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City commissioners earmarked $3,000 for "Operation Facelift" -
last night
Convoy, Kill 19
; .1 i The funds will be used for landscaping the four blocks facing ..

It : Courthouse Square once all property owners in each block SAIGON, South Viet Nam '. : .
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agree to improve their block. (AP-Three more U.S. Army *

officers-a major and two cap- Barry
City Manager Bill Green estimated the cost of installing tains-and 16 Vietnamese Rangers
planter boxes and landscaped areas on the square-University were killed Monday in a fflGHLIGHTS ,OF CONVENTIONBig

Avenue, S.E. 1st Avenue, S.E.1st Street and S. Main Street Communist ambush on a high- ,

at $2,900. way notorious for such attacks.A TODAY Speech by Morton. Speech, George Murphy, can- Gains .'

.ig Store owners will remodel their store fronts with a coordinated U.S. enlisted man and 21 6 pjn.-Convention called to Election of National- Committee. didate for the Senate from Cali-

f : paint scheme, new awnings and modernized signs government troops were wounded order by temporary chairman. fornia.

i through the "Facelift" plans already prepared by the City in the rain of heavyweaponsfire Report' of Committee on Rep. Melvin Laird of Wisconsin for nomina
Roll call of states
the Viet Cong guerrillas -
that
I Planning Department. Credentials. presents the report on the StrengthBy
into the 16-vehicle tion for president of the United
poured Introduction of delegations. party platform drawn by the
The program was first announced last week by Howard Hall, convoy 45 miles north of Saigon. Report of Committee on Rules Committee on Resolutions. States.
chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100. .The ambush occurred on JACK BELL and
and Order of Business. Rep. Charles A. Halleck of In- Nomination for president of
f A second "Facelift" meeting will be held tonight at the bloody Route 13, which con- Report of Committee on Per- diana introduces former Presi- the United States. HARRY KELLY
courthouse in the east courtroom at 8 p.m. nects Saigon with the Cambodian 'FRANCISCO (AP-Sen.
manent Organization.Sen. dent Dwight D. Eisenhower.
border 80 miles to the north. Roll call of states for selectionof Barry Goldwater confidently
r The only commission disagreement over the downtown renovation Roman L. Hruska of Ne- Speech by Eisenhower.
Five other Americans have been a nominee for president of steered his swift bandwagon today -
program and allocation was over where the funds killed in ambushes on the roadin braska introduces the permanent WEDNESDAY the' United States.Appointment toward the finish line-
should come from.CommisSioners convention chairman, Sen. 2:30 pjn.-Convention calledto
the past two years. picking up more delegates on
of committee to
Thruston B. Morton of Ken- order by permanent chair-
s rejected the city manager's suggestion that The deaths Monday broughtthe candidate for president. the way-as Scranton forces
notify
contingency funds be used and approved Commissioner James total of U.S. military men tucky. man. formed in a final attempt to flag

S Richardson's motion that the $3,000 come from the planning killed ,in action in South Viet "'. ... .".....,.,,,..""""' ......= ..... <_+ ....."'.s'""" >'.' '.' .. ... .. ". .', :.:'" .. . .. ......... :> ::, :"".y-> r.:" ,- him down.
department's budget.Commissioner Nam since December 1961 to w r Outdistanced but still trying,
157. Another 983. Americans 1."t: fL the backers of PennsylvaniaGov.
Byron Winn disagreed with Richardson and have been wounded in action. William W. Scranton directed -
Commissioners Ed Turlington and Howard McKinney in ear- The names of the latest their fading stop-Gold-

marking the funds from the planning budget. American dead were 'withheld .- ., t:. water drive at the carefully con-
t in Saigon, but in Washingtonthe /':' .. structed platform that bears the
"I favor the
spending but it's
money premature to trans : /
announced the deathsin :"" Arizona conservative's endorse-
fer funds until we know when it will be needed and the Army
amount," Winn explained. Viet Nam of Maj. Joseph W. ment.It .
Burkett, Stephenville, Tex.; likely will be their last real

1 He noted that perhaps only one or two of the blocks will Capt. Billy T. Hatfield, Fay- stand before Wednesday night's

be ready to begin work before the end of the fiscal year, etteville, N.C., and Capt. Rich- balloting for the presidential
when the funds could be specifically budgeted in the new bud- ard M. Sroka Pueblo, Colo.A a ,. >u'{,aL { get which begins in October. U.S. spokesman said the surprise maneuver to try to
.. crack Goldwater's iron
grip on
was passing through 'SS': .
convoy ,
Although Richardson attempted to extend the allocation to rolling, lightly' jungled terrainon yw the convention proceedings.Sen. .
+ $5,000 "to show good faith the move died for lack of a a routine' mission when it Leverett Saltonstall, R-

second. was stopped by road mines. Mass., disclosed they had calledon II
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4'yb'u +y/Y bs rwy.;Qs 'aCH.
Volleys of fire poured into the one of the party's elder j i

seven trucks, four armoredcars statesman, former Secretary of
b. State Christian A. Herter, to of-
and five jeeps. Most of the
i Long Range Plan casualties occurred in the first fer the Scranton forces' versionof

few minutes of the ambush. U.S. a nuclear arms control
amendment.This .
sources said. 0
The firefight lasted about an proposal was aimed at
Program for CityPlanning hour, the American spokesmar Goldwater's statement that the
said. Then the Communist North 'Atlantic Treaty Organization -

slipped back lIt.2Jh jungle. commander should have
Director? David "In the three-months-I'have 'troopT and"fighfeibombers _'' -:: ::'NZ i greater sypervision over small,
Ranger d' .. rqQ' ;i.;, ; : a .i:7'"
T Godschalk presented the first been on this commission all I were sent to the areabut r.,i ?< rt:;. ,",+ t ir; :... 96b. ' {;Kf .. fr, 'ii&F 2: f'' 1 tactical nuclear weapons. i,

of a series of working paperson have heard is specific recom- made no contact with the at ;;;t.i ' Jfl" .' f ....:.j....> );..i" .>>.... ....:... ....., '. ....; ..,..* $;' .... "t, *"' ..f' >#. i,,,\.... It proposed to put the party on
a long-range planning program mendations," Richardson tackers. ,,'. -." \.t .. It- .' ' tih ,1'.. ...: O>itf., .. }.::. ""1 '-. .1., _".?, \l .."../ ,........ record as reaffirming "the his-
to the Gainesville said. ,,. _. ",$;,:._-k. .l; : :: ..;:t.. ;c. _>;, .:._ t; : :::::;, ; ;r.rr
City "There has been very little co American sources said the torical constitutional precept of
Commission last night. ordination." major who was killed was the civilian control over the mili-

The planning director sug- senior military' adviser in Binh lake Still Thirsty tary." It went on to say that

gested a series of joint study He criticized "very poor co- Long Province and the two cap- "the authority to use America's,
sessions the city commis- ordination" in the past, telling tains were the intelligence offi- 'Despite monsoon-like rains that have drenched this area for almost a week, the nuclear weapons belongs only to
by
I sion, plan board and city plan- Godschalk he felt the joint cer for the province and a Ran- water level in 'Newnan's Lake is still about three feet lowerthan_ normal. Proving' the .the President" of the United I

ning staff to discuss future meetings were a "step in the ger adviser to the Vietnamese point (above). is Vernice McAlpin, 17, who lives near the lake. According to fisher 'States. i
planning for Gainesville. right direction." army's 34th Battalion. men, the water level is ,much lower than it was in February. (Sun Photo by Eddie. An agreement was reached by
convention officials to spend an
Davis).
i The long-range planning will hour on this and a proposed

require population, economic, Woman Exchanges Gunfire.with change in the civil rights plank
t neighborhood transportation and County Bryant Sells Bar Closed approved by the Goldwater-

communications systems pub- dominated platform committee.But .
IntruderA Ocala HomeOCALA
Nighttime' Sen. Hugh Scott of
lic facilities and land use stud-
... Here AsNuisance
DueWhittling Scranton backer
ies and an activities analysis. Budget Pennsylvania, a -
Gainesville woman chaseda him last night, Gainesville Police (AP) Gov. Farris thought so little of the pros-
i Preliminary investigations are Negro intruder out of her said. Bryant has sOld his home hereto pects of success that he asked

now being made in possible home after trading gunfire with a Tennessee couple, Mr. and for only 10 minutes to offer a
Det Capt. R. T. Angel said Mrs. Howard McClellan, for
federal assistance in preparinga proposal to denounce "extremists. -
+ comprehensive plan for the the intruder is possibly the By NORM LaCOE $45,000. The Peppermint Lounge in ."
Admit Press who has twice ter-
i city. same man Sun Staff Writer The sale was completed Mon Gainesville's northwest quad- The expected platform battle
rorized in their homes
women rant has been temporarily clos- seemed likely to provide about
Commissioner James Rich- For here in recent weeks. The ,Board of County Commissioners day.The sale led to
ShotCAPE speculationthat
Space ed as a public nuisance by Cir- the last gasp of the Scranton effort -
ardson said be was delighted to 4 About 10:30 last night, Mrs. was expected to get he may not return when cuit Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. to head off Goldwater. The
hear there will be close communication KENNEDY (AP-The Jean L. Morgan, of"205 SE 6th its first look today at the big his term ends next January. The lounge is located at 408 Arizona senator claimed 800

between the com- Defense Department has St., told police: she had heard budget picture for, the fiscal Bryant said he sold the house NW 5th Ave. (See GOP on Page 2)) I
mission, planning staff and changed its mind and will per- noises first outside the house year starting Oct. 1 at i fs because his family require- Judge Adkins' ordered th e

plan board. mit newsmen to enter Cape then inside.Armed budget session in the county ments will be different with lounge closed last Friday evening -

Kennedy to cover Wednesday's with a pistol, she courthouse.The two of his three daughtersaway after several hours of arguments Cattleman

Turnpike Link scheduled triple launching of confronted him inside the budget, a record package in school. by State Atty. Ted
two nuclear detection satellites home. He also was armed witha of requests, totals about Duncan and by Selig Goldin

Soon and a tiny radiationmeasuringsatellite. pistol; they both fired, then* $2.1 million. Requests are aver- who represents Bobby Edward Hayes Dies ,
Opening he ran, Capt. Angel said aging 12 per cent higher than Hodges, operator.of the lounge.
All three payloads will be Neither was apparently hit. appropriations for the fiscal WHERETO The formal court order has not Ralph J. Hayes, prominent
75 '
'The
Interstate link between Highway here launched by a single two-stage Twice in past weeks a Negro year which began last Oct. 1. been filed as yet. cattleman and businessman, I
connecting rocket. man entered homes in a similar Included are funds requests A hearing is scheduled ,July died last night after a short I
and the Florida turnpike at The department reversed itself -. manner. On at least one occas- from the county's 36 agencies.The FIND IT 31 to decide whether the injunc- illness in Alachua General Hos
be short-
Wildwood will opened
Monday after repeated requests ion, he robbed a woman and pay for 225 persons is rep tion shall be permanent. pital.! He was 62. f
ly, the Florida Highway Patrolannounced from news media. threatened rape, according to resented in the package. Comics . . ... . 10 Duncan moved to close the Services will be at 10:30: '

yesterday. An Atlas Agena rocket is Gainesville Police. Howard Weston, administrative Classified . . 11.13 lounge on the basis of complaints ajn. Thursdayin
1-75 is now open from Perry, scheduled to blast off at 3:22: The armed intruder in Mrs. assistant to the commission, Entertainment . 14 from neighborhood resi- the chapel oft "
Ga., to U.S. 441 in Alachua, the a.m. to propel the two 485-pound Morgan's home"could be the said the budget package in- . Obituaries . . . 2 dents and by the Mt. Carmel e Williams- J-
patrol said. The link from thereto detection satellites and the same man we beileve it is," cludes all requests which were Opinion Page . . 4 Baptist Church, he said. Thomas Funeral -
. _ . .7 8 !
the Sunshine State Parkway three-pound "pygmy" payload Capt. Angel said this morning. presented by agencies during ..Women's Sports Duncan said Hodges has been Home in ;.
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t will be. ready for traffic July toward separate orbits more investigation is continuing four weeks of budget hearings.See convicted of three charges related Gainesville. The .fJl'

:3. than 60,000 miles hie'. today. ( BUDGET on Page 2)) to club operation, that Rev. Thomas .i.-

club patrons have been convicted Mitchell, pastorof .

for disorderly conduct, the First ,.' "
and that arguments and fights MethodistChurch _/ ''iko, .
Reforms .
I Election Fuss Points
to / A"
have occurred near the club. of which ...if'.'
/
; ., The state attorney also said Haves was--- a "
white male and coeds students member, will Hayes

_I By NORM LaCOE officials. It does not specify er_ deputy, allegedly as occurr- from the University of Florida officiate.
is. ed in Alachua County. have become intoxicated in the Burial will be in Evergreen
Sun Staff WriterTALLAHASSEE what a signature
A thor- Code Needs Revision Other counties had other lounge. The club is predom- Cemetery.See .
In Alachua County, some
{ problems with the election laws. inantly Negro. ( HAYES on Page 2)
ough 'revision of Florida's election forms had initials of deputies
code is pending, as a result written. The circuit In Levy County, absentee
To' Procedures typed or
Clarify ballots raised legal questions
elec-
of the May primary court must decide if initials are
of Alachua, Levy and which are involved in Kynes'
tion woes legal signatures. Roberts said, suit YOUR GUIDE
other counties. the election code'should spell it
Revision Is needed because to throw out the Alachua bal overturn Byron Winn's 46-vok out Other problems which arose

vague clauses and conflict i n g, lots in the state attorney gen- victory for the city commission.One found felons or deceased per. TO THE ELECTION
provisions could permit candi- eral contest. Kynes lost the Alachua County procedure Roberts also said the code,is sons still carried on election

dates who lose at the polls to contest to Earl Faircloth by less which ended in court, involved vague about appointment of dep rolls, and found wide variationin
uties. Normally, appointment of 'procedureS for taking elec- What are the Republicans up to in San Francisco? Is convention -
win in the courts. than 600 votes. He lost in Ala signatures of registration
secondary officials would be leg- tion oaths. behavior reflected in the GOP strategy to capture the
Two lawsuits developed in chua County by 1,800 ballots. If officials. Another procedure'un-
al only by a primary official One section of the code provides White House in November? How will the Democrats react at
Alachua County as a result of the Alachua vote is thrown out, der question was whether dep-
election procedures.The . Kynes will win the state election. uties appointed by the registration But the election code says dep-' that books may be taken their,convention next month In Atlantic City
State Legislature's Interim - supervisor in turn can appoint uties shall have all official pow- precincts to register voters, No one has all of the answers, but most of them are In
Committee is' other deputies. ers of the registration supervisor. and some counties registered The New York Times Election Handbook for 1964, a handy i
Elections *
The circuit court in Tallahassee guide to the political straggles at hand. .
the problem, and will William Roberts, general voters at precincts. Another'
studying recommend action to the 1965 currently is hearing counsel to Secretary of State The circuit court now must clause permits registration Get your copy of the comprehensive book at the lobby counter I
next April 5 *: Kynes_ suit Tom Adams said the state election decide if the election code thus books to be taken into populated in the Sun Building, only 75 mil..Add 10 cents for postage -

Legislature. In .one. Alachua County suit In the other case, Dr. t Edwin code only requires that registration empowers any deputy'' registra- areas. This was interpretedSee and handling of mall orders. '

Gene.". .James,. jtu*. ''Kynes* ,-seeks"* Andrews lost his court battle to forms be signed by pan supervisor to appoint anoth- ( ELECTION on Page 2)


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votes for a first-ballot nomination j'io".j---:'; ; -'_'..--.i' -- '1" ....;.;
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:- :1 ' .'f;. ; -4 Wednesday. He needs only B C D F Mostly sunny Hall Site named to design the city's fifth

[ 655. and warm Wednesday with a City I fire station.

it ::1 The latest Associated Press few local afternoon thunder- Due Discussion Realtor John Merrill submit.

compilation credits him with showers. Low tonight in the s. ted his resignation from the

with him 70s. Southwesterly winds 10 Plan Board so he could be named -
;'781, if they stick including F Mayor Howard McKinney announced
1 : 42 he gobbled up Monday -. to 15 miles per hour. E \ last night that the right-of-way agent for the

t 'I when Ohio delegates were A Partly cloudy Wednesday with commission. will discuss site I. city's SW 2nd Avenue widening;

I released by Gov. James A. I widely tonight scattered in. the 70s.thundershowers. Low. k I location for the new city hall project between South Main and

Rhodes to voteS for the man of I EH Mostly sunny Wednesday -. \ I f next Monday. I SW 7th Terrace.
their choice on the initial ballot. Low tonight in the 70s. Winds most- -. t The subject has been in limbo -. Mayor Howard McKinney said

I If there was any chance that ly 15 miles southeast per hour.through southwest ( to "4% I since June 22, when com the 'unreasonable wording" ol

Goldwater might ask Scranton . missioners rejected the priority the conflict of interest claus
G Mostly sunny Wednesday. Low'- ':.
to share the ticket with him, it tonight upper 70s. Southeasterly winds recommendation of the First'ederal in the city,charter makes it dif-
I to 15
apparently disappeared finally miles per hour. parking lot area in a. ficult to fill appointed boards.

when the Pennsylvania governor local I -afternoon Mostly sunny thundershowers Wednesday likely.with ' 1, lengthy meeting where angry I The charter revision commit.tee .

said Monday night that he Low tonight in the 70s. citizens protested the recom headed by City Attorney

did not write a bitterly critical tonight J Mostly with low sunny around Wednesday.80. Easterly Fair GAINESVILLE mendation.A Osee Fagan is currently study.

letter forwarded' under his signature winds 10 to 15 rmles per hour.' .WEATHER, commission committee has! ing the conflict of interest pro

to Goldwater Sunday TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE Municipal Airport readings been> studying the four proposed -! vision.
night. But Scranton assumed the ,H L Prep. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: sites.
Jacksonville .
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___ .... .::::: f] 72 $4 High 90 at 1-3 low 68
w > responsibility for it. Miami :.:::::. 87 73 p.m. McKinney said commissioners -
Tampa ..............;... n 78 at 5-6 a.m. Rainfall .80 inches. Alligator
Youth Leaders ArriveDr. John Conmy, a Scranton press Atlanta ................. u 44 hope to make a decision on
New Orleans ............
aide (3 68
said .19 hall
the had not ALMANAC the city site at next
governor .. ..... .
Boston ? ......... tl 60 .10' Killed After
:Myron Blee (left), president of the Florida Institute,Continuing University seen the letter before it went to New York ...... 67 1.01 Sunset today ............... 7:32 pjn. week's meeting so plans can
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Washington Sunrise tomorrow 5.39
85 69 .m.
Studies, and Gert Schmidt, member of the State Board of Control, Goldwater and had not ordered Chicago ................ n 60 .17.07 ,Moonset tonight .......... 11:36 p.m. progress for the new, city hall.
were on hand last night to greet .youth leaders here for the 12th Annual Flor- it sent to the senator. He did not Kansas City ........... 82 t9 First Quarter ................ July U Attacking DogAn
Denver ................. n PROMINENT STARFt.
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ida Youth Workshop at the' University of Florida. Candy hotas and Danny i volunteer the names of those .' Worth .............. 92 U Fomalbaut, rises _......... 11:32 pm.
Denmson, (above) both of P. K. Yohge Laboratory School, are among the 200 I who were responsible. Los Angeles ........... 88 62 VISIBLE PLANETS AppointmentReconsidered alligator who attacked I
Seattle ....._........... 75 57 Saturn. well above Fomalhaut '
teenagers gathered to..discuss youth problems. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis)_._ i Scranton said that some ot theetter's CEDAR KEY TIDES Jupiter rises ............... 1:49 am. homeowner's dog was killed
.,..............
i l acrid language attacking Wednesday High at 4.06 am. and Venus rises 3.53 am. 'esterday by a sheriff's dep
li 6:10 pm. Low at 12:14 p.m Mars. above Venus.
I i "Goldwaterism" was "too uty.
More About trong.; But he s aid he still Newly-appointed plan board 'Deputy Sheriff Johnny Yar

thinks the issues with which it member Dr. Clayton Curtis brough reported he killed t h I

I.SEEt&y dealt are important.It Find 2nd BodyIn asked the City Commission last reptile-which he estimated tf
night to reconsider his
BudgetFrom was generally understood in appoint- nine feet-after a call by Mrs

the, Goldwater camp that his ment, requesting majority approval -Winston Summerlin, of Bivin'i:

Page 1 choice for his vice presidential from the five-member Arm on SW 13th St.

the SUN running mate was Rep. WilliamE. Miss. RiverBy commission. Mrs. Summerlin said the alligator

It is theboard's first chanceto .. Miller, New. York Roman Curtis was appointed last had mauled her dog neal

i II II see the budget requests as a Catholic, who heads ,the Republican week on the votes of Commissioners her home. .

POLICE, FIRE REPORT 9,15;, p. m. Wednesday about package, Weston said. l National Committee. But DUDLELEHEW I Discovery of the first body James Richardson and Yarbrough reported he spot

r Accident Roundup :one mile south of Lochloosa, according Requests now must be studied there was a reservation that, if TALLULAH, La. (AP-) t touched off speculation that it toward McKinney. Commissioner -ted the alligator in the wata

Involved in accidents reported to a late sheriff's report. compared, md pared as former .President Dwight D. Federal, state and local investigators I might be one of the three civil Alan Sutherland was op- about 200 yards from the Sum

j' by the Gainesville Police Edgar Taylor, High Springs, needed to bring outgo into line Eisenhower should request it, continued to probe a I rights workers who mysterious-sed, Commissioner Byron merlin home. He shot it once ii J

Department and Alachua County -and Freddie L. Young, Newberry -with the income expected from some, approach to Scranton muddy offshoot of the Mississippi l ly dropped out of sight,June 21 Winn abstained and Commissioner the head, then went after it b!

t Sheriff's Office in the past about five miles north of revenues for the coming year. might be made.Goldwater River today after the discov- near Philadelphia, Miss. Ed Turlington was ab boat.

i 24 hours were: Newberry on SR 45 about 5:15 The budget will begin to approach said, after hearing ery of portions of two bodies. Effects found the first !sent. The 'gator, swam thwart'

I) Earl Sparkman, Loohloosa, p.m. yesterday. few weeks.final shape in another Scrantonrs explanation on the The almost unrecognizablelower were traced to Charles on Moore body Curtis said that he had reser- the boat, hit it, and was killei
a
,
I Noyes F. Hart, 3W N2 9th County Tax Assessor Pierce letter, that, "I feel more chari- portion of a body was Meadville, Miss., Negro whose I vations about accepting due to by Yarbrough's gunfire as 1
St. and Elizabeth H.' Norton table about it now." found Monday near the surfaceof surrounding tried to swim away, he said.
II Smith is expected to present family said he had left home on the circumstances -
I Hands OffIntegration 1704 NW 12th Rd., at NW 13th his estimated tax roll to the If the presidential and vice Old River about 17 miles May 20 to go to Louisiana to l his appointment. He said
of
south this
northeast Louisiana -
,St., and 11th Rd. at 4:20: p. m. commission at the end of this residential nominations thus town. seeK work. he owed it to the commission Former Iran

yesterday.Jay month. seemed to be more or less re- Police sources at Jackson said to ask that his name be resub-

I .R. Johnson, Ft. Myers, The board then must adjust solved, there remained the The body was taken to the Monday night the second body:mitted for full consideration. Premier Dies

Wallace Told and Charles. Loar, 4004 NW assessments, set the millage choice: of a new national chairman University of Mississippi Medical was believed to be that of Henry; Since Sutherland was absent I

21st Ter., at SW 13th St., and rate, estimate revenue and balance Kitchel to succeed Miller. Denison Center at Jackson, Miss., Dees, another Meadville Negro l last night, the appointment re TEHRAN, Iran (APFot)

MONTGOMERY Ala: (AP-) 2nd Ave. at 1:55: p.m. 'yester expenditures and reve- Goldwater's campaign where a torso found the pre- who disappeared about two I consideration was delayed un mer Premier Hussein Ala, 7!

A three-judge ,federal.panel,has[ nues. The' millage rate for the choice manager for, emerged, as the top vious day had been tentatively months ago.Madison I til next week. died today of pneumonia ,at hi
ordered Gov. C. Wallace day.Robert current fiscal year is slightly this job. identified as a former student at Parish Sheriff W. M. home on the outskirts of Tec
George I D. McPhearson, 1246 Monday night, in the conven- all-Negro Alcorn A&M Collegeat
less than four cents on the dollar Seaman discovered the second
and the State Board of Education
-NE 20th Ave., at NW 13th Stand wn's keynote ran.In
for assessed valuation. speech, Gov. Lorman, Miss. body on the Mississippi stateside Resignations 57 years as a diplomat ant I
with
to cease interfering 5th Ave. at 10 ajn. Mark 0.
yester- Hatfield
I school desegregation.The Taxpayers will feel the bite of Oregon said of the sluggish channel, politician, Ala was premie
f day. when tax bills are mailed out that in opposing the Democrats which once was the main Accepted.. I twice. He also once was ambassador '

order Monday noticeablydid Fire Calls in October. II. the Republicans should offer the VohmtaryApportioning branch of the restless Mississippi. to Washington.

( not order statewide integra- At 1:18 ajn.'today, fire in Two-thirds of county offices nation "a choice between fear It now is a loop with little Two resignations based on f
tion. Instead, it: have asked for and faith." current conflict of ,interest stipulationsin
auto on south US 441 near Mic- more money.I except during high wa-
-Prevents Wallace: Stat anopy. Five have, asked less than was: Hatfield characterized the the city charter were accepted

School Supt. Austin Meadowsand At ', appropriated, for the current'Johnson administration as fear- Predicted ter.Both corpses bore remnantsof by the City Commission last
959pm. yesterday short
,
other members of the State year. Seven offices have held breeding and reactionary, accused clothing. The feet of the first night.

Board of Education from interfering .! circuit SW 4th in Ave.Hobby air. conditioner at 204: he line. President Johnson 'ofdoubletalk JACKSONVILLE (AP) Sec- were bound with rope. A similar: Architect Lester N. May resigned -
I I from the Board of Ad-
j with desegregation and needled him rope was wrapped around the
any L retary of State Tom Adams predicts -
could be
, order .a federal court might More About about the Bobby Baker case. the 1965 Legislature will second torso.More justment so his firm

hand down. Show Republicans have said itself
they reapportion voluntarily, an
Gainesville Sun
-Orders the Macon (Tuske- intend to make a campaign issue action U. S. Rep. Robert Sikes About I Judges of value lik

gee) County School Board ,to To Open AtBoys' ElectionFrom out of the private financial thinks will hurt northwest Flor- Published. evenings except the value of our eel

desegregate immediately all operations of Bobby Baker, sec Saturday and Sunday morn- Insurance Conte
four high, school grades from retary to the Senate Democrats ida.The ings by the Gainesville Publishing -
I Club : U. S. Supreme Court ruled HayesFrom Company at 101 SE Inc todsyl
J the 9th to the 12th and at least 1 when Johnson was their leader.I state legislatures be apportionedon 2nd Place, Gainesville. Florids

one elementary grade in every' Gainesvilb! Boys' Club library Page Johnson accepted a hi-fi set a basis and Adams and entered as second class 117 N.E.
I' a population matter at the Post Office at
school is sponsoring a hobby show with as permitting house-to-house Washington insurance ,man said said he felt Florida law. Page ] Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .' ,

-Reprimands the State Boardof I members invited to bring hobbies solicitation of registrations. I he sent Johnson at. Baker's'makers would do so next ses Hayes moved to Gainesvillein RATES BY ; . ,- 15th Ave.

Education for "failing, in the for display and judging. Roberts said that Adams' office suggestion. I sion. 1939, and built a thriving CARRIER OR MAIL -' PhoneFRanklin
up
exercise of its control and believes the code sets I Hatfield got resounding applause 1 Week .45 ,
Exhibits already entered include up cattle business. He owned
supervision over 'the ,public: impossible requirements when he criticized the 'He also predicted, in a speech grazing 3 Mas. $5.85 .
: autograph books, model]I con- lands in Alachua County on
j schools of this state, to use John Birch Society the Ku Klux Monday to the Florida Mobile 2-0444
All
tributions and financial man mail subscriptions must
planes and Rockey Point Road, where he
such control and supervision... ships, scrapbooks,, agement of campaigns.For Klan and the Communist party.He Home association, that the apportionment -lived and Watermelon:' be paid in advance.
Beatle near
pictures and
stamps Member
would involve two of Audit Bureau of
the
to promote and encourage match covers. example, one provisionsays urged Republicans, Democrats Pond. He also owned lands in Circulation.All .
I
elimination of racial discrimination. a candidate may not ,incur and independents to "set houses instead of a move to- Levy County.At Ralph TurlingtonP

." Charlie Dobbs, program,director debts. Roberts said it appears -out again on the pilgrimage of; ward a one-house legislature.Sikes one time he was in the the material property contained of the Gainesville herein Is
the from said more than 50 entries that said, in a letter to con- Publishing Company. (c) 1964 P '
-Prevents state us ; a candidate could be faith-as. opposed to fear and grocery businessin Gaines- noi'
Reproduction in whole In
partIs
ing public funds to support private were expected for the show r placed in a situation whereby hatred." stituents from Washington, that ville. He maintained varied strictly forbidden without or the FARM PST
a
segregated schools. which will run through Friday. it would be illegal for him to For the first time in 36 years "it is doubtful that any reason- business interests, but in recent written permission of ,the publisher. I Mutual Offlcei Automobile Insurance CompMHtm / .
able which would ade- lloomJflftoA,JUUioia
plan give
However, the injunction did close his campaign office and I former President Herbert Hoover years had concentrated on
: quate recognition to all areas of
not: Retarded Child payoff his telephone bills. now 89 and ailing, is not at cattleraising.He .
will be
state
our approved by
-Order statewide desegregation This situation would permit; the Republican convention. He I the court." was born in Chiefland, VACATION SPECIALS AT

of schools. a loser to challenge a winner sent a message which was readfor I and attended the Levy County
Sikes
Group Meets in the courts, unless it is Reapportionment, said
Prohibit state authorities corrected him by Senate Republican schools.
'
would mean a shift in control of GASr
Roberts said. WELL
from continuing to allocate Leader Everett ,M. Dirksen of r He was a president of the r
the state to the metropolitanareas I
funds for segregated schools. Here TodayThe "We had more trouble this Illinois. of south Florida. Present Alachua County Hiding: Horse --

-Rule Alabama's pupil place year"The than ever before," he said. Hoover proposed a brief, apportionment is healthy and Association, and was a member -
ment law unconstitutional. monthly meeting of the code just doesn't cover declaration of of the Shrine, Elks and
eight-point princi fair, he said.JUan .
Richan Alachua County Association for: many situations. : Gainesville Golf and Coantiy
The three judges ples in place 'of the long plat
Retarded Children will be-Tues He said stronger enforcement I Club. He also belonged tc the '
Rives of, the 5th U.S. Circuit form the convention will adopt > FREE -
Court of Appeals and District day at 8 p. m. in the County provisions revealed some of thecode's today and said the Republican Retrial Cattlemen's Association.Survivjig .
School Administration Building, inadequacies. are his wife, Mrs.
,H. H. Grooms of
Court Judges offers the "best assurance 24 BOTTLE -
1817 E. University Ave. Richard H cilia h a n, Ad party Mary Hill Hayes: father. .W
and Frank ?bl:. Due
Birmingham ams' administrative I that these principles will prevailin in.Sept.JACKSONVIlLE .
Johnson of Montgomery-made A new film, "Mental Retard assistant: I H. Hayes, Gainesville; one
and executive the United States. )
director to the Miss CASE ofCOKE j.
it clear that they will retain ju: ation a National Concern" will] legislative An emotional peak was (AP) Re- daughter, Margaret .
committee is in 1 Gainesville and
.
Hayes, a brother
risdiction and may take further be shown. charge of drafting revisions I reached when Dirksen called for trial of a Ku Klux Klan bomb I Glenn Chiefland.ADVERTISEMENT .

I action "if such Interference... Karl Lundgren will report on The revisions will be turned "an' ovation to lengthen his plot case will be held sometimein Hayes .

continues or occurs, in the future studies and statistics made recently over to the committee in Sept: span of years." The Cow. September, a federal prose- ( ) j .. ,

either directly or indirectly- by the Total Employ ember. Palace rocked with cheers. I cutor has announced. Now Many Wear '
with
through the use of subtle coer ment Committee of the Gaines So that the views of all af: Both Goldwater and Scranton Assistant U.S. Attorney William -: I Oil Change : '

cion or outright interference ville Chamber of Commerce in r fected groups will be reflected paid calls on Eisenhower at his I J. Hamilton Jr. said Mon FALSE TEETH S Lubrication

when the local school authorities !1- regards to the need for a abel[ in the final revisions, election hotel Monday. Neither camel day the exact date was not fixed ,With More Comfort II I Filter Changeoil

attempting to comply tered workshop for greater and for the second court appearance ij ( air)
are county officials and away with any 'tangible evi PASTEETH. pleasant alkaline or
with the desegregation orders ofa Gainesville.The party leaders, as well as legis dence that the former president of four admitted Klansmen. (non-acid)POWder. holda false teeth
declared for' more firmly.To eat and talk in more
federal court." public Is invited. lators, are members of the elections is doing anything but remaining Mistrials were comfort. just sprinkle a little PAS- 11 Special Offer Good Thru July Only!
the four when a jury failed to TEETH on your plates. No gummy
committee. neutral in the gooey pasty taste -
presidential con or feeling. Cbecks"plauodor"
early this month. A fifth I
agree (denture breath) GetrASTZSTH

t @bttuartcCHRISTINE Long Proposal testYemen man was acquitted. ,I at any drug counter ,
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actor Tom Stern says he Seek UnionCAIRO High School "Dropouts"Lose ''i TRY THIS BIG BUY!

LATOUR on arrival at a Starke hospital proposed via trans-Atlantic telephone ]., _ Famous NylonAilWeather

Word has been received here Sunday night after an' auto- to British actress Samantha L-' (AP)-The United $25 $50 weekNEW ,. .. 42*
to I ,
of the death \of Mrs., Christine mobile accident on State Road Eggar-and she accepted L I Arab Republic and Yemen will per -- -

Latour of Miami Sunday after- 16 east of Starke near Kingsley The two met when Miss Eg_ set wIthTUFSYN
: up a committee to coordi--
noon. She is the motherof Lake. gar was here to film "The Col nate political and YORK. N.Y. (Specicl)- This preparation can be completed __ ;' 3-T Nylon cord ,Iv.. this tire
economic'poU- Recent Government reports show as quickly as your spare I _ greater strength than other
econo
Born in he
Tenn.
Trenton "
Marinus Latour University of ,
lector. The actress, 21, has cy as a step toward eventual Union that persons without a High time permits. my-line tirea. And Tubyn ia the
Florida professor of electrical was Navy veteran the Korean -[since returned to London. School Diploma earn $25-$50 less The State diploma issued when I toughest rubber Goodyear baa ever
I engineering, 1045 NE 5th St.I I conflict. per week than High School Grad you pass the High School Equivalency -, used in auto Urea.
uates. A High School Diploma Exams m x 15 alack
will be at 2 m. Survivors include his mother, receives generalocc _ _ Wilt Tube
Seryices p. -- - IDEAL :
-a- FOR has actually been estimated to be tance in busniess and Civil _ _ _ NOW $ 88 .
Plus T.
Type
the Ben Lanier Mrs. Eva Holley Carter, Trenton 3- i worth 8
Wednesday at _ AIR CONDITIONED $250,000 during a perso&slifetime. Service as the equivalent of a I JUST and Recap-
Funeral Home in Miami. Tenn.; his wife, Evelyn HOMES SPREADS regular 4 year High School Di- able Tire.Wkitesatls .
Brown Carter, Starke; a _ To' help overcome the tremen- ploma. Men and women, who enhr I2JO ..,.
CHARLES CARTER daughter AIR FURTHER. dous "Dropout" problem States lack a High School Diploma
Eva Jeanette )
; a stepSon p / HIGH VELOCITY from coast to 'coast row, Her a being urged to follow the thou-I
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STARKE Services for David.Jones,Starke; three ___ Special High School Equiyalency; sands. of "Dropouts" who have j INSTANT CREDIT To Holders of Not. Credit Cards
Charles G. Carter, 33, of sisters Mrs. 0. A. Karnes, Ru- FAK Diploma. This diploma is being already bettered themselves by
Starke, will Wednesday. at therford, Tenn.; .Mrs. Lonnie 'mode available to the 62,000.000 getting a high school education.
By R & M HUNTER I IflIRD adults who never finished High An informative Home Study/
4 p. in, at the, Hope Baptist: Davis., Trenton, Tenn.; and ,School. School Booklet is being offer:; ::

Church at Theressa. Mrs. .George R. ,Selph. Jacksonville 1 The Board of Regents of the free of charge to sercus minded I -A
ReV: Merle Packham will officiate Beach. : State of New York has chartered' persons' who need a H:gh SchccZ!j
-_. with ,wIa1 in the DeWjtt C, Jones the National School -of Home Diploma. Requests should.! bej I
, Funeral Ha 'tZ!
,
... Study. This shool now offers a mailed to the Notional School cfi I
church cemetery. Home,of .Starke isin, -. charge of rw:MRIQNG roMR LOt home study course that ,helps Home Study. Dept. GS3. 341 114 N.W. 13th St.
Carter was pronounced dead I arrangements. 'j ,"Dropouts" prepare to pass the Pecchtree N.W., Rm. 701, Atlanta. - I Phone 372-1489
; ,Equivalency! Diploma Exams. Ga. I,
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THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST
CONSCIENCEOF




! (iafnt5uillc Sun > Strategy-"'" .... in the South


THE t. not only to dramatize his differences doubt be large in most states,
Nrm fork (Timrs On this same point, Governor
I Scranton said Sundayon with Goldwater, but the general feeling here ia
"
By JAMES RESTON that it will not be large
JOHN R. HARRISON Prtildtnt in* SOUTHBy the Meet the Press tele- to put an end to speculationthat
Publisher PAT COWLES, Vic. PreslFloridar SAN enough to as many
FRANCISCO The carry
-
vision That there he the vice
dent Ed JOHNSON, Vice President program: might accept
s Beautiful states as Eisenhower did. ,
i and Executive Editor; W. G. (Bill Republican Party, accordingto were rumors in the conven- presidential nomination witha

University City' t EBERSOLE, Vice President and Advertising RALPHIcGILL its current slogan, is on Nobody however is ableto
+ Director; BOB TARTAGUOKE FtUtier Prix Winning Publisher I tion that one of the reasons man who would attract the ,
Vice President and Circulatien Manager. Of the Atlanta, (Ga.) C..IUt.flu the "go" "-it is going to the why the Goldwater people votes of racists. estimate the extent of the

THE SUN'S POLICY right, to the West, and to the wanted to keep references to anti-Negro vote in any sec- I

Barry'sFingers South. discrimination out of the plat- Purely aside from the tion of the country, and this I
1. Report the news fully and I Impartially In the news columns. moral aspects of the ques-
The saddest in this form was in the hope of get- is the real underground issue
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials. figures I
i 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. convention are the eastern ting Governor Wallace out of tion, the political problem of in this convention. Rooseveltwas I

l+./l :,i:: The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 moderates, who have domi- the race. winning in the the South is a- the only Democratic I I
; tough one for Republicans. in
president this country who
; ,. .. Want Ads-376-4672 # ,', nated every other Repub- It is fear that Goldwater It is not easy for the I
-. lican convention managed to win a majority r
, .. -,' ' ;" since 1940. would be the beneficiary of South to switch political allegiance -
of the vote thereis
popular
so
) Collins9 Opposition ._. : f:, ,Crossed? evision General commentator Eisenhower is a Rich-tel- the anti-Negro vote, and that especially with a clearly a large stable Republican
I ; he would be reckless
on nuclear southerner at the top of the vote.
ard Nixon is an outsider, and
I policy that induced Democratic ticket. Also, the
) It is unfortunate but not surpris- aid communities to deal: with racial SAN FRANCISCO In Governors Rockefeller and
The do not
delegates .
many ways this conventionhas Scranton and Ambassador Scranton to send Goldwater Negro vote is rising in the say

ing that Senator Strom Thurmond, conflicts. been, and is, a charm- Henry Cabot Lodge are regarded Sunday one of the most crit- South, and nothing that is much about this, even in pri- !

of South Carolina, dredged up an old ing one. The most interesting almost as agents of ical letters ever addressed happening here is likely to vate, but the issue is there
The public accommodations sec- reading to date has been the the Democratic
opposition. nevertheless. There is
a
controversy in an apparent effort to from one presidential candi- pos
i swing that vote to the Re-
from the love letters
1 concededto excerpts
law is generally
of the
, block the Senate nomination of Flor- tion of former Republican When the GOP met here in date to another. publicans. sibility, in some quarters

contain the greatest potential President Warren Harding. 1956 to nominate General Eisenhower there is even a hope, that the
ida ex-Governor LeRoy Collins for of enforcement in the, Scranton has said privatelythat
difficulty Much of the news, indeed Len Hall openedthe Eisenhower was able to Republicans can hold their

I a key position under the newly- South. President Johnson's choiceof has come from outside proceedings by shouting: he would rather lose the split the South on the peace own people and add enough j

enacted equal rights legislation. Collins to head the Community sources. Senator Goldwater, "Is everybody happy?" election than win it on the issue in 1952 and 1956, and Democratic and independent ;

e Relations Service is particularly appropriate who is soon to be nominated, Nobody tried that one today. votes of people opposed to' the South has clearly showna votes on the race issue to

r Governor Collins, who steps downas therefore. Collins is a na- has been talking freely to a For the party is deeply' split civil equality for the races. tendency to vote more for win. But this is precisely the I'

' president of the National Association tive Southerner, a former governorof gel German, while magazine avoiding, Der Spie such on handling the race issue And there is some reason for the Republicans, ever since, strategy that repels many ,
any Republicans and makes the )
and the Communists and it
of Broadcasters, is chief of Florida who also has experienceas interviews in depth at home. believing that he couched his but while the GOP popularvote Goldwater "southern strat
is "southern
embarking
on a
He is
I the Community Relations section. a spokesman for business. The Senator's testimony be- strategy" against its own letter in such sharp terms, in the South will no egy" so doubtful. I' I

a man with a rational and respon- fore the Platform Committee traditions.Sen. .

sible outlook on the race question. was neat but not gaudy. It
If the "cause of the South" is a was in net a fine commence- Goldwater has barely THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT

continuation of second-class citizen- been ment speech filled with nice hinted at this problem. He
1 I Suprising good results have
words and phrases. But whenit said here the other day that
and economic exploitation in breaking down discrimi- From FriscoBy
for achieved
ship was done, one wondered the Republicans had to be Findings
[/ of the Negro, then Thurmond is nation in public accommodations in what, after all, had been strong in the South to win.

