 1 2 Scar'or'gri: ss 301 Over 'WMILWAUKEE Pick-Up & Deliver
FIRST FEDERAL CITIZENS BANK With UmpsNEW Boyd 3bFuller 3 0 1 Goodh't lb 302 Boys Austin Crevasse, Nelson
abi-h abrh cHartman 3 0 OMosley c 300
Mark Scar-
McAI'um ss 321 Lewis rf 211 ss 300 Andrews rf 100 Scarborough,
WHO'S WHO S. Orton 3b 312 HenVsn 3b 3 1 1New'by YORK (AP) The Na- Smith IfStevens 310 100 Wilson If 100 (APJoe borough. :22.5 RADIATOR! SHOP
p Register cf 300
cf. C 311 Greene c 300 -
AT THE GOPCONVENTION Shepard If :31 Gassett p; ss 322 tional League's Executive Johnson 2bMayhew 1 0 Robbins prf 300 Torre, the Milwaukee Braves'National 25-yard backstroke-G i iris), White Electric &
Weseman lb 3 1 la. R'rts ss; p 3 0 0 rf 3 1 0 Beck,rf 100 League All-Star catcher !
Means C. p :301 Young 2b 311 Council, meeting with representatives Pringle 2t> 200 Ferrell If 200 Leslie Sloan, Claudia Smith,
? Stan'ge P. cf 311 Crosby lb 110 of the umpires Plcou If 200 Butcher rfp 1 0 0 ,. has pasted an "A" over the Pam Moore, Patti Crow. :22.4k, & Battery
league's |
Rinker 2b 100
S. Sa'ba'la 2b 2 0 0 T. R'b'ts cf 300J.
Don't miss this quiz plus some Sa'ba'la rf 2 0 1 Foster If 300 association, has reached a verbal Totals. 27 4 3 Totals 21 0 3 white "M" on his uniform cap. Boys 'Austin Crevasse, Billy Edmonson
B. Orton rf 000 U.C.T.Kni tot 000 t-t Service
very unusual
information "A" is for Atlanta. Nelson
on Donigan, Scarborough.
increasein hts 110 Ill x-4
the Xaxley rf 100 agreement on an
top contenders for the nom. Totals 2i 7 I Totals 24 S "You can see I'm ready for 27.2 Insurance, Inc.
ination in theJULY First Federal 111 040-T the umpires' pension fund. 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
Citizens Bank 200 220-4 Peachtree Street right now,"
12THIssue WESTERN LEAGUE1ST The agreement, which came Carlon Takes cracked 9 and 10 Division FR 2-8581 31 N. Main 372-8431
Torre before
NATIONAL FIRE DEPART. after three hours of closed door Monday
ofFa.zniIy abrk abrb heading for New York and to- 1-Meter Lee Coates '
,
Diving -
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Combs f 100 must be
Kultert p 200 meetings Monday approved -- - --
Benton p 1 0 0 P. Parker If 100 High Springs day's All-Star game. Bryce Edmonson. -
at the
Clayton 2b 3 0 0 D. Parker p 300 by the league
O. Ayers ss 100 Spr-gf'kl c 310 tentatively Ho and other Braves had 50-yard freestyle (Girls), I r"

Weekly Jones T.Pearsn3b ss 2 101 0 0 Weaver Butler rf lb 220 211S.Ayersrf summer scheduled Aug.meeting 10 in, Chicago. Softball Win been asked to comment on reports -Kay Hury, Cindy Cross, JoAnn i SPECIAL! LIMITED y1IMEAirConditioning

300 Milli'cn 2b 212 for that the Braves will be in Wright, Debbie Coggins 11 !
D. Pear'sn c 200 Dlnkin* 3b 211 John Reynolds, attorney
With your copy of the McKinley c 100 Damo cf 200 said he HIGH SPRINGS Carlon Atlanta in 1965. And while theBraves' Martha Elfe, Jill Powers. :=!7.2\\'
Bonner If 101 White Cf 000 the umpires' group, Unit
Products notched 14-3 High Lee Coates Ed-
i Hill IfTom'l'sn 100 Marder is 200 to a management has not Boys Bryce i
If 000 Crago ss 100 I would present the agreement Springs loop softball win over said flatly that the National monson, Steve Gresham, Chuck
And's'" lb 000 and NL President -
100Totals the association Fort White last night to movea Hogan, Ross Zeanah Trippy I
Hall cf I League team will be in'Mil
Gawsui1le Sun If 0 2 Totals 21 t 4 Warren Giles would pre- half-game ahead of Southeast Coggins. :33.1 Installed $265 ::
Fin D pt.ut Ml 020-4 waukee next,season none of theplayers
Nat. Bart .33 00>-0,sent it to the league. Transformers in the close 50-yard butterfly (Girls).
would out limb.
on a
26 go
The umpires, who on May race. Cross Martha Elfe
Cindy Kay
One of the players, who didn'twant '-'and up
threatened a strike' unless the Carlon scored in every inning : Hury, Jo Ann Wright Laura :
his used said
CHAIN LINK pension plan was improved, but one to gain the victory. Ca- name tied in,'Hadley, Chrisse MizelL :47.2
I is
I currently ,receive $200 per year son and Matthews both had a "Everything own up I Boys -Lee Coates, Bryce Ed- :
Milwaukee but I can't blame
for each year of service upon single and double for the win- I monson, Steve Gresham, Ross 3' tAL'J
HURRICANE I retirement at age 55. They rejected -ners. Matthews limited Fort the management for wanting Zeanah. :38.8 I I '' LJ .
J:
I a league offer boostingthe White to singles by Hollings- me to move. We have to draw 50-yard breaststroke-(Girls),i I ,

figure ,to $250 ,in May, and worth and Dubose. 1,200,000 persons to actually Jill Powers, Cinday Cross, Ray I
FENCE I demanded $300. Tonight's games will send make.it a million paid becauseof Ellen Prystowsky, Debbie J

Details of Monday's agreement North Florida Telephone Co.i the special ticket programs Coggins, Laura Hadley Kay 1

: Protect And were not announced. against Transformers w hi Ic offered to boost baseball as Hury. :49.3 '

'Bea tify I Rebels play Spurs. well as attendance.". Boys Lee Coates Chuck ., ic.- -' _::

Your Hrme, j Fort White 100200-32 Edmonson Ross:
L Hogan, Bryce : r- 1
NOW k Carlon 322 052 -14 9 Calumet Farm horses have Zeanah. Steve Gresham Ran-: _

Guynn, Fowler and Dubose; won the Kentucky Derby seven dy Rudderman. i

Matthews and Rice. times, the American Derby six 11 and 12 Division I,

Cubs Defeat times, the Florida. Derby twice 1-Meter Diving- (Girls), Dixie -'

and the Santa,Anita Derby once. Cox.

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i Why Buy Wife Insurance? 1
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o By SYLVIA PORTER surance in a single year the :sters may get away with itbut -

I 1 -IIItkL --.J Have you, Mrs. America, subject of wife insurance was > it's a risk.

"wife insurance" to protect your introduced by a Massachusetts (3) 'Help meet the rise in in-
husband and children in case Mutual agent, Alfred B. Hast-: come taxes which results froma
W w you should die? Do you, Mr. lags Jr. Since this was a shop- husband's switch from filing a

America, recognize how great talk conference and Hastingswas joint return to head of household -
would be the financial blow' to addressing a group of ex- status. After a grace

you should the lady of your perts, his theme was under- period, this increase in inc-ome

9rS house not be around to share, standably the money making taxes for a man in the $10,000

3 : j =: plan, take care? potentials of increased sales of bracket with two children will

A ., From a huge percentage of life insurance to women. amount to over $200 a year.

America's millions of families, But the fact is that the private (4) Pay off the mortgage in
the answer to both questions is Round Table session touched the event of the death of the
a flat "NO." wife. A written on the
on a question of major j policy
Although the lives of 55 percent read-and-butter importance to wife's life either ordinary life

of wives in our country are families the nation over. The or term can achieve this

now insurd, an all time high fact is that there are at least and there are policies available

,..'. percentage, the average cover- five highly valid reasons why which decrease as the mortgage
by4i..p tI age is only $2,100. That's abys- women in general and wives in is reduced. '
-I low. In contrast the lives
i- mally ,
should have their own
of 67 per cent of all husbandsare particular (5)) Provide for the sharply in
insured. To be ,
__ lives specific
insured and the average creased estate taxes if the family
there should be wife insuranceto
coverage is $10,600. is in the high income bracket
Although women have an estimated : the wife dies before her

n .. $110 billion of life insur- (1)) Cover final expenses in husband and the marital deduc-
_k -- ance, this represents .only .15 the event of death. Hastings' estimate tion is lost. The hike in the fed-

per cent of the total hue insurance is that the expenses of eral estate tax can run into
The Drama of Lost Children FoundSun now in force. Men final medical care, the funeral tens of thousands of dollars.An .

Photographer Eddie Davis captured, in this series of photos taken at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Weber, the tension own the overwhelming proportion itself and all other incidentals ordinary life policy will

and the relief of the father and mother of missing children. In the center photo, dangling unobstrusively from the hand of Mrs. of the $730 billion of life .average $5,000 enough to build up cash value and retirement

Shirley Weber, is the Roman Catholic rosary with which she prayed for the safe return of her three missing boys, 7-year-old insurance outstanding. wipe out most family nest. income, but if the objec-
twins Tim and Tom, and 5-year-old'Dennis II. The other photos show the parents and children being reunited. Although women on average eggs and put the surviving matein tive is strictly protection, a 20-
live five to seven years longer debt. year term policy will fill the

than men, of course many wivesdo (2) Help care for the young need and be considerably

I Avalanche More About names. die before their husbandsand children, for a fair period at cheaper.The .
Mexican Quake' "They apparently were fast many die when their children .least, if the mother is not present fundamental point is that

Carries 14To asleep from exhaustion" Rob- are very young. About hal to handle the task. The cost the loss of a wife and motheris

: Lost erts theorized. of these wives have no insur- of a competent housekeeper to a financial blow to the fam-

| Deaths . This morning, their father ance at all. take care of a young child or ily as real although not as
Takes 31 LivesBy >', said they were eating eggs At a recent annual meeting of young children will run into hun- readily measurable as the
and toast, red-eyed from cry. "The Million Dollar Round Ta- dreds of dollars a month. The loss of the husband and bread
\ CHAMONIX, France (AP) From Page 1 ing and subdued."I ble" an elite group of about husband who complacently as- winner. Wife insurance is a

A snow avalanche rumbleddown MORRIS W. ROSENBERG northeast. Buildings swayed in I guess they've been punished 3,800 life underwriters who have sumes his wife always will be way to safeguard the family

Aiguille Verte peak in the MEXICO CITY (AP) The Mexico City but damage was The boys father, Dennis, a I' enough," he said. sold $1 million or more of life in around to care for the young- against this loss.
Mont Blanc today, reportedly 30-year-old graduate student at
range earthquake that rocked Mexi- light and only one man was !
carrying 14 persons to co's Pacific coastal state of slightly injured. the University of Florida, said
their deaths. the boys were swimming at the j
Guerrero took 31 lives, the gov-
L ernment says, but no damageor Reports reaching the federal Highland Court Manor Pool last BUS.INESS. MARKET s _ _
Charles Bozon, world slalom
Guerrero when
government fromx night another of the No- REPORT
casualties were reported in -- -
ski champion in 1962, was reported state said most of the 31 victims bles' six children told them to
among the victims. the crowded resort of Acapulco.The : were crushed under collapsing go home. RED VIEW V'I
Four professors from the Na- quake early Monday was buildings in mountain : _
tional School for High Moun- felt both in Acapulco and in this villages. Instead, they went on what _
tains, which trains mountain capital city 175 miles to the was apparently a "scouting ex
Acapulco l radio station XEBB
N Y S E Most Active Stocks
guides and ski instructors, and said it had confirmed 18 deathsin pedition" of the woods they'd
nine student guides were believed I I Dairymeni Coyuca de Catalan, 100 miles been warned to stay out of. Comp. Vol. Close Changes I Readers'

to have been in the par- north of the resort, and reported Nobles said he and his wife, 80,800 Leh Port C 15% off V RequestThe I

ty. ,II I i the village had been de- Shirley, got worried by 7 and 68,400 Fore Dair Y 12V4 up %
I I, hours Bruising
Here spent the next two -
stroyed. 51,800 Chrysler 50% off 4'
Bozon was said to have joined the northeast section of I
the volunteer. Often Another report said four per- 50,800 Gen Motors 90 up % following market quotations !
group as a Gainesville the requested specifically by readers
hunting boys. are
I..1 called France's greatest skier, Dairymen are meeting here sons were killed in Ciudad Alta- 50,100 US Steel 59% up % of the Sun financial page. The quotaSTOCI LISTINGS
l Bozon won the special slalom today to interpret the signifi- mirano and that 80 per cent of Police help was called. Lt. I 46,900 Ey Paso Ng 21%up 1% ions arc furnished by I

event at the World Ski Games cance of court rulings which the buildings there were de Courtnay A. Roberts of the 42,600 Mc Don A Wi 28% unch PiercCWulbernMurpheyNEW .

here on Feb. 13, 1962. have virtually wiped out regulatory -stroyed. Gainesville Police Departmentsaid 38,600 RCA 32% off %

The group was going up the powers of the Florida Acapulco, packed with tour-' his entire 15 man after-I 36,900 Sunray 31% up % YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Searle GD .90 6H4

{ 12,000-foot Aiguille Verte peak Milk Commission. ists, was shaken for about halfa noon shift of officers 36,700 Gen Tel El 33% up % Singer ..... 2.00 92%

when caught by the avalanche.An 1 The two-day meeting includesall minute. voluntarily at midnight last 33,200 Plough 35% off % Smith Kin _---.-.. 1.20a 62% Dow Jones Averages
hour before the party segments of the dairy industry -' The tremor in Mexico City night for the search. i 32,700 Here Pdr 45% up % Abbott Lab __ 2.40 41% Sou Cal Ed -..._ 1.05 32
started out, a professor from as well as commission was the capital's sharpest sincea : 31,500 Pure Oil 56% off % Gallied Chem 1.80 55% St Oil Cal ?.?....:,'...... 2.00 64% 84-1.24 .I Indust. I up 1.35
I the school flew over the area members. 1957 earthquake that took 66 This morning, they were join- 30,100 Control Data 96% up 2% Amerada Pt 2.00 84% St Oil Ind 2.00b 79% 218.65 I Rails I off 0.28
loadsof
and that Early this year, the U.S. Supreme lives. Buildings swayed, walls ed by three to four car A S E Most Active Stocks Sterl .65
in 29K.
a helicopter reported cracked and tourists men from the Alachua Coun- Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44 Drug - 144.44 I Uti I up 0.38
weather was clear and condi- Court ruled that the Florida frightened 72,200 Silver Ark Pres % up % Amer Enka _.. . 1.40a 54% Texas Util ._?...-..-. 1.20 60%
rushed into the streets in their Sheriff's Office plus two 300.90 Stocks 0.31
ty I I
up
Milk Commission could not Mead Johnson 17% Vt .
tions ideal for the excursion. and number of 40,900 up Amer Hone 1.44a 69% Textron 1.40 43%
I Reports received in Chamonix. discriminate against milk imported nightclothes.The reached of search volunteer planes workers a like Nobles. 40,800 Massey Ferg 28% up % Amer M Fdy .90 22 .Tidewater 30% 5,070,000 I Volume I 2,420,000Redwing
quake a grade
said that the body of Bozon had from other states. Enlarging The weren't found last 40,100 Peru O&M 2% unch Armco Stl ....- 3.00 75% Trans W A .-.. -w.. 46%
6 the Mercali scale of 12 at boys -
been recovered. on this ruling, the U.S. on 38,800 Syntex 72 up 1% Atch Topka 1.20a 34% Union Pac ......-.- 1.60a 49%
the Mexico City Observatory.The night, although rescuers passed
Carriers 61ft
District Court in Tallahassee
____ 1.5Cb 54%
Und Air L
I _ .. __ .... last month enioined the, milk 1957 quake registered 8. within feet of them, calling their MUTUAL FUNDS Baxter Lab _- .36 23 46% _-u 1.00 51 Ric Group _........._.... 6%
Beech LF S 1.10 % Upjohn
Left commission from requiring, "by Walter _. 23% Speery R. WTS. ._.._ 7
Nothing Affiliated Fund ..__ 9.02 Bristol My .80 64V4 Jim
_....._.... ... ..
of enforcement of its Syntex 72
means STUCK Capital Life & GR 10.24 Brown Shoe 3.40 96% War Lamb -.-..-...- .70 28% -
"rules or otherwise," any distributor FLASHES Divers Growth10.10 Brunswick ... .. 9% Worthintn ....-...- 1.50 39% Tampa Elec _.._ 25%
; But FrameA to favor Tech Measur ......_._ 19V.
Floridaproduced MARKET 112
Dividend Shares 3.82 Cambell S ___ 2.40 36% Xerox _.__
milk over out-of-state milk. I Dreyfus __.. 20.771 Carter Pdt __- 1.ooa 18 Zenith ._._..._... 1.20a 68'/4 TWA WTS ..._.. 283'4
car reported stolen recently This wiped out commission : NEW YORK (AP-The stock age of 30 industrials had gained Fidelity Capit - 11.671 Case J I .......-.. ... 18% Valspar .. 8IA

