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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Fla
Gainesville Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 28, 1964
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Daily[Aug. 21, 1966-]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER June 24, 1963-Aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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That steel 'structure supporting the Post I

Office shown in this Jan. 1, 1910, construction
photo is still sound and sturdy, according to
a recent survey by architect Dan Branch and $800,000
contractor Ray Tassinari. Both say the build- LBJ BlueprintsWhat's
ing is suitable for a renovation into a cultural
center. (Photo courtesy Postmaster Paige -
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I: Campaign Largest BequestCRYSTAL

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) President Johnson, history of the University of Florida was revealed here todayto
rAJ sounding a call to ". eep America moving," outlined for the University's Alumni Association Executive Council.
Minnesota Democrats Saturday a blueprint for his 1964 The bequest is estimated to be in excess of $800,000 and
Campaign. will be used for scholarships. Dr. Clyde O. Anderson, St.
n J 6 Looking toward the fall cam- Petersburg physician and pres-
paign, Johnson said in his pre- American people and tell them ident of the University of FlorBice] TTm-irl
I d pared text:' they never had it so good-or ida Foundation, announced the 1 r unaThe
don't rock the boat-or let's
"We bequest.
are not going to the
keep what we have-or stand funds were bequeathed F or Scholarship

pat-or keep cool. to the University of Florida
"That's not the kind of a par- Foundation by the late Frederick W. Brecht, of Melbourne.
ty you are. And that's not the Acquaintances said he was a thrifty man who started his
'Painful Path kind of a country this is." career as a carpenter, became a small contractor and built

Johnson went on to summa- his fortune through wise investments in securities.The .
r To Racial rize his election year pitch with total estate has been appraised by attorneys handlingthe
these words: will, "in excess of one million dollars," with a one-third
"We are going to tell the people dower to Mrs. Brecht and the remainder to the Universityof
Justice9 that the progress of the last Florida Foundation.
6 four years is only the beginning.It According to Foundation President Anderson, the will
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. ,(AP) is the first step toward the directs the University of Florida Foundation to establish the
(AP) President Johnson said greatness that is within our Frederick. and Grace P. Brecht Scholarship Fund and
Saturday night recent events in grasp. We are going to tell specifies that the Foundation turn over to this scholarshipfund
them three-fourths of the net income from the trust for
illuminate that this is not the end of a
Mississippi "again
how painful.can be the path to the road. It is only the begin- period of 21 years.
racial justice." He said, "May ning of the journey." The remaining one-fourth is to be added to the principaland
God grant us understanding." Referring to the senators and following the 21-year period all income is to be used for
Johnson, in a speech preparedfor to Secretary of Agriculture Or- the scholarship fund. -
the Fate a Democratic fund-raising ville Freeman, a former gover- A portion of the bequest is expected to be available for
; Of dinner, said Congress is aboutto nor, Johnson said, "your men use as scholarship funds by the fall of 1965.
pass "the strongest and best man the highest posts of this Terms of the will provide that preference for scholarshipsbe
civil rights bill in this century." national government." shown students of Brevard County who are of "good

But, he added, "No law can in- And he said that "this year moral character and habits and who practice the Christian
Old Post ? stantly destroy the differences you and I are going to keep faith." They may be used for undergraduate, graduate
Office shaped over centuries." America moving." professional study, shall not exceed $1,000 per year each and
Without naming Mississippi, In outlining his campaign appeal shall not be extended or continued to students who fail to
but obviously with that state in Johnson provided no sur- maintain passing grades.Dr. .
By JEAN CARVERSun swer that fits right in with Jean Mitchell, Dan Bra nch, mind, he said, "The events of prises. In fact, the appeal he Anderson said that the University of Florida Foundationhad
Staff Writer downtown redevelopment plans. Mrs. Grace Stevens, Mrs. Mau- the past few days again illumi- blueprinted was the one he has appointed L. C. Crofton, a past president of the Univer-
This week, a delegation from rice Ahrens, Mrs. Thomas nate how painful can be the been using for more than a sity of Florida Alumni Association and practicing Melbourne
But whatll they do with the the association will ask city and Herndon, Mrs. Earl Killgore and path to racial justice.? month in unofficial but intensive attorney, to represent the Foundation in settling the estate.
old Post Office? county officials to petition the Mrs. Glen Hass. Johnson said, however, that campaigning.
U. S. General Services Admin- enactment of a new civil rights
The question has been uttered So far, the committee's reportto
before. And it's being asked istration and Congressman D. R. government officials includes law would do much to eliminate

more and more as the October (Billy) Matthews to allow the 47 letters from local organiza- racial injustice. St. PoliceTo
completion date on the $2 million old post office building to be tions endorsing the proposal.The "For once a law is passed," Augustine
Federal renovated as a cultural center, he said, "no man can defy it
( building was built in 1910
and no leader can refuse to
including a small theater, gal- en-
;. is three stories high and has "
lery and art studios. force it.
4 space I
The Gainesville Fine Arts Association Members of the committee for. two-foot concrete walls faced The chief executive said, "If
thinks it has an an- the cultural center are Mrs. with granite. our laws are.flouted, our socie- Be InvestigatedST.
Thoroughly checked by ty.;.wffl, fail." ,
t-. +,, -+- '-1- .'Branch an ,architect, and con- ,JII"' )'. .
Y' r- ..... _...... tractor Ray Tassinari, the build- -,,1COrders, ,,-z ,* I.
ing and its steel'structure were AUGUSTINE (AP.An Warren said that the racial show that a white integrationist, ,
rated sturdy and well built. investigation has been ordered situation in St. Augustine was 21-year-old Peter Bancroft of ,

. Others Like Plan Branch has estimated that MOl.eFBI into the might possibility be that some with police "extremely tense- every build- of Amherst, Mass., was the victim I
conspiring police
t renovation of the three floors ing presents a crisis, and thereis
plus the full basement total- white segregationists to prevent great danger to little chil-
Simon that
alleged during a
I Of Fine Arts GroupEndorsements ing 16,128 square feet of space Men To state integration attorney in St.said Augustine Saturday., a dren. State troopers, police, the demonstration troopers trumpedup
will cost $78,000. national guard, nobody can a charge of aggravated as-
This includes $10,000 for paint- Testifying in a federal court guarantee the safety of the citi- sault against Bancroft in the
of the proposed Women's Club we heartily com- ing and plastering;,roofing, $1- MississippiPHILADELPHIA suit in Jacksonville trying to zens." stabbing of a state beverage
} cultural center in the old Post mend and endorse the action 500; new ceiling, $3,500; new knock down a ban by Gov. Far- Since the hearing opened Fri- agent who was assigned to St.
Office building include these ex- you are taking and we pledgeour floor, $2,000; electrical, $24,000; Miss. (AP) ris Bryant against night marches day, Tobias Simon of Miami, Augustine's beefed -up state police
} cerpts from letters to city and support to this very worth- demolition, $2,000; millwork, $5- -President Johnson ordered state attorney Dan Warrenof attorney for the NAACP and force.
county officials: while development in behalf of 000 and hearing and air condi- more FBI agents'into racially- Daytona Beach confirmedthat American Civil Liberties Union The agent, Jerry Harris of
"It has always seemed to me Gainesville and Alachua Coun- tioning, $30,000. disturbed Mississippi Saturdayas he had ordered the in- has attempted through a seriesof Tampa, testified that Bancroft
to be a great paradox to find ty." Jo Gravely, University "The people of this vicinityare the search broadened here quiry. witnesses to establish that drew an open knife from inside
that Gainesville, a center of Woman's Club corresponding starved for the cultural op- for three missing civil rights Attorneys for the integrationists police and state officers are his bathing trunks and stabbed
't learning with a great university secretary. v portunities" provided in other cit- workers. said that segregationistswere condoning violence. him while a state trooper clungto
essentially has no cultural "The necessity! of m a king? ites, the committee's letter to The White House announce- able to break police lines Saturday, Simon sought to Bancroft's left arm.
facilities otfChan those provided lemporary a arrangements each city and county officials argues. ment did not disclose the num- easily and launch attacks on
1 on the ca Hardly >::: 4une the casion'arises has un- "This was vividly expressedby ber of reinforcements. The civil rights demonstrators.They .
a week goes by thatlnl onably retarded Gaines- the Arts Festival sponsoredby President acted in a move to
estcd people of the city do not ville's progress in the the Gainesville Fine Arts As- deter racial violence in this also charged that a dual Pentagon EncouragedBy
... contact us for help. I predict many fields of the arts." -Rev. sociation the past two years." state. policy was being used on arrests -
} that should Gainesville obtain Thaxton Springfield, University Fund raising campaigns are Enlargement of the FBI force and bonds. Whites arrested -
this building for a cultural center Methodist Church. already being planned, Mrs. had been recommended by during racial violence have Vietnamese ReportsWASHINGTON
i\ it would be the most exten- "Your plan for convertingthe Mitchell says. former CIA Chief Allen Dulles, been charged only with disor-
sively used building in the com- old post office building intoa The Fine Arts Association already who spent two days this week derly conduct and bonds have -
munity." W. E. Rion; Flori- cultural center for Gainesvilleis has a small building fund in Mississippi sizing up the'racial been set at $25, the attorneyssaid. (AP) High way we've been wanting themto.
da Union director. in our estimation, one of the and is investigating sponsor programs situation for the President. Often a white man arrested U.S. officials pronounced them- ."
University of Florida President finest ideas we have heard for/ and fund raising proj- State and federal agents, at a beach wade-in will turn selves encouraged Saturday by But, like the civilian official,
I J. Wayne Reitz feels that using this fine old buildpgt*' ects.The searching since Monday for up later that night attacking a reports of new aggressivenessby the general tried to restrain pos-
the renovation would be a great Robert; Loehr, Motel Assn. group's delegation will ap- the missing trio, turned their civil rights march, the attorneyssaid. South Vietnamese troops in sible over-optimism. He said he
asset to Gainesville 'and would President. pear before the City Commis- attention Saturday to the mud battle against the Communist awaits further developments before
'complement greatly" the University "The .Gainesville Music sion Monday and the County dy Pearl River which flows Minimum bond for an integra- guerrillas."But making any judgments on
fine arts program. Teacher's Assn. has never hada Commission Tuesday. north of here. tionist is $100. they said. let's not go overboard," the long-range significance of
'Oi behalf of the nearly 800 suitable place for recitals, (Tomorrow: Who Owns Down- The highway patrol ordered said one senior Pentagon official the battlefield events of the past
\ members of the Univers i t Y See Endorsements, page 2 town) dragging operations started. Warren said he had been cautioning against prema- 10 days or so.
....,;.: checking 'on a report that the ture optimism. These sources preferred to remain -
-- -- -- St. Johns county sheriff's office "There have been only a few anonymous.
.... ;. : .. had been infiltrated by Ku such actions so far. Let's see Meanwhile, Gen. Maxwell D.
-'" .. *:1' "' '\. Klux Klan members and had whether the pattern continues" Taylor worked his staff over-
)' .' ( N learned nothing.Indian After a long and dismal periodof time preparing for 'his depar-
\ apparent deterioration and ture for Saigon to become U.S"
_. \ Leader defeat, reports in recent days ambassador and in effect, vice
'fl'r y have told of South Viet Nam's roy in charge of the whole U.S.
: ': soldiers slashing at the Com- civilian and military effort in
,\ ..,. Has Heart AttackNEW munists and inflicting heavy Viet Nam.It .
.r r casualties.A is understood that Taylor
1 :-. DELHI, India (AP- top general pounded one hopes to leave for Saigon about
: : T: ILJWI ,- A month after Prime Minister' fist into an open palm in a ges- next weekend, although the tar.
; .
2"k : a3 Nehru's death, illness that an ture of elation, and said get date has changed a coupleof
:-:...:. aide called a mild heart attack "they're starting to fight the times.OneAccidentLeads.
has felled his successor in In-
\ ..,
3 : dia's Lai Bahadur
..,. leadership,
.\ :'. f "f SbastrL to Other;
"' The 59-year-old prime minis-
:. :r: '1 I
..... J.of ter was bedfast Saturday and 2 Youths
: .. the nation faced the possibilityof Neivberry InjuredOne
.... another leadership crisis.
accident led to another the accident scene and was
yesterday afternoon in the rammed from behind by William
....-..-. rain just west of Newberry on D. Kinzer 17 of New-

:._If. It. ; SR 26. berry.
.!t..t WHERETO Wood Kinzer
reported was
.... .
accident occurred
A first
... apparently watching the first
li. FIND IT when George Edward Stod- accident when the collision oc
r dard Jr. 22, of West Salem
:; -....... ....... .. curred.
.... N. C., lost control of his truckon
.-.' Area . . 1 C .Kinzer and a passenger In
,.. the wet road and be-
.......">1 .. i y Vti'1, Classified . 4C-9C flipped his car, Joseph E. Sapp, 17
'"---.."Jt..,... Comics . :. 2C fore stopping some 319 feet also of Newberry, were re-
: ., where he left the road.
: .' Markets . . 06 from ported I D good condition at
Movies . . 3C Uninjured, Stoddard w as J. Hinis Miller Health Centerat
Obituaries. . 2A charged with ,reckless drivingby the University of Florida
How It Can Be Done Opinion Page . 4A Deputy Sheriff Fred last nightAn

.-":i Religion . ... 7B Wood. The track received an estimated $1,000 damage
Initial renovation of the Post Office can be done for $78,000. 'according to preliminary studies by architect. Dan .. Sports . . 01-05 estimated -$ OO damage. occurred to the Parrish auto
Branch. This includes.basement studios and work Women's . 1B-6B and to Kinzer's, Wood
-' ; : areas, fil'8t.f1oor.caUeries, an auditorium on the second floor now Ruby Osteen Parrish, 41, of $800 re-
used for federal court and fourth-floor galleries and studios. Trenton, slowed as she passed ported. No charges were filed.

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2A Goinesville Sun Sunday June 28, 1964 I

II I More AlioutEndorsements l r NAACP Votes Down Goldwater

Scranton Confers Weather RoundupZONES I WASHINGTON (AP) The Saturday to repudiate cn..Rar.

National Association for the Advancement ry Goldwater's policies and

of Colored People deny him its presidential nomi- \

called on the Republican party nation.

With RockefellerHARRISBURG A I. FromPage- 1 .
; \ .
.... .: B' meetings, workshops, their ville and give the teachers al ., .
I .. \ permanent music collection or ready here tremendous
Pa. (AP) "We with .. .' ? a sense SOUTH SIDE OF THE SQUARE
came some plans
--- \ "
the presentation of artists. The of pride in the city. Mrs.
Pennsylvania Gov. William W. for Kim (Lodge) subject to his k I""!. b..".sI,N establishment of a cultural cen- Faye Lewis Miles, Gainesville
Scranton held a two-hour strate return," said Scranton. "He will ZONES ;
,"--- ter here would encourage fine Music Teachers Assn. corre-
gy meeting with Gov. Nelson A. make a number of speeches for 1 NOWTHR.OUGH
Rockefeller of New York and us and do other importantwork. BCD E F H I-Partly i euwL.roeM \ young artists to stay in Gaines- sponding secretary."We ON SALE
like the Fine Arts Assn.
other Republican leaders Satur- ." Scranton did not elabo-' cloudy through Sunday. Scat \ JULY
tered mostly afternoon and \-IUCII badly need a place in which to
day in No Evidence
a pooling of efforts to. It. ..
gain the GOP presidential nomination rate.The Pennsylvania governor early evening showers. High 1= \ hold our meetings as we have ,
for Scranton. Sunday 88 to 92. Variable E \ outgrown our private living
said he will confer with Lodgeas Of HurricaneMIAMI "
Scranton said that specific soon as possible after the for- mostly southeast winds 5 to \.-, --."-.-... rooms. Mary Gresham,
15 miles hour.A 'W Gainesville Chapter D. A. R.
have per I \ regent
plans been
out mer ambassador returns to the .
(AP) An easterlywave i
I ,., ,.
Henry Cabot Lodge, who United States from He
quit Saigon. Partly cloudy and mild through I
his ambassador Sunday with scattered mostly daytime \ a filled with squalls and "In Gainesville, the lack of
post as to South said Lodge will not be his 6
campaign -
thundershowers. High Sunday ti to H 6. I.. winds gusting to 50 miles an
up communication between
Viet art-
Nam to return home and manager. 92. ". our
-,-, hour hit the Windward Islands ists and the public is one of the
support Scranton's
campaign. Scranton also disclosed he G J Considerable sunshine with
chance of showers. Low In 70s high WlIIaIGAINESVILLE Saturday and swept into the most undeveloped aspects of .H..7
Maxwell Rabb, Lodge's national -would before the '. ,
I appear Republican Sunday in upper 80s. Southeasterlywinds Caribbean Sea at a speed of 18 ; .,,: !
campaign director, and Platform Committee in > to 15 miles per hour.K our community life. This is quite :
Paul Grindle also of the Lodge San Francisco miles an hour.Hurricane unfortunate in view of the fact :
on July 9 to Partly cloudy and a few scat-

camp, were among those at the make a pitch for a strong civil tered showers winds t through to 15 miles Sunday.per Southeasterly hour- hunter planes criss- there are residing here some ofFlorida's : :

meeting at Scranton's executive rights plank. Rockefeller is locally higher near showers.TEMPEATURES WEATHER crossed the disturbance but most prominent art- n y h

mansion at Indiantown Gap, 20 scheduled to appear before the ELSEWHERE -Municipal Airport read found no evidence of a closed ists. Nevertheless Gainesvillehas .

miles east of here. committee July 7. High Lew Prtclp. ings Saturday: High 88 about circulation that would indicate practically no facilities for / c.r

Miami Jacksonville 84 fI 79 73 .17 4 p.m., low 69 about 6 a.m. development of the year's first I Itropicalsronn. exhibiting paintings. The best!
Tampa 90 7< public exhibition space is the
4'Barry's Atlanta Rain: 0.17 at the airport. I
New Orleans 85 61 ALMANAC Recreation Center, where paint-I

Boston 84 8i 47 71 .15 Sunset today ................ 7:34 p.m. An advisory from the ings can be left on the wall only '
New York Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:32 a m. Sanl
Biggest Worry: Washington 94 94 70 47 .03 Moonrise tonight ............ 10:30 p.m. Juan Weather Bureau at l during one night meeting of
Chicago 9S 68 VISIBLE PLANETS (EST) placed the center of I the local association."
Kansas Saturn in southeast ...... 2:08 a.m. pjn. P. B.
City 17
Denver Jupiter rises ............... 2:44 the disturbance 170 miles westof McIntosh UF
95 57 a.m. art professor.
Not Late to Ft. Worth 93 43 Mars rises .................. 3:55 a.m. .
Beillg Wedding Los Angeles 80 59 (the cluster of dim stars now about the Windwards and 1,280. "The Alachua County Medical
Seattle halfway between Jupiter and Mars U
41 47 .eg miles sutheast of Miami.
the Pleiades) Society heartily endorses the
By FRANCES LEWINE cathedral, and the Right Rev. MARINE FORECAST CEDAR KEY TIDES need of a center for cultural '
Sunday High at 4:24 a.m. and 2:54 weather extended 250 toe ac- r
I Squally
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) Sen. Joseph M. Harte Episcopal EAST GULF: Variable winds "
5 to p.m. Low at 9:15 a.m. and 10:15: pm.Monday tivity in the City of Gainesville.
Barry Goldwater's 15 knots and partly cloudy with scat High at 5:02 a.m. and 7:> 300 miles behind the wave and i
biggest wor- bishop of Arizona. tered thundershowers through Sunday. p.m. Low at 10 I.m. and 10:58 p.m. gusty winds 'raked the islandsfor -Carl E. Van Arnam, M.D., '
ry Saturday was that he mightbe secretary. 1
several hours after its
late for the wedding of his THE FRECKLE DID IT? sage. pas- "The Administrative Board of t wt

youngest daughter, MargaretAnn the Gainesville Little Theater,

20, t() Richard Arlen Holt, Interests in the eastern Carib- with '200 members during the

an oil company junior executive 'Miss (Hollywood) Florida'; bean were warned to keep in 1963-64 season, voted unanimously f 1: :s ; : .

from Beverly Hills, Calif. touch with later bulletins on the l to approve the project of the .,
; \ v"M'
So, the presidential hopeful disturbance. Gainesville Fine Arts Assn. of t. f ,
I Ir
4 scheduled his arrival at the Clay Countian A Winner obtaining the old Federal Build- I

downtown Trinity Episcopal Ca- Peace Marchers ing as a fine arts center." -

thedral an hour and a half be- James R. Milam, president."As : 399

fore the ceremony. And, he gave SARASOTA (AP-Miss Hol, fluently," she said, "but I've lost Orange Memorial Hospital in Blocking U..1 the incoming president of 2

himself plenty of time to drive lywood, Priscilla Schnarr, a tall some of it. When we lived in Del Orlando to compete in the Are Arrested the Gainesville Fine Arts Assn.I for/

the 10 miles from his desert hazel-eyed blonde with a freckle Rio, Texas, we had Mexican pageant. Miss Clarke is taking would like to express my

hills home besides.Th squarely in the middle of her. maids. I became the neighbor- nurses training at Florida State 'KEY WEST (AP-Five men feelings regarding the great r

police were worried about lower lip, was named MissFlorida : hood interpreter and learned to University because "it's just and one woman were arrested need in Gainesville for a cul or2l9each '

the society traffic jam for the tonight.It speak Spanish very well." something I love." today when they lay down on U. tural center. We need a building :

Goldwater wedding, too, and as- wasn't her first title. She Her ambition is to be an inter- Miss Tampa came to the pag S. Highway 1 at the entrance to i with a gallery where paintings

signed a special 10-man motor- was Miss Okinawa of 1962. When preter at the United Nations. eant after winning the first con- ,Key West during a demonstration i can be hung and left for /1

cycle squad with standby police the choice of Miss Hollywood to For her talent presentation, test she had ever entered. The 18 by peace marchers. i several weeks to be enjoyed by EMBROIDERED

details. represent Florida in the Miss she combined singing and dancing year-old Miss Couture has been They were quickly placed on the whole city of Gainesvilleand FRAME DELINEATIONtL. FOR !

The Goldwaters had incited America contest was announced in a lively version of "What- dancing for nine years and is a stretchers and taken to jail in a Alachua County. We also
she simply stood there and ever Lola Wants." member of the MetropolitanDance need rooms for art classes for. :'
some 800 guests to the cathedral] police van at the orders of Polic both
stared. She is the of former Company in Tampa. She adults and children. 1----
which at best could jam in some daughter a Chief Armando Perez. .
Then she told the audience, Rockette at Radio City Music is a sophomore at the Univer- Police and state troopers were "The lack of such facilities
of South Florida in .has handicapped the :::s. )
600.The "I'm sity majoring
family had everything in so happy. Hall in New York. on the scene in an attempt to city's : %%
Miss Winter Park Ruth Anne physical education. growth. Newcomers are surprised
mother married she
I the that % ,
hand for the 11-minute "love, keep open busy highway to INSERT mm ,
Smith of Boca Raton, a dark said Miss find that a city of this '
taught dancing -
bonor and cherish" Episcopal Gator Band was crowded with town people size LONER CUPS! s t "
beauty with an ambition for a Schnarr. "Instead of getting a and weekend visitors attractedby no center. I t .
that would the
ceremony join career in musical comedy and baby sitter for me, she put men the demonstrat. "I do fervently hope, as do

handsome young couple in matrimony the voice to get it for her, was the class. I have been danc- Plays Foster Bradford leader of the the 300 members of the associ .
at an 8:30: candle- Lyttle, ation I
p.m. that the
named first runner-up. ing as long as I can remember. that started its march building knownas t SPOKE STITCNED
light service.So Miss Manatee County, Patricia Miss Winter Park is a studentat At MemorialWHITE originally group from Quebec with the the old post office building 1 Ait EIASTiC* CUPS FOR t
they had a quiet day at can be taken BAND FOR
Rucker over and with
of Bradenton
who Rollins College who has studied a
the i
announced goal of reaching FREEDOM! .
home, mostly occupied with calls the life SPRINGS'- The mu- few changes, made to meet this
piano "my was the piano for 14 years and base in
U.S. Guantanamo
continuing the opening of the named second runner-up. voice for six years. "I'm a sic of Stephen Foster will be Navy "the great need in our community.." -
Cuba left the remainder of ---
hundreds of presents that Peg The third runner-up was Miss music major, is what I am," featured in a concert by the Un- demonstrators, the highway :- Winnefred M. Killgore, pres- "
gy and Rick still were getting in Tallahassee iversity of Florida Gator Sum ident.
Sheila Clarke of said Miss Smith. For her talent
and went to the city jail to arrange '
constantflowu ,.. mer Band at the Stephen Fos 1
Winter Park who back
came to presentation, she unveiled the bonds for those
bail ar-
The gifts ranged"from a giant the pageant this year after be- voice that she hopes will take ter Memorial here today at 3 rested. I

Mexican piggy bank to a laven- ing named first runner-up last tier .to the Broadway stage.bttuartes. p.m.The I SHOP SHOP

dar Venetian glass elephant year while representing her Miss.Manatee County is a stu- program will open witha I FIRST, DIAMONDS

with ivory tusks. home town. dent at Manatee Junior Colege, march version of "Way Down !. The diamond was probably vx'ro's' i SHOP I
Peggy's bridal gown of white The fourth runner-up was Miss'ampa studying liberal arts. She played Upon the Swannee River, ar first found in India not earlier 1 ;. f

silk organza had a bell-shaped Carla Couture, a bru- "Malaguena" at the piano for ranged by Reid Poole, chairmanof : than 800 B. C.Gainesville.

skirt and a 10-foot cathedral nette who kept a lady bug stickpin her talent offering. "The Pianois the Department of Music of IN GAINESVILLE

train. Her veil trailed to the concealed in her costume for the University. It will also include Sun
my life, she said. "I don't j : .F Drop off your dry cleaning on
bottom of the long gown. good[ luck. practice as much as I would like a new arrangement of the

The six bridesmaids, all Miss Clay County, Mary Eliz- because there are not enough relatively little known fifing Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except mornings .a x b your way to work at any

friends from Phoenix and Los abeth Crator of Orange Park, hours in the day." tune, "Santa Ana's" Retreat by the Gainesville Publishing of plants and pick it
our up
From Buena Vista and med-
Angeles, wore similar long who said she "loves to ham it Miss Tallahssee left her sum- a Company ct 101 SE
ley of melodies under the title 2nd Place Gainesville, Florida
I white gowns with yellow velvet up, was named Miss Con- mertime job as a ward clerk at "A Foster Fantasy." and entered as second class on your wad home.
j geniality by 31 fellow contest-
ribbons accenting the Empire matter at the Post Office at
Featured soloist will be Peter
ants. Swedish Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION .
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escort his daughter to the altaror "
( the 11-minute ceremony per Miss Florida is a 17-year-old The Swedes said farewell to Velvety MAGIC Sky. PHONE All mail subscriptions must 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., June 29, Tbes. June 30, Wed., July 1
blonde whose pretty figure Soviet Premier Khrushchev Sat- be paid in advance.
formed by the Very Rev. With electronic tel ephone Member of Audit Bureau of
5-foot-7 and
measures up down urday with a trace of bitter-
George R. Selway, dean of the central offices subscriber Circulation.All .
a will
and 34-22Vi-35 from side to side. ness. The Liberal Expressen, I IScandinavia's
be able to push code numbers material contained herein Is TROUSERS
She is .the daughter of Maj. largest newspaper that tell his the property of the Gainesville
Moore Wins and Mrs. A. W. Schnarr. Her called his five-day state' telephone wherehe I Publishing Company. (c) 1964. ,
will be for an evening or Reproduction In whole or In part
father retired last year from the visit a fiasco. I is strictly forbidden without the

North Carolina Air Force. It was while her father "You gave us empty words," weekend transfer,the and calls.Pre41h the. phone will written permission of the publisher. SKIRTS

was stationed on the Pacific the Expressen said. "All your ,

Nomination Island of Okinawa that she received thundering joviality still is a .

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Dan the Miss Okinawa title. pain in our ears." July
Khrushchev is heading now to SHORTS
K. Moore won the Democraticnomination
She plans to enroll in Brow- Norway aboard the Soviet liner

for North Carolina ard Junior College this fall to Bashkiria for the windup of his
governor in Saturday's runoff major in languages. She al 18-day Scandinavian
tour. He is
defeating L. Richardson 3 for 1.10BLANKETS
ready speaks Japanese and due in Oslo Monday. His wife
who had led in the
Spanish as a result of her family's Nina, three daughters and two
first primary. service transfers. sons-in-law remained
in his Party

With returns tabulated from "I used to speak Y
Japanese of 40.grandchildren.
1,991 of the state's 2,164 pre I ,f S

cincts, Moore, 58. a former Superior -

rotes to Court 269,302 judge for had Preyer 436,030, 44,
a former federal district judge. (double or ,slngl)
The runoff was necessary because

neither candidate gaineda I 33 / % REDUCTIONS

majority of the votes in the MRS. LUVTNA T. THOMAS and 13 great ..
Funeral services 69 :
first primary. will be heldat grandchildren. .
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Both candidates accused the 2:30 pjn. today for Mrs. Lu- Pallbearers will be: R. G. On Summer DRESSES r-f" "

other of resorting to the race vina Townsend Thomas 74, Thomas, David :Moratto, Ray; .
Issue as a campaign weapon. who died Friday. Cleaned Moth Proofed
Clyde Townsend, A.i Dry ;
Moore said Preyer sought and Mrs. Thomas who lived at M. Kelly Jr. and Lloyd Thom from regular stock

received the Negro-bloc vote in 1372 NW 45th Ave., was a mem- as. --
the first primary. Later Moore ber of the Mount Nebo Baptist Jones ohnson Funeral I Packaged in Plastic 'Bags
charged that Preyer forces were Church. in charge. SPRING
putting out handbills accusing Mrs. Thomas was born July DRESSES & SUITS SUMMERBAGS

Moore of trying to land theNegrobloc 14, 1889 in Bell, and lived for MRS. PENDARVIS Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt' with

vote. 40 years in Gainesville. She was' LAWTEY-Funeral services I I you. DONT FORGET We PRE-S POT MOTHPROOF ertry garment thatwe
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Mrs., Bert Rosenberg of Cedar Macclenny.. She had lived the'!! <, Center with Drive.ln Service.

Mrs. Rumbaugh won the Rapids, Iowa; and Mrs. Henry past 40 years in Lawtey and''' PLANT NO. 1 3-bour shirt laundering! and ewe : PLANT 'NO. 3' \

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mined after the first meetings.1
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With The meetings will consist of take CHARGE IT TO PROFIT, LOSSSAN ;
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versals. Classes will meee, each BERNARDINO, Calif. in Princeton, N. J. OPEN TODAY
Monday and Thursday at 3 p JDL (AP)>- Richard Loss received Loss checked with Loss Jr.
Boys should bring shorts, T-' a telegram from Seattle, and found he hadn't been to
'tl1' shirt and tennis shoes.
Boys I 'Wash., asking for $100. It was Seattle.

Trampoline Tramp o 1 i n e signed by his son, Richard Loss lost no time in con-
classes are now being held
Loss Jr. Loss wired the mon- tacting authorities. It was a
1II 1//Monday Thursday at 3 p.m.
= Boys must wear shorts and ey. Then he realized some- phony wire, they said. The
Games Room Tournaments Prizes will be awarded to win- white socks. thing was wrong. His son lives $100 A total loss to Loss.
are held each week in the ners.
in all activities. In I Boy Scouts At the recent I
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Library A complete library barbecue given the Boys' Club I'I'I
more popular activities, suchas club has been 1 tJ
program planned troop 80 Lee Roby'was named I YOU AND FEAR J
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Senior Patrol Leader and Billy 1I
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Chestnut continues to dominatethe Music Underwood was named assist- QUAUiro
History Wednesday -
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closely by George Selin and ; Friday Adelphos. All .,.. .' 'thoritative approved by book churches presents this the true aur DjCOUKT
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Charles,Hill have. been consist- at 11 a.m. and the program birth control. Never before has
ent winners. A variety of con- is open to all Boys' Club this method been presented in
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Beans," "Guess a Car," "Name c aaPw covering all details of the subject.
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.c (iahttsuilltiunIVO Who's On The White-1fQ.r, ?

By CHARLES BAILEY H coIn, Ward Hill Lamon, got Wilson won the presidencyover of American voters, can re- hower forces .dlal ged that

Cowles Washington Bureau busy e the galleries. He decided the hopelessly div ide d calf the last big Republican Taft men with'"stealing" the
JOHN Publisher R. PAT HARRISON COWLS President, Vie ProW and Republicans like to cast on the first day of the Republicans. convention fuss-the 1952 fight big Texas delegation. The

".'" Florida's tfentj Ed JOHNSON, Vic President their politics in terms of good convention that the 10,000 later between Taft and Dwight D, battle over seatungg the delegation -
Beautiful Md Executive Edlteo W. O. (tni) guys and bad guys. Whether it spectators in the Wigwamwere Eight :years Republicans Eiswnhower. Taft, trying for was 'carried"- the

'. .. University City' r E1ERSOLE Vke President and AdvertUlne be "stalwarts" against "half- too pro-Seward, stayed could agree on principle the fourth time to win the convention floor, ,and when

Director TARTACUONE, breeds", "p r o g res sives" up all night forging official -their new rallying point, nomination, had the most del- the Eisenhower forces-won it,
Vic President and Circulate Maaastr. in the wake of World War I,
against "the old guard", eras signatures to fake gallery egates when the convention they won the whole war. Ike
.. THE SUN'S POLICY in 1941 "conserva tickets, and hired squads of was isolationism-but the y opened. But Eisenhower like was nominated on .the first
had trouble
tives" against "moderates", boys to give them to people picking a candi- Willkie before him, came into ballot.
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the ,news columns. the GOP has managed to turn who said they favored Lincola. date. The result was another the convention with the momentum From Lincoln and Sewardto
2. the the Sun In-but only in--editorials. dark horse candidate WarrenG.
w. Express opinions of ,
The result
its national nominating con- was a packed of a late-starting but Taft and Eisenhower, the
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. Harding, and a celebrated
ventions into emotional bat- gallery that helped to dramatic boom. Republicans have: stagedsome
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 tles time and time again.In stampede the convention for addition to the American political wonderful:.fataHy feuds,
vocab u 1 a r : "The
'::. Want Ads-376-4672 such an atmosphere, any- Lincoln, who won on the third smoke-filled room".y THE DECISIVE FIGHT in and there is littlechance
I thing can happen-and it often ballot after trailing Seward on 1952 like the one that settl- that the convention two weeks

has. Republicans have walked the first and second. The phrase was used by ed the fight in 1912 between away will be exactly-- a pink

out of conventions. They Twenty years later, the party Harry Daugherty, Harding's Teddy' Roosevelt and Taft's tea party. There:is'"aa excel-

have chosen the darkest kind locked again in bitter com- manager, in forecasting how father, came before the balloting lent chance however., that it
i. The Balancing Accent of dark horses after bitter bat-and this time neither of Harding would be picked: began. In a combined will be a first-rate spectacle.

deadlocks stalled early front- the two pre-convention lead- "In some smoke-filled room, power play and psychological It's an .old family habit, aft.
runners. Candidates have ers won. The antagonists as about two o'clock in the morn- warfare stroke, the Eisen- er all. -
I It cannot be repeated too often gically) and intellectually as well as roared into convention hallsto the convention began in 1880, ing," after early balloting re

I that our headlong plunge into the professionally.One knock opposition bandwagons again in Chicago, were Ulysses salted in a deadlock between ON THE RIGHT *

with it out of the running. S. Grant, out of the White Frank Lowden of Illinois and -
age of technology carries do find
i thing we not as yet,
THE AMERICAN politi- House for four years, and Gen. Leonard Wood of New
I .=. certain grave dangers. We refer to at the University of Florida is the cal convention has no parallel James G. Elaine, the Sena- York. Daugherty was righton DestructiveHigh

=- a growing imbalance of values-par- "balancing accent" on the arts. It's anywhere in the world. It acknowledges tor from Maine. the time, the place and

., true that courses are offered in only one basic the man.
= in education which is not
ticularly law GRANT WAS BACKED
: He who takes the lead by
music, in painting, in drama. There'seven It two decades after
: ::..: only a reflection of prevailing attitudes and then slips is finished. the "stalwarts"; Blaine was was
class in modern 1920 before the CourtBy
r a dancing.There's Republicans
: but molder of attitudes that Beyond'that, no vote is cer- the champion of the "half-
managed another
\ also something called a "col tain, no tactic is too rough, breeds". Through 33 ballots, stage
will dominate the new generation. lege of architecture and fine arts" and no event is predictable- the totals stayed as they had donnybrook, but when they
got around to it in 1940, it wasa WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR.
.r. and a "college of arts and science" unless it is the hallowed cry been at the start: Grant berutWHEN
There is much talk about and of the had about Blaine
= apparentlY convention chairman introducing 300 votes,
a great deal of pride in, the that awards a B.A. degree. But the party's nominee about 275, and Senator John It is too bad that just be- self. Except insofar as it

, : universities include they are the neglected stepchildrenof as "The next President of Sherman of Ohio, the only THE GOP convened cause Mr. Robert Welch forms a pattern with all those
of to
expansion a University that is looking else- the United States". other candidate, had about that year in Philadelphia, two decided a few years ago that other decisions Mr. Warren
-:: full-scale training in practically where for its glamor. Nor is there any overall 1000. I men-Sen. Robert A. Taft of the time had come to im- had identified himself with

every profession and "skilled" oc pattern of winning and Suddenly, on the 34th ballot Ohio and Thomas E. Dew- peach Earl Warren, effective which have the effect, so far

.=- cupation. The focus is definitely on The arts (liberal and fine) are the losing. Sometimes the Wisconsin threw its 16 ey, New York's racket-bust- criticism of Mr. Warren pre- as one can gather, of inform

== specialism. last to be served at the biennial power and influence of the votes to James A. Garfield, an ing district attorney-were the sumably for fear of association ing the State Department and .
leading candidates. A third with the John Birch Society ,
party fat cats has been the Justice Department' and
budget table. The crumb-like appro- Ohio congressman who had
candidate was Sen. Arthur should have almost the Congress that there
enough to dictate the winner Sherman's in simply
placed name
This in itself would not be a ser priations that are handed out are ; sometimes the back- nomination. Garfield tried to Vandenberg of Michigan. But dried up.With is no way in which the Court

fous indictment if the obsession with sufficient to sustain life at a sub- country boys have outslick- take his name out of the run- roaring into Philadelphia on a few honorable ex- will permit us to deal with the

.= specialism did not obscure the standard level, but they are'not suf- ered the moneyed titans of ning, but he was turned down the pre-convention wings of a "blitz"three month ceptions, about the only people kind of threat Communism represents -

I ficient to nourish growth instill the East. the officer.On came an unconventionalthreat
broader values of education. But the by presiding Wendell L. Willkie, a con- making serious criticismsof
tendency is to push the student as pride, or guarantee quality. Theyare Take 1860, for example. the next ballot, Indiana verted Democrat and a utility the ideological fanaticismof of a kind unknown, and
This was the second GOP switched to Garfield the unknowable to, the founders of
; Earl Warren and his quin-
in his "careeer in the main, token gestures of magnate:
as the
soon convention and the first one 36th ballot, almost all of the tet are, significantly enough, Republic or thedrafters
cubicle" and shut him off from all toleration.The in which the young party was other anti-Grant votes swungto Willkie's managers left lit- members themselves of the of the Bill of Rights.

p the liberalizing knowledge, and cultural Philadelphia Symphony Con- really playing in the big Garfield and ,he got the tle to chance in their effort to supreme Court: Justices

: insights that distinguish an leagues. When the delegates nomination thus becom- wheedle or grab John Marshall Harlan, Potter IF THE CONSTITUTION is
cert held here this in the
educated from "trained" year gym- convened in Chicago, the con- ing probably the only man votes, away from Taft, Dewey Stewart, Tom Clark. in fact as flexible as it'is proclaimed
person nasium, highlights] the plight of the vention hall, dubbed "The ever to be sent to the White and Vandenberg. Dele to be on ,those infrequent

i f' technician or expert. If the tendency campus with respect to suitable faci Wigwam", was still so new House under protest. gates began to get telephonecalls AS THE DISTINGUISHED occasions .when the lib-

continues we shall shortly have .a lities and accommodations. If we that it smelled of green lum' The conservatives and the and .telegrams from Sociologist Pre 'ssor Will Her- erals rejoice in it, then ough

.: society of "diplomated" job-holders should start enumerating conspicuous ber.Senator liberals staged one of the big back home. Local business berg has observed, this trulyis n't it to be flexible enough to
: : who have sacrificed their intellectual William H. Sewardof gest GOP rhubarbs of a 11 leaders and bankers put the permit the government to take
a revolutionary court: It
needs the list.would fill this col
New York the choiceof effective action against'policysubversion
was time in 1912. The antagonistswere pressure 'on for Willkie.
: birthright for the economic pot seeks to overturn the estab-
umn. To mention a few, there is the the Eastern leaders for the William Howard Taft, and' loyalty risks? ,
of material profit.It One Willkie official, Sam lished bases of our society. It 1
: tage crying and imperative need for a new nomination. His c a mpaign the incumbent President, and
Pryor, did what Lincoln'spal took centuries to develop the And then also last week the
was managed by Thurlow Theodore Roosevelt who like
home for the music department that ,
idea of federalism but that
Weed "the first of the bosses" Ward Lamon' had done ; court, moving into the area of
is true that we have passed Grant 40 years earlier had
: will be neither hovel fire-
a nor a 80 years earlier. He got his idea is substantially overturned what we are now trained to
and he looked like a winnerat chafed through four of
: through a period when the nation trap, the need for a suitable auditor- the start. private life after eight years hands on a big stack of gal by the Court in the decisionto call civil rights, has in effect \

needed trained specialists, men and ium-theatre, the need for an art the White House. yearsin lery tickets -opponents mut- deprive the elements of our proclaimed it to be everyone's i

: women with technical know-how, gallery, the need for up-to-date classrooms BUT THE SEWARD man- tered darkly about "forg- republic, the several states, of civil right to enter everyone
them in numbers.The ery"-and 'used them to fill political rights they have ex- else's property, if the purpose(
and needed great with modern equipment, the agers reckoned without Abraham THIS TIME there was no
the spectator seats with college ercised since the 17th centurythe is to berate real or alleged
Lincoln's backers
swing toward science and technology need for more faculty support, and lengthy balloting./The ball boys whose"We. '. .want right to decide for them discrimination. :
who used every device in the game was won in a.preliminary -
was jnevitable." But the situation _(most of ,all) .the need for adminis- book Wilkie chant is still selves how to effect a felicitous -
I to pick support for maneuver when the Taft I
up "in effect" because
, *
i the educational remembered diffusion of political
longer justifies trative recognition and by those who power
encouragement offered forces
man. They secretly prevented the'seating
formally speaking' the Court
heard it in the convention searching always for the !
distortion that the rising demand
: at the top level. a cabinet post to Si- of 11 state delegations com- dodged the constitufional
delicate between ques-
l hall majority
s : for specialization has caused.It mon Cameron, leader of the mitted to Teddy by primary or on' the nation's ra- tion whether the protection )
dio networks. On the fourth and minority rights, so
the balancenot One negative argument that is Pennsylvania delegation. The election returns. Taft won the
is time to restore ballot, Will k f e took the as to be able to function har- against "trespassing" is any
: by removing the accent on sometimes heard in state budget pure white color of the beaver nomination on the first ballot, lead. An attempt by the moniously.The longer invokable by mere bus-

: science and technical training but meetings is that facilities should not hats worn by the Pennsylvanians but it wasn't worth m u c h: Taft-Dewey forces to recess inessmen. Instead, the Court
be was not symbolic of Roosevelt and his progressives Warren Court has now found technical reasons for
in the various
: by matching it with a bold accent on duplicated their political purity, and stormed out of the hall the convention failed; Will struck down the government'sright voiding anti trespassing con-

.. : the arts and humanities. institutions. Let one or two univer- Cameron delivered the delega- to set up their own "B u 11 kie won on the sixth. ballot. to regulate travel abroad victions in three states. The

sities "specialize" in the fine arts tion.Then Moose" Party. The upshotwas Many of this year's Republican by American loyalty risks a practical effect is to encour-

After all, what is to be gained and the others be content with some an Illinois pal of Lin that Democrat Woodrow delegates, and millions decision understandable in it- age anyone at all to believe

from the miracles of the "scientific incidental or token instruction. This that he may with impunity en-

age" if the people who push the but. argument would make more_ sense ter somebody's premises and,
if THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST for as long as he desires, lie
applied to technical and
tons and pull the levers, who keep pro down on the hall carpet.
! the wheels turning and the engines fessional programs of the universities.

running, have no map to go by, no Inthese areas the job can be TIlE LIST goes on and on

I sureness of direction, no sense of "divided up" without draining quality Label Political Poisons ? We may not pray In the pub-

,. prestige, or vigor from any in- lic schools. .We cannot con-
moral and responsibility?
purpose vict whose
:: stitution. But to starve out the fine a man confessionwas
given without a lawyer at
The case for the arts, both the and liberal arts in any university is New ffcrk l Intra in the campaign has to go to Denison Kitchel, Goldwater's his side We cannot define

liberal arts (as ordinarily defined) to make the entire institution By JAMES RESTON manager. Asked on "Meet the Press" whether he thought obscenity, and therefore
anemic. Barry, who voted against the civil rights bill, would benefitas "Fanny Hill" is not obscene
i : and the fine arts, rests upon the premise WASHINGTON There fa something gloriously funny and a presidential nominee from the votes of "unhappy sub- a lower court ,

i that life needs to be lived intelligently Without the balancing accent of even childlike about American politics. It is the last of our urbanites and white voters who feel that the Negro revolu- lead says from various, taking,decisionsof its

: : competently, fully and the humanities to give perspective, adult activities where reasonably intelligent people think it tion may have gone too far," he replied that this would not the highest court Al-
pays to talk obvious nonsense. be a major asset to Goldwater and that he hoped it would
: all facets of .
creatively on experience.It purpose, and direction in educationa be. though, theoretically, court'sauthority
needs to be lived with purpose, ap- university is no longer a universitynot Everything else changes but the political ritual remainsthe not is primarily nega-
't same. Innocent pretense prevails, and sometimes it is tive, i.e., it can ten a government .
and Here "I that this election will be
preciation, enjoyment. a community of scholars and hope coming not settled on
not innocent. official what
' fundamental task so the basis of any racial problems," Kitchel said. "This will it may not
lies the of education students devoted to learning and intellectual do, but not what it must do,
i : to illuminate the human heri- self-development, but a Consider first a trivial example by President Johnson, not be an issue and "certainly we are not counting on it the Court has actually order-
who has more opinions on subjects and more justification as a means for victory.
tage and assess its values, to discover training. base for an army of tech- ed the elected officials of
for having them than anybody since Machiavelli.
and the By all the normal rules of if not of Prince Edward County, Virginia
develop potentials for nicians that serve a technocratic At this press conference last week he proclaimed, with electricity, politics,
\ individual self-fulfillment psycholo- society. this should have blown out every fuse in the National Broad- to levy taxes, ,specifying -
"I don't have
elaborately deceptive sincerity: any opinion on
casting Company and darkened the whole network. Goldwater the amount, and use themto
whom I be
running against. Do ?
r may you and Kitchel would no doubt like to win on other grounds, operate schools of a kind

but this white backlash is clearly the main point of Goldwater's prescribed by the Court .
OR TAKE SENATOR Ken Keating of New York. He has
1 been more worried about having to run against Bobby Ken- "Southern Strategy" and the main hope of taking ,It is not merely the Court's
than about since in Cuba but enough independent and Democratic votes in the North to to become "third
Voice of nedy anything those missiles tendency *"
the People when he was asked what he thought about Bobby droppingout carry the normally minority Republican Party to victory. legislative chamber Jus-

f of the race he replied: tice Learned Hand said of it
YET THAT'S THE the is played and the
way game problem -
at his ramous I lecturp.-at Har
I "Frankly, I've been so busy with ,my work that I have is to devise ways of decontaminating this kind of Jhing
shortly-befOf& he died.
! On The Sun's Opinion Page had no chance to give any thought to a.campaign or a pos- before it poisons the whole political atmosphere.What .

sible opponent.
#, this country needs In addition to that 5-cent cigar WHAT IS happening is thai
.nd comments of Sun readers
Opinions ere welcome in the Voko .f the People column. Letters
must be signed end beer the writer's .441,.... Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should These light-hearted evasions of the truth are merely amus- is not a means of protecting the country against the milleading the Supreme Court's ideological

p not exceed 500 words end must be written on only one side of the ....... Poetry cemtot bo used. The ing, but we are now reaching that point lathe game where statements of,advertisers so much as a means of protecting fanaticism is making it
. : Sun reserves the Sight to reject say letter or to shorten it. without ..... .* the writer's meonine. or the principals are getting down to some cWsical'dec ptIon. it against the more false and dangerous statementsof increasingly difficult for our
, intent. society to breathe normally:
Barry Goldwater, for example knows well that Am-
: day's (June 20) tornado I very to govern itself through es-
at would
Coverage: greatly appreciate bassador Henry Cabot Lodge is quitting his post in Viet.Nam, the Federal Trade Commission, for example, can re- tablished traditions and au-
1 : New Kingsley Beach Your five additional copies. not because he opposes the administration's policy there,
Best 'A quire cigarette manufacturers to put "thisll kill you" or thority; to rule by the local
: rea paper had the best write UP'' JOSEPH PATTERSON but because he opposes Barry's policies here. But the Sena-' some other such gentle warning on a pack of cigarettes, consensus; to deal effectivelywith

: EDITOR, Sun: My family and covered the incident bet- 4631 Astral St. tor's formal statement was a masterpiece of ,political nonsense why can't somebody do something about political pollution its domestic enemies;

, and I were victims of Satur- ter than any other paper. JacksonvilleStorm : as well? to carry forward its implicit

commitment to the faith of its
"AMBASSADOR LODGE," he said. "is to be congratulated More harm is done by swallowing political baloney in this fathers.

:" POTOMAC FEVER for bearing up this long under such adverse conditions.The country than by swallowing arsenic or smoking reefers. It's

Johnson-McNamara program of indecision and vacillation not what's up front in the tobacco of North Carolina ,that Congress has available to it

has made it, impossible for him to carry out his ambassadorial counts, but what's out back in the politics of Washington.ALL the instruments necessary to

I. : By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau functions properly, and undoubtedly motivated his curb what Professor.Edward:
: : WE HAVE TO DO somehow. td label all danger.
resignation. ,
Corwin, the'distinguished constitutional -
This is confusing campaign. When Goldwater lashes out
; a against the con-. '
and poisonous political statements the we do dangerous -
ous referred
way scholar
: .spirators in the east you never know whether he means east of the Mississippi From time to time, President Johnson has indicated publicly and poisonous commercial products: as the "aggressions, of the to

: or east of Suez. that maybe Bobby Kennedy would make a good Democratic '$'" "
vice, presidential candidate, and. then again Hubert "Harmful or fatal if swaBowed." Warren. Court. .

. : The Swedes provided Khrushchev: with a bullet proof car, but ,so far they Humphrey or Mini would be fine, and of course Sargent "Keep out of the reach children." If it refuses to use them

: have done absolutely nothing to protect him against the smorgesbord. (Peace Corps-Poverty) Shriver, and Senators McCarthy of Examine (or shake) well before using." the Warren Court may after j

-.ot _--:-.-;- Minnesota and Muskie of Maine would be grand. "Use with adequate ventilation." .all go down in.,history! :not as

: The Supreme Court says the State Department must issue passports to Communists Likewise, Governor Scranton said one day that Goldwater This drowsiness." "" the. agency that, .instigated
: -unless, of course,' they're going to Cuba or Disneyland. .was not too bad and the next 'that he was an imminent disaster preparation may cause the dissolution of the federal

while Dick Nixon was in turn for and against every The possibilities are unlimited and If. the Goldwaterites system, but as the agency that

;.- Our officials have been warning the Communists that we will never change body but himself.' object, maybe a ,compromise could be arranged by applying proved that it was.thoroughly

t our policy"of defending Southeast Asia. We'd rather fight than switch. BUT THE BIGGEST medal_ for political cynicism so far the labels to newspaper well. dead. ? elev...

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4A Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 28, 1964 -- -

: I, Miss EVANS, .Claudia-HARMON Evans above, S Obituaries

: I and John Harmon Jr.fere MRS. ROSA RUTLEDGE
If I married June 6 at.the home pfthe Final' rites for Mrs. "Rosa

, attwztdlk SUn .i bride. Rutledge of Orange Lake, Fla.,
... .$ Rev. William Ferguson officiated 1- :who died June 22, at the_University
2. ., )f. t1J I for the double ring ceremony -I Teaching Hospital following -

". : ........ .r. -... ... ,f ,,: ;. performed before a background a brief illness,. will, be
..... of candelabra, palms I 2:0(1(
.::>: ; : conducted today at 'p.m.
(. I'and floral arrangements. I from the Mt Sinai Baptist
1 :.. JOHN .. MARftUOM fruKiaf M4PvMMwri 04' ''''''' .W. !:; : Richard Parker was organist Church with the Rev. John. A.
PAT COWLES VIce PrtsW land Mrs. Hudson
... ) C. I Nancy was I Munnerlyn and Rev. Frank
JOHNSON Vk PrtsMtntM ,
Florida's Beautiful 7'tcu :soloist. The bride is the daughter Redmon officiating.: Interment
Editor W. O. (Ml) ..
) .... { I
..,... of Mrs.Margarie Evans and .
.. MOLE, Vk PraMMt Mtf AVWtfetofl *- will follow in the MU Tabor
University. City OiTKtM'l BOS TAKTAOUONE '{".,'.......,1'l. .f..'. J..,.,:.. EIrLS ; the bridegroom is: the son of Cemetery in KIndrick, Fla.
; Vk PnsMtiit ... ClrcvlMlMTHE MaHler. '1' Mr. and Mrs. John Harmon Sr.of Mrs. Rutledge is survived by
I Daytona Beach.
SUN'S POLICY nine children, Mrs. Bernice
4 Given in marriage by her Bogans, Mrs. Leila Mae Hicks,
1. Report the news fully and Impartially! In the news columns.f" r uncle, R. C. Cambridge the Mrs. Bessie Bryant,.Mnr.Rpsa
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only" in-editorials.. j. bride wore 'a 'gown 'of white im-: Lee Bell, MrsLola

3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. .... ..'. '.. .'.11.. ported lace bodice' over 'a white Chandler, Mr. Primas Rut-

The .. ..: : bridal> satin skirt. Her shoulder ledge, two brothersMr..
Sun's All 372-8441 ,
telephones -
: e. .M.: .-
length veil fell from a George Honor and MrJoe; -}ton-
I Wont Ads- 376-4672_ 0" crown of white roses, and she or, 36 grandchildren, other. relatives -

..'f.J carried a Bible centered .with a and friends. The 'family -

white orchid.Mrs. :. and friends are. kindly..ask-
t : Jacqueline Ivey of Day- ed to meet at the home of
The Balancing Accent 'tona Beach, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Rutledge in Orange Lake
was matron of honor. She wore 1:15 p.m. to form the cortege

WOMEN CONTRIBUTEFlorida a light blue satin dress and that will proceed to the Church.

Y It cannot be repeated too often gically and intellectually as well as matching accessories and a The pallbearers are Bro. Ar-

:: that our headlong plunge into the professionally.One A&M University vice presid ent, J. R. E. Lee, looks on while Mrs. white bouquet of chrysanthemums. nett Smith Jr., Mr. Leon

; t: E age of technology carries with it thing we do not find, as yet, Blanche Mickens presents a check from the FAMU Faculty Women's for the Club National for W. L. Johnson served the Chandler, Bro., Mr.John George P. Jamer-Armstrong -
of the University
$400 to Dr. George W. Gore president '
:= certain grave dangers. We refer to at the University of Florida is the Defense Education Act (NDEA) Stud ent Loan Fund. The check represents bridegroom The mother as of best the man.bride wore son, Mr. Sammie Lowery, Mr.

I = a growing imbalance of'values-par- "balancing accent" on the arts.* It's the largest.amount.ever given by the organization of which Mrs. Mickens is a pink lace sheath dress with Smith.Loucious These Jamerson services, Mr. Fred
offered in Mr. Lee institutional loan officer and administers the areS under -
true that courses are president. serves as
matching accessories
I ..:.. ticularly in education, which is not : the direction of the Hughes
musc, in painting, in drama. There'seven office through which st dent loans are made. corsage a lavender orchid. & Chestnut Funeral Home.
reflection of prevailing' attitudes
a a class in modern dancing. HIGH SPRINGS NEWS Following the ceremony a reception -

but a molder of attitudes that There's also something called a "c l- COLORED NEWSB. Tea-Planned was given by the DAVID COOK
will dominate the new generation. The ladles of the W..S. C. S. bride's parent at her home. Funeral services for David I
lege of architecture and fine arts"and and Organ Guild of Mt. Car- The bride's table was cover- Cook, of Hawthorne will be held

a "college of arts and science" F. 'Childs, Colored News EditorA mel Methodist Church are sponoring ed with a white lace table cloth, today at 1 p.m. at the Nelson
There is much talk about, and apparently that awards a B.A. degree. But a "Rainbow Tea" at 4 with a wedding cake at one Grove Baptist Church'.witE Rev.

a great deal of pride in, the they are the neglected stepchildrenof LANDMARKBible ion will render a program at p.m. today in the basement of end and a beautiful arrange. R. S. Robinson officating. Inter-
Thought "In this the First Morning Star Baptist '
expansion of universities to include the church. ment of blue and white chrysanthemums -ment will follow in the Lochloo-
I a University that .is looking elsewhere confidence let us hold on to the Church today at 3 p.m. .
sa Cemetery.
During the tea there will be at the other. -
full-scale training in practically ,
for its glamor. hope that we profess withoutthe The public is invit d. Serving and cutting the wedding Duncan Brothers, morticians,
an interesting
and "skilled"
every profession oc slightest hesitation-for he is
The colors of the rainbow will cake were Miss Nedra are in charge.
The arts (liberal and fine) are the
cupation. The focus is definitely on utterly dependable-and let us NOTICE El-
ohnson and Mrs. Gladys
be the
specialism.This last to be served at the biennial think of one another and how The Missionary Circle No. 2 casion.> displayed throughout oc is. Mrs. L. V. Davis poured ELIJAH GAINEY I

budget table.: The crumb-like appropriations we can encourage one anotherto of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Funeral services for- Elijah
Everyone is invited to attend. the punch. I \
love and do good deeds. invites to attend a "Fellow Gaineyr pioneer-citizen-of '
in itself would not be a ser- that are handed out are you Rev. James Johnson, pastor; Miss Jacqueline Hart and Monteocha will
(Hebrews 10:23-24.: Phillips.) ship Tea" at the home of Dea- ,
sufficient to sustain life at a sub- Mrs. Esther Black, reporter. Mrs. Edna Hart received and: .
ious indictment if the obsession with con C. F. Franklin, of 1403 NE be held today at 4 p.m. at'the
J specialism did not obscure the standard level, but they are not suf- NEWBERRY NEWS 3rd Ave., today,. June 28, from SUMMER SCHOOLThe displayed the wedding gifts the, Old Jerusalem Baptist Church
Summer School and Miss Taylor kept
broader values of education. But the ficient to nourish growth, instill NOTE OF THANKSThe 4p.m. to 6 p.m.FE'IED A. Quinn Jones ElementarySchool bride's book. with Rev. T. D. Davis.officiat
Interment will follow in
of Mrs.
tendency is to push the student as pride or guarantee quality. Theyare Thompson family of Chiefland wish Mary to AT BIRTHDAY got off to a good start Guests were greeted in the the Rhuda Branch Cemetery. ,\
in the main, token gestures of June 15 with receiving line by Mrs. Madge
Monday an en-
soon as possible in his "careeer thank the members of Mt Zora PARTY Duncan Brothers, morticians! ;
I cubicle" and shut him off from all toleration.The Baptist Church and also others The Legionnaires, Ladies' rollment of 170 pupils. The program Butler, aunt of the bride. are in charge. ;
; will continue thrugh July Assisting with other hospital
the liberalizing knowledge and cultural Con- for their acts of kindness Auxiliary of the American Legion ,
I Philadelphia Symphony 24. Our goal is to develop independence ties were Mrs. Juanita HarrisonMrs. MRS. BELL MOSLEY .
shown during her illness and Post No. 306 and alsoguests'
insights that distinguish an cert, held here this year in the gym- in reading through in- R. C. Cambridge, Mrs. Funeral services for Mrs
death. The
t educated person from a "trained"! nasium highlights the'plight of the subsequent family; celebrated the 45th an. creased knowledge and functional Martha Warren and Mrs. Zella Bell Mosley, of 627 N. E.: 15th
Robert Williams '
reporter. niyersary of the American Legion -
St. will be held at Duncan i
application of all word Goines. ,
If the tendency
technician or expert. campus with respect to suitable facilities at a birthday'party at the perception skills, and to improve For her travel the bride Brothers Chapel on Monday, :

continues we shall shortly have a and accommodations. If we PROGRAM SET Recreation Center, recently. comprehension and inter chose a black two-piece suit June 29, at 3 p.m., with! Rev.

society of "diplomated" job-holders should start enumerating conspicuous The Undenominational pretive skills. with matching accessories.The W. M. Ferguson officiaUn?.

/I who have sacrificed'their intellectual needs, the list.would fill this col. Choirs' Union entitled will "ChoirsIn presentits AMERICA'S PROBLEMS OF ,The reading program includesthe newlyweds will make She has resided in Games-

birthright for the economic pottage umn. To mention a few, there is the program Parade", at the Wesley RIGHTS POVERTY LINKED AND CIVIL WITH development of auditoryvisual their home in Palatka. ville for many years, and 'was ,
perception; the application Shower Given a member of the local Pallbearers .
f of material profit.It and need for Methodist Episcopal NATION'S FOREIGN POLICY
crying imperative a new Chapel ,
Gf phonetic analysis, along with The bride was honored at a Lodge.
home for the music department that Church Monday at 8 p.m. STATE DEPARTMENT AID the other means of word identification miscellaneous recently, given Duncan Brothers, morticians, f 1

is true that we have passed will be neither a hovel nor a fire- SAYS [ ; and the use of reading by Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Win-

through a period when the nation trap, the need for a suitable auditor PLANS REGULAR MEETINGThe ST. PETERSBURG, "The for meaning. The summer pro- gate, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. JULIUS CAESAR TAYLOR
Female Protective Society -way we handle the problems of Final rites for Mr.. Julius C.
needed trained specialists, men and ium-theatre,. the ,need for an art No. 1 will hold its regular I poverty and civil rights at size gram the in development arithmetic will of empha-skill in 'Ferman Wingate CookOutThe Jr. I Taylor of High Springs will beheld

I women with technical know-how, gallery, the need for up-to-date class- meeting in the dining room of home will affe t the success of! the four fundamental opera bride was honored with a I this afternoon 2 p.m. from
and needed them in great numbers. the Greater Ft. Clark Baptist abroad the St. Luke A.M.E. Church in
rooms with modern equipment, the our foreign policy tions. The pupils will also be cook-out given by Mrs. Flc
The swing toward science and tech- need for more faculty support, and Church today at 4 p.m. Abram J. Chayes, U., S. State exposed to, "The New Approach -McLendon. \lachua with the Rev. Ballard
The dues and endowmentsare Department Legal Advisor officiating.Mr. .
nology was inevitable. But the situation to Mathematics.
(most of all) the need for adminis- '
I longer justifies the educa- to be paid ai the meeting. said recently at the Gibbs' Junior Among the other courses in Taylor, a citizen of High
no trative recognition and encouragement College Commencement ADDS FACULTY MEMBERST. Springs and Alachua County foi
which a pupils enroll at
.. tional distortion that the rising demand at the top'level. SLATES CONVENTIONThe Exercises. 'A. Quinn Jones are may sports, arts AUGUSTINE-Four new the past sixty years died June

for specialization has caused.It Gainesville District Juvenile "People in other lands are and crafts and art. members have been added to 21st, in the Alachua General

is time to restore the balancenot One negative ,argument that is Convention will be heldat watching us continually as we Students may attend all day, the faculty of Florida Memorial -Hospital following an extended
sometimes heard in state 'budget the Friendship Baptist prefessed values to the l here it has been illness.
by removing the accent on put our or in the mornings or just In the College an- I
science and technical training but meetings is that facilities should not Church Monday, June 29, at test of action in our own life. afternoons as the academic nounced by President R. W. Survivors include a wife, Mrs.

be duplicated in the various state 1:30 p.m.During. Not unjustly, they look at our schedule is Monday through Puryear. ,Camilla Taylor, two sons, Joshua -
by matching it with a bold accent on the convention there in dealing with these and Ceaphus both of High
; institutions. Let two univer- success Friday, 8 a.m. to 9:50 a.m., I Three of the four newcomers
one or
the arts and humanities. will be a Talent Program. the criterionby Springs. One daughter Mrs.
key problems as 10:10 a.m. to 12:00: noon, or 1:10 to the campus will posses earn- ,
sities "specialize" in the fine arts which judge our whole Beatrice Cherry of Alachua.
they p.m. to 3 p.m. ed doctorate degrees, he add.
i After all, what is to be gained and the others be content with some YOUTH DAY PLANNED system," Chayes said. The faculty for the Summeris ed. FMC already ranks second Three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Ed.

from the miracles of the "scientific incidental or token instruction. This Youth Day will be observed He added that the problemsof : Mrs. T. M. Jordan, Principal highest in the state for the pro monds, Philadelphia, Pa._Miss
..4 at the Mt. Carmel Baptist development are not confined Donie Taylor and Miss Mam-
argument would make more sense ; Mrs. C. D. Cohen, Reading portion of its faculty holding
age" if the people who push the but if Church today with Mrs. Donald to Asia and Africa. "They ; Mrs. W. E. Gaines, Read earned doctorates. mie Taylor of St. Petersburg,
applied to technical and
tons and pull the levers, who keep pro- Coward in, charge. ,The sched--are to. be found in our slum ing; Mrs. F. M.Goodman, Read The' new members of the Fla. One bPOther, Herbert Tay.

: the wheels turning and the engines fessional programs of' the universi. ule of services is as follows: blighted cities, in the entire ing; Mrs. M. J. Allen, Arith- "FMC family" ares lor of St. Petersburg Fla.
ties. In these areas the job can be During the morning worshipat of rural America that I One brother, Herbert
running, have no map to go by, no regions metic; Mrs. C_L. Henry, Arithmetic Micah W. M. Leo, associate
t sureness of direction, no sense'of I"divided up" without draining quality 11 a.m. Samuel Taylor will progress has passed by, in the ; Ammon Jackson,. Arithmetic professor of chemistry, who of Tampa, Fla. Eleven grandchildren
be the principal speaker; and< of embittered and hostile twelve great grandchildren
games Mrs. Elizabeth ChI
\ prestige, or vigor from any in- ; s- took his B.S. at the Universityof
moral and
4. purpose responsibility the evening worship at and in the nieces and
during young'people, many
holm, Librarian Mrs. F. B.
stitution. But to starve out the fine Taiwan, M.S. from Rhode Is-
H, 7:30 p.m. Miss Shirley Knight schools that are too poor to McLendon, Arts and Crafts; and nephews, cousins and friends.
f The case for the arts, both the and liberal arts in any university is will also be the principal give them the tools and training 0. B. Johnson, Arts. land State, 'and Ph. D. from Interment will be made in

i : liberal arts (as ordinarily defined) to make the- entire institution speaker.The and incentive 'to break out The public Is invited to observe work Rutgers at, Princeton.with further graduate the Pine Hill Cemetery at High
anemic. public is invited. of the vicious circle." our summer Springs under the direction ofDorsey's
and the fine arts rests the program.
upon premise Herbert Maxwell Haney, as-
"As this war on poverty'reflects Mrs. F. M. Goodman, Funeral Home.
that life needs to be lived intelligently Without the balancing accent of SPEAKS TODAY the world wide -pressurefor ter. repor- sociate professor of Biblical I

!, : competently, fully and the humanities to give perspective, Mother ,Mattie McKnight wiil economic development, the ST. JOHN'S DAY literature, & graduate of New RAIFORD BULLARD
... speak at the Trulmph Holiness damand of American 'Negroesfor Brunswick Teachers College, Final rites for Mr. Raiford
creatively on all facets of experience. purpose, and direction in educationa SERVICE
l Bullard will be held this after-
and B.D.
with B.A. degrees
Church, of 613 N.W. 12th Street, equal rights under law is Coins No. 94 Ancient
It needs to be lived with Lodge ,
purpose, appreciation university is longer 1:30 from
no a universitynot noon the New
from Arcadia p.m.
today at in behalf of the part of the world wide'drive for Free And Accepted S cot fish University, an-
4 : and enjoyment. Here -- a community of scholars and Dependent Children's Home at human dignity. And it is inter- Rite of Free Masonery, will hold other B.P. and Th. d. from Hope Methodist Church at Haw.

I : lies the fundamental task of education students devoted to learning and intellectual Tallahassee.S, esting that the techniques of its annual St. John's Day Serv- New Orleans Baptist Theological -thorne with the Rev. Robert;

: : to illuminate the human heritage self-development, but a The cooperation of' the members protest and non.violent resistance -Ice, 'at St. Luke A. M. E. Seminary, and M.A. from James officiating. '
Mr. Bullard former resident -
: and assess its values, to discover training base for an army of technicians and friends is asked. that were so effective in Church, Sunday June 28, at 4p.m. Memphis State. Prof. Haney is of Hawthorne a but had been !
the struggle for national independence All brothers and sisters of also a candidate for a Ph. D.
: and the
develop potentials for that'serve
a technocratic in for the
living Tampa past I
BROOKER NEWS in Asia and Africa Free Mason ry' and friends are from the University of Texas.
\ individual self-fulfillment psycholo society. several died June 21st,
AILING AT HOME have found their counterpart in invited to attend.C. Eleanor Ida Anderson, as- years
Elzie McGinnis is ailing at the civil rights movement here H. Hathcock, Worshipful sociate professor of education, in the Fla. State Hospital ol-

his home at Brooker. Mr. Mc- at home." Master; Walter L. Hunt, Secre- with a B.S. from the Univer- lowfcg an extended illness.:

GaInnis' friends are asked to Chayes drew an over: flowing tary. -Uy of Omaha, and an LL. D.. Immediate survivors include,
visit him. Mrs. Nellie Moore, reporter. audience of 201 graduating om Alderson-Broaddus. three brothers, Alfred_Bullard ol

Voice of the sophomores and 1,000 friends PROGRAM SCHEDULED Richard L. Greaves, assocIate -Jacksonville, Fla/- Roger Bul-
lard Halnes Fla. and
City, .
People and relatives who have con- I The Magnificence Club of the professor of church history,
Booker T. Bullard of" Miami
CONVALESCINGMrs. verged on Gibbs Junior Col- Day Spring Baptist Church who took his B.S. at Bethel College I
I I0pI. Queen, Cooper and Miss ege from all parts of the state. will appear in a program at 11 Minn., MA from Berkeley Fla. Many nieces, nephews,

=On The Sun's OpinionPage Marietta Hill are, improving' at .I In emphasizing the. Federal ajn. today at, the Spring Hill Baptist Divinity School, ,cousins Interment and friends.will be made In
their homes after being ill for Government's role in the poverty -Missionary\ Baptist Church. Rev. and a Ph. D. to be receive- the Hawthorne under

..... ..i "_."** s.!. ,..*,. .... "eJce.. i. ... V. c. .f ttt r*.... na.... UttersMllfc sometime. 'I and Civil Rights fights, F. W Wilson, pastor; U. Mcore from New College Univerf' direction Dorsey's Cemetery Firaer-
must .. .. .Lilfct writs, .Wm *.... will wit eW if N4..... Liens, ....... Chayes informed the! attentive reporter of London, this summer. Home.
I .O. axc_ 500 we .. -.. b*'VrittM .. .si, s.. ss .i t. ..... hefrF ca."' IIML T1te NAACP MEETING'The audience that the governmentis .
ails" tk. rikt .. ,reJect- say.fctttr 11. *... It. witMut chsiag,tIte writs. ....... tr National Association for acting vigorously to make NOTICE .rogram Notice -

4 the Advancement of Colored "equality a reality. .and 1' am Preaching for the revival HAWTHORNE NEWS The Male Chorus from Hawthorne -

( Storm Coverage day'. (June 20)' tornado at I would greatly appreciatefive i People will hold its meeting at confident that we will take an- meeting at the Mt Herman Bap- United Choirs' Union will render a programat

New Kingsley Beach. Your additional copies. the Greater Bethel A3IJL other long step forward in the tist Church will begin Monday, The United Choirs' Union will the BetheLA.M.E. Church

',' Best in Area paper had the best write up' JOSEPH PATTERSON Church with Rev. W. S. White, coming weeks with the passage .. June 29, at 8 p.m. with Rev.F. convene at the Gordon Chapel LaCrosse, today alllo..1): .JIL

EDITOR, Sun: My family and covered the Incident bet- 4631 Astral StJacksonville pastor in an after-service Sun- of an effective Civil Rights W. Williams in charge. A.M.E. Church today at 3 p.m. There is no admission price
a day at 8:30 pjn. Bill" The public is invited. Rev. There are six choirs In the but a free-will offering will be
and I were victims of Satur ter than other -
paper. Several distinguished per- Chayes, whose official rank Richard Harrison, assistant pas'I Union. ,,accepted Mrs. Doris Reed, re
sons will speak1 the theme: ing is equal to that of assistant tor. I The public in Invited. Rev. porter.

"Voter Registration on the oc secretary of state :was one of W. S. Martin, president; Mark I S

: POTOMAC FEVER ... .: .J casion. several ,Harvard University PERSONALSMrs. Ivey Brown, president; Mrs. FAIRBANKS NEWSTo -
( The members and friendsare professors the late President Mary Bonner returned I Merline Holmes vice-president; Appear la Program
By Jack Wilaoo, Cowlea Washington Bureau urged to support the foundation -Kennedy tapped for governmental to Gainesville yesterday from;I I Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter. I I The Starlight Gospel Singers

for. their freedom by ..being service in 1961. Washington, D. C.., where she!( and the Simmons ,Sister will
This is a confusing campaign. Wheh Goldwater lashes out against'tKe" con.spirators present, S .. _. was"on business. LA CROSSE NEWS render a joint musical pro-

.. In' the east you never ,know whether he means east of.the Mississippi"or LAKE CITY'NEWS Mrs. Katie Mae James Dew To Hold Quarterly Conference gram at the St. John Methodist

,,4. east of Suez. NOTICE JOE CASET IMPROVESJoe to New'York, N. Y., yesterdayon The Rev. W. M. Robinson, Church here today at. 3 p. .m.
--. The Pallbearers Lodge No. Caset, of' Jacksonville. a twoweek'vacation with. presiding elder will hold his There is no admission price,

: The Swedes provided Khrushchev with a bullet proof car, but so far they 113 meeting set for Tuesday houseman and chauffeur-of of her sister, Mrs. Jane Williams! Quarterly Conference at the but a free-will offering. will- be

L, have done absolutely nothing to protect him against the smorgesbord. ; has been postponed. '.to.. a later 1:>i. Lincoln B. Childs, who is and other relatives. :Bethel A.M.E. Church today. accepted.The .
date."t. r ,- !4ft S a 'a'patient the Veterans' Hospital Mr. and Mrs. James E. All boards: are urged to sub- Starlight Gospel Singers

"The Supreme Court says, the State,Department' must I issue passports to Com The members are urged to here, is slightly improvfc Stevens and daughter.. Annie mit their written reports. Rev will also enter a joint .singing

,1muniatsunless, of course, they're going to Cuba or Dis y1and. pay their duerio !the secretary ; Mae, all of Nashville, Tenn., W. H. Walker, pastor; ,Rev W. contest with. the FlemingtonHarmonhers
-- He Is a former patient'in the arrived here 'yesterday on a M: Robinson, presiding elder; singers, today at
:Our officials have been warning the .Communists;that':we":will never change PLANS PROGRAM Brewster Hospital at Jackson- two-week visit with Mrs. Stevens Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter. II 8 p.m. at the Antioch Holiness

our. _c .' .of deftadis Southeast ,Asia, ,Wt'4 rather r fight .than switch..'._ The Progressive Choirs' Un- ville. relatives and friends, I Church N.E. 8th Ave.1 .,

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Still Time

J -r..-.. ... To Take Scuba, Shelves Are Bare in CubaBy

Skin Diving
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Applications are still being accepted MORRIS W. ROSENBERG prove to our people we could go perienced revolutionaries took tries thousands of miles away tion of three-fourths of a poundof
to a six weeks skin and HAVANA (AP) A faded ahead without the United States. over, contributing to the disor- meant growing shortages, and meat per week per person.
scuba diving training course for
novices which begins June 30. sign on a downtown building "Now our battle is economic.The ganization. increasing costs Shortages have produced a
% '", reads: "To consume what the United States is obligingus Hundreds of Russian, East Long journeys of Soviet tank- black market, where unrationedeggs
; One session a week will be country produces is to build the to struggle, study and organ- European,and Chinese technicians ers bearing petroleum from cost from 25 to 40 cents
held each Tuesday from 7:30 to fatherland." ize." and advisers poured in. But Baku on the Caspian a to Havana each, compared with 6 cents in

9:30 pjn. at Glen Springs.The But more than five years aft The battle cry here now is, their unfamiliarity with tropical prevented a complete pa- the market.

course is sponsored by er the Cuban revolution it is "Social revolution was made for geography and temperamentoften ralysis of the country. Fresh milk only to children -
the Gainesville Alachua'Coun- difficult to find much to con- technical revolution." produced additional frus Cuban officials now say the under 7.

ty Citizen's Safety Council and sume in this once beautiful city, With a shrug of his shoulders, trations. worst is over. They say they
children and those with
! :?3a. fs' the Barnacle Busters, a local now grimy and rundown. Castro asked, "If we could The United States economicban don't believe the U.S. ban or Only
medical prescriptions get
skin diving organization. "I don't deny our errors and have factories now, who would has had and is still havinga their own mistakes can do worse three week.
Mt The course is designed to stupidities," said Prime Minister .handle them? Industrialization powerful effect.Transportation than has been done. oranges: per
I also rationed A
give beginners a chance to learn Fidel Castro in a recent first requires technical preparation has been badly Grocery shelves are filled Clothing is :
the proper and safe methods of chat with newsmen at a diplomatic of people." crippled, as many cars, trucks mainly with dreary rows of disinfectants -man gets two pairs of trousers
skin and scuba diving, accord- reception. "But this pe- The abrupt, harsh change and buses halted for lack of and flavoring syrups. and two shirts per year.
ing to Dave Desautels, safety riod has been our apprenticeship. from capitalist to Communist I spare parts. Machinery in many People stand in line to buy Shoes are rationed and gen
t a officer of the Barnacle Busters.A It was useful, and neces government shattered the econ-I factories came to a standstill. their monthly quota of four eggs erally of poor quality.A .
I $10 fee which includes the sary. omy. Many of the nation's best Shelves in stores became bare. per person. Housewives crowd campaign to produce goods
entrance costs to the Springsis "The first battle, which we economic experts'' and organizers Shifting of supply lines from around empty meat counters and technicians is now at fever
being charged. won, was political. We had to : fled. Enthusiastic but inex- sources 90 miles distant to coun- waiting resignedly for their ra pitch.


: First of Many ..

t Mrs. Helen Davies, right center above, under-

took her first assignment as national grand regent
of the Women of the Moose here this week at an in-
I. stallation meeting. Additional assignments from -

Mooseheart will take her throughout the United
r States and Canada. Assisting here were Gerald F

r Horne, left, lodge pilgrim, 'Mrs. Ruth Home, pre- _
siding at the installation meeting, and Tom Fulton,
h right, also a lodge pilgrim.

;1., Trial Date Set I

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Trials were scheduled July 20 The four men drawing long ( i, I I .

.. for two men and long prison terms totalling ten to 20
terms imposed on four men by years each were Leslie P.Duff .

I Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. 33, Norman P. Barnes, 24, ., ... ;-re;"...,,: ...
in second monthly plea day Norman Dale Payne, 21 and

proceedings Friday. Richard Desrosiers, 24. WESTINGHOUSE l2O' ARCTIC AIRE STERLING COOLER
Plea day is a new procedure They were accused of making
I being tried by the circuit court break from the road 20" ELECTRIC'
in an effort to reduce the at .
seizing guns, holding guards
lenght of time between arrest gunpoint, and leading pursuers
and disposition of the case.
three chase.
a county
\ Under old procedures, men
who could not make bond and All four pleaded guilty to individual ----' ---

I who ultimately were found innocent charges of escape and I F: -- Reduced To Reduced To Reduced To
by judge or jury, were of possession by a prisoner of $18I |
kept in jail for months awaiting a weapon (a pistol). Other *18
action. charges were suspended.Duff .
legal I
; FOB Store or Whte. [FOB Store Whse.
or FOB Store or Whse.I Ifte
The new procedure is designed was sentenced to ten
to bring each man before years for escape, and a consecutive :
the court within a month or ten year term for possession ..
less from his arrest. of a weapon. Barnes ONLY $1.25 PER WEEK -

also[ drew consecutive ten year MO MONEY DOWN;.. CHARGE ITI TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
terms. Payne was given consecutive -'
I Suits Filed terms of ten years for possession -

tri' years for of a escape.weapon Desrosierswas and five YOUR CHOICE DELUXE 30" GENERAL ELECTRIC 6,000 BTU :

I Two. Year given two five-year consecutive -

I Old Accident one Consecutive term must sentences be served before mean \ Z -.. .- --.. _
the next begins.
't'\ Damage suits totalling $60F ,- Trial was scheduled July 20 ----- it J ;
F 000 have been filed in Alachua for Cleo Cohens, 39, and Henry -- I m _jmEljsy

\ County Circuit Court againstthe Nelson, 32. They are chargedwith Reduced To = Reduced To =- ;i ___=.#=_t-si=## s t Reduced To
S. E. Thompson Corp., a breaking and enteringand -
= i $ uz:=u==
Gainesville road builder, in with grand larceny. They $90SffOB 90 $128 1 1I

the deaths of three persons two pleaded innocent. Public Defender \ Store or Whs b FOB Store or Whse.
I years ago In an auto accident. R. A. Green Jr. was appointed Store or Whit.
I The wreck occurred on State their attorney. -}-;.. ., !!!!!!-IfU"UIUI:4uJ--,- .--==-
r Road 49 four miles north of Trial was set July 20 for Al- ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK IiIllUUflmI'j.. ;:
phonso Jones, 42, charged with
Trenton Gilchrist Killed
l were Mary Ann Norris, 21, possession for of a still and apparatus NO MONEY DOWN... CHARGE IT TAKE MONTHS. TO PAY

driver Lake Jordan,,City Bernard 27;Live William C.Oak Allison; and Thomas the 28, Jones'shine manufacturing In, Judge the absence Adkins moon-of '1'ik4r'Jr4&' : : 2 TEMPERATURE WESTINGHOUSE 8,000 --BTU

Live Oak.Donald. entered nocence.for him a plea of in- ELECTRIC DRYER 19" PORTABLE TV AIR CONDITIONERFOB.

R. Norris, father of Warren Pittman, 32, and Waiter ....",.,.
the dead girl, filed two suits L. Ketterman,' 35, charged
suits each asking $20,000 in with breaking and entering, -
damages. Clydie M. Jordan, pleaded innocent. Their attor- ___
widow of William Jordan, filed ney, Selig Goldin, moved the Reduced To To ,. ,. -
1 ?ne suit asking $20,000. court to suppress evidence and ;:< fRi I I,zlsL Re due e d To
y sz:
for a bill of particulars detail- o =
The suits allege that the
,I ing evidence supporting the FOB Store or Whse.
Thompson corporation's em- charges. FOB Store or Whse __ Store or Whse.
ployees negligently left an asphalt
Dennis Wayne Powell, 23, and
beside road
spreader a .
I ,under construction, wit h out Thomas pleaded nolo Wayne contredre Powell(,refusalto 20, ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK 'r... t .,..... -

lights that the or road other was warning unsafe, without and- admit the charge without NO MONEY DOWN... CHARGE IT TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
pleading not guilty). The"public
:> warning lights or signs.S. -

president. E. Thompson of the is corporation listed as sent defender them, ,appointed asked an to investigation repre-- 1'1JL4'TL4: KELVINATOR DELUXE 9 CU. FT. 9,300 BTU

by the probation office before -
defendant. Drew B. Thompson
Is listed as vice president, and disposed.Joe ,- REFRIGERATORAIR, CONDITIONER
1 Rim Jr. 18 -
r Oscar treasurer.T. Appleby as secretary- assault with intent to rape, F sr -- .... __ ,_l;!t_ _t\_
pleaded guilty. He Is represented I.
by the public defender.'Rim _

Poles Almost bas been jailed in lieu of $ ,OOO ILi1I 0 t vss -
bond. Judge Adkins. at the
request -
of Green and over the Reduced To Reduced To =. r; Reduced To

Mob Bobby K. objections of AssL State Atty. *150 ) == BHWfe $150 $168
I Mack Futch. reduced bond to
WARSAW, Poland (AP-I I$1,000. A charge of-handling-and I FOB Store or WIt.- =- '"' FOB Store or Whse. [FOB Store or Whse.

Hundreds of enthusiastic Poles I fondling a child under H years -==- =:
almOst mobbed U.S. Atty. Gen. was suspended. .. NsII4'DjI.J4pw44g K J:
Robert F. Kennedy on his arrival These men entered pleas of .

in Warsaw Saturday for a guilty, and pre sentence inves- NO MONEY DOWN... CHARGE IT TAKE MONTHS TO PAY .
private weekend visit to Com I tigations were ordered.
munist-ruled Poland. He was. Geronimo Scott, 24, charged
: 't'1'JkqI'jr44
heered, serenaded and kissed. with breaking and enter- 15,0002Dr.
ing with intent to commit a
'I'' Poland's official press and ra- misdemeanor. Public defender REFRIG-FR EEI ER TELEVISION AIR CONDITIONER
lio had given the silent treat- appointed.
lent to Kennedy's trip, but the Alonzo Lee Gibson, 17, F1T
people learned of his visit from charged with breaking and en

he grapevine.Two tering. Public defender,appointed.

hundred people toppeKennedy's < Reduced To '
Reduced To ', To
William 33 Reduced
Ralph Nabors, _
ur at the airport )
'fence to serenade him with charged with grand larceny. He $180 $180 S198FOBStortrWltf
waived his to
an attorney.
la which
rhoruses of "Sto ,
FOB Store Whs.
4'May live 100 Capias warrants were issued or FOB Sror*or Whse. | .
nears you j
for Charles Ray Thacker Jr.,
fern 23, and John J. Wilcox 24, fugitives -
Later, a lively crowd of 400 i after their escape April ONLY $5.00 PER WEEK .

gathered to see Kennedy's en- 8 from the state road camp I- NO MONEY DOWN... CHARGE_ IT! TAKE MONTHS TO PAY
: trance, into, the Europejski Ho- near Gainesville; for Robert E. I \I

lei" downtown- Warsaw. Three Sharpe, 44, charged with handling OPEN A.M. TO 9 P.M. SUNDAY NOON TO 7 '.M: ,

men in workingmen's' clothes and fondling a child under i.J QUALITY 111e ...,........... DISCOUNTS 1br,;...ra!..,!..._
GAINESVILLE-Acres of Free (
kissed him on the cheek in traditional -14 years;, and Everett Louie Parking I .f............... I Cft..i.'H4u. ;
Slavic fashion. Women Spicer, over 21, charged with S. ,441 NORTH AT 23 BLVD. PHONE 376-8297 II ALWAYS. EVERY DAY.
chanting "Long live Kennedy" withholding support
thrust flowers at the attorney Several men who had been
general, his wif{ Ethel and docketed for arraignment did
three .accompanying children. not enter pleas at this time

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\ School Library .'<,;.. _::J. ;....-..': .r' J'j: 'I' RF" 'j: _:- ;., .

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" To Be Reduced c ) a,, Y vroen -

The Alachua County school ment of 8,000 books.In _
'board has ordered that a library other actions, the board: PBIIX ;
book shortage in ten of 32 coun- Adopted a tentative
ty schools be made up within a of $6,559,716, with few
year. changes. : r _
The board, at its special -Dropped a nursing

meeting Thurday, earmarked appropriation of $5,500 which SWIFT'S PREMIUM 7I _
funds for the books and ordered. the past has been paid the '
the money cannot be used for ty health department a.r PROTEN GOVT. INSPECTED I ; 7 !
any other purpose. -Decided to consolidate HEAVY WESTERN BEEF i
Shortages have developed anopy Junior High School
1 Supt. E. D. Manning said, because the Gainesville schools.
in some schools money had voted 22 to 2 to I
I appropriated for books has been their children. i
spent for other things, or not Granted an easement BONELESS
spent at all utilities across the old .
.1 He said Lincoln High School Administration property east r t'
has the most acute shortage Gainesville on the 8th (
with library shelves 2,535 vol- extension line.Expanded. ROUND
umes bare. That is the number the
! needed to come up to accredi- ment committee,. presently .r _
tation standards, he said. members, to include the _
Other schools and their short- pals of Lincoln High School STEAK
ages are: Bishop 455, Duval
Buchholz Junior High. _
751, Jones 68, Littlewood 891, Directed board \
Williams 986, Archer Community
, 697, Douglass 108, Mebane Winston Arnow to oppose

1,912 41.The and. Newberry Elementary tion in 500 of feet a shopping of a northeast center --. / \ bra. 4;

total shortage to be madeup site. A developer has asked (
$ is 8,426 volumes. zoning code variance. lb.
Not all schools have short Approved a trasfer of a z
a J
ages. Gainesville Hi\i School, I Bell, transportation
for example, has 11,894 volumes, back into a teaching I / _
far above the minimum require-at Howard Bishop Junior ttign. I Ii .a

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J I the SUN Swift's Premium Cooked or Baked JUNE 29, 30, 1964icedslj

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II / S S m.
I POLICE, FIRE REPORT Ave. at SW.4th Ave. and 1st S dairy specialsBorden's ,
' 4:40 Friday..
Accident Roundup p.m. ,
Involved in accidents reported Daniel Miles, Warner, Ga. 6 Brand
.I by the Gainesville Police Department and Kathryn C. Teska, Rt. 3, OR BUTTERMILK .'If
, and Alachua County the 2200 block of NW 12th St. Cream Cheese
i Sheriff's Office in the past 24 2:10 p.m.Friday.
hours were: John T. Carlton, Hawthorne
Jane B. Shaffer, 286-7 Corry and a parked auto owned 2 3 oz. 25 !
Village, and David C. Kormer, Ronald F. Corbin, 117 SW pkgs.froreii. I
Hollywood, at W. Univ. Ave. Ave. at SW 4th Ave. and 1st
and 17th St., at 1:46 pjn. yes- at 4:57 p.m. Friday.
terday. Lonnie M. Tillis, foodsChef's
I Anthony J. Persico, Plant Peggy Jo Norris, LaCrosse, HUNT'S TANGY
City, and Ida K. Howze, Rt. 4, Thomas F.Harlow Jr., Augusta.Ga. i;
., at NW 13th St. and TOMATOCATSUP Delicious
at 500 SE 9th St., at 12:30 p.m.
Ave. at 4:01 p.m. Friday.
jesterday. Betty S. Riels, Cocoa, Frozen Waffles
\ Cleo L. Townsend Jr., 21,1002W. leen L. McNulty, Miami, at
Univ. Ave., and James G.
13th St and 8th Ave. at : ..
Crawford, Rt. 4, at E. Univ. 4 PER CUSTOMER WITH 10 or 28
. Ave. and 9th St. at 12:28 p.m. p.m.Friday. J.'p. OF OR pkg.Pkg. _. ..
' Vaughn J. Marvin, Rock ) $3.00 MORE.L. .. .
yesterday.John S. C., and Marvin C. Dix, Birdseye, NewSODABURST
; C. Jennings, 110 E. Univ. beville, Ga., at SW 13th St.
Ave., and Wilcott J. Duncan, 8th Ave. at 3:16 pjn. Friday. 14 oz _.
128 NW 8th St, at SE 4th Ave. Harry G. Forbes Jr., 1103
J and 2nd St at 11:30 a.m. yes- 4th Ave., and Richard E. hotLIMIT .
terday. 3129 NW 11th St., in the of 4 79
Judson S. Hine Jr., 1604 NE block of W. Univ. Ave. at :
19th Place, at NW 3rd A\e., and pjn. Friday. .
Commerce St. at 10:46 a.m. Raymond W. Waits, XTRA OO 2 PER CUSTOMER WJJHJ *
yesterday.J. thorne, and Betty P. Jones, FREE OF OR I
L. Webb, Tampa, and Rob- NW 25th St. at NW 6th St ; } PURCHASES'7* $3.00
ert B. Dubay, East Detroit, Green Stamps Pompeian
5th Ave. at 10:59 ajn. .
Mich., at N. Waldo Rd. and 8th Fire Calls .Idi 61t.rro....4cla....e& Olive Oil I . . 4.1,;.'' 21 *
Ave. at 5:16: a.m.esterday. At 12:17: pjn.yesterday, .
Paul J. Hadsock Rt. 1, and a fire in the 200 block of NW 3 oz. jar $1.29 .
parked auto at Jerry's DriveInon Ave.At (Zx irN TIM** Jun: JO. 1M4) QB .::lIcn produce lane
SW 13th St. at 1:48 a.m. 11:45 a.m. Saturday, ![ Blue Ribbon **
yesterday. ing air conditioner at 18 E.
Luther L. King, 4138 NW 9th Ave. N 2ns' Tender Yellow Florida
St. and a city light pole at NE 1f EFW.sAIDSO Purple Plums... 4 :;

8th Ave. and Waldo Rd. at 7:31 .
White HouseApple Sweet Corn
p.m.Friday. Green Stamps
'. Robby Guschlag, 0 c a 1 a, SEWERSINSTALLED I .I A Ala eo .oe e.4 o.dea*fe Juice ....... 4 32-01. $1 .
,- whose parked auto was hit by Flog Houst & Garden Bomb bottles
" an unknown driver in the 800 reg. size: 98c 10 ears 59c
block of SW 4th Ave at 5:25 (Expire* Tu*. Jun 30. 1H4) ... For BabiesSwift's
; James D. Wells, 21 SE 7th St, FREE ESTIMATES Meats 3 res size 79"
Chester Cutter 226 NW 6th XTRA \
AVAILABLE UUU FREE UUU Kraft's With Cheese '

(: Fish Talk Seen COMPLETE SERVICE PLUMBING Green Pizza Mix . . . .". P il!". 49* '
I vtib AU CM O.d.-'der.-*psi
:, OTTAWA (AP) Talks with GATORPLUMBING TREND With Meat SauceKraft's

,. the United States on Canada's 22 oz. size 49c ng'k 49*
oroposed extension of territorial (b_ Tu.*. ,_. ... 1 N/ PaMIvJ Spaghetti P g.
waters and fishing limits to
.' 12 miles from three will be resumed .
soon Foreign Secretary 901 WALDO RD.
r Paul Martin told the House of Phone 372 4657 ElfleAm 50i with

; Commons. k put a s r' .
( Green Stamps new w a y f0 pPe r: trrd ::
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tJ ;' '1' ike Band Concert \ At the -:--,
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Next Week : :
i BY VERE RICHARDS ; n REID POOLE, Chairman The University of Florida and Sullivan's "Pinafore," "The

__ s... 7 Department of Music I Summer Gator Band, under the 'Mikado" and "lolanthe." Vocal MONDAY College of Edu _

%. University of Florida baton of Richard W. Bowles, cation Summer Lecture series '
soloists include David Corson : .
By VERE RICHARDS ed of Wayne Lee and Steve and baritone, in an excellent con- t. and the Summer Choral Union,
Last Tuesday evening the Barbara Myking, also were well- cert, with Russell Danburg the The Brask-Schieber Duo, Robert directed by Guy Webb, will tenor and Sandra Smith, so- I"Teacher Education in 1970,"

University of Florida Lyceum applauded as they sang "500 fine accompanist. The First :/ x' Schieber, violist; and Wil-! present another in the series of: prano. Dean J. B. White, Norman _. .

Council presented the Kaleidoscope Miles" and "If I had a Ham Presbyterian Church of Gaines- lard Brask, pianist; assisted by outdoor concerts on the Plaza' Peter Zinober, euphonium, or Hall Auditorium, 1:30 p. m. :._

Players in "The Worldof mer". ville presented its choir, directed -' k Harriet Brask, mezzo soprano of the Americas, Wednesday baritone horn, soloist, will be TUESDAY Concert "The "

Carl Sandburg". There wasa by Willis Bodine, in a special ; and Jerry Neil Smith, clar- evening, July 1, at 6:45. featured in the famous solo by : ,
I musical service featuring inetist, will present a concertof Brask-Schieber Duo, Robert J""
cast of our-three actors, who the of Herbert Clarke, "Stars in a Vel-
Contiuing resume mu- There is
chamber music in the air no charge for,eitherof Schieber Willard Brask
American music. The Jerry
also well and singer- programwas Other band selections" ....
sang a sical artists during last sea- I' these concerts. The publics vety Sky. -
l guitarist who also acted well. an outstanding success. conditioned Medical Center' include the descriptive Neil Smith and Harriet Brask,
son: on January 14, Edward invited
cordially to attend.
They individually &nd collectively -Troupin, violinist, and Carolyn The past season's music will Auditorium Tuesday evening, '.CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM "North Sea Overture" fy Ralph I 8:15 pm. Medical Center Au :
June 30 at 8:15.
took the outstanding Sand- be continued next week.FABRICS and the "Suite of Old!
Troupin, pianist, gave an excel- Tuesday evening's chamber Hermann ditorium. ...
burg poems and made a glow- lent sonata program with both music concert- offers delightful !American Dances" by Robert

ing dramatic performance out artists in top form. They were Lectures Art Exhibit Slated variety, both in performing me- Russell Bennett. LECTURE: Dr. John B. Car ....
of them. As an example they II man, "Re-Thinking Christian
the UF
presented by Depart- dia, and in musical style. Schie- Fourth of July Mu-
Special "
i casually talked of Sandburg'sideas ment of Music. January 18th, her and Brask will offer the sic will include a little known Missions, 1 p. m., Florida -
: and gave a poem to illustrate the Council Room in Norman Hall.WEDNESDAYTwilight.
Lyceum presented Suite Hebraique, by Ernest
march written by Stephen Fos- .
One starteda On UF Next WeekLectures -
the point. Carlos M 0 n toy a, the well- Campus Bloch, a work rich in that com- ter called "Santa Ana's Re- -
in with .
poem, another jumped known Flamenco Guitarist, in "
emotional and
ooser's intensely
Vista" anda Gator Summer Band
treat From Buena Concert:
the second stanza, a third a program of traditional Gyp- I nationalistic t : which is
was heard with/.the third verse,) dances and other numbers. and an art exhibi- ty in India, 1957-63, and as professor 5:30 p.m. Thursday in Leigh style medley of songs by GeorgeM. and the Summer Choral Union,
contemporary, and yet, evocative -, ..
and perhaps a fourth joined in, Saturday afternoon Jan. 18, tion are among featured acti- of the history of reli- Hall Auditorium. of feelings and ties extend- Cohan entitled" "Star Spangled -6:15 p. m. on the Plaza of

and then ended in a unison the second meeting of the Sen vities on the University of Flor- gions at Baptist Theological back centuries Spectacular. Americas. ."
Fri- ing through oiman's
smash finish.: I ior Honor Group of High School ida campus this week. Seminary in Ramapatnam, In- Piene will speak again MEMORIAL CONCERT .
The songs were all carryingout music students was held. The I The College of Education dia, 196263. His main public day at 1:45 p.m. in McCarty The Gator Summer Band I THURSDAY Religionin -

some Sandburg view and Wednesday morning meetingthat opens its Summer Lecture Series lecture on "The Hindu Tradi- Auditorium on the topic "Dif- Harriet Brask joins the Duoto i plays a concert this afternoonat Life Lecture Modern: "The India"Hindu Tradition Dr. ..,
were well sung by Robert Coul- week of the Gainesville Mu- Monday with Dean JosephB. tion in Modern India" will be ferential Equations in Senior I present Brahms' "Zwei Ge- the Stephen Foster Memorial Law School
I John B. Carman
and flexible White speaking on "Teacher held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in sange fur eine Altstimme mit I ?
son, whose engaging sic Teachers Association pres-, High School Mathematics. All Park in White Springs, Auditorium, 7:30
with Education in 1970" He the Law School Auditoriumi.A Bratsche und Klavier", p.m.
stories opus
voice told his ented an excellent string quin- lectures are to the pub Florida at 3:00: pjn. The band e.-
purity of tone, clean diction, tet, with Verna Nash, Sarah speaks at 1:30 pjn. in Nor-I noted Norwegian mathematician open 91. The two songs are entitled will offer many of the selections National Science Foundation "

and warm feeling. I Gregg, Grace Wirtala, Sally man Hall Auditorium. ''I Rektor Kay W. K. Pi lic. "Gestillte Sehnsucht" and"Geis- slated for inclusion in Wednes- Summer Institute for Teachersof ". "

Lee Speich, .leading actress Dickinson and Wanda Ashley.The Dr. John B. Carnian, assist-' ene, will be the guest lecturerof The UF Department of Art's tliches Wiegenlied". day night's program. Mathematics Lecture" .
with the Players, was an experienced -: Gainesville Youth Orchestra -ant professor of world religionsat the National Science Founda- Clarinetist Jerry Neil Smith "Euclid's 'Elements' Today '
Summer Painting Exhibition, and the Duo will Mo- LOOKING AHEADOn Rektor W. K. Piene,
performer. She preserved with members from bothP. Harvard Divinity School, tion Summer Institute for Teachers present Kay .
her young feeling for the K. Yonge and Gainesville will give a series of ReligioninLife of mathematics Thursday originally scheduled June 1-26, zart's Trio in E flat Major, Tuesday July 7, the Lyceum Guest Lecturer, 5:30 p.m., Leigh

i lines and'could swing into delicious High as well as talented representatives lectures during the and Friday. has been extended through tues- K498, which exploits, in the Council presents Marilyn Hall Auditorium. ..

I comedy, but was entire- from the junior week. He speaks at 1 p.m. on I Rektor Pi- day for Gallery X, 9 a.m. to perfection of Mozart's classical !-,Dubow, violinist. Now in her FRIDAY-Rektor Kay W. K.....

ly capable of .a tender voice, highs, gave its annual concert Tuesday following the Faculty' ene, director' noon and 2 to 5 p.m., weekdays. style, the unique sonoritiesof 'early twenties Miss Dubow first Piene, "Differential Equations r.
color, and the utmost delicate Thursday evening, Janu Christian Fellowship luncheonin of the State the three instruments. II' appeared with the New in Senior High School Mathe-_._

shading in the finer passages. ary 20th, under conductors Dor- the private dining room of Training College ti Professors of art exhibitingtheir TWILIGHT CONCERTThe Philharmonic when she was matics," 1:45 p. m., McCarty

Will Sandy, the group's lead- othy Reaves and Edward Car- the Florida Room in Norm a n for Sec most recent paintings are: Choral Union, accompanied eleven. She received a special -Auditorium. -=

Ing actor, was also a seasoned withen. It was a very fine per. Hall. His topic is "ReThinkingChristian ondary SchoolTeachersin' Roy Craven, Hollis Holbrook, by the Gator Band will offer award at the Second Inter- :
performer with wide experience.He formance. Missions." Lloyd Plautsch's "Canticleto national Tschajkowsky Compe- CONFERENCES

did "stuffed shirt" spots Tuesday evening, the 21st, the Dr. Carman served as a Oslo, Norwaywill Ken Kerslake, P. R. McIntosh, Peace", a setting of the poem tition in Moscow and has also June 28-July 3 6th Annual

beautifully, but the stuffing University Department of Mu- missionary of the American lecture on PIENE Stuart Purser, Joseph Saba. by John Greenleaf Whittier, and been a winner in the Paganin. High School Newspaper Institute -

I came out completely when he sic presented Guy Webb, bass- Baptist Foreign Mission Socie- "Euclid's Elements Today" al; tella and Hiram Williams. also selections from Gilbert Competition in Italy.MEN'S Stadium.SPECIAL .

read his lines with completely i; I

de-bunked whimzy,. and carriedthe \

i sincere weighty power.passages Bill Fegan, foun-with

der-producer of the Players, was PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS:;,

J an all-purpose actor who performed
whatever part was need-

ed with skill and unforced vi- f tYr
t tality. All four entered into the 4 l 1 ,

of Sandburg's barbed pas- '
fun ,
: I
sages with delightful zest, and ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY i'i.;i ,. ...
j ..
his higher level '
is: also thrilled to I
passages.It \ # '"

was an original idea, well \ \.. / ii ;.'" .
I executed by thoroughly compe- \ .
l tent artists who carried the audience Y "-, ...

with them with superb '. ..."'I,' ", ;. ., Ir I
skill. Another hit for the Lyceum t fJa8f' 1 ..
Council. ,
I q: f '

Also Tuesday evening, In the ..0 .
Holiday Inn, two groups from

Gainesville High School furnished 1: -
musical entertainment to .

\ the Lions and their ladies. The

Melodettes a girls singing en-

semble which Is one of the best

of its kind, furnished musicof
merit from finely interpreted '

classics to the best of show
"Blue Moon", I'LL
songs. They sang
Tammy", and "Friendly Per JPf Lr

suasion", all very well received. -

I Those singing were Linda English
Sandefur, Suzanne <-:;:i:tf!'
Lynn -
r Martin, Wanda Hertel, Judy U

I Whitehead and ..
Davis, Kay )
.. Carol Shea.A \ :s < .-- .
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J Sunday, June 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9A

rf_ : "For

i p :Retires at University ; College Fund Runs ShortBy Few OnlyA

Dr. J. Hooper Wise, a member Cents
t of the University of Flori- I

, da faculty for 39 years, retires Per Day"
f Wednesday. NORM LaCOE Trouble Is, 30 students ised help by the Fund mostlyare These are the people the Only students who actually
: ,' Sun Staff Writer times $300 makes $9,000. And not world-beaters. Fund tries to help. need help are considered. A Your Home Can Have
-Professor of English and '
.-: :.... $9,000 is the Gaines- students who screening committee turns
;.Chairman of the C-3 (Reading, ,.. j..t.. .. .f. : Homegrown college help money Mostly though, "COMPLETE"Pest
Writing and Speaking) Department .''''.. ':,. .. .. :. .,".. for home grown kids is a ville Scholarship and Loan burn up their report cards The Fund itself was born in down applications from students -
College :.: .:,:, ., w .. program in trouble. Fund, Inc., does not have. with.A's do not need help of 1958. whose families, it is
.of the University .' Control Service
since 1935, Dr. Wise was ..f... : .' .i; : # .. Not big trouble. But. trouble At present, the Fund's balance fund. For the very bright, That was the year a survey felt, can carry the burden of
.one of the forces behind the .. :Jk .f'. .. just the same. .is about $3,600. Money- there are plenty of scholarships showed that 25 graduating college costs. Students who On. cad does IT SIt
.. '
:program of general education. .',.:rtr, ....'.. :S.;.. Home grown help means raising projects by Gainesville and loans. Gainesville High School seniors want to go to high-tuition, out- and horn treated Iruptc-res-
He has been with the University ::: money to pay college tuition High School students are ex- Nor does the Fund help students would not go to college although of-town schools get little en- for Insects

College. since its inception.Dr. :: .... .,..,;.J' ..l'' costs. It has been promisedby pected to bring in another $2- after the first year. Students they had the potential. couragement.This .our rodents. Puce'
pest control
: Alachua County citizens. 000 or so.Beyond. who have proven them- The reason: money. year, the screen-
''ems In the
Wise received three Home grown kids means selves in college usually can Interested citizens joined to Ing showed 30 students deserv- of competent.
degrees (A.B., M.A.E., and 30 graduates of county high that loom dark qualify for scholarships or create the Fund, and since ing help. Officers pledged :: men
J.D.) from the University of J schools. They all want to go clouds of money worry, say loans. have given it a home of its their help, and now are going know their lobo

Florida and-a Ph. D. from Pea- to college this fall, all need a. fund backers. Officers' of the But for high school students own in the Gainesville Post out to find the money to keep t
body. He is a charter memberof > little bit of help. All have been Fund hope that somewherein facing college portals with Office, Box 1354. their word. .
Florida Blue Key leader- promised about $300, enoughto those clouds is a lining of empty pockets and only pret- As the Fund has become The incoming president, jaurcua

ship fraternity and holds mem- -- -- pay tuition for a year at genuine silver. ty good grades, the walk more widely known, a greater whose first job will be fund- Garden & Pet CenterPhone
bership in Phi Beta Kappa, the University of Florida or through the door is hard to number of students have raising, is Dr. Maurice Ah- FR 6-2661
Phi and other DR. WISE
Kappa numerous
another school. The students who are prom- make. come for help. rens.
> scholastic and professional


.:, Author 'and editor of many
Articles and textbooks in his-

h'osen.field, Dr. Wise also has .
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dary: :and higher educaton..through'serving 0I SAVi;

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man' of the Florida Committeeof : ..... = FREE FRANKS PINKY PIG 49
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Colleges: and Secondary Schools,
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tional Education Association, j' : WHEN YOU BUY W-D FRESHER "" _ib.

among others. TOP .
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He was a pioneer in the FlorIda -
Council of Teachers of Eng-- I VALUE LB TRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN
lish and the Conference on Col- $'AIp$ P # '

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During his career he has :
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, pal of P: K. Yonge,School from 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CHOPPEDSirloin ,N ,r LB. IeJji
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Dr Wise is a member of the Pkg. \

, Board of Trustees of Gaines 25 EXTRA STAMPS with ANY PALMETTO FARMS QUANTITY RIGHTS ', h <"* ,
Methodist Church .
ville's First
and has taught the Men's Bible Prepared PRICES GOOD THRU "
Class of that church for many JUNE 30TH LIMIT 3 WITH .

Prior to, his ,retirement Dr. Cheese : 5 2ib.cuP55* IM ._ _
Wise was honored by his colleagues

with a banquet and pres-
entation of a portrait which will 1:[ !:i: & E ll $ 'J <; ... if y ;tti;: f i 1'] 1tJ: mI: TI *. li" m l _.1 J

hang in the C-3 office at the
University. h \: .. : REG. 35* CRACKIN GOOD CRACKERS

Dr. and Mrs. Wise live at EXTRA STAMPS '" Plums 2 39* Treets. l-Lb. 291.
114 N. W. 20th Terrace and are tb Pkg.

the parents of Dr. Byron H. .' i# PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADED
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t rick both of Gainesville. i > Irt. ":' Shrimp 2 Pkg. Buns 2 8-Ct. 29"EXR

'.200 Animals TOP VALUE STAMPS. 1 .. fi:1 .. Lemonade 91", 99' REG. 29* DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER OR WIENER
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strong turn-out for the ': f. U4 : wQKG . pkg.
Gainesville Pet Show held at X <
Metcalfe Playground Fridayhas TOP WITH VALUE IWt(OuMM AND STAMPS rJUHMl CIt < K _ --_ ...
the Recreation Department C .
hoping to make an annual affair REAL SOUTHERN T. .
I I of the occasion. White Acre Peas I
r Some 200' animalsrangingfrom AT ANY W1NM-MXII 22 591 i. 0" OFF
a flea to a horse were I
entered in the show, which was "
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the Recreation
Department and A 1 a c u a

County Board of Public Instruction 3 PRO:. FROZEN TROPICANA BOTTLE '.

Because of the high numbersof GOOD THRU JUNK 3OTM CARTON I

entries, plus a number .of AT ANY WINN-MXIf 23 ,....................... ,
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just came and watched, recreation ,1&.....' 1 NOT PUT $ r' p SOFT
officials reported they STAMPS [I .t\ '-rr
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show every year.UF Two 2-L PKCS. FROICH 1 1f- :} !I / I DRINKS I
McKENZIE SPECKLEDButterbeans 1 I .. ... .: 1 1 t

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of sanitary engineering at
the University of Florida, has 1 1 1 1 1 I II
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:engineer.,.t.Two police,.,.- -- &Break-ins.Caracas Report-, 69-og; !1I 1e 1I 19 89 1 1 1 1 1/1 1 69 1/1 1/1 69; 1 1 1 1/I 1 1 15 1 1e/1 1/1 5 ,

Stock up for CDok-Outt : Serve Chilled for Breakfast : Limit 1 with )2JO ord. or more 1 Comport Quality and Price 12- throw away cons 1Fast... Easy..Tety Breoko.. Limit 3 ot this low price
:4(o break-Ins occurred 'In

the city in the past 36 hours, iLf.
Gainesville Police reported. = T

John Clifton, 741 NW 5th Ave.

&reported bathroom silver an watch,window entry was at through his reported borne.a The Smart Place To Go. .. For Good Things To EatJ

pissing. .
Lee 'Daniels, owner of the ro '

Speakeasy at 614 N W 13th _t _
It, said someone rifled his
{ute box of $25 Friday.

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HOSPITAL SUIT 2 Killed Near Cross City / :

W ', Two persons died after a 66- The Florida Highway Patrol after trying to adjust the car's Mrs. Train was reported tn-
General Hospitalhas year-old. woman lost controlof reported Mrs. Yuba Train of air conditioner.Mrs. good condition with bruise.
the auto she was driving Orlando ran out of control and lacerations. She was:
$125,000 damage I
appealed a Gladys Hoffmeir, 66,
x Friday some two miles northof some 610 feet into a pine tree charged with failing to have '.
;c:;: verdict returned againstit of Orlando, was dead on arrival -,
: Cross' City on U.S: 19. vehicle under control.
Circuit Court '
by a jury
; at the University of Florida .
June 17 in a suit by CliffordC. The Aleutian earthquake of Health Center. Mrs. The accident was investigated -

y. .. :- :: L Courson in the death of his Tear Gas Sold 1946 produced 55-foot-high waveson Train's husband, Charles, 69, by Trooper Joel C. Pi-
infant son.Hospital. the shores of the Hawaiian died Saturday of injuries suffered -gue, assisted by Sgt. J., H.
attorney WilliamC. PARIS (AP-American and Islands where some 150 lives in the wreck, the hospi Ross of the Highway P a trol'
O'Neal asked the circuit were lost. tal reported. Cross City substation.
court to set aside the verdict other newspapers and magazines I
grant a new trial on groundsthe will be placed on sale to I

law and evidence did not Czechoslovakia, starting July 1.! HERE AT LAST
support the verdict; or granta A group of Western circula- !
motion for a remittur, giving COIN-OP_
tion managers in Paris, arranged
a new trial unless the 1
Coursons will consent to a the deal with Viktor i i Gator RI JRRf b 7{O)1iJ/1 CAR WASH
I smaller award. Lederer of the Czechoslovak 1
The Courson' child I ,.!.. ,. i...
strangledon for the first such \
postal system I"!""-'!!! .
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.t while in a crib at the hospit seized power in Prague in 1948.I i1" o: .. 1

al's day care nursery. I Excellent for Cleaning hngines, :!J' :

I AANYWHERE too. Owners-Joe and Maxene 2 5 C .
Hears Problems Your Hamilton and I
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NEW DELHI, India (AP)- aS SatisfactionAlways by SOFSPRA, a division of Aid., t
the ParadeThis India's Home Minister G. L. 0 Inc. The of
Before originator Coin-Op
Tuaregs, or "blue men, a Nanda, who pledged to cut gov- Assured for 5 min. .
boat, in yesterday's parade marking Na- nomadic tribe of western Africa, ernment corruption or quit, has CREVASSE FLORIST Car Washes. '1! ..''ro'"" ,
tional Safe Boat Week here, didn't budge an inch keep their faces covered with set aside one hour each morn ;" -
veils 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. 407 N.W. 8th AVENUE i
while pretty Rhonda Hooten was perched in such a .leaving only the eyesvisible. ; ing to hear complaints from the Phone FR 6-2514 fi''SI''V\

precarious position. She moved inside withRoger people about bureaucracy. G GWash'n
Ehrig when the parade started-and that's where -
good safety practices prescribes all passengers
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Corbin S. Cornell Wins

Clean-Up Slogan Contest J
"Paint and 0 Clean, Plant coin High School for outstanding -
and Repair j Help make classroom projects.A .
Gainesville the City Fair," $25 cash prize went to
Wear Furniture For Practical
was the winning slogan in a J. J. Finley for the highest! Living
contest sponsored by the city's percentage of voluntary home
annual Clean Up, Paint Up fire inspection requests. I

Fix The- Up winners Campaign.of three contests Easily removed covers of heavy carpet weight viscose guaranteed machine

I Children & Adults
the best- including slogan -the were one announced forI, washable tumble dry. Wash and replace in a couple ours. .Y.

by Chairman. Wilbur -'r -

Harling.The winning slogan was submitted I Made in Florida use all pieces feature Foam Cushions for the .

by Corbin S. Carnell, v ultimate in comfort. Covers for further
an English professor at the are replaceable economy.
University. Second prize in
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shine Clean-Up, Paint-Up,

Prizes were $75, $25 and $15' All lounges serve

paint gift certificates. I INSTRUCTORLessons dual purpose for s ,
Public school prizes were
awarded to Littlewood Elementary Given in The extra ,. yv
J. J. Finley, A. Quinn
HOLIDAY INN sleeping -' -M
Jones Elementary, and Lin-
Files Suit In
Death of Child
John R. Farrell, 1062 N. E.I z 4 r l 1, s .
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Alachua County Circuit Court i CALL

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t Cadette Scouts'how to fish. Pictured from left 'to right are Patricia Davis, Deidre
,. Lukoski and Tanya Powers. .
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GoinetviUe Sun Sunday June 28, 1964H's -

The Last Full Week In June. HoppelBeachMiss

and James Sandra Hoppel Lugenia Purcell Beach matching dress of green accessories organza and with

Jr. were married on June carried a nosegay of pink

19, at the First Christian carnations.Mr. .
r Christian Church, Kissimmee, Robert Lueck of St.
Pitz Petersburg was best man.
Fla.Rev.. James R. Cox per- The bride's mother wore a
formed the double ring cere- blue lace sheath with white
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Miami, are all sisters of the accessories, and the motherof

'7a ea4 c ,1x Q.AI4as Miss Paula Jean Wyman and bridegroom. They wore floor \ i a mony.The bride wore a sheath of the bridegroom chose a

Frederick Henry Pitz were length gowns of petal pink a i white lace over satin. Her beige embroidered 1 i n en.'
married on Saturday evening silk organza appliqued with '> shoulder length veil of illusion sheath with white accessories.Both .

at the Faith Presbyterian embroidery, and matchinghead t hIiflf1IIUi't fell from a head piece of wore corsages of white

Chapel in Melrose.Dr. pieces of Marquisette 11 JfIlfJL ,- white organza and satin. She carnations and sweetheart ros
rw James Neale performed attached to a bow. They car- r tttflhIt3t r carried a white Bible adorn-
the double ring ceremony ried nosegays: of pink pom- ed with 'a white carnationsand her traveling ensem-
before a background of brass pons. ; I orchids, and wore a ble, the bride wore a two

candelabra and white and George Putnam, of Orlando pearl necklace, a gift from piece, white and navy, dress

brass trimmed baskets of brother in law of the : rh i iyy the bridegroom.Miss with white accessories.The .
pink chrysanthemums and bridegroom was best man. U L- Elizabeth Ann Gools- newlyweds will make

white stock. Ushers were Barry Wyman, by of Gainesville, was maidof their home in Gainesvilleafter

yam.T Mrs. Neale played nuptial Keystone Heights, brother of ig t $ honor. She wore a sheath September 1.

organ music. the bride, and Albert Wehl-

The bride is the daughterof berg of Gainesville.The 4 :1 ;
x ,' ,F a bride's mother chose apeacock PlansPlans I
a x Mr. and Mrs. Whitney C. Wedding

Wyman of Keystone Heights, blue silk voile &r .JL Y C
and the bridegroom is the sneath dress with a bodice of t4

son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Chantilly lace, and matching are announced todayfor of honor. Bridesmaids will
Pitz of South West Miami, accessories for her daughter's tI :? the wedding of Miss Kar- be Miss Lois Fullager, Miss

I :/ : w t a formerly of Gainesville. wedding. She, carried a bou- en Kaye Francisco and Pam Mathews, Miss Sandra
Given in marriage by her quet of white roses. James Stevens Thames II, Chappel and Miss Judy Fer

father, the bride.wore a floor The bridegroom's mother which will be an event of guson. Miss Linda Franciscoof
blue 25 at 7 at the Wilkes Barre, Pa., will
SYn Y length gown of silk organza wore a silver Chantilly July p.m.
K over taffeta. A controlled lace sheath dress and match- yore First Baptist Church. be junior bridesmaid, and

panel skirt with a bustle ing accessories. She wore a The bride-elect is the daughter Miss Windi Lee Hallman
niece of the bride, will be
back over a circular chapel corsage of roses.A of Mrs. Wanda Francisco -
train complimented the gown. reception followed the and the bridegroomelectis flower girLUshers
a t The .bride wore an open pill ceremony at- the church. i M the son of Paul C. Thames will be William V.
? sS ->-- Barkley Jr., Robert R o w e,
box of taffeta roses and crys- Miss Julie Cheves of and the late Mrs. CarolynS.
Mrs. James Wind sor EichelsderferEichelsderferHill Peter J. Hahn Jr. and Terry
tals.attached, to a tiered veil Gainesville kept the bride's Thames.
A'yes Evan Stechmiller.
,,;< " Mrs. Wilson Curtis Bell carried a bouquet of white Daytona Beach, cousin of be Mrs. Thomas H. Hall- A reception at the will church.follow the
the bride distributed the rice ceremony
I roses. man, College Park, Ga., sister Friends of the couple are
Mrs. George Putman of Or- bags.
BellRieglerHIALEAH of the bride-elect, matron invited to attend.Brides' .
lando matron of honor, and After a honeymoon In the

Miss Patricia Pitz and Miss Smokies the couple will re- Solemnized Friday eveningwas a corsage of pink carnationsand

-Mr. and Mrs. wore peach silk organza Mary Lou Pitz, both of side in Miami. the marriage of Mis s orchids.A i
Wilson Curtis Bell were mar- dresses and carried bouquetsof ---- Book
Brenda Phyllis Hill and James
reception was given by
ried on June 20, at the First aqua carnations.
Windsor Eichelsderfer, which the bride's parents followingthe
Methodist Church in Hialeah. 4
Jimmy Powell of Gaines- TODAY, June 28 bein, bride-elect of Arthur
The bride, formerly Miss ville was best man. Ushers Ca f took place at the Southside ceremony in the social Patio party honoring Miss McMillan Dunscombe, Miss

Nancy Joyce Riegler, is the were David Jones of Ala III Baptist Church. hall.The Jean Thrasher, Mr. and Mrs. Donna Marie Beard, 7:30: p.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. chua, nephew of the bridegroom Rev. Gene Keith performed bride's table was over- Johnny Wines of Ocala, Mr. m., 1614 NW 21st Avenue.

M. Riegler of Hialeah. The and Peter Davidsonof the double ring candle- laid with a lace tableclothof and Mrs. Flirt Hester of Ala- Kitchen shower honoring

bridegroom is the son of Mr. Tampa, brother-in-law of light ceremony before an altar antique white over yel chua, and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Miss Jane Hannon, bride-
and Mrs. Curtis Bell of For t
the bride. decorated with basketsof low. The centerpiece was ry Turner, 5:30: p.m., Turner elect of James A. Adkinson .
est Grove. Miss Barbara Horn was gladioli, carnations and made by bridesmaids bou residence. Jr., Mrs. Dick Sanders,
The double ring ceremonywas flower girl, and Jeffrey
quets. Misses Pam and Sherry San-
pompons. MONDAY, June 20
performed by Rev. Davidson of the
nephew "
A pn Linen shower complimenting ders, 8 p.m., 2254 NW 11th
Achenhusen before an altar bride, was ring bearer. The bride is the daughterof Mrs. Burton Terry cut the I'
Patricia Ann Reh- Avenue.
I adorned with white! chrysan The bride's mother wore Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. wedding cake, and Mrs. An- Miss

themums, gladioli and green- an orchid lace dress and + rb Hill, and the bridegroom is thony Swilley poured punch.

ery.Given matching accessories. The .: \ the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank McGahagin assisted -
in marriage by her bridegroom's mother wore a Windsor T. Eichelsderfer of with the hospitalities and

father the bride wore a gownof dusty rose lace dress and .' Melrose. Miss Marie Hines kept th e
white silk organza over matching accessories. Both bride's book.
bridal satin. Her shoulder Given in marriage by her r
wore corsages of purple or- tii1ii.
length veil of illusion fell chids.A father the bride wore a gownof The bride wore a white S
from a head piece of pearls white satin, featuring an lace suit and turquoise acces-
and crystal beads. She car- dinner was given by the a Y4H antique lace bodice. Her fin sories for her traveling en
bride's at the Miami
ried a bouquet of white parents gertip veil of illusion fell semble.

chrysanthemums, roses and Springs Country Club. Yy ,,Z from a crown of sequins and
After from hon After a honeymoon th e
returning a
i an orchid. seed pearls. She wore a cameo -
Miss Lois Hallgren attended eymoon in Jamaica the :necklace, a gift of the newlyweds will make their .- :.i'-

the bride as maid of hon couple will make their homein bridegroom, and carried a home in Melrose.

or. She wore a street length Gainesville.The w e bouquet of white carnationsand 1.

dress of aqua silk organza bride was graduatedfrom 2 a .Y an orchid, with ivy.
_t with matching accessories, the University of Flori- !
and carried a bouquet of da where she was a member Miss JoAnne Eichelsderfer, ttII'VANITY ;
peach colored carnations. of Sigma Kappa soror sister of the bridegroom was FAIR

Bridesmaids were Miss ity. The bridegroom was Mrs. Frederick Henry Pits maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere sid
s Jeanette Bell, of Gainesville, graduated from the Univer- Miss Barbara Hines

i sister of the bridegroom, and sity of Florida, where he and Miss Sherry Newman. SPECIALlightasair '
Mrs. Peter Davidson, sisterof plans to enter law school in
the bride, of Tampa. TheyWhiteheadLewis September.ers DalyFolkesHOLLY 0 They wore street length
dresses of yellow brocade *
and brasIN
taffeta,. yellow satin headpieces lycra girdles'

I HILL Mr. and carnations. Floyd Gra and they carried cas-
Mrs. Arthur Gary Daly were ham served as best man. Ushers cade bouquets of yellow and VANITY FAIR

married on June 13, at the were Joseph Lee and Den- white carnations., ompons FASHION COLORSTO
Revival Tabernacle, Daytona nis Watts. and ivy.Robert.
Beach. Rev. Don Powell per MATCH YOUR
The bride's mother wore a Edward Scully was LINGERIE
I formed the ceremony.The FAVORITE
II I powder blue sheath dress and best man. Ushers were David I ,,
bride is the former pink accessories. The bride- Eichelsderfer, brother of

Miss Patricia Diana Folkes, groom's mother wore a yel- the bridegroom, and Lee Coul-
{ daughter of Mrs. Walter C. low and white sheath dress, ter. at wonderful once-a-year savings
Folkes, of Holly Hill, and the and yellow 'accessories.A .
1J late Mr. Folkes. The bridegroom Miss Angela Swilley, nieceof I
is the son of Mr. and reception followed the the bride, was flower girl. They're flawlessly designed for control and comfort in Lycra so light you

Mrs. Arthur F. Daly of Day- ceremony Assisting at with the the Holiday hospital Inn. She wore a yellow dress. I forget you're wearing it till you see your pretty new figure! Do comein

tona Beach. ities were Mrs. J. H. Griffin, Michael Hill, cousin of the and scoop up these treasures before they go back to their: regular prices.

Given in marriage by her Mrs. W. D. Griffin and Miss bride, was ring bearer. You'll always be glad!

uncle, R. L. Jones of Gainesville Irene Griffin of Gainesville,
bride's mother Little Diamond Pantie SML
the bride wore a white Mrs. Floyd Graham and Mrs. The worea ,
lace gown with a chapel Nina Vann. turquoise sheath dress, reg. 7.95; NOW 5.95 limited time!'I
I- train and a crown of crys- white accessories, and a corsage -
Mrs. Calvin and Little Diamond Girdle SMLreg.
tals and pearls. Ellington kept of white carnations ,
the bride's book. orchids. The bridegroom's 6.95; NOW 4.95 Lycra Limber Girdle, SML

Miss Virginia Folkes, sis- The newlyweds are mak- mother chose a pink lace reg. 7.95; NOW 5.95reg.
ter of the bride, was maid of ing their home in Holly Hill. suit, beige accessoriies, and I Everybody's Bra, ABC
honor. She chif 'r __ I Vantastic Bra C Cup
I wore a pink 3.95; NOW 2.95 ,
II I fon dress, matching accessor- reg. 5.95; NOW 4.95
1 ies, and carried a bouquetof Lycra Limber Long Leg a

pink and white carnations. Pantie Girdle, SML Vantastic Bra, D Cup
e Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lin- 6.95 NOW 5.95
10.95 NOW 8.95 reg. ;
da Ann Smysol of Gaines- reg. ;

ville, cousin of the bride, and : f/X. Foundations

Miss Janice Daly, sister of Shop211'FborPRE4th "
the bridegroom. They worea 11v,' 1 .

green chiffon dress, match-

ing accessories, And carried <
bouquets of green and white CLEARANCELADIES

J Wedding VowsExchanged /dl I 1 SPRING & SUMMER SHOES

Were 16.99 to 22.99NOW 14.90

Were 12.99 to 14.99 . . NOW 10.90
. Mrs. Michael James Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Power -

Mattingly were married on i Were 11.99, to 14.99 . . NOW 9.90
Mr. and Mrs. Olin C. Lewis and
pink roses.
June 12, in Kinsley, Ga.
announce the marriage of Carlis A. Taylor served the The bride ,is the former Were 9.99 to 11.99 .'. . NOW 7.90Were
their daughter, Miss Donna bridegroom as .best man. GALLERIKS ;
Miss Wanda Marlene Fa- 7.99 9.99. . NOW 5.90You'll i
Carlene Lewis to Michael For her daughter's wed- to .
daughter of Mrs. Ruth
I James Whitehead son of ding the bride's mother worea quay
I Fuquayand the late LL ,
Mr. and Mrs. James H.White- blue linen dress t- casual
matching C. O. Fuquay, and the grand- BW BM \ find dress, i
head of Gainesville. The wedding accessories, and a corsage of .
decorator service and flat styles In an array -
took place on June 20, pink roses.A ble.The
bridegroom is the son
at the First Baptist Church, reception followed the of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mat- of color?. All from our
Rockville Md. ceremony at the home of the and of
tingly, the grandson stock.
Given in marriage by her bride's sister in Bethesda. Mr. and Mrs. Power Boyleof regular

father the bride wore a gown Floral appointments decorated Miami. .

of white Chantilly lace. Her the house. The bride wore I bone colored r ,..-r -
yen fell from a tiara of seed Mrs. Ernest Waters aunt suit and brown accessories .;
pearb, and sh. 'carried a of.the bride poured punch for her wedding ensem-i -U.S. Kedette Clearance-
bouquet of pink roses and and Miss Betty Lewis, cousin i

welt stock. of the bride, kept the ble.After a weddfflf trip to SEE OUR DAIBlOCKER i OUR ENTIRE STOCK, were 3.99 to 5.99. Now| 2.97Into

Mr*. Cariii A. Taylor at- bride's book. Washington. D. c., and MIami 1-
:>".led bet dater aa matron Th newlyweds win make the newlywed win t TlJRNIPSEED "
.* nnna .. She wort a alai their'home at Cherry Point, matt their ham in Great >, I and

!.ff.ta dress and r Oar (I N. C.. where the bridegroom Lakes, .ID., vet the brH i ShoesStreet, ""',
Sulk. tact And peu1I.nicu- :;ir ttrvinfMritK' the. U. S. groom i* ttadooed with! tni FURNITURE CO. OCALA : : "
[ Marine U. S. j : ,,;!;.
fled a bouquet ale jjric2 sow- Corps. Navy.

n 1 T ,.

.. June 23. 1964 Gainesville Sun 3B
.. .n. .:, ,

;n.And::. Wedding Bells Are Ringing Loudly


Burr-Edqar I Luncheon ComplimentsRebecca I

.may abbe r.
Miss Janet E. Cooper, man. Ushers were Harry Coo
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. per and Elwin Cooper, brothers -
Harry E. Cooper of Homestead of the bride. : Rebecca Wanninger, mother, Mrs. Mildred Wan-
elect of Allen Hunt, ninger; Mrs. W. L. Cabaniss,
became the bride of For her daughter's wedding \ V bride -
Edgar S. Burr, son of Mr. Mrs. Cooper chose shell ; was complimented at a luncheon grandmother of the honoree,
and Mrs. Bernard E. Burr pink crepe and matching ac T. .bi on Saturday, given by and Mrs. M. M. Hunt, mother -

4, 1 of Bethesda, Md., on June cessories. She wore a 'corsage Mrs. Bennet Ford and Miss of the bridegroom-elect.
20, in the lona Chapel of the of white carnations. The Cherry Ford at the Tower Miss Wanninger was also
s ", k6x ; First Presbyterian Church.Dr. bridegroom's mother wore House. presented with a gift of china
'f Ralph Peek officiated at powder blue shantung dress -4 r t Yellow and white floral appointments in her chosen pattern.
the double ring ceremony with white accessories anda d e cor a ted the Places were marked for

.4 ;a 4 w sp 4 ,wI performed before an altar corsage of white carna- luncheon.table. the honoree, Mrs. Mildred
decorated with white stock, tions.A Corsages of yellow and Wanninger, Mrs. W. L. Cabaniss -
chrysanthemums, and palms reception in the church O VIZr white carnations were pres- Mrs. M. M. Hunt, Mrs.
and burning tapers Willis parlor followed the cere- ented to the honoree, her Milton St. Peter, Mrs. Keith

Bodine, organist, played mony. Mrs. Ruth Peek kept Adams, Mrs. David Hunt,
: ??4 I traditional nuptial m u s i c. the bride's book. Mrs. Carolyn Deane, Miss
? y Mrs. Gerald Forbes was via For her traveling ensemble Anniversary Genie Cummings, and Miss
__ n' linist. the bride wore a navy linen Julie Cheves.
Given in marriage by her dress with a matching lace CelebrationIs Miss Wanninger and Mr.

father the bride wore a gownof coat, and white accessor- PlannedHIGH Hunt will exchange vows on

Chantilly lace and peau August 8.going. _
"' ies.The will reside in :: SPRINGS Mr. and
de soie, embroidered with couple -
I ?', r r r sprays of irridescent sequinsand Washington, D. C. after Aug- a aH Mrs. W. H. Swilley of High
Y v h seed pearls. The chapel ust 1, 1964. Springs, will celebrate their
train was accented by a bow Mrs. Burr received herB. golden wedding anniversaryon
h of silk, outlined in lace. Her A. degree in Elementary July 3.
veil of illusion was attachedto Education from Stetson Uni- A reception will be given In on R
a Juliet cap of Chantilly versity and her M. A. degree h their honor by their daugh-
{ 4. lace embroidered with sequins from the University of Flor- % ters Mrs. J. W. Wilson and a business trip?
!. and pearls. She carrieda ida. She is currently em- Mrs. Alfred Carson of High
cascade of white carnations ployed in the Special Educa- tc =r RyY. Springs, at the Wilson home. A

K ':fQi 'PTY i. R centered with a white orchid. tion Department of Alachua The reception hours will be Mt k \1nA':

1 i F t 46'i Mrs. Earl Sawyer was ma- County School System.Her from 7 to 10 p.m.
,,',",vi> tron of honor. She husband graduated from .
i,.. _. y .--.- : wasteDirs. .""--- wore a ;j- ".' i.... ....J All friends and relatives are
floor of the University of Maryland <
length gown lavender .
invited to attend.
Hardeman Wjlie Jr.
silk organza, fashioned where he received his B. S. Mrs.
Edward Brooks StephensStephensHoffman
with a softly pleated skirt. degree in Mechanical Engi-
I She wore a string of pearls neering. He is currently em- WylieCarlisleMiss
and carried a cascade of lavender ployed as a Patent Examiner -

and white pompoms. in the U. S. Patent Of- '

Ronald Sumner was best fice. Christina Mangum Car- Jr., Mrs. William Chandler, James Powell, Mr. and Mrs. SLJ r .
WICHITA Kans. Solem- low and white daisies and lisle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal Mrs. Albert Salokar all of Mi- -
nized June 20, was the mar- chrysanthemums.Richard Mrs. Wayne McDonald Carlisle William Avera, Mrs. Bur- ami; Mrs. E. L. Carlisle, of Do you have an ..._:..:\.-
riage of Miss Mary Louise B. Stephens, brother and Moffatt Hardeman ton Woodward, Mrs. John Auburndale; paternal grand- r up-to-date family portraitto
Hoffman of Wichita Kans., of the bridegroom, was 9 Wylie Jr., son of Dr. and Harrison, Mrs. Gardner mother of the bride; Mr. and take with you? Our
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond best man. Ushers were Mich- Mrs. Moffatt Hardeman Wy- Cowles III, Mrs. Darrel Mase, Mrs. Kelly Carlisle, Mrs. and photographers are experts
B. Hoffman, of Bellevue ael Gracy and Donald Ro- lie of Augusta, Ga., were Mrs. Robert Johnson Mrs. Mrs. Gardner Cowles III of -know how to show
Wash., and Edward land of Gainesville Richard married on Saturday after- M. 1. Rudderman Mrs. Geo. Lakeland, Dr. and Mrs. Ste jour family at its best.
Brooks Stephens, son of Mr. Ross David Leach Donald noon at the First Methodist Spache, Mrs. R. C. Sanders, phen Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Come see us soon. See
and Mrs. Edward R. Stephensof Harmison and Fredric Bright. Church. and Mrs. Claude Michael. John C. Sanken, Mr. and the difference professional

Gainesville.The A"' reception followed the Rev. Thomas Mitchell offi- The bride's book was kept Mrs. Z. Boyce Mangum all t photography can make.
wedding took place at ceremony at the church. ciated at the ceremony! per- by Mrs. Russell Cowles Miss of Augusta; Miss Julia Wy-
the Blessed Sacrament Assisting with the hospital- formed before an altar bank- Pam Sanders and Miss Lin- lie, Rock Hill, C. S., and Miss

Church, Wichita, and was per- ities were Mrs. Richard Ste- ed with palms and adorned da and Miss Sharon Carlisle, Carrie Miller of Chester, S.C.

formed by Father Eugene phens, Miss Patty Don n e r with topiary trees of white cousins of the bride.
Gerber. and Miss Andi Flynn. ., daisies and ivy, and brass Rice bags were distributedby Surfing
The bride wore a floor After a honeymoon in Kan- trees holding white tapers. Pamela and Jimmy Pow- who just naturally
length gown of white peau de sas City, the newlyweds will Given in marriage by her ell, Michael and Ann Salo- love anything made for men
soie, featuring appliqucd lace reside in Gainesville where father the bride wore a gownof kar, cousins of the bride and and boys are wild about male

on the bodice and skirt, anda Mr. Stephens will be associ- t. i imported silk organza over Randy, Ronnie and Robin surfing trunks, especially
chapel train. Her veil fell ated with Purvis, Gray and tissue taffeta with appliquesof Rudderman.The when they have flat figures. GAINESVILLE'SLEADING l I
j from a crown of seed pearls, Powers. sr r re embroidered Alencon bride chose a melon The girl versions are hip- I
and she carried a bouquet of Attending the wedding from lace. The gown featured a colored three piece suit and hung in stretch denim or ma- PHOTOGRAPHERFOR
white. roses. Gainesville were Mr. and slight A line skirt in front white accessories for her- dras check string tied and OVERTWENTYFIVE
Mrs. Byron Wiley was ma- Mrs. Edward R. Stephens, 4,, cascading into a chapel traveling ensemble. with watch pockets. The really YEARS
tron of honor, and Miss Ann parents of the bridegroom train. Her tiered bouffant veil After a honeymoon at Sea big difference is that the Phone FR 6-5323
C. G. Mix 'nswr fell from box of Island, Ga., the newlyweds girl types have bras. 821 N.W. 13th St.
Hoffman, sister of the bride, and Dr. and Mrs. h a pill crown
will make their home in Au-
was maid of honor. Brides- son, grandparents of the matching silk organza appli- I
maids were Miss Susie Corrigan bridegroom.The qued with re-embroidered Al- gusta.
Miss Julie Wittmaon and bridegroom's parents 4 cncon lace and tiny seed Out of town guests included -
Mrs. Dennis Wright. entertained at a rehearsal din- pearls. She carried a bou- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bil- 3LtLakJAUTOMATIC 1
zer, maternal of
The attendants wore yellow ner for members of the quet of roses, orchids, stepha- I eL
the bride, Mr. and Mrs.Mzcdl .
notis and
sheath dresses wedding party and the fam- ivy.
crepe Miss Melanie
y. Carlisle, sisterof
carried of yel- ilies.
and bouquets -"'--' rdA: ;:Ed gar S. BurrMortonSaunders the bride, was maid of honor ELECTRIC I

The bridesmaids were (
Miss CharleneBoggs of Jacksonville HO'Mt14\o.bu! : COFFEE MAKER 1
Lee-Fult I
; Miss Barbara Buns, in Luxurious
Miss Mary Ann Buswell, Miss I By BOB OAKLEY
WILLISTON Miss Fran- bowl containing an arrange Rosemary Johnson Miss
ces Saunders and Whitfield ment of pink hydrangeas.The Marcia Mase and Miss Pam I ANSWERS TO SOME
Morton were married on newlyweds will make Spache. OF YOUR QUESTIONSr 3T& Rogers() Sifotr[ ComprnA I

June 21, at the First Baptist their home in Williston until The attendants wore floor I
Church of Williston. the end of August, when they length sheath gowns of maize Question is Mediterranean : What-
The bride is the daughterof plan to go to Heidelburg, cotton voile completely tuck- style?
Mrs. A. J. Mixson and Germany, where Mrs. Mor- ed with insets of lace. They r Answer: This : ,
.ar ,
Mr. Morton is the son of ton plans to continue teach- wore large brimmed garden (" is on increas- .. J44e .

Mrs. Nina Blair, of Williston. ing.Out hats of matching maize 4ft.-. 4 style ingly popular used fqii..,; ,

The double ring ceremonywas of town guests included braid and velvet streamers ... ". a mostly in bedroom -
performed by the Rev. : Col. William Bidwell, and carried a basket arrangement : and din,
N. L. Langford of the North Robert Bidwell, Mr. and Mrs. of white daisies .,.-- ..', ing room suites.?I
However its influence \\ Mq
Central Baptist Church of Jack Brumbough, Elizabeth and ivy. A is also, 2
Gainesville. Thunderburk, Myra Agnes, Miss Susan Clayton was being seen in I
Arrangements of white Mildred Nelson, Lorena flower girl. She wore a Bob Oakley lamps tables ,

gladioli, greenery and light- Thomas, all of Orlando; Miss maize nylon organza dress and as the Mediterranean name-! ;Iq 'JlYf)'J Jd15

r ed candles formed a back- Winnie Courtney, Anna with a bouffant skirt and a I implies is borrowed from the j r ;
r ground for the ceremony. Keene and Gladys Teed tucked cummerbund. furniture and architecture of I :t j
Nuptial music was provided Winter Park; C. B. Ballare Dr. Wylie served his son one or more of the Mediterranean -, r 9 r:/
countries, .
by Mrs. Albert Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pitts and as best man. Ushers were Spain Italy Greece particularly and the i
r organist, accompanying W. Mr. A. J. Mixson, Tampa; Ernest Wylie and William Wy- Arab countries. '"j'rr;;
J. Stark violinist. Miss Miss Ethel and Miss Lucille lie brothers of the bride- Question: I have a 15x22 I r''rk. r ;f : :
Linda Powell was soloist Home, Jacksonville; Mrs. groom B e njamin M a son, feet living room but it has, ":! ; t
so windows doors and //4.
The bride, given in marri- Bess Hagerty of Crystal River Finley Merry, John MurrayJr. openings many that there is practically ; j
age by her brother, Charles ; Mrs. Marjorie Fagley, and Henry Marks III, all no wall space. How con ,,: J.1 J
Mixson ,of Lake City, wore a Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Augusta.The I possibly furnish this room? 4yG ; ;
street length dress of Swiss Mixson Cynthia and Mary bride's mother chose a problem Answer, :but You it's do one hove that a 11 ";.t f< j
lace over white satin, with a Florence Lake City; Mr. pale aqua imported Chinese has been solved many times. ( i: 4r 1
full length lace cape and hat and Mrs. Ed Barker, 'Palm silk crepe sheath dress over- Hove your furniture dealer or I ,/',
a, to match She carried a white Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mix- laid with French lace, and decorator see the room and '.'
he win show you several ways I
Bible and an orchid. son, Gainesville; Mr. and adorned with hand beading, to furnish this room attrac
Mr. Marjorie Fagley, sis- Mrs. J. R. Ditty, Ocala; Miss sequins and silver beads, tively. .F r
ter of the bride, was matronof Doris Camp, Mt. Dora; Mrs.L. for her daughter's wedding.She Question: Shall I use a. .N
honor. She wore a pink E. Thompson, Ft. Lauder- wore matching accessor- picture sofa or a mirror over my,:.

crepe dress with matching dale; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ies and an orchid corsage. Answer: Either is appropriate I
. Mrs. Delo Lee Jr. accessories and carried a McClelland, Lakeland; Miss The bridegroom's mot her but if your room is

ORANGE HEIGHTSMiss was matron of honor. She nosegay of carnations. Della Rosenberg Starke; Mr. wore a shell pink sheath en- small room look a mirror larger.will make the I: ',
Serving as best man was and Mrs. J. K. Mixson, De- semble matching accessories
Jill Fultz and Delo Lee Jr., wore a pink chiffon dress. Question: I like blues end'
RondaJph! Ditty of Ocala, land; Mrs. Josephine Wilson, and an orchid corsage. greens should I use them in
married June 20, at hostess's dream for entertaining...this
were on Bob Lee, brother of the brother-in-law of the bride- Misses Helen and Harriett Following the ceremony thebride's equal amounts? ,
the Orange Heights Bap- Answer Here few, electric coffee maker _
at designed
served best : are a exquisitely
bridegroom groom. Ushers were Wilson, and Miss Mary At- parents entertained at :
and Don'ts
to guide :
tist man. Ushers were Jim Lee of Hartley, Joe Mixson of kinson, Bronson, and Mrs.L. a reception given at the Have one color dominateand will automatically brew 20 cups of delicious 95
Rev. Bob Cooper pertormedthe Hawthorne, Andy Fultz, brother Gainesville, John Parmelee, E. Thompson, Ft Lauderdale Gainesville Golf and Country I repeat it at least once' coffee, shut itself off, and keep the t
double ring ceremony be- of the bride, and Merle Dick Lee, nephew of the Club. I in Confine upholstery or draperies.color schemeto I beverage piping hot ready to seme. Con Hvi
fore an altar adorned with Settle of Charleston, S. C. bridegroom and Ralph Par- Crescents of daisies yellow a few your colors-no more trot! knob regulates strength of coffee. ,.d.T..

palms, baskets of spring flow- Following the ceremony thebride's malee, Gainesville. Patio PartyMiss roses, ivy and jade fern than two or three in different Electric heating unit is fully approved by
ers, and three bronze cande- Mrs. Mixson, mother of the decorated the foyer. The re- values and intensities. ,
Includes electric
parents entertained at Choose the wall and Underwriters Laboratories.
labra holding white tapers. a reception in the educational bride, wore a blue silk or- Jean Thrasher, bride- ception room was decorated colors or the draperies -I cord. Perfect for gift-giving.
:Mrs. Carl O'Berry presented building. Spring flowers and ganiza over taffeta dress and elect of Wayne Rickman will with bouquets of roses. first because they are the'
organ music, and Reggie blue hat, and white acces- be feted at a patio party The bride's table was centered largest areas. Bear in mind
were the appoint- that B-L FINE GIFTS DEPT.
greenery I it is ecsier to match
Brown was soloist. ments decorating the cake sories. She wore a corsageof given this afternoon by Mr. with the wedding cake paint to a fabric than to find a
The bride is the daughterof and punch table. white carnations.The and Mrs. Johnny W. Wines and flanked by silver cande- I just the right shade fabricto
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Fultzof bridegroom's mother of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Flirl labra adorned with roses, go with the point.
Orange Heights, and the Assisting with the hospital- wore a beige silk dress, blue Hester of Alachua, and Mr. stock, daisies, and ivy. Gar- II I II I s
bridegroom is the son of Mr. ities were Miss Nancy Round- hat, and bone accessories. and Mrs. Henry Turner, at lands of smilax were used. k I
and Mrs. Delo Lee Sr., of tree, Mrs. Douglas Dukes, She wore a blue carnation ,the Turner home. The punch table was decorated i I
j Aberdeen, S. D. Miss Elaine Bender, Mrs. corsage.A The guest list will includeMr. with arrangements of 0
Given in marriage by her Dewayne Brown, Mrs. Robert reception was held at the and Mrs. B. E. ThrasherJr. roses, stock daisies and ivy.
father, the bride wore a gownof Philpot Mrs. Dan Brown, Williston Woman's Club immediately Mr. and Mrs. Gene 1 Assisting with the hospitalities -
silk organza over net, with Mrs. Bryce Titus kept the following the wed- Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Harry at the reception were THE STORE WITH MORE
I an Alencon lace bodice and bride's book. Rice bags were ding. The wedding cake cen- Green, Mrs. Muriel Lath, Mrs. Gerald Rudderman, Mrs. GMNESYJLLE SHOPPING CENTER
chapel train. Her bouffant distributed by Miss Cheryl tered :the bride's table, which and daughter Carol of Jack- Robert Clayton Mrs. Gus 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
veil; of illusion was attachedto Brown. was overlaid with a linen sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGriff Mrs. John Kitchens,
I a pill box of :seed pearls, The newlyweds will make cloth. Jones, Mrs. Barton Thrasher, Mrs. Carolyn Pooley Mrs.
and she carried a Bible and their home in Charleston The punch table was overlaid and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Leo Thomas Sr., Mrs. Leo
a white orchid. S. C., where Mr. Lee is stationed with an embroidered table Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jr., Mrs. Henry L. I Use Your B-L Charge or Central Charge

I Mrs. Clinton Blankenship with the U.S. Navy. cloth and held silver James Womble. Gray Sr., Mrs. H., L. Gray 1703 N. Main St. )v---.. '



Gainesville Sun :Sunday June 28, 1964ENGAGEMENTS

Summer Tea Honors Mrs White Calendar Of Events

; : "' TODAY, JUNE 28 Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall,
Thomas-Goldsmith Eye CareMr. i:1: 'SgTf : : ;:: ti" : / Annual Reception, Mr. and 107 NW 15th Terrace.

?i "' '<<,"\, ,' .- "....-... _"I.i &:._.'> Mrs. John H. Ward, 3 to 6 University Women's Club
I ': .' 's \\, \ \\ ,'"t : p.m., 1500 East University International Relations
and Mrs. Sidney J. >' <,,", > \... J> .. 't" ,
'" '," ." '' "" Avenue. Group, 1:30 pjn., Dr. John
Thomas '' ,.,.' Iii t < \ .. :t: "'" '
announce the engage- <.W', \' }, Carmen Harvard
: .. ,. j :; MONDAY, JUNE 20 Divinity
ment of their daughter Miss i', ,
Gainesville Club School Speaker, Mrs. Walter
A,. .. Bridge ,
Marjorie Carolyn Thomas to .' ""!I: Probert 14th Ave-
., ..,. \ \\, \"' ,\ NIt 7:30 pjn., Recreation Center. 1929 NW
Maurice Leon Goldsmith > \ \:>
son % ... .Q\ > ,\? ':' TUESDAY, JUNE SO
of Mrs. Maurice Goldsmith of sports are an impor- u sR nue.Summer
.:< Gainesville Council for International Bridge, Univer
: :
Demopolis, Ala., and the late tant part of life in the sun '-' \l \ ,, t ,-
,1. : I I ,. '. Relations Host sity of Florida Women's Club ,
Mr. Goldsmith.The for activity-minded ; ::
women : .: : "
"" Family Committee 10 and Newcomers
'Ib a.m., Group, 8 p.
bride-elect is the grand- this summer. ., ; !:. _,v Mrs. Fletcher N. BaldwinJr. Clubhouse West New-
., m., ,
daughter of -Mr. ,and Mrs. C. t Whether its boating, water II" J- _" ;'" \ ..;t' .. ,< ., 1804 SW 43rd Avenue. berry Road.Gainesville.
W. Thomas of Gainesville :; +
and the late Mr. and Mrs., skiing, swimming, skin or "; > :1 _, > : WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 Bridge Club
University City Bridge 7:30 Holiday Inn.
a: scuba diving, there to p.m.,
M. M. Odom, also of Gaines.' f s R seems ", :. I :.. ',..:... '> _
be something for every inter- "" ," ai"
ville. The is
the grandson of the late Mr. est. ; : ;. ." .: ,4 Summertime isREPAIR

and Mrs. Momar Goldsmith of The latest ripple in water :,:/ !

: Charleston, S. C., and the sports is boat surfing, which TIME
,f late Mr. and Mrs. Leon Morris promises to attract a large <
of Demopolis, Ala following. Boat surfing utilizes -' :: I
Mrs. Maurice Ahrens and Mrs. Melvin Baker we hostesses Thursday
Miss Thomas was graduated the large wake of a slow-nm. afternoon
at a tea given at the Ahrens home complimenting Mrs. J. B.
from P. K. Yonge Labora- Miss Marjorie Carolyn Thomas ning boat to create waves that White, wife of Dean J. B. White, of th e University of Florida College of Edu
tory School, and Stephens pull a rider along on a surf- cation. Dean White is retiring. Make sure YOUR

College, Columbia, Mo. She ternity, Omicron Delta Kap- board without need of a tow- Pictured from left to right are Mr s. M. C. Baker, Mrs. J. B. White, Mrs. Typewriter is in tip-
was president of Sigma Alpha pa, national senior honor society J. ,v. Norman and Mrs. M. R. Ahrens.
for school
Chi sorority and is presentlya for men, Phi Alpha The- line.All top shope
student at the University of ta, national history honorary, these activities' have a dough tightly into 3 empty 6-i next Fall. A! 0

Alabama, where she is affiliated and president of the Jasons. common denominator that can Cooking /Is FunLADIES' ounce frozen fruit juice concentrate -

4 with Pi Beta Phi soror- men's local senior honorary.He spoil your pretty complexion: cans; cover tops tightly'
has served as editor of exposure to brilliant sunlight. with saran; chill a few hours

ity.Mr.. Goldsmith was graduated the campus magazine "Mahout" Your know the sun's rays LUNCH' 2 egg whites or overnight until very firm.l/ REASONABLE RATES

from 'Demo polis High and on the Board of will cause painful or disabling leftover Wonderful way to use those 1 cup medium-fine chopped Remove bottoms of cans and: FACTORY-TRAINED MECHANICS

i School and is presently a sen- Publications.A burn, but the fact that eyes egg whites! pecans use to push out dough. Slice;
ior at the are also susceptible is not so Seafood Salad Hot Biscuits Into a mixing bowl sift together about ?/s inch thin; place 1 inch: GUARANTEED SERVICESEE
University of Ala- September wedding Is Fruit Sherbet
bama apparent. Overexposure to sun Mace Crisps the flour, baking pow- apart on ungreased cookie:
where he is a memberof planned in the '
First Presbyterian can produce swelling and MACE CRISPS der, salt, mace and sugar. With sheeis; if necessary, flatten:' IT
Zeta Beta Tau social fra-
Church. harsh lines around your eyes, 1% cups sifted flour a pastry blender, cut in the' with heel of hand to make very i ATHANCOCK

while glare conditions cause 3A teaspoon baking powder'butter until particles are fine.I thin and even. Bake in a moderate i
I GreenMaybenBROOKER eye strain and headaches. Vi teaspoon baking powder 'I 3/i cup butter or margarineAdd (375 degrees) oven until'' TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE

% teaspoon mace egg whites; stir to mix browned 8 to 10 minutes. 431 N. MAIN STREET FR 6-5551
Mr. and Mrs. The wedding will be an Advance preparations often 1 cup sugar thoroughly; stir in pecans. Pack Makes about 6 dozen.
make the difference betweenan 1 If I,
Russell H. Green Jr. of Brook- event of July 25, at 5 p. m., and I -- -
enjoyable outing one
er announce the approaching at the
home of the bride's
full of harrassments. Re-
marriage of their daughter -
Miss Mary Ella Greento parents in Brooker.No searchers for the Murine Com

Richard Allen Mayben, son invitations are being pany have compiled a list of

of Mrs. Fred W. Bender of sent, but all relatives and tips to increase your enjoy

I Gainesville. friends are invited to attend. ment of water sports:

1)) Take along a pair of sunglasses

I ,. to protect your eyes

I against glare from sun, sand 1 TWO
hmfi0/0f88\ and water. Even though you FOR THEMONEY
may not be wearing them con

stantly, they are a "must" for
'- fyj/e/cvseCruse rest periods in the boat or on
r I
( the beach. THREE

DEAR HELOISE: stainless steel 2)) Never look directly at the FOR SHOW THE
or glass jars
I A year or so ago you gave for as long as two or three sun's rays, even while wear ;
I ,I us a marvelous new method days .'. ing dark glasses, because ret z::: FABRICS
for cooking spaghetti. Iwouldn't inal burns are a possibility.
And we often wonder WHYwe
I' use any other meth- into 3)) Avoid swimming under -
can restaurant
go a
I .: od after trying yours water with your eyes
and get good spaghetti in 10
\, I've been cooking not only minutes! That's their answer. open. Water often contains TWENTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY
I ; salts, chlorine or other
t spaghetti, elbow macaroni this HELOISE _
t.. way ever since, but also use DEAR HELOISE: mineral elements that are ir- .
I your method for packaged ritating to the eyes.
noodles of various Here is an idea that has AL:
sizes with
4)) Wear some form of head :E TWO FOR THE MONET THREE FOR THE SHOW
the same excellent results! helped me keep hou se vi-
covering, preferably a
I thought you should print throughout the years: Girls, sored cap, when you are out I Bargains bargains Stylecolor, design
Ml this method ag in'in'.our col} remember your "B. B. D.'s" of the water. A widebrimmedbeach bargains galore chic

rI umn. I've never had a fail- Beds Blinds Dishes. hat is recommendedwhen -- More bargains thanyou've Get yourself to Gflberg's

ure, and it's such a time saver This is a flippant way of you bask on warm .. ever seen before queekl '
since there is absolutely putting what my mother has sands. a..

no pot watching. always told me keep your
Here it is: beds made, your blinds even, 5)) Your kit should include

Fill a fourquart pot three- and your dishes done, and a preparation to screen out SPECIAL '

fourths full of water and brngit your house will always look burning ultraviolet rays of

to a full rolling boil. Add rather neat. sunlight; a skin cream; some Unbleached muslin-reg.35 yd.-36"wine

the amount of salt the pack THE GENERAL tissues; and a plastic squeeze ,J
age directions call for when DEAR HELOISE: bottle of eye lotion to soothe 23* yd. 66* yd.

you put the water on to boil. For those who travel with and refresh eyes irritated by \A._

After the water is bubbl- small children in a car during exposure to sun and spray, cotton 79f yd.
Drip dry prints-reg. {
ing fast and full, put in the summer, try putting ice 6)) Know the location of the : y i
spaghetti (macaroni or what- cubes in a plastic containerin nearest doctor, in case t r y Russell chambrays-reg. $1.00 yd.- "wfde

ever), give it a quick stir, your ice chest. medical assistance should be- I r- -. a i Novelty cottons-36" wide

then immediately put a tight- When the children get thirsty come necessary. ,
fitting fid on the pot and turn. give them a cube of ice Water sports fans who ob- 54* yd.

the heat off completely.Let in a paper cup. This seemsto serve a few basic precautionswill I tf'' = c
this sit for exactly 20 satisfy my children and it avoid the ever-present 45"wide .. .' .1 b(
Oxford stripes reg. 79/ yd,- ,.. s.f"
minutes, (don't remove the lid certainly saves extra stops.M.P. hazards of overexposure to
during this time) in drain. spray, sun and wind.gather Wamsutta Homesteaders
You will have a perfectly I reg. $1.00 yd.36 wide % f 77< yd.

,I cooked product and can proceed

as usual with your reci- ,r.4y': Ice cream cottons-reg. $1.00 yd.-36"wide
pe. Use the same 20 minute )-
time for all the products mentioned Sailaweigh poplins-reg. 79rJ{ yd.45'vfcb

above. 4 Petti point solids-reg. $1.00 yd-45'* wide
Be sure to give the spaghetti t 88' k.:

etc. a quick stir with a yd. .

fork BEFORE popping the

lid on the pot that's half Mainline prints-reg. $1.49 yd-45* wide 4' s' J \
the secret of perfection. The ''/ A t... %
Eyelet batiste-reg. $1.29 yd.-36" wide r : .s:;.
other of the secret is

DON'T lift the lid until the Wamsutta Clipper cloth-reg. $1.29 yd.-45" wide 994
full 20 minutes has lapsed. sa yd.
Roma prints-reg. $1.98 yd.36 widePetti

saved 1 s ;. Silk shakes-reg. $1A9 yd.-45* wide
point prints-reg. ls
overdone batches of pasta. Cotton satin prints-reg. $1.49 yd.-45"wid.
Woven 45" seersuckers- $1.00 yd. ,
Thanks from the bottom of reg. t Stoffel part linens-reg. $1.98 yd.-.( wide

my heart. I Wamsutta Pima prints-reg. $1.29 yd.-36" wide yl ;. .tY .s Arne) Jersey prints-reg. $1.29 yd.-4S* wide
E&zabdii ArdeaV Pongee prints-reg. $1.00 yd.-45" wide 45* wills
Gals, we have had so many Dacron and cotton nets-leg.$1.49 yd.--
Bine Grass
letters like this that we just

had to repeat it. And these now

products sure help our food i iI A: I

budget, eh'Another I I You'll feel the cool of a Grasse morning

thing I have found in every drop of Elizabeth Arden'i Blue Grass.

since using this method: If This crisp, clear scent is one $129 r' y. : $199 '
you make up jour elbow mac : yd. yd.
aroni, etc., in the morning of Elizabeth Arden's great triumphs.
(n usually do this especially Much more than a fragrance, it is a whole Nysila prints-reg. $1.98 yd.-45" wide 4.
for casseroles) an d I summertime way of life that 100% daaon prints-reg. $1.98 yd.-.45" wide /j.j "' 100% Dacron crepe prints-reg. $2.59 yd.-45 wide i

don't finish your recipe 'til i keeps you cool, collected, wonderfully refreshed. crash 45"wide "" .
Cruiseway -reg.$1.79 yd.- { .f S.4. ;x. Embroidered seersuckers-reg. $2.98 yd.36 wide
that afternoon, then after us-
:I Women the world over love Blue Grass.
ing the above method immediately I I In a beautiful collection of preparationsto 100. Dacron aepe solids-reg. $1.98 yd.45 wide : Cotton tucks-reg. $2.98 yd.-36" wide
drain the hot water I
Embroidered $1.98 yd.36
off and plunge the macaroniinto I pamper you cherish you. Pure silk prints-te9. $3.50 yd.36 wide

COLD water! This prevents j Perfume 6.00 to 50.00, Perfume Mist 6.00. Dacron and cotton seersuckers t r ;

overcooking. Overcook Flower Mist 3.00, 5.00, Dusting Powder 3.00, 5.00. reg. $1.98 yd.45 wide. '
ing causes sogginess. Derfume Mist with Perfume for Bath and Body 600. w yRrx; fT74
Also I hate found that ,
Fluffy Bath and Perfume Mist Duet 5.00.
If you put the cooked maca- all.... $ t
roni under cold running water i 4 ii

from jour faucet that it rinses .I .

off some of the starch! ..<,"
As long as spaghetti, egg''I FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE

noodles etc., are covered with
cold water it can be kept )>

two or three days la your

refrig! This also goes ,for f
for macaroni and cheese and [GRESHAM DRUGS
the next day for macaroni tal-

Many restaurants write that O RU Ci ,. 109 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 2-2721

they cook spaghetti ahead of :... ,1

time and keep It in their re-
12 W. ,UNIV.
FR 2-2558
iterators UNDER water in .
: .

Sunday June 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5B

D. Macdonald led the East. game of the University City
Sustaining Members West field with 137%, fol- Bridge Club attracted 8% tables were third with 108%, and Fill Melon Rinns
Bridge Club. lowed by Mr. and Mrs. R. of players to Weed Hallon strum were fourth with 104%. I V
N. Livingston with 129%, :Mrs.J. Wednesday evening. The Mr. and Mrs. John C. Soder-' Fill pared melon rings witha
F. Wharton and Mrs. W. average score was 94% for
. Announced Today ,E. Clardy with 115 and J. North-South and 84 for East Don Halperin and F. Pell- bouquet of fruit blueberries -
By JOHN E. CRAPS all pairs. ,H. Vidal and A.'R. Pybus with West. um led all the East-West strawberries and sliced
Mrs. L. H. Robbins and Mr. Robbins and Rufus ,110%. pairs with a score of 101 peaches make a pretty, color-
D. R. Frazier and the wri-
Mrs. K. H. Kent were the Heath Jr. were runners up match points. Second went to ful and delicious combination.
North-South winners in the with 130, while Mr. and Mrs. The club will hold its next ter staggered in first in the Mrs. R. W. Jones and Mrs.R. .
I Gainesville Bridge Club's D. W. Bowman took third game at 7:30 tomorrow eve- North-South direction with a S. Lindquist with 98%, As a delectable accompaniment -
Wednesday evening tournament place with 119, and Dr. and ning at the Recreation Cen- score of 113 match points. third to Mr. and Mrs. B. you can beat together
.,: with 132% match points. Mrs. E. R. Woodward were ter. Visitors are welcome.By Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schoenauwere H. Wise with 92, and fourthto cream cheese creamstyle cottage
There were ten ,tables and fourth with 116V*. RALPH H. BLODGETT second with 109%, R. Mrs. George Ramsey and cheese and sour cream.
, 108 was the average score for Van A. May and Mrs. W. The fractional master point W. Jones and Dr. A. S. Rao- Mrs. C. Engel with 96%.





10 AM.9 P.M.
Mrs. M. Murray Lasley Mrs. A. Pierre Vidal
-I THE STORE WITH MORE Monday thru Saturday 1M
Completing their active and Provisional Ball C + GAINESVILLE I SHOPPING Closed Sunday
service and joining the ranksof mittee in 1963. This year she
sustaining members of the has served as chairman of k 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET

Junior Welfare League are the nominating committee.Mrs. ,
Mrs. M. Murray Lasley and Vidal's projects in the ;
Mrs. A. Pierre Vidal. League were the Pre natal
r- y
Mrs. Lasley served on the Clinic, Play Therapy Thrift
well baby clinic Thrift Shop Shop and Pediatric Clinic, of
Children's Theatre and the which she was assistant chair- x?
I Pediatric Clinic. She was man in 1961-62 and chairmanin I
co chairman for the Provi- 1962-63. She was program I a 9 i ea e e
sional Ball in 1960, and a chairman for the 1958 horse- } Vf\ : $
member of the admissions show, chairman of publicityand ;; $ :
committee. Mrs. Lasley was historian in 1961. She
corresponding secretary in was also a member of the
1961. She was chairman of admissions committee in 1962-
the education com mittee 63 and a member of the place-
on the nominating CommitteeMoisturizers ment committee in 1964. ? ; COAT LAYAWAY SALEMATCHLESS
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I JOSEPHINE LOWMANI creams. Therefore they sink COAT LOOKS OF '65 SAVINGS I IN '64
went to one of the most into the skin quietly and *
i famous cosmetic companies leave only a light invisible i :, ...>: .. x Wrap yourself in pure Cashmere most luxurious of
k\ the world for the information film on the skin. They help ; ? } ... .; fabrics. Delightfully soft, light as air, yet wonderfully warm.
I bring you today. I havea keep the complexion smooth } 9' tfi. Superbly simple styling with Milium insulated lining in rich
1 : 4. fall colors.
xp ;
feeling that of and make the application of v
many my "
:; > Reserve your choice NOW in LAYAWAY and SAVEUNTRIMMED
readers are confused as to make up easier. Make up t! }!q x.
the exact difference between cannot be applied over an MODELS
moisturizers and lubricating oily cream.

creams and just how each Moisturizers should be N' :, os .S 39.00 to 79.95
should be used.

First one does not take the used in the daytime not at I \p ,QS..y ;,: .{,, \ .. The Matchless Luxury of Mink, perfect finishing touch to
place of the other. Moisturizers night. All types of skin would ,. your cashmere coat. You'd never expect the price to be so
replace water not oil, profit by their use except the Sc low, in fact, it wouldn't be if it were not for our special:
while lubricating creams extremely oily complexion.The aax.. : r. ; "'\ -: Layaway Sale.
make up for oil loss. The ex woman with an oily skin a\ Reserve yours NOW and SAVE
+ pert with whom I talked said doesn't need extra lubrication .
"Moisture is to the skin what but she does need .S 79.95 to 110.00
moisturizing agents.
dew is to the flower.
Sweat glands which are lo
f cated in the dermis (underlying :, ENJOY THE EASE OF ONE
layers of skin) supply the .:,,. m ., t CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN
outer skin (epidermis) with 'arj rx ; WI !i ZI\1: 4\ A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT REGULAR
moisture. Otherwise the skin 55 -' z 'i'i MONTHLY PAYMENTS WILL KEEP YOUR
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Moisturizers contain water
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They do not have the rich ; $ a S : ; 5. .S .f' Ji S S .
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great by the fireside later on. Proud The light touch of bleached raccoon -
M Italian fingers in far-off village is so fashion-right on these
ICE MAKERat r province knit these handsome bulkies sturdy coats of heavy rayon-cnd-

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6B Gainesville Sunday June 28'. 1964
and runs through Wednes- Mrs. Pappas is the for- turned from a vacation fe
day, Colorado Springs, Colo. mer Miss Dee Ann Mims. Hendersonville, N. C.

Mrs. Hall Is 'Best L jssea"The I ABOUT PEOPLEMr. Gamma Miss Dekle Chi chapter represents of Stet-the Mr. and* Mrs.* John# Star-

Dr. and Mrs. Earl Fain Sin
and Mrs. Charles Wein- Mrs. Irma E. Stone has returned son University. ling of Titusville, were recent
r "Ten Best Dressed a Hess Fashion Plaque. Theyall Women of Main Street, traub have returned from home from Buffalo, gleton of Galveston, Texas, weekend guests of Mrs. Star
Women of Main Street submitted a picture of U. S. A." will be flown to New Orleans where they at- N. Y., where she attended the Mr. and Mrs. Dean Pap announce the birth of a daughter ling's mother, Mrs. John
i U.S.A." have been selected themselves while wearing New York City where she tended the wedding of their funeral of her mother. pas returned to Gainesvilleon Kelley, born on June 12. Ferguson.The .
I. after a nationwide search their Spring outfit and each will stay at the Savoy Plaza granddaughter, Miss Barbara Thursday, where they are Mrs. Singleton is the former Starlings were presentfor
was conducted by American explained why she believedher and visit the Worlds' Fair. Leitz and Herbert Bram- visiting Mrs. Pappas par- Miss Beverly Milam, a reunion of the Gainesville -
\ newspapers. The top ten particular wardrobe was Then she will go to 'Hess's Miss Jennie Dekle, daughter ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. daughter of Mr. and Mrs High School Class of
were selected by an expert fashionable.Mrs. where she will go on a shop- lett.Their son, Jason Weintraubflew of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mims, before returning to Marcus Milam of this city. '47.
I, panel of fashion writers. to New Orleans from ''Dekle Sr, is attending the Al- Baltimore where they will Accompanying Mr. and Mrs.
Doetsch the best ping spree, getting a free
This unique search proved Hans Rochester, where' he attendsthe pha Chi Omega National Con- make their home at 2727 St. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Starling were their children
that a woman does not haveto of the "Ten Best Dressed summer or fall wardrobe. Eastman School of Mu- vention, which begins today Paul. Ebersole and family have re Johnny and Jewell.
be wealthy to be well A_ .... ....;.,- sic. Lt. Commander AllanP. ..
' dressed. Weintraub, a flight instructor MON. TUES. a WED. NOON

Mrs. Hans Doetsch of Tul- with the Naval Air Force, -9 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
his brother Jason
lahoma, Tenn., was chosenas honored
I the best of the "Best with a surprise party .given
I Dressed Women of the Year". for his twenty-first birthday
She is the wife of an Air at the Roosevelt Hotel. a6
I Force scientist, and mother
Charles of Cocoa -
Mrs. Byron
of two step sons.
'j Beach, and formerly of I I
Runner up for "Best Dress- Yr Gainesville, is the houseguest i
ed" honors went to Mrs. 0. of Mr. and Mrs. HenryR. *521 NW 13th Street
W. Hall of Gainesville. Mrs. Hinkley. Mrs. Byron is re-
Frank S. Wenzler of Clarks- T cuperating from surgery. Store Hours: Mon. thru Thurs. 8 'til 8; Fri. 8 a.m. 'til 9 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m. 'til 7 p.m.

) ville, Tenn., was third, with
Mrs. Harry F. Copper of !
Beckley, West Va., fourth. ,..Ss i. .
fb. ,
Mrs. Hall of Gainesville is FABULOUS DETERGENT!
the wife of retired Air : .:
a ... ..
Force Colonel, and motherof LNt .\ -.. .o'
two. ..o..-- s
I Others among the "Ten : -....
i5 .
Best Dressed" are Mrs. R. : .....-.. ... FAB
..... .. ..
S. Hinton, Montgomery, Ala., ..- 1 -..
Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Oswego, g 0 -..
; ,.,,... ... : -
i ; .
O. Olson
N. Y. Mrs. -
'. T. HE.... /
Lafayette, La., Mrs. Earl f 6 ,:I i ..

O. Reeve, Cedar Rapids, ,, MOTHPROOFING'SFREE .!uuuIIr4
Iowa, Mrs. Betty S. Usher, .
Madison. Wise., Mrs. Rob .
ert Walton, Columbus, Ga. WA : / ,
Applicants for the lOT e n : ., ,
Best Dressed Women of iJ1i' / M
Main Street U.S.A." were required ; with our drycleaning

f either to purchase in C
any of their home town stores '
one complete spring outfit, but it's only a small port
consisting of a dress, coat, of the professionally thoroughway

\ hat, shoes, handbag and other ;""'''& :.r".ac. ",,: _;; .-r.or ...:w.- ..r.i i... accessories such as costume ally famous SANITONE DRY- ;
I jewelry, or to make all :Mrs. Hall CLEANING service, we get .
is or part of the wardrobe. This .. )t" ft-- ; them completely CLEAN and
I 'l J ,;;<< t' SOFT and SWEETSMELLINGthen
t unusual search conceived
by '1W '"'rv.' "" MOTH PROOFED and
\ Max Hess, Allentown depart- 1l -I.J. placed in BOX STORAGE .
ment store owner, took into g the meticulous way to tuck
* used
account the style sense
I by each of the women in .':: Advanced & Brush-Up Secretarial .
... J !
choosing clothes for them-
4; selves. While the dresses and .. .: Courses Offered k ,,,,o-? I aMt/onal t.rvlc. II THRIFTWAY" ALL MEAT!
outfits might not be glamorous :; I

they were just right .' : ': .. 't- Excellent training in I
for those wearing them. .., ..
: Medical Real
Legal, ,
Each of the "Ten Best I a FUR STORAGE
Dressed Women of Main '. c'fIt' Estate Stenography.
Street, U. S. A." will receive REPAIRING RESTORINGand FRANKS :1r
Train also for ? ec REGLAZING

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you have an antique tea _
ball in the house that you'd College i,

q like to use? The trick in using 218 W. University Avenue 376-3507 i ;\
it is to pack the tea into the I'
ball lightly to allow for the tr,\t-tJ.h.; .... expansion o! the leaves. 1ilJiJj.n fJ 11; ,. 'L I PKG.sue' .
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r Parkview Students Plan OiawsuiUe iWt -.r Methodist Supt. Sikes

\ Careers in Church FieldsParkview RELIGION1st Is Delegate to Conference

Baptist Church of serving as interim pastor of ville. One month the local H.
ago =- LAKELAND Thirty eight Jr., Rev. H. W. Blackburn, and V. Weems. Starke Tom
i Gainesville has achieved a dis- the Micanopy Baptist Church.I church ordained Horace Ells- Slade. McIntosh -, Mrs. R. E.
lay and ministerial delegateswill John B. Sargeant.
tinction among the churches of Another student, James Earl worth to the ministry and he is 1st Plans the Florida Methodist 'Rutland, Sr. Monticello William -
the Florida Baptist Convention.The Kennedy-- senior in Industrial now serving as pastor of the represent Jacksonville Rev. J. Mil- B. Smith.
at quadrennial
Rev. V. Miles Patterson, Engineering will enter New Hague Baptist Church near burn McLeod, Rev. Gaylon L.
pastor at Parkview, states Orleans Seminary after he graduates Gainesville; and Layton Daugh- sessions of the denomination'sSoutheastern Howe, Rev. Robert M. Blackburn DeLand Morton McDonald.

that within the membership of next December and will try is to be ordained in July Jurisdiction, July Rev. H. H. Waller, Edd Holly Hill J. M. Smedley.

university students in the prepare for the foreign mis- and will enter Baptist Bible In- Vacation Bible School] 8-12 at Lake Junaluska, N.C. V. Gentry, Fred B. Noble, Mrs. Lake Wales R. Hudson Burr.

church, eight young men plan sion field. stitute in September. I II Attending the regional meet- Edwin B. White and William H. Rev. Claude Thompson of the

: to enter church. related voca- Two other university students 'Miss Dianne Oliver, also of ing will be 460 voting delegatesfrom tfaness. 1 Emory University faculty in At-
tions. entering church related voca- Parkview, is a student at Car- I The 1964 Vacation Bible tration of non-member children nine states and several Tallahassee Rev. H. Melon lanta is also a Florida Confer-

Three of these are in medical -tions are Ed Barber, religious son Newman College in Tennessee. -School at First Lutheran slated for this Wednesday from hundred other church leaders Ware, Rev. R. C. Holmes ence delegate.

or pre-medical school at the education and Don Ward, She will be married in Au- :Church, 1801 NW Fifth Ave., 9 to 11 ajn. at the church. and visitors. The nine-state and Justice Campbell Thornal. Seven alternate delegates are
University of Florida preparing church music.In gust and she and her husbandwill jurisdiction numbers 12,000 Orlando-Rev. E. J. Pender- Rev. Bruce F. Gannaway, Mel
themselves for medical mis- these John will be held from July 6 to July bourne Rev. Joe A. Tolle, De-
i addition to enter _seminary to 1st Vesper churches with more than 2,800- grass. ;
sions. They are Ross Campbell, Lloyd of Parkview Church is the ministry.Dr. preparefor 17 at 9 to 11:30 ajn. each 000 members. St. Petersburg Rev. J. land; Rev. Harry C. Parham,

Barney Joe Barron and David a student for the ministry at I weekday.The Wallace Hamilton, Rev. A. Dale Naples; Mrs. A. R. Ivey, New

Harms. Harms is presently Baptist Bible Institute in Grace- secretary John of Maguire the Florida, executive theme of the school will Program Due I Delegates will elect three new Hagler and Rev. Millard C. Cle- Smyrna Beach; D. C. Dawkins,
Bap- c_< I bishops possibly four mapa veland. Sarasota M. L. Tube- Sr., Jacksonville; William Ross
tist Convention, said that large be "God, My Country, and I"
four-year regional programand ville. Miami Rev. C. M. Cotton and William A. Meadows,
To Direct Summer Youth enrollment of young people into The purpose of the course of AtlstMeth. conduct other business. Mrs. David R. Thurmanand Miami.
Christian service is an unus- study is to acquaint the chil- ,
I New bishops are to be elected Glenn W. Gold.
ual achievement for a dren with their dual citizenshipand I
church young and This afternoon at 5 o'clock, to fill vacancies created by West Palm Beach Rev. W.
like Parkview. the responsibilties i I
Program for MethodistsBob commitments of each. Gloria Smith, soprano, and the death of Bishop BachmanG. Scott Bozeman and Madison F.I Power of Prayer

Molly Morrison, organist, will Hodge, Birmingham, Ala., Pacetti.
Welch of Memphis, Tenn.! Welch will enter graduate I Nat' Cathedral Mrs. L. L. Zimmerman will present a program of sacred and the retirement at the sessions -' Melbourne R. Howard

has joined the educational staff school at the university this serve as superintendent of the music in the sanctuary of the of Bishop Marvin A.Franklin Berg. Sebring Mrs. Howard Dear Edi-

of First Methodist Church for fall and his wife, Sarah will be To Observe school, and the_ following will -First' Methodist Church. This Jackson, Miss., and tor: "I I knowof

the summer to direct a recreation teaching a class for the deaf assist as teachers: Mrs. Ben- Vesper program will be heldin Bishop Nolan B. Harmon of no logical

and fellowship program for in the public schools here. Florida :ny Jackson and Mrs. Fred place of the regular Sunday Charlotte, N. C. ", proof thereis
the youth groups of the church. Day Hansen, nursery; Mrs. Walter I evening worship service and is A fourth new bishop will be J i a God, cer-
Welch has taught and coached The summer recreation program Krienke and Mrs. Marjorie -the first of several such services -elected if delegates decide to Free tainly noth-
for youth at First Metho- Washington i Cathedral Tate, kindergarten; Mrs. create an additional episcopal
as a park director during planned for the summer. ing anyone
the summer. He has also serv- dist will feature two "OpenHouse" hold its ttaditional State Day James Stahmann and Mrs. Mrs. Smith's program will J area. Six current bishops, including service 'I can point to,

ed as chaperone for exchange nights with a varietyof ceremonies next Sunday, July Bruce LeFevre, primary and include a solo cantata for voice Bishop James W. Hen- and soy ,

students touring this country activities. One night will be 5, to mark Florida State Day, Mrs. Charles Hybl and Mrs. and violins by Buxtehude, familiar ley of Jacksonville, will be up '(here's your

after high school graduat ion. designated for junior high according to Mrs. Harry B. Robert Besalski, junior high. arias, and various con- for four-year assignments. may save Harold Johnson proof. HOW
ages and the other for senior Foozzardof Jacksonville, regional that?" But
Pastor Robert Besalski wil ]I temporary pieces. Florida Conference delegates do you answer
high and older youth. All young Chairman of the National serve as Vacation Bible School BME de- plan to ask the regional body to there is proof! The kind
Trio Serves I people of the community are : Cathedral Association in the Director, and Mrs. Henry Mrs.with Smith holds a in voice change the name of the Jack- you moneySee the scientists accept as
a major
welcome to visit the Open Episcopal Diocese of Flori- Schroder will supervise the dai- gree sonville Area to the Florida evidence that their laws
House this k. da, and Mrs. William N. Ellis from Northwestern University, the end re-
beginning wee ly refreshments.A Episcopal Area, and shift thbishop's are correct:
On Youth Team and has done graduate work invoice page 15 today's Fam
Regional Chairman in the Dio- residence and office to sult. God gave us laws to
Specific nights will be designated at Northwestern as wellas ily Weekly Magazine for
cese of South Florida. i nursery for the children of Lakeland as a more central lo- live by, and all human-
Susan Bartley, Lois Wheeler following youth planning sessions The flag of Florida will be, the staff will be handled by two years advanced study cation. news about Nationwide'sfree kind who have sincerelytried

and Larry Halsey are servingon today.A carried in the procession of Mrs. Bill Wisner and Mrs. with Haxel Peterson at Bradley Members of the Florida delegation Confidential Analysis. to live by them experienced -

the Florida Conference's Methodist choir and clergy, and special Ed Hill, and teen-agers in the University. Mrs. Smith was Read how it may save you the wonderfulend
Youth Fellowship Team prayers will be offered for the church will assist the teachers several times a winner in the Gainesville Rev. John M. money. result: A far better
this summer. The team is a privately sponsored expedi- work and welfare of the state and the nursery attendants.The coloratura section of the Chicago -Sikes. Then, to get a free Con. life. Each person knowsin

group of youth leaders who' tion will try to journey from and its people. Tribune Music Festival Rev. George A. fidential Analysis of all your his heart that the
Tampa -
help to carry on the extensive Vancouver, British Columbia, Presented to the Cathedral in closing service will be and in 1955 was selected as the Foster, Rev. Durward McDon- insurance, call... fruits of his life are either

program of youth camps and east to Frobisher Bay on Baf- 1933 by the State of Florida conducted on Friday evening, outstanding woman soloist. good or bad, according to
nell and Robert T. Mann.
Assemblies at the Methodist fin Island and back again this through the Honorable David July 17, at 7:30, and will feature Miss Morrison's program will John J. LUCIUS B. RIVERS the way he lives. "Good

Youth Camp at Leesburg.Miss year. If successful, the North- Sholtz, then Governor of Flor- the showing of the sound, include the works of Bach, Lakeland Rev. Thrift AGENT I fruit" should not be con
technicolor motion picture, "A Brahms, Boellman and Dupre. Rooks, Rev. Charles T. 1514 N.W. 13th St. fused with worldly suc-
Bartley, a junior at the land Princess will become the I ida, the flag is on display at Gainesville. Flo. !
University of Florida, is serving -first ship in history to sail the other times in the year together Letter to Nancy. Miss Morrison attended Stetson Phone FR 2-8837 cess, for all experience

as one of the deans of girls famed Northwest Passage in I with the flags of all the The Vacation Bible School is University and is an organ pu- I proves that without faith
I of Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones. The main reading room of the worldly success can be an
for the junior high camps. both directions in one season.I states. pil
to the public, with regis-
I open She has played at a number of Library of Congress will be .. empty thing indeed. Mil-

churches and recital programshere. closed during the summer and lions who have earned

fall while workmen install a new the fruits of the good

I Community Church DirectoryGAINESVILLE i Vivian Fogel and Beatrice heating-ventilating system and Home office:Columbus Ohio life testify that this is the

Thompson, violinists, will assist replace antiquated book con- ultimate proof. Write i

in the Butehude number. veyors. your own questions or

CHURCHES Theatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., Wesley Community Methodist Medical Center, service at 11 Helen Jones is the accompanist r testimony to appear
Advent Churches service at 11 a.m.Christian Church, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., a.m. for Mrs. Smith. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL OFFERS here, to: Editor. P.O. Box

Advent Christian Church, 617 I Scientist services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Quakers The public is invited to attend. TREE SURGERYPROFESSIONAL 13.(Copyright Nor w a EFCO I k. ) Conn.This

NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. Christian Science Church, 420 p.m Religious Society of Friends, .
service sponsoredby
and 7:30 pjn.Umbarger SW 12th St. Service at 11 a.m. Wesley Foundation and Uni- 1921[ NW 2nd Ave., service at :
Memorial Advent Church of Christ 11 a.m. Pruning Tree Feeding Transplanting
versity Methodist Church, 1320 .
Christian, 19th St. at 45th Ave., Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45 UnitarianUniversalistUnitarian Witnesses Cavity Demossing Work Tree Bracing Removal Spraying Cabling

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Ave., services at 11 a.m and and 11 a.m. Universalist Fellowship FREE ESTIMATES JONES-JOHNSON

'?.m. 7:30 p.m. 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
Plan JaxConvention FUNERAL HOME
Churches Fourteenth St. Church of Mormon Sunday school and services ;
Alliance I Christ, 205 NW 14th St., services -I Church of Jesus Christ of Latter both at 11 a.m.AREA e1t&ts
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor- at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th CHURCHES 311 S. MAIN ST.

ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Northeast Church of Christ Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., Baptist aMcx co crANrs FR 6-5361
NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at, Sacrament meeting, 6:30 I
418 E. Univ. Ave., services at p.m. Archer Baptist Church, serv- 20 N.W. 16th AVENUE PHONE 376-2661

137 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. I 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Nazarene ices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. I "Our convention this summer ___ ___n __. __ __ ___ 1
of God Thirty-ninth Avenue Churchof First Church of the Nazarene Eliam Baptist Church, Mel-1 will be right here in the ..

First Assembly of God, Wal- Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat rose, worship services at 11 state," announces Robert V.
do Road, services at 11 a.m. services at 9 a.m. and 6lb 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Bender, presiding minister of WE ARE CELEBRATING ALSO-

and 7:30 p.m. p. m. Trinity Church of the Nazarene First Baptist Church of Min the Gainesville congregation of

Church Of God 926 NW 31st Ave., servicesat anopy, services at 11 a.m. and 1 Jehovah's Witnesses. "The district -
Baptist convention this will I OUR 8th ANNIVERSARY
Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 Church of God, Hawthorne 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 7:3p.m.. year
University Ave. Church of the Hague Baptist Church be in Jacksonville, scheduled for
SE 15th St., services at 11 Road and Third Ave., servicesat
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nazarene, 3545 W. Un'.v.; Ave., ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. July 9-12," he added.- .
services at 10:45: a.m. and 7:30 WUliston Baptist Church, ser- Ber.der explained this is one
Carol Estates BaptistChurch
EpiscopalEpiscopal pjn. vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. of 37 conventions planned this
1428 NE 20th Place, Center, Chapel of PresbyterianFirst Methodist year by the sponsoring Watch- gpVINGSq

services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Presbyterian Church, Alachua Methodist, SE 1st tower Bible and Tract Society. ', SAFETY OOT

p.m.Eastside 1501E. Ave., Holy Communion at 1 8 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11 St., service at 11 a.m. Eighty-five members of the OF YOUR ,
Baptist ,at 11 a.m., morning prayer at 10' a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Melrose Methodist, services at Gainesville congregation are SAVINGS y
Univ. Ave., services a.m. First Sunday, Holy Com Grace Presbyterian Church 11 a.m.' and 7:30 p.m. making plans for the four day

a.m.Faith and Independent 7:30 p.m. Baptist munion at 10 a.m. 3146 NW 13th St., service at It Newberry Methodist, services I,meeting at the Jacksonville ( INSURED ) I.y I.
7th Holy Trinity, 116 NE 1st St. am. at 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Coliseum.
Church, NW 31st Ave. at and Holy Communion at 8 a.m.,I Highlands Presbyterian Church Orange Creek Methodist, US- I The convention will be attended -
services at 11 a.m. 'ZG
Ter., 'morning prayer at 9:30.: First 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat by 13,000 Jehovah's wit- UP TO

1:30 p.m. 425 W. Univ. Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyterf. I 9:30 a.m.WUliston .I nesses from Florida and by visitors IO,000 ..t94N
First Baptist,
and 9:30. Methodist Church from 18 other states QP
and I 1-1 I
Ave., services at 11 a.m.
St. Michael's, 2180 MilhopperRoad an Church, Archer Road pasttJ. services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. and Puerto Rico. f CORQ
7:30 p.m.Forest Holy Communion at 8:30 -.-
Park Baptist, 1624 a.m.; family service at 9:30;
NW 5th Ave., services at' 11 morning prayer at 11 a.m. on r The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporationwas

i.m. and 7:45 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com-
Gainesville Primitive Bap- munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays. SELF PROPELLED i established by Congress in 1934 to insure savingsin
tist Church, SW 34th St. at Ar- Holiness

cher Road, service at 11 a.m. Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar- Savings and Loan Associations.
North Central Baptist
cher Rd., services at 11 a.m.
Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services and 7:30 pjn. HEAVY DUTY MOWER
at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Lake Forest Pentecostal Holi-
f:30 p.m. by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring- I
Church services
ness at 11 a.m.
Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, and 7:30 p.m.University X impulse-type starter.. All-steel mower base. 4

BOO NW 40th Ave., services at' Pentecostal Holi- 1 ') ..

11 a.m. and 8 p.m. ness Church, Odd Fellows tem- BIG 22-INCH CUT
Oak Park Baptist Church,
ple at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services -
Archer Rd. services at
J610 ,
at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.
9:45 and 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m.I
Inter-denominational .
Old Fashioned 'Missionary I Gainesville Drive-In Church "
Mission, at corner of $ 95
Baptist ati
Hawthorne Road, service ..
NW 6th St. and 34th Place, services i .
8:30: ajn. II i .......( "i". ;.
at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. I The Salvation Army, 22 SW ONLY

Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW 2nd St., services at 11 a.m. and
13th St., services at 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m. EASY

and 7:45 p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses I' TERMS

Pine Grove Baptist Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's

minor head injuries. Witnesses, 1124 NE 3rd Ave., '" PUSH' TYPE No one has ever lost a penny' in savings insured by
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at service at 6:30 p.m. $ 95TRADEINS

11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. LuthenmFirst < < 22-IndI enl'r................. this U.S. Government agency in the 30 years since the

Ridgeview Baptist Church, Lutheran Church, 1801.
NW 19th St, services at 11 NW 5th Ave., services at f; ,. Also Available, 20. 22 & 25- FSLIC was established. We are a member of the FSUC.
a.m. and 8 p. m. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. 8:301 I } i inch mowers with Briggs Strat-
Westside Baptist Church Lutheran 0 ton engines, slightly higher.

4039 Newberry Road, servicesat Church, 1905 NE 12th St, service
11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. ALL MOWERS SERVICED
: at 11 ajn.University .
with gas and oil. ready to GUARANTY FEDERALSAVINGS
Catholic Lutheran Church. use.PARTS .

St Augustine Chapel, 1738,1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at. w

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat 11 a.m. & QUICK REPAIR
9:30 and 11 a.m., daily mass Methodist I & LOAN ASSOCIATIONOf
Mon. through 6:30: a.m. Centenary Methodist, 1400
and 5 pm. Sat. at 9 a.m. Con- SE Hawthorne Road services' where you can get all parts and quick -
repair service by trained mechanics Gainesville, 220 North Main Street. Phone FR 2r8495
fession Tues. at 7 p.m., FrL at at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. ,
5 p.m. Faith Methodist Church, Howard I when you need it.

St Patrick's Church, 704 NE I Bishop Jr. High Cafetor-: SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW! "Chartered and Supervised by

1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, him, 1901' NE 9th St.. 'service WELCOMED. OPEN 7 ....' until 6 ,... weekdays-7 ..... til S' + j.1 01 Per the United States Government"Each SAVE BY THE 20th

10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. at 11 a.m. ,.... Saturdays &14 10 Annum Account Insured Up To OF ANY MONTH,
I We will gladly' accept your old
419 NE 1st
First Methodist
CbrlstIaDFirst $10,000.00
mower on one of these new models. C B BOHANNON JR.
Christian Church, SW St, services 8:45 and 11 'a.m. CompoundedSemiAnnually Free Parking in Rear- EARN FROM THE

2nd Ave. at 8th St, service at and 7:30 p.m. GOOD USED MOWERS Drive-in Window FIRST!
11 ajn. Trinity Methodist Church, FOR SALE !
West Side Christiai Church, 3536 NW 8th Ave., services at SE 7th St. ot 8th Are. Ph. FR 2-9561 "A Federal Savings Institution"

meeting at Gainesville Little 9 and 11 ajn. I I

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I How To Use Gulf Hammock? .

By BUZZ MKSON |I Donough Construction Co. of tions under which hunting]stockholders of Robinson Land rods will not be deprived of

Sun Area EditorIt ,Atlanta, Ga. would be continued could note and Lumber Co. ,their hunting in Gulf Ham
So-we called friend of As to the price I mock.
would seem that the pur- a > guessed at. purchase ,
chasers of the vast Gulf Ham- ours, Business Editor Jim Moon said that "in excess of But Grizzard spoke of the

mock property in Levy County Montgomery of the Atlanta Then as a parting state- $9 million" would more accurately -wild game therein as one of the

whoever they are should Constitution, and asked him to ment, the attorney said (according describe it. "resources" to be utilized. And

get together and issue a joint check out this matter with Lea. to Montgomery) that Grizzard was told that the he said that the conditions under

statement as to their intents, Montgomery called back the nothing could be predicted with property was offered to the which hunting would be allowed !-

% / and purposes in buying this I next day with this report: precision as to the future of'state for $70 an acre, which I' could not be guessed at.

-. ** ,1. ________________ vast acreage. I Lea was reluctant to talk except hunting in Gulf Hammock. I would have made the price in Could this mean the settingup
They should answer the to emphatically deny that excess of $9 million. He scoffedat of a swank hunting preservenot

burning question posed by the the construction firm of whichVPS So there we have statements this, saying that price tag under the management of

sportsmen of this area as to from two of the "prospective" must have been put on the the state-with accompanying

whether they will be allowedto purchasers of the Gulf Ham- property quite a few years ago. fees not compatible with the

continue hunting in this mock property. They are con- We hope that the local nim- average hunter's pocketbook?

game-rich territory.Two licting statements on just
about every count. ,If there are
of the purported purchasers
of the 130,000-acre plus two other parties involved, Brooker Feed Mill
holdings of 'the Robinson Land SUN&downs they have not been named by

and Lumber Co. have come either Moon or Lea. And neither -

statements Moon nor Lea have acknowledged -
forth with conflicting -

as to plans for "exploit they are partners.
-- -- Move I
: Visitors ing" the vast timber and mineral Moon said he had "a" part- Ready
Camp Blanding him the
resources of Gulf Ham ner who is letting run
show but he did not name the
'I mock. They have also issued BROOKER Red Mill ham president of the organization. -
Col. Fred Lewellen, (right) commander of the Officer Candidate School at I associate.
for conflicting statements as to he is president is a party to the Corp. will start moving to .
Camp Blanding, conducts a tour of the facilities there Thursday area digni.
whether hunting will be con-'purchase of the Gulf Hammock Moon said, "We can't have Athens, Ga., next week, according -
taries. Others (from left) are Maj-Gen. Henry W. McMillan, adjutant general i i "We'll make our primarymove
of Florida National Guard, Mrs. Ruby Johns, chairman of the S tar k e City tinued. releases I jroperty. Lea, as an individual, hunters in there while our timber "- to W. E. (Bill) Big- next week," Bigham

Council, and A. J. Thomas Jr., Bradford County state representative. (Sun Early press Mobile realtor gottenout who is one of the purchase operations are going on. ; said, "but leave our heavy inventory -
Moon said "My attorney is "
"Any speculation to the here until it is sold.
photo by Sam McGarvey)
figured in the sale of the Gull
cancellation of the
future of hunting (in Gulf Ham- working on Bigham said he has signed a'
Hammock property listed Win- lease (with the state) now." 10-year lease
mock) at this time is unwar- on a 10,000 sq.
SUCH PATHOS field: Moon and Associates of ranted," Lea said. 'r- ft. building in an Athens industrial .
Lea said according to Paterson -
Ala. the .
Mobile as buyers.We
Lea then referred Mont- S park, where he will
that hunting would con-
carried a story based on continue
production of
to his attorney, JamesC. SS''i portablefeed
a telephone interview with Win- tinue in Gulf Hammock. mills.
Ah! Those TV CommercialsBy field Moon of weeks Grizzard (telephone 525-
; a couple Several
cloud months Bigham
5308), who indicated that there Moon said there was a < ago
ago. Moon told us that he and are four "prospective" over the title to about 800 i made application for a loan

his "partner" would immediately -chasers of the Gulf Hammock pur- ..t-rpc.......w nf..._ the____ tract____. which...__onto has %_ from the Bradford County Development -
By SAM McGARVEYSun the right to draw another while a voice intones "Head-I start "liquidating" the be cleared He said the S S Authority, but it was
Staff Writer breath until he realizes that he ache, pain suffering. timber resources in Gulf Ham- property. should closed out *' turned down for lack of collat

I Television is providing won- should be worth infinitely more one comes to grips with a very mock; that core drillings are Grizzard said that the prospective in purchase about six weeks. : i eral. At the time he announcedthat

derful entertainment least dead than alive and hops into real problem and offers relief being conducted to determinethe purchasers are in the the Athens move was being

in the commercials. We can't 'the waiting and solicitous arms 'in a product. At the moment,I extent of reported huge process of investigating the potentials -I Grizzard said that the tractin contemplated as his only
the for of the nearest insurance man. our medicine chest is stuffed like 6-, alternative.
Bay same programs, dolomite deposits; that his at- for utilizing the resources question was more
I \ which take up fully half of the And that if he does not do so, Full with the product, as we'll torney was in the process of. of the Gulf Hammock'000 acres and that it probably Operation of a tung nut proc

time, and which lack the drama -he is nothing at all but a big be afraid that unless we buy it, cancelling a lease with the I property, including the timber,I would. be about six months be- essing plant here has been cur-

and the suspense-f i 11 e d fat bum. the commercial will be State of Florida which allows reported dolomite depositscore fore the deal is closed. tailed because of dwindling

wallop of the commercials. Where else, but from the TV thought unappreciated. ,' hunting in the game manage- ( drillings are being made;) plantings, but Brooker now
But as an avid TV viewer you We have no doubt that Lea SPROWSprow
A ft e raIl. boasts of the nearby huge Flo. ,
ment part of Gulf Hammock. and the wild
must be familiar with most of, game resources. told Paterson hunting would I
cares if GREAT DAY rida Hydrocarbons plant which
Subsequently, other papers "Obviously said Grizzard,
them. Our own favorites continue in the Hammock. We I
the boy get very promises to attract other industry
have carried stories with as- "We will start cutting the pine Is -
the girl, or are the thin-voiced tomato whocan't II know that Paterson is for the in that section.
from Paterson timber in reasonable
surances Billy a manner.
a grim faced go out because her hairis hunters and we have been told -
ill of'the Gulf Hammock We are not going to decimatethe
cowboy Is rid. a mess, the dogs who have manager that he held out for selling the I
dIed with been starved for a week before property, that the purchaser of property." Gulf Hammock property to the PrincipalAt !

I t from slugs THE MORNING the commercial and hence eat the property will definitely per- The attorney said no plans state. But apparently his was a
I a pistol as mit hunting to continue there. have been made for the hard- Buss
i Patties notto
Puppy greedily, the other
I big as a 75-mm. minor among BradfordSTARKE I Mixson
mention the razor blade Paterson, a vice president of wood.
,. cannon. Or if Aunt Jane's two- commercials, can persons find Robinson Land and LumberCo. Sun Area .
((1111) deal and the priceless "That people are going to I -
headed nephew turns our to be answers to every conceivable ingredient for gasoline.If ., was quoted as quoting William hunt on that property in the Gospel SingThe -Appointment of II I
the one who put Uncle Jim in
problem? Take the case of you feel the way we do C. Lea, one of the purchasers -future I have no oubt," said Harland A. Sprow as Brad- I
the sausage machine. 'men who go around smelling about commercials, why not to the effect that hunt- Grizzard. Gospel Singing Conven- ford High principal in chargeof S.

But the commercials! Ah, like an old goat. But for the drop us a line. ,Address it to ing in Gulf Hammock definitely All reassuring for the huntersup tion will hold a sing session to- grades 10-12 has been an-

now we approach stark trag- nicely phrased hints put out Cell 416, NE Florida Mental would continue. to this point but Grizzard day at the Simmons Baptist nounced by Bradford Supervising -

edy and grim reality in full by deodorant makers men Hospital Macclenny. Lea is president of Me- went on to say that the condi, Church. The public is welcome. Principal Connie Mack EditorQN'
dynamic force. might go on for years smellingup Clark. '

S In a welcome break In a the corner where they are. Sam ; 2
crummy program, a car runs And yet some nasty needle- Sprow was formerly the principal
a red light and, following the nosed bureaucrat up in you- 400th Anniversary of Fort Caroline of the Keystone Heights I McGarveySun
School and has been serving as I :
screeching of tires, there is a know-where, D. C., wants to Area .!
thunderous collision. Next we cut down on commercials, of assistant principal at BHS. I' Staff /

see the victim, swathed to the all things. We say "no" in aloud Jim Temple former princi-I Writer /

chin in bandages, who in a voice, and that if anything Commemorated on St. Johns River pal of the Brooker School of I,I
shaken voice says, "I don'tknow let's cut out the pro- been named as principal .w.
where I'd be if it wasn't grams altogether and have grades 7-9 at Bradford High. I' .

for my Green Cross insurance -nothing but commercials.We By GEORGE MIMS I Built of earth and wood in a turned to France for suppliesand time exploring for treasure ;I Clark is succeeding Tom Ca-

!" like the one about PAIN. The 400th anniversary of'triangular shape the replica reinforcements.Civil rather than planting crops, the sey as BHS principal. Casey-!: The MostComplete

Such pathos! Such sympathy You know it shows a pendulum Fort Caroline is being commem- parallels closely the way the War in France prevented spring of 1565 found them near will become school superintendent to

not to mention a goodly swinging back and forth, orated today. 1 French built the original struc- reinforcement of the garrison -starvation.The Harmon on Jan.Morgan 1, as a who successor has announced -: NelvsCoverage

portion of empathy. I ture.The so the survivors at Port English slave trader, Sir his retirement as of of
Then there's an exciting one : Phone Owners The site of the famous fort.a French artist Le Moyne, Royal built a crude craft and John Hawkins came upon the

which provides an answer to a Growth national memorial, is 10 ,who is credited with having eventually reached home.A starving colony while search- that date. NortlicentralFlorida

problem which is racking husbands I Doubles miles east of Jacksonville on drawn the first pictures of the fleet of three vessels with ing for fresh water. He exchanged -

: which detergent and TALLAHASSEE (APFlor) -the banks of the St. Johns American Indian, designed the 300 people anchored off the St. food, clothing and a Tobacco Meet

)r bleach to use. As in all commercials ida's telephone networks were River.A Johns River June 25, 1564. The small ship for artillery from the _

there is no tiddling growing twice as fast this fort.When commander was Rene de Lau- OakLIVE
yearas of the built Fort Caroline was founded At Live
replica fort by
around with the solution. Thus, they did donniere Ri of 1565 the colon- Have the
a year ago the Public the French with the aid of there was no other European who sailed with August
I't in a neat package the problem Utilities Commission said friendly Indians in 1564 has : colony on the North American bault on the first voyage in ists were ready to leave for OAK- A special called
'- Is presented, ditto solution, and Friday. 1562. home. Ribault reached the fort
continent this side of Mex- i Sun Home
been finished in time for the meeting of the Farm Bureau
even the name of the productX Commission Chairman EdwinL. ''ico. One hundred and ten of the as the colonists were about to
dedication Tobacco Advisory ;
\ ceremony.The nue-Cured
use is given forcefully. Mason said 7,000 subscriberswere .! Due to religious strife and 300 colonists were sailors, 120 set sail. Committee has been slated to- DeliveredToday
But these are only two of the added in May by the 16 $142,000 federal replica is European wars, France soughtto soldiers, and the rest artisans, The same day, Menendez de at the Coliseum in

easons why we're crazy about telephone companies operatingin the culmination of a reconstruc-I. strengthen her country by servants, and a few women Aviles, Spanish admiral; was morrow Live Oak. i

:ommercials.! Another which' Florida. The number doubles II.. tion bill introduced by Congressman uniting Catholic and Huguenots but no farmers. off the coast near St. Augustinewith The major purpose of the I: !

tomes to mind is one dealing the May 1963 figure, he said. I Bennett in 1962. (Protestant) against the Span With Timucua Indian help, 34 ships searching for the meeting is to discuss effects! I
with life insurance, which after the colonists built a triangular French.It To Order
of the recent court rulings on
presenting many needed ish.Fort Caroline was part of fort of earth and wood on the was at this time that Men- of THE GAINESVILLE SUN
the U. S. Department Agriculture's PhnsBRONON.
facts in full candor, concludes Waterworks DedicationSet this plan.In St. Johns Bluff. endez established the colony of 10 cent \
with the benign statement that per acreage I CEDAR KEY,
1562, a French expedition The original site no longer St. Augustine, September 4, cuts for Type 14 flue-cured to OTTER CREEK
there is no obligation, only 'exists. It was washed aft- 1565.
led by the Huguenot Jean Ri- away bacco. 4M-J243
o those you love. July 4 in Archer bault reached the Florida coast er the river channel was deep- Against the advice of his The meeting will begin at 2 t i BROOKER. LA CROSSE

The import of the message is and touched at the St. Johns ened in the years following 1880. captains and Laudonniere, Ri- p.m. and will be open to all. 05-4771

unmistakable: no man has ARCHER A gala Fourth of of Archer, has announced a River, then left a small garrison Since the men were soldiers bault decided to attack the interested tobacco producers. WALDO. FAIRBANKSGairwtvHi
July celebration is planned 'dedication program which will at present-day Port Royal and gentlemen who spent their Spanish and sailed Mayport Sun

National Board's here next Saturday.But start at 5 p.m. and will have Sound, S.C. while Ribault re- <' "., Clrc 372$441ALACHUA

instead of the celebration Congressman D. R. (Billy) ''''l",1: .f" -'/,L'. "" i.w 462-1424 5
Grads centering around fireworks, the Matthews as the .principal "b4. .
main attraction will be waterworks speaker. To ProposeNew = ,' WILLISTON 525443
the just completed, The dedication program will ,

Number 62 I 1183,000 Archer municipal wa- be at the site of the ,shiny ney :' )' TRENTON.34557 BELLHO
ter system. water tank on U. S. Highway Budget +
STARKE Sixty-two mem-. Mrs. Rubye McNair, mayor 41. G. M. Davis, chairman of I :'" -J CROSS CITY.4W-309I OLD TOWN S
Florida National the Alachua County Commis- ;t
bers of the : .
Guard will be graduated from Club sion will be master of cere- For KeystoneKEYSTONE t,, HAWTHORNEGR .,111MICANOPY.

Officer Candidate School at Keystone monies. 2<: .
nearby Camp Blanding today, The "C 0 u n try Gentlemen" HEIGHTS A, '- Fritz Ashmor
according to Major General To Sponsor hillbilly band of Lowell Correctional proposed budget of $45,215 will! MJcanoey

Henry W. McMillan, state ad. Institute will provide be presented at the next meet-' ff MELROSE. KEYSTONE HTS.

jutant general. Swim Lessons musical entertainment.Mrs. ing of the Keystone Heights Clrc. 3714441

Speaker at the commissionIng McNair said that several -City Council according to .. NEWBERRY372MM
t .
exercises will be Congress- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS A other state officials have I Councilman Jack Haberstroh .
nan Robert L. F. Sikes First free course in swimming in- accepted invitations to the waterworks -i finance and law chairman.He r{ .f. WINDSOR ORANGE HTS.

Congressional District. Candidates -'struction and lifesaving will be dedication. I said the budget includes SANTA CAMPVILLE.FE SHORES

who successfully completed :conducted at Keystone Beach Immediately following the $7,200 for capital improvements Clrc. 3714441
the school will be commissioned dedication program, the Archer -
from July 7 16 as a project of and that the proposed spending ARCHER
as second lieutenants -' Volunteer Fire Department can be met without in- 495-2244
the Keystone Heights Rotary
Florida National :. will serve a chicken barbecue
in the creasing millage.Improvements .
Donations of $1.50 for
Guard. Gordon Adams, public relations -supper. slated, according 4934721
McMillan said the I adult plates and 75 cents forchidren's
Gen. officer for the club, says to Haberstroh, in additionto LAKE B4JTLE3
] plates will be accepted
established in 1961 HY 33631STARK
school was city hall, are a sidewalk -
Y.M.c.A. instructors and life Mrs. McNair said. Proceeds a new ,
and that selected enlisted men will furnish instruction by the library, a new traf !, LAWTIY
guards will be used for purchaseof
trained here W47774HIGH
cf the Guard are fie city tax book a new
and light,
commissioned ofI .. and provide protection, a new fire truck.
to become that the course is open to all The mayor said that the fire voter registration system. A 454-UM SPRINGS
I ficers. of 6-60. of total of $5,000 is set up for the
members were in from the ages truck is a needed piece fr
He said 118 WRITE er CALL
the senior class and that the Adams says registration for equipment to go with the new new city halL .? S' CIRCULATION or MANAGER
the school the course will be held at the water system in order to obtain He said the budget also includes BOX 57
number completing favorably with the Beach on Monday, July 6, from a reduction of fire insur- $1.500 $2.000 for a J I Monument-marking Ft..-Caroline--- site overlooking- the St. John's River. j GAINESVILLE 372-8441

compares tverage elsewhere. 8-11 a. m. ance rates in the city. standby water supply.

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Gainesville Sun Sunday. June 28, 1964

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DEAR ABBY {, 'Ar' H CD I i HOME-rETGO SEE 110)3-rHEE( DON6.( .. ,- SEGH ((1

D wfMAlt7HATI40(15'ccLEANNG I

What's your problem For a general Z ( v 1

Modest Women reply write to Abby Box 3365, 60N6 .
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t Beverly Hills. CalifH 9021 Z. and

include a self-addressed stamped en-

Abigail< Van Buren velope. Abby answers aU mail. a lug 6 }t 'SCArri i i.y.

DEAR ABBY: We moved Into a new neighborhood and I and he thinks it looks good. Everyone makes fun of it WARM.. rrUPYISHTAM \ CUT STEAKBLTTS'GHT
started going to the neighborhood beauty shop. The last two behind his back. When my mother saw it for the first time NOPEJr-rTHAltfT COMPLETELY> + V c: Q .SHMOOS JMM!! coui.TASTE!UKE.! BOLEDJ THIS MAH CASE POWERS//ONLV IS BEYOND RA (G L.x P.

times I went, the same lady was there in her slip with her she had to bite her lip to keep from laughing. I really .r FROZE/A c CHICKEN- ONE NWJ KIN HANDLE g
big fat legs showing as well as her bosom. Another lady wish that he would shave it off. How should I tell him? a STILL JUICY// r flif'A

took off her blouse and sat there in a thin nylon bra. The I hate to hurt his feelings. q r

lady in the slip didn't care what showed. I go to the beauty KATHY C ..f iJJcsr 1

shop every Saturday and my 8yearold.son likes to go DEAR KATHY: Tell him in the kindest, frankest, plain- d uP -

with me. He was so embarrassed by all these half-dressed est words you can find. But TELL him.

1 women he could hardly keep his mind on his comics. He has a (
plenty of time before he has to learn what half- essed a
DEAR ABBY: The woman who signed herself "WAITING" +
women look like. He doesn't have to learn it at 8 years of a
is not the only whose husband
one uses poker
age in a beauty shop. Should I tell those brazen women to
a cover for evenings spent with other women. How 1
up h
be more modest? Or should I ask the shop manager to a a
I do I know? Because I was the "other woman" (for a while).
j keep her customers covered? _
I later learned that there had been many in his life beforeme.
He is in his fifties, married, a devoted father and
DEAR NEW Women in various stages of undress have
: grandfather. But what kind of husband? I am glad I was RIDE OL AUNT SUKEY -
more business in a beautiy shop than an eight-year-old] boy. w=
only "the other woman" instead of his wife. HOLD ON,MAW"!! TOTH'SETTLEMENT
Leave the lad at home.

DEAR ABBY: Why would a young, intelligent married CONFIDENTIAL TO GORDO: If a man can't break 90, he MULE TODAY i ).!,.....
woman go ,to someone's home for dinner with her hair up ,...
has no business on a golf course. If he breaks 80, he probably en 1
in rollers and a scarf when she has been told there would has no business. f

be 16 other guests? I hope you can think of a good excuse >H II.-.
t DEAR ABBY: I happen to be one of those STINKERS who
for her because she is really a good girl otherwise.
has been a heavy smoker for 40 years, and I have enjoyed ( -- -' -
BAFFLED every puff. I got three clippings in the mail of your column I Iy ,
DEAR BAFFLED: She'll have to think of her own "ex-
where that wrote in .
person to say that people won't quit I
cuses." But if you are interested in the reason, it is obvi smoking because of the lung cancer fear, but they might I

ous. She's saving her best self for a worthier occasion,, quit if somebody told them that all smokers just plain stink! Z; \
en I
which is no compliment to her hostess. I never knew that I stank. How can I find out who sent
those clippings? 6 17

DEAR ABBY: My boy friend is not quite 17 and he has D.S.S.

grown a mustache at least, that's what he calls it. Itisn't DEAR D.S.S.: It's hardly serious enough for the FBI. '
very thick or dark. In fact, it just looks like he forgotto Just assume the clippings were sent by someone who NOSE p -WE1ZE ONLY I HERE-DIET SMITH OH NO! '
wash his face but nevertheless, it is a mustache you.very well. 2000 MILES OUT. JUNIOR AND MOON MAID.

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k MORNING CD Blue Angels the attention of Senorita O Bachelor Father Z SHOW ANYTHING UNUSUAL, b-PINEAL 111 IT WOULD BE HOSPITAL'HE WAS
f, 7:00 D Living Words O Danger Is My Bus!. Dolores Tenino, who's CD Romper Room < DR.MORGANITHEREPORT A SHADOW/ )tfr. 'i s TOO RISKY IF A ALL DRESSED ANDx o v,

7:05 I O Religion Is Relevant:30 ness. visiting the ranch with O People Are Funny G 7 AFTERNOON CAME BACK!THIS : .3 TUMORPRE5ENS/ DOCTOR READY THIS MORNING/TO = '

/ CD Gospel Caravan 6:00 O Twentieth Century her father CD Jack La Lanne u. a

8:30 D Gospel Songs Ethiopia: Part 2 10:00 O Du Pont Show 9:55 CD Sen. Spessard a05C ._ Br 7eyt '

8:35 O Sen. G. Smathers O CD Meet The Press (Color) "Flight Deck," a 10:00 Q Say When ti

8:40 O Lippy the Lion Interview with French one-day tour of duty O News ; F rI r
t 9:00 O You Are There Foreign Minister Maurice aboard a Navy carrier.O (D Waldo Norris / s / 1

O TV Gospel Time Couvre De Murville Candid Camera 10:25 O CD News _

9:30 O Bible AnswersO via Telstar satellite re 10:30 O CD Word For Word n
10:30 O What's Line?
Gospel Songs lay. CJ: I Love Lucy M

CD (Color) Together We 6:30 O News, Weather 11:00 O News 11:00 Q CD Concentration .A.i\ % _
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Worship SportsO O The McCoys i
1 10:00 O International Zone Mr. Ed CD News 11:30 Q CD JeopardyO --
O Lamp Unto My Feet. 11:15 O Movie \ BOV--WHATA COME,
Pete And Gladys DEAR-JUMP
"Cantata De San Juan"Based 12:00 O CD First Impressioncolor I V HOT '
7:00 Q Bill Dana former Navy flier returns DP COLD rgfYE5.6INNY
on the Life of John ( ) WATER-
CD Patty Duke home after the ago Y ;F IT'LL ,
The Baptist. O Love Of Life COOL YOU -.z
D This Is The Answer O Lassie war to find that his wife 12:25 O.News DARLING y ? OFF \ =J
7:30 O CD World has been unfaithful. Alan qJ 1 1Ic j
10:30 O This Is The Life Disney's 12:30 Q CD Truth or 3 .. --.a I
O Faith For Today Disneyland Goes to the Ladd, Veronica Lake, ConsequencesO d- r 1 % I #

CD Frontiers of Faith World's Fair. William Bendix, Howardde Search For Tomorrow z; I

l 11:00 O Image USA O My Favorite Martian Silva. 12:45 O Guiding Light 4t jd

1 (D Rocky and his 8:00 O Ed Sullivan CD Movie 12:55 Q CD News 0a ---d dj

Friends Scheduled: Frank Sin "Elizabeth and Essex. 1:00 Q News tLIUJffl wrd dQ
Story of the romance between j
O Church Service atra; singer Connie O Midday t! i T -
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a CD Beany And Cecil Teicher, duo -pianist; her favorite, the 1:05 CD Match Game \ ,,, tr J

12:00 O RevivalO rock 'n' roller Bobby youthful warrior Lord 1:15 O Focus-Interview 6Z7

Movie Vinton; comic Jerry Essex. Bette Davis, Er- 1:30 O ScienceO
rol Flynn, Olivia de YES:TO THE DRIVE-IN! coPEY.1! YOU'RE I II III !-1 WAS GOING TO
Shane dancer As The
Joan Hoi- World
I' 12.15 O Baseball loway; Hines, Hines and I 11:30 O Peter Gunn. CD Ernie Ford = m GLAD YOU CAME % FOR PETE. TONGUES CLACKING -DON'T YOU DINNER SATURDAY NI6HT AT THE CLUB,
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12:30 O Oral Roberts members of the International MONDAY MORNING O Password DAUGHTER HA5 JUST A ONLY SAID HE %___ =__? ___ TO SAY TO : L FIX SOMETHING HERE FOR HER \ ',

"Tarzan The Fearless." Society. 6:10 I CD Continental Classroom 2:30 Q CD Doctors o FALLEN FOR THE GOLF 1 TO A MOVIE! ieI 11d
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1:00 O Christopher Program American Government. Party
8:30 O I CD Grind i
1:30 O Baseball 6:15 O Summer Semester 3:00 Q CD Another World
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2:00 O Littlest Hobo "The Great Shultz" plansa O Scope 3:25 O News >c

2:30 I CD Hootenanny pseudo-scientific act in. 6:30 Q Religion of Man 3:30 Q CD You Don't Say =: F a 4I .

3:30 D Movie which he seems able to I O Pastor's Study O Edge Of Night < '% I -
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4:00 O The Cleveland] Open rabbit and Grind is 6:40 CD Living Words (color) Secret Storm / _-I f
Golf mighty impressed. 6:45 CD Hi, Neighbor (color) CD Popeye's Pals

O To Be Announced 9:00 O Burke's Law. O News, Weather 4:25 Q News
6:50 O Farm And Home
4:30 Q Star and Story MysteryAt 7:00 4:30 Q Burns and Allen] I SORRY,51Rii MENTIONED A/ft*THE I NEVEZ THOUGHT AND WHAT "I GUESS THAT 7Hii
O Sports Spectacular singer Billy Joe celebrates CD Movie o 1 MEAN 13 TOUCH 1 POKER FACE AND EAR CUT AT WHO STAB- PDTEETJSMYFAMID" HZ A PRIME
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A Fable of Fellows 1 i

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.......x a.... is BOUND+c21TY PfC1.S_ POPULARnY CONTEST yr IBR I 'etr E'zroMA
There are all these fellows in trying to sink us all," Harold The men keep rowing 7i7 MAKE AVE A e FArJERK
the lifeboat. There are Nelson, says. Dick sits and sulks. sacrifice? < ENENUES I JOB 'TODO

and Bill, and George and "That's a terrible thing to around nerv = '
Su d d e DIy Harold ] does it have to be jTiJJoeEz.

Harold and they and had Cabot been put and adrift Dick, accuse it wasn't me for of,me" Dick and says.Ike. )"If'ouwouldn't "Sharks! There"are sharks t l 6.21LtASTiE J; '

by Captain Barry and his ruthless be in this boaL"Nelson over the place! got to be some- ? Il

crew. Dick jumps up. Th6
f says, "Oh shut up to !
worry, men can deal go.
They are rowing to shore to '
and give hand "
us a rowing. sharks." sharks, Bi 11
get some help. The lifeboat is
Dick grabs an oar'but every "What to row. We've still
J creaky and the water is rough. are we doing don'F =
I Dick shouts encouragement: time the men row forward be Cabot asks. to stick together."
rows backward. rest of them
"The sharks are
"Don't worry men, we'll makeit are hungry.

!" Cabot gets angry: "Are you only way you can get the sneaks a drink oi VDU'RE A 1JkE X7JNG /HAVING BAD UJOC YE ONLY L05T NG W5S Lf S!1
"Why don't you row?" Nelson gaing to row with us or againstus them is to throw cask. 5021 wn- HEAR I HEAR EXACTLY !..WE"PHATET05EE AT THE TABLE TO- _THOUSAND KENO.,. JUST WAKr X70 7C
asks him. ?" the water." a half of loaf l ,BUSTEK! I.6AJP MJt. -S.WHAT YOU SAID Alt START ANY TR17C5LEf NIbHL IN55 t.r.w A7.E YOU CUTT1NGAhE 5101 THEIAJf'S..
"I didn't say I would row,". "I agreed to row but I didn't "You must be out of think of a IA1SS tPPt>s..AiOMC* / IH WITH HER: .
Dick replies. say I'd row with you. Did mind" ,Nelson says. ""When --1Jc4y
they ex-
"Well If you won't row," anyone hear me say how I was "Fm not out of my 111 be
Bill "you can bail the going to row?" cap
says Look at it this
way. boat and it will b
water out of the boat"Dick I Bill shouts, "Will you sit six of us in the boat. If ."

grabs a pail but Instead *I down and stop rocking the throw one guy over, five is still far off and I
of bailing water out of; boat?" will be saved. We have to be f
seen as sun
the boat he 'ts more water i "Don't tell me what to do. of the greatest good for and i
men I
into' IL, You're not the captain of this greatest number." at the oars. Except o

"What the are you do- boat. I've had more experiencethan "But who are we going quietly slips the Q tr
ing. ?" George s.Tm i you've had. This happensto throw overboard?" the side. rJ T

bailing?' ck says. be my seventh sinking cri- Dick's eyes narrow. on fellows, he ti _

"No, you're not. "You're sis." about it, George? Why row, row." 1

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Sunday, June 28, 1954 Gainesville Sun 3C

foraREALSUMMERVACATION A 4-hour drive-then ALL your time! i THIS IS $ $ $ $ $ $. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$5$ $ $ ,;

X25 mlta from you Our Town .
via newly completttfJ
nisnw yi ._, Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner


The little chest of 10- she had written to President < 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is $lOCI.If .
FLORIDA'S FAMED EAST COM? Last Week's "',"'/ '", no correct solution Is reached hi this Sunday's puzzle the weekly prize will
year old Sandra Jo Home'sdresser Kennedy for the last two years. remain constant at S400, until solved.

ocean beaches cooled by trade winds- holds a special trea How they shared their birth- 2. It the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The Sun
for the preceding :30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
fresh and
salt water fishing that ranks "tops." Golf. sure -. two letters. days together. Did the Presi- PriseivordExplanations one correct puzzle Is received from home-deHvered subscribers. the bonus wM
scenic drives through famous Indian River citrus be divided among them.
dent think he could for
country.A arrange 3. The Sun will pay at feast MS each week for the correctly salved PRIZE.
friendly "family vacationland"with low The letters are from presidents I t
this year's special tribute WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received -
summer rates ..__..__....
an -----j of the United States. the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct
added inducement. I Chamber of Commerce Dept CS-J two artificial red roses to be solution.
I Hwy u.s.1,Fort Pierce FloridaX. I Three years ago, when the John !
l* / I Please D FREE Vacation Folder I little girl from Alachua placed on Kennedy'sgrave 4. Solve the due as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from eacH
j- ''TV&kr I w l DFREEFishing Folder was ? clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle

-j --' Kane> ......................-..- I I seven, she learned from tele- This week, Sandra received or sale use reproductions a good, exact-size will not hand-drawn be acceptable.facsimile.This contest Mechanical Is based or otherwise on skill whole The
i Address -.--.sS................ vision that she and President CLUES ACROSS: decision of the fudges shall be final and ail. contestants taking part must
City................. State....... I John Fitzgerald Kennedy shar- another letter from' another agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
--- ------. Development Council of St licit Cty J I President. I' -"W erty of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
JArel J ed the same birthday-May 28. 1. TACKLED not tickled. The
-- v: "Dear Sandra. S. Anyone. except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their
__ question of "being put off"one's families may enter this contest. '
Getting a little help from her "The President asked me to 1 '
"stroke" applies to an After you have filled ;In the puzzle paste tt on the back of a four mother Mrs. Ruth Home she thank for the two
R.C. SUMMERTIME FUN PARTY you sending activity (e. g., the playing of --- postcard. Mail it '1'01"I Florida postoific *i Prizeword Pete. Gainesville Sun.
composed a letter sending birth- pretty rosebuds to, place on P. O. Box 57, Gainesville' Florida or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
a game) favoring TACKLED. GOOD OLE PETE Department Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries, to be eligible for the
THURS. 10 A.M. On Stage & Screen day greetings to the President, President Kennedy's grave on "A prize must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednesday
boy when tickled
? may at am. We are not responsible for entries lost or delayed In the malls.
the of his birth-
that their
noting birthdayswere anniversary be doing nothing. THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE Entries enclosed In envelopes cannot be accepted.
on the same day. day and yours. It was a most
_7. There
can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
thoughtful gesture on your part 6. RAINS not raids. The EDITOR Each reader may submit not more than FIVE entries In each week's contest
NOW at 1 :27 On June 19 1962 Sandra
received -
and that I know context of the clue suits RAINS
1 one means 8. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
3:27-5:27 a letter from Mrs. Evelyn much to Mrs. Kennedy and her better. In a "severe" bombing Circulation F-a. Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place. Gainesville
during regular office hours.
Lincoln President -
7:27-9:27 secretary children. raid, for example, "a shelter"would
Kennedy. She expressed t. WInners If any. and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
"With the President's very have to be more than I SINNERWANTED PUZZLE 1T will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published hi next
the President's thanks and said
WHiMmmauimEamDEBORAH SundaY's Gainesville Sun.
best wishes, "pretty good" to give "ade-
that he asked her to extend
(Signed by the President's quate protection" against a di- 10. The G.ineTiI Sun reserves the right to correct any tnorr&pbjeal
KERR cordial greetings to Sandra on errors or any: o'her r which may appear 1a any: published matertaJ
hit =
rect bomb.
secretary) by a in ctanectlon with this .
P their shared birthday. Her voice is quiet and seriousas :
HAYLEY MillSii Last Sandra received'no 8. LICKED not kicked or
year she talks about her letters.I .
nicked. LICKED; since it Puzzle No. 24
her yes,
reply on birthday mes- felt so good I was real
JOHN MILLS to JFK. "cot'ld easily have" been a"bitter" REWARDWith
x happy. It was the first time I
blow to his' Clip and Paste on 4c Postcard
This year, the message was ever got letter, from a President pride.
( ROSS I Both kicked and nicked
N HUNTER'S RODUC11ON .WiThe <>< a sad one.Sandra's. ," she explains, talking are -- -

t letter was ad about the letter from the late weak, since "being party to aroughhouse" I entries sub-
? over 2,100 t 3 4
1e. dressed to President Lyndon (defined as: I LLOO
President. "I will
CIiA..LK.GARPE keep the let-
I I "rough behavior mitted last week and not a win-
disorderly or
B. Johnson. She.explained how ters ,till I die." 7
\, play"), he would hardly expect ner among them, many fans are u.: N D I Eii \

TECHNICOLOR 8_ clean fighting. doubt muttering cross 9

I STARTSTH ;SDAY! I I Today In History 9. PROVE not probe. PROVE words. Last Sunday's rains must v p!JE UI.o

applies more directly to "val- have kept many of you inside. R 1 E W IS Y
....... .. I
-i LJAcKaNSSiMM : By THE ASSOCIATED'PRESS(named her "Molly Pitcher" and idity." Tha! "man" probes the Our entries were higher than 1 t
,t. GEtIRGESffiEY) Today is Sunday, June 28, the so she is'known in American I actual substance "of" the "ar- hey have been for the past few 14

$i'EMS PRESLEY ., faotia'lla 180th day of 1964. There are 186 history. I -vthus PROVING its weeks. Last Sunday's puzzle S I I fsl

1 : ? days left in the year. On this date "validity." proved to be one of the most 0 ..6 OLT li AIs
WMURGRET; Today's highlight in history: 13. CASH not case or cask.

... uETR060101..iffij"JjTJ17j In 1838, the coronation of CASH is the most directly apt. difficult ones that we've had in
On this date in 1778 the Battle
Queen Victoria took place. It's rather a matter of "being a long while. In fact we only
of Monmouth Courthouse, At'L
N.J., was fought in sweltering In 1914, the Archduke Francis trusted to handle" the contents had one person that came any- WI
of a case or cask which
STARTS TONIGHT! heat. American ,artillery Sgt. Ferdinand was assassinated where near winning and she indeed 1 a
the clue does not qualify. Cast R o 0x
a spark which started World
John fell victim of the
Showtime 7:30 Hays a is remote. was real close. Mrs. M. J.

heal His wife, Mary, who had War I. 15. CURT not hurt. CURT, of Gainesville was done in by AK T 0 IN C
NIGHT OF THRILLS followed him to battle swabbed In
1919, the Versailles Treatywas
but it is more a questionof when she used 2i
yes; No. 1 across
and loaded his and, the battle w D A! GW1964
OUVU diHAVtlLUD WARDS YOU gun signed.In
IT I "taking offense without _
NOT SEE apparent _
THE MAIiEEUENT WARNS YOU: UU HLUIlL i over, carried pitchers of Water TICKLED instead of TACKLED. -
1940, Nazi bombers at- reason. Such "peopleare" BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE ;
: to the men. For this they tacked the channel islands.In not "often" actuallyhurt I ., Hmm, the rest of her puz
If you are not now a home-delivered sub-
t .?........ "without reason." zle was perfect.We I-I scriber and would like to have The Sun
OLIVIA f .: .'e'' .'. 1944, the Republican party started please check box. Extra Bonus for I
\ ........... I nominated Thomas E. Dewey as 21. SHOP not stop. SHOP links home-delivered subscribers.: See Rule No. 2
de HAVllLAND' ,:j4 ;'; S i t4ltlol! r Ck ttlcttt, its presidential candidate. up especially." Also well, the with implication "forprovisions. -. was any asked one the word Judges that if seemedto there I Name ..,

TRAPPED... :;, t 1 ,... ... poI' .. you suits SHOP-stop SHOP bet stump most contestants. But, .'
a Street Number
k' .* this didn't seem to be the case.
DEfEHSELESS. / ter. Mail to: Prizeword Contest ;
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 This week's prize remains at
J The Gainesville Sun .
'. Also In Ocala 23. SHELL not smell. To a ;
NfYWII 7UATRarr $500 for the correctly Sox 57, Gainesville Fla.

.. ......,.,. naturalist or ornithologist, a"slight" puzzle if you are a regular subscriber ,

II SOIB i'"raw"wataeoipnsnea difference" between to Th/s Sun. If you are a .
'rtu ea I'I'Emoy COOL NOW! 2 SMASH HITS! "the SHELLS of" two "eggs" part-time ,reader you lose out City State Phone :

SHOWN FIRST & LAST could be significant. One does i
on the $100 bonus and will haveto
OPEN 7:00

NOW A LOSL WORW.BECOMES A NEW 111181SgICOIPkNf WORLD; : OF ADVENTURE h.r !, 1 Gulf fee ZM Ii Iif SEE SHOW AS BOTH J.50 7:45 LATE i not eggs"compare; the significance"the smells lies of would'settle like for to $400 settle.' for this I Prizeword Pete i

I in the fact that an lie g g
\. '\lULBRYnnElt f smells."
I I Every word necessary to solve CLUES ACROSS:
24. TASK not talk.
Specifying I
:..<; v GEORGE CHJUURIS Fforldlans bow I Com to Sarasota for ( I "serious" favors TASK. the puzzle is in the word list. 4. The amount of tune men are prepareu tofor unes-
; your summer vacation. More things to All need do is figure di it .
SHIRIEUJUUIEFIEIDKincs you sentials be limited.
: see and do.Whit und beKtiw fjhmj, WHAT No talk or lecture "is" 'a fit which words the correct may strictly .
t c 4"-- M' golf bauball live Uietttr.Writi Cbambtr a "occasion for levity." are 6. The way a patient's heart Is may be significant to
f$ !* ones. Remember all entries
OF of Commerce P.O.Box 301.
ACASH 25. BAND not bend. A BANDof a doctor. '
must be in The Sun office by 9
THE SUIt saasotaCOUNTY musicians, for example, cer- A.M. Wednesday in order to be 8. Certain might put one in mind of Walt Whitman.
1 .
"A bend the
"can. in
10. Certain fish need to be with
eligible. Read the rules and may special care.
fetal hi HELIIIE rwrlsler FLORIDA'S DISTINCTIVE) RESORT AKA road" may be only a gentle -
one, which can be taken at study the clues carefully. This 11. .One might look for the opportunity to tell a man that

may be the week that someone he has nothing to gain by being this.
___ ___ normal speed. Furthermore,
---- ---- --- - n -- will with all the
come up right
I 14. Narrow aperture.
many of today's highways are
THFHO.UTTWCTIWIOfALLTlMEATSPECIALPQPULtt fAPAST. designed with the proper degree -answers on the same entry.As 16. A shock or surprise.

of bank at a bend, so that 17. Hang limply. ,
NO PASSES 2ND WEEKTHE the rules state each
P S! the "driver" does not have to member -
18. An elder has
THIS of your family 'can send in statesman experience of problems.
ATTRACTION ADULTS $1.25 CHILDREN 50e speed. up to five entries. 20. Some boxers would scorn such an approach.
+ I
a 1 1 CLUES DOWN: 24. The fact that they rebels can-,render certain men .

OATA WHAT We'll be waiting for your en- liable to dire consequences.

r <'H:'- 1. TRITE not tripe. As word tries and looking for a winner. 25. A tree or its wood.

COCO* BY DE LUXE BIGGEST EVER ed, the clue favors the adjective .
26. The thought that a certain line is-so well may gratify -

.. SCHEDUttDP'UORMANglipr 1:10 and 7:10 PUT ON FILM. ASlUNIWHATA "Grownups"mITE would(commonplace not "de-). Best wishes to alLSolution a manufacturer.

12:45 and 6:30 r. f 27. The of a visionary be far* removed from
wxofnccormAT 4 Academy Awards :.. ,.,.. "' W J't scribe" all "boys' adventure may prac-
: : \< possibility.
stories" as tripe.surely. Furthermore
NAlI1tWl wE eeellrMel R M' t
't1 I TRITE is a ,typically CLUES DOWN:
--- -- --"-- -----
T "t;:: .. 601 adult word and therefore,
a I ttnlftfla t::" fits the clue's reference to 1. A boy may not think twice about eating apples. '

"grownups." 2. Whatever you may -, it's rather foolish to dream of

ptsentsMadame 2. CAKE not coke. Coke, \\ i making a fortune. .

Places'l quite simply, "might be kepin"
Going 3. It may, of course, be very small Indeed. -.
a "bin. One does not

/c aidMtTt J I have "a CAKE bin," b'u t 4. How old you are. i j.
.- CAKE "might," however "be 5. Some of them can be rather troublesome:: ,, 't j

kept in a sort of bin." 7. At present ff

This SummerAided and PHI 3. LADY not lads. The impli- e 4 9 9. When -, a ,man may be troubled by his conscience. 'i

cation is that such can
iswm&iiNM 12. Not fast.
"vote." Since lads may well

be too young to vote, LADY is 13. Very small creature. J i

by Steady Profits from MartIn more reasonably apt. 15. There are times when to a gun can lead to an accident -

I that could not otherwise have _
5. RIGOROUS not vigorous. happened.

His Newspaper Route. !, .1d6M1Km i Au "investigation may" be 19. Behind time. }

I V1 :RIGOROUSLY thorough, yetI 20. Remnants of -' can likely come' In useful for some
merely routine and not notably *
I thing else.
IN BUSINESS for himself his
aDdlldedMoN while
route pays him well for on houror I vigorous. 21. Of great length. j"

so OT work each oVjy.-gives --- vigorous investigation" definitely 22. Opposite of high.
"a RIG- |
implies a big effort,
:?y TJI him the extra cash and ample
23. One of a pair of long wooden runners. .
> OROUS investigation may meana
\w kr IIIt4UT( AA free time for the outdoorsports .j t
and summer activities every boy lot of work for-the'police7. ."

I enjoys. SEEM not seek "Keen I
I trtWHIT novices" invariably "seek to im-

A newspaper route is one of the prove" as "rapidly" as possible Last Week'sPuzzle 'FREE WORD LISTTHIS ..1
few opportunities left in our : 1 t
and SEEM to" 'do
; "usually
j modem world where a young fploeArcorn

man con earn o weekly profit ; # so. LIST CONTAINS. AMONG OTHERS, THE"
t take trips. win' prizes. WIYTo- ;14. SEATED not sealed.
gain valuable business training SEATED is the most contribu- ACK LED R

end develop, poise. .confidence a :tive answer since sealed Is implied a a aa RAiF4LTC PUZZLEAGE j

See If Titx's and initiative. :' in the word, "pressnriz ED 0 G E IDEAS NOW SOUNDING

ed" The "airman" is hardly a a PROVE ALLOT INVENT OAK SOUR -
If are between the of
ages ,
t -' d Roate Open 12 and 16 and would like more j DotbtTDW2d sealed "in" the "cabin," anyway EP R ALLOW INVEST PAS( spy '
Acrioa Thriller 9:50 be is "in a seal ARE JOLT PIP TIP -
information how become ; ;
can -
-.u you ae. 11th on you 3BEC3RH3H ARM LATE POEMS TRIED
I sheJii eia a Sun Carrier salesman call I ed cabin."Seared fa not:good. CK DOING ,LESSONS POETS VAST "

,f k; s FR 2-8441...A representative will .. MlTlE' c"--. ,116. .TRUNK not_ t rue t.j E O SSHO DRIED LESSORS POUNDING WILD _. 4
weieMeirler.Iei ew be happy to talk to \iyoa j TRUNK makes clear-csttan- A DYING LOAD SAG. WILY' >..'
i II swer."The due'wordasg. "outside FOUR LONG SKI WOOL

a house,".is pointless .for ELL KA FRIED LOW .SLlT
"a large truck,'* as' it surely H I;' T GOING LYING SLOW

:' OF would; not be inside. IDEAL MITE'Safe SLY
If i

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1C ain..Yilln Sunday June 28. 196'
11 Mole Help Wanted \



Have a City License
f. PH., 372-8441 Stay sober I rID CIL trIG
/ B. reliable
..' Be willing to work all hours ACROSS 23. Silent

r. forClassified Live Have In a city phone l.AgJUtc 25.SpeakSS.rfotmany 5H5ATVR
;; ; : Give references 5.Went by Jet

,.i.....'..,;.<.,'<.;'Sf....., '.;,;.,'. ; .. .; Only'DEADLINES HE CAN EXPECT: Worthless 27.Identical r.
leaving Rapture
Good pay
: I Steady work 11. Land 29. Seedless MAR IA

i "..,.., I Tues thro Fri. papers* -S pjn. Day before pubflcatloa Time Paid vacation fc half over 40 hours 12.measure Wander 30.plant Business _D_0 _5 _ _

For ads le go In Sun. paper-12:00 ajn. Sat.. 0
For ads to go In Mon. paper-I p.m. Sa.. Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING. INC 13. Small getter
: 37204C3TROUBLE tumor ( 31. la what HO sot., rtv
Minimum ad 4 lines)
MUST have knowledge of home Abominate way N w E Y E.. R
FAMILY RATES construction end maintenance. 16.Tribe 32. Stuff \ !

; 1 Insertion .-. :sic tine Must to thrive work well on hard with work.others Ability IS- 17. Catches 33.Uproar (Solution To Friday's Puzzle)

9 Insertions 22c "ne sential. You will be paid according right of SS.Cauzdike
Insertions ...... 17c line to your ability and ex eri- 18.Art of self fabric (t. Envisions 4. Sautes \ t
12 lc line ence. Good future with top com 38.Alliance 45.Sward 5.Forfeiture
pany. Reply te Box 446-A C-O protection
Total charge: computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned
Gainesville Sun. 6. Twilight t
x number of Insertions. 19.Tao la 39. Exalted
.......... GM trained MECHANICS wanted.To office 40. Simian DOWN 7.You and I
start work immediately 8. Had debts
School of
-20. 41.Malcrcd Fatigue
must have own tools. Plenty of .
I five letter words per line work. Free hospitallzatlon Insurance whales deer 2. Elder Ion Recuperate

.most salary modern guaranteed service equippedwith facilities 21.Cavalier 42.Connective of Zeus 10.High

Same as 2 lines In area. Gateway Chevrolet. State abbr. 43. Conducted 3.Reprieve explosive
8 Pt. ordinary type Inc.. Starke.: Fla. Phone 944-3900. 15. Wilt

MOTOR route carrier for established 16. Total
1 ?. Pf. smt '* 3 lines route In the Hawthorne and I z. f IS 7 W' /.
type 18.Eng.lettexlT
Orange Heights area. GOOD I _
EARNINGS. Must have transpor- It 20.Mirthful
1 O 4 nnu tation and be bondable. For Information II 1
... Pt.ordinary 22.Beard 05
I O type call Mr. Vorles FR 2S441 - -
Circulation Dept. 5:00 to If IS -i I. grain .
4723fnt 7:30 P.M. ; 23. Extinct:
- -
24 Pt Same 41 S line* EXCELLENT rr Eff& : bird
onfln nr type f"/M 24. Strip

f4Wtta OPPORTUNITY t9J2fJ: I ZI tt u 25.: Scatter seed
MA American Automobile Association ,
Outstanding The Gainesville Sun win not be responsible for more than one has an opening for I pitT zs zfc 26.United
18 Incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable for eny error In advertisement .- membership representative In W : : 28.: Iota
to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied Gainesville and Ocala I area. ThisIs - 29. Card
John T. Beckum left receives his award by the item In the advertisement. No adjustment will Value Decorate accessories en excellent opportunity for a 11 29 z, game
be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of towels tableclothS. tots' clothes man with manager ability. age : : warm
for being Outstanding Lion of the Year for his the advertisement. with gay stitchery. 25 to 45. Sales experience preferred 3t -
but not necessary. Monthly 1"
work in the University City' Lions Club and on the i Variety Embroider fruits on bonus sales allowance com t/ ---afl3

district level. With him is new club president RayA. The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or on cloths cloth towels center aprons small-In large corners.Pattern rose. missions.paid Employee vacation benefits hospitall-including ; '/1Jf
jecting any advertisement which It deems oblectlonal and zation. Insurance, retirement and ,0'. for a
723 transfer 20 motifs.
Gamble. : -
chance the classification of any advertisement from that noli disability Income. If you are Interested I" name
dered to conform to the policy of the paper. Thirty-five cents In coins for in I career with a national I
/d 37. Scandlna.
this be _
this pattern add 15 cents for organization may -
each pattern for 1 st NAACP Official and special handling. Send to Kolb 172-0488. 38.Companion
Laura Wheeler Gainesville Sun ICE CREAM milk processor has 14"
Needlecraft Dept. P. O. Box 141, opening for route salesman in -----g-- '-_
Old Chelsea Station New York: It, this area. Age 25-35 high school 39.Fodder
N. PATTERNNUMBER 7Psviv; ;;; ,
Y. Print plainly education. We offer salary guarantee 1..1.7
NAME, ADDRESS and plus commission good fu- For lime 23 mln. 41.nit mas .
I Blasts Old ZONE. turk & extensive employee benefit -
City THE TIME IS NOW BARGAINI Big new 1964 NeedleCraft program. For Interview call.
Catalog-over 200 designs FR 2508 Mr. Fleming. ,
only 25 centsl A must If you knit ACCOUNTANT CPA firm has 13 -Help Malt or Female 18 Schools & InstructIons ,
crochet quilt sew embroider. Send opening for staff member with desire -
StrifeTAMPA 25 cents. and educational requirementsto PLACEMENT SERVICE MEN l> women II to 33 to train for
Rights SPECIAL VALUE 16 COMPLETE become C. P. A. Replies kept Office Professional CIVIL SERVICE
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe confidentiaL 401 Robertson Bldg.. Technical Examinations. For Information
I new Quilt Book. For beginners Ocala. Fla.CUSTOMCRS. College GraduatesFor send name, address a\ Phone No.
experts. Send 50 cents now! In appt. call 372-4377 Key Training Service 112 W.
need service W.
House to Rent? Alachua Co. Gainesville.Full 10-12:00 A.M. Noo P.M. Adams St.. Jacksonville. to
(AP-Francisco Rod- onstration and on the other the or part Monday through Friday .
part time. Earn $350
riguez, a Negro attorney for the irrepressible impulse in the 8 Boby Sitters. Child Care hourly or and up. For Informationsee PERSONNEL 102 NW 2nd CENTER Avenue Real Estate Exam
or write D. T. Webb Sr.
NAACP, condemned today the heart of One man to have his TINY TOT Waldo or write Rawlelgh FA F RETIRED COUPLE assume custo- COURSE
ATTEND free.
REMEMBER-A First lesson
civil rights demonstrations in St. name written on the skies as the rental vacancy COSTS 320 2003 Memphis Tenn. dial units.duties.Exchange New furnished for rent. apt.Secluded HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLBuS- !!
1 PLAY SCHOOLVisit OUR needs in COLLEGE. 211 Ave
"' company repairmen W. Univ.. .
Augustine and said they were 'super emancipator wrote the YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit us and see for yourself. your area for a new porcelain area near Umv. FR 23357. FR. 6-3507. 3723727.
repair service) No experience: nec-
caused by the urge of "one attorney."I ?< SE tth St. FR 1r7806.Employment. SHORTHANDTYPINGSecretarial
time retired
essary. Part or workers 14-Salei Help Wanted
man" to become to considered. Write: Paul W. Courses Classes now
a "super eman- am unalterably opposed Duke Nasco Porcelain Repair forming. Howell's Business College

cipator." what is occurring in St. Augustine Company 5520 Avenue Q., Central EXPERIENCED automobile salesman 3507.U ., 211 W. Univ. Ave. FR e-

the Tribune said he tolda Park Birmingham. Alabama to start work immediately.Best .
The 46-year-old counsel for the Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU 75208. Phone 7865535.EXPERIENCED pay plan In area. Free S. CIVIL SERVICE TESFS!
earlier. hospitalization insurance & demo.
Southeast District of the NAACP reporter built-up roofers Men-women U-S2. Start high as

referred to no one by name in a "What this has created now Is EVERY DAY until it is rented: WAITRESSES. and 5 wanted to 11 to at work night.thru"noon. 4 family move to men new preferred location. willing good sal-to Chevrolet plan.Phone Plenty 9443900.SALES, Inc.of. ,action.Starke Gateway Fla. Ing$102.00 until a week.appointed.Preparatory Thousands train-of
lobs Experience usually
a kind of racial antipathy that ary. See Mr. R. C. MacDonald at open. un
2page statement given to the days a week. Good salary. Good the Holiday Inn all day Sunday, necessary. FREE Information"
never existed in the first placein working conditions. Apply Sand June 28th.WANTED MANAGERNational lobs salaries requirements. Write
Tampa wich Inn 110 N.E Uth Ave. .
TODAY address and
If RENT IS YOUR givind name-
the state of Florida. Thisshouldn't : : Phone FR 6-0924. parts clerk. Some experience phone. Lincoln Service Box 397-
earlier remarks he identi- : company needs the servIces -
2201 N.
Apply .
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M C-O Gainesville Sun
OPENING for resident nurse a
fied that man as Martin Luther have happened in the $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day Camp Crystal Lake. 4 to I week Mr.Main Paltry.TIMEKEEPER St. Phone. 372-4373. Ask for of life an lamp experienced Sales Manager guaranteedlong who
this summer. If interested contact 25 & FurnitureBY
first Appliance
place. can train and supervise others In
King, head of the Southern Dwlght Hunter at School Administration for field construction this area.
$50 mo. . $1.66 day
Christian Leadership Conference per per Bldg. Ph. FR 2-4391. proJect in Louisiana. Probable OWNER, 3 bedroom, IVi bath
WAITRESS wanted for Howard duration to end of year. Duties High commissions overrides bonuses Fla. rO<'-11, extra storage S6J9
according to the Tampa Red Cross $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to Involved detailed paper work. and group Insurance. for 7 year equity. Take VA mortGage -
11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. In per- Call FR 23436 of $11.395. at $90 per month.
Tribune. $60 $2.00 son only. 2830 N.W. 13th ST. WANTED experienced short order This Is an unlimited opportunityfor Phone 371'0-6819.
per mo. . per day
the right man. Give all details -
King, who has been in St. Au- Elects Mason BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS cook.1225 W.Apply Univ.Larry's Ave. Restaurant In first letter. Box 449 M, 28 Livestock & Supplies

gustine directing the integration $65 per mo . $2.16 per day strating Earn up to famous$5 per Studio hour demon Girt c/o Gainesville Sun..
push was not immediately Cosmetics. Full or Part Tim. .
$70 . $2.33 day Phone 374-43M finished on dry lot or pasture.then
I available for comment. As Chairman per mo. per after 6. LARGE HOME STUDY try CPA Cooperative Mills
RECEPTIONIST, doctor's office. SCHOOLneeds 12 pet. Porkmaker meal or pul
Rodriguez' statement said: $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day General office work, with typing Large phosphate chemical opera- lets. Special for June. FMX
Don Mason has been elected essential. 1 girl office. Permanent tions in. central Florida has immediate permanent representativeIn Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR
"Unlike in other areas the St. resident.. Write Box 441-A vacancies for maintenance this area to close furnished 2-1095 or 46}-2105.
not In- chairman of the Alachua Coun- $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day coo Gainesville Sun. Giving age personnel with minimum of qualified leads. Must be man of
Augustine savagery was marital status .and experience. five years experience as (journeyman high Integrity. bondable reliable
.. ty chapter of the AmericanRed classifications -
In following
evitable. $85 per mo . $2.83perday WHITE housekeeper wanted. Livein. : good work habits capable of lib-efficiently FURNITURE
Cross for the fiscal supervising territory.
year widower with 3 school Mechanic Must have
age Maintenance :
"To those who ask me, why eral commission and bonus. Right UPHOLSTERYFor

:, have the demonstrations contin- beginning Wednesday.E. $90 per mo .. . $3.00 per day children.or anytime Phone Sat. or 372-2161 Sun. after 5 thorough in knowledge general and maintenancework. experIence Write man Box can 45I-M earn c-o$14000-511000.GainesvilleSun. top quality workmanship

of the I Ij A. Bethel will be vice EXPERIENCED waitress wanted. Including welding repair of call
ued even after passage $95 per mo . $3.16 per day Apply Manor Restaurant FR Industrial pumps, piping and ma- 372-6142
civil rights bill, I have no an- chairman, Mrs. Grant Sim- 65212MATURE.. terials handling equipment. Prefer FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE position
j previous experience In chemicals, in this area. Age GAINESVILLE
now open
i swer; with painful reluctance I mons secretary and Harvey $100 per mo . $3.33 per day retired white lady who rock crushing cement concentrator requirements 23-45 sales experience UPHOLSTERY
loves children. Must have own or related industry. necessary over 30. Car preferred ISO N.W. 13th St.
I am driven to the conclusion that Layton treasqrer. car and be able to follow Instruc Electrician: Experienced In heavy average of two night per Free Estimates-Pick up end
those at the helm in the city of Directors will be the Rev. tions. Sit with two children Monday Industrial electrical maintenanceand week on road. Long established delivery.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR and Wednesday, ':00 A.M. to repair. Must have good background top rated manufacturer of automotive -
antiquity now look away from William Shea Richard Weg- 4:30 P.M., Tuesday and Thursday in trouble-shooting motor specialties offers thorough
7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. FrIday and transformer hook-vps. and training complete Insurance program -
: the goals that we have memori- horst, Mrs. Frank Watson, An- t 00 A.M. until 12:00 noon. use of blueprints. Also requiredto and an excellent opportunity 1
S50 per mo. and $10 for gas to work with high voltages. for you to earn $1,000 per FREE ESTIMATES on
/ ally sought and have become drew Mickle, Don Hope, Billy SUN RENTAL WANT ADS start. Write Box 453 Gainesville Applicants must be In good physical month or more Write for application -
the Sun. giving name marital status, condition between the ages of to ARTHUR FULMER, Qualify
obsessed with burning am- Mitchell Mrs. Grace Fordyce
experience and references. 25 and 45. High school education P. O. Box 177. MEMPHIS TEN Central Air
bition to bring St. Augustine Jack Waters, Fred Alexander, or equivalent required. The NESSEE. __
SECRETARIESELECTROTEC Company offers excellent benefits.
down on Its knees. Howard Weston, P. A. Lee, CORP. Including group Insurance, retirement 16 Work' Wanted FemaleTYPING. Conditionersby

"This would be only of transitory -, Mrs. Mary Lou Carson Jack (DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA) Reply ,with holidays.full etc.qualifications to '

interest were it not for the Durrance Dr. Jack Evans and Employment Supervisor. P. 0.' dictaphone and clerical.
SECRETARYTO Box 867, Barlow. Fla. Permanent resident. mature, !
fact that the entire struggle for George Corrick. An Equal Opportunity Employer available Immediately., Phone 376-

human rights is being jeopardized Committee chairmen reported You Sun Want Ads Executive secretarial COMPTROLLER experience 13-Help Male or Female 5757 days and 44-1434 evenings. Best In Insulated equipment: ducts using, designed Internally 1

by what seems to be on the required In manufacturing Indus- I do Ironing In my home. Call engineered and Instilled i
that 304 families
during 1963 try. Compose letters take dictation FR -29lS. 1515 SE. 13th Place.
one hand the yearning to demon- coordinate superv Is o r sschedules. TEACHERS Register now for fall Lincoln Estates. byALL .
.. unless placed. .
were given assistance, 145 Familiarity with financial openings, no fee AMERICAN HEATING J-
strate for the sheer sake of dem- accounting contractual terminology Ask Southern Teachers Agency & AIR CONDITIONING CO.
information ten
were given prefd.SECRETARY. Columbia S. C. 17 Work Wanted Mile

i families were given disaster Get Results COOK'S HELPER good pay good PH. 376-8258 1
Wonder- MALE high school graduate bright 193. NE Urd Blvd.
hours Apply person
1 aid 400 persons received first Can TO CHIEF ENGINEER house Restaurant 14 S. .W. 1st and willing has drivers license 24 Hour Service

ElectricalService aid certificates and 2,366 received Requires administrative experience assistant as secretaryand to a St. behind needs summer lob. Call 3740036. -

first aid lectures and ma lor engineering manager. Familiarity
with mechanical engIneering IN THE I
resuscitation preferred.GET .
mouth to mouth terminology FUN'

Residential &S Repairs CommercialS demonstrations' 1,399 per- Announcements Director 12 pointREPLY of Industrial TO: Relations

Industrial sons received swimming in- ELECTRO-TEC CORP. .
struction and 674 were given Buy PO Box 647 Ormond Beach. Fla -- II

CALL / certificates 432 high school 3 LOST & FOUNDLOST (an equal opportunity employer)_ iii
TEN young ladles. age 11-25 for In-
i C. P. Dressier students received nursing serv- ; Man Butova watch Tuesday trrview work: must be free to ,
P.M. in restroom of Hum travel outside of Gainesville, $1.50per .
Electrical Contractor ices certificates, six gray ladies ty Dumpty. Call FR 27350 after hour plus expenses. Call 372-
trained to work at Sun- 7 p m. Reward 703 collect. Fla. Institute of Pub
i 910 N.W. 4th St. were lic Opinion. SUN ,
I land, and 5 persons gave 400 Hire! 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
i!, I hours of welfare and staff aid. LADIESDo j

--- LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention you have e need to earn money?
r to nervous or elderly. Pleasant and profitable work near BOATS & MOTORS
t Easy Way Driving School. FR your own home. Avon offers this BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A _' 7oo2. lie. by State ef Fla opportunity. Call Avon ManagerFR
24421. HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing 24" GRILLS

Sell <6< SPECIAL NOTICES irj"Boats.LAPSTRAKE ......... U95 IT Plywood fishing boats.WtJO HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR

: I FLORIDA Swimming Poolby 1 RIDERS Wanted Must be experienced over 21. w Apply a I tresses.Lar ir WITH FISHERMAN STEERING......;..... U4S.S2fSirr THE TACKLE BOX YEAR HOWGOOD SERVICE STORES '
WANTED to Akron Ohio rys Restaurant 1225 W. Univ. m N. Main 2723537
01\Call July 37U46G.10ttL Must share .xpenses. Av. CHARGE The Heart Of East Galnesvliiv'chick

; Rivers Construction Co.A I Zig have Zag new sewing 1U4 model machines.automatic N. 12 Male Help We.teal FRANK PHILPOTT'SSPORT FR with 2.1791.ADVEan5E Charlie. List of Classification ,. choose

attachments: needed to do the BOYS wanted for afternoon paper CENTER front
or following decorative .Stitches routes. 12 yrs. or elder. See or
QUALITY POOL Backed by a buttonholes. appliques monograms call Mr. Youna afternoons. 3121441. Home of HUNTER. Fiberglass
blind hems Etc. IS.75 ext. 19, Gainesville Sun Fishing Boats.McCULLOCH SUIng SwImmlng-DMng.
I FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY per mo. SS4JO total price. IIS Circulation Dept.EXPERIENCED ._ Motors. MURRAY
Trailers and JACKSON Selling Fishing Equipment.
W. Univ.. Ave. 374-1075. roofers. Apply 7:00 IX THE!

DUE TO DIVORCE must sell 1964 A.M. In person ready to wore. Canoes. Safety Items.

16x32 and 20x40 RentCLASSIFIED Zig-Zeg sewing machine. Like 2314 N.E. 19th Drive.__ Where Quality Sells Itself DIRECTORY
new monograms, buttonholes WANTED one good second coek. Golfing Equipment
Priced at $3,000 to $3,500 sews en buttons. fancy stitches. Apply by letter to box 445-M care 20 NW. 14th Ave.
Pick up pet nents $14.4 per mo. of Gainesville Sun._ FR 23011 or FR 44WJMen. Tennis Equipment.
NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING Small bet. Call J72-76M or FR 2-
2051._ THE Independent Life opening Insurance for art Thru Frt $-4 ,. ". Sat W Baseball EQUl meaL
1U4 PARADE OF HOMES ordinary Company agent. Advance... .. Other Times by Appointment ALACHUA COUNTY'S
I WITH,lACH POOL YOU CET August t-le. .Benefit qualified applicant. Can J. I. ONLY DEALER Where to Fish.
Junior Woman's ClUb Charities. WinWord Manager at FR 6-2.S12 JOHNSONSEA
: Filter System -'Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board see It"Y for ticteti. for Information and appointment.MAN Sun Want Ads HORSE MOTORS Plus many many more..

Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner S Ber Stttn. OuU Care age wanted 23-35 for married local milk bondable.route Lane SALES Star Boats.AND Orlando SERVICE Clipper

Leaf Net hrt school: ducatlon ec equivalent Get Results Boats. Ski ,supplies. Sailing rigs.
EXPERIENCED elementary school preferred. Apply 204 s. W. ADVERTUB: ZH TO
teacher: to care for children.: 1 .
Dial 21-50. steady employment,
CONSTRUCTION CO. WHITE ba y-sJtt1l'lJ In private age fnnge benefits. Apply Jackson'sMMt
RIVERS home. S2 per day. Phone 372-7395. Market 1234 N. W. 16th

1909 EAST. 5tk STREET- WILL 5Y* days for children.I week. Loads In my of WANTED Ave._one night clerk. preferably MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the ;

toys t plenty of loving car.. semi-retired man.
376-4672 retired or I
I DIAL: 622.7049 OCALA, Phone 372-tM7._ Apply hi person te Hotel Thom Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8-M 1'1
622-7048 FLA. WILL keep one child.: ,(ffh.te: ) at as. 615 N.E. 2nd St. between
my home Air conditioned. hrs. of 7 antf 12 AM. er 6 30
tedllties. FR 2-5&1. to 10:00 PM.
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1. June 28. 1964 Gainesville Sun >C,

:' Beneath This Banner Are The World's Best BargainsCLASSIFIED _

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1 0 $ 3 Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Pets on to person ads are for non commercial users selling merchandise priced

4 at $100 or less with the selling price stated in the ad. No additional costs' for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

DAYS UNES bring quicker action.

DIAL 372-8441 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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28 Livestock & Supplies 33 LOTS FOR SALE 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale I 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for SaleBY 35 Houses for SaU

1 MILK cows 2 are springing :I 420' x 210 on &-241, well, drainage IT S A BUY. $200 down $100 month. BEVIN ARMS section 3 BR home WILL build to suit owner on his 3 BR, CCB with cent. heat & BEDROOMS i 2 baths in Skyline OWNER 3 blks. Littlewood, 3 BY OWNER CB 4 BR 2 oath
a has 3 wk. old calf. Theyrt III field, out bldg. 8705 N. AtL Ave., ly 3 BR, CCB. close to schools. lust 1 yr. old. Large wooded lot. lot a 3 bedroom block house air condo FR 6-7829 after 6 P.M. Heights near Llttlewood School BR bath Ig. util. rim, fully home. cent heating & air cond.
heavy milkers and have shots. Cape Canaveral. Florida NE. P"31H511.. 20S X 150. $18,500. Call 372-6C50 complete with septic tank or sew- on SUnday. anytime weekdays. Fla. room.. utility room and separate landscaped window AC $450 Close to Bishop. Metcalfe & St.
Call. 466-3418. for appt. to see. er. Ready for occupants for $?,- dining room. Call FR 2-7720 down on new FHA Loan or other Patrick. Well kept. on large lot.
WHY not have real home of
For Sale by owner, 3 large bedrooms a nice available. Phone 376-2748 after 6 weekdaySfor
financing 537 N.W. 36th
(74. Call or write for further details appointment or come by 922
2 year old Colt, trained to lump t 34 Waterfront PropertyON Florida room. hardwood: GOLF CLUB MANOR By owner Bob Chaffm 2419 N.E. 10th your choosing on your lot? For N.W. 36th Drive. St. 372-3882. appt.
ride. 2 western saddles bridles floors, 2 full tile baths. CCB 3 BR, 1 bath roomy house. Terrace phone 376-6957. further details call UNITED CON
blankets. aV halters. All for $350. THE GULF home. 17000. 1110 N.W. 36th Desirable neighborhood. Lowdown STRUCTION CO.. 376-4957. FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR 2

376-3149. _Ave. FR 21265. payment. 208 NW 36th Ter- 4 Bedroom, 2 baths in Skyline bath red brick home. Low down FOREST PINES
Cedar Key Shores NW SECTION. 3 BR. 'I rice. Heights near Uttlewood School. payment. assume FHA mortgage.
2 baths, 2118 NE 15th Ter. FR 6-4060,
30 PETS Or SUPPLIES 23kitchen Has Fla. room utility room and or
large WOULD $20.000 home
& Other Properties carport & utility rear terrace you buy a FR 2-1879.JWK. GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED
excellent condition. Good for considerably less? Located in separate dining room. Call FR 2-
FLORIDA Pest Control Is featuring David AndrewsCedar terms. 3725756. an atmosphere that offers heart's 7720 for appointment or come by
desire for relaxed comfortable cabinets"count 922 N.W. 36th Drive. MIDI-EX RENTALS
this month Tropical Fish and
Tropical Birds of all kinds. We Key. 3841 LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 living. 25 minutes from Gaines- BY OWNER Near Westwood
BR. 2 em
bath cent. heat, built In .
also have children's and ville. Here is your opportunity.Write 3 BR bath CENTRAL -
pets WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. School 2
kitchen, home. You Sun. New home in top Northeast lo
can save box 444 M Gainesville
supplies. Call us for any of PEST your Broker, speca4izing in $1500. Call FR. 23826 or GR cation. U shaped kitchen features HEAT & CENTRAL AIR 3728404HOME I I
pet problems. FLORIDA CONDITIONING. Built in kit.
LAKE PROPERTIESACRE.. 5-5922 Melrose. BLACK ACRESPRICED 23 cabinets plus cupboard
CONTROL PET CENTER. FR AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose, all formica tops. ..General family room; large living room. and income in Northwest.New .
4-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave. GR 52911.RAINBOW NO DOWN PAYMENT 38Ft.. 2 TO SELL BY OWNER. 3 Electric built-ins. Three large AAtg Bal. approx. $16.900. WILL Listing on attractive duplex.
ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good bath. Central heat, central air bedrooms 2 baths hardwood bedrooms, two full luxury baths. CONSIDER $1.000 for equity THIS Live in your two bedroom apartment
for watch,, stock and pets. FRU031. RIVER near Rainbow cond. Northwest. 19000. Call floors central heat air-cond. Huge storage room plus lots of WEEK ONLY. Call 376-2927. and rent the other. Only
Springs. Beautiful lot. sand 376-2927. units, electric range and drapes. closet space. Immediate occu- 517.500.00.DELIGHTFUL.
beach furnished cottage. Call Storage and utility room Ig. single two bedroom house
$96 month after only
WORK pancy. per
YOu will be proud to own one of or write BILL DICKS. Realtor, SHOP carport lot 110' x 120' with $550 down FHA or $99 McKINNEYGREEN very convenient to the University.
these beautifully marked healthy. on U. S. It, Inglis Florida. 447. CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR, 1V4 bath shade trees. FR 6-4477. closing Lovely large living room with
month after paying only -
A.K.C. registered beagle pups. 2516. dining rim, Fla. rm.. Ig. util. VA. GREENDEATON fireplace. cool screened porch.
Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. C76S555. rm.. fenced back yard. near SEE NOW charges large bedrooms. shaded: lot.
WEEK.END spring running Camp Into on the Crystal Suwannee clear schools & churches. 372-8776. Malore Gardens HUGH EDWARDSINC. REALTORS Shown by appointment only.

TOY POODLES all colors. 7 wks. River. House has not been com Builder Close-Out 3 ml. S. of Univ. on 441 SPACIOUS and gracious. three bedroom
2-4537 MOVE IN two bath home In the pre
2-1 143 2-4625 :
cM. AKC reg. S125. Call 372- pleted. For further details. Con- address of Black Acres. ______
.___7258 after 5 P.M. tact Frank B. Howard, Real Estate BUILDER must sell a limited number FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. 3767971LAKE Three bedrooms Florida room- You will like the hardwood floors.
Broker, Box 703. Grady Finance of new homes In one of home located in Westmoreland oak strip floors corner lot : f ,
FOR SALE Female white and Gainesville's most beautiful panelled family room large .. ,
Co. Office High Springs, areas. GENEVA
Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt 123 x 100 near University andJ.
and the
tan puppies. Call FR 2-1763. Ha.I Close to schools and shopping. 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. family i Beautiful custom brick home. 1g. J. FInley School-Call FR 2- amount modern of kitchen.closets Available to- J

FOX Terrier puppies. 2 choice I Acre on Suwannee River on high _Hugh Edwards. Inc. 3767971.A Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. LR w-fireplace DR. built- 3617. morrow at $24,500.00.J. .
mole white with bluff, 100 ft. river frontage. Phone COOL BUY 3 BR, 1V4 Bath. Central heat, built-in kitchen Including In equip. In kit. 3 BR, 2 full
FR 22035. AC. WW carpeting, drapes HW GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards tile baths lots of closets & stg. GOOD LIVINGIn S 2 Bedrooms Stove flood with light and fan
block spots. Call FR floors fenced yard. $97 per mo. walk to schools close to space. Terrazzo floors cent. heat C Large living dining area Double compartment sink
66427. LAKE WINNOT 2 BR fum. cottage Including T & I. Owner leaving. U of F & medical center FHA & AC. Ig. screened porch over- this attractive 3 B.R. 2 bath Masonery Construction Venetian Blinds
modem bath. By week Phone 3723784, 719 N. W. 19th $22,700. Down payment $1,700. looking 100" white sand beach home in the Northwest area. Realtor Terrazzo Floors Tile window sills
THREE S-week old registered mln- month or year. Phone GR 52262. Lane. Immediate occupancy. Drive by property extended to Hwy 21. Convenient location. Has central 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 S Painted plaster walls Large lawn with grass and
attire Chihuahuas. 2 females and JUST LISTED Modern 3 bed- 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Carport with util. rm. 27500. FInancing heat. air conditioning units. Sensibly Member Multiple Listing C Tiled tub and showers shrubbery
1 male beautiful and very rea- room 2 bath HOME with 90' WHY PAY RENT? 376-9048 can be arranged. ThisIs priced too. Call FR 23617 Large double sliding door Insulated Attic
New Brothers 3729545 daily ASSOCIATES: S .
sonable. Call FR 24712. homes 9500. 3 bedroom. tile an exceptional home. Sur.
for further details.LITTLEWOOD.
frontage on LITTLE LAKE SANTA bath $65 night. Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. closets Paved Streets
per Located of
TOY POODLES from some of the FE. & 300" deep. 170' Dock S. E. 45th Terrace. on rounded by homes comparable W. Reece. Capt.. USN Ret. a Linen Closets a Close to school and bus stop
Also in restricted area.
finest blood In Fla. Only 3 pure & Bar.B-Q pit. A modern home trade-ins. some value a Back storage closed Planned play grounds .
Call FR 22372. ,
bred 6 week old whit puppies with thermostatic controlled radiant I,3 Bedroom. 2 bath near shopping Washing Machine fixtures
at $75 each. Also 1 black standard heat, kit. equip. all quality BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 bath, extra center and schools. $8,600 mort LAKE GENEVA Here is the house that will suit I
adult. 3735424. construction. Price 20000. large shady lot Ig. utility area. [, gage. $70.55 month Including tax- Partially furn. home. LR Ig. kitchen your needs. It has the location- E. C. "CURLY"KLJEHN For cell 372-5321 3275322Take
.- and insurance. $:MOO GI 2 BR, bath guest house appointment or
CIIIREDFRANKS big kitchen with skylight, terrazzo es equity right by the school. It has 3 B.R. I
IERMAN shepherd PUPS. 4V4 mos. REALESTATE floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West. for $1700. 2202 N.E. 8th St. & garage on shady well landscaped 2 baths Fla. room Kitchen JR.
old. AKC All Shots. Excel northeast 8th ave. to northeast 26th terrace turn left 1 block.
reg. sand beach
7 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 376- 817 morland 376-7993 after 5 for appt. FR 22895. lot. White combination Central heat It
lent. Phone 376-3280. extra bonus of almost 2 is priced $16,500 Homes. Lots. Income BusIness -
right only
BY OWNER Carol Estates. 3 BR. BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath CCB. sold and Lake Property.
less will be
for Sal. acres more or Can be FHA financed One lBnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJlllttmlMlmlllnnmmltJl iiiiiiiiiii ii mmmmumnu
white kittens. 3725170. 35 Houses yr.
: 2 bath kitchen equipped optional. $400 down $87 per mo. Joins with this home. .all for $18- old Owners have left town Farms and Acreage.
FREEI 4 white kittens. Also yr. 4 12% mortgage. 1121 NE 21st playground and pool area in 000. Financing established. and -must sell. You should Inves- E. "CURLY"" KUEHN. Jr. ,
old. short hair black dog, white FOR sale CCB home, 3 BR 1 bath. Ave. Phone 372-1316. Highland Court Manor with paid tigate before buy. Call FR 638 N. MAIN ST.

blaze paws. spayed. Needs chil $300 down. take up payments. FRAME house, 4tt ac., 2 miles _up membership. Call 3725994. LAKE GENEVACB 2-3617.. you FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6544 I COMPARE !II!
dren. 3725170. Phone 6-9774 or see at 1753 N.E. east of Starke. Drapes in every CHOICE WESTMORLAND home. 2 BR, bath LR w fireplace !I
21st Place. kitchen, screened porch.
UREBRED Sl'. and AKC Beagle room. central heat, termite treated ESTATEFor ASSOCIATESJ.
puppies. We board dogs. James* S60 Month. New CB home low 2 pecan trees on property sale by owner refmancible 4 Ig. shady trees and white lot sand with Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth
Kennels. Rt.- 1, Box 71, Keystone down payment. See at 210 S. E. landscaped with drive added. Call BR separate living & Fla. rooms beach. An elevated Col J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire YOUNGAMERICA THESE HOME VALUES I
Heights. 473-4958. 20th St. Call 372-3576 or 372. 692821, 96+8801. dish washer dbl. oven split lev beautiful wide span view of the Multiple Listing
but to
$13000 cash priced
el. 2600 ft., dbl. cent lake.
tHREE male puppies. Chihuahuaand 4692. HOME 175' for sale by owner. Lot heat & sq.air cond., Ig garage.comer lot sell. Possible outside finances I BEFORE YOU BUY

Toy Terrier mixed US IDYLWILD Anxious to sell my x 375'. Esther Williams with many trees. Call 372-1300. can be arranged. EYES RIGHT I
each., Can be seen 2201 N.E. 7th swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13th
3 Er., : bath home with Fla.
Ter. rm Ave. Shown by appointment only. $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Designed LAKE ROSA
HW floors central heal. 1900 Call J. R. Crane 3723631. & engineered by U. S. CB home. LR fireplace & din See real dream living In Shadow HOMES
FOR SALE Two Toy French 51. Ft. 4012 S.W. 19th St. FR Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 ing area. Lg. kitchen. 3 Ig. BR. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. umllimiiiimiuiiiillililliliitililiiiiuiuuiiiijiia! !
Poodles. black. 6 wks. old. AKC 2.9024.LEAVING. NEWLarge sq. ft. 3 BR 2 bath air cond., with extra Ig. bath. Screened D. Oliver Eldr. I SAVE!

registered.High Springs.$50 Phone 4544351. TOWN. Attractive 4 Bedroom. 2 bath home brick veneer. 2 car garage. porch overlooking sand beach Ph. FR 2-0866 No Money Down
watch for date of
terms to right party who wants with beautiful family room and opening new with lot extending to Hwy. 26. West on NW 39th Ave. past
aLACK LABRADOR PUPS. worm- 3 BR. 2 bath house, furnishedor sep. dining room. Lovely built-in model home. Alachua Homes Inc. 4 car garage. This property has the Glen Springs Intersec VAMinimum The following are ready for
ed and Inoculated. Healthy and unfurnished. Ideal location. kitchen with oven range, dishwasher I Call Frank Thomas. FR 6-6690. been appraised at several thou- tion. Sea sign on bat?. occupancy.

good looking l> ready to go. 3465 NW lit Court. Phone 376-8026. and disposal. Central heat 4 BR, 2 bath, over 2,100 sq. ft. IIv-1 sands dollars over the asking FHA =| BMllnUIIIIIIIIlflllllllfllflBflBlliiiiBBBHIIHtlfliI \
AKC reg. Phone 25763. and air cond. Good terms. Phone ing space. air cond.. Ideal location price of Jl 8,000. Terms.
IIAMESE KITTENS and STUD LITTLEWOOD AREA FR 2-8965. 126. 50. 3469 N. W. 11th 3301 N.W. 29th Ave.
L LAC, BLUE & 4 BR, 3 bath 2050 sq. ft. living Ave. FR 25398. MELROSE Schools NW 4 Br2 bath $800 dn. $11,
SERVICE. area central heat built-in kit. IDEAL HOME for young cojple: or Going business establishment. Lg. McCOY'SMacoma Close to 1115 40th Drives
CHOC. POINT. WTULISTON 52$- small family. 3 BR 1 bath. 3 B R. 2 bath. $350 dn., $96 per mo.
1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High, FOR SALE by owner. 2 BR home. CCB bldg. also has living quar
6.UI. 2 blks. from Uttlewood elem. CBS. low down payment and 1 mile to University and down- ters. Now operating as a sun- Homes Churches g per month.
LOVING dog needs good home. school. Ideal for Ig. family. or only $59 per mo. No closing. town. Trees, shrubs fireplace dry store. Other possibilities to
Long haired sherpherd-type spayed family and elderly persons. __ 1609 SE 39th Place. FR 23233. family room Conveniences. $14.- enhance income. Call or write Inc.For Shopping | 1115 NE 5th St. 3311 N.W. 29th Ave.

female.. Must give up for Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 Get In The SwimFREE 500. 1104 N. W. 14th Ave. FR 6- for full details. 3 3 BR. 2 bath $350 dn. S83g 3 Br... 2 bath, $750 dn. $112
child's allergy. 3163.401.DACHSHUNDStrue. N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. 5658. Sale, very attractive 3- OPEN10AM-6PM per month. per mo.
lifetime LAKE LOTS on several large bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617
mimo- NW. 34th Street 3 BR 2 bath in Carol Estates family Swim membership Club and 4 BEDROOMS. 2 baths air-cond, lakes from $5500 and up. E. University Ave.; walking H BnmiiiHiHiiiiiiinniiiinininniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiip! } I
FR 68963. home. Central heat and air conditioned Ig. Fla. room. Near Boy's Club 3301
iUreS. AKC. Community Center to all new distance to Lake Forest LOCATED
Out of city limits deep Hugh Edwards home buyers. 376- and school. $11500. $900 down. We have several year around rentals Schools. Price 12500. $500
3729714.BY NW 30th Ave.
miniature puppies. R.E.A. 600 BLOCK.
ILACK poodle well. Power. 7971. now available. down and $79.50 month.
No reasonable offer re per | 4 BR, 2 bath, $600 dn, $89.
AKC reg. OWNER Norwood
3 blks Llttlewood .
3 Call Gerald or V. 0 McCoy
NW 34th ST.
fused. Phone 3722888.5ERMAN REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath built. BY OWNER 3 Bedroom 2 bath BR. 2 bath Ig. util. rm., fully WINIFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR per mo
4'A mos. in appliances small down payments built in stove, oven garage. landscaped. window AC $ 50 Real Estate Broker 6-5015. Office N. Main
shepherd PUPS. corner
old AKC reg. All Shots. Excellent monthly payments $85. Located screened porch, patio. near down on new FHA Loan. or other Midway Melrose & Keystone and 23rd Blvd. PHONE 372-7070
SE 28th Place. Call FR schools and shopping center. $109 Hope
on financing available. 537 N.W. | 3330 & 3320
Phone 37-380S3 total Heights I.
2-2372. monthly payments VA Loan _
36th St. 3723882. Ph. 475 2981 -
Hwy. 21 NW 30th Ave.
equity on terms. 2016 N.E. 17th
LOTS FOR SALE FINLEY AREA. For quick sale. Terrace. 2 yr. old 4 BR, 2 bath cen. heat 1 "H" Inc. 3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn, $77.
3 BR. 1 bath. dining room. screened -
& air cond, fenced yard well & per mOo
|Va acre wooded home sites near porch garage. $2,000 down. FOR SALE by owner In NE sec. sprinkling system. Can be purchased 3
new Myra-Terwilliger school By approx. $87 per mo. 1735 N. W. tion. 3 BR. 2 bath large liv. like rent no down pay. Quality Homes It's Later Than You Think! ; We Trade Homesor
PI. 3728553.
owner. Terms may be arranged. ing rm.. dining rm.. & kitchen ment. 3022 N.E. 13th Dr. Ph. 372- 4617 SE 1st PI.

.. Phone 376-6343. S-ROOM FRAME house. screened open onto large screened porch.In 4824.'INVESTORS'. Property 4608 SE 2nd PI.
walking distance of three WESTVILLAN.W.
porch reduced for quick sale
Completely furnished 3 BR. 1 bath, $400 dn. $68
FORDYCE LOTS $2,495. Phone Cephls Goodman. schools. Fenced In back yard. 2 BR frame home. about Imnnmuunn
per mOo
BUCKINGHAM 528-4384. Wllliston. Call 376-5758 1500 sq. ft. Located 822 N.W. 39th 16th Ave. School Starts in 10 Weeks!

High and rolling exclusive new BY OWNER FInley School Area. NEW 3 Bedroom CCB. tile bath Ave. near bus line and across
residential area soon to be open- street from Steven Foster School.
, Spacious 3 bedroom house In carport and utility room. $9.000. 303 SE 38th St.
restric St. OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. I
ed. One acre lots-highly Lot 100 x 141. Also car shed and &
ted. Call first offering. quiet Ave. FR neighborhood.2-0992. 2626 NW 2nd $250 23055 down. $65 month. Phone FR work shop. $8,000 Must have cashat NON Is the time to see Palm View Estates & Fernwood Manor. E JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF 3 BR 1 bath $400 da. $64

FORDYCEAssoc4ctes. days. this price. Call owner FR You May choose froth 3 and 4 bedrooms 1 and 2 bath homes or YOU WILL JUST CALL. per mOo
3 I Bedroom large corner lot. screened 6-2524 at Nationwide Insurance Office I 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR
Inc. TERMSWALTER you may choose a home site and build the home of your choice.
$60 month. NICE FR
porch. Carport per or FR 6-6710 home. 6-5301 or 4-7989
Realtors 1001 N.W. 24th Avenue. FR 2- These suburban are complete with city sewers water paved .

I J4 W. Univ. 376-1236 7882. 3 Bedroom 1 bath home living BY OWNER beautiful 3 BR. 2 bath streets and storm sewers all within walking distance of llflhlll9TtiiBiillllIfflIPllllmliffflHflillllilmlttlllIlll! ._ .. .......n..............._!........0.....HHilHIiflhlllliBI1flh1iUilllllll1lWlliilIIUliiIilUf............_ ..... ... won. [
room. dining room. kitchen and home. Cen. heat and air cond... I = ::::
} BEDROOM. 1 bath. CCB. screened oak floors throughout. Four blks terrazzo floors living Pm.. dinIng elementary and Junior high school. Bus service to senior high

f ADVERTISE IN THE porch. air conditioned. central from Little wood School. Good rm.. halls WW carpets. builtIn school churches shopping medical center. University of Florida r
SERVICE DIRECTORY heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street. FR terms $500 down $90 per mo. kit., full draperies. 2-car garage -
2-6729. Call 2-8965. with auto. dr., Ig lot with STUBBS, are all within easy commuting distance. See our new models
well and irrigation system. 1635 today. Prices start at $12,250 with central heat and built In Butler Bros. Builders
NW 16th Ave. Call 3760773. If INC.
no kitchen. Drive west on 16th ave.. turn left on 39th terrace to model ,
answer. call 4812597.

WEST PARK homes. Phone: FR 29545 daily FR 6-0948 nights. Butler Bros.
I SERVICESHome "We Trade Houses"
2030 NW 55th St. Invites Youto
By owner low down payments. 3
bedrooms payments less than
rent. Phone FR 2-0258.
LARGE 3 BR 2 bath. CCB home.

And Business Terms Full suit buyer.Near Owner Llttlewood.moving Pclm View Estates

out of state. Call 372-3793,


DraperiesNEW RemodelingDO

YOU NEED Florida room, extra t- A new community of distinctive -
low prices on Fabric of Custom room. more room roof work BARGAIN PRICE
made draperies. Complete or maybe a complete new home? homes in the fashionable -

Installation. Lac e y's Drap For a free estimate, & guaranteed Here's a chance to own a quality .- Northwest.
cry Shop. Phone 377-610. work. phone Carl C home In a prestige communityfor
Waters 372-OT49. lust $450 down FHA. You'llbe
Landscaping living among some of the .
finest families in North Central
Machine Repairs Featuring :
Florida. Three bedrooms. IV* I

LANDSCAPE SERVICE baths. Lots of storage space. .
$13,300.: $80 monthly Including I
Crass Sod-Garden FHA homes from
MainNurserystock CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER taxes and Insurance. r
of all kInds.CREVASSE'S VICE CO. 815 W. University
NURSERY Ave. 376-1075. We repair all HUGH EDWARDSINC. $ .
Landscape Co. Makes. Work fully guaranteed. $16,000-$20,250 f
FR 6-M14 for free estimate. .
376-7971 Dew payments from $6 O.OI


J VA Loans Available
PICTURE TUBE Repair Special. $1 LIVINGFlorida

Appliance Repair & J per Inch plus $10 to Install most J
tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special ranch model designed for
Air Conditioning Mortgage I Reconditioned TV's from $9.95. Indoor-outdoor living. Large corner
THE VARIETY STORE lot lust one block from

MORTGAGE MONEY 4 Technician's 7 S.E.with 1st Ave.84 years experience community to schools.swim Two club.full Convenient baths- and the TAPPAN appliances in if 3&4 BEDROOMPalm
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP r.* per cent Interest. Terms to three bedrooms. Central heat-
4 lrst In air conditioning and Appliance 15 years.BUY on all makes.QUALITY Ing adaptable to air conditionIng.
repairs. We sell guaranteed BUILD REFINANCECall T.V. ANTENNA SALES $500 down FHA. $85 month.
washers refrigerators etc A SERVICE NO MONEY OWN VA. $17
FR 60267.Appraisal. Dan Byrd All Channel Antenna Kit $1495 per month Includes taxes and Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter View Estatesis
125 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 3-2511 SERVICE Insurance.. Pay only $100 of
KWIK FIX TV the Tappan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will
Service FHA and conventional at lowest 431' N. W. IQtn Ph. 378-3177 closing charges.
in bank for to towards of this home.
current rates. Terms to 25 HUGH EDWARDS deposit a you apply purchase and their

years. Will gladly discuss at no Tires Alignment Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy. All you planned for professional men

FRED .. ARNOLD obligation.J. W. KIRKPATRICK.Call tomorrow.Realtor Brake Service INC. have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you families.
31N.MalssSt. Ph. F* 2-t494 376-7971
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL visit our model home.TAPPAN .

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. S723522 REALTOR famous nationally known Mo- GLADYS SMITHFOUR
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS hawk tires . Save up to Built-in appliances as featured on
50% en new tires. See our new
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-352J wrap around retread that gives BEDROOMSWE from $12,250 up
more mileage & traction. Lati- have several large homes for -
GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA mr Tire Co 63 N. MaIn St. sale in the Northwest. Four bed-
and conventional loans. Low rooms and more. Finley or Little-
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t rates. Terms to 25 years. 1221 wood area and West HiIs.! Air- from $400 down
exchanged; Repair kits for Tree Service
W. Univ. Ave. 3725393.F. conditioned and in prime condition.

Walker d Walker Jacks Hydraulic Factory euthorU-Jack I II H. A. & Cony. Loans A-I TREE SERVICE homes. Call us to see these fine full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our

Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE FORDYCE aV ASSOCIATES INC. Pruning demossing.\ bracing & ca- -377-4371
NE 1st Ave. inJ1Iigh1and
Main "R <-14" .M W 316-1N work & tree feeding. Lawn servIce PICfURESQUE model home on
and maintenance. Licensed 70 acres. stream running through 3 MODELS
& Insured. Free estimates. Trey property. Permanent Bahia. pasture. -
I Auto Glass Thames. 376-2940. Jack Hoov r,, Pear orchard 360 brand
decorating and painting. 4M-3482 GalrwviMe. Fla name Pecan trees. Brick farm

\UTO CLASS Is eur only buS Free Mttmatx Phone 377-5814 home with full farm equipment.Call .
Court Manor
I ness. Immediate Installation Winch Truck- 373-5393. WRITE. WIRE PHONE or VISIT

free pickup & delivery. Add Plumbing
beauty & value to your car. New IITP the swim club community
AUTO GLASS CO. tip-tap condition and ready for
1 I MAULDIN'S yt3 N W. 6th St. FR -2S58. SEWER INSTALLEDNEW WINCH TRUCK SERVICE earnmg and Irving. Apartment upstairs Palm View Estatesk
Si used fixtures coma 10 ft. and 33 ft. booms and downstairs three large
plumbing service "BIG- JIM Welding and metal shop rooms for rentals. All furnishedand
Bulldozing HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- 4611 NW 6th Street priced at $11400. Good financing
Ira FR ,-158 Phone 37-t838 Close to downtown. Call
IMALL bulldoZer. loader clumP 372-5393. 372-9545 day 376-9048 night

trucks Phone fiU dirt.372-7846.lime rock. TopsoiL Upholstery.UPHOLSTER WINDOW CLEAN IHG! GLADYS SMITHREALTOR by Kirkpatrick & Pierson Drive West on 16th Ave., Turn Left at

furnIture at WINDOWS Cleaned. floors cleaned 372-3471 39th Terrace To Model Homes.
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Back reasonable prIces your Call Salty. and waxed houses washed 10 Sales Office-NE 23rd Bird. & 11th Terrace-Phone

hoe. wheel tractors motor Experienced. FR 4-9UI. 4241 yrs. experience. Free cstlmatts. Associates:
grader. Free estimates. G. N.W. 13th Ter. Phone FR 2.5853.VwYMYMo1.z Carolyn Noyes Anna Hmson

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rJ : 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 37 Real Estate Exchanged 42 Farms -& Acreage 44 Cottages for Rent 45 Furnished Apt*. 45 Furnished Apt
35 Houses for Sal. 35 Houses For Sole

, NEWBERRY 3 large BR 1 N.W. ...tton. Low down payment.LR. ON Lane Lilly Morose, 3 room 3 room ., bath ctose-m adults, FURNISHED 2 bedroom 47 fT.
: FOR SALE OR TRADE for trailr FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR. bath living rm. & dining rm. Call kitchen 2 Br.. 1 air cond. 2 WILL trade waterfront lot for car. "Selling Florida Since 1904" lake cottage sleeps adults. no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. mobile home. private lot water
by owner. 3 BR. Ito bath CCB. near Stephen Foster School. n2346.AVAILABLE. walk In cedar lined close. Parquet Lots priced from $1,250 to $5,000. FOSSEY strictly private shaded! dock and FR 2-4621 or 3721633. furnished. 2027 N.W. 31st Place.
f' built-in kitchen central heat. Call FHA evaluation $7,250. $250 down. floors. tile bath, screened What have you? Phone GR 5-5751 110 acres rolling mostly cleared. beach. Rt 1. Box 360 Melrose VERY attractive spacious upstaIrs FR 6-1180.
37477 $46 per mo. to a qualified buy. Sept., 1 bath 3 beautiful bed- pore:'. Concrete patio. lOG x: 1W G. P. Rippcv Melros approximately mile of paved Fla. Phone GR 42631.LONGBOAT 2 BR furnished apartment. CLEAN furnished apt Private bath.-
NEW under $05,000. S bedroom. 4- er. 726 NW 34th PI. room. CCB home.Near fireplace.Llttlewood and lot. Take up payments S75 mo. road frontage, $200 an acre near KEY Only $70 per month. FR -5270. Reasona le. Apply S26 NW 1st PL
bath study formal dining room. yard. 39 Out of Town Property Alachua Air Cond. new beach cottage near 705 N.E. 2nd St.
FOR SALE BY OWNER NW 600 Westwood. FR 6-4220 621 N.W. Ralph Realtor 2 Bedroom. modern: block duplex.
Sarasota. 1 BR.. turn. Weeklymonthly.
living electric -
fireplace. -
I 35th Ter. 3 BR. 2 full bath?, 36th St. FOSSEY 372-4851. FURNISHED apartment. Clean cool Quiet. 2053 N.W. 36th Ave. $ .
I, Kitchen, wall to wall carpetIng FlRedfranks ATTRACTIVE SUMMER OR Retirement -
Ig. paneled Fla. rm. shady Dick Robinson Associate and comfortable. 25 minutes from Phone FR 6-7SS3.
4,, central heat and air conditioning fenced in yard. cent gas heat. OPPORTUNITYMOVE home on 2 acres in 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-135 SMALL furnished cottage and trail Gainesville. Access to big lake.
on landscaped acre. N. W. hardwood floors. Convenient to Western N. C. Mountains, near er for rent. More Haven Park. $45 month. G. LARGE 2 BR. private porCh. phono*
S _33rd Court. 374-MU. Littlewopd. .Westwooct & Univ. NOW AND BE ready for Ga. line. Mile from Stores. TVA 7Vi acres. 10 miles out. 2330 E. University Ave. Phone good P. GR 5-5571. hot .. cold water antenna.
Immed. avail. Fall School. Financing arranged on electric heat. insulation, artesian 3764164. Adults. $55 per mo. 317 NE 2nd
UNUSUAL architect Designed home. occupancy Phone RealestateA well. Separate $2000 cash room lust returnisfed 6-5289.
411.2..52. all modern. Central Heat and Air. guest quarters, CLEAN. living Ave.
Hawthorne. Fla.
3 BR- 2 bath. acre on Hog- I Cond. Near schools and Univer. garage and shop. Excellent view. S. E.' SAPP, REALTORPh. HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. newly painted. 1 BR apt. Located S. E.
a town Creek. Glass walls provide sity. 3 bedroom. 2 bath. Streams. Terms. Full descrip 4722000 Newberry. Fla. Private beach dOCk. boat. $40 at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per 2 Bedroom duplex. Call
view of woods from all rooms. I INCOMPARABLECustom GOOD BUY in this all brick tion on request. W. F. Manus ACREAGE 3-5-10 acre tracts. weekly. Call FR 6-4943. mo. Immed. occupancy.: Phone 45th 22372.Terrace. $50 per month.
Sunken tv. with fireplaceand 3 bedroom, 2 bath resI- Shooting Creek FR
room Realty.
Hayesville N.C. 6-2472. Weseman
2500 sq. ft. suburban home. GOING BUSINESSLOCATED reasonable. Cash or terms.. B. COMER'S Lake View Beach on
built In HI-FI. Dining area, dence on pretty oak shaded lot
4 BR 2 bath. Fla, rm. Irg. In HOME and Income. small motel I Standridge. Rt. 1, Box 49. Archer Big Lake Santa Fe now openl 1 BR furnished duplex. 60S NW 2 BEDROOM furnished apartments
kitchen equipped Including washer. established neighborh 0 0 d. I for rent No pets. :311 9.E. ItttStreet.
kitchen with built-Ins. lIvIng on N. W. 13th St. and Furnished cot-
sunken and
Each BR. with built in dresser An older home. there Is nearly I acreage for the price of a Fla. Swim picnic. 24tn Ave. $60 per month. Phone FR 6- 96l
WW BEER TAVERN Call us for complete home. week. For reser-
S rrru carpeting. suspended 1900 $15,000 good money maker tages by the 3720337.
ft. of
and desk opening on private SQ. living area. SUBURBAN HOME. Big lot on
porch. Master BR.. with separate China closet. IVi acres details. Modern heating system. Priced Call 454-1m Archer Road. Shady. 2 Bedroom. vation. call 468-1129 Earlton. 1 bedroom. LR. kitchen and bath 3 room furnished apt. Water furn.
bath and dressing room. fronting Millhopper Rd. Monthly ALACHUA REALTYAssociates below appraisal and OPEN but spacious. $6.500 _Drawback? EN1 modern furnished cottageson furnished apt. Suitable for couple Apply 517 NW 3rd AvsRENTALS -
Paneling and beam c tiling payments a low.Priced low $117. TO OFFERS. Call 6-0817. 40 Business Properties $3000 down. ARCH CAMPBELL I Lake Santa Fe by week or or students. Close to shop-
throughout. Patio and screened Owner relocating. unbe- Member Multiple Listing 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH Central REALTOR. Phone 376-5707. season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. ping and Univ. Call FR 6-6003. !
porch. Air cond. 23000. Open lieveably low. Substantial cashor Air Conditioning & Heat FamIly Excellent corner location zoned BR- 1 BR, $76 mOo or $83 with A-C
house Sunday 1 to 4. 1230 N.W. will consider- second mortgage.FR 635 N. E. 1st St. Phone :376-2441 room built-in kit. Includ- 2. 89 x 120. Drive by 527.533 North 2.5 ACRES 3 ml. W. of Gaines 3 Bedroom furnished house on Swan ONE BR fjm. apartment, 1313N. 1123 NW 3rd Ave ,
34th Road. Call FR 4-7881 22365. Arie T. Smith, Realtor ing dishwasher. This home is Main and call us for information. ville. New survey. $2500 with Lake by week or month. Phone W. 7th Ave. Water furnished. 2 BR unfurn. $77 mo. 1105 Ntf
-_ Mabel Gore Associate almost new with the many lit. J. W. Kirkpatnck Agency, FR easy terms. 376-5462 or 475-5223 $60 per mo. Phone FR 6-2930 or. 3rd AVI.
tie extras already paid for In- _i404 31 N. Main. 10 ACRES 10 ml. W. of Gaines- 62641. Ask for Mr. Haynes. 2 BR, ...c. $101 mo., 1105 NW 3rd
:WHERE PARRISH FREDARNOLD cluding chain link fence antenna ville. New survey. $3000 wIth 45 Furnished Aprs. 1 BR, apart clean and Ave.
terms. Call Ralph Glaeser garage 1165 NW 3rd Ave.
drapes etc. Small down 41 Residential Income easy quiet, adults. no pets; $55 per 2 BR. $90 me.
Will you find more for your money payment & assume FHA loan. anytime. mo. 2913 NW. 6th St. Phone FR 1 BR. $45 mo.. 419 NW 2nd Ave.
than this well located 3 BR, NO QUALIFYING. N. W. Area.A 4 I Bedroom. 2 bath home. Also ad- ERNEST TEW REALTYFR EAST SIDE 6-6593 or 22229. 1 BR $65 mo. 1224V NW Ith Sd
1 bath CB home for only 12000. PRESENTSMASON HOME WITH INCOME In an excellent loining rental property. 200 ft. 6-4461 2910 N. W. 13th St. Efficiency. $35 ma. 3505 NW 171*
Near Littlewood school shopping. area. Very rentable frontage. :300 block: N.E. 3rd VEUSE LAKE GARDENAPARTMENTS I Bedroom apartment, everything St.
bus line. Stove. Ref., & dIshwasher apartment and nice :3 bed- Ave. Will sell together BIG furnisr except gas. $13.50 2 BR, unfurn., $55 mo lit SW 4th
I Included. Easy to buy. MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom. room I bath home all In exceptionally rately. 316 N.E. 3rd Ave.or FR sepa Johnson Fla.. approx. i acres with I' week or $50 month. 372-C481. Ave
Immediate clean condition. Asking 2- 200 ft. fronting on lake, 2 BR 212 SE 7th St.
occupancy.WHAT 2 bath home. Central heating and REALTORSHADED 475?. CCB duplex. 1 bedroom. spacious Efficiency $75 me
air conditioning. Lovely fenced less than $14,000. IVi bath, frame bungalow. Big $S7 per month upGainesville's cabinets and closets. Quiet location. Call McKhmey Greene Inc. Rul-
: Ideal Claude M. -Red" Franks. Realtor Veuse is one of our larger tor FR 23617.
rear yard makes play area 42 Forms & Acreage swimming Finest Call FR 2-9764.
for children. Convenient to schools Myrtle lassiter. AssociateW. for privacy -
More can you ask for $21,950 LikeS ONE ACRE LOT E. "Bill" Harris. Associate & fishing lake. Approx. If Furnished or unfurnished CLEAN. cool downstairs apt. Utilities -
new 3 Rvt bath CB home on IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had In Idylwild. 3 bedroom 2 bath 7 N. E. itt St. Phone 376-0817 IJY4 ACRES miles from Gainesville. For appt. Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart turn. $75 per mo. Married A Doctor LearnsTo
NW 39th Just tsCI on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry with FHA financing available. Central Res. :376-2927 or 372-7943 21 ml. from Gainesville. 1% ml. to see write: men?. :309 N E 'th St. Phone 376- couple only. 316 NE 3rd Ave. Ph.
a Cent. Heat. Room A<. Shad- home on nice Florida Park lot. heat. 1650 sq ft. main house. 'I Member Multiple LIstingConventional paved road. 900 acres cleared Includng INMAN REALTY CO. 960S. :372-4752. Hear AgainRecent
ed corner lot 130 x 140. DoubleS within walking distance of Gainesville built-in kitchen. $1,000 down to qua- 160 acres pasture. fenced. 859 Edgewood Ave. S. Ph. 388-4001 2 Bedroom. modern block duplex.
carport Elec. kitchen. Much High and J. J. Finley Elementary lified buyer.CENTRAL. two S Inch irrigation wells. 3 acres Jacksonville. Fla. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS. $.SO Quiet. 2053 N.W. 36th Ave. $80. deafness survey reveals -
SEE IT. tobacco. 25 acres peanut al- month. Phone 481-2380.
more. Schools.ANGLEW000. lotment. Phone FR 6-6883. 1 out of 10 people
M $180 per acre 25 _
:WHENNave Almost new 4 bedroom In beautiful Northwest.AIR.CONDITIONING 3 bedroom cent per cent.down. balance 27 years at S I 107 acre ranch. located at Johnson FURNISHED air conditionedopts. AVAILABLE July 1st. 1 bedroom have a hearing problem.

2 bath Contemporary home. 2 bath with family room and lovely TOM U. Fla. Private lake with dock. Ap .. under construction. modern air conditioned apartments This is a great traordy Involving
you been offered I BRANDS Central heat and central A-C. grounds. Has built-in kitchen Phone GREENE FR 43ss2ACREAGE, REALTOR prox. 1000 white sandy beach. Avail. Sept. 1.; $100 per for 2 mo. only. Call 372- income, job advancement -
NEW3BR.2flathCBhoene Fenced back yard. Family room, patio and Is lakes. _3488 or 3164360.FURNISHED .
fenced yard. Price Also fronts on three other month. Call Wayne Mason and social adjustment -
on V acre lot on NW 16th condition-Ave. beautiful built In kitchen. Immediate only 17.000 FHA with $700 downto S. W. br 2 bath, family em. This ranch is Ideal for the gentleman ERNEST TEW REAL- 2 Ig. rooms. 1st floor. millions of
a for $23,3007 Cent. Air occupancy.: qualified buyer. fire pl shaded lot fine i residential Stock farm 460 acres, complete with farmer, dude ranch or private bath, entrance. Adults ) for
a 'ed. Double carport Elec. kitchen area Equity only $80000 registered Angus herd. hogs summer camp. rooms, 2 story TY. 3766461. 701 E. Univ. Ave. peo le.Government.
a with beautiful cabinets. Low A PERFECT HOME beautiful and BARGAIN PRICE Take up payments of only $125 and full (line of farm old home consisting of 3 BR. 3 research now
D. P. spacious for gracious Irving located equip that 1 CLEAN. well furnished 2nd floor.Arooms FURN.. clean 4 rm. apart.. air:
Neat clean 3 bedroom 2 bath home mo. call Mary Moeller ment. 4 BR 3 bath main house. baths large sleeping porch
In a choice Westslde locationthIs bunk kitchen. bath porch $75 cond.. couple preferred no pets. that hearing loss n
at 1316 N. E. 12th Street. A C on private lake and 2 new would accommodate many shows
:WHYPay 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with I unit. patio fenced rear yard. $900 homes. call Mary Moeller beds. Also has baths with showerIn per month. 1 extra large extra $65 per mo. 1029 N.W..23rd Blvd. a social ond economical -
swimming pool ,and lovely patio I down and assume $12,300 mortgage Near GainesvilleSee yard that could be used for nice air conditioned 1 bedroom. _FR 47005.CLEAN. os
rent when you can own this living room with fireplace, separate at 4% per cent interest and this spacious. charming 2 20 Acres paved rd.. W. of Gainesvllle. the swimming & skiing group. $125 month. L. J. Moratto FR cool downstairs apt. Utili- problem as juvenile -
,sparkling clean 3 BR. 1 bathS dining room large family Gaines- 2-4957. morning noon or night. Whetheror
$8200 per month. story 4 br. 2 bath home Ig. 12500.00 Approx. It miles from ties furn. $75 per mo. Married delinquency.
.home for only a few hundred dollars room. carpets and drapes Included living rm. dining rm. I Ig landscaped ville. Priced at $41.500. Terms to 1 BEDROOM, completely furnished couple only. 316 NE 3rd Ave. Ph. not you wear a hearing
a down and $76 per month. loads of storage space central FINLEY AREA yard. Lake view. Mel 12 Acres W. of Gainesville on be arranged. For appt. to see upstairs or downstairs. near 372-4752. or even suspect -
Hardwood floors. Carport utility heat and air conditioning. Spacious 2 bath pavement $6800.00. write: instrument
four bedroom rose. call Mary MoellerAnglewoocl call Mary shopping center. See at 612 NW.
s- & storage. Immediate occupan- home on large lot only two blocks Moeller INMAN REALTY CO. 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 FORDYCE RENTALS a hearing problem.
Icy. GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town from Finley: school. Large FlorIda S59 Edgewood Ave. S. Ph. 388-4001 per mo.EFFICIENCY. 3 Bdr.. A-c NW location $140. PLEASE DO NOTHINGuntil
and must 2 bath
: UNIVERSITYREALTY 4 bedroom room, fireplace in living room. MOBILE HOME COURT Jacksonville. Fla. 3 Bdr., SE location semMurn., have read this
home living room family room. air conditioned. you
panelled foyer. Excellent terms 2000 Sq. Feet. Looking for space and Near Gainesville $75.00
on busy Hwy
built In kitchen and sere ened $22.500. gracious living See this 3 br. 990000. Low down payments & 71 ACRES on top of hill northwestof private adults only. $65. 406 1 Bdr., SE location efficiency, very revealing: and informative -
Central heat
porch. and central
: air Priced to sell. 2 bath house. Fla. rm. central low mo. payments. Alachua. Beautiful place to NE 6th St. furn. $5500 booklet by Jason a
conditioning. ELEGANT heat dbl. garage Ig. corner lot. MARY MOELLER. REALTOR build among the trees. $200 per 3 ROOM 2nd floor hot water fur 4 Bdr.. SW location unfurn.. $185. Wells. M.D.
Centrally, air-conditioned and heated Real Es. 3 Bdr.. NW location unfurn.,
111S N. Main: St. Ph. 372-13.51 NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential three bedroom two bath home Call Mary MoellerInvestment 1019! W. University Ave. FR 6-4471 tate acre.Broker Frank B.Box Howard.703. Grady FInance 727 nished.E. Univ.adults.Ave.No pets. $50. See $125. Many more to chooM from. For your FREE b booku
S W. M. Munroe. Realtor subdivision acre lots paved
outside city limits. Cozy panelled Co. Office High Springs FORDYCE DOCTOR LEARNS TO
a Associates streets Inside lots $3950 corner with old brick fire-
family room
Need House
Frank Roby. lots S4250. Select homesitenow Fordyce AcreageLet Fla Apartment or HEAR AGAIN" Wriiel
a S. E. Mclaughlin, your equipped kitchen. -
place. Completely
46 Acres near Med. Center. suitablefor Refinished Inside and out. Furnished
Associates Inc
Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas. Jr before the next Increase. Box 450Meo
extra large screened porch. Apt. sites. or business. us show you this beautiful 43 Colored Property or unfurnished. Phone FR Doctor.
unlimited closets and storage 280 acre farm 11 miles west of 2-4625. REALTORS Gainesville Sun

space thermopane sliding glass 162 ft. near U.F. campus. Income Gainesville; a going ranch fenced 926 W. Univ. 376-1236
FORDYCEREALTOR M. MePARRISH doors. Fall-out shelter. $32,000. and NICELY furnished convenient
crossfenced. tobacco and
property or build for tenant. COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex downtown area. $75. Adults only.
peanut allotment two tobacco
apartments, large living and
no pets. Inquire Lillian's Music
ARNOLDRealty MOTEL SITE on new Interstate barns two utility buildings three dining area. modern kitchen with
75 exit-call Mary Moeller bedroom home. Irrigation system fan large storage closets. terraz- Store. FIRST TIME IN GAINESVILLE

graded road one side paved zo floors. tile baths. space heater NICE 2 BR furn. apt. with private
CompanyMultiple on the other and all equipment and hot water heater facilities bath & entrance. Large front
& ASSOCIATES. INC. Listing Member Budget will be included If buyer for washing machines. and porch hot 8> cold water furnished. THE 12 WIDE
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham .!. house. desires. Call soon as this Is priced
Walled 3 BR. IVi bath C near paved streets. See at N.E. 26th $58 per mo. Ph. 2-9704. or
1219 W. Univ. Ave. :3723522
: Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish too low to last.
business. low. easy terms. In- Ter. or call for appointment 372- 2-9195
patio. large bedrooms In this 4 19 N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2-5375 Jane Associates Caldwell: F. W.Pete Hodge Sieg vestigate. Call Mary Moeller Fordyce AssociatesInc. 5321 or :372-5322. MOBILE HOMEALSO

bedroom, 2V* bath home In NW. Jim Sheopard Charlie Mayo HOMES FOR SALE 2 BR furnished apart. with porch.
( U Wall to wall carpeting living NOTHING DOWN Bob Kalkn-an Jimmy Greene Realtors 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Near University. See at 411 N.W.
,room. Paneled bedroom Is a 15th St. or call 2-4647. $60 per
S charming study with private MaryMoeller 926 W. Univ. 376123 SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay mo. A WIDE SELECTION OF 10 WIDES
Some small down
VA ment. payment
I bath. Situated on a large beautiful MERRILLLITTLEWOOD
NEW CCB 2 BR, home In LaCrossewith Monthly payment $57 to
lot. Only 22300. Call For. CLEAN quiet apartment In nice
3 BR. 2 baths. 2000 ft.
I dyce It Associates. Inc. 376-1236. sq. 3 acres. Price $8500; $65. Also homes built on your section. 1 block from Hotel Thomas.
APE Beautiful terms $300 down. $80 lot for no down payment. Federal Homes Inc.
Redwood per mo Good bed. front and back entrance Quality
: 3 bedrao-n 2 bath masonry home Call 372 4407 Sunday or 372.9541ext. screened porch. ceiling
Phone FR 2-4125
.construction In a delightful neighborhood $300 DOWN centrally heated and aircondition- 15 ask for Mrs. Kesterson. fan, water furnished. Adult cou-
Within walking distance ed Built.In oven and range. oak HAVE 25 lots In colored area Jack pie no pets. Avallabla June 4820 N.W. 13th ST. (441 NORTH)
a of Westwood School Is this 3 PAYMENTNW. floors. 2 car garage well landscaped Realtor FOR SALE BY OWNER small acre sonville. Will sell or exchange for 27th. Phone 6-3558.

a bedroom 2 bath home. AC Included 3 BR. 1 bath walking distance yard and paved street age with hard road frontage near equity In Florida West Coast area. SERVICE FIRST ALWAYSDon't
In the low price of only to school i ONLY 24300. 1019 W. University FR 6- .71 Hampton. Phone 468-1487. W. H. Answer to S. J. Mack, P. O. Box ADULTS only. One or two bed-
S $14,500 $450 down approx. $84 I Member Multiple Listing Maxwell Hampton, Fla. 2112. Tampa. Fla. rooms. Call J. R. Crane. 372-3631.
'I mOo Call Fordyce It Associates $700 DOWN Attractive 3 bedroom MARY MOELLER. BROKER .
Inc.. 376-1236. I 2 bath masonry home InBLACK ASSOCIATESE.
$500 DOWN ACRES next to GolfCourse W. Moeller Foster Kessler
: Terraced
C In both front and back. situated on PAYMENT BUY AT THE FHA VALUEOF Miss Gainesville's "Biggest Feature Attraction"I1
the $17,500.
lot In
a a lushly landscaped
SW section this architecturally 3 BR. 2 bath, Ig. lot In Northwest WALKING DISTANCE TO

$300 DOWN 3 bedroom masonry HIGH & PARO-
a .designed 4 bedroom. 2 bath home I ELEM.. JR.
be for only $13.710. home .w>th oven and
a can yours I CHIAL SCHOOLS. 3 BR, 2 bath,
A low down payment can be arranged $900 DOWN range. 1 year old. See at :3132 N.
on this home. Over 2600 W. 9th St. ONLY $tS per month. cent. heat & air cond.. extra

.sq. ft. of living area large closets PAYMENT Ig. living rm. 20x20", Ig. dining
and bedrooms and many extra CONTEMPORARY charming
S features. Call Fordyce & Associates 2 BR. 1 bath Southwest only $51 home with three bedrooms two area breakfast area In kitchen.

a Inc.. 37-1236. per mo. baths central heating and alrcon- Lots of kitchen cabinets. dish
3 BR. 2 bath NW close to school. ditlonlng Florida room and screen- extra dbl. '"
washer disposal, Ig.
: Beautifully '"
ed patio In excellent condition. .
.. a Shaded lot and Interesting livingare kitchen sink extra Ig. closets. .

yours this 3 bedroom $1500 DOWN Situated on a beautiful landscaped complete underground sprinkler ".,., .' -
: heln three bath
lot. bedroom 2 house
home In NW section. Many system & shallow well. Complete ;
with central heat and alrconditlon-
A extra features such as built-in PAYMENT
oven and surface unit. washing Ing plus Florida room and screened landscaped. Excellent :
S a machine and many others. Only 3 BR. 2 bath. NW close to porch outside city limits. neighborhood for children. Only

$16.900. Call Fordyce .. Asso- school and shopping. Looking for a split level. Let us 3 blks., from elem & Ir. high
ciates. Inc.. 37-1236. Ie
I S show you this beautiful three school walking distance to 5'J -..
DAN BYRD bedroom home with central heat. parochial school. FHA apprals-
: FORDYCEASSOCIATES. Stove. refrigerator freezer
and drapes included. al $16,500. Small down payment

INC ASSOCIATES. INC. will handle. Come by 1038 NE
1 .
Jack DeYot Realtor
1 Multiple Listing Realtors Associates John MerrillMULTIPLE 22nd Ave. and see for yourself .
4. --' 1r'-
Grace Fordyce. BrokerS 372 5333 I .
Walter E. Stoddard E. Holloway or call 376-6285 or ;
Dudley Goulden. Associate
a Christine Stone LISTING for appt. Offered for sale by
( Harvey Benton. Associate (25 NW 13th Street Associates:
O C. Gay Associate :3722511 MARCELLA PARDIW. owner. Robt. Saunders.
: 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 Call night or day H. BUCHANNAN

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Sunday June 28, 1964 Gainesville Sun I\;

50 Hotel Rooms 66 Misc. For Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sal ,15 AUTOMOBILES for SALE

HOTEL. Enloy miles of beaciw BLACK It WHITE 6 cy!.. stand shift. $295. Phone 1963 Grad Prix. Air loaded with ,
ocean breeze. Request patron discount 2 PRINTS for the PRICE ef 1 USED MOBILE HOMES 374-4441. extras. Warranty and low mile Yalue Rated

j ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE. MER RATE card for ON ALL SPECIAL ROOMS.SUM U $3.48 All sizes savings except on 12 35 roll Top dollar paid phone 376-0571. I 1963 KHARMEN GMIA. white with age. $3485. Will trade. 3725626 PAINT

L '1 Ie II........ DbU Each add'l Si-SO., Sgl. U. Of KODACOLOR SPECIAL Mack top low mileage. Phone i after 6 p.m. Used Cars
g S Cart ef 'Tkaak U Waited te BarS Ph. 43f20. Walter Green. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC. 104 <'"-- nutmrich._376-3261. ext. 2201 I MUST SELL leaving school. Top
S ..... T...* Bfaeklaery 4k Teal Owner, 1021 W. Univ." Ave x 20T Lot for mobile horn -' c. cond.. ell new parts. "60 Volkswagen. JOB B&G MOTOR CO.
4 P.n.aUs.4 ftervbeo SB.1UJ., MaUrlaU 11500. 1 Milt S. off PayiK 2 Call FR 1-7554.<< New
Now Specializing In Ladles' Better Prairie. For appointment ca.. .riymoutn dr. paint lob. Low Mileage.
5 Travel Infermatlea 4 HenakeU Cee4a 51 Mite. Rentals FR 6-3052.- ISO or best offer. 514 NW 30th Cadillac Otdsmobilc
S Bpeeial NeU... 6J AnUtmea Dresses. Close out Buys. Sizes I, Ave. FOR SALE Wl FORD Fairlane.! 4 2001 NW 13th St.
1 FUrUtaBaky M Misc. Fer late Trailer space near Newman's Lake. through 56. $3 Each. ExceptionalValues. TRAVEL TRAILERMANUFACTURER dr. sedan power steering. radio
Sitter. CUti Care tl Trading Pests Shaded. Phone 372-0202. DIXIE MILLS SUPER CONVERTIBLESharp & heater. $1075. Call 373-4852 att $3995 -
riaaat Te Ge Aa< tt Articles ...... DISCOUNTS. It S.W. 1st Ave Uf Beavers and Big Beavers built black 51 Impala 1<* with er 6 P.M. .
Things Te BeeAUTOMOTIVE II F..l Oil Weeds 51-A Wonted To Rent nue. by the std. transmission. Average retailon GAINESVILLEAUTO
M hundreds. Free brochure: this popular model is $780 mi MGA. See Ed Cook. Town and
71 Boats Marina E.mla. 2' FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW LI'I Beaver Travel Trailer Mfg. Will accept any sensible offer if Country Trailer Lodge. Make Of At
Camp.Baat. Flak COUPLE wants or 3 bedroom boasting their largest supply of Co.. Fitzgerald Ga. sold by Monday. FR 2-6226. fer. SALES
7. AlrpUie BaIee-l.atal IS Office E,.lpmar, furnished house. permanent residents Seasonal Plants. Also call us
TT MakC E..ei for Sale 73 MulcaJ Merchandise house & neighborhood must for decorative patio stones. bird BUICK special 15 2 door hardtop. 1963 TR4. Driven only 7.500 miles. HAWESPOWERSBODY 1007 N. Main St.
7S Track far Bate be nice. P"F R *- 4S3. baths or any of your gardening WYATT- low mileage. clean good condi Like new. original list $3,159. SHOP Phone FR 2.6313
tion. Call FR 2-1321 or 2-3961. Sacrifice for SZ400. Terms. Call
79 Trmcka Waited YOUNG
responsible family of four Florida'sLaroest
FR 62516. 611 S.W. 3rd St. Northcentrol
M Traatera *Track XeatalaM REAL ESTATE FOR SALE desires 3 bedroom home. Phone TROL GARDEN CENTER. FR CORVAIR Monza '6* equipped
Trailer Keotais FR 2-1102. 6-2641 20 NW 14th Ave. Trailer SalesHome with radio heater. white sIdewall '60 VOLKSWAGEN. good condition FR 2-0538

U Metereyele* feeatarat 13 Lola far Bale OLD Underwood typewriter. recon tires. 1.000 actual miles. clean priced for quick sale. Independent Dealer
1 Aateaaeklle Bepalra U Watwfrent. rrepert 52 Boarders Wanted I ditioned. $25 or trade for T. V.. of Assume payments., small equi 745 N. E. 10th Ave. Phone FR
U AeUatebOas (er ate U fuses Per SaleMCettacea diamond or watch. Paul Otfs Pacemaker Mobile Homes ty. Win consider older car for 25821

M Iway CanEDUCATIONAL Fer Bale ROOM and Board for girls. Private I Bazaar Watch Repair. 113 N. Shasta and Airstream equity. Call owner at 372-1441 1956 PlymouTh 4 dr. ww tires. r
S7 Zeal E.t... Exekaare bath Washing Machine. Phone ; Main St. across street from 1st Travel Trailers ext. 33. ..5 weekdays. & h, AT. mechanically excel
: II Zeal Estate Waif FR 4-6083. : National Parking Lot. Delia's First Mobile Home MGA. 1958 Top condition like lent. $275 or best offer. 3727478.

II Be..... iMtneUm ** O.t .| Tew Pre,.", THE amazing Blue Lustre will I 123 Dealer Silver- Springs Since 1948 Blvd. new interior. Call FR 2-3056 after 1957 CHEVROLET Vsix passenger RAMBLER

U ...aI.. Daaetaf.M 41 4S Biilati, Frapertiea 53 Office-Desk Space leave your upholstery beautifully Pn291351 7.30 P.M. wagon. Power steer.. &

Wa U -toatreaUe* ,,4! Farms Besldeatlal* Acreage lucerne I soft and clean Rent McDaniell electric Ocala Fla. 1964 Chevrolet Impala, new 2300 brakes Air. Radio. Recently

43 Catered Preperty Rentals PROFESSIONAL bUlLDiNG.3l3 shampooer. $1. miles. A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost. painted and overhauled. $695. SELLING SPREEALL
EMPLOYMENT 3-l Catered Preperty Sales West University Ave. Office space BELIEVE IT Phone FR 6-4404. John Baldwin. 376-2771 after 6 P.M. Friday.
17 Work Waited Male available reasonable down electrIc I
'!7 FORD. Fairlane' 500.
11 Werk Waited Female town. Phone FR 6-1254 or see $22.88: sofa, $1295; 21" consoleTV. OR NOT 62 Corvair Monza convertible. 4- V-l PS.
RENTALS Room 202 speed floor shift. Excellent coni i Fordamatic. Many extras. New
Professional BUiidn3.OFFICE 129. dining room set. $15;
14 Balea Bel WantedU CARS
Save S600 10 x 46 2 BR furnished dition. 23.000 miles. $1725. W III paint and tires. Excellent cond. EXECUTIVE
Help Mai* ar Female Space For Rent. 111 J gas range. $15 Bargains galore. trade. FR FR 27116 evenings.
41 Cettacea Far lesS WILLIAM'S SERVICECENTER.. only S3195. $350.40 down. 6-4009.
:IS Dramatla Male Help Wanted 45 PunIshed Apia.4f __SW Third Street. Phone 3723937. 154.09 per month. '51 OLDSMOBILE U. excellent condition DISCOUNTS UP TO 800
Cnfanbhe Apia. Over SO models to choose from 1963 Oldsmobile Jetfire hard- $200 Phone FR j-9797
U Female H.t. Waited 47 Heaic f.r Beat > F.,. 54 Business Rentals CITIZEN BAND RADIOSNew TRAILER MARTHWY. top coupe air conditioned
41 lessee for Beat Cofan. and Used $40
4 87 Automobiles Wanlcr
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* K.. 17 speed transmission. Caris SELECTION OF AIR
mk f r Beat GARAGE space tor Complete line of photo supplies PHONE 3211050 IN STOCK A- LARGE
2* FirM EfBlpmeat M Betel rent U .W. FULLER'S FOTO INC parked on Univ. City
2nd St. Call John TO 6 61
Merrill, Real- WAGONS -
27 Feed Fertilizer 81 Mlse. Bealala tor. FR M474. 419 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713 EAST PALATKA. FLORIDAFor Bank parking lot. See Mr. CARS& Chevrolets.WANTED Al, Herndon 1950-54 Fords Service CONDITIONED SEDANS Cr
28 LlTCiUck BippUea2t *1A Wasted Te Bent -
SMALL VACUUM CLEANERSUsed Foster or Mr. Johnson at Station. 916 SE 4th St. & 8s.Come
warehouse .
Laadieaplor Tip Sail 81 Baarders Waited with platform tor Machines Sale 1 BR air condo furn. the bank.
M PeU Supplies 83 Office Desk Bpir trucks loading & unloading in $15 up-25 to choose from trailer & enclosed cabana. Ex.

U LUeiteck: WailedFINANCIAL a. Bulaesa Rentals. _city Phone_ limits.373-4433 1132 or S.374-4171 Main St. KIRBY SALES & SERVICE I AJA.cellent and condition.6-1J P.M.FR 2-98S6 6-S FOR Fasfback.SALE For 1963 details FORD call XL 500. In and Meet Our Courteous Salesmen:
372 Olt7.
SERVICES COLORED beauty shop for rent. 712 N. Main Ph. 374JUOT.v. 10x55 HOME Crest 2 BR front and Alfa Romeo Spider. 1963.. BIGUSED P. G. ( Polie) Holder. Elmer Miller, Cecil

U Sashes OpportunIties Special SerrleeaS3 Inquire at 507 N.W. 5th Ave. antennas $3 single stack, rear m bath alr or_phone 372 $7 double Simmons.
87 Moos te Lean Home ImpretementeZ4 756 or 2-0023. I stack $13 completekit. patio awnings. Phone FR 6- Hoyt
is Brant's 513 NW tth Ave. 1964 vw radio seat belts.
U Msrtgig.s ladle TT Berrlce 1783. openIng Plant Sales Mgr.
fif Money Wanted 15 Appliance FsrnlturemwNme.mmHneaumve.em.. 56 Business Opportunities 36000 BTU commercial air conditioner Bedroom back windows, side mirror j ,
I 2
trailer 42 with alumInum
with outside water cooling rack. trailer hitch. un- CAR
12 LANE BOWLING cabana. air conditioned. *rcoat, 8,000 miles. $1650 CARS
IJllllnllllllll1allllllllllll ALLEY On W. tower. 3 office desks & chairs. 503: Phone LARGE SELECTION OF
---- ,.. Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity SW 2nd Ave. shady lot. pool. Town & Coun _r R 2-4/93

45 Furnished Apr 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. the for the right man to get In 2.AMANA air conditioners. 12.500 try. Lot G2, Ph. FR 6-9606. 1961 FALCON, station Wagon. 4 dr..' SALENO WITH and WITHOUT AIR.
bowling alley business with R
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H. and
BTU and a 14500. 1 year old. 220 trans. Ww
EFFICIENCY apartment completely UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house. 6-2441 small amount FR of capital. Call FR volts. Both for $400. See at IT'S FOOLISH I tires good condition. 1900. FR *- REASONABLEOFFER
or 6-2930. Ask for 9707
furnished. Private entrance' ISO month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Haynes. Mr. Gainesville MInature Raceway. to ... _arid 2-5806. REFUSED
pay more. RECKLESS to
and bath. Utilities furnished. 2221N house. $60 month. Furnished THINKING RIDGWAY M5OR
TAPPAN Clock less. about
controlled 20-Inch pay GET THE REAL buying
E. 7th St. *65 month. Phone .7466.duplex apt.. s0 month. FR GROCERY trade no down STORE all colored oven rotisserie burner with a FACTS. Payments as low as sports car? Only $1200 will a good put CRANEI
FR 22128 payment. must
._ have good credit or collateral. brain. Regular $399. This week S57.2 per month with $300 down. YOU in a I960 Alpine. Extras in- I
3 BR 1 bam ar 1117 NE 31st Call FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0641 only Free 30-gallon glass lined LAKE GENEVA elude wire wheels WW tyres and LINCOLN-MERCURY
46 Unfurnished Aprs. Ave. $100 per mo. University nights and Sundays. water heater included. See Full- Mobile Homes SalesRt. heater. Call 376-7824 for detallL 516 S. Main St. '. 2-8433
Realty 372-4351. EXCELLENT downtown Slncia gas 376-5392. 12 S.W. 1st Ave. 100 SE!: Keystone Hts Fla.ITS t63 Volkswagen Sunroof. Like ncw. FR 6-2425 I 1132 S. MAIN ST.

NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen 2 BR r IMPORTS FOR SALE Tla Maria. $1425. WIll take trade FR .
Ig. yard, near school $60 Service Station -open and doIng 6-4009..
equipped. 160 par month on ayears Per mo. Call 3729655. 1012 NW business will lease to responsible Crania de Viotettes. Pernod Inca HERE -'- II
lease. Ph. 376-8372 days 39th Ave. Pisco. Metaxa Cafe Expresso. Sake -
party with adequa to
,_376-7327 evenings. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Ouzo. ir WIDE Champion 2 BR
I rooms & bath downtown 2 Bedroom CCB house. 3400 N.W. Phone FR 64222 2-4512. : 1 I
area 3rd Street, $90 per me. Call :376- or WINNJAMMER 2001 N.W. 13TH ST.
retrig. ft stove. Adults no pets 39 8. FOR SALE BY OWNER, two Beautiful NEW 64 modelI
water turn. 160 per mo. FR 2. PACKAGE STORE x 36' one BR
4421 or 372-1633. i- BR. 1 bath Fla rm. garage. good business locations with tremendous SPECIAL at ONLY S2895 ,
Range & refrlg.. $125. 737 NW lilt potential. 100 x 200' 520 SW 2nd Ave. (at RR tracks) BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. \ i6e. q ,
LARGE newly decorated aprment.partially Ave. Call Green each. Call J. R. Crane. 3723431. -e.' .-
McKinney Inc.
200 LB. capacity chest deep freeze. INC.
'urnllh .
Phone GR i- Realtor 3723417.
5485. only 30 days old. Will sell for 376-8361
New 3 BR home walking distance to IIshed Ocala business must be half price. FR 6-4240 2425 Haw. Open I A.M. to I P.M. Closed I -
2 bedroom duplex GHS. for rent lease sold. Consists of bar. package thorne Rd.CRAFTSMAN.
or very rea- Sundays. 441 N. at city limits ;
for $7500 per month. apartment. sonable. Phone 372-6933. store & 17 unit motel. For fur. across from Gainesville Livestock .,
Merrill. Realtor FR 1494.. ther information call 374-741 and 3 wheel band saw. h
3 BR.. house. N.W. Section. Near ask for Mr. Williams, complete good condition. $45. Market. t.4t '
MR CONDITIONED apts. 1. 2 or 3 University. Kitchen equipped. Phone F R. 2-0235.
BR, furnished or unfurnished. Immediate Phone FR SMALL Capital puts you In Vend-
2-4904. SEWING MACHINE 10 x 55 Homecrest. 2 bedroom *, \rJ k4.
4 ing Machine business. Locations repossessed 5.
occupancy available S80 ,
per month <. up. Couples only. I: I BR house unfurnished 1913 NW furnished. Write S. A. Shafer 3506 Singer Zig Zag makes decorative front and rear. IV* bath installed r
a Phone 3723572 for Mr. Sleg at 36th Ave. Apply at 3407 NW lth N W. 11th Ave stitches with drop In cams. conditioner, window and L
Arnold Realty Co.. 121* W. Univ. St. appliques monograms, buttonholes patio awnings. Please call FR \ 6
6-1213 before and after 5. &
sews on Only
Ave. 59 Money Wanted
AVAIL. July lit 2 BR, CCB house.
$5240 payments 655. Call 372- 1963 VANDYKE
mobile home 10
> BR unfurn. water furn. $75 per mo. Phone
apart. 216 S E. 9th
7680 or 3722051. 50" air
x conditioned furnished.
St. Kitchen equipped 372-348* or 376-4360. WANT to borrow $4000 second mortgage fully
good Investment. Good mor- $450 for $2.000 equity. S
t couples children and pets wel FOR SALE potted cole as. double Si -
3 bedroom house good neigh.borhood. 3530 S. W. 24th Ave. Pinehurst
al risk. Write box 454-A care of '
single begonias. 3333 NW 5'Jl St. \
come. $65 per mo. plus utll. Contact
close to shopping center Gainesville Sun. Park, Lot 22. 376-7479
M. L. Shea, 3724353 or 376-. and schools; $100 per mo. GOOD HEARING Is one of your ; __tr u-

2763 evenings. Call 372-3580. 61 Wanted to Buy most valuable assets. Don't neglect 83 Motorcycles & Scooters -

DMIRAL air conditioner 23.000 3 BR unfurn. house. $70 per mo It. Visit GAINESVILLE'S
BTUs. perfect condition. Private 1520 E. University Ave. Call GR WANTED good used pick-up truck HEARING AID CO TODAY. 620 SSO Motorscooter with Laths engine ,
owner. $235. FR 6-3188. 5-5141. Chev. or Dodge. 1956-57. Reason NORTH MAIN. PHONE 374-0095. Must be repaired. Call

OR QUIET STUDYING. kitchen 3 BR, 1 bath at 324 NW 19th St. able. A. K. Brennan. Rt. 1. Box SEWING MACHINE repossessed 372-8205. '
equipped. 2 BR apt. $65 plus util- $135 per month. I Immediate _193B Alachua Fla. White Zig Zag full size. round BLACK Ducattl, motor cycle. Only 4
Itles Phone 372-3397. occupancy. FR 26554 or FR 2. bobbin. like new. buttonholes 1400 miles. Practically new. $290. -
1525. 64 Household Goods sews on buttons. appliques mono FR 63440. -, '-
47 Houses for grams. Fancy stitches. Take pay.
Rent Furn. -
RENTALS ment of $7.40 Small 1962 Moped. $90. In excellent con- ;, t _
per mo.
U Cu. Ft. GE refrigerator used dition. Call 376-0916 after 6PM.
1 BR house, light & water fur- 2 & 3 t>r. homes furn. & unfurn. 3 years. Bottom freezer swing balance-Phone 372-7680 or 372- -'-

nlshed. $62 per mo. No pets APARTMENTNear out shelves. completely frost 2051. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR
3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR Univ. Beautiful 2 BR. free. New warranty. cost new OFFICE DESK. reupholstered trailer .

2-5633- upper Apt. completely furnished. S450. Now $350 terms or cash. sofa bed knee hole desk, bed CONDITIONING Tune up
Call GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE room suite, pair pie crust lamp
KDULTS only. 5 room house. 307 Special $250 for performance
S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane MARY MOELLER, REALTOR Phone 3723537REPOSSESSED tables. night stands, end tables. test. All makes and models.
3723631. lOlt W. University FR 6-4471 Empire style love seat and 2 Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air
GE wall stereo. maple regular chairs. Other household Item *. Conditioning Servicing Center.
2 bedroom block house fence
VERY desirable two"baths. cone.
3 bedroom Nu Furniture 314
$70 sinoo. Now vt9S. as low as Nearly- Shop. 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- S 1
Prefer with ed yard. $75 per mo. or
man fam
SI.25 week.GOODYEAR. NW. Ith Ave. Fr 6-4892. L
ily. Call to see this house be.tw00n4&7pJI1O5NW with 1 yr. lease. 711 NW 33rd 2561. -
6th Ave. Call 376-7459. SERVICE STORES 1963 Roper Charm gas range. Rotis- SPECIAL auto painting $2995. Automotive .
Phone 3723537
St. sere and oven. $200. 1237 N.W.,
3 BR. 2 bath $115 mo. 3405 NW repairs and tune-up. ,
34th Road. Phone FR 4-3U8
13 Cu. ft. refrigerator 2 door 't -
Bedroom house. 2414 N. 10th Ave. Miller & Sons. 732 NW 1st St. -
E. 6th tion. Call FR 2 1328 or 13947.: ;
Frigidaire. with 100 10. freez '-
Ave. Corner of 25th St. House 3 BR. 1 bath $100 mo. 21S NW Phone 372-7915. .-t-z -
ere 2 years old. Call FR 25628.
open. Call FR 6-4230 or 2.8144iOZY 36th Dr. -
Call McKInney Green. Inc. Real. LIKE new 188 K-l Heavy duty MILL ENDS HENDERSON'S 85 Automobiles for Sal. -
2 BR home country atmosphere for FR 2-3617. ._ Singer Sewing Machine. Phone MILL STORE. U. S. Hwy. 19.
air conditioned Call 372434 372-4102. Crystal River. Fla. Only 1 hr., NICE 59 Ford GaJaxe500!. convt. -

or 376-6217. 49 Rooms For Rent 15 mln, from Gainesville. Literally new top. PS. PB R & H, new -
rHREE large \VW
rooms and bath tires. Assume monthly pay
carport all electric kitchen, near LARGE at 1228V w. University and Guaranteed MILES OF FABRICS. Selection. ments of $44. Little S or will con- : -..-- 4 '
room ,43 Refrigerators from $3* Quality. Price. Irregular bedspreads _
up _
Sperry Plant. For single men aider older model car for my
Ave Hot and cold water 4
beautiful third -
or woman, or couple; no dogs. Ranges from $39 up and one equity. May be seen after S P.M. -- ,
furnished $35 for 1 persons. 2
I ends. three
17 Washer off. Lovely carpet
from $19
$40 FR up \"itKH
per mo. 2-8181. at 405 SE 3rd St. '
$40 month. FR 6-2641 or
person t Dryers from $49 up fourths off. First quality Cabin -
*OR RENT Lovely four bedroom 4-2930 Mr. Haynes. 2 Food-Freezer* from $99 up Crafts carpets and rugs and Pep. VOLKSWAGEN '63, 2 door white ti

two bath completely furnished FOR 1 or 2 people 2 rooms, private 2 Dishwashers from $49 up perch sheets. Throw rugs $1.91 up. with red interior one owner -
home In Florida Park, convenient bath private entrance. Call 10 TV Sets from $35 up Tel. 795-3399. clean car. See to appreciate. For __ -,
to Univ. Prefer Profess' 372-1646 or see at 1106 NE tiN JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. CLEAN your rugs S. upholstery with appt. 454-9351. ; 4
or graduate student & family. *
Write Box 447-A care of Ave. 419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 3725303G. amazing Lustre Foam. Use LITTLE down & take up payments. ,

Gainesville Sun. TO business or professional man : E. REFRIGERATOR used lyr. our applicator free. Call Home 1962 Impala convertible auto -
adjacent to bath. Must be sober. Cost new $180 selling for $85. Beautiful Furniture, 1703 N. MainSt. trans, radio. heater. po w e r #5 ; ..-
ONE bedroom turn. house fenced Phone 2-0984. 1325 N.W. 4th St. I 12 Cu. ft.. Including freezer. Call steering. In perfect condition. Call "- _
yard carport. NW section. No 376-7707 after 7. 372-4460. i -
drinking no pets. SAO month. FR NICE cool. downstairs corner room. EXCELLENT condition 1 Frigi
_a-2438. close I". Off street parking. Antenna FURNITURE purchased new daire refrigerator $75; '1 Ken One 195 VOLKSWAGEN Bus. extra 0
furnished. 531 S. E. 2nd Sept. '63. We are moving. 2 more automatic washer. $70; 12V' clean mechanically perfect.
FOR RENT Nice 3 BR. CCB house fan 112. Call low milage. May be seen ,. ,
PI. FR 22582. foam rubber single beds. including port. floor very --- -- ---- -'" ------ 'w'.e
newly redecorated Corner shadylot. mattress and 376-2729. at 30* N.E. 1st St.. Mr. Dick
Good neighbors. Tile bath. LARGE furnished room for men. each or both beds $60 springs., Bahama$35 1 TORCH. 1 bench grinder. 1 floor Holmes. Lhted below are- many of the later model cars we've taken in trade on new Cadillacs and
2423 NE 2nd Ave. Call 372-4571. maid service. linens and
weekly refrigerator furnished. Phone 372. lounge $30; small dresser $10; lack. 1.12 ton hydraulic lack '60 COMET Station Wagon AC auto I Oldsmobiles during cur good opening celebaation.! SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS OF I I
util. table $5: tan Cole-Steel tram., tires.
I BR, 2 bath 8100 mo.. 734 NE 1185. valve' tools and other Ittems. Call radio new one
3rd Ave. Call Mckinney Green. file cabinet with lock. 4 draw FR 6-8J41. owner, excellent condition. 376- ORIGINAL DEPRECIATION.
Inc. Realtor. FR 23617. AIR'cooled room $8.50 per week or ers and shelves $40; misc. Items. 2348.
Ph. 3'e-8342. BABY SCALE $3 Pride car bed
1 BR frame home complete with $30 per month. 3720481. $6; platform rocker; $5; folding 1963 DODGE DART 270 4 dr. Sedan 63 CADILLAC sedan deVille, 4 window hard- I 63 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-door sedan.
T.Vj piano, washing machine and UXYi N. W. 2nd Ave. A room HOTPOINT Electric water heater table top tub $1; FR 2-1732 low milage one owner. Plenty
deep freeze. Located 822 N.W. 39th for men only I in cottage separate 55 gal. $20. Call 376-6661. of extras. Call 454-1367 High top sedan. Factory air, autronic eye electric White and turquoise. 6-cylinder, automatic

Ave. near Steven Foster School from residence. has private KELVINATOR washer & dryer. excellent BARGAINSMust Springs. windows and seat, fully equipped. One owner. transmission. 13,600 miles. One $
and bus line. Lot 100 x 141. Also entrance. FR 6-7984 FR condition 1st $150 takes. sell. going out of business. 1 1964 CADILLAC. less th.n.sooo O1QC
car shed and work shop. Will rent 22986. Phone 376-6962. Also RCA Vic S ft. Warren display meat refrigerator miles. Coupe deViiie white with Sold new by B&G. owner. In factory warranty. . I VD
to students. $95 per mo. Call FR with tor console TV. 24" screen, $100. $150; I Toledo scale, midnight blue interior. $5,385. Ph. $4995
LARGE clean private
room Low
e-2524 Nationwide Insurance Of- $10, 1 National cash register. 6-4945. mileage. . . . .
NE 3rd Ave.Phone Fit
bath. $35 mo. 316
lice or FR 6-6718 home. ELEC. Range, ref rig.. washer; $50 $15 and other useful items at low
372-4752. each. Couch. S25. 2 platform rockers ; '56 FORD. good condition. 4 dr., 63 CHEVY II. NOVA Sedan. Automatic
N. W.
VDULTS only. 3 Br.. furnished A large comfortable front room $15. Coffee table. Ph. 372- SIN COSt.Ave.Call Gainesville FR 6-5441,Fla.918 r S. h. ww. Dependable transpor 62 CADILLAC 6 window sedan. Factory air, transmission. Beautiful white and One
house. Large living room. dining gold.
with cross circulation. Gentlemen 5948 tation. Financing avail. St. Trans.
room and kitchen. Front and only. Phone FR 6-5993. SOFA and matching chair, turquoise S39 5. 372-3357. fly: equipped. White and rose. $4 >inC
$100 Admiral air conditioner. owner.
buys an
back porch. Completely redecorated
shelf units
$75. 2 metal
Good neighborhood. close NICE room In quiet neighborhOOd. In excellent condo used lest FR 6-7831. 1956 Oldsmobile. 4-door, Excellent 18,500 miles . . . . O VJ I In $1'995
In. Very reasonable. Phone FR 2- convenient to bus line. Phone than 50 hrs. 9.500 BTU. Call 2. $10. condition. $250. Will take trade. warranty. . . . . .

4084 Sunday 9 a.m. to I tun. 372-4894. 0745 after 5:00.rosebeig.. < COLDSPOT refrigerator. $40. Craftsman FR 6-4009.

or 9 to 9 Weekdays. LARGE clean room with private 1-12x15* wool rug. $15. shop vacuum on dolly $22.50. '60 Rambler wagon. Economical 6. 64 OLDS STARFIRE Coupe. Factory air, cruise
TV. $35. Kenmore gas 63 FALCON station Radio & heater
WALL 2 BR CCB newly painted bath. $35 mo. 3U NE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-8S78. Silvertone luggage racks. 2 new tires. Well wagon. ,
$25. 222 S.E. 20th St. control full white black bucket seats.
Inside. Elec. kitChen. fenced yard. Phone 372-4752. range. kept.. $600. Betz, 1426B-. W. nth power, standard shift.

TV antenna. S80 per. mo. 720 MEN WOMEN. Rooms and apartments 66 Mise .For Sal*. SCOTSMAN Ice Machine. practically PI. Less than 12,000 miles. Sold and serviced $1695

NW 34th PI. 3723324._ -. near Campus. Day weekor Phone new 448-1998 used one Beggs season.Gulf Vt Price.Sta by B&G. Yery clean. . . . .

TWO bedroom trailer with cabana month; linens furnished. FR T-V antennas $3 single stack. 57 Waldo. ADVERTISE IN THE $4495
no pets. Call FR 25633. 6-2937 or 61082.FRANK'S double stack. $1100 complete kit. tion. SERVICE DIRECTORY In factory warranty. . . .
Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. JENNY Lynn spool bed dark mahogany 64 CROWN IMPERIAL Hardtop sedan. Factory -
has box springs and mat
REMINGTON elec. typewriter good tress. In good condition; $40. 63 OLDS F-85 CUTLASS convertible. White air. Full power. Silver turquoise. White

MARINE'OPEN condition.PJA. 372-6731.$115. Call after 5.00 Phone FR Electric 2-8133. Sewing MaChine nylon top. Red with red bucket seats. Floor leather interior. 100 % warranty. $5295

DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY SINGER. wooden cabinet. foot pedal shift console. 19,216 miles. One owner. Sold List new for about $7,000 . .

Chairs. low as SS. No money 1 control work light and attach. B&G.
down, low as $5 per month. __Phone 372-6044. $2595

IlL 9 PM EVERY NITE THIS WEEK Free estlmatev pickup and delivery In factory warranty. . . 62 PONTIAC Bonneville. sedan.Fac
service. All work guaran 70 Boats-Marine Equip.IU Hardtop

teed. Phone 376-7786. Crestliner beat a. trailer wills 62 OLDS 98 Sed ; tory air .power steering. White with burgan-
TRADE your costly to operate n. Factory air power steer

4th of JULY SPECIALS $48 ELECTRIC. water heater. GAS and ; 55 model.h.p.$900.Mercury Financing motor can be 1964.,. ing and brakes, 6-way seat. White with blue dy interior. Exceptional condition. $2595

water for heater.a new Much glasslined more hot ranged. 1533 E. Univ. Ave. Ph. interior. 38,620 miles. One owner. 25Ol6miIes. . . . .

water half the cost with 372-8312. $2595
at about
OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. RUNABOUT Classy .14 with Sold and serviced by B&G . .
ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. windshield top. remote controls. '
61 OLDSMOBILE 88 Station 3-seater
USED Fast enough to pull skis. Complete wagon, ,

OPEN AIR MARKETFarm outfit. Even has cover. $350 cash. 63 BUICK LeSobre Station Wagon. Factory Factory air, power steering. S
I 1
Ph. 376- 63 VW sedan
Realtor runs 995
Arch Campbell
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables.
air. Power White and gold.
15" SWJFT RUNABOUT $ 00 Come out to 4431 N.W. 13th 5107. I and looks like new. steering.
395 St. 1958 25 H.P. hand crank Johnson leatherette scot upholstery 22,000 miles.

25 HP MOTOR TRAILER . SHORT WAVE RADIO RECEIVER outboard engine 300 hr*. total Turquoise with leatherette Beautiful in excellent $ '
.. Hallicrafters S _B. Very good running time. $98. Phone PR interior. $1495 car, QOOC 61 FALCON Station wagon radio $1195 I

14' SPAN A MERICA NOMAD $ r>irOO condition. $50. Call 376-3674. 2-3761. condition. . .. .. . wA/J heater, standard shift, white. . I
5 DRAWER UNF. CHEST FOR SALE15' Weodson fiberglass
40 HP MERC. MOTOR TRAILER Jt J constructed of smooth sanded sturdily ponderesa boat with too. steering. &
sedan. fac-
pine only .......... 138 controls. 40 h.p. motor 4 trail 62 VW sedan radio. Hardtop '
14' CRESTLINE MUSTANG $rarOO Small 4 Dr Desk ............ 11.18 er. ExcelL condo Priced at only tory air. cruise control. full 'power. 42,000 60 CHEVROLET convertible Impala, White I
Large 6 Dr. Chest ._.:...._. 1988 MM Call 376-1383 whitewalls clean and and Y-8 steering i $ i M
JO miles. One red. yellow, power Q r
30 HP MERC. MOTOR & TRAILERNo J COX WAREHOUSE 601 S. Main owner. Sparkling
in excellent condition. $3395 : *
i FOUR-piece antique marble top 73 Musical MerckandiM I White leather interior. . . very clean . . . . I T / J :
down payment on the above rigs. bedroom suite for sale. Phone $1295
468-1545. Hampton. Fla. WURLITZER

S ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I America'organs are Earf 1 piano Piano and Co. 61 CADILLAC sedan deYille air cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET Impala hardtop PS V.8 $995

am University back at Ave.old I stand buy. sell$16 and W. Gainesville's Dealer, 702 evctush/e W. universityAv Wuriltler 61 VW sedan black 61 CADILLAC convertible air cond. $2995 59 CHEVROLET station wagon 6cyl AT $995 I

'LOOK FISHERMEN trade.ways. 1st class repairs, a* al Phone 372-2222. with red interior. 60 CADILLAC fleetwood air cond. $2495 62 FALCON station wagon . $1495 I

REPOSSESSED Sanger Zlg lag TRUCK rebuilt LOAD\ -'.very FULLY fine factory GUAR. SI 095 60 CADILLAC sedan, air cond. . $2395 61 FALCON station wagon . $1195

14' Carter fisherman makes. buttonholes decorative monograms stitches appltoue. etc- ANTEED.STORE. 112 LILLIAN'S SE First St.MUSIC Ph. 60 CADILLAC sedan . . .. $1995 61 FORD GALAXIE hardtop AC $1295

18 HP Johnson Motor, Only mo. IIS$67.20 W. Univ.payment FR 6-1075.UM per FR a-S931. 60 FALCON 2door. 59 CADILLAC sedan deVille air cond. $1895 61 DODGE station wagon . . $1395

Murray Trailer NEW mewvr and*. used eager chain t.fnp saws... lawn light PIANOS vr.l Mm AND brand ORGANSS ft nt. and white. .' . $595 "r 57 CADILLAC fleetwood. air ccnd. .. $895 58 PLYMOUTH sedan air cond. . $395

plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs organs used Wt our substantial teaching 60 CHEVROLET station wagon . $1195 60 DODGE phoenix hardtop sedan AC $895
a StrattoA. new and used motors. ltudios. Will sell at
> Rental sates and service discounts. Gridley Music Co. 60 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan ,air cond. $1595 59 CHRYSLER hardtop coupe .. $1095
Gainesville Snooping Center. FR 58 FORD Fairlane
23 NE
NEW Meyers Power
_16m Ave. Phone 376-3411. 2-5351. "500" red & white. 59 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan, air'cond. $1295 59 DODGE sedan power steering $795
BURROUGHS Senslmatic accounting UPRIGHT Piano. in good tune. 58 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan air cond $795 52 PLYMOUTH
17' CRESTLINER 65 HP MERCURY MOTOR machine F-SO. Serial S-6S406P. $100. Phone 374-fOSS or 6-8Ct5. extra clean car. $695 good transportation $195

Phone G. Massa 473-4911 Keystone TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS 58 OLDS 98 convertible . . .... $595 59 MG Convertible . . . $595

17' MURR TRAILER $10OC Heights. Fla. Buy now for this faIL Many to 57 OLDS sedan air cond. $395
SEWING MACHINES choose from. Instant credit. . 61 MERCURY sedan, 6-cyl 55 . $1095

REGULAR 2755.00 : NOW 1473 1964 ZIg Zag, lib new. monogram Gainesville Music Center392s.rn 58 Karmann-GhMJ ,56 OLDS 98 hardtop sedan oir cod; $295
buttonhole sews on buttons. ap. 1823-2S W. Univ. Ave.GIBSON $895 58 HILLMAN . . . . $295
WOODSON VAGABOND 35 HP MER- raw plique edges.fancy Take stitches 4 payment overcasts et Les Paul electric guitar coupe .ea. 59 BUICK hardtop coupe, air ecus. $1195 58 VAUXHALL . *. . ._$150
and amplifier carrying case plug
CURY ELECTRIC STARTING, 14' MURRAY $6.40. Phone 372-2051. In cord and shoulder ..,.... Call

gel: wilk gas heater attached also
REGULAR $1543.00 .NOW IA7J. 154 gaL butane gas tank. Complete Automotive Miller- t.\'Ea r
wit gauges crane. 2 shallow D. O
well pumps.. Inquire, Lewis !, \
Other Specials on DisplayFRANK'S Jewelry Ca.ADDRESSOGRAPH. : I OTOJ1

equipment 1ft. 77 Mobile Homes for Sal I.A Brown IUA" tJU

eluding feeder and 2 faster .. ,
Also Graphotype. card cutter for leader in every way... Service USED USED CARS
MARINE1037'S.MAINST. plates. and five sections e. plate. first atway Federal Quality c... WA..' I
cabinet en caster basis. Phone G. Home 4820 N.W. Utti St. J7i- 1030E. CARS
Maui 473-4911 Keystone Height 5111 Univ. 'Ave.HI .

6-7629 7SJOO Fla. STU .Duotherm oil heater MALL trailer.modern Comfortable aluminum home,Muse forcouple. 2-3512 2001 N.W. 13TH ST. CLOSED SUNDAY FR 67515I

with blower good condition. 825. Fully am N.W.
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; ': I' :: ; 57 Studebaker: 395 24 Check

1 : ,.. 57 Studebaker . 350 21'' MELTON

R' i Station I MOTORS
1 : :. :, = 57 Rambler Wa on 295 18

.- .;'" "',: 1963 BUICK
\ DURING, OUR -f'. ;
/ r .Y_ \ Special 4-door sedan, air.
," >; .'- S4 Ch cure I e t . 17511 Beige with beige interior.

...,.: $24'95J
,::: : 55 Metropolitan 29S 18
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\ Special. 4-door, sedan
-. Radio, heater, air Solid
MOTOR white with blue interior.
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, F' ). ;,:. >. 1132S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433 I 1962 CHEVY
e': F : : Im polo, 4-OOor sedan,
I .;: '.. i radio, heater, automatic
.j .:' : transmission, power steer-
% t =? {_ I ing, .turquoise. with matchI -
Ing entf'ror.1r :
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4 \.,. HAWES POWERS $2095
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r = < MOTOR CO. Wagon, 9 passenger, Quto- /l
4 matic transmission, air,
.. power steering, radio,
\. ; :::. _. SMITTY SEZ. heater,
\ For Only $8.85 Per'Month.Extra Enjoy _Genuine Ford Air Conditioning }' Thele con .re priced to sell this week$2195
end. Come in if you don't like these
; : \ J prices, make us on offer 1961 FALCON

< 4-dr., 18,000 4-door wagon, radio, heat.
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'.,.,:?..H'":, .a\1 > .. 163 VALIANT miles, heater $1595 er, automatIc transmiSSion.

: J I ii '63 CORVAIR :'d '::.idoor$4-speed 1

,. ipI I heater, sharp . . . . 1 S95 196 1
t' : L 4T -door sedan, bluFALCON e with
f.+,..:;>!' ., __ 163 BUICK special 4-door sta. $1795 white top
", ',;. .., l wagon, heater.. $995
,f : ,r I I crown 4- hardtop,
v 63 IMPERIAL dennoor 1960 RAMBLER
.><.i. ti ii" I power power
't-.jt-. : : >< .. ,. \M, I L, brakes. automatic transmission 4-OOor. wagon, utomatic.
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I r s. ;,- ; i iF t 162 CHEVROLET hardtop, super sport, J
I :. :: : ,f : power steering, radio, heater $1995 1960 RAMBLER
f t';, V V c;; $ automatic transmission VB . 4-dOr, sedan. Air, Power
,: 4 ; f: ] 911 steering,radio, heater, c u"i. -
Z.doo automatic ton'ctic transmission. Solid
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s <:: mo.With lion, radio and heater, clean . $1295 $995 I, '

,: ,. ".f., classic 4-door, auto-
r'} >_ "tt 1/3 Down 62 RAMBLER matic trans- $ 1960 BUICK

l DELIVERED IN GAINESVILLE .. .' mission, radio, healer, nice . 1 545 :.;door sedan.. Factory:, air,
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t I''.....,. ,' 0 ,- i ,' keress turqUOise with
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7" I':; ;;' w \ '." ..* -, '. -,-.'.; -.. .., ;... 162 FALCON $925 white top.
'' I FULLY, AIR CONDITIONED FOR..z'" .-:-.. :. ,..1:: ':: :.,.. ,J--.- rea I nice .
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Y $8 85
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V ; matic brakes.
4 ," lion, radio, heater, transmls$1195 1
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transmission. radio. heater, $ top power steering
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'62 .FORD 59 MERCURY ''' ''.S' J" ; 160 CHEVROLET .
59 FORD : .,..: on, 1957 CADILLAC
Fairlane 500 4-dr.. R ,6o.H, 2-dr. hardtop, R & H. PS. Air-! Galaxie 2-dr. V-8. R & H, !:: ,' matic trans, radio, heater, auta$1245 Loaded. 4-door hardtopp
r . Fordomatic: Air-Conditioning. Cond.., automatic, solid white Com., Air-Cond., ,solid block 1r.: Blue, new tires.
a solid white white walls. with whitewalls.. with whitewalls. { .; Crown 4-door, hardtop,
,,, $1695 :.,;: ;: 159 IMPERIAL power steering, power $695
$845' !
V $8'95' -oJ" ": .. brakeS, radio heater

\'t, : ,,, -: 'air conditioning . . . . $995 1957 BUICK
62 FORD '59 OLDS '61 RAMBLER' ; "i-" Convertible automatic
*.? 4-door 500 hardtop. R & H. 4-dr. wagon, R & H PS. automatic. :>.; :' 1 59 PONTIAC Starchef 4-dr. hardtop, transmission radio. heat-
y PS. Corn.: 390 motor solid Air-Cond., 'white & 4-dr.. V-8, heater, automatic ;-';:_- ) power steering, power ere power steering, powerwhite .
with .whitewalls blue, whitewalls. PS. whitewalls. :',?: ,0'. brakes, radio, heater, air condi- brakes. Good condition.LOW

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;. 6% FINANCING 60 FORD 61 CORVAIR sc :l trans- 4 power steer.
.:" "- 4-dr. Electro 225. hardtop. R r" .v-_ ': mission. radio, heater, VII ing, brakes. Runs
& H. PS, PW Pats PB, rOar I one 500 V-SA-eft. R & 2-dr Monza R & Hr Power- J :.:), real nice . .. . . ... $795 good.power
.. V ON ALL NEW Air-Cond., automatic solid H. PS, Air-Cond.., Com, white glide, whitewalls bronze. ./-' ,
,blue. & grey.% ;- :"; (Ford) 2-doar, M95 $495

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Chief.V-8 A/T. Radio.Heater. Wagon.V-8 A/T Air R&H.
"Billy the Kid"Tutee "Smiley" Wood John "Ramrod" Hipp "Buffalo '
Was $995.00 SAVE $350.00 WAS $1395.00 SAVE$200.00 "Curlev"Stanley
SALE PRICE 64500 SALE PRICE m95 '63 BUICK $3485 '63 T-BIRD $3888

Electro 225 convertible auto. A/C. PS, PD. EW ES. Convertible aufomoHc air cond., PS, R & H, loaded.
Biscayne.6 Cyl.A/T.Heater. V-8 A/T.Heater. '62 CORVAIR $1975. '56 CHEVROLET' > $545
WAS$1295.00 SAVE$325.00 WAS $500.00 SAVE $300.00
Monzo 2-dr. cpe. 4-speed, R & H, white safe: walls, black interior. 210 4-Jr. station wagon. V8. Powerglide. R & H.
'61 SIMCA $4784dr. '63 FORD $2435Gal.
.sedan,heater real nice. 500 4-dr.sedan,automatic, PS, R &H,352 engine.
Biseoyne.Dr.V-8.A/T.Heater.P.S.,P.B. 4 Dr.6 Cyl.A/T. R&H.
WAS $2200.00 SAVE$550.00 WAS $1695.00 SAVE $100.00 '63 CORV AIR $2145 "'63 FALCON $13752dr.
NOW $165000 SALE PRICE $159500
) Convertible Monza, automatic, R&H, power top. heater,standard trans.,new spare.

64 CHEVY II 53 CHEVROLETSolid '62 CORV AIR 95 $1645Deluxe 63 CORVAIR $1245
Nova 4 Dr.V-8.A/T Radio Heater. Black.Extra Sharp Car.
WAS$3000.00 SAVE $600.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE .$95.00 Grttnbriar bus 4-speed R&H,white side walls. 700 4-dr. sedan auto., heater white side walls, 2-tone paint.


2 Dr.Sedan.4 Speed.R&H. SS.Heater.
WAS$1400.00 SAVE$300.00 WAS $495.00 SAVE $95.00 1 'til 6 & DOOR PRIZES
lit Prize: 3 day paid vacation to Daytona Beach's Ellinor Village for
you and your family. (Includes lodging, gas to and from
'63 FORD 63 FORD ((500)) FREE REFRESHMENTS plus $25) Cannot be taken until after July 5th.
( '2nd Prize: Set of Recap Tires from Gator Tire
Galoxie 2 Dr.V-8,A/T.P.S..R&H. 2 Dr.HT.Bucket Seats.V-8.A/T.Air. 3rd 'rise: 5 FREE car washes at Linders Car Wash.Service.
WAS$2100.00 SAVE $500.00 WAS $2595.00 SAVE$195.00 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Register at the door-no obligation. Drawing will be held Tuesday,
June 30th at 6 p.m.You do not have to be present to win.
SALE PRICE 160000. SALE PRICE 240000

61 VOLKSWAGENSunroof. 62 CHEV... ETON P.U. '62 RAMBLER $1688Ambassador '57 FORD $375

.Radio Heater.. SS-6 Cyl. 4-dr. sedan V-8, automatic PS, R&H. Automatic R & H,white side wells.
WAS $1295.00 SAVE$250.00 WAS$1295.00 SAVE $245.00
SALE PRICE *1045 SALE PRICE 105000 '58 CHEVROLET! $355BelAir '61 RAMBLER $845

4-dr.sedan 6 cyl.,std.trans.,heater. American 2-dr.sedan.
63 CORVAIRMonza 53 CHEV. i TON P.U.

Cpe.4 Speed.Radio Heater.. Good Transportation. '62 Volkswagen $13452dr. 59 VOLVO $588
WAS$1800.00 SAVE$200.00 WAS $295.00 SAVE $100.00 .
sedan, heater, white side walls. Nice. 2-dr. R&H,4-speed.
SALE PRICE $160000 SALE PRICE $19500

I 62 CHEVROLETStation 62 CORVAIR '62 Volkswagen $1395Sunroof '55 GMC $295

,2-dr.R&H,white side walls. i-ton LWB. pickup truck.
Wagon.SS-V-8.. Heater Monza Cpe.A/T. R&H.
WAS$1750.00 SAVE$250.00 WAS $1695.00 SAVE $100.00 '
61 $1045Custom 48 $175
4-dr. sedan air cond. V-S. R&H. 4-dr. sedan, perfect condition.

WAS$2095.00 SAVE $300.00 WAS $2395.00 SAVE$495.00

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_, : Oak William E. Johnson 7324 he had the sixth month
'' speeding. Hammurabi was a bol'IIn, -; "E1J-
I SE 9th Ave., speeding. John R. Miller.
L Longwood speeding. Melvin Colson. SE I At the HospitalALACHUA ternal-revenue When a ul repeated. An extra roundof
III 7th Ave., worthies check. Cyrus M. Hunter -
: SE 12th St., withholding support. Biter i
: : month
I SEE by.L L Kirby. 3410 SE 20th Ave., worth- leap year was taxes, he decreed, would be

less check. Geet Morris. 314 NE,2nd St., early in the 17th Century B. C., due on the 25th of Ellul IL
drunk. Pete SaPP. 4203 NW 21st Drive GENERAL City; George Rone, Hawthorne
assault and battery.
Cases ,continued: Johnny Cunning! June 21,1964BIRTHS ; Jane Alday Alachua.DISCHARGED i
ham 920 SE Sth Ave., violation of driv
<"i'. er's license restriction. James E. Harris.

: : X.. .the SUN 60S., Waldo Rt.R. 1,Alvarez no Rd-valid speeding.Jr.driver's, three Perry license.charges SmithJr. William of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Wood Ronald Hudson, Myrtle Shcr-I: C Emoq tlrJss.AfJ I

I 1 worthless Mary Arnold checks.51$ NW 7th Ter., worthless ward, 272-15 Schucht Village, a i rer, Joyce Miller, Rosa Mabam-: _

II check. Birkett F. Jordan III, 3433 boy Mr. and Mrs. Hicks 2330 Mattie Hazel J -
; ery, Cannady
COURTHOUSE RECORDS COURT OF RECORD f $15. driver's license revoked. David G. NW 1st Court worthless check. Willie ,
May 22.It Civil Dispositions Springer boat safety violation $25. Richard McGruder. Hawthorne failure to report E. University Ave., a girl; Mr. Warren, Arthur Jacobs, Flor-! INSFOR
DIVORCES STARTED Judge Ira Carter, Presiding I 1. Wilcox Gainesville no driver's accident reckless driving. Larry WayneMoore
Thurow Electronics Inc v. Mrs. V. L, license, $35.Wayne LIve Oak, operating'vehicle with and Mrs. Jones, 217 NE 6th St., ine Rogero, Alex Hunter, Ellen
Larry M. Pope v. Akgul Pope. Ha- Chalfant d-b-a United Sales and Service T. McDonald, Hawthorne speed- out proper license. Noah Wilson, Ala- & BONDS -
Eva Gunter Haveard, v. Lewis 2803 NW 6th St. $250 plus $5 costs. ing $35. Gilbert Manuel Smith' Ocala. chua a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jumpp, Gordon White, Edith C
"eard. Maddox Foundry and Machine Works speeding $35. Alfred Brown Rt. 3, reckless -Plead not guilty trial date set: Bion

Wanda Gay Divorces Beard Finished v. Robert J. Beard. Inc.$226.39 George$4 costs.Dangleman., Sanford$35Jerry without a F. license Brown. New-$25. a Van license.Schouten Billy Newberry.Ray Acklin fishing Lacrosse without Tandy, 286-16 Corry Village, a Fort, Wallace Flods; Dor, 1109 N. Main St.

Doris J. Davis v. Herbert W. Davis. B. *. G. Motor Co. Inc v. James Harry D. Cannon, Jacksonville reckless petit larceny two charges. Lucille Foster girl. othy Jones, Charbine Walters | Phone 37-4582
Joyce M. Fraser v. Frank A. Fraser Proctor Chiefland. Sm. 2 plus $20 J.I driving.'$35. Paul L Copeland. speeding. 320 SW 8th Ave.. disorderly conduct. ,
Jr.Evelyn Gainesville Concrete Block Co.. $35. Willie Lee Davis, drunkenness. $35 James Sheppard 730 NW 6th Ter. beating Willie Roberts, James Daniel-1:
Sule v. Frank Sule. v. Bruce A. Edwards. 613 NW.16th Ave. I IS7 William U Fibben Jr., Athens Ga. speed- board bill.Charges ADMITTEDSimon JOE ROSSANO c- EMORY CROSS
Alton Arthur
joy cason Williams v. Henry 5.19 plus $3 interest and $4 costs. Ing. $35. dismissed: Wayne D. Mar son, Frashier, Evelyn ,
Williams. Maddox Foundry and Machine I Works I Leonard Alfred Duren Stuart speed- chant. Archer no driver's license. lucite Richardson, Mary, Chestnut. I' Representing Leading Life, Fire end Casualty Companies
Malorle Smith Garmon v. Ralph Andrew Inc. v. J. M. Woods Roofing Co. 1nc..1 Ing._ $35. James Erie Harris 605 WaldoRd. G. Smith Newberry no valid driv Jane Woodward, C h a r 1 e s|, U
Garmon. NE 8th Ave. $"83 plus $9 costs. violation of restriction $20. L. C. er's license. Dorothy S. Llnzmayer no
Other Suits Started Helzel CO. v. Ruben Sheppard. Banks 521 NW 6th Place no valid driv address listed disorderly conduct. George, Mary Jones, Bertha
Florida Peanut and Feed Co. V. TomA. $2941 plus S9 costs. er's license $35. Willie Bell Jr.. Jamaica. Marriage License Applications I
Shaw and wife enforce promisory Or, George C. Jones. 211 SW 4th Ave.V. 2.1 reckless driving. $35. Lacy V. Brown. Joseph Richard Adams Tampa, and Lee, Mary Bridge, Worth Town- BIG I Iwe'll
note. W. L. Joseph and wife. 3180 NW Rt. 1, reckless display of firearms Jenny Charlotte Crosby. Gainesville. senf Blanch Bault Logan Dan
Florida Peanut and Feed Co. v. Joe St.. $120 plus $4 costs. I $50. Rufus L Horton. Griffin Ga. George Wade Swicord. Gainesville and SALE
Westmoreland and wife enforce promis- Aetna Finance Co. Inc. v. Tommy Lee without a license. $25. Charlie L Beverly Ann Steele. Gainesville. iels William Holland, Rhoda
lOry note. McBride. coo J. W. Green. 1118 SW 5th Hancock, Jacksonville, $25. William Clark Bottomly/ Gainesville. '
McCoy Manufacturing Co. from v. Willie Ave. S401.53 plus $125 attorneys fee Sentences: John O. Airnger Santa Fe and Rebecca Joan Herndon, Gainesville. Lee Tandy, Natalie Givens, Er- :
Brown & wife. eiectment Lot 21 and $5 costs. speeding, $20 costs and traffic school. Willie Rhodes Alachua and Mary Charles Buchanan.Melrose ,
Subdivision. James Banks Rt. 1. speeding $20 or five Frances ma Haynes;
Duval Heights Aetna Finance Co. Inc. v. J. W. Her Washington Alachua. i
Federal National Mort. Assn. v. Rob- ring. Ocala. $30860 plus $100 arter days. L. V. Barrett 724 NW 6th Ave., Charles Jenkins Newberry and Can- ; Carol Mann, High 1
ert E. Hutchinson and wife. mortgage I ney's fee and $5 costs. Improper driver's license $25 or 10 days. dice Lee Maggard Gainesville.John '
foreclosure.! Aetna Finance Co., Inc. V. Clinton Land William O. Blackwelder Live Oak, reckless Ronald tally, Gainesville and Springs; Thelma Easters, Ala of BEDDING
Citizens Bank of Gainesville v. Ralph: Thelma Boatright Starke $19195 driving $35 or 15 days. Johnny B. Clytee Joan Coleman Avon Park. CrossEXHIBIT
L. Chambers mortgage recosure. plus $65 attorney's fee and $5 costs. Calhoun.* Alachua, speeding. $25 or 10 chua; Ethel Downing at Gate City
Republic Homes Inc. v. Woodrow W Cannon Insurance Agency. Inc. v. days. ... -
Keene. cancel a contract. John L West. Bellevlew $43.79 plus $4 Robert Filer 1612 SE 13th Place. Improper i Ii
In Re Paul Michael Green remove nonage costs. parking $25 or five days. Franklin .
disabilities (granted). Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua County l E. Fance. Melrose speeding, traffic
Other Decisions Sanitary Septic Systems v. Joseph school. Dennis R. Funkhouser Alachua
Charles Beseler Co. v. -Hooper-Mozert Hood. Rt. I. $161.44 and $9 costs. speeding $20 costs and traffic school. 'ee MARY CARTER'S
Corn.. money owed. .. Curtis E. Newsome d-b-a Alachua County Willard Cecil Gaskins. Starke no valid
Lillian Garrity Edwards v. The Life Sanitary Septic Systems v. L J. Stud- driver's license (pleaded. guilty dis-
and Casualty Ins. Co. of Tenn. to enforce still. 737 NW 31st Ave.. $11090 and $9 missed on payment $20 costs). John
payment of life Insurance policy. costs. Goston 1218 NW 6th Place speeding
Arthur G. Brown. v. P. H. Mandell, Paillard Inc. v. Hooper-Mozert $20 cost or 10 days. James W. Green.
Individually and d-b-a Melody Radio TV ,
$44717 plus St.34 Interest and $5 costs. 111S SW Sth Ave. allowing an unauthor
Sales & Service malicious prosecution. Central Builder Supplies of Gainesville ized person to drive. $25 or 10 days.
Midland-Guardian of Tampa Inc. v. Inc. d-b-a L & M Builder Supplies Lonnie Eugene Knight Ocala speedIng 'v
Ralph R. Moody. to recover a trailer $20 five William i r
v. H. Goldman d-b-a K. C. Homes. Ocala'' or days. R. Alvarez It the rw
sold on conditional sales K $135.76 costs. Jr., Orlando worthless check, restitution
plus s
Robert Dixon and Jack Horan d b-a and $20 costs. .
city Old '' John R. tally, 130 SW 5th Ave., speeding NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
Peel Gainesville
Orange v. Bowling'
Hugh Edwards Inc. build dwelling. 1774 ,
$20 or five days. William Miller. 516
Center Inc. SlttSO plus $4 costs. ,
NE 21st Way, 6000. NW 1st St., no valid driver' license
A. D. Womble dbaWomble's Stand-
W. U Freeman repair dwelling. 1054 $25 or 10 Tommie L
days. McGride.
ard 011 Service v. Joe L Murphy, CoO LIVINQ I
SW 11th Ter. $745. .. 617 NW 6th Ave., no valid driver's license -
John L Smith build shed 3510 NW Sunland costs. Training Center. $56. plus $4 $25 or 10 days. I \ 1

20th St. S300. Shaw-Barton. Ine, v. J. M. Wood, Frank Cook McGahagin 504 SW 78th St. OVER 1000 STORES FROM COAST TO COAST
L. J. Marchand. repair dwelling 104 reckless traffic
driving school and $20
Gainesville. $78 77 plus 13.26 Interests
SE 6th St. $200.
osts. Robert H. Pollard Alachua speeding f
and $4
C. A. Collier i addition to dwelling 323 costs.Edwards $20 or five days. Frank P. Starks.
Building Supplies Inc., v
NW 14th St. $1,200
Hawthorne reckless driving $35 15
H. A. Odom. addition to dwelling. 3405N5 Jack U Clark 1210 NW 34th St., $625 days. Alexander Stokes Micanopy or reckless krai
plus $12.20 Interest $154 attorney's fee
Sib Ave., $300.
and driving $25 or 10 days. Edna Earle
$10 costs.
Mrs. W. T. Calaway repair dwelling Strickland. 1630 NW 55th St., no valid i
Sears. Roebuck and Co., v. Haywood
114 NE 12th Ave. $250.
driver's license $25 or five days.
W. and Nancy Willis 115 NE 5th St., at
Mrs R. H. Whitehead remodel
Tommie Lee McBride 716 NW 4lh Ave..
Inc. 123 NW 21st Ter. $600. $100.64 plus $5 costs.Ruddy's beating board bill. restitution and $20 .,i' pay you ,
Inc. v. B. E. and Elaine
Young America Homes build
dwelling costs. Mark
McNish Alachua contribut
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J Texas, Cincinnati Coaches Tops in FieldDarrell (

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Th ) Royal, whose Texas football team went 11-0-0 last horns have a 59-14-3 record in that span and 36-8-2 in pionship. In 1961-62 the 'Cats were 29-2 and again beat the

min year, winning the national college crown and beating Navyin conference play. Texas has won four league titles in the Buckeyes. In 1962-63 Cincinnati reached the finals for a F
wouu-! the Cotton Bowl game Jan. 1, and Ed Jucker, whose last five years.
third straight year and was favored to set an all-time NCAA
was Cincinnati basketball teams captured back-to-back national
tiUo ) crowns in 1962 and 1963, will highlight the annual summer Royal, whose first coaching post was at MississippiState mark for consecutive crowns but was upset in overtime byLoyola 4 ,
in 1954 has 7 27-3 mark for his He coached .
ran coaching clinic here. a career. of Chicago. ,.
to= State two years, went to Washington one season and then
up ReeuGIrII Royal and Jucker will head the three-day Florida Athle- moved to Texas. Defense has been Jucker's trademark at Cincinnati. That i.

tic Coaches Association clinic from Thursday, July 30, and an offense which places a premium on ball control and
through Saturday, Aug. 1. His two-year mark at state was 12-8-0, at Washington, 5- minimizing mistakes. .
# 5-0; and at Texas he took a 1-9-0 team of 1956 to 6-3-1

breast The annual high school football and basketball all-star in 1957, 7-3-0 in 1958, 9-1-0 in 1959, 7-3-0 in 1960, 91-0 in Last year Cincinnati again ranked a a pre-season favoriteto ay v;

JanelSJackie" games on Saturday, Aug. 1, will wind up the clinic. 1961 and 9-0-1 in 1962. be among the nation's best teams. But a series of crippling

injuries wrecked the club by mid-season and it lost
BoY; Royal led the Longhorns to their first perfect season in Royal has gained much success with the "flip-flop" offensehe
the Missouri Valley Conference title for the first time in
the school's 71-year history last fall. His accomplishmentsas devised for the Longhorns. He also has written a book,
stroke the last
..; Texas coach include two consecutive undefeated-in-regu- "Darrell Royal Talks Football." years.

Atkins Pearsa: __u_ Jar -season play, as coach of the year in both the coaches Jucker has been head cage coach of the Bearcats only Royal and Jucker will be assisted by members of ......

1-- DARRELL ROYAL and writers' polls last year. four seasons but has enjoyed tremendous success. His team the University of Florida coaching staff and top state high ED JUCKER

GirJScindivich. :t No. 1 in football Royal has coached at Texas seven years. The Long- went 27-3 in 1960-61 and upst Ohio State for the NCAA cham- school mentors who will be announced later. tops in basketballtwo I



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Boy. -- ORIOLES WIN, 3-1 ..

Plaid freestpowe" BoogPowellRapsThree Hansen Vaults 17 Feet ,

vises :; .

s i Home RunsWASHINGTON ,.era::,A. .

Whita' r r Wins Is
Hayes InjuredBy ;

butt (AP) Boog Bottomley and Vic Wertz. Pow. ,

PaiMo Powell slammed three home ell has 20 in all.

runs Saturday as Baltimore won Milt Pappas of the Orioles al I
its fifth straight by defeat- lowed three 8akx i
hits in
game only seven !
Ja' BOB GREEN ] York. A physician said Hayes minutes off the world mark.
ing Washington 31. innings as he recorded his sixth yya
Powell drove the ball againstthe Associated Press Sports Writer had sustained a slight pull in Limping around the trainer's
triumph in 10 decisions. He left t
tt; Scoreboard in right field in for a pinch hitter in the eighth. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. A&M Star Pulls the upper left hamstring. room with an elastic bandage I

bt the first inning, lined a homer The Senators, who now have ([AP-Fred Hansen, a 23yearold Matson, a 19-year-old who has around his left thigh, Hayes said i i ;

J.:. over the right field fence in the lost five straight, scored in the Rice University graduate, just| finished his freshman yea he might stay out of next week's

.1'. fourth and hit his third over the fifth on Mike Brumley's two-out a rode his fiberglass pole to a at Texas A&M, broke the meet Olympic Trials in New York

\. right-center fence in the ninth. double and Ed Brinkman's sin 17 foot height Saturday, but record for the shot put at 64-11, depending on the condition of ,

b He grounded out in the sixth. gle following a walk to Don BOOG POWELL 'I Olympics sprint hopeful Bob .Hamstring Muscle wiping out the old mark of his pulled muscle.

The outburst gave Powell four Lock: the only one Pappas gave. on home run spree Hayes became a casualty after 63-6% by Gary Gubner. The effort "I felt a slight twinge right at

homers in his last five times at winning the 100-meter dash in 1________ n nn however, was_ well _off_ the the start when I began pulling
bat and seven in five successive the National AAU Track and pending world mark of 66-3V4 by I away," he said. "I knew it was
Field Championships.Hayes competition. In all, six vaulters those of distance runner Pete who finished -
tying record Dallas Long, second -
games, a previously (Summaries on Page 04)a )
shared by Babe Ruth, Jim Cards Use ErrorsTo the 190-pounder from cleared 16-4% while both Han- McArdle and shot putter Randy in this meet.

Florida A&M who ranks as this sen and veteran Dave Tork Matson, set meet records in the McArdle, a bald 34yearoldveteran pull when I glanced back

BALTIMORE alt ,. III WASHINGTON abrhbi country's prime hope of regain- cleared 168. bright sunshine at Rutgers Uni-- from New York, had around 70 yards out and saw

Johnson Brandt cf is 4000 4010 Kennedy Blas'am 3D 2b 4000 4000 ing Olympic sprint supremacy, It was the third time in a versity."I little .difficulty in his excellent someone on my tail. I'm not

Saverine ss 0000 Hinton If 4000 Beat PhilliesST. pulled up lame after winningthe month that Hansen had cleared. felt something pull," said 10,000-meter effort, winning in a used to having someone on my
Powell I If 4333 King rf 3010 tail that far out.
Clmoll If 0000 Skowron Ib 3000 100 in 10.3 seconds. 17 feet or better. He was 17-2 Hayes after winning the 100 me- meet record in 30:11, but almost
Slebern Robinson Ib.3b 4010 401 0 Lock Drum ley cf c' 311 2000 0 Hansen glided over the 17-foot two weeks ago in San Diego, "I felt it for sure with 10

Lau c 301 .ff rlnkman u 3 0) 1 LOUIS (AP) The St. innings and blanked the Philliesthe height with about four inches to Calif. ters.He said he may skip next yards to go and it really pulled

Adalr Kirkland 2b rt 401:3000 0 Hannan Zimmer p pit 1000 100 Louis Cardinals scored four unearned rest of the way on six hits spare after some seven hours ofMarichal His performance, along with week's Olympic Trials at New Mira Stars, just past the finish line when 1
Pappas p 2000 Phillips ph 1000 runs on three errors and for his eighth victory againstsix 1 slowed down and turned away
1i 1000
Orsino Totals ph 33 3 11 Totals p131 whipped the National League- defeats. East Beats from the wall."

altinwr! ,.. .................10* 100 001-3 leading Philadelphia Phillies 9-4 the
Simmons has beaten his former Hayes, only man to run
Washington .................. 010 OOP--1DP Gets 10th Win
Baltimore 1. Washington 1. LOB- Saturday.Lou club 14 of 16 times since com- the 100-yard()( dash in who
i Baltimore 4. Washington 2. Brock broke a 4-4 tie in ing to the Cardinals as a free West 18-15 has done an unofficial 9.9 in the
2B-Slebern. Br\H1'Iley.' HR-Powell 3(20)( the fourth with two-run ,
IP H R ERBBSOPappas inning a agent in 1960. I 100-meter, apparently pulled a

Miller W..,..7-4.........2.7 0:I 0 1 0 1 0 1 3.1, single after Philadelphia's Richie A two-run double by Danny Giants By JACK HAND muscle in his left leg just after
Hannan U 1-* ....5 S 2 2 1 1 Allen bobbled a bunt and Tony Cater and Sievers' two-run sin- Top Dodgers Again Associated Press Sports Writer the finish of the 100-meter()(
Daniels ..........3 1 0 0 0 1
Kline ............1 Z 1 1 0 0 Taylor dropped a throw. I gle gave the Phillies a quick 4-0 I BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP- championship.
T-1S8. A4CS2.Rosewall. Ken Boyer reached first when' lead in the first. But with two George Mira of Miami, Fla., SurroundedHe
Sievers let throw SAN FRANCISCO (AP-Tom points of the leagueleadingPhils. homer over the right field wallin
Roy a get out in their half of the inning, dazzled the West with a brilliant was immediately sur
Wins away to open the fifth inning the Cardinals hammered starter Haller belted two homers for the fourth. second half passing show and rounded by about two dozen officials

and moments later winning Dennis Bennett for four hits anda four runs and Juan Marichal Marichal retired the first ten Haller followed with a longer led the underdog East to an 18- and athletes. He sat down

MILWAUKEE (AP) Ken pitcher Curt SiIpmons singled walk. 'won his 10th game in a 9-1 rout batters, yielded a fourthinningrun belt over the same fence off' 15 comeback victory in the All- for a while, then left the field

Rosewall won the $10,000 Mil- home runs off hard-luck $>ser of Los Angeles that pulled San on two hits and a ground starter and loser Joe. Moeller, American football game. under his own power, though

waukee tennis tournament sin- Rick Wise.Simmons. Bill White's double, the first Francisco into a near-tie for the ball, then gave up only three 47. Mira, voted the most valuable still limping.He .

gles title Saturday by defeating settled down after of his three hits, drove in two I National League lead. hits the rest of the way. The Lanier, Willie Mays, pinch- player in a unanimous vote, hit built up a two-yard early

Pancho Gonzales 6-4, 3-6, 63. the teams traded four-run first runs and singles by Charlie Orlando Cepeda also drove In Dominican right-hander, 10-3, hitter Jesus Alou and Cepeda with nine of 10 passes in the lead, then held off the closing
James and Julian Javier four with homer and sin- struck out eight. consecutive singles for
runs a ripped third period, including five in a rush of Charles Green, a Ne-
brought home the other two. gle as the Giants exploded in A walk to rookie Hal Lanier two runs in the fifth and then row in a 75-yard touchdowndrive. braska freshman unattached
Javier tied the National the fourth and fifth innings for and first baseman Ron Fair- Haller slammed another tower- The march was climaxedby
Yankees 'Walk'To and timed in 104.:
League record for putouts for their third straight victory over ly's error on Duke Snider's ing blast to right off reliever an 11-yard scoring toss to Bernie Rivers, a New Mexico

second PHILADELPHIA basemen ST.with LOUIS 11. the Dodgers and seventh in bounder put two runners on Jim Brewer, this one for three Paul Warfield of Ohio State. University freshman, was third.

abrhbi. abrhbi nine meetings. base for Cepeda's wind-carried runs. After Matt Snell of Ohio State
Taylor 2b 5000 Flood cf 5110 meet, which drew more
5-4 Rolas cf 4110 Brock If 4022 Coupled with Philadelphia'sloss intercepted a pass by Don Trullof than 500 of this '
VictoryNEW Callljon rf 4110 Groat ss 5121 at St. Louis, it moved the Baylor, Mira took the East top
Allen 3b :3110 Boyer 30 4210 athletes, served as a qualifying
Cater If 4132 White Ib 5232 Giants within seven percentageLOS Alaorleague in again, setting up the touch- test for the
Olympic Trials
Sievers Ib 4012 James rf 2111 ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO STANDINGS broken next
Triandos e 4000 Skinner phrf 2000 abr bbl abrhbi down with a fine 31-yard week and as a proving groundfor
YORK (AP-Ed Rakow homer for the Yankees In the
Wine ss 4030 Javierb 4021 Wills ss 4 0 O. Kuenn rf-lf 4010 field Rich Leeson plungedover
walked Tom Tresh with the fourth. Bennett p 0000 McCarver c 3 1 1 0 Parker cf 4110 Lanier 2b 2210 run. the U.S. team that will faceRussia's
Covington ph 0 0 0 0 Simmons p 3112 Griffith 3b 4020 Mays Cf 41 2 0T.Davls for the score.It .
bases loaded and two out in the Bill Freehan belted five sin- Short pr 0000 If 4021 Snider If 2100 the best in Los Angelesnext

10th inning, forcing in the win- gles for Detroit, driving in a run! Wise Amaro p ph 1000 1000 :, Fairly Howard Ib rf 3000 4000 J-Alou Cepeda ph-rf Ib 4224 2111 AMERICAN Won LEAGUE Lest Pet. Behind Tadays Games was Mira fourth again quarter leading East week.

ning run, as the New York in the two-run first and scoringone Gonzalez ph 1 0 0 0 Roseboro C 3 0 0 0 Haller c 4224 Baltimore .... u 25 .631 Detroit (Aguirre 1.3 and Lollch 7-5) at way to a The first two finishers in both
Oliver 2b 3000 Hart 3b 4010 New York (Sheldon 1-0 and Hamilton scored little Sher-
Totals 35 41* 4 Totals 311141 New York ...... 3f 27 .591 m touchdown, by
Yankees nipped Detroit 54 Sat in the two-run third. Don Philadelphia ............ 401 001 0CI04St. Moon Moeller ph p 2000 1 10 0 Marichal Pagan IS 4010 2000 Chicago ...... 31 21 .56f 5 54)Baltimore Lewis Michigan State's 5- Saturday's and Sunday's event
urday. Demeter knocked in a run in L4U ................. 40* 220 IU-fE Totals 32151 Totals p 32 11 fLs Minnesota .... 31 34 .521 (Bunker 7-2) at Washington man will make up the team for the
Angeles .............. 000 10* 000 iSa Cleveland .....33 33 .soo 945xlos (Koch 2.3) foot 9, 155-pound halfback.
Rakow went to a 3-2 count to each of the innings. -Cater. Allen. T. Taylor. Sievers. Francoc __...._.._.. 101 45* MX--* Angeles.. 35 31 .4U 10Va Kansas City (Segul 54) at Los Angeles of Kansas Russian meet. The first six
Rojas. Skinner. DP-SI. Louis 2. Philadelphia Boston ........33 31 .4TI 114"4 Willie Crenshaw
Tresh before walking him, forcing Detroit starter Dennis McLain 1 1. LOB-Philadelphia 4; St. Louis 4,E-Fairly San Francisco Griffith 1. LOB-Los 2. OP-Los Angeles Angeles 4.San Detroit ........31 35 .470 11'1 Latman 2-5) home from the 2 American finishers who have
.. Washington ... 29 44 .307 17 Cleveland (Ramos 4-5 and Donovan 3-4) State plunged
in Bobby Richardson. had to leave the game duringthe Francisco 4. ... at Boston (Monbouquette 2-7 and La- not previously qualified also become
1 2B-Rolas Cater Wine White. Groat. HR-Cepeda (12)). Haller U). S-t.lnler xKams City 26 44 .371 1I'IJ mabe 4-4) for a West score in the second
Tiger pitchers Fred Gladdingand New York rally in the sixth I -Simmons. Brock.IP Marichal. of eligible for next week's
H R ER BB SO IP H R Eit I. SO YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago (Talbot 2-0) at Minnesota (Stig- period and Dennis Claridge
Dick Egan walked the after suffering an apparent rib Bennett ..... 1 4 4 4 1 1 Moeller. L, 4-7 ... 41-J 5 4 5 2 2 New York 5. Detroit 4. 10 innings man 4-4). sneaked over from Olympic Trials in New York.
Wise. U 1-1...... S 7 4 0 1 0 .... Baltimore 3. Washington 1 Nebraska
I Brewer 22-3' 3 3 1 0
bases loaded after two were out. injury on the right side of his Green .._........ 2 3 1 1 0 1 Reed ........w.w... 1 2. 1 0 0 Cleveland 4. Boston 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE the 1 for the final score of the Frank Covelli?, a 27-year-old
Rakow replaced Egan after back. .Simmons. W. 04 10 4 4 2 1 Marichal, W. I -3' S 1 1 0 0 Minnesota S. Chicago 3 Wo. Last Pc?. Behind drafting engineer from Be'
T-2:13. A-11484. T-2:22. A-38410. Kansas City at Los Angeles night- Philadelphia ....41 25 .414 game in the fourth period. flower.
Roger Maris received the third San Francisco .. 43 27 .414 _

pass. 'FISHING PROF' TO WRITE OUTDOORS COLUMN Cincinnati Pittsburgh ........31.35 33 2t .515.567 7 fft with a throw of 2537. Defending
The Yankees rallied for three Chicago ...... 33 32 JO 7V4 Legion Tops I champion Larry Stuart of the
St. Louis ....... 35 3501 0
runs in the sixth inning, tying Los Angeles .... 33 37 .471 10 Southern California Striderswas
Houston ......33 31 ...., 10Vi
the game with the help of Larry Milwaukee ....32 37 .444 10Va sixth at 239.Jones .
Sherry's wild pitch on a third Frank Philpott Joins Sun StaffFrank New York ...... 21 51 jn :3 Starke, 5-0 Defends

strike. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Veteran Hayes Jones success-

Joe Pepitone's single with the Chicago Milwaukee 2. *Houston. New York 1 4 Gainesville Post 16 Amen fully defended in the 110-meter,

bases loaded drove in the first E. Philpott, "The track to Gator coach Percy Association for Health, Physical Philpott has participated in St.Pittsburgh Louis f 4.. Philadelphia Cincinnati 2 4 can Legion baseball team scor- but also disappointed on his

two runs. Tresh, who had sin- Fishing Professor" of the Uni- Beard. Education and Recreationin the organization of local fish- San Francisco 9. Los Angeles 1 ed a 5-0 win over Starke Post time, 13.8. Jones, winner of

gled, stopped at second on Pepi versity of Florida, will join the Philpott has received a BA Florida Arizona atbons, field trips and casting Today's Came 56 last night at Harris Field. scores of indoor titles who has
tone's hit but came home a 'Sun;; sports staff to write the from the UF an MA in education Georgia tournaments. He has been Cincinnati Tsitourls 2-5 and Maloney 5-1) Post 16 was rained out of its announced that he will retire
New York and Michigan. at Pittsburgh (Friend U and Law
minute later as Johnny Blanchard weekly Astream and Afield col- from Teachers Collegeat chairman of the Florida Re- 4 5)Philadelphia game here Friday night with following the Olympics, edged

struck out. Sherry's pitch 'Iran, Sun sports editor Joe Columbia University and a lays fishing contest for 14 years St. Louis((Short Sadeckl 5-1 7.and. and Cwlp Washbwrn 4-5) at Palatka. Blaine Lb.dgren by less than a
hind home plate. Halberstein has announced. Doctor of Education from Nerr n f and has served as director of 34)Houston Gainesville scored twice in yard.

Mickey Mantle hit his 15th I Philpott replaces Glenn York University. .angling instruction x'or the National (Brown 1-7 and Nottebarf 2-7) at ,each of the first two innings "I'm In pitiful condition,**
Chicago (BuM 0-3 and Broglio 37-)
DETROIT alt r h bi NEW YORK ab r k bitump Stokes, research entomologistat Among various honors he ha Boy Scout Jamboree, New York (Sutherland M and Lary .2... and added a final run in the Jones said, explaining that his

76>> S 1 1 0 Lou 3b .4100 the University of Florida. received are the Florida Wile Valley Forge Pa. .Cisco, )-9) at Milwaukee (Blasingam sixth. Wayne Rick hurled the duties as a youth worker in Detroit

Wood Kaltne Ib rf 5010 3210 Mantle Rich'dson d Ib 41 4111* 0 I Philpott, noted sportsman in life Conservation Award, th .. s l Among organizations he has Us Angeles and Lemaster(Drysdal 7-4)104) at San Fran- shutout and limited Starke to have interfered with his

Freehan Demeter e S 4012 1 51 Marls Tresh d rf 4110:3110 the area, has a teaching and Nash Conservation Award ; been connected with, Philpotthas cisc (Herbal .3)Schlitz two hits. He fanned eight. 'training. His victory put him on

Wert 3b S 0 0 0 Pepiton Ib 4012 coaching career that goes backto Program Certificate of Merit served as president of the Pete Roberts had two sin- the team for the Russian meet

Thomas McAuUHe cf ss S':I" 0 1 1 0 Gonzalez Blanchard pr c 0 4010 0 0 0McLabt 1931 when he was track the Florida Association fc j Florida Outdoor Writers Association gles for Post 16 and Dale Tur- for the sixth straight time.

Sherry. p 2000 1000 Boyer Howard ss C 401 0000 0 coach director of physical education Health, Physical EducaUo, ..a.r : Florida Camping Association TopsTrenton lington tripled. Olympic champion Ralph Boston

Brown ph 1000. Daley p 2000 at Gainesville High and Recreation Honor Awan Florida Associationfor Post 16s next game will be successfully defended in the
Stafford p ISIS SchooL. and the New York Team at Fernandina Beach on Wed. broad with of 26-TH
Tatals .19 41. 4 Total at I.' I Universitr Health, Physical Educationand jump a leap
Ptrtt Two out when winning .202 run 000 scored 000 t-4 His 33-year career, includes Founders Day Scholarship Recreation Alacbua County nesday. in the day's only other final

E-None. DP-Detroit 1. LOB-Detroit I coaching of football, basketball Award.At Sportsmen's Association SchUtz won a Softball twin Stark Geia.svIBbrb / abrb There were no major surprises .

II.28-freehan.New York HR-Mantl 7. S-McLata. or track at the UF, Oglethorpe the UF, Philpott has (twice), University of Florida bill from Trenton in Softball play Cole 3b Ib 301:100 Ortpepper If If 31 111AkrMg 1 in the trials for the 400 meter,
IP H R KRBBSOMcLaln I University, International College -taught casting and fishing Club Crosby 3S Olckdahl Ib 30 1 800 meter 400 meter hurdles or
Fishing and Gainesville p
Sherry .............. 51-3 J23Cladding 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 in Turkey, Pensacola, StCloud since such classes first were-of" r > Exchange Club.i at City Park last night. J.Reddish Santortf If d 300 3' 1 Gibson Pavka( u Ib 301 IS 1 the 1,500 meter run. Finals in all

.4. t-1. 2-3' t 1 .GUS and St Petersburg.He fered in 194!. He holds 412 well
rf finals
Roberts in
Egan .........., 0 1 1 an expert i The local team won the opener L Sanford 2b 2 S 0 Gunrnr 300 those events, as as
of the Frtck 200 C
Rakow ..........1 1 0. 1 10 coached the St Pete runners rank in the American Philpott was one 5-2 and took the second game Howell c H 300Hlpp* 2b 301 the 200 meter, hammer, high
Ford .': .3 { : to a state track crown Casting Association. He has .f organizers for the Florida Smith rf 211 Simmons 3b 210 discus 5,000 meter
Daley : ::::. sj-34 0 2 2-1. Lynn Doverspike hurled Comb cf 100Oca jump, run,
Stafford- W, 54 ', 11-3. 0 0 1 1 white, at that school. The ,past conducted tournaments and instructional Family Campers Association. the first victory and Harold d 00 3,000-meter steeplechase, triple
Egan faced 1 Rakow faced
man in lOttii 1
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02 Gainesville Sun Sunday June 28, 196.City's .

Bucs RallyIn : ,' Cubs Stop,

New !

r ; t' Eighth, Favored Santa GlausVictor FarrelPsString

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Defeat Reds t" 2-1

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I PITTSBURGH (AP) -Roberto CHICAGO (AP)-Home runt

Clemente's two-run double In Irish by Billy Cowan and Ron Santo
Theiming \ DerbyBy carried the Chicago Cubs to a
and pinch hitter Manny Mota'stworun I
4 2-1 victory over Houston Saturday
homer in the
eighth inning '
wound) and snapped right-bander
DandyMoney lifted Pittsburgh to a 4-2
Dick Farrell's string of seven
was he victory over Cincinnati Satur-: JOHN FARROW in the month at Epsom Downs. Derby, Santa Claus trailed far I lead. Once on the front end it straight victories.

titionrangin i day. It was the fifth straight Associated Press Sports Writer The race carried the hopes of back during the early part of I was nothing more than a canterto

to :. (and isn't it always) seems to be in the limelight I triumph for the Pirates. I CURRAGH Ireland (AP- millions of people throughoutthe the IH-mile race. Then he started I finished the four finish lengths line,in and front he of Farrell, seeking his his second 11th loss.trIumph

up these days. Recently, sports fans have read of the University Bob Purkey was sailing along world people who had moving through the field of I suffered
ResiJGIT1 Santa Claus the 4-7 favorite, Lionhearted.
His other was a
of Florida getting its share of funds from the Southeastern with four-hit 2-0 lead when the bought Irish Sweepstakes tick- 18 rivals. With threesixteenthsof only
\ proved good as his name
] : Conference ($67,000-plus). And the City of Gaines- Pirates struck in the eighth. Saturday as as he surged to the ets. A ticket on the winner was a mile to go, jockey Willie'. Sunseeker, owned by James 4-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers -

ville announcing a $450,000 expansion program for, recrea- Dick Schofield singled Bill Vir- front with three-sixteenths of a worth $140,000. Burke an Irishman, shct the Cox Brady of Hamilton Farms, May 6.

breasJane tion facilities. don doubled, and both came, mile to and won the third Just as he did in the English,smooth-striding colt into the N.J., was third after being beaten Cowan slammed his 10th

Si First thought is that somebody got the amounts crossed. home on Clemente's ground-rule! running of go the Irish Sweepstakes by Lionhearted in the photo home run in the fifth inning,

i Jackie $450,000 for the Gators and $67,000 for recreation would be double that bounced over the I Derby with the fullthroatedroar for runnerup.The breaking a scoreless duel be-

Boyj along the line of the people hereabouts have been tween Farrell and southpawDick
stroke more taught to think.It way center field wall. I of 60,000 Irishmen ringingin Walks Help Tribe victory carried first prizeof Ellsworth.Bob .

Pear* was just a few days ago that H. Frazier Sheffer, officialof Bill Henry replaced Purkeyand his ears. $149,730 for Santa Claus' joint Aspromonte, however,

Atkins the National Recreation Facilities, Inc., stopped by to got Willie Stargell on a The bay son of Chamossaire- owners 77-year-old Englishman tied it in the seventh with his

lins. introduce himself and talk about the tremendous expansionof grounder before Mota batted for: Aunt Clara stamped himself as John Ismay and the mother seventh homer. Santo led off the

Gir participant sports all over Florida and the nation, too. Jerry Lynch and hit his second' the best 3-year-old thoroughbredin Nip Bosox by 4-2 of the horse's Irish trainer, bottom of the seventh with his

indivBank Sheffer has spent much time of late in Ocala. The good homer to the upper stands in Europe with the addition ofthis lick Rogers. The purse boosted 12th homer deep into the left-

citizens of Marion Co., far, far ahead of Gainesville for more right field. victory to his English Santa Claus' total earnings to center field bleachers.

Bo years than anyone locally would like to remember, apparently Derby triumph scored earlier BOSTON (AP) Cleveland Siebert recording his second Lionhearted, owned by Sir Ellsworth boosted his season

indivlRigga wants to stay in that position. A sports complex is Al McBean, who relieved scored three runs in the first i victory against three losses allowed -Humphrey de Trafford won mark to 10-6 and his lifetime
starter Steve Blass in the eighthwas and Sunseeker, one of
with the of two
inning help record against Houston to 7-1.
in Marion Sheffer'sfirm
discussed the Co. city. hits. He'needed
[ being seriously eight relief -
credited with his third victory the six American-owned horsesin
walks by Boston's Earl Wilson He yielded six hits.
builds 7 UnearnedRuns
8a complexes. from Don McMahon in the
without a defeat. the race earned $19,852. HOUSTON CHICAGO
and held on to defeat the Red ,
Ocala is somewhat unique., The Boston Red Sox
I styleMead you see, eighth when Carl Yastrzemski Crete fourth. abrhbi abrhi
of the American League train their minor. league baseball Blass single runs in Sox 4-2 Saturday. was Llllis 2b 4010 A'lfttano 2b 4001
gave up
tripled and scored on DickStuart's White cf 4010 Stewart ss 4 0 2 1
the fifth and sixth innings. Leo Cost Wilson walked the first two I Dilettante, the second choice Gaines rf 3000 Williams If 4 0 1 C

|Wa114 HugtBo Cardenas led off the fifth witha : batters, Dick Howser and Vic single.CLEVELAND owned by Larry Gelb of New Aspr'nte Bond If 3b 4000Santo3b 4 1 1 1 Banks 1b 3 4111 0 0 I
showed best of the other GabrMson rf 3 0 1 B
York Kasko ss 3010
then BOSTON ,
walk sacrificed to Davalillo, yielded a run- .
was second abrk bi lit r II III Roberts Ib 3000 Cowan cf 3121
and scored on Pete Rose's Mets Game scoring single to Leon Wagner. Howser ss 32lOJones2b 5000 American starters. He was Grate ph 1000 Bertell c 3 ole
frees Davallillo cf 3 1 2 0 Mantila If 5121 sixth. Biscayne, owned by Mrs.J. Bateman c 3020 Ellsworth p 3 0 0 0
I Jam single to center. Frank Robinson Wilson gave up two more runs Wagner If 4111 Y'trze'skl cf 4 1 1 0 Farrell p 2000
Chance rf 1012 Stuart Ib 4021 D. Reid, was 10th; Horse Fox ph 1000
in MILWAUKEE (CAP) when Bob
Allar clouted his 14th homer Chance bounced a Smith pr.rf 3000 Thomas rf 2010 Totals. 321 6 1 Totals 31 2 II

the sixth. Smith's eror led to seven unearned -single off the bag at second into Romano 3000 Malzone 3b 4000 Power, carrying the silks of E. Houston ..................100100 100-1
by AGil Whltfield Ib 4 0 0 0 Bressoud ss 3 0 0 0 Dale Shaffer, head of the Detroit Chicas .................. 000 Oil IDx-.:
runs in the second inning center field. Francona Ib 0 0 0 0 Tillman c 4010
t CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH Moran 3b 4000 Wilson p 0000 Race Track, 14th; R. N. E-Santo. BertelL DP-Chicago 1. LOB
___ abrhM abrhbiab that carried Milwaukee to Wilson then walked John Romano Brown 2b 3000 Heffner p 3010 -Houston 6. Chicago 5.
[ freeSAtkli r h bi Schofield ss 4110 the New Siebert p 3000 Nixon ph 0000 Webster's Ominous of New Aspromonte (7) Cowan (10) Santo
Rose 2b 4OdlVIrdont 4110 a 9-6 triumph over before leaving for reliever Melias pr 0000 (12). SB-Caines.
[ Harper If 3000 Clemente rf 3 1 2 2 York Mets Saturday.A : Totals 31403 Totals 34202 York, 16th, and Mrs. M. E. Tippett's K.SKO.H R ? ? ?
Ba teams in Ocala now. There Is a fine setup for Boston. Both Pinson cf 4000 Stargell Ib 3000 Bob Heffner. King Paddy, 17th. Farrelt L, 10-2 7 7 2 2 0 1
Keough cf 0000 Lynch If 3010 Woodeshlck 1 1 0 0 0 1
I freesIPowi the city and the AL club have put much time and money Coleman Robinson Ib 4010 4111FrHs3b Mota ph-If 4000 1112 two-run homer by Hank Heffner sparkled in his relief Cleveland.................... .300 100 tot 000 ei 010--4Boston S Ellsworth. W. 10-6' 6 1 1 2 0POBotemon.

into making the spring training base a good one. Edwards c 40 1 OMazer'skI2b4O 10 Aaron and a three-run double ole, surrendering only three Tillman. DP-Boston 1. LOB-Cleveland T-2:06. A-l0,732.
Plan Now, Ocala, armed with the knowledge that the Red Sox Cardenas ss 3010-BIaSSP 3 1 0 0 Pagliaroni c 2000Purkey 3 0 1 0 by Denis Menke powered the hits before retiring after the 3. Boston 9. Joins
Boros 3b 2B-Davalillo, Thomas. 3B-Yastnenv
I vis. going to shift the major league. team from Arizona backto p 2000 Bailey ph 1000 assault on starter Carl Willey eighth. He allowed a double to skL HR-Mantllla U). SB-Wagner, How I Banks Wins

G the Sunshine State, wants to get on the ground floor withan Queen Totals ph 322S2 1000 Totals 22404 and Al Jackson. avahllo in the second then retired -ser Davalillo. IP HUE* BBSO John

strcI expansion plan that could bring a major league team into Cincinnati ..OOP 000 000 Oil 04x-4 000-2 the next 16 batters. Bower McMahon Siebert. W. 2-3......... 723 11003 I 0 2 0 2 0 3 1 2 0 Christopher 'Chris' Patrick, formerly I TURIN, Italy (AP-Sylvestei)

the northern half of the state in the spring. Pittsburgh Rice Carty also hit a homerun broke the spell with a singlein Wilson. U 7-3 .... 0 2 3 3 3 0 athletic trainer at Fur- Banks, a light heavyweightfrom
I WgiWh E_Schofield. DP Pittsburgh 1. LOB- for the Braves in the Heffner ........ 0 3 1 0 0 5 hiredto I
!\ Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 6. the eighth. Earley......... 1 0 0 0 0 2 man University, has St. Louis, outpointed Argentinas1 .

G Get the Pitch Straight .Pagliaroni.HR-Robinson. Lynch.(14); Virdon.Mota (2)Clemente. SIP -- seventh after Ron Hunt connected Rookie right.hander Sonny WP Wilson-Siebert.faced T 5-men 2.47.In A-1st.7.352. serve as a full-time assistant Jose Menno in an
Purkey. in the Mets half of the athletic trainer at Florida
bout night.
I H R ER B8 SO eight.round Friday j
butt Don't go jumping to conclusions. This is not going to bea Purkey. L. 3-S .....7 7 3 3 2 1 inning. I State. Athletic director Vaughn The American finished strong \

Par pitch today for a similar move in Gainesville. This corner Seans7, .::::::::::..1 7 7 1 i J S J Hank Fischer received credit Allison Mancha of Florida State, who to overcome the early lead ol
iMoI McBeafl W. :3-0...2 1 00 0 for the victory, only the Killebrew
J'J is wholeheartedly in agreement with the plan to spreadout PB-Edwards. T-2:15. A-8,460. made the announcement this the aggressive Argentine.
I the $450,000 for parks, family-type recreation facilities, second for the Braves in their week, said Patrick will assume Banks weighed 175 pounds \

:24 last 11 games. his duties here in July. Menno 177.

I etc.After all, those with good memories will recall that Gainesville 'Topless'Suits He had an 8-2 lead after the ... \

Ibulja i had its golden opportunity several years ago. That was big> second inning, but gave HR Twins to WinST.

: when the New York Yankees had George Weiss still as general Not way to Chi Chi Olivo in the LAWN IRRIGATION :

1:23 manager. Weiss today does the same job for the New York sixth. When Olivo failed to

( Mets. For Dawn stem the tide, Bob Tiefenauer PAULMINNEAPOLISAP home a run in the sixth. ,

b t The proposal then was that the Yanks needed a place to came in and blanked the Metsin ( ) Harmon Killebrew and Minnesota narrowed it to 3-2 SYSTEMSCUSTOM

tt put several, if not all, of their farm clubs. Gainesville, as ADELAIDE, Australia (AP- the last 2 2-3 innings. Bob Allison smashed successive in the sixth but Wilhelm cameon

t its share, needed only to construct a clubhouse, cost of about "If topless bathing suits ever Smith fumbled Gene Oliver's home runs off reliever Hoyt to prevent further damage' DESIGNED FOR YOUR LAWN

: $25,000, and the Yanks would work from there even thoughthe become really popular I shall grounder with one out in the Wilhelm in the seventh inning, by the Twins. He got out of a\ I

Harris Field facilities were far from A-l-OK. The city not be swimming in them," said second.; Carty then wal ked, lifting Minnesota to a 5-3 victory bases-loaded, one-out jam with TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS AND YOUR I

fathers turned the proposition down, it was reported, be- Dawn Fraser Saturday. "I think Frank Belling singled, and aft- over the Chicago White only one run scoring on Don I I

cause the clubhouse would have been used by both white it's all too cold blooded." er Fischer sacrificed, an intentional Sox Saturday. Mincher's infield single. BUDGET BY A SPECIALISTFor f.

3 3It and Negro players. Of course, they also said they didn't pass to Eddie Math- Killebrew's 26th homer of the Jim Kaat, who weathers
have the money. The Australian Olympic I ews filled the bases. Menke aboard troubles largely of his own best performance and efficiency have available (

Giving them the benefit of the doubt, one can see how champion and holder of several came through with a bases season with Tony Oliva making, went the distance for Buckner, Champion,_ Thompson and Rainbird. \

the thinking often goes around here when looking toward the world records in freestyle swim clearing double, before Aaron shoved the Twins into a 4.3 his eighth victory against three I Flush Pop-up, or Impulse Type Sprinkler Heods. (
Allison followed with his
future is concerned. Another city would have scraped up the ming added: sent Willey away with his 10th lead. defeats. Two walks and an error, FULLY GUARANTEED '
19th homer to chase Wilhelm. I
somehow Clearwater is home run. Jackson gave up the cost him in the third and I
( money, some way. Today, makinga it has been a run ,
"I know proved had led 31 after ; '
feverish bid to get the Philadelphia Phillies to bring all that people swim faster in the final run of the wild sessionon CHICAGO Chicago MINNESOTA a balk got the Chicago run in Call Sudden Service Oil Co.

3 their farm clubs to that city along with the parent club. The nude. As a matter of fact two walks, Joe Torre's single abrhbi abrhbiBuford scoring position in the fourth.I I I
my and a passed ball. 2b A 0 2 Versalles ss 5010 FR 6-4404
big Phils have trained in Clearwater for some time and have fastest 25 yards ever was swum NEW YORK Robinson If 5 0 1 Klndsll 2b 5000 Jimme Hall's double produced -:
wonderful facilities. Still the officials in Clearwater having ; MILWAUKEE Landis cf 5011 Oliva rf 3220 I
iI city in the nude in a private pool. abrhbi abrhbi Ward 3b 5000 Killebrew If 3 2 1 2 a Twins run in the fourth.:
Kran'pool ID 4 1 2 0 Mathews 3b 4 2 2 0
their share of tourist dollars for
gotten so many years Women officials clocked my Hunt 2b 5231 Menke ss 3 1 1 :3 Hansen ss 4 22 Allison Ib 3 1 3 1t4'shb"ger
from baseball followers, know that only good can come from Altman If 5012 Aaron rf 512 3 rf 4 0 1 1 Hall cf 401'10lt
McCraw Ib 4011 Rollins 3b '"" '
race. ChrVpher3 0 21 !
Maya If 410 .
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more traffic. Elliott rf 4000 Torre c 4010 M'Nertney ell 0 0 Zlm'mnan c 2 0 0 0 (. -" : ; ; .:< ;. 'J;'
Smith Martin c 1000 Mincher ph 1 0 1 1 : .". ..,{. u '
ss 4110 Oliver Ib 311 0 : : ... ,
V "If they're going to use top- Gonder c 1010 Carty If 221 1 Buzhardt P 3000 Henry c 1000 :" '<" ':W "t. ;t. '.4 '; ; .w<=..f ..::;. :.w. / '; ",..1'
Reward for Fine PeopleSo less suits why not start with I Taylor c 3000 Boiling 2b 411 1 Minoso ph 1000 Kaat p 4000 fi": :;r ) ; -
a ,
Samuel 3b 3111 Fischer p 200 0 Totals 3733 Totals 32 S 10 5 1)f ,;, ; ; # z:
kiddies? Let kiddies in even Step'n ph-3b 1000 Tiefenauer P I 0 0 0 .. .
Chicago .. 001 id r.l6-J W' < '':''''' .. ,
Willey 1000 > '''''''d : : :::' {L. ....
Gainesville muffed its knock on the door and let's for older ages wear them and then Jackson p p 2120 Minnesota OOP 111 3OX-1 ;:7 : : ,, :: h ,;i : -v'wL .. >
!;: ; 3J.--- 6 .
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get it. Let's look ahead to the fact that of the hard would be able Hkkman ph 1 0 00 E-V rsalles 2. DP-Chicago 2. LOB- ; .
teenagers gradually
many Totals 37 6 I] 5 Totals 32 t f I Chicago 10 Minnesota .. .f :: :4p 71GOIN'
est-working people in Gainesville are going to get chance. to wear them without too New York: ................ 200 112 100-4 Hershberger.. Allison Hall. 1-4R- r'f "} ; -": ;' : "
thanks to the modernization of parks and recreation raised Milwaukee ................ .7l ooo IOx-t Killebrew 26. Allison 19. : 11,
program many eyebrows. IP H R ERRISO "'('f ::, ; "b!;::
facilities under the $450,000 to do their tremendous work with E-Smith, Carty. DP-Milwaukee :X Buzhardt 5 6 2 2 4 5 :' :
LOB-New York 6. Milwaukee 7. Wilhelm, LOS.. 1 1-3 3 3 3 2 0 i;. ;r" ;
Miss Fraser winner of the t.. .
the tools they need. 2B-Menke. HR-Hunt (3). Aaron (10), Mossl 2-310003 < Olympic 100-meter freestyle Carty (6). S-Flscher. Fisher .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 !I".j"/ '';' -
This writer long has harbored admiration for the sum- IP H R ERBBSO Kaat W. *-3 9 I 3 2 3 5 >
gold medals in 1956 and 1960 Willey. L. 0-2 .... 12.3. 6 0 2 0 hiJ
Buzhardt faced 2 men In 6th.
mer recreation used towork with almost -
program people. They Jackson ........ 51-3 5 3 2 5 2 Balk-Kilt. T&2:5I. A-1'A33. FISHIN'7 f
nothing and what little they did have they built them has been training for two Hunter ...h.... 1 0 0 0 0 1 /
Fischer W. M .. 51 3 f 5 4 2 2
selves or begged, borrowed or scavenged.And months since her recovery froma Olivo ........... 1 3 1 1 0 0
neck injury in a car accidentthat Tiefenauer .... 2 2.3' 0 0 0 1 I ,
the summer program in Gainesville doesn't have to PB-Gonder. T-2:53.Dave A-I.3" ,I." *

take a back seat to anyone's. In the past 10 years it has killed her mother. ,

grown from a bare minimum, or so it seemed, of youth "If I find that I have not fully Powers SUWANNEEIUVERCAMPSITES F Read:

baseball to the present all-encompassing scope of weightlifting recovered from the accident by

basketball, track, baseball, Softball, volleyball, badminton the end of July I shall withdraw High on 596 I FLORIDA'S MOST COMPLETE ii .
from the Olympic team she ,
skating table tennis and many, many more. ,

It doesn't hurt to be realistic. Professional baseball is dead said. If I continue, I shall not Dave Powers paced the kilN FT.t nS2tBOM /

and buried for Gainesville. The city's future in that respectis be interested in breaking records Sperry Mixed Doubles Leagueat OUTDOOR PAGE. .; .
for a rookie league or college summer league team. Either just in winning." Palm Lanes with a 596 on SIIBOBTIIAdmauif V ./tl

could get by with the present Harris Field, entailing no out 182-201-213. S. Scott had a 582. Samanoo tner State Pact ,
lay of new money. U.i 90-12 aiiles west of Uve Oak. Fla. No other single paper has all of these features:
June Underwood led the women Two aorta Vt aule. west ot Suwsaacs
By the same token, there's breath in the recreation pro- with 497. River Bridie sad follow. sips) Hal
Sportsman's Digest by Sharp
Let's it 111AJOR COHatTE lOAf tUt. sacs Ala _--- ,, t
gram. give a great new life for tomorrow. Frank Palka had a 235 high ion fAHIM AIU ON THE _, ": '

LEAGUE single game for men and SBWAJOtie MinAiim FOR ilL OF nus.EIQEIT OWHEtS.awrrr Solunar Tables by John Alden Knight ?_. :> .. ;j '

Myrtice Gay's 176 led the wom BOOOU TNtOOCNOaT. Fishing TidesOutofdoor ..: -- : "
Palmer LEADERS en. Jensen-Powers team had a Maps ft conplete ormatiM at aatraact. -Zr#? '] ;7 C.S .
Owner an property oa Suidtys WrIte"; Photos i
.. 4' 2449 set and an 840 high game. SUWANNEE tlVU CAMfSITCS l' 1-5

BASEBALL'S TOP TEN Splits were made by Frances 712 Ainsler Bltf|.Miami 32.Flentfe Fishing and hunting column .... ... 'rt:;
Br The Associated Press Palka, 5-7; Lars Sandstrom, 3- ...

Tied at ClevelandBy Leading Net inciwdinfl Batsmen Setvrtfays Based Kansas e* ISO City-Los at bats 7-10; and Ray Davis, 6710. Numerous feature articles on :F: :;..JJ! ., .,

Anteles Might lameAMERICAN \ .
X"e .
LEAGUE outdoor subjectsThe :
Ptayw'CIub G AB R H Pd. "
FRITZ HOWELL Oliva Min ............. 70 2f5 52 t? JM .:'\ e '
ting over the green on. No. 14, Allison Min .......... 47 248 53 M JOS I
he Robinson Bal......... ,* as* 3t 03 jcu ; "
Associated Press Sports Writer three-putted for a double Fregosi LA ........... 50 14 35 40 J23 outdoors shopper also can =,,, : ,
bogey six and was one stroke Hinton Was ........... 70 277 3* M Jl* +, ""' .;
CLEVELAND (AP) Jack Mantle Ny........... 57 17* 32 56 .313 f\
Nicklaus shot a 69 Saturday to behind the par-shooting Nick Causey KC ........... 2M 36 13 JiBressoud ) find what he wants to buy ,,,;. ; \,
laus. Bsn ......... 70 260 103.306 jZ.iiA
tie Arnold Palmer for the third Freehan Det .......... 55 in 2S 60.306 A'k 'I"
They were even again at No. TUIman Bill .......... 5195 21 5' JOS on the same page. ,
round lead in the $100,000 Cleveland HOME RUNS
Open Golf Tournamentwith 15 when Nicklaus drove over the KDtobrew. Minnesota 261 Powell. Bait
short green and failed to reach more. 20; AJIISO.X Minnesota n; Coia- S
54-hole scores of 202, 11 vito. Kansas City 14; Wagner. Cleveland. ;
under the putting surface in two 15; Hall. Minnesota IS; Mantle, New I t -:
par. York 15. ; .1<< '
strokes. r--
They both birdied the RUNS BATTED IN : READ THE OUTDOOR PAGE ,
The two held a three-stroke long 16th and the two closing Killebrew Minnesota. $7; Stuart. Boston.S4 4 -"
; Wagner Cleveland. 53; Powell Ban.- w.f
edge over their nearest com holes to wind up the 54 holes more <'; Colavito.PITCHING Kansas City. 44, : EACH THURSDAY I IN THET' .ItJJt

petitors. all square. Seses Ded.... y- ; !.
Deadlocked in third Ford. New York. 10-1. .tOf; Kralick ;; i.# ,.
Nicklaus and Palmer stageda place Cleveland. .-?. .JOO Bunker Baltimore S __ \S -
battle with 203 totals were Billy Casper -7-2. .771; Newman. Los Angeles 6-2. ,750; .
see-saw as they playedin Peters. Chicago. ..3. -7Z7 Kaat Minnesota $ $ /
the same threesome for the Tony Lema, Gary Player -x .>>7, .,- .. M'
Don Fairfield! NATiONAL LEAGUE ( -
and R. H. Sikes
first time this year. Player lwb O Aa R H Pet
Jr., the 1961-S2 National Public William Chi ........ 6S 234 44 f2.3St
Ctemente Pgh ........ U 24 44 f i JJ
They halved the first six Links champion appearing in Mays SF .............. 25* 61 I* J44 J 1IS
holes, Nicklaus getting a par his first PGA tournament as aprofessional. Hunt NY ..............47 24* 34 00 J21
Torre Mil ............. 45 265 31 77.311
with a 35-foot putt on the third Stargell Pgh ......... 4. ISO 27 S* JlCepeda VERTICAL PLEASURE!
SF ........... 55 204 32 a.Of
hole and missing a twofooteron Tied at 206 were Don Jan Allen Phi ..._........ 44 23* 4S 7t J04 You'll never find yourself lounging with a Vespa at I
the fourth. He sank a two- uary, Terry' Dill and Rover $t\. ............. 70 247 =- M JOB
Flocd SO. ..... :....... 70232344.23 the curb. Sleek. swift, and stylish .. this great
foot birdie putt on the seventhto Bayer. Bracketed at 207 were Banks Chi ,?....... ,- 44 2<2 27 72 JT of the entire trans
Fred Santo Chi .__ _-._. ". 44 230 44 71 J90 scooter comes with a guarantee C&aittesvi1le .iun'ii I
Both Marti
go only one Rex Baxter Jr. HOME RUNS mission system for the life.of the scooter. Now,
birdied the eighth, Palmer witha and Al Geiberger, who led open- Mays San Francisco. 22 WQbams. Chi- unbe-
cago. III Howard. Los Angeles 171 Allen. six models to choose from, priced from an _
20-foot putt and Nicklaus from ing day with a 64. Philadelphia. 15; Robinson. Cincinnati. 14. lievably low $269.*
12 feet Dan Sikes and Bruce RUNS BATTED INMays
Devlin San Francisco. 53j Boyer. St.
Palmer went two strokes who had the day's best round of Lewis. 53; Santo. Chicago. 44; StargePittsburgh.
45; Banks. 0 CISI00 42; W8Hams. -
ahead with a four-foot birdie 67, were tied at 208 with Mason Chicago. 42; Torre. Milwaukee Streit's.Bicycle Shop

putt on No. 12 and then disaster Rudolph Miller Barber,.Johnny Ci Allen Philadelphia.PITCHINGSevea 42.

struck. He thi -putted No. 13 Bulla and Ed Griffiths, the latter _DOCJSMMFarrelt 615 W. UNIVER. AVE. PH. FR 6-7761 (:
.133 : i
Houston 12. Burning :
from 40 feet for a bogey.' After a former Ohio Open champion -PPilLadet La. 7-2 .771 Mahatfey. Philadelphia. I ,. .E.,his mtet ntJ.tjnsaa4
driving into the rough and hit-, who does not play the tour. 7 2. .771 Markhal. San Fran- t w e nsts !------
ctaco. 104. Jt"l Buhl Chicago." 0-3 .727.

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r!. Annual Novice Meet Race Dandy VictorCHICAGO K NFL Teams On Trade Spree,

Tests 300 Club Swimmers '64 Total '63NEW

(AP-Dandy) K., a Surpasses

4-1 shot, upset heavily favored
The third annual novice swim. :49.6 42.2 Roman Brother in a stretch -

I ming meet of the 300 Club Boys 10 and under 50 yard Boys 11 and 12 50 .; yard backstroke drive Saturday to win the $115,. YORK (AP-Led by have made five each, includingone six. The Redskins bave added

wound up yesterday. The meet butterflyRicky Walker, Steve Fred Rothwell Jimmy 000 Chicagoan by about 2* the Philadelphia Eagles, Wash- between themselves. The eight new players and dealt off

} was held two days with competition -Pate. :55.1Girls Brown, Billy Woodburry. lengths over the Harbor View ington Redskins and the champion Bears, who defeated the New four. The Bears picked up two

spread over age groups 8 and under 25 yard :41.2 Farm's ace at Arlington Park. Chicago Bears the York Giants in the championship and disposed of five. In addition.. ,

l ranging from eight and under backstroke Jackie walker. Girls. 13 and 14100-yard back. National Football League already game last December, have the Bears have ricr d i'" o

up to 14 years of age. :30.6 stroke Judy Banks. 1:20.1 Dandy K., a 3-year-old chest has made more trades been the Western Conference's and disposed of five. In addition,

Results: Boys, 8 and under 25 yard Boys 11 and 12 200 yard individual nut colt owned and bred in Ken- this year than they completed in busiest trading team, with lour. the Bears have picked up two

Saturday backstroke Joe Simmons, medley David tucky by Cecil Carmine of Lexington 4 all of last year. The Eagles have acquired 13 future draft choices while the

Girls, 8 and under 25-yard Bobby Atkins, Jerry Bevis. Broyles. 4:08.6 came from out of the By the end of June, 1963 the new players and traded a I Redskins have traded away

) breaststroke Pam Meaden, :26.2 Girls 13 and 14 200 -yard individual pack as Roman Brother captured \1l NFL was involved in a six. The Redskins have trades (sb7)ad four.

V Jane Stainsby, Nola Jan Davis, Girls, 10 and under 50-yard medley Janet Brown. the lead in the turn for 4rt 4Ir V ers. Since the finish of the '63 X NEW x x tour.YORK -add NFL

home. season the league has had 15 1. Receiver Buddy Dial from Plttvburgh S-A-V-E
Jackie Walker. :23.2 backstroke Mary Vincent, 3:03.3 .to Dallas for draft negotiation

I I Boys, 8 and under breast. Barbara Stainsby. :43.4 Boys 13 and 14 200-yard individual Under urging by jockey Don MAX ALVIS trades involving 33 players. Texas.rights to rookie tackle Scott Appleton.

strokeJames Powell Mark Boys, 10 and under 50yard medley Ricky Plank, Brumfield, Dandy K. raced seriously ill Philadelphia and Washington to 2.Los Center Angeles Ken for Iman player from to Green be IMW-I.Bay \\WA

I Pearson, Joe Simmons, Bobby backstroke Scott Powell, David Knight. 2:55.5 neck and neck with the 4-5 3. Fullback J. W. Lockett from Baltimore -

Atkins Bevis Allen Col- Jimm Howze John Bevis. :54.5 Girls 11 and 12 () freestyle to Washington for a draft choice.
Jerry 50-yard favorite before gradually 4. Defensive tackle Dick Modzelewskl
tas. :24.3Girls Friday Nancy Thayer, Pam up a gap which was expanded Alvis Improves from Bobby New Cresplno.York to Cleveland for receiver SPECIAL LOW PRICEon

10 and under 100 -yard Girls, 11 and 12 100- yard Lucas. :37.2 at the wire. 5. Flanker Tommy McDonald from
Philadelphia to Dallas for defensive
individual medley Jenny Banks Lou- 11 and 12 free- famous
1 freestyle Judy Boys 50-yard tackle John Myers center-guard Lynn

Banks Barbara Stainsby. 1:28.2: Ann Simmons. 1:11.8 style Fred Rothwell, David Cap Size was third in the field i Hoyem'. Quarterback and kicker Norman Sam Baker.Snead and defensive PittsburghSUNPROOF

h Boys 10 and under 100 -yard Boys 11 and 12, 00 yard Broyles, Ronnie Plank. :33.6 of 11 and National finished Has MeningitisHe to back Philadelphia Claude Crabb for from quarterback Washington -

Individual medley Jenny freestyle Fred Rothwell, Boys 13 and 14 100-yard free- fourth. Sonny Jurgensen and defensive back Jim-

Riggan Rickey Walker. 1:37.5 Mike Walker, Ronny Plank. style David Knight, Rickey The winner returned $11 $3.60, my 7. Carr.Guard Palmer Pyle from Baltimoreto

8 and under 25 -yard freestyle 1:15.5. Plank. 1:07.0 and; $2.80 to backers in a crowdof By EDWARD J. TUNSTALL said Alvis "is a pretty breaker.Minnesota for linebacker Steve Stone-

1 -, Jane Stainsby, Pam Girls, 112 and 12 50 yard butterfly Girls 11 and 12 50yard Associated Press Sports Writer sick boy" but that he believesthe I. Linebacker Sam Huff and rookie defensive FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY
23,855. Time for the IV. miles lineman George Seats: Missouri
4, Meaden, Karen Moore, Jackie LouAnn Simmons Pam breaststroke Nancy Thayer, was 1:43.Roman. BOSTON' (AP)-Doctors reported disease was arrested just in from New York to Washington for defensive
Walker Barbara Costa, Mary Cleveland third time. end Adny Stynchula. offensive
1 Lucas. 40.5 Judy Banks. :47.0 today halfback Dick James and a draft choice.

Hughlett. :20.5 Boys, 11 and 12 50 yard butterfly Boys, 11 and 12 50-yard breast- Brother paid $2.60 and baseman Max Alvis had a good Alvis was taken to Sancta Philadelphia,. Offensive to tackle Detroit J. D.for Smith defensive from''

I Boys ,8 and under 25-yard David Broyles. :53.9 stroke Jim Brown, Mike '$2.20. Cap Size was $3 to show. night and is showing improvement Maria Hospital in Cambridgelate tackle Floyd Peters and fullback OiltsMatson. $5aA8

freestyle Mark Pearson, Girls, 13 and 14, 100-yard but Walker, John Atkins Ronny after being stricken with Friday when he complained 10. Rookie offensive halfback Dick

James Powell, Joe: Simmons, terflyJanet Brown. 1:21.4 Plank. :41.2 Orlando Site spinal meningitis. I of a high temperature and Drummond to Washington George Washington for a draft from choke.Chicago -

1 Allan Collins Jerry Bevis Bobby Girls, 11 and 12 50 yard Girls 13 and 14 100yard Dr. Thomas Tierney, team stiffness in his neck. It was dur. II. Center Jim Ringo and running back
t Atkins. :17.5 I physical for the Boston Red ing the sixth inning of the Earl Gros from Green Bs? to "hl'a-
backstroke LouAnn Simmons, breaststroke Rickey Plank, game detphla for linebacker Lee Roy Caffeyand

Girls 10 and under 25 -yard Nancy Thayer, Pamela Lucas. David Knight. 1:29.0 For PlayoffKANSAS Sox, said Alvis was more com-I against the Red Sox that Cleve- 12. a Offensive draft choice.halfback Ted Dean and I REG.

freestyle Ann Taylor, Ainslie I fortable this morning and had land's acting manager, George the rights to quarterback Bob Berry I

I Atkins, Kathi Neufeld. :54.0 CITY (AP) The less pain. The disease is accompanied -Strickland, learned of the seriousness -Oregon for defensive from end Philadelphia Don Hultz to flanker Minnesota Ray I $795

Boys 10 and under 25 yard Boxes National Collegiate Athletic As- by headaches and neck of Alvis' condition. son Poage and and Terry defensive Kosens.backs Chuck Lam-I

freestyle Ricky Walker, Scott Friday AL sociation announced Saturday a pain. Doctors ruled out the possibility 13. Offensive end Anaelo Cola and de,
fensive tackle Fred Williams from Chicago \: .
Dr. said the ailment of for the Cleveland
I Powell Wilson Riggan. Robbie Tierney a quarantine to Washington for a draft '
David White John Be- I two-year agreement with the should run its course in threeor team. But sulfa tablets, 14. Defensive end Maury ct\oice.I' PHONE
Plank Chicago to Dallas for offensive
Twilight Game Night Game Tangerine Bowl to hold the .Atlantic : four weeks but that it is dificult which have been successful in Barnes. FR
vis. :38.2Girls KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES CHICAGO MINNESOTA 15. Offensive end Rich KreltHna from I
.( 10 and under breast- abrhM abrfcMCausey abrhbi abrhbi Coast College division to predict how long it will combatting the disease, were Cleveland to Chicago for rookie defensive 2-4361
ss 4010 Green cf 4010 McCraw Ib 421 Versalles ss 4 0 1 0 take for complete recovery. ordered for the Indians. I. halfback Lowell Caylor Miami of Ohio.
stroke Andy DeGrove, Wilson Williams 2b 4 0 0 0 Power Ib .02. Buford 2b 5 1 2 Rollins 3b 5000 football championship at Orlando and two draft choices. .
Wels 2b 1000 OlIve rf 4121
Charles 3b 4010 Fregosl ss 3001
f Riggan, Scott Powell David Coil vito rf 3010 Smith rf 3010 Robinson rf 3 2 1 1 Killebrew If 2 1 1 1 Fin.Dates .

White, Stephen Klein. :52.3 Alusik If 4000 Rodgers c 3110 Ward Stephens 35 IT Sll3Haiicf 1000 Allison Ib 4221 4000 CONSERVATION OUTLAY
Bryan c 4000 Klrkpatr'k If 2 0 0 0 Defends
Girls 8 and under 25yard Joseph Ib 3020 Satriano 3b 3000 Nlch'i'nph-lfIOOOKIndail 2b 4010 for the games are Dec. McCOYBUILDING

( butterfly Jane Stalnsby and Jimenez Mathews ph cf 3O1OBeIInskyp 1 0 0 0 Knoop 2b 2000 2001 Landis Hansen cf si 4033:3110 Zlm'rman Pascual p c 4 1000 0 0 0 12, 1964, and Dec. 11, 1965. DUBLIN, Ireland (AP-J

( Pam Meaden (tie), Karen Drab-iky Edwards p phi 2000 0 0 0 Martin Plzarro c p 5112 5010 Goryl Battey ph ph 1000 1011 This is the second site to be $3.2 Million Approved Carr, 40-year-old British Isles SUPPLY

Moore Barbara Costa, Nola Totals 33SI Totals 241S1 Grant pr 0000 Walker Cup golf captain retained -
Kostro ph 1000 selected by the NCAA for ts
Jan Davis, Francie Broyles. Kansas City ............... .OM ooi Ooo_. Totals 31> II Totals 35454 his Irish amateur championship CENTER
............... OOP on ooo-l football series. Earlier, the
:24.0 Us Angeles Chicago ................. 003 213 000-fMinnesota Il Comlnissioll Saturday with a 6 and S
E-Williams. Satriano. DP-Kansas City ........... ... 000 200 101-4 Camelia Bowl of Sacramento Budget NORTH MAIN
8 and under 25-yard victory over Alan McDade.It .
Boys 3. Los Angeles 1. LOB-Kansas City 7. Calif. was selected the site -
butterfly Mark Pearson, Los Angeles 5. E-Pascual. LOB-Chicago 11. Minnesota Carr's fourth Irish AT 23rd BLVD.
7. for TALLAHASSEE total that of was
S&-Green. SF-Knoop. the Pacific Coast champion. anticipated 1963-64 and as a result I
; James Powell Jeffrey Young. IB-Plzarro. Allison. Kindall. HR-Ward championship in 10
I, H R ERBBSO (t). Martin (3). Oliva (14), Killebrew ship. budget of expendituresof the 1964-65 budget indicates in. years. .
:22.1 Drabowsky. 1.. 24 7 4 1 0 3 a (25). Allison (II .
SB-McCraw for the fiscal
2. Landis.
I $3,213,817. creases in
Wyatt ......._ 1 1 0 0 0 1 year services and capital -
Girls, 10 and under 50 yard Bellnsky, W. 4-3. t 0 0 1 5 IP H R ERBBSO Walter Byers, NCAA execu.964-65 was approved by the outlay. I YOU SHOULD SEE
Plzarro W, t-4 ..
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butterfly Barbara Stainsby, Dullba T-2:13. Wilhelm ....... 1 0 0 0 I 1 Live director, said Mideast and Game and Fresh Water Fish I From state receipts the Commission I THIS PORTABLE
Pascual L, ,.4 ... 4 5 5 5. 3 5
KANSAS CITY LOS ANGELES Roland ......... I 1 I I 2 1 Midwest sites will be announcedsoon. Commission for operation under anticipates that it will
abrhbl abrhbiCausey Pleis ........... 232 3 3 2 1 :
the state fund accord-
is 2 00 Green cf 3200 Shiffletf ........ 11-32 0 0 1 2 game receive $1,105,500. from sale of FAN
Stable Wins Williams 2b 3 0 1 Power Ib 5021 Perry .-........ 2 1 0 0 1 4 I lug to A. D. Aldrich director. fresh water fishing licensesand
I Charles :3b 401 Fregosl si 2121 Pizarro faced two men in 9th. Two college division teams. The 1964-65 budget indicatesa
Colavito rf 3000Smith rf 4112 $955,500 from
Joseph Ib 3010 Rodgers c 4021 Martin.WP-Pascual T-3:01., Roland.A24287.Pizarro. PB- from the Atlantic Coast region, net increase of $355,101. over sales. Various hunting license BEFORE YOU BUY

From ShomoNEW Edwards c C 301 1000 OKirkpatrkIf4000Duncan Satriano 3b 4000 BALTIMORE WASHINGTON which includes 117 schools will the 1963-64 budget of'$2,858,716. hunting permits will types of HIGH VELOCITY

Mathews cf 4 0 1 0 Knoop 2b 4130 alt r" bl abrhbi be invited to participate in the bring in by R&M HUNTER
anticipated from
Jimenez If 3000 Meyer p loa Brandt cf 4010 Brinkman ss 6 0 0 0 revenue additional $249,750, while commercial
YORK (AP-Jose) Sta. Pena p I 0 0 Torres ph 0000 Apariclo ss 4000 Kennedy 3b 4230 Tangerine Bowl by a special II the sale of hunting and fishing \
licenses EiIHFJ1IJ
Tartabull ph 1 0 0 Newman pr 0100 Johnson ph 1010 Hinton H 4120 fish and fur
ble performed as expected Friday Santiago p 1 000 R.Lee 1000ratals SVne pr-ss 1100 Skowron Ib 4133 NCAA selection committee. licenses is expected to exceed dealers, commercial boat
2* 0 S' Tatals 324103 PowllIlf 5124 Lock cf 5011 game ,4 Ha1tm'tZM CeMWy
night. Slebern Ib 4121 Zimmer rf farm and .
First the Cuban 3-1 favorite Kansas City.............. 000 000 000- Robinson 3b 5 I 1 0 Valentine rf 2 0 0 0 hunting guides are expected f1 a Las Angeles .............. 220 002 Mx-4 Orslno 7 IllLeppertc 2000 to total $46,600. I
stopped Vince Shomo of New Kirkland rf 7122 Br-ley ph< 1000 Petty Lund Capture j
Jimenez. Edwards. DP-Los Angeles Adalr 2b 7 2 2 Cottier 2b 3000 --
York In 1:08 of the sixth roundat 2. LOB-Kansas City 7. Los Anelges 10. McNally p 2100 Bl'me ph-2b 2000

Madison Square Garden then SB-Power. S-Meyer. Law ph 1000 Narum p 0000 '.
IP H R ERBBSO Haddix p 1000 Ridzik p 3010 NASCAR Events .
be hollered, "Get me Griffith. Pena 1.. 7-7 ..... 4 s. 3 2 3 Cimoll ph-If 2000 Hunt ph 1000 on FridaySPARTANBURG "
Emile Griffith is the world Putter ......... 1233 2 2 4 0 Dkworffip 1010 '
Santiago ....... 2 13 20003 Totals S3 913 I Tatals 44 411 4 _
welterweight champion. It Is Meyer W, 1-3 ... 5 I 0 3R.Lee 5 Baitimare ......... 030 000 Ml 000 5-t S. C. (AP) den, S. C., and take the lead
.......... 3 0 0 0 2 2 Washington ........ l'e
customary for all contenders to 200 002 000 000 0-4 -Grand National point leader on the Piedmont Interstate
HBP-By Pflster (Green) T-2:27. A."On. I'I 15 GOIFLESSONS
yell for a title fight after a victory E-Orsino, Blasingame. Brinkman. DP, Richard Petty kept clear of a' Fairgrounds Track, but lost l4
CHICAGO MINNESOTA Baltimore 2, Washington I. LOB-Baltimore .
; especially on television, ab r k M ab r k M 15. Washington 7. I bumping duel between Billy the lead ,when Jarrett bumped

and Stable despite his difficulty H'shb'ger rf 30 1 0 Vena lies ts 4000 HR-Klrkland (3). Powell (17), Skow' Wade and Ned Jarrett Friday him putting the car in a spinon

with the English language, did Landis Buford! 2b cf 4000 4000 Oliva Rollins rf 3b 4010 4120 ron (12). SB-Saverine. SF H-Lock.IP R ERBBSO. night to win a 100-mile NAS the backstretch with 35 lapsto

not disappoint.It Ward 3b 4000 Klllebrew If 4112 McNillly ........ 523 7 4 4 2 2 CAR sanctioned late model ,
Miller ....... ..
Hansen ss 3000H.IIcf 3010 21-3 1 0 0 0 :3
was the eighth victory for Nicholson 3000 Allison Ib 3010 Estrada ........ 0 0 0 0 1 0 stock car race. With Wade and Jarrett out '
McCraw Ib 2000 BaIley c 3010 Haddix. W, 22 ...4 2 0 0 0 '
Stable, who is ranked third MNedneyc2S00KIndaII2b 3000 Starrette ,...... 1 I 0 0 0 3 2 Petty, who added 400 pointsto of the race, Lee Roy Yar-

i among the welterweight con Horlen p 2000 Arrlgo p 3000 Narum ......... 1 2 3 3 5 1 the 24,282 he had already brough of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Mlnoso ph 1000 Rldzlk ......... 72-3 3 I 1 1 2
1 tenders. Shomo is No. 4. Totals U 0 1 0 Tatals 31 2 7.2 Osteen ......... 0 1 0 0 1 a accumulated this season put was able to move his 1963 Plymouth
Kline ..........
Referee Joe LoScalzo stopped Chicago ........_...... ooo ooo ooft-4 Duckworth, L, 1-4 3 1.3 2-3'0 5 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 his 1964 Plymouth in the lead into second place for the

.he spirited scrap as the more- MlMeseta ...:.......... 000 002 OCX-1 Rudolph .. .... 1- I 0 0 1 for good with 16 laps remainingwhen rest of the race. He won 384

experienced Cuban hammeredthe sota Versalles.5. LOB-Chicago 4. Minne- faced Narum 2 men faced in 4 Estrada In 2nd. faced Osteen 1 hometown favorite Wade points and $600.Elsewhere I WITH

tired man In eth.HBP slammed his 1964 into the NASCAR
bleeding, apparently 2B-Ollva. HR-Klllebrew (24). Mercury on .
around the Sho- -By Ridzik (Robinson). T-4:11. the of leader Jarrett's 1964 circuit another driver
underdog ring. IP H R ERBBSOHorlen. A-10,519. rear top I
bleeding from cuts L 4-5 ..... 7 2 2 0 5 DETROIT NEW YORK Ford sending both cars rolling Lund of Cross S. C. won Arnold Palmer'No
mo was on Wilhelm ........ 1 1 0 0 0 2 ab rll" ab Tiny ,
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the mouth, over the right eye ArrIgoW,5-1..O 1. 0 1 S Lumpe 2b 4010 Ltnz 3b 4000 inthefirstturn. a 100-lap modified sportsman I
HBP By Arrlgo (McNertney. Harsh- Wood Ib 4000 Lopez ph 10 1 0 4
and from the nose. berger). T-2:05. Cash Ib 40S0Richdson26050 Neither driver was Injured, feature at the Concord International ,

Kallna rf 4 02 Mantle cf 4010 but the cars were heavily dam Raceway. Lund took the

Freshen Demeter c If 401 4000 G'rtez Marls rf pr." 4010 0000 aged.. lead on the 25th lap in his 1961 ( purchase )

1 Thomas cf 4000 Tresh If-cf 3010 Wade won a bumping duel Ford and held it to pick up necessary
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Friday Wert 3b 4000 Howard C 1000 earlier to pass Jarrett, of Cam- $500 in first place money. I
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Gainesville ,Sunday, June 28 1964

Olympic FOR FIRECRACKER 400 "r
.'f. \ .)..
Fastest'Carr" In U.S. '! ;

Committee 175-MPH Qualifying

Picks BeardUniversity

of Florida track I No Worry to JarrettDAYTONA

Miss Olympic Boat coach Percy Beard will serveon
the 1964 United States Olympic -

committee, it was announced BEACH The man Moody prepared Fords, Winner of the Dixie 400 at Atlanta .
yesterday. qualifying speeds of 175 plus Junior Johnson in Banjo Mat. recently, Jarrett believes

I predicted for the Firecracker thews' car and Marvin Panchin that the Fords are capable of
nrk Sims one relay and 400 meters in the other. How fast .a quartercan Beard will leave Wednesdayfor .
? he ? 400 on July 4,' hold no fears for the Glen Wood prepared avenging the sweep the Plymouths -
By ARTHUR DALEY run New_ York City where he Gentleman Ned Jarrett, the Ford. scored in the Daytona
stretch and
He's in that he can
a rarity among sprinters will officiate at the U.S. trialsat
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. Henry Carr of Arizona Stateis sustain his speed far beyond all other dash men. When he Randalls Island next week- NASCAR veteran who won the 500 last February.
the fastest 200-meter sprinter in the world. He also is handled the anchor 400-meter leg on an American national Grand National driving championship Florida Net i "We are running real strong,

one of the fastest at both 100 meters and 500 meters. If he team in Germany last summer, this astonishing swifty was end.The in 1961. Jarrett said, "and I feel we'll

is to prove all that vaunted speed in the Olympic show- timed in 44.4. That's faster than the world record. Incident- Gator coach also will "The first time I qualified at Stars Beaten hang with those Plymouths to

case at Tokyo in October, he needs time as an ally. And ally, he has pending a world mark for the furlong arounda serve on the jury of appeals to Daytona International Speedway I[the end. Richard Petty, Paul I
CHATTANOOGA Tenn. AP) Goldsmith and those two Jims
time is running out on him.It turn of 20.2, an unbelieable clocking. settle all disputes.The I had a speed of a little more ,
and Pardue won't be
of Paschal
-Frank Tutvin
Hollywoodand ,
is an ironic situation. For him it might even be a tragicone. Randalls Island event
than 144 miles hour and I
"Going to Russia and traveling throughout Europe last per his partner were defeated easy to beat, but we'll be shoot.
Three weeks this tall and willowy thunderbolt from "
will of the
provide mem- that the ultimate
many thought was "
he said "although I found the Tennessee at 'em.
year was quite an experience, Friday in finals of ing
the cactus had had his schedule well plotted. He
country bers of the U. S. track and Jarrett "Now we are qualifying
and at all the says. will
Moscow a dead town people kept staring us Valley Invitational Tennis The Dodges and Mercurys
would defend his 200-meter crown at the extravagantly spectacular field team which will to Tokyo in the 170s, and as far as
time. The most enjoyable thing was the way the crowd reacted go championships.Tutvin be high in contention, too, and
national track and field championships of the ama- next fall for the 1964 I'm concerned the cars handle
when we were introduced. It shakes you to hear 90,000 Olym- and John Pickens of most experts predict a dogfight
teur athletic union which began at Rutgers yesterday. "
people clapping and at the same time, it lifts you up. The pics. better, feel safer. Atlanta lost to Bob Hardcastle among the four makes in the 160
Success in today's final would set him up in style. He asked the
contstants likeable and that when leave Jarrett was reason Manuel Gallardo laps round the 2.5-mile high-
were so friendly you of Atlanta and
Beard has served
would have another national title; he would win a berthon n many for that.
you almost expect them to bust out in tears. I almost of Mexico City, 9-7, 6-3. banked oval.
the American team for the dual meet with the Soviet capacities in American track
in there though." "Well, it's due to the improve- Bob Bittlerof Two 50-mile qualifying race
got one mess Also beaten were
Union Los month hence and few
at Angeles a he would qualify the past years. He has
ments in the car itself, and in will be 3
St. Petersburg, in 12andunder run on Friday, July ,
for the Olympic tryouts at the stadium on Randalls Isf worked with the Pan-American
The Torn TowelHe the accessories. Everything is doubles and Wendy Overtonof and time trials to determine the
land next Friday and Saturday. But three weeks ago the Games and previous Olympics.
better, including the drivers. Ormond Beach, in the 18- pole psitions will be held on!
fastest Carr in America suffered
a slight muscle in his
f and he pull smiled at the recollection of the near diplomatic in- Several years ago Japanese That's right,' the drivers. We year-old singles championships. Thursday, July 2.
right leg not tested it under since.
had to to handle such
cident he was about to relate. toured the improve
delegation UF.
"I'll run here according to how I feel, he said, attempting "The first time I washed at the hotel," he continued, "I speeds, and we did. We learnedto Greater
to study the composition track Invest Now in Securityfor
to be philosophical about it. "It would be a great honorto think
make decisions faster
found one long towel and it wasn't a very good one, either. designed by Beard and which ,
win another national championship and to run once more There were no wash cloths and so I tore off a piece of the farther ahead. We used our past
against the Russians. But I not even all out for has been adopted by many Your Children Pets
may try
to educate ourselves. Property
towel to use for washing my face. The maid was very upset experiences ,
either. I might have to settle for a qualifying berth in the high schools colleges ."
when she discovered it and reported me to the manager.
Olympic tryouts. After all the is the around the nation. It is an
one important
thing is of 40 crack driv-
I was told that he wanted to put me out of the hotel. one
Olympic gold medal. asphalt textured oval which requires -
"No one would ever think of anything like that here. It ers who go to ,the post in the Chain Link
almost maintenanceand
Second ChanceWith was an old towel anyway and bound to tear. So that was no Firecracker at 10 a.m. on the SfeARSR"KBi
on which meets can be
Fourth. He'll drive Bon dy
the first thing I learned about the Russians. They can
get emotional over little things that we'd never notice." run in ,any type of weather. I Long's factory back Ford ,as a K AN: Fence
Carr it
might resolve Itself into a question of bare
member of the Ford team which
Carr has longer strides than the average sprinter because '
him.survival. But he does have one lucky factor going for he's 6 feet 3 inches tall. His weight of 180 pounds is the Former PGA also includes A. J. Foyt, double
The tryouts. in the shadow of the Triboro Bridge at
result of a diet that lopped off 10 pounds of unnecessaryload. Indy 500 winner, Freddie Lorenzen -
the -
end of the week will not have the absolute finality of and Bobby Johns in Hol-
previous United States Olympic team selections. .
CltampionsTry .
Only the winners will get what amounts to guaranteed "They say I'm a terrible starter," he admitted with a .c. .,+ .'- -i j ,

berths. Other place winners will compete all over again for grin. '"But maybe my height is a handicap. The smaller RADIATORJ. 1 ;:; %. '"- .:;; .:: ., ,1 :'" j

the two remaining spots in each event in midSeptember.. fellow finds it easier' to get up speed although my height AgainCOLUMBUS :' .

So the 21-year-old whippet could still make it on a delayed probably helps lengthen my stride when I finally get mov- 'M-' ''''

f rain check. ing. Most of my acceleration comes at the end." Ohio (AP) Service Center

t ; It is a pity that such a situation endures because Carr's Carr has the potential to become the Olympic 200 meter Every champion since 1946-;

speed embraces so wide a range that he would rank as favor- champion. First of all, though, he will have to gain a placeon including the semi-retired Ben: CLEANING

ite in the Olympic 200-meter dash and would be the likely the American Olympic team. Under the circumstancesthat Hogan has entered the 1964 REPAIRING"We

anchor man on both relays. He would burst 100 meters in conceivably could take considerable doing. Professional Golfers Association

championship, to be played over Rod

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The tournament will be played Motor Block Strong 11'gouge fabric.

Plan to Hold in defending champion Jack FlushedWe Heavily galvanized after Ask about Sears

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N.Y. (AP-The JOHN GALE I I Chuck McKinley of San An- knocked off Manuel Santana the was 16.Hogan. White Electric There Is No Obligation. of your fence.

J American Football Coaches Associated Press Sports Writer]tonio, the defending champion, artistic Spaniard who was seed- champion In 1946 and

Association WIMBLEDON, England (AP) is the sole U.S. survivor in the 'ed No. 3.,The score was 6-3,7-5, 1948, will make one of his rare & Battery

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and hold qualified young men in American girls, won their way Miss Richey won her fourth !all week for a strained schilles: Vic Ghezzi, 1941 champion, 118 N.W. 8th Ave. and Save Tues.f ,a 5:30 Thurs.p m.. Sat.

the coaching profession.The into quarter-finals of the round match with such dispatch tendon. will be back, along with the following FR 2-8581 Man.* FrU Sat.

I Wimbledon tennis tournament that observers began talking of I Bungert beat Jorgen Ulrich of I[ former titleholders: f a m. to 9 p.m.
coaches to set defender
plan up her chances to dethrone '
Saturday, while politics popped Denmark 3-6, 6263, 6-4 and
within three weeks their Margaret Smith of Australia.The .
own again on the back courts.
.up Stolle brushed aside little known
Texas girl won over Judy
organization to be known the
as Misses Moffitt and Richeywere Greek player Nicolais Kaloger-
Alvarez of Tampa, Fla., 6-2, 62.
National Coaching Annuity Com- the only survivors of an Hard Match opoulos 6-2, 6-3, 6-0.

pany. This company will be American entry of 17 in thewomen's Miss Moffitt, the runneruplast Four Alive When you see this

serviced by life insurance singles.
I year, had a harder time That left Emerson, No. 1; McKinley
company (Union Life), which with Jacqueline Rees-Lewis of No. 2; Osuna, No. 4 and
will guarantee annuities to the *
France before she 6-4 64.
won Stolle, No. 6, alive among those
coaches. Miss Moffitt is seeded third, seeded in men's singles. 1

Pensions could run as high as South Africa Miss Richey fifth.

$905 a month if a coach waits Head Robyn Ebbern of Australia, Kuhnke meets Stolle in the

until he is 65 to collect. Sports the No. 8 seed, knocked out the quarter-finals. If the German 1

Makes Protest only other American girl left in wins he will play McKinley, if

Len Casanova, head coach at the singles, Carole Caldwell of the American gets past Segal.

Oregon and president of the Santa Monica, Calif., 6-4, 6-0. Kuhnke would be the fifth left-

association, pointed out that JOHANNESBURG, (AP) Rafael Osuna of Mexico, the hander McKinley has faced in

many coaches lose their retire- The chairman of the South Africa -I reigning U.S. singles champion, the tournament.

ment benefits when they move Olympic Committee said Sat- sparkled in the sunshine before Emerson gets Hewitt in Mon-

t from job to job. urday the International Olympic the largest crowd of the tournament -day's quarter-finals, and Osuna

Casanova said that the plan Committee has "allowed the 18,000, as he defeated plays Bungert.

benefits the younger coaches Russians and the Mro-Asians to Jose Arilla of Spain 6-4, 6.4,10- Maria Bueno of Brazil contin-

much more than men who have turn the IOC into a political 12, 6-3 on the center court. ued her leisurely progress toward PAAyou'll
platform.? That Osuna in the the women's crown she
been in the sport for a numberof put quarterfinals
won in 1959 and 1960, as she defeated .
years unless they have stayedat Frank Braun, the chairman, along with McKinley; .

one school for a long term.I was commenting on the IOC Christian Kuhnke and Wilhelm Trudy Groenman of the ,
move' in Lausanne Switzerland of Emerson Netherlands 6-1, 61. .
I Bungert Germany; Roy ,L-a: _
"This should come as a boonto Friday that virtually barred Bob Hewitt and Fred Miss Bueno has lost only sev-

young coaches we want to South Africa from the Olympic Stolle of Australia, and Abe Se-. en games In three matches so

keep and will do more than any- Games in Tokyo this October. gal of South Africa. far.She

thing else to add stability to the South Africa's Minister of the I Segal is the South African left- plays Miss Ebbem next,

profession," said Frank Broyles, Interior, Jan De Klerk, said that I bander-and McKinley's next with Miss Richey against Au- be glad bought Plymouth !
Arkansas coach who did the leg.the move by the IOC "proves opponent-who has caused two tralia's Lesley Turner No.4; you a

work on the annuity plan. concessions have no value what., Communist block players to Miss Moffitt against Ann Hay-
don Jones of Britain, No. 6; and
ever. walk out already.A .
Casanova said all coaches in
other college sports would be The minister was referring to Russian and a Hungarianhave Miss Smith against unseeded.Off Norma.Bay. Plymouth's engine and drive train warranty*
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i invited to participate in the South Africa's'offer to send a refused to play him-one Argentina,

plan. racially mixed team to the in singles, the other in doublesin Farm has 26,000 miles more to go.

Games, as the IOC had demanded. protest against South Africa's Miss Moffitt looked off form

However, the IOC said that racial policies. In her victory. She lost the first ,Ford and Chevrolet warranties on these parts ead.f J'r.

9.7 VictoryA. South Africa must also issue a ,The movement spread Satur- three games, and talked to her- :) .

statement condemning when Czech Jeri : :. .
apartheid day players self throughout the match."I : ,
Quinn Jones scored a 9-7 and South Africa would Javorsky and Vera Sukova like bran she '
played a :
Little League win over Community not comply to that stipulation. pulled: out rather than play Ray said. "I better get my game in :t ''; ,.;;, .:,--, H ......i., .. ; -
Recreation Center at Braun said the fact that the Weedon and Annette Van Zyl of shape."

Lincoln field Friday. Charles IOC retreated on the case of Indonesia South Africa in the mixed dOu- Miss Richey was in fine formas
Lang led the winners with two "apparently without '
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Sunday, June 28, 1954 Gainesville Son 05

First Methodist, Kanapaha, All-Stars r

'-' Picked ForExhibition
..! ,. '
,. ;
AUto Semite Center
LDS Parkview Notch Wins ...f(, !

0.yep SUeppi.g F.AI Tar C.........
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First Methodist rolled to an Barbee got three hits for Lat- runs. Wieland Kenyon also ;L.\:.<"';: ,'.."l Vt"','.. -.-." .1S., l;. Players have been chosen for sm1CI....

1-6 Church League softball ter Day Saints while Padgett homered for the winners. k -i<'At :" .. the Business League all-star ? '! 1HOf'trouYpT

fin over First Baptist Friday managed four, including a tri- North Central 100 000 4-5 4 ::1' "" ' softball team which will meet aal.e T ..

[tight at City Park to stay un- ple, for Calvary. Parkview 204'100 x-710 ..... \ the Gainesville Wings in a twin
Mixon and Addison; Campbelland a bill Saturday night at City Park.
[!eaten, although the contest :
McDonald and
Ward. r t x J :. The exhibition double header -
[toes not count in loop standings. Huckingman had two hits each #: '. will start at 7:30 p.m. :er: : !;air. .Zkx'akat
Other Latter
games saw Day for Parkview. LDS 200 365-1616
Following are players chosen
taints; down Calvary, 16-6; Calvary 400 200- 13 '
arkview Baptist topped North Middleton and Smith paced Waitmore and Hall; Purdy and Fulps Radiator, Bobby Henley

Central Baptist, 7-5; Southslde Southside with two hits while Goolsby. /' Larry Britt; Howard's TV,

,', laptist beat Highlands Presby- Carpenter had a pair, one a ;4 Wayne Btoodsworth, Don Taylor : ,

erian, 8-5; Wesley Methodist triple, for Highlands.Tate First Baptist 301 1100-410 ; Sunland Training Center,

.rimmed Grace Presbyterian, and Chapman bad two First Meth. 030 413 x-1115 ? F : Robin .Matheny; Medical Stu-

H3; and Kanapaha Presbyter hits each for Wesley while Powell and Langford; Logginsand a;; 4, d ..34kYy, ville Gas Co., Clay Davis; Lftsi3'Tit

p shut out First Presbyterian, Roberts, Furgeson and Bolton Brown, NewelL t Ac ai Smith Sinclair, Donald Mote;
matched that for Grace. Kanapaha 780 50-20 17 2 Penn Cbem, Ken Joyce; Gain-

00.First Methodist was led by Jones and Combs combinedto First Presby. 000 00- 056 esville Livestock, Jim

Jones, Combs and Kenyon Mar- Jetter, Les Wigglesworth; City
bnes, Ingman and Bevis with shut out First Presbyterianon +
I wo hits each. Stechmiller bad ,five hits, two by Lanoux. shall, Fl cher, Trednick and 5' r ;?
[hree hits for losing First Bapst -Jamerson had three for First Grussemyer.Grace ss5d Combs, Barney McNair; Post

and Hope a pair. Presbyterian, all of them home 023 001 0-6 10 3 9 Office, Jake McKinney; Road

Wesley 222 120 x-9 111 Prison, Jack Goodlet; Publix,

Whitehouse and Myers; Geiger Bobby Jones; Sunnyland Pack-

: TransformersTie and Diaz, Gaitonis. ing, Bill Rowell; CWA, Jimmy FACTORYCLEARANCE

fSeifert Hits Highlands 004 001 0-5 70 Deen; General Electric, Jim

k Carlon In Southside 020 015 x-810 2 Krider.

Robbins, Alexander and Doug- Bass'' Are Bitin' Players on the all-star club

643 SeriesWhitey Softball Race las, Owens; Smith and Leahy.CITY will select four pitchers per-

LEAGUE form against Wings of th e
Seifert came up with Budwelser it W L 1 Pet..947 Chuck Dalton, left, and Roy McDavid, both of City League.

1 i 643 series on games of 234- HIGH SPRINGS Southeast Salnesvlllt Wings 10 f Jit Gainesville, show' off several good catches of bass

[ 94-225 to top the Mixed Dou- transformers moved into a tie Guy Schlitz Cleveland 4 4 13 IS ji.211| ranging up to nine pounds. The fish ,were taken

for leadership in the High mis. Week's Schedule last week on' shiners at Watermelon Pond. (Sun Lions Win
Palm Lanes. Tuesday 7:30. Schlitz .
les League at lands ,. vs. Guy Cleve- A "Hf 4" maker needed room...we bargained
Springs softball loop by scoringa Budweiser Wings. photo).
Thursday 7:30 Guy Cleveland vs. for hundreds. get these low prices !
Billy Johnson had a 596 set 5-1 win Friday over Fort Wings; 9, Schlitz vs. Budwelser. you

iihile Magi Roberts and Char- White. BUSINESS DivUton LEAGUE I) Bohannon Gets Gold Award On ForfeitIn

[ tte McElwain led the women Both the Chargers and Carton Gainesville Uvesto'* 10 WLPd.1901 WHITEWALLS! BLACKWALLS!

[nth 522s. Mrs. Roberts had 158- Products are 8-% for the CWA Utility Department *7 3 4..636.750 .

[I 92-172 and Mrs. McElwain 172- Hav-A-Tampa S 6..s5 For Feat Midget
season. Weight Lifting
Post Office s ..4SJPublix ,. TUBELESS! TUBE-TYPE!
? T5-175. Pitcher Hal McLeod helped s 7 .417
Road Prison 3 t .273 Lions recorded a forfeit win
t had 253 his own cause with a double and Sunnyland Packing 1 10 .091 First report on the summer Primo, 161; dead lift, Primo, I
John. Culpepper a r ,
(Division II) over Carlos Hope Electric in a SIZES TO FIT MOST CARS EVEN SPORTS CARS!
for the men.I home run while Walt Buck had WLPd. weight-lifting programs shows 387; curl, Primo, 136; bench ,
dgh game National League
makeup game
'earn No. 5 had a 2423 series a double and two singles. Ken Howard Fulps Radiator TV f f 0 1 .1.000..00 Herkie Bohannon, in the 140 press, Primo' 265; clean and Friday in Midget loop competi
had two singles for Fort Gainesville Gas 7 4 .636 150 class has worked Primo 217 Primo
Dubose jerk
nd Team No. 3 hit an 851 high Sunland Training Ctr. 5..556 pound ; squat, ,
White. Penn Chem 4 5 .44 his way to a maple gold level. 525; total, Primo, 1691. tion.The
pme Med Students 3 7 .300 teams
Midget League
Transformers 001 022 0-5 9 General Electric 1 I .111 Supervisor Jim Niblack said
1 Smith Sinclair 1 10 .OJ1 180-190 Press, Dale Tur- will take the week off due to
8 Bohannon 140 totaled
Fort White 000 100 0-1 ,-dees not Include last ntghf pounds,
games lington, 175; dead lift, Turlington -the holiday break Play will resume -
( Raccoons Win McLeod and Aubel; Turner and This Week's Schedule 1499 in the various weighttests.
Dubose. i Makeup games.CHURCH LEAGUE 340; curl, Turlington, 148 on Monday July 6.

r (DIviSlM I) bench press, Turlington, 225; still
HIGH SPRINGS LEAGUE Many makeup games
O.ver PioneersSalt WLPd..' Latter Day Saints WLPd.4 1 .too I Bohannon led press with 170, clean and jerk, Tommy Cone, must be played to bring some cuA RAON EV
Carton Southeast Prelucts Transformer 5 I f 2 .100 First Highland Baptist Presby. 3 2 2 2 .600.500 dead lift, 290; curl, 113; bench 195; squat, Turlington, 500 total teams up to full schedule. ROADH ADO

and .Pepper League re- North Florida Telephone 7 3 .700 Kanapaha Presby. 3 2 .600 press, 245; clean' and jerk, 180; I Turlington, 1596. Best records to date are 9-2
5 .444 North Cen. Baptist 2 3 .400 Z
( ults Friday at the Boys' Club Spurs Fort White 1 7 .125 Grace Presbyterian 0 S .000 squat, 500 for the 1499 total. : 190 and over Press, Al marks by Gainesville Building

I aw Raccoons edge Pioneers Rebels THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 9 r .000 (Division ill W L Pd. Other leaders: I Giffen, 186; dead lift; Giffen, Trades in the American and 0

6-15; Jets nip Bears 15-13; Temerrtw First Methodist 5 0 1.000 435; curl, Giffen, '161; bench Center in !
Gainesville Shopping
Parkview Baptist 4 1 .800Southside 150-160 Press Dav-
tebels Rockets 17-6 Fort Waite vs. Spurs pounds ,
wallop ; Tuesday Baptist 2 3 .400 press, Giffen, 302; clean' and Rebel. 1
nd Buffalos beat Panthers Carlon vs. Telephone Co.. Southeast First Presby. 2 3 ,.400 id Crown, 155; dead lift, Bill the
Giffen 225 Giffen
Transformers vs Rebels. Calvary Baptist 0 5 .000 jerk, ; squat, ., NATIONAL LEAGUEW
.4. Thursday (Tills Week's SeliHul.Frld.y Zetrouer, 337; curl, Zetrouer, 500 total Giffen 1809. L Pet.
; ,
r 3 JSO
Games until later
Southeast Transformers vs. Carlon date. postponed 130; bench press, Larry Keen, Lions 5 JO "
Outstanding players included Telephone Co. vs Friday Spun 245; clean and jerk, Zetrouer, Moose 45.333
r 'tiller Aller and Mike Rolfe, Fort Whit vs. Carlos Hope 5 333
156; squat, Zetrouer, 425 total, Schlitz Tops AMERICAN, LEAGUEWLPd.
Co. .
lears; Bobby Reddish and Milling Zetrouer, 1368_ G'vllle Building Trades 2 .Ill

amar Thompson, Buffalos; Boys' Club 160-170 Press, Bob Bowers, University City Lions 5 J4J

Fayne Pope, Gary Standleynd Bids for 7thWin 201; dead lift, AI Cowan, 408; Wingsby3-2 I Baptist Hughes D.WESTERN Supply *2 6 5.200.400 --wj Brand New, No Seconds!

Marshall Hughey, Jets;I Vie curl, Chris Gwin, 130; bench LEAGUEW to Pet.

'en Baisden and Tom Craw- Rotary TuesdayALACHUA press, Gwin, 260; clean and Schlitz Beer scored a 3-2 victory -Fire Department 6 2 .750 Hurry, Limited Quantities ,
Sudden Service 011 :3 Ml
)rd, Panthers; Bob Singleton, jerk, Gwin, 196; squat, Gwin, over Gainesville Wings First National Bank 7 3 .700 2 $

bert Ingman and Greg For Loop Lead Alachua Mill- 525; total, Gwin, 1663. last Thursday in City League University Plumbers Union City Kiwanis 3 1 t 6 .100.333 for ] 5 2 for $1 S

aton, Pioneers; Chip Mc- ing Co. goes against Copeland 170-180 Press, Richard softball play rather than the DIXIE LEAGUE wLPd.First 640 x I S Tubc-Typ. ....ek 4SOx 1 S TwbcUt
Jiristian, Bruce Anderson First place in the Major League Tuesday night as it bids to 670* IS T.b..Typ. Slack Slack
protest 2-0 .victory reported for Wings. Federal a 4 .661 boo a 13 Tubeless Slack
pd Kippy Duncan, Rebels; goes on the block Tuesday its lead' in the softball Johnson i'Fails 7 5 J83 670 a IS'''....'r'.White
fob Roberts and Mike Isaac, night at Harris Field whenBoys' league here. Wade Accepts incomplete scorebook re- Citizens North Central Bank Baptist 4 S' I 7 .333.417 320 x U ,,,...-,,,.Slack
Club and clash. sulted in the error in the score. REBEL ..0. IS '"II.'... a'eck'
lockets and Mike Martin and Rotary LEAGUEW 2
Co. has $20
; Milling a two-game Schlitz trailed 2-1 going into L Pet. for
jid Jefferson Raccoons. The two teams are tied with Bears' G'vllle Shopping Center t 2 .111
Tony Pact
I edge on both Copeland and the bottom of the seventh and Florida Pest Control S 4 JM 750 a !4Tvb.l... Slack 2 for 522
4-2 records at presentKiwanis Lions. Co. will Life Underwriters 4 t .333 670 x IS Tuk.,,,, Slack
In Seminole League act Ion which broke even play' tallied twice on two walks, an Klrkpatrkk a. Pierson 2 6 .250 7IOx ISTwk.rrp. Slack "0 x IST.l>e.Tyi.Slack|
Lions on Thursday night. CHICAGO (APQuarterbackBill TillS Week's ScheduleNo S60x ..... 610a 13 T.b.lau Black
Iraves shut out White Sox 14-0 is be- error and a passed ball to tri- 13 T" "Slack
last week, a half-game ALACHUA LEAGUE I Wade signed Saturday for games scheduled In any league due 6S0. IS Tvbeleu WhiteS20x13Ti
pd Cubs belted Pirates 179. umph. to holiday break.Indiana. ,
hind and plays Tuesday W L Pc beleuWltH.
his fourth
included Alachua Milling Co. 42 .750 season with the Na- Bill Lester the 5'0. U Tubeless
)utstanding players was winning 2 Black
night. $24
Copeland 4 4 .500.1 tional Football League champion Rated f or *.0x' IS Tvb.les.' WIll,.
Varren Cobb, and Cliff Gil- Rotary and Boys' Club both Lions 44.500 pitcher and Lynn Doverspikelost
American Legion 2 4 .250' Chicago Bears. '00 x 14 Tub*lets Block
and, White Sox; Pat Padgett I will see action twice this weekin THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Wade with the Los although allowing just two I Race FavoritePARIS 710. ISTub.l.,,aleck| 2
Tuesday I was Angeles $2 7
nd Ricky Walker, Braves; the close race. Copeland hits. 710 x IS Tvbe-Typ White fOr
lob Wishart and Jimbo Row- MAJOR Lloni. vs. Milling Legion vs., Rams seven seasons before 7SO x 14 '"...I.u Which 760. IS,,,....,,... Whit.
LEAGUEW AP-The American-
L Pet. Thursday I joining the Bears. ( 670 x IS Twbelvis WhiteS 610* U ,*It.I...
and Pirates; and Steve Sim- Rotary 4 i ..667Boys' Milling Co. vs. Lions. Legion vs Cope. Last 'season he completed 192 No owned Indiana is favored in the 0x IS ,,,...,.,, Black *00 x 15T.*''..*Black Whit.
4 2 .667 Smoking
nons and Mike Wilkerson, Club of the Grand Prix .0. IS Tubelesa a"de
Kiwanis 4 3 .571 land.In passes in 356 attempts for 2,301 101st running

:Jubs. Exchange Elks 2 24.333 S ..18dTuesday Draw yards and 15 touchdowns, and BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP-The of Paris horse race at Long- 2 for $29 nO.IU".WhIt.l

JAYCEE BUDDY LUGUI This Week's Schedule also scored six touchdowns American Football Coaches champs Sunday. 7 2 $32
5:30. Boys Club vs. Totary; 6oatSl.b.l.u/1 k for
Salt 'M r.pper <
730. Elks vs. Klwanls.Tribe MANILA (AP-Mario Rossito The C.W. Engelhard, of New York, 540
W to rushing. 33-year-old quarterback Association went on record'Sat- x IS TwbUt Whit. 7OxIST,,h.l. .
tebels lIonHrs 4 SOD t 0 I 140, of Colombia, and Carl capped his year by urday as opposing smoking by owns the colt, who was secondto '7'0.00. 14 Tubeless Whit. S'O. IS ,"...,.u MWhlf Whit.
.t. .3 2 0 Recalls Pennlosa, 139i, of Manila, drewin scoring both Bear touchdowns in I coaches and staff members on Santa Claus in the recent WIIit. .00 x IS Tubeleu WhIt.
pMails 3 2 0 a l -round bout Saturday the 14-10 NFL title victory over the playing field or bench dur- English Derby at Epsom Ium NO. RfCA"AlU, EXCHANGE NEEDED

lean anthers 0 t 4 4 0 1 Chico Salmon night. the New York Giants. ing a game. Downs. ... old your cor egordleii of
tockets 0 4 1 -


205. CLEVELAND (AP) The .rtes..,a ........ Wale Hdo FLAT II'A'
Mils 4 1 PWc"-e lilt Hdo pwdtee.Ago .
prates 1 1 1 Cleveland Indians called Chico ,
1 1 0 IN fltZEN((]) t ;"", blowouts,
)raves rdS'\ 2 2 0 Salmon up from their Portland under noreol. rim cut. glow Cuft, Nc. encountered
lobs 11ts' 2 2 1 /1ithletIcs farm club Saturday to replace discretion teplocements condition.ore prorated T6es on ore current.poiled using at pike OUt

t 3 0Thlte ;Max Alvis. Ii for lime wed. All prices plus federal toa.
Sox 020odger
} $ .0 ", ---
Oklahoma ---
Salmon in -- -
W toT with the Pacific Coast League I GRATIFYING ,
Irlolf 4 1 0rsdianl
410lge team for a weekend series and' -S
IINlns : 5 ; .. TO OUR -3
23eted I
r. was to report immediately to I. .

anks Sox __ 0 230 S 1 the Indians in Boston. I' ...,".'..,.i-O:: &, ,."."..-.......
,) ), ; >: .
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HereN. ;
: Youngsters Sparkle { .. i : "..::;:
: {
:' -
i In Summer Track EventFine S AND THEFRIENDLY ? ; .

", ,
efforts marked the first Kirby Smith; Tommy Hick, FROM EVERYONE, >;'f
,1 ..
reekly the summer University track of programit Florida Buchholz 440-yard, :11.5., Relay ." z IH 'i. THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF EXTEND :', I 6" 91NOIMO 88 PRINCETON CUJHION.AUI

"val, supervisor Bob Cordell 9 and 10 and under, Kirby I A SINCERE SHOCK ABSORBERS

aid today. Smith (Padgett, Revel, Gibbs, INSTALLED fUll

Latsko), Littlewood, :69.8. cb.v.l.. tenti.c 2f.r9MINSTAILIO
Latsko turned in THANK YOU 60
14 and under, Buchbolz (Kirby Ford r.nu5rtl.e
13.5 clocking in the 100- yard 1r4r.tr53 1tss.1fR
' White, W. Norris, R. VaCant Ford mil
lash for those in 1041
the age 1MO-IPU 19541M0Uncer
Norris), Lake Forest Kirby .
; a Oldutwbil and tear a1t6O.1H2
Saves wtor year
proup. He equaled the time set --
Smith :58.8.
; cor and girt YM o iMOOth
ry the 12-y ear-olds. High Jump deals sightly higher ride.

I Ronnie Norris did an :11.5 inV 14. Richard Squires, Little-' OF .THE SET OF !
100 for
j 13-14-year-olds wood 4 feet 7 inches.
\Iso has been timed In 4:58.0 SPARK
13, Winston Tomlinson Buch U. S. ROYAL MASTER TIRES: F'REM1UM

>r the mile. He will compete I holz 4 feet 2 Inches. Mrs. Willie Cauthen ; PLUGS

>r GUS next year. I Shot Pat C= I mcAI.chua
Smith's relay ; TRANSMISSION
Kirby 440 -
i All Mike Kir- OILY
ages, Langley, Rr. IN SETS OF S MOTOR
turned In for 10
earn a :69.8 FLUID

nd under and Latsko was an- by holz Smith; Tom; Allen White Kirby Buchholz, Buch-; Fla. < "j ; : I 14 6 qf1. 9fC TYPE 'A'

;hor man. Buckholz team Tom Hicks, Sidney Lanier;I .... :: ..... :.t 1\\ .,
erne from 20 yards back to ur 22cc.
Dean Bass Kirby Smith; 26 I tow or 3OW
Lake Forest the 14 and Factory ReOwllt and
1 dp goer division. feet 1 inch.Broad Jump J=> '. -' -: Facial >waranle.0 TKe tee ... .,Etyl

Results: 100-yard Dash 12 and under; Wayne Norris,

r 9 and Under Sidney Lanier; Bryant Cowart,

John Neller Jr., LitUew ood Kirby Smith; Jimmy Latsko GAINESVILLEACRES

Jimmy Padgett Kerby Smith. Kirby! Smith; Frank Blanchi.BachboU tOa };:

as.8. ; Lewis Marchano, I I MOTOR ThI l- I FREE, PARKINGU.
10 and 11, Latsko, Kirby Littlewood; ,John NeDer Lit ;

faith; Lewis Marchano, Lit- tlewood; Brent Globs, .Kirby S. 441 N. at 23rd Blvd.
'ewood.:13.5. Smith; Masaya Kohl, Little- '-.

12, Winston Tomlinsoo, Lake wood; 12 ,feet 6 laches. :c OPEN 9 AM-9 PM SUN. 12-7 PM

Forest; Bryant Cowart, Kirby There will be competitionin CADILLAC I OLDSMOBILE I I .

smith; Frank Bianchi, Bucb- _the 100-yard dash, 880-yard Phone 376-8292

wlz, 135. relay, '440-yard dash, discus,
2001 N.W. 13th ST. FR 6-7515
13 and 14, Ronnie No r rill, broad jump and mile next I
iidney Lanier; Mike La ngle, week.

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06 Gainesville Sun Sunday, June.28, 1964
>!: "" ._, J
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11. Market Averages .
..y '..... ,
REPORT ," 11 J y",:"

REVIEW Reach New Highs .' UCB' :',

...1 .
F : By ED MORSEAP entirely convincing to veteran
Business News Writer market analysts.

BKBPR SBB NEW YORK (AP-The stock "The proof of the puddingwill For Our Personal
/ ; a9 .f./ be what the market doeson
:nC'ws '. 3 :4-j r'+ior'yrvT market last week completed a
T' ,.1, ; f n.tkpty Monday," said one stock Brand of ServiceWe
?ai ay t$ a yt!?0'.. < .. seven-week period of consolidation -
/ I"t y. ,t. .Q analyst
> '' dr i :/r %" :
and advanced to historic Want You To

historic highs in the popular The Associated Press averageof Know: Our Employees !
60 stocks rose 3.3 to 311.5,

stock market averages. the latest in a series of record ..,' "' ".,"',....,.,,,,,,,, ,,,..., <<,.......,..., '",..,
...' "W\, .'.,"". .!> ;
The business news. background peaks it has been aiming priorto I':: ,,> '. ." :,
to Wall Street was not I Friday's high in the Dow In- t r

n a y, of the best and market action I dustrials. :

Standard Poor's 500-stock ; 'I.
was irregular much of the I '
index stood at an all-time rec-
time. As selective strength rotated
JH ord of 81.46.Volume 1 J
from stock to stock and :
of shares
group to group, however, it all 22,959,832
topped the previous week's 22-, ;
added up to a new peak for Jt.
stocks on the New York Stock .830,300 and was the highest
since the week ended May 23 a
Exchange.The t.
when 23.8 million shares

Dow Jones industrial average -changed hands. t :
this week rose 5.74 to a The Dow industrials made .4, t w

record closing high of 830.99, their peak on Friday. Indus- .;
topping the previous closing trials and rails got in gear, 1 H. G. Weaver
record of 830.17 made on May
despite some mixed economicnews. Mr. Weaver custodian of

7. i'' our parking lot, is the first of
In the seven weeks since May June was a month of rising our employees to Greet you
bond prices with U.S. government when enter the bank from
7, the Dow Industrials took a you
issues reaching, and in the parking lot.
sharp, 30-point drop to "cor-
rect" the sustained march to many cases holding, at 1964 For several yean he has assisted
peaks. Rails and industrialswere you In parking or directed -
A Little record highs, and then climbedout
SpadeworkFrancis of the trough to about the the leaders among cor- ,. activity toward the "drive-
porates. up" window to expedite traf-'
same level as May 7.
C. Miller, left, and Mayor Howard McKinney toss the first shovel-full of dirt at the ground Corporate volume on the exchange fie. Your free parking ticket is
breaking for the new Volkswagen and Porsche facilities at 4222 N.W. 13th St. :Miller-Brown Motors, Since the record was made for the four weeks also issued by him.

dealer for the two automobiles here since October, 1958, plans to move into the new structure Novem- by less than a full point and in ended Friday totaled $195,716800 ,-

ber 1, 1961.Florida. rather slack,trading, it was not par value.
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2nd U.S. Savings and Loan SealA FSLIC operations examiners.are surveyed by Two Birthday CelebrationsFor

The FSLIC, a self supporting -

In Deaths Symbol of SecurityThe its own government way through. agency income, pays Guaranty Federal

from premiums and from investments
familiar seal of the Fed may have a $10,000 account in Guaranty Federal Savingsand hold 96 per cent of all the na
FromTetanusJACKSONVILLEFlorida in government bonds.
eral Savings and Loan Insurance -his'own name; his wife may I Loan Association is taking -tion's savings and loan assets.
After met the
Corporation is worth looking have a $10,000 account in her expenses are part in a nationwide birthday -
surplus goes into the insurance Leo J. Thomas, who is presi-
has for because it has become a name, and an additional $10,000 celebration this month, in said
I dent of Guaranty Federal,
had 102 deaths from teta-i"symbol of security" to more may be held in an account un- reserve This fund, the financial. reservoir -addition to observing its own establishment of the FSLIC was I LOW COST >
nus between 1958 and 1962, mak- than accord- der child's
34,000,000 savers, a name. eighth anniversary.As in federal
the FSLIC'spromise "a milestone legislation -
ing it second to Texas' 259, the ing to Wade Harrison, presidentof Further possibilities for extended backing of insuring up the safetyof one of the more than regarding financial in- r.rci. i -
State Board of Health said this First Federal Savings and 4,400 associations whose savers
stitutions in this It [CONVENIENT
coverage are providedby savings in member institu- country. TERM >
week. Loan here. are protected by the Federal
accounts. The husband- and loan as-
joint tions, now totals more than provided savings
Oliver H. Boorde, director of; But how does insurance of accounts -and-wtfe may have one account a billion dollars. In addition, Savings and Loan Insurance sociation savers with the same mi

the board's Division of Public in a savings and loan as- jointly; husband-and-child may in the event of a national financial -; Corporation, the institution is protection accorded depositorsin I INSURANCE INCLUDED
Health Statistics, said there sociation work? And is there a have another; wife andchild emergency, the FSLIC is helping mark the 30th anni- banks; and it contributed toward
were 1,281 deaths reported from Jimit to the amount of money may have another, and all three authorized to borrow money versary of the FSLIC. the development of a
tetanus across the nation during that can be protected by this wife, husband and child from the U. S. Treasury.All The FSLIC, which insures system of specialized thrift in- I
for insurance? may have still another joint ac federal savings and loan accounts of savers up to $10- stitutions capable of meetingthe
the five-year period a I PROMPT ACTION
000, was created by Congresson
Harrison notes that when an count.In associations have FSLIC insure home financing demandsof
rate 100,000 population of
per June 27 1934. The growth "
0.1 Florida was tied with Geor association is allowed to displaythe this manner, a couple with ance, and the majority of asso and extent of the FSLIC the busy postwar years.
seal, it means that a permanent -I child could have to $70 ciations chartered by the states system the
gia for fifth place with a rate one up can be shown by the fact Thomas noted that ,over
of 0.4 being preceded by Arkansas agency of the United 000 of savings insured in the have it too. State chartered that insured associations now years, no saver has lost a I CREDIT BUILD-UP>

Louisiana, Mississippi and States government has agreedto same association. With more associations are permitted to penny covered by FSLIC in-
Texas. protect the funds of that in- than one child in the family, terminate their FSLIC insuranceif surance. He added that on
stitution's savings customers up additional possibilitiesfor they wish, but if this is 3 Realtors those few occasions when in-
Florida has later figures for to $10,000."In joint accounts exist, and of done, account holders in the sured associations ran into
the state-1959-63, during which other words, FSLIC insur- course the family could divers! I association must be given ample trouble, the FSLIC moved into

there were 33 deaths among ance coverage applies directlyto fy by opening accounts in other I notice of the action. Moreover HonoredThree I protect savers promptly."Our .
whites; 61 among nonwhites. the savers, not to the insti- insured savings and loan asso > funds in the association at association is proud and r

Male deaths outnumbered female -tution's management," he said. ciations. the time the insurance is term Gainesville Realtorswere privileged to help the FSLIC

deaths 3 to 2. "The association pays the in- First Federal, marking Its inated will continue to be in- honored at the regular I observe its 30th birthday," '". '

Age groups most affected surance premiums, but the own 28th anniversary, now has' sured for two years. meeting of the association Friday -Thomas said.EXPERT.

during the 1959-63 period were FSLIC promises that if the asso- assets of approximately $30 mil- for sponsoring new mem- BANK
ciation later runs into difficultyfor Berlin Tax Low I bers during this
the 4 years and under and the lion.Harrison year.
45 and older. These two groups any reason whatsoever, its said the chief reason Winners of the awards were TREESURGERY _

accounted for 74 per cent of savers will be paid off promptly for the perfect record of FSLIC BONN (AP-West Berlinerswere Alonzo Frank Green, Dan Byrd
and in the full amount in- since 1934 is the caliber of and Howard .
all deaths and 64 per cent of high voted a five-year exten- McKinney.The
all cases. sured. the managements of the more sion of the tax exemptions they awards are part of a
Currently, the FSLIC protects than 4,400 savings and loan as- enjoy for the hardships of living campaign by the Florida Asso- *De-mossing
Boorde said this possibly in- savers in memberassociationsup sociations in the /" *C vity LOANFOR
FSLIC Sys- beside the Red wall and occa- ciation of Realtors to encourage Work .
dicates that a substantial num- to $10,000. However, a fami- tem. To qualify for FSLIC in- sional Communist harassment. local boards to secure new z \ *Pruning
ber of children have not been ly with more than $10,000 in sav- surance, an association must West Berlin income taxes are Realtor members during the -*Tree-

immunized against tetanus and ings can easily arrange for follow sound, prudent lendingand 30 per cent less than those of year. The drive continues Removal
that adults have not kept the added insurance *Bracing
up coverage, according operating policies, ant 30.
the federal republic. through September s *Grove
immunization for them- -
proper to Harrison.For must maintain adequate re- Pruning
selves. instance, the husband serves. Periodically, books and '. HOMEr

the Pierce,Wulbern, Murphey Free Inspection and Estimates = REMODELINGVACATION

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH o Corp. tJ 1' t&.a.& [
\ 33 V2 'N. MAIN ST. PHONE 376-1291 car a

Members New York Stock Exchange'
20 NW 16th Ate. FR 6-2661
Robert W Kuhn Hdrry 5. Myles I

Training Teenage' Dropouts AUTOMOBILE
r I (New Cars Up To 36


By Sylvia Porter
---- Gainesville's Window Air Conditioner Dealer
Our accelerating economic will stay as long as it takes to skills In areas where worker Largest .r TRAILERHOUSE

tolerable levels, the increase in educate them for today's job shortages exist; an after-school :

available jobs is catching up market-possibly up to two or arts and culture program for BEAT

to the rise in the size of our three years. 5,000 teenagers, with cIa sse s SALE .', J.
labor force. Our unemployment There will be a large coun- and workshops in areas TRAILER
problem is at last nar- seling staff to work with each I stretching from sculpture 1 to THE HEAT

rowing down to the plight of student, and the entire staff -' stage acting. t
the uneducated and thus unem- even including maintenance I BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES FURNITURE
ployable teenager.At workers-will be required to (3)) The Detroit Eastern High LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDA ;..
the core of this problemis have had previous experience!School experiment.This and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville. t

of course, the school dropout in working with children. The school, to be completed APPLIANCESWe
Sell of Admiral Air Conditioners- :
and the effort to redeem teacher-student ratio will be an in 1965, offers another solutionto We Also Large Quantities f
first class unit with good prices. y :w
this boy and girl is reaching extravagant one-to-10, city slum educational prob- a

dramatic proportions. Here are The cost per.student per yearis lems. In this project backed COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices.'t.
three illustrations of programs estimated at $%,000, but the by- a Ford Foundation grant, HOME,
We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. 4'" FHA & VA
actually underway or in the return on this investment say all traditional school subjects : t
blueprint stage. educators, will be huge. such as English, History and / 30-35 YEARS
(1)) The vocational boarding (2)) The Harlem plan in New Math will be abandoned and-no L"\.,\, /1t--' ; ,'

school program. York City. distinction will be made be- All units. ere FlushMounted. NEMA Cools Mohtvre Dctivered 3.-:. "..,'?.'. :':
Probably beginning next This program, involving $117 tween academic and vocational BTU 54. Removal Price ."J .
five vocational Rhin', Amp Volts r--:. pis Is'. .f Unit ii,;!' : "; :
year, boarding million in public funds, could I programs. Thermostat ,-
schools will be built on the serve as a model for the salvaging Study courses instead will Controlled 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 ?, .,_,atv

model of the college campus to and educational-up fall into seven major occupa- SooO 8 115 290 1.7 128.97

accommodate 1,000 dropoutsand grading of shun youth the nation -tional categories for instance, 1.2-3 Speed Fan.Slideout 6,200 7Yz 115 875 1.8 152.50
Chassis 10,000 11 230 375 2.75 181.97 ,
academic misfits apiece. over. The project devisedby services
retailing, social serv-
11 230
14,000 610 4.6 199.97
Provided for in the historic Vo- educators, counselors, psychologists iees. In the 10th grade the All Certified NEMA 15,000 11.6 230 920 4' 215.00
cational Education Act of 1963, and teenagers them student will decide which cate- CN.l Rated. .
16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 :
the schools will run year-round, selves, proposes a wide rangeof gory interests him most and Prices include: A FULL SERVICE BANK
will be co-educational and will novel attacks on the drop will begin specialized study Delivery 1-Year 17,500 11 230 1,040 5 23500
offer a wide range of academic out-juvenile delinquency prob "practice work" in this cate- Service. Parts fir 19,000 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 63.97 7 ALWAYS WELCOME
Labor .4S'Years 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75
and vocational courses, including By the 11th grade, about
lem.Among Warranty e* SealedRefrifleratio 25,000 16 230 1,500 a 304.50
basic literacy and them are: pre-school half his courses will fall into! : Systems.GAINESVILLE'S .
crafts. centers for 3 to 5-year-olds to his "major" occupational field]

Through intensive testing build up cultural and edu- and his other courses also will LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST
procedures, educators will try cational background before be geared closely to it.
to pinpoint the best potentialsIn children enter elementaryschool These three suggest the seal
each student, and the ; after-school centers for of the attack and it's a certainty Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50, Comment Window or thru Well $22.50

schools will work closely with tutoring; a mandatory ."read that there will be more radical 10% DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW" FINANCE CHARGES
local industry and employment ing mobilization year" in experiments in the future-
agencies. It's likely that the which each child would do all aimed at upgrading the ed-
schools will be built' In suburbsto nothing but read until he ucation and skills of our entire Wo Self md lastaQ .
move stadents from city reaches his class level; special nation. The problems of the untrained CentralAir C. B Bohannon Jr

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