'i right about Collins. But it is sig- the South as a result of improvisedand said. And Sunday, he told the Florida
DAVID LAWRENCESAN made out to be. Often there The Goldwater strength is
nificant that even such conserva- makeshift efforts at persuasion, delegation that he
THE SENATOR does FRANCISCO The are delegates who waver and conceded. Dr. Eisenhower,
not "
! tives as Senators Holland and Sma- chiefly by the Justice Department.The want to drive away any "would Wallace hope"of that Alabama Governor state of mind of the majorityof vacillate as seemingly logical who is president of John Hop-

thers, of Florida, praised Collins Southern votes, and yet he would withdraw from the the delegates at the Republican arguments are pressed upon kins University and is to make

and expressed approval of the nomi- new law sets up formal con- does not want to lend presidential race because, he National Conventionis them. Governor Scranton of the principal speech nominat-

nation. Obviously, Senator Thurm- ciliation machinery. It backs the con- strength to the charges conceded, he and Wallace best illustrated by a pieceof Pennsylvania and his mana- ing Scranton, gives the impression -
of against him by Northern advice that the late Senator gers here have been hopingto that the Arizona senator -
I ond must be "way out" in his judg- ciliation efforts with the threat have overlapping strength in
leaders that he is against Claude Swanson of Virginia create such doubts and to is on top but that thereis
make the parties to the southern states.It .
action to
ments. court civil rights for all Americans.The once gave to his fellow bring about a "cross-over," still hope for a miracle to

I negotiation more willing to agree to Senator, therefore, at- is not difficult to foresee politicians in what came to be but the effort hasn't proved bring about a shift to Scran

But let's examine the new job voluntary compliance. This techniquehas tempted to cope with this either the political or moral known as "Swanson's code." successful.In .
ton.The
1. in the light of Collins' experience worked successfully in count- with a brief sentence. He problem ahead for the Re- One of the admonitions was fact, it is conceivablethat former president, on the

and background, and see whetherthe less municipalities and states with said that neither he nor the publicans. To win in the as follows: some of Mr. Scranton's other hand, does not publicly

gentleman from South Carolina anti-discrimination laws.It Republican Party accepts the South, Goldwater must not "Always climb aboard the pointed criticisms of Senator express any preference, andit
fact that there is in this country only defeat the first southern rear platform of a train be- Goldwater may have unwittingly is not difficult to assume

I' talks sense. any such thing as first president in a hundred years fore it actually leaves the railroad strengthened the Arizona that, while he might have
whether it and second class
be
remains to
seen citizenshipor (not counting Wilson), but station." senator by intensifyingthe liked someone else better he
The newly-created Equal Employ- can be made to work in areas where first and second class must somehow avoid havingto Sometimes this has been referred determination of those recognizes the deep-seated desire -

ment Opportunity Commission is there is hard-core resistance to the rights. share the anti-civil rights to as "climbing aboard working for him. There are for a Goldwater nomina-

charged with using conciliation and law and unwillingness to accept the This, of course, is precisely vote with Wallace.To the band-wagon." But, what- signs for instance among tion which is being manifested

what the Civil Rights Law ever the setting, the connotation of the women voters in different parts of the
persuasion in the first instance to principles of equality on which the says, and the Senator voted this end, it is reportedhere many
settle complaints of employment discrimination law is based. But most Americansare against it. It also is what the that Goldwater's aides remains the same. Dele- especially that the Goldwater country. Somehow the Arizona
gates especially the "noncommitted" has reached a senator has caught the imagination
support
against employers and law-abiding, and the new law U. S. Supreme Courts has have been in touch with Wal-
don't like to point of fanaticism. They resent of the local leaders, I
said on a number of occa lace in the hope of persuading -
labor unions. will businessmen who
support many be left behind and go back the tactics used in an attempt who admire his courage and
sions. The Senator's critics in him to withdraw, and
want to follow non-discrimination home to face their constitu- to deprive the Arizona forth-rightness and tend to
his own party have pointedout members of the Alabama .
Federal agencies are directed to policies but have not out of fear of that he, by declaring the delegation here said Monday ents with a record of having senator of the nominationwhen minimize the effect of those

attempt to obtain voluntary compliance community reaction. Those who Civil Rights Bill unconstitutional that they were doing every- misjudged the prevailingtrend. he is regarded as more recent attacks which attempt ,.

:with' rules barring discrimination scorn the law and efforts at concili- has given encourage- thing they could to urge Wallace truly reflecting the sentimentof to picture the senator as not
It might be asked then whya the than qualified for the office.
ment to those who wish to Republican Party
in use of federal funds before ation and who find themselves the to clear the track. \
defy the new law and, in minority of the delegateshave any of the others mentionedfor Eisenhower said at one of
moving to cut off funds. objects of court orders and contempt fact, to those who are already Goldwater recently said, hesitated to go with the the nomination. the press conferences held on f

I action, will have only themselves to defying it. "I hope to God the racial tide and come out for Senator the train that there are always .1

The Community Relations Service blame. In the decade since the issue can be kept out of this Goldwater. One reason is that This writer traveled here things to criticize about

J has the assignment of settlingby court decision on the schoolsin campaign." But the pressures advance claims as to delegate for two days on the Santa Fe prospective nominees, and

confidential conciliation com- But in any case, Governor Collins 1954 a number of governors are beginning to tell strength are often discounted.And Railroad's special "caucus" that really there is no "ideal

congressmen, Over the weekend, no one can be sure train bearing former President
{ mayors already. president" but that each man
plaints of discrimination in public appears to us to be a splendid choice
and other public figures have he described Wallace as "a whether the number really Eisenhower and his who wins the high office is
accommodations filed in the courts, for the position, Senator Thurmond'sviews by their own condemnationof with lots of lined for brother Milton
I f capable man up a prospective D. Eisenhower eager to learn and does learn
as well as a general assignment to notwithstanding. court decisions and law wisdom." nominee is as big as it is and many delegates. by experience. He didn't
t given encouragement to terrorists -
mention any names but this
and mob actions, writer has observed that
BARRY'S FOREIGN POLICY
i
I large and small. It also is
true that when the Congress presidents in their first term

Voice of the law it is constitutional are likely to make mis-
passes a -
f People stakes. They learn by experience
i iI i reme Court until says the it U.isn't.S. Su- The Farce Comes First and usually after two

I Senator Goldwater's nim- years or more in office havea

I. I I On The Sun's better grasp of the problems
r ==== Opinion Page ble this footed statement of about Ntw ]ark wimt or offers quack remedies, he good and bad, white and that face a chief execu-
being a country equal
and his head black with
apparatus towards no neutral grays.
C. L. SULZBERGERSAN
By tive. Mr. Eisenhower himself
and could
citizenship rights
danger. The senator is He reckons a can win policy
Opinions and comment of Sun readers pro welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters have been helped by amplifi FRANCISCO -Senator learned the hard way, and so
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot Goldwater's foreign historically wrong to imply will disperse evil into wisps, did the late President Kennedy
policy
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The cation. Even so, it was a (April 25, 1963)) that Soviet like a San Francisco fog.
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or sound, true comment. It, has a certain endearing, arms seized Azerbaijan, Bye- By making more A-bombs, who again and again

intent. nonetheless, disturbed some forthright simplicity. He wantsa lo Russia, Turkestan, Georgia and incidentally more bombers wished he could have handledthe

Plan School integrate and did so reluct tem. Because it is under- of the curious Southern Re- win policy, a can do the Ukraine and north (rather than missiles), : "Bay of Pigs" invasion
publicans here, notably those policy that will go, go, go; a .
differently.All
antly. Very little planning! stood by the community that Caucasus. He is wrong to Goldwater thinks he can

Integration was done in the way of preparing this is a very difficult task from Mississippi.THE conservative policy that will claim "Cuba trained most of force our adversaries to cave that the American people -

teachers, white students for all those concerned and PLATFORM is almost conserve a world already the people that took over in. Professor Blackett, a Nobel can do is to pick a man I
EDITOR, Sun: (This is an certain to contain many vanished. Zanzibar." And of his Prize who has common sense and I
or Negro students who because the citizens of this some physicist, argues:
open letter addressed to, the planks which the Senator has This offers the same appealas
were to attend white schools community look to their own public recommendationsare "Once a nation places its a rugged honesty. AU kinds of ,
Alachua County School actively opposed in the past, that French reactionaries'craving
for the first time. The resultof school board for mature frightening.He safety on an absolute weaponit advice are given a president,
which De Gaulle
Board) but the determination in the as
this for judgement and it wants to end foreignaid becomes emotionally essential but in the final analysis it is
integra- leadership
procedure said to maintain the
I am writing this letter to Goldwater camp is that there sought
above all to believe in an absolute his obligation to form a judgment -
about a matter that tion was chaos, violence and is hoped that the school must be no floor fight. Algerie de papa. Both ,papa'sAlgeria ; to Yugoslavia, "
you Poland and indeed enemy. based on what is honest,
bloodshed.In board will exercise effort any coun-
every Meanwhile small of and Goldwater'sworld
deeply concerns me. As a a caucus THE SENATOR
in try calling itself "socialist. presumably what is fair and what is for
of Atlanta, Georgia, on the helping this commu- a half dozen Mississippi have gone.
both the
resident of city
this and
He would withdraw from the accepts logic the best interest, not just ofa
to continue the
and the of other hand several years were nity course it delegates discussed going The assertion of illusions in
Gainesville County
U. N. if China is admitted, sweeps into the absolute ene- political party but of the na
interested spent in planning for integration. has chosen so far in integration home. They feel quite far cozy locker room parlance
Alachua, I am very an imminent probability. He my's camp not only Khrush- tion. Goldwater imp res s e s
toward better Teachers were preparedand matters and that is: a away and are, and the sepa- underscores a gulf between
in working hopes to create a provisional chev, who gingerly seeks to supporters as that kind of a
students, both white and peaceful orderly carrying out ration is not merely in miles. intellectuals and politiciansat
schools for our children. It Cuban government, train and reform Russia, but all formsof conscientious and for-
Negro were prepared for the of these necessary tasks.It The House members of the this convention which is person
that this Septemberour disintegrating communism
exile and
appears equip an army, mer President Eisenhower is
schools will be facing for new situation. The result of might be possible for Mississippi State Legislaturehave overpopulated with mediocrity. liberals- send it back, consequencesbe plus all amorphous nations truly neutral he will go
denounced the Chamberof The so called
the first time the problems of this type of procedure was our school system to inte- tend to follow while damned. He thinks (April considering themselves "soc- along with the nominee of the
Commerce and the merely
integration. Since we have orderly integration.It grate peacefully without pre- mayorof 18, 1964)) we can bomb supply cialist." convention whoever he happens .
the capital city of Jacksonfor iconoclasts on the right gain
waited so long to begin this seems that this fall the planning, but if we considerthe urging compliance with power with platitudes and routes and crops in North If he means what he says, to be and will do his
advantage Alachua County School experiences of most other Viet Nam without Goldwater
task, we have to our "bombing would seeminglybe
the Civil Rights Law. This is half truths. One basic law utmost to help the Republican
the experiences of many Board, the teachers, prin- school systems, we find Vietnamese," a neat trick. prepared, as president, for
the first real crack in the of social behavior is that the Party win the election. He is
in the cipals and students, and the that to insure ourselves of with North Viet
other school systems massive picture window of percentage of sheep remains HE FANCIES multiplyingthe prompt war convinced, incidentally, that
country. It would be wise to citizens of Alachua County orderly results, we must Mississippi's total defiance. constant in any given human overkill capacity of our Nam, subsequent war with the outcome is by no means a
their will be faced with this now put much effort and energy armed China, delayed war with
explore some of experi- What all this will do to the group. Nowhere does one see forces-already equivalent foregone conclusion.
ences. familiar choice: Integrationof into preparing ourselves, our hard work being done under the rule more glamorously to several tons of high Cuba and ultimate war with *

In Clinton, Tennessee, the our schools accomplished teachers, our students and cover to have George Wal- applied than at this fan explosive for each living be- Russia unless they retreat For the expected, of course,

schools were integrated un- through orderliness or integration our community for this lace of Alabama abandon his dangle. ing. He ponders abrogatingthe from the globe-girdling brink doesn't always happen. It may

der court direction. The which results in the potentially explosive situation. dream of political empire remains THERE IS LITTLE startl- Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. he proposes to erect. be recalled, for instance that

school board felt forced to disruption of the school sys- MRS. G. RONALD DALTON to be seen. The Gold- ing about many of the foreign Above all, he wishes to sever Experience teaches that Adlai Stevenson Democratic,

water forces ,hope to have policy proclamations by either diplomatic ties with Moscow.His presidential candidates don't presidential nominee, in 1956,
such an announcement short- the Republican platform clarity of vision "does automatically honor all
POTOMAC FEVERBy ly after the convention ends. or Senator Goldwater. Many not regard Khrushchev's pledges they make along the told the a nationwide audienceover

They want it to come quietly party criticisms and most of murderous clique as the legitimate road to the White House. But radio on election eve
Jack Wilson Cowles Washington Bureau that the had
American
without any formal noticeof the generalities they endorseare ruler of the Russian degrees of anxiety are some- people

This is the time of year when the office is supposed to be seeking the man. Wallace's support They acceptable. Goldwater is people. times stirred by pledges and better not elect as presidenta

Trouble is it too often finds another office boy. merely wish him to withdraw right in seeing NATO as free- To achieve these aims the Goldwater's are excessive. It man who had just suffereda
-- from his independent course dom's "first line of defense" senator personally advocates is scary to think the kind of stroke and a heart attack,

The President went all the way to California to dedicate a rapid-transit sys- and leave the Southern field and in worrying about its in- returning to "our great unfact and illogic concocted implying that the life span

tem. That's our Lyndon. If there's a vote in sight he'll make tracks for it. to Senator Goldwater. Much adequate consultation, and brinkmanship retaliation or here beneath a veneer of rea- might be short. But here it is

-- depends on whether Governor failure to solve nuclear-shar- containment. Occasionallyhe son could some day guide us. nearly 12 years later, and

In Albany Ga., one cafe owner has finally got things in perspective. He Wallace thinks Senator ing. He is right to inquire into murmurs the old word Karl Marx, who is not the Dwight Eisenhower, as he fac-

served the Negroes-and not the cops or TV cameraman. Goldwater has his fingers possible revision of the U. "rollback" which even Fos- senator's favorite author, ed a group of correspondentson

-- crossed when he speaks out N. voting system. He is rightin ter Dulles learned to forget wrote: "History repeats itself the train last weekend,

Negroes are moving swiftly to test restaurants for ,Compliance. with the saying the Republican Party demanding continued vigor Like Dulles in his earliest first as tragedy, then as never seemed more robust and

civil! |rights law. Results are -genttralIy good.' The, danger!tow.is not -ax handles recognizes: only equal rightsof for our defense posture.But foggy bottom days, -it's- indigestion. law. when he distorts facts sees this as a world of farce first. picture of good health.



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(,\: THE i4 2rm lurk Timra(]; On this same point, Gov- not only to dramatize his dif- doubt be large in most states,

( By JAMES 'RESTON ernor Scranton said Sundayon ferences with Goldwater, but the general feeling here ij

'.. President Md that it will not be large
'JOHN R. HARRISON. SOUTH the ,Meet the Press tele- to put an end to speculationthat
i Publisher; PAT COWLES. ViCe Presi-
SAN
FRANCISCO The
I' Florida's dent; Ed JOHNSON Viet President vision program: That there he might accept the vice enough to carry as many
J ., Beautiful 1 and Executive Editor; W. 6. (Bill) Republican Party, accordingto states as Eisenhower did.
were rumors in the conven- presidential nomination witha

t University<. City EBERSOLE.Director Vice; BOB President TARTAGLIONE and Advertising I Palitier By RALPH Prix winning McGILL Publisher I its current slogan, is on tion that one of the reasons man who would attract the Nobody, however, is ableto

; Vice President and Circulation Manager. Of the AtUaU. (Ga.) C.niUtB U. the "go" "-it is going to the why the Goldwater people votes of racists. estimate the extent of the

THE SUN'S POLICY right, to the West, and to the wanted to keep references to anti-Negro vote in any sec-
(1'- South. Purely aside from the
i t
Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. Barry'sFingers discrimination out of the plat- moral tion of the country, and this
of the
l i :. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials. The saddest figures in this form was in the hope of get- aspects ques- is the real underground issuein

'/ 1, 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. ...... convention are the eastern ting Governor Wallace out of tion, the political problem of this convention. Rooseveltwas

I- : x. : The Sun's telephones: All Department!-3728441Collins' moderates, who have domi- the race. winning in the South is a the only Democratic

: Want Ads-376-4672 ::'.':' :X:: nated every other Repub- tough one for the Republicans. president in this country who
It is
t fear
that Goldwater
It is not for the
lican convention since 1940. easy managed to win a majorityof

\ .. ,, Crossed? General Eisenhower is a tel- would be the beneficiary of South to switch political .allegiance the popular vote, so thereis
l Opposition the anti-Negro vote, and that especially with a
evision commentator; Rich- clearly a large stable Re-
j he would be reckless on nuclear southerner at the of the
top
I ard Nixon is an outsider, and publican vote.
SAN FRANCISCO In Governors Rockefeller and policy that induced Democratic ticket. Also, the
It is unfortunate but not surpris- aid communities to deal with racial -
conflicts. many ways this conventionhas Scranton and Ambassador Scranton to send Goldwater Negro vote is rising in the The delegates do not say

ig that Senator Strom Thurmond, been, and is, a charm- Henry Cabot Lodge are regarded Sunday one of the most crit- South, and nothing that is much about this even in private -

of South Carolina, dredged up an old ing one. The most interesting almost as agents of ical letters ever addressed but the issue is there
The public accommodations sec: reading to date has been the the Democratic opposition.When happening here is likely to

I.. controversy in an apparent effort to tion of the law is generally concedeto xcerpts from the love let- from one presidential candi- swing that vote to the, Re- nevertheless. There is a pos-

Y block the Senate nomination of Flor- potentia ers of former Republican the GOP met here in date to another. publicans. sibility, in some quarters
contain the greatest
1956 to nominate General Eisenhower
'resident Warren Harding. there is that the
Collins for even a hope,
ida ex-Governor LeRoy thl
of enforcement in Scranton has said
difficulty
Len Hall privatelythat
openedthe
Eisenhower
able
Much of the news, indeed. was to Republicans can hold their
I+ a key position under the newly-: South. President Johnson's choic as come from outside proceedings by shouting: he would rather lose the split the South on the peace own and add
" people enough
\ enacted equal rights legislation. of Collins to head the Communit: ources. Senator Goldwater "Is everybody happy? election than win it on the issue in 1952 and 1956, and Democratic and independentvotes

l Relations Service is particularly aj vho is soon to be nominated tried' votes of people opposed to
Nobody that one today. the South has clearly showna on the race issue to

Governor Collins, who steps down propriate, therefore. Collins is a n* las been talking freely ,to a For the party is deeply spliton civil equality for the races. tendency to vote more for win. But this is precisely the
German Der
Asso- tive Southerner, a former governo', magazine, Spie handling the race issue And strategy that repels
there is
I as president of the National gel, while avoiding any such some reason for the Republicans ever since, many
J7 of Florida who also has experienCl and the Communists, and it Republicans and makes the
is chief of interviews in depth at home. believing that he couched his
ciation of Broadcasters, but while the GOP popularvote "
is "southern Goldwater "southern
for business. 'He v: embarking on a strat-
the Community Relations section. as a spokesman The Senator's testimony before strategy" against its own letter in such sharp terms, in the South will no egy" so doubtful.
with rational and
I' a man a respon- the Platform Committee
traditions.Sen. .
'I sible outlook on the race question. was neat but not gaudy. It THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT
ri If the "cause of the South" is a was in net a fine commence- Goldwater has barely
\\t :
continuation of second-class citizenship Suprising good results have been ment speech filled with nice hinted at this problem. He I

14 : words and phrases. But whenit said here the other day that Findings From Frisco
1 for and economic exploitation achieved in breaking down discrimi- was done, one wondered the Republicans had to be

t of the Negro, then Thurmond is nation in public accommodations in what, after all, had been strong in the South to win.

s right about Collins. But it is sig- the South as a result of improvisednd said. And Sunday, he told the Florida By DAVID LAWRENCESAN nominee is as big as it is brother, Milton D. Eisenhower
R : FRANCISCO made out to be. Often there and
The many delegates.The .
nificant that even such conserva- makeshift efforts at persuasion, delegation that he
THE SENATOR does not state of mind of the majorityof are delegates who waver and Goldwater strength is
tives Senators Holland and Sma- hiefly by the Justice Department.The "would hope" that Gov-
as
want to drive away any Wallace of Alabama the delegates at the Re- vacillate as seemingly logical conceded Dr. Eisenhower

thers, of Florida, praised Collins Southern votes, and yet he ernor would withdraw from the publican National Conventionis arguments are pressed upon who is president of John Hop-

1 and expressed approval of the nomi- new law sets up formal con- does not want to lend presidential race because, he best illustrated by a pieceof them. Governor Scranton of kins University and is to make

I Senator Thurm It backs the strength to the charges advice that Pennsylvania and his the
nation. Obviously, iliation machinery. con- conceded, he and Wallace the late Sena- mana- principal speech nominating

ond must be "way out" in his judr ciliation efforts with the threat of against him by Northern have overlapping strength in tor Claude Swanson of Vir- gers here have been hopingto Scranton, gives the impression .
leaders that he is against ginia once gave to his fellow create such doubts and to that the Arizona senator -
ments. court action to make the parties to the southern states.It .
( } civil rights for all Americans.The is not difficult to foresee politicians in what came to be bring about a "cross-over," is on top but that thereis
to to
negotiation more willing agree Senator, therefore, attempted known as "Swanson's code." but the effort hasn't proved still hope for a miracle to
i But let's examine the new jol compliance. This techniquehas to with either the political or moral
I voluntary cope this One of the admonitions was successful.In bring about a shift to Scran
Re-
in the light of Collins' experience worked successfully in count- with a brief sentence. He problem ahead for the follows
as : fact, it is conceivablethat
publicans. To win in the ton.The
I and background, and see whether less municipalities and states with said that neither he nor the South Goldwater must not "Always climb aboard the some of Mr. Scranton's former president on the
,
I the gentleman from South Carolina anti-discrimination laws.It fact Republican that there Party is in accepts this coun-the only defeat the first southern rear platform of a train be- pointed criticisms of Senator other hand, does not publicly

talks sense. try any such thing as first president in a hundred years fore it actually leaves the rail- Goldwater may have unwit- express any preference, andit

remains to be seen whether it and second class citizenshipor (not counting Wilson), but road station." tingly strengthened the Ari- is not difficult to assume
Sometimes this has been senator that while he might have
referred zona by intensifyingthe
I The newly-created Equal Employ- can be made to work in areas where first and second class must somehow avoid havingto liked
else
the anti-civil rights to as "climbing aboard determination of those someone better he
ment Opportunity Commission is there is hard-core resistance to the rights. vote share with Wallace.To the band-wagon." But, what- working for him. There are recognizes the deep-seated desire -

I charged with using conciliation and law and unwillingness to accept the This the of course Civil ,Rights is preciselywhat Law this end it is reportedhere ever the setting, the connota- signs for instance among for a Goldwater nomination

j persuasion in the first instance to principles of equality on which the says, and the Senator voted that Goldwater's aides tion remains the same. Dele- many of the women voters which is being manifested

ft'I settle complaints of employment discrimination law is based. But most Americansare against it. It also is what the have been in touch with Wal- gates especially the "non- especially that the Goldwater in different parts of the

: against employers and law-abiding, and the new law U. S. Supreme Courts has lace in the hope of persuading committed" don't like to support has reached a country. Somehow the Arizona
be left behind and go back point of fanaticism. They resent senator has caught the imagi
labor unions. will support many businessmen who said on a number of occa- him to withdraw, and
sions. The Senator's critics in members of the Alabama home to face their constitu- the tactics used in an at- nation of the local leaders

want to follow non-discrimination his own party have pointedout delegation here said Monday ents with a record of having tempt to deprive the Arizona who admire his courage and
Federal agencies are directed to policies but have not out of fear of forth-rightness and tend
j.t: that he, by declaring the that they were doing every- misjudged the prevailingtrend. senator of the nomination tc

attempt to obtain voluntary compliance community reaction. Those who Civil Rights Bill unconstitu- thing they could to urge Wal- when he is regarded as more minimize the effect of those

with rules barring discrimination scorn the law and efforts at concili- tional, has given encourage- lace to clear the track. It might be asked then whya truly reflecting the sentimentof recent attacks which attemptto

{ 6 in use of federal funds before ation and who find themselves the ment to those who wish to Goldwater recently said, minority of the delegateshave the Republican Party than picture the senator as not

defy the new law and, in to God the racial hesitated to go with the any of the others mentionedfor qualified for the office.
moving to cut off funds. objects of court orders and contempt "I hope
t ) fact, to those who are already issue can be kept out of this tide and come out for Senator the nomination. Eisenhower said at one of
action will have
only themselves to it. is that the conferences held
defying But the Goldwater. One reason e press on
campaign. pres-
The Community Relations Service blame. In the decade since the sures are beginning to tell advance claims as to delegate This writer traveled here the train that there are always

has the assignment of settlingby court decision on the schoolsin already. Over the weekend, strength are often discounted.And for two days on the Santa Fe things to criticize about

confidential conciliation com- But in any case, Governor Collins 1954 a number of governors he described Wallace as "a no one can be sure Railroad's special "caucus" prospective nominees, and

plaints of discrimination in public appears to us to be a splendid choice congressmen, mayors capable man with lots of whether the number really train, bearing former Presi- that really there is no "ideal
and other public figures have lined for a prospective dent president" but that each man
Eisenhower
up and his
accommodations filed in the courts, for the position, Senator Thurmond'sviews by their own condemnationof wisdom. who wins the high office is

as well as a general assignment to notwithstanding. court decisions and law ALACHUA NEWS eager to learn and does learn

given encouragement to terrorists COLORED NEWSB. Singers To AppearThe by experience. He didn't
-. and mob actions,
Anderson Brothers Gospel mention any names but this
I large and small. It also is Singers will appear in a musical writer has observed that
true that when the F. Childs, Colored News Editor:
Congress program Sunday, July 19, presidents in their first term
J Voice oftheop1en I passes a law it is constitu- JOINT SERVICEThe Your memory will live in our at 8 p.m. at the Church of God are likely to make mis-

tional until the U. S. Su- Hopewell Baptiet Church I:hearts forever. We hope to some in Christ. stakes. They learn by
experience
reme Court says it isn't. with Rev. W. J. Taylor, pastor. '''v to meet again. Mrs. Ida I The public is invited to attend and usually after two

I It Senator Goldwater's nim- will conduct a joint service at Hall 'and Mrs. Mullisa, Gaincs- this fine entertainment.
J or in office havea
The Sun's Opinion Page ble footed statement about the Shady Grove Primitive Bap- vice; and Mrs. Bell Bennett,I, years better more grasp of the prob-

this being a country of equal tist Church July 19 at 11 a.m. Ocala, daughters. lems
citizenship and rights could WALDO NEWS that face a chief execu-

t I ,Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters have been helped by amplifi- This promises to be a very Singers To AppearThe tive. Mr. Eisenhower himself
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot interesting service, and the pub- PERSONALSMiss Anderson learned the hard and
so
cation. Even it Brothers way
so, was a Gospel
exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The lic is invited to attend. Mary H. Smith and
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning o. sound, true comment. It, Miss Mattie Williams, both of Singers will appear in a musi- did the late President Kennedy -

J intent. nonetheless, disturbed some Ft. Lauderdale, were guests of cal program at the Church of who again and again
of the curious Southern Re- REVIVAL MEETINGSThe God in Unity at Waldo, July 18 wished he could have handledthe
Plan SchoolIntegration integrate and did so reluct tem. Because it is under- revival meetings have begun Miss Williams' relatives here
here those at 8 p.m. "Bay of Pigs" invasion
publicans notably
little .
antly. Very planningwas stood by the community that Carmel yesterday.Mrs.
at the Mt. Baptist
i from Mississippi.THE Ella Mae Andrews The public is invited to attend. differently.All .
returned -
done in the of
way preparing this is a very difficult task Church with Rev. T. A. Wright,
PLATFORM is almost that the American
teachers white to Gainesville yesterdayfrom pen.pie
students
for all those concerned and
EDITOR, Sun: (This is an pastor.
or Negro students who because the citizens of this certain to contain'many Denmark, S. C., where AUGUST 15th LAST DAY can do is to pick a man
letter addressed to the The Rev. R. Eudgene Burley
open which the Senator has
planks she with her daughter who has common sense anda
were to attend white schoolsfor community look to their was visiting FOR ADMISSION
Alachua County School of Atlanta, Ga., an outstanding
actively opposed in the past, Mrs. Nellie Jones, and oth- rugged honesty. All kinds of
Board) the first time. The resultof school board for mature evangelist, is in charge. TALLAHASSEE Saturday,
but the determination in the
this for and er relatives for two weeks. August 15, is the last advice are given a president,
integration
I this letter procedure judgement leadership, it The is invited. day for
am writing to Goldwater camp is that there public
about was chaos, violence and is hoped that the school Miss Mable James of Tampa, students to make applicationfor but in the final analysis it is
you a matter that bloodshed.In board will exercise effort must be no floor fight. is visiting in the city for several admission to Florida A&M his obligation to form a judg-
As every Meanwhile small of MONTHLY WORSHIPThe
I deeply concerns me. a a caucus
days. for ment based on what is honest
University the first ,
Atlanta, Georgia, on the in helping this commu- dozen Brotherhood trimester -
resident of both the city of a half Mississippi Baptist
Mrs. Sarah Hall of Mia mi
I of the 1964-65 academic what is fair and what is for
Gainesville and the County of other hand several years were nity to continue the course it delegates discussed, going monthly services will be heldat year,
whose visit here and Jackson-
Edwin the best
M. interest not ofa
Thorpe just
Alachua, I am very interested spent in planning for integration. has chosen so far in integration home. They, feel quite far the Mt. Moriah Missionary ville for the past two weeks has admissions and director of political but of the
records party na-
| in working toward better Teachers were preparedand matters and that is: a away and are, and the sepa- Baptist Church with Rev. L. A. been pleasant, left yesterdayfor this week. announced tion. Goldwater
imp
| schools for our children. It students, both white and peaceful orderly carrying out ration is not merely in miles. Tillman, pastor, Wednesady at her home. res s e s
that kind of
appears that this September Negro were prepared for the of these necessary tasks.It The House members of the I 8 p.m. Rev. D. E.; White, pastor; Miss Helen Peterson and Miss Dormitories will be opened supporters conscientious as and for-a

our schools will be facing for new situation. The result of might be possible for Mississippi State Legislaturehave Rev. S. M. Daniels, secretary. Janie Williams, both of Ft. for new students on Sun- person,
President
mer Eisenhower is
the first time the problems of this type of procedure was our school system to integrate denounced the Chamberof Lauderdale, whose visit here day, August 30, at 2 p.m., and neutral he
truly will
I integration. Since we have orderly integration.It peacefully without pre Commerce and the mayorof NEW ARRIVAL and Jacksonville for the past the admission examination for go
along with the nominee of the
I 1 waited so long to begin this seems that this fall the planning, but if we considerthe the capital city of Jacksonfor Mr. and Mrs. Cornell D. Sylvester -two weeks has been pleasant, new students will be given on

( task, we have to our advant- Alachua County School experiences of most other urging compliance with Sr., announce the arrivalof left yesterday for their home. Monday, August 31, at 8 a.m. convention whoever he hap-

age the experiences of many Board, the teachers, principals school systems, we find the Civil Rights Law. This is j a son, Cornell D. Sylvester, Mrs. Fannie Edwards returned Orientation for freshmen and pens to be and will do his

other school systems in the and students and the that to insure ourselves of the first real crack in the Jr., at 808 7th Avenue. to Gainesville yesterday new students will be held Tuesday utmost to help the Republican

country. It would be wise to citizens of Alachua Countywill orderly results, we must massive picture window ofMississippi's The baby's maternal grand-I from Belmar, N. J., where she through Sunday, Sept. 1-6. Party win the election. He is

explore some of their experi be faced with this now put much effort and energy total defiance. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert has been visiting with friendsfor The week of Sept. 1.5, will be convinced, incidentally, that
What all this will do to the devoted the outcome is
by
ences. familiar choice: Integrationof into preparing ourselves, our Hill, Sr., of Jeffersonville, : the past two weeks. I .to pre-opening activities no means a

In Clinton, Tennessee, the our schools accomplished teachers, our students and hard work being done under Ga., and also the baby's paternal -I Miss Mary Hall, of Tampa which include the following: foregone conclusion.For .

schools were integrated un- through orderliness or in- our community for this lace cover of to Alabama have George abandon Wal-his grandparents are Mr. and passed through Gainesville yes- Tuesday, Sept. 1, 9 a.m. faculty the expected, of course,
conferences
der court direction. The tegration which results in the potentially explosive situation. dream of Mrs. Robert Sylvester Sr., of terday en route to Jacksonville.Miss ; Wednesday, Sept. doesn't always happen. It may
political empire remains Bessie Simmons of St. 2, opening of dormitories
school board felt forced to disruption of the school sys- MRS. G. RONALD DALTON to be seen. The Gold- Johnson. for be recalled, for instance that
Peters bur returning students
a. passed through ; Wednesday,
water forces hope to have MEETINGThe Gainesville yesterday en routeto Sept. 2, registration for freshmen Adlai Stevenson, Democratic

POTOMAC FEVERBy such an announcement short- SLATES Jacksonville. and new students; Thurs- presidential nominee in 1956,
ly after the convention ends. Undenominational Choirs'Union day and told a nationwide audienceover
will hold its regular bus- Friday, Sept. 3-4, registration -
Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau They want it to come quietly CONVALESCINGJ. for returning students the radio on election eve

without any formal noticeof iness meeting at the Greater Franklin Jones, Sr., whois and Saturday, Sept. 5, ; that the American people had
This is the time of year when the office is supposed to be seeking the man. Wallace's support. They Ft. Clark Baptist Church on ill at the home of his daughter for graduate students.registration better not elect as presidenta

Trouble is it too often finds another office boy. merely wish him to withdraw July 15 at 8 p.m. Miss Fannie Jones, was reported Classes will hold their first man who had just suffered

-- from his independent course During the meeting, there will as somewhat improved. meeting of the trimester I a stroke and a heart attack,
The President went all the way to California to dedif rapid-transit sys and leave the Southern fieldto be the election of officers.All Monday, Sept. 7. on I implying that the life span

tem. That's our Lyndon. If there's a vote in sight he'll 2 tracks for it. Senator Goldwater. Much presidents, officers and MEETING SET Monday through the following might be short. But here it is

-- depends on whether Governor members are urged to be pres The Majestic Club will hold Monday, Sept. 7-14, will be the nearly 12 years later, and

In Albany, Ga., one cafe owner has finally got things in perspective. He Wallace thinks Senator ent. its meeting at the home of period for filing applications for Dwight Eisenhower, as he faced -
served ,the Negroes-and not the cops or TV cameraman. Goldwater has his
fingers Mrs. Leila Provite, on NW 8th December graduation.The a group of correspondentson
-- crossed when he speaks out IX MEMORIUMIn Street, today at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. last day to register for the train last weekend,
Negroes are moving swiftly to test restaurants for compliance with the saying the of dear
Republican Party loving memory our Daisy Washington, president; the first trimester and the last never seemed more robust and

civil dles==it'1 indigestion g : law. ,died July 6, 1956. porter. Sept/14. I' picture of good health.n .