in Gainesville has been found regulations which assured flor- market dawdled early this aft 1.35 to 845.59. Fidelity Fund 18.29. Cessna Air .____.- -- 1.00 26% EXCHANGE N. Y.
near Palatka stripped and ida dairy farmers a market for ernoon, barely holding to the Fidelity Trend 19.39 Ches Ohio 4.00 79% OVER THE COUNTER Listing

burned with nothing left but the their milk. Distributors were plus side.Trading. Gains of around a point were Fund'tal Invest _ _ 11.24 Cdas S Gas,....-.,.__- 33 Late
frame, the Florida Highway Pa- left free to go out of state to made by Sears Roebuck, Raytheon NEW YORK (AP-The following bland Morning
was moderately ac Income of Boston 8.53 CBS ,. _.._._......._1.80b 45%
trol reported.The buy up surplus milk at prices U.S. Gypsum and Scher- asked quotations supplied by the
Incorporated Inc ___-_ 10.04 Comb !Eng 1.20 28% AllisChal Harv '.
21 Int 81
National Association of Securities Dealers
auto, a 1963 Plymouth below that prevailing in Florida. tive.Most ing. IBM added 3 points.
: prices were mixed and I Keystone K-2 5.69 Cone Mills --- .80 19% Inc.* do not represent actual transactions Alcoa 71% Int Nick 81%
Convertible, was reported miss- small. I Among the chemicals, East- Keystone S-3 17.14 Cont Airl .-....--- .40 24% but are the NASEXs estimate AmAir 45 Int Pap 33
ing Thursday evening from a Put ProbationFor Keystone S-4 4.88 ContI Ins 2.20 58 of the range within which these securl
lot behind the State on American Telephone, advancing -.man' Kodak, Union Carbide and -- ties could have been sold (bid) or Am Brk 55% Jones&L 82%
parking block- of Life 'Investors 20.79 Contrl Data 96% AmBdPar 42% Kais Al 38%
V4 on an opening Du Pont tacked on about hal bought (asked):
Theatre by its owner, Michael Life Stock Fund 8.09 _ _..1.50 63%
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Corn Pdts
its, new I AmCan 48% Ken'cott 82%
.30,000 shares equaled a point.
Hilley of 414 SW 2nd St. ForgeryJohn and then Mass. Inv Stock 16.93 Delta Air .. .......... 1.60 82% Alico Land 6% AmCyan 65% lAg & My 76%
Yesterday a formal stolen car .high of 75 set Monday Other gainers in that range in- Amer Fidel Life ... .... 24V4
Mass. Inv Growth 8.99 Det Steel __ ..... .60 15% -
I. AmMot 14% Lorillard 43%
was sent across the Kinsey Webb of Gainesville :dropped'back.Chrysler cluded Caterpillar, RCA, American -- Amer Heritage 23%
message Pioneer Fund 9.74 Emerson El _______ 1.00 43tt AT&T 74% Mag'vox 32%
state, and back came the report was sentenced to five which enjoyed an sales 18' Smelting, and Baltimore & Puritan Fund .._.-....._.._. 9.73 Fair Camera..,-..- .50g 23% Amer Mat Ins 21% AmTob 33Vs MM&M 60%
from the Florida Highway years probation yesterday on a per cent increase in its car Ohio. Amer Pioneer Life 6%
Putnam Growth ._._._._. 9.67 Finan'l Fed 48 Ampx Cp 25% Mohasco 13%
Patrol station in Palatka. The charge of forgery by Circuit rate in June over a year ear- Small gains were posted by
TV & Elec ..- ..-. 8.23 Fst Chartr .-.-..-.. 1.97f 33% Anheuser Busch 52% Anaconda 43% Mons'to 78%
auto had been found in weeds Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. lier, lost most of its half-point U.S. Rubber Woolworth, United Value Line Inc _________ 5.65 Fla E Cst 12% Anodyne ,-.. ..-- 4% Armour 51% Mont Wd 37%
west of Palatka. Webb had pleaded guilty. gain in later trading.. General Aircraft Xerox and Pennsylvania -Wellington Fund 15.32 Food Fair .90 23% Citizens Bank .....-.w.... 36 Babcock 32% Nat Dair 84%
New Government Judge Adkins said a pre-sen- Motors and Ford were off minor Railroad: FMC Corp 1.00 57J/4 Comsat Corp 23% B&O 43 Nat Dist 26%

tence investigation showed fractions.The Prices advanced in moderate Frito Lay .. .-. 41V4 Conn Lt & Pow 38% Beth Stl 38 N. Am Av 49%
AMMAN, Jordan (AP-Ex- Webb's problems seemed to Associated Press 60-stock trading on the American Stock Ike Doesn'tWant Gen Tele ....-.. .. -88 33% Cowles Mag & Pb 11% BoeingBorden 55% Penney 55V474V4

Premier Bahjet Talhouni who stem from drinking. average at noon was ahead .1 Exchange. Ga Pacif ..._ ___ .- l.OOb 53% Dunn & Bradst ....,,,....... 58% Pa RR 34%
has been chief of King Hus- A condition of probation is to 317.4 with industrials up .4, Corporate bonds were higher To Getty Oil - -_ .10g 24V4 Firs West. Fin'c'l -.- --. 14% Brunswk 9% Pep Cola 59%

sein's royal cabinet, will form I that Webb must .leave alcohol rails off .5 and utilities up .2. and governments were mostly Grace Co ........-- l.OOb 57% Florida Gas 10% Celanese 66% Phil Mor 78%

a new Jordanian government. alone. At noon the Dow Jones aver- unchanged., Hel Curtis .-..._..... .80 18V4 Ha Nat'l Bank ... ...... ,64% Chrysler 50% Pt.111 Pet 52%

'Pull IBM ...........- _.. 5.00 488 Fla Tele 26 CocaCola 135% RCA 32%
Strings9NEW Int Min C .,...._...... 1.80a 71% Forrest Labs _ 27 Com Ed 50% Rep Stl 46V4
'WE FELT
FINE'LINDBERGH Int Tele -. 1.00 58 Founders Life _._._...-.. 8% Con Edis 90% t.......n 35%
YORK: (AP) DwightD. Kellogg -..........-.... .80a 46% Franklin Life ..w.-..._ 57% Cont Can 52% Rey Tob 43%
Eisenhower is quoted by Lehman CP 1.34e 29% Great American .______--, 12% Dow Che 72% StReg P 30

Two Live in Undersea ChamberMIAMI Norman Cousins' editor of the Litton In _._._._.. 1.98f 65%I Grolier 43% duPont 255 Seaboard 50%

Saturday Review, as, saying, lAne S CM .....- 1.00 20% Gulf Life _ 55% EAL 31% Sears 122%
"The last. thing in the world I Marsh Fld _ 1.60 43% Herff Jones _ 13% E. Kodak 135% Sinclair 46V4

Fla. (AP) "If a; to the 600-foot level, probably in : Then, they were lowered the bottom, the divers wen: wanted to do in my retirement Martin M ............. 1.00 17% Home Ins .- ?- .-, 63% Firestone 4m Socony 84V4
live and work 600 feet the was to try to run a political or- McG Hill r.-.. .60a36% Jax Minit Mkts .. ......"7% Fla Pw 46% SouthnC 62
man can same area near Great quickly to the bottom in a pres- whisked to the surface in the
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ganization or give orders or Mead Corp .......- 1.70 48 Kennasaw Life 11% FIa P&L 23% SperryR 14%
under the he Stirrup Cay in the Bahamas."We .
sea, can conquera surized elevator, to a depth pressurized elevator and transferred "
frontier big the African could have down pull strings. Merkd r_. 2.00a Life of Fla _. 5% Ford 52% StO NJ 89%
as as stayed :where of 194
pressure poundslper to a decompression -80 52V4 _____ Frmst Da 12% Studebak 7%
Natl Air Lowes Company 20
continent and rich in oil, minerals indefinitely, a smiling Lindbergh inch but chamber in i The July 11 issue of the
which
collapsed
and fo d." said Monday after he and quare they spent 94 mag- N Y Centl ..r_._. .50g 41 Milgo Electron _ _ 10% FreptjSul 35}! $wift 54%
Stenuit 30 author and did not burst cans containingfood hours before emerging tc I azine carries an account of ant Nia M Pow ..._._.... 2.00 52% Mort Guaranty ,Ins 25% FrpehTr 32V4 Texaco 79.
This statement was made by underwater, Belgian and water. breathe surface air for the firs: interview that Cousins had with Norfolk W 6.00 140% Pacific.SW Air .-..,_.._. 47% .Gen Dyn 26% Thiokol 14V4

Edwin underwater A. Link exploration, 60, a pioneer three of from a decompression explorer, chamber emerged They wore suits made of foam time in six days. the former president at histo No Ind P S ......_-- 1.48 56% Schlitz Brew, .._....t ..._ 49% ,Gen El '82% U Carbid 125%
"There was never a momentof Previously divers have had I Gettysburg Pa., home June 26. No Nat Gas 1.80 54 Secur Life & TR _.- :.. -.. 59% Gen Fds 23% Unit Airc 49%
weeks before he sandwiched between
ago-shortly fear rubber come up from working depths; Cousins wrote that Republican Olin Math 1.20 46% Southern Nitro,.' .r'-.._-r 20 Gel tills 41%, Un Fruit 22%
left for the Bahama Islands in only some concern
Diver about the double layers of latex and in- very slowly while their bodies; presidential aspirants and Owens n G _ 2.50 102Vi Travelers'Ins'-, ._',_ .. -46% Gen Mtrs, 89% US Steel 59%
his research vessel Sea worked equipment-but every- flated with compressed air. acclimated to steadily loweringpressures. : their supporters have beset Ei- Pac G & E 1.00 3M Aerihet-Gen _.._.:....,.;.,:'31% .Goedrich-53%*Univ Mat 12

Now. Link is back with proof thing perfectly. We remained At the bottom, they lived in senhower in attempts "to capture Pac Lting ,._ 2.40 30% Analex Corp .._...,_...._.,,, 24% Goodyr 43% WestgEl 31
that man can operate with efficiency mentally alert and physically an inflatable rubber chamber Another ;phase of Link's i the favor of a man who Pac T & T 1W .29 Aqua Chem _______ 17% Greyhnd 5311 Winn Dix 37%
at that depth. capable' at all times. nine by four feet in diameter ."man-in-the-sea" project is the has no desire to direct or become Pan Amer A L20 36% Aurora Plastics 25Vi Gull.Oil 56% Woolwth 28%

For two days and nights Elated over the flawless functioning and equipped with bunks, communication development of search and l enmeshed in partisan political Parke Day ....-- 100 29 Barnes Engineer .-_-.._.. alA !I ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS
under Link's watchful eye, Jon of diver suits and depth' instruments food rescue ability at great depths, warfare." Pennzoil... 2.00 35 Butler Shoe 9% Purchases 511,517

Lindbergh and Robert Stenuit chambers he designed for this and its own air supply of 97 percent The '''Navy gave its assistance Pfizer ._.._._... JBQa 48% Chromaloy ,.,, ,. ., ., 17% Short Sales .--_----,_,-- 1,545
worked, ate and slept on the experiment, link said he would helium and 3 per cent oxy- after disaster struck the nuclear -: Eisenhower is quoted as say- Phelps DG 3.00 65% Cinerama ....,.....-_..,, 7% Other Sales ....,..._.... 477,307
bottom of the Atlantic Ocean 430 start work at once on more 'advanced ' submarine Threashei. ing: Polaroid .._._..._...._ .20 147V4 Computer Sci . ., ?. 19% Total Sales ,_,.._.,,,,,.,, 478,852

feet below the surface. equipment for the November gen.While below the capability of presen t l l"Trying to dictate who the Pub SV E G 2.60 38% Cutter Labs A ...,.........,, 16H PREVIOUS DAY'S

Lindbergh, 31, son of avi project.The Link watched on closed equipment. man should be who would offer Pure Oil .-.....__.. 1.60 56% Data Control ___ __ 50 STOCK MARKET

ation's famous pioneer, CharlesA. I historic dive introduced a circuit television, they swam Link inventor of the Linl; himself to the voters for the Rayonier .-...-.. 1.00 36% Fulton Inds .._.,.._...-. 9% Advances _...._...-,.....,.,,, 662
Lindbergh said "we felt fine number of innovations. outside frequently. Three hours Trainer in which pilots are given most important job in this country -Rexall .-.._...... .50b 49% Gen Develop ., 4% Declines ._....-..... 464

all the time." I Lindbergh and Stenuit were a day was spent exploring the "flight time" without leaving: is completely out of keeping Reyn Metl .._.,,.... .50 38% Mackey Airlines ____ 5% Unchanged _ ,_- 273

Link immediately began ,conditioned to the 430-foot() depth sand and coral bottom and-taking the ground, turned to sea exploration with what I want to. door, Rich Merr 1.00. 42% Mead Jahnson 17% Total Issues -..--.--...... 1,395

preparations for a November 'in a compression chamber on pictures. after retiring from ai I indeed what I believe anyone R C Cola 1.20 77 Pac NW TeIe ..-...- 23Vi New 1963-64 Highs.,........ 102

expedition that will send divers :the deck of the Sea Diver. After 43 hours, 5 minutes on industrial career. has the right to do. Roy Dutch 1.73g 45% Philips Elec .............. 40 New 1963-64 Lows ,-.- 12



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; What' your problem? For a ..enI 'MANTLE HITA IT, CllARUE 13ROWN fff ANINCH RULER!

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I DEAR ABBY' : Please save my sanity and tell me if I tht. difference?" I. would appreciate it if you would please I :,' . Ft7LOO ATCWh /T/72S YORS&IPJH&M OH-SOBy SNM005

am wrong I refused our 17-year-old son permission to in- tell ,him (in your column) what the difference is. He thinks 7TtAR'SNOTHIN'UKEA. IEAPSINTVASK1LLETWlFCANDLES NGWGR/Ly/rcJOYRlLLY THEY7LL4YYt7ACAKE- (SOUR GREATEST 1NATCHERAL

vite his 16-year-old girl friend along on our family vacationto Tm jealous because she's a fun-loving, middle-aged widow .ar SHMOQMDRE r1ft WCOOKS ITS U1. fc. I d RESOURCE.!!

the New York World's Fair. ,(We live in Colorado.) and not too bad looking. THlgv AIM570 Fl-EASE!! SELF'O'77IIPNM tr

There seems to be a new fad taking root these days. ,BATON ROUGE ..

