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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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New lark eimra The doors opened at the Newkirk station, and two white teen- NEW YORK (AP) After

By MARTIN ARNOLD Policeman Welcome age boys, who had been drinking, got -on. The passengers staredat three weeks in New York City,
NEW YORK Saturday night and Sunday morning were quiet, Sight their laps; the youths lit cigarettes, and. started to jump from an 18-year-old Negro from Mis-

with only one near incident seen on the Brighton local but when place to place on the car. sissippi says he's going back to
the subway stopped and the doors slid open the handful of passengers In Rampage No one else got on at the next two stops, and the teen-agers be- Vicksburg."I'd .
looked up. They paused to see who was entering, for at that came louder, moving freely from one end of the car to the other. rather wait on tables at
hour the ride between Coney Island and Manhattan is long and At Church Avenue a group of about 15 Negro men got on the $27 a week there than get my

lonely and uncertain. car, sat down and started chatting easily among themselves. head kicked in here," said Larry
end, only one near incident was seen. This was at 1:20 a.m. Sun- After the four
a pause original passengers smiled, everybody started
People have become glad to see a policeman, and on the trains '
day on the Brighton local, shortly after three felonies had been talking about the Mets and the two white teen-agers out
carrying an officer last weekend the passengers nodded and smiledto put Thomas was hailed as a hero
committed on subway lines in the city, bringing the reported total their
him and wished him well. cigaretes, sat down glumly and shut up. by New York newspapers a
for the week to at least eight. (In a normal month the number of Subway riders have developed their own defensive formulas. One
week ago, because he frightenedoff
"It's suddenly like wartime. Everybody has something good to felonies and of malicious mischief in the
cases subways average of them is talking loudly to a stranger who .
appears trustworthy.On a of who
Negro boys
say about the soldier. When the fuss dies down no one will want the more than 100.) gang
the Brighton local Friday night a man got on, looked around had attacked a white boy on a
said of the Transit .
Sgt. George Brightbill Authority police.He
cops The near incident was in a well lighted Manhattan-bound Brighten and said to a woman passenger across the aisle: "As long as we subway train. The Negroes ran
rode the subways between 8 p.m. Saturday and 4 a.m. Sunday.In local car in which four nervous passengers, including two young arrive safe and sound in one piece that's all that counts." when Thomas shouted, "The
nearly 14 hours in Coney Island and on the subways last week women, were riding. (See TERROR on Page 2) cops are coming!"

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review a decision overturning Shaping 'Platform'Opposing
conviction of the Communist .

party of the United States for .: Vote Losses
failure to register under the

Internal Security Act. CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) Stands
The refusal leaves the lower y I UIx :. Sen. Barry Goldwater, R.Ariz.,

court decision standing. 4. had notice today from three Republican
The Supreme Court's action governors that if he be- CLEVELAND Ohio (AP) opposing a civil rights declara-
was announced in a brief or- comes the GOP presidential Republican governors sought tion.

der that gave no reason. nominee he will have to alter agreement today on a statementof
Justice Byron R. White, formerly his conservative image or lose principles to be presented to of Nevada Gov. Grant Saw
yer moved
deputy attorney general, their big states in the November the GOP convention platform or kill, Babcock's table,
took no part in consideration of election. committee that ran contrary to Thiswas
New Planner Studies GainesvilleBill done on a party-line vote,
the case. some views of Sen. Barry Gold-
29-16, with the
The lower court's decisionwas Govs. Nelson A. Rockefellerof water. Democrats in the

1 by a three-judge panel of Mills, right, the first of three new members of the city planningstaff, gets New York, William W. Scran- Gov. Mark 0. Hatfield of Ore- majority.
here. from of Gainesville f Plan Director David Godschalk. Mills ton of Pennsylvania and George
the U.S. Court of Appeals some pointers a map rom gon, who is to be the keynote
The Justice Department had recently received his Masters degree in city and regional planning from the University Romney of Michigan spoke out speaker at the Republican Youth
asked the Supreme Court to of North Carolina. (Sun photo by EC die Davis.). Sunday at news conferences idential convention fa San Fran-pres- Cop

hear argument in the case and held in connection with today'sopening cisco, said in an interview that
of the 56th
reverse the lower court. Vote ProtestICynes Governors' Conference.annual national he and colleagues attending the Die in Wild
The appeals court held that Cyprus Problems 56th annual Governors' Confer-

the government had failed to Scranton said on a television ence hope to reach agreementon Gun

prove anyone! was available to -- By ..' broadcast and at a news conference the document. Battle
the party who could sign the that he is available'for the
registration statement without Rehashed for UN presidential nomi n a t f o n. He As tentatively drafted, the AMARILLO, Tex. (AP) A
Incriminating himself. Set TodayTALLAHASSEE edged a little further into the statement would call for a midnight exchange of gunfireat

Urging reversal of the deci- race at the urging of former strong declaration on civil speeds up to 85 miles-an

sion, the government appeal NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP-U.N. sion from the Turkish main. (APAtty.. President Dwight D. Eisenhower. rights, would advocate compul- hour along city streets killed a
questioned whether party offi- officials threshed out with rival land. The United Nations has Gen. James Kynes was scheduled sory Social Security and would patrolman and a 14- ear-old boy

cers may refuse to register for leaders of divided Cyprus today been unable to find any evidence to argue on Leon County Scranton said Republican can- urge that the United States retain riding in a stolen pickup, police

the party "when they cannot their final positions for a settlement to justify a state of emer- circuit court today over why didates are worried about win- its membership fa the United said.A.

possibly incriminate themselves of the civil strife and draft- gency. he should have won the Demo- ning fa their states if Goldwater Nations. 15-year-old boy was
because the statute prohibits ed a special report for U.N. The United Nations took a cratic nomination for attorney is the nominee. Goldwater, scheduled to visit wounded.

any information obtained by Secretary-General U Thant fora step designed to encourage general, instead of Rep. Earl Rockefeller said he is in the the conference to hear former Asst. Police
Council session June Turks to out from behind Chief Jim Keith
intro- Security come
from being
Faircloth of Dade
County. race until a better representative President Dwight D. Eisenhower said the two
17. their walls and travel without boys, armed witha
duced in evidence in a judicial of'the
moderate Republicans speak tonight, has aired
escorts through Greek territory.The The official canvass of the some shotgun and a rifle, started
proceeding. Three top political figures of comes along, and he madeit different views on these issues blazing
said "no plan to stop escorting was May 5 first primary gave Fair- away the patrol-
Anyway, appeal ,
the U.N. team dealing with the clear he doesn't think one in the campaign that has car- man, William
new leads to other informationcan announced Sunday night and a cloth the nomination by 599 Meadows, 23,
Greek-Turkish called firston
row ried him to the threshhold
of the
result (from registration) spokesman spelled it out more votes in one million cast. will.What gave pursuit. .
Greek President Archbishop had taken on the aspects Republican presidential nomi-
f (See COURT on Page 2)) Makarios and later sought the clearly today. He said special Kynes attacked the voting In Sunday of a "Stop-Goldwater" nation.He As Meadows sped across an
still would be .
4 views of Turkish Vice President escorts provided.A Alachua and Levy counties, movement rapidly was changinginto overpass, a slug smashed t
U.N. said the has opposed some provi
spokesman through the windshield
into his
Fazil Kuchuk. ,
Ask U.S.Action Greek Cypriot government has charging irregularities .and an effort by Republican sions of the civil rights bill pending forehead. His cruiser bounced
in the asking that those votes be moderates to Goldwater j
Taking part secret con- re get to
given assurances that travelerswill in the Senate. He has proposed to a halt against guard rails.
versations were Galo Plaza Las- jected. accept a strong civil dec-
not be molested and con- that Social Security be put He died later in a hospital.
In so, special representative of U voys from Turkish areas to port Rejection of the vote fa either laration in the party platform on a voluntary basis and has State (
Thant political adviser Alejan- and to of his highway patrolmen had _
; some
for those inessential
export or bringing county could change the resultof said the United States ought to
dro Flores, and Jose Rolz Bennett ideas, such Social heard the radio communications i.
as making
R supplies will be .the election and ,give Kynes get out of the United Nations if 1
and fell In behind '
St. AugustineJACKSONVILLE deputy to Dr. Ralph J. cleared. Security voluntary. pickup,
the nomination.In it admits Red China.
riddling the rear with bullets.
Bunche. After a day in which GOP
Alachua County, Kynes moderates flailed The Republicans were unableto Shots hit their car, and two oth- f
(AP) At- The political activity was conducted away at Gold-
said, grand jury report listed reach final agreementson er city cruisers that had Joinedthe
torneys for St. Augustine Negro in an atmosphere seemingly Find Missing a water, Gov. Mark 0. Hatfield of any
4,472 voters as having regis- their proposed statement faa chase.
derponstrators asked a federal relaxed in contrast to the Oregon summed it up as "an
judge today to take custody of weekend excitement aroused by tered improperly and called exercise in sheer futility." He three-hour closed session. But Ten miles later, tires punctured I
39 persons arrested recently by Greek Cypriot fears of an invaKate Navy Plane upon the supervisor of registration said he thinks Goldwater's nom- they produced a solid party vote the pickup slammed into /
... local officers in the nation's old- to correct the discrepancies ination is certain. in an effort at the opening session a ditch.

est city. Smith CHARLESTON, S. C. (AP) by Sept. 1. Goldwater said fa Chester, Pa., of the conference to embar- Jimmy May was dead of three/ '
I. Most of those arrested were A Charleston Coast Guard base In a letter before the first where he accepted honorary rass the Democrats on the civil wounds fa the back and neck. I

Involved in sit-in demonstra. spokesman said today a Coast primary, Kynes said the Alachua degree from Pennsylvania Military rights issue. Felix Fesmire, 15, identified as
tions at St. Augustine in the past Severely Cut Guard helicopter had spotted County registration apparently College, that he would be GOP Gov. Tim Babcock of the driver, was shot but not ser
two weeks. wreckage of a missing Navy was sufficient for the first glad to talk to Scranton and oth- Montana moved to restore the iously wounded in the shoulder.
In addition to removal of the WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. Skyraider off the South Carolina primary.In er leaders about the issues."I convention's resolutions committee Keith said officers did not

f cases from state to federal (AP-Singer) Kate Smith was coast. Levy County, Kynes charged think I can safely say thatI abolished last year bya know the boy's ages at the time
court, the petitions also asked severely cut when she walked The Coast Guard said the that 17 improper absentee can run' on a'platform that vote of the Democratic major of the shooting.He .
that the district court set reason- through a plate glass door Sun wreckage was sighted in the ballots were counted fa Fair- would contain the civil rights ity to prevent a conference fili said the pair had left Boys

) able bonds. They said current day.Dr. ocean between Charleston and cloth's favor. (See BARRY on Page 2)) buster by Southern: governors (See CHASE on Page Z)
bonds of $1,500 to $3,000 are excessive Walter R. Newbern, said Myrtle Beach and was identified
; 25 stitches were required to as a plane which disap-
x The action also contends Sheriff close the wounds. The accident peared Sunday on a flight from
L. 0. Davis of St. Johns occurred at a home where Miss Jacksonville, to Quonset Point, 2nd Jet Downed in Laos .
County has inflicted "cruel and Smith, 55, has been in seclusion R. L -
unusual" punishment by keeping since the recent death of Ted The spokesman said two bod

prisoners in a special, fenced Collins, her longtime managerand ies were in the wreckage.
area behind the jail friend. Three men were aboard the VIENTIANE, Laos, (AP) partment said the reconnaissance
plane when it left Jacksonville. Communist groundfire knocked flights would be continuedwith
second U.S. jet Copter Rescues Pilot; U.S. fighter escorts. The
Aboard the missing plane down the Navy ,
Thousands Mob Ganges R. were Ens. William M. Goolsby, in two days over Laos Sunday, armed escorts were ordered

I. 27, of ((1548 Duval Rd.) Ocala, but the pilot was safely lifted First Airman Still SoughtThe Saturday after the loss of
Fla.; Lt. (j.g.) Edwin H. Strain, out of the red-held jungle. Lynn's plane near Ban Ban, 25
; As Nehru's Ashes Strewnnewsmen 25, of ((12 Vassar Dr.) Rome, U.s. officials hoped to continue miles northeast of the Plaine

Ga., and Lt. (j.g.) William F. an air search today for the des Jarres.
India AP the first but a pilot, Cmdr. Doyle W. isolated terrain apparently was The downing of the two planes
ALLAHABAD, ( ) and government offi- Trozzo Jr., 30, of Rillton, Pa. pilot of plane,
.i. Thousands of grieving Indians cials, but police beat them back. The Skyraider left 'Jacksonville heavy cloud cover hung over Lynn of La Mesa, Calif., was not known. created a new sense of urgency
plunged into the Ganges River About half a million persons at 5 ajn. (EST) and was Vientiane. The monsoon season rescued by a U.S. heliCopterand Red China charged that U.S. among U.S. officials In Wash-
> in a frenzied stampede today as crowded to the river banks or due to arrive at Quonset Point. has set in. flown back to the Kitty jet fighters fired two rockets at ington. President Johnson met
< the ashes of the late Prime Min- waded in. The temperature hit at 10:30 a.m. It last reported its Both planes were shot down Khang Khay, Pathet Lao head- at the White House with his top
j ister Nehru were strewn on In. 107 degrees and scores collapsed. position at 7 a.m. to Charleston. east of the Plaine des Jarres Hawk, an embassy spokesmansaid. quarters on the Plain des advisers Sunday. Secretary of
(, the Jarres. There was no mentionof Defense Robert S. McNamara
dia's holy rivers.I Others were injured by area, recently overrun by
damage or casualties. abruptly cancelled an appear
police clubs. Pathet Lao. Both were Crusader detailsof
At least one woman drowned u.s. officials gave no Reliable sources in Vientiane ance at Ohio University's com-
Nehru's wilted the of miles an
family, by jets capable 1,000
before police, wielding clubs WHERETO the jungle rescue, but it was mencement exercises.
said Laotian air force T28 fight-
j. heat and almost,deafened by the hour. They were operating from that
unofficially reported several
] from boats, forced swimmers river the carrier : Hawk in the, er-bombers armed with ,ma- *
uproar, went out into the FIND IT Kitty helicopters had, been badly *
j I and waders to the shore. Four chine guns are providing cover
In an amphibious army vehicleto South .China Sea. shot in an attempt to find
3 were killed in a stampede up i
persons for the U.S. reconnaissance
\ Sunday as Nehru's ashes strew the ashes. Comics . . 1X The second jet was armed the other pilot, .Lt. Charles F. planes. Told to Shoot

|1 were brought from New Delhi. sobbed"Babuji (father) is gone," Classified 11-13 reconnaissance and accompanying an unarmed Ktasmann, 30, of San Diego, Premier Souvanna Pbouma's WASHINGTON (AP) U.s.
Nehru's'daughter, Mrs. plane over central
;J i The mourning thousands, Indira Gandhi, as she boardedthe Entertainment 11 Laos., The United States Calif. neutralist government orderedthe jet fighter planes operating over
Obituaries . 2 reconnaissance protection after consulta- Laos were reported today to
:* dressed In the white homespun vehicle. has been conducting photographic Klusman was on a -
; cotton of India's poor,' mobbed Her sons, Rajiv and Sanjas, Opinion Page . 4 flights over Communist flight when his plane was tions with U.S. Embassy offI- have orders to fire on Communist .

:I. .'. a floating platform and it sank emptied the urn of Nehru's ashes Sports .. . .78Women' positions since May. 17 at the hit He was reported to have cials in the wake of the loss of military installations when

tinder their weight. Scores tried at a point'where the.Ganges . 5 request of the neutralist Premier parachuted safely,. but his exact the two American planes.In necessary to protect unarmed

I ft climb in boats filled with and the Jumna riveri meet, 4 +Sou'vanna.Phouma.. landing spot in the rugged, Washington, the State _De- photo reconnaissance aircraft.

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UF ,Ceremonies Voted Down, I I .. the SUN !

HILLSDALE, Mich. (AP) u a' II
Forty-four University Flo- who was graduated with honors' established by the Florida As- ZONESA Fhe[ Essex Wire Corp.: strike .
elation of Obstetricians and ALACHUA GENERAL Helen Wells, Mrs. Emily Rob-
rida medical students officially Lowell A. Steinfeld, Dayton Partly cloudy and warm tonight noved into a 101st day today
became doctors Sunday after- Beach, who received the Joh /necologists to honor Dr. W. and Tuesday. Low tonight U to \ Jane C, 1m arts, Mrs. Yadia Whiddon, John
72. High Tuesday 84 to tZ. Southerlywind after failure a proposed -
noon at graduation ceremonies B. Gorrie Award for th Thomas, Sr., a Gainesvil 8 to It knots. > ,u \ > to win strikers' BIRTHS I II Whiddon, Mrs. John Culpepper,

of the University's College of "Best all-round student showing .ecialist. ( BCD.E. Mostly fair \\ of.pact its full terms. approval I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith, Mrs. Margaret Haynes, Mrs.

Medicine. Six of, them earned promise of becoming a prac Sherrald L. Hayes, 810 Tublin through Tuesday. Low tonightnear wj I The strikers members of the P.O. Bx. 87, Chiefland, a boy; Janie Burke, Anthony Cleveland,

special recognition.The titioner of the highest type;' Jing, Fort Pierce a secon 70. High Tuesday 88 to % International Union, of Electrical -Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Sheffield, Irs. Lattie Browning, Mrs. Virginia -

new doctors took the and Peter V. Van Tassel, Tuscaloosa ear medical student, received 92. Mostly northwesterly Rt. 2 Bx. 78, Trenton; twin [ Curtis and daughter, Rejoice -

Hippocratic oath and will move Ala., who earned the Jie Roche Award as' the outstanding winds5tol2milesanhourthis Workers, sent the package boys; Mr. and Mrs. Brady R. Brazil, Mrs. Matthew
back their
immediately into internships at, Faculty Award_for Research. medical student in.his afternoon, becoming var- to bargaining com Lee Jr.; P.O. Bx. 364, Cedar Johnson and daughter, Mrs.

hospitals across the nation. Three new doctors received class. _, iable tonight and Tuesday. mittee Sunday night in. an action -Key, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Asbell, William Gager. James
Gainesville fG Mostly fair ,through Tues-. .. described by union repre- Burke SW Archer Rd. Hansford[ William Cranford
They bring to 207 the numberof awards excellence in various New doctors from Chance of a few showers Tuesday -. 2720 a ,
day. sentatives unanimous.
Florida doctors graduated.bythe medical specialties;. __ are Dr. Perry A. Foote, Jr., 517Sf afternoon. Lowtonight around as boy. Charles Hodges, Mrs. Lou G.
Moore Miami lOtiTst., sonof Dean Perry 70. High Tuesday 18 to 92.. Variable "The members were just as ADMITTED Crane, Betty Sue Surrency, Min
College since Its first grad' John A. received winds 5 to 15 miles an hour.H
uating class in :I960. _:' the Hugh and Cornelia A. Foote, Sr. and*'Dr. Charles day __with Partly some cloudy scattered through showers Tues _T$15, 28)unanimous walked as the day out (of March the Mrs. Beverly Kay Burke, nie Jordan.
Dr. Hugh Hill assistantdeanfor Carithers Award in Child Care A. Peterson 1728 NW 1st. 'Ave., mainly during morning hours. Low to- they" 3iai.tal Marie Kornhaber, Joan
Student Affairs in the ,College and Human Development the son :.of, Mr. and Mrs: Carl] .night o. Variable low 70s.wind High 5 to Tuesday 15 miles near anhour. plant, said George Gould, IUE Dolores Cribb, Robin Carol ROUNDUP

of Medicine, 'and Drv Rich, ,Lloyd'E.Hoffman: Jr.'Morris, 'eterson. j ClOUdy through TuesGAINESVILLE WEATHER international representative. Ross, Mrs. Lorena A. Hayes, City and county police report
I Partly Hillsdale Local 810 of the IUE
ard P. Schmidt, head of the: Ill., earned the H. Milton Rogers day. Low tonight 70 to HighMunicipal Airport readings Betty Lucille Mathis, Betty Sue the following arrests following

Department of Medicine the: Award endowed in ,the memory lore About erly Tuesday winds upper 5 to 80s.15 miles Mostly an hour this for'24 hours to 8 a.m. today: pulled out its 180 Essex Wire Surrency, Jeffrey Albert Cappe, accidents since late Saturday:

College spoke at the ceremony, of the St. Petersburg, Fla. doctor afternoon Tuesday., becoming, south to southeast High 89 at 4 pjn.:, low 68 at production workers in a.disputeover Mosby Dabney McCormick, Betty Lee Ray Harden, 1440 SE 4thSt.
with the
held in the J. Hillis Miller stud- for speciat'work in conge- K Partly cloudy Tuesday. Mostly 3-6 a.m.' No rain. a first contract Jean Foerst Colson Whit- charged with improper

itorium. nital heart disease. TerrorFrom fair ers. tonight.Low tonight Widely upper scattered 70s. show High ALMANAC company. field Martin, Mary Hellen Chil- parking that caused a minor accident -

Special awards went to David I Leo M. Flynn, Pensacola, was Tuesday upper 80s. South and soutn- czxzyr Sunset Gloria today three. .almanac........ 7:29 for p.m.Mon. Next steps to get the partiesback' lira, James Alfred Deas, Mar- at N.E. 5th A\ .nue and
hour --
Oliver Westmark, Pensacola, given the W. C. Thomas Award 1. west today,winds becoming I to south 15 miles to southeast an The Sunrise Moon tomorrow rises ................. 4:4 5:28..m.a.m. together were not yet vena Ann Davis, Margaret Jean 10th Street. Annie Mae King,
OW" clear.
Page Tuesday. tomorrow. It Is also at Perigee and Haynes, Barbara Ellen Northam Alachua, driver of the ether car,
TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE only 222,100 miles from the Earth Gov. George W.'Romney, who all of Gainesville; Melody charged with following too close.
It will be this year.
"That's not so sure any more. High Low Precip.I the New nearest '.. Tuesday night. played a big role in prior negotiations Anne Huggins, Alachua; Lind- Malcolm Sidney McCollum
j As long as you carry a club Jacksonville S6 65 .03 M'i'rNi'T' ii" had no immediate comment Davis Hawthorne
Whittington, student
DELEGATESI Miami 86 77 Vega high you're all right or have learned Atlanta Tampa 83(6 65 74 FORECASTNew on the new turn in events. ; Lillie Avilene S m i th, making an improper right turn

I : judo lessons," she answered. Orleans 87 6S Romney, shuttling between 'hiefland; Mrs. Juanita Hemingway causing a minor accident at
I didn't another word to Boston 77 60.21 EAST GULF: Variable winds 5 to Michigan and Cleveland for the
They William
say Newberry; and
: Washington 85 66 15 knots tonight becoming mostly West University 6th
FALLING IN LINE each other, but contact had Chicago Kansas I City 8S 77 ; .30 southerly Tuesday. Fair. National Governors Conferenceat Cranford, Cochran; FreddieLee Street with Norman Gaskins of

been made and both seemed Denver 86 52 CEDAR KEY TIDES the Ohio city, returned to Baker Archer; Mrs. Faye Alachua.

happier for it. Los Ft. Worth Angeles t6 71 $7 74 Tuesday High at 1:20 a.m. and 12:20 Michigan Sunday night just in Nell Sheffield, Trenton; Mrs. Willie James Kater, Worthington -
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. committee meets Thursday and ,The Salvatore Raziano for- Seattla 56 48 J4 p.m. Low at 6:34 ..m. and 7:36 p.m. time to hear of the union's ac Christine Williams, High Springs, charged with fail-

Barry Goldwater's drive for Re- is expected to name 10 at-large mula for subway safety is simple tion. Romney had a breakfast Springs; Mabel Celia Larson, ure to have his vehicle under

publican presidential nominat- delegates favorable to Rockefeller : "I just put my eyes straight Five-Day Forecast date in Detroit today with for- Hawthorne; Mrs. Gloria Jeanette -control after flipping his truckat

ing delegates is expected to to go with the 76 district delegates ahead and leave them there. If mer Vice President Richard M. Lee, Cedar Key; Earl If. a curve on State Road 121

near the 600 mark this week as he won ,in last week's there's trouble. I close them FloridaFive Day Forecast 90 to 76 at Tallahssee; 89 to 72 Nixon. Walther Jr.; Live Oak; Mrs. north of LaCrosse.

146 delegates are chosen in 10 primary. The New York governor -put my head on my shoulderand Temperatures will average at Tampa; and 88 to 74 at Mi- \" Joan J. Dyal, Starke; David Gilbert Samuel Reed, Route 4,

states. also picked up five votes pretend to sleep." near normal for the five-day period -ami. Rainfall will average less Viet NamCatholics teronje Lane, Lake City; Martha Gainesville, charged with following -

Sunday from the Puerto Rican Raziano 63 old has than one inch in most sections Barry, High Springs; Ruby i too close after a minor accident -
With the GOP convention delegation. operated a skee-ball years ,poker : ending Saturday. The nor- with shower activity mainly in V. Wyrosdick, Archer. c on State Road 121 near

opening five weeks from today, Goldwater is expected to face the Island mal highs and lows range from the last part of the week. DISCHARGEDAndrew I the 1-75 construction.
on Coney
the Arizona senator has 535 first James Cheng, John Breaking and EnteringA
rough sledding in his attemptsto boardwalk for 22 years, and
ballot votes according to an As- Wayne Hardee, Judy P. Simmons possible breaking and entering -
muster support at the Minnesota takes the Independent Line Filibuster @bituarie In Protest
sociated Press. survey of delegates convention beginning subway home to the Kings High- Paul G. Busby, Fa c k I last night at Littlewood

already chosen. He needs Thursday, the Maryland convention Boyette, John S. Moody, William -:School is under investigation by
just 120 more-655-for a first Friday and the Connecticut -way station Brooklyn every Saturday evening.In night Move Is CAMILLE OGLETREEMrs. SAIGON, South Viet Nam Willis, Mrs. Mary E. Rose, I city police. The school was broken

ballot victory. (AP) Thousands of Vietna- Page B. Russell, Mrs. Carol into last weekend. Investi-
convention Friday and Sat- and Sunday morning policemen, Camille S. Ogletree, 71,
mese Roman Catholics demon- and Mrs.
son, Joyce ArI gating officers discovered an
Indications are that Goldwater -urday. At stake are 46 votes. both regular and Transit Authority Due of 601 E. University Ave. died strated for three hours in down- go and son, Mrs. Katherine Es- I,open door to the cafeteria last

will pick up enough votes But Goldwater is viewed by officers, were out in TodayWASHINGTON yesterday at Alachua General .I town Saigon Sunday, threatening tes, Mrs. Nancy Henley and son, night with marks indicating it

this week to boost his front run- political leaders in Missouri, force. But it was still a gamer's Hospital after an extended ill- the embattled country with new Mrs. Helen Rutledge, Mrs. Vera may have been pried open.Cotton's .

ning total near the 600 mark and Utah, New Mexico, Idaho and [ choice: on some trains APSen) -ness.Mrs. I religious-political turmoil. ''Collins, Whetstone Baby Boy, Minit Mart, 317 SW
Virginia as the likely winner of and platforms there were police .ate leaders plan to file today a i Ogletree was born in demonstrators carried
set the stage for the last two Many Mrs. Catherine Powell, Annie 4th Ave., reported an attempted
state conventions next week in most of their 58 votes to be decided on others with equally high petition to choke off the Southern Anniston, Ala. She was a resident -banners denouncing U.S. Ambassador Brown, Baby Girl Sheppard, breaking and entering at 12:55:

Montana and Texas. in conventions Friday and crime rates there were none. filibuster against the civil of Gainesville since 1919. Henry Cabot Lodge, although Robin C. Ross, Melody Ann a.m. yesterday.

Saturday. And it made a difference.J rights bill. She was a member of the First organizers of the rally Huggins, Joan D. Cribb, Chan- An attempted breaking and

Goldwater will be favored to There are other matters to be Riders late at night or early The filing will lead to a crucial -Presbyterian Church. said the anti-Lodge bannerswere tal Kornhaber, Patrick E. Gif entering at 21st Street and

win most of those delegates, apparently -settled at state conventions this in the morning appeared to be I vote Wednesday on whetherto Service will be at 11 a. m. not authorized. fin, Lillian C. Picknell. Hawthorne Road was reported

giving him enough to week: trying to fade into and become I invoke the Senate's cloture tomorrow at the Frist Presbyterian Other banners called Buddhism Saturday night by Charles CornelL -
win the nomination.But Indiana Republicans will part of' their seats on trains I Church with the Rev. U. an ally of communism. A ALACHUA GENERAL
rule under which further debate
I -
nominate a Senate candidate S. Gordon officiating. Burial will few placards thanked the United June 5,1964BIRTHS
where there were no police. I.
Sen. Thurston B. Morton, from a field of three and a gubernatorial -Where there were officers, or ], on the bill and all amend- be in Evergreen Cemetery. States for its aid in the figh Fire Calls
R.Ky., said Sunday he thought! ments would be limited to one friends call at the Wil- At 1:32: Sunday an electric .
candidate from a even conductors, passengerswere i may against Communist guerrillas. I Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hemingway p.m.
Goldwater would be from 80 to hour for each senator.In .
iams-Thomas Chapel until 10 motor shorted, causing a
field The demonstrators and
of seven. Two congressmenare more animated. anti-Lodge Newberry, a girl; Mr.
100 votes short of a first ballot .a.m. Tuesday. accused the ambassador of Davis small fire at 212 SW 3rd Ave.
in the running-Rep. Don- hopes of winning the tw6- sup- Mrs. Raymond E. Rt. 2, I
nomination, and he envisioned aid C. Bruce for the Senate and thirds majority necessary to put Pallbearers are L. G. Lee, porting the Buddhists in their Box 361, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ave.A.

"quite a contest." Rep. William G. Bray for gov- Two Charged the rule into effect, leaders J. A. Chadwick, J. C. AdkinsJr. campaign against President Ngo John Bon ace, 1908 N.W. 3rd flooded carburetor caused a

While attention is on the GOP ernor. ,Democrats meeting yielded to the demands of a ., Earle A. Taylor Jr., Nat I Dinh Diem's regime, which was Ave., a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Tho- minor fire in a 1956 automobile
In Gantz and Wilbur Bishop. ;at 1210 NE 12th St. at 7:39
overthrown last November p.m.
presidential nomination race, Thursday and Friday, are expected group of Republicans to permitthe mas Paladino, Hampton, a
I Survivors include her husband Diem his and of and Mrs. William i yesterday.
candidates for two governor- to renominate Sen. Vance Senate to vote first on some family many boy; Mr.
Truck Crash O. B. Ogletree and two his leading officials were Roman Archer Mr.
ships, three Senate seats and 10 Hartke for a second term and key amendments to the House- Wyrosdick, a ;
Warren and O. Jr.
B. all
sons, ,
Catholics and the church and Mrs. Delmar Northam, 231S.
choose nominee
a gubernatorial
House seats will be decided by passed bill.Under .
from five candidates. The driver of a wrecked laun- of Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. have a favored position under E. 70th St., a girl.
voters or party conventions in among
William A. Ritchie, Jacksonville
five states. Utah-Republicans will either dry truck and a passenger he an agreement nailed hi3 regime. ADMITTED
I endorse or nominate candidates, said grabbed the wheel were down Saturday, debate on these Beach; and five grandchildren. The demonstration brought out Carol Sue Boniface, Melvin

Goldwater's post-California for Senate, House and governor.' both charged by the Sher- amendments will be limited to The family requests that con- an estimated 40,000 persons on Stevens, Julia Hill, Henry
tributions be made to the Can-
primary drive got under way Under a new state law, the top ff's Department Saturday afteran four hours each. The votes on cer Fund in lieu of flowers. the morning after the sentencingof Smith, James Richard Crum,

( over the weekend at State conventions two men at the convention go on accident on State Road 20 them will be taken Tuesday. a Catholic army officer whose Sue Moreland all of< Gaines-
near Rochelle. troops fired on Buddhist demon- -
in Colorado Alabama ville.
j I Washington and Hawaii, and at the: August primary ballot Unless Council Tetstone Jr., Starke, All this suggests a possibly decisive Man Charged strators in Hue last year. Eight Ruth Marie Paladino, Hampton
of them
one gets an en- was charged with failure to turning point in the long died in the clash, which
a pair of district conventions in With AssaultJohnny persons ; Pearl Louise Andrews, Ar-
dorsement of the
80 cent
Virginia. Combined with some by per have his vehicle under control legislative battle, now in its 73rd set off the Buddhist campaign cher; Fannie Nelson, Hi i g h
state convention delegates. after the Ideal Laundry truck day and 14th week. against Diem.
minor vote shifts in Iowa and There two candidates Herbert Wales, 1105 Springs.DISCHARGED
are only he driving swerved off the 37
was Maj. Dang Sy, was sen.
the District of Columbia, he net- for the Senate-Rep. ShermanP. With. the Senate moving toward NE 9th Ave., was charged with
road and sideswiped tree. tenced to life imprisonment.
a pine Mrs. Eva Griffin, David Shaw,
ted 65 votes, according to the Lloyd and Ernest L. Wilkinson a showdown on civil rights aggravated assault yesterdayafter
The truck, valued at $3,000, wasa Some Catholics think he is being
AP survey based on primary former president of Brig- total loss. the House will take up Tuesdaya an early morning auto offered as a scapegoat to South u0wr ,

1 commitments, pledges, instructions -' ham Young University. Neither He told deputies that a passenger $3.5-billion foreign aid author- chase through north Gaines- Viet Nam's Buddhist majority. Gainesville Sun

1 or stated preference. is expected to get 80 per cent. Horace Hollingsworth, ization bill. This is the full ville.Wales

The field shaped this way: Five men seek the nod for gov 43, was intoxicated and grabbed amount asked by Pres dent an employe of Crevasse's Melon Report Saturday Published, and evenings Sunday except mornings -

I ernor, including former Gov. J. the wheel. Hollingsworth, of Johnson in what he termed a Nursery, and a companion by the Gainesville Pub-

Goldwater 535 I Bracken Lee, State Publicity Director -. Route 2, Gainesville, was cnarg--"barebones request. Harry Dana Braswellof LAKELAND Slow demand lishing Company at 101 SE,2nd
Nelson A. Rockefeller 128, D. ed with Branford, charged with disorderly and weaker watermelon Place Gainesville Florida. C
James Cannon and being a public drunk. a
i On tap for Hous action laterin and entered as second class
conduct arrested
William W. Scranton 85 I former iI were market was reported over the
GOP National Commit. I the week is to matter at the Post Office at -
a measure extend -'
Henry Cabot Lodge 45 I teeman Michell Melich. after Dewey Floyd Taylor said weekend by the Federal-State Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION ,
Richard M. Nixon 15 Connecticut Driving Class for another year beyond he was assaulted with a soft Market News Service.
Republicans RATES BY
June 30 of federal
a variety excise -'
drink bottle.
Margaret Chase Smith 15 Prices yesterday per hundredweight -! CARRIER OR MAIL
are expected to nominate former -
For YouthsTo taxes imposed during the Taylor also told police that a MAqE
.Favorite sons 93: I Gov. John Davis Lodge were: 12-13 lb. average,, 1 Week .45
Iy Korean war. Involved is an esti of his 3 Mos.
companion Loretta Abbott $5.85All EE
209 I few 17-25 lbs.
Uncommitted $1.75-2.25, higher; I
without opoosition for the Sen-
mated $1.9 billion in federal rev-'I was kicked down the stairsof
Indiana Republicans meet today -ate seat held by Thomas J, Commence enues. his home in the scuffle. 2252.75, mostly $2.25-2.50; 26- mail subscriptions must CALL NOW !
be paid in advance.
and Tuesday to elect 32: Dodd. Dodd already has won I I 32 Ibs., $3-3.50, occasionally Member of Audit Bureau of

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New York's Republican state. House seats. Students may attend either of set bed clothing afire Sun- King was in New York. rolled unsold. JTCMUUCU.COMMMTEVERYBODY'S

South Carolina Democratsvote two classes which will be con- day night in a cottage rented King, director of the Southern
; for the summer by Dr. Martin Christian Leadership Confer-
ducted at 9 aim and 1:30
in a primary election Tuesday p.m.
; Luther King who has said he ence, was here Friday for :
More AboutCourt six House candidates.I The regular summer driving z l

Only on two of the incumbents program starts Wednesday, may summon a "nonviolent conference with Negroes. _ l tJ( } f

Robert T. Ashmore and W.J.B. June 15 at GHS, also with ses- I I ....... .......
Dorn have sions at 9 and 1:30.: Students -
primary opposition.But '
there's a four-way race for who plan to enroll should reporton I TALKING '[
Trusted for
the 15th for final generations
From Page 1 the nomination to the seat vacated registration. ABOUTTHESEARTICLES 1 ._ .

by Robert W. Hemphill, _
since party officials have publicly -. who quit to become a federal The course is open to all persons IN THE NEW ISSUE OF .-
I ages 14-19, who have not I '
stated their positions. judge. i iI LOOK MAGAZINE. .
/ '
Further, the appeal stated I completed a course in driver ed Timely

"there Is not the slightest zeasontorejectinthiscase .. ucation. There is no registration I Money Help
l the 'More AboutChase fee :'. I
ordinary rule that an organlza: Household Finance has been keep. II II I :

c tion can find attorneys or other Store Theft ing pace with changing money I L
I agents to act for it" 1 __
needs since 1878. And today HFC
The party had been fir'$12oxm -] r.t
for falling to list wth: From Page 1 : Brings Term brings modern money service to t r.I.