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Peace Role ; I:standardize paperwork' for both i
Tfte Week That I Commercial Code Eyed I'
THE wholesale and retail level trans-

For NixonSAN TALLAHASSEE (AP-A proposal day by a legislative interina I actions.
HARRIS 'b" ) 'i to put Florida under un- committee and the secretary

SURVEY Is in 'Fr sco FRANCISCO (AP) -; iform commercial code adoptedby state's office. oft'I i!
t Richard M. Nixon arrives todayat 29 states is being studied to- Orchids
,.: the Republican National Con Recommendations are to be i ij

By SAUL PETT sen of Illinois, ceany the most vention in .the role of a peace- Little Summit presented to the 1963 legislature.The j For i

: SAN FRANCISCO (AP- dramatic 'mailman in the country -I maker. commercial code says the Her. . 4 F

Can Barry: Things are clearing up in foggy delivered a letter from Herbert nominee Nixon, the four party's years presidential'ago, is expected Is Shaping Up I state counties, rather, would than record individual certain :I CREVASSE FLORIST 1
Hoover in New York. The
to for when
San Francisco.The appeal unity
transactions such '
types of as !
former president asked the del- he addresses the convention WARSAW, Poland AP-) with chattel II' 2015 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. I
ales secured
Republican National ,Convention .Thursday night after ,the stand- "little summit"' conference i.i Phone FR 6.2514 ,
'
egates' to adopt a short plat nortgages. The code also would
which apparently is for ard bearer is selected. shaping up for the celebrationnext -
JT f Beat LBJ? Barry Goldwater of Arizona, form. They're not likely to:Ask- week of the 20th anniver- MR. BUSINESSMAN t
lag politicians to keep anything ,Plot Denied sary of Poland's Communist re-
has now been keynoted by Gov.
I'
short, except their memory, is gime.
& ATHENS Greece (AP-The
Mark 0. Hatfield of Oregon, Package InsuranceCan
By LOUIS HARRIS whose state delegation 'is ,still I like asking Jayne Mansfield to Greek government says it has. The Soviet news agency Tass
j- The mood of rank-and-file Republicans across the nation as give up decolletage. no knowledge of a plot to assassinate reported Monday night that Soviet
\, \ measured a'few days before the balloting for President at committed to Gov. Nelson A. Dirksen Premier George Papan- Premier Khrushchev would r '_ You I
turned SS$
Rockefeller of New York who is the proceed- dreou 'Athens attend. Warsaw Save $
the GOP convention in San Francisco is mixed. reported by news newspapers an-
They believe Barry Goldwater will be nominated for Presi- now for Gov. WilliamW.'Scranton -ings over to two actors named papers. nounced today that President 4'

dent and that he will lose to Lyndon Johnson in the fall. of Pennsylvania, who wantsto Lloyd Nolan and Victor Jory. The reports Monday said the' Antonin. Novotny of Czechoslo- One policy covering fire, windstorm,
l'j ,Although they anticipate a Goldwater victory at the convention debate Goldwater, who wantsto Alternating at the microphone, would-be assassin was arrested'! vakia and Walter Ulbricht, vandalism, burglary and other
1 the desire of a majority is that the '"moderate" wing debate Lyndon B. Johnson, they gave a dramatic reading in recently in Salonika, in northern'. Communist party chief of East perils will give you better insurance
.
f should control the GOP. who wants to debate the Societyfor which they quoted American pa. Greece, as he was trying to import Germany, also would come to ' at a discounted premium. Call us

r In a survey of a cross-section of Republicans completed as the Prevention of Cruelty to I triots all the way from Ben a rifle. Warsaw.MereeWumernM. I & tomorrow and start saving.KIRKPATRICK.
1 the convention approached its decision, party members by Animals, which is politically franklin to Teddy Roosevelt to
t better than 2 to 1 expressed the belief that Goldwater would neutral at a time when publisher -i Dwight Eisenhower, ending in a .
be nominated: Henry Luce, they say, is for thumping crescendo-"and thatis
J. WHO WILL WIN THE NOMINATION? Scranton while Clare Boothe our call to greatness!" As a & EDMONSONINSURANCE
1 TOTAL GOP Luce, his wife, is clearly for dramatic vehicle, the critic 33'/2 N, MAIN ST. PHONE 376-1291
Pe'nt.. Goldwater.Alf from Variety thought it needed Members New York Stock Exchange INC.
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Goldwater will win 5,' Harry S. Myles 31 N. Main St. Phone 3728438JwlTelds
Landon hasn't been heard more work out of town. Robert W. Kuhn
I
s Goldwater will not win 22
from and Tom Dewey is too
4 Not'sure 21 ;
f A:moment later, however, these ,same voters 'expressed the busy with'his law practice in
I view that, once nominated. Goldwater will lose to President New York to make the San
Johnson in November_ : ;. Francisco 'convention, which is
J ..' WHO WILL WIN THE ELECTION? really in Daly City, Calif., but
TOTAL GOP Dwight D. Eisenhower, the neu-
Per Cent tral television. commentator,
) Goldwater 15 did, and he says he can't remember -
Johnson 75 whether it was in pub- I IAn

j\\ Not Sure 10 lic or private that he called
-j Rarely have the voters of a political party been so certain Goldwater impulsive.
I. that one man would win the nod for President and also
.it that he was 'so certain to lose the election. Of course, just Hatfield, a lean, clean-cut
to f. as polls taken in July can change drastically by November, young man, wore the televisiomakeup '
so the rank-and-file of GOP voters can be wrong in their which couldn't hide his I ( T'TT9t31! !
'
j. present assessment. Ivy League look from this Far

f When asked to make a choice between the "moderate" and West convention, but they ap- A

"conservative" wings of their party, a clear majority of Re- plauded him, anyway. Especially
publicans prefer that moderates control the GOP. The divis- when he jumped on the Ku
ion on who should control mirrors rather well the lines of Klux Klan, the John Birch Society
) -,. disagreement at the GOP convention. Republicans on the East and the Communist party.A ONE DAY ONLY
., and West Coasts clearly favor moderate'control of the party. 'delegate who might have TOMORROW -
I Those in the South and Midwest would prefer to see conservatives wanted to applaud one attack
leading the GOP: and not the others found himself
WHO SHOULD CONTROL PARTY? helpless because all three tar- IL Clearance Specials

r f MOD: CONSERV gets were bracketed in one sen
t Per Cent Per Cent tence.
ALL GOP VOTERS: 58 42
BY REGION: _.. They all applauded Hatfield
East ..70Midwest 30 when he cast suspicion on the
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43 52 musical tastes of an unnamed
South 37 63West family from Texas. __

63 37 "YQu cannot," he said, Q UALTY! MOME V-SAVING-
If Goldwater is nominated, it Is obvious that the senator's =
hi-fi set under the
"sweep a
first task will be to restore rug nu-
a sense of confidence in his own OfSCOU
and the not to o -
expect bulge
P party that he can win in the fall and to cement party ranks show." -
among moderately-inclined Republicans in the East and Far
== CLEARANCE
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This is a special dispatch ciples are logical and well balanced weeks. But there isn't a sin-

filed this morning from San but they would differ, gle piece of evidence in anyof Suntan LotionSpecials -

Francisco where columnist as to Just how such principles the various platform planksnow

David Lawrence is covering would be implemented and as adopted or'rejected which
the GOP convention.By to 'the man best qualified to has borne out such "extrem- ;
them out. Here for ist" concepts. at $1.87
carry ex- Compare Compare at $1,87
DAVID LAWRENCE ample, are some of .the Republican -,
planks on foreign SENATOR GOLDWATER is Men's Stripe Little i Miss
8 SAN FRANCISCO This is policy: making substantial progress SEA & SKI 'LOTION

the convention In which the toward winning the nomination Shirt JacsCarefree Short Sets
j. pot calls the kettle black. A DYNAMIC strategy aim- because he is acting in a 1.49 List 07CCOPPERTONE 2-pc.

Originally the spokesmen of ed at victory pressing always dignified way and like a poli- 'I
Governor Scranton accused for initiatives for freedom tical veteran. In desperation, 97
I Senator Goldwater of accept- rejecting always ap- spokesmen for the oppositionare 97
ing the support of "extrem- peasement and withdrawal- behaving impulsively, like Washable
t ists." But now it's the other reduces the risk of nuclear juveniles, and are losing Size 4 to 14. Cotton and Ray-
way around. war. It is a nation's vacil- ground. It looks now as if C Cotton. Sizes S-M-L on Sleeveless top with white
lation, not firmenss, that the Goldwater nomination will Reg. 1.27 9 7 Save 50% Shorts. 55 only.
For Governor Scranton has tempts an aggressor into war. come on the first ballot and .
just furnished an example of It is accommodation, not opposition that even some of the dis-
J "extremism" almost Unprecedented that encourages a senting delegations will moveto
in the history of party hostile nation to remain hostile make it unanimous.But LADIES PRINTED -
conventions. He wrote a letter and to remain aggressive."The .. .
that was so bitter and so full when all is said and ACELE & Values to '6.00
I of innuendoes that Senator road to peace is a done, the Republicans will find 0 Y.
. Goldwater decided not to answer road not of fawning amiabil- that some of the misrepresentations ACETATE
it, and actually returnedit. ity but of strength and re- made in their own Women'sHandbags
But the letter produced a spect. Republicans judge for- party fight will have been giv- SHIFTS 'K -
bitterness and resentment in eign policy by its success in en credence by many voters -
the atmosphere of the convention advancing freedom and jus- and that the task of setting 77 rr M
t which doesn't bode tice, not by its effect on in- them right will be'correspond i ,
well for the party. ternational prestige polls. . ingly more difficult. It hasn't
I been a happy convention forthe

SUCH ATTACKS might have "We of are Red opposed China.to We recognition op-- Republican Party. A 2.99 VALUE 00 Ladies, Sleeveless CottonKNITPLAYTOPS
been understandable $1 1 1Special
politically -
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Democrats, but to distort support IIi' and wK belts. Assorted Solids, stripes, prints Single
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practicable and trust-
to impair Governor Scran- TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida .
worthy However -
ton's future at this or any we will agreements.never,abandon in- law allows a divorce for two Boys' Infants'
other convention, it is his mis- sistence persons who were never legally: Purchase
1 on advantages for the
t take in the letter he made free world. . married, T erryclothBeach Washable
public late Sunday night. In
The state Supreme Court issued
some quarters ,it is believed "Republicans support the Luxury
such
in
that the Pennsylvania Governor United Nations. However, we I a ruling decidinga
himself couldn't have will never rest in our efforts tangled domestic case Monday ShirtsRegularly Sun Suits
involving two nationals of Chile.
t written such an Intemperate to revitalize its original pur- The two had invalid Mexican Scatter Rugs
attack on a personal friend pose. We will press for a mail order divorces from earlier -
and that, in his emotional change in the method of vot-
The court said the
excitement over events here, ing in the General Assemblyand spouses. $133
J couple had believed the divorceswere
he'signed something preparedfor in the specialized agen- effective. 33
him by ill-advisers. cies that will reflect popula- S
tion disparities among the Jose and Liselotte Burger of 88
Scran- I
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platform is far more dynamic There isn't anything in the 16. .'
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the Arizona Senator's editors have been reading complete a marriage' contract, _
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I Rickman-Thrasher Vows ReadSolemnized I UJ 0 rn f n 'no. I L.I. Miss' Martha City Reaves,Musician who is To Give uate Recital student from Lake Wales I


to be graduated Summa Cum win serve as accompanist.For .
In the First Baptist -ioned of petal blue satapeauwith auditorium of the church followed -
Laude.from Florida State Uni-
Church, the marriage' of I detachable tunic over the ceremony. Baskets the past two years, Mis.
skirts. of versity August 8, 'will give her Reaves has been a violinist
They wore matchingcoif summer flowers and palms
Miss Vera
Eugenia Thrasher, veils. Their bouquets were were used in decoration of the THE senior violin recital in Opper- with the Florida Symphony in
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bar- yellow daisies. room. f ffl IlLy y yRuth man Music Hall Friday at Orlando.
ton Eugene Thrasher and Otis
The tables and the
The bride, given in marriageby punch 8:15 p. m. Going' to Tallahassee for the
Wayne Rickman of Orlando, bride's table were laid with
her brother, Barton Thrasher violin recital will be Miss
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rick- Jr., wore a formal gown of antique satin cloths adorned Welmer . . . Women's Editor_ Miss Reaves, daughter of Reaves' parents, Mrs. George
man of Milledgeville, Tenn., white Chantilly lace and tulle with garland of smilax. A pairof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reaves, i, Hack and a number of her
took place Sunday afternoon. I over taffeta. The bouffant skirt three-branch candelabra recently received the Alpha _S collegiate friends.
Rev. John Anders, assistant with. lace redingote, was madeof adorned with nosegays: of pink Swim Party Supper Lambda Delta Award for the
pastor, read the double ring tiers of pleated tulle termi-; roses were placed at either end< senior woman with the highest Serrated Edge
service following a programof nating in a cathedral train. of the bride's table.Reception academic rating and the Mor- I You'll find grapefruitknife
nuptial music by Mrs. H. H. Her veil of illusion was held Assistants tar Board Scholarship' Awardfor with its serrated your edge is
Messer, soloist, and Mrs. Sel- in place by a cluster of silk Introducing guests to the receiving Fetes Bridal Couple the, woman with the top. F1H.5 a handy tool for hollowingout
den Waldo, organist roses. She carried a bouquet" line were Mrs. A. T. scholastic average at FSU. tomatoes that are to be

An arrangement of white white roses, stephanotis and Fletcher- -- _Mrs.._ -C. A. 'Mathewsand ''I I Miss Julie.Adams, FSU gradMiss- Martha Reaves 'I, stuffed for salad or baking. ,
gladioli and chysanthemums, lily of the valley. Mrs. Cecil Love. Miss Jane Hannon and JIm Harrison, Mrs. Roland Ward.
with brass' tree candelabrum Roger Thomas of Orlandowas Cutting cake were Mrs. Bud. Adkinson, whose marriageis
holding white'tapers formed best man and Dalton Har- Osterhoudt, Mrs. Ralph' Leighty my Also Miss Lois Fullagar, Miss STORE HOURS: 10 AM 9 PM MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
to' be an event of August 8, .. .
the altar .... .
decorations. Areca rison, Lynn Rickman, Royce Mrs. Ernest Burch, Mrs. Kay Francisco, Miss Cindy ..' I
palms formed the background. Rickman, Neal Kilman, all of J. M. Alday and Mrs. Dick were feted at a swim and supper ....... .:.'
Lewis Miss Pam Sanders Miss .
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Attendants for the bride were I Milledgeville, Tenn., were ush- Williams. party Sunday afternoon. .. ...
Mrs. Roger Thomas, Orlando Kit Stanley Miss Elizabeth Lewis ;.
Presiding1 at the punch bowls
Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. EarlC.
matron of honor; Mrs. Barton !ers.The bride's mother wore J a were Mrs. R. W. Mixson, Mrs. Miss Mary Ellen McCranie, ,.
Thrasher Jr., Mrs. Harry I gown of dusty rose importedlace R. W. Mansur Mrs. John Deck and their daughters, Miss Sandra Chappell, Miss Ann t
Green and,Mrs. Robert Moore, over taffeta' small flower. Scott, Mrs. Ncrma Chestnut, Miss Sarah Margaret and Miss Webb. !
bridesmatrons, and Miss Junie ed hat and the bridegroom's Mrs. John Wines, Mrs. Travis Ann Deck, and Mr. and :Mrs. ...
Goclsby and Miss Dixie Eddy, mother wore a pale blue lace Loften, Mrs. Jay Rice, Mrs. Carl Henderson and their .Andy Home, Jimmy Thames, \; THE STORE WITH MORE :'
Tallahassee, bridesmaids. gown with matching acces- Christine Colson, Mrs. Grady e.' GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
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daughter, Miss Hen CENTER
All Margaret Marc Constantino, Phil Jones,
wore .
ballerina-leng sories.A Harrison, Mrs. R. M. Palmer 1302 '
NORTH "
sheath dresses identically fash in the lower derson of Tallahassee, formerly I Adkinson Phil \.. MAIN STREET ,
reception Mrs. Zach Savage, and Miss Harry Loggins ,.
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Doris Ridgway. of Gainesville.The John Strickland, and Dennis ..
Those assisting in the hospitalities -
Flanagan..
party was given at the
were Mrs. J. F. Wyche,
Mrs. R. H.. Howard, Mrs. E. B. Decks' summer home 'on Kings- A silver tray was presentedto

Sapp, Mrs. Louis F. Latimer, ley Lake. the bridal couple by the
Mrs. Walter Wynn, Mrs. ,R. H.
English, Mrs. C. A. King, Mrs. The guest list included Mr. hosts.

Ora Wynn, Mrs. Pat McCormick and Mrs. Joseph Hannon, par Miss Henderson, who is to be
Mrs. W. L., Lowry and
ents of the bride-elect; Mr. one of the bridesmaids in the
Mrs. U. F. Hester.
The bride's book was kept and Mrs. S. David Bristow Jr., Hannon-Adkinson wedding, is

by Mrs. Marcus Milam III, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hend- spending several days as the t
Mrs. S. E. Ritch Jr., Mrs. ricks III, Mr. and Mrs. George :houseguest of Miss Hannon. HERE'S PROOF THAT THERE'S ROOM IN YOUR BUDGET FOR
: Richard J. Schiffli, Mrs. Joe THE COMFORT OF TODAY'S MODERN STATE-PRIDE
Dunlap, and Miss Ann Arnow. r.

Rice Diane bags Rickman were distributedby and Rita 1 MR. 4'/2 % I Automatic ELECTRIC BLANKET

Rickman.

For traveling the bride worea I x:: .rye
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turquoise linen dress with
5- 5 N
.s three-quarter length coat, white 4 ho

accessories and the bouquet of ". Dividends Are
A white roses from her bridal :- 1 Pride
"Finger >. w mocha State
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bouquet.The
Electric Blankets
newlyweds now on a Licking"Good .{ .. And Controls Are

4 ______ w wedding trip to .the Smokey y[. Guaranteed For
Mountains, will establish a w.
I Save 2 Years From
home in Orlando after August
: Factory Defects.
1. Regularly
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:: Out of Town Guests At The
cf ., Among the out of town guests i
here for the wedding were Mr. G. M. B. L. I
!- k f >. ____ and Mrs. Otis Rickman, parentsof a J
the bridegroom, his sisters,
Rita and Diane; his brothers, GainesvilleMutual
Royce Neal and Lynn, all of Twin or Double Bed
14; Milledgeville, Tenn. 1200

4 Also Mrs. Odessa Eddy of Tallahassee -I Single Control. . .
; Mr. and Mrs. Jim BUILDING & i
I Kaufman of Orlando Mr. LOAN ASSOCIATION i
;
: assL and Mrs. Henry Wood, Mr. and i I 217 N.E. 1st St. Ph. FR 6-6771 Double Bed

Mrs. R. E. McDavid, Mr. and Dual Control l . . 1500 '

r --- Mrs.. OtisW Rickman ,Mrs.iluriel Harold Luth McDavid and daughter, Mrs. :Easy Way to Kill i Roaches and Ants

Carol; Mrs. Addie Malphurs, 70% rayon, 20% cotton, 10. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Owens, virgin Acrilan acrylic blend. '
I Calendar Of EventsTODAY Ar.. and Mrs. George W. Kemp, Snap corners convert to stay-
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I I. City Musician To Give RecitalMiss I

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Vows Read women f n I :;
HOD .Martha Reaves, who is 'uate student from Late Wales, "
to be graduated: Summa Cum will serve as accompanist.For .
Solemnized hi the First Baptist Toned of petal blue sata-pea auditorium of the church followed -
Laude.from Florida State Uni- the past two years, Miss
Church, the marriage' of I with detachable tunic 'ove the ceremony. Baskets : versity August 8, will give her |I.Reayes' has been a violinist
skirts. of flowers and
palms
They wore matching summer :
Miss Vera Eugenia Thrasher, coif veils. Their bouquets'were were used in decoration of the ; THE fflfflILYI senior violin recital in Opper- | with the Florida Symphony in '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- yellow daisies. room. f man Music Hall Friday at i Orlando.

ton Eugene :Thrasher, and Otis The bride, given in marriageby The punch tables and the 8:15 p. m. I Going to Tallahassee for the
Wayne Rickman of Orlando, her brother, Barton Thrash. bride's table were laid with i violin recital will be Miss
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rick- er Jr., wore a formal gown of antique satin cloths adorned _Ruth Weimer Women' Editor_ Miss Reaves, daughter of | Reaves' parents, Mrs. George
man of Milledgeville, Tenn., white Chantilly lace and tulle with garland of smilax. A pairof Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reaves, I Hack and a number of her
took place Sunday afternoon. over taffeta. The bouffant skirt. three-branch candelabra recently received the Alpha I collegiate friends.
Rev. John Anders, assistant with lace redingote was madeof I adorned with nosegays of pink Swim Party Supper Lambda Delta Award for the I
pastor read the double ring tiers of pleated tulle terminating -roses were placed at either end senior woman with thehighest i Serrated Edge *
service following a programof in a cathedral train. of the bride's table.Reception academic rating and the Mor- You'll find your grapefruitknife
nuptial music by Mrs. H. H. Her veil of illusion was heldin ] Assistants tar Board Scholarship Awardfor J with its serrated edge is
Messer, soloist, and Mrs. Sel- place by a cluster of silk) Introducing guests to the re- Fetes Bridal Couple the, woman with the top I a handy tool for hollowingout
den Waldo, organist. roses. She carried a bouquet' ceiving line were Mrs. A. T. scholastic average at FSU. ,tomatoes that are to be

An arrangement of white white roses, stephanotis and Fletcher, Mrs. C. A. Mathewsand I I Miss Julie Adams, FSU gradMiss- Martha Reaves stuffed for salad or baking. \
gladioli, and chysanthemums, lily of the valley. Mrs. Cecil Love. Miss Jane Hannon and tfim Harrison, Mrs. Roland Ward. j V

with brass' tree candelabrum Roger Thomas of Orlandowas Cutting cake were Mrs. Bud my Adkinson, whose marriageis \
bolding white'tapers formed best man and Dalton Harrison -Osterhoudt, 'Mrs. Ralph Leighty Also Miss Lois Fullagar, Miss STORE HOURS 10 AM. -. 9 PM MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
to be an event of August 8, .
the altar decorations. Areca , Lynn Rickman, Royce Mrs. Ernest Burch, Mrs. Kay Francisco, Miss Cindy .. ,..i....*.' *" immii in H i limn -:.*-.
palms formed the background. Rickman, Neal Kilman, all of J. M Alday and Mrs. Dick were feted at a swim and supper Lewis, Miss Pam Sanders, Miss ...........0;..: M
Attendants for the bride were Milledgeville, Tenn., were ush Williams. party Sunday afternoon. rt .
Kit Stanley Miss Elizabeth Lewis .
Mrs. Roger Thomas, Orlando, Presiding'' at the punch bowls Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Earl] ;
ers.The ,-
matron of honor; Mrs. Barton bride's mother wore a were Mrs. R. W. Mixson, Mrs. Miss Mary Ellen McCranie,
C. Deck and their
Thrasher Jr., Mrs. Harry gown of dusty rose importedlace R. W. Mansur,' Mrs. John daughters, Miss Sandra Chappell, Miss Ann Ii
Green and Mrs. Robert Moore, over taffeta, small flowered Scott, Mrs. Ncrma Chestnut, Miss Sarah Margaret and Miss Webb. !
bridesmatrons, and Miss Junie hat and the bridegroom's Mrs. John Wines, Mrs. Travis Ann Deck, and Mr. and Mrs. I ...
Goclsby and Miss Dixie Eddy, mother wore a pale blue lace Loften, Mrs. Jay Rice, Mrs. Carl Henderson and their ,Andy Home, Jimmy Thames, THE STORE WITH MORE :
Tallahassee, bridesmaids.All with Christine Colson Mrs. Grady I GAINESI/ILLE
gown matching acces- t. SHOPPING CENTER '
daughter, Miss Margaret Hen-
Marc Constantino Phil Jones, '
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sheath dresses identically fash- in the lower Mrs. Zach and Miss derson of Tallahassee, formerly Harry Adkinson, Phil Loggins, ..
._....__._--..._ -_.--...._"--- reception Savage, of Gainesville.The 6.......
Doris Ridswav. I John Strickland, and Dennis

Those in the hospitalities
assisting
Flanagan..
party was given at the
were Mrs. J. F. Wyche,
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Mrs. R. H. Howard, Mrs. E. B. Decks' summer home on Kings- A silver tray was presentedto

aar Sapp, Mrs. 'Louis F. Latimer, ley Lake. the bridal couple by the

Mrs. Walter Wynn, Mrs. ,R. H. hosts.
English, Mrs. C. A. King, Mrs. The guest list included Mr. I

Ora Wynn, Mrs. Pat McCor- land Mrs. Joseph Hannon, par- Miss Henderson, who is to be
mick, Mrs. W. L., Lowry and I
a ents of the '
bride-elect
; Mr. one of the bridesmaids in the
Mrs. U. F. Hester.
and Mrs. S. David Bristow Jr., .iannon-Adkinson wedding, is
The bride's book was kept
yr} ', by Mrs. Marcus Milam III, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hend- spending several days as the
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I 1/ : Go Away? -.- _ DICK COUCH homered for the Sox; Manny: ers accounted for the Orioles ,I\i

', __ Associated Press Sports Writer I'Jimenez, Ed Charles, Causey first run. I

J 'and Gentile for the A's in the The Yankees climbed to with.
A
Home runs were flying over in 1% of Baltimore with
:nightcap. Green's single, a double games

;\ 0 American League fences at a > by Ken Harrelson and an their seventh straight victoryover

Gainesville Variety Store didn't have good fortune last record clip but Al Lopez wasn't intentional pass set the stage the Indians. Tom Tresh

weekend in its first venture into the state semi-pro base- concerned until one of them for Causey's game-winning hit hit a pair of two-run homersone -

ball meet at West Palm Beach. got lost on Charley Finley's that snapped KC's six game from each side of the plate

Variety Store lost two games via the shutout route in the pennant porch. losing streak. -and Mickey Mantle and Clete

double elimination event. : Then the White Sox pilot blew Boyer also homered, offsetting ; ,

The local nine was made up mainly of former high school his top. Jerry Lumpe's bases-loaded three Cleveland circuits. i

stars with a sprinkling of college talent. : I There were 25 homers hit in single in the 10th gave the Ti- Boston's Bill Monbouquetteturned

Yet, two or three other teams still in the state tourney are the AL Monday, four more than gers their second straight one- in the top pitching per-
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with the "cream" of Florida ,,, i the previous mark for one run victory over Baltimore, formance-a four.hit shutout-
peopled of last season's University '; .
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nine. '. .x"' ,li>;w.':....; . ... ) .< .< -;;,.'.,' h.. '... c. "h-.;;_'s.:?"-":,,':,:,, h ,r league in a five-game scheduleand which had won 21 of 23 one-run and the Red Sox twice struck

All of which leads one to wonder why, in past years, some Were WinnersDanny one more than Lopez' verdicts before Sunday. for back-to-back homers. Dick
Brooks Robinson's two-run
They Derby Stuart and Lee Thomas connected I
local
group hasn't chosen to take advantage of the well- count.
ninth inning homer sent the in the five-run fourth
spring of baseball ability and keep it all right at home. He's convinced that Wayne inning
Burch left in Class B in the Jacksonville box game into overtime after DonDemtere's I and Felix Mantilla and
The Ocala Oranges and Gibsonton teams are liberally stocked was runnerup soap Causey's homer in the second Tony I

with Gators, especially pitchers, which is the big need in derby last Saturday while Doug Cutts Jr., right, was Class A champion and game of a doubleheader, ahreerun solo shot in the second -, Conigliaro duplicated in the

the semi-pro meet. overall runnerup. Windy Wilkerson, center, chairman for the local Jaycee- and two unearned runs in eighth.
shot that led to an 8-7
Tropical Pontiac event, Saturday, congratulates the two drivers. Burch's car the sixth had given the Tigersa Minnesota and Los Angeles'were 1

was sponsored by Thomas Concrete of Ocala and Cutts' by Pepin Distribu Kansas City victory over the 3-1. bulge Sam Bowens' hornFirst -, not scheduled. !
White Sox was nothing more
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tors. (Sun photo). ; ,
than a figment of Finley'srunaway .

green-and-gold draw-

Joe. irL D : ing board.

: i Hectic Monday Produces Won First

S i 3fAiWr \ Chicago had taken the first

.- - < - . -- I game 8-6 and was leading 6-3
in the seventh inning of the

Many Zany DevelopmentsBy nightcap when Causey's drive

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fell where a pole separates the
It's true that Gainesville's baseball heritage is tied to the
shortened portion of Municipal
former G-Men of the professional ranks. Ocala and Gibsonton !
,
MIKE RATHET after Sunday's game at Houston Stadium from the high wall in
outside the pro field, always have been noted for their strong Associated Press Sports Writer in which San Francisco reliever field.
center
semi-pro representatives.Tiere's. MOOSE ._ _
The Chicago White Sox owe 4 .+ Billy O'Dell was thrown out for, The umpires ruled the ball I Tuesday, July 14, 1964 j

arguing even before he had had cleared the porch's low .
No InterestIt's Washington a player. Vic Power -- -
SKOWRON. .
sat'
made and
one pitch Perry
owes the American League $250. fence. Lopez contended it had

also true that Gainesville is not a heavily industralizedcity. And Gaylord Perry owes the down on the mound to changehis hit the wall in center and was

In many localities, a large industrial concern takes over Houston Colts $3.98. Involved In shoes after getting a hurryup playable. Lopez lost the debate

,, sponsorship of such a team. call to replace O'Dell. and was tossed out of the.game

Still, if the financial means were available, Gainesville likely Such was the situation todayin Late Trade Fox, whopreviously had sin when he resumed it an inning Item -
baseball's world after
could produce a semi-pro club that would more than hold zany gled in the tying run for the later.

its own against competition elsewhere in the state. a hectic Monday that produced Colts, drove in the winning run Ron Hansen of the White' Sox

It's the old story, though. Interest has to be the spark that these developments: stitution we did not have to with a single in the ninth inning and the Athletics' Jim Gentile

set the whole thing in motion. And interest is -The Senators and White Sox and did in 'a stormed off For
locally, some- grant a hearing so we Perry, rage, then matched eighth inning ChampsIs

thing one finds only at the banks these days. completed a trade one month not do so." the mound, picked up Fox' bat homers before Causey's bases.

after the trading deadline with The Perry-Fox developmentwas and smashed it against the side loaded single in the ninth broke

Caught on the Run first baseman Bill (Moose) the latest to be brought out of the Giants' dugout.'FEEL' the eight-homer slugfest.
up
Skowron and pitcher Carl Boul- OffenseBy
Split Costly
Of the 54 cars entered in the Jacksonville soap box derby din going to Chicago in exchange a
cost Chicago
The split
last weekend, 40 came from Gainesville. The next obvious for first baseman Joe
GONE chance to gain 1% gameson
question might be one of wondering why the official derby Cunningham and a player' to be leading Baltimore, JACK HAND mediately just as he did last

, isn't run in Gainesville. Actually, 42 of the 54 cars were from named later. league 10-inning 4-3 Associated Press Sports Writer year. The Bears play the College -
which dropped a
outside Jacksonville and the top four winning cars all came -The American League denied All-Stars Aug. 7 at Soldier I
Detroit. The New
from outside the Gateway City. a hearing to Vic Power of decision to The Chicago Bears, are backat Field in Chicago.As .
SAYS HOGAN York Yankees, however, gaineda work, getting ready to defend -
The calendar says it's only July 14 but less than two the Los Angeles Angels who early as the Bears were,

weeks from today the high school all-stars will be kicking has been fined $250 and suspended game on the Orioles'with a their National Football {they were not the first to take

footballs around at Florida Field. Can Gator Photo Day be for 10 days for allegedly 10-4 rout of Cleveland. Boston League championship. First the field. 1

too far behind? spitting in an umpire's face. I COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP-The) study of the course. I'm not blanked Washington 7-0 in the item of business for George The Los Angeles ?

First of the national pre-season football magazines due to Protest competitive desire is still there able to do it any more." other game scheduled.The Halas and his staff will be Ram, New York Giants, Dallas

hit the stands any day now. Texas and Mississippi will dominate -The ,National League ac- but the "feel" is gone, says Ben Hogan, playing in his first Chicago-Kansas City twin sharpening up the ,offense. Cowboys, Cleveland Browns

the speculation regarding top teams of 1964. knowledged it had received a Hogan, making a comeback in PGA in 11 years,.will be one of bill produced 11 home runs. and Philadelphia Eagles all
the PGA Golf at 165 off winner Gary Peters Rookies were in the majority beat them to the punch with
Haywood Sullivan, former Gator gridder and baseballer, led protest from the Colts because Championship pros teeing Thursdayover First game

1 his Birmingham Barons 'to a 7-2 win over the Southern League Perry, a San Francisco relief !the age of 51. the flat and relatively short 10-4, poked a three-run Monday when the Bears' early their rookie camps.

Columbus Country Club coursein homer to the White Sox' camp opened at St. Joseph'sCollege By next Monday all 14 NFL
, all-star club last night. The Barons still lead the loop and pitcher, broke one.of Nellie Fox'bats "I largely pace
have been virtually all season.Nicklaus. The Colts also said Perry I instinct am"playing said the now once-feared on the 46th .professional cham 16-hit attack. George Alusik and at Rensselaer, Ind., teams will have their camps

was being billed for the cost of Texas ,hawk today. "It's all pionship. Dick Green connected for the where the club has trained for open and some will have the

A's. 21.years. veterans on hand too.
the bat. ,
mechanical. If everything falls Little Toll ,

, Takes The Senators-White Sox deal !into place I might turn up witha The years seem to have taken Hit Homers Never one to spare the The American Football

was called a double waiver I fairly good score, but it wouldbe little toll from the grim, strong- Peter Ward, Don Buford,,, horses, Halas planned to get League also is getting ready to

transaction because they could lucky. jawed onetime blacksmith's son Gene Stephens and HansenFirst right down to heavy work im- swing into action with the New

not call it anything else. I York Jets' rookies and the Denver -
"The thing I miss most is feel who won four U.S. Opens, two

Aim PGA Under baseball law, player for a course. You've got to haveit Masters, two PGAs and the Broncos due to open up

at deals made after June 15 must to be a winner. You get it by ,British Open to become one of Wednesday. The Jets will trainat

be via the waiver route with a !practice and making a detailed the game's imm rtals. Peekskill, N.Y. and the Broncos
waiver price of $20,000 attachedto at Fort Collins
I . , _;;--,-'----,- ., ,', : ,,,, u' There are only small flecks of i Colo.
each piece of merchandise. .. Game BALTIMORE DETROIT The first pre-season game Is
And Also SeriesCOLUMBUS gray in his hair. His face is nut abrhbi abrhbi
Another Waive CHICAGO KANSAS CITY
I brown. He is a trim 160 pounds.He abrhbi abrhbi Brandt cf 5010 Bruton cf 4010 the Bears-All Stars at Chicago
I Now, the White Sox will waive Causey ss 5010 Aparicio ss 4 0 0 McA'liHe IS 5010
still walks the fairwayswith McCraw Ib 5110 Powell If 5010 Brown If 5220 Friday, Aug. 7. The rest of the
Charles 3b 4 1 2 0
f Ohio (AP) !farther than other another player to the Senatorsin a 'majesty denied other Weis Buford 2b 2t> 1010 4010 Jimenez If 2 0 0 0Rob'son Kirkland If 0000 Demeter rf 4221 NFL teams, except Pittsburgh,
; any player. Siebern Ib 4100 Cash 1b 3001
week 10 Aluslk' ph-If 2 1 1 2
to
a or days complete rf-lf 4 2 2 1
Jack Nicklaus traveled 10,000 men-stiff-leged from a near i Ward 3b 4230 Colavllo rf 4110 Robinson 3b 4122 Kaline ph 1000 and the AFL will get busy
I > the transaction.Power's Ib 2 0 1 0Landis Bowens rf 4111 Sparma pr 0000
Last Chance fatal auto accident white Stephens If 2011 gentile the same weekend. 'Pittsburgh'sfirst
miles
tied the St. Andrews cap cf 2000 *"* lb 2 1 2 Lau c 4020 Lumpe 2b 5031
course record, sat up all night It's Jack's last chance to get ,actions in the first pulled low over his eyes, his H'shb'ger cf 4 1 3 1 Edwards c 0 0 0 Adair Bunker 2b 4000 1000 Wert Freehan 3b c 3010 4020 game is Aug. 14. The regu-
4232
Green 2b p
of doubleheader last
worrying about a train wreck, into the field in the World Se- game a j.. lips a firm line of determina. Martin Hansen c s 4111 4011 Mathews cf 4 0 1 0 Johnson ph 1 OlOWick'shamp2 000 lar season opens in both leagues -

lost his passport, had to talk ries, which is played just up the Friday night against Chicagowere ... ; tion and gripping an inevitable Cun'ham Peters p ph 100 3123 0 Santiago Grzenda p p 0000 100 0 Hall Totals p 37 1000 3 I 3 Gladding Tatals p 37 1000 4 12 3 the weekend of Sept. 12-13.
road in reported to AL headquarters 1011 I One out when winning run scored.
Akron ph
and Bryan
his back into the country, pays $50,000to ( cigarette.
way the by Umpire Jim Honochick,I Tarfabull phU' 0 0 0 I Baltimore ..............100 tot 101 0-j
got a vaccination he didn't need winner. Nickiaus has won said Close associates contend Ho- Totals 311III Totals 113 5 Detroit ._..............010 002 000 1-4 Maple LeafsCan't
who
and then. had to switch air- it both years it has been played. Power "bumped me gan is hitting the ball as wellas Chicago ................... 00305000 -0 I E-Robinson .DP Baltimore 1. Detroit !
three times and spit in my face Kansas City '............n 111 005 006-6: 1. LOB, Baltimore 7, Detroit 10.
when engine conkedout. Arnold Palmer won the Masters he ever did from tee to
planes an -deliberately and willfully." green I E-None. DP-Chicago 3. LOB-Chicago 28 Lau 1. Powell. Brcwn. HR- StopMusclemaii
\ Ken Venturi took the U.S. but suffers from nerves on the 8, Kansas City 5. Bowens (I) Robinson (12)). Demeter (10)..
Power said he hadn'tThe 2B-Martin, Green Charles Harrelson. SB-Brandt, Bruton 2. S-Wickersham.SF .
I And he still didn't qualify for Open, and Tony Lema the British American which putting greens. I HR-peters (1) Green (7) Alusik (3)1 -Cash.
League, IP H R ER II SO
the World Series of Golf. Open last week despite a never announces refusalS to "That's not entirely true,"! SB-Ward. SF-H.nsen.H R ER $Q Bunker ..........7 1:1: 1 2 2.
So this week Big Jack will I great charge by Nicklaus. Hogan corrected. Peters W. 10-4 ..51-30 5 5 2 2 Hall, L. 5-, .......2 3 1 1 1 1
grant hearings, said through "Mechanical-j Wilhelm 2-3 3 1 1 0 0 Haddix .......... 1-31 0 0 IC PRESS
try it in his own back yard. ly, I can still hit Fisher ..::::::: 2 2 0 0 0 B Wickersham MO". I 7 3 3 2 3 By THE ASSOCIATED
I They are here for the PGA league publicist Joe McKenney: I still try to win but there's Metal ... .... .....1 0 0 0 0 1 Gladding W. 2-1 ..2 1 0 0 1 5 The Toronto Maple Leafsare
The last of the Big Four golf "We refused hearing. We a Santiago, L. 0-2 .. 4 10 5 5 2 1 Hall faced 3 men In 10th Wickersham \
plus such as Ben Hogan, Byron a very important thing that's Grzenda ........2 3 3 3 2 2 faced 2 men In tth. just about to admit that
titles-the PGA-opens Thurs- Nelson and felt that under the league con-I BEN HOGAN Stock .......... 3 3" 0 0 3 T-2:". A-J,1I5. Curt the RochesterRed
Sam
here in the town where the Snead, but missing.: That's the. feel of the WP-Wilhelm, Stock Fisher. 7-2:44. Night Gains Blefary,