Parents are trying to "prove" to their teen-aged children DEAR BATON: The "difference" is a matter of etiquette. I.

that they "trust" them, so they are letting them invite Dinner Invitations are properly extended to the wife. Tell

their steadies on:family trips. Our son claims that every- your husband that the next time the "socially prominent

body else is doing it and now he :is shame-faced becausehis lady" calls his office with a "Vawll come to dinner" In-

girl has already obtained her parents' approval andI vitation, he should inform her that if "Yawll" means bothof ;

won't let him ask her: I would like your opinion of this you, she should call YOU. ::
whole idea. I

t NOT THAT MODERN DEAR ABBY; I. am a young and attractive ((1 am told) ,

DEAR NOT: Picnics and one-day family outings are one ,vid w. I have put away my engagement diamond and my y t 1

thing, but family vacations are for families. I think wedding band and wear no jewelry on my hands whatso-

your judgment :was' sound. Don't back down. Of all the ever. It is evident that I am unmarried but for some rea- BALLS 0 FIRE!! JUGHAID!! WHAR o

weak-kneed reasons to do something,' that old stand-by son every ,man I meet assumes that I am a divorcee. I == THEM THINGSCOUIDNT DID YE PUT'lORE NEW /
"everybody else is doing it" is by far the poorest. have heard that one can, buy a widow's band which is a HAVE MAIL-ORDER SHOES? c 0 o

plain black enamel ring to be worn on the wedding ring E-c I-C TOOK WINGS AN' I WANT TO SHOW 'EM 9, r -

DEAR ABBY: A socially prominent lady in this town L' finger to signify widowhood. It would certainly simplify mat- FLEW OFF TO ELVINEV 3 '' a '

forever handing out those "Y'awfl come up and see me .ters for me if you could tell me where I can buy one of
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sometime" invitations which, of course, don't mean a ''thing. these rings.
But what about the propriety of her ringing up my husband A WIDOWDEAR
at his office and asking if "Y'awlT will come to WIDOW: I have never heard of a "widow's" band.

dinner Our home telephone number is in the book, ,but Don't worry about, being regarded as a divorcee. You can rRfD

she has never called me. My husband says, "Oh, what's straighten out the record with one well-timed sentence. 8 r
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nating new idea in travel It is; boarding, though the firstfew rough Appalachian roadbed the train leaves at 5 p.m. Central .1 ,

called the train. It is marvel hours may put heavy thing creaks and groans like a Standard time, and not 5 I 'v
strains on the p.m. :> I
person unaccustomed -
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ous. It hugs to train travel. ship at sea, and in the black Central Daylight time. Another

bears you along at onetenththe hours with a screech and a jolt steaming hour to kill with the I fg'r'I 1U1
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frequent stops to allow close he has probably brought a witness brakes it the wakes fires the of sleeperto Pitts- baggage. Do not ask why the i k LU :

scrutiny of The American land- number of high status newspa- burgh. trains refuse to operate on local

scape.It pers and big business journals, time. It is a mystery, like why ,

is especially recommendedfor to be read ostentatiously during WITH MORNING, it is racing they 'force people to change In BCJy! I GUE55 OH! U

the ruling classes who take-off to show that he is notonly across the Indiana flatlands Chicago. The trains have their I I I '_. eau couL rr is you1lEAhl
suffer from the delusion that being a cool customer but a man and by breakfast it is gliding I- $TAhD A GETTING } Uf 7JP?
shot the continent in who never wastes a moment into the steel labyrinth of Chicago -dignity. They do not put them- a -a T21M, x:. 4.w A LITTL_ ,
across I
a metal cylinder is,the_ ultimatein Alone in his private train room, already shimmering un selves out for people. I...-I COOKIE : '' LONG

.' he will find this material us brass sky. It is still. AND '<
*
fancy living enecessary THEN at last, It is moving -
less and silly. to change trains to
ttpa
A substantial train trip as
again
through the dusk.
tj
cross the The
Mississippi.
explanation d 1
from Washington Denver After half an hour 1
a periodin Across the d
is a nystery to all but Mississippi and into I
takes two nights. Trains provide which he would normally expect I
railroad men. Hogs can cross Iowa and hurtling down across,
ingenious private rooms to be approaching Pittsburgh '
and the continent without changing'trains Nebraska, I:..c
complete with plumbing -he may start wandering restoring serenity.By .
beds. Seasoned air travelers the train nervously,,asking how but as someone can't.The used to say, morning it is a new worldof I
people 77YOTKE
will be delighted to find that far it has gone. It will be just vast crystal sky and sagebrush I

once seated or reclining In outside Silver Spring, Md., per- result is a day of toil. pounding toward the j

these rooms, privacy is abso-, haps 20 miles beyond Washing Baggage must be unloaded, Rocky Mountains.

i shipped to another station,
lute.Young women-with glass I I ton.As the evening wears on and stored. Hours must be killed in Fifty miles across the prairie, X IVONT EC THROUGH XlL 66 W THE HHJjCL Y3UOS6 DARKER XV& KSA6ARY
smiles do not barge in to ask if thegreat diesels start their labored Chicago. Nobody can for the peaks are still creased with GOING TO MAKE A ) ITS JUST THAT XVEX HERE FOR ANOTHER /GRILL'.CAME &/ / 7 HOPING IP SEE XX.'IYE A
say
seatbelt is fastened, to of- certain snow. At Denver the air is hot AL 6000 GOLFER ONE yQOT A 60CP TEACHER HOUR OK SO!r-rtf WHEN ill'RE READY OlIE5T10N xD UKE To ASK,'
or how ,
a the hours
curve over darkening many for the r; OF THESE DAYS,PATH. 5 fer chewing gunT or to;: push Appalachians, be will discoverthe trains have their own time, and dry and sparkling, and the'' YtOU HOA IEr j

coffee, tea and milk. There is diner and the lounge and only] mathematicians understand westering man who could have

no amplifier. And so, the,traveler | begin to notice f,e a t u res of it. made the whole trip in five ,
Is! not harassed with periodic America that are invisible from' hours by jet arrives with a t
reports from the engineer, announcing -' 30,000 feet That the eastern I' In Chicago is 98 degrees in sense of having made an exped ;< %
the shade. The streets melt- ition.
the train's speed or countryside is carpeted with are
describing the glorious"sunset ing. One begins to curse the \
black-eyed susans. That country He has not merely been ,
train. And, also, to feel heroic on an ,
off the locomoUve's
dry gulch just
over
I children I still stand by rail
elevator ride. He has traveled !
left window. i about making such a hardship (
road tracks to wave at people and he feels it Two whole days
journey west j
The fast trains that head west bound for Chicago. from '
Washington to Denver!
IJ I
out of Washington depart at teatime And then with night ,fall, the I Back to ,the station through The pioneers couldn't have arrived to 1 .

There is no ,luggage' train is a cocoon of soft light I layers of heal for the night with a greater sense L., 1

weigh-in at the terminal and no rushing through the starred. tun train to Denver. Get the bag- pride. OfJ I Ir

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T'uesdoy. July 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun 13


TO ESCAPE RECOLLECTIONS Woodcraft '



I Group BeingFormed 1 I ) I f aPE BAT L EPOS ov E TAM ODE WANT AD = .l

r'- -
Jackie To Move To New York r i GENUFLECTIONACROSS .

HereAlfred
29. Embarrass R O N O R A L P PH. 372-8441

1. Responsibilities 31. Recipient P I N K V 1ST q

I( \ Kern ftnrk mimes lions that assailed her In the sr r.r *r rrarlx .,., .,. : It Bass, has been ap 32. Bombast I T T O R S E L I ti for I

, By HOMER BIGART capital. pointed, director of a Boys of 11.6. Isolate Hourly 33. Liability SIC SHOT H O T I Classified OnlyDEADLINES I '

"While she will always main- Woodcraft Sportsmen's Club' 13. Music 35. Bib.name AFAR oN GEMS .
1 NEW .. ,. '
YORK Mrs. John F. 37. Social ,
)t. .4. I
tain her close ties in Washington 'v 7.. gyp.q .S '.. being organized in Gainesville, drama 38 Kimono NEW C A R :
Kennedy, oppressed by poignant ;" the statement said "Mrs. according to Charles A. Martin,' 14. Flavor ofgum H
memories of her life in Wash- 4< sash C A N T A N K E R O U S Tues. thro Frt. paperS lun. Day before publication

Kennedy feels that the change. state manager of the Woodmenof U.'arlrty ofchalcedony AGO NEED I D A For ads la go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
rigton with the late President, the 15. Carried ona For ads to go.1n Mon. paper-I p.m. Sat.
World Life
of environment in New York, . .. Insurance BET DONE GOW G.
announced yesterday that she here.Clarence war Minimum ad 4 lines)
I from Georgetown and its many Society 16. Solemn 43. Motionless i3 5

would give up her Georgetownhome memories, will be beneficial to E. Thomas and Joseph exaltation[ 45.Writer of SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY PUZZLE FAMILY RATES I

and move to New York in her and the children." 'z i R. Hope, both of Gaines-I! 17. Promise animal 2.Afresh 8. System ofgovernment e 1 Insertion . 34c lint

early fall. ville stories == 3 Insertions ... 22c line
will be
I Another probable motivationwas 4 ; .;. assistants. 19. Waterfall 46. Explosive 3.Mellow = Insertions ......?..................... 17c line
: The brief announcement indicated Yi. director. 20. More 4. Curved 9. Sandy Insertions 14c line
seen in the fact that Mrs. 47. Leg joints 1-16 : I
that the widow of the Kennedy's home at 3017 N. t. ,.,. .. ... P. M. Herndon, of Gainesville, recent 48. Black letter 10. Youth x number charge of computed Insertions.by multiplying total lines .x rate earn

J slain president wished to esIape Street Northwest has becomea rktto Woodmen of the World district 22. Extinct snake 5. Splintered 12. Enough: h
bird 6. In what ,

( from the tragic recollec- major tourist attraction. The .;.y..w.a; .::'ur w.. .ar :. manager, will act as secretary I 24. Clip DOWN way 18.poet Snare i S Five" letter words per .line I IE

NOTICE OF SALE three-story brick house, which of the club and enroll members.!' 27. Bleakest 1. Onion 7. Iridescent gem 20. Forty
3sa. :z e cgs. I
to whom it may concern: she bought last winter, has The club, sponsored by Adult winks Same as 2 lines

.You are motor hereby vehicle notified: 1963 that the Pontiac following been under constant surveil- < t Camp No. 5, will meet in the I Z J 4 5 6 1 0 9D 21. Heating m 8 Pt. ordinary type

) Tempest 2217 tudor hardtop sport coupe.' lance I.O.O.F. Hall in Gainesville. It' apparatus .12 Pt. Same as 3 lines I
by visi i
camera-carrying /I IZ Ij .
ordinary type
Ho. 263P42735 will be sold at public sale 23. Devoured i \
It 11:00 A.M. o'clock on the 13th day of tors, eager for a glimpse of is the forty-sixth Boys'.of Wood .
24. Rider Sameas 4 lines
I luly, 19" at 1321 North Main Street, MRS. KENNEDY craft 14 i 5.1 Hag.gard 1 O
Gainesville Florida. Mrs. Kennedy and her children, Sportsmen's Club to be ) novel c I Q P t. ordinary tys-

lied The first proceeds to the of payment the sale of will the be costs ap- six-year-old Caroline and three- . Beneficial Changeher organized in Florida. There are l6 / /& IJLT 25. Non-metal' 1_

t If retaking storing and sale of said year-old John Jr. children will establish more than 600 clubs throughoutthe lie element 24 D4"r Same .s s IIIIff
rioter vehicle and the cost of psblica- / It 23
with ZO 21 26. T Binary typoThe
lon of notice of sale and then to the I' Mrs. Kennedy disclosed that temporary residence at the country some 25,000 ,; Originate .
latisfactlon of the balance due under members. 28. Rubbish
tie contract with Mrs. Judith A. Bowen'' she planned to sell both the Carlyle Hotel, 35 East 76th St. Zt IS 16 : 27 1zt 30.Soak, as
Garland, 407 N.W. 15th Street. Apt. F, = Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one |
house and
Wexford
Georgetown The
ainesville, Florida Kennedys generally stayed 30 31 flax incorrect Insertion. nor will it be Hat:* for any error In advcri .
( fig of said motor e hiclewAnsurplus the country home near Middle- at the Carlyle during the Presi Says BirdsAffected 34. Finest tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space oar |
Ml be paid to you and you will re- '. = pled by the Item In the advei tisement. Nn adlustment will i
rtain liable for any balance remaining burg, Va., that she and the dent's visits to New York. 32 JJ'* / .0n Oklahoma = be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
:/"h /z rf// the advertisement.
said contract. Indian
mpald ASSOCIATES under DISCOUNT President had built only a short Friends of Mrs. Kennedy said ByState's 35 36 37 38 39 40 38. Of the ear i

CORPORATIONP.O. time before he was assassi she probably would seek an 5
Box 64GAINESYILLE. 39. Nibble The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or r.-
FLORIDA nated last November. apartment on one of the side */ 4t 49 44 40. Freezer EJecting any advertisement which It deems cblectional and to
COLLECTION MANAGER Growth chance the classification of any tfv rtisement from that ordered
{Attorney or representative) When she comes to New Yorkin streets of the upper east side 4S 46 41. Inquire tn conform to the policy of the paper.

' ;:467) 7:7 the fall, Mrs. Kennedy and in the 60's or 70's. 42. Abstract IiE

; N THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A slide program on Florida 47 46 being "",,,,"WWlllIIIIIIIIIIIUIIWWIlIIIII"UII"_____.m."n"n..n.lnlllmmIlIIIIIIIIftIIIllIIlIlI"' "_"" ".......'.............,.......................n,..._ ."."."."."."........0.-
IUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY, Florida. birds and conservation by Uni- 44. Ar : lotage
IN PROBATEN of Florida time 24 mine Af Newale.fu,,* 7-7 12 Male Help Wanted
RE: ESTATE OF Income Tax Time in 65 versity biology professor for
I INNIE MAZO, Dr. Minter Westfall was WAiitRi>>, college students night
Deceased. shift. Apply In person University
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE presented at yesterday's Gaines- Inn to Mr. Ponn.

IPPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE -- --- - ----
Hit Harder ville Exchange Club meeting. 3 MEN NEEDED Apply Electro-
May Many
tO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: lux Corp., 2224 NW eih SU or
Notice' Is hereby given that I have Chinese CLASSIFIEDDial call FR 2-7111.
lied my final report as executrix of The former warden Deny
game ex-
MEAT CUTTER -.Dart time. Must
he estate of Annie Mazo. deceased;
hat I have filed my petition for final New ftrurk atmru treasury on the basis of tax plained some of the problems Road .a. be sober and reliable. Must apply
( Pscharge, and that I will apply to the Buildingc In person. East Side Markef -
collections in the months follow
honorable H. H. McDonald. County By EDWIN L. DALE Jr. among species of vanishingbirds 1434 Hawthorne Rd.

I lodge of Alachua County, Florida, on ing the tax cut. $400
familiar to Floridians.He ( ) New York Times 3764672Announcements
WASHINGTONAmerican
he 5th' day of August 1964 for apiroval COMMISSION SALESMEN In
of the same and for final disc ; HONG KONG Communist any area or local area, to sell
; have not moved in first month which firm noted that the state'sgrowth ,
taxpayers The
I arge as executrix of the estate of i on China denied today that its w Try finished block homes on owners
\ Mazo, deceased. large numbers to have their conclusions could be based was including marsh drain- lot. Straight 20 year payout. If
This 2nd day of July. 1964. troops were building a new road experienced see Mr. McMurtry,
Llbbye Mazo employers increase their with- June, and officials are now re- age .and cutting down dimber Province ,, tt. Tampa Builders Monday, July 13,
LIBBYE MAZO across the Yunnan AM to f PM at Holiday Inn
I Executrix of the estate ot Annie holding taxes to avoid extra sonably convinced that the bulkof land, is endangering bird life border into Northwestern Laos.A E t a Route 441 S. Gainesville.

34W Mazo.7:7. 1/deceased.. 21. 28 payments or reduced refunds wage and salary earners more than people killing the complaint had been made 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE ?" , 13-Help Male or Female

---- ;' next year. simply> let their withholdingtaxes birds.A> by Prince Souvanna Phouma, ,
SALUTE-----I' LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention HAIRDRESSER, excellent working
;": WEEK-! This conclusion, of consider- drop in line with the new major concern among the neutralist Laotian premier, Easy Way to nervous Driving School.or elderly.FR ,. ''% 4 conditions. For appointment, call

WACHEE : able importance for the economy schedules in the tax bill. Florida bird enthusiasts is the who said his latest information 7-7002. Lie by State of Fla. ;.1 {Iw M;, 372-5549 or 376-3438.
START
1 R. C. SHOW ;: has been reached by the This means that new purchasing rarity of the Bald Eagle, now! had come from two Chinese 6 SPECIAL NOTICES ? a ,, ,1 the Florida A realestate NEW CAREERIn profession.

THURS. > 10 AM limited primarily to a few areas: Communist soldiers captured in Become a member of Florida's
power is being pumped into WHITE Galaxie gray business suit. finest profession. Multi million
BOX OFFICE OPEN of Florida, Alaska and the the Muong Sing area near the South Main St. Misunderstanding. dollar realestate corporation will
the economy in almost the Try again approx. same time. c pay for your schooling and guarantee
northern U.S. Westfall said.
frontier. employment For Interview,
I III 0 1NOW 12:45 & 6:30 amount anticipated, or $800 mil- United States officials earlier ; I incurred will not be by responsible anyone other for debts than call Ocala 29-792l collect.

Lion a month. WANTED 2 completely honest I Intelligent -
had reported that Peking was myself after this date, July 5.
SHOWTIME 1:10-7:10 Bill's First TestWill ., energetic and effective
1944.
I However, it also means that improving its military access to Olin Scott. Jr. licensed real estate salesmen.
: !I I1NNNN Male or female, who are willingto
..... ..,NNYEtnO ADULTS $1.25CHILDREN II'net tax refunds next April and Burma and Thailand by extending 1964 PARADE OF HOMES work hard with the ultimate
OOIDMYk SOc Be July 17c road network leading from August 9.16..Benefit objective of becoming rich. Ap
1 .iiiiH May will be less by several bil- a Junior Woman's Club Charities. ply Gladys Smith. Realtor. 1221
: La in Yunnan Province See any member for tickets W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393.
., 20th Fox Says No Passes lion dollars than they were this tleng
PAESIEYif ( ) New York Times Laos. PLACEMENT SERVICE
northwestern
through 8 Baby Sitters. Child Care
ATLANTA The United Office Professional
? endANN- year.Many Technical
.: ., : THEH0.1"ATTRACTION individual taxpayerswill States district court today set S. RebuffsCastro KIDDIE KORT CHILD CARE 591 College Graduates
I ARGRETi for hear- U. Day, wk., or mo. Old NewberryRd. For appt. cal 372-4377
make to the date
have to 17 a
.....,.01 CWMtNGs.: OF ALL TMsmuiraniuiracEsi a payment July as Call 2-6661 or 6-4329. 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M.

I ,x 6WRGf-SOD : the treasury instead of owing ing in what the Justice Department Feeler BABY sitting In my home duringthe Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER Friday

It F i nothing or getting a refund, said was the first major can day give, fenced references.back Phone yard.' and FR AcHd 102 NW 2nd Avenue

. + 's others will get smaller refunds legal test of the new civil rights (e) New York Times 2-2986. MANAGER Musician (c colored)
: UnitedStates free to travel abroad Very good
1i than usual and others will WASHINGTON TINY TOT Contact write Edna
pay. or
Smart, simple newt Toss this
law.The
i rebuffed today Mays, P. O. Box 1M, High
I i make a larger payment than in suit was brought here officials PLAY SCHOOLVisit ; (Jacket over everythingdre"es to Springs, Fla.REGISTERED.