Li the Justice Department the over 2 million people every year. I. YEARS
': names of its officers and members -: Ranch, a welfare organization Wayne Brooks, found guilty in Borrow confidently from the old

I the amount and sources of: which often cares for orphans circuit court of breaking and est and largest company of its kind YOUNG TANK LIEUTENANT'S NIGHTMARE IN NORMANDY;

its income, the amount and l and delinquents, earlier in the entering Wilson's.Department: I -Household Finance. .
I purposes of its expenditures, day. Police were investigating Store early this year, was sentenced HOW HE SURVIVED; THE LIFE ,HE BUILT AFTERWARD

l and the location of its printing: the possibility the pair may to five years at Raiford Borrowupto$600 .

j The fine set aside have robbed farm and State Prison Friday.
presses. was a family Take up to :24 monthsto I
,I by the court of appeals ,dec, shot a cowboy. Circuit Judge George Patten repay INGRID BERGMAN: STRANGE NEW ROLE
sentenced Brooks to Raiford after -
The Clyde Kohler family
I : reported -
J 1'I sion.The listing was required when two boys held them up also finding him guilty of an MILLIONAIRESS SCHEMES DIRE REVENGE AGAINST

J f. an order by the Subversive ActIvities -, Sunday night and stole their attempted escape from the Ala- Aik about Credit Life Iiuumncc on bull at group nte LOVER WHO BETRAYED HER: PREVIEWED IN COLOR
Control Board against. pickup. chua County: JaiL

f the party became final in 196L Kohler said the pair cut their Wayne Chapman, a companion HOUSEHOLD FINANcE GOVERNMENTHOW
:l The order was upheld by the telephone wire, took some am- of Brooks, earlier was sentenced CIA: THE INVISIBLE

Supreme Court when it upheld. munition and left after saying to a six-month to 15-year oJ OUR SPIES WORK: COUNTERFEIT BUSINESS FIRMS,
I constitutionality of the Regis- they had shot a man earlier. term in Raiford on a grand larceny -
., tration Act. The high court did Headquarters of the LIT charge and a one year 107 W. University Ave., 2nd Floor TOURISTS SECRET INFLUENCE ON WAR AND PEACE

f not rule, however, on what the, Ranch reported one of their term to be served concurrently PHONE: FRanklin 6-4524 '

consequences would be if the:cowboys did not return from a on the breaking' and entering :i Eicr 1 LOOK- TOOAY-BCST-SEUJNa- MAGAZINE IN ITS F LD>1==
party failed to register. hunting trip. charge.

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Plans to Orbit Receiver :

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University of Florida radio

I astronomer Alex G. Smith today

announced plans for an or- .. f : .. a 8Nq
biting radio receiver to monitor

the planet Jupiter's powerful .
I and 'mysterious radio waves. j

I !I Space The Administration National Aeronautics is support-and

ing the project. It will be mount :
ed in a satellite of the Eccentric Vq ,

f Geophysical Observatory a ujftw seetke ,
: (EGO) Series with a system of = you
antennas that will be extended ':
r r in orbit. .

f ) Last month Dr. Smith, professor I'y" ADMIRAL
of physics and astronomy ..
startled colleagues of the .:! .
" ( American Physical Society in
Washington with his discovery .
r. that Jupiter seemed to have 'jf'.' ? M I DUPLEX If.
"drastically" slowed its spin "
{ by 1.3 seconds. 4 Foot

I I, Smith,of a low pioneer frequency in the radio research t.;:_[:'::-;:;:,:' _.. 35%"

waves from the densely clouded x a
'f .,.
I planet, wants to know why Ju- yC "'-;.. SUB-ZERO FREEZER r'C
: piter's pace has slowed.He ...'. 41 ;" HOLDS 246 LBS.I P ffEEci

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said his -
device must shoot)beyond the Dr. Alex Smith and oscilloscope he will use in SHELVES .... ., '
> earth's ionosphere to record radio building radio receiver to pick up Jupiter's signals REFRIGERATOR!
frequencies below five meg from orbiting UP-FRONT z
., acycles. The EGO is expected 1 1I DOOR STORAGE I : --' 4g". .4 till, GLIDE-OUT
to carry it into orbit in two or space probes passing near I tions on University of Florida : SHELF
three years, at an orbit altitudeof Jupiter. campus and a spot 20 miles t r ran
at least 600 miles. I Available*Ith ; is .. PANTRY DOOR"
The EGO will serve as a fa- from Santiago, Chile and has
these optional'
"From information gathered cility for experiments by other maintained the longest contin- luxury features: STORAGE
about these low frequencies, we scientists as well, Smith said. uous study of the radio wavesin Optional Features:
hope to pinpoint the location He believes the satellite will I 4tll
the world. They were first J # ;
and cause of Jupiter's power- ride an Atlas rocket into orbit, DEFROSTING t S .
ful radio waves. The satellite's launched from Cape Kennedy. picked up in 1955. The new station IN fREEZER t j GLIDE-OUT
data would give a basis for Smith's project will be the only will be in a deep valley 300 .>. V t.. P FRUIT BASKET
determining the total radio en- one specifically devised to miles north of Santiago.Dr. AUTOMATIC
j' ergy output by the planet. It monitor Jupiter's radio waves. Smith's research team for ICE MAKER ,,oV 4 VV -7 GLIDE-OUT
may ,even tell us that Jupiter Dr. Smith has been listening MEAT KEEPER
1 fff
j' is the strongest radio energy to Jupiter since 1956 from sta- the satellite listening project in- I GLIDE-OUT = av c '
; j Ecurce in the solar system cludes Carl N. Olsson, assistant I BASKET .t i f flTiiI1rftt y SOX-DOZEN
w f even stronger than the sun," professor of physical sciencesand t. _, EGG BASKET
Smith said. She's Lucky astronomy at the University I
who Is in charge of can I \
The waves are so powerful (t
f thai they could be.ustd to guide In Gem Hunt tro tim at the new station in : ; ,
Chile; graduate students George I II
space probes to the planet I
Smith believes. They could even FRANKLIN, N.C. (AP) A Lebo, Chicago, 111., and Wilbur I'I
i. disrupt the effectiveness of oth- :ruby estimated to be worth Block, Gainesville, who will I
conduct observations in Chile. I
4,325 was found by a Georgia
Dr N. F. Six, University of FA CHOOSE YOUR
} Cardinal housewife on a weekend gem Florida postdoctoral research ter M --r-.......,..., OWN TERMS
hunt at the Old Shuler mine associate, now of Huntsville, I V ." FROM SEVERAL PAYMENT
On Mission ear here. Ala., arrived on campus this \ I MODEL NO 1945XV. PLANS McOUFFI OFFERED
I, week to participate in the design BY
Cardinal Mrs. David Stock, 30, of Dawson of the orbital receiver. "
BOSTON (AP-Augustin) -
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Bea, president of the Vatican's Ga., bought six buckets of i4 II 4 r HGUARANTEED .
t dirt for $1 at the mine and found L ALLOWANCES
Promoting \ _!.!.
Christian Unity, arrives in Bos Ii ruby weighing 86.50 carats. I "For \ Sits In the same space as your old refrigeratorgjtt. I IN TOWN

ton: today on a "secret mis- Mrs. Stock, wife of a ladies A
t 1 sion." I If' ready-to-wear dealer, called it onIY.- \ i1 n /\ Gives you 19 cu. ft. of storage nearly twice the storage
f'. The 83-year-old cardinal told j"a gift of God." Cents \ t. U { / space of most ten-year-old models
, newsmen when he left Rome
Sunday only ,that he was "go- The mine charges a set fee' Per INO -
secret mission. When J lor tourists to try their luck. ADMIRAL MARK QUA ,: HftvJGHO'T TIiE'W fUJ
ing on a Your Home Can Have ...... -
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I can say more." shop in this area, estimated -I "COMPLETE"Pest
Richard Cardinal Cushing, : the value of Mrs. Stock's I '
I' Roman Catholic archbishop of ,ruby at $50 a carat.NOW I Control ServiceOne EXTRA WIRING
Boston, who will be his host :
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= ( Sun Scranton: Man of Candor

.. THE .
2fom dark Gimta state, Scranton has typifiedthe the turgid political air by an area of ancient fratricidal I
M JOHN R. HARRISON PrtsMtfll and
limitation. uttering a seldom-noted fact party strife which was not
.... ED JOHNSOX., Vie PrciUtBttut That was emphasized at his that "there are compara composed until Scranton accomplished -
_.' ExcratlT KdlUri W. G. CBffll WASHINGTON Every news conference last week, tively little differences be- that as a condi-
Florida's Beautiful EBEKSOLE. Vie. Presldta and .A4vcrllsbf time William Warren Sranton after Senator Goldwater's capture -- tween various Republi can tion of his standing for office I
: 'University City' gt Directors BOB TARTAR RALPH McGILL I opens his mouth he .says of the 86 California delegates leaders and various Democratic first for Congress, then t
LONE Vie. PMiUeai *a* cire.le.flea -
rulltier. Prim Winning PabUihtrOf something sensible. And he to the Republican Na- leaders." on a state-wide scale for :-
tk Atiut (Ga.) CMlUt.tIoa
makes his meaning clear. tional Convention stimulatednew He did not add that this is Governor.
THE SUN'S POLICY This is unusual in the super- pressures on Scranton by why national party platformscan !
AgonyWithout heated state of the presidential the Senator's last-ditch opponents -' usually be constructedwith "LACKWANNA COUNTY," -
I the fully and Impartially In the. news columns.
Report of 1964 the
politics more .
to encourage a Stop- sufficient footing for any he remarked to this correspondent r
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In--editorials.
because the Governor of
so nominee and those
controversial Issues. Goldwater effort. probable "offered the best political
3. Publish all sides of important
",- Pennsylvania is a comparative The Governor firmly main opponents who must stand for education one could
i The Sun's telephones: All Department] -372-8441 .. newcomer in the field. tained his refusal to do that. office with him. But there are possibly get anywhere. There t
Want Ads-376-4672 .-..: '. But Scranton has been in The comments he made were so many instances of this fa- politics has been subject to taU
office long enough to disposeof clearly stated and sensiblean cadetype political carpentrythat practical applications. It ,
the explanation that his attribute conspicuouslyabsent the point is self-evident. in no way resembles the su- ,
I Ecstasy candor, clarity and common in, the violently Scranton did, however, take burbs of Philadelphia or Chi-
A City Sick at Heart sense are merely the normal adverse appraisals of Gold- the conventional refuge of the cago. I began to be a close tt

WASHINGTON D.C. The traits of infancy in politicsthat water that many other Reel trade from an inquiry about observer of the game as it is
United States became experience will teach him publicans, most Democratsand his differences with Senator played there when I was still f
Gainesville has downtown prob- would double or triple the present involved in Laos during heavily the to inhibit. The reasoning on a large section of politi- Goldwater over the philosophy a boy." !
lems. figure. As yet the situation is "struc- Eisenhower administrat Jon. which this explanation restsis cal writers have made."I of the pending equal Scranton's news conference .

turally malleable." Almost any design From the 1950s into the present that, if the Governor's di- rights legislation. He said he comment on the "comparaI I

I The downtown the area that for the future which the city political and ideologicalchaos rectness were the best way DONT KNOW of any did not 'precisely know" tively little political differences -
area, adopts can be carried out with reasonable has, with but few inter- to obtain and hold popular extremely basic differences" Goldwater's "views on this," between various Repub-
._ should be a booming, bustling busi-, missions, been the rule. The support, the successful politi- (between the Senator and although the Senator has lican leaders and various
expense. But a waiting pol- cians who have avoidit made them clearer than Democratic leaders" has
ness center, is in fact a motheaten, late Secretary of State Dulles come to himself) said'Scranton. "Bothof a
0 icy is futile and costly. Time cures applied his "domino" theoryto would not constitute the us believe in a strong for- many of his others. In wide- practical bearing on the plat-
dilapidated, unreconstructed relic ofa some problems-but not the diseaseof Southeast Asia. If one domino overwhelming majority in eign policy. At least I gather ly-publicized statements, the form to be adopted at San

small-town past. Its deterioration dilapidation.Not were pushed over, the oUr their trade. that from my statements and most recent at San Diego, Francisco. Some view a con-
depresses the spirit, dampens city ers all fell. his. Both of us believe in gov- there is indeed "an extremely flict over this as certain and
THERE IS PLENTY of ernment's levels of action be- basic difference" with the irreparable if Goldwater is
pride discourages prospective investors credit has been Laos has never been trulya
enough givento for this Governor both the the nominee. And of
nation. It is not justification cynicismin ing as strong as possible on on philoso- a group
country, or
-- and downgrades the status. of the few business firms that have one_ today. It likely will never past and present political the local levels, then on the ply and details of the legisla- his determined Republican

f the entire community. refurbished, remodeled, or rebuilt be. A beleaguered France history. But there are enough state, and finally on the fed- tion. opponents are preparing to
; -- their establishments. They deserve a gave it "independence"' in examples to the contrary to eral levels. center their fight on the plat-

J .:: The rim of the city has been extended "medal of honor" for setting a pat- 1949. The landlocked, mountainous limit the application of the Acknowledging that he was PERHAPS HIS analysis for form in the event they have
J generality. And thus far, as sure he would differ with the news conference of what failed to "Stop Goldwater.
and the "spokes of the wheel"have area had once been a
= tern which others should follow. We
of the Indo-China union a member of Congress, as Goldwater on methods of implementing he would consider a conven- But if convention history
; 3 been lengthened. But it takes always turn in with pride and plea- part and since 1883, a French pro-, Governor and as the established their common at- tion "draft" for the vice pres- repeats itself, the predicted
more than the expansion of corporate sure at the attractive "fronts" of tectorate. Its religion is Bud- party leader in his titudes, Scranton refreshed idential nomination furinshed lethal struggle will, as Scran-
limits and the mushrooming of su- these enterprising firms. dhist and animism. the best illustration of Scran- ton intimated, be dissipatedby
burbs to make a thriving city. If the ton's candor, clarity and com- verbiage in which the fac-
BELOW OLYMPUS mon sense in the public discussion tional "differences" be
;. development of the metropolitan But if past experience proves any- IT IS A region of tribal By ...InterlandiI of political matters.He presented in the customaryloose

I community is to be orderly and thing, not only here but in other groups. Laos is an example of will not, he said, considerhis form that commits a
the slow evolution of ethnic
II sound, it must be healthy at the hub. cities that have had the same "heart groups toward a commonly selection by the presidential nominee to a statement of

I sickness' an all-out unified assaulton shared culture and loyalty. Today nominee as a draft, or "principles" which he will interpret

= Fortunately the city fathers and the problem, with expert plan- the people would like to iIJPFI from the convention if the as he chooses.In .
the progressive-minded civic groups ning and direction and be left alone. They do not wantus I nominee has "manipulated"it.
top-level cooperation -
/4 the Russians or the Com- It must be genuine, a spon- 1960 Richard M. Nixon
are showing serious concern. The will be necessary. munists. They have no com- taneous demand from the del- gave notice of this intention

Community conscience is beginning \ prehension of ideology beyond Fr: egates, in which circum- and John F. Kennedy reserv-
.f1 : to respond. The Plan Board, the We know that high-level conversa- that of the philosophic, medi- I stances alone will he accept. ed in action the timing and

: City Commission, the Chamber of tions are going on and we hope tative neutralism of Bud- Nothing could be more specific selection of executing the
It1& out of the usual "immediate action"
Ifr\ or more pledgesof
II Commerce, downtown business interests that something more tangible than Q
pattern. Los Angeles.In .
out of theUroyal"
I and a number of community talk will We shall have developed
emerge. more family of the major r f These characteristics are 1952 General Eisenhower
: leaders are putting their heads together to say later about possible practical tribes. This was fostered by = not, however, as new as their encountered no difficulty in
I : and doing some constructive approaches. What we want empha-- France. Colonialism under- o ; I .i revelation and his professional standing on a platform de-

, I i r : thinking. That kind of thinking, size now is that a concerted and de- standably found it easier to ; r career. His background in signed in the expectation that
politics does not date from the nominee would be RobertA.
backed by resolution will lead to establish a government by
; : termined attack on the problem of ----
recognizing leading family. his entrance into office as a Taft.
f constructive action. downtown reconstruction is a Num- These Laotian a generalitieswould member of Congress in 1960, Franklin D. Roosevelt was

ber One Necessity. apply with variations, but from his childhood. Whilehe only three months in the
j Good hard sense, supported by to all of Southeast Asia. South was growing up his mother White House when he junked

T dollars-and-cents argument, dictates That Gainesville is a city sick at Viet Nam is divided by religion was an active Republican entirely the Chicago platformof
/ r I' leader state and national.His 1932 that committed him to
and Bud-
Z action now-not ten years from nowI heart is more than a figure of speech.It .
dhism. vivid recollection that "a saving of not less than 25
I H when the costs of redevelopment is a disturbing fact. WE ARE IN a predicament :i. ) -. "she was a fighter and fought per cent in the cost of the

t, : today which is not at all that hard" is not a matter of dis- federal govern men t" by
of the late 1950s. At that time pute in Pennsylvania. "drastic reduction of govern-

I monolithic communism was / .._,. ,.. .._ When the Governor was 12 mental expenses" through the '
/i.iJ" I'"t .e
-:1, supporting the northern seces- years old he was an enthusi- abolition of "useless commissions
: Voice of the People sion forces. There was then, "So, I was wrong about the outcome of the Cali- astic recruit in a drive to reg- and offices, and the con-
i as now, dislike of Chinese in fornia primary, but I was right about which network ister Republican votes in solidation of departments and
the area. The Chinese, presentin would have the results first!" Lackawanna County. This was and bureaus."

On The Sun's I Southeast Asia in the hun-
Opinion Page== dreds of thousands, had gain VIEW FROM IOWA NORMALITY t
ed control of much of the
Opinion end comments of Sun readers ort welcome in the Vole of the People column. Letters
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will ba withheld if requested. A letter should business and the local mar-
not exceed 500 words and must be written en only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The kets. i
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without,changing the writer's meaning or There was then more Rus- Insects of the Hour'By
n f ntent. sian influence than mainland-

Question scan tradition of sympathy for no one could be as bad as Chinese. But as the division
I n the underdog. And there is Batista. grew between the Communist

r Was Impertinent no doubt that our City Com- giants, it became apparentthat RICHARDSON WILSON come to some more measured tures of circumstance more SECOND, they want a higher -
missioners were put on the Various exile groups are because of geography the Chief, Cowles Washington conclusions and to view than the executors of a grand standard of living on a
: EDITOR, Sun To Citizen proverbial carpet. It is un- now stepping up their driveto Mao government would be the Bureau the schizophrenia which af- design, although they professall broader base and their full
who asked for specific answers pleasant to watch individuals overthrow Castro. But, be- one with the most influence.The DES MOINES The strug- flicts both political parties the while to have some share of the rewards of a high-
to questions pertaining squirm and for one brief moment fore we cheer and rush to mainland Chinese gle in the Republican Party with calm.It magnificent scheme which ly advanced
1 i to Barry Goldwater's family I too felt sorry for these their aid as we did for Cas- throughout the entire area pre- between the conservatives and becomes more evident, on they call by different names technological society -
history, per se-rumors that individuals who had to an- tro, let us learn lesson viously had kept a calculatingeye progressives "which will reflection that the next presi- usually short enough to fit

; his father is an immigrant swer for the inequities and in- from history. on Formosa and the Na- determine the- nature of the dent of the United States, into the headlines.A THIRD, they want to take
orthodox Jew? Does the iquities of life in Gainesville There were continued intel- tionalist Chinese and on the party for a generation" whether named Johnson, Gold- president of the United care of the sick, the old, the
: \ source of Barry's fortune for which we all must share ligence reports which indicated Russians. takes on a somewhat less por- water, Rockefeller, Scrantonor States finds himself in the unfortunate and even the
come from his father? Did the guilt. that Castro was a Com- AT LEAST two years ago tentuous cast in this last bul- Nixon, would pursue just grasp of increasingly central- shiftless, out of the bounty of
his father bring this money to Perhaps from previous munist before his rise to power these Chinese decided that wark of normality in the about the same policies. In ized, dynamic and self propelled the better off it so
the United States from a foreign experience Mrs. Wilkinsonsays but these reports were with Red China withdrawingfrom heart of America. campaigns, the candidates try forces growing out of as to cushion the shocks of a
,. u I = country? Did Barry Gold- that she "went to that buried. "In 1961, the Senate her alliance and ideological Iowa is nothing if not normal hard to draw distinctions between the industrial, agricultural, roughly competitive economic
= water marry into money? meeting. feeling that their Internal Security Subcommittee "oneness" with Moscow, Nothing about it nor in themselves and others. scientific, technological and system and make the continuance -
Why did he convert from Ju- (the Commissioners' r e- issued a 12-volume study their future lay with Peking. it is really extreme, except The more they try, as Sena- commercial expansion of the of such a system pos f-
:: daism to Christianity? Was marks alone would be damning entitled, 'Communist Threatto There was the usual realismin perhaps the heat "summer tor Goldwater has so vividly country. President Kennedy ble.
"'"' this before, after or at the enough." Because of the the U. S. Through the this. If Peking's, influencewas and the cold of winter. The illustrated, the more they found this to be so, just as
= marriage? Are his sons practicing behavior of the audience, how- Caribbean.' It showed conclu- the stronger, then the social and economic problems move toward agreement.Both President Johnson finds it so; FINALLY, I think that a
Jews? ever, she "came away depressed sively that Castro could not local governments would not which bring writhing agonyin parties have become and President Goldwater large majority wishes to re-
::. These are impertinent questions and disgusted" baying have brought communism to likely take over the businessof other parts of the countryare like circus tents housing a me- would, too. The forces of national dress, at a speed compatiblewith
and irrelevant to the new respect" for the Cuba except for the contin- local Chinese. here also, but in microcosm nagerie of different views. growth create irresistible human emotion and tradition -
man's character or his quali Commi ners. On the other ual aid and assistance of the Hence, the presence of these and thus more hypothetical When each holds authorityand demands for government the nation's social in
=- fications. There have been no hand, I went to the meetingmore U. S. State Department. relatively well-off mainland than reaL Iowa is half agricultural must act responsibly its action on a broad and grow- justices.
rumors, nor is there any mys- optimistically, certainlynot Chinese In the various countries half industrial. difference in perfromance is ing scale, which Senator Gold-
= tery surrounding Goldwater or anticipating that immediate Now there are reports that of today's Southeast Asiais Nothing in it is very large, likely to be marginal.. water, at intervals, has to admit The issue Is how and when
his family history. Obviously action would be taken on some leaders of the Cuban ex- a deterrent to local feelingof except the landscape and the such objectives will be
= these facts are well known all issues, but expecting a ile groups are Marxists or independence from China farm establishment, or very LEADERS WITH the strongest It is perhaps, not too ex- achieved. The issues Induce
2 because they had no bearing meaningful committment by Communists themselves. That and is a very considerable as- small, except the state's'quotaof political appeal tend to be treme to postulate that thereis much exaggeration and false
on his status as a presidential the Commissioners to the petitions some are exponents of Fidel- sistance to the growing domi- intolerance and hatred. fuzzy on principles. And a kind of concensus in conflict for this, too, Is in the
: candidate. presented. I too came ism without Fidel. Many Cu- nance of Peking's influence.It when they enter the general this country which makes and tradition of politics. It Is real-
You see, Citizen, this won- away depressed and disgusted. ban-Americans regard Man- was this situation which IOWA CALAIS the nerves stream of national and world shapes the presidency. ly very hard to find sharp Issues
p : derful country of ours was Mrs. Wilkinson asks us to uel Ray with deep' suspicion President Kennedy inherited.It with its normality and reduces events they adopt policies when there Is not a sin-
: foi&ded and pioneered by immigrants sympathize with "people "because of his often expressed was new. But it is the heightof the incidence of apprehensionwhich which are shaped by those FIRST, the people of the gle candidate for the presi-
I, : who were assured caught in the trap of personal views that after the over- folly to try and fix any fills and blights the events, not as they might have United States do not want dency who today would advocate
freedom to worship according prestige and social pres- throw of the Castro regime, blame for it on any individualor lives of so many people in the been construed during a political war, least of all nuclear war. much less execute, the
to their religious beliefs. sure" since "no one likes to many of the basic social reforms administration. The Dulles more crowded and contentious campaign but as they They are prepared for the extreme solution In Cuba -
: Therefore a man's talents be ostrasized." She is also of the revolution policy failed. Revision of that areas of a troubled coun- exist in the here and now. worst. But they do not wish invasion and controlSo
... character or his political asking, by inference that the should be preserved, thoughin policy has not succeeded. We trY.. It is possible here to These leaders becomes crea- any hasty or impulsive acts.
views are not judge by his Negro continue to act in his a Democratic framework". now are confronted with the within this dam enclaveof
religious belief.Fortunately traditional role of sufferingwith I believe that we should Investigate need to negotiate an interna- FEVERBy Iowa
this attitude is silence enduring quietly all of these reports tional agreement which will POTOMAC seem clearer-and more gradual
shared by the greater majority and patiently waiting. She this time, and make certain permit us. to withdraw with Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau and one is reminded of
of intelligent citizens and asks that three hundred yearsof that we do not aid any group some saving on face. the words of Edmund :Burke
unfortunately, but insignificantly humiliation, abuse and deprivation until we are certain of the BUT WHAT we should understand Naturally Gov. Rockefeller can expect a telegram reading "congratulations on two centuries ago:'
there still exists a mi- find voice in a whis- type of government they pro is that the evolution your stunning triumph in California." signed Gov. George Wallace. -. _
nority of bigots, whose attitudes pose for Cuba. Let us make ol former isolated and socalled "BECAUSE half a dozen
are influenced by inherited per.America's forgotten man sure the change is for the backward peoples in the Rocky and Barry are still fussing about the mainstream of Republican grasshoppers under a fern
prejudice. has suddenly become audiblein better this time.CONCERNED world will continue.They wantto thought. They don't seem to realize that another name for it is the big mud- makes the field ring with their

t GERTRUDE A. NOVOGROSKI Gainesville. As you say, be left alone. They will not dy. Importunate dunk, while thousands -
I Mrs. Wilkinson, "No one likesto be. It is not possible conven- of great cattle repose
City HearsForgotten be ostrasized." tionally to "save" Southeast Local news item: Gettysburg former President Eisenhower will be in seclusion beneath the shadow of the
JUDY LEVY Harold Macmillan has turned 1 Asia. for a few days while-trying to figure out what he meant. British oak chew their cud
Man down a dukedom because he: We could go to war. (We -- and are silent, pray do not
Urges Caution likes his name, he says. Let all' may, though this is not now Some Korean officials may occasionally smoke opium, but that isn't what got imagine that those who make
EDITOR, Sun: I would like the Harolds rise and call him i likely.) The Russians would the students riled up. They feel the government's park is worse than its pipe. the noise are the only inhabi
to comment about Patricia W. With Cuba "Mister," his preference. like this.So would the Chinese.We tants of the field; that of
Wilkinson's letter to the Voiceof would be fighting an ex- The Pygmies are winning in the Congo; India picks a five-foot premier; Chi course they are many In number -
the People concerning the EDITOR Sun: When the terior war- with far-stretch- Chi Rodriguez is having his best season you can tell it's election time- or'that after all they are
May 25th City Commission dictatorship of Gen. Fulgen- An old-timer is one who remembers ing supply lines, impossible nothing is too good for the little people. other than the little, shrivel-
meeting.Mrs. cio Batista was overthrown when a movie did not: long to maintain. If war comes -- led meager, hopping though
Wilkinson appears to by Fidel Castro, the American boom because of a bust. (Kiel, it will be nuclear. So, perhapsit Anyone who has a teen-age son and a new car had better prepare to learn the loud and troublesome Insectsof

follow in that hallowed Amer.j. people cheered. After aU, Wis., Record). will not come. new method of raising family the lay, awake. plan. the hour"


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1' 4 Gainesville Sun' Monday, June 8, 1964

: .

ii i ; &tttezuflk Sun Scranton: Man of Candor

: THE New fork (L'mtsBy state, Scranton has typifiedthe the turgid political air by an area of ancient fratricidal
JOHN R. HARRISON, President and limitation. uttering a seldom-noted fact party strife which was not

J-milUher! ED PAT JOHNSON COWLES.Viet Vice President President SOUTHBy ARTHUR KROCK That,was emphasized at his that "there are comparatively composed until Scranton accomplished -

3 I ud Exe -U.. EJlUri W. G. Florida's Beautlfll'T EBEKSOLE. Vie President and Advertising time William Warren Sranton after Senator Goldwater's cap- tween various Republi can tion of his standing for office

"J 'University City !'+ Directors BOB ..TABTAGIJONE. RALPH McGILL opens his mouth he says ture of the 86 California dele- leaders and various Democratic first for Congress, then -
{ Vie President and Circulation Pmlilier Prb Winning PnbliskerOf I something sensible. And he gates to the Republican National leaders." on a state-wide scale for
Manager. the Atlanta (G*.) CouiUtutloa
I ) makes his meaning clear. Convention stimulatednew He did not add that this is Governor.

.( THE SUN'S POLICY This is unusual in the superheated pressures on Scranton by why national party platformscan

AgonyWithout state of the presidential the Senator's last-ditch opponents usually be constructedwith "LACKWANNA COUNTY"
(( 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. politics of 1964, the moreso to encourage a Stop- sufficient footing for any he remarked to this corres-

, ( { 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in--editorials. because the Governor of Goldwater effort. probable nominee and those pondent, "offered the best political -

1 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Pennsylvania is a compara- The Governor firmly main- opponents who must stand for education one could

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 tive newcomer in the field. tained his refusal to do that. office with him. But there are possibly get anywhere. There

([(7. Want Ads-376-4672 But Scranton has been in The comments he made were so many instances of this fa- politics has been subject to

office long enough to disposeof clearly stated and sensiblean cadetype political carpentrythat all practical applications. It

the explanation that his attribute conspicuouslyabsent the point is self-evident. in no way resembles the su-

i EcstasyWASHINGTON candor, clarity and common in the violently Scranton did, however, take burbs of Philadelphia or ChI-

t F \ A City Sick at Heart sense are merely the normal adverse appraisals of Gold- the conventional refuge of the cago. I began to be a close

D.C. The traits of infancy in politics water that many other Re- trade from an inquiry about observer of the game as it is
.r -
that experience will teach him publicans, most Democratsand his differences with Senator played there when I was stilla

: Gainesville has downtown prob.I would double or triple the present United States became heavily to inhibit. The reasoning on a large section of politi- Goldwater over the philos- boy."
. .I' I! involved in Laos during the
i lems. figure. As yet the situation is "struc- Eisenhower administrat ion. which this explanation restsis cal writers have made."I ophy of the pending equal Scranton's news conference

t I turally malleable." Almost any de- From the 1950s into the that, if the Governor's di- rights legislation. He said he comment on the "compara-
pres- the best did not know" tively little political differ-
rectness were way DONT KNOW of any "precisely
for the future which the and
sign cUy ent
political ideologicalchaos
I The downtown area, the area that to obtain and hold popular extremely basic differences" Goldwater's "views on this," ences between various Repub-
j busi- adopts can be carried out with rea- has, with but few inter- the successful. and although the Senator has lican leaders and various
should be a booming, bustling missions, been the rule. The support, politi- (between the Senator
sonable expense. But a waiting pol- cians who have come to avoidit himself) said Scranton. "Bothof made them clearer than Democratic leaders" has a
is in fact motheaten, late Secretary of State Dulles
ness center, a icy is futile and costly. Time cures his "domino" would not constitute the us believe in a strong for- many of his others. In wide practical bearing on the plat-

dilapidated, unreconstructed relic ofa some problems-but not the diseaseof applied Southeast Asia. If one theoryto domino overwhelming majority in eign policy. At least I gather ly-publicized statements, the form to be adopted at San
Its deterioration their trade. that from my statements and most recent at San Diego, Francisco. Some view a conflict -
small-town past. dilapidation.Not were pushed over, the oth-
his. Both of us believe in gov- there is indeed "an extremely over this as certain and
all fell.
the spirit dampens city ers
depresses basic difference" with the if Goldwater is
THERE IS PLENTY of ernment's levels of action be- irreparable
pride, discourages prospective inves- enough credit has been givento Laos has never been truly justification for this cynicismin ing as strong as possible on Governor on both the philoso- the nominee. And a group of
nation. It is not
a country
tors, and downgrades the status of the few business firms that have one today. It likely will never past and present political the local levels, then on the ply and details of the legisla- his determined Republican

the entire community. refurbished, remodeled, or rebuilt be. A beleaguered France history. But there are enough state, and finally on the fed tion. opponents are preparing to
to the center their fight on the platform
their establishments. They deserve a it "independence'' in examples contrary to eral levels.
gave limit the application of the Acknowledging that he was PERHAPS IHS analysis for in the event they have
The rim of the city has been ex- "medal of honor" for setting a pat- 1949. The landlocked, moun- "
generality. And thus far, as sure he would differ with the news conference of what failed to "Stop Goldwater.
tended and the "spokes of the wheel" tern which others should follow. We tainous area had once been a
of the Indo-China union a member of Congress, as Goldwater on methods of implementing he would consider a conven- But if convention history
have been lengthened. But it takes always turn in with pride and plea- part and since 1883 French Governor and as the es- their common at- tion "draft" for the vice pres- repeats itself, the predicted
more than the expansion of corporate sure at the attractive "fronts" of tectorate. Its religion is Bud-pro- tablished party leader in his titudes, Scranton refreshed idential nomination furinshedthe lethal struggle will, as Scran-

and the mushrooming of best illustration of Scran- ton intimated be dissipatedby
limits su- these enterprising firms. dhist and animism.IT .
ton's candor, clarity and com- verbiage in which the factional -
burbs to make thriving city. If the
"differences" will be
BELOW OLYMPUS mon sense in the public dis-
development of the metropolitan But if past experience proves anything IS A region of tribal ? ,?,?,.?,? cussion of political matters.He presented in the customaryloose
Laos is of
community is to be orderly and not only here but in other groups.the slow evolution an example of ethnic will not, he said, considerhis form that commits a

sound, it must be healthy at the hub. cities that have had the same "heart toward a commonly selection by the presidential nominee to a statement of"principles"
I groups 0 nominee as a draft, or which he will in-
sickness, an all-out unified assaulton shared culture and loyalty. Today
from the convention if the terpret as he chooses.In .
Fortunately the city fathers and the problem, with expert plan- the people would like to nominee has "manipulated"it.

the progressive-minded civic groups ning and direction and top-level Cooperation be left alone. They do not wantus L It must be genuine, a spon- 1960, Richard M. Nixon
the Russians the Com- Ij
r ( are showing serious concern. The will be necessary.We munists. They have no com- if taneous demand from the del gave notice of this intentionand

Community conscience is beginning prehension of ideology beyond egates, in which circumstances John F. Kennedy reserv-
alone will he ed in action the timing and
h to respond. The Plan Board, the know that high-level conversa- that of the philosophic, medi accept.
Nothing could be more specific selection of executing the
City Commission, the Chamber of tions are going on and we hope tative neutralism of Bud-
I' 11 or more out of the usual "immediate action" pledgesof
Commerce, downtown business interests that something more tangible than dhism."Kings". pattern. Los Angeles.In .
developed out of the"royal"
and a number of community talk will emerge. We shall have more These characteristics are 1952 General Eisenhower
family of the major
leaders are putting their heads together to say later about possible practical tribes. This 'was fostered by not, however, as new as their encountered no difficulty in

-t f and doing some constructive approaches. What we want to empha- France. Colonialism under- revelation and his professional standing on a platform designed -
,, career. His background in in the expectation that
( thinking. That kind of thinking, size now is that a concerted and determined standably found it easier to politics does not date from the nominee would be RobertA.

backed by resolution, will lead to attack on the problem of establish a government by hid entrance into office as a Taft.