24-year-old day Golden Bear grew Nicklaus will have home cooking course and the inspiration. I CHICAGO Second KANSAS Game CITY BOSTON abrhbi WASHINGTON abrhbi Wings' slugging muscle-

and home rooting going for don't have that." abrhbi abrhbi Mantilla 2b 42 1 1 Blas'ame 2b 4 0 1 0Conlgliaro man can't be stopped.
up and learned to bash the ball Fhi'W7 McCraw Ib 5020 Tartabull cf 4020 If 3 2 1 1 Valentine If 3010
hirj. Buford 2-3b 5 1 2 Mathews ph 0000 Y'trze'skl cf 3 1 liKing rf 4000 Toronto tried to upset Blefa-
Robinson rf 4 2 2 0 Causey ss 5224 Stuart Ib 4113 Lock cf 4010
He Ward 35 41l2JisnnaZIf 4112 Thomas rf 3111 Phillips! Ib 4000 ry's hitting Monday night by
i was glad'to get back to Weis 2b 0000 Gentile Ib 4121 Malzon 3b lSbODrumleYG 3000 its infield and outfield.
both after the British Impound Stephens H 3122 Colavrto rf 4000 Bressoud ss 4000 Kennedy 3b :3 000 shifting
1iIAJOR44I1LEAGUE Open, Landisph-cfl000Bryafl c 3000 Nixon c l1000rlnkmonss3010 The Maple leafs had three
where he shot a course record, H'shb'ger cf 3 0 1 0 Edwards c 1000 Monb'g/ p 4. 0 0 Duckworth p 1 0 0 0
Hansen ss 4111 Charles 3b 4111 Zimmer ph 1000 men on the right side of the infield -
equaling 66 and a 68 on the AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW CarsTomorrow Mp4ertneyc3lolGreenib 4230' Hunt ph lOll
with third baseman Ozzie
p' L Pct.G.B. Derby I
final W L Pet. G.B. Herbert p 3000 Pfister p 0000 Totals 33 7 67 Totals 31545

day for the finest two Baltimore .52 9 31 31 .613.427 -lv591 San Phila'phia Fran. 49 52 33 32.60S.412: -1 Long ph l001Shoemerph 1000 bOO. BestMl ..". .. .. ..........000 500 til-7 Virgil playing just to the left and
ILEADERS rounds ever played in New YorK Wyatt p .......,........
one
dayat Chicago ., 33 zv* Cincinnati 44 :It .530 7 Harrelson H 2 1 20 Washington lOt sos 000-0 back of the pitcher's mound in
hallowed St. :Andrews. Minnesota 46 :It.541 7 Pittsburgh 42 :It Jl' 0 I Totals 24 711 7 Totals 37 113 I' Phillips. DP 1. LOB
-Washington
,
Detroit .3 41 .512 'YJ St. Louis 43 41 .512 5'. None out when winning run scored. Boston 3. Washington 5. an effort to slow down Blefaryat

AMERICAN% LEAGUE Lema Boston .1 45 .n 12\1 Milwaukee 42 42 .500 *tt J Chicago ..........__... ...aw-- ra-- 510-1.. HR-Stuart (17). Thomas (11) Mantilla the plate.
replied with 68 and 42 .494 10 II
41 II
Batting 200 at bats Oliva. Minneso- 70, Los Angeles 'I 44 .471 13 Los Angeles .474 im Kansas CIty .u.......... ..000 200 411- (11), Conigliaro (17). SB-Valentine.
:It 43 Gainesville
New -"Mil. .329. and won by five strokes. Cleveland 35 46 .432 U Chicago cars to be enter- I IP H R 11550Mont'q'teW419 But it didn't change thingsas
32 53 .376 21 Houston 39 46 Ml 13 E-None. Kansas
LOB-Chicago 5. City
'Run"Tlvt Allison.Mlnnrsota. Kansas City
Mlnnesot. 651 Washington 33 56 J71 22 New York 26 60 .302 26Yesterday's ed in the Junior Chamber of .. I 4' 0 0 3DuCkworth. Blefary blasted his 25th homer
,5. L 1-J 3 :3 5 5 2 2
In Stuart. Boston and But Nicklaus' troubles were Results Commerce Tropical Pontiac 2B-Buford. Harrelson. HR-Buford' Hannan ....... 3 I S I I 1 I of the season and addedA
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batted
Runs $ Yesterdays Results Chicago 10. Los Angeles 4 (2) Ward (13), Stephens (3), Hansen (I). Narvm ...... :
Klllebrew, Minnesota. 641 Wagner Cleve-only beginning. He and his wife, Chicago7.. Kansas City 4-4 San Francisco 5, Houston 3 derby here Saturday must be Jimenez (11). Charles (10). Causey (4). Rudolph ------I.2 S 3 S 2 1 2 1 2 5' double and single for good mea
Ia fs* : Olive Minnesota 120; Robin- Barbara, decided to take the Detroit 4. Baltimore 3. 10 Innings Philadelphia 3. Milwaukee 4501st 2 Gentile (15) Duckworth faced 5 men In 4th. 'I' to lead the pas'
New York 10 Cleveland 4 St. Louis 5-12. Pittsburgh impounded at Tropical Pontiac IP H R ER BB SO HBP By sure Wings !
Monbouquette
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son. Blltlmore 1DO. train Boston 7. Washington SOnly game 12 Innings Herbert ........42-3 055 S 3 (Valentine)
Minnesota 23; on.I. from Scotland to London T-2:15. A4U1.Phil Toronto 7-2. i.
4JIison. by 7 m. tomorrow Win-
Doubles games scheduled Cincinnati It New York postponed p. Moss .......... 11-32 2 2 S 1Krwtzer.
.. Mlnnesotl. 21. All Night"I rain L, 3-1 .S 3 1 1 1 1 Richmond Wins .: '
Yastntnnk. Boston andVersaiies dy Wilkerson event chairman
Triples i Today's Games Todays Games Pfister .......22-3 444 1 2
Minnesota 0; Fregotl. Los was up all night, worrying Detroit Rakow 44 at Los Angeles Bel- New York A. Jackson 5-10 at Chicago said today. Grzenda ._...... 1-3000 . RodgersLeads Richmond defeated Atlanta Win
.ngeles 7. KJllebrew, Minnesota. he Insky 7-4;. night Ellsworth 10-10 Wyatt ,.........4 3 2 2 1 5 the other
Home runs said. "I think the only game played;
Washington Osteen 44 at Minnesota San Francisco Marichal 12-4 at Milwaukee Wilkerson said Jacksonvillecars BowsfleldW,2..2 2 1 1 I 1
21. Powell. Baltimore. 23. Baltimore. trains run on the side Kaat 10-X night Cloninger .-.. night Krvetzert faced 4 men bi tth. French: Columbus and Jacksonville were
Aparicio been
have invited to
bases
Stolen wrong Baltimore Pappas 1-4 at New York Los Angeles Koufax 13-4 at st., Louts com HBP By Pfister (McNertney). 7-2:23
33; Wets. Chicago. 14. over there it Downing 52. night Simmons f-7 night A 13L rained out and Syracuse and
Pitching I decisions Ford. New anyway, always pete in the local race on Gator .
at Boston Wilson 9-t at Pittsburgh
Chicago Pizarro 12-4 Philadelphia Bennett HSjMCame .
York.. 11-2. ***> Bunker. Baltimore. sounded to be like we were go- t-3. nightaeveland Veale .-.. night Hill (West University Avenue]) NEW YORK CLEVELAND CHANTILLY, France (AP-! Buffalo were not scheduled.
9-2. .1LStrikeoutS McDowell 3-3 at Kansas City Houston Johnson! 7-7 and Owens 3-4 at abrhbi abrhbiKubek Atlanta committed four errors
Detroit- Radatz.and Boston.Pascual.10&Mlnne-Wtck.trsham ing to crash everytime one Segul 77. night Cincinnati Maloney 7and Tsltouris Saturday. ss 4100 rtowser ss 4000Richson Phil Rodgers isn't enough of a:,
lots 107. came in the other direction. Tomorrow's Games 32, twWght An added attraction will be 2b 5 0 0 0 Davalillo cf 4 0 0 0 veteran pro golfer to get into i and gave up three unearned -
NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit at Los Angeles. 2.twlnlght Tomorrows Games Mantle cf 41bWagnerlf 4111 to kill its chances
200 at bats Williams. Chteago. "After all, I haven't been on Cleveland. Kansas City. N Houston at Cincinnati N the appearance of Ranger Hal! Gonzalez tb IlIScitanc. Ib>> 4110 the United States PGA Championship runs
Batting Washington at Minnesota. N San Francisco at Milwaukee N Marls rf 5331 Francona rf 4 1 2 ITresh against Richmond. The Virginians -
3&l_ Mays Clemente San Francisco.Pittsburgh.73.341.; Allen. a train since I was 12 years old. Baltimore at New York Philadelphia at Pittsburgh N of Jacksonville television fame. H 4224 Salmon 2b 3001 but he looks good.
Runs at Boston. N Lopez H 1011 Azcue: 4000Pepir scored two unearned markers -
New York at ChicagoLos c
Chicago
Philadelphia. 59. Then I lost the passports.. Angeles at St. Louis NINTERNATIONAL The Saturday derby race will Ib-cf 5020 Held 3b 3121 enough to take the French Open;
Runs batted In Mays. San Francis- in the second inning to get
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUEW LEAGUEW Howard 4121 Donovan 0000
to. 43; Santo," Chicago and Boyer St. "Well, they let us get on the L Pd. G." L Pet. G... have an innovation this year, Boyer 3b 4122WhitfseIdphlI p 0 0 Tournament this week. I thingi rolling when Sandy Val-
Louis. 51. plane and talked Lakeland t 4 .447 52 3S J90 Sheldon p 4000 SmHh ph ISIS ,
111 Clemente we our way Jacksonville Wilkerson said in that it will Going into the second round
Chicago
; -
Hits Williams. Trfat him
St. Petersburg 10 4 -15- Syracuse 4t 37 .570 Tfi 40 10 13 10 Tetato 31464 despino let a single get by
Doubles, Pittsburgh WIlliams.109. Chicago and cie- into the country when we hit Tampa 6.600 V' Rochester 47 30 .39 4 be a double elimination affair, New York ...._.,-....... 112 MO OJJ-UOeveJaatf today, Rodgers, from La Jolla, in right field and catcher
... 23 Maye. Milwaukee New York but had Ft. Lauderdale I 4 .571 1 Buffalo 4SJ.a S ......._..... OM1M111-.4
man Plttsburch ; we to get Orlando 7 7.500 2 Toronto 44 41 JH 7 providing an extra chance for ? Calif., leaf the field with a Randy Hundley later dropped a
Allen. Philadelphia and Groat, St. new vaccinations and I think! Daytona Beach 4 t .400 3 Richmond 3t 44 US 12 E-Boyer. DP Mew York 1. LOB recud 66-one
time. stroke
beaten
those course
Louts. !fTriples> Miami 4 10 J7S 4 Columbus 35 4* .417 1S\4 cars one New York 7. Cleveland 3. ball on what would have been
Santo" Chicago." I; Pbison mine is going to take. Sarasota 4 10 .24 5Yesterdays Atlanta 3057.34522 There will be 45 cars from 2B-Chance. HR-Boyer (6), Tresh 2 ahead of Britain's Tony Grubb.I
Cincinnati 7. an out at home plate.
Results Yesterdays Results (10) Mantle (11) Wagner (20). Held (11), I
Horn runs Mays San Francisco. "Then we got on a private Daytona Beach S. Miami 1 Rochester 7. Toronto 2 Gainesville and area compel Francona (2J. SF-Salmon.IP I Although a veteran of the U.S. '! Ray Looney was a bright spotin
27 Chicago 21. ,
; Williams. Sarasota 4. Lakeland 1 5, Atlanta 4 H R 15050 I
Stole bases Wills Lei Angeles plane I borrowed, and just got Orlando 4. Fort Lauderdale I Columbus Richmond at Jacksonville! postponed. ing Saturday, Wilkerson said. SIsOIdOn.W.2-1..9 6 4 1 t 1 pros circuit, Rodgers 26. has the Atlanta line-up with two

Louts.30, Harper If.Pitching. Cincinnati, and Brock St.'. in the air and one of ,the .engines St. Petersburg. Tadays... Tampa Games S Only rain games. scheduled Time trials are set Saturday Bell Donovan.. L, 4-7.. .. 4 J2-32 6 J 4 2 1 0 S 2 I served only three years of the home runs-his sixth and sev.

I decisions Koufax Los conked out, so we had to St. Petersburg at TanpaSarasota Todays Games h morning at 10:30 with each :car John ::::::.:?... I 2 1 1 1 I required five-year apprenticeship enth of the season. Joe Nossek
Angeles 134..765; Marlchal San FranCisco at LakelandFodLsvderdale Rochester at Toronto McMahon ..... 1-3' S I 1S
..12-4,. Strikeouts Koufax Los Angeles Quite Beach Columbus at Jacksonville John faced 3 men bi. $ffi, I
Los Angeles 132. a trip. start at 1 p. m. Saturday title. Crackers.I'y. .
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-tH6 GOM91f1JA..IOJ.l By MIKE RATHET action was darn bush. Monday night's Houston-San J and six Pittsburgh errors made
Loses
Drops i w OF AND A A 51.ow PAS 8ADK5W/NG POVVN- Nellie Fox doesn't have muchof "What Perry did,". said Hous- Francisco game was not with- the nightcap easier. Bill White

EWINtd SHOULD BAVO1DEp. an opinion on.topless bathing ton Manager Harry Craft, "was out incident as Craft was eject hit a homer in each game for

8AC.KGWING7. SLOW MERELY suits, but you can tell he's not like going into your home and ed for the second night in a the Cardinals.

Out of 'Re 'e s -to SWING altogether crazy about two- breaking your best set ofdishes. row.The The Phillies, who had lost four
First -T6MR7.0J? RHYTHM "
: AMP ReAt.w DOEN'T piece bats. latest hassle revolved straight to left-handers, snappedthe

APPLY -TO :A rzGO. Fox, the veteran Houston sec- While Fox' new bat held no around Umpire Tony Venzon'sruling string by beating Spahn as

E7UCH ASA MYSELF W140 ond baseman who drove in the hits, Lou Brock's old one col- that Colt shortstop Ed- Richie Allen slammed double
Penn Chem scored three runs in'a 21-hit barrage. Losing Road HA6 RefA.nv ty lected the St. Louis die Kasko had not touched a
f"A7f 6WUJGr.1" winning run against National seven as sec- and triple and scored two
in the fifth inning and' downedHoward's Prison got only two hits. League leading San Francisco, Cardinals swept a doubleheaderfrom ond base on. an attempted force runs. Spahn's loss left him witha

TV 4-3 last night at Powell and Buchanan got 54 in 12 in- out in the ninth That
Sunday night, went hitless as i Pittsburgh inning. 6-9 record but he went the
City Park in a Business League three hits each for Sunnyland i the Colts lost to the Giants 5-3, nings and 12-5. left two Giants on base and led distance for the first time in

softball clash. The defeat dropped ', and Hardy and Wallace matched Monday night-just hours after Brock, acquired by St. Louisin to the decisive runs. OrlandoCepeda's 12 games.

Howard's out of a first that for Post Office. The ..
the Great Bat-Breaking Incidentof a trade'with the Chicago sacrifice fly brought The Cubs beat the Dodgers

place tie with Fulps Radiatorfor losers outhit the winners 16-12 ( / 1964 came to light. Cubs slammed a homer, dou- in the tie-breaker before Jim and Don Drysdale, 11-8 with a

the Division II lead. but to no avail. -
In other Division II games, Tonight's Games ... for the Colts Sunday with a sin- and came back with a homer, run.The out in the sixth inning. Andre

Sunland Training Center topped a gle in the ninth inning off Gay- triple and two singles *in the victory went to O'Dell, Rodgers' three-run homer was

Gainesville Gas Co. 5-4 and Med Tonight's City League games lord Perry, who stormed off nightcap. He has hit at a .356 who this time didn't get into the big blow. Larry Jackson got

Students beat General Electric will send Budweiser against -( MPO VARIES I WKHIWP1VIPUAU -s1-I the mound, picked up Fox' bat clip since joining St. Louis lift.. an argument, got an opportunity -I the victory, his 12th against six

10-2. Schlitz at 7:30 while Gainesville PUT W-fl4ER( and smashed it against the Gi ing his average to .285. to pitch and allowed only one losses.

Wings take' on Guy Clevelandat YOURS: I IS F-A f, SLOW OR ants' dugout. Fox' bat came Other Games hit in four innings of relief

In Division I play, Hav-A- 9. In the Petticoat League, MEDIUM MIND,;KEEPHIS-rH&1" TEMPo POJNIN Or'rHe ( apart-so he had to use a new Elsewhere, Philadelphia remained -work. I Buck White

Tampa nudged Fublix 6-5, which ends tonight, Hill's 'Plas- POWN5WINt SHOVED one Monday night. one game back of the At Pittsburgh, the Cardinals

Gainesville Livestock blanked tering plays Jones-Johnson at 69 IPJN'f7CAr1) TNAf.OFTHF' Bats 50 Ft. Giants by edging Milwaukee and lashed 15 hits in the first game Shoots 71

Road Prison 28-0 and Sunny land 6:30, Tung Oil meets Bell Tele- ACK5WING.f "These new bats are soft" Warren.Spahn 3-2 and the Chicago before finally winning on Julian

Packing surprised Post Office 8- phone at.8 and WilliamsThomastakes ON; GW9..eA'1'.Ie rowN5Wlfl.Ef wiuALMOMAfrCAUYMOVE said Fox, "and it takes a whileto i Cubs belted the Los An- Javier's run-scoring single in CHANTILLY, France (AP-)

7. on Kirkpatrick & Piersonat FAG8LH'fH ? get them into shape. Perry'sNight ,geles Dodgers 104. J the 12th inning. Twenty hits Buck White of Hollywood, Fla.,

9:30. : ARMS I-fOUW shot I a first round 71 Monday In
MOVE M -rME FAMEFtA1
One Hit
trailed I G'ville Gas 220 000 0-4 3 O= GPeEP AS ONn1E the French Open Golf Tourna-
Penn Chem Howard's
BACKSWIt4G' ment, good enough to place him
3-1 going into the fifth. Then, Sunland 122 000 x5 7 J9B _eaa.rsr sables I National League Boxes I among the top American players -

;using one hit, a double by Durden and Davis; Roberts and entered.

Brooks with two and Collins. -
errors a
Robert Sweeny of Palm Beach
fly, the winners scored three Penn Chem 010 030 0- 4 4Howard's Game LOS ANGELES CHICAGO Twilight Game
MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA abrhbi abrhbi ST. LOUIS PITTSBURGH I had 74.
times. TV 020 100 03 3
I First Federal abrhbi ab rt bi Wills ss 5120 Cowan cf 4000 h
Brooks had two of the four Perry and Poore; Williams and Mathews 3D 3000 Gonzalez cf 4000 Griffith 3t 401 IVIfitano 2b 4000 .b r h M abrhbi
Bolling 2b 3000 Taylor 2b 3010 W.Davis cf 4 0 0 0 Williams If 4220 I
'hits Penn Chem collected while Bloodsworth.GE Ranew ph 1000 Callison rf 4000 Fairly Ib 312 a Santo 3b 4241 Flood cf 0 1 tt Bailey 3b-lf 4121
Aaron rf 4000 Allen 3b 4220 Roseboro c 3110 Banks Ib 3121 Brock If 5231 Virdon cf 5000 I
winning pitcher Perry limited 000 Maye cf 4120 Covington If 3111 T.Davis If 3121 Gabfison rf 4231 Groat ss 5030 Clemente rf 5 0 1 0
020 0 2 2
Howard's to three two Torre Ib 3000 Amaro'Ib 0000 Howard rf 3012 Bertell c 4223 Boyer 3b 4013 Stargel Ib 4010
including Med Students 212 212 x-10 6 8-4 Tilt Bailey c 4131 Cater Ib-lf 2011 Oliver 2b 4010 Rodgers ss 4113 White Ib 5231 Clenden'n Ib 1 1 0 0
by Avery. Drops Kolb pr 0000 Dalrymple c 2 0 0 0 Drysdale p 2000 Jackson p 4000 Shannon rf 5010 Lynch If 4121 I r
Szafran and Haynie; Sanders Carty If 3020 Wine ss 3011 Parker ph 1000 Javier 2b 6 0 2 1 Mota pr-lf-c 1010
McCallister had two hits for and McCauley. Wood'ard ss 3 0 1 0 Culp p 3000 Moon ph 1000 Uecker c 5000 Mazer-ski 2b 30111
Sunland while winning pitcher Cline ph 0000 Totals. 33 4 10 4 Totals 35 1014 t McCarver c 1 10 0 Alley ss 5110 I CLEANING
Hav-T'pa. 200 102 1- 6 9 1 North Central Baptist set the, NCB while McCallum had a pair Spahn p 3000 Craig p 4000 Pagliaronl c 3 0 1 O1
,Roberts held the Gasmen to Oliver ph 1000 ......_..... Skinner ph 0000 M'Farlane c 0000,
Los Angeles 100 000 003- 4
three hits. Publix 041 000 0 5 3 3; stage for a tie in the Dixie for the losers. Totals 32 2 I 1 Totals 25353 Chicago ......OM..... 100 105 03xll Gagliano pr 0000 Freese ph-3b 2000, REPAIRING

Daniels and Shore; Hall and League when it spilled loading Hughes Supply gained an 11- Milwaukee ............... 010 100 000-2 Taylor p 1000 Blass p'ph 3000 1000
Med Students scored in Burgess
every .........._.
Philadelphia Oio 7M OOx-3 I
Reeb. First Federal 8-4 yesterday. It 4 win over Baptist D.O.W. in E-W. Davis Wills. DP-Los Angeles Schofield ph 1 0 0 0
inning as McCauley had a triple E-Culp. DP-Philadelphia 1. LOB-Milwaukee 1. Chicago 3. LOB-Los Angeles 6, Chi- Law ph 1000 "We Rod
was a Midget loop contest. an American League game. .f, Philadelphia 5. cago 2. Totals 4* S 15 S Totals 44 4 II
and double to lead the L'vsck. 41 Them Out"Motor
way. (15)40) 2728 211 2B-Maye. Allen. 3B-Allen, Wine. 2B-Griffith Howard. 3B-Bertell. HR
-
First Federal 9-6 for the Four
,Sanders held GE to two hits. Rd. Prsn. now runs in the first inning Boiling, Cline. SF-Covmgton, Cater. -Rodgers (t). SFBanks.IP .
000 00 0 22, H R ERBBSO St. Louis .............. 000 020 too 101-5
Cawthon had a double and J. Smith and Jeter; Castillo year must await the outcome and four more in the third pav- Spahn, l., 6-t ....8 IP H 6 R 3 ER 2 SB 2 SO 5 Drysdale, L. 116 11 7 7 0 4 Pittsburgh ............ .010 010 001 100 4. o Block
of today's game between John- ed the way for Hughes. McIntosh -, Culp. W. 7-4 ......a S 2 2 3 3 Reed ...........1 0 0 0 0 3
Single for Hav-A-Tampa while Payne, Gore and Edwards.P.O. son & Faris and Citizens Bank.J had two hits to the. Bunning ,.. ....1 O.0 0 I 0 Brewer ......... 1 3 3 3 0 C FlushedWe
Daniels limited Publix to three pace Culp faced 2 men In Vth. Jackson. W 13- 10 4 4 4 3 E-McBean. DP-St. Louis 1. LOB-St L
0312001-7161 & F can tie for the lead witha nine-hit attack. Chris Boyd horn WP-Culp 2. T-2.18. A13.117.Night WP-Brewer. T-2.15. A-8,003. Louis 14 Pittsburgh 6 Pick-Up & Deliver

hits.Dicks Sunyld. 300 112 1 8.12 4 victory as it has an 8-6 mark ered for the winners. Game Night Cam 2B-Mazeroskl, Clerrente, Pagliaronl..
Andrews and Starling Brock Lynch. Mota. 38-Groat Stargell.
,
Avery and Thomas; Morgan and Losing hurler Standridge fan- ST. LOUIS PITTSBURGH SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON HR-Brock (4), White (8)), Bailey (4). -
all had four hits for Livestock abrhbl abrhbi abrhbi/ abrhbi Groat. RADIATOR SHOP
Watson ned 10 and had three hits but 1 Flood cf 6 0 1 0 Bailey If-cf 5020 J.Alou rf 5120 Hardy If 4010
r- could not stop NCB. White and Top Junior BrocK If 4341 Mota cf 5110 Mays cf 3 1 0 0 Fox 2b 2100 IP H R ER BB SO White Electric
Groat ss 4220 Clemente rf 5000 McCovey If 3000 White cf 3000
Craig ...........1.3. 3 3 0 5
Buchek ss 1000
Flake had two hits each for Freese 3b 5011 Cepeda Ib 4012 Bond Ib 4022
Three GHS Boyer 3b 433 Icienden'n Ib 4 1 1 0 Hart 3b 4122 Gaines rf 2000 Humphreys ..1231 1 1 1 2 fir Battery
fc TransformersMove DIXIE LEAGUE White Ib 6J3 4 Mazertk! 2b! 1010 Haller c 5111 Aspro'nte 3b 3 1 1 1 Taylor, W, 2.2 ...2 1 0 0 1 3
First Federal North Can. Bap.abrh Teams WinCoca Skinner rf 2100 Pagllaroni c 3 2 1 1 Lanier 2b 301 Kasko ss 3000 Blass ...........61.310 3 3 2 5
abrh Shannon rf 3110 Alley ss 4111 Snider ph 1000 Grote c 3000 Service
McCallum 4 1 2 Van Pop'ng 200 Javier 2b 5042 Law p 2020 D'venport 2b 1 0 0 0 Spangler ph 1 0 0 0 Face ............1230 0 0 1 3
Teams Take Ahead S. Orton 4 1 1 Lee 200 McCarver c 5 0 2 1 VIrdon ph 1000 Pagan ss 4010 Brown p 2110 McBean ........2 2 1 1 0 3 I
Sheppard 400 White 322 Cola and Florida Na- Cuellar p 5000 Lynch ph 1012 Hendley p 1010 Lillis ph 1000 Priddy ............ 0 0 0 0 2 118 N.W. 8th Ave.
Weseman 300 Flake 222 Totals 4, 12 20 f Totals 3t S 11 5st. Peterson ph 1000
tional Bank, running one two Sisk L, 1-4 ..,....2 3 1 1 0
Means.' 210 Hoffman 210 Louis _................. 011 033 031-12 O'Dell p 1000 Ol I II FR 2-8581
HIGH SPRINGS !"tr "ne i ft 3 Fender 310 in the Junior League baseball ... .. M.Alou ph 0100 I
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Cage Wins Southeast S. S'tel'a 3 01 Cauthen 0 1 0 Pittsburgh ........ 001 100 030- 5E Totals 35505 Totals 28 3 5 3 Priddy faced 2 men In 11th. I

Transformers moved a half J. b.ei'a 1 u 0 Swails 1 1 0Newbur'y race, notched wins yesterday at I -Boyer 2, Javier Free\e, Alley 2, San Francisco. ..,.. ...... 110 001 002-.5 WP-Cralg. PB-Vota 2. T-3:34. ,
game ahead in the tight High 000 0 0 wood 100 2 01 Harris Field to remain a half- Mazeroski Bailey Clendenon. DP-St. Houston .................. 101 100 000-3E
B. Orton0 Turlington ,
notched Louis 2 Pittsburgh 1. LOB-St. Louis 12
Three GHS teams I Springs softball race with a 14- Yaxley 000 Smith 100 game apart. Pittsburgh ,. -Kasko, Aspromonte. DP-San Fran
wins last night in Senior League I John Sabatella 1 0 I Geiger 100 2B-Mota, Mazeroskl Lynch. 3BBrock. Cisco 2. LOB-San Francisco 11, Houston AIR CONDITION NOW
7 win last night over Fort White. Adkins 1 0 0Totals The Cokemen nudged United R-Pagliaronl (4), White (f), Brock (5). 5.

basketball action at The winners had four runs, Fad ...25..4....0.Totals..... ..... 003010-4 24 8 5Flnt Commercial Travelers 7-6 and S-Groat. IP H R ER SB $0 Aspromonte 2B-Lanier.(10)HR-Haller. SB-Pagan(I).,Hart J. Alou.(12),

,.. Gainesville High School gym.' in the fourth and six more in North. Can. ............._.... 232 lOx-I the Bankmen won from Knightsof Cuellar, W, 1.3 ... 71.3 10 5 5 2 5 S-Kakso, Mays. SF-Cepeda. SURVEY and
GHS No. 2 won from P. K AMERICAN LEAGUE Washburn ....... 1231 0 0 0 0Law IP H R ER liB 50
the sixth as they boosted their Baptist D.O.W. Hughes Supply Pythias 63.Sheffield L, 78 ...... 423 12 5 5 1 2 .... 4 3 1 2O
Yonge No. 6 by a 46-40 margin. record to 113. Carton abrh abrh Butters .........1 3 3 3 0 3 1 'Deil.YW.3T.... 4 : 0 r 1 2 FREE
Productsis Rl'd'sn) c.1b 3 1 1 Ham'md 3b 200 hurled the win for riddy .......... 1.3 1 0 0 0 0 Shaw .. .1 0 0 NO OBLIGATIONESTIMATE
Mike Sneeringer had 13 points 10-3 and North Florida Tele-. Hummell) 3b 300 Mcln'sh' 2b 412 !Coca-Cola, fanning 12 and allowing Sisk .............2 3 3 1 0 2 Brown :::::::::: 523 1 3 ; I :'
and Bill Boaz 12 for GHS. Ron Smith ss 300 Holland p 41 1 Face .... ....... 1 1 1 1 0 0 Jones ... ..... 113 1 0 0 1
phone Co. 9-4. i M. Ho'n p.lb 3 01 Bethel Ib 140 two hits while walking sev WP-Butters 2, Cuellar. PB-Pagllaroni. Larsen L, a3 .... 2 I 2 0 3 OJ Your Home
nie Koru had 14 points and Baldan 2b 300 Wheeler e 331 T-JOO. A-14.733. T-2:37. A-18.24$. Deserves
PKY. Wester C. Ho'n If 3 0 0 T. Boyd If 000 I en. UCT'trailing 7.1, scored five --- ,
for
Mac Johnson eight Thrasher and Aubel
Baldwin cf 3 1 0 E. Mcln'sh If 200 ,times in the fifth on a hit four
,
GHS No. 1 be"at Santa Fe 39- had three hits each for the FreeUnd rf 2 1 0 C. Boyd ss 211 i '
Murphy Ib 111 Krum cf 1 01 walks, an errors and three A @
34 as Boyd We'sch: led with 24 Chargers. Guynn, Stead man, Martin cf 100 passed balls. The game went CHAIN LINK i c'.t1tg AIR
Koffe rf 100
and Tom Parker made Powers Dubose and
points Ham'nd rf 200
only five innings due to the
10. Sonny Tompkins had 15 and worth had a pair of HOllings-i' Walker If 0 0 C
Peck If 000 time limit.
George Teel 10 for Santa Fe. Fort White. Buns rf 000 HURRICANE CONDITIONING .
Totals 23 4 3 Total 23 11 t The Bankmen got six runs on COIL fiTS
The third game saw GHS D. 0. W. ... ................. 201 010- 4 three / ANt' ruaH tECONDNSING
No. 3 top Hawthorne 56-31. Tonight, Carlon plays North Hughes Supply .. ,...... ._., 404 21x11Youth only hits, two by Allan ", ;)
Wayne Rick had 19 and Carl Florida Telephone and must win Spears who had a Double! for FENCE ,

Johnson 16 for GHS while to remain in the race. Spurs Takes the only extra base blow of the

meet Rebels in the other fuller had two hits
game fame d
Haw-
Terry Nutt made nine for Protect AndBeautify
scheduled. I I for losing K of P. I,
thorne. The K.: of P. Fla. Nat. Bank N;,
In Sophomore loop frays to- Fort White 002 002 3 7 12 Spotlight abrh abrh Your Home
Mathews Ib 40 OBass
410
night, Buchholz plays PKY at Transformers 120 416 x-1417 RIVER FOREST, Ill. (AP- Bolles cf 421 Hicks ss cf 220 as "I+ t NOW A

7 p. m. and Howard Bishop, Bailey and Dubose; McLeodand This may be the year the teenage Fuller Boyd c p 402 411 Greet Spears P e 400 422

meets Westwood at 8:15.: New-: Aubel. set takes over the national Hart'mn ss 401 Criitty 2b 400

berry faces PKY No. 5 in a girls' tennis spotlight.The Stevens Guenther 3b 2b 300 300 Smith Bllzlotes 3b Ib 300 400 I
Picore If 200 Martin lfrf 1 0 0 i
Senior clash at 9:30.
I League : Three Take youthful set, is making a Johnson rf 100 Balasmo rf '1 0 0 I
'AAayhew rf 200 Soxman cf 201
for at the
big play recognition
Pringle If 100 Crosby If 210
;f A. Hall Tops 54th annual National Clay Court Bishop rf 200 i

Top Honors TJ.s, ,;' .
Tennis Championships which Totals 31 3 S 3353 UNIT
Fla Nat. Bank ......... .. 102 200 1- t .. OUTDOORS j
begins second round play todayat Knights of Pythias ...,. "_ 200 000 13
Hitters Information & EstimatesSee
FREE
Loop Mike Levin, Dennis Under- River Tennis U.C.T. Coca-Cola EXPERT SERVICE ON
the Forest
wood and John Carr took top abrh abrh Our Quality Get Our Price ALL MAKES
Club. Atchln'sn ss 310 Lucius cf 400
A. Hall of Williams Elemen- honors in the Boys' Club croquet Ellis 2b 200 Gardiner 2b 210 Before You Decide Immediate InstallationNO

tary leads the Community Lit tournament. Levin won And four of the court darlingsare Goodhart Robbins 3bp cf 31 311 0 StiponVch Sheff'd p 3" 3 311 1 P DOWN PAYMENT Up To 36 Months To PayPHONE BURCHETT HEATING

17 years old and under Scar'gh Ib 300 Osteen c. 2b 31 1
tle in hitting with a the
League Cadet ((7-9)) Division, Un
Wilson rf 100 and
ArVm'n lbc: 311
which for all
practical ,
.635 mark. I derwood topped the compe- purposes Parker If 100 Reeves If 300 I 3725333SAUNDERS ,
the amateur a Mosely c 30 Ojon rf 200
s
Other top hitters include D. tition in the Junior ((10-12)() ) Divi- assures game Register plb 3 01 Shelly ss 311 1 AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY
wealth of material for many Rinker If 100 Burford Ib 210
sion and Carr defeated Harold
A. Jones .545 T.
Scott, Quinn ; Farrell 2b 100 Cummings rf 100 OIL CO.
Harper, Williams, .539; C.. Sim- Miles for top honors in the In- years. Andrews rf 220 Wood 2b 000 372-8251

hopefuls Monday surviving first Coca Cola ..............._.... 201 22-7 Installation ServiceEngineering
ant, A. Quinn Jones, .500; R. sion. Runnerups, in addition to U. C. T. ...................... 001 15-41 ,"
Miles John Cellon in the round action was hard-hitting
"Crowell, Duval .500; W. John- were
Cadet and Tommy McCullum Jean Danilovich of Jackson,
son, A. Quinn Jones, .500; T.

,Acosta, Duval, .500; A. Walker, in the Junior Groups. ,Calif. ..

Williams, .433; and C. Perry,i

Williams, ..333.Athletics. y

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NEW YORK STOCK Rich Merr 1.00 51 114,600 BVD Co .18% up % -
EXCHANGEAbbott R C Cola _ 1.20 76 97,300 Chrysler. 52% up % Construction work on the Westside Shopping Cen ter, at the intersection of West University Avenue and

Lab Roy Dutch 1.73g 46% 93,500 House Fin 53% up % Late MorningN. 34th Street, is progressing toward the mid-fall com pletion date. Developer Fred Cone said the center will
2.40 41 th
Searle GD .90 61% 93,300 N Cash Reg 71 up 1% include approximately .10 stores, including a WinnDixie grocery, Wise's Drugstore, a beauty parlor anda

Allied Chem 1:80: 54 Singer 2.00 92% 73,300 Am Tel Tel 72% off % Y. barber shop._u (Sun photo by Eddie Davis). _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ __
Amerada Pt 2.00 82%i Smith Kin- 1.20a 62 59,000 Benef Fin 52% off Vi ListingAllisChal

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44'I 4 SouCalEd.1.05 32% 58,500 Sunsh Mn 19% up 1% 20% Hon'well 135%I Tool Thefts

Amer Enka 1.40a 55 St Oil Cal 2.00 68% 57,800 Amer Can 43% off % Alcoa 69V4 Int Harv 79%' Mikoyan To Replace
Amer Hone -_ 1.44a 68% St Oil Ind 2.00b 80% 54,900 Tran W Air 43% off 4% AmAir 46% Int Nick 80%

Amer M Fdy .90 21% Sterl Drug .65 29% 48,000 Family Fin 24% unch Am Brk 57 Int Pap 31% Reported At

Armco Stl -- 3.00 75% Texas Util _ _ 1.20 61% 46,700 Gen Motors 92% up % AmBdPar 41% Jones&LKaisAl 83%

Atch Topka 1.20a 35 Textron 1.40 44% 37,400 RCA 33% up % AmCan 49 38 Soviet Pres. Brezhnev

Baxter LabBeckman ------ --- - .36 24 Tidewater _________ 30% 36,700 US Steel 61% up H AmCyan 64% Ken'cott 83% Building Site

In_ 60 4 Trans W A 43% 35,100 Sperry Rd 14% off Vt AmMot 15 lAg & My 79

Beech LF S 1.10 4W4 Union Pac -_ 1.60a 48% 33,800 Pa RR 34% up Yt AT&T 72% Loch'd 33% Builders putting up homes at CAIRO (APLeonid) Bre. with excellent contacts in the Soviet Communist party's 12-

Bristol My -_- .80 631 Und Air L -- 1.50b 52% Amer Exch Active Stocks AmTob 33/ Lorillard 44% a construction site at 3300 NW .thnev will be replaced as presi- Soviet Union reported today. man ruling Presidium.The .
Brown Shoe 3.40 103% Upjohn 1.00 53% ,Volume Close Change 28th Ave. reported a series of ;
Ampx 17
--- Cp % Mag'voxMM&M 33% lent of the Soviet Union in a few The source, who refused to be
BrunswickCambell 9% Jim Walter 28% elevation of oldtime Communist .
96,600 Cinerama 6V up % Anaconda 45 Vs tool thefts yesterday.
64 4 lays by First Deputy Premier quoted by name said Brezhnev
S 2.40 36% War Lamb _ .70 30. : will be
Mikoyan an-
91,200 TWAWts- 26% off 2% Armour 4S% Mohasco
13% .Anastas Mikoyan, an informantA would remain a member of the
all
builders working on
Three ,
Carter Pdt ._-- l.ooa 19 Worthintn -_ _T 1.50 42% 58,700 Gt Basins Pete 3% unch ACL 79 Mons'to 79 nounced at the current sessionof
Case J I 208 Xerox 113% 35,900 Peruvian Oils 1/16 unch Babcock 33% Mont Wd 38% the parade of homes, occurred reportedthe the Supreme Soviet-the Soviet -

Cessna Air - 1.00 26% Zenith 1.20a 69% 33,900 McCrory -Wts- 3% up V4 B&O 42% Nat Dair 84 thefts apparently Woman parliament-which began
Ches Ohio __ 4.00 79% Sunday night. Awaiting Surgery
the said.
"- - AMERICAN ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Beth Stl 38% Nat Dist 26% Paul McKinley said he lost Monday, source
.Coas S Gas 30%
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Purchases 405,314Short BoeingBorden 56 N.Am
AvPenney 48%
CBS __ 1.80b 44% STOCK EXCHANGE some $250 worth of carpenter'shand He added that Brezhnev's replacement -
Sales
2,530Other 74% 57% Receives 'Helping Hand5X
hand
tools, including cop- will
Comb Eng 1.20 30% begin a shakcup
Brunswk
Pa
Sales
400,830Total 9% RR 35
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Aerojet-Gen .. - 3078 ing and keyhole saws, when which
Cone Mills .80 21% 403,360 CaterTr will continue through the
Cont Airl ---_ .40 24% Analex Corp .- ---- 24% Sales Celanese 71 34% Phil Pep Cola Mor 62% burglars sawed a padlock off a Jacksonville woman is in from the Helping fall and which will include the

ConU Ins __- ----- 2.20 60% Aqua Chem -- 17% Chrysler 52%% Phill Pet 54 77%% toolhouse and broke in. University Health Center today Hand Club of Anniston, Ala. promotion of Alexei Adzhubei
OVER THE COUNTERNEW he
Contrl Data _ _ 97% Aurora Plastics -- 25th CocaCola 136 RCA 34 T. D. Zetrouer reported cords. awaiting an open heart surgery i Mrs. Donald Gaines, 21, entered -,Premier Khrushchev's son-in-
Barnes Engineer 19'V. lost two 3-wire extension
Corn Pdts 1.50 61% YORK (AP)-Tht following bland Com Ed 52% Rep Stl 47% Keene of operation partly financed by the hospital Monday and,law, to be foreign minister.
Butler Shoe 9 an employer
Virgil ,
Delta Air _ _ 1.60 83% asked quotations supplied by the Con Edis 93 RevlonRe
Det Steel .60 15% Chromaloy - --- -. 19% National Association of Securities Deal- 34% Norwood Hope, reported a Gen- her operation is scheduled for Adzhubei is editor of Izvestia,
Cont
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Can 53 Tob
Cinerama 6% ers. .Inc. do not represent actual transactions % ; 43% eral Electric Disposal Unit still ,Thursday. She has a blocked the government but
Emerson El 1.00 44% ---- Dow newspaper.
Che 71 St. P 30 Sales
the NASD's estimate Reg % June
but are taken Up
Computer Sci 17V. in its shipping crate was has conferred with leaders of
26
rair Camera .50g % of the range within which tt.ese securk duPont 261% SeaboardSears 51% passage in her heart.
Finan'l Fed 47% Cutter Labs A 16% ties could have been sold (bid) or EAL 32% 120% from a home construction site. many of the world's govern

Fst Chartr -- 1.97f 33% Data Control 50% bought (asked): E. Kodak 131% Sinclair 46% 12.4 Per Cent The club became interestedin ments during travels abroad.