I yvegaS
PANAVISION"& : .1AA one-shot cut in the with- 10 minutes after President John- for negotiations until Cuba 24 SE 8th St. FR 4 7106. ting worsted or orlon make this in 360 bed General Hospital. Write
METRO COLe" :
steep
t l record time. Pattern 591: directions to Director of Personnel St. Vin
:+ Color by holding rate from 18 per centto .son signed the measure. The ended her "ties of dependency"on 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDAUNT sizes 32-34 34-38 Included. cent's Hospital. Burrs & St. Johns
t and ceasedto _Ave! Jacksonville.! Fla. 32204
STAR1C the Heartof the Soviet Union
14 per cent provided in the :court was asked by Thirty-five cents In coins for this
I I Atlanta Motel Corporation to promote subversion in Latin JEMIMA'S KITCHEN, want- pattern add IS cents for each 16-Work Wanted Female
THURSDAY tax bill. ed cashier hostess experienced pattern for ist-class mailing and
enjoin Attorney General RobertF. America. waitresses. Apply in person, no special handling. Send to Laura
WEEK ,
3RD DRESSMAKING alterations sewing
This fact was fairly widely from enforcing the Officials acknowledged that. phone calls please. Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft : oall.. kinds. Phone 376-98A4.
1 Kennedy WAITRESSES all shifts, barmaid 5 Dept., P. O. Box 161. Old
publicized at the time the tax public accommodations sectionof they knew of no major instances to 2 A.M., salad girl, experienced Chelsea Station New York 11, N.Y., 18 Schools ( Instructions

IT'S REALLY BIG! bill was enacted, as was the the law of Cuban backed subversion I only.Inn to Apply Mr. Pozln.In person University NAME Print ,plainly ADDRESS PATTERN and ZONE.NUMBER
1I MEN. li women li to M to train for
fact taxpayers have the right to declined
They
1i eeN NOTICE OF INTENTION TO since last November. POSITION open m our credit de BARGAIN! Big, new 19" Nee- CIVIL SERVICE
I have their withholding increased REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME to define precisely the partment. Experience In accounts dlecraft Catalog over 200 designs, Examinations. For Informationsend
gOEThis Pursuant to Section 165.09, Florida Statutes I receivable required. Apply to Mrs. only 25 centsl A must if you knit name, address & Phone No.
by decreasing the number: notice Is hereby given that the undersigned dependency ties this country Kates RUDDY'S. crochet, quilt sew, embroider. Send Key Training Service. 112 W
i p" :" ? of claimed exemptions. r' Mr. G. S. Michaels{ doing busIness wanted severed. I' WANTED one experienced waitress l 25 cents. Adams St., Jacksonville.
of UNITED 16 COMPLETE
under the firm name SPECIAL VALUEI -
___. ........ apply in person to Mrs. Mc-
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Engineering-T.V. Specialists. 2803 N.W. COUN -" '-u...RT IN Cullough between 1 A.M. & 2 QUILT PATTERNS in de- Real I Estate Exam
THE
\ 6th St. Gainesville. Aiacnua County, IN FOR A TCHUA COUNTYr fLORIDA PJM. Hotel Thomas, 615 NE 2nd iuxe, new Quilt Book. For bejlnn ; COURSE
Florida Intends to register said fictitious AND St. !'* experts Send! 50 ifnts 'bw!
1 under the provisions of the aforesaid ATTEND Flrsl lesson free.
name
IN RE: Estate ofFLORENCE HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEwE
Statute. A. 8URNS. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDFULL COLLEGE,
eta W. Univ. Ave
Bag Dated at Gainesville, Florida, this 1
Deceased GENERAL OFFICE WORK FP 6-3507. 3723727.
r day of March. A.D.,1964. NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll position open. Permanent. time maid wanted must
GEORGE S. MICHAELS of FlOR. have health card. references SPEEDWRITINGSPELLINGSecretarial
creditors of the Must be good with figures,
(3424) ':16. 23, 30; 7:7 estate
are hereby transportation. Call 3725347.
BURNS
ENCE A. eto opportunity to learn & work Courses Classes
now
notified and required file any with IBM. Paid vacation
I I : BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn forming. Howell's Business College
claims( or demands plus many other company *
lndhehoffrnaofhthe 211 W Univ. Ave. FR *"
r New up to S5 per hour demon
t I against said estate benefits. Salary com-
r County Judge of Alachua County, FlorIda mensurate with Qualifications strating famous Studio: Girl 3507
I on f Pte'f 1 / I In the Courthouse at Gainesville and ability. Apply In Cosmetics. Full or Part Time.
24 Farm
Florida within six (6) calendar months person to Circulation Dept. Phone 374-4334 after a._ EquipmentfOR
DRIYt IN TH2ATR[ from the date of the first publication Gainesville Sun. CURB GIRLS night shift. Apply
= demand SALE: I Oliver (JO) two row
Each claim or In Restaurant
of this notice. person Jerry's -
2400 rWo<-..Red IN.70 M t-IOH must be in writing and must state the 310 SW 13th St. tractor with cultivator and plow.

placerhosaiment[/ and post betsworn LEGAL secretary shorthand & typ EXPERIENCED waitresses $395.. 442-U71 Terms or can 442-157 be *arranged.Ph. anytime..
Boy / / Held Over! 2nd Big Week and must ing proficiency essential. Legal Apply Humpty Dumpty Restaurant -
Ms
the claimant his( agent or
to by
I experience desirable. Call 374-4491. 310 NW 13th St.
OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 28 Livestock &
attorney, or (It will become void ec SuppliesWANT
SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:45SHRLEYMACLAINE cording to law.CLYDE TWO waitresses wanted, light grill WANTED office girl cashier, experience -
F. MOONEY work experience helpful but not preferred. Apply Humpty TO SEE your hogs properly
Executor of the Esate of nesessary. Good salary. Night Dumpty Restaurant 310 NW finished en dry lot or pasture,
FLORENCE A. BURNS deceased work. Apply Sandwich Inn, 110 13th St._ then try CPA Cooperative Mills
Is a ad e" WHAT A WAY 3451) 6:30; 7:7, 14, 21 NE 16th Ave. FR 6-0924. EASY Spare Time Money yours 12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul
g lets. Special for July. FMX
State BILLING CLER.K mature person lust showing gorgeous Christmas
"The Division of Plant Industry
TO GO 40 hr. week. Typing Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR
Department of Agriculture Room 508 permanent |lob cards to friends relatives. Eern
of Distinction. Seagle Building Gainesville Florida, will & sales work. Call 3741251for ISO to S250. Personalized, relIgious 2-109S or 441-2105
,,receive sealed bids for 5,400 gallons Soil appt. University City Photo- novelty designs. Write for
t. 2nd Action Hit 9:45 Service. 30 PETS SUPPLIES
Free Anniversary Offer Sample
\ I! Fumlgant-DD, Vidden-D, or equal, not later -
MOST OF the time car- THE THIN RED LINE than 11:00 AM. Wednesday July 15, WANTED dental assistant, experienced Outfit on approval. Southern -
your "". Material to be delivered and unloaded or will train. Prefer Greetings, 471 No. Hollywood ONE black female miniature
rier-boy looks and acts like at Winter Haven. Florida." Gainesville resident; typing helpful Dept. 101. Memphis 12. Tenn. poodle puppy, AKC registered.

other But when V. W. VILLENUEVE energy ambition manual dex BOOKKEEPER age 22-44, prefer Phone mwt.WANTED .
any teen ager. STARTS FRIDAYRHINO Accountant terity required. Reply with full permanent resident, must be good home for p!t Bantam
he puts on his newspaper bag, \ (3450) <:30; 7:7 details marital with status age, references work experience.to box able to type. S day week plus chickens. Phone 4O-3175.

he becomes an alert, responsible NOTICE OF SALE 4M-A, Gainesville Sun. f calls to 12 please.every third See Saturday.John Ellett No MALE seal point Siamese kitten

businessman who \ To Whom It May Concern: LADIES earn man size Income full Watson & Ellett Insurance, 104 for sale. Excellent points and
young I offer
wilt
You arc hereby notified' that eyes. Phone FR 4-9147.
35 to 55. E. Univ. Av4!
/i time or part time. Age
performs a vital service to the for tale and sell at public sale Car & phone. Sales .x erlMC..
well the i to the highest and best bidder for cash, Write J. B. Moore 101 S. Mich. 12 MaU Help Wanted
community as as to the following described livestock: One 429-4743. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
Ave. Ocala Fla. Ph.
t A route (iatestmkDoet black cow with white face, weight ap
newspaper. newspaper I proximately *00 pounds, at 11 A.M., SECRETARIES FIVE I MEN WANTEDTo
I is one of the few opportunities 'on the 14th day of July. 1964. at Ala ELECTRO TEC CORP work with large eastern alert
left in our modern world where. SUBURBIACRIVE I chua County Jail 113 S. E.'5th Street (DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA) trical concern 20-40 age, neat In For top quality workmanship
Call call
Gainesville Florida to satisfy a claimfor appearance car necessary.
a young man can . earn a IN THEATR1 I' fees. expenses for feeding and care, SECRETARY Mr. Haney from ':00 A.to M.1:45 to 372.6142:
':45 or from 1:00 P.M.
I weekly profit . take trips i' N TMpvn I and cost J.M.hereof.Crevasse Jr., Sheriff TO CONTROLLER) Wednesday only. FR 2-0500. Kirby GAINESVILLE

. win prizes . gain valu un SHOWTIME 7:30 i Alachua County Executive secretarial experience Sales t Service. ISM UPHOLSTERY N.W. tin stfrN
Florida manufacturing Indus STUDENT, full time
I Gainesville required In UNIVERSITY
able business training . and (3445) 7:7NOTICE try. Compose letters take dictation this summer and next part time Estimates-PXK M and
develop poise confidence and r i UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME coordinate super visors' 2 trimesters must be strong. delivery.
FR L2J3r.WANTED .
schedules. Familiarity with financial Gainesville Mayflower
LAW ---- ---
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initiative.If II terminology preferred.SECRETARY.
IIria Notice Is Hereby Given that the undersigned -
I you are between the ages desiring to engage In business PLUMBING SERVICE MAN FREE ESTIMATES on

of 12 and 16 and would like ow ,. i i under the fictitious name of Young's FURNACES .fi HE MUST:
Private Horn a t number 1011 N. E. 2sth
more information on how you rsr>r.n x NEW 'I Avenue. In the City of Gainesville Flor. (TO CHIEF experience ENGINEER as secretary) Have a City License Central AirConditioners
Requires
YOUR Son Hart a Route? Ida intends to register the Mid namewitt' Stay sober
become Sun Carrier and administrative assistant to a
can a r the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Be reliableBe
major engineering!: manager Familiarity to work all hours
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LITTLEWOOD AREA REAL RANCH HOUSE hCM, 3 BR 1 bath stove & refrig., NEN S Beoroom CCB. tile bath BEDROOM I bath CCB screened LEAVING TOWN MUST SELL Builder CloseOutBUILDER
3 BR. 2 bath knotty kitchen air. cond.. fenced. nice yard. carport and utility room. $9,000. porch. air conditioned. central my 3 BR. 2 bath home. Ideal lo
4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living with built-lns beamed pine ceiling. fireplace pool membership. $600 down, $87 $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR cation. Attractive low terms and must sell a limited number
area central heat. built-in kit. 1 fenced yard & patio. 2 mo. 2703 NE 10th Ter. '2-3355 days. 2-6729. financing. See at any time. 537 of new homes In one of
THE. TIME IS NOW blk. from Westwood Jr. High. 2 NW 36lh St. Gainesville's most beautiful areasClose
bJks. from Littlewood elem. school car attached garage. $19,800 or BY OWNER attractive brick 3 BR HOUSE in Archer to be moved. 3 3 BR 2 bath cent. heat. dbl. to scnools
Ideal for Ig. family. or family and 15/600 cash & assume $120 permo. 2 bath home in desirable NW Br.. 1 bath. dining room. large carport. built In kitchen Ig. storage 4 BEDROOM. 3 bath home in NW I Hugh Edwards. Inc.and 376-7971.shopping
elderly persons. Priced for inv 1504 NW 21st Ave. 372-19el. area near schools. Oak floors. kitchen with cabinets & double area wired for air conditioner big corner fenced lot. Fla. rm..
med. sale. 3449 N.W. 13th Ave BY OWNER 4 BR 2 bath, extra central heat & A-C. large double sink. Water heater. Phone 495- FR 2-3826 or 475-5922. fireplace. double gaarage central PANELLED STUDY US x 12). sep.
372-2893. large shady lot. Ig. utility area. garage. CompU. elec. kitchen. 23SX UNUSUAL architect Designed home. heat. many extras. Exceptional al arate from house and AC. Ideal w.
big kitchen with skylight tcrraz- family room yard has many 517.500. Best of terms. for professor minister artist. LR
: 3 BR, 2 bath. *
acre on Hog.
Do You Have A Room, Apartment OPEN HOUSE zo floors. 4011 NW 13th Ave._ West- trees. patio walled with barbe Redfranks town creek. Sunken Iv. room Arch Campbell Realtor has 20 ft. glass wall. drapes
morland. 376-7993 after 5 for ppt. cue. Recent FHA appraisal with cathedral ceiling. Ig. DR. K with
$450 down. assume loan at $96 per fireplace and built-in Hi-FL Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME
mOo for my 3 BR 2 bath Fla. For Sale by owner. 3 large bed $21,000. Low payments after my Dining area kitchen equipped dishwasher electric rotisser I I.
Or House to Rent? down FHA. 3 bedrooms. 2tt
$1200 range; baths. Ig.
rm. home. By owner. 1937 NE rooms Florida room hardwood equity or cluding washer. Paneling In-I'
Be sure to see. Call FR 2- 774- screened porch. hedged patio car
7th Ter. floors 2 full tile baths CCB RealestateESTATE beamed ceiling throughout. 23
port. good plantings. Professional
home. 17000. 1110 N.W. 36th FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. io and screened P rche5. Air
neighbors. dead-end
McKINNEY Ave. FR 2-1245. in Westmoreland street 3
home located LIKE SETTING Overan cond., 23000. 1230 N.W. 36th blocks from Finley School. Occupancy -
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS BY OWNER. 3 Br. CCB. 2 bath. Estates. On city sewers paved acre of landscaped Road. Call FR 6-7881. Sept. 1. For sale by
bath Rms.. O. family kitchen cabinets
St 2
fenced in back yard. near schools Ig. grounds circular drive. owner at 522.000. Phone 376-0547.
GREENDEATON
shopping. low equity and assume Rm. & living Rm., dining area. complete underground sprinkler See at 131 NW 20th Ter.
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit mtg.Ter. FR 622932002 N. E. 16th Central heat GE ,dishwasher.built-in kitchen! 2 court Including system. The modern GLADYS SMITH New home"count In top em Northeast! lo