... constructive action. downtown reconstruction is a Num- recognizing a leading family. member of Congress in 1960, Franklin D. Roosevelt was
These Laotian generalitieswould
I j ber One Necessity. but from his childhood. Whilehe only three months in the
apply, with variations,
Good hard sense, supported by: to all of Southeast Asia. South was growing up his mother White House when he junked
active Republican entirely the Chicago platformof
was an
dollars-and-cents argument, dictates That Gainesville is a city sick at Viet Nam is divided by re-
leader state and national.His 1932 that committed him to .
action now-not ten years from now heart is more than a figure of speech.It ligion dhism.- Christianity and Bud- vivid recollection that "a saving of not less than 25 .

when the costs of redevelopment is a disturbing fact. WE ARE IN a predicament 1 "she was a fighter and fought per cent in the cost of the
-- hard" is not a matter of dis- federal govern e n t" by
today which is not at all that
; .. ,. of the late 1950s. At that time pute in Pennsylvania.When "drastic reduction of govern-
<7 the Governor was 12 mental expenses" through the
monolithic communism was ... ., ,
riM ... ?
roe old he enthusi of "useless commis-
years was an abolition
Voice of the People supporting sion forces.the There northern was seces-then, "So, I was wrong about the outcome of the Cali- astic recruit in a drive to reg- sions and offices, and the con- ,

as now, dislike of Chinese in fornia primary, but I was right about which network ister Republican votes in solidation of departments and 1
Chinese would have the results. first!" Lackawanna County. This was and bureaus."
the area. The presentin
----- ---
I Southeast Asia in the hun-
On The Sun's "
Opinion Page==== dreds of thousands, had gain- .

ed control of much of the COLORED NEWSB.
Opinions and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters business and the local mar- i
must be signed end bear the writers address. Names will bt withheld if requested. A letter should .
not exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot ba used. The kets.There
I Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten, without changing the writer's meaning or was then more Rus- F. Childs, Colored News Editor

intent. sian influence than mainland- WHJJSTON NEWS NAACP MEETING SET worship, 6 p.m. Rev. B. F. on a two-week visit with relatives -

QuestionWas ican tradition of sympathy for no one could be as bad as Chinese. But as the division Babies' Contest The National Association for Weary, pastor.Mt. and friends.

the underdog. And there is Batista. grew between the Communist Success the Advancement of Colored Olive Primitive Baptist- Mrs. Helen West and daughter -

Impertinent no doubt that our City Com- Various exile are giants, it became apparentthat The Babies' Contest held at People will /neet on the ground Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.; morn- Annie, of Jacksonville were

missioners were put on the groups their because of geography the the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church floor of the Mt. Carmel Baptist ing worship, 11 a.m.; and even- guests of friends in Gainesville
now stepping driveto
EDITOR, Sun: To Citizen proverbial carpet. It is un up Mao government would be the on May 31 was successful.The Church today at 8 p.m. ing worship, 6 Rev. H. yesterday.Mrs. .
overthrow Castro. But be- p.m.
with the most influence.The .
to watch individuals one
asked pleasant
1 who for specific an-
swers to questions pertaining squirm and for one brief moment fore we cheer and rush to mainland Chinese report is as follows:: The members and also in- Kinsey, pastor. I Martha Oliver returned

4 to Barry Goldwater's family I too felt sorry for these their aid as we did for Castro throughout the entire area pre- Chrystal Darby, $5; Gene Lov- terested friends are urged to Spring Hill Baptist Sunday here yesterday from Nashville,

history, se-rumors that individuals who had to an- let us learn lesson viously had kept a calculatingeye ett Drummer $28; G e n eStrange be present because this associ- School, 10 ajn. morning wore Tenn., where she was called
S from history. $3.20; Jerry Leonard ation is the foundation for their ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wore
his father is an immigrant swer for the inequities and in- on Formosa and the Na- because of business.
of life in Gainesville tionalist Chinese, and on the Battles III, $21.36; Calton Bru freedom. ship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. T. D.
orthodox Jew? Does the iquities There were continued intel- Miss Celestine Williams, of
ton, $11.60 Marilyn Len i ita Davis Mrs. Catherine
; pastor
of fortune for which all must share Russians.AT .
source Barry's we ligence reports which indi- NW 6th Ave., will leave tomorrow
Waters Bruce Nichols NOTICEThe
$88 McGill
; reporter.
come from his father? Did the guilt. cated that Castro was a Com- LEAST two years ago for Washington, D.C.
$57.55 Kenneth Brown, $24.50 choral of Lodge No.
his father bring this money to Perhaps from previous munist before his rise to power these Chinese decided that ; ; group Friendship Baptist Sunday Miss Mary Jones of Ocala
Ka-Thoma L. Jones, $2.90 An- 113 is asked to meet at the
the United States from a for- experience, Mrs. Wilkinson but these reports were with Red China withdrawingfrom ; School, 9:30: a.m.; morning wor- passed through Gainesville
gelo D. Jones, $5.50 and Anita home of Charlie Ross of 7W yesterday
eign country? Did Barry Gold- says that she "went to that buried. "In 1961, the Senate her alliance and ideological ; ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wore en route to Jacksonville.
Burnette, $6.05; grand total, SW 5th Terrace, June 9 at fip.m. ship, 7 Rev. D. E. White,
water marry into money? meeting. feeling that their Internal Security Subcommittee "oneness" with Moscow, p.m. Samuel Simmons, of St. Petersburg
Why did he convert from Judaism (the Commissioners r e- issued a 12-volume study their future lay with Peking. $293.34.Marilyn pastor. I passed through the

to Christianity? Was marks alone would be damn- entitled, 'Communist Threatto There was the usual realismin Lenita Waters reported Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin
: University City yesterday en
this before, after or at the ing enough." Because of the the U. S. Through the this. If Peking's influencewas the highest amount, winner BAPTIST SERVICES Unity -Sunday School, 10 route to High Springs.Mrs. .
marriage? Are his sons prac- behavior of the audience, how- Caribbean.' It showed conclusively the stronger, then the of 1st prize; and Bruce Nichols ._ There will be services at the a.m.; and afternoon worship,

ticing Jews? ever, she "came away depressed that Castro could not local governments would not was the 2nd prize winner,, Hopewell Baptist Church June 3:30 p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong Annie Mae Roberts, of

These are impertinent ques- and disgusted" hav- have brought communism to likely take over the businessof All contestants made splendidreports I 11 at 8 p.m. in behalf of the pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, Orlando, whose visit here for

tions and irrelevant to the ing new respect" for the Cuba except for the continual local Chinese. for which Mr. and Mrs, Sunday School. reporter. the past two weeks has been

man's character or his quali- Commissioners. On the other aid and assistance of the Hence, the presence of these Smith are grateful. Mrs. Lillie The speaker on this occasion Emanuel Baptist Choir No. pleasant, left yesterday for her

fications. There have been no hand, I went to the meeting U. S. State Department." relatively well-off mainland M. Collins, reporter. will be Rev. L. W. Washington. 2 will have its rehearsal today, home.

tumors, nor is there any mys- more optimistically certainly Chinese in the various coun- 7:30 p.m.; there will be prayer
tery surrounding Goldwater or not anticipating that immediate Now there are reports that tries of today's Southeast Asiais NOTICE AILING AT HOME meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.;

his family history. Obviouslythese action would be taken on some leaders of the Cuban ex- a deterrent to local feelingof The Citywide MissionaryBand Mrs. Annie L. Wilson. of 53C I I and Choir No. 1 will have its Q11jituarie

facts are well known all issues, but expecting a ile groups are Marxists or independence from China will meet at the Bell]I NW 12th Terrace, is ailing at t rehearsal Thursday, 7:30 p.m.;

because they had no bearingon meaningful committment by Communists themselves. That and is.a very considerable as- Nursery School today at ,4:30 I her home. She is a member oi Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; Mrs. LOUISE PEACOCK J

his status as a presidential the Commissioners to the petitions some are exponents of Fidel- sistance to the growing domi- p.m. The book is now open for. Pallbearers' Lodge No. 113. E. Middleton reporter. Mrs. Louise Peacock of
ism without FideL Cu
candidate.You presented. I too came nance of Peking's influence.It new members. died :;
Micanopy June 6 in the
see, Citizen, this won- away depressed and disgusted.Mrs. regard Man- was this situation which CONVALESCINGMr.: PERSONALSMiss Alachua General Hospital following

derful country of ours was Wilkinson asks us to uel Ray with deep suspicion President Kennedy inherited. PLANS PROGRAM Times, of NW 10th Street, Mary Barnes and Miss an extended illness.
of his
founded and pioneered by immigrants sympathize with "people views that after often expressed It was new.But it is the heightof There will be a program at t l who has been ill, is improving Hattie M. Smith, both of

who were assured caught in the trap of personal the over- folly to try and fix any the Mt. Herman Baptist Church I at his home. Tampa, were visiting in Gainesville "\

freedom to worship accordingto prestige and social pres- throw of the Castro regime, blame for it on any individualor on June 9 at 8 p.m. in be r yesterday. Labor Leaders i
of the basic
their religious beliefs. sure" since "no one likes to many social reforms administration. The Dulles of the Women's Home halfCHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSSt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns :,

Therefore a man's talents, be ostrasized." She is also of the revolution policy failed. Revision of that The public is invited. Paul C. M. E. Morning: and son. Joe, all of New York, Meeting'z
should be
character or his political asking, by inference that the preserved, thoughin policy has not succeeded. We worship, 11 a.m.; and evening: N.Y., arrived here yesterday t
views are not judged by his Negro continue to act in his a Democratic framework". now are confronted with the WASHINGTON (AP) -President -

religious belief.Fortunately traditional role of sufferingwith I believe that we should investigate need to negotiate an interna- POTOMAC FEVERBy I Johnson tries today to
all of these per
this attitude is silence, enduring quietly reports tional agreement which will suade labor leaders to It
move >
shared by the greater majority and patiently waiting. She this time and make certain permit us to withdraw with Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau faster in opening union mem-
that do not aid up
of intelligent citizens and we any group
asks that three hundred yearsof some saving on face. *
unfortunately, but insignificantly humiliation, abuse and deprivation until we are certain of the BUT WHAT we should un- Naturally Gov. Rockefeller can expect a telegram reading "congratulations on bership and job opportunities for j*

there still exists a mi- find voice in a whis- type of government they propose derstand is that the evolution your stunning triumph in California." signed Gov. George Wallace. -- Negroes and other minority '

nority of bigots, whose attitudes for Cuba. Let us make oT former isolated and socalled groups. I

are influenced by inherited per.America's forgotten man rare the change is for the backward peoples in the Rocky and Barry are still fussing about the mainstream of Republican MOre than 100 top labor

prejudice. has suddenly become audiblein better this time.CONCERNED world will continue.They wantto thought..They don't seem to realize that another name for it is the big mud- spokesmen, including AFL-CIO !

ERTRUDE A. NOVOGROSKI Gainesville. As you say, be left alone. They will not dy. I President George Meany, are

Mrs. Wilkinson, "No one likesto be. It is not possible conven- expected to attend the conference -
City HearsForgotten be ostrasized.'* tionally to "save" Southeast Local news item: Gettysburg former President Eisenhower will be in se- called by Johnson to discuss -

JUDY LEVY Harold Macmillan has turned clusion for a few days while trying to figure out what he meant. I ways to put into effect

Man down a dukedom because he Asia.We could go to war. (We -- 'union pledges against discrimI-

Urges Caution likes his name he says. Let all may though this is not now Some Korean officials may occasionally smoke opium, but that isn't what got nation.

EDITOR, Sun I would like the Harolds rise and call .him likely.) The Russians would ,the students riled up. They feel the government's park is worse than its pipe.

to comment about Patricia W. With Cuba "Mister," his preference. like this.So would the Chinese.We I Although the AFL-CIO has repeatedly -

Wilkinson's letter to the Voiceof would be fighting an ex- The Pygmies are winning in the Congo; India picks a five-foot premier; Chi urged its members to

the People concerning the EDITOR, Sun: When the terior war- with far-stretch Chi' Rodriguez is having his best season you can tell it's election time- drop all discriminatory bars, .j

May 25th! City Commission dictatorship of Gen. Fulgen- An old-timer is one who remembers ing supply lines impossiblelong nothing is too good for the little people. the administration reportedly is

meeting. cio Batista was overthrowq when a movie did not to maintain. If war comes -- disappointed at the failure of

'Mrs. Wilkinson appears' to by Fidel Castro the Ameri- boom because of a bust. (Kiel it will be nuclear. So, perhaps Anyone who has a teen-age son and! a new car had better prepare to learn the some unions to practice at tI!. ;

feHow in that hallowed AInerc'l -. can people cheered. After all, Wis., Record). it will not come. new method of raising family the lay awake plan. local level what they preach


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.Monday, June 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5I

lU/ omfo 0 I I f flflD'' .",: Judith Tucker/ Bride of William Arnett I Calendar Of EventsTODAY I

June 8Miscellaneous H. Cox and her daughter,
Miss Judith Diane Tucker,, Marshall of Perry, Mrs. George shower com- Miss Clara Cox, 2159 NW 9th

: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'T xM Reid of St. Petersburg and' plimenting Miss Nancy Kath- Avenue

; : tHE Woodson Coleman Tucker of Mrs. Milledge Murphey. erine Becker, bride-elect of THURSDAY, June 11

: .H f f.fflIL Y New Orleans, formerly of Pouring were Mrs. John Bax- Lawson Dewayne Tucker, Luncheon honoring Miss

Gainesville, became the brideof ter, Mrs. Paul Tarrant, Mrs.L. Miss Helen Ann Danes and Chris Carlisle, bride-elect of

1 William Dale Arnett of G. Gramling and Mrs. Justin -' Miss Sonja Haines, 8 p. m., Hardy Wylie Jr. of Augusta,

: Ruth Weimer Women's Editor Franklin, Va., son of Mr. and Harlow Jr. at the former's home, 2216 12:30: p.m., Mrs. Darrel J.
__ Mrs. William Tobias Arnett i NW 4th Place.Miscellaneous. Mase and her daughter, Miss
,, ,2 Mrs. R. Eugene Rutland of,
; shower hon- Marcia Mase, GainesvilleGolf
yesterday afternoon.The .
McIntosh; :Mrs. J. H. Folliard
vk1 -
It oring Miss Dorothy1)'re, and Country Club.
wedding was solemnizedin Sarasota; Mrs. Harry Hunt,
Farewell DinnerFetes fiancee of Herman Saatkamp FRIDAY, June 12Bride's
the First Methodist Church Jacksonville; Miss Paula Klay
Jr. of Knoxville, Tenn., 8 luncheon honoringMiss
with-Dr. R. Eugene Rutland of af Lake: City, :Mrs. George But-
i pjn., Mrs. Robert Scarbor- Nancy Katherine Becker -
McIntosh, assisted by Rev. ler Mrs. A. Frank Green Mrs.
ough, Mrs. Benny Brasingtonand bride-elect of Lawson
I' Thomas G. Mitchell, officiatingfor J Paige Pinnell, Mrs. :Marshall 0.
Dr. Wakefield : Mrs. L. R. Arrington, at Dewayne Tucker, 12:30 p.m.,
the double ring .
ceremony.Mrs. i; u oeR Watkins, and Mrs. John Hoover the Scarborough home, 1614 Mrs. Elbert Voss, Holiday

E. Ruffin Jones, organist assisting in the hospitalities.Rice NE Seventh Terrace.

! A farewell dinner was givento son, Tom, who was graduatedfrom and Mrs. Edgar Johnson bags were passed by WEDNESDAY, June 10 Inn.Bridesmaids luncheon hon-

honor Dr. H. E. Wakefield, GHS this June. and George Mason Sr., soloists, t\ k .C6 Miss Louise Reid of St. Peters Luncheon complimentingMiss oring Miss Dorothy Tyre,

-. director of training and habili- The family plans to leave for gave the' nuptial music. burg and the bride's book'was Chris Carlisle, bride- bride-elect of Herman Saat-
( tation at Sunland Training Cen- Roanoke-the end of the month. Baskets of pink peionies and kept by Miss: Jeanine Murphey, elect of Hardy Wylie Jr. of kamp Jr. of Knoxville, 12:30

ter, Friday evening at the Holi- I I pink carnations and brass floor Miss Tara Swartzel of Mount Augusta, Ga., Mrs. WilliamC. p.m., Mrs. Donald Rothwell,

day Inn. Two Hostesses I candelabra holding pink candles _.s.Y Dora, Miss Mary Louise Marshall O'Neal, Mrs. William H Primrose Inn.SATURDAY .

adorned the altar, which was of Perry Chandler and Mrs. WilliamN. June 13

I More than 80 members of the Compliment banked with palms and fern. ,, tk f 3 To Live In VirginiaFor Avera, at the O'Neal I Wedding of Miss Nancy
Sunland staff, friends and colleagues home, 621 SW 26th Place. Katherine Becker and Law-
The bride attended R traveling, the bride worea
was by .f
PKY SeniorMrs. %
l at the University of .e a Coffee honoring Miss Dorothy son Dewayne Tucker, 3 p.m.,
Miss Edwinna two-piece pink dress,
Murphey as maidof crepe
Florida, were in attendance. Tyre, bride-elect of Her- McCaul Chapel of the First
John R. Edwardson and honor, and Miss Louisa Bo- pink flower hat and pink car- Jr. of Knox- Baptist Church, reception fol-
man Saatkamp
Dr. Wakefield will leavethe her daughter, Miss Elizabeth I hannon, and Miss Jeanne Cor- v+' '" xt nation corsage. church.MooreCox .
f ville, 10:30 a.m., Mrs. Ernest lowing
end of June for Roanoke, Edwardson, honored Miss Susan! nell of St. Petersburg as brides- ..*. :. t. ? The newlyweds will establish
Va., where he has accepted the Lane at a luncheon Saturday maids. their home in Franklin, Va.,

I position as head psychologistfor afternoon at the Primrose Inn.: Attendants' Gowns Pink V 't where the bridegroom is em- I

the Roanoke school system. Miss Lane and the luncheon I ployed as an industrial engi- _

,Lee Crook served as master guests will be graduated fromP. I All wore floor-length. dressesof x >. neer. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Cox will establish a home In Gaines

of ceremonies for the evening K. Yonge High School Wednesday pink silk organza over pink Mrs. William Dale Arnett Among the out of town guests announce the marriage of their ville.Mr.

I with Mrs. Dorothy Cake and II' taffeta made princess style with I were: Mrs. James Henry Fol- daughter, Miss Judith Ann Cox, Moore will enter the Uni-

-!/ Miss Dora Lee Smith assistingon The table was decorated with double organza panels falling matching accessories. and pink: in the ceremony in the church liard, of Sarasota; great aunt to Merrill Kyle Moore, son of versity of Florida in September.
candles and flowers in blue and I from pink satin bows at the carnation Palms and baskets I
the program. corsage. parlors. of of the bride; :Mrs. E. C. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Moore.
white PKY colors. Each back bodices to form short The motherwore
place I bridegroom's pink peonies and carnations
McLellan Summer Miss. Mr.
Raymond C. Philips, superintendent -was marked with a white aca- trains. Their headpieces were a Venetian silk sheath I were used to decorate the room. ; The ceremony took place June New BLACK
f and Mrs. Ross Swartzel, Miss 5 in Nahunta, Ga., in the
of Sunland Zhanel bows with pre-
presenteda demic cap. draped pink dress in spring green shade The bride's table was centered Tara and Vernon Swartzel of
gift of luggage to Dr. Wake- The hostesses presented cor- illusion. Each attendant car- with matching accessories and with the wedding cake sence of relatives. I Newly
Mount Dora Dr. and Mrs. I
field from the staff. sages to Miss Lane, her mother ried a long-stemmed pink rose pale green orchid corsage. flanked by silver candelabra. Harry C. Hunt; and son, Walter Upon their return from a

Special guests for the dinner Mrs. David Lane, and her A. Frank Green Jr. was best Reception at Church Those cutting and serving and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Cole- trip to Marshalltown, Iowa, TIED

were Mrs. Wakefield and the sister, Miss Jennifer Lane. The man for the bridegroom with Mrs. and Mrs. Tucker entertained cake were Mrs. Ross Swartzel man, all of Jacksonville; Dr. where they are visiting relativesof

Wakefields' daughter, Mrs. Rob- honoree also received a gradu- Capt. Woodson Coleman Tucker with a reception follow- of Mount Dora; Mrs. Tobie: and Mrs. George K. Reid, Miss the bridegroom, the couple

ert Lynn, Mr. Lynn, and their ation gift. III[ of Pittsburgh, brother of the Louise Reid and Master Phillip

t. -.u-b .aslw.:autY.sdiw,! :tp sudewsrusa:.udbadsdtliu/ Bltlr bride, Justin Harlow III of Vero
Reid of and
-- St. Petersburg; Mr.
Beach, Lea Gene Gramling and LBJ Commends Mrs. Homer Xlay, Miss Paula ChurchCircles

( Byron Winn III as groomsmen. Klay and Roger Klay, all of

Father Escorts Bride Lake City.
/? Federation Dr. and Mrs. Rutland of McIntosh -
fXr1 The bride was given in mar-
i tJ-Mw riage by her father. She worea [ ; Mr. and :Mrs. Tobias N.
Marshall and Miss Mary Louise
magnolia white silk organza TOM SEPPY barrier which millions of men
gown with re-embroidered pearl ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., (AP) and women across the nation Marshall of Perry; Mr. and TUESDAY, June !9,
Justin Harlow III of Vero
\\J\\ dOEPfiINEJ peau D'ange lace appliques -President Johnson 'congratu must break through in order to Mrs. First Lutheran Church La- I
Beach Mrs. Ross Arnett Mr.
:: \ trimming the bodice waistline ; ,
lated the General Federationof take advantage of opening opportunities ] dies Guild
and Mrs. Oakley Seaver, Mr.
and skirt. The lace motifs also Women's Clubs today for its for better jobs, better -
and Mrs. Charles Seaver, Miss 8 Esther Circle and "
adorned the Watteau train. Her pjn. ONLY
program to wipe out illiteracyin living, and a brighter future.
OW/MAM shoulder-length veil of illusion the United States. Commission SuggestedMrs. Jane Seaver and Mr. and Mrs. Dorcas Circle, Mrs. Harry I

.. ___ fell from a small tiara of "At a time when this nationis Arnold urged President Deck Watson, all of Clermont. I Weber, 1415 NE 6th Terrace.--- $299Lots
--- orange blossoms and lilies of marshalling all its forces in Johnson last night to establish Adverts:cement) /

the valley. She carried an old- a war against poverty and un- a commission or White House Formi ila Prescribed of action, lot of comfort -
Enjoy Your Teen-ager fashioned round bouquet of employment, it is gratifying to conference "to obtain citizen lots of style promised -
white rosebuds and lilies of the see the successful operation of participation through individual ors-Available in by this bicycle black-
Most Doct new al now
While You valley. a far-reaching project such as activity and independent think- By I duck sure to pal around
CanHaving the literacy program of the ing on our national purpose of with you lots.
The bride's mother wore a WithoutStops Prescription
Now ;; II
General Federation of Women'sClubs the future." Central 1
had a couple of teen- the upheaval in the glandular pink crepe and chiffon, dress I ," the President said ina The commission or conference Attacks in Minutes ,. Relief Lasts for Hours I ''i Charge-
with accents of lace hat
agers myself and having received -system. tiny .'.1
letter to General Federation tablets called Prim t.Jt.
would also "aim for full parti- N.w Y.rk.N.T.(Sp alal)-The asthma -In tiny
thousands of letters from Don't be sensitive about this of pink organza roses, and ::President Mrs. Dexter Otis Ar- formula prescribed more than any These Primatene Tablets open 1 BOB'SSHOE
them, I feel fairly well qualifiedto and feel that they do not love I nold. cipation of our citizenship in other by doctors for their private bronchial tubes loosen congestion All,
shaping plans and directions of patients is now available to asthma relieve taut nervous wtension. '
pass along a few suggestionsto you any more or are growing "I am well aware of the im- our freedom by 'applied heritage offerer without prescription. without painful injections.The j]
you who are going through away from you. At all costs be portant role you have had in Medical tests proved this formula secret is- combines] .
tradition she said. in minutes and STORE
or atops asthma attacks S medicines (in full prescription I
that lovely, but strenuous age friends with them, stay close to CalendarTof initiating and organizing the fives hours of freedom from recurrence strength) found most effective in
with your children. them. project, 'Operation Alphabet.' I By "applied heritage" she of painful asthma spasms. combination for asthma distress i
This formula is so effective that I 21 W. University Ave.
During this period of life any Encourage them to bring their have had the privilege of view- said she meant "exercising and it is the physician's leading asthma Each So look performs forward a special to sleep night,I

spirited teen-ager will be anxi- friends home. Your hearty wel-- ing part of your television program applying to the future, freedomof prescription directed that now safe it can when be used sold as- and freedori from asthma Ipasm"lGet Open F'rf. 'Til 9 p.m.

ous for his independence. They come plus a well-filled cookie Events and know how effectiveit choice for every individual. without prescription in most states Primatene at any drugstore. J

want you nearby when needed, jar will be a come-on. Some is. Mrs. Arnold made her remarks --- -- --- -

but like to feel that they are special equipment such as a ten- "I commend you and your in an address at the

old enough to make some decisions -nis or badminton court or a table -: June t organization for this imaginative annual banquet of the junior

themselves. Let them do tennis set will help keep Supreme Forest Woodmen approach to one of the un- membership of the federation

so whenever it is possible with- the gang there. Circle derlying causes of our economicand which met here Saturday and
Sunshine Service Club :
out their welfare. social ills." .
endangering Of course the house will not 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Emil Biel- yesterday.A
The teen-ager is often quickto be as neat and there may be mann, 2602 NW 8th Street. Convention Opens Today resolution calling for Presi- Ii
irritation, and may be some- some expenditure of energy The letter was to be read dent Johnson to establish the

what moody at times. A certain and money, but the dividendswill Past Matrons Club, Gaines- today to the opening session of commission or conference on

,amount of this is normal be- be so important to you and ville Chapter 44, OES, 6:30 the 73rd annual convention of individual responsibility in citizenship -

cause of the rapid growth andmmmn your child. Be happy if your ,pjn., covered dish supper, the federation, which is echoing is expected to be sub-

home is the house where the Mrs. Walter Wynn, 318 NW the New York World's Fair mitted for approval to the 1,700 LAfI

gang hangs out. 15th Avenue. theme "Peace Through Under- voting delegates to the conven

Try to interest your teen-age standing." tion. .

children in sports. This takes University City Bridge Club, Some 3,000 clubwomen from ,
; BEST WAY TO :ii iiK of 7:30 p.m., University of DO PEOPLE ACCUSE
.. care teen FIorI
:::: ':': many age prob- I throughout the United States I
I) .. SAVE MONEY rtiI ::: lems. Teach them good health ida Faculty Club, West New- are expected at the convention. YOU xl
I + LSY.l: and grooming habits. berry Road.TL"ESDAY of Ignoring them? This could be due :
: :: )::' The federation has a member- loss not J
IS TO BUY to a hearing you may
r.: Have any physical defects cor- ship of about one million wom- realize you have.

i IN BULK i; rected. Most young people are Jane''Gainesville'League en in 54 countries. GAINESVILLEHEARING riit

.. ::: painfully aware of these. In fact Speakers during the convention AID CO.
of Women (20 N. Mlln' FR s-00S
they are often exaggerated in include Dr. Ralph J.
t their mind. If you fail to have Voters, Coffee for new Bunche, United Nations under- k..J

a L 0' :OM them corrected this may dam-I members, 10 a.m., Mrs. Mau- secretary for special political I
::: the rice Ahrens, 1704 NW Tenth '
age budding personality for
I affairs, and Undersecretary of :: ::::: Avenue. Mia
years to come. State W. Averell Harriman.In .
S J4.. ::S Enjoy them! Have fun with I his letter, President Johnson n
:;: them! Before know it WEDNESDAY Jane 10 cluj t: a :
::.l '- t ::: you they said "illiteracy forms a -
will be
+ t gone from the home -
nest. University City Bridge Club,
Thinking of A
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Mantfav., June A.. 1964


'EOPIJE: BELIEVE IN MAYTAG :B l 1$4 M 888 1PE0JPLE : ,-- ,

1 LBJ's Word to GraduatesSWARTHMORE '

Pa. (AP-): !! damned because they were born

President Johnson scoffed todayat with dark skin."

those who call the federal Answer to ConservativeView He went on to couple the dvfl]

government "a major menace rights issue with his antipoverty .MAYTAGhiSAL(1

to individual liberty." Government program, saying, "We are determined

At the same time he appealed on to wage unconditional:

I to college graduates of 1964 notI war against the poverty thai:

to "feel alien to this world they i keens one-fifth of our Deoole ii
are preparing to enter." ty-'" I strengthen competition in the economic bondage." ..

By some definitions, Johnson's "This," he asserted, "is not free market?

message appeared to be aimed, so." "Is freedom diminished by Hungry Thief

I on the one hand, at those who The chief executive went on to banning the sale of harmful

share the political philosophy of ask a series of rhetorical ques- drugs by providing school Got Cold CashLAS

Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., tions, all of them obviously Intended lunches for our children by

and, on the other, at the college- I to -be answered in the preserving our wilderness areas VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -/

educated segment of "the beat negative: -or by improving the safety of Las Vegas housewife told police

generation." "Does government.'subvert our airways? a thief raided her icebox anc

In his address, prepared for our freedom through the social Johnson .saved for last civil got away with $1,600 in cole

commencement exercises at security system? rights, a subject he has men- cash.

Swarthmore College, Johnson "Does government undermineour tioned in. every address he has Mrs. Stella Horton said thaa

said: "Let us not call forth freedom by bringing elec- made this neighbor had suggests
phantom fears about what the tricity to the farm-by controlling putting money in an envelope ii
"Is freedom betrayed when in
floods bank!
future holds. -or by ending her refrigerator.The .
1964 we redeem in full the
A Continuing, he said, "One of failures? theory: It would be safe

those fears is that the federal "Is freedom lessened by efforts -pledge made a century ago by from fire there and, besides

I government has become a ma- to abate pollution in our I the ? Emancipation .Proclamation -thieves never look in refrigerators ONE BIG WEEK ONLY

jor menace to individual liber- streams or by efforts to for money.
The President said that "far

Hymn Writing N.Y. Drives from government crushing at its the best individual liberates, though.The. catch: They get hungry:p We have unloaded another CAR LOAD of Maytag Washers,

Contest SetA On RowdyismAt him from the enslaving forcesof Notice Is NOTICE hereby OF given SALE that pursuantto Bought at the LOWEST CARLOAD-LOT PRICES Now We're

his environment." that certain final ludgment enteredon l
the 4th day of June, 1964. by the
competition with a prize of: Beachesc Alluding again to the civil :Circuit Court of Florida, Eighth JudIcial the
rights issue he said "This Circuit. In and for Levy County, In favor passing savings on to you Hurry Get these low,
musical set
gov- :
$100 for the of Herbert Robinson and Therese Robinson

ting of a hymn text is being NEW YORK) New Yerk-Beer Times or other ernment is fighting to free 20 Law, Docket his wife no.against 368, the W.undersigned E. Prentice will : low prices WHILE THEY LAST!

sponsored by Trinity Presbyterian be million Americans whose rights sell at public sale to the highest and
alcoholic beverages may best bidder for cash the following
and whose hopes have been
Church of Atlanta, Ga., banned from public beachesas described personal property to-wit: MAYTAG4CYCL'EK
One (1) Airplane. Taylor craft make. :
: with Festivalof NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
in connection a a means of reducing rowdy REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Model No. BC-12-D Serial No. 8005 : _

Church Music to be held in ism. Moves to that end arc under Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida and CAA Identification No. N 95 705 = -
Statutes notice Is hereby given that located at Stengel Field near the
the spring of 1965. way on several fronts .at the undersigned Ruth G. Smith. trad- Archer Road West of Gainesville "" Automatic Washer
close Ing and doing business as sole owner; Florida. -
will on
The contest city hall. under the name and style of "Esther's Said sale shall be held at the entranceof .
of this in Fine Confections", Mlcanopy, Alachua the Sheriff's office In the Court
1 the
December year Regulations now prohibit House In Gainesville, Florida at 11:00 ____
County Florida Intends to register said .
order to allow time for judging consumption of more than 72 fictitious name under the provisions of a.m. on the 16th day of June 1964. 1J.ti ...-,....... .. _....._..__.-.-.. -, -
J. M. Crevasse, Jr.
and preparing to include the ounces of beer the equivalent said statute.At Gainesville. Florida this 27th day Sheriff ,, : :,. fi

winning hymn in the Festival. of six cans by one person of May. 1964.Ruth G. Smith (3396) 6.8 By Novalene Me Noon D.S.

All composers interested in during a single beach visit. (3377) 6:1 t, 15. 22 NOTICE OF APPLICATION :

entering the competition are The police department is assigning NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARINGThe ', FOR Sec. TAX 194.14 DEED F S. '1 MAYTAG
City Plan Board will hold
r invited to write the church for 1,000 additional patrol Public Hearing on June 1!. 1964, .a t Atlantic NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

of the rules of the con- and policewomen to city 8-00 P.M. in the auditorium of the. of the Municipal Corporation the holder .
a copy I Utilities Operations Center, 555 South-: following certificates has filed

test and of the chosen hymn beaches and parks. east consider 5th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, to' said issued certificates thereon. The for a certificate tax deed number to be '

HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1. A and Years of Issuance, the description :1':1'Automatics
NOTICE IS request by the abutting property :
text.Letters addressedto UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER owner to close the alley e'the which It property, and the names In
should be 21 SECTION II OF THE CODEOF lying between lots 33 and 34, of was assessed are as follows'Certlflcae ; ;
Trinity Presbyterian THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA O. A. Porter Lands as recorded Description No. 550 Year of Issuance 1962 :
: THE FOLLOWING ABANDONED I In Plat Book A, page 43. mit of Property Orange Sum- '" jjj
Howell Mill Road NW, Atlanta, ARTICLES WILL BE OFFERED FOR 2. A request by the abutting property Melrose PB& B-15 SW14 of SE% E of :; .1
SALE AND SOLD TO THE HIGHEST owners to close Orange Lane Road Less Lots
Northwest 14th
I Church Hymn Contest, 3003 BIDDER. FOR CASH AT 12:00 NOON Street South of Northwest 45th 24 34 to Ine 41 Inc Bk C & less lots 1 to
DAY OF JUNE A.D., Bk L & less lots 1 & t to .1
THE SIXTEENTH Avenue between Blocks 34 ,
and 12 Inc
30327.IN :33-3 1
Ga. P &
POLICE DEPARTMENT 35 less lots 1 to
1964 AT THE CITY of Paradise Subdivision as per 16 Bk. Ine.
K No-1
I 721 NORTHWEST SIXTH Plat Book A, 4 Orange Summit, Sec 12
COUNTY page of the Public
JUDGE.THE ALACHUA co&ny FLORIDA STREET BICYCLES, :GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. Records da. of Alachua County. Flori Name In which Rge.assessed 22 E. Aline L. Nash V tM V'V'4 .Rated' MODEL A-IOO-WITH TRADE

Mo. 1. Boy's English no serial numberNo. (3397) 4.8 9NOTICE All of said property being In the County <: \4.t.::. .
IN PROBATE.IN OF 2. Boy's Western Flyer, serialno. of Alachua State of Florida. ': ': '::.,' ,: 4 CYCLES
RE: OF Unless ,
50071265 APPLICATION such certificate or certificates "" t ;'
, DONALD M. SCHENCK.. FOR TAX DEED shall be redeemed according to law the "
Deceased. No. 3. Boys Schwlnn serial no. K-
'j and Persons Having 980225 I See 194.16 F.S. property described In such certificate or :-'k': f':1: RUST PROOF 6 Fully Automatic Water Temperature
To All Creditors NOTICE IS HEREBY certificates will
be sold ,
I No. GIVEN that the highest .
Against Said EsI 4. Boy's no name serial no. C- :-.b"i Selector
Claims or 97515 Municipal Corporation the hold bidder at the court house door on the first -.
late: and each of are hereby notified No. 5. Boy's. Dunelt, serial no.. 683204( er said of the following certificates has filed Monday In Month of July 1944 wMch CABINET TOO! Lint Filter Tub 0 Giant Sized| Tub
You certificates for a tax Is the 6th .
claims No. 6. Boy's Dunelt I no serial numberNo. deed to be day of July 196.( .
and and demands required which to present you or any either of 7. Boy's Dunett, serial no. 139702 and IssUed years thereon.of Issuance The certificate numbers Dated this 27th day of May, 19"I I .1 f Water Level Control Safety Lid Switch
the J. B. CARMICHAELCleric
have against the estate of No. 8. Boy's, Behrens, serial no 10046 of the description
you DONALD may M.. SCHENCK. deceased, late No. 9. Boy's no name, serial no. 32598 which It property and the names In of Circuit Court of ,
of No. 10. Boys Western Flyer, serial no. was assessed are as follows: Alachua County Florida '1.:<
of said County to the County Judge Certificate No. :
79902 342 Year of Issuance 1962 3384) 6: 1, 8, 15, 22 :
Alachua County, Florida at his officeIn Description _
of } _
the court house of said County at I No. 11. Boys, Churchill Deluxe serialno. Property Waites S-D PB NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE --- -.
Gainesville. Florida within six calendar 888255 A-1<12 Lot 5 & By virtue, of an execution Issued out of :
months from the time of the first I No. 12. Boy's Western Flyer serial no. I less Let 6 the: Court of Record in and for Alachua
publication of this notice. Each claimor 71209 lame In which S 10 ft Bk 3 County: Florida In the case of Interstate
demand shall be In writing and shall I No. 13. Boy's. Norman. serial no. DiStIl Heirs & Son assessed Sara Bradley Photo Supply Corporation versus
'state the place of residence and post I No. 14. Girl's. Flying Eagle serial no. All of said Hooper-Mozert Corporation dated the
office address of the claimant, and shall 10799No. County of Alachua property being In the 5th day of March, 1964; I have levied
be sworn to by the claimant, his agent, I 15. Boy's, App llo. serial no. 1083955 Unless such State' of Florida. upon the following property, to wit:
his attorney, and any such claim or No. 16. Boy's, Western Flyer serial shall be redeemed or certificates 1 Sekonlc zoom 8 mm model 100 camera V MAYTAG ALLFABRIC't1 '
according to .
demand not so filed shall be void. no. 37568 property described In law the 1 Sekonic F-3 camera .
BERTIE B. SCHENCK. No. 17. Boys Western Flyer serial no. or certificates such certificate 1 Argus M-4. camera
21437 will' "be SOld to the highest 1 ') '" .
As administratrix of the Estate of bidder Kodak Brownie 8 mm camera & I
DONALD M. SCHENCK. deceased I No. 18. Boys. J. C. Higgins serial no. the first at the court house door on I 1 Lefts Cat. NO. F 2552
22NOTICE 1217955 In Month of July. 1 Leitz Cat. No. 11043DKeitz 1 MULTI-CYCLE DRYERS AG
(3378) 6:1 8, 15. 1964 which Is
f I No. 19. BoYs Schwinn. serial no. K3186 1944. day 'July 1 Cat. No. 14455J Itf &
UNDER I No. 20. Boys Schwinn. serial no. B- Dated 1 Sol Igor 100-200 mm zoom \ .
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW this 29th day of May, 196.(. 1 .
86801 Sologor 135 mm f2.8 lens f
No. 21. 1 Alpa 35 mm lens D
Boys no serial VrS
name. no. 12774
undersigned desiring to engage In business Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 Low. heat f.i. '
Gaines- No. 22. Boys, Schwinn serial no. B- Alachua Alpa 135 mm lens gentle =
407 N. W. 8th Avenue. County .
at Florida 1
Used Bolex 85L
viile Florida under the name of GAT ORSOFSPRA 08416AUTOMOBILES: 3090) 4:", 8, 15. 22 1 Used Bolex pistol camera grip Dries load in 26-35 : J gentle/ even heat t