FIaECst. -- 12% i Fulton Inds - - -- 9% AUco Land _- : -_- 7V.1 I Firestone: 41 Socony 82% Attending UF her case from relatives who Veteran diplomat Andrei Gro-

food Fair .- .90 23% Gen Develop 4 Arner Fidel Life __ Fla Pw 50 SouthnC 62=% For Alachua started a campaign to raise the :myko is foreign minister.
FMC 1.00 55% Mackey Airlines -- - 5 Amer Heritage 23%
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Corp Fla P&L 78% SperryR 14i Finance $3 000 dollars needed for the
Frito Lay ,.-.,...,..,._-.... 40% Mead Johnson - -- 18% Amer Mat Ins -- -- 21'! Ford 53% StBrand 78% Family June retail sales in Alachua I In Moscow, rumors of an Impending -

Gen Tele -____- .88 33% Pac NW Tele 23% Amer Pioneer Life 7% Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 87% County increased 12.4 per cent operation.Mrs. government reshuffle
Ga Pacif - l.OOb 57% Philips Elec _--- --- 39% Anheuser Busch 53% Frept Sul 35% Studebak 7% Short-Course over sales in June, 1963. circulated Monday night among
Gaines whose husband
Getty Oil __________- .10g 24ss Redwing Carriers 11 Anodyne _- -. 4% Frueh Tr 33% Swift 54% I resident Western diplomats and
rue Group 6% Alachua Sales were $11,512,941 last works for a Jacksonville confir-
race Co l.OOb 56% - Citizens Bank -- M Gen Dyn 27% Texaco 80 Five County womenare paper(correspondents. Neither
-lei Curtis- .80 16%I Sperry R. Wts. -_ ---.- -__ 6% Comsat Corp 251Conn Gen El 83% Thiokol 15% participating in the tenth month. In 1963, the figure was company said this morningsome :jmation nor denial of the reports

f B M 5.00( 4811" Syntex -- - - 73% Lt & Pow 38 Gen Fds 89% U Carbid 123% annual workshop in Educationin $10,236,475, the Florida Revenue donations had come in,,(were forthcoming from Soviet
Tampa Elec __ 25% Cowles & Pb 12% Family Finance at the University Commission said.
nt Min C 1.80a 71% Mag Gen Mills 41 Unit Airc 48% but she did not know the,' sources.
at Tele ______________- 1.00 58% Tech Measur _- 20TWAWtS Dunn & Bradst -_--- 62 Gen Mtrs 93 Un Fruit 22% of Florida. i Other counties and sales this 1 amount The source here said Mikoy--

\ellogg: .80a 4n. 26% Firs West. Fin'c'l __ 13% Goodrich 55 US Steel 60% Patricia J. Gay and Ann Bacon month: Clay, $1,560.098, up 19.6'I yet. an, a contemporary of Premier

.ehman CP 1.34e '29% Valspar - -- 7% Florida Gas __ IM Goodyr 44% Univ Mat 12% of High Springs, and Sue per cent; Dixie, $437,448, down The Helping Hand Club wa i Khrushchev, 70, may owe hi?

Jtton in .-_- 1.98f 6H MUTUAL FUNDS Fla Nat'l Bank -- - 64 Greyhnd 28% WestgEl! 30% H. Moore, Shirley E. Noble 12.3 per cent; Gilchrist, $262- formed in 1953 and since ther 1 promotion to his age68anI

:done S CM 1.00 21% Fla Tele -. 26 Gulf Oil 58 Winn Dix 36% and Catherine E. Selle of 762, down 5.7 per cent; Levy, has estimated it has collecte I to his attitude toward the Chi

rfarsh Fid _ _ 1.60 44% Affiliated Fund _ _ 9.08 Forrest Labs - 27V. Woolwth 30% Gainesville are taking part in $1,213,834, up 5.2 per cent; Put- over $100,000 for variou:S nese Communist party.

Martin M _- 1.00 17% Capital Life & Gr 10.40 Founders Life 8% the five-week program. Thirty-, num, $4,698,755, up 13.7 per causes. It has a tax exemp t In a power struggle now beginning
HcG Hill .60a 34% Divers Growth 10.02 Franklin Life __ 59% nine are enrolled. cent; Union $219,406, down 16.9 status from the U. S. Interna 1 to shape up beneath the

Head Corp 1.70 48% Dividend Shares 3.85 GreatAmerican _ _ 18 iJGroUer La Death Sponsored by the Nations per cent. Revenue Bureau.Rogero aging Khrushchev, the sourct
Ierkd 2.ooa 41% Dreyfus" 20.91 - 42/4 wtey Committee for Education in fewei
Matl Airl .80 52T/8 Fidelity Capit --- - 11.65 I Gulf Life _ _ _ _ 57% Family Finance, the graduate In The I. said, Mikoyan because arouses of his

N Y Centl --------_ .50g 41% Fidelity Fund 18.32 Herff Jones l41Ji By Guns'hotBeing teacher training program TaxStory jealousies ageand

Via M Pow _----- 2.00 53 Fidelity Trend __ 19.39 Home Ins _._ _ _ 66 opened June 15 and runs to the consequent unlikely possibility the
would take
Norfolk W -- 6.00 139% Fund'tal Invest _ _ 11.31 Jax Minit Mkts 7 July 24.The Unfolds he over
__ Income of Boston 8.56 I Kennasaw Life 11* t government on Khrushchev'adeparture.
NoIndPS. 1.48 56% --- -- Probed workshops are part of a CapitolWASHINGTON

No Nat Gas - 1.80 55 Incorporated Inc 10.07 I Life of Fla 6 long-range program with a bas- TAMPA (AP) -The govern .

Olin Math - 1.20 45% Keystone K-2 -- 5.72:, Lowes Company 211Ji LAWTEY A Palatka man ic objective to give young people ment sought today to secure admission [1:1: Mikoyan has been reported
break
Owens II G 2.50 99% Keystone 8-3 --- -- 17.27 MiJgo Electron -_-_. 10'/4 and adults in the nation's (AP-Organ-) of testimony abou;I wishing to avoid an open

Pac G & E 1.00 31% Keystone 8-4 _ _ 4.90 I Mort Guaranty In 27 Alton Dennis Waters, was found I I schools and colleges instructionI ized labor is mapping a cam- transactions in 1955 and 1959 i ilI r1 with the Chinese party-which
Life Investors Pacific Sw Air _ _ 48' dead of a gunshot would Khrushchev appears to have
21.20Life I yester- of sound .
2.40 30% the fundamentals
Pac
Lting I paign of "massive compliance",the trial of Al Rogero for al[
PacT&T.1.20 28% Stock Fund 8.21: Schlitz Brew ._ 48'/4 day shortly after 9 a.m. at the I!personal and family manage- with the new civil rights act t ileged I income tax evasion iJ rJ been heading for recentlyandshould
A 1.20 36% Mass. Inv Stock --- 17.0 I Secur Life & Tr 59 home ment. any Soviet leader make a
Pan Amer of his wife's parents, Mr. that may even include strikes 1956-58.
Parke Dav ___- 1.00 29 Mass. Inv Growth 9.OE i Southern Nitro. __ 201hI and Mrs. H. C. (Pete) Wain- The program was begun in against employers who discrim- last-ditch attempt to smooth
Pennzoil . -__ ---- 2.00 35% Poineer Fund __ 9.S(I Travelers Ins -- -_--_...... 46% wright. 1950. About 12,000 teachers and inate. Rogero, a former member c If over the dispute with Peking,
Pfizer ---- -_ .80a 50 Puritan Fund __-_ 9.8C I PREVIOUS DAY'Sr I administrators have taken part: the State Road Board, is :a the source said, Mikoyan is evidently
--- Putnam Growth 9.64 r STOCK MARKET and AFL-CIO President George Clearwater real estate man. H e the man.
Phelps DG ._ .----. 3.00 68% -- Bradford County Judge Theron -in the Summer workshops
Polaroid - .20 145%: TV&Elec- 8. J Advances _._ 530i A. Yawn empaneled a cor the resulting in-service train- Meany expects the campaign to reported income of $22,000 fo 1" Brezhnev, at one time, was

Pub SV E G.- 2.60 38; Value Line Inc 5.T4 i Declines -_ 52E i oner's jury, which made a pre- ing programs sponsored by throw the full weight of the labor 1956-58 and the government contends considered a likely heir-a,,>parl -

Pure Oil 1.50 56A t Wellington Fund 15.3() Unchanged -- liminary investigation into the various city school systems. federation's 13.5 million his income was instea:l ent to Khrushchev but he appears -
Total Issues __ 1,34S members into virtually $313,000 from a maize of financial 1.1
Rayonier -. 1.00 36 I circumstances of W a t e r s' every lately to have lost ground,
Rexall ---- .50b 49*': N Y S E Most Active Stocks New 1963-64 HighssNewl9G364Lows death. Violinst city and hamlet in the nation. enterprises.In partly because of illness.

373 Comp. Vol. Close Change: _ S, City of
.50 I elected chairman
_
Metl He was
Reyn - One aim will be prompt volun- 1957 Rogero reportei:l
Later, he announced that the FSU i I tary compliance with the newlaw's $8,361 income. Two prosccutioi:l the Presidium of the supreme
jury had not at that time reached Appears at equal employment oppor- witnesses testified yesterday t[a Soviet which in effect is presi-

== = YOUR MONEY'S WORTHS a verdict, and that a hearing of Gaines- tunity provisions, which do not paying Rogero sums which to dent of the Soviet Union, in 1960 "
would be called later when Martha Reaves I re-elected in 1962.
an the studiosof go into effect for one year. taled $11,000 in that year. and was
ville, violinist from
investigation by the sheriff's department
has been completed. Richard Burgin and Robert While he declined to specifythe
Institutional Investor Sedore will present a recital of he has in
Yawn type pressure
Judge said the victim Conner 29
died from a gunshot in the, assisted by Julie Adams, pianist mind, an AFL-CIO spokesman Accepts July
graduate student of music from pointed out that the strike has
chest, but declined to elaborate
_"1,1', i further. Lake Wales, in Florida StateUniversity's long been one of labor's chief For Fla. Tobacco OpeningTALLAHASSEEState
"
By Sylvia Porter ,. Opperman Music economic weapons. The spokesman .
l' Jr- Hall, Friday, July 17. also cited boycotts and listings I
Admit Women A member of the Florida Sym- of "unfair" employers as Commissioner -! ter state.
force the NYSE. Only 171 out of of Agriculture Doyle Florida's flue-cured tobacco
Q.: Just how powerful a !ohony in Orlando for the past possible labor against
weapons !
is the institutional investor Inthe 1,100-plus listed issues because NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. two seasons, Miss Reaves has discrimination. Conner has announced an opening planting this year totals 12,700
U.S.. stock market today? for 70.6 per cent of their institu- date of July 29 for Florida's acres down from last year's
in at
productions
played
than from buy- (AP-Rutgers) University has opera WASHINGTON (AP-Presi- flue-cured tobacco markets. j 14,000 acres. A total crop of
A.: Far more powerful
Florida State University of Colorado
let down the bars against visits
even most Wall St. professionals ings.Q.: Does this mean that blocks of and University of Florida. dent Johnson has signed a bill with this '!slightly over 20 million poundsis j
have by women to men's dormitoryrooms. Along announcement -
Financial institutions -nancial institutions are authorizing the to ; anticipated.
suspect. Her program will include "Alle space agency made yesterday, Conner:
-such as insurance companies over" the big corporations price sta gro" by J. H. Fiocco, "PartitaNo. spend up to $5,227,506,000 in the issued a word of caution I I Last year's crop totaled 258 I Ii

pension funds, mutual our country? This was The university board of governors 3 in E major" for violin I year that started July 1. Actual against harvesting an immature -i million pounds and was valued t

funds, pon-profit foundations A.: Although this is an activities approved, without discussion alone by J. S. Bach, and a spending will be fixed later by crop. He told Florida growers at $14.7 million !
already own 20 per cent of the creasingly frequent charge, a recommendation under Brahms sonata for violin and an appropriations bill. that they risked financialloss I Florida flue-cured tobacco

$UO billion, of, stocks listed on answer is "no." Of course, Stock Iwhich women may visit the i piano. A senior, she is the Largest chunk of the measure by bringing unripe, low markets are located at High

the New' York Stock Exchange stitutions have a significant key'L major re rooms at certain hours and so daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.. -$2,677SOOOOO-is for the Apollo -grade tobacco to the market. Springs, Live Oak, Lake City,
today. A few years from now growing influence in the growth of long as doors to the rooms remain -W. Reaves 1930 N.W. Eighth I Ameri- I Jasper and Madison.
to I
the proportion they hold will panies in which they own role in the open.Trading Ave., Gainesville. can program on the moon place by 1970.an The market opening date falls: Georgia bas 23 markets.
rise to 24 per cent of the total, much stock but the sum- on a Wednesday, which is con-
double the percentage as recently -ions are simply too huge bow STOCK WASHINGTON (APSecretary -trary to the long-standing tradition -
as 1949. they have too much stock ; institu- FLASHESNEW of Defense Robert S. Mc. of opening on a Thurs-I StudentFreed

In a little'over a decade from standing to be "taken economy MARKET Namara has thrown the spot- day. The July 29 opening date
now the proportion will hit an While the institutions have II era. light on the Pentagon's economy also is contrary to the wishes After
awesome 30 per cent. In 1949 per cent of all their listed i have been YORK (AP-The stock I rails with the Pennsylvania,, drive by designating next weekas of most Florida growers, who i iI

institutional holdings of stockson ings in only five issues I far faster market, struggling to resume New York Central and Santa Fe "Defense Cost Reduction wanted the marketing seasonto Rights Test

the NYSE were under $10 still own only 4.5 per cent of our the climb of recent weeks, higher. Week." start a day later. I
stock of As their milled inconclusively early this But Georgia Commissioner of I
the
billion. They're now approaching outstanding
five so afternoon. Steels were mostly lower, a:, The defense secretary said Agriculture Phil Campbell last Charges have been dropped
.
billion.A corporations.Q.
.. $90 stock market in which in- .: What are some of the of stocks. Strength in the auto stocks were airlines. Tobaccos, drugs,, Monday that major aims were week set July 29 as the openin t( gainst a University of Florida
stitutions-----own---20---per- cent of all implications of these figures? They do not dominate the and a few other groups pretty building materials, metals, oils,,, to reward those who helped the date for Georgia markets, anc.1':tudent who was arrested in a
'
aircrafts mail orders rubbers test of the federal Civil
well braked slide that i department save $2.5 billion in Florida for I new
stock and in which they will A.: Because institutions do stock market as they dominatethe a began practical purposes,
their corporate bond market late Monday and continued and farm implements were the fiscal year that ended June has to fall in line with her! Rights Bill July 5.
30 cent comparativelysoon concentrate holdings so
own is per drastically different heavily in a comparatively few institutions own about 80 percent briefly in earlv coin? todav.- mixed. .30 and to focus attention on the:larger tobacco producing sis-:, Ronald Crawford Barger,

from anythi n g we've ever stocks, their buying has helped of all corporate bonds' was fairly) active although -, At noon, the Dow Jones indus- goal of saving $1.6 billion. i t 207U Flavet HI, who is white
I altering !- below the of recent trial was off .24 at was arrested at the Piggle
average Attend
known in history. push up prices of these stocksin but they are fundamentally pace 845.21.Trans. State Court Eight Park Restaurant, 209 NW 13th
Q. What stocks have institu- recent years. It couldn't be: the character of our days.At.
tional investors been buying? otherwise. stock market. Their role most i noon, The Associated Press World Airlines recov- Realtors Meet St.His scheduled -

A.: Out of more than 1,100 Because most institutions are be more intensively examinedby 60-stock average was higher by. ered slightly from Monday's Clerk Resigns II hearing had been to-
stocks listed on the NYSE, five! buyers of stocks for the very Wall St. and all regulatory .1 at 318.8, with industrials off thumping when the issue sank local attended in Municipal Court
.1, rails ahead by .5 and utilities over 4 points. TWA picked up V 4 TALLAHASSEE (APGuyteP. I Eight persons
issues alone account for 14.5 percent long term they have been gradually authorities. a state meeting last week of the day.However last night ad-
police
of the total value of insti- withdrawing supplies of Incidentally, if you think you unchanged. to 43%. McCord, 80, resigned Mon- Florida Assn. of Realtors. Park .
tutional holdings.The their favored stocks from the have no stake in the stock mar- General Motors and Chrysler AT&T was off % at 72Vi on day effective Sept. 30 as clerkof vised the Piggie manager.G. would !
E. M. Dea- the case
Accompanying W. Bass that
five are American Tele- market. Individual investorswho ket because you own no stocks sparked the motors group,, profit-taking after last week'sgOOd the Florida Supreme Court
Gainesville
of the
ton
president not be
phone, International Business: also buy for the very directly, think again. Throughyour marching once more to alltimehighs. :, rise. after holding the post a recordS Board of Realtors, to the meeting pressed.officials last week decided -
withdraw insurance GM at one point reached I I On the American Stock Exchange City
Machines, Standard Oil (NJ.), long-term similarly company pen % years. I Alonzo Frank Green, make more arrests -
were to
not any
duPont and General Motors. stocks from the market. But sion fund, etc., which -do own 93%, up 1, and Chrysler hit an I prices were irregularly "undesir
Only 51 issues each with a now the addition of the institu- stocks, 100 million of you are early peak of 53, up %. American , higher. Trading was mod- McCord said the experiencewas I Tom Dobson, Fred Arnold Smith, Runty under the state because it conflicts

market value of $1 billion or tional investor on such a large "in" the market, even thoughyou Motors was up fractionallyand erate. "valuable beyond my pow Walbeck Gladys able guest" law Civil Rights
and Dick Robin. the
with
more '- make up.41.2 per cent. scale is threatening the liquidity have no stocks in your Ford unchanged. Bond prices were mostly er to express. He was appoint. Ralph Fassey
also showed in the mixed. ed clerk April 1, 1939. son. Act
of all institutional holdings on I of the greatest stock mar- own name. Strength

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U 175TILL NN2TS.NohfS 1(15( WHOLE{ BAsEeALL THING I'LL SUE THE NM AJ..lEA6VE( I ILL Sue t'SA6 : KUltl,

DEAR ABBY (WR W2 tiiM (WAS f/OQR IDEA! I'LL SUE W, THE AMERICAN LEAGUE' AND I Tii COa8 ArcotiLLARD
(I) ARbtLUCY' ? W TH AND rLl SUE EVERYONE ABNERDOlBLEDAVJBALLS/ :I ( ){ J.\LIUJN\ +WtUARC
t CONNECTED WITH BASEBALL1fa
What' your problem? For a len- yjuow-j

t:t : Fiddles She Burns enl reply, write to Abby. Box 3365. ZI l'""
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Beverly Hills. Calif90212.. and 4 I IfFY3

include a self-addressed stamped envelop -

1ka' ,. ..:? Abigail Van Buren *. Abby answers ail maiL 7.Y 1 4'c'o ; . J

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DEAR ABBY: We live in a project.. In summer we DEAR GOLD: You cannot possibly tell your friend that HE'SCRY1N7' WAS HIMAAh ? 'WAS THEM,

keep all our windows open ?."* !o do the neighbors. you resent her copying you without hurting her feelings. SEEN1r1FtATHE'SSFFiN' TWEV'5 \ YO'DLAFFTOO.r.rLAFF1N1.
There is a kid next door who t. :es violin lessons. He's Either do you shopping out of the city, or tell her how YO Orl '?,

about 11, and he practices all the time, but he doesn't you feel about this "Kate and Dupli- te" routine and be t 1f

seem to improve any. I always thought the teacher gave prepared to write off the friendship. .

the kids a new piece every week. Well, something is Yrp ), o
wrong here because this kid has been playing HUMORES- DEAR ABBY: The woman who boasted that she had ' f rS
QUE all summer. I saw his father on the street andI taught her children to inquire (on the telephone), "WHOMis i\ +

said, "Your Marvin sure practices a lot I hear him calling please?," needs to go back and study her elemen- ,

night and day." His father said, "Don't complain. It's tary grammar. Doesn't she know that WHOM is objective,
free. Some day you'll have to buy a ticket to hear him play. and it should be. "WHO is calling, please?" Did she tell

I don't want to file a complaint, Abby, but that kid is really you what the response to their "WHOM is calling please?" {

disturbing my peace. Any suggestions? was?
A NEIGHBOR CURIOUS L

DEAR NEIGHBOR Mother Love is "blind," Father DEAR CURIOUS: No. But it was probably, "It'sIE!"

Love is "deaf." Buy Marvin a mute, or buy yourse! 1-

some ear plugs until it's time to buy the "ticket." DEAR ABBY: I am not asking for advice, I just want THEM INFUNNEL JEST WHEN I GOT A I MAW RUNG

a cry on your shoulder, and hope that the right people WHAT ARE REVENOOERS BEAD ON ONE OFTH' O'FIREM!! l TH'COWBELUFER
DEAR ABBY: I have a very dear friend whose fee ead this and do something about it. I am living with my E OUSOGRUMBLY30UT CHOPPED MY STILL SHIF'LESS DID VE RUN SUPPER

ings are easily hurt. It seems that anything I buy, be i Idest married daughter. I have two other married daughters, p- ,SNUFFY? TO FLINDERS SKONKS, OUT OF RIFLE r
furniture toys for the children or clothes, she always end nd a married son, but this daughter is the only one who ... I HAD.O BALLS? S

up with one like it. This has been going on for a Ion: mows she has a mother. I make my home with her as QUIT
time. Our husbands work together and we go around ir : am a widow. I realize every family needs to be alone U.I : 7.

the same crowd. I suppose I should be flattered that she once in a while, but I have nowhere to go. I wish some > J

likes my taste so much but people are beginning to call of my other children would invite me for a weekend, or evena
us "THE GOLD DUST TWINS." How can I solve this night, but they don't. I am not independent. I am not J 7.1 !

problem without ruining our friendship? able to earn my own living. I have nothing. Sign me- 1
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Sfriu $0rk Ctnirs reported and reported.For the platform and his reaffirmation I, '
was a day when David ,..,.,. ?
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By JACK GOULD I intestinal fortitude in the of civilian control over Brinkley's dry manner stood'I,... ra Mrr *Cfe c .

NEW YORK Gavel to gav- face of overwhelming ennui the f the military. The story reached out, but for commentary in a w Ye, Y50
el coverage of a political con j honors had to go to the National i I its climax when the former more serious vein it was Eric I ,f 7-Illl

vention is a noble aim of the I Broadcasting Co., which I i president held a general press Sevareid of C. B. S. I I %-. ,c .
alone I conference and dashed 1 II I __ r -
television industry but at times I of the networks elected ( any Significantly, Sevareid is not:
it can lead to a fearful video' to stay on the air continuously 'lingering hopes of Scranton !
required to participate in the I 5HQT YOUR EYES, -r .
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drag. Such as occasion from 1 P. M. EDT until when-,,supporters that he might abandon \ '
was reporting of the running story,I' I !- I MUST LOOK YOU,.,,, i(
Monday's opening session of ever the evening's session fin' his neutrality. I. UKI A GIRL GHOUL ;,
a burden which N. B. C. andA. I, PpTSYr
the Republican Convention in ally adjourned. The Columbia In their collective coverageof B. C. place on their stars. I )tA' I IM ONE OF THOSE
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San Francisco. Broadcasting System and the opening session the net The decision to have one man I I STEPPED HORROR MOYIK

It was one of the most ex!American Broadcasting Co. works otherwise were very removed from the confusion of, C U .. L1_ 1 Z;:. '\\ $,

haustively covered stage waitsin were perhaps more responsive I evenly matched. The walkie TV's mechanics and given an C /-: f.

TV's history. I''to viewer exhaustion; they! talkie units on the conventionfloor opportunity to put his thoughtsin ;i D7 I
With Sen. Barry Goldwater's took a late afternoon break for II worked with remarkable careful perspective obvious. -

steamroller operating with I I straight entertainment. efficiency and the diversity of ly is paying off for both Seva: r

awesome efficiency and Gov.1 Thanks to its exclusive ar- shots withing the Cow Palacewas reid and C. B. S. The rebirth 1;'=; ,
WiUbm W. Scranton's cause rangement(! with former Presi- striking. The remote pickups of the true broadcast comment' .1-

rapidly waning, the harried TVj i dent Dwight D. Eisenhower,I from seemingly limitless ator may be one of the con- :$
reporters passed much of the I!:the A. B. C. network again{locations in San Francisco attested sequences of the current TV

day in the company of their scooped its rivals by being first to the modern sophisti rivalry in covering the conven- I t

own ad libs. What little news I on the air with his remarks I I cation of electronics.In tions; it could be most wel- -
did develop was reported and !about the civil rights plank in terms of editorial content come. -
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remnants of the I!Bible, our nation and for communism -'ample, he called for "a sound I
S\N FRANCISCO On a,convention. These are visible had better repent now." climate of fiscal responsibility 1-

typical day at the 19S4 Republican -chiefly in three hotels the I The platform committee sits ," urged the party to "un
Convention, these the St. Francis, the Hilton and the
are
inside in an overheated leash the creative forces end 6E'ZERAL
room, ,-. 014, IT'S AU.r. IF
that Mark I
things happen: Hopkins, which you refer listening to the dullest speeches "reckless deficits exercise ;; VI MtT'S -nS OVER; wo; AASI" };ALFTRAK EVEZ
Six hundred people give or to as "the Mark" to show that conceivable. Later they producea "compassion, leadership and re-j l r H"=AK ABOUT ne: t.A2GE6r 141 ARs A3OJTr
take a dozen will approach you you know a thing or two about'I paper which Bill's people de-straint" to "build on the wis-i IF, A FEUD BETWEEN DESK; IT'S 3
and ask, "Isn't this a soup spoons. t- S3 STUPID
lovely !
nounce and nobody will read. :I Idom of our history," wage "the"
c'ty"1 It is .l A\D tT FUZZ?
not enough to an- The Mark is the headquarters
At the Hilton Hotel you will,crusade against tyranny" to"revitalize"
swer ).es. The approved an-\for Governor Scranton whom,see the small-bore and "J-
.I press, poli-, "reconstitute, 5I w
swers are "magnifi c e nt,"l.ou call Bill to demon. rate'ticians, candidates and candi-:."reverse the accs'srating': : drift"sand f 5

"breath-taking," "enchanting,"r I that you are on top of the political -I dates' aides as they perform i "reclaim our legacy" 1-. !2-5 (f TIoti
or "the most charming city in i picture, and for Senator for television. Bill's people will! '.
: Bill will be more accessible,
America. Y 1 W
Goldwater, whom \ IE- tltv
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call'Barry"
I you press you into corners and say perhaps because he believes all R i
Five or six people will caution for the same I
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that you must never refer the lobby of "the IT
Mark"
K
I going to happen to the
the lobbies
: saying that Bill is
to it as 'Frisco '
who will
people ;you witness 'demonstrations" "
,two-party system? and "Isn'tthis PQ
dead and the only thing left to
call it 'Frisco"
them which
betray
mark
the
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comingand :
a lovely city?
do at this convention is to to
selves as uncultured unwordly, going of Bill and Barry. In Barry's people will be strolling go
dinner.In .
and in general the kind of people ' a typical demonstration, 200 or ; -
about -
trying to look reason- any case, Bill can usually 1 6or SOME-1 COUPLE OR
who eat with coffee 300
soup a people, mostly in late ado- able and not too smug. If approached by seen before cameras at the FIND OUT WHO THAT JUP6EI HEAR r0VY ON A TA!' THREE!WHAT ACCARDWG THIS 7UDGEA FEVY YEJIHI THINK
spoon. Besides that, it offends lescence, shout "We want Bill!t" they will take := 5 THATS GMN6 US A HARP WHY KENO! THAT5 A HEAW DID Ybl1 HF.ARr PAYS AGO SOMEBOPY LOST HEAVY XSOJWT IT Ably
you Hilton, saying that the platform, AT YOUR 3C>|INT. 06VIOUSLY WHOEVBA HE..rT5
the natives, who have del Depending on which -ME-.BUT MORE JMTOKIW I; IDSER? A
very
one they aside and enumerate the sub is being "rigged" suggesting''- RNO OUf WHY: HE WAS HE'S KEN SQUAWKING TO .61
icate sensibilities. want, and wave blue balloons. THE 7UDGE ANY IDEA WHO IT Ise
jects on which Barry has been that Barry is dangerous and I I
Everybody, without exception, Older people will shout at
: you, misquoted and tell what
you exuding about his
will ask where ate, last asking "Isn't this optimism own
you a lovely city? they paid for dinner last night chances. Later General Eisenhower I:
night They will ask you to] or "Where did you eat last Occasionally, Barry himself
agree in principle that the night?" I will come and smile on i .
res- be I il'" 1
may seen. Anyone expecting, and Bill and !
everyone Barry U M 'a
taurants here are magnificentThe The St. Francis is for JII tr
viewing -i,the lordliest conservative since"will congratulate each other as''I .. T
approval reply is "su- demonstrators and the I r"1I
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plat. the Duke of Wellington will bea .
splendid fighters and
perb." It is all form everyonewill
right to braga committee. The demon- c.:
disappointment. His ward-: to dinner and I; U
go brag about
bit about your dinner check, straiors carry signs bearing robe of political cliches is im the size of their checks. I-fAq. -,,;

for particularly two. if it exceeded $30 such messages as: "Earl Warren i peccable but undistinguished.In As a convention, it may be -..... ..
and the Supreme Court justices a typical display before the short on drama, but isn't this h 111
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Pierce,Wulbern.MurphQrNEW I' 5,420,000 I Volume I 2,020,000 Shopping Center GrowingConstruction

YORK STOCK Rich Merr 1.00 51 114,600 BVD Co ,18% up %

EXCHANGEAbbott I R C Cola _ 1.20 76 97,300 Chrysler 52% up' X work on the Westside Shopping Cen ter, at the intersection of West University: Avenue and
Roy Dutch 1.73g 46% 93,500 House Fin 53% up % Late Morning 34th Street, is progressing toward the mid-fall com pletion date. Developer Fred Cone said the center will

Lab 2.40 41% Searle GD _ .90 61% 93,300 N Cash Reg 71 up 1% include approximately 10 stores, including a 'Vinn- Dixie grocery, Wise's Drugstore, a beauty parlor anda

Allied Chem 1.80 54 I,Singer ._:_- :2.00! 92% 73,300 Am Tel Tel 72% off % N. Y. ListingAllisChal barber shop. (Sun photo- by Eddie Davis). ._
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Amerada Pt 2.00 82%i Smith Kin 1.20a 62 59,000 Benef Fin 52% off Y

Am Elc Pow 1.16b 44V4 Sou Cal Ed _. 1.05 32% 58,500 Sunsh Mn 19 Si up 1% 20% Hon'well 135% Tool Thefts

Amer Enka 1.40a 55 St Oil Cal __ 2.00 68% 57,800 Amer Can 43% off % Alcoa 69V4 Int Harv 79% Mikoyan To Replace

Amer Hone -_ __ 1.44a 68% St Oil Ind ----_ 2.00b 80% 54,900 Tran W Air 43% off 4'/8 AmAir 46% Int Nick 80%

Amer M Fdy .90 21% Sterl Drug .65 29% 48,000 Family Fin 24% unch Am Brk 57 Int Pap 31% Reported At

Armco Stl _ _, 3.00 75% Texas Util _-_- 1.20 61% 46,700 Gen Motors 92% up % AmBdPar 41% Jones&L 83%

AtchTopka L20a 35 Textron ._- 1.40 44V4 37,400 RCA 33% up % AmCan 49 Kais Al 38 Soviet Pres. B ..ezhnevCAIRO

Baxter Lab -_.. .. .36 24% Tidewater _-____________ 30% 36,700 US Steel 61% up % AmCyan 64% Ken'cott 83% Building Site ,
Beckman In BO1! Trans W A ____- 43% 35,100 Sperry Rd 14% off % AmMot 15 Lig & My 79

Beech LF S 1.10 47'i Union Pac 1.60a 48% 33,800 Pa RR 34% up Vt AT&T 72% Loch'd 33% Builders putting up homes ata (APLeonid Bre- with excellent contacts in the Soviet Communist party's 12-

1risto1My.- .80 63 Und Air L __-- .- 1.50b 52% Amer Exch Active Stocks AmTob 33% Lorillard 44% ; construction site at 3300 NW .zhnev will be replaced as president Soviet Union reported today. man ruling Presidium.

Erown Shoe 3.40 103% Upjohn ___________- 1.00 53% Volume Close Change Ampx Cp 17% Mag'vox 33% :28th Ave. reported a series of ; of the Soviet Union in a few I The source who refused to be ,
Brunswick 9% Jim Walter 28 6% % tool thefts i The elevation of oldtime Communist
---- -- 96,600 Cinerama up Anaconda 45% MM&M 64 yesterday. I days by First Deputy Premier 'quoted by name, said Brezhnev
Cambell S 2.40 36%; War Lamb _ .70 30 2 Mikoyan will be
- --- 91,200 TWA -Wts26% off % Armour 42% Mohasco I' announced *
13%
builders all Anastas Mikoyan, an informantcan would remain a member of the
Three working on
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Carter Pdt -----_-_- -- l.OOa 19 Worthintn __ 1.50 42V4 58,700 Gt Basins Pete 3% unch ACL 79 Mons'to 79 at the current sessionof
Case J I __ 20% Xerox --_- -- 113 35,900 Peruvian Oils 1/16 unch Babcock 33% Mont Wd 38% the parade of homes, reportedthe the Supreme Soviet-the Soviet -

Cessna Air 1.00 26% Zenith ._-- 1.20a 69% 33,900 McCroryWts- 3% up Yt B&O 12% Nat Dair 84 thefts apparently occurred Woman parliament-which began

Ches Ohio __ 4.00 79% AMERICAN ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Beth Stl 38% Nat Dist 26% Sunday Paul night. said he lost Awaiting SurgeryReceives Monday, the source said.
McKinley
.Coas S Gas 30%
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Purchases 405,314 Boeing 56 N.Am Av
48%
CBS 1.80b 44% STOCK EXCHANGE Short Sales >.-____ -_-._- 2,530 I Borden 74% Penney 57% :some $250 worth of carpenter'shand hand I 'Helping Hand'A He added that Brezhnev's replacement -
tools including cop- will begin
Comb Eng _- 1.20 30% Other Sales 400,830 Brunswk 9% Pa RR 35 a shakeup
__ Aerojet-Gen 30% ling and keyhole saws, when which will continue the
Cone MiIis _-_ .80 21 CaterTr through
Cont Airl .----_--_- .40 24%! Analex Corp -_--- 24% Total Sales 403,360 Celanese 71 34% Pep Phil Cola Mor 62% I burglars sawed a padlock off a I Jacksonville woman is in I contributions from the Helping fall and which will include the

Contl Ins .-_- 2.20 60%' Aqua Chem _..-._ 1 n4 Chrysler 52'l'a'% Phill Pet 54 77%% i toolhouse and broke in. University Health Center today Hand Club of Anniston, Ala. promotion of Alexei Adzhubei,
OVER THE COUNTERNEW he
Aurora Plastics 251h T. D. Zetrouer reported
Contrl Data ---- ---- ---- 97% CocaCola 136 RCA 34 awaiting an open heart surgery Mrs. Donald Gaines, 21, entered -!Premier Khrushchev's son-in-
Corn Pdts ,-T-T--.......' 1.50 61% Barnes Engineer -- 19f. YORK (AP)-The following bi J Com Ed 52% Rep Stl 47% lost two Keene 3-wire extension cords.of operation partly financed by the hospital Monday and:law, to be foreign minister.
Butler Shoe 9 Virgil an employer
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Delta Air __ 1.60 83% -- and asked quotations supplied by the Con Edis 93 Revlon
34%
Det Steel _- .60 15% Chroma Joy .- -- 19% Nations! Association of Securities Deal Cont Can 53% Tob Norwood Hope, reported a Gen her operation is scheduled for Adzhubei is editor of Izvestia,
Rey 43%
Cinerama 6 V. ers. Inc. do not represent actual transactions eral Electric Disposal Unit still She has blocked the but
Emerson El __ 1.00 44 f.rair --- Dow Thursday. a government newspaper,
Che 71 St. P 30% Sales
Reg
but are the NASD's estimate June
taken Up
Computer Sci 171/ in its shipping crate was has conferred with leaders of
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Camera .50g 26% of the range within which these securIties duPont 261% Seaboard 51% passage in her heart.
Finan'l Fed ._-_- 47% Cutter Labs A -_- 16% could have been sold (bid) or EAL 32% Sears 120% from a home construction site. many of the world's govern-
Fst Chartr -_ 1.97f 33% Data Control __ 50% bought (asked): E. Kodak 131% Sinclair 46% 12.4 Per Cent The club became interestedin ments during travels abroad.

__ Fulton Inds _- - 9% Land _. 7% her from relatives who Andrei Gro-
VIa E Cst - 12% Alico --- -------- Firestone 41 Socony 82% Attending UF case Veteran diplomat

Food Fair ..-----,----?.--.. .90 23% Gen Develop 4th Amer Fidel Life 241/ Fla Pw 50 SouthnC 62% For Alachua started a campaign to raise the,myko is foreign minister.In .
FMC Corp __________ 1.00 55% Mackey Airlines .- 5* Amer Heritage --- 23/S Fla P&L 78% SperryR 14i t
Finance dollars needed for the
Mead Johnson 18% _ .. 21% Family $3,000 Moscow, rumors of an impending
Frito Lay ?_. 40% - Amer Mat Ins -- Ford 53% StBrand 78% June retail sales in Alachua
Pac NW Tele --_--__-_. 23% Life 7% operation.Mrs. government reshuffle
Gen Tele _-_,- --- - .88 33V4Ca Arner Pioneer Frmst Da 12% StO NJ 87% County increased 12.4 per cent I
Philips Elec __ 39 Busch _______ 53% Short-Course circulated Monday night among
Pacif ._- - -- l.OOb 57% -- -- Anheuser ----- Frept Sul 35% Studebak 7% over sales in June, 1963.
Gaines whose husband
Getty Oil _---- .10g 24% Redwing Carriers 11 Anodyne -_-_ __ ---___ 4% Frueh Tr 33% Swift 54% resident Western diplomats and
Grace Co l.OOb) 56% Ric Group -.-- -_ 6% Citizens Bank -_-- 34 Gen Dyn 27% Texaco 80 Five Alachua County women Sales were $11,512,941 last works for a Jacksonville paper I correspondents. Neither confir-

Iel Curtis-_ _ .80 16% Sperry R. Wts. 6% Comsat Corp --_- 25V.Conn Gen El 83% Thiokol 15% are participating in the tenth month. In 1963, the figure was company said this morning mation nor denial of the reports

'BM _- 5.00 481% Syntex __ 73% Lt & Pow 38 Gen Fds 89% U Carbid 123% annual workshop in Educationin $10,236,475, the Florida Revenue some donations had come in,I were forthcoming from Soviet

ht Min C -_- l.SOa 71% Tampa EJec __ 25/ Cowles Mag & Pb 12% Gen Mills 41 Unit Airc 48% Family Finance at the Uni- Commission said. but she did not know the sources.
Tech Measur 20* Dunn & Bradst _ 62 versity of Florida. Other counties and sales this here said
:nt Tele 1.00 56% --- GenMtrs 93 Un Fruit 22V4 amount yet. I I The source Mikoyan -
\ellogg: -- .80a 47% TWAWtS -__ 26% Firs West. Fin'c' 13% Goodrich 55 US Steel 60% Patricia J. Gay and Ann Bacon month: Clay, $1,560.098, up 19.6 a contemporary of Premier

.ehman CP 1.34e '29% Valspar __.-_--__- 7% Florida Gas _ _ 10% Goodyr 44V4 Univ Mat 12% I of High Springs, and Sue per cent; Dixie, $437,448, down The Helping Hand Club was;Khrushchev, 70, may owe hi?