REALTORS yards walk to schools close to contemporary style home cation. U shaped kitchen features
WORK SHOP U of F & medical center FHA features an entrance foyer FOUR BEDROOMS 23 cabinets plus cupboard I i YOUNGAMERICA
EXCLUSIVEUnmistakeably CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR IVt bath 22700. Down payment $1,700. I large Ih/ingroom-dining WE have several large homes for . .all formica tops. .Gener.
dining rm., Fla. rm.. Ig. utllnru. Immediate occupancy. Drive by room with sliding sale in the Northwest. Four bed- al Electric built-lns. Three large
this superb (new!) fenced back yard near 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler glass wall to large screened rooms and more. Finley or LlPle- bedrooms two full luxury baths.
residence Is of real quality schools & churches. 372-8776. Brothers. 372-9545 daily 376-9048 porch. extra nice builtin wood area. and West Hills. Air. Huge storage room plus lots of
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU beauty and design. Truly a home kitchen with beautiful cabinets conditioned and In prime condl. closet space. Immediate occu-
cf elegance Unquestionably it WOULD you buy a $20,000 home
breakfast area. 3 bedrooms pancy. $96 per month after only
night.NOTHING tion. Call us to see these fine I HOMESNo
less? Located in
has all the exquisite features that considerably
DOWN VA 2 baths. Master homes-372-5393 $550 down FHA or $99 per
EVERY DAY until it is rented any discriminating would an atmosphere that offers heart'sde51re
: person for relaxed comfortable 3 B R. 2 baths 2000 sq. ft. suite also opens to porch. month after paying only closing
desire Located on a large beautiful Oak strip floors. central charges VA.
lot in the exclusive Northwest living. 25 minutes from Gainesvllle. heat. ruRESQUE
Prestige location. Immediate Down
Three large bedrooms Here Is your opportunity. $300 DOWNNW. As littleas 70 acres stream running through HUGH EDWARDSINC. Money
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: 2Vi colorful taths Sunken liv- Write box 444 M Gainesville Sun. 3 BR. 1 bath. walking distance 10 pet.occupancy.down. Total priceIs property. Permanent Bahia pas VAMinimum
ing room with a pink marble to school only $21,500. THIS WON'T ture. Pear orchard 360 brand .
fireplace Dining room Large ', BLACK ACRESPRICED LAST LONG. Call Bill Harris name Pecan trees. Brick farm
$40 per mo. . . . $1.33 per day panelled Florida room with open TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 $500 DOWN at 376-0817 or 376-2927. home with full farm equipment.Call 3767971McCOY'S FHA
beamed ceilings and fireplace 372-5393.
bedrooms 2 baths hardwood 3 BR. 2 bath. Ig. lot in Northwest
$50 per mo. . . $1.66 per day Acrilan wall to and wall bedroom carpeting In floors. central heat air-cond. LARGE 3 bedroom. 2 bath CB- -
living dining! area TWO STORYIN Close to Schools
units electric range and drapes. $900 DOWN 1800 sq. ft. of living area
Luxurious drapes Exquisite Lot 110 x 120' with shade trees. tip-top condition and ready for
$55 per mo . . $1.83 per day with chandeliers all bullt-lns- A that deluxe will kitchen make 3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-6427. per 2BR mo.1 bath Southwest" only $51 plus large attached rooms garage.Hardwood All earning and and down-stairs living. Apartment three large upstairs Macoma Homes, Churches

anyone Ooh' ana Ah'. Central heat BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 bath 3 8 R. 2 bath. NW. close to school. floors extra large living. rooms for rentals. Ail: furnishedand Shopping
$60 per mo . . $2.00 per day and air conditioning-Many other built In stove. oven garage. room with fireplace covered priced at $18,000. Good finan Inc.For .
patio. kit. features walk-in
attractive features Yes. seeIrg : screened patio. near
porch cing. Close to downtown. Call
Is believing You must see center. $109 DAN BYRD pantry. eating area stove & Sale. very attractive 3- OPEN 10 AM-6 PM
schools and shopping
$65 per mo. . . . $2.16 per day. tats luxury home that nas lust total monthly payments VA Loan ref rig. included. Superior 3725393.GLADYS bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617
been placed on the market. Cia equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th ASSOCIATES. INC. construction In excellent con. E. University Ave.; walking
$2.33 FR 2-3617 for appointment. dition. Price, $16,000. Call SMITH distance to Lake Forest LOCATED
$70 per mo . . per day Terrace. Jack DeYot Realtor 376-0817 Schools. Price 512.500. $500
MADISON PARK 3 BR 2 bath cus Associates I REALTOR down and $7940 per month. 600 BLOCK
$75 . $2.50 day ANGLEWOODN.W tom-built home. Established yard. Walter E. Stoddard E. E. Holloway NEW LISTING Associates: Call Gerald V. II
per mo . per Christine Stone 3 bedroom. 1 Carolyn Novas Anna Hlnson or Q. McCoy I NW 34th ST.
central heat & AC fenced yard. 825 NW 13th Street bath CB with Central heat Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
many. many deluxe features. & CENTRAL AIRCONDI- - 65015. Office corner N. Main I
$80 per mo. . . . $2.66 per day Ocala bIock-3BR 2 bath homeon Best buy in town for $20,000. 372-2511 TIONING. Built In oven and 23rd Blvd. j j PHONE 372-7070
Call
substantial down payment re night or day & burners. -
Vinyl cork floors.
$85 per mo. . . . $2.83 per day Shaded large by wooded" large lot oak 165 trees by 283 and. quired.at 1909 Available NW 36th Aug.Dr.See owner FOR SALE BY OWNERNew Completely furnished. Eco- Quality Homes .: = !

beautifully landscaped with under 3 BR home 2V* baths living nomical REA power. S. W.
$19,000 SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME & dining rm.. family rm., all location convenient to Medical -
1 $90 per mo . . . $3.00 per day peal cround to sprinkler the most system.discriminatinghome Will ep- Wooded lot 2 bath. fam. Rm. Lv. electric kitchen, cent. heating & Center. Total price $11- WESTVILLAN.W. L C MmpAiiiii'l
seeker. Priced well below rm Cen. heat. ample storage air conditioning. dbl. garage lots 775. Call '- 817. !

: $95 per mo . . . $3.16 per day present market prices at $21,530. unfurnished 3708 N. W. house.22 PI. 3 Call BR.372-3029.1 bath of new storage elementary on a school.large lot If Interested near Myrtle Claude Lassiter M. "Red"AssociateWm. Franks Realtor 16th Ave. I

$100 $3.33 day J. J. FINLEYIf hot water In kitchen & bathroom. call 372-6175. E. "Bill". Harris Associate & 37th St.
: per mo . . ; per carport large front porch & back PRESTIGECOMMUNITY 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-OC17 I THESE HOME VALUES
you have a large family and porch. Located 421 SE 9th St. Res: 376-2927
want plenty of room. this nice Call Mr. Howze 3721090.A I
372-7943
BEFORE YOU BUY
well 4 TERMSWALTER
home will serve you -
GOOD BUY 3 BR. extra Member Multiple Listing I
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR BR 2 bath Fla. Room- Central
large living room. Fla. rm., air BARGAIN PRICEHere's Week-ends & Eve. by appt.
heat-Ideally located within conditioned. drapes. range dish 1mmlllWllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIUJII/BUIIIIIIIRIII/
3 blocks of the school Paved washer. Option to buy equity a chance to own a quality ; '
streets Beautifully shaded lot and assume 4'/ per cent GI home in a prestige communityfor EYES RIGHT! i SAVE The following are ready for fJ
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS This property Is In excellent mortgage or refinance through lust $450 down FHA. You'llbe occupancy.
condition Priced under $17- FHA with $900 down payment.See living among some of the See real dream living In Shadow STUBBS
000 Can be FHA financed at 2213 NE 7th Ter. finest families in North Central Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. 3301 N.W. 29th Ave.

with us show low you down this payment fine property- Let DISTRESSED owner leaving. All baths.Florida. Lots Three of storage bedrooms.space 1V4 D. Oliver Bid,. I INC. S H 4 Br.. 2 bath $800 dn. SilO -

before you buy. Call FR 23617. your money buys house. $15.500 $13.300. $80 monthly Including Ph. FR 2-0866 IJWlllllWUWlllI/IllIlIlIWlllJUllIllI/uuuYIIIIIIII/ / per mo.
ASSOCIATES for 3 BR. IVi bath many fea taxes and Insurance. West on NW 39th Ave. past I
: J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth tures. $97 per mo. 717 N. W. the Glen Springs intersection. "We Trade Houses"It's I 1115 NW 40th Drive 3311 N.W. 29th Ave.
30 PETS & SUPPLIES 34 Waterfront Property Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire 19th Lane. 372-3784. HUGH EDWARDSINC. See sign on left.MEAN I 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 .dn... $96 3 Br... 2 bath $750 dn. $112

: Multiple ListingFRED LARGE 3 bedroom home lust out __ ___ ____ __ n_ | per month. per mo.
AKC PEKINGESE puppies English FIVE room lake collage. completely .
Hawthorne Rd.
side city limits on .
blood $50. 2 males. furnished priced to sell.
line.
376-7971 I 3320 NW 30th Ave.
Call FR 2-5086. 1115 NE 5th St.
Call 475-2127. 59.750 financed by owner. Phone
_. FR 2-4416. $60 Month. New CB home. low i 3 BR, 2 bath. $350 dn., $88 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn $77. :.
MINIATURE I I Dachshunds. down payment. See at 210 S. E. i pec month. per mOo
: AKC. $75. FR 6-8963. LAKE GENEVA frontage. 3 BR. 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372- Later Than You Think!
PARRISHPRESENTS
2 bath. luxury home. Almost new. 4692. 1ID/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIJIIIIUIIImmIIIIIIII/ 4608 SE 2nd PI. "
ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good _2 acres. Melrose GR 5-5661. ARNOLDREALTOR s 3 BR. 1 bath. $400 dn 148
for watch. stock. and pets. FR FOR SALE by owner 4 BR 2 oar mo.
LAKESIDE S
lot with shade
,- 2-0033. baths Fla. room. large corner
trees. Phone 376-5009. .lot. central heat. 2 ton air conditioner I Norwood
TOY poodles purebred white 7 built-in kitchen. complete School Starts in 8 Weeks [ 303 SE 38th St.
wks. old. excellent breeding $75. WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. sprinkler system transfer. : 3 BR 1 bath $400 dn. 'S4
Also adult black standard. Phone Broker. specallzlng In ed. must sell. $14,500. $800 down per mOo
NEAR UNIVERSITY 3 Bedroom. 2 10
372-5624. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. $94 monthly.I Phone 372- Bath brick home with large living Now Is the time to see Palm View Estates & Fernwood Manor. f Hope _
FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose WALK TO'UNIVERSITYCharming 7171. 1422 SE 43rd PI. room. with fireplace. separate You May choose from 3 and 4 bedrooms 1 and 2 bath homes or 5 1J1IIlIImmflmlllllflmm( mnnlllllllllllHllllICH"

this month Tropical Fish and GR 52911.ON 2 bedroom home with WHY PAY RENT? dining room. and nice family you may choose a home site and build the home of your choice. S[ Inc. ALL OUR HOMES ARE
Birds of all kinds. We fireplace In living room.
Tropical cozy room detached
plus a study .
THE GULF New homes 9500. 3 bedroom tile These OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY
and suburban are complete with city sewers. water paved
also have children's pets Large scr ned porch. Garage. ideal for workIng away from famIly -
CEDAR KEY SHORESNew bath $65 month. Located SEEING ANYTIME IFYOU
per on
supplies. Call us for any of your Shaded lot. JU500.PRICE activity. Located on large streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of
.. pet problems. FLORIDA PEST 4 BR home equipped and S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some wooded lot. I We Trade Homes WILL JUST CALL. e
FR turn for Immediate occupancy. Trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high j E. 4th STREET 00
CONTROL PET CENTER. I236-t
6-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave.j Dock- on channel grass on lotS REDUCED LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 SUN AND FUN 3 Bedroom. 2 school. churches shopping medical center. University of Florida !I or Property i or FR 6-7989

5IS.ooo..terms if needed. Quality built three bedroom two BR. 2 bath. cent. heat. built In bath contemporary home. Large all within -- ...... ....
are easy commuting distance. See our new models _, --
GERMAN SHEPHERD Pups. tVtMos. bath home on large shady lot kitchen home. You can save living room with wall to wall! ,..uu"",'. .._! _ntnnmtmniitmrmmtmrmimiimiinrrYOU,_..uu..u.'U..U..N..u..u.! "' .... .. .
j old. AleC . All shot Paved today. Prices start at heat and built in
fr* $- Motel on SR 24 and "Back Bayoo facing sparkling lake. 1500. Call FR 2-3826 or GR carpeting with old brick fireplace. $12,250 with central ,
Excellent. Phone 16-238o. : offers "Social Security- for $13- street. Close to shopping. Well- 5-5922. Melrose. Family room and lovely built in kitchen. Drive west on 16th ave,. turn left on 39th terrace to model I
000 with $3.000 cash balance $150 planned kitchen. separate dinIng !kitchen central heat and central I II
33 LOTS FOR SALE per me. Thl Is a bargain and room Florida room. fireplace air conditioning. Lovely backyard homes. Phone: FR 2-9545 daily FR 6-0948 nights. Butler Bros.
Ideal for semi-retirement. In living room wall Insulation MERRILLLITTLEWOOD with swimming pool and

2 lots each 110 x I401 4 blocks DAVID ANDREWS 500.fenced yard. A good buy at $21.- shuffle board court. WHY WAITI!
North of 1964 PARADE OF
HOMES paved street -$2500 REAL ESTATE AREA Beautiful MASON MANOR For a growing -
.* each. Ph FR 21912owner.. AIR CONDITIONEDNew 3 bedroom: 2 bath masonry home family on a quiet dead end
Cedar Key 3841 Res. 3831 Listing 3 bedroom 2 bath centrally heated and aireondition- street lovely 4 Bedroom. 2 bath -
.RESTRICTED; one acre wooded lets home for $700 down to qualifiedFHA ed. Built-in oven and range oak home. Large living room central
in fast growing N. W. Section purchaser. Situated a mileor floors. 2 car garage. well landscaped heat and central air condi Butler Bros. Builders j
35 Houses for Sale
only $3500. $200 down $45 per mo. two N. W. of Gainesvillein yard and paved street tioning. Lovely fenced in back CAN ENJOYGAINESVILLE'S
while they last. Phone FR 2-4416 nice residential district. Price ONLY $24.300., yard which Insures privacy. I

-: for appointment. Get In The SwimFREE 17000. $700 DOWN Attractive 3 bedroom Shown by appointment only.

LOTS lifetime family membershipIn AND 2 bath masonry home In
SPACE
:FORDYCE QUALIfY COMFOR.
CONTEMPORARY AND
Carol Estates Swim Club and BLACK ACRES next to Golf Invites Youto
I BUCKINGHAM Community Center to all new Best buy on today's market in 3 Course. THIS IS AN EXCEPTION. TABLELovely 3 Bedroom. 2 FINEST
High and rolllno exclusive new Hugh Edwards home buyers. 374- bedroom 2 bath home. Large family AL BUY AT THE FHA VALUEOF bath home near Littlewood and
.', residential area soon to be open- 7971. room. separate dining room. 17500. Westwood. Large living and din.
ed. One acre lots-highly restrie- living room with fireplace. This ing room with wall to wall car
: ted. Call first offering.I N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath brick home has central aircon- $300. DOWN 3 bedroom masonry pet nice family room and a
-I-I FORDYCE home. Central heat and air con ditioning. $24,500.INVESTMENT. home with built-in oven and Kitchen that Is a dream central Palm View EstatesA SUBURBAN LIVING-
ditioned. Out of city limits. deep
central air conditioning. -
Inc. range. 1 year old. See at 3132 N. heat and
Associates. R.E.A. Power.
well. SPECIALTwo W. 9th St. ONLY $85 per month. Owner Is leaving town so
=::I Realtors REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath. built. cottages near University of you may have immediate occu
_...12' W. Univ. 316-1236 in appliances. small down payments .Florlda (fully furnished). Rental CONTEMPORARY charming pancy.
Income $175 per month. Approx. home with three bedrooms two
-Thinking of building? See us for monthly payments $85. Located imately $4,000 cash required. baths central heating and aircon- LARGE AND LOVELY 4 Bed. NOW
-_ the most reasonable Improved lots 2-2372.on SE 28th Place. Call FR Price 511000. ditioning Florida room and screen.ad room 2 bath contemporary home A new community of distinctive -
In the beautiful Westwood area. patio In excellent condition. large living room. dining room.
J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency. 31 N. $14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Designed family room and lovely built in .. ;%. homes in the -
-*.* Main 372-S404. engineered by U. S. Situated on a beautiful landscaped kitchen. Fenced back yard to- ionable Northwest.
"". Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 ARNOLDREALTY lot three bedroom 2 bath house cated in lovely SW area. Kirkpotrick & Pierson has
LOTS sq. ft. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond., with central heat and aircondition-
..".. Archer Rd., 4.' acres. Zoned brick veneer. 2 car garage. COMPANY ing plus Florida room and screened GWYNN OAKS On large wooded Several
_* Industrial. corner lot. call Mary Watch for opening date of new Multiple Listing Member porch outside city limits. lot with beautiful trees 3 t Featuring : New Homes Available
__ Moeller model home. Alachua Homes. Inc. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 Bedroom. 2 bath home with loadsof
?... Apartment Site. near U of F. Call Frank Thomas. FR 6-6690. Associates: Pete Sleg Looking for a split level. Let us space Large living room
_S1 Sale or lease call Jane Caldwell f. W. Hodge show you this beautiful three with wall to wall carpet. separate ; FHA homes from
-MARY MOELLER. REALTOR ADVERTISE IN THE Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo bedroom home with central heat. dining room. family room. : IMMEDIATEOCCUPANCY
SERVICE DIRECTORY Stove, refrigerator freezer built In kitchen and a large
Greene
Bob Kalkman Jimmy
J -... lOlt W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 and drapes Included.John . screened taining. In patio. Ideal for enter. ; $16,000-$20,250


IN THE Merrill PRICED TO SELL Owner leaving r-.i jn Down payments frem WOO.01 .

FVN town and anxious to sell this .
372-1494 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home living .

MULTIPLE Associates LISTING: room family room and screen VA Loans Available $13,400 to $18,200
porch. Central heat and air con-
MARCELLA PARDIW. ditioninq. Excellent fin-ncing.
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: M.M.PARRISH. AS LOW AS $79.84 PER MO.