COIN-OP the In'H.with I Intend I No. 1. 1952 Chevrolet 2-dr white. Motor Notice ., Application, for Tax Dead 1 .. Flash adapter kit minutes surrounds clothesMAYTAGS 1 tI V
to register No. Ssc 194.16, 2 Revere 8 mm cameras
88941 ..
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua NOTICE 1 980 Absolutely no clothes \ ....
I No. 2. 1950 Buick Roadmaster 2-dr IS HEREBY GIVEN that Keystone projector $ U ttS

County Florida.I Joseph Maxene I C.E.Hamilton Hamilton Jr. no. 59483727, green and black convertible ID- Atlantic of the Municipal following? Corporation certificates' the has holder flied- 1 1 ... Airquip Mansfield Festival 8mm projector 50 projector : shrinkage Big lint trapGuaranteed or yellowing $ .fl! l" -

No. 3. 1953 Buick 2-dr sedan blue ID said '"" '* for a tax deed to be 2 Keystone K-44 .
Herbert J. Jonesof no. 1684(< 298 Issued thereon. The certificate numbers 1 Airquip Suburbia to dry clothes 'i; .
Bate & Jones No. 4. 1949 and years of Issuance, the 2 Argus M-4 cameras .)
Chevrolet 4-dr sedan. whiteN description FASTER.. SAFER and COST 'it
Miller Building
of the 1 Autronic 1 camera : tt'LESS
property and
and blue ID the names 'In "
no. 9GK-E-17198 .
Avenue ..
University .
11 West TO
I 5. 1953 Chevrolet 4-dr which It was assessed are as follows- 1 Used Ultarblitz flash OPER TL- .;; V
Gainesville. Florida sedan black certificate 1 G. E. Sun Gun .
No. 395-Year Operates on either
ana of Issuance
cream ID 1962
3358) 5:2.51 6:1. I 15 no. 843890 .
2 Keystone 750 proJectors ,
No. 6. 1955 PontIac 2-dr *sedan white S".ripnl1n.ot Property Brush Addn DB 115-220 volts
NOTICE and blue ID Bk 24 S 63 ft of N 240 ft of 1 Keystone K-14 camera $4)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the / / William no.D.A755H4543s W 134 ft of Bk 24 E of Arredondo 1 Sylvama G-55 Sun Gun ______
undersigned desiring to engage In busI- William D. Joiner Joiner St.. Name In which assessed F. Weaver, 1 Used Hersey Pro lite RUST PROOF CABINET V.
ness at 2325 Northwest 13th Street. Chief III. 1 Auto Argus Projector
Gainesville. Florida. under the name (3398 ':1. 15 of "C'DIVISION All of said property belnt In the 2 Mansfield editors
of ECONO-CAR Of GAINESVILLE. In- County of Alachua, State of Florida. 1 /e&L remote cords
tend to register the said name with A Unless such certificate or certificates 2 Keystone movie guns
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alachua ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS shall be redeemed according to law the I Comet M flash guns
County. Florida.I Notice Is 1reby given that the Board property described In such certificate 1 Kodak brownie 8mm cameras Over 15,000,000 30 YEAR PARTS
TEMCO OF GAI ESVILLE, of County Commissioners of Alachua or certificates will be sold to the highest 1 Smith-Victor Sun Guns
I NC. County. Florida hereby calls for and bidder at the court. house door on the 1 Fairchild 8mm projector
BY: William F. Erwin requests bids for services to be first Monday In Month of July. 1964 1 Used Bolex CBS camera
4 Its President chased by said Board for and on behalf p which Is the 4th day of July 1964. 2 Polaroid wink-lights ARE BUILT TO Have Been AVAILABILITYGUARANTEE
(Corporate Seal) of Alachua County Florida Dated this 29th day of May, 1964. 1 Used Polaroid HOB camera'sGraflex
Sealed bids will' be received at the J. B. Carmichael 1 strip projector
Bates 8. Jones office of the Board of County Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 Used Craflex strip pro lectors 500 Watt
t Post Office Box 396 nlssloners of Alachua County Florida. Alachua County Florida 1 Balmlte 50 projectors 'LAST, LONGER Built
Miller Building Gainesville. Florida until 2:30 (3381) <:1. 8. 15 22 1 Fairchild cameras (not zoom)
4., 11 west University Avenue E.S.T June 14 1964 for 1 Used CL Bolex w-zoom lens
Gainesville. Florida N. W. 3t Avenue construction of NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1 Filter Assortment (app. 100 filters)
(3340 S:2S 6:1. 8 IS At the above stated Nwstr TAX DEED 2 Zeiss Ikon cameras
time bids will be NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. opened and tabulated by authorized Atlantic I > Pro-Tessar 85mm lens

FOR EIGHTH ALACHUA JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT IN IN CHAN AND Commissioners resenfatlve.! of of the Board of County repS er of the Municipal following Corporation certificates the has hold-filed 2 1 -- Zeiss.Pro-Tessar Ikon Backs 35mm lens I
Aiachul County. Fto- said certificates for a tax deed be la- Washer
CERY. rida. Bids will be considered And that I es! Sheriff of Alachua County Maytag Wringer Special.
award sued thereon. The certificate numbers
at a Florida will on Monday the 29th day .
meeting of the .
Board to be held and years of Issuance, the descriptionof
CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND In the County Commission of June 1944 between the hours of _
i LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA Courthouse, Gainesville Room. County the property and the names In 11:00 am. and 2:00 p.min front of
Florida beginning which It was assessed are as follows: the North door of the Courthouse, Gainesville -
a corporation authorized to do at the above time $
and date.' Certificate No. 266 Year of Issuance 1962 Alachua County Florida offer for With the
business In the State of Florida Any bids purchase of MAYTAG
Plaintiff date specified after the time end Description of Property W 14 chs of E sate said property and sell the same to any
V$. Each bid must snail'be not be considered. 27.125 chs of Lot he highest bidder for cash to satisfy Wringer Washer you will receive o set
FRED T. MINTER MARY JANE a certified check, accompanied by 2 Sec f. Two. said execution and costs. The property of Heavy Duty Drain Tubs. clothes
or bid bond. In f Big
WINTER. JOSEPH E .GUM and MAE amount not less than an 10 S Rge. 19 E. having been levied upon by me and V tiI'i:
D. GUM.Defendants. per cent) of the base tT.u.rartS estine Name In TaylorAll which assessed J. A. & Ern will be sold as the property of .the I basket, and Giant Bex of Tide absolutely -
that defendant. Hooper-Mozert Corporation.J.
bidder will not withdraw from of said property being In the
the M. Crevasse. Jr.. Sheriff FREE! !
after the opening of County of Alachua. State of Florida. V .
NOTICE OF SUIT bids Alachua County, Florida -
) and If
awarded the contract, he Unless such certificates shall be redeemed
will 3374)) 6:1, 8. IS. 22
J IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF I days within after ten writte(10),, notle consecutive ho given calendar The, described according In such to certificate law the or property certificates -IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE -.e :THAT'S: RIGHT, YOU GET: THIS .

_FLORIDATO award, enter Into written contract 1 will be sold to the highest bidder SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND I laundry package for I
Fred T. Minter with the Board of County Commissioners I .t the court house door on the first FOR LEON COUNTY FLORIDA. old when
washer B
: j
3424 Natchez Avenue 1ft accordance with the accepted pro- Monday In Month of July. 1944 which 17367 _ _ your
Chicago. Illinois to PGSIL Should the successful bidder fall Is the 4th day of July 1964. BOARD OF CONTROL a public ..... : i7 you trade it for a
Into a contract the bid bond Dated this 27th day of May, 1964.J. corporation of the State of Florida -, __ .
shall be forfeited as Petitioner brand new MAYTAG !
: Mary Jane Minter liquidated damages.I. B. CARMICHAELClerk V V .
The i"1 bond and Performance bond of Circuit Court of Alachua vs.
Address Unknown shall be obtained\ from an agency of a County Florida THE STATE OF FLORIDA. et ii.Respondents. Wringer Washer.

Joseph E. and Mae D. Gum surety or Insurance company which (331]) 4:1. 8. 15. 22 .
shall have SHOW CAUSE
an established place of busI- ORDER
North Water
342 Street
ness In Alachua County. Florida. and Nertce ef Application fir Tax. Deed O THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
Milwaukee 2. Wisconsin
be duly licensed to conduct business Sec 194.16 p.s. THROUGH ITS STATE ATTORNEYS OF
: GIVEN that THE
You are hereby notified that suit
-In equity has trtn brought against a All work shall be completed In accord Atlantic Municipal Corporation the hold CIRCUITS. AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY -
by CAYUGA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Inc. with the plans and specifications. er of the following certificates has OWNERS, TAXPAYERS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA which may be examined at the officeof to be Issued thereon. The certificatefiled CITIZENS THEREOF AND OF ALACHUA -
a corporation authorized to do R. J. Miller. County Engineer. said certificates for a tax deed COUNTY FLORIDA. INCLUDING
business In the State of Florida In the A set of swch documents may be numbers and years of Issuance the NON-RESIDENTS OWNING PROPERTYOR
Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. obtained from R. J. Miller,. County description of the property and the SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN. -
In and for Alachua County. Florida. Engineer Gainesville Florida. names in which It was assessed are as AND OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING
and you are hereby summoned. ordered Bidders must be acceptable to and follows: ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST
.and required to file your written answerer approved by the Florid State Read Certificate No. 336 Year of Issuance 1962 IN PROPERTY TO BY THE BOARD
defense to th. Complaint filed here- Department for contract work with that Description of Property Pine Ridge PB AN AGENCY OF THE
I. against you In the above entitled D-32 Lot 13 Nam In which Assessed OF CONTROL
; OF
causa In the office of the Clerk of the may withdraw his bid for Richard & Thekna Cobb. "
Circuit Court In and for Alachua County. a period of sixty (M) days after the All of said property being In the 000 REVENUE CERTIFICATES PARTICULARLY THER-DE.
Florida. In his office In the Courthouse dale set for the opening of bids. County of Alachua State of Florida. INAFTER MORE WHO MAY BE IN ANY
In Gainesville Florida on or before the Proposals shall be submitted In duplicate Unless such certificate or certificatesshall SCRIBED. OR
22nd day of June A.D. 1944 and to on the Proposal Froms furnishedas be redeemed according to law the WAY AFFECTED THEREBY:
serve a copy of such answer or defenses part of the Specifications. extra copies property described In such certificateor
The State of FlorIda. through the
upon Gray Chandler, O'Neal Carlisle of which are available !
at the office of certificates will be sold to the highest Second andEiOhff'l
State of the
& Avera. Plaintiffs" the Attorneys
attorneys herein. County
bidder at the court house door on Circuits of said State.
whose address Is P. 0. Box 44 Gaines The Board of County Commissioners me first
Monday In Month
of Jury. .and the several property owners, tax
ville. Florida. on or before said date reserves the right to re led and 964, which .
any is the 6th of
as required by the laws I July. I payers and citizens Thereof ana or More
of Florida. If all bids and to waive Informalities and TM. People Use May
Alachua County. Florida. Including non tag
fail to do so a Decree ... .
you Pro Con-
tease will be entered against you tor tract"'-In cnie.the best ana Interest TO award of me Alachua con Dated this J. B.27th Carmichael day of May, 1964. residents owning property or subject to
taxation therein and others having or
the relief demanded In tile Com laiftt.
County. Clerk of Circuit Court of tftle! Interest In
claiming any right. or .
You are further notified
of said suit ls that the nature G. M. DAVIS CHAIRMAN AlKhua County Florida property to be affected by the Issuanceby
a mortgage foreclosure. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 33U) ':1. 5. 15, 22 the Board of Control an agency of Than Other Washer

It to hereby ordered that this order ALACHUA NOTICE Of APPLICATIONFOR the State of Florida. of the *Si.7S4.S i Any
and notice shall be published once a (2375) COUNTY. FLORIDA. TAX DEED University of Florida Apartment Revenue
week tor four consecutive weeks In the 6: 1,5 Sec F.S. Certificates of 1944 hereinafter more .
Gainesville Dally Sun a newspaper published Notice ef Application for' Tax Deed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that. particularly described. or to be affectedin -
In Gainesville. Alachua any way thereby. are hereby required
County. Sec. 194.14. FA Atlantic Municipal Corporation,
the holder
Florida and having a general circulAtion NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that of the following certificates" has filed-: to appear before the Circuit Court of
Alachua County. Florida. Atlantic Municipal Corporation the. hold said certificates for a tax deed to be Leon County. Florida In the Second Judicial NO DOWN PAYMENTwith
Circuit of said State at tie Court
I SIr hand as Clerk of the er of the following certificates has filed Issued thereon. The certificate numbers
Gainesville, House In Tallahassee, Florida. on the
said Court Alachua County said
certificates for :
a tax deed to be years of Issuance, the
Florida, on this 20th day of May Issued thereon. The certificate numbers. the 25 day of June 1964. at ten o'clock trade
property the names In
A.D. U.... and years of Issuance AJYU. and show cause why thp prayersof
the which It assessed
description was are as follows
J. B. the Petition fled to the above
Carmichael Clerk proceeding
of the property, and the names In Certificate No. 32* Year of Issance 1942
should not be granted and the
By: Emily Waterhouse
was assessed are as follows: Description of Pin R
_Property *
Deputy Clerk: Certificate No. JO-Ye.r of Issuance e:8 revenue certificates therein described 24 MONTHS
1942 D-32 Lot
(Court Seal) Description of and the proceedings of Petitioner heretofore -
Property Jeru Name In
Par PB which
assessed Chartlemae
(3357) 5-25 4:1 8. 15 taken authorizing tie issuance thereof
C-44 Lots 19 20 Bk B Name In which Johnson Heirs _
validated and confirmed. _
NOTICE Of INTENTION TO assessed Viola Jones. All of said property being In the Said revenue certificates are dated ____
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME All of said property being In the County of Alachua State of Florida. January 1, 1944. bear interest at net
Pursuant to Section 845.09 Florida County of AJachva. State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates I exceeding three and one-half per centum
Statutes notice Is hereby given that Unless such certificate or certificatesshall shall be TO PAY
redeemed according ta Uw the i!,,3\'a per cent) per annum, are In the
the undersigned Elizabeth N. Plttman be redeemed according to law property described in such certificate1or aggregate principal arrount of SUSAAOO
and John T Plttman. doing business the property described in such certificateor certificates will be sold to the and mature in annual InstalUments Iq
under the firm name of The Little certificates will be sold to the Highest est bidder at the court house lliOft-l the wars 1947 to 2004. Inclusive an M .
Gallery 1121 W. University A.... Gaines bidder *t the court house door on the the tint Monday In Montn of more fully described In the Petition 15thI
ville. Alachua County. Florida intendsto first Monday In Month of July. 1944 "44, which U the 4th day of July.I filed herein and exhibits attached thereto NO PAYMENTS Itil.July
register said fictitious name under which Is the 4th day of Ju>'. ".... 15M V _
the provisions of the aforesaid Statute. Dated this 29th day of May, 1944.J. Dated this Suit day of'May. 196.(. DONE AND ORDERED at Tallahassee
Dated at Gainesville Florida this II B. Carmichael J. B. CARMICHAEL Florida..this 19 day ef May 1944.sW. ,
day of May A.D.. 1'". ] Clerk of Circuit Court ofAlachua Clerk of Circuit Court of May Walker
ELIZABETH N. PITTMAN County. Florida Alachua County Florida CIRCUIT JUDGE :_ :
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Monday,_June_ 8, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7

F Chisox Sweep .l' ; :''Giants Win Dizzy

Grab AL LeadBy I

Game FromPhils

By HAL BOCK but Harmon Killebrew's 15th

Associated: Press Sports Writer homer evened things in the sec

Gene who made Gene Stephens ond. Tony Oliva and pitcher I
Stephens, a I By MURRAY CHASS -r- Duke Snider's homer
I living in the 50s as Ted Williams Camilo lascual, who won his r two-r
Associated Press Writer
Sports and Jim Hart's solo blast. They
caddy in the Boston Red Pinch-Hit Ace eighth, drive in runs to give ,

Sox outfield earns his major Minnesota the lead and Bernie When they come to write Dan. won it in the 10th as Chris Shortwalked
league paycheck these days In Allen's fifth homer closed the ny Cater's baseball epitaph, 1- Tom Haller with the
Nightcap -
scoring. : "He was bases loaded, forcing in Chuck
,with a set of clubs.

Stephens' pinch single in the Bob Chance clubbed two homers P I the Great Hiller.

eighth inning drove in the win- for Cleveland but the Indians Deron Johnson belted five hit
The A's scored all their
ning run Sunday as Chicago runs ,struggled into the 15th be- : Philadelphia in five times at bat and
in the homers with
nipped Detroit 2-1 and completed opener fore winning the first game ; rookie, was listed in the Edwards clouted a grand slam
Ed Charles and Bill each
a doubleheader sweep. with Bryan and against Washington.. Al Smith starting line-up as batting fifth 1 homer in the first inning for the

There was a time when all connecting pitcher Orlando a Pena man on singled Leon Wagner home to : .. Sunday when first-place San :. Reds. Johnson rapped three sin-

Stephens needed to earn his adding abases break it up after a walk and a Francisco edged the second- k. -\ .' gles, a double and a home run. I
shot. -
keep in the big time was liaro had empty a two-run Tony homer Conig-for throwing error had put the win- I place Phillies 4-3 in 10 innings. "s.S.. ,- Frank Robinson also homeredfor

4 a ready glove. That was in the the Red Sox. ning run on third. I Although seven Phillies came to S the Reds while Julian Javier

.twilight of Williams' fabulous Chuck Hinton homered and the plate in the first inning, hit two and Charlie James one

t American League career. The The Twins halted rookie Wally -added two other hits as Wash- : Cater never made it. t' .. :-> for the Cardinals.

Bunker's winning streak at ington came back to take the '
would start in -
Splendid Splinter ..m __ nmn--n_.____ Managers Al Dark and Gene 'SSt Four
left field, do his damage at the six games and dropped the Orioles -nightcap. Al Koch won it, scat -. .< S Homers
Mauch took of
plate, and then let Stephens han into second place. Baltimore -, tering eight hits including John YANKEE' ACE WHITEY FORD care ti. < The Cubs kocke down the

: dIe the fielding for the last few grabbed a quick 2-0 lead' Romano's seventh homer. he just keeps on winning They perpetrated one of the t % Braves with run power.

r -- weirdest innings of the season, 't. w Ernie Banks and Billy Williams

.Innings.But moving players in and out faster if .;,; each connected with one on and
when Williams retired in : cV
1960, Stephens had to come up American League Boxes; Livestock than James Bond gets into a: '\ Andre Rodgers hit a bases-

trouble. blast. Hank
with something more than a '' \, \ empty Aaron

five-fingered piece of leather to L- How It Started .L-, '; \ .lJ sled a two-run homer fort

his job. It took him three CigarmenGain Giants' Bob \ .
keep I First Cam New York 101 012031-* starter Hendley,

years and a trip to the minors I DETROIT CHICAGOab T Los Angeles 010 OOP 200-3 a southpaw, triggered the strategy Vernon Law scattered seven
r h bi ab r h H _
but he appears to have done it. battle by hitting Tony Tay- ALVIN DARK hits he
Wood :3b 5010 McCraw Ib 4100 E-McBride. Fregosi. PO-A-New York Wins as won his third game
Lumpe 2b 4120 Weis 2b 2110 Y X" "''''''i. ". '/ {.Qtww.ft' 2712. Los Angeles 27-1X DP-Kubek, Richardson lor with a pitch, walking Cookie dizzy strategy worked against five defeats for the F!.
Found A Bat KaJine rf 4130 Robinson rf 4 0 2 2 Piersall, Knoop.
Cash Ib 4011 Ward 3b 3121 fif : ]! !tJI and Pepitone; and finish the with Willie
drifted to Baltimoreand ; Torres. Knoop and Adcock. LOB-New Gainesville Rojas giving a run-scoring game rates. He was by BillMazeroski's
Stephens Bruton cf 4011 Hansen ss 2200 Livestock supprte
Kansas City and then to Indianapolis McAuliffe ss 3 1 1 0 Nicholson If 4 1 1 3 [:t: Thomas If 4 0 1 H'shb'ger cf 4100 anc I
: .!Jtlril ; Tresh Torres, Howard, Fregosi.IP only hit of the inning. The rest of the inning, though,
in 1963 when all of a Freehan c 4011 Martin c 4011 the-park
H R "R BB so Hav-A-Tampa beat Smith Sin .
I Regan p 1000 Buzhardt p 1 0 0 0 L r ijj "x' t.: : Dark in went relatively fast. Roy Siev-
discovered his bat. ; i Ford. W 7-1 7 7 3 3 3 5 Out came and came
sudden he aBrown 1 00 OTalbot 1 000 I clair 15-5 in Business The
p ; Mikkelsen ...... 2 2 0 0 0 2 League ers lined a sacrifice fly to Maysfor Colts won first game
Gladding p 0 0 0 0 Wilhelm p 1100 < : right-handed reliever Bob Bolin.
A .304 average with 17 homers McBride. U 1.10 7 7 5 5 3 2 softball t
games Saturday nighl with a five-run in the
Egan p 0000 11 Dubliba 1-33: 3 2 0 0 the second run and Gus Tri- rally
Richie Allen walked the ,
earned him a look with the Sparma p 0000 at Park.A ,
D. Lee 12-33 1 1 14 City ninth. Rusty Staub drove in the
of last bDemeter 1000 HBP-By McBride (Ford). U-Soar, bases and bringing Cater to the andos struck out.Slows .
L White Sox at the tailend Totals 33 311 3 Totals 30 I 77 1. 41i Salerno McKinley. Chylak. T 2:33. third contest between CW/ tying and runs with a
a-Struck out for Regan In 7th b- wig
with ; plate.
and he impressed and
season Grounded et/t for Sparma In fth. A-25.M3. Sunland Training Centei Down single while John

seven for 18 and a .389 average. First Game was canceled when neither team; However, before the right- After that display of bullpen
I Bateman added
Detroit ................. 000 111 000-3 'Jk"f '1 a home run.
Chicago Manager Al Lopez remembered -Chicago ................ 030 001 MX-$ WASHINGTON CLEVELAND could field enough players. handed hitting Cater could look versatility Dark apparentlytook
;? : ? abrhbi abrhbi the Pirates' starter
Stephens bat in the E Sparma. PO-A-Detroit 24-9. ChU i;: y "{;' A:. '*->:"'.. 'f Brlnk'n ss 4010 Howser ss 4010 Four runs in the first innin F at a pitch, Mauch pulled him for pity on his staff. He Unt nint
DP-McCraw, Hansen and I i *: : ; a three-hitter.
t ago 27-13. > & Kennedy 3b 7010 Davalillo cf 6020
eighth inning of Sunday's second McCraw; Freehand and Wood. LOB-De- t. Hinton 7110 Wagner If 5110 helped Livestock to a fast start.: left-hander es Covington. Bo- brought in just three more He struck out 12, tying a Pittsburgh -
Detroit. The trot 7. Chicago 5.2B 1x. Skowron 4000 Romano c 4000 Les Un then went the same as
game against Wigglesworth had three hits i way pitchers the rest of the way.
-Ward, McAuliffe. 3B-Bruton. HR- Zimmer rf If 5 1 2 0 Chance Ib 4222 record for strikeouts in
White Sox had taken the opener Nicholson. r l Leppert c 2000 dGrant 0 0 0 0eBlas'me for the winners while Andrew i Cater as Dark brought on south- Elsewhere in the NL, Cincinnati -
IP H R ER liB SO ,j. 3,"""j j 0000 Smith rf 2011 a nine-inning game.
8-3 but were trailing 1-0 against Regan.L.3-5.... 5 4 4 2 5 Brumley c 3021 Alvis 3b 4030 homered as did Starling. Rolanc I paw Ken MacKenzie. Mauch, : outslugged St. Louis 11-6,

Hank Aguirre in the nightcap. Gladding ....... 2-3 0 2 2 3 0 gr Valentine cf 1 000 Brown 2b 6010, Brunelle had two of the losers!I not wanting to run out of out- ,Chicago overpowered Milwaukee Don Drysdale pitched and
loan ......... 1-31 0 0 0 0 eKing rf 3000 Held rf 3000
.Floyd Robinson led off the Sparma ........ 1 1 2 0 1 2 t .. CoHler 3b 5000 eWhifi'd Ib 2 0 1 (: lour bits.Afattox. fielders before ha got through M, Pittsburgh whipped batted foe Dodders over The
: ,
... ../1. .tt
....... t :;:,\''>.n. ''':t.iit ''J'
Buzhardt 41-3 f 2 2 2 2 \; 1 3 PMDonst: \ p 3 \) 1-5)I
\l O'P'p
I. eighth and reached on Jake :UWxrt, W, 1-D ... 12-) 2 1 1 D 0.Wimelm .:i<*: :i ;:S4 ff.if t.if:J'i/i'i'/ ; :> bLOCK \
A balk and a sac- ( .. .,... 1 1 0 0 ft 3 Rldzik P 0000 Abernathy p 1 0 0 0 three hits York and driving in two
Wood's error. HBP By Regan Wels). U-Smith, 'i: '( l'i ro :t1'.t41tt; : Kline p ZOO fFrancona 1000 two of them doubles,. Dark, however, didn't let Los Angeles trounced New his runs

rifice moved Robinson to third Stewart Honochfck Runge. T-1'.5o. r" :..;:;;f..". :'W<..:: .f(,.:..,""''.\i"'2'<';'i.($'<"'t:.\': gOsteen 1000 Ramos p 1000 Ward homered for the victors,. MacKenzie pitch too long. After I II 6-1, then payed: a 1.1 tie when wit a homer in the third anda

r and he scored on Ron Hansen's Second Cam Jdf Duckworth Totals 51 0000 2 7 1 Totals 82 3 12 3 The losers got only two hits,I he got Covington on a pop out, J rain washed out the game after sacrifice bunt in the four-run

''j single. Don Buford's single put DETROIT r h bl CHICAGOab ab r h M I}! :I a-for Ran Rudolph for Leppert in 7th;In c-Struck 7th; bStruckout out for both singles. he departed in favor of right ,five innings. ninth. He also single. Charlie

the winning run in scoring posi- Wood 3b 4110 H'shb'ger cf 3 0 1 0 Valentine in 8th; d-Ran for Chance in Tonight's games: hander Gaylord Perry, the Although Mauch might have Smith homered Mets.
Lumpe 2b 4000 Wels 2b 3000 e-Grounded into force for Held in
tion and Lopez called for Kaline rf 4021 bMlnoso 1000 11th 11th;; f-Flied out for Abernathy in 12th; Field No. 1, 6:30, Post Office I fourth Giants' pitcher. By now, 1I won the battle, Dark wound up Jim Hickman's home run in the

Stephess.The Cash lb 4000 Cun'ham Ib 0000 1t ., June 8, 1964 Pago 71 g-Grounded out for Kline In 14th. vs. Gainesville Gas 8 Penn the Down 3-0 the fifth the Mets 1-1 tie
Bruton cf 3000 Robinson rf 3 1 1 0 t : ; I observers were beginning to'winning war. gave a i
veteran outfielder singledto Thomas If 2000 Ward 3b 20001 tf.: i. j Washington Cleveland .. 000 010 000 000 020 100 000 000 000 001-3-1 Chem vs. Sunnyland Packing;: wonder if Dark would have to I Giants rallied in the ninth on the nightcap.

left, delivering Hansen with McAuliffe dBrown ss 3 1000 0 0 0 Nicholson Hansen ss If 3000 4111 9:30, Utility Dept. vs. Howard's i

the winning run and completingthe Roarke c 3000 McCraw Ib 2000 E-Brlnkman. Kennedy. PO-A-Washlng- TV; Field No.2 6:30
Aguirre p 2000 aLandis 1000 1 In 4th; b-Popped for Nixon In 7th; e- ton 42-14 Cleveland 45-13 (none out when : Fulps I r
sweep for the Chisox. Fox p 0000 Buford 2b 1010 I Piled out for Heffner in 7th d-Singled winning run scored). DP-Cottier. Brink. Radiator vs Road Prison 9:30:
M'Nertney e 3 000 I for Charton In oth. man and Skowron. LOB-Washington 10 ]
double victory coupled GE '
The CWA.
cStephens 1011 Boston ................. 021 001 002-4 Cleveland 14.2BZimmer.. vs.
with Minnesota's 5-2 victoryover Martin 0000 .I Kansas City ............. on 000 MX-$ Alvis 2. HR-chance 2. GE 2000020-4 44<; _.
Horlen p 4020 SB Blasingame, Valentine, Brinkman. -- -
Baltimore put the White Totals 30131 Totals 21272 E-Edwards. POA Boston 24-o, Kansas Howser. S-Davalillo. Romano.IP Livestock 410 130 :x 9 14 :, ------- -
halfgamein a-Popped up for McCraw in 7th; b- : City 2711. DP-Williams. Jones and H R ERBBSO .
Sox in first place, a Flied out for Wets In 7th; c-Singled for Stuart; TIUman and Jones; Green. Cau- Rudolph 4 3 1 1 0 2 McDonald and Nero, Haynie;,; HOUSTON HOUSTON Los Angeles .. .. .. .. .. 101 000 004-4 2B-Mathews. Lemaster. HR Banks
front of the Orioles. Elsewhere McNertney in 8th; d-Flied out for Thorns :sey and Gentile; Charles. Green and Gen- Ridzik 1 2 1 1 1 1 Smith and Jeter.'Hav.ATampa brhbl all r.. bI New York . .. .. .. OOP COO 100-1 Williams, RogerspAaro'
in fth. 'tile. LOB-Boston 6. Kansas City 5. Kline 6 0 0 3 Lillis 2b 4110 Schofield ss 4111 R ER BB SO
in the AL, New York HR-Gentile 2, Yastrzemskl. Williams U 1-2 .. 1 3 1 1 1 1'I 005 154 5 12 :1 Kasko as 4000 Vlrdon cf 5120 xBuhl, W 6-3 .... 7 6 2 2 3 1
Detroit ..... ...... ......... 100 000 100-1 ,. E-Taylor, Wills Fairly. PO-A-Los Angeles McDanlel .. .
whacked Los Angeles 9-3, Bos- Chicago ................... 000 000 Otx-2 2. SB-Thomas. IP H R ERBBSO McMahon McDowell .. 72-3 1.3 6 0 2 0 2 0 4 0 10 1 Smith Sinclair 000 203 52 ;I White Bond rf cf 4lllStarceil 4121 Clemente. ib rf 5022 5010 27-4, New York 27-10. DP Gonder Lemaster, L, 7-3 .2 51-34 2 4 0 4 0 4 0 3 1

ton and Kansas City split with E-Wood. PO-A-Detroit 24-8, Chicago Morehead L. 3-6 3 7 5 5 1 t Abernathy...... 4 0 0 0 2 5 Shore and Weaver Evans I Aspro'nte3b4l2OLynch If 3010 York and McMillan.7. LOB-Los Angeles 4. New Sadowsk .. .. ..12-31 0 0 1 1
2713. LOB-Detroit 5, Chicago 10. Heffner ........ 3 1 0 0 1 2 Ramos, W, 3-4 ... 3 1 0 0 0 1 ; anc Wynn If 4120 bAAota If 1000 HoH . .. 2 3 1 1 1 1
the Red Sox winning the first Hershberger.. SWard.IP Earley........ 1.3 4 3 3 0 0 x-Faced 3 men In 15th. WP-McMahon Glaze. Staub Ib 4012 Frees 3b 4010 2B-Gilliam., 33-Tracewskt. HR-Drys- x-Faced one man in Ith.WP .
the H R ERBBSO Charton ........ 12-30 0 0 0 1 2. U-Napp, Rice Stevens Valentine. t- Bateman c 41 1 MazVskl 2b 4110''dale C. Smith. Moon. S-W. Davis Drys- -Lemaster. U Secory. Burkhart
second -
9-5 and the A's taking Aguirre, L, 1-2 .. 72.3' 2 0 4 3 Segul. W. 4-5 .... 11-37 0 5 5 4 3:50. Johnson p 1000 Pagllaronl c 2 0 0 0 'dale. Sudol Pryor. T-2:3. A-23.481.
8-6 and Cleveland split a Fox .. .... ... ... 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Wyatt ..... .. 2.3 2 0 0 0 1 Jones p 0000 Veal p 4000 IP H R ER BB SO
Horlen W, 4-2 ... 0 3 1 1 3 4 HBP By Heffner (Gentile). U-Carri Second Game Sox to Face aHertz 1000 Priddy p 0000 Drysdale, W, 7-5 .. 2 6 1 1 0 10 ST. LOUIS CINCINNATI
pair with Washington, winningthe Balk-Aguirre. U-Stewart. Honochick gan Haller, Hurley. Flaherty. T-2:44. WASHINGTON CLEVELAND Yellen p 0000 Green p 0000 Stallard L, 3-7 .. a 1.3 7 4 4 2 4 abrhbi abrhbi
and Runge Smith. T2:17.36,313. abrhbi abrhbi cFox 1000 Butters p 0000 Locke ... .. ... 2-32 2 2 0 0 Flood cf 4030 Rose 2b 5010
first 3-2 in 15 innings BALTIMORE MINNESOTA Blas'ame 2b 5 0 1 0 Hewser ss 3000 Yanks Raymond p 1 0 0 0 HBP-By Stallard (Parker). U-Donaem. Warwick 4100 Harper 5120
losing the fightcap 63. First Gam abrhbi abrhbi Kennedy 3b 5110 Davalillo cf 3001 Orioles Totals 34 4II J Totals 17 3 f 3 Landes Sterner and Barhck. T- Groat ss 5010 Rob'son rf 5221
80STON. KANSAS CITY Adair 2b 4 1 1 Versalles ss 3 1 00 Hinton If 5331 Wagner If 4110 a-Struck out for Jones In 4th; b-Ran I 2:40. Boyer 3b 4021 Johnson lb 5351
abrhbi abrhbi Aparlclo ss 4000 Rollins 3b 4000 King rf 3l2lRomanoc 4122 for Lynch in 7th; c-Filed out for Yellen White Ib 4 00 Cardenas ss 4201
Horlen WinsStephens' Jones 2b 5110 Causey ss 4110 Bowens rf 3001 Oliva rf 4011. Phillips Ib 4121 Chance rf 4020 For 17 Games in 8th.Houston. James If 4121 Edwards c 3124
Conlgliaro If Siebern ib 1100 Allison ib 4000 Second Cam McCarver c 4 2 2 0 4120
5 1 1 2 Mathews Cf 4 000 Brumley 4022 Whitfield Ib 4010
hit made a winnerof Y'trze'skl cf 3 2 1 3 Charles 3b '4122 Robinson 3b 4 0 OHall cf 4110 Valentine cf 3 0 0 Alvis 3b 4110 ................ oao 001 8Os-6 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK Javier 2b 4224 Klaus 3b c 2000
Joel Horlen, who fired a Stuart lb 4000 Colavito If 4000 Powell If 4011 Killebrew If 3112 Brinkman ss 5 0 1 1 Brown 2b 4010 CHICAGO (AP-The Pittsburgh ............. 101 100 000-3 abrhbl abrhbi Simmons p 2000 bColeman 1112
Thomas rf 4 2 2 OGentile Ib 4000 Kirkland cf 3000AiIen 2b 3221 Koch p 4OIDBeil p 1000 Chicago I Wills ss 3 1 1 0 C. Smith 3b 2 0 0 0 aLong 1000 Boros 3b 0000
; strong three-hitter, allowing just Malzone 3b 4133 Aluslk If 4010 Brown c 3000 Zlm'eran c 3 0 1 0 John p 0000 White Sox have battled theii. E-Johnson. Mota. PO-A-Houston 27. Parker Ib 2010 Kfnep'l Ib 2010 Craig p 0000
and Bressou 4000Lauc 4110 Bunker p 2000 Pascual p 3011 aDicken 1000 14. Pittsburgh 274. LOB-Houston 5, Pittsburgh W. Davis cf 2 0 0 0 Hunt 2b 1000 cLewis 1000 Nuxhall p 3000
one hit after the first inning Tillman c 4011 Green 2b 4 0 0 0Monb'q.te Johnson 1010 Grant p 0000 way back into first place in the.I 11. Moon rf 1000 Kanehl 2b 1000T. Shantz p 0000Jayp 0001Totais
2B-AAazeroskl, Wynn. 3B-White. HR- Davis If 2020 Chrlstop'r rf 2 0 0 0 J7' 12 Totals 371115 10a
retiring 20 of the last 21 battershe p 3ll0Penap 2111 Haddix p 0000 Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 American and their.
Radatz p 1110 aBryan 1112 Totals 2222 Totals 3157 5a bFrancona 1000 League Bateman. SB-Vlrdon. Lillis. McM'li'n 3b 1 0 1 0 Hickman cf 2111 -Struck out for Simmons In faced. IP H R ER BBSO Trace'skI 2b>> 2 0 0 0 Taylor If 2000 Singled for Klaus in 7th Grounded
Santiago 0000 -Singled for Bunker in 8th. McMahon 0 0 0 o chances of ;
p p finishing
on top I Johnson ....... 32.3' 3 2 1 0 Camllli 2000Canzaro C 1010 for Craig In -
Dave Nicholson crashed a Totals 37 H Totals 35575 Baltimoro ............. 200 000 000-2 CSmith 1000 could be determined Jones ..... .... I 1-3 1 0 001 Willhile c 2 0 0 Samuel u 2000 Ih.St.
Ward Homered for Pena in 7th. Minnesota ............. 021 101 oox5E Totals 38 4 11 4 Totals 3433 in the next Yellen ......... 2 1 0 0 1 1 p Lary p 2000 Louis .'. .. . .. 120 001 i
three-run homer and Pete BKton .. . .... ......._. 0-0201301 A-Fouled out for John In 5th; b- 13 days. Raymond W M 2 1 0 0 1 1 Totals 17.1 5. Totals 17 1 3 1 Cincinnati . .. .. .. 500 100 II 11E
delivered clutch single to win Kansas City .. .... ..... ... ooi 002 200-5 Versa lies. PO-A-Baltimore 2+10. Struck out for Abernathy In 7th? c- xVeale .. ....... I 5 3 3 2 12
a Mnlnesota 2711. DP-Allen. Versa lies and I Popped out for McMahon In 9th._ The 13 days of decision involve ., yPriddy. L, 1-2 0 2 2 2 0 0Green Los Angeles ..... .......... ... 100 0G-1 -Boyer, Javier 2. PO-A-St. Lou's .412 -
the opener. The Tigers had City E-Jones.27-4. LOB-Boston PO-A Boston, 277. Kansas'LOB Allison Baltimore Allison 4.Versa Minnesota lies and 3. Allison. Washington .............. 110 020 200-4 17 ....--.-. 2-3 3 1 1 0 0 New York .... .. .. ......._ .._. GOO 11-1 Cincinnati 27.13 DP-Groat, J6vierand
3 Kansas City X2B games against Balti ..... White
Nicholson's Cleveland GOO 111 011-3 Butters 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Ro Johnson. LOB-St.
back to tie it after -Thomas. Radatz. HR-Pena. Mai- 2B HaiL HR-Klilebrew. SB Adalr. ,
Les Louis 4
McMullen. PO-A
come more and New Sork ,. x-Faced two men In 'm; Y-Faced E-Hunt Angeles Cincinnati 0.
one. Charles. Yastrzemski Bryan, Con- SF-Bowens. E-None. PO-A Washington 27-8. Cleveland a coupleof ,
homer of the sea two men In 8th. 5-4 New York 15-t. DP-Canmzzaro and 28-Flood Johnson. 3B-Harper. HR _
eighth igliaro. SB-Yastrzemskl.IP IP H R ERBBSO 2714. DP-Brown. Howser and Whit- teams the Sox have as yet!, HBP-BY Johnson (Schofield). WP ,C. Smith. LOB-Los Angeles 3, New York James. Javier 2. Robins Johnson,
Bunker L. -! 7 7 5 5 1 3 Ed
A hit H R ERBBSO field; Romano and Brown. LOB-Wash-
the Sox on top. Johnson. U Weyer, and Venzon. :Z. wards. SB-Warwick. Warwick,
son put I Haddix ........ 1 0 0 0 0 Harvey Ed
Mon'quette W. 2-5 7 7 5 4 0 3 Ington 11. Cleveland 4. The Sox have only faced the! T-2:52. 2B-Kranepool. HR-Hickman. S-Mc- wards Jay.
batsman and singles by Robinson Radatz ... .2 0 0 0 0 1 W 8-2 .. f 5 2 2 3 5 I 28-Brinkman, Brown Koch. 3B-Whit- Mullen Cannizzaro. IP H R ERBBSO
Ward pushed the lead Pena L, o-S .. ... 7 2 7 7 2 IB U DIMuro Paparella, Drummond, field. HR-Hinton,. Romano. SB-Wagner. Orioles twice and the Yankees I Second Game IP H R ERBBSO Simmons, L. '-S 5 11 5 2 1
and Santiago .. 2 2 2 2 0 1T Umont. T-2M2. A2.,637.NEW SF-Davalillo. Craig .. .. ..
once. a slump against these. Willhit ........ 5 3 1 1 0 1 0 1 1
run across in the sixth. U;flaherty. Carrigan Haller. Hurley. YORK LOS ANGELES IP H R ERBBSOKoch. abrkbi abrbbi I II Ii Lary .. .. .. 5 5 1 1 1 3 Shantz . ".1 1 1 1 1 I
seventh W 1-1 2 a 3 3 1 4 two clubs could hurt Chicago's i Llllis ss 4020 Schofield $4110 WP-Willhite U-Landes, Steiner, Baric Nuxhall. W, J,.3 C 'J S 1 6
Ford won his abrhbi abrhW Bell L. 3-2 42-3 5 4 4 2 . .
Whitey 2 Fox 2b 4000 Virdon cf 4121 *, and Donatelli. Jay . .3 3 1 1 01
T 1:14. A-MW.
Second Game Kubek ss 4000 Plersall If 3110 pennant hopes while hot sreak -
John 0 a .
for the Yankees with 130 0 1 0 White cf 4130 Clemente rf 4 0 0 0 U Gorman. Pelekouda. Williams,
straight 1 BOSTON KANSAS CITY Rich-son 2b 5021 Klrkp'k If 1000 xGrant: 1 2 2 2 2 1 Bond rf 4000 Smith.
Ib 4011
home run support from Tommy abrhbi all r It III Tresh cf 5232 Fregosi ss 5122 Abernathy .... 1 1 0 0 0 2 might prove to the rest of the. Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 0 0 Lynch Stargell If 3120 SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA T-2:2 A-122.
Jones 2b 5011 Causey ss 5012 Marls rf 5000 Clinton rf 3000 McMahon 2 2 0 0 1 2 the
""'"- league Sox are for reaL Wynn If 1000 aMota If 1100 abrhbi abrhbi
Tresh and Elston Howard. Ken Conigllano H 4 0 2 Pepitone Ib 5231 Adcock Ib 4000 Faced .
0 Green 2b 3000 x- 3 men In 7th. WP-McMahon.U Spangler If 1000 Burgess c 4011
V'trz'skl rf 51 1 Charles 3b 4220 Blanch'd If 3 0 1 1 Torres 3b 4111 -Rice, Stevens Valentine and Napp. The Sox scrambled their wa r If 4000 Taylor 2b 4120 BudvciserSplits
McBride lost it for the Angels, Stuart Ib 3100 Colavito rf 4 22 0 bLInz 0100 Rodgers e 4020 T-2:42. A-1.989. Roberts Ib 3011 Bailey 3b 2110 Pagan If 0000 Rolas cMf 3110

his 10th setback in 11 decisions. Thomas rf 3000 Gentile Ib 3335 Mikkelsen p 1 0 0 0 Perry cf :3010 into first place against the Detroit Bateman Bruce p c 2OlOLawp 3000MzerskJ 2b2113 3000 Mays Hitler cf 2b 5120 4010 Allen Callison 3b rf 5131 3011
Williams 3b 3 2 2 2 Alusik; H 3120 Howard c 5243 dPearson 1010
hasn't lost and McBridehasn't 3b $000Knoop2b 3000 Tigers, their favorite pat.. Raymond p0000 Cepeda Ib 4110 Cater If 0000
Ford Bressoud ss 3 1 0 0 Edwards c 4011 Boyer Saturday Night Results bstaub 1000
Nixon c 2011 Mathews cf 4010 Ford p 1200 eSatriano 1010 sies this ha Snider 4l22aCovi'gtonIfOO2O Pair
season. Chicago
won since Opening Day. bMantilla 1000 Segui 4000 sLopez If 0000 McBride p 1000 i Jones p 0000 eCrandall COO 0 0 Herrnsfn If 1000

The Red Sox and A's had a Tillman C 1110 Wyatt p p 0000 aMoran Duliba 0000 1000 NEW YORK Night LOS Game ANGELES whipped the Tigers seven times., Yellen Totals p 31.171 0000 Totals 31 < fRan < Hart Mailer 3b c-rf 4001 4121 Amaro Sievers Ib Ib>> 0000 3001

home run duel with 11 balls Morehead aMelias p 1000 1 0 0 0 D.Leep p 0000 abrhbi abrhbi in eight games this season. for Lynch In 7th; b-Flied out Garrido 2000 Roebuck p 0000 Budweiser divided a double-
fSmlth 1000 Kubek ss 4010 Pearson cf SOlO for Raymond In ttn.HouslM bMcCovey 1000 Baldschun p 0 0 0 0

soaring into Municipal Stadi cMatzon Heftner p 1000 0000 Totals 3f f 13 0 Totals 35323 RicWdsoii2b6000Moran 3b 4020 The Sox grabbed the opener, ................. 000 OW 190-1Ptttsburgil O'Dell p 0000 Short p 0000 header with Standard Oil of
Malzone and Grounded out for McBride In 7th; Tresh cf 5 DO Clinton rf 7000 8-3 with such gifts flock of ... .. dKuenn 1000 Green p 0000
um's seats. Frank Earley p 0000 Marls H as a ......... OM sos 1Ix-4 learat Saturday night at
0000 b-Ran for Blanchard In ath; c-Walked 4020 Rodgers c 7020 Shaw p 0000 TrlarxJos e 4000
Carl Yastrzemski drove in three dSchilling p 1010 for Ford In 8th; d-Singled for PerryIn Pepitone Ib 51 Klrkpatrk IfS 010 walks, a hit batsman and an' PO-A Houston 24-11 Pittsburgh 37-11. Hendley 0000 Wine ss 4000 winning the opener
in Boston's first Totals 3495 Totals 341121 fth; e-Singled for Knoop In ttft; f- Blanchard If 5 0 1 Satriano lt> 4010dLopez .1 error preceding key hits which OP-AAazeroskl. Schofield and Stargell 2; Bolin p 0000 Burning p 3000 4-3 in 13 innings and
apiece If the
runs illOKoppess 5020. MacK'nziepoOoOGorizaiezcf 1000 losing
a-Hit Into fore play for Morehead Struck out for D. Le* In tth. Law Schofield and Stargell. LOB-Houston -
game victory. Both homered Howard C 4012 aFregosi ss 1000 included a three-run homer by 4, Pittsburgh 3. Perry 2000 nightcap 10.
Boyer 3b 5000 Knoop 2b 4010 2B-Lynch. HR-MazeroskL SB cPeterson 1000
and Yastrzemski had another Bouton p 3000 Chance p 4000: Dave Nicholson.The field. 5-Mazeroski. D'venport SS 1 0 0 0 Bill McGee went the route for

circuit in the second game. Dick Ala/or/ bMantle Stafford p 1 1000 00 cPiersall Smith p 0000 0000 scratched their way to a. xBruceL5-7.s IP H S R 4 ERBBSO 4 1 1 Totals_Popped out 31454 for Cater Totals in 1st; bFliedout 35323 Budweiser the opener a the

Williams homered twice' for STANDINGS Osinski p 0000 2-1 nightcap victory aided by, Raymond ...... 1 1 0 S 0 for Garrido in 7th; c-Struck out: for locals tied two runs in theseventh
I Totals 58 2 4 2 Totals 50 010 0a Janes .......... 1-33 2 2 0 0 Perry in 7th; d-Flied out for O'Dell in wit
Boston in the second game and LeagueAMERICAN flit Into force play for Koppe In the three-hit pitching of Joe! Yellen .......... 2.30 o 0 aLawW.3.9 o 9th; -.-Walked for Snider In 10th. : won with two more

Jim Gentile drove in five runs Sacrificed 13th; b-Flied for out Chance for Bouton in 14th;in d-14th Singled Horlen and a couple of unearned I x-Faced two men in Tin.7 1 1 1 3 San Francisco .......... 000 000 C03 1-4 in the 13th.

with two homers for the A's in LEAGUEW L Pet. G.B. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet G.E.San .I for Blanchard in 15th. runs in the eighth inning.Departure WP-Llw u-Harvey. Venzon and Philadelphia .......... 200 OOP 110 0-3E i Bbby Barnes lost the second
New York ........ 000 ooo lOt toO e02-2: Weyer. T-I:57. A13,149.First '
Francisco 12.
the nightcap. Chicago 2t 14 .474 Francisco 30 1* .612 Los Angeles ...... SOS tOO 000 000 000-4, -None. PO-A-San DP-Garrldo. Hiller game a sterling one-hitter
Baltimore 31 17 .444 V Philadelphia 27 19..517 1'i Game Philadelphia '
New York 25 1..561 4V.* Cincinnati 24 22 .542 3V* Pepitone. Moran. Kubek. FregosL DateLOS LOS ANGELES NEW YORK and Cepeda; Hiller. Davenport and Ce 'I by Harter as Gene Ritch's sev-
Minnesota 21 22 .50 4Y.* Pittsburgh 27 23 .540 3V* PO-A-New York: 4521. Los Angeles 4>1.. alt r II III abrbbi peda. LOB-San Francisco f. Philadelphia -enth-inning triple was the lone
Cleveland 25 20 .SS* S St. Louis 24 25 .510 5 DP-Howard and Richardson Knoop. ANGELES (AP-Heavy WIlls liS. I Hkkman cf 4525 I.2B .
'Bama Hh.csWilliamson Boston 25 25 .500 7W Milwaukee 25 25 .500 5V* Koppe and Satriano; Pe itone. Kubek and Gillian 3b 3110 aD-Smlth cf I' 0 0 .-.May*. Hart Hitler Cepeda. SB- II safety for Budweiser.
Washington 22 j 31 .<1J 12 Chicago U 24 .. W 4 Pepitone Boyer and Pepitone. LOS-New, weight contender Eddie Macher OW.DavIscf3IIlHuntSb 4000 Callison. HR-Snider. Hart. S-Rolas. $FSievers.
Detroit 1* 28 .404 12 I Los Angeles 24 26 .410 4V% York 7. Los Angeles 14. will leave June 10 for Stockholm Moon rf 4111 Conder c 4000 .- Standard led %in the seventh -
Los AnO.I" 20 32 JU m Houston 23 2t.4C2 IVi 2B-Knoop. Rodgers. Howard. SB-Kirk- Walls rf 00000irrpo.r-f4000 IP H R ERBBSOxHendtey when Billy Knight walked
Kansas City 16 32 .333 13Satvrday's New York 14 35 J14 15 Patrick Boyer. S-Bouton, Chance Pier. Sweden where he meet S Fairly lb 4000 Kranepool 4 0 1 0 ......... 0 1 2 2 1 0 ,
Results Yesterday's Results sail. Parker If 3120 Taylor If 4000 yBotm ....... 0 S 0 Bob Erwin doubled, scoring
New York 2. Lbs Angeles 0. 15 InningsYesterday's Chicago s. Milwaukee 2 IP H R ERBBSO former champion Floyd Patterson .. Roseboro 311SY.cMlIianss4O2S MacKenzie ....... 1.3 0 5 II 0 SS :: and
Results Cincinnati 11. St. Louis Bouton .. .13 11 0 OS !i July 5.Manager Trac'skl2b 4lI2CSmith3b4lll Perry ?. ......... J 2.3 4 000 Knight; Buck Benton
TUSCALOOSA Ala., Rich Minnesota 5. Baltimore 2 San Francisco 4, Philadelphia X 10 5tatfordW,2.3.2 0. S 1 1 Drysdale 3122 Stallard p 3000 0-011 ........... 2 2 1 1 SOSltew.W,53..1231 I singled, driving in Erwin to tie.
New York '. Los Angeles 3 i Innings Chance 14 3. I 212 Walter Minskoff sei t iockep 0505TSI.ts I 0 Si
ard Williamson, one of the all- Chicago 1-2. Detroit 3-1 Houston -1. Pittsburgh 3-4 Smith, U 1-3 ..... 2-3 2 2 2 I 1 32020 Totals 33101 Pierce ........... 1.1. O' 0 I After Standard went ahead
Boston ,.. Kansas City 5-8 Los Angeles 4-1 New York 1-1 2nd Osinski .........1-31 S 0 21 the departure date Thursday,. a-Ran for Hick/nan in Sth. Burning __........ tM 7 3 3 7 i 3-2 the top of the
time standout pass receiving Cleveland 3-3 Washington! 24. 1st game. 5 innings tie. rain. HBP-By Stafford (Knoop). U-Chylak. Roebuck, L, 1-2 ... 2-3 1 1 1 S 0 i 13t Bud
ends for Alabama's Crimson 15 innings Soar Salerno, McKinley. T345. A- laldsdlw2.3, I I 0 IS I won as
game Today's Games weir
Today's Games zShort ... ....... 0 0. I 2 5 single
Tide, has been added to the los Angeles (Newman 3-2 or tatman St. louIs (Sadeckl 5-4 at San FranCisco Green ....._...1-3 1 I' o walke Erwin
(Herbd 3-I) Ole Miss SEC'sBid .
football coaching staff by Head 2-4) at Cleveland (Siebert 1-1). night Cincinnati (Maloney 3-4) at Los An- 3014V4.Four Opens In x-Faced 3 men In 1st. y-faced 1 man i Ritch Kght scored the
Kansas City (O'Donognu 2-3) at Washington geles (Koufax 4-4). nightMilwouk 1st.f.ced 2 men In 10th. an
.. MakeNAIAHall HBP By Hendley (Taylor), by Roebuck run on a at
Coach Paul W. Bryant. (Osteen 4 ). night (Coningei33); at Houston .wig play sec
Kaat S-l (J. Atou WP-Bunrtng- U Crawford,
Minnesota (Roland 2-3 er -
(Farrell 8-1 Brown 1-5).
or night
Williamson, a native of Leto-, at Detroit (Wtckersham 4-5). night (Only games scheduled) for Baseball Title Verge. Forman, JackowsU. T-3:34. A- Rt Knight and
(Only games scheduled) Erwin all hits each forBudweiser.
Tomorrow's Games
hatchie and a graduate of Fort Tomorrows Games
St. Louis at San CHICAGO
N Francisco. N MILWAUKEE .
Baltimore at Chicago.
Deposit high school, served as Minnesota It Detroit. N Chicago at New York 2, twMght UNIVERSITY Miss., The ((43-5). abrkbi alt r II IIII
N Cincinnati at Los Angeles N I Atfrtane 2b 5 I 1 0 May If 3100 Standard 000 020 0 000 1S
at Cleveland.
a :student assistant coach in Los Kansas Angetes City at Washington 2. twt-nlght Milwaukee at Houston. 2. fwI. 9I\t SIOUX FALLS S.D. AP) opening game may be the big I Opening day pairings match Brock r: 3llOClinecf 3020 Budweiser 000 000 2-4-9

19G3. As a fulltime assistant New York at Boston N Pittsburgh art Philadelphia 2. twt-ftight ; one in Mississippi's bid for the Seton Hall (%4-3) and Maine Williams If Cll2Aaronrf 4113 0
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Two former athletes and twc I I Santo 36 3130 Torr Ib 4010 ,Jacobs and ; McGee and
coach for the Tide, Williamsonwill WLPcLG.L W L PctOXt. coaches inducted into the. 1964 national college basebaS' (lU) at 11 a.mTexas A&M Banks Ib 3122Methews4S1S Erwin.
coach the receivers St. Petersburg 32 U27 Toronto 2* !$ .0>* were Cowan cf 4000 Bailey c 3000Schaffer
help FL Lauderdato 20 202* 2 JacksonvtO 21 W .3M H National Association of Intercollegiate crown. ((19-6) and Minnesota (%7-4) at e 3000 MenU tt 4020Rodger Standard 001 0-1 8
linebackers and the: freshman Lakeland 30 21 JW 2 Syracuse 23 17 sn 3 : u 41 1 lanoz2b4000 0
The Reb 2 and
Dayton Beach 27 22 .SSI 4 Rochester 30 1* J1J 4V* Athletics ban of fame Johnny Assignment pjn. and Ari Buhl p 2000 bWoodward lOSS Budweiser 000 000 0-0 1

team. Tamp Saraaota. 25 3535431 24 .310 0, Richmond Buffalo 23 21 25 23 '.500.457 5 7''' last week on the eve of the: today in the College World zona State at 8:30. McDanfel p 1 0 0 0$Lemarter p 0000aAJow 2510adowskjp Barter and Hart; Barnes and

The 23-year-old U of A grad- Miami 19 32 J73 13 Columbus U M ,MII 9., NAIA track and field champion, Series is Southern California's, The Ole Miss record, a top- 1000 Cook.I' .

uate lettered in 1961 and 1962 Orlando, YtstortfaYI tesaltsFt iS34.30U AtSMta.Vieterdoy's .14....28. J3J U ships. the defending champions. ranked 244 which includes 5-1 Hoeft p 0000CCarty 1000

for the Tide, being one of 'the ")Uauderdal 7. Orlando S (11- Innings Jacksonville Richmond 8-0 7-5.. Atlanta Cotombua 1-4 M Honored at a banquet were I The Rebels and Trojans meet I totals or two championship Grounded Totals 31553 out for Sadowskl Totals 33252 In 7th;

top performers on the Nationa Lakeland 11. Sarasota 2 Syracuse y-2 Toronto 44Buffato Dick Godlove, retiring athletic: at 7 the third of four ;playoff dividends, compares favorably b-Ran for d* La Hoz in tttu c-ForCed
Tampa 4. St. Petersburg 3 w. Rochester If. (1st runner for Host In em.
Championship squad of 1961. game director at Washburn first-round Other clubs with ITSCs 39-13
Kan. University (
Daytona leach 2. Miami U Innings) games. over-
Chicago .. ...... .. ...... .. ooo 202
His three-year pass r celringfotaIs' .Lakeland at Today St. Petersburg 8 ama: Toronto a* Atlanta.8tvfta Tsdoys.Sasies aad.:Jim Fox of New'in the Ole ,Miss bracket, apparently -all) and 34-9 (college) reports, M_ -...... ...... 000 020 11-

show' 36 'receptions for Tamp*' at-9ar sot .- at JackaenvUto. Mexico .Western, cited for menterietis -, the strongest, are Missouri though there's no way to grade Milwau
760., yard and six touchdowns Miami Fort Lawterdal it OairtoM at fteacft Orfanda .Columbus kbulSn at II Syracuse Resbsstv service.' -. .(%%-3) and Arizona State the opposition. _' lr.EPA1 L- -csgg i. MUwtuke* 7.and

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Gainesville Sun Monday June 8, 1964 -

Jarrett Lema Birdies Last Two -

Wins AtAtlanta

1;. ,v Holes, Wins ThunderbirdBy K

:1 .e JIM BECKER The Lema-Souchak duel .had tied it up.
ATLANTA (AP-Ned Jarrett, : .. On the 18th, a five, Lema
Id the Associated Press Sports Writer all the drama.Champagne par
with the
quiet man heavy
RYE AP-"I who he hit his third eight feet away
N.Y. Tony
foot, gives all the credit for his ( saw my says '
wife standing there in the rain is 30, going on 40, from standing and Souchak was 25 feet from
.... victory in the $56,000 Dixie 400
.... 8+is:*- : ,A<: \!
< : to ; ; missed and
< ::: .t on the 18th, and I said, 'Honey, over those money putts, had the pin. Mike Tony
>- d.- ft Jii $i4if' car race to his pit crew. t l
; ;
< ;t. -"$' .Y 1 "' [ sure made this thing interest- a three-stroke lead on the first rapped it home. ..

,: ._ 1m.i4i> "They did an amazing job, .- ing, didn't I?" tee. Souchak promptly took a RYE, N.Y. (AP) Leading

<>-.._nn...___.- -unn.... ._.'" _....n tt' .....n.n.nnn.n.f.i Lw-__._ Jarrett said after winning the i ". double bogey, and Lema's lead scorers in the $100,000 Thunderbird -
race in his new 1964 Ford. "Ididn't l You might say that.
SUTTON k was five. Golf Tournament:
have a long pit stop all \
finishes second to A. J. Foyt at Milwaukee. afternoon, and I know that There was Tony Lema, going Wide Margin Tony Lema, $20,000
down in flames in the final 68677071276Mike
made the big difference. \
round of the $100,000 Thunderbird Lema birdied the third, and! Souchak, $12,000
: Foyt Wins at Milwaukee Jarrett, of Camden, S.C., took Golf Tournament Sunday. Souchak made a bogey and now I 69-68-71-69-277
the lead in the 400-mile event \
First he held a sevenstrokelead it was seven. Bill Casper $6,225 i
Sunday for the first time on the over Mike Souchak with 13 On the short sixth hole, Sou- 71-67-73-65-279

193rd lap and led for all but holes to play, and suddenly he chak hit his tee shot over the Ken Venturi, $6,225

I Hurtubise Hurt in Crash seven of the remaining 74 laps. t.., was one stroke behind with four green into a budding jungle, 67707270279Juan :
He averaged a slow 112.5 miles .
c to go. and it looked as if the tourna- Rodriguez, $4,050
I per hour for the race. ,. I ment was over. But Big Mike, 71-70-70-69-280

I MILWAUKEE (AP) A. J. Rodger Ward of Indianapolis hands, arms, legs and back. A Jarrett hit the finish about -, It was building up to be the the 37-year-old ex-Duke football Phil' Rodgers, $4,050

I Foyt drove away from three who had been leading in a spokesman for West Allis Mem- one half mile, or 12 seconds, biggest collapse since the stock player chipped into the cup 67-71-72-70-280 5-
( rear-mounted Ford orial Hospital said he in ahead of Richard Petty of Ran- .. market in 1929.
close scrapes, including a fiery engine car, ws for a birdie. Mason Rudolph, $2,975

I crash that left Jim Hurtubise appeared to slide coming out of "critical condition, but doing dleman, N.C., who was drivinga r Lema redeemed his pledge to Lema hit a trap on the eighth, 27-74-68-67-281 -

f critically burned, to win sundays a turn and was forced to quit fine. 1964 Plymouth. Paul Gold- DAN SIKES treat the press to champagnewhen and on the ninth he had to crawl Charlie: Sifford, $2,975 -

i 100-mile big car test but the race by clutch trouble. Foyt The hospital said he would be smith, Mexico City, driving a among Thunderbird winners he rapped in a pressure under a spreading fir tree and 75-67-71-68-281 -

.1 said, "If all auto races are going close behind braked but there flown today to the burn centerat 1964 Plymouth, was third. eight-foot putt on the 18th hole scoop the ball out on his hands Dan Sikes, $2,975

\ to be as hairy as this one, was no place for the third-place the U.S. Army Brooke Med- The pace in this year's race for his second straight birdie, and knees. 71-69-72-63-281

1 I might consider quitting." Hurtubise to go. ,ical Center at San Antonio. was the slowest in the historyof Top-Seeded and the $20,000 top prize. Now the lead was three Kel Nagle, $2,975

I Foyt, the winner of the 500- The left front wheel of Hurtu- A spectator hit by a piece of the 400 as the caution flag Harris Gains strokes. 68-70-73-70-281

at In- bise's car climbed over the debris was cut on the head but was up for a total of 58 laps. Final Round Lema got a birdie at 12, and
mile Memorial Day race
Iii, dianapolis, now has won all right rear wheel of Foyt's rac- in satisfactory condition at a I Fifty-six of the first 89 laps Net FinalsST. The birdie four gave him a I Souchak made an eagle. Two
U.S. Auto I er. The fire under Hurtubise'scar hospital. were under the flag as a resultof final strokes.
four events in the new round of 71, one-under
Club season. He was first in was quickly extinguishedand Third place went to Bud Tin-! two minor mishaps.The PETERSBURG (AP-Top) for the short Westchester course par On the par three 14th, Sou

earlier 100-milers at Trenton, he was pulled out. gels tad of Dayton, Ohio, and race started off at a seeded Bill Harris of West Palm and a 72-hole total of 276. chak put his tee shot withir _-

N.J., and Phoenix, Ariz. II Hurtubise suffered first and Troy Ruttman of Dearborn, blistering pace, with Junior Beach and defending champion four feet and Lema struck his -

second degree burns over 40 per Mich., was fourth. Only nine Johnson, Ronda, N.C., and David John Gilbart of St. Petersburgmeet Souchak, who started off as in the crowd. "It was a terrible ,

In Sunday's race, watched bya cent of his body, including his cars finished. Pearson, Spartanburg, S.C., today in the finals of the if he was going to have to skipa shot," Lema said. "And th -

record crowd of 36,285 at the battling for the lead during the Florida State. Junior Tennis couple of holes to break 100, chip was bad, and then I three

Wisconsin State Fairgrounds, first two laps. But Goldsmithgot championships.Harris finished with 69 for 277 and putted." HANTSS

Foyt finished a 1V4 miles aheadof Outdoor Writers the lead shortly and was national boys's champion $12,000 for second place. Fine ComebackNow
Len Sutton of Portland, Ore.
averaging 141.362 miles ) advanced by defeatingourthseeded
Foyt, from Houston, Tex., drove per Ken Venturi, who had to tele-
hour at the end of 10. James Pressly of Souchak was ahead -
.. an Offenhauser powered car At the end of 30 laps, with Palm Beach 6-2, 6-1, in a semifinal phone and ask for an invitationto stroke, and Lema showed AT THE

front.with the engine'mounted in Establish AwardPORT Goldsmith still on the front end, match Sunday in the boys portly play Billy in the Casper Thunderbird finished, and at that he is made of stem stuff. I GAS WELL I -

the average speed was a respectable 18 and under division. Champagne Tony flipped his
All of the first 10 cars were 279. Chi Chi Rodriguez and Phil -
; 136 miles per hour. But on Gilbart defeated secondseeded -, second shot to within two feelon t

powered by Offenhausers and ST. LUCIE (AP-The) mission, was elected president the 43rd lap, Bobby Johnson of: Armistead Neely of Tampa Rodgers were 280. the 17th, got his birdie andIWANTYOU l
had the in front except
engines Florida Outdoor Writers Association of the FOWA. Miami, Fla., blew a tire and 6-4, 6-2, in the other semifinal. Big Jack Nicklaus couldn't t

I for the rear-mounts driven has established an awardto Other officers elected: crashed into the retaining fenceon Top-seeded Wendy Overton of get going and wound up witha
by Sutton and of ninth-place Tex. honor the state's outdoorsmanof Bill Miller, Fort Myers News the grandstand turn-and the Ormond Beach and thirdseededVicki 72 for 282, while Arnold Palmer ..t
McElreath Arlington,
the year. Press outdoor editor, vice pres., caution flag went up for 46 laps Holmes of Melbourne: the Thunderbird winner last

' ,, All 22 starters the used an alcohol that The award will be presented ident; Ralph Hager, chief of information ., while it was repaired. clash in the finals of the girls; year, was well back at 285.
fuel gasoline
spurning to the who has 18 and under division. Mis,
annually one for the Florida Parks Freddie Lorensen, Elmhurst,
in the crash that
I' figured drivers fiery in the Mem- done the most for fishing, hunt- Service, secretary; and Tom I 111., and Johnson, two of the Overton overcame Elesa Nelsor:

killed orial two at Indianapolis.Foyt ing and other outdoor activities. Huser, Central and South Flori-big pre-race favorites, were of Atlantic Beach 6-1, 6-3, ant PinchhittersDuel SPECIAL .. y

Day race Elgin White, sports editor of da Flood Control District, treas-knocked out in the early going Miss Holmes eliminated Gloria L I BRAKES
whose was $9,830,
purse the Florida Development Com- when their 1964 Fords blew Sullivan of St. Petersburg 0-6, Air Training
averaged 100.365 miles per hour urer.Directors
I track. : valves. Lorenzen went out at 6-2, 6-2. o RELINED 1:
on the one-mile paved
\ His time was 59 minutes, 47.581 Chisox Sign Clyde Burnett Jr., Sarasota I the end of 19 laps and Johnson COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A

seconds for the 100 miles, 28 of Herald Tribune; Paul Mains,, at the end of 27. Staton Keeps new course for pinchhitters will t with -
them under the caution flag. College Star Florida Times Union, Jackson. Finishing fourth behind Goldsmith Tennis Title be part of the national Aircraft Bended Lining

Speaking over the public ad- MAIDEN, N.C. (AP) The ville; Bill Lowther, Panama I was Darel Dieringer, Owners' and Pilots' Association 10 join *c I Ford-Plymouth-Chev.-Rombler

dress system after the race, Chicago White Sox have signed City News Herald; Al Jones I Charlotte, N.C., in a 1964 Mer- MOBILE, Ala. (APJack) ,. clinic at Ohio State University's
Hollywood Sun Tattler; Ber I cury. Fifth place went to Rex airport June 18.20.Pinchihitter : amcricar :
Foyt said, "Man I had three Randy Ewing, star outfielder of Staton of St. Petersburg, Fla., ,
I Taylor, Daytona Beach, WESH. White, Spartanburg, S.C., also :
close calls. Pfeiffer College, and will as- *
I defended his senior 7
successfully is the name given IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN
!' One was a 51-st lap tangle: sign him to the Sarasota team TV.Bob in a 1964 Mercury. singles and doubles titles Sun. AN OUTSTANDING + i
Wallace, a free lane Jarrett picked up $11,000 first- a private piJot's! wife or fly *c I ITI
I that sent Hurtubise's car into I in the Florida State League. in the Alabama Open Tennis ., BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
writer from Clearwater, won th place in the 400, which day ing companion, and the training c
the air t 0 crash in flames i Ewing, a left-handed hitter, championships.Staton qualify for one of our "f
against a concrete retaining: batted .300 in his junior and sen: FOWA's fishing contest. H was run at Atlanta International is to permit such a non-pilot to fully protected enl fully promoted +fjl c ci
defeated Gil of f ,
eg Stacey associate licenses you musty -
landed four snook weighin Raceway. Petty earned $6,195, take over a light aircraft if the
ior and I
college was name substantialf 475FEB'6JForm30MUFFLERS
wall. years 1. Be able to make a
Atlanta 6-4 6-1 in the single s;
: to the 1963 All America team ol f from 18 to 21 pounds in the nort I Goldsmith $3,430, Dieringer $2,- pilot is disabled.Involving ) -. investment +: -
the National Association of Intercollegiate fork of the St. Lucie River. 375 and White $1,650. finals, then teamed with Staceyto four hours of Instruction Be program prepared to to as enter to learn our trainj and T:
beat Wally Legarde of New: understand the policies and procedures +
on the ground and four
Athletics.He designed to place I each GUARANTEED FOR .
and Gordon Hamilton oj f
Orleans : in Amencar i licensee in a top-profit +
the air
was signed by White Soj Mobile in the doubles, 8-6, 64. getting bracket. ...c THE LIFE OF CAR
scout Pat Gainey for an undisclosed -: Overallki final control of a plane, determining If you feel you can qualify,wntti .
doubles *
SpencerBest The mixed was' INSTALLED While U Wait -
y position, establishing
communications -
sum. rained 0 u t. It was to have *3mricar rental systoas Nan Transferrobl
with the ground, navigating -
matched the husband-wife team *DIPLOMATIC CENTER.SOUTH TOWER*
Vollmer Signs : to an airport and land- *' DAYTONA lEACH FLA. -k t INSTANT CREDITTo 5-
FUTURAFull of Bill and Alice Tym of Gaines
in i., Meet ville Fla. Bill Lenoirof ing. Holders of Notional
Size Above-Ground MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP-Rus 5> against -- Credit Cords
and Claire 'L
SWIMMING POOLS sell Vollmer, a standout quar Tucson, Ariz., s -

From $1149 plus terback at Memphis State las t t Black of Mobile. TAKE TIME i
freight and installation season, has signed a football I tI CYPRESS GARDENS (AP-. event with a 95-foot leap and seta GASL

SUDDEN SERVICE contract with the Minnesota I World champion Billy Spence r record of 3,308 points in

OIL CO. Vikings of the National Football]. of Sarasota won the jumpingand : tricks. $PORTSMANSDIGESI : TO TAKE CAREHAVE _
League.i trick skiing events and took Fink rounded 23 buoys in the
overall honors in the Dixie Jun, choppy waters of Lake Eloise to YOUR CAR CHECKED AT WELLGOODYEAR
&& .
i ior Water Ski championships: beat Spencer in the Slalom .......s-a-- 'P A "SAFETY CIRCLE"
I Sunday. Spencer made 21& markers. DELAY RETRIEVEIF _

II I Spencer was upset in the slalom Tito Antuano of Mexico won SURFACE LURE INSPECTION STATION TIRE CENTER =

Mike Fink of Miami but third place in the single ski
I by 'INS.INC..
ALARMS FISH 114 N.W. 13th ST.
came back to win the jumping event.A WATSON & ELLETT .
leap of 85 feet gave Dave ,rt" !I Ii I Phone 372.1489
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Holt of the Cypress Gardens BASS
I team second place in the jumping rpOPPER'v BUG, I 1

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9 I MethodistMinisters ,

I Prayers in Schools: REPORT


AssignedRev. REVIEW WII s Hli-B

Thaxton Springfield of I _

I Florida Vs. U.S. j I Gainesville pastor of the was University returned Metho-as STOCK I Late Morning PicketingHalts

dist Church for the 17th year in FLASHESNEW

I the yearly ministerial assign- MARKET I N. Y.

II ments made at the Florida ListingAllisChal Work
Methodist Conference in Lake YORK (AP-The stock Texas Gulf fell 3tt to 47 on a
(On Jane 1, the U. S. Supreme Court overturned into every aspect of American institutions that land yesterday. I market nudged higher in slow delayed opening block of 24,000 184 IntNick 77%
Florida court decision that upheld to attack this concept is to threaten the very Alcoa 72V4 IritPap 31H
I a Nineteen new ministers were' trading early this afternoon de- shares, trimming its loss only At CapeCAPE
Bible reading and recitation of the Lord's fiber of our existence as a nation." assigned to the Gainesville district -spite some heavy selling in Tex- slightly in a rash of subsequent AmAir 42% Jones&L 75ft

Prayer in Miami public schools. In a case reported earlier last week, the of the church at the annual as Gulf Sulphur. trades. AmCan AmBdPar 44 35%% ken'cott Kais Al H 37% KENNEDY (AP) -

the U. S. Constitution Supreme Court of the United States rever- session of the conferencewhich Picket lines thrown
Several amendments to Gains and losses of most key The company is being sued AmCyan 64 Lig&My 76% were up
1 Court's sed the Florida Court and held that saw more than a quarter of the around the nation's
have been proposed to reserve the ruling stocks were fractional. by ,two Canadian mining companies AmMot 14 Loch'd 33 space port
decisions.To the Florida Bible ,Law is in violation of the 580 Methodist churches in Florida I which claim they own AT&T 137 Lorillard 43T/ today, halting work on projects
U. S. Constitution.The Conference change minis- about $215 million and
with the the Ontario land on which Texas AmTob 32% Mag'vox 30% costing
Son readers
better acquaint
ters.Altogether : CigaretteCensor Gulf announced a big min- AmpxCp 15% MM&M 59% idling an estimated 5,000 men.
background of the decisions and the feelingof Court and The States there were 164 eral discovery i which has 'Anaconda 40% Mohasco 1314 It was the second time this
legislators, Ferguson E. Peters, Universityof changes in the 12 districts I that members of a *
boomed the price of the stock. year nonop.crating
of the states their Armour 48' Mons'to 75th
Several require public
Florida doctoral candidate, has preparedthe
which embrace all of Florida I Ad rail union striking the
sheet. Peters has school students to participate in some sort ACL 7H MontWd 3544
following brief fact except the extreme northwest Moderate and selective gains Florida East Coast Railway
done extensive research on the subject dur- of religious ceremony. Other states conduct counties. Most Methodist minis- among airlines, motors, steels, Babcock 27% NatDair 7M. have caused a workstoppage at

ing the past several months.) prayer and Bible reading as a matter of ters are transferred every fouror Is NamedPRINCETON oils, nonferrous metals and Boeing BethStl 354 49 NatDist N.AmAv 25 4S%%: the missile launch center.
tradition. utilities helped bolster the av Officials said between
five years, but there are ex Bordo 725 Penney SI%
By FERGUSON E. PETERS This disparity between the recent United ceptions. N. J. (AP-For-) I erages. Brunswk 944 PRR 2931 and 5,500 construction workers

States Supreme Court rulings and the laws New ministers assigned to the mer Gov. Robert B. Meyner of The Associated Press average CaterTr 624 PepCola 52th honored picket lines set up by

The United States Supreme Court has held and practices of the states has resulted in Gainesville District are as follows New Jersey, an "off and on of 60 stocks at noon was up Celanese 661. PhilMor 8014 two locals of the Brotherhood of

J that the Florida Statute requiring Bible read- attempts to amend the Constitution so as to : :again cigarette smoker," says .4 at 302.0 with industrial up Chrysler 47 PhilIPet 483'1 Maintenance of Way.A .
in the public schools is in violation of the and Bible reading in the pub- Robert A. his of spokesman for the U. S.
ing permit prayers Alachua, Shelley; job administering a new .6, rails unchanged and utilitiesup CocaCola 126th RCA 30%
First and Fourteenth Amendments to the lic schools of the nation. Chiefland, Gene Carter; Citra,I cigarette advertising code .5. ComEd 48% RepStl 43% Army Corps of Engineers said

U.S. Constitution.The Wallace Draper; Columbia City, I should be that of a judge, not ConEdis 8534 Revlon 33th work was halted on the Moon
During the 88th Congress more than one The Dow Jones industrial average Base at Merritt Island and the
recent' for the tobacco
C. B. Davis; Dunnellon, MorrisJ. an image-maker ContCan 497/i ReyTob 4314
hundred resolutions proposing Constitutional at noon was .04 at I Titan III launch complex.The .
f niling was preA SpecIalt Holtzclaw; Fort White, Harry industry. up DowChe 69'te StRegP 31
amendments to reserve the Court's decis- B06.07. picketing brotherhood is
by Evans Hawthorne, Donald F. du Pont 25344 Seaboard 47T
t ions were introduced and sent to the House ; I The code, developed after the one -of 11 non-operating unions
St. John's, W. L. Nof- Wide elsewhere in the EAL 30IA Sears 111
Keyes; moves
SUNS Judiciary Committee.It : U.S. Surgeon General's report which have been striking the
handed down cier; Lake Butler, W. P. Crow- with list included 2-point hops by E.Kodak 132 Sinclair 46/
linking cigarette smoking FEC since Jan. 23, 1963. Last"ebruary
in 1962 and has been reported that Senator George der; Lake City Wesley Memorial -,lung cancer, establishes uniform IBM and Xerox. Plaroid lost a Firestone 3844 Socony 784 the Order of Railroad

1963 in which Fact Sheetdecisions Smathers and .six of Florida's representatives T. C. Geyer; and Melrose, 'standards for cigarette advertis- point. FlaPw 47 SouthnC 594 4 Telegraphers struck Cape Ken-
it was held un- have sponsored prayer bills. Paul H. Watts. FlaP&L 73% SperryR 16th
ing. Prices on the American Stock nedy, halting all construction for
nstitutional Ford StBrand 78
c o Also Orange Lake, Troy
for a state or a school board to require read- Representatives Herlong and Rogers have Wakefield Ocala First, associ-I Meyner said he would have Exchange seemed to have an Frept SuI 35 StO NJ '8H. two days.
ing of the Holy Bible or recitation of theLord's introduced amendments declaring that "prayer ate ; Robert McBride authority to review all advertise irregularly higher trend. Frueh Tr 29 Studebak 7% The space agency appealed to
pastor ; the National Labor 'Relations
be offered and the Bible read as a Corporate bonds were mixed.
in the public schools.In may
26th Swift .5nGenEI
Prayer Ocala St. Marks, Don Mizell ing and impose fines of up to GenDyn Board and informal
; an -
part of the program of any public school in U.S. government bonds were 17IA agreement
for violations.The 7934 Texaco
the 1962 case it was held unconstitutional the United States." Reddick, E. B. Luttrell; Waldo, $100,000 mostly unchanged. was reached calling for a
for New York to require the reading "of a Harry Goddard; White Springs, code prohibits advertisingthat GenFds 82l Thiokol 14% 50-day cooling off period.A .

prayer promulgated by its Board of Regents, Representatives Cramer, Fuqua, Matthews, T. M. Goff.CIIUrcll. represents cigarette smok- GenMil 391h U Curb 1223,4 spokesman for the National

even though the prayer was brief, denomina- and Sikes have introduced amendments stat- ing as essential to "social prom- Christine GenMtrs 85% UnitAirc 45 Aeronautics and Space Administration -
! observance the ing that "Nothing in this Constitution shall WarnsOf Goodrich 49% UnFruit 2n. said of
tionally neutral, and its on inence, distinction, success or today's walkout -
part of the students was voluntary.The be deemed to prohibit the offering, reading sexual attraction." Goodyr 407 US Steel 54% :
from, or listening to prayers or biblical ViolenceNEW Quits PrisonLONDON Greyhnd 55% UnivMat 11 isGuIfOil "It's widespread and ifs se-
Court ruled that the use of the public scriptures, if participation therein is on a It also bars advertising in pub. 56% WestgEI 304 ,I IInUIarv rious."

I school system to encourage the recitation of voluntary basis, in any governmental or pub- YORK (AP) The 1% lications or radio and television (AP) Christine Honw 128. WinnDix 35% "We're going to the NLRB to
the prayer was wholly inconsistent with the school institution ulace." million Roman Catholics in programs directed primarily at 72=%5 Woolwth 82% seek sort of "
r lic or Keeler, 22, the red-haired prostitute some legal action,
clause of the First Amendment which prohibits Brooklyn and Queens are being persons under 21. who once shook the British the spokesman said, "but it's too
laws respecting an establishment of "Nothing in this Constitution shall be deem- urged to travel in groups and
released from Narrow early to know what direction
religion. ed to prohibit making reference to beliefin by daylight as much as possi- In announcing Meyner's ap- government, was EscapeFor we'll take.

I reliance upon, or invoking the aid of ble because of violence on New pointment Sunday, the companies Holloway Prison today. "The
contractors usually
The majority opinion held that the First She had served six months of Skin DiverST. major -
God or a Supreme Being, in any govern- York streets and subways. : said he would have "com- file with the NLRB and I
l that in
Amendment "must at least mean mental or public document, proceeding, activ- "Make every possible effortto plete and final authority to de- a nine-month sentence for per- that will be the this

r this country it is not part of the business of ity, ceremony, school, institution, or place, confine church meetings and termine whether cigarette ad- jury and conspiring to obstruct PETERSBURG (AP-A time," he said. "Actually case, NASAis
of a government to compose official prayersfor She had tried framea skin diver was reported in satisfactory
or upon any coinage, currency, or obligationof family socials to the daylightand vertising complies with the justice. to not the target of the action."
any group of the American people to recite'as the United States." afternoons, even on Saturdays standards of this code and to Negro ex-lover, jazz singer condition today after
No has been to
part of a religious program carried on by and Sundays," said a let- enforce the code in all its re Aloysius (Lucky) Gordon, with spending 20 minutes in an Eagle cargo shipped
of Defense
government." Rep. A. Sydney Herlong, Jr. (Fifth District) ter read in churches Sunday. spects." testimony that he beat her up. Lake depth that goes as far Department contractors -
this issue is thatI over FEC tracks since the
said "My only comment on down as 340 feet.
Justice Potter Stewart, in dissent, said to compulsory or Christine got three months off Pentagon ordered an embargoon
am opposed any prayer
"I cannot see how an 'official religion' is Bible reading in the public schools, but I am Talks With WarrenIn her sentence for good behavior. Peter Gatti, 36, of St. Peters- the railroad last Aug. 6.

established by letting those who want to saya also opposed to any prohibition of volun- Ruby burg made the plunge.Sunday Contractors for the space agency -

prayer say it" tary prayers and Bible reading in the schools." Madame Nhu with breathing tanks. Friends and Corps of Engineers,
who were with him at the lake however have continued to ship
In the 1963 it was held that the First Jail Denies
case Rep. Paul G. Rogers (Sixth District) introduced Conspiracywere notified St. Petersburg police material over FEC tracks into
Amendment violated by a Pennsylvaniastatute Due in U.S.
was his armendment "to continue the time early today that Gatti appearedto the MoonportThe
or a rule of the Board of School Com- honored ceremony of having a devotional DALLAS Tex. (AP-A clean- not made public. However, be stricken with bends, anda picketing brotherhood pre
missioners of Baltimore City requiring Bible dictation in shaven but "wild-eyed" Jack known NEW YORK (AP) Madame
program without government that Warren, J. Lee Coast Guard airplane took him sumably was protesting this action -
reading without comment, and the recitationof our schools, which would include Bible read- Ruby told Chief Justice Earl Rankin, commission counsel, Ngo Dinh Nhu, the first lady of to the Navy's Key West decom- the NASA spokesman said.
the Lord's Prayer at the opening of each Warren Sunday he had no con- South Viet Nam before her
and pression chamber.
ing prayer. and Rep. Gerald Ford, R-Mich.,, Dinh Diem
school day. nection with Lee Harvey Os- brother-in-law, Ngo ,
Rep. William C. Cramer (Twelfth District) wald, whom he shot two days a commission member, asked II was overthrown in a bloody "Bends" result from nitrogen The average Income of Amer-
The mapority opinion ruled that states by forming bubbles in the blood ican families rose to $7,140 in
essential that formulateand is back to the
believes "it is we after the assassination of Pres- Ruby if he knew Oswald and coup, coming
requiring reading of the Bible and recitationof submit to the States for ratification a ident John F. Kennedy.This I!United States. when a diver rises too ,rapidly 1962 from $6,920 in 1961. In 1947It
the Lord's Prayer by students required by was there a conspiracy involved from high pressure depths. was $4,130.MiIVT.
Constitutional amendment which would makeit was reported by a reli- I The Conservative party clubof
when shot him.
law to attend school, violate "the commandof
unmistakably clear that the First Amend able source after Warren spent Flushing, Queens, announced
the First Amendment that the Government. ment does not" mean the rejection of all more than three hours with Ruby reportedly replied in the Sunday that Mrs. Nhu, who

maintain strict neutrality" neither aiding nor traces of religion from our public schools and Ruby in the Dallas County jail. negative. He also was asked now lives in Paris, will addressa

opposing religion. functions of government. It was believed the first time about his trip to Cuba in the late "truth rally" July 7. The club

Justice Stewart, in dissent, said the Court's a chief justice of the United 1950s, but his answers are not said she would "expose the :
"refusal to permit religious exercise is seen, Rep. Don Fugua (Ninth District) is very States ever took testimony froma known. truth of the Viet Nam affair."
much in accord with Evangelist Billy Graham
not as the realization of state neutrality, but prisoner in jail.
when he said, "The framers of our Consti-
Warren and other members ol
rather the establishment of of
as a religion
II Just tell how much
tution meant we were to have freedom of us Cn"
the Warren Commission tourec i 2. Cult 2. I
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I The Florida Law the universal truths of all religions that talk as Oswald's rooming house and I courteous service. Payments include/ interest and priDe"",.!.

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Rep. Bob Sikes (First District) states "I am Tippett was slain. ::1 Tuesday, pm-10 pm II .

The Florida Bible Law has been tested by completely in accord with every legislative Oswald was charged with the SERVICE, INC.

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In holding the Florida Law to be read Scriptures in public schools and other TippiL Ruby is under the death I of Gainesville

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DEAR ABBY: Is there something wrong with me? Whenever DEAR MARION: Send me your real name and address at ALLSLABBOMAtJS' A ANOTHER WECAMFOR A COMINK q

I take a trip on a bus or train, I get into very intimate once and I will send you the information you need immed 0C F NOTTLI. MINUTES TEN !! NEW FLOATb-/Zt Cl UtJiRy WILL BIG CHONK
I don'tknow lately _
conversations with the person sitting next to me. ICE
why but before .I know it, I am telling this person THE L4ST1.cAD' /
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my life's history. I've told complete ,strangers things about DEAR ABBY: My son was asked to be an usher at his
myself that I'd never think of revealing to anyone I know. friend's wedding. He will have to rent a tuxedo for the wed- ; \
If I ever ran into any of these people again -would die of ding. Who is supposed to pay for it? I (( : )) _
shame, but I can't seem to help myself once I get going.I MRS. D ; ;
am not a child. I am a grown woman who has seen DEAR MRS. D: Either you or your son, depending on = t otl' t
33 summers. Please don't use my name.TALKS his resources. But in any case-not the friend who is being -<1 a t : =v4
TOO MUCH married. I 1 i;

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to a deeply rooted psychological problem. If you're DEAR ABBY: The letter from Wrestler's Wife has prompted ... ear.eee. oNw can:
lucky, it won't hurt you (although it may bore others). Mean me to write. Soon after we were married my husband'sbrother

while, try counting to ten before you start, then talk about would snap his fingers on my bare arm, shove me, ,
something besides yourself. You MAY not be that interest and otherwise horse around. I didn't want to make any HE AIN'T'HERE71ME5 \J / 1

ing. .. issue of it, and my husband didn't say anything, so I let jHOWDySHERlFFVICOMETOVISIT I: LETT VARMINT. A-WASTING/t/
it go. Sixteen years ago, at a family reunion, this brother = OUT ABOUT TEN !

DEAR ABBY: I live in a very small town where every- rushed across the room, grabbed both my feet and pulledme i OL' SNUFFM'NUTE5' AGO JAicHouSe ,-. eM,1 T
body knows everybody else's business. After I graduate from off the davenport. I hit the floor like a melon. My teen- -- G /- I I
high school it is only natural for people to wonder why I aged children were present and so were his. The laughter I
don't look for a job. The trouble is I can't work becauseI ceased when I couldn't get up. When it was ascertainedthat 00
am five months' pregnant, and I have to get out of this I had broken the end of my spine, my brother-in-law 11w
town as soon as possible. I am being pressured from all felt terrible. Since then I have spent weeks in the hospital,
sides to go look for a job. I have only enough money for a months having therapy and years in a heavy body brace. I
bus ticket to a place not more than 200 miles from here. might have been spared all this if either my husband or I r I
Is there a home for unwed mothers that will take me in? had made it clear from the start that I did not want to ; fxco sz .

Please put your answer in the be touched. b$
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0-15 O Local News 8:30 O Lucy-Comedy Hyde (John Barrymore), 11:30 O ID Jeopardy ::: FACE A5 I 'r7tE i ,;
6:30 Q D News-Chet "Lucy Takes Up Golf," the Hunchback of Notre O Pete And Gladys REX MORGAN
Huntley-David Brinkley her only serious rival for Dame (Lon Chancy), 12:00 O ID Your First oCd INTERVENES/ .

O News-Walter the interest of her boy Count Dracula (Bela Lu- Impression =a .
Cronkite friend Gary. Lucy's hus- gosi), the Frankenstein O Love Of Life
O Compass band, comic Gary Morton Monster (Borie Karloff), 12:25 O News
7:00 O Zane Grey-Western appears as Gary the Thing (James Arness) 12:30 Q ID Truth Or W o'
I "Seed Of Evil. StewartO and the Raven (Peter Lor ConsequencesO

4 O Rawhide African Writers Search For Tomorrow
"The Incident of the Dog Lewis Nkosi talks with re.O Andy Griffith 12:45 O Guiding Light 1 I BLONDIE 1 QUICK BLONDIE- SOMETIMES I THINK W'
faces." Rowdy, Clay and English critic Walter Allen D Fugitive 12:55 O (D News 1s'T"HOMEJ SCRATCH MV BACK YOU JUST MARRIED
Quince rescue three Union ; Amos Tutuola, authorof 10:00 ID Candid Camera 1:00 Q News 3 WHAT ru. PO i MY MIND FINGERNAILS-
k soldiers from a Comanche "The Palm-Wine Drink- O O Sing Along O Midday t I ,

raiding party. The ard," discusses African 10:30 ID News Special ID Local News GI6 a I
I Indians flee, but return story-telling; Uill Beier, 11:00 O O News, Weather, 1:05 ID Match Game I : 4 III!?
soon with reinforcements.Favor German-born editor of Sports 1:15 O Focus a

: Eric Fleming. Black Orpheus magazine, B (Color) News, 1:30 O ScienceO
Rowdy: Clint Eastwood. outlines the growth of Ni- Weather, Sports As The World Turns 1-4 ,u, "s'p
Wishbone: Paul Brinegar. gerian literature. 11:25 O Movie O Ernie Ford b _

I, Clay: Charles Gray. 9:00 O Danny Thomas.In I "The Saint's Girl Fri. 2:00 O ID Let's Make A Z N '1 --- _
Quince: Steve Raines. Ireland, Kathy and day. A beautiful London Deal CD J V
P Compass Rose Danny receive warm welcomes socialite sends a plea for O Password o E BLts u3 v nC7 n
570P ,, 6.8
t "The Clapping Moun from Kathy's relatives help to the Saint But the 2:25 Q CB News lCQ / WC
tains." Ruth Prins tells a -until Danny reveals girl is murdered before 2:30 O ID DoctorsO ..t'r ,

story of the Eskimos living that he's not a son of the saint arrives in Eng- House Party .

on Hooper Bay. Erin. Kathy: Marjorie land. Louis Hayward, 3:00 O ID Another World THATS WHY tM SURE MR*.WCKTH,SHALL YOU AND I GO
Joe Boyd, an avid baseball East and West TUESDAY MORNING 3:30 O Edge Of Night HIS DAUGHTERS WAT PATSY HASN'T WON AUGUST 29IS INTERESTED IN! -
fan, would sell his (Special) With documen- & AFTERNOON '3:30 ID You Don't Say = TROPHIE5THERE HONORS IN, MR5./S -
soul to the Devil if the tary film and a discus-! 6:00 0 English 102 4:00 O Match Game FI 15ONEI FACE W HOSTILE THEAUDIENCE WORTH,* ? ) '
,. y
f I Yankees lost the pennant sion, this program explores 6:10 D Continental Classroom O Secret Storm MCI > /
to the Washington Sena the problems of Poland American Government. ID Popeye's Pals 44 ,

tors-and he does, so they a country with Western Committee investigations, 4:25 O News
do. Directed by George culture and Eastern 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 4:30 O Burns And Allen ', ,
Abbott and Stanley Donen. political alliances. The 6:30 O Religions of Man O Woody Woodpecker '
; Songs by Richard Adler film-which shows what O Pastor's Study ID Movie I / '

and Jerry Ross. Tab Hunt life is like in Warsaw,, 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac "Behind the Rising Sun." -i 4*,
t er, Gwen Verdon, Russ Danzig and the Baltic Sea 6:40 ID Living Words Just before World War II, <

Brown. resort of Zoppot-is discussed 6:45 ID Hi, Neighbor the son of a wealthy Jap

'7:15 O Mode Friendly Giant iarek by Zygmunt Bron- 6:50 O Farm and Home anese publisher returnsto :-i--i-: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _S _ _ _,
7:30 O White House "
correspondent 7:00 Q (D Today Tokyo with an engineering c".o W" I IIr "
(Color) Monday Night atthe t for the Warsaw Scheduled y h'A VE A' POTEETWILI w WHILE IN WASHINGTON THIS 15 ATAPEP RECORD CP \ THE KEY PHRASE IS ,
guests: evan- degree from CornelL t GOOD SNEAK MS INTO ** HIS V&CS.-TAUCIN3 fO HIS '5A1.T RISING! sSUiNMER.
Movies: "House oi f newspaper Trybuna Ludu, gelist Billy Graham, and Tom Neal Robert e .t THE YYSRLDfc FAIR STEVE/LEA OUTTO CONTACT HERE.1 WHEN ITCUTOHHH-N.
Bamboo." In Japan, police and Leon Dennen, Eastern graphic designer Saul I Ryan, Margo, J. Carrol 'g AFTER THE LAST WHEN I COKE TO THIS TOWN AN7 CHECk OFF WE CALLED THE LOCAL
I and MPs utilize F-I i FOUND MMCTAB5EP
I an European correspond- Bass. Bass has designed Naish Gloria Holden. ,'

rUV r:l SMILE! P'L' THE WINDS... = a ; 1t! -

,\ .. With Art BUChwald" .k JS JSI L.ii y .

r Ike Speaks Out "_ iii N ., ?

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I WASHINGTON The one down on the leading "My brother Milton has."
to others attended
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thing you can say about former dates?" I "How does he feel about it ARE' btl yt d ALIEADY R4THATCAS5 A
President Eisenhower, "Well,. as you know, Mr. then?" >c BETLIWI11-; {GppIH G, ow E N11: LEND US. EIGHT J( ,
when it comes to politices, is Bindle, I don't like to discuss "Well, I haven't discussed it, "I'd rather not compare con- ,; roU L! ME ? FIVE! 6tK'K5s

that he is willing to take a personalities I think they'llall with him. I don't think it's ventions. Fd like to say this is
stand. Unlike many political good men and will uphold right to discuss something like a good convention, an interesting <
leaders, Mr. Eisenhower is Republican principles." this with somebody else. He convention, and an exciting
able to speak out and let the But couldn't you give us has his own thoughts, and I convention, which I thinkI ==

\ chips fall where they may. It some inkling as to whom the have 'my own thoughts, and if may be sticking my neck out I 4a
I I is for this reason that the Republican candidate willbe I express his thoughts they but if things keep going the'
American Broadcasting Company ?". might be way they are, somebody is going !
I has hired him as a com "rd rather not say at this my thoughts.misinterpreted" as to be nominated, and I :EI t\ o EPcR

mentator for the Republican time. I think we should wait "We're going to have to wouldn't be surprised if it wasa II
vonvention. Knowing how until the ballots Republican."
are cast I pause now, Mr. President fora
forthright and outspoken he is,!' think-I mean-I know-I hesitate station break." "Sir I know you don't wantto j==

we can't wait for the first to speculate on the in- "I don't know whether a get into personalities, but .

I program. dividuals who are running for :station break is good or bad. 1imagine' if I mentioned the candidatesby
i "This is Harrison Bindle this 4AP5 BUDGE.. THAT WA5 A NICF THANK MOW WHAT PlPy STOP MOVING
nomination. it does have name could you just nod Z THINK YOU WERE \6UT Z PONT
its functicn REAUZMO WANT DRIVE Hn; YOU. Z PO WRONG r speaking to you from the Cow "But as our leading com but I'm not familiar with your head or shake it, dependIng Q:: WRONG INSISTING THAT ANY J IOKET141Ubib Yt/ THERE f
Palace at the nwWI5 GARY TAKE HEX f WITH HER FKTHE*. ,
Republican National mentator '' whether think >
surely you must :station breaks and if you don't on you they KBJJOWtETOttVE C>Ct, dtj _
Convention. Seated next have some personal feelings as ]mind Fd rather not get into have a chance or not?" .
I to me Is the man who probably to how the convention win one." "Wen Fd like to think about PWTJ LEEP5;

I knows more about' what is going go?" They have the station break that for a while. ............ RJQ11513066nett A 6CI.F LE55CII .
on here than anyone else Td prefer to that < cccweaY:: __"
keep to anyway and then Mr. Bindle I. "Thank you so much, Mr. ; :
the former President of the A M AN E\BAJ myself. I don't
\ think a commentator 4 comes back on. j I President You've certainly J r IiC l posmoH.GXKV3AYS. ,
\ United States, Dwight D. ,
t at a political convention "Here we are again at theCow cleared the air as far as this ,
Eisenhower. Mr. President I-. .6KfES: 10 60
comment on the I Palace !
former President convention: is concerned andwe're ,
h-- t this J'I OUT VH7H H5S.: / ,
csmentien Joo!
: convention
as that is not his Es!
j rHcwer. who has )ee- most grateful to you. ; --... .- 6
to you? job." (' -- --
I giving us some very interest'Weon be getting back to you
looks"Just fine.fine" Mr. Bindle. It "Well, Mr. President, can j ing thoughts on the Republican again, sir, and your informa:;)
you tell me this? Have I convention. Mr.
you President tive analysis on the 1964
"Could you give us a run- spoken to the candidate I how does this convention: com-, tion." Re-l'

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i Prizeword Clues Crash VictimMINNEAPOLIS U % 1-I WANT-AD RATES

I I 4i ACROSS 2 Forward E _

> S Due to defective reproduction in Sunday's paper, (AP) Jazz Cheering 26. Gotham PH. 3728441for

pianist Meade (Lux) Lewis cries State abbr.
Prizeword Clues were not easily distinguishable in :
' wound up his engagement in a 5. Live 27.Announce S
'f' several issues of the Sun. The clues are reproduced
drove onto the and T.Junco ment
f; below for those who missed them yesterday. killed seconds highway later in an auto-was 11.Wings 29. Sodium Classified Only

\ CLUES ACROSS: mobile collision. 12. Old symbol
DominionState 30. Congo tribe i
Dobbins abbr. Benedictine R ) 6 A I G A N D E R
Jimmy 19, Minneapolis 32. I
6. To in a race is nothing to get too excited ,about.: : Citronwood title thru FrL papers 5 p.m. Day before publicationFor

I 7. Asked by reporters if he win his next fight, a a passenger in the second 14. 34. ads to ga in Sun. paper-12 a m.Sat.Sat.
Weary Midday For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 pm.
I champion would hardly say no. car, was injured fatally. 15. Ginnast 38. Bombyx (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle)
(Minimum ad 4 lines)
I 8. A doctor presumably knows just what will be the effects of Lewis, 58, of Los Angeles, was 17.Previous 39. Cherish II I

a certain. -. considered one of the top boog night 40. Honey 46. Du. 3. Seraglios E S FAMILY RATES Ii!

i 9. After a lecture, a student could quite easily query somehe's ie-woogie pianists. Critics credited 18. Put up 41. Lover of ",,measure. Killed 5.4.Perceive Sanscrit 1 Insertion ............................................... 34e line
19. BrownIe arts E 3 Insertions .............................................. SOC line
) not too sure of. the bulky, jovial musician 20. Term 43. Chinese Negative language a 4 Insertions .............................................. 17c line
10. If he's able to do there's to with the form from 22.Dawn 49. Colored I 12 Insertions ............. .................... ............ 14c lint
,! so, nothing prevent a man advancing *ax: 6. Dull finish7.DanceFr. Total charge computed by: rnuttiptying. total i lines X fit tim

having a I a simple fold art in the 1920s goddess23.So.Amer. 44.Horse DOWN ed x number of Insertions.

I 11. Valid or genuine. into a righly expressive and 45. For Proportions 8. Daughter of

13. You may notice that there seemed to be more in complex music. monkey example 2. Sprightly Zeus 5 Five letter words per tine

I certain towns. Tonk Train Blues F 5 ; r r -- 9.Allot
"Honky i i&Y 1 4- 1 6 10 10.StlisK

\ 17. Officer assistant to a superior. which Lewis wrote in 1923, was -4 = 16. Female star Smt ** lInes
I--- --z-; 8 Pt.
t\ 18. Might possibly serve as a permanent reminder of some his most famous composition. r'I y 18. With ordinary type

1 as 3 lines
I historic event ii / IS! 16Z disappioval \ 2 Pt.Same a typo

; 19. Nimble or active. / Z 21.Nowbornlamb

\\ 21. Though damaged, may still be worth keeping for emergency' Delays ReturnHONG /1 r/ 18 :"jy.I % 11 = = Negative 1| 8 P t.ertln Same nr IS type* linea!

- I
use. KONG (AP) Singer 20 l'J it 27. Revokes *
23. A man with unconventional ideas need to be 'I
may prepared legacy
Sa"es S lInes
Judy Garland was to have 2 4 Pt :
I for a fight for what he believes in. ; : zr ; 25' 24 the back ordinary type
boarded a ship for Rome Sun- 2 8. On
21. Told that his opinions are quite-, a man may naturally take 30. Renounce
day night but she changed her 11 26 z, 'l0 3'l/- I
offense. mind. The 41-year-old singer'straveling 4UttA / / v// / '/ 31. Opportune The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
Incorrect insertion, nor will It be Hat:* for
'.l 'J 31 ss % Jl 33.Join any error In adver
companion Mark Her- It's easy to cheer up a kitchen // U tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the soace occupied
I -decorate towels. mats, cloths with corners by the hem to the advertisement.I NO adjustment' will,
1 CLUES DOWN: ron, said today she decided to embroidery. iT 0; 3T r/h TS 35. Made of be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of I

I fly, and will take a plane Fri Choose SINGING colors for V// certain cereal the advertisement.
bird-and-flower motifs.
1. Being -, a man may well find it difficult to conceal his lighthearted Swift stitchery for gilt linens. Pat. dir- 4l' 43 3 6. Skirmish I

t feelings. day.Herron said Miss Garland tern 524: transfer six 5Vfc x 7 Inth 37..A& The Gainesville Sun rese-ves the privilege of revising or re-
motifs. T---T-7- jecting any advertisement which It deems oblecttonal: and to ij
I 2. Quite possibly of more general interest to the botanist. wanted more time in Hong Kong = = = antelope chance the classification' Of any advertisement from that ordered
Thirty-five cents In coins for this 42. Chop to conform to the policy of the
3. As regards mathematical terms, a schoolboy should be able for shopping, sightseeing and pattern add 15 cents for each 47 ;/,;z/ IS 1'//z 4.) 43.Cushion paper.
pattern for it-clas malting and I SnilimnillllflllllffJI

I to explain exactly what a square is. rest. special handling. Send to Laura min.A' ?H.wt/or" _-8 !lllllllllllllflBMiatllllllIIHllgHIII'IMIIimilllllH_ _! !! | :llllllinniiii "_" ...." ....., .....,......."!.
;) 4. In many a game, the ball needs to be perfectly _. She is recuperating from an Wheeler. Gainesville Sun Needle-. Par Knit.27 ------ ---------- -----
Ul, Old Chelsea
P.D. Box
craft Dept.
5. Running into may be something about. which ship's I attack of pleurisy. Station. New York 11. NY., 17 Work Wanted Malt 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
Print plainly
captain had been forewarned. I NAME ADDRESS and ZONE. YOUNG man. high school graduate
desires office or store workof GERMAN shepherd pups AKC all
12. Not
even. N BARGAINI Big, new 1,44 Nee 14. Express in words. AINE5WUE craft Catalog over 200 desIgns. work and typing. Call days after 7 P.M., all day Sat.
anytime 3727773 and Sun. S75. 3501 NW 18m
15. only 25 cents A must if you knit. Ter.
j Young person. pe.IYI.IN! THMTKt crochet. QUilt. sew. embroider. Send TINY TOT MANAGER trainees needed. age AMERICAN Shepherds. 1 male. J
; 16. Having been efficient but 25 cents.SPECIAL 21-50 steady employment. fringe 18 Schools Institutions female well marked. Reg. 140-,
: very destroyed by fire, may well 7401 H". <''" R Rood Rt.Z' FP ,.5fJ. PLAY SCHOOLVisit benefits. Apply Jackson's Minit __W & 150. Phone FR -3470..
call for fresh efforts. I VALUE M COM- Market. 1234 N.W. 16th Ave.
Real Estate Exam
NOW! 3 COLOR HITS! PLETE QUILT PATTERNS in deluxe us and see for yourself. SIAMESE kittens. reg"I lilac
19, Certain work, as by experts, may appear simple new Quilt Books. For beginners 24 SE 8th St. FK 4-71 Oe. DISHWASHER, apply In person COURSE choco. and blue pt. Champ lilac -
Wondernouse Restaurant. 14 S.W.
Send 50 cents now! ATTEND First lesson free and reg blue and choc.
OPEN 7:00 SHOW 7:45 experts.
enough. EXPERIENCED elementary school 1st St. behind Sears. HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE males at stud. Ph. Wlllliton 326448. .-
20. Well-known flower. SEE 2 HITS LATE AS 9:45 teacher to care for children. 3 CAPABLE man to run residential COLLEGE. 211 W. Univ. Ave .
acre play area. Planned program
home building program. Must FR. 4-3507 3723727. KITTEN. Free. PUll whitea
FIRST RUN AT 7:45 372-7150.
Something to write with.
know construction throughly and
smokey-grey. Phone 372-5044. Sea
MEN < women II to 55 to train for
TROY DONAHUE KIDDIE KORTChild be able to coordinate lobs. Salary at 1024 N.W. 34th St.
piuS extras. Please send resumeto CIVIL SERVICE ___
J --- I A Distant TrumpetShown Care Center 372467Employment P.O. Box 14127, University Sta- Examinations. For Informationsend FOR SALE Miniature Bronze
,, .. Poodle. Male months
CHECK tic Gainesville. name. address Phone No. old.
t Gets Degree Key Training Service. 112 W. Grandson ef 63 Grand Cham
2nd Motor Grader operator. top lime Adams St.. Jacksonville. pion. May be seen at Martins
1 rock finish man. We pay top Animal Hospital. All permanent
WIIO j. Phone 377-77M. Mr. Elrod SPEED WRITING-BOOKKEEPING shots.
: NEW YORK AP-The) Rev. Fronk Sinatra I Dean Martin Secretarial Courses. Classes now _
__aS,, 14 rUS N0t114 oe U 13-Help Male Female forming. Howell's Business Col PUREBRED AKC Beagle Puppies.
Martin Luther King Jr. was I II lege. 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR 4- We board dogs. James Kennel -
Show Time 7:30 4 For Texas Rt. 1. Box 71,
I awarded an honorary doctor of THESE 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED. PLACEMENT SERVICE 3SC7.INTERNATIONAL. Heights. 473-4935. Keystone

.'r laws degree from Jewish Theo Shown 3rd Office. Professional I : SMALL miniature black_poodles. 1

logical Seminary of America. In BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Technical male 2 females. Phone 37*.
the Earn up to U per hour demonstrating appt. call 372-4377
conferring degree Rabbi
famous Studio Girl 112:00( A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. SCHOOLS

I\ Louis Finkelstein said "we at !I The Chapman Report CLASSIFIEDADS Phone Cosmetics.376-433A Full after or 6.Part .Time. Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER Friday 236 courses including: high school. 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY

this seminary will continue to 102 NW 2nd Avenue business technical. and engineering .
RECEPTIONIST for doctors office.
I For complete Information OWNER
associate ourselves with in mature and experienced. Salary OFFICE
you man or woman general call 374-4047. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. *00 blockOf
open. Reply Box 429-A. Gainesville office work. Must have knowledge -
the struggle" for civil rights. IT'S FROM RUSSIA Sun. of posting journal and led Also N.W. 22nd Mreet. lien x\5S',.
" lot in Gwynn Oaks 200xuo
HAVE BUSINESSOF ger. Submit resume and salary U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! / with view and privilegesof

.. .. WITH ? ? ? requirements to Box 14422 UnIversity Clear Lake. 376-ilO.
'. .e. ." ; 2nd Feature YOUR OWN Station Gainesville. Men-women, 11-52. Start high as
I ., I I S Set your own hours no Invest' S10200 a week. Preparatory FOR SALE by owner 2 corner lots
A merit no high pressure people YOUNG man or young couple. 25 training until appointed. Thousands at S1500 ea.. 2 Inside lots at
;Zd L DARING IV"t wanted. Apply Hotel Thomas to 35 capable of handling con- of lobs open. Experience SI 200 ea. Located 2 miles south
; IIiIrI'r t2 ITOI'( Is'EXTRAORDINARYI" Wed. June 10 at 7:30 p,m. siderable be afraid responsibility.of hours must hard not usually unnecessary. FREE of Crystal River, Fla. on U.S.,
long or
Of' information on lobs. salaries. re 19 In Paradise Gardens Subdivision.
rrj FOR ELEMENTARY teacher to help work. Must be ambitious and be Call
; TODAVIL quirements. Write TODAY giving C. Emory Cross. 374-
teach child to talk. In private able to work for yourself. with-
,t .' r.t.&P.I.s. YOUTH I -Time home or her home. Phone FR 2- out supervision. Starts $100 per name. address and phone. Lincoln 4582.
) Magazine
: Service. Box 410M c/o Games-
.. 8857. week build to better than sio.000a vale Sun pay cash Immediately for
i S Se ; .' for resident at year. Large Southern Corp.. lot or parcel of land outside city
;;: not Insurance or sales. or any limits, but close In, on which a
214 NW 13th row"TERRIFIC. Camp Crystal Lake four to eight thing like that but the best future 23 Livestock & Supplies nice duplex house all ready on
Also In Ocala BIG weeks this summer. If Interested.
School & opportunity on this paper. moving equipment can be moved
contact Dwight Hunter. at
'. Administration Bldg. Phone FR 2. See R. G. McElroy at the WANT TO properly condition cowsbefore this week. Or will sell you the
Inn Wed. A.M. June 10th 10 freshing? Then try cooperative
building furnished and ready to
% FREE VACATION !! 4391. A.M. on and all day Thursdayand Mills 13 per cent fitting go at bargain price on easy
Crowtfxr, N.Y. Time* SALESPERSONFor Friday, June 11th & June feed. Ideal for bulls herefords, terms. You can move In same or
ready to wear. age 23-45 experience 12th. Call for appt.. no interviewsover too. On special during Jun.. rent out by end of week by actIng .
;} preferred but not required. phone. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. now. FR "3012.
SAVINGS This Is full time,* permanent Phone FR 2-1OT5 or 441-2105
IVAN LONG HOURS, hard work. low -
15 position with all employee bene pay mean boss. White only. Apply 34 Waterfront PropertyON
._ I i* YOU HAVE TO THINK YOUNG fits. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. Mr. Helm. Hotel Thomas 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
) Register for free "A MEMORABLE MOVIE... evening. EN&USH shepherd puppies. Good THE GULF
OLAN MILLS. female white. 4 telephone
weekend at Guy Herald Tribune for watch stock and pets. FR Cedar Key Shores
Lombardo's Port- -Cmf, solicitors 6 hrs. per day. 14-Sale. Help Wanted 2-0033.
S days per week si.23 per hr.
A-Call. on Terra 1 SIb SHORE PlIES[ TA TJOIt! ON Apply Mrs. Myers. Holiday Inn. o Other Properties

'ISVerde. Room 121. Monday fc Tuesday. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY David AndrewsCedar
No obligation my NAmE 15I.VAN No phone calls accepted. BEST real estate soles oppor-
you do not have \ tunity in Gainesville. Drawing 3841
Well established firm hat .,...- Key.
i Vwin.tob.presentfo -LADIES account.: : Leads turn lag for 1st class secretary enpermanent
ished. 372-1551. basis salary A
FINE Do you have a need to earn money working conditions attractive. FREE ESTIMATES on
? Pleasant and profitable work. EXPERIENCED to start work automobile Immediately.salesman Apply In awn handwriting giving FURNACES and Quality
own home. Avon offers qualifications. Application
Best pay plan in area. Free hospitalization -
this opportunity Call Avon confidential. Write ell Gainesville -
Insurance 1 demo.
Manager. FR 2-0421. -Sun. 417A.
J plan. Plenty of action. Gateway
I Chevrolet. Inc. $tarke, FI a. CONDITIONERSby7
t 0 CARS! Maid to Work Tuesday thru Satur. Phony '64-3900.
., 0CHESNUT day. Must be dependable good !
ALSO A with 1706.children cleaning. Call FR 2- 16 Work Wanted Female FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY !

OFFICE! i Best In equipment using In-
30 MIN. SPECIAL LADY to age 35 for general accounting WHITE LADY, will da Ironingin temallylnwlatedductl.desiuned
EQUIPMENT CO. INC. office. typing. adding. my home. 10 cents a piece. Ph. Fattop quality workmanship engineered and Installed
machine exp. necessary. bookkeeping can
FR 41324.WHITE
-'tp background hel ful. Ph. :372-6142 byALL
106 W. University FR 28421LONG'S TECHNISCOPE Thomas
; Dylan McCoy Mfg. Co.. Inc. FR 4-7290 lady will do Ironing In her AMERICAN HEATING
for appolnt-nent. home. Good work. Reasonable GAINESVILLE .. AIR CONDITIONING CO.;
S SI price. Phone FR 2'1!!:. UPHOLSTERY
WANTED assistant fOr aoctorsoffICe. PH. 376-8258
STARRING Must be able to type. COLCRED lady would like to take ISM NW. lit* St.
FLORIDA'S I complete Insurance forms and care of elderly person. 14 yrs. Free Estimates-Pkk II'If 1930 NE 23rd Blvd.
I j S I SHE file. Salary depends on exper. experience as nurses' aide. t ..eI inry. 24 Hour Service
PRESENT OWN lence. Phone FR 23695. days per wk. Phone 372-4742.
CLASSIFIEDDial! EXCELLENT opportunity for two
WOODBURY live-wire young women. who IN THE
1:00.2:55.5:10.7:00. ':10 know how to sell and enjoy
I I. ,, sales Work. These are -
LUNCH 11:3Ctil 2 PM _:!!" _-_
; --- ----- positions good pay excel-
lent future and fine working
One Full Pound LUNCH . 65e up I conditions. 5V. day week vacation -

Roast Turkey & Dressing ": 1 DINNER . 8Sc upi Sandefer, hospitalization.Rutherfords etc.Jewelers.See Mr.

t Cranberry Sauce KC Sirloin ALFORD'STOWER 1C3 W. Univ. Ave.

Gfelet Gravy ( WANTED Negro beautician. Inquire
at 507 SW 7th Ave. Phone
Choice of V.g. k. HOUSE
Steak $195 WOP FR 6-4784. after 4 P.M.
Cola Slaw or
< JL\ 210 E. UNIVERSITY EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing SUN
Toss Salad 97'Rib shorthand. knowledge of bookkeepIng NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

I Bread and Butter :: -- --- ----- -- desired. Ample starting -
I wage. No age limit. Unlimited
Tea or Coffee _ 376-4672 career opportunities for woman
Eye Steak Au Jus' with quick mind. Prefer permanent BOATS MOTORS
: resident. Send resume or _ _ BOATS ti MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
Toss Green Salad DIVISION OFGENERAL Interview request to Box 435 coo

4# Choice of Vc*. FINANCE CORP. Gainesville Sun. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 'WI 24" GRILlS
97 WAITRESS good hours good pay. HUNTER Fiberglass FlshiOg 12' Plywood fSOIIng" tIeIats. HOOD-SP AND MOTOIt
Bread and Butter
Can Refinance Apply in person. Wondernouse Boat Introduced by FRANK Uf.5t ,"
I Tea or Coffee Restaurant 14 S.W. 1st St. Be- PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
Your Present Car and/or T E M OR CENTRAL
hind Sears EASY It S THE TACKLE lOX 72S N. Main 372-3537
r Shrimp Salad Cold Plate Advance Additional Cash CHARGE
""The fleer? Of [as? GainesvIlle"
Lettuce and On Our Special Low Rates Announcements 12 Male Help Wanted FRANK PHILPOTT'S I with Charlie

\\t TomatoesFresh 85 and Cut Your Paymentsby UFE GUARD with Senior certift- SPORT CENTER FR 2-17t1. LIst of Classifications Ie choose

J Cucumbers cate, work for summer Phone Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
Saltines Vz in Most Cases. 3 LOST & FOUND FR 4-X12. FishinG Boats.MCCULLOCH

,Combination Fruit Salad $550 up to $5,000 LOiT-Hall Dachshund half Cocker MAINTENANCE MAN. experienced.To Trailers and Motors.JACKSON MURRAY Sailing ALACHUA ONLY DEALER COUNTY'S Skiing! Swimming.DivInG.
Just Call Us At 376-2511 taffy color. 4 months old. live on premises. Phone FRS Canoes. JOHNSON
Lost In vicinity of Wiirkton 4-X12. FIshIng EQUipment.
I Plate 50 .. or Stop In Our Office Road. past Country Club. Pnone YOUNG man wanted who Is Interested Where Quality Sells Itself" SEA HORSE MOTORS
FR 22334. In learning the homebuIlding SALES AND SERVICE Safety lIems.
DElt tJueu.4 At 718 N. Main St.
trade. Some drafting 20 N.W. 1"" Ave. LoN Ster loats. Orlando Clipper '
Every night a complete 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE experience necessary. Call FR Fa 2.5011 or Fit UtfJ IHts. SkI SU Plies. Sailing rigs. Golfing EQUipment.
\ '7790 for pot. IAIRD'S MARINE
dinner including, choiceof Mon. Thru Frt. 5.4 n.m. 5.1. U Tennis EQUipment.lasebeR .
... MAIN ST.
II LEARN TO DRIVEl Special PARTS MAN. Permanent employ l Other Times by ApOOlnIment 601 S.
meat, entree tention to nervous or elderly. ment. Reply in own handwriting _ _ Eaulpm.
Easy Way Driving School. FR giving age. experience 1. refer.
Choice af Salad 7-7007 He tw Stat. cf Fla ences. P. O. Box 503. Gainesville. SWIMMING POOLS Where to FIsII.

Choice of Ve,. I I 0 IR Wanted one service station attend Sun Want Ads

Bread and Butter QV ? I 1 E SPECIAL NOTICES ant. Must be local area. married. Plus many many more.
Coffee 21-35. with at least 10th grade education BE CAREFREE
I Tea or with Service Station or
J All for only DUE to divorce I tiave a like new mechanical ability. 931 W. Univ. EllIor a delft Met healthy pool.Mastor .
DINING [I 1," model Zig Zag. Automatic Ave. .G e t Results Peal IIrvlc8 1ft(. ADVERTUE L'C TKII .
sawing machine that does ev Supplies & Montttly Cleaning
erything. We would like someone GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To s.fykLFR
Watch for nests weeks specialin to take up payments of $6.00 start work Immediately. must 2-3563 6-0068 1-171 IUVICE DDUX1'OST:
Mondays Paper from DANCING per mo. SmaU balance. Ph. 07J051. > have awn tools. Plenty of work.
| Free hosPitalization Insurance.salary .
guaranteed equipped with

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buttonhole appliques monograms WANTED new .. used car salesmen 372-8441
Fun in the Sun section PHONE
blind hems. Etc. SS-7S (2) Salary .. commission. -
313 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. per mo. M-SO total price. IIS Apply at Mattes Motors. 703 N.
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35 Houses for Solo 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses For Solo 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Salt

3 BEDROOM, 1 bath CCB screened 2 BR frame. freshly painted in OPEN HOUSE Fla. Room Fireplace Central BEST VALUE In 3 BR home. 140 BY OWNER Mason Manor 3 BR.
porch air conditioned. central & out. Back porch shade trees. RedfranksRealestate I heatyou name It-this lovely monthly paym.nts. buy our 2 bath cent. heat built-in kit.,
heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR oak floors. terms $200 dn. and 3 Bedroom. 2 bath. Florida room. modem masonry home has Itt equity reasonably no taxes owner huge screen pOrch. paved dead
THE TIME IS NOW 2-4729. $55 monthly. Located near Univ. only $450 down. Assume loan at N.W. of course. Big fenced cor. leaving city. Call 3720064. end street shaded lot. reasonably

1 BR, bath am. CB house. util. Ave. bus at 1324 SE 2nd A v e. 196 per month. By owner, 1937 ner lot; double garage plus car.port. _priced. Phone FR 2-237.
Immed. See it and N.E. 7th Terr.ENTRAL this
occupancy. Inspect amazing buy It$17.soo.00.
rim.s bath gas htrs gas phone 4-7170. EXCLUSIVENORTHWEST LIKE NEW-3 Br., 2 battIg..
range tools. etc. Encl. pump : AIR CONDITIOING Attractive terms.ARCH I.r.. with fireplace D.R-, builtin
93.6 fro n tag e. Homestead CAMPBELl REALTORPh. kitchen, enclosed patio. 2 car
Exemption. FHA commitment. ULTRA MODERN with Roman Inspired FENCED REAR YARDA 376-5707 ANYTIME carport central air-cond. and
Do You Have A Room, ApartmentOr 5'i mile from Gainesville. FR FRED artium with sliding complete home: Wall-to-wall 3 BR Fla. Rm. Carol Estates SPACIOUS 2090 Square Feet heating. Near schools. Priced to
2-1541. glass doors opening from carpets. draperies- central air near schools. Pay low equity WOODED 93 X 164 Lot selL 3505 N.W. 13tn. Ave. Tel.
nearly every room. Striking conditioning- fenced rear yard.. & assume VA loan with $7794 CENTRAL AIR-CONDITIONING 3 2- 79S.
House to Rent McKINNEY entrance patio. ARCHITECT Quality Chambers gas oven mo. payments. Ph. 3760539.NORTHWEST Bedrooms 2 Baths. Paneled Den
ARNOLD DESIGNED for the latest in range, and hood. Vanitied laundrysink Living Room, Dining Room Electric HIGHLANDS. 2 Story, 3 BR., 2
GREEN luxurious Florida II v ing. in connecting utility room. Built In Kitchen. Large bath residence. Brick over hallow
Nearly 2100 sq. ft. of living Large living room separate din- Family Room. Hardwood Floors. tile. Cent. heat Priced under
DEATONREALTORS REALTORSWIMMING area. Triple car.port. Cen- ing room. Three large bed- FR 2-1053. 25000. See at 530 N. E. 7th Ave.
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS tr/l heat & airconditioning, rooms. Hugh Edwards Inc. Close to school and shopping 3 bedrooms 111 N.W. 11th Road Cor. Blvd. Ph. FR 24245.
of course. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING 374-7771. 2 bath home with famIly -
BUYER. Exclusive room. This Is a very nice L .J
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit Holly Forrest POOL with this office. Call home for the growing family with
: Three bedroom. two bath house with 60327.WESTW000. CALL US only $1.500 down payment.
Attractive 3 B.R. 2 Bath Ocala enormous living room and most Butler Bros. BuildersInvites
Block Home. situated on large attractive kitchen. Drapes and SCHOOL AREA-Almost TO SEE THESE FINE LISTINGS REASONABLE
corner lot Sunken living room wall to wall carpets included. new modern 3 bed$4 DOWN PAYMENT- ,
with fireplace Florida Room Wonderful outside entertainmentarea room. 2 bath with 74 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry
3 br. Fla. rm. Large fenced yardIn
Double Carport Central heat 126..500.00. heat. Large panelled family home with built-in
oven and
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU and air conditioning Modern room. Patio. Extra nice range 1 year old -ONLY $75.00 $14,000.beautiful Idylwild. Priced it
kitchen with refrigerator Designed NEW HOME built-in kitchen. Beautifullot. per month. Youto
for luxurious living. Less than $19,000 with
EVERY DAY until it is rented : house Sun. 2 to 5 4110 Open S.W Only fect/ a condition.few months Three o'd and bedrooms.In per. excellent terms. Call 6-0817. $5 00.00 DOWN Large 2 bedroom DAN BYRDASSOCIATES

5th Avenue. two baths. screened porch two story frame home near Kirby .
SPLIT LEVEL3 bedroom. 2 Smith School. ONLY $60.00
closets. Paved per

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: AnglewoodBeautiful I to per schools.month Including$1,300 down taxes street.and and Close$119 In- bath.can Large be 4Vi mortgage Price- month. .. Jack DeYot Associates, INC. Realtor Palm View EstatesFeaturing

3 B.R. 2 bath home surance. $14,500. Call 64817. WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 2 Walter Stoddard E. E. Holloway
$1.33 day surrounded by spacious park like bath homes with central heat air
$40 per mo. . per NICELY Christine Stone
grounds equipped with under. 2 bedroom conditioning and Florida room
AIR CONDITIONEDBeautiful 825 N.W. 13th Street 372-2511
ground sprinkler system This frame home on over acre In the Littlewood' School area the
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day house has many attractive extras large 3 bedroom 2 bath of land convenient to Medical Gainesville High School area and Call night or dayE.
and must be seen to be appre home with central air conditioningand Center. Everything like Idylwild.
ciated. Let us show it to you. heating. Spacious kitchen' New. Total price $8200 with A new community of dis-
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day Open house Sunday 2 to 5-611 panelled. family room with fireplace low down payment to responsible 4 BEDROOM, 3 bath home complete C. "CURLY"KUEHN tinctive homes in the fashionable
huge screened porch. All I
S.W. list Street. party. Call 4-0817. with
swimming pool and
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day sliding pane. doors are thermo- central heat. JR. Northwest.
ASSOCIATESJ. nicely landscaped I Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor ,
Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth lot. 3200000. Myrtle Lassiter. Associate I INCOME PROPERTY 3 bedroom Homes. Lots. Income. Business
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Col. J. W. Davis H. J. WiltshireFR W. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate home with 2 bedroom apartment and Lake Property.
23417 FINLEY AREA 7 N.E. Ut St. Phone 4-0817 completely furnished. ALSO 3 Farms and Acreage. :
Multiple 3 bedroom 2 Home: 2-7943 or 6-2927.. unit I"C.. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr.
Listing bath
centrally air- apartment house
$2.33 completely
$70 per mo. . per day conditioned home on extra furnished. ONLY 63S N. MAIN ST.
large 10000.
1 BR CCB. city water shady lot. sloping lot. Cork floors. : FR 6-2032 Broker FR 66544Mccors FHA homes from
Nice de
50 140
x paved street located
$75 per mo. ... $2.50 per day near bus line and Stephen Foster sign. 2200000. $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom ---- ----
School at 1114 NW 39th Ave. Down MaryMoeller 2 bath masonry home in

$80 per mo . $2.66 per day med.payment occupancy.$100 & $45 See & phone Im ARNOLDREALTY Westwood. Large corner lot. ? $16,000420,250

FR 47170.JWK. Down payments from MM.01
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day COMPANY JOHN Macoma Homes,

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day 1219 W.Multiple Univ.Listing Ave. Member 372-3522 Realtor MERRILLRealtor Inc.For VA Loans Available J
: 'Pete Sieg Sale very attractive 3-
Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge bedroom. 1-bath home.
$95 mo. . $3.16 day 3758404BEAUTIFUL 4617
per per Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo Multiple Listing E. University Ave.; walking \
Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene Associates: Marcella PardI
Dignity & Beauty distance to Lake Forest
$100 mo . $3.33 day traditional residence. W. H. Buchannan Schools. Price $12, 00. $500
per per Space design: quality and custom C. Brick. 2/a bath N.W. with large
down and $79.50 month.
details throughout. Lovely' large PARRISHPRESENTS L.R.. separate D.R. family rm.. Call Gerald or V.per Q. McCoyJr. 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm I
lot. More expensive than the Ig. kitchen with dining area Lg Day FR 6-7290. nights FR
average price range but you car port this home is situated on
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR will agree this house ls' more beautiful lot. 22nd St. area shownby HOME and 6-5015.23rd Office Blvd.EYES .corner N. Main
than worth it. appt. Call Mary Moeller.
TWO ACRES In the woods with the View Estates "
most in contemporary styling
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS overlooks a creek five bedrooms; ANGLEWOOD -Almost new 4 BR Price Reduced BUYERS I RIGHT! i

handsome fireplace, mod e rn I 2 Bath Contemporary home. Cen 3 Br. Lg family Rm. study Lg. is planned for professional men and their
kitchen. Not quite com patio C.B. on beautiful shaded lot

tral heat and central A-C. Fenced I See real dream living In Shadow
pleted and a steal at S14.500.00. back to see this lovely home drive by families.
yard. Family roombeauti Lawn Estates. Models .
Substantial cash 840 ..
payment re- ful built in N.W. 20th St. call Mary
qu-red. kitchen. Immediate Moeller. I D. Oliver. Did,.
FOR $15.25000 FHA evaluation you occupancy.NEW I Ph. FR 2-0866 FERNWOOD MODELS
can buy a four bedroom, two bathhouse by The James Co. I West en NW 39th Ave. past
34 Waterfront Property 35 Houses for Solo in the Littlewood area. Spa LISTING-3 B.R. 2 Bath BeautyAbounds I the Glen Springs intersec
cious living room and separate ing wall to wall carpet in liv in this Lg C.B. 3 BR. 1'h The James Co. of Galnlesville. L05- See sign en left.
dining room. parquet. Appointment built room in and dining room. Lovely bath home near St. Patricks Pa Inc.. Builders of Kings- from $12,250
WINFRED H. CRAWFORD PRICED TO SELL only. kitchen with nice family rochial. Metcalf .. Howard Bishop berry Homes for this area will up
Reo. Broker. specallzlng In SEVERAL lovely lake homes for room. Excellent financing. schools all rms Lg & spacious be happy to answer any Questions
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. 3 BR. 1 bath CCB carport and sale. These are year round resi For extra comfort a very Is you might have concernI I
AGE. 3 miles No. of Mel rose. utility room. Established lawn. dences within easy commuting FLORIDA ant PARK AREA A pleas screened pOrch. an abundance of ing home ownership. You might Quality Homes from $400 down
GR 5-2981. shrubs and shade trees. Lot llOx114 distance. masonry 3 bedroom home ota storage room. Call Mary Moeller. be one of those people that
close to schools. JiOO down nice lot 110 x 154 located with
now owns a home but found
AIR CONDITIONED gas heat $87 total monthly, payment. AppraiSed -: J. W.KIRKPATRICK. in walking distance to J. J. Finley that it is now Inadequate. if WESTVILLAN.W.
completely furnished 2 bedroom at S13.475. reduced to 12. Elementary School and Gainesville Contemporary this Is the case. a call to The
house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles 300 High School. Owner IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Gainesville. Price S8.800. sell. 3532 N.W. 7th Ave. town. leaving 3 BR 2 bath family rm with fire James Co. could very well
East of FR
Terms available. Phone FR 2-6759. Realtor place dbl garage excellent neighborhood solve your problems. By this 16th Ave. [ I
a-6456. NW. SECTION 3 BR. 2 baths 31 N. Main St. Phone FR 2-8404 FINLEY SCHOOL AREA Attrac shaded yard. $120000 we mean trading In your present 3 MODELS

the Suwannee large carport and till?I.. lots of, ASSOCIATES Member Multiple Listing tive 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry equity take up payments $125.00 home. & 37th St. _
BEAUTIFUL lot on mo. S.W. section. See Mary Moel-
cupboard and home
River at Rock Bluff. Call 374- landscaped counter space. Well. i, Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunnell I lot. Immediate nicely landscaped large ler. There are a number of ques-

lent COndo 3725756.rear terrace excel A. W. Reece. Capt. USN. Ret. we show you this May tions that we can answer concerning TERMSWALTER WRITE. WIRE. PHONE or VISIT
trading. We feel
See This
HOUSE FOR SAVE LovelyJumbo by talking with us can
2 bath brick 3 br, breezeway. LR pick a suitable floor plan and
FURNISHED masonry home hardwooc 2 bath home on large wooded lot I
COMPLETELY floors dining rm quiet St. exterior design that will suit
Realistically open
Spacious 2 BR home with large Ig. kitchen throughout., fireplace.Dining air condi rm., BUY FROM -family with large room.screened built in In kitchen priced. Drive past this fine property your needs from our many Palm View Estates

living room. fireplace garage tion. on nice lot In Golrvlew must be seen to be appreciated patio- 1114 N.W. 13 Ave. .. call plans that we keep on hand. I 'T! Dark
covered pier. large shaded lot. Sale price 121000. If Mary Macher.Retirement. A call to the James Co. will
etc. $11000 with easy terms. Interested BUILDER get all the facts about STUBBS
Phone 3767400.WESTW000 NEAR UNIVERSITY 3 B.R.. 2 any ,
Will trade. Call anytime. type ,
bath brick home. Large kitchen, financing any questionsyou I INC. 372-9545 37 -9048 night
ERNEST TEW. REALTYFR LITTLEWOOD might have without any day -
44461 2910 NW 13th St. Walking distance to schools. 3 3 bedroom 1V4 bath. Pay only family private room. On lovely lot. Also 3 Br 1 bath. frame Ig lot. quiet obligations on your part.
BR, 2 baths honr.e In Skyline $80 per month Including taxes study away from family St. paved. $3200.00.Investors .
JUST over one acre heavily wood Heights. Study hardwood floors and insurance. Wooded lot on activity. We have lots available In "We Trade Houses" Drive West on 16th Ave.
ed. Lake Ann. 20 miles from built-in range & oven. Cent: safe dead-end street. Perfect for most any section of town for I I
Gainesville 80 front ft. on clear heat. Shaded back yard. Call young growing family. No money WESTSIDE New residential subdivision BuildingSite you to choose from. :. .
lake. S3500 with SI500 down and 3764862. down to qualified Vets. Only opening soon. Acre lots I I" = -------- --- --built-4n
$.50 monthly or $3000 cash. Call S450 down FHA. Ask to see lot I streets now being paved. May we Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene I
376-3211 ext. 5568 FRED LITTLEWOOD AREA no. 67.Adyanced. tell you more about this restricts Near Club 162 ft Paramore have over 30 ,
Country -comprising years
BRYANT. 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living I residential area outside city lull appr. K acres. Near U.f. combined experience In the t tI ti
YOUR VACATION HOME? 1 Irea.blk. central heat. built-in kit. Design 3-2. One of Gainesville's Campus with Income establishedwill construction of homes. By careful -
from Westwood Jr. High most advanced home lease sell call supervision by Jim and
or Mary
Furn. house In Yankeefown. 2 ovdee.
blks. from River on paved street. 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. signs. Eye level built-in i its.M. Moeller. Gene. it will enable you as the i
Only 13000 cash total price. S. school. -Ideal for Ig. family. or and range In kitchen. Breakfastbar. M. homeowner to get more home I
family and elderly persons. Walk-in closets. Terrazzo for your money and certainly
E. Sapp Realtor Newberry. Fla. MARY MOELLER
Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 floors. Large rear lot with fence makes The James construc. I
FOR SALE. If you have put off N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. on back line. Save nearly S1OCO tion to be beyond compare.By oven &
buying that lot on beautiful STUDENT sacrificing 2 on this one. 515.150. $5CO down ParrishAND REALTOR Formica
Santa Fe Lake. You have little CCB home. Partly furnished bedroom including FHA. $94 month includes all 101* W. University FR -4471 building primarily the range
time left to secure waterfront appl. and washing macho Ask for lot no. 2. ASSOCIATES. INC. Member Multiple/ Listing Kingsberry home we feel we Foldaway cabinet
property (AT A REASONABLE 1. minutes from Univ.. few MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. MARY MOELLER. BROKER have a oreat advantage and I
PRICE). G. p. Rippey. Melrose. blocks to grade school Ig. lot. Model Home Sacrifice 4-2 Wayne Hill Helen Graham ASSOCIATES great opportunity for you as closet tops
Ph 37 -S571. 9500. 4117 NW. llttl St. FR 2- Huge corner lot with hundreds of Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish E. W. Moeller Foster Kessler the purchaser to pick design I

___4635. After 5:30. I dollars In additional landscaping' 1 9 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375; __ ___Dick Durbm __ I and floor plans that are created -
35 Houses for SaleNO Take sidewalk to public or pa- by some of the country's
FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR year rochial schools. Save big leading architects.If .

Santa around Fe home$25.000.on SW If side Interested of Lake this one. Lot no. 24. moneyon >> you desire complete Infer j central _

DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 2 call 475-5675. r M Ai'Eil matlon call The James Co. and

condo 376-2927.bath. Central Northwest.heat$19,000.central Call air FORDYCE- HUGH EDWARDS, i we your will home be happy and to spend come any to heat

INC. amount of time necessary to
FOR Sale or trade. New. 4 BR. explain The James Co. system
home located In Westmoreland 2837 N.E.376-7971 15th Street I THESE HOME VALUES i of home ownership.We .
Estates. On city sewers paved
St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family REALTOR BEFORE YOU BUY can secure FHA. VA and !
Rm. t living Rm.. dining area. WESTWOODIt's I I several different types of conventional -
Central heat built-in kitchen Including I financing.Let _

GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards I LUXUR'Y'Yes. P Brand New3 I JM J'
walk to schools close to I Norwood II us mention I few ef II
U of F .. medical center FHA this home really Is. A beau BR's 2 Tile Baths I the Homes that are either under i
$22,700. Down payment $1,700. tifully landscaped lot In the J. J. Central Aircondltioned SAVE! construction or in the I _
Immediate occupancy. Drive by Finley Area Wall to wall carpetIng t. -Hardwood Floors I Hope I II' planning stage.4Bedroom .
1021 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler fireplace and fully equipped Huge LR .. Family R. I "S :
Brothers. 372-9545 'dally 376-9041 built-in stainless steel kitchen. -3669 N.W. 16th Ave. "H" Inc. 3 full tile baths ---. 1' 1
night.5ROOM. Only $31500. $2,800 down and $2C 0 I Easy to buy. See now. with, over 2300 Sq. Ft. living .
a month. Call FORDYCE .. AS ...- area. You must see this hometo ---.
SOCIATES. INc.. 3741234.DELIGHTFUL. LittlewoodSmall We Trade Homes I appreciate It. We will trade
FRAME house screened on this one.3Bedroom. \/
pOrch. reduced for quick sale or Property
S2. 9S. Phone Cephis Down CauesrI'
Goodman. I 1115 NW 1'bath with '
528-4384 Williston. 2 bedroom home In the N.E. sec r'wem8uwunwRuu0wt20uwuswlw, G hardwood floors located on 8L,55JM

3 BR house. wall to wall carpet tion. This lovely home Is equip Payment II 40th Drive The following are ready for 5i well shaded lot.. Small down- : :__
ped with central FHA.Construction
heat payment.
screened pOrch. central heat and paved drive -3 BR-1 Tile Bath i _
air and air conditioning. Only $13 L. occupancy. 00 j -
conditioning $15.700 low down I -Stove & Ref. included
000 S250 down and $89.SO a month. to start soon on
paymert. Ph. 373-5516.
-527 N.W. 36th Drive 3 Br. 2 Bath
Call FORDYCE *. ASSOCIATES. I I S V. A. 3-4-Bedroomi homesin -_ ___ _. I
-Total price $12,000 _
CAROL ESTATES INC.. 316-1236- 1442 NE 16th PI. N.E. Ga:nesville. Call now / -
Central air & heating. fireplace,, -wBest Buy-See Now $350 Dwn. 3 BR. 1 bath. $350 down. I and make all color selections.
wall to wall bookshelves. enclosed UNUSUALLYdesigned UNIVERSITYREALTY $94 E All these will be brick veneer. :
patio. lawn pump. fence per mo. We have 4 lots on 37tn Ave.I00"x276' _
clothes lines. 3 BR. 2 baths patio really sets this 3 I $115 per mo. I Pick a lot and house > / bIg
living room. family rm. t dining bedroom horn apart. Wall to wall 2024 NE 16th Terr. plan' to suit you. f Vinyl } '

room. Matching stove I refrigerator carpets. kitchen equipped. in' a 3 BR. 2 bath $350 down. $89 \ famiVX Iy
dIsposal Antenna. S1200 beautiful neighborhood. N.W. sec 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 5i per mo. m Now under construction 3- \ paper ) / \
down on VA mtg. Ph. 3713091EXCEPTIONAL tun. Only $13.500. $1,000 down Bedroom 2 baths witn 1453 V Coric
W. M. Monroe. Realtor 1115 NE room
: and S9S..oth.. Call FOR I Sq. Ft. floor area. double carport I (vanatorles _
BUY. available DYCE 1. ASSOCIATES INC.. 376- Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank 3330 & 3320 I on shaded 100x27' lot. Will II

now schools 3 bedroom.and University.2 bath Contra near' 1236. las.Roby.Jr.Roy McCann T. C. Doug 5th St. NW 30th A.,.. trade on this one. I I eway;

Heat and Air-Cond. Call ALA 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn $77. is I
CHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES. UIETMJghbortlood 3Br.2Bath per mOo
376-2448. for this GLADYS SMITH I

-$14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open. Spacious living 3 In bedroomhome. the 5.1 E. 80 ACRES: @== $350 Dwn. 4617 SE 1st PI. is You'll find the KEY to

House Sundays. 1 to 4 p.m. Designed area for only' 112.250. Call FOR Plus 3 bedroom 2 bath fIorne. & engineered by U. 3. DYCE ( ASSOCIATES INc.. 376- tral heat. oak floors 20 mile 3 BR. 1 bath, $400 dn* $61 I
Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100IQ. 1236- from Gainesville. IS acre pecan i $94 per mo. Mr mo. I : fine family living at. 1 .
fT. 3 BR 2 bath air eond.. grove. 45 acre permanent pasture20 303 SE 38th St. ,
brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 TREESand acre "unimproved. Tractor: 304 SE 39th St. $3 i
NW Seth Dr. Alachua ttom s. mower, harrow fertilizer distri- "llII$1lS't
shrubbery 3 BR, 1 bath $400 dn. $44 9
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- surround this Colonial tutor. Call 3723392.SERENOLA
6690. home overlooking a picturesque per mo. =
pond. This house has wall 3236 NW 29th Ave. For More Informant* igliland Court Manor
6 BEDROOMS to wall carpeting fireplace. and ESTATES: 3 BR 2 bath $650 dn $91 Call
4 baths living rtru. fireplace wall has been completely/ redecorate: Lovely residential lots -new school rOIH" mo. 1
to wall carpeting formal diningrm. Within walking distance of Unversltyef opening in September priced from .w:::::: : =::uii. the swim club"community
.. all elect kitchen cent. heat Florida. As little as $1 I.. $3500. Call 372-5393. 3301 & 3311 I : TheJames
I & air conditioning. 2 story en' 500 down can handle this lovely Inc.
landscaped acre. $14800. Call owe horn Call FOROYCE a. ASS<> N. W. 7th PLACE: I NW 30th Avt.
er. 3769016.EXCELLENT CIATES INc.. 376-1236. Nice 3 bedroom. 2 bath home close 1 We Trade Homes 4 BR, 2 bath, $400 dn $19.I I Co.

BUY to schools good financing. Call I or Prope rty per mo.AU. .

Central air conditioning .. heat. 3 FORDYCEAssociates 372-5393. _ _ liwFesrIawalwI.. Of Gainesville Inc. Inspect our 14 models today-$13,400 to $18,200
BR, 2 bath built-in kitchen famIly I ------.5- Builder of Kinsb..TY

im. fenced back yard outside GLADYS SMITH FOR RENT Sales office NE 23rd BJvd. & 11th Terr.-372-3471
city limits. Only $ 50. Locatedat Inc.Real OUR HOMES ARE I Homes -
3945 NW 36th St. Ph. FR -2949 Estate REALTORAssociates I OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY 124 Sf 7tlt St. OFFICE PHONE

WHY PAY RENT? Multiple Listing Exchangers Realtors I I YOU SEEING WILL JUST ANYTIME CALL.IF 1 Year 3 BR 1 SatIn 372.2527
New homes. $.5OQ. 3 bedroom. tile Grace S. Fordyce. Broker : 1123 S.E. 4th STREET Lease $95 per NIGHTS fir HOLIDAYS KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONBufLDEIlS

bath $45 per month. Located en Dudley Govlden Associate Ban Griffin Anna Hinson I I FR XS301 or FR -79t9 __wL_ ______________Mj 372-7401
S. E. 45ttt Terrace. Also some Harvey Benton Associate Carolyn Noys Florence BumsMultiple ,
trade-In Call FR Z-2372. 926 W. Univ. 376-13 56 Listing Member --'- .- ,






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45 Furnished Aprs. 46 Unfurnished Aprs. 56 Business Oppertvnitia 73 Musical; Merhlnls 87 Automobiles
I 85 AUTOMOBILES for Winter
SAL I 85 Automobiles for Sal*

INDEX STOP LooKINGI! Sub-let June 15- TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately MAN end wife team. free to live WURLITZER CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords

Aug. 15. 2 BR completely furn. ; lower level of dupiex out of town and operate a small America's No. I piano and RAMBLER 2 door 51 Olds S3 tudor Holiday Coupe & Chevrolet A Her $ef
air cond. apt. T.V. antenna incl. ; stove and refrig.. sltu.tedabout.3 Sundry and rental business. Phone organs a, at Earl's Piano Co.Gainesville's wagon -5. top st.t. good conditi $400. Harry E. ice Station. St.
I ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE 2 lk.. from blks. off FR 6-3012.
campus. Married campus. 1105 evclustv Wurlit- Extra A1'o. Stroud, 26 4721 SW NEEDED good auto for trant
J 1 b Mn mnS couple preferred. $Sf per mo. NW 4tn Av*. sto per. mo. PhoneFR ABSENTEE ownership makes necessary zer Dealer. 702 W. University P Archer Rd. portation. Will tike In trade
Car .f TfcaakaS II Waatei t* Br. 372-4753. -5S71. sales of popular local, II Av*. Phone 372-2222. : House Trailer. Phone 374-8341. O
42 Ford Falcon 4 dr.. deluxe.
L*.t Fem.4 a Machinery: TU VALIANT trans, tires, '
NICELY furnished convenient DELUXE 2 and 3 BR alr , 4 PrnaHs4 Sarvlett a Building Materials downtown area. $75. Also garage gas appliances, wood paneled Gainesville P. O. Box 13427. radio and heater. N equity lust Phone
Travel Informal .4 B.....*.. G4aCS spacious Upright pianos, some as Is. some payments. 372-313 376.
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults yard quiet $110. Phone376M83. OTHER BUSINESS forces me to factory from ass C.I
priced S25 .
I SpceUI NU Aatla.Me rebi. P.M.
only. no pets. Inquire Lillian'sMusic or 3735400.
1 FUrUt 44 MUe. Far Bate sell good grocery store meat and up. MuSic Co.Gainesville .. PAINTJOB

Baby Bitten. Cklti Car (7 Tra4Unf Fasts Store. New 2 bedroom duplex apartmentfor market. All colored trade. Small Shopping Center. FR '1 CORVAIR coup at ... $995 86 SWAP CARS

t tt*.M T* G. Lid U Article Wanted CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close $75.60 per month. Call John down payment but must have 2.5 6 COMET ....,........... $1.395 ,
to shopping i 409 NE. 4th St. Merrill. Realtor. FR 2-1494. good collateral. Call FR 6-
n P..3 OH RENAULT $495
T ... Weeds
rant ?s BaU Maria EaJp. Phone FR 2-1391.! $45 per month. 7231: days or 2-0641- nights- & ELECTRIC. very Harmony good condition guitar,3 pickup. case 43 RENAULT .::::::::::::::.: $75 'WILL trade 1957 Olsl 88 Inexcellent

AUTOMOTIVI 71 ., GARAGE apartment, clean no 47 Houses for Rent Furn. Sundays. and cord included; $80. Phone i 61 FIAT 400 ml. $995 ium tires. citi In pre
Alrvlaa* ......e.t&1I 73 Orne Etpaie t children otpets.. Completely fur. 332-4819. a FORD Calaxie I :::::::_: $1,495 dition. Phone Je Cedar like Key.con
Wanted Buy
61 to
77 MobU Hamea far Sales 72 Mask*! Marefcaadlse nished. Phone 2-4484 2914 NW. TRUCK LOAD very fine factory Phone 313 or FR 2- 4 $3995At

Tracks tor Sate 13th St.NICELY 2 BEDROOM OMprex at 201* S.E. rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR
7> Tracks Wanted furnished 2 BR duplex apt. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. Houseopen. CASH for your used furniture refrigerators ANTEED. LILLIAN'S MUSIC MCA Its Call Top citi. tike aft. FOR THE COREC

M TrieUr Track KnUla REAL ESTATE FOR SALE for rent. No pets. 704 SE 4th Ave. CaB FR -4238. stoves. TVs cloth STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. er new Interir.. 2-3 TIME

IQI Trailer Rentals 3 BR, $75 per mo. .. S rm. S30. ing etc. FR 2-3937. WIlIlamsService FR 6-5931 7:3 .
$S MtrcrcUt Betera SS Let. far Sal FURNISHED apartment tor rent Go Archer Rd. to Tobacco Barn Center Hawthorn Road. 60 CORVAIR. Monza. red and
14 A.'II. RepairsU S4 Wmt rfrat Property for two male only. oir AvUmabOas far Baa U Hua F.r Sal* tioning, central heating u t II. 1st rd.. turn left go'a mile. 62 Machinery tr Tools Automotive Must sell $500. Also
M Sway Cars It Cln.cea Fr Sal furnished. Phone 2-8433 or .-.,73- W. Hunt. $1. engine like n. Courtesy Of SHOP
S7 Beat Estate EacbangedEDUCATJONAL 2 BR upstairs furnished apt. large I BR 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 1 mileage F 2- 611 S.W. 3rd St.
SI Heal Estate HOUSE suitable for 1 person ONE D-6 Bulldozer and equipment owerl IUD. UniYrit Chevrolet
rooms. screened porch, Clean. 4th
SI Oat *f Twa = or couple. S50 per mo. Hawthorne also one Ford Tractor all in Os N. FR 20538FIVE
St. 16th Ave.
15 Schoc-la InstneUesi freshly painted sprayed monthlyfor Road. Phone 312-D42. good condition. Call MA-9-1571. at
40 Bulncas Properties CLEAN 41 Chev. Impala Sports
1* Mail. D.... pests. Water furnished. $58
Mrs. Frank Cox. Rt. 2. Box 155.
SO Waited-lutnctlea 41 B l4cBtlal Sacs per mo. Phone FR 4-5883. 3 BR. 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. ISO Salt Sps.. Cltra Fla. WYATT- Coupe, heater : side j
41 Farms Jk Acreage per mo. Call McKinney Green, walls r steering, :trans.
4) Co4rd Prprty Rentals YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple Inc. FR 23617. Ph. FR
EMPLOYMENT 4>| Catered Prtperty sates preferred. but no children or 64 Household Goods Trailer 2-4
17 W.rk Wanted Mate pest Upstairs apt. Available now. 2 HOUSES COMPLETELY FUR Sales 40 CORVAIR clean excellent condition

If Wrk Wanted Female RENTALS Call 44512. NISHED 1 BR house tot$40 4 dr.. auto. trans. $825.
14 Sale Belf Wanted per mo; 2 BR house for S45 per T A-G APPLIANCES H of Phone
CLEAN. 2 BR upstairs apartment Homes
mo. See at 3721 SE Hawthorne Mblll
15 Help-Mate r FcrnalaU
44 CtUes Far lent = near Campus. $90 per mo. Rd. Phone 376-6031. Tested and Guaranteed Shasta DEATH In family. Must sell '59SI
Hall Help Wanted 45 F nilahc4 Apt. Phone 2-3329. 42 Refrigerators from S3* up Travel Trailers MCA SEDAN also '42 SUNBEAM -
Drma.U 4t CnhrnUhed Apt. = 2 BR. CCB. completely furnished Ranges from S39 up Oca)*'* First Mobile Home ALPINE ROADSTER and
11 Female fitly WBU 1 47 Reuses fr Beat Farm. 1 & 2 BR furn. apts. near Univ. house with automatic washer. 17 Washers from $19 up Dealer Since 1948 FORD. See at 2818 NE 12th -
48 U..... fr Beat Vaiarm.4t 914 SW 7th Ave. Phone FR '-2664.I Call FR 6-4593 for appt. 1 Dryers from $49 up 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. ..

FARMS & LIVESTOCK Bm_ fr Bent 1 BR. 1 bath, kitchen & living SMALL furn. house. newly decorated 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up Phone 629-13
Zt fum E,*l meat M H.teJ R.em* room garage apt. $45 per mo. no pets. Also 2 BR trailer. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Ocaia. EDSEL Station Wagon, coral end

n reel A Fertiliser 81 Ml... BenUl water furn. Gas heating. Phone very cool. S.W. Section. Phone JIM 10 TV VOYLES Sets APPLIANCE from S35 CO.up WE BUY beige, custom accessaries white crankshaft bearings in Volvo's new '64
28 LlTCStack 8ppH S1A Wanted T* Bent FR 6-7103. Colored Section 514 FR 25433. slde.1 tires. good condition
I$ Landscaping Tsp Ball U Baardcrs Wanted NE 16th Ter.DESIRABLE 41* NW Sth Ave.Ph. 372-5303 USED MOBILE $376-55 B-18 power series means longer engine life.
50 PU 8ppll U Otflc Desk 2 BEDROOM house. 1105 N.W. FULL SIZE crib. $9; General Electric HOME
Spaa* New
51 Llveitock Waited SI Easiness ..n.... well located 2 BR 33rd Avenue corner of lift! St. refrigerator. $60. Call 372- Top dollar. paid. 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard 90 horsepower engine. New fade
duplex apt. with utility appliancesfurnished. House open call FR 64230.
Avail. June 12th. Rental 5108. NOW SHOWING. top coupe, air conditioned resistant braking system. Test-dri. the

FINANCIAL SERVICE $85 monthly yearly basis. No 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. FOR SALE-Zenith 21" TV. 1 yr. 2 16 MOBILE bedrooms HOMES all Floor 4 speed transmission.. Caris new Volvo the quality yardstick you'llmeasure
M BmtlBcss Opportunities 2J Special Services children. pets or students. 815 old ping pong table. $10; dresser parked Univ.
87 Moose t* Leu 23 Horn* Improvement NW 13th St. Phone FR 65323or couch hide-away bed. garden Plan Terms tailored to meet on Cit the other cars byj And be sure to
U Martf area 24 B.... TT Servie FR 4-4833. hose. Ph. FR 6-5770. your bet. Drive a little and Bank parking lot. See ask about
Volvo in
FORDYCE RENTALSCall save purchasing a Europe.A .
U M.ae7 Wanted 23 ppllaLeS&Yuznltans Foster oiMr.. Johnson at
1 BR furnished apt., water furnish CONNOLLYMobil
i our agency to find the
I ed. 4141 NW 12th Ter. $40 per house you wish. Many listed. 66 Mise .For Sale. Hoe Sales In the bank.1,5s .
--- ---- mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 ask Also apartments furnished. 2 Miles on U. S 1

35 Houses for Site 42 Farms & creal. for Mr. Haynes. FORDYCEASSOCIATES FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar Closed Phone 6216 ing.Oldsbile' Hol. powt. ster..

1 BEDROOM. completely furnished anteed. Can deliver I $57.50. Radio .. Heater. After 5 Week
upstairs or downstairs near INC. Refrigerator service In IT'S FOOLISHto days. $250. FR 4-2270.
r 15 ACRES ON Archer Road. Includes shopping center. See at 612 N.W. 926 W. Univ. 37A-1EK your
SWIM FREE home. No service charge on re
10th Ave. 4-3549. $75 more. RECKLESS to 1944 4 air conditioned, Chev
or phone pay
NE Lovely 4 BR. 2 bafhs, spa- 2 CCB buildings and 200 FOR RENT 2 BR house. Stove & pairs. Wanted refrigerators and dr., Completely I
less. GET
4" well with water system. Phone permo. pay role eip
clous rooms. Large scr. porch refrig. furnished., fenced back freezers needing repair. FR 21330. FACTS. Payments as low as Best. lowest priced
Air condo V.A. loan. $102 month. FR 22449 after 5 or weekends. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. yard. STO per mo. 1133 NW 22nd ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna S57.29 per month with $300 down. town Call FR 4-9950 days. 372-
Equity on terms. 372-1854. Near University. See at 411 N.W. Ave. Phone 3727997. .
Fordyce Double stack complete. NothIng LAKE GENEVAMobile 5032 evenings. t
Acreage 15th St. or call 2-4447. $55 per
3 BEDROOM 2 bath built In kitchen SMALL house 1 large room kitchen. else to buy. $15. Brants. I Homes Sales 1942 FORD Galaxie 500 XL convertible -I
central heat reasonable tile bath. stove & refrig. Smiles 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla loaded. Exceptionally clean.
down take 40 acre tract beautifully wooded. mo.EAST SIDE out Archer Rd. S30 per mo. DOWLING'3 Phone 372 2789.
payment. up pay- UPHOLSTERY Price 2095. -
1943 Titan 10
southwest of town only SU5 00 an FR 6-3327. x 51. 2 BR trailer.
ments. FR 4-1105, 1370 S. E. 24th Chairs low as $8. No
money take
$60 and
acre. down
over payments TR-4 white. or
PI. A beautiful ranch with magnificent GARDENAPARTMENTS TWO bedroom house for rent. down low as SS per month. of S4741 per mo. Phone 6 Triump. private. 417 13 6th
Apply Frank Dicker son. Orange Free estimates pickup and delivery -
HIBISCUS PARK. J. J. Finley pastures. water tobacco and pea- 41. Ave.
Lake All
Marine Boat Works. O. service. work
P. guaran
School 3 BR spacious house. nut allotments and timber at
area. Box 221. Orange Lake. Fla. teed. Phone 376-7786. NEEDED good auto for trans. FOR SALE Chevelle SS convertible
attic fan lots of storage quiet $145.00 an acre. a real buy on $57 per month up portation. take in trade on 196 white

_neighborhood FR 2-0992. today's market. Gainesville's Finest 3 BR. 1 Bath complete kitchen. TRADE your costly to operate house Wi. Phone 374-8341. walls. Equity V4'p. pay product of superb Swedish engineering
Investment acreage close to Medical near schools and shopping cen- ELECTRIC water heater and after 7
CAROL ESTATES EAST. $18.200 ments. Call FR '
Center In southwest. 20 acre Furnished unfurnished ters. For information Manaro's $C8 for a new glasslined GAS -215
FHA. 3 BR 2 bath Fla. room. parcel approximately 440 x 1320 Lovely 1 and or 2 bedroom apart _Restaurant FR 2-4690. water heater. Much more hot I Is a good policy to do businessIn p.m
central air cond. and heat built for $5400.Beautiful water at about half the cost with your own community. You can EXTRA clean cars, $95 to $595. 90 Crane Motor Co.
ment. 309 NE fth St. Phone 37696M.
In Immediately. 3-4 Br.,
kitchen swim club membership LR. a
depend on friends for topservice.
roiling hills over 100 OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. your day 50-50 guarantee. No downpayment.
DR. Kit. Equip. Near Park
walk to schools. 2118 NE 23 In the mobilehome
acres. perfect for horses and ARCHER ROAD. FR51111.. years small weekly or month
16th Ter. shopping schools. $100. 1203
Ph. 3744379. N.E.
2 Bedroom furnished ,
garage apart business.
WEST PARK cattle $37500 an acre.; ment. Located 213 N.W. 2nd Ave 5th Ter. FR *-2 93. DIAMOND RING one carat flawless ly SE payments.3rd Ave. Phone H&H Motors. 16 516 S. MAIN ST. 376-2425
Also other listings available from 3n.374.
2030 NW. 55th St. nue. Can be seen after 5 p.m. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. I with platinum fishtail mount- MOBILE HOMES
$7500 an acre on up. value will T b I r d
FR 4-3593. Stove & refrigerator. Ing. Appraisal $1500 BUr 57 FORD 2 dr. Fairlane. -
By owner low down payment. 3 $115 per
sell aprox. for half price. Call Vradio & heater. Fordoma-
bedrooms payments less than FORDYCE ASSOC. INC. 3 rooms 2nd floor. utilities fur- mo. Phone FR 4-2472 Weaeman II Gus McGriff at 376-3830 between today. Open t A.M. to 8 PM.. Closes tic.- good tires. 1518 NW 4th Ave.,

rent. Phone F R 2-0258. REALTOR nished. Couple. no pets. S55. Located Realty. 6&lp.m. Sundays. Phone 3744341. Apt. F. _
at 727 E. Univ. Ave. 3n-13. I.
2 BR new home located on paved
BUY OF A 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 street. ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I '61 BUICK convertible, excellent
Hampton. Fla. 20 miles trailer. One
RENT bedroom furnished NEW palm camping
FOR 64481.
one am back at old stand 516 W. condition all power -
60 ACRES woodland with stream apartment near Univ. & Alachua from Gainesville. Wired for elec. only 25 per cent off list. See John 3rd pon.
LIFETIMEDistinctive University Ave. I buy. sell and See
running thru It. One half mile General Hospital. $45 month. stove has elec. hot water heat i Teter afternoons, Alachua. 1
2500 sq. ft. suburban from paved road. Good huntingand Available June 15th 102 NW 7th er. S45 per mo. Contact G. P. trade. 1st class repairs, as al 54 Ford. Immaculate new engine.

home priced below replacementcost. fishing $4500 Cash. St. Phone 374-7955. Wadsworth Hampton. ways. SECIAL paint & Interior. Must be seen

4 BR. 2 bath sunken living Tom U. Greene. Realtor. 4 BR, 3 bath, 511 NW lSttl St. LARGE Sale Monday ':30 A.M. to 104 x 2' mobie home to be appreciated. $495. Phone
rm.. wall to wall carpeting. Ig. Contact D. L Rogers Associate ONE room furnished apartment 5125 per mo. 4:00 PM Youth bed. brlcabrac.ladles' $1509. Mile S. Paynes FR 6- 721. Yes! It's True!
SlO week. One block from
per Prairie. For appointment call
kitchen with built-Ins. suspended Chlefland Fla. 12 N. W. 3rd Street. Ph. 3 BR, 1 bath, 1414 NE 9th St. $95 and men's better clothIng -
china etc. Set square. FR 63052.BELIEVE
closet. among 376-7074- per mo. Jewelry, household goods.
beautiful trees onVt acres frontIng 43 Colored Property Call McKIr.ney Green Inc. 23617. rugs. many useful items. Please IT Value Rated
Millhopper Rd. Monthly pay. SMALL furnished apartment consist- come to rear entrance 2010 N. W. NO FLIMFLAMNO
ments Of $117. Phone 3722345 ing of bedroom. bath and kitchen. 2 t Bedroom unfurnished house. 307 32nd Ter. (off N. W. 34th St. and Used Cars

for appt. to Ife.LITTLEWOODWESTWOOD. HOMES FOR SALE Convenient to town and Univer S.E. 9th St. S55 month newly decorated 16th Ave.). OR NOTSave

2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & sity. Also one front bedroom. inside. FR 6-2641.. FR S600 10 44 2 BR fur.
AREA 6-2930 Mr. Haynes.UNFURNISHED $80 a x 10 lent screen on four x B&G MOTOR CO.
3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. Rm.. large Storage SE 7th Ave. Soma no down pay. Phone 376-6857. sides. Ideal for backyard picnics. fished only $3195. $35040 down. GIMMICKS !

room. screened porch carport ment. Some small down pay. LARGE, 1 or 2 BR Rea nable. 3 bedroom house, $40. Stove & tank with 20 gals $5409 per month. Cadillac Oldsmobile
established yard. shrubS. men:. Monthly payment $57 to Clean, convenient location. Excel- S50 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom kerosene $5 If you take all Over 50 models to choose from
shade trees. $500 down. 527 NW $65. Also homes built on your I lent neighborhood. Adults only. house S60 month. Furnished I Phone 3729725 between 5 & 7. TRAILER MARTHWY. 2001 NW 13th St.
34th Ter. Ph. FR 25043. lot, for no down payment. 306 NE 5th Ave. FR 6-0969. duplex apt., $90 month. FR I New 1 1964 GMC
Call TOMMY RIDGELL 6-7466. PORT-A-CRIB 1250. Phone 376- 11 PHONE Pickups
FOR SALE beautiful rural home Builder Phone FR 2-4125 AVAIL June 15. Alr-cond.. aerial. I 4728. 310
with up to 4 acres pecan groves. No children. no pets. ..&5. 406 NE 3 BR, 1 bath 1421 NE 18th Avenue. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 GET ACQUAINTED
Overlooking Santa Fe Lake with COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex 6th St. $115 per Month. Call McKinney $200 wedding gown. selling fcr SAO. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA
access to boat basin and beach. apartments large living and Green Inc. FR 23617. .1 Full length. satin. Size 12. Call SPECIAL
Must travel doctor's orders. Bargain dining area modern kitchen with 2 BEDROOM. S room apt. N.W. Fran at Blanch' Beauty Salon FOR SALE or rent, 1960 Great $175 DOWN
at $20.000. G. P. Rlppey, fan. large storage closets. terrazzo 7th Ter. Seen by appointment. $75 ;3 BR house clean. Cook stove and 372-0030. Lakes Mobile Home. Located on

Melrose. Fl.. Ph. 475-5571 floors tile baths. space heater month. Phone FR 4-3825. 114ft refrigerator. Oil circulator. Water private lot. Call 3722408. TRANSMISSIONS
and hot water heater facilities N.W. 7th Ter. Upstairs. furnished. Auto. water heater. THE proven carpet cleaner; Blue
for washing machines end S15 wk. S60 mo. 417 S. E. 4th St. Lustre Is easy on the budget. Restores SEE us for MOBILE HOME SUP.
37 Real Estate Exchanged CLEAN. living room lust refurnished PLIES & MOBILE HOME INSURANCE -
paved streets. See at N.E. 26th forgotten colors. Rent
BR 3 BR. 2 bath house. Kitchen equip. at the lowest rates. Overhaul $69.50plus $56uIncluding
Ter. or call for appointment 372- newly painted. 1 apt. electric Shampooer $1. McDanlel Per Month
5321 or 372-5322. at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per ped. Air conditioner. $130 per Furn. Co.SILVERTONE. SPECIAL-roof coating $450/gal.
TRADE. Will trade waterfront I mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone month. 1030 NE 21st Ave. or call S Town & Country Trailer Sales oil

property on Beautiful Santa Fe I 4-2472. Weseman Realty. FR 60989. stefeo AM-FM radio 3860 SW Archer Rd. FR 2-2290 Includes Clutch Plates.
Lake. Price $1250 to $5000. Must 44 Cottages for Rent console. $150. Also Motorola portable
travel need extra car. G. P. 1 1 BR air cabana condo furn.Excellent trailer condi enclosed 2 month.Bedroom.Call CB 376-2927 house I AJW.$60 to per 5 T.V. $40. Phone 376-8567. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE Seals & Gasket : License tag, state sales tax, life
Fla. Ph. 475S571 Powerflite
Rlppey Melrose -
COMER'S Lake View Beach on I tion. FR 29884 44 A.M. and P.M. REPOSSESSED Singer Zig Z a g Ford-0-Motic insurance, and finance charges.
Big Lake Santa Fe now open 6-12 P.M. 2 Bedroom unfurnished house stove makes decorative stitches, appli 1959 CHEVROLET truck. 7 x 12. Powerglide.

38 Real Estate Wanted Swim and picnic. Furnished cot- UTile FURN. close-In. 2 rooms private and refrigerator. $80 month. 1030 que. buttonholes. monograms. etc. aluminum. Insulated van body, No Money Down
tages by the week. For reservation bath off-street parking. no NW. 55th St. Phone FR 28819. Only S6720 payments $650 per good rubber booster brakes. m EASY TERMS PontiacCMC
call 448-1129 Earlton. mo. 815 W. Univ. FR 6-1075. tor A-l $1100 cash. Phone Tropical
pets. Also newly papered 1st floor sope.
TEACHER wants to buy :3 or 4 FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage all 1 BR apt. 15 SW 2nd PI. Misc. furniture for sale beds. 4n-2. MOTORS
bedroom country horn with chests lamps etc. Also camping
acreage or home In nice older electric, located tile shower.on Santa good ventilation Fe- FOR furnished RENT 1336- Duplex N.W. apartment 5th Ave. Furnished home on lake. $125.00 mo. i trailer and equipment. See John 83 Motorcycles & Scooters1963Aiislate Cher. 6 $134.50 exch. Truck Center

section of town. Send details to Teter In Alachua.REFINISHED 189.50 exch.
Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 2- Phone FR 2.38&. Many fine homes avllabl for oc : Ford
bolt 424-M. Gainesville Sun. $16,. cupancy. oak slant-front desk. motor scooter, fane Free Pick up & Delivery 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2iIf
BETTER HURRY If you want this up payments at the 1st Nit/I.
42 Farms & Acreage LONGBOAT KEY 1 BR semi-duplex. Just remodeled. oak dresser and wash stand. Bank. Phone 3729980 376-0040
MARY MOELLER. REALTOR large empire mahogany
NEAR Bradenton New air conditioned Sleeps 8. attractive location .
101* W. Univ leaf -
FR 6-4471 sectional sofa blond drop -- -
beach cottage. Available hot water & electric furn. Reason 4-chairs. Antique 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS -- -- --- -- -
table and Lamps. -
ACREAGEAppr weekly or monthly. For Information able.' 814 NE 11th Ave. Ph 372- SUPERIOR
Other household
call FR 2-4851. 49 Rooms For Rent
2191 after 5:30 PM or anytimeSat.
Items. Nearly-Nu Furniture AIR CONDITIONING Tune up REBUILDERS
44 Acres near new Country .' or Sun. Shop. 316 N.W. Sth Avenue. FR Special $250 for RIDGWAY MOTOR CO.

Club. suitable for Apt sites 45 Furnished Apts. 2 Bedroom. kitchen dining room. LARGE clean cool room. access I 4-4C92. test. All makes .prtormanc 2017 NE 27th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN.

or fine homes living room and private bath. to shower & refrigerator. Linens T-V antennas $4 single stack SB Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 1
Phone 374-4512. 1185 maid 21981.service 416 weekly.NE 2nd FR Ave.2- double stack. S1495 complete kit. Conditioning Servicing; Center. 63 VW 63 RAMBLER
12 Acres W. of Gainesville, on NICE CLEAN I x 45 1 bedroom or Jim Voyles. 419 NW Sth Ave. 204 N. Main St.., Phone FR 2-

pavement $480000 TRAILER. Lot 16-C. Archer Road 46 Unfurnished Apts. NICE. cool downstairs corner 2541. Karan Ghla factory sir con5SO.. 4 door sedan.
Village. Phone FR 4-2849 after DISCONTINUED MURALS transmissIon, radio. ,
room close In. off street parkIng ditioning radio. heater white l.ter
MARY MOELLER REALTOR 4.ONE. antenna furnished. 531 S.E. Complete set $19.95.HARPER 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE like new. conditioned. Extra nice.

101* W. Univ. FR 4-4471 bedroom cozy apartment NEW 1 BR duplex apt- kitchen 2nd Place. FR 22582. PAINT CO. wals

SO ACRE FARM 12 miles from walking distance to town. private equipped. $40 per month on ayear" -COOL corner by day-week-month. 10 SW. 7th St. 372-4344 CHEVROLET '58 Station wagon. $2195 $2095

city. U mil hlway. frontage. entrance. E. Univ. Ave. Call FR lease. Ph. 374-8372 days Hot water electricity. Beauty 59 Buick Sabre. 14' boat with Gator Brookwood Model, auto.. R H.

good vegetable land. planted pasture 2-5514. 376-7327 evenings. rest mattress. Cross ventilation. trailer & 35 h.p. Mercury new tires extra clean. low mil 63 FORD

small tram house deep REAL NICE 2 BR furn. duplex LARGE newly decorated garage Close In. 321 N.E. 3rd St. motor. Sell till above or trade age. Price $795. FR 6523 63 CORVAIR
well. farm equipment Included. apt. 503 NW 14th Ave. No pets apt. 805 NE 8th Ave. Partially for land. Phone 376-2877. MILLER- F.lrlne 500. automatic trans.
$250 per acre with terms. Contact furnished. Phone 376 3015 or ROOMS single and double on CORVAIR MI.6 eUip 2 door. automatic transmission. radio 8. heater.heater. .
children. $100 mo.Ph.
or small per AIR CONDITIONERS 1961 GE with misi
ALACHUA REALTY ASSOCIATES bus line. walking distance to town. radio wie BROWN .
r 374-2448 374-282X GR 5-5485. kit. privileges if desired. 376- Thlnlme 125000 BTU'S. 230 volt wall 8,000 miles. ."..'n. $1895
LARGE one bedroom apartment. 5 rooms & bath downtown area 2877. operation 150; 1961 Vornado Mighty Assume paymts. small equi 1030 E. Univ. ILue $1695
BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to S acre $58 per month Includes gas and refrig. & stove. Adults. Ipets.. Mite. 7.007 BTU'S 115 volt ty. WD older car for
COOL room on large shaded lawn. at 372-8441 FR
states. Choice of wooded orpermanent water. 303 NW 1st St. Phone water furn. $40 per mo. FR 2- operation. $100. Both excellent Cell owner 2-358 62 FORD
Private bath and entrance. Near
pasture. 7 miles westof ext. 8-5
FR 4-2012 or 4-7548. 4421 or 372-1633. condition. Horn freezer $20. 3 wHkday
University and University Ave. 62 RAMBLER
Gainesville. $600 per acre-
1959 4-door
be the first to mike your choice 3 rooms .. bath close-In adults. TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen Bus lines. FR 64362.IN Mercury Air conditioned radio, heat traitsGalaxie 500. 4 door. h.rdo.mission.
Call or se* United I Farm no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. equipped. $85 per month. WALDO furnished cottage kitchen NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers dan side walls. FULL SIZE Ambasador. outomltlC transmIssIon.
er. rldlo. heater, rdio.
See at 4166 NW 6th St. tampers, light Excepti power
372-1433. edgers
FR 2-4421
372-2954. or
Agency Ig. bedroom private bath. plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs ally clean. Reasonable. steering, brakes. wide heater, per steering.bucket .
Porch & carport. Twin or dbl. & Stratton. new and used mo- 1224 E. Univ. Ave. FORDCUSTOM .per. Extra nice.Special. .
beds. A6a-11U-
tors. Rental, sales and service. MERCURY. 1956. VA T.. PS. I. $1695
NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. Meyers Power Tools. 234 NE PB. rldio hete. nic con
SERVICES 12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. Phone 6- $1995
FR 6-6083. 0043 afternoons.
BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted _ 61 FALCON
BOARD room for working men. sailfish. 6'2" By Al Pfleguer. 2-DOOR
Good home cooked meals good Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tackle DODGE-DART 61 PONTIAC Station wagon. automatic
beds plenty of hot water. 225 Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. station w.gon. auto- tr.n..
mission, radio
And BusinessPlumbing SW 2nd Ave. GOOD HEARING Is one of your DODGE TRUCKS $2096.00 radio heater .

I Home IN PRIVATE HOME. nice clean most valuable assets. Don't neglect per steering. power
: room for reliable gentleman. No it. Visit Gainesville HearingAid POOLE-GABLE Buuiful Clr. $1 095
drinking. Phone FR 65047.IN Co. Today. 420 North Main FAIRLANE
NEW MODERN HOME mod St. Phone FR 4-OC95. 119 SE First Avt. $18'95

I. Bulldozing ern furniture dbl. bed., private GOD Hoover Upright cleaner 372-4343 2-DOOR
bath. Rent single or double to all ot.chmnts. $30. Phone 61 RAMBLER

SMALL bulldozer, loader dump SEWER INSTALLEDNEW men. must be gentlemen. Phone FR2-5689. $1996.00SHAW 61 FALCON

trucks fill dirt. lime lock. Top at used fixtures. complete 376-0814. SINGER FEATHERWEIGHTGood 2 door. huter. StatIon eutomatic trans.

soil. Phone 372-7844. plumbing service ''BIG- JIM Rooms for male students nr campus condition, sold new $169 GAINESVILLE wago radio and heater. Ex.
BULLDOZERS .. Draglln Backhoe HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb summer rates. By week or balance 5 8 4 5 misio.
month. Kitchen maid service.FR &
wheel tractors motor ing. 22726. $68 or $7 per mo. AUTO SALES ,
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Its W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075
P01* 8. (PuckS Johnson. FR 4-4219 UpholsteryUPHOLSTER NICELY furnished newly decorated 1007 N, Main St. KEETER 61 FIAT $1195
BICYCLE. 2611 brand has
room for career girt. Share Phon. FR 2.6313 Extra nice.
F I tiseal Concrete your furniture at bath with on* girl. Limited kit- been in storage. m in Eng.
Main St.
reasonable prices. Call Sally. chen privileges. Phone 376-5426. Real buy at $40. 376 Northcentral FIOIId&sIndependent 218 E.
1510 W. Univ. Ave. Apt $495
Experienced. FR 68855.Remodttling Largest 2-0503 60 BUICK
372.3372 CONCRETE finishing. Walks. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also FR
drives patios. slab and shuffleboard adjoining rental property. 200 ft. DUE TO DIVORCEI Dealer

etc. expertly done. Estimates frontage. 300 block N.E. 3rd Ave. have a Si Zig Zag that 60 CH EVY Electra. tr""
F& automatically
Call 37I-3884 anytime. make -
Will sell together or eprtly. Power
sews on makes Station wagon 8 passenger, rl l.t.r.
314 N.E. b
3rd Ave. FR 2-4752. .
Landscaping DO YOU NEED. Florida room. extra buttonholes dam wa mon -SPECIAL automatic transissi radio, steering. per S.rl.ttr
room, more room roof work. ROOMS for working men. Break ora etc. up payments { and power .
LANDSCAPE SERVICE or maybe a complete new home? fast and lunette H desired. Phone per month. Very small $1495

Grass-Sod-Garden MainNurserystock For a free estimate. & guaranteed 376-6036. balance. C.I FR 22051. 2 Days Only ; IfIJ 9295

of all kinds.CREVASSE'S work phone Carl C. Modern maple. S Dr. Chest. Dbl -
Waters. 3728048.CARPENTER 51-A Wanted To Rent
NURSERY Dresser plate Mirror B.C. Bed.
Landscape Co. desires work. additions Complete 79.95 1957 FORD 1'z 60 RAMBLER

Appliance RepairAir (i FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Si repairing. Phone FR UNIVERSITY professor wishes to Mattresses & Con Springs 4.00 U V-8. Fleet $ ,Chenole I with Nice 60 RAMBLER
'- 102. Gold color wing chair Impala 4 dr. d san
Conditioning rent 3 or 4 bedroom furn. er un- COX WAREHOUSE 402 S. Main transmission. I HI c.r.

_ _ ADVERTISE XX THE furn. house for 1 year beginning sprin s. 2 new 6 ply StatIon we rW1
Sewing Machine leaf round $ .
Repairs Aug. 1st. Writ Dr. Sidney Den- Drop maple table Early m( 8 9 5 arid
HANDYMAN SHOP SERVICE DIRECTORT: man. Stetson Univ.. DeLand. Fla. American upholstered chair Co grip tires. Heavy duty
f A-l CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER. style coffee table trailer hitch Also
first In air conditioning and Appllanc _ _ _ VICE co. SIS W. University FAMILY ef three wants 2-3 bed II desk. Marble k, ha FALCON $99.5
repairs. We sell guaranteed Ave. Vt-1075. We repair an room house below $100. Five le oak secretary, to other dt Tandem trailer 60

washers refrigerators etc. Mortgage Broker Mskr-s Work fully ouarllf'ltH'd. year resident her. Phone 22913. all. Shop. Good body. Good 4 door tsster.

PR 4-OJ7 _ _ _ 314 NW NearI Fu. combination w
FHA and conventional lOweStAppraisal TELEVISIONPICTURE Ave 6 1962 FALCON 2 door $750 59
Servic current Term to 25 52 Boarders Wanted FRIGIDAIRE air conditioner 1 ton. $795 Automatic 2Orl

years. WtII"y discuss. at noobligation. lie w ; crib t Kat standard traisi healer,
Call toinoreow. TUBE Repair SpeciaL SI ; OAK o a 1954 CHEVY2ton. wrute. A clean car. 59 Volkswagen brakes, pe Irlng. p'
J. w. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor per inch plus SIO to Install most ROOM and Board for girls. Private 553.3763336.LACE "er $1195 citin
I FRED .. ARNOLD1. N.: Main Si. Ph. FR 2-8494 tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special bath. Washing Machine. Phone floor wedding dress 2.speed axel. Motor RadiO 8. heater. poner, NIe.

REALTOR' FRED B. ARNOLD Reconditioned TVi from S*'fS. FR 64013.. with hoop I, 3 Pinkbridesmaid's recently overhauled. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4 $895
SERVICE REALTOR 7 S.E. 1st Ave. d le 9; $10 $495 door. Power steering, per
FHA AND CONVENTIONAL 54 Business Rentals each. Phone .
ttl* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 4 Technician's with 14 years experience brakes. Beotuiful 59 BUICK

_ _ _ LOANS on all makes. Now Specializing in Ladies' Bener. 1955 FORD air conditioning $1495 59 PLYMOUTH
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. :372-3522 I GARAGE SPICe toe rent 413 S.W. Dresses C out Buy*. Size V-8 bed. Aodt traisi ra

Auto Equipment MORTGAGE MONEY I Tires Alignment 2nd tor. St.FR Call 2-14.John Merrill R...- through 5 Each. Exceptional Fet 1961 CME 4 d: 8 passenger, radio, beater. l.ter, power sri
SUPER $495
_ _ _ SV* per cent Interest. Terms to VII If MIL. 1st Avenue S ton d traiuo. $795 $895
25 Brake Service
years. APPROX. 6.000
K4. ft. on ACL radio h lot
1960 FORD ,
siding. Yard space at rear.aU .
rebuilt 1
Call VACATION SPECIALON en paved street. 536 SW 2nd 6 cylinder.; Vi Fleet- wt .
kin for
exchanged Repair Dan Byrd Aft. C*. 376-751U Mr. String- 70 Boats.-Marine E..i,. to

W ikr jacks. Factory awthorU- _825_ NW_ _13_ _St._ Ph_ _FR_ _3-2511_ famous nationally known Mohawk fellow. sid A-l shape. 1961 CHEROLE" door.
eel walkr Hydraulic Jock tires . Save up to HEW Ftshing Boats Power radio, NO DOWN PAYMENT
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA 50% on new tires. See our new FOR LEASE, 1500 so. ft. downtown ready painted $895
SERVice 1. SUPPLY UV4 S. and conventional loans. Low wrap around retread that gives store building "' /faille. for rta IS t 0 a Ar. heater, automatic trans

Main fit 2-1417 rates. Terms to ts.vears. 1228 more ml1elt9O .. traction. Lett.mer business drugstore or office 1*$ .sal. 12 $39.95.t 1961 CHEVY mission. Beautiful red. 59 Rambler. ... .$31 51 Feed . .. $32
W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. Tlr Co. m N, MaIn St. Call ALACHUA I J I ..
: $1295
V-8 _
'1 ATES. 376-244. In same tt Turn Ea a ton pick up. 57 11 5' Ford SW 1S
Auto Glen \ Stu4cbkr. .. .
FORDYCE and Associates, Inc. post Di. I
_ _ Conventional and FJtA. I.1M. Tree Service on. o Oe II Mr B $1095 1960 OLDSMOBILE dr. 5' Ford ..... 21 I 57FordSW .-. .. 23

AUTO GLASS Immediate Is our installatIons only buslCAU 374-123. Fordyc Grace. Associate Fordyca.Realtor. .. .-. TREE SERVICE 56 Bvsioeu OaportiiMtte 221. Orange Lak*. .Fla.Dkkr .. 0& Several good late model hardtop.brakes Power steeri. 57 Suelebekr SW 11 59 R..ller AM SW. 3

sisal free pickup Delivery.! Add Inc... 924 West University Av. Pruning,. demosslng.. tree removaL bracing Cavity fc caWeiog EXCELLENT downtown SJnda I r *ff* B Wo net plywood cars to choose 3 f to ron-s.5 per, roio$145CRNE ht- 56 Re.brr 2J 56 Chevy . ._

beauty *> value to your clr.nul. work tree feeding. Lewis servIce Service Station pen and doIng and Opec Sunday BJM. ctiin
MAULOItTS AUTO GLASS OX business will leas to responsible Reasonable
end maintenance. Licensed repairing. Raulerson
_323 N.W. 4th *0. FR 4-255L PAINTING Insured. Free estimates. Trey party with adequate Nxt to Vaman' Dtecount-
capital. Sinclair Co.
Themes 37..D<<0. Jack Hoover, Refining on 441, Orange Lake Motors RIDGWAY
: Painting tree e$ Phone FR 4-0222 or 2651212 .
timates. No lob too small. _4M-J4S2. Gainesville Fla. 1 ft aluminum fishing t wrtti UN Co.
ADVERTISE IN THE Work guaranteed. PhoneFR WINDOW CLEAN IMG! Univ. Ave. for .**.*. Opportunity 7.P I
2-5630. for the right man to get In.1 car cai.St.m-11 516 S. MAIN ST.

WINDOW cleaned floor cleaned the bowling altey" business with a I 21' Horn 371-521 Car 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
KRYICK PIBZCTOBt PAINTING Paper Hanging. Free and waxed house washed> IIyrs. man amount of capitaL Can FR: r Hydro-plane 1 Up. motor and 376-2425
estimates. Call 374724 or J72717. experience Free eUlma***.1 4-2441 or FR 6-2935.. Ask tar Mr., trailer. A t 1150. .. CARS TRUCKS JEEPS

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