Jtton in -__ 1.98f 64% MUTUAL FUNDS Fla Nat'l Bank _-_-. 641hFJa Greyhnd 28% WestgE! 30% H. Moore, Shirley E. Noble 12.3 per cent; Gilchrist, $262- formed in 1953 and since then promotion to his age- 8-ano

done S CM -_-.-.-. 1.00 21% Tele - -_ ----.-_------ 26 Gulf Oil 58 Winn Dix 36% I and Catherine E. Selle of 762, down 5.7 per cent; Levy, has estimated it has collected to his attitude toward the Chi

klarsh Fid _---_-_- 1.60 44Utfartin Affiliated Fund _ _ 9.08 Forrest Labs --.-------_------- 27% Woolwth 30% Gainesville are taking part In $1,213,834, up 5.2 per cent; Put- over $100,000 for various nese Communist party.In .
Capital Life & Gr 10.40 FnnnrJpr'i.. .. ,.ilp 8. 1 I num, $4,698,755, 13.7
up per
M 1.00 17% -- --- --- - the five-week program. Thirty-' causes. It has a tax exempt a power struggle now beginning
cG Hill .603 34% Divers Growth ---_ 10.02 Franklin Life __ 59% I nine are enrolled. cent; Union $219,406, down 16.9 status from the U. S. Internal to shape up beneath the

Iead Corp .___--- - 1.70 48 Dividend Shares 3.85Dreyfus" GreatAmerican __ 18 Lawtey Death Sponsored by the National per cent. Revenue Bureau.Rogero aging Khrushchev, the sourct

Ierkd .__ _- 2.ooa 4W.ratl --_- 20.91 Grolier 421/ Committee for Education in said arouses fewei
Fidelity Capit __ ,_ 11.65 Gulf] Life __ 57% Mikoyan
----
--
52%
Aid .- .80 -- Family Finance, the graduate III The because of his agt
NY CenU .50g 41% :Fidelity Fund ._ 18.32 Herff Jones _.' 14'! : GunshotBeing II teacher training program Tax jealousies

ia M Pow _- _--- 2.00 53 Fidelity Trend -__ 19.39 Home Ins _._ _ _ 66 By opened June 15 and runs to and the consequent take unlikely poi th
would
Norfolk W _ 6.00 1391/ Fund'tal Invest 11.31 Jax Minit Mkts .-.-.____ -.-_-. 7th July 24.The Story UnfoldsTAMPA sibility he Khrushchev'tdeparture. over
NoIndPS1.48 561,1 Income of Boston 8.56 Kennasaw Life -I. 11% ProbedLAWTEY workshops are part of a CapitolWASHINGTON government on

No Nat Gas 1.80 S5 Incorporated Inc _.. 10.07 LifeofFla-- 6 long-range program with a basIc (AP) -The government .
Keystone K.2 _. 5.72 Lowes Company ., 21MiJgo '! I I Mikoyan has been reported
Olin Math -_- 1.20 451,1 I. -- A Palatka objective to give young peo- sought today to secure ad-
Owens II G ----_----_ 2.50 991/ Keystone 8-3 ___ 17.27 Electron ._ --_ 10% man, ple and adults in the nation's (APOrganized ) -mission of testimony about{wishing to avoid an open break
Pac G' & E 1.00 31% Keystone 8-4 -_ 4.90 Mort Guaranty In 27 Alton Dennis Waters, was found I I schools and colleges instruction labor is mapping a cam- transactions in 1955 and 1959 in with the Chinese party-whirf
Life Investors Pacific Sw Air __ dead of a gunshot would Khrushchev appears to have
48%
Pac Lting - --- 2.40 30% 21.20 yesterday -tin the fundamentals of sound paign of "massive compliance" the trial of Al Rogero for alleged -
Pac T & T .--- 1.20 28% Life Stock Fund -_ 8.21 Schlitz Brew _ _ 4S3 shortly after 9 a.m. at the 1!personal and family manage- with the new civil rights act I income tax evasion in been heading for recently-and
Pan Amer A 1.20 36V. Mass. Inv Stock 17.03 SecurLife&Tr59 home of his wife's parents, Mr.' ment. that may even include strikes I 1956-58. should any Soviet leader make a

Parke Day 1.00 29 Mass. Inv Growth 9.06 Southern Nitro. -_. 20* and Mrs. H. C. (Pete) Wainwright The program was begun in I against employers who discrim- last-ditch attempt to smooth
Pennzoil _ 2.00 353/4 Poineer Fund _ 9.80 Travelers Ins --_-_ 46% ,1950. About 12,000 teachers and inate. Rogero, a former member of over the dispute with Peking,
--
Pfizer _-______--- .80a 50 Puritan Fund 9.80 PREVIOUS DAY'S .administrators have taken partin the State Road Board, is a the source said, Mikoyan is evidently -
Phelps -DG -- 3.00 63%. Putnam Growth .-__. 9.67 STOCK MARKET Bradford County Judge Ther- the Summer workshops and AFL-CIO President George Clearwater real estate man. He the man.

Polaroid _____-_.- .20 1451h TV & EJec 8.29 Advances _._ 5361 on A. Yawn empaneled a cor the resulting in-service train- Meany expects the campaign to reported income of $22,000 for Brezhnev, at one time was
Pub SV E-G 2.60 38 Value Line Inc 5.72 Declines -_,_ 526 oner's jury, which made a pre- ing programs sponsored by throw the full weight of the labor 1956-58 and the government contends considered a likely heir-a.'>parent -

Pure Oil _- _--.---- 1.50 56* Wellington Fund 15.36N Unchanged -_ 283 liminary investigation into the! various city school systems. federation's 13.5 million : his income was instead to Khrushchev, but he appears -

Rayonier ___ _----, 1.00 36% Total Issues 1,345 circumstances of W a t e r s' members into virtually every 1 f313,000 from a maize of finan- lately to have lost ground,
Rexall .-_----__-_- .SOb 42% Y S E Most Active Stocks New 1963-64 Highs -_-_- 99 death. Violinst city and hamlet in the nation. cial enterprises.In partly because of illness.He .
378 Comp. Vol. Close Changes New 1963-64 Lows 9 City of
Reyn Metl _-____- .50 One aim will be prompt voluntary 1957, Rogero reported was elected chairman
Later, he announced that the FSU compliance with the new $8,361 income. Two prosecution the Presidium of the supreme
jury had not at that time reached Appears at law's equal employment oppor- witnesses testified yesterday to Soviet, which in effect is president -

:::= YOUR MONEY'S WORTH a verdict, and that a hearing of Gaines- tunity provisions, which do not 1 paying Rogero sums which to- of the Soviet Union, in 1960

would be called later when an Martha Reaves the studiosof go into effect for one year. I taled $11,000 in that year. I and was re-elected in 1962.
ville, violinist from
investigation by the sheriff's department -
has been Richard Burgin and Robert While he declined to specifythe
Institutional Investor Yawn completed. Sedore, will present a recital type of pressure he has in
Judge said the victim Conner 29
died from a gunshot in the assisted by Julie Adams, pianist mind, an AFL-CIO spokesman Accepts July I
graduate student of music from pointed out that the strike has
chest, but declined to elaborate
further. Lake Wales, in Florida StateUniversity's long been one of labor's chief For Fla. Tobacco OpeningTALLAHASSEEState

By Sylvia Porter .. :4j Opperman Music economic weapons. The spokesman
4kJ' ..,. Hall Friday, July 17. also cited boycotts and listings
Admit WomenNEW A member of the Florida Sym- of "unfair" employers as Commissioner ter state.
Q.: Just how powerful a force the NYSE. Only 171 out of the,100plus 'ket in the world. hony in Orlando for the past labor against of Agriculture Doyle Florida's flue-cured tobacco
possible
is the institutional investor inUie listed issues accountfor On the other hand, because BRUNSWICK !two seasons Miss Reaves has discrimination.weapons Conner has announced an open- planting this year totals 12,700
U.S.. stock market today? 70.6 per cent of their hold- the very size of these institutions N.J. played in productions at ing date of July 29 for Florida's acres down from last year's
(
AP-Rutgers has opera
prevents them from buying University flue-cured tobacco markets. acres. A total of
14,000
A.: Far more powerful than let down the bars Florida State University of Colorado WASHINGTON (APPresident crop
visits
ings.Q. this that financial and selling big blocks of against slightly over 20 million poundsis
even most Wall St. professionals : Does mean and University of Florida. Johnson has signed a bill
by to men's with this
women dormitoryrooms. Along
suspect. Financial institutions institutions are "taking stock impulsively, they have Her program will include "Alle authorizing the space agency to ment made anticipated.Last .
-such as insurance companies over" the big corporations of been contributing to price stability gro" by J. H. Fiocco, "PartitaNo. spend up to $5,227,506,000 in the issued, a word of announce-I year's crop totaled 25.8

pension funds, mutual our country? in the market. This was The university board of gover- 3 in E major" for violin, year that started July 1. Actual,against harvesting an imma- million pounds and was valued

funds, non-profit foundations A.: Although this is an t Increasingly demonstrated by their activities II nors approved, without discus- alone by J. S. Bach, and a spending will be fixed later by ture crop. He told Florida grow- at $14.7 million

already own 20 per cent of the frequent charge, the in the day 1962 crash. sion, a recommendation under Brahms sonata for violin and l an appropriations bill. ers that they risked financial Florida flue-cured tobacco

$440 billion of stocks listed on answer is "no." Of course, in- Today, the New York Stock which women may visit the piano. A senior, she is the Largest chunk of the measure loss by bringing unripe, low .markets are located at High
the New York Stock Exchange stitutions have a significant and Exchange released a major research rooms at certain hours and so daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C., -$2,677,500,000-is for the Apollo -grade tobacco to the market. Springs, Live Oak, Lake City,
today. A few years from now growing influence in the com- study on the growth of long as doors to the rooms remain -W. Reaves, 1930 N.W. Eighth I Jasper and Madison.
the proportion they hold will panies in which they own so institutions and_their role in the open. ,Ave., Gainesville. program onthe- moon to place by 1970.an Ameri- The market opening date falls I I Georgia has 23 markets.Student .

rise to .24 per cent of the total, much stock, but the corpora- stock market. The findings sum- on a Wednesday, which is con-
I i
double the percentage as recently -ions are simply too huge and marized above underline how STOCK WASHINGTON (AP-Secre- trary to the long-standing tradition -

as 1949. they have too much stock outstanding I important the financial institu FLASHESNEW tary of Defense Robert S. Mc- of opening on a Thurs,

In a little'over a decade from to be "taken over." tion has become in our economyin MARKET Namara has thrown the spot. day.! The July 29 opening date I

now the proportion will hit an While the institutions have 14.5 the post-World War II era. I light on the Pentagon's economy I also is contrary to the wisher Freed After
awesome 30 per cent. In 1949 !per cent of all their listed holdings These institutions have been YORK (AP-The) stock I I rails with the Pennsylvania, drive by designating next weekas of most Florida growers, who
institutional holdings of stockson in only five issues they growing at a rate far faster market, struggling to resume I'New York Central and Santa Fe "Defense Cost Reduction I I I wanted the marketing seasonto Rights Test

the NYSE were under $10 still own only 4.5 per cent of than the growth rate of our the climb of recent weeks, higher. I'Week." start a day later.
billion. They're now approaching the outstanding stock of these economy as a whole. As their milled inconclusively early this I But Georgia Commissioner of I
Steels were mostly lower have been dropped
as Charges
$90 billion. five corporations.Q. assets have skyrocketed so afternoon. The defense secretary said Agriculture Phil Campbell last
A stock market in which institutions .: What are some of the key have their holdings of stocks. Strength in the auto stocks]were airlines. Tobaccos, drugs, Monday that major aims were week set July 29 as the openin- 'f gainst a University of Florida
own 20 per cent of all implications of these figures? I They do not dominate the and a few other groups pretty i building materials, metals, oils, to reward those who helped the date for Georgia markets, anc'I I:tudent who was arrested in a
'
Civil
aircrafts mail orders rubbers of the federal
stock and in which they will A.: Because institutions do stock market as they dominatethe well braked a slide that began. department save $2.5 billion in Florida, for practical purposes, test new
own 30 per cent comparativelysoon concentrate their holdings so corporate bond market late Monday and continued and farm implements were the fiscal year that ended June has to fall in line with her Rights Bill July 5.

is drastically different heavily in a comparatively few institutions own about 80 per, briefly in early going today. mixed.At 30 and to focus attention on the' larger tobacco producing sis- Ronald Crawford Barger,
from anythi n g we've ever stocks, their buying has helped cent of all corporate bonds -, Trading was fairly active although noon, the Dow Jones indus.'goal of saving $4.6 billion. 1207U Flavet HI, who is white,
al. below the of recent trial average was off .24 at I was arrested at the Pig g I e
known in history. push up prices of these stocksin but they are fundamentally pace 845.31.Trans. State Court Eight Attend Park Restaurant, 209 NW 13th
0.: What stocks have institu- recent years. It couldn't be tering the character of our days.
tional investors been buying? otherwise. stock market Their role most At noon The Associated Press World Airlines recovered Meet St.His scheduled -
Realtors had been
institutions be intensively examinedby 60-stock average was higher by slightly from Monday'sthumping Clerk hearing
A. Out of more than 1,100 Because most are more Resigns Court to-
i in Municipal
stocks listed on the NYSE. five buyers of stocks for the very Wall St and all regulatory .1 at 318.8, with industrials off when the issue sank attendeda
issues alone account for 14.5 per long-term, they have been gradually authorities. .1, rails ahead by .5 and utilities over 4 points. TWA picked up 41 TALLAHASSEE (APGuyteP. Eight local persons day.However
state meeting last week of the police last night advised
'
cent of the total value of institutional -, withdrawing supplies of Incidentally, if you think you unchanged. to 43%. McCord 80, resigned Mon- Park
I stock General Motors and Chrysler AT&T was off % .at 72% on Florida Assn. of Realtors. the Piggie manager,
holdings.The their favored stocks from the have no stake in the mar- day effective Sept. 30 as clerk.
E. M. Dea- G. W. Bass that the case would
week's'good Accompanying ,
five are American Telephone market. Individual investors ket because you own no stocks sparked the motors group, profit-taking after last of the Florida Supreme Court
Gainesville
International Business who also buy for the directly, think again. Through marching once more to all-time' rise. record ton, president of the not be pressed.
very after the
holding post a
meeting
to the last
Realtors officials week
( Board of City decided t
Machines, Standard Oil (NJ.), long-term similarly withdraw your insurance company, pen- highs. GM at one point reached 1 On the American Stock Exchange -, 25 years. I Alonzo Frank Green, not to make
duPont and General Motors. stocks from the market But sion fund etc., which do own i 93%, up 1, and Chrysler hit an prices were irregularly were any more arrests -
Only 51 issues each with a now the addition of the institu- stocks, 100 million of you are early peak of 53, up %. American higher. Trading was mod-' McCord said ,the experience! Tom Dobson Fred Arnold Rus- under the state "undesir .
market value of $1 billion or tional investor on such a large "in" the market even though Motors was up fractionallyand erate. I was "valuable beyond my pow! ty Walbeck, Gladys Smith, able guest" law, because it con- '

more make up 41.% per cent scale is threatening the liquid- you have no stocks in your Ford unchanged. Bond prices were mostly!er to express." He was appointed Ralph Fassey and Dick Robin- flicts with the Civil Right \!

of all institutional holdings on 1, ity of the greatest stock mar own name. i Strength also showed in the mixed. I clerk April 1, 1939. son. Act. ..\


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8 Baby Sitters Child Core 28 Livestock & IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDlJ"-"I-'I.'"''' ":
fN THE Supplies :
COURT OF THE COUNTY r OIPIAIHI5 01L.IIEVTE1

JUDGE ALACHUA IN PROBATEIN COUNTY, Florida. THEREIS WILL keep several children in HENS for laying or freezing. .50 J I 'I I I IAIRAIRIAITDDII( INkisiLPIAINIUIBIERAFJI

RE my air-cond. home days. Shady cents each. 2425V Hawth erne
ANNIE;MAZO ESTATE, OF fenced yard. 2304 NE 12th St. Rd. 376-0433. i WANT-AD RATES ( IRkI

Deceased. WANT TO SEE your hogs property ; I
KOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE 3760044.TINY TOT finished on dry lot or pasture ACROSS 32. Read (

APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE then try CPA Cooperative Mills PH. 372-8441 1. Cambol metrically U IN ID I I ID I Iii 11(1
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: PLAY 12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul
SCHOOLVisit
Notice Is hereby oiven that I have : lets. Special for July. FMX .- Histrionic 35. Goddess of R AlPiel

filed my final report as executrix of us and see for yourself. Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR < for art mischief11.ConduIosiST.Labor
The estate of Annie Maze deceased; 34 SE 8th St. FR -7gQ4.. 2-1095 or 4612105. == ITIEIMIURIEUS 0 LIAH

that I have filed my petition for final PURE bred guernsey milk cow ; Classified Only'DEADLINES
discharge and that I will apply to the 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED with two calves. Also good work 12. Spring bird union: abbr. A

Honorable H. H. McDonald. County mute 4O-1919 Waldo. 1 13.Eyelike 38.Ashen TIAIPI
Judge of Alachua County. Florida, on WANTED dependable maid 5 days {. '1 MAIR K A Gb
the 5th day of August 1964, for week. Must have spots 39. Distorted
ap good references 30 PETS & SUPPLIES LIU P
proval of the same and for final discharge WORTHWHILE and own transportation. Apply !Ii 14.Expiate. 40. the Red s i-i IJNI.j
as executrix of the Box Tues. thru Frf. papel'-5 Day before publication
estate of 468A Gainesville Sun. pjn.
WEEKS$ old purebred 15. TIDINTO INAMIeILI
Beagle
Annie Mazo deceased. pup- For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. St. 5 41Exnerge
This 2nd day of EXPERIENCED cosmetic sales- pies. all shots ft wormed. Must I For ads to In sa!. 16. Fester Perfumed SIT
Llbbye Mazo July. 1964. lady. between 30 and 45, full be seen to be appreciated. Phone go Mon. paper I p.m. I EjMT( E 1? R tIw

LIBBYE MAZO time permanent position. ContactMr. 376-1076. (Minimum ad 4 fines) 5 18. Lair hair ointmer*

Executrix: of the estate ot Annie Gresham Gresham Drugs. PUREBRED and AKC registered 19. Fruit drink 45. Turk. SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE

Mazo, deceased. 12 West University. Beagle puppies. Best in State. FAMILY RATES I 20. Poisonous governor
(3466) 7:7 14 21. 28 CASHIERS Experience helpful Stud dogs. We board dogs. Jar'es' Amended 7. Decompose

but not necessary. Must be over Kennels. Rt. 1. Box 78, Keystone 1 Insertion .... :34e fine snake Anointed 8.Residence

I 21. Apply box 447*, Gainesville Heights Fla. 473-4958. 3 InsertionS' -;;;...........................................- 25c line 21.Defeat 4 7.Bullock 3. To become 9.Undu-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Sun giving phone number. SIAMESE KITTENS & 6 Insertions 17c line I 22.Burdened 48.Appointinsipid
LAW CLERK-TYPIST Insertions .... Me line ground
accurate dependable -
Notice Is Hreby.clven that tile undersigned good at figures 4044 STUD SERVICE Total charge computed by multiplying\ total lines x rat e.mii 24.SeIfments House explosives
$25 up. Reg. Wllliston 5286448.M ed x number of Insertions.
desiring to engage In business hr. week, salary commensuratewith II conscious DOWN wing 10.About

under the fictitious name of Young's READINGIN ability. For Interview write I N I IA T URE Dachshunds subject 1. Locust, 5.Culding6.BeaL' 11. Con-
Private Home at number 1018 N. E. 28th _Box 466a, c-o Gainesville Sun.
Avenue. In the City of AKC. $75. FR 68963. harvest-fly, straps
Gainesville. Flor. WHITE Christian lady wanted to S Five line verging
letter
words
per
ida.with Intends * register' the said name care for children in my homo ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good I-IS 28. Dislodge etc. 6. Haul along 17.Copy

Alachua the Clerk of FterWa.lrCgIt Court of five days a week. Call 376-8S10. for watch, stock, and pets. FR 20.
County BEAUTY 20033. Same as J lines /: rrTTr7rTrr7T Literary
,, MARTHA L. YOUNG DEMONSTRATORS Pt. facts
( ?) e:23. 30; 7:7, 14 Earn up to $5 per hour demon- CHIHUAHUA puppy female 4 mos. ordinary type == - -
strating famous Studio Girl old AKC registered 376-1387 after e II 'l 12 21. Spar
5 PJA.WEIMARANER. 12 Pt. Same as 3 lines Z
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. I 23. Sea eagle
:; ordinary type - -
:
IN THE Phone 376-4336 after 6. puppies, AI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN I JI 1+ 25. Command
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA CURB GIRLS day and night Champion line hunters, compan- y. 5.ameaslllnes ,-
to horse
Ions. a
Call .3724459.MINIATURE
shift. In 18 rt.ordinary I
Apply person Jerry's I typo
15 17 19
IN RE; Estate ofFLORENCE Restaurant 2310 SW 13th St. Dachshunds 27. Open

Deceased A. BURNS, THE MAID ,wanted 5 days week. Must AKC. $65. & $75. I iT hostility
II zo u
NOTICE TO CREDITORS be dependable and have good ref FR 6-8963. IE 24 Pt.S.me -$ S fine, : : 29. Sea robber
erences. Also good Ironer. Furnish .
All
creditors of the type 30. Omits In
estate of FLOR.
ENCE own transportation. Please I 12 232k Vz.: + IS 'J
Kt/tied *and B"RNSDeceased required to, are hereby reply Box 462-A, care of Gaines- 33 LOTS FOR SALE I'/h / 'Z, // pronouncing

iaims or demands which they file have any vllle Sun.WANTED I I 213S .I. Zt 29 39 31 31. Intertwined
gainst said estate In the office may of one experienced waitress Thinking of building? See us for The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more that one 'l/ 'lh
\ -ounty Judge of Alachua the. apply in person to Mrs. Mc. the most reasonable Improved lots se incorrect Insertion. nor will It be liable for !"ny error In advertisement 's Exchanges. .
!a. the Courthouse at County Ftorli SUN Cullough between 8 A.M. & 2 in the beautiful Westwood area. to a greater extent than the cost of 'the space occuI I; JZ3d 33 Jf if./ J' 37 colloq.
.Iorlda within six (6) calendar Gainesville months P.M. Hotel Thomas 615 NE. 2nd J. W. Klrkpatrick Agency, 31 N. pled by the Item M the advertisement. No adjustment will 'l/: : Jo"/: 33.JeweIer't
rom St. Main be made on errors that do not effect the - -
value
the date of the first I materially of ;
If this publication 3728404.LOTS the advertisement. II .I: 3? If' weight
notice. Each claim CASHIER
or demand AND TYPIST. Our office Jo".h
nust be In writing and must state the needs a personable girl who likes Archer Rd. by V. A. Hospital Beau- - .. Flavoring
'ace' or residence and post office ad- to talk with people taking pay tiful Building lots in 22nd St. area i Ii 41 42 4J 44 seed
'ress of the claimant and must be sworn ments and do some typing (45 MARY MOELLER [ The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or n- _
Q WANT REALTOR - - - 36. Classified!
by the lectlng =
Claimant his agent. or his words per mln Is satisfactory). i any advertisement which it deems oblectional and to i- 14'
,Ittorney or It will become void ac Experience not necessary. good 1019 W. University Ave. FR v-4471 j change the classification of any advertisement from that or- 39.Impair
lOrding to law. dered to conform to the policy of The 1
starting salary and other bene FORDYCE LOTS paper. - - - Exhale
CLYDE MOONEY fits. Starting Finance 107 SE 47 49 oV40.
Executor of the Esate ofINVITATION 1st St.WANTED. BUCKINGHAMHigh !4 : m 42. That girl
FLORENCE A. and rolling exclusive new afflm1ffifflnE
BURNS
::usn 6:30; 1:7 14. 21 deceased bookkeeper, posting & residential area soon to be open- *' .. /..;;;.. 7-14 44. Harem

ADS balancing Journals & general ledger ed. One acre lots-highly restric 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt Par time 26 min. room
; payroll Including quarterly ted. Call first offering.

tax returns financial statements. FORDYCEAssociates. NEW 2 bedroom frame house 3 BR. 2
just bath house for
sele.lijcost
TO BID 35 Houses for Sal
Salary open 5 to SVj days. Send
Inc. completed. nice wooded lot 5 $11,500. Down . .
Notice is hereby given that the Board resume & references to Box 469A payment $250.
miles out Archer Rd. FR 26570. Call
FR 26936.
M Realtors .
County
Commissioners/ of Alachua c-o Gainesville Sun. ..HIGHLANDS quality< built. Spanish
.ounty. Florida hereby calls for and NURSES aides Gainesville Nursing 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 3 BR, 2 bath, CCB, by owner. On $75 MONTH architecture 2 story home. 3 BR.
equests bids for the corner lot. $74 monthly. Hegger, NORTHEAST 2 baths cent. heat. ducted for air
following equipment Center. Apply in person. BEAUTIFUL 1 acre lot with huge $450 down. 3 BR..
o be purchased by said Board for and YOU'REOFF trees on top of hill overlookIng 4508 SE 2nd PI. Open for. in- I bath screened POrch. kit. condo $23,500. See at 530 NE ills
11'I behalf spection every day. equipped. Cent. Ave. corner Blvd. Ph. :372-8244.
of Alachua County Florida: 12 Male Help Wanted Payne's Prairie. Call FR 6- heat. FR 2-2774.
One (1) only latest model convention- I 5381. ext. 435. 2 BR home on corner lot, low down FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 BR. IDEAL HOME FOR PROFESSOR-

I il cab and chassis equipped as follows: SALESMAN and collector over 30 payment, $60 per mo. Located at study, Fla. room. 2 bath CCB 3 BR (2 IgI). 2 baths plus large
1. Heavy duty gasoline engine with yrs. old must be willing to work. 34 Waterfront Property 331 NW 21st Ave. Call Tommy house large lot, Carol Estates. (1* x 12) separate panelled study
minimum displacement of 330 cu. references required. Apply 5 SW Ridgell 372-4125. 2103 N.E. 12th Ter. Call FR with extra lj bath, large L-shap-
Inches with oil filter, filter 1st Ave. 6-7962 for appointment. ed LR with 18 glass wall and
air cleaner. gas and FURNISHED ocean front house 2 bedroom frame, neat and clean drapes sep. DR large K with lots
I 2 PROTECTED sales 8. service Beverly Beach, 3 miles north of good cond.. city water tile bath, BE of counter and cabinets rotisserie -
2. Mamimum GVW not less than 25.000 routes for married man with car Flagler CCB 2 BR. Fla. rm., shady lot 50 x 120. Immediate oc SURE TO SEE range dishwasher sep.

IDS.J maximum CCW not less than & phone. Average $75 plus expenses tile bath built-in kitchen .. ter. cupancy. Easy private financing.. $750 DOWN 'and move right Into laundry with laundromat and dryer
c 42,000 IDS. If qualified. Age 23-45. Apply raizo floor._ Ph. 3763067.A $200 down and 155 monthly located this sparkling clean 3 BR. 1 bath air conditioned throughout except
3. Front axle capacity not less than Fla. State Employment Of. beautiful 1318 SE 2nd Ave., near bus CB home at 527 N.W. 36th Drive. spacious screened porch off
: 7,000 Ibs; two-speed rear axle not flee Thurs. 2 P.M. Mr. Moore. at Rock Bluff lot on a the beautiful Suwannee.river line. See It and phone FR 4-7170. Stove Ref. and dishwasher in LR. Large closets and utility
less than 11.500 Ibs. on cluded. A real buy at 12000. room. Large patio and beautifully
EXPERIENCED meat cutter wanted Phone 376-6160. HIGHLAND COURT MANOR. $290;
4. Front spring capacity not less than AIR CONDITIONED Brand new planted lot with magnolias
3.5CO Ibs.; rear spring capacity not WITHGOOD sober and reliable must apply SWAN LAKE 10 room ranch-type down, $95 per month. 4 BR 2 3 BR 2 bath CB home at 36i9 etc. Carport. Dead-end street 3
In Eastslde Market bath. Pool membership. $13.580.
person. home on 5 acres. 2 baths screened N.W. 16th Ave.
less than 10.400 Ibs. auxiliary spring Huge LR. Family blocks from Finley School. Occupancy
1424 Hawthorne Road. porch paved patio double car Phone 376-0240. room, Elec.
capacity not less than 2,000 Ibs. kitchen double car- Sept. 1. For sale by
5. port. Interior area; 2600'. Exterior ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING in architect port. On city sewer & utilities.
W.B. dimension 156 or 157 Inches; SERVICE station attendant experienced owner at 22000. Phone 3760567See
C.A. dimension 14 or U' Inches. must be honest sober roofed: 12W. Central heating. designed home- Opening to Half acre lot. Small down pay at 831 N.W. 20 Terrace.
Two fire places. Large farm
open patio and screened porches. Acre ment will buy. SEE IT
I 6. Transmission & dependable: with local refer. Open 2-6 or by appointment.
5-speed direct Into shop. 35000. By owner Ph. 37r- p.m.
lot on Hogtown Creek provides NEED FOUR BEDROOMS? Then
I fifth. ences. Saunders Oil Co. 814 NW ----- -
AI 4th St. 2067. delightful setting. Glass walls see this excellent buy in convenient -
7. Full air brakes with low pressure LAKE GENEVA frontage 3 BR opens house to view Interior paneled N. E. location. tile baths.
warning buzzer. I WANTED 2 bath. luxury home. Almost new. with beamed ceilings. air Central heat. Good terms. FREDARNOLD
8. Inverted "L" frame with sectior" PLUMBING SERVICE MAN 2 acres. Melrose GR 5-5661. conditioned and fireplace. 3 bedrooms -
modulus not less than 18.00. I j I 2 baths. FHA Loan commitment -
,. Heavy duty clutch not less than 13' HE MUST: WINFRED H. CRAWFORD $19,000 $138 per mo. UNIVERSITYREALTY
I Inches. I I I Have a City License Reg. Broker, specalizlng In with reasonable down payment.

\ 10. Twelve (12) volt 70 amp-hour battery Stay sober LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE 1230 N.W. 36th Rd. Call FR 6-7881.
.p I and 42 Be reliable AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose
ampere alternator. Be willing to work all hours GR 423S NW 10th St.
11. Six '.00 x 20. 10 ply nylon tire Live In city 52981.ON Desirable 3 BR. 2 bath home. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. REALTORAIR

'I with tubes and 10 stud Budd-type Have a phone THE GULF large Fla. room 8> patio. Lot- M. Munroe, Realtor

} heavy duty wheels. Give referencesHE CEDAR KEY SHORESNew 100x176', lots of trees. Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin, Frank
12. Forty gallon LH. side mounted fuel 4 BR home equipped and Roby, Roy McCann T. C. Douglas -

j' tank. CAN EXPECT: turn for Immediate occupancy. Beautiful lots NW section Jr. Conditioning Is part of the luxuryof
13. Full width full foam seat. Good paySteady Dock on channel grass on lot. this compact 2 Bedroom Beau-
I 14. Heavy duty radiator and cooling START work $15,000 terms if needed. Commercial property & acreage.E. GLADYS SMITHACRE ty. Skylighted living room and

system. Paid vacation C. "Curly" Kuehn, Jr. bath screen porch. In perfect con
15. Front brush grille guard and front Time & half over 40 hours Motel on SR 24 and Back Bayou 638 N. Main St. LOTIN dition. FHA financing or jJVJme4Vi
I tow hooks. : offers "Social security for $13- BrokerFR Northwest section. Three large loan.
16. Dual two-speed electric windshield Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC. 000 with $3,000 cash balance $150 '4-2032 FR 4-6544 bedrooms two baths separate
312- .cD5. per mo. This is a bargain and dining room. Spacious living
wipers. ideal for semi-retirement. room with fireplace. Double family CONDITIONEDAir
17. Front and rear self-cancelling turn W'ILenYour MECHANIC or student mechanic McKINNEY room. Frigidaire Flare Electric and 4 bedrooms and seoarate
\ Indicators and all necessary lights moderate facilities. potential unlimited DAVID ANDREWS kitchen with built-in wall study. N.W. location on woodedlot 7141y -

; and reflectors to comply with Florida $5 hour rate must have REAL ESTATE GREEN freezer and refrigerator. Custom wired for HI-Fl. Built-in kit t \
i statutes. tools guarantee S100 per week made drapes and carpets. chen. Reasonably priced at 121,.

11. Left and right rear view mirrors at starting. vacation and sick leave Cedor Key. 3841 Res. 3831 DEATONREALTORS Excellent financing. Only 122, 00. 000.
least 6" x 6" In size on moveable after one year. 'Apply Box 470-A. Call 372.5391TRADI c4WLAwk&I
f Gainesville Sun. COMFORTis

19.arms.Trucks to be painted monotone with 35 Houses for Sale A GOOD BUYA flONAL the key to happy living In this
Dupont Enamel No. 93-6578. 13-Help Male or FemaleWE HOME In the Finley area. Three traditional home. 5 minutes to

20. Heavy duty cargo dump body WHY PAY RENT? 3 B.R. house near University bedrooms three baths. Family downtown or the university. Family See how flower
embroidery turns
ir-6" OA by "" wide OA less tailgate FamilyVacatiom have an immediate opening for New homes. $ .3O0. 3 bedroom tile and J. J. Finley School. Low room. Central heat. Living room room. separate dining entrance a simple shift into
with clear cargo area of 12. a motor route salesman In the bath $65 per month. Located on down payment charges about $88. with fireplace. Hardwood floors. foyer. Amid the pines. for day, dates. I glamor fashion
84" OA speclfl.I Melrose Keystone Heights area. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some a month. Call FR 2-3617. Beautifully landscaped corner S24.SOO with excellent terms.
x meeting following
I Good earnings. you have trans Trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. lot. The House and grounds are
cations mounted on above chassis: portation 8> have the desire to In perfect condition. Only $25- Newest shift accented by It-Inch
A. Dump body controls will be floor run your own business. very FOR SALE BY OWNERNew MADISON PARKChoice 000. Call 3725393. FOR Ml outline. single stitch. Pat.

mounted.B. little Investment In a good 3 BR home, 2'// baths living I Is the key word Yes $700 down you get 3 bedrooms. 2 tern :,,trlnsfer Printed pattern
Lights to be 541 KD or equal. Installed growth area. we would like to & dining rrru, family rm. all you would like to see this attractive REDWOOD tile baths, N.W. location. Large kitchen sizes 10. l' M, 1$. 20. State size.
under and behind body rub talk with you. For an Interviewcall electric kitchen. cent. heating & and delightful 3 B.R. 2 bath shaded fenced tot. equipped
rail and protected by a suitable Mr. A. Caputo. Gainesville air conditioning. dbl. garage lots home. Beautiful Inside planter FURNISHED home with three even draperies. $105 per Thirty-five cents In coins for
and two baths. Little- and in-
bedrooms month Includes taxes
I diameter section of pipe. Reflectors Sun Circulation Dept. 372-8441. 5- of storage on a large lot near Central heat parquet floors-A H d- this pattern add 15 cents for
wood. Westwood a
IN new elementary schooL If Inter- be convincing area. r surance. each pattern for it-class/
to be 333 KD or equal.C. 7:30 p.m. visit to this home will wood floors big screened porch mailing
ested call 3728175.OUTSTANDING and special handling.
Priced under 17500. Can Send to Laurl -
Body shan be cleaned of all rust PLACEMENT SERVICE Central heat one large air-con YOUR Wheeler Gainesville
and weld soale and given one coat Office Professional BUY. 3 BR, 1 be FHA financed Drlva by 3702N. ditloner. Only $17,000 furnished. lecraff Sun Need-
bath home features large living W. 22nd Place Call us for Best buy for 22000. Glass walls Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old
of primer and one coat of Du Technical Call 372-5393 Kitchen Chelsea Station. New York
II,
FR 23617. patio. N.
room built-in china cabinet in an appointment overlook landscaped V.
pont Enamel No. 93-6578. College GraduatesFor Print
plainly PATTERN
Ideal for young NUMIER,
equipped.
D. Hoist shall be double arm type appt. call 372-6377 dining area 13.2 cu. ft. GE refrigerator. GLADYS SMITHREALTOR fully executive's faml'y.! Close to LH- NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE.
Class 60 as shown on Hoist ClassI- A 10-12:00 AJWL 2-4-00 P.M. Price was $13,700. now FOR YOU : tlewood and Westwood schools.
$13,500. $500 down and only $81
fication Chart. TBEA Issue No. 6 Monday through Friday Included. BARGAINI< Big 1964
per mo. includes Insurance tax. This is a property near the UPTOWN Associates Drapes new Needlecraft -
PERSONNEL CENTER
I dated Jan. 1. 1962. es. $100 down VA. Exclus I v. AREA 100x133 -Own- : Catalog over 200 designs
E. One-Quarter Inch (V4M) floor plateto 102 NW 2nd Avenue swim club. Call 372-3472. er anxious to sell Call FR 2. Anna Hinson Carolyn Noyes FAMILY only 25 centsl A must It you knit

be broken over ends cf cross- 3617. Living at Its best. Brick fireplace crochet quilt sew. embroider. Send
14-Sales Help Wanted GIANT oversize bedroom with 25 cents.
members and extending V under ASSOCIATES separate dinIng -
2
huge car garage
walk-In closet In this 3 BR 2 PARRISHPRESENTS
I bottom side and welded solid. JoinIng J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterorth room oak floors. modern
NEW 3 SALESMEN NEEDED immediate;: bath home with many extras. SPECIAL VALUEI U
weld on floor to be full penetration Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Willshire kitchen. S. W. location close to COMPLETE
ly. Shaw & Keeter. See our display Tappan built-in oven and range. Listing QUILT PATTERNS In de
Multiple
and welded both sides. ad on the Automobiles page air conditioning. 13.2 cu. ft. GE school bus stop. 1112.77 per lure new Quilt Book. For begln-
One-Quarter (14") plate sides to this section. refrigerator. traverse rods already NOTHING DOWN VA ners.: experts. Send 50 cents nowt
be of one piece construction 2" In, beautiful landscaping
x 3" x I" x 2" fabricated memberir0" EXPERIENCED plenty shrubbery concrete patio 3 BR. 2 baths. 2COO sq. ft. month.ARNOLD

long Installed on floor with APPLIANCE SALESMAN exclusive swim club. Price WALKING DISTANCE to Finley 35 Houses for Sole
Excellent benefits
DOWN
$300
boxed-type 45 degrees upper flange OR was $16,800 now $16, 50. $700 School pleasant 3 bedroom homeon
SALE
with 5-V" plate vertical V.type Salary plus commission down, $100.37 per mo.. or $100 NW 3 BR 1 bath, walking distance FOR : 3 bedroom CB ho *e.
Write Box 461-A in care of the to school a nice 110 x 154 lot located REALTY COMPANY No equity and take up payments
down VA. Phone 372-3472 for
braces spaced at 36" each side. Gainesville Sun. Our employeesknow In Florida Park owner leaving Multiple Listing Member of S60. 1 a month. Located In
i All welds to be continuous and on appt. to see. Univ. Ave. 372-3522
of this opportunity. Only experlenced DOWN town. 1219 W. Melton Manor Kineaid Rd. Call
all sides. need apply. NEW home for sale by owner. This $500 Associates: Pete Slag FR 22940 after .:00 p.m.
Three-eights Inch (W) -plate headboard is what you've been looking for. 3 BR 2 bath Ig. lot in Northwest HOLLY FORREST 3 bedroom 2 Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge BY
8* wide x 50" high above USED 16-Work Wanted Female only COO .down and assume VA bath contemporary home. Large J:m ineppard Charlie Greene Mayo fenced OWNER in back 3 Br.yard CCB. 2 bath.
floor of body. Construction and Installation Mortgage _of 17980. Call FR 6- $900 DOWN2BR. living room with wall to wall Boh Kalkman Jimmy shopping low near schools

to be same as sides with WILL do ironing in my home. i 8727. 1 bath Southwest only $51 carpeting with old brick fireplace. mtg. FR 6-2293.equity 2002 and N. E.assume 16th
2 vertical full length Vi" plate V. days a week. Colored girL Phone per mo. Family room and lovely builtIn Ter.A .
braces. Opening for rear window 6-0159. Lucy McCoy. N.W. 34ttt Street 3 BR. 2 bath 3 OR 2 bath NW. close to school. kitchen central heat and JWK
In headboard and home. Central heat and air con- central air condltlor-10. Lovely GOOD BUY 3 BR, extra
shall be cut will
WANT lob as cook or maid limitS.
ditioned. Out of deep
city
covered by W x 9 expanded metal do days work or Ironing. Phone well R.E.A. Power. back yard with swimming pool 3728404SPECIAL large living room, Fla. rm.. air
welded to headboard by continuous CAR 372-2330. Call after 7 P.M. DAN BYRD and shuffle board court. conditioned drapes, range, dish-
washer. Option to buy equity
in a reasonable way.
weld. REPOSSESSED 3 BR 1 bath. builtin -
Understructure to be H. D. 7"". WILL care for elderly people in appliances. small down payments ASSOCIATES. INC TEMPTING BUY. for a growing Very clean and attractive three and assume 4ft per cent GI
Cross-members' my home. Call FR 2-7154 for ap monthly payments $85. Located Jack DeYot Realtor family on a quiet dead end street bedroom house in the NE near mortgage or refinance through
channel.
lb.
14.7 pointment. Place. Call FR Associates lovely 4 bedroom 2 bath home. School. Priced at 113.- FHA with $900 down payment
4" on SE 28th Metcalfe
spaced on 14" centers to be Walter E. Stoddard E. E. Hollowly Large living room central heat See _at 2213 NE 7th Ter.
54 Ib. channel. A filler of 4" COLLEGE graduate with five years 000.00 and the Seller will carry '
Christine Stone
to be cooed out and Announcements experience desires position as administrative 22372.BLACK and central air conditioning. Lovely a second mortage so you can $60>Month. New, CB home low
54 channel 125 NW 13th Street fenced In back which insures
yard
floor and top assistant or executive ACRESPRICED take advantage of his f/t pet. down payment. See at 210 S. E.
between body
fitted 372-2511
secretary to start September. privacy. Shown by appointment GI loan. 2121 NE 12th Terrace. 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372-
7" channel longitudinal. welded TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Call night .
of Call 376-1824 evenings or week- or day_ only.CONTEMPORARY SPECIAL for location. Near the 4692.
solid to extend full length of body. bedrooms, 2 baths hardwood Llttlewood. Three
This to form 2 solid longitudinalfloor 3 LOST & FOUND enos. floors. central heat, air-cond. MERRILLLITTLEWOOD AND COMFOR. University bedrooms and two baths; a very 3 BR CCB home with central air

braces 34" apart. Colored girl wants days work as units electric range and drapes. TABLE. Lovely 3 bedroom 2bath house with a nice conditioning & heat. Call 367829 .
Three-eighths Inch (W) reinforcement LOST slOtted NW female section black black& white maid Phone FR 26017. Lot HO X 120' with shade trees. home near Little Wood and pleasant screened porch. Play house for after 6 P.M. Sundays, anytime -
mutt rt. '3125 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-6427. weekdays.
plate to be Installed between eye. 2 black ears, 2' high 372- AREA Beautiful West Wood. Large living and din.Ing the children too. Priced at $14,. _
cross-member and longitudinals 6230. REWARDI 1 a Schools & Instructions NEWBERRY 2 BR living room kitchen 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry home room with wail to wall car 400.00. Assume 4V* pet. Gl TWO bedroom CCB house with 3 1-3
above cylinder head ef hoist. Outer and dining room. large carport centrally heated and aircondition- pet nice family room and a balance under very flexible acres land, S miles from down
side of body longitudinal to befitted LOST Male Walker hound white SHORTHAND ENGLISH well kept corner lot. Phone ed. Built-in oven and range oak kitchen that Is a dream central terms. 313 NW 36th Terrace. town. Call 372-0348 after 5:30 P.M.
with .'-0"' longitudinal sill with black spots. Cross Creek 472-2181. floors 2 car garage well landscaped heat and air conditioning. SPECIAL for the four bedroom fam
reinforcement r each side of Rd. Reward. Ph. FR 6-6167 C. Secretarial Courses Classes now yard and paved street Owner Is leaving town so you ily. Large Living room nice din-
College J. J. FINLEY school spacious -
W. Green. forming. Howell's Business area ONLY $24404. FURNITURE
hoist lifting area. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- 3 BR house In quiet neighborhood may have Immediate occupancy. ing room two bAths. parquet
There will be a IMt Dodge D-600 LOST black miniature French floors. Llttlewood area tool Priced -
poodle -
3507. 2626 N. W. 2nd Ave. $700 DOWN Attractive 3 bed- LIKE UPHOLSTERYFor
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truck (ACRD No. 25) S'N bedroom. 2 bath at FHA evaluation of $15250.00. ,-
flatbed dump wearing gold dlaln'collar.. an- FR 2-0992. room 2 bath masonry home in
HO-3598 to be traded In on the above swers to Perchu. Call 372-6869. MEN & women 18 to 33 to train for BLACK ACRES next to Golf contemporary home Large liVe Immediate occupancy. top quality workmanship
SERVICE 4 BR. 2 bath with family room, ing room S3I
equipment. CIVIL Course. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL dining room, family Exterior will be painted. call
Bidder shall list the price ef the new LOST white gold Girard Perigeau! Examinations. For Information $1,050 down Including closing! cjit. BUY AT THE FHA VALUEOF room and lovely built In kitchen. NW 36th Drive.J. 372.6142
wrist watch In or near the Flor. No. 2809 N E. 10th St. Phone FR 2- Fenced back
& Phone
equipment f.o.b Gainesville. Florida. and send: name, address $17400. yard located in W.
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Theater Call 6-014 Reward. $450.LARGE GAINESVILLE
I the amount allowed for the trade-in. Key Training Service. 112 W. lovely SW area. KIRKPATRICKRealtor
4 Bidder shall certify that his bid meets Adams St.. Jacksonville. 3 bedroom home lust outside $300. DOWN 3 bedroom mason- UPHOLSTERY
exceeds the above minimum specifications. - 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE$ city limits on Hawthorne Rd. ry home with built-in oven and ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE. on 1508 N.W. ISfb St.
1' or Real' Estate Exam Call FR 2-5086. range. 1 year eld. See at 3132 N. large wooded lot with beautiful 31 N. Mam FR 2-84C4 Free Estimates-pxtt V9 and

I Bidder shalt State delivery date as M LEARN TO DRIVEI Special aTtention COURSE $19,000 SPACIOUS 4 BR HOME W. 9th St. ONLY SS5 per month. trees 2 bath 3 bedroom home ASSOCIATES: Mhrery.
to nervous or elderly. Wooded lot 2 bam fam. Rm. Lv. with loads of space Large living Floye Mathlasen Irene Burned
award. free.
be considered In the ATTEND First lesson
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The horn with three bedrooms Kirkland Ben GriffinBY
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a title certificate for the new baths central heating and aircon- FREE ESTIMATES
that parts and F" 63507. 372-3777. NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath ditioning, Florida and room built In kitchen and a en

Bidder shall guarantee 5 TRAVEL INFORMATIONNEED room screened large screened In OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath extra FURNACES
and
service will be available within the Cityof carport and utility/ room. $9,000, patio in excellent condition. patw. Ideal for large shady lot. Ig. utility area. Quality
Gainesville and any freight bills or 26 Farm Equipment $250 down. $65 month. Phone FR entertaining. big kitchen with skylight terraz20 -
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phone calls for parts not In stock will be your ium- 2-3355 Situated on a beautiful landscaped IMMEDIATE floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. Westmorland. .
mer vacation? I'll travel with OCCUPANCY
the responsibility of the bidder. 1RACIOR w-2 oisc $ 5Q. Plow for days.WORK lot three bedroom 2 bath house owner 376-7993 after S for ppt.
couple. man Write Box SHOP
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Bids shall be In duplicate sealed InI" _460A. Gainesville Sun tractor CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR m
bath this 4 _
S7S. Field Chopper 5<<1. Farm lug plus Florida room and screened bedroom 2 bath home
envelope within an envelope and Scales S35. Hay rake S20. Pulp dining rm.> Fla. rrru, Ig. utiL porch outside city limits. living room family room and
the exterior envelope clearly marked E SPECIAL NOTICES saw w.2 blades J7S. New 25SO rm., fenced back yard. near screen porch. Central heat and air Attention Housewives
"Bid on Truck. Watt generator plant 8300. Table schools & churches. 372-8776. Looking for a split level. Let us conditioning. Excellent financing. by Snnf
Bids shall be In writing and delivered 194 PARADE Or HOMES saw with electric motor (50. Power NEWBERRY 3 large BR f show you this beautiful three EXPENSES up with School _

by hand or mall to the Board of County August 9-16. .Beneflt reel mower $<<1. Trailer flat bath, living rm. a. dining rm. Call bedroom horn with central heat. starting? You can earn $2 or Best In equipment using kvternatly
Commissioners at the courthouse In Junior Woman's Club Charities. bed $15. Lathe $40. Air compressor 472-2346. Stove. refrigerator freezer M.M. more per hour as full or part Insulated ducts. designed
Gainesville. Florida. on or before 2:30 See any member for ticfcfts. $20. 2 single plows $10 ea. LITTLEWOOD AREA and drapes Included.John time Avon Representative.OUR engineered and Installed
P.M. Tuesday. July 28. 1964. _Melrose GR 5-5731. SALESWOMEN Earn fine by -
The Board of County Commissioners 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car 4 BR. 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. riving weekly incomes plus SavingsBondS.

reserves the right to reject any and aU 27 Feed & FertilizerGOOD btk area,from central Westwood heat built-in Jr. High.kit. 2 l Merrill PARRISH Earn your expense &AL AMERICAN CONDITIONING HEATING CO.

bids and to waive informalities. KIDDIE )KORT CHILD CARE Mks. from LHttcwood etem. school -1"4MULTIPLE money wIlls Avon. Writ Avon.
G. M. Davis. Chairman Day. wlu. or mo. Old Newberry PASTURE FOR HORSESUS Ideal for Ig. family. or family and LISTING & ASSOCIATES INC. P. O. Box 445 Gainesville .PH. 376-8268
Board of County Commissioners Rd. Planned programs. Pick up 27 Alt. 4 mL northwest of elderty persons. Priced for bntr Associates: H. Wayne Hid Helen Graham Fla. or can FR 2-0421. IfM NK 23rtf .'vC
Alachua County. Florida at Llttlewood and TerwUIIger Williston. Watch for signs. .... qle.! 3449 N.W. 13th Ave.3122m. MARCELLA PARDI Carolyn Gardenhlr Mary ParrtshIt 24 Hew

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35 Houses for Sol. 43 Colored Property 47 Houses for Rent Furn. I I 49 Rooms for Rent 61 Wanted to Buy I 64 Household Goods 64 Household Goods

FINLEY SCHOOL AREA UNFURN. CB 2 bedroom apartment FOR RENT 2 bedrom trailer $40 NEAR campus. large furn. upstairs WANTED Baby ploy in I REFRIGERATOR. RCA 12 CO. ft. ANTIQUE china cabinet slant
$17.500 water furnished, $14 per month. Sheffield Trailer Park. room suitable for coupleor : pen wonderful buy at $110. Phone FR front desk reupholstered i I I
3 BR. bath with space for another wk. 623 N. E. 21st Street. Phone Phone 3761573. two male students for light good condition. Ph. 376- 6-0055 after 5 P.M. piece sectional wing back chair.
Llv. Rm.. Fireplace. Din. 372-4730. housekeeping. $60 mo. 371-2339. 8615. modern walnut dinette table. 4
NOW TWO bedroom completely furnished 25 CUBIC ft. chest freezer. good
TIME IS Rm.. detached 2 car garage. maple dining chairs step ladders
.. brick veneer 2 blks. to Campus. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex house on N. E. 6th Ave. off ROOM FOR RENT to business or working condition. $10. Call aft. end tables, and other household
Appoint.. Owner FR 6-6336. apartments large living and 25th Street. House open. Call professional man. adjacent to 62 Machinery & Tools er 6:30 P.M. FR 6-2602. items. Nearly Nu Furniture Shop
dining area, modern kitchen with FR 2-8144 or FR 6-4230. bath. must be sober. 1325 NW 316 NW 8th Ave. 376-4892.
BY OWNER NEAR WEST- fan, large storage closets, terrazzo 4th St. FR 2-0984 14 SNAP ON wrenches new size GE elec. range. 39" size. with dbl.
floors tile baths heat. 2 bedroom furn. house 20 SE 48th oven deluxe model. All In good
WOOD SCHOOL. 3 BR 2 bath. space 2-8 or Vi in. plus vinyl carryingcase. .
Ig. LR family room built in er and hot water heater faclll St. $75 month. Call GR 5-5743 51-A Wanted 'To Rent retail $90. sell for $50. FR working order. $40. Phone 372- 66 Misc. For Sale :
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr kitchen. CENTRAL AIR CONDI. ties for washing machines. and after 5 pjn. 6-0334.) 9643.
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TIONING & HEAT. $1000 and paved streets. See at N.E. 26th 3 BR 2 bath $100 may 734 NE 4 or 5 car garage. or barn m city FOR SALE gas stove in A-l condition KENMORE automatic washer, l.
assume mtg. Call 376-2927. Ter. or call for appointment 372- 3rd Ave. Call McKinney Green. limits to store model A's. Call 64 Household Goods & new reducing machine good condition. Make offer. 73t
House to Rent? 5321 or 372-5322. Inc. Realtor FR 2-3617. at reduced price. Phone 3727010. I
WOULD you buy a $20,000 home FR 2-6833. N. E. 3rd Ave. bought. nay

for considerably less? Located in 44 Cottages for Rent WORKING girl would like same to UF Prof. 3 young boys to rent ONE used Lawson style cvuch in T-A.G APPLIANCESTested kenmorel FR 20263.DISCONTINUED .
an atmosphere that offers heart's Share furnished house. Call FR .. home. 3-4 BR 2 bath. Dr. N. good cond.. $lOu used twin wooden Guaranteed MURALS
desire for relaxed comfortable beds. springs and mattresses set. and
0535 after 4:00 P.M. Market 188 Kenville Rd.. Buffalo
living. 25 minutes from Gaines THREE bedroom, 2 bath house on %. NY. $15. Call 3764139.EXCELLENT 42 Refrigerators from $39 up complete set $19.95HARPER
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REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS ville. Here is your opportunity.Write Silver Lake near Keystone. $50 NICE 2 bedroom furn. house on 9 Ranges from $39 up PAINT CO.
box 444 M Gainesville Sun. week or by month. 376-2615. bus line near stores antenna condition. 420 Ib. capacity 17 Washers from $19 up 10 S. W. 7th St. 372-434
turn. $75 Also 53 Office-Desk Space G. E. Freezer; $105. Also a Dryers from $49 up
YOU MORE than the ad that will rent 1 Moorehaven and 2 bedroom trailer for. rent. _apart. FR 6-5805.per mo. furn. Magnavox T. V. $55. Phone 2 Food-Freezers from $79 up PANEL bed db!. dresser mirroc
Park. 2330 E. Univ. 372-3742.
M 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 4 drawer chests Salem maple
Ave 3768164. 2 AND :3 Bedroom homes, furnished PROFESSIONALBUILDING I 10 TV Sets from $35 up SPECIAL $148. S piece dinette
it RENT modern furnished cottageson or unfurnished. Available LEAVING TOWN. 15,000 BTU Cold- JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. formica table top used. $35.
Lake Santa Fe by week or August 1st and 15th. S.W. Sec spot air conditioner 1 yr. old. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 3725303YOU'LL COX WAREHOUSE 6C2 S. Mat
SWIMMING POOL season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. tion. Also 1 bedroom house Office space available reasonable- perfect 372-8776.condition, $150. Phone
You must see this spacious Ocala Available FR Ave.
now. 25633.PROFESSOR'S downtown 202 W. University
Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU brick home 3 BR. 2 bath Fia. Ca-l FR 6-1256 or see Room 202 Kenmore Elec. stove. $90; bar & 4 BE HAPPY AFTER YOU
your room cent hf, approx 3000 sq ft, 45 Furnished Apt*. HOME, 10 rooms. Professional Building. stools $35; Coldspot dehumidifier.
sprinkling system In ground established 2V baths, fum. or partially furn. $50; Phone 376-5381 ext 359 or
EVERY DAY until it is rented : lawn Reeves fence, NICELY furnished 1 BR apt., hot NE sect., fenced back yard. $156per OFFICE Space For Rent. 111 342. COMPAREOUR
near CHS.IDYLEWILD. & cold water furn. Private bath mo Ph. 374-9447. i SW Third Street.
& entrance. $50 per mo. Phone LEAVING town. Moeern furniturefor
372-9704 or 2-9195. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. sale. Including 9,200 BTU air : N
CONSTRt .
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Call us. we want to tell about 54 Business Rentals conditioner. 2 Bahama lounges & MODERN QUALITY
IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS you
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: COZY 1 BR duplex apt.. Ig. porch.
matching table 9 x 12' bed-
this lovely home, :3 BR. 2 bath nicely decorated NE sect., 4-ROOM house $JJ per month. Inquire rug -By Your Inspection-
near LEASE room suite dinette
book
FOR set. desk.
Fla. cent ht, built
room In range at 809 S.W. 2nd Terrace.
$40 per mo. .. . .. . $1.33 per day & oven, fenced yd. Lot 100 x trans.376-2255.$65 per mo. 372-5106 or Phone 376-4827. Downtown store building. Suitablefor shelf, etc. Call after 2 p. m. 372- S Treated furred and plastered walls
158 retail store or offices. Call 8054. Complete ceramic tile baths
$1.66 day LAKE PRIVILEGES 1 BR apt. FOR SALE or rent 2 BR, CCB Alachua Realty Associates. 376- I READ & BARTON Silver new In- I Twenty year specification built-up roofs
$50 per mo. . . . per CONVENTIONALHome suitable for two adults. Reason.able. house $150 down $75 per mo. 2448. complete set of "The Lark" Includes .
for you In beautiful Skyline Laundry facilities furnished. Rent unfurn. $75 per mo. 1030 White Terrazzo Floors
the silver
chest.
Hts 3 BR, 2 bath. cent ht., beau- 4663130.FURNISHED. NW 55th St. Ph. 372-8819. GARAGE space tor rent 613 i.W. Big sav and closets
$55 $1.83 day S Spacious bedrooms
per mo. . . _. per 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real ings. Retail $250; sell for $125. I
tiful lawn. get ready for school cozy 1 BR apt.. walkIng UNFURN. house for rent located tor. FR 2-1494. Also LENOX China. new incomplete Contemporary Design
& be in Lit.
distance of
walking
distance to town. 728 E. Univ. 1031 NW 40th Ave. Call 3744818 set of "Princess"
$60 per mo. .-. . . $2.00 per day tlewood & Westwood. $20,500 with Ave. Private entrance. Call 372- for appt. SMALL warehouse with platform tor tern. Retail for $135. sacrifice pat.for All masonry construction no upkeep
excellent terms. 5514 or 21580.EFFICIENCY trucks loading & unloading in $75. Phone FR 6-0334. Large shady lots '
:3 BR, 1 bam limits. 1132 S. Main St.
aT 1117 NE 31st city
$65 mo. . . . $2.16 day Wide paved streets with curb and gutter I
per per BUDGET APARTMENTS. $50 Ave., $100 per mo. University Phone 372-8433 or 376-4173. G. E. Fllter-flo washer 1961 model
3 BR with study family Rm., month. Phone 481-2380. Realty 372-4351. FOR LEASE excellent condition. Used by couple -; ,
$70 . . $2.33 day beautiful lawn & trees. 3 blocks with no children. $75. Phone I 2. Baths
mo. .
per per to J. J. Finley. we seldom havea FURN. 2 BR apt. N. Main St., UNFURN. 2 bedroom house $40 per Modern air cond. suite of offices. FR 6DJU.kELVINATOR. 3 and 4 Bedrooms -
also smaller apts. Call 372. mo.; unfurn. 2 bedroom
duplex Downtown location near court
home In MODEL HOUSESWESTVILLAN.
this
area often at SI"-
$75 $2.50 day 1823 or 23791.FURNISHED $45 per mo 2 bedroom duplex, house and federal building. Ph. elec. refrigerator,
per mo. .. . per 500. Excellent terms.
apartment. Clean cool $SO per mo. Call 376-7446. 373-7943 or 6-0817) beautiful condition like new has W. 16TH AVENUE AT 37TH BOULEVARD

MARY MOELLER REALTOR and comfortable. 25 minutes from FOR RENT 2 BR house $50 large freezer $65. Phone 372-
$80 per mo. . . . $2.66 per day 101? W. university FR 6-4471 Gainesville. Access to big lake mo. 1114 NW 39th Ave. across per I 56 Business Opportunities 7532 after 6. WALTER STUBBS INC.DIAL

AssociatesE. good fishing. $65 per month. G. from Stephen Foster schooL Ph. I HOTPOINT portable automatic .
$85 per mo. . . . $2.83 per day W. Moeller Dick Durbin P. Rippey Melrose GR 5-5571. 372-9838. DEALERSHIPS NOW AVAILABLEfor dishwasher 3 yrs. old. Good con-
Foster Kessler nationally advertised TRADE dition. $90. Phone 376-2996 376-5394
2 BR's furnished brick construction 1 unfurnished house. 3 BR 1 bath. or see
$90 month. WIND CAMPER. Completely new at 3806 SW 6th PI. "WE TRADE HOUSES FAST"
near campus hot water In kitchen &
$90 per mo. . . . $3.00 per day 40 Business Properties Call McKinney Green Realtors carport large front porch bathroom.& back In Florida. Offers unlimited op ADVERTISE IN THE
portunities. For full particulars
FR 2-3617. porch. Located 421 SE 9th St. SERVICE DIRECTORY
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$95 per mo. . . . $3.16 per day BUSINESS property for sale or 2 Bedroom garage apt.. water fur. Call Mr. Howze 372-1090. contact Distributor.Wayne 1831 Llneberger Santa Maria State
lease by owner. located on S. nished. $12.50 Week or $49 Florida write
per RENTALSAPT Place. Oralndo or
$100 $3.33 Main St. Call 376-5378 for Infor per mo. 1635 E. Univ. Ave. Box 464-A c-o Gainesville Sun. NOW RENTING !
per mo. . . per day mation. Furnished; $75.00 mo. 3 BR,
(Rear) FR 2-0989.
furnished 1030 NE 1st Ave. 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY On W. NEW j COMPARE !

41 Residential IncomeFOR 2 FURN. Apt. convenient to bus & MARY MOELLER REALTOR I Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity Furnished one bedroom air conditioned O
downtown. No pets. $55 & $60 1019 W. University FR 6-4471 for the right man to get In apartments. Ready for
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR per mo. Call 3723160. the bowling alley business with a
occupancy August 15th
SALE Completely furnish 2 BR, CCB house tile bath & small amount of capital. Call FR September and I THESE HOME VALUES
ed 3 unit apt. house located MALE roommate wanted to kitchen kitchen equipped with 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. 1st.
front of lot 95* x 200' at 115 N. E. share apart. FR 2-3748. elec. range ref rig. & upright Havnes. 1400 SW 10th Ter. Ph. 372-9569 BEFORE YOU BUYII
St. Price $15,500 net. Can be freezer. $85 per mo. Just off Coy Thomas ro
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS financed. FR 64456. Williston Rd. 3 miles from 441.
EAST SIDE 61 Wanted Buy
Ph. 374-3047. to
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4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad-

frontage.Joining rental 300 property.block N.E.200 3rd ft. GARDENAPARTMENTS 49 Rooms For Rent WANTED all proof COINS sets paying for YOUNGAMERICA. 1 The following are ready for

Ave. Will sell together or sepa- 1960's $6; for 1961's $5.50; 1962's II SAVE! occupancy.
rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR 2- NICE room near bus line quiet $5.50; 196TS $6; 1964's ??! Wanted I
I 4752. $57 per month up neighborhood. Phone FR 2-4894. U.S. and all other foreign coins. 3330 N.W. 28th Ave.
35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole Gainesville's Finest NICELY fum. newly decorated Rebel Stamp & Coin Shop. 809 W. 4 BR, 2tt baths $2990 dn.,

42 Forms & Acreage room for career girl. Share bath Univ. Ave. $169 per mo.
3 BR, I bath home HOMESNo
with many SUBURBAN 2 bedroom masonry on Furnished or unfurnished
with 1 girl. Phone 3765426.NICE used appliances.
CASH for
Improvements. Air conditioning. Archer Rd. Lg. screened porch Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- furniture. your clothing etc. Call Williams j IIIIIIIJIIIIIuWIllmnmunlllldlllIlllilhumnma ! l 3311 N.W. 29th Ave.
large screened In porch paneled beautifully wooded lot. $4,500 with FORDYCE ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- cool downstairs corner room. Service Center HawthorneRd. a 3 Br., 2 bath, $750 dn. $112
living room wall vinyl floors. 1.500 down. 9608. close In. off-street parking. antenna 372-3937. Money Down per mo.
13.2 cu. ft. GE refrigerator. Tappan ARCH CAMPBELL REALTORPh. ACREAGE VERY attractive spacious furnished. 531 SE 2nd PI. 1115 NE 5th St.
buill-In oven and range disposal 374-5707 . .ANYTIME up- FR 2-2582.
extra large lot and store 200 acres at $235 per acre Vt stairs 2 BR furnished apartment. VAMinimum f| :3 BR, 2 bath $350 dn., SUper 3320 NW 30th Ave.
RIGHT !
age traverse rods In. one bed- EXCELLENT buy. Like new 4 mile paved road frontage good Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270 NICE quiet downstairs corner room. EYES s month. 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn S77.
room has phone outlet paneled BR, 2 bath home features large fence. nice building site best 705 N.E. 2nd St. In private home. Weekly maid FHA per mo.
wall for study. Exclusive living room with custom divider farm land in county. service linens elec. fan phone. See real dream living in Shadow
swim club. Price was $15,800. 13.2 cu. ft. GE refrigerator Tappan 120 acres all In permaneent pas- FORDYCERENTALS furn. Close In. Ph. 376-6571. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. II 1IIIIIJIIIIJIUIIIBlJllllllllllllummmmm 4608 SE 2nd PI.

now $15.300. $500 down, $91.03 per electric built-in oven and ture with plenty of nice oaks D. Oliver. Bldr. Close to Schools 3 8 R. 1 bath, $400 dn lit
mo. includes taxes. Insurance. range large storage and utility $250 per acre. Ph. FR 2-0866
$100 down VA. Phone 3723471for room. Price was $16.150 now Several nice wood tracts 3 to 30 3 Bdr.. A-C NW location $140 ADVERTISE IN THE West en NW 39th Ave. past Churches ''I i Norwood per mOo
$15,800 with $400 down and SERVICE DIRECTORY
appt. to see. $96.21 per mo., Including taxes. acres from $200 per acre to 3 Bdr., SE location. seml-furn. the. Glen Springs left. intersection. 303 SE 38th St.
HAMPTON HEIGHTS Buy from Insurance. Exclusive swim club. $400 per acre. $75.00 See sign on Shopping 3 BR, l bath $400 dn. IU
owner and save. 3 BR I bath. Phone 3723471. FORDYCE & 1 Bdr.. SE location. efficiency. | Hope per mo.
CB. alr-cond.. Ig. kit. built-in furn.. $55.00 OPEN 10 AM-6 PM
oven and burners. Built-in store ASSOCIATES INC. 3 Bdr., NW location unfurn., $125. SUBLEASE ] Cmu.irnmuumsilflll8lflflflflflfltJJ/ / !
age space galore. Antenna system Redf ranks Many more to choose fromFORDYCE Building at GET OUR FIGURES FIRSTAll 1 "H" Inc.
roofed patio. Dev. grounds, REALTORS LOCATED ALL OUR HOMES REOPEN
yard well"g'pump.' Near. ,, Bishop 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 & 229 W. UNIV. AVE. type construction. n FOR YOU TO EN.
masonry 600
M at calf e, St. Patrickschools. BLOCK. We Trade Homesor JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
Shown by appointment Real estate 7 !/2 ocres I 10 miles out. ASSOCIATESINc.. Next Door to Florida remodeling. add-ons and home NYY 34th ST. I YOU WILL JUST CALL.

376-5024. $2000 cosh REALTORS Theatre. Improvements. Call United Con 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR

LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 S. E. SAPP, REALTORPh. 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 PHONE 372-0440 struction Co., 376-6957. All Right PHONE 372-7070 or Property 6-5301 or FR .-.net'I
BR. 2 bath cent. heat, built In RETIREMENT SPECIAL Modern 472-2000 Newberry Fla.
kitchen home. You can save 3 BR CCB home with "Selling Florida Since 1906" DOWNSTAIRS apt. for rent 2 2419 N.E. 10th Ter. ..I !itlflll71fflJIi1lTIiliilWllI1flffllllHIHilllilltlIlllIlTll! l !llllV1,' n
$1500. Call FR 2-3826 or GR CENTRAL HEAT & CENTRAL FOSSEY BR, kit., dining and living room. -
Util. turn. $70 mo. Please call ;
5-5922 Melrose. AIR CONDITION.
110 acres. rolling. mostly cleared.
FR 6-60672 after 5:30 P.M.
ING built in stove &
Vi mile of
PAYMENTS less approximately paved
than rent. 3
1 bath home BR oven. Vinyl cork floors.I road frontage $200 an acre, near 1 BEDROOM completely furnished
has kitchen
featur. Lot 145 x 193 with room Alachua upstairs or downstairs near
ing
Tappan electric built-in Butler Bros. Builders
oven
for trailer. REA &
and range with range hood fan power Ralph Realtor shopping center. See at 612 N.w.
low taxes. S.W. location. Re- FOSSEY
filter. and back-splash. ExclusIve 10th Ave. or phone 63549. $75 ,
swim club. Price quires appx. $2500 cash with Dick Robinson Associate per mo.Need S
was $13,200 mo. payments of $61 per mo. 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359
now$77.09$13.000. $450 down and only Total price only $11.775 furnished Apartment or House?
per mo. Includes taxes. ACREAGE
Insurance. $100 down VA. or unfurnished $11.- Refinished Inside and out. Furnished Invites Youto
Ph.
372-3471 for appt. to 275. Call 6-0817.. 12 acres West of Gainesville on or unfurnished. Phone FR
see.
DRIVE BY 4156 N.w. 11th St. then pavement $6800.00 call Mary 2-4625.
call 376-0817 to see this attractive Moeller
CLEAN. living room lust refurnished -
FORDYCEREALTOR and well built 2 or 20 acres 14 ml from city 400000. newly painted. 1 BR apt.
3 BR 2 bath home with 1800 400 acre farm, 1 mile paved rd. at 1202 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per
sq. ft. of living area plus frontage Ig deposit limerock. mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone Palm View Estates
attached oarage. Fireplace. easy driving distance. Excellent 6-2472. Weseman Realty.
Stove 8. ref rig. IncL PRICE terms call! Mary Moeller.
$14,000.MODERN FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE
S HOME WITH BRIGHT MARY MOELLER. REALTOR BEST ---- .
FUTURE Large well furnished. air conditioned - *
Large 3 BR 2
JUST RIGHT bath CCB home with Central 1019 W. University Ave. 1 bedroom apt. Quiet location ,
; for the Young Executive. This 4 heat includes extra FR 6-4471 couple only. no pets, $125 ::; A new community of distinctive -

bedroom. 2 bath home with a tremendously large Fla. room separate lOVe' acres on Levy Lake. 10 ml. per mo. Ph. 372-4957. homes in the fashionable _
large recreation room. dining room, Ig. living room S. of Gainesville. Air cond. home NICELY furnished convenient
A very attractive kitchen set off with fireplace with built-in 3.000 sq. ft. with 2 baths fire downtown area. $75. Adults only. S Northwest. i.- .
by Birch cabinets. Down payment bookshelves. Mod. kit. Near. place. Out buildings mln. down no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music I
S can be arranged and also ly l.'00 sq. ft. of living area. payment. $5000. Owner. 466-3437. Store. 5- .5- ,
excellent monthly terms. 26500. All situated on acre PLUSof Featuring : ; -tt ,
Call Fordyce. 376-1236. grounds with frontage on 43 Colored Property 46 Unfurnished Apts. 4is- : S
Newberry Road. A good Investment S
OAK STRIPfoors as well as a prestige HOMES FOR SALE: FHA homes from ,, _
TWO bedroom
duplex near hospital
home. .t,
PRICED 2 &
TO 3 Bedrooms, SE 14th St. & S
are one of the many features SELL Call -0817.. SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. kitchen equipped. married couples z .
you will find in this at. Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor ment. Some small down pay. only no children or pets. FR 2- $16,000-$20,250
tractive 3 bedroom home located Myrtle Lasslter AssociateWm. ment. Monthly payment $57 to 6576. : :
In friendly Florida Park. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate $65. Also homes built on your NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen
Paneling. fireplace and Ftor I d a 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 lot for no down payment. equipped. $60 per month on a Down payments from $400.04 .
room. Available under FHA for Res: 376-2927 or 372-7943 Call TOMMY RIDGELL year's lease. Ph. 376-8372 days _
only $11,500 Call Fordyce 376- Member Multiple Listing Builder Phone FR 7-4125 376-7327 evenings.

1236. Week-end & Eve. by appt. VA Loans Available

EXTRAlarge :3 BR, 2 bath cent. heat. dbl. S
carport. built In kitchen Ig. storage ,
living room and delightful area wired for air conditioner -
kitchen for this 3 bedroom home. FR 2-3826 or 475-5922. COLOREDRENTALS
Shady lot. patio and fireplace. COMFORT.
Terms can be arranged and the QUICK SALE 4 BEDROOMPalm
trice lust reduced. to only $11. Take over VA loan of :3 BR. 3 & .
00. Call Fordyce. 374-1234. IV* bath house. Very low down
payment and monthly paymentsof
A CIRCULARdrive $81 per mo. Close to schools is built in new homes by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. Note the

for this 3 bedroom. 2 bath In NE section. Ph. 372-3136. BRAND NEW DUPLEXES View Estatesis warmth of paneling in the living room of our new model.

tome on a spacious one acre lot. FOR Sale or trade. New CBR. The Comfort .
Manor. convenience and
the
Paneled LR It DR, sliding glass home located In Westmoreland requires too traffic -

doors In LR and master bed- Estates. On city sewers paved planned for professional men and their patterns of our homes are designed to save 'steps for
room. Only $15,000 Call Fordyce |t 2 lg. bath Rms., Ig. family
families. See them !
376-1236. Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. you. today ,
Central heat, built-in kitchen Including
TASTEFULLY GE dishwasher. 2 court

designed and a lovely neighbor yards U of P walk* medical to scNxrts center! dose FHA to FERNWOOD MODELS See how comfortable a new home can be- ,'

hood for this 3 bedroom. 2 bath
$22,700 Down -
home. Dishwasher drapes disposal Immediate occupancy.payment Drive 1700.by from inspect our model, The Manor, today ;
and other extras. Large tarn 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler $12.250 up
lly room and 2.300 sq. ft. of liVe
Ing area. Can be seen at 920 N.W. night.Brothers 372-9545 dally 376-9041 Drive North'on Main turn right at N.E. 23rd Blvd.. continueto

37 Terrace. Call Fordyce 374 For Sale by owner, 3. large bed from $400 down N.E. 12th St. and turn LEFT. Follow directional signs to

1236.INVESTMENT rooms. Florida room hardwood model home located on N.E. 31st Ave.
floors 2 full tile baths. CCB
home. 17000. nit N.W. 34th
13 bedroom. 4 bath. furnished. 116' Ave. FR 2-1265-

S_ frontage.house. Make Perfect us an for offer.rooming Very LEAVING TOWN MUST SELL IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 14 new models priced from .$13,400 to $18,200

convenient terms can be arranged. 4 year old. CCB house. 3 BR. 1 3 MODELS

Call Fordyce. 376-1236. you bath take and up carport.payments.$400 1700 d own N.W.. Payments as low as $79.34, including insurance and taxes

55th St. FR 4-2839. 2 Bedrooms Stove bond with light and fanS

FORDYCEASSOCIAfES FOR SALE$30400 BY OWNER Masonery Large living Construction dining area .. Venetian Double compartment Blinds sink WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT NOTHING DOWN VA ($100 Closing Costs)

MODERN Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
from Country Home 14 miles Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
Gainesville

Grace Multiple Fordyce.ASSOCIATES Listing Broker Realtor: lane from paved Federal Univ.State Ten Highway Road.(11) miles and 20 3 minutes on miles. .. Tiled Large closets tub double and sliding showers door .. Paved Insulated shrubbery Streets Attic Palm View Estates J ;':rk Highland Court Manor .

Dudley Coulden Harvey Benton trees, fish acres hardwood S Linen Closets Close to school and bus stop

O. C. GAY 2 large bedrooms pond- Bass fuMiled and Bream double, .. Washing Back storage Machine closed fixtures Planned play grounds 372-9545 day 376-9048 night Sales Office-N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terr.-Phone 372-3471
bath
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SEE what $500 will buyl Stove cypress paneling beam ceil ,
refrlg. 220-V AC. auto washer. ings ceo. heat and air cond.. 2 coil I Drive West 16th Ave. Turn Left at
T. V. antenna t my equity In fireplaces. IS X 30 glassed-in For appointment 372-5321 or 3275322Take on Kirkpatrick & Pierson Builders 'If
2 BR CCB hom Payments $45 tiled floor A-C porch. By appointment 39th Terrace To Model Homes.
per mo. 3130 N. W. 10th St. or only. Call 466-3327 after ':00 northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 Mock. j
call 374-1943. P.M.
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r; 77 Mobile Homes for Salt 77 Mobil Homes for Sal. I|I 185 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale I

I CLASSIFICATION INDEX 10 x U it. :i Dedroom IVi Dam '62 M x 10 Greatlakes mobile 1960 SUNBEAM Alpine white wall 1962 COME. white factory air, ,
like new $200 down. Call 376-4007 horre. 1500 for equity and take tires wire wheels excellent condI- radio heater, new tires excel-I! MOTOR
for appointment. -ever low monthly payments. Call tion. Phone 374-7824. lent condition $1250. 1704 N. W. '
_37 -0 72 after 5:30. 7th Ave. FR 2-7045. HAWES POWERS
l ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE TRAILER FOR SALE .' II" HaulIng MUST SELL 60 Volkswagen new .
1 lm He .rU. two wheel with spare tire. 83 Motorcycles fir Scooters paint lob tires & parts. Sun 1962 Cadillac Sedan DeVille, 4-door. CO.
l < Card : Tk a'. I. Wasted .. Ba. Ii Call 372-ma. roof. Low mileage...$900. Phone White.able. Phone Good FR condition.2-2416. 3505 Reaon-NW
i I Led T.m.* t Machinery T*-latt 12 wde: is here 37J-7554. 8tn Ave. anytime. '
4 PerientUiet Iintellr Building i MaterisiSI FEDERAL QUALITY $ SAVE $ 1963 KARMAN GHIA. white with
Rambler'See
r Travel L.t.r&UiI Beaieb U Ceda TAKE up payments on a 1944 black top. low mileage. Phone MAKE OFFER 158
S Special Notices CS AatlqiciM HOMES INC. Honda Motor Bike. Call 372-7145 Gerda Clumrlch 376-3261, ext. 2201 It Oh Kay Trailer Court SMITTY SEZ.
1 FJerUU Misc. Fer IsIs 4820 NW 13th St. (441 North) or 374-1791 after 5. Archer Rd.

5 Baby Utter CMi Cart $7 Trading Pest FOR SALE or trade for house 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR '64 CHEVROLET SS 59 Impala Chevrolet. excellent condition
I t FUees To C. A** U Article Waited trailer equity In 3 BR house Impala pay power t air. Big engine.
... n Fa.I Oil small equity of cash or older Were leaded with bargains.All
nIB,. T. :e Beat Marina* We4.... central heat. all tile bath. 126 CONDITIONING. Tune up car, take up payments. Phone $1095. Corner of Main & '3rd. .
71 E. SE 70th St. Ph. 3720560. Special $2.50 for performancetest. 481-2381 Hawthorne. reconditioned
Camp Bant completely -
AUTOMOTIVE Flak All makes and models. 87 Automobiles Wanter
f
n Office E.I .. cond. turn 54 CHEVROLET. 2 dr. hardtop 3
galea-Bestta. For Sale 1 BR air Hawes
Powers Motor ,
'I AlrpUie Co. Air
t : 7J Masked & enclosed cabana. Excellent speed stick, 347. Financing avail and ready to Try us
Merchandise trailer
l 77 Mefclie B.... ttr Sal Conditioning Servicing C. n t a r. CARS WANTED iWO-44 f-ords go.
condition. FR J-98M, 6-1 able. (03 NW 36th Ave. Phone 376-
r It Track for Sal* 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Serv-
It Tricks WuW A.M. and 6-12 P.M. 2541. 4803. ice Station. 916 SE 4th St. now.
M TraeUM A Track BeaUUW REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Ie FOR SALE OR TRADE for I 1963 CORVAIR Mania convertible.
Trailer a..tats house trailer equity In a 3 BR. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive radio & heater white sidewalls
,' 'tt M..rclclee 8ce.leraS XJ Let fer Sale I 2 bath cen. heat built In kit. repairs and tune-up. autom. transmission low mileage RaulersonMotors .
I A Um*'ne KepalreSS 54 Wit:r''at Prepcrt* _e Phone FR 6-877T. Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st $t. excellent cond. 1-owner.
AaUaekDet far Sato 53 Ro.g.. Far Isle Phone 372-7915. 4851. 15-1. _
i M Sway Can SI Cottages Fer Kale SPECIAL 1611 HAWTHORNEROAD
J7 Real Estate Exehaif 104 x 208- Lot for mobile home. 85 Automobiles for Sale FOR: SALE 1961 Chevrolet conver
U Real Estate Wanted $1500. 1 Mile S. off Paynes tible with a one week old top new
EDUCATIONAL S* Oat *f T wa Property Prairie. For appointment call 1961 TEMPEST 4 dr.. straightstick Interior new tires all around. 3725285Home
11 ft aM la batraetlM
I FR 6-3052. details of A-l Used Cars
40 Basinei Properties good tires excellent running Mechanically perfect. For
J 1* Maile. Duell1,
41 Rcsldcattal laeem call 372-7165 after 6:00 P.M. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS
2* Waited-iBstroctlea 1962 NEW MOON trailer 10 x 55 cond. Private owner. 530 -
4? Farm Acreage will take smaller trailer for equity NW 57th St. Ph. 376-0229. weekdays anytime Sunday.
43-1 Colored Property Sales and take up payments. Phone 44 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr..
EMPLOYMENT MUST SELL 1960 Chevrolet 4 door.
FR 2-1313.
hardtop. auto trans., radio &
17 Werk Waited Male I 4 cyL. standard trans-. radio and
IfWerk Haat*< Female RENTALS 42 SKYLINE 2 BR. 4T: Spartan. air heater. Call Hank Biackstod FR heater 2.200 miles; 63 Falrlane I
14 Sale. Help Wanted conditioned. :36 Kentuckian 2 BR, 2-9307. 500 Sports Coupe. stand. trans. & I
U Help-Male ar Female 43 Colored Property Rentals several cheap trailers $595 up. 3 air. Both cars In mint condition.Will MELTONMOTORS
44 Lettatea: her Beat of Starke US 301. KARMAN GHIA. 1963
WaitedDranaue miles south on convertible accept trade. Phone 376-0906.
It Male
.. Help 41 Farnlahcd Apt*. e Phone 64-C571.. blue with beige toP. 30,000 miles.
41 Cafiraiihed Apt. AM-FM radio best offer. Phone 63 Falcon white 2 dr.. heater
U Female Self Wantci 47 B.n>cs far Bent Para.II i5 FOR SALE 158 Hicks trailer 305-429-5437. Ocala. straight shift 16.000 ml. excellent
Senses far Rent Vmtmru.4t I x 43 with 11 x 30 finished cabana. cond. Under guarantee.. 372-0734
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t FARMS fir LIVESTOCK R*.mk f.r Real Furn. 3 BR. air cond.. mi TEUGEOT. 403. excellent condition after 5.FALCON. 703 N. Main St. '
\ ?I Term E'.lf meat W Betel Re..sSt fenced yard. Located at ArcherRd. seat belts radio sun. Sedan 1961. lOW I'
I Park. FR 6-7317. Delivery. FR 6-7571
Trailer
roof.
27 Feed Fertlllier Mis*. KcntalaI1A Asking $650. Call 3726420anytime. mileage solid white straight
2< Uveitaek pplieeX Wanted T* Ken 2 BR FLEETWOOD $100 down. & transmission good condition, inside .
: La.lal' Tsp Sell 55 Bsardera Wanted take up payments. Located 1 mile 1962 AUSTIN HEALY. $125 and and out. ready for the job.
M Pet SappHe >a OffIce Desk Space I south of Lacrosse on Hwy 121. take up payments. Call 316-00<<. Our price $995. ENNEIS MOTORCo. CORRECT
.U Llrecteck .Waate4FINANCIAL (4 Baslaes* KenUla a:: See anytime. ., FORD DEALER Alachua FOR THE
I _. 1963 CLASSIC RAMBLER Fla. Ph. 462-1371. TIME
)I : CONNOLLYMobile . .
SERVICE $1800With DODGE Seneca '60. Any reasonable
M Bulneta. Oppertnltle SS Special SerrlceiSI Home Sales. Inc. 2 & 3 AT R & H. sold by private offer considered. Call 372- FR2141ICourtesyOf
"M.... t* Lees };f Bern ImprcTement I bedroom mobile homes. Many owner. 8309 mL, top condition.Call 0127 ':30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
U :: ar1r'.tl. 54 Bail IT Service I floor plans. 7 year financing. 372-1054 after 5:30 P.M.
M 25 Appliance FarnJtnr* Drive out today. 3 miles Southof 60 RAMBLER American wagon economical -
Gainesville on U. S. 441 Ph.! 6. luggage rack new GAINESVILLEAUTO University ChevroletN. WE WILLNOT

IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIR! li 376-0571 tires & battery well kept. $600. SALES Main St. at 16th Ave.
Betz. 1426-B SW 18th PL
"6 MI c .For Sal. 66 Misc. For Sal IT'S FOOLISHto
MGA. 195S Tea cond.tion; like 1007 N. Main St.
I REFRIGERATOR pay more. RECKLESS to new interior. Call FR 2-3056 after Phone FR 2-6313 BEUNDERSOLD
lET of diamond wedding rings. $29, T. V. s29. pay less. GET THE REAL 7:30 P.M.
whit cold original value $100. couch 112.U, gas Stove $35; FACTS. Payments as low as Northcentral FIOIIdasLargest
will sell for 145. Can be traded youth bed $15; electric stove $29; $57.29 per month with $300 down. IF you want an excellent buy anda FULL SIZEFORD
to orto. seller for $100 on another Hollywood bed $39. BargaintI LAKE GENEVA dependable used car 1 ,
ring. Phone HY 6-4233. Williams Service Center Haw Mobile Homes SalesRt. have one that must be sold for Independent Dealer
FOR SALE Shot water tanks. 30 thorne Rd. 372-3937. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. $20401. Call 376-0132-
gal. with gee heater attached also NEW and used chain saws lawn 1957 FORD Station Wagon, new
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete mowers. edgers. tampers light SEE THE NEW SCOTTY CAMPER !
brakes clean $450. Call FR 2-3100
with gauges 2 crane shallow plants. cable. WIsconsin. Brlggs sleeps 4, weighs only 975 Ibs., after 4-00 P.M.; Arnie.63T.Bird. I i Value Rated I CALL FOR A FREEDEMONSTRATION
well pumps. Inquire Lewis & Stratton, new and used mo
Jewelry Co. tors. Rental. sales and service. $1195 I Used'Cars
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE I

3 model.MONTH swing-needle OLD Zig Diai-O-Mat-Zag. 44 _Uth Ave. Phone 374-3411. BUTTS MOBILE ot HOMES B&G MOTOR CO. CUSTOM I FR 6-3400

k repossessed due to unfortu WE WANT TO buy late model used ConvertibleFull
nate circumstances. This machine refrigerators. Exceptionally High INC. Sport Cadillac Oldsmobile 2-DOOR I
does hundreds of dcoratlv trade-Ins now given. Power 2001 NW 13th St.
stitches zig-zags does buttonholes WILSON'S EXCHANGE 374-1341 V/ire Wheels
m 0 n ograms. dams 111 5.E. 1st Street Phone FR 4-4479. Xtro Nice I
patches. etc. Assume 6 remainIng Open I A.M. to I P.M. Closed $2096.00
payments of 400. Call Mr. T-V double antennas.stack,$3$1100 single complete stack.kit.$7 Sundays 441 N. at city limits

Parker 373-7480. Jim Voyles. 419 NW Ith Ave. cross Market.from Gainesville Livestock $3195 BIG '64 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door '61 FALCON 2 door, $'

Now Specializing In Ladies' Better EXCELLENT buy. Stereo console. hardtop. Power steering radio paint . . . . . 895
Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I 2 mcs. old. originally cost $335 1x37 ft. 2 bedrooms. 1 with bunk SHAW & KEETERI'fordtown" USED CAR SALE FAIRLANE new
through 54. $3 Each. Exceptional will sacrifice for $199. Call 374- beds.tub and shower. Very clean.. heater, automatic transmission,
'
Values. DIXIE MILLS SUPER 0132. : SUM. FR 6-1887. 100 2-DOOR 61 FALCON 2 door, $
DISCOUNTS. If S.W. lit Ayeflue. I I V8, airconditioning 925
THREE-ton commercial air conditioner I COME SEE & SAVE! 238 E. UNIVERSITYFR 39QCK Real clean . . . . . .
with water cooling, tower Large fenced lot 50 x 75' with GALS. GASOLINE . . . .
FOR SALE Soda Fountain. 20 I $495. Chase 8. with Cabana 2-0503
Kitchens 19 SE Patio Roof Smaller lot '
ft. length fittings.10 stools Top with condition.complete 1st St. 374-1225. Twin Bed Trailer for $675.Sale 60 VOLKSWAGEN good condition FREEWITH 51996.00 '64 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door 61 VALIANT 2 door hardtop,

City Drug Co. Phone FR 2-8592. C. G. Conn trombone. $55; Table or Rent complete- Travel with Trailer hitch and a clean priced for quick sale. 745 sedan. Power steering, radio, automatic transmission, radio,
or
model TV. $55; pr.W seatbelts NE 10th Ave. Phone FR 2-5821
REPOSSESSED Singer. Zig Zag and $4 ea.; Rutile engagementring good Mercury Car to match 1. heater automatic heater,
and 095. Deluxe Travel Trailer at Cedar MUST SELL '59 FORD Fairlane THE PURCHASEOF $1 095
attachments sews forward $35; new condition brief case 2595 V200 . . . . . .
t needles and two bedroom excel. cond.. no problems. AT ANY '60 THROUGH
reversa over pins $4.50. Ph. 374-1547. Key SHAW & trans., V8. . . . .
round bobbin, 14 per mo. Balance trailers for sale. Oh-Kay Trailer seatbelts seateovers. Price $795. '
t TRADE your costly to operate less for cash. Call owner. FR 4- 64 CAR IN STOCK. I '61 VALIANT 4 door
Archer Rd.. 376-3322. V200. Au-
$34. Sewing Machine ServIce Court. '
'
I SS.
n ELECTRIC water heater. and 7935 after 5 P.M.ADVERTISE. 64 CHEVROLET I Impala
Co.. IIS W. Univ. Ph. 374-1075. $48 for a new glassllned GAS TODAY ONLY tomatic transmission
IT ,
BELIEVE j
Power automatic
I water heater. Much more hot steering, trans $945
4 SHOWCASES $10 eat display KEETER i
tables S6 el., 100 ft. galv. pipe I water at about half the cost with OR NOTSave SERVICE DIRECTORY IN THE ii mission, radio, heater, radio, heater. . . . . .
cts. per ft.t 2Vt gal. fire extinguisher OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY i $2995
$10; Coat hangers 1 ct. ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. $400. 10 K 44 2 BR fur. I 3,800 mile . . . '60 VALIANT! 4 door, $ F
ea. DORT SALES CO.. next to nlshed. only $3195. $350.40 down.. 238 W. UniversityFR
Boys' Club en Waldo Rd. 70 Boats-Marina Equip. $54.09 'per month. I '63 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door radio, heater, . . . . OVD
6-5371 ;
Over 50 models to choose from 516 S. Main 2-3631
ROYAL standard typewriter. excel- 1+-ft. fiberglassed PAINT I hardtop. Power steering, automatic '
plywood
lent condition. $40.00. Call 372-1173 runabout. TRAILER MARTHWY. I 60 VOLKSWAGEN, $ft/ir
Steering control trailer.
evenings. needs some work, $95. 3130 NW 17 PHONE 321-1050 -- -- -- --- - --- transmission, $2395 radio i heater. . . . . /tD

WRINGER washer good condition. _lath St. 37-"43.. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 JOB radio, heater, V8. . .
$20. Co north on 13th St.. right' at
42nd Ave., right at 10th St. to 14 ft Crest liner fiberglass boat. I EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA BUSINESS IS BOOMING '60 CHRYSLER 4 door, sedan,
4144 N.W. 10th St. 1964 model, with trailer and 40 '53 CORVAIR 4 door 700. 4 New
hp Mercury motor. $900. 1533 E.: 32 Glider with enclosed cabana Yorker, power steering,
ELEC. Remington typewriter, $95 Univ. Ave., Grady Cabinet Works. Alr-cond.. 2 BR (or 1 BR and $3995At We're breaking all previous Sales Records : speed, radio, $| power brakes, air conditioned,
Call after 5 P. M. 377-4738. study), excellent cond. well Insulated 595
CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew FR 2-1312. Archer Rd. Village. $1200. NEED 3 SALESMEN I heater . . . . . . I automatic
FR 6-0961 Sunday or after 5. C. $1 395
and Used $&0 12 Plywood fishing boats. '63 VALIANT convertible radio transmission . . . .
Complete line of photo supplies $49.50 Full time Start Immediately I ,

41t FULLER'S W. Univ. Ave.FOTO FR 2-0713 INC. THE TACKLE BOX Trost.WYATT HAWESPOWERSBODY Apply in person to Ben Meadows heater, standard $1745 '60 CHEVROLET Belair 2 door

DOWLINC'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP KEETER .transmission . . . automatic transmission radio
The Heart Of East Gainesville" SHAW & ,
Chairs. low $. No
as money
down low as S5 per month.! Check with Charlie Trailer SalesHome 611 S.W. 3rd St. 238 E. UNIVERSITY AYE. FR 6-5371 I '63 IMPERIAL Crown 4 door, heater, air $1 1 095
Free estimates. pickup and delivery FR 2-1791. FR 2-0538 steering conditioned, nice. . .
service. All work guaran of hardtop, power power
teed. Phone 376-7786. __ .1
Homes -=-- brakes air condition-
Pacemaker Mobile Befar 4 door.
---5- 60 CHEVROLET
TAPPAN Clock controlled 20-Inch 72 Office Equipment Shasta and Alrstream I I $4495
oven. rotisserie burner with a Travel Trailers II ing,. radio, heater. . Radio, heater,
brain. Regular $39 This week Verifax-Signel' copy machine, like Ocala's First 'Mobile Home I $1 1 095
only Free 30-gallon glass lined new with Actlmeter & 140 of sup Dealer Since 1948 '63 BUICK Special station wagon, V8, nice. . . . . .
water heater Included. See Full- plies. Total price S120. Phone 1923 Sliver Spring Blvd.
gas 376-5392. 12 S.W. 1st Avt. 374-44S8. Phone 629-1358 standard '
60 CADILLAC 4 door de ville.
Ocala. Fla. JULY : bansmis$1745 1
DEMONSTRATOR one Argus dec* sion
tromatlc 572 zoom. 35 mm slid 73 Musical Merchandise 33 x r Alma 2 BR house tralvr Power steering, power brakes, automatic -
pro lector. 1 year warranty. Rrq- for sale excellent conditIon. S99I transmission. .adio
ular S13M5 priced at $97.50. PRACTICE piano, Emerson cabinet Call 372-3153. 62 IMPERIAL Crown 4 door
Ph. 374-1258. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. grand adaptable to honky- SALE i hardtop steering heater, airconditioned
power
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UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY INC tonk, S150. Includes bench.! 372. power $2395

RCA STEREO Port. Almost new. 3128. DODGE-DART I brakes, radio, heater, power seat, . . . .

Was $17f. sacrifice at $70. Also America's WURLITZER DODGE TRUCKS power '60 METRO 2 door
Remington alec oversized No. 1 piano and $3195
carriage organs are at Earl's Piano Co. windows. . . . . hard$445
35047. or good come cond.by$30 105 8 NE$50. nth FR Gainesville's exclusive Wurllt- POOLE-GABLE We are quoting the lowest priced American built car. top, radio, heater. .
zer Dealer, 702 W. '
Avt.2Vk Ave. Phone 372-2222. University. 119 SE First AY.. 62 T-BIRD, power steering, power '60 TAUNUS (German

h.p. window aid conditioner. excellent TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 372-4343 brakes, radio, heater, air con- Ford) real nice. $445
. . . .
$170. condition. ISO NW 20th St. Buy choose now from.for this Instant fall.credit.Many to 1964 RAMBLER ;;:t $1763 ditioning, $2895

SEWING MACHINE Gainesville Music Center real nice. . . . . . '60 DODGE 4 door, seneca, standard -

144 Model Dial -()'Mltlc:. Zig Zag. _3725421 1023-25 W. Univ. Ave. VOLKSWAGEN transmission cyl.
62 PLYMOUTH 2 dcur. Automatic .6. $595
like new. applique makes button holes.stitches overcast REPOSSESSED PIANOS Delivered! With or Without a Trade! NOT A STRIPPED MODEL! heater. . . . : . .
fancy 4 Spinet pIanos 2 walnut 2 ma transmission, $ '
darns mends. etc. Assume 4 pay.merits hogany. Assume small 295
Ava. Ph.$7.10 374-1075.each. IIS W. Univ./ Also 1 used minsh'ypayments. console/ STANDARD EQUIPMENT AT NO ADDITIONAL COST: radio, heater, clean. '59 PLYMOUTH 2 door, hardtop,

piano. Crldley Music Company. automatic transmission
CARPETS a fright? Make them a Gainesville Shopping Center. FR '62 CHEVY II "400" 4 door $745
beautiful' sight with: Lustre.Rent 25353. S Equipped with high Self-adjusting; brakes Fuel pump and tank radio, heater, nice. . .
electric $1. Me- MILLER- fuel economy. with bonded linings filter station wagon, automatic trans-

Daniel Shopping Furniture Center. Co., Gainesville 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals BROWN @ I Advanced unit S Power-Card 24 battery Anti Smog Engine Filter I mission, radio, $' '59 DODGE 4 door, sedan, power

T.V. antennas $3 stngle I stack PIPER trt-pacer 135. lust had top .,........ constructionCurved Directional signals Automatic choke heater . . . . .. 1495 steering, power brakes, radio,
n. '
$i double stack $13 complete 1 I overhaul licensed until April '45. 1030 E. Unix. .e. tide windows C Engine oil filter4,000mile Dow-Gard cooling heater air $
kit. *rans. 513 NW Ith Ave. Call 3723533. t .I FR 2-3582 Deep-dip rust proofing S engine oil. system '62 STUDEBAKER 4 door sedan, O/I

Baked enamel finish change normal interval 2 Arm rests automatic transmis- $1 conditioned. . . . . . YfD

Ceramic armored 33.000 mile or 3-year 2 Sun visors 095
'
sion radio heater . I 59 PONTIAC Starchier" 4 door
SERVICESHome muffler and tail pipes chassis lube interval Foam cushion ,

Coil spring seats S No drain transmission 2 Windshield wipers j '52 CHEVROLET Super Sport 2 hardtop, power steering, power

S Double safety brakes and rear axle lube 2 Seat belts brakes, radio, heater, automatic
door Power
hardtop. steering,
transmission air
automatic transmission, radio, $1 095 1

conditioned. . . . .
And BusinessAccounting heater, $

: 17,000 miles. . . . I VVD '59 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4 door

hd sedan, autcmatic transmission,
I 62 FALCON 4 doer station wagon. -
Appraisal ServiceFRED Upholstery I radio,
Automatic transmission, radio $695
heater, V8 . . . . .
S. ARNOLD UPHOLSTER your furniture at heater,
REALTOR reasonable prices. Call Sally. $1395
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL Experienced. FR e-WJL 4241 low milage . . . . '59 IMPERIAL 4 doer, hardtop,
SERVICE N. W. 13th Tar.Remodeling. ..
171* W UNIV. AVE. PH. 377-357 '62 CORVAIR Manzo 2 door crown, power steering! power

Bulldozing UP TO 800 ON EXECUTIVE CARS sport ccupe. Radio, $ 1 495 brakes, radio, heater, $995

heater, 4 speed. . . air --conditioned . . .
SMALL bulldozer loader. dump DO YOU NEED. Florida room extra
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top room. more room roof work PLYMOUTH 4 door station
2 door 59
_sell. Phone 377-7144. or maybe a complete new home? 62 VALIANT Signet
For .I free estimate. & guaranteed '63 RAMBLERCross '63 CHEVROLET2door 61 RAMBLERCross hardtop, automatic transmission, wagon, automatic transmission
work. phone Carl C. '

LnndscapingLANDSCAPE Waters. 372-8049. Country Station Wagon. kyt.. automatic transmission Country Station Wagon. radio, heater, power $1 595 radio, heater, $795

SERVICE INTERIOR and exterior decorat. automatic transmission air con radio heater, economIcal heater automatic air transmission conditioned. nice.radio steering, air cond. . sharp. . . . . . . .
Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock Ing. work guaranteed free estimate : ditioned. Individual relining & very clean. I

I of all kInds.CREVASSES . *. Call 372-5814. seats. like new. $1495 I '62 RAMBLER Classic 4 door au- '58 BUICK 4 door hardtop, power -

S Landscape NURSERY Co. Sewing Machine Repair $1895 tcmatic transmission, steering, power brakes auto-
FR "'514 for free estimate. $2495 $1495 matic transmissicn
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radio, heater, sharp. ra$445

J41-J40 the deadline Forms -bring new yours accounts before_ Lawnmower ServiceF. J CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER ,. '63 VALIANT diG, heater, air cond.

110 per month and up. Gainesville VICE CO. 815 W. University I '63 RAMBLER Signet "K3 2 door hardtop. '61 LANCER 700", 4 door, automatic -

Bookkeepers 132 N. W. etn U Lawnmower Stop for fast and Ave. 374-1075. We repair all '63 RAMBLER. bucket ses's. radio. heater. transmission, radio, heater '58 CADILLAC 4 door hardtop,
Makes. Work
_St FR 62924.Appliance dependable service. 1C5 W. fully guaranteed. beautiful err Ike new
2nd Ave. We 770 4-door sedan. automatic power steering, power brakes, radio -
sharpen knives scissors power
Repair & and repair small electric 770 floor shift overdrive. buck. transmission. radio. heater air $1 895 $1.1095I heater
motors. I TELEVJSION et seats. radio. he.ter. beautiful conditioned bucket seats, power I steering. . . . . . $1 1 95
Air Conditioning car. steering. power brakes beautiful air conditioning. . .
ADVERTISE IN THE car. '61 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 door,

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP SERVICE DIRECTORY PICTURE TUBE Repair SpecIaL $1PH' $2195 61 GMC outomatictransmis- '56 CHEVROLET 4 door, sedan,
Inch plus $10 to Install most $2495 $1295
First In air conditioning and Appliance tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special Pick-Up long wheel base 4- sion, radio, heater, VS. automatic transmission, $395
repairs. We sell guaranteed Mortgage Broker Reconditioned TVs from $9.92. speed transmission, extra: nice.
washers refrigerators etc. THE VARIETY radio, heater, V8 . . .
STORE
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FR 60267.WASHING 7 S.E. 1st Ave. $1195 ;; 51 OLDSMOBILE 4 door, sedan
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MORTGAGE MONEY 4 Technician's with 14 yean experience 63 FORD heater '56 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door radio,
machines. refrigerators SV4 per cent Interest. Terms to 62 FORD 88", power brakes, i-odio, -
elec. ranges serviced t repaired. 25 years on all makes. I
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heater;
1t4 NE 23rd Blvd. C. A. Behan- BUY. BUILD REFINANCE QUALITY T.V. ANTENNA SALES I Galaxie. MO 24004hardtcp.. automatic $ | CQC 495See

non. Ph. 31 1". Call & SERVICE I automatic transmission. radio Galaxie 500 4-door hardtop automatic '60 CHEVROLET transmission . . . I DVD best buy. . . . . . .
Dan "e.ter. power steering air conditioned transmissionlean. radio.
Byrd
AIR CONDITIONERS Installed All Channel Antenna Kit S14S I
.. t23 NW 13 St. PIFR J-2511 white with red Interior. neater Pick-Up one owner extra nice.
serviced repaired. 20 mile area. KWIK FIX-TV SERVICE
142NE 23rd Blvd. C. A. Bo- FHA and conventional at lowest 421W N. W. 10th Ph. 372-3177 .
_r.annon, ph. 376-4169. current rate*. Terms to 15 I $2695 $1595 $995 ,

Auto GlassAUTO obligation.years. Win Call gladly tomorrow.discuss at no Tires Alignment I i : J. L SMITH, WILBUR SLIGH, PAUL BARNETT,

J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Brake Service .
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-4494 A LARGE SELECTION '
CLASS tsouronljbusl. FRANK GRAY "MACK" MeCULLOUGH
,
ness. immediate Installation; FRED 8. ARNOLD VACATION SPECIALON
free pickup & delivery. Add REALTOR famous nationally known Mohawk I-
beauty & value to your car. FHA AND: CONVENTIONAL tire . . Save UP to NO DOWN PAYMENT
MAULDIN-J AUTO GLASS CO. LOANS 59% on new tires. See our new
M3 N.W. *rh St. FB_t-KSt. l21* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 wrap around retread that gives
r more mIleage <. traction. l.alt- USED CARS1IDGWAY MOTOR
Auto Equipment GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA mer Tire Co. m N. Main St
and conventional loans. Low HAWES POWERS
rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 -
W. Univ." Av*. 377-539X WINDOW CLEANING

rfBRAULIC exchanged JACKS Repair rebuilt kits tor& F. H. A. a. Conv. Loan WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned :

Walker Jacks. Factory authorized FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES, INC and waxed. houSes washed. 10 PiCiR
Walker Hydraulic JacS REALTORS yrs. experience.' Free estlmata. ( r PLYMOUTH-VALIANT CHRYSLER-5IMCA
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE *7 6 W. Unlv. 374-1734 _Phone Fl '-S S5.
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.14 Gainesville Sun Tuesday, July 14, h.-. .. . . ._ ,- 1

Facelift's ,\ News ,Media Praised by, \ I
Business .
McKinney Urges The University City 'Lions ida, newspapers had-publishedmore I I

Feasible- Club last night presented certificates than 400 articles about' ,

of appreciation to the Lion activities.The I I I
Leaders to 'Combat RedsMayor GodschalkCity ocal news media in apprecia- Gainesville Sun alone

tion for the news coverage received -accounted for more than 50 of

during the past year. these, Beckum said.
Howard McKinney pIe become unhappy because' In other business at yester-' P la nner David God-I Cited were the GainesvilleSun He said radio stations contrib-:

yesterday urged Gainesville I they are forced to produce be- day's meeting the club was schalk told the Gainesville Civi radio stations WGGG,!uted 'more than 14,000 minutes:

Exchange Club members to yon, their ability, but receive presented a $100 check from tans that Operation Facelift WDVH, WUWU and WRUF. of .time'and TV about 1,200 min-:
join fellow businessmen in less then they need. i the Newberry American Legion -can change the appearance of John Beckum, publicity chairman utes. I I I i iI

combatting Communist influ- He accused U. S. citizens of post for sponsoring the downtown and make the city for the organization, made The combined news cover' I II

ences in the U. S. misjudging the impact of the winning contestant, Janice Bie- much more pleasant for shop- the presentation in behalf of age was valued at more than: f@I

"Who is going to combat it?" Communist idea by 'the relatively wend, in the Newberry Water- ping and living. University City Lions President $8,000 advertising dollar Beck

McKinney asked. "I say it's up small number of Com- melon Festival. The Civitans, meeting yester- Sonny Lee. Beckum said in um said.

to the American }) 'munist Party members in this Dwight Sullivan presented day at the Holiday Inn, were Lions District 35-L embracing Lion projects cited by Beck.

He prefaced his usinessman."I'country. the check to the group after shown a slide show of the Face- several counties in north FlorJapan's um as having received excellentnews

ing the group was "The Marxist takeover of Miss Biewend was introduced.It lift project in Winter Haven. coverage were, the eye I

speaking as an expert"I Russia was accomplished by a was also announced at Godschalk showed before and I

do speak with sincere group of Bolsheviks whose terday's meeting that yes-Bob after slides of the community. : BarryTAIPEI ..............'. I
earnestness of what I feel is number was less, percentagewise '. ,
a
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Black has been named district Godschalk, replying ,to a'question lb" CoIoMI s.W
to than in the U. S. today Formosa AP 1
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grave peril our country, our are -
of the Exchange Club. of '
governor said there is plenty
way of life, our freedoms, our ," McKinney .said. "This sidewalks Ever heard of Ko te hua? tI Trk& Ck..kkel.,
religion and our children"McKinney I takeover would never have room on Gainesville That's .the rendition used in
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for trees and planters. He said ., .
cited portions of a been possible without the helpof the Chinese press for Goldwater.The 'e'. .'
TodayIn there still will be 12 feet for ..' ...'
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pamphlet, "The American Way: another force the force of three syllables have no
movement, even: after four feet 214 NW 13th FR 6.6472 I .
, to' Jobs, Peace and Democracy liberal thought. is taken for trees and plant particular meaning. Also in Ocila ,

," published by New Century , He noted that liberals repre- HistoryBy ings. 1 \
Publishers of New York sent the human ideal and that NIWDRIVEIN 2 SHOWS
and issued by the Church Lea! Communist propaganda is aimed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Bockler, the club's new

gue of America in Wheaton, at the subtle conversion of Today is Tuesday, July 14, president, presided at his first THEATRE Last Times TODAY DAILY

Ill. liberals throughout the world. the 196th day of 1964. There are regular meeting. Dan Hornsbyis tae. N..e Road.Rf.20.FR 6.tit
"Communism is nothingnew "Without the liberal the 170 days left in the year. program chairman. NOW! 3 SMASH HITS! OPEN 12:45 & 6:30

," McKinney noted. "Com problem would be clear cut,", Today's highlight in history: OPEN SHOW 7:50 1:00 SEE AS 2 9:40 LATE SHOWS 1:10 & 7:10

munism has been a dream of McKinney"said.. On this date in 1853, Com Beatles Back -FIRST RUN- No Passes
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people for thousands of years.It He quoted J. Edgar Hooveras modore Matthew C. Perry went ROBERT GULPRHINO T haa. 't a This Attraction .

has been tried hundreds of saying it was unbelievablehow ashore at Tokyo with 300 blue- On Top AgainLONDON I ;: C T :
times. "otherwise respectable, jackets and officers to presenta .YM r'

He said that human nature seemingly intelligent persons,: letter from President Millard (AP-The Beatlesare PAT BOONE

interferes with the "beautiful perhaps unknowingly, aid the Fillmore to the emperor of Japan -, back on top of the British I "NEVER PUT IT

Communist dream of, from Communists." ; the opening up of Japan I Ito hit parade for the first time IN WRITING"

each only as he was able and "In other words it doesn't trade the next year was as- since April."A FRANKIE! AVALON

to each what he needs." make any difference how or sured. title .
Hard Day 'Snite, the BEACH PARTY
"It is human nature to try why a person aids the Com- On this date: ""
song of the rock 'n' roll quar __ v. .L \ ..... ,' t tI
to obtain as much as you can munist cause, whether he did In 1789, the Bastille was tet's movie was listed at STARTS FRIDAY"Robinson

with as little effort as possi- it gullibly or willfully. The fact stormed and captured, begin No. 1 new today by record retail CrusoeOn ADULTS $1.25
ble," McKinney said. "When a that he did so and thus ad- ning the French Revolution.I ers. Mars" I .. I

human is offered what he vanced the cause of commun- In 1918, the son of former
needs and only required to ism," McKinney added. President Theodore Roosevelt,I "We weren't really' sure this

give what he is able he soon McKinney, a realtor, cited Lt., Quentin Roosevelt, was killed one would make it," said Bea-
finds he has plenty of wants examples of businesses that in aerial combat and buried tie John Lennon. "It was the
anti-Communist with honors the first time we had written a I
but little production. have adopted military by
Then, McKinney said, rulers I advertising drives, speakers I Germans. song to an agreed title and" it Ii
done in rather hurry.
must enforce production bureaus and special pamphlet I In 1942, Gen. Mark Clark was was a I I
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through dictatorship and peo- mailings. appointed commander of American io a ' ..po,. : ',3Rxd
t Ya'v
ground forces in Britain. ,I JJoC. MAY' I i
%'. aaea? e w 2der "a MAXa
Ten
years ago The only '>

Gainesville Youngsters model of a new British cres I [NUIiAN{ < %t s: 38 k a 'w yatfi Dy .. rb; jQl ,

cent-winged jet, the Handley Mx 1
Page Victor, crashed in England Business :

Wind Up Stays at CampFive aboard., killing the four men a:,9 Y 'j\,'Iy Auto Without i

Home i;
Gainesville youngsters The youngsters, who spent a Five years agoMinnesota'sSen. ', : ., w .
returned Monday from the state week at the camp, are Jimmy Eugene McCarthy and 3 < LiFas ,

Salvation Army Youth Camp, Singleton, Richard Seaton, Dan- Gov. Orville Freeman announced 215 N.E. reservation ; tI
located bet wee n Keystone ny Hughes, Gail Hughey and the candidacy of Sen. Hubert .x j lit Street

and Starke. Wendy Smith. Humphrey for the Demo I choose *
Heights .A1v: FR 2-3576 I
Wendy Smith also is attendingthe cratic presidential nomination. *
INVITATION TO BID
Notice Is hereby given that the Board music camp which began -
ef County Commissioners of Alachua yesterday.Six 41 !
County requests, bids Florida for, the hereby following calls equipmentto for and youngsters, including ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A : : : 0 : Methyl ; .. w4

be purchased by said Board for and Wendy, attended the Guards
behalf of Alachua County, Florida:
on Two (2) only latest model half-ton camp the previous week. Theyare FLORIDA Swimming Pool!
pickup follows: trucks to be equipped as Kathy Sparks, Omi Fogarty, L ai1

1. Maximum GCW not less than 5,000 Betty Jo Davis, Brenda Tucker .. Grn .
r C[ MyS
.2. Front Ibs. axle capacity not less than and Diane CaldwelL by Rivers Construction Co.
1.500 Ibs. Two girls, Debbie Gilmore
3. Rear axle capacity not less than
3.300 Ibs. and Debbie' Caldwell, attended A
QUALITY POOL Backed by a
.4. Heavy duty clutch minimum diameter the Salvation Army Sunbeams
11 Inches minimum frictionalarea :
FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
123.7 sq. Inches. camp two weeks ago.
5. Twelve (12) volt 7 amp. hr. bat. A slide and film
teryi minimum of 42 amp. alter. programabout b
nator. Jamaica will be presented r 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 car a M

..displacement Six (I) cylinder not engine less than with 262 engine cu. at the Salvation Army Home, Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 4 )Sm

Inches. 22 SW 2nd St., at 7:30: p. m. NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH HN
7. Front spring capacity at ground not tl .'
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invited.
less than 1.135 Ibs., heavy duty rear Wednesday. Visitors are .,k
r vk :a ;
springs. Capt. and Mrs. Theodore Van
.. transmission. EACH POOL YOU CET
Heavy duty -speed
t. Five 6.50 x 16. six ply nylon tires Patten, who are stationed in Jamaica Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board
with tubes. are giving the program a
10. Ampere meter, heat gage, all presS Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner # y
sure gage fuel gage. horn lights 4 1.4
and reflectors that meet all State of Leaf Net
Florida statutes, and factory Installed Just a HunchBELVEDERE l'l'It's
self-cancelling' turn. Indicators. front CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION
and rear.
11. Straight sided pickup body Calif. (AP) -
12. Trucks to be painted monotone using RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO.
Dupont Enamel No. 936571. As a man attended his daugh- % r
There will be the following trade-Ins ter's funeral, police hid in his 1909 EAST 5th STREET
on the above pickups:
A. 1957.Ford F-100 pickup (ACRD No. house.It DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, .
11) S/N F10K7A-12tf5. hunch but in
B. 195' Ford F-250 pickup (ACRD No. was only a 622-7048 FLA.
10) SIN F2SJ9N-11611. three recent county burglaries, r
will list the bid price on
Bidder
the householder had been at I
a
each vehicle and the trade-In allowance
en each of the trade-ins. All bids will funeral. I

be Bidder f.o.b.shall Gainesville.certify his Florida.bid equals or John T. Cynko, 45, was a surprised -, Starts July 20th t q
exceeds the above minimum specificatIons ex-convict when he I % rw'b'
and shall attach manufacturers a1S
current literature supporting his bid. stealthily entered the house, S
The delivery date shall be stated In An SS
into the arms of the law. Important
the bid as It will be considered In the y
ward. Il
Bidder shall guarantee that parts and
service wilt be available within the 4
City of Gainesville and any freight bins Series
er phone calls for parts not In stock ElectricalOUTLETS Special
will be the responsibility of the bidder.I
Bidder I shall furnish a title certificatefor
each new vehicle. ,
Bids shall be In duplicate sealed In an 4
envelope within an envelope and the ADDED : 5,
exterior envelope clearly marked: "Bid G. 5 5y
on Trucks." e Residential Commercial I iN' ti I II Ig Iy
All bids shall be In writing and delivered At"
by hand or mall to the Board, Industrial WHAT OUR I ;TS
of County Commissioners at the Courthouse CALL ; S f
In Gainesville on or before 2:30 I
P.M.. Tuesday July 21. 1964. :i C. P. Dressier Ii i
The Board of County Commissioners RELIGIONS AREHere
reserves the right to retect any or atl Electrical Contractor
bids and to waive Informalities. I '
G. M. Davis Chairman I Phone FR 6-6193
Alachua Board of County County, Florida Commissioners 910 N.W. 4th St. is an outstanding special series of
J4J4) 7:14. 21 I articles that will be read by every member

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