JWK 3 & 4 BEDROOM

SEW 372-8404 $100 DOWN V.A.


t_g NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA ANGLEWOOD houses large bedrooms to chose- from.built Two In Beautiful kitchen modern Carolyn. Wayne&Gardenhire ASSOCIATES.Hill Helen Mary INC.H. Graham.Parrish Palm View Estatesis ($100 Closing Costs) -

central heat Florida roony, ex. 19 N. E. First Street Tel. FR 2-5375
tra large utility area double

.: BOATS & MOTORS BOATS Cs MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION and car carport.owner will Only carry 17500.00 first FOR SALE planned for professional men and their 14 New ModelsEXCLUSIVE

families.
mortgage for approved pur

.; 12" Plywood fishing boatt. 24" GRIllS List of Classifications to choose chaser.menteCOMFORTABLE Modest down pay.. BY OWNER S SWIM CLUBSee

... $49.50 HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR from four bedroom residence FERNWOOD MODELS

:- THE TACKLE BOX GOOD YEA'I.rRVICE' : STORES borhood. In Two stOry.established masonry neigh-construction Huge

725 No Meln 312-3531 Sknng Swimming-Diving. beautiful living room Them on NE 31st Ave. in
; "The Heart Of East Gainesville" from $12,250
with' fireplace. centralheat. I up
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=.:. -_ _ _ _. SERVICE ADVERTISE DIRECTORY: IN THE Golfing Safety Items.Equipment. ARE searching YOU outside for looking a appearance home seek with Ing and attractive home with from $400 down Highland Court ManorDrive

gracious interior? Corner lot.
Tennis Equipment. 3 bedrooms 2 baths F I o r- 20x38-ft. poolPrice
.. Ida Room fireplace. two car
Sun Want Ads ALACHUA COUNTY'S ,Baseball Equipment garage workshop. carpet plus slashed for quick sale. Doctor IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY North on Main, turn right at NE 23rd
E other feature.; already connected leaving Gainesville for private
ONLY DEALER Where to Fish. 3 MODELS
.... JOHNSON VERY to COMPLETE city sewer.family comer practice.lot close Nice to schools Northeast and Blvd., continue to NE 12th St. and turn LEFT.

-: SEA HORSE MOTORS dwelling for $23.100. Call shopping. Large shaded. attrac.
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Plus many many more.SALES
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Get Results lone Star 8oat5. Orlando Clipper lake home with Beautiful f ft. deep tile decorated WRITE. WIRE PHONE or VISIT
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nicesand pool, guaranteed filter system
.. 80at5. Ski lU plln. Sailing rig5.u over 300 feet frontage on
ADVERTISE IS THE: bottom lake near Melrose. diving board ladder vacuum. I
Room for all your fun times Home 'constructed of solid gum
BAIRD'S MARINE and visitors. Interesting at wood. 2 story full attic. 3 fire
-: 601 5. MA'N ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY. places. Living room. separate Palm View Estates : : & Pierson

$25400.00.J.. W. dining room study. kitchen. butler's 'T rk ,
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KIRKPATRICKReattor 4 extra screened lavatories.porches 4 Ig.- all bedrooms.ten ft. 372-9545 day 376-9048 night Sales Office NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.

: ] MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the 31 N. Main FR J.MM ceilings. Loads of storage space, -
I I I Member Multiple Listing 2 car garage. Wired for 220 air. Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left at PHONE 372-3471

FUll in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 FiWS ASSOCIATES Ma'Jktesen: Irene Bunnell $11.809.conditioning.Excellent Spectacular financing.price.704 39th Terrace To Model Homes. I IHOW.

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Tuesday, July 7, 1964 Gainesville Sun J 15I \

35 House for Sole 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Aprs. 64 Household Goods -- !

If 'I r I 1 66 MI,c Fo Sale. | 77 Mobil. Homes for .I 85 Automobiles' 'o Sa.. .' !
CLASSIFICATION DEX11 BY OWNER. 1600 sq. ft. door soace! 1 I 12 acres I 10 miles out. CLEAN living room Just retwr- TWIN tec's $20. chest S73C. nigh _
ranch style home on I acre. $2000 cashS. nished. newly painted. I BR apt. chair. 1 complete dlni" room' i-OK 4 n c, S hot waler tanks 3 12 wide is hereFEDERAL 1943 CARMEN GHIA. while wet !
4 BR, bath, carport & utility at 1202 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per set $ ; window ; m'sc. gal. with gas heater attached black top, low mileage. I
= central 8000. Terms. Phone E. SAPP, REALTORPh. mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone tables & books. After 5 150 butane tank. Convpiet QALIT P
heat. P. r gal. gas Gerda Blumrich 374-3241,
t 4722000 Newberry. Fla. HOMES et. 21 I
I f ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE i 475-M77. 6-2472. Weseman Realty. NE 4th Ave. with gauges. 2 crane shallow or 374-1798 a< 4820 NW North
13th St. (441 )
1 fa MenertamSCa LARGE 3 BR 2 bath. CCB home. I I "Selling Florida Since 1904" T-A-G APPLIANCESTested well pumps. Inquire Lewis '54 CHEVY sale. For more I IInforti
Cl Wanted 46 Unfurnished Apts. Co. f
.1 Tfc& kS to BIT Full appliance. Near Littlewood. FOSSEY and Guaranteed Jewelry SPECIAL from

Lt ru4 tt Machinery' ai Te UBalldlar Terms to suit buyer. Owner mov. 110 acres rolling mostly cleared. 42 from Now Specializing In Ladies Better 104 x Lot for home 376-10 4 JO
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4 Per, aallae. Services IS Materials = Ing out of state. Call approximately Vt' mile of paved 2; BR unrorn. apart. 214 S.ihSt. Refriato from 1 up Dresses. Close out Sizes 8 $1500. 2 Mile S. Paynes P.M 1 1:3 uo P.n I
l I Travel IeformaUo (I DeuehoU casts 6 621 N.W. 35th St. 372-3193.-1 road frontage $200 an acre, near Kitchen equipped. marriedcouples. Washers from S up through 54. S3 Buy.. Prairie For appointment call
1 up ExceptilValu MGA. 1958 Top like
63 Alachua children and pets wel r-
AitJotM
S Special Netlees FR citi.
p ., ....wta II.... rr 81 g ENJOY FLORIDA I Ralph Realtor come. $45 per mo. plus utiL Con. 2 Food-Freezers Dryers from from $4, up DISCOUNT s. DIXIE 1> MLLS 1st 6-3 new ieri. Call 23 att-. I
tact M. L. Shea. 372-4353 or 374- SW. Ave 1 .
S B&h? suten. CWU Caret 7 Tending PsabiU FOSSEY 2 Dishwashers from I nue. IT'S FOOLISHto P.
t t Places T. Go I.Thg. Articles Wanted I LIVING Dick Robinson Associate 2763 evenings. 10 TV sets from :up VII'' 1940 METROPOLITAN convertible,
I" '1"* .Be* .* F... oil W..4a 11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-1359 NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitcnen JIM VOYLES I KODACOLOR and pay more. RECKLESS to in citi for only $500.
FlorIda ranch model designed tot- GET THE REAL g
BLACK & WHITE pay
70 fUaU.. Maria Em* ACREAGE equipped. $40 per month on a 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. i leS radi heater. Phone
71 Camp.uni.yt.k indoor-outdoor living. Large corner lease. Ph. 374-8372 days 3-5 2 PRINT for the PRICE of 1 Payments as low as tp '
AUTOMOTIVE n Office I lot lust one block from MOTEL SITE on New Interstate 75 years evenings. KENMORE 34" electric range also except 35 mm $57.29 per month with $300 down.
?. Atrplaaa Sales.ae.tala 73 afuleal Etalpmert community swim club. ConvenIent exitcall Mary Moeller 374-7327 Snapper power mower, $40 ea. I S3.48 savings on 12 exp. roll LAKE GENEVA 1941 CHEVROLET IMPAL 4 d*.,
T7 M.bU Barnes far Sato MerchaadlMREAL to schools. Two full baths Call of KODACOLOR Homes V-8. radio & trans.
71 Tracks lor Sal -three bedrooms. Central heat- 12! acres West of Gainesville on 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 31610.WESINGHOUSE UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC Rt. Mile Keystone Sale Fia. Excellent condition. Phone 3720535. -

I 7* Tracki Wanted Ing adaptable to air conditioning. pavement $6800.00 call Mary MoeU eleri stve. 4 i iI 1021 W. Univ. Ave. 10 Hs ,_ ? :
M TrteUn A Their Isaiah ESTATE FOR SALE $500 down FHA $85 month. ler NICELY furnished 1 BR, CCB I burnr. ove Lie FOR SALE 15- HiCk-taiEr.
57th COSCO net $12; Babyrest 1941 FALCON Station Wagon 4 dr..
ft* Trailer Rental NO MONEY OWN VA.. $87 house. couple or students. $45 Estates. i playp. I x with 11
4
I 8* Motorcycles SceateraH 53 L.ta for Sale e per month includes taxes and 240 acres 4 ml from city new per month. Phone 4812178. -374-02J9. I metal. kitchen chair. converts Furn. 3 BR air cond. R & H. and auto trans. W
to stool $10 x2 tires.
; good $900.
AiteBObUe RepairsU 54 Watjrfimt Property Insurance. Pay only $100 of pole barn. all cleared & in pasture ENJOY Lake Santa Fe year round. I. brown carpet. $10; Call 374-7944 fenced yard. Located at Archer i '707 and cnditi '.
U H...es rer SaJ closing charges. Repossessed Rd. Trailer _parkFR 2-5e
A UnobU s for SaleM grass. call Mary Moelter Small home furnished. includingboat. or see at Apt. 278-5 Corry 6-717.
iIf Swap Car M C.tlagea Far Sala HUGH EDWARDS Ideal for couple. Phone Village. " 1957 6-cyl.
87 Kcal EiUU Exchanged 400 acre farm. 1 mile paved rd. GR 5-9494. ask for Oxford. 4 COMPLETE BELIEVEIT .. CtEVRQLET 3724467.Set :
r EDUCATIONAL U Zeal EsUU Wanted INC. frontage. Ig deposit limerock. Due ROM. ANYONE interested in buying a .
M Oat .( T..> Property easy driving distance. Excellent WORKING girl would like same to to family rare coin of considerable valu OR Ntrr of almost new chr fendv-
Behoola laatncUa 376-7971 share furnished house. Call FR teen forced to turn back our Cat for further
40 Phone
U Hula. ..etaC. 41 KesUcatlil BaslatM Pnpcnw! .... terms_ call Mary Moeller. 0535 after 6:00 P.M. iture. This furniture fr tion. 316 Ifr Save $400 10 x 46 2 BR fur skir$ 66 1.
*. Waa.dlnatrsathssEMPLOYMENT 7 modern living suite. sekers. only $3195. $35040 down, p.
4t Farms A Acreage BE SURE TO SEE MARY MOELLER TWO bedroom completely furnished p room nishe '
r REALTOR 5 ADMIRAL air 8.200 41 STUDEBAKER Lark I. 25,000
bedrm.
U-l Calaretf Property Sates. $750 DOWN and move right Into 1019 W. University Ave. house on N. E. 6th Ave. off gleaming rg. chrome pc. outit.. . BTU. 110 coiie., u sum S09 5 p mols mont, choose from actual miles perfect condition

11 Work Wanted Male this sparkling clean 3 B R. 1 bath FR 6-4X71 25th Street. House open. Call Admiral refrigerator deluxe with mer. Call 312- TRAILER MARTHWY. Take up payments at bank for
RENTALS CB home at 527 N.W. 36th Drive. 2-8144. $40 per mo Call FR after
1( Work Wanted Female full width freezer 6-37
Stove Ref. and dishwasher Included FORDYCEACREAGE and crisprand TAPPAN Clock controlled 2inch'' 17 PHONE 3281050 4"00 or all day *
14 Bales Help Wanted 2! bedroom furn. house. 20 SE 48th deluxe full size oven rotIsserie burner I P.M Sunay.
43 Colgrtd range.
Property A real at $12,000
Rentals buy
U B.III-Mal. or Female U .atlases St. $75 month. Call GR 5-5743 for account No. 909 originally Ak brain Regular, S399. This week I SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 1943 Grad PrIx. Air, .oaded wtth
Sell Brand
*r
AIR CONDITIONED new
U Male Help Wanted E after 5 p.m. 30-gallon glass lined PALATKA FLORIDA extras. Warranty and low mile
EAST
sold
4S Firnisfee Apt*. 5 3 BR. 2 bath CB home at 36 9 177. being held for. the balance .Cly
Dramatic 180 acre ranch 40 heater included See Pott- age. $3485. Will trade. 372524
4< DnfarmUbcd Apta. N.W. 16th Ave. Huge LR. Family acres permanent 1 BR house lights & water fur. water ..
11 Female Help Wasted 47 Haunts f.r Beat ".ra. IS room Elec. kitchen double carport pasture. fenced-cross fenced. 2 nished. $42 per mo. No- pets gas 374-5392. 1 S.W. 1st Ave. 85 $ alter 4pm.CADILLAC .

48 Doaict for Bent Cnfara.4t ; On city sewer t utilities. wells. $145 an acre. Located In 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR $267No CLOSE OUT SALEOn Hundreds of Dollarson convertible 1953, $125.
SAVE
FARMS & LIVESTOCK Rums far Beat Half acre lot. Small down pay. Levy County. Ready for cattle 25433., Phone FR 6-770 .
8c a roll.
2* Firm Blpmest M Hotel will SEE IT farmer money :-nets. only $3 wk. Walpaper.
Booms 5 ment buy. TWO bedroom trailer with cabana down p HARPER PAINT NEW WIDE FOR SALE 1959 FORD Gilaxie
17 Feed Fertilizer' SI Mlse. RentalshA NEED FOUR BEDROOMS? Then 160 acres at $145 an acre. Off no pets. Call FR 2-5633. CO. 10 hardtop radio & heater excellentcondition.
It LlTettock SsppllesX Wanted this excellent buy in convenIent Newberry-Archer Road NATIONALFURNITURE 10 S. W. 7th St.
\ To Kent 5 see 3716. See our new mobile homes at Phone FR _
Landscaping T.p 2H 6J Boaideri Wanted N. E. location. 2 Jile baths. 80 acres. 10 miles out Archer Rd. THREE large rooms and bath. ROOTED Ligustrucn I'", 10 Cts ea. 6-98.
SO Pets Supplies M OffIce Desk Space 5 Central heat. Good terms. 145. an acre. Beautiful oak trees. carport all electric kitchen near WAREHOUSE Ligustrum & Viburnum in FOR SALE 1963 Gran. Tunslno,
U LlTestock WantedFINANCIAL SI Buincn Beatab 100 acres nice frame house. 11miles Sperry Plant. For single man 3422 Beach Blvd. FL 92541 35 Cts. Boxwood In 40 can BUTS MOBILE HOME Haw. Avanti engine, 4 on the
or woman. or couple; no dogs. OPEN can cs. INC radio. heater, the
IS UNIVERSITYREALTY out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. _$60 per mo. FR 2-8181. DAILY Jacksonville 9 Sat.Fla.9-4 Sun. 12 81 6 Cts. Ph . owner.power Less than 22,000 miles.
SERVICE Fenced-cross fenced.
3 2 bath. $100 734 NE SHERATON style dining ro 0 m 7 Uke new. Hunter's Motor Company
BR. mo. Delivery Assured Anywhere
S( Bntlneis
OpportunitiesS7 2! Special Other small tracts available at 61
Serrlcct 3rd Ave. Call McKinney Green suite. reupnolslered chairs refinished Ph. 75 Lake City,
Miser t. Lisa 23 Homo reasonable prices.
Isnpr.vementais Inc. Realtor. FR 2-3617. oak dresser & was Open S A.M. to I P.M. Closed _
BS MerttaresU ladle A TV Serrlee 65 Antiques stand. Birds eye maple br. .
Monty Wanted 25 FORDYCE & CLEAN. nicely furnished 4 BR, 2 Sundays 441 N. at city limits HOT ROD SPECIALI
Appliance FarnltmraCarpentry IS 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 372-4351 Modern style sofa buffets china
from Gainesville Livestock
Realtor bath horn at 109 NE 3rd St. REPRODUCTION antique couch cabinets and Items. Near across 1955 STUDEBAKER coupe big VI
W. M. Munroe.
_,nl''tllllllAIIII "" Assoc. S. E. McLaughlln Frank ASSOCIATES, INC. In walking distance of downtown and chair wood carved arms and ly-Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N. W. engine stick shift, needs a little

Roby Roy McCann T. C. Douglas REALTORS area. H. G. Bellinger legs. Needs refinishing. $45 set. 8th Ave. 4-482 Market.WYATT putting together First $40 take
Starke. 110 N. W. 7th Ter.
See J. W. Phillips. Alachua. 442.
Jr. __ 924 W. Univ. 374-1234
35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sal. 3 BR. Irg. living room dining 70 Boats-Marina Equip. 1703.
I room. Irg. kitchen. good neigh- 66 Misc .For Sale.

4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths air-c o n d.. NEWBERRY 3 large 8R71 FORDYCE 43 Colored Property borhood. Very reasonable. 442- 14' Tropicraft, 25 h.p. elec. start Trailer MUST SELL tires 60 Volkswagen& parts., Sun new
Ig. Fla. room. Near Boy's Club I bath living rm. & dining rm. Call 1303 C. C. Hague STEREO console 2 mos. did. Was motor. and trailer. Excellent for Sales paint lb Phone
and school. $1X500. $900 down. 4722344. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex $17 sacrifice at $70. Also Rem Gulf & lake fishing. Top. win roof. mileae. 190.
372-9714. apartments. large living and 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. ington elec. oversized carriage. shield fold out seats. Ham ofPacemaker 372-7554.. -
12 BR home on corner lot. low down REALTORSTONE dining area modem kitchen with good cond. $30 FR 25047 or See a P.M. 4118 NW s Mobile Homes 60 VOLKSWAGEN In excellent condition -
CUT $4000 payment. $40 per mo. Located at fan large storage closets terrazzo come by 805 NE llth Ave. St. 36t Shasta and Airstream private lady owner wht e
PRICE on this Anglewood home 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy floors. tile baths. space heater OLD frame house. poor condition Travel Trailers side walls, radio and healer, SjTJ
cut from $20,500 to $17400. MUST Ridgell and hot water heater. facIlIties 3 BR. 10 miles west on Newber. SHALLOW well piston pump with 15 ft. fiberglass boat & trailer Ocala't First Mobile Home call FR 48373pref-
SELL THIS WEEK. Loaded with for washing machines. and ry Rd.. $35 per mo. 3725091. tank. $30. Phone 372-7174. with 40 h.p semi-electric motor. Dealer Since 1948 If Interested
during day.
closets modern Fletcher built 3724125.M paved streets. See at N.e. 26th 3 BR. 1 bath home at 5010 New- SEWING MACHINESinger New top windshield. 376-23. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd erably -
home 3 BR, 2 bath sliding glass concrete and steel constructed 4 Ter. or call for appointment 372- berry Road. Stove and refriger Phone
bedroom. 2V4 bath home built to slant needle, like new but- 1' fiberglass runabout, 40 h.p. elec. Ocala.613. Automobiles Wonter
doors. Buy like rent. No down 5321 or 3725322. star included. 1 year lease. $135 87
motor, tilt trailer. Melrose GR
ton holes applique,
last forever. Black walnut cabinets $
payment required. Charming lot. per month. Call JOHN MERRILL, monoram.
HOMES FOR SALE etc. Take of $912 5441.
Terms to suit. See at 3905 SW 2nd Phillipine mahogany panel- REALTOR 3721494. EARS WANT taJ ,9 s -i4 io73s
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Guarantee remaining. Call creditmanager 83 Motorcycles & Scooters
t A-C. Many other extra fea Herndon
Ave. call Skyline Hgts. 3 br. 2 bath. cent ing. & Al
or Dudley Benson at
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SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay.mente 3 BR. 1 bam ar 1117 NE 31st 372-7430. 73 Musical Merchandise Oevrlet. SC.
tures. Located in Skyline Heights. 4th
SE
Manor Motel FR 4-5212. Rm. 3. ht. established lawn LI< Some small down pay. Ave.. $100 per mo. University 1962 $90. In excellent Stati
within walking distance of schools
Westwood area like new many SOUPS on, the that Is. so Mop. con
ment. Monthly payment $57 to Realty 3724351. r 374-0914 after 4
HISTORIC amenities. one owner appt.. call and churches. Over 2.400 sq. ft. c'ean the Blue Lustre. WURLITZER P.M
$45. Also homes built spt
tu- of living area. Wile trade for other lot for no down payment.on your AVAIL. July 1st 2 BR. CCB house. Ret shampooer $1. Mc- Americas No. 1 piano and FOR SALE or trade big Harley
WINDSORGOING IDYLEWILD 3 Br. 2 bath Fla. valuable property or very low Call TOMMY RIDGELL water furn. $75 per mo. Phone Furn. Co.. Gainesville organ are at Earl's Piano Co. motorcycle, excellent conditio
rm. cent. heat. fenced in yd. lot down payment can be arranged. Builder Phone FR 2-4125 372-3488 or 376-4360. Shopping Center. Gainesville's evcluslve Wurht- new tires. Trade part or al f
FAST. we have sold 100x150 Ride by this truly lovely home- zer Dealer. 702 W. UniversityAve. or tools. FR 4-4707.
THREE tracts, prices from $200 to 3444 N. W. 12th Ave.. then call for UNFURN. CB 2 bedroom apartment 3 bedroom house. good neighborhood 2Vi h.p. window aid conditioner. e* Phone 372-2222. gun IT'SRaulerson

$400 per acre. Owner will finance. SECURITY J. J. Finley area for more details. Fordyce 3741234.MAGNIWCENT. water furnished. $14 per close to shopping center cellent condition. 880 NW 20th St.
wk. 623 N. E. 21st Street. Phone I I3n and schools; $100 per mo. PIANOS AND ORGANS 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
family Is assured if
your you buy T.m. I Call 3723580. $170.OPEN Several name brand and
pianos
ATTENTIONBUILDERS this charming 3 Br home family AIR MARKET .
organs in our teaching AIR CONDITIONING. rune up
NEAR Campus 2 BR dining room. us
rm. study patio. on beautiful
shaded lot. price reduced $14.- wooded lot. air conditioning and 44 Cottages for Rent living room with fireplace stove Farm Fresh Fruit and .Veeta. studios. sell at substantial Special, $250 for perormancetest.
bles. Come out to 4431 N
discounts. Gridley Music Co. makes .
50000 Worth Investigating 4 bedrooms. all situated in the & refrigerator; $85 per mo. FR 1th Al
Recorded plat of lONE ACRE -very St. Gainesville Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air
Shopping Center. FR
good terms call Mary Moeller finest residential area. Over 2100 COMER Lake View Beach on 6-2339.
Lots. beautifully wooded near Uni sq. ft. of living area and 1500 Big Lake Santa Fe now openl REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Zag 2-53 Conditioning Servicing Center.

versily. INCOME 3 Apts. near schools. sq. ft. storage, rooms. A luxurious Swim and picnic. Furnished cot- UNFURN.mo; unfurn.2 bedroom 2 bedroom house. duplex.$40 per makes decorative stitches applique TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 204 N. Main St. Phon. FR 2-

corner lot. good Income. good home. $35,000. Call Fordyce 374- tages by the week. For reservation $45 per mo. 2 bedroom duplex. buttonholes morams. etc. Buy now for this fall. Many, to 2541.

HOME WITH rentals $12,30000 low down pay. 1236. call 448-1129 Earlton. $50 per mo. Call 374-7444. Only $67.0. $.5 per choose from Instant credit. SPECIAL auto painting 1.9. Automotive Motors
.
Univ. FR
ment call Mary Moeller. HOUSE: on Silver Lake. good swim- mo. Gainesville Music Center repairs and 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
3 1 bath. 737
BR. $125 mo., NE
INCOMENEWLY SPACIOUSliving I ming and boating. sleeps 10, $50 8th Ave. TRADE your costly to operate 37?-5431. 10M-K W. Unlv Ave. Miller & Sons 7 NW 1st St.

DECORATED 3 bed- SPACIOUS 4 BR. 2 bath. N.E. per wk., Linens not furn. Call ELECTRIC water heater, ands Phone 372-7915.
In this air conditioned 4 bedroom Keystone Heights. 473-4447 after 3 BR, 1 bath $100 mo.. 218 NW for a new glasslined GAS 372-5285
section near schools. Low down
room home for owner and garage 2 bath home In the NW. 6:00 P.M. 36th Dr. heater. Much more hot Automotive Home of A-I Used Cars
apartment to rent. Attractive payment. good terms ask us Florida room. separate dining Call McKinney Green. Inc. Real- 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE JEEPS
water at about half the cost with CARS TRUCKS
-
terms. THIS IS A about this call Moel furnished -
GOOD buY. Mary room and living room. fenced yard RENT modern cottageson tor. FR 23417. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE.
: ler. and large lot. Almost 2,000 ft. Lake Santa Fe by week or 1962 FORD XL-500 convertible.
sq. ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110.
RENTALS 77
of living area and lust $24.000 with season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. Mobile Homes_ for Sale $1895. Phone FR 2-3778, 1470 S.E.
BUY.ALACHUA BUDGET 2 & 3 BR homes furn. & unfurn NEW and used chain saws. lawn 23rd Ave. _
2 Br.. 1V> bath. CB house. near terms to suit you. Call Fordyce. 1 Bedroom furnished Hot and single cold per-water apartments; furn. 8> unfurn. mowers, edgers tampers, light '42 M x 10 Greallakes mbl
374-1234. son or couple. Call home. $ for equity 60 VOLKSWAGEN. good condition Value Rated
business low easy terms. Investigate Included In rent of $40. Car plants, cable. Wisconsin Brlggsa tak
priced for quick sale.
MARY MOELLER REALTOR new and used motors. over low monthly payments. cean. 74
REALTYASSOCIATES necessary. Call J. W. Kirkpatrick StraHa 374-0972 after 5.30.WE Ave. Phone FR .
CONTEMPORARYdesign sales and service 10 Used Cars
Agency. FR 28404. 31 N. Main. 1019 W. University FR 4-4471
MARY.. MOELLER REALTOR Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
1019 W. University FR 6-<<71 and floor plan. Florida 3 BR. 2 bath. Anglewood 3905 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411. BUY
CO.
Member Multiple Listing Associates.E. room and patio are a few of the 45 Furnished Apts. SW 2nd Ave. Modern attractive, B&G MOTOR
435 N. E. 1st St. 374.2448 W. Moeller features of this 3 bedroom 2 bath nice surroundings. 1 year lease re JNNER SPRING MATTRESS & USED MOBILE HOMES MELTONMOTORS
Arie T. Smith. Realtor Mabel Gore. Foster Kessler home In Black Acres. Fenced yard FURN. 2 BR apt. N. Main 51. quired. $160 per month or call MATCHING BOX SPG., shopworn Top dollar paid phone 3765. Cadillac Oldsmobile

Associate Dick Durbln and over 1.800 sq. ft. Only $25.000 also smaller apts. Call 372. Dudley Benson Manor Motel FR only 2.95 set. For Sale 1 BR air cond. furn. 2001 NW 13th St.
with terms to be arranged. Call 1823 or 23794. 6-5212., Rm. 3.UNFURNISHED. One dbl. sz. firm mattress trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent .
used $22.00
3741234.OPEN : - - - -
Fordyce. --- -
NICE clean cool turn. 3 room 3 bedroom house Other mattresses as low as 8.00 condition. FR 2-988. 6
apartment near University. adult fenced back yard. stove and refrigerator COX WAREHOUSE 602 S. Main AM. and 6-12 P.M.

PLANNINGIs only. Water furnished. FR 4- at 2119 N.W. 7th Ter. WE WANT TO buy late model used FOR SALE or trade for house 703 N. Main St. NEW

COLOREDRENTALS featured In this 4 bedroom. 2 8819. 372-8932 or 2-4179 refrigerators. Exceptionally High trailer, equity In 3 BR house FR 6-7571

bath home. Large rooms and a VERY attractive, spacious. upstairs trade-ins now given. central heat. all tile bath. 126 FALCON
I. lovely kitchen. Just a dream of a 2 BR furnished apartment. 49 Rooms For RentA WILSON'S EXCHANGE SE 70th St. Ph. 3720540.

house. Only $24.800 and terms can Only $70 per month. FR 4-5270. 111 S.E. 1st Street Phone FR I
61. 2 Bedroom trailer. with aluminum -
be arranged. 'Call Fordyce. 374- 705 N.E. 2nd St. large comfortable front room 42
1234. with cross circulation. Gentlemen OCALA COIN SHOP cabna. cditioned. $100
I BEDROOM. completely furnished. Phone shady Coun- Downpayments
only. FR 4-5993.
pl.
1518 N. E. 2nd Ocala
'upstairs or downstairs near Alenue. try. Lot G-2. FR 4-9404.
QUIETNW I shopping center. See at 412 N.W. NICE large room. close in, pti- Fla. will buy all proof sets of only
BRAND NEW DUPLEXES 10th Ave. or phone 4-3549. $75 vale entrance 204 N.E. 5th Ave. paying $12 for 1944 sets limit- CRANELNCOLNMERCURY
neighborhood for this 3 bedroom per mo.FURNISHED. Phone FR60266.PLEASANT ed time only. FOR THE I $EA Per
2 bath home. Spacious patio COREC
and other features add to Its 2 bedroom 47 Ft. corner room In prIvate T.V antennas. $3 single stack$7 TIME: JU, Mo.
mobile home. private lot. water home. $8 week or $30 mo. double $13.00 . .
desirability at only $10.000 and stack
furnished. 2027 N.W. 31st Place. Men only. 1017 N. E. 8th Ave. Jim NW 8th Ave. My Personal Deal
easy terms. Call Fordyce.. 3741234.FURNISHED.
Phone FR 4-3108. FR 2-1411
FR 41180.ROOMS SEWING MACHINE Mcrcury-Comet-Lincoln' CALL or SEE

I 3 & bath. no children or LARGE room at 1228Vj W. University 1944 Model Dial .Matle Zig Zag. Courtesy Of OSCAR BRYAN
pets. $40 per mo. See at 719 E... Ave. Hot and cold water like new. holes ov 506 E. University
3 bedroom home with I II many fea Univ. Ave.FURNISHED. furnished. $35 for 1 persons 2 er-ast. applique fancy stitches University Chevrolet Shaw & KeeterFR
I tures. Located In the SE sectionIn .person $40 month. FR 6-2641 or darns. mends. etc. Assume 6 pay. Gainesville 372-4251
a warm friendly neighborhood.Over apartment. Clean cool 6-2930. Mr. Haynes. ments $710 each. 815 W. Univ. Main St. at 16th Aye. 6-5371
and comfortab' 25 minutes from
1.200 sq. ft. of living area Gainesville. Access to big lake. FOR 1 or 2 people 2 rooms, private Ave. Ph. 374-1075.
and only $12.250. Call today! Call
bath private entrance. Call -
good fishing. $45 per month. G. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY -
Fordyce. 374-1234 P. Rlppey. Melrose GR 55571. 3721444 or see at 1106 NE 9th Chairs. low as $8. No money '

FURNISHED 2g.. rooms. 1st floor., Ave. doW low as $5 per month.
FORDYCEASSOCIATES. private bath entrance. Adults NEAR Campus. large upstairs Free estimates pickup and delivery
708 E. Univ. Ave. room suitable for couple or two service. All work guar.
male students for light housekeeping teed. Phone
INC. 1 CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor FR 62339. 376-7786 RIDG WAY'S
Multiple Llstintg Realtor 4-rooms kitchen. bath. porch 175: FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW I
Grace Fordyce, BrokerASSOCIATES per month. 1 extra large. extra MEN WOMEN. Rooms and boating their largest supply of
: nice, air conditioned. 1 bedroom. apartments. near Campus. Day Plants. Also call us. .
Dudley Goulden. Harvey Benton $125 month. U J. Mora< 0. C. CAY 2-4957. morning. noon or night. FR 6-2937 or 4-1082. baths or alofnru qardqulngproblems .
2 Bedrooms Stove hood with light and fan PEST CON
5 furn. apart.. clean and NICE cool downstairs corner room OVER STOCKED
Large living dining area Double compartment sink I room TROL GARDEN CENTER. FR
Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds 41 Residential Income comfortable. water furn.. $75 per tenna close In, off-street parking an 6-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave.
furnished. 531 SE 2nd PI.
Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills I mo. Adults only. Can be seen at FR 32587 GUARANTEED 20 cu. ft. chest
Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and 4 Bedroom, 2 bath home. Also ad- 225 SW 2nd St. FR 6-4037. freezer $45, gas stove $29; elec. USED CARSALE
Tiled tub and shc' ers shrubbery laming rental property. 200 ft. stove $29; dinette set $15; refrlg.
,
APARTMENT for rent at 424 N E. 51-A Wonted To RentUF
frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd
Large double sliding door Insulated Attic Gas $29; youth bed $19; Bargains ga
6th St. Furnished. $70 month.
Ave. Will sell
together or sepa
closets Paved Streets lore Williams Service Center
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR furnished. Prof. 3 boys to rent
2- young
Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop Hawthorne Rd. 372-3937.
4752. home. 3-4 BR. 2 bath. Dr. N.
Back storage closed Planned play grounds CLEAN duplex apt. On bus line.
Market 188 Kenville Rd.. Buffalo CITIZEN BAND RADIOS
Washing Machine fixtures water furnished.
near stores 1*. NY.
42 Forms & Acreage couple preferred. $40 month. Complete New line and of Used photo$40 suppliesFULLERS WE MUST MOVE 72 LIKE NEW CARS.

r For appointment cell 372-5321 or 327-5322 FR 65105.SPACIOUS 52 Boarders Wanted FOTO INC.

5 ACRE wooded homesites NW 2 bedroom well furnished 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 PRICES REDUCED UP TO $300.
Take northeast 8th ave. to northeast 24th terrace turn ten 1 block. 39th Ave. Just outside of city .
limits. apartment. 417 ". E. 6th ONE co-ed wanted to share 3 BR ,
antennas $3
Price $18.000. Phone FRt T.V. single
stack
'"'91' Ave. $90 month. Phone FR 4- house in Northeast with two college $7 double stack. $13
< 3985. nights and Sunday FR" girls. $40 month. util incl. kit. Brant's, 513 NW 8th Ave.
FR 4-1340 nights. I

7142. furnished duplex apartment G.E., electric range. 2 years old. '53 RAMBLER 4-door.. air . . . . . . . . . . . $2495
Bedroom $45. Phone .

SERVICESHome month.. water Phone Included.FR 2-0123.$55 per 53 Office-Desk Space 372-393. '63 CHEVROLET, 2-door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1850

AIR CONDITIONED new apt. 1 NEW OFFICE. 3 sizes SPACE.$75 to Air S125.tr covlitumed Sun Want Ads '63 FORD, 2-door hardtop, air . . . . . . . . . . . . $2695

BR. built In kitchen. Ig living mo. NW 13th St. Call Wayne Mason '
room. Ig. patio. FR 2-3826 or 475- 3T4 4441 or home 372-5940. 62 FORD Galaxie . . . . . . .'. .. . . . . .'. . . . $1550

5922. OFFICE Space For Rent. 111 Get Results '62 RAMBLER, 4-dor, like new . . . . . . . . . . $1495 :
And NICE 2 BR '
Business furn. apt. private bath .

84 entrance. water furnished. SW Third Street. .- 61 RAMBLER, Sedan . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . $995 :
S58 per mo. Phone 372-9704 or '

9195.. 54 Business Rentals GAINESVILLEAUTO 61 FALCON 2-door . . . . . . . . .--. . . . . . . $850 :
-

PlumbingSEWER Need Apartment or House? BUILDING FOR RENT. Will SALES '61 RAMBLER American 2-dor . . . . .. . . . . . . $795" ,
Refinished Inside and out. Furnished fix to suit tenant. 2727 NW 6th '

Roof leaks? Or need or unfurnished. Phone FR St. Call 372-1414 after 5:00 if In- 1007 N. Main St. 51 FALCON, Station Wagon, 4-door . . . . . . . . . $950
new gutter?

Call Bobby Wood. FR 4-4707 & used INSTALLEDNEW fixtures. complete CCB 24425.duplex 1 bedroom. spacious SUBLEASE terested. building at 229 W. Univ. Phone FR 2.6313 \ '61 RMBLER,4.dor . . . . ... . . .. ; . ... . . . . $950

Draperies HUGULEY plumbing service Gainesville"BIG"Plumb JIM tlon.cabinets Call and FR closets.29744. Quiet loca Ave.Phone, next 3720440.GARAGE door. to Fla. Theatre. Northcentrol Largest Florida 1 '61 RAMBLER, Station Wagon air . . . . . . . . . . $1450


NEW low prices ing, FR 2-1589. MOBILE HOME nice. clean. swimming space fOr rent 613 a.W. Inpendnt DealerVOLKSWAGEN I '60 RAMBLER Sedan . . . . . . . . . . . .,. . . . $795
on Fabric of Custom

I. Installation.made draperies.Lacey's Complete Orapry -- UoholstervUPHOLSTER only. no pool.pets.paved Phone street.3722290.Couples tor.2nd St.FR Call 21494.John Merrill, Real I'I '6 FALCON, Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $695


-* Shop Phone 371-6102. your furniture at RENTALS SMALL warehouse with platform tor I : '60 CHEVROLET, Stotion Wagon, 9-possenger . . . . . $1150
reasonable prices. Call Sally. 1 BR. "' mo. or $83 with A-C trucks loading & unloading in '

LandscapingLANDSCAPE Experienced FR 4-M88. 424 1123 NW 3rd Ave. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. 60 BUICK, 4.dor . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . . $1395
.W. 13th Ter.Remodeling. 2 BR. $90 mo, 1105 NW 3rd Ave. Phone 372-8433 or 374-4173 '
I BR.. $45 mo* 419 NW 2nd Ave. 60 RAMBLER Station Wagon . . . . . . . . .. . . $945
SERVICE 1 BR. $45 mo.. 1224V NW 8th St. 56 Business Opportunities '

Grass-Sod-Garden Mai -Nursery Efficiency. $35 mo.. 3505 NW 17th 60 FALCON, 4-door . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . $650
stock of all kinds.CREVASSE'S .
I St 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. '
NURSERY DO YOU NEED. Florida room. extra 2 BR. unfurn. $55 me. 118 SW 4th Unrv. Ave. for lease. Opportunity I 60 FORD 4-door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ._. $775
Landscape Co. room more room. roof work. Ave. for the right man to get In MILLER- '
FR 4-2514 for free estimate. or maybe a complete new home? Efficiency $75 me.. 212 SE 7th St. the bowling alley business with a t 60 CHEVROLE pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . $S95

PLANTING plans maintenance and I For a free estimate A guaranteed Call McKinney Green. Inc. Real. small amo-Mit of capital. Call FR BROWN I '60 Dart Station Wagon .. . . . . . .
Appliance Repair & construction japanese Gardens i work phone Cart C. tor FR 2-3617. 4-2441 or FR 4-2930.. Ask for Mr. n.. . . . $950'

Air Conditioning a Speciality. Senior landscape' Waters. 372-804 NICELY furnished convenient Haynes. 1030 2-3582 E. Univ. DI' '60 SUNBEAM Alpine . . . . . . . . .'. . .. . . .. . $895
architect students and graduate INTERIOR and exterior decorating downtown area. $75. Adults only I I EQUITY FOR SALE In local Investment F .'

horticulturist. Free estimates. work guaranteed free esti- no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music group owning large '59 CHEVROLET, Sedan, Delivery ... . . . 7.C .V.'r. . . $750
Call FR 4-80M after 1J'00 Store. tract valuable property ada- .

A.t HANDYMAN SHOP mates. Call 372-5814. EFFICIENCY cent o city limits In northwestsection. '59 RAMBLER, Station Wagon . '. . . . . . ... . . $795
First In air conditioning and Appliance APARTMENTS $50
Lawnmower Service Owner willing to sacrifice FULL SIZE
repairs. We sell guaranteed Sewing Machine Repaint month. Phone 481-2380. at 1942 purchase price. Ex.I I '59 RAMBLER American Station Wagon . . . . . .. . $595

FR 4.0267.Appraisal washers. refrigerators etc. F.dependable L. Lawnmower Shop for last and FORDYCERENTALS celet In el to years.Urge All I '59 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon 9-possenger .-1 i' :.:':. . . $696
service. 105 S. W.

Service 2nd Ave.and We repair sharpen small knives electricmotors. scissors CALL-SEWING CO. 815 MACHINE W. University SERVICE records about S1.SOO.CPA cas aite s Reire per FORDCUSTOM '59 DeSOTO. . . .. .,-.. .,...,. ,_ ". . . . . . i.' . $B50

Ave. 374-107 We repair alt) 3 Bdr year for more .
AC NW location. $140 mai '
Makes. Work fully guaranteed. 3 Bdr.. SE location semi-furn years. For me Information, 58 RAMBLER Station Wagon . ; : : . . . . .. .. $450
write Box 459-A. c-o GainesvilleSun.
FRED a. ARNOLD Mortgage Broker $75.00 57 STUDEBAKER -Station Wagon._..._.. . . $295
REALTOR 1 Bdr.. SE location, efficiency, 0. -
TELEVISION turn $55.00 a '57 STUDEBAKER Sedan . ...- . $275
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL . . ? *.* *% w. s., .
SERVICE MORTGAGE MONEY 3 Bdr.. NW location, unfurn. $125. DODGE-DART I .. r .*. , .
ttl* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-382 IS 5\\ per cent Interest. Terms to Many more to choose fromFORDYCE 2DOOR2O96OO '57 FORD Statjof.Wagon v./! -). . //. . . . $295

years.BUY BUILD REFINANCECall I PICTURE per Inch TUBE plus $10 Repair to Install SpeciaL most 11 & DODGE TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE I I '57 OLDSMOBfLE4-do! u\:.'... > ,. ..; ".. ... .'.. .. $150

Auto Equipment Dan Byrd tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special ASSOCIATES INC. '59 PONTIAC Station nice $850
KJ NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22S11 Reconditioned TVs from $9 95. $ Wagon._ !' JL.<*< r r . .

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & FHA and tio'm at- lowest THE 7 VARIETY$.E. 1st Ave.STORE- 924 W. Univ."REALTORS 374-1234 119 SE First Aye 56 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, nice ..- r-. r .-r "" ., $495

exchanged Repair kits for current rates. to 25 4 Technician's wtth 84 years experience 372-4343 I RAMBLER $125
54 American
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized years. Will gladly discuss at no : on alt makes.T. EAST SIDE : 2.dor L.- :irvrrvy*-. ... .

I Service Walker Agent. Hydraulfe HULL'S BRAKE Jack Obligation.. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.J. Realtor. V. SERVICE GARDENAPARTMENTS I FAIRLANE '53 CHEVROLET, 4-door . . .J? . *! tf. /* 7. !.,.. ."... $250

SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 $. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24(94, PROMPT- DEPENDABLE 2-DOOR I '
Open 9 4-Closed Wed. at 1 P.M.KWIK .
Main fit W49T FRED B. ARNOLD FIX T.V., SERVICE AINT I Ce In and Meet Our Courteous Safes-_ GW

Auto Glass AND REALTORFHA CONVENTIONALLOANS 431V N.W. 10th Ph. 372-3177 $57 per month vo GW P. G. (Pplie) Holder. ,Elmer Miller.

Gainesville's Finest JOB $1996.00 Cecil 'Simmns. Hot Haymans, Howard

AUTO GLASS U our only business. lilt W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3724S2) Tires Alignment Furnished or unfurnished Warranty Hurd, Albert Mgr.. Warranty

Immediate Installation GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA Brake Service Lowly 1 and 2 t4room apart

fetauty 8 value to'OUr car. rates. Terms to IS vtars. 1228 VACATION SPECIALON
*ULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. 3995 SHAW &
W. Univ. Ava. 375-530. 10 50 2 BR fug
tI3 I N.W. 4tt St. FR t-2558 famous nationally known Mohawk x house trailer.
F. H. A. & Conv. Loans tire . . Save up to bath located 3009 SE Hawthorn RIDGWAY MOC0OR
FORDYCE S. ASSOCIATES. INC. 30% on how tires. See our new Rd. Hillcrest Trailer Perk Lot
Bulldozing REALTORS wrap around retread that gives C9.

'26 W. Univ. 374-1734 more mileage & traction. Lat CLEAN' At KEETER
? bedroom upstairs ipetn.enent.
i4ALL bulldozer loader dump mer Tire Co. 423N. Main St.
trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Too O"ln treated ironth'y. wate HAWESPOWERSBODY
fu>nKhed. $58 Call
PAINTING per mo.
oil. Phone 373.71A4.ADVERTISE .
WINDOW
CLEANINGWINDOWS SHOP

: IN THEDIHECTOEY ?- INTERIOR & exterior painting & cleaned. Doors cleaned I FRS brreomoNle 83- honcwall ', -r! 611 S.W. 3rd St. 238 FR W. Universit 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433

house repairs. 20 years experience and waxed houses washed., 10 let on Glen Springs Pd. .
I IkVlC& work guaranteed. Phone I yrs experience Free estimate About 18 minutes drive to town. FR 2-0538

I 374-OltU Phone FR 2-5'ss"" FR 4-/47J

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16 GoinetvJIle Sun Tuesday July 7, 1964 _


S.Y I U. S. Faces Serious Shortage of Physicists I!I IIA".I: 1 I


N tUt York wtmtll physics teachers enter high 38,000 physicists to fill them. I cohsidered to be the lack In ester hours in physics as the I II; IIII\.GI I

By FRED M. HECHINGER school teaching careers annually Each year, about 500 gradu- .proper preparation. Most universities -minimum desirable training for ELECTRICAL NEEDS
throughout the nation. ates are certified as public consider about 24 sem- a physics teacher. By contrast,I

NEW YORK, The United This gloomy picture is con- school physics teachers in the a survey of physics teachersnow Residential. Industrial. Commercial I
States faces severe shortageof tained in an 85-page "A
a report" entire United States, but only Goulart Suffers employed in the high CALL
Statistical Handbook 1964,
the American Institute on
-
physicists about 300 of them enter teach schools found that 23 per cent
the state of and its implications
physics C. P. Dressier
of Physics reported. The for education, employment ing. This number is only 2 per MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay of them had fewer than nine
crisis, which already deprives cent of the total of 16,700 per- and 14 Electrical Contractor
and financial support, (AP) -, Sources close to Joao semester hours, only per
Phone FR 6-6193
students of adequate physics prepared by Dr. Fred sons who teach some physics- ,'
,{ Boercker Goulart reported today that the cent had 30 or more semester 910 N.W. 4th St.
u ... : instruction, is predicted to have director of manpower studiesin often without proper training -
: hours of
? physics.
far-reaching in the Institute's Education ; :deposed Brazilian president is
consequences and in the high schools at present, --
industry, research and educa Manpower Department, under a suffering from a liver ailment.
the report said. This rate of t
\,r'f.i. tion. By 1970, the experts pre- grant from the National'Science I into understaffed PierceWtiweisys33ViN.MAlHST.
dict, industry and governmentwill Foundation. entry an already The sources said the illness ,

...... .- have deficit- of at least I profession, however, is was not serious and denied a I '**'
20,000 physicists about one- The report stated that basedon considered fatally inadequate.At report from Rio de Janeiro that PHONE 37$.f29l
JOH SON'4 KHRUSHCHEV third of the total number re- current projections there Members He* York -Stock Exchong* I
had suffered heart
will be about 50,300 physics least as serious as the I'Goulart a ,
5 Myles
quired. I Horry
jobs available in 1970 but only lack in numbers _however_ __u___, is attack. Robert W Ktihh
These shortages do not include -
the serious. scarcity of:'
I Johnson, Relaxed, Return; :adequately trained high school :
:
i\physics teachers, the institute'' CELEBRATING OUR 28th ANNIVERSARY

I :To Capital After Holiday added.

Perhaps most serious, the .
: 2faw fork Stmra The President, he said, con- study charges that most American -
tinues to feel that the initial high school and college .- -.., I
WASHINGTON President graduates have not studied
any \
steps being taken by local lead-
Johnson flew back to Washington physics at all.
ers to eliminate segregation are
last night after a four-day
"very hopeful." Only about 300 newly certified
I
.of in the
holiday relaxing se-
clusion of his LBJ ranch and I I I.3
A. financial begins
the company of fellow ranchers.For / independence
Johnson, it was probably A Financing Plan for Every Need 'S ' Li '
the most relaxing and most secluded

holiday he has had since .<., .,< ...

becoming months ago. President seven r y. : '; with a controlled budget . .

In contrast to his past tripsto .t: "' .} i.. ,.: "r
the 400-acre ranch 65 miles f l Ecr ...'.',
.
west of here, there were no of- < 1 \ i:1
ficial callers and only routine

business was transacted. :- ory.... ...
The President spent most of -

his time relaxing on his ranch,
visiting fellow ranchers, goingto ; & ,
fish fries with friends and
going boating on Granite Shoals 0 jt

Lake on a recently acquired '
'
motor cruiser. ;
Apparently on Presidential .. l'
':; '. '
orders, the White House main _
"'
tained unusual secrecy about o "'"

Johnson's activities, even to the ; ;s .

point of declining to say whether 010iE I i1 :; .,..,'. ..
he had gone to church. The tP'...Adf.. < 'y" }; '
contrasted with past OEO "
secrecy i .JJ51 J1IP"
t.
White House policy of giving Ilio f :
1JJ'" f' l,"" 't". .,..A f
rather detailed accounts of the. I rlA ..4.. -I" J
President's activites on his' "., 1 ::;: .,A' S

ranch.White House Press Secretary) I" 1' ." ,, '.:: /tJ5 ,,5.L ,

George E. Reedy said the Presi- It tilT .. <"
dent was continuing to follow 1ft cvRl .

"rather closely" reports on in- NEW ASSOCIATES "':(
tergration steps being taken un-
der the new civil rights law.
g

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Too, But Not

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and related expenses quickly-
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MOSCOW Premier Khrush-
chef, after an absence of three there is no need to let surgical, maternity '
weeks, returned to Moscow yes- dental or other medical expenses drain away ,
terday to be faced immediatelywith your savings.The Associates new Medical Financ-
urgent questions involvingthe ing Plan will provide the money you need today. I .. ..
Sino-Soviet conflict and relations And payments will be arranged for your con- .-"
venience. Associates offers loan .
special plans for ,
with the maverick Com- .
. > .
munist regime Rumania.. any responsible person any personal, businessor -
professional need. Your request large or small
Instead of taking the long vacation
will be handled promptly and in'strictest confi-
the Black .Sea coast
on
dence. Just write or telephone the 'Associates
about which he had wistfully office near for an appointment.
you
spoken, the during Premier his Scandinaviantour appeared to I get this first federal

be headed for a new round of "A.ASSOCIATES

intense. activity.
Informed Communist sources FINANCE, INC.
made it plain today that they t ,
expected him to travel to Warsaw
in about two weeks for new 1321 N. Main Street, GAINESVILLE..:0372.-2551 I
consultations with foreign Com check .mate free'I

munist leaders. No official confirmation .
of the trip could be

obtained. .


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