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Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Gainesville Pub. Co.
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June 21, 1964
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87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
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Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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STARKE Tornado -
Fred Primo has a dozen reasons to celebrate Father's Day today. Here are ten of winds struck out of a
them, with Mr. and Mrs. Primo at their home at 1106 N.E. 21st Ave. Two daughters, Lake
sky at Kingsley
Mrs. Terry Burgess, 21, and Diane, 13, couldn't attend the family line-up, but these of
playing a giant
could: (from left, first row) Pamela, 9; Betsy, and Susan, 4, sitting on their Dad's with some 3,000 game picnickers
j lap; Alexis, 2, being held by her mother; and Deborah, 7. Behind them are Fred Jr., leaving at least 26 of
19; Steve, 17; Janice, 11; Mike, 15, and Richard, 18. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis). jured.

The winds, which ,

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., picnic shelters and tossed There's a new car under there. Yester
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (CAP) nedy's bedside by Secretary of broken in Kennedy's back-the crete blocks and sheets day's high winds twisted a huge limb
-A team of medical specialists Defense Robert S. McNamara, third lumbar vertebrae in the about like straws. 12)r'a from a tree at Second Avenue and Twelfth
r Saturday termed Sen. EdwardM. said one of the three vertebrae (See KENNEDY on Page 2)) Estimated by a Clay Street and it dropped across the wind-
Kennedy, D-Mass., who sufi deputy at up to 85 shield of this 1964 sedan, owned by Ralph
fered a broken back in a plane hour, the wind struck Additional picturesOn Koldhoff, 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave. "Swell," he
crash Friday night in "good Gainesville Girl northeast at about 1:40 Page 13AHigh said dryly, "I just had a 1,000-mile check
condition" and eliminated the A Jacksonville up." Damage was estimated at several
} possibility of any paralysis. H. Tisdel, said there hundred dollars.

,' The doctors from Washing warning. "It came all of
ton's Walter Reed Hospital flew Is Melon den," he said.' sun
QueenBy 57 Perish
I into Northampton on President shining. There" was no Winds
\ Johnson's Air Force One jet and at all." ,

made an extensive examination BOB MEEKERSun .._ The area hit is at the In Formosa
1 of the 32-year-old brother of the .... "..- ern end of Kingsley
Staff Writer Hit GVille ..
late President John F. Kennedy. r; damage was done in ws "
NEWBERRY Pert and minutes time.The .. .-
i' Kennedy was hurt in the crash .. "Air CrashTAIPEI
andKennedy's .pretty Janis Lynn Biewend, of roofs of ftVee
that killed the plane's pilot -
administrative aide Gainesville, was crowned 1964 were blown off at 'New up to 40 miles parts of the west side of town
Queen of Watermelons at the ley Beach. Manager Bill the weaken with some stones described as Formosa (APj-The
orchard South-
in an apple near Newberry Festival yesterday.The beck said the entire that whipped "big as golf balls." dash on takeoff of a Nationalist
ampton, Mass. brown- Florida in Although there was no damage Chinese airliner killed 57 per-
eyed, areas was destroyed.
Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., and haired 17 year-old beauty is a timated damage at New yesterday, felling or measurable rain at the sons Saturday night. U.S. sources -
his wife also were injured in lines. airport other areas of town, on Formosa said 20 Ameri- .
senior at to
Gainesville High School ley $25,000 $
p the crash but both were termedin Aviation Agency primarily in the southwestern cans were on board. .
Clay County Civil
and lives with her aunt and un
good condition with lesser in- at the Gainesville sector were the scene of fallen U.S. officials said the Americans
cle, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Avera. rector Ray Chance, who
juries.Dr. the storm trees lines and included
move limbs power eight service men
hand with his
Sara Sanders 18, daughter of rescue unit
Charles W. Metz, an orthopedic city at approxi- toppled TV antennas. and four dependents. Airline of- t
b that 15 cars at New
surgeon at Walter Reed Mrs. J. 0 Sanders of High The Gainesville Utilities Department ficials said their identities would
said it was possible that Ken- Springs was first runner-up. '. Beach debris were and nine damaged cars by at high winds, heavy said major damage not be released until their next
nedy would need surgery Sara is a 1964 graduate of San- land's that lasted appeared to be along S. W. 2nd of kin had been notified. I
though this was not definitely ta Fe High School Landing. were the storm moved Avenue between 11th and 13th Police said the twin-engine r
determined. He said the periodof Nancy Willingham 18, also of damaged.The the northeast. Streets. The utilities departmentwas aircraft crashed near the village -
Clay County
recovery would be from six Gainesville, was second runner- fice estimated areas of the swamped with trouble calls of Shenkang (Divine Hill)
to eight months. up. Nancy is a 1964 GHS grad- "*V*. :a damage streets and crept for several hours after the about 12 miles from FengyuangSee
The doctors, ordered to Ken. (See MELON on Page 13) QUEEN"JANISWhich (See BEACH on Page ) Hail fell in storm. ( CRASH on Page 2)


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JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer downtown, away from the the business district is $1 S. W 3rd Street from N. W. I
Exactly 267 paces west and south of the courthouse sprawling shopping centers. million. 5th Avenue; N. E 2nd Street Shopping?

there's a duplex outhouse. City officials, on the brink of This includes widening 2nd south to N. E. 3rd Street; East ,.. .
Modern, however. They flush. a $6 million capital improve- Avenue from 6th Street (the 3rd Street; East 7th Street and r. '.;'
The outhouses behind the Broadway Cafe on S.W. 1st ments program that will directly railroad tracks at the A and P) Boulevard, with extension from j
Avenue are a little closer to another landmark. They are inject more than $2 million to Main Street and extending University Avenue to S. E. 5th 1
50 paces due cast of the proposed into downtown Gainesville, are Boulevard from its dead end Avenue. 1 1I I
city hall site selected spending many careful hourson at East University Avenue near East west arterial routes in- .
Thursday night by the City (First article of a series.) Jt
downtown data. Kirby Smith School ultimatelyto elude 8th Avenue University t
Plan Board. Central business improve- S. E. 5th Avenue. Avenue 2nd Avenue and Depot.
r Like a chameleon downtown One school of thought encourages ments under the city's bond issue The thoroughfare plan sets up East west collector streetsare Slum? *: -. -+: Gov't? I
Gainesville is changing. downtown development of include $1.5 million for city two north south arterial routes 5th Avenue, 4th Avenue anda
Unlike a chameleon the ex- city county government facil- hall and $250,000 for library ex on N. W. 6th Street with a connecting link between N. W.
act shade is wavering. ities and related services suchas pansion. (Officials are contem- proposed extension from S. W. 4th and 5th Avenues. I.

Views on what the future of professional offices. Another plating combining the two in a 2nd Avenue to Depot and th e Study guides for officials Include ,, ... .., .. ..1.- ..-" -
Courthouse Square and its immediate emphasizes the need to retain city complex arrangement.) second artery is North Main. a 139 age comprehensivestudy .:
periphery the core of existing downtown businessesand The allocation for a downtown North south collector streetsare "Downtown Gainesville" 1 ,- I
business district in planning jar- develop new shopping mag- arterial collector street thor- N. W. 2nd Street with an special surveys prepared by vProfessional ,. y.. : .,
gon \ary. nets to draw shoppers back to oughfare plan to unclog traffic extension west to 3rd Street and new Plan Director David Gods-

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NORM LaCOE. Sun Staff Writer No one else was there.

. ;. (Norm LaCoe a new member of the Sun staff, here notes his In a department store, only I.L. '4; fans hurried. I lingered I
impressions during a mid-day: walk downtown. A Florida State glad for a moment out of the sun. Then, having nothing to buy, I
__ University graduate LaCoe has been a newsman for the Pensa- went out again onto the pavement so hot that it scorched the
cola News-Journal and the Associated Press in Tallahassee and leather of my shoe soles.

My jacket over my shoulder, I stood on a corner. Watching cars i
I went for a walk in the sun one day last week, through down- pass. Out of the shimmering east they came and hurried off to i,
town Gainesville. I was looking for a city.It vanish in the west. Pretty soon they all came back again, dissolving -
into heat waves in the east. Their tags bragged about Georgia
kind of The kind when businesslies
hot, day.
was a very August
peaches and Ohio and Florida sunshine. _
limp in the shade and the cash registers all fall fast asleep.
One car stopped for a red traffic light. ;
One-eyed parking meters stared at me as I walked. Smart and J
metallic, they stood guard over empty, hot asphalt beds or ranksof "Mister car,*' I said, because after walking in the hot sun fora
baking automobiles.The while it seemed all right to talk to cars, "Mister car, why not ;
EI stop .and rest. See our town. Meet our people. Buy something
people hurried the few there were of them. Anxious, I maybe."
II suppose to escape the barren streets into the cool caves of air
.T conditioned stores. But the car didn't hear. Or didn't care. It ran away to streets l'1
of shade and quiet<< leaving me to stand hot and alone
on !
i Complete With Duplex Outhouse downtown Walking Gainesville and looking?" I asked myself: "Where is the City in corner. .rs r.'

Should the new city hall go up on the S.W. 2nd Street property here that includes sWell t
part of the First Federal parking lot, right, and the corner lot next, door, left, the and movement. A City is beauty and comfort. **R?
will include a City Is vitality 'Slowly walked I, looking. An old awning reached out and
view.. from the new building a contemporary duplex outhouse, fore- drew 'I
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STARKE Tornado like
Fred Primo has a dozen reasons to celebrate Father's Day today. Here are ten of winds struck out of a sunshineysky J Jr
them, with Mr. and Mrs. Primo at their home at 1106 N.E. 21st Ave. Two daughters, Lake : i: :
at Kingsley yesterday, I c-
Mrs. Terry Burgess, 21, and Diane, 13, couldn't attend the family line-up, but these playing a giant game of ten-pins ? <
> could: (from left, first row) Pamela, 9; Betsy, 5, and Susan, 4, sitting on their Dad's with some 3,000 picnickers and
J lap; Alexis, 2, being held by her mother; and Deborah, 7. Behind them are Fred Jr., leaving at least 26 of them in-
19; Steve, 17; Janice, 11; Mike, 15, and Richard, 18. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis). jured. ,, : i ir

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estimated $30,000 to $40,000 dam-
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picnic shelters and tossed con- There's a new car under there. Yester \
Mass. (AP) nedy's bedside by Secretary of broken in Kennedy's back-the crete blocks and sheets of tin day's high winds twisted a huge limb
-A team of medical specialists Defense Robert S. McNamara, third lumbar vertebrae in the about like straws. rrrunch from a tree at Second Avenue and Twelfth
r Saturday termed Sen. EdwardM. said one of the three vertebrae (See KENNEDY on Page 2)) Estimated by a Clay County Street and it dropped across the wind-
Kennedy, D-Mass., who suffered deputy at up to 85 miles per shield of this 1964 sedan, owned by Ralph
,I'. a broken back in a plane hour, the wind struck from the Additional pictures Koldhoff, 1216 S.W. 2nd Ave. "Swell," he
crash Friday night, in "goodcondition" Gainesville Girl northeast at about 1:40 p.m.A On Page 13A said dryly, "I just had a 1,000-mile checkup. -
and eliminated the Jacksonville policeman, W. ." Damage was estimated at several
I I possibility of any paralysis. H. Tisdel, said there was no hundred dollars.

\' The doctors from Washing- warning. "It came all of a sud-
ton's Walter Reed Hospital flew Is Melon den," he said."The sun was
57 PerishIn
) I into Northampton on President QueenBy shining. There was no warningat High Winds
Johnson's Air Force One jet and all." ,
made an extensive examination The area hit is at the northern .
BOB MEEKERSun ........ Formosa
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of the 32-year-old brother of the ,. of Kingsley
Staff Writer "' Hail Hit G'villeHail .... ..
late President John F. Kennedy. damage was done in about 10 .' "
1 Kennedy was hurt in the crash NEWBERRY Pert. minutes time.. v:Air: CrashTAIPEI
pretty Janis Lynn Biewend, '
The roofs of tHree.. pavilionswere
that killed the andKennedy's ;
administrative plane's pilot aide Gainesville, was crowned b. blown off at New Kings- and winds up to 40 milesan parts of the west side of town, "
Queen of Watermelons at hour followed the weakened with some stones described as Formosa (AP-The
Beach. Bill Helsa-
ley Manager
in an apple orchard near Southampton Newberry Festival yesterday.The beck said the entire pavilion thunderstorm that whipped "big as golf balls." clash on takeoff of a Nationalist
Mass. through northeastern Florida into Although there was no dam- Chinese airliner killed 57 per-
brown eyed, brownhair areas was destroyed. He es
Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., and I' t Gainesville yesterday, felling age or measurable rain at the sons Saturday night. U.S. sources
d 17 is timated damage at New Kings-
year-old beauty
his wife also were injured in I Ii trees and powe.- lines. airport, other areas of town, on Formosa said 20 Ameri-
Gainesville High School ley Beach at $25,000 to $30,000.
M the crash but both were termedin The Federal Aviation Agency primarily in the southwesternsector cans were on board. .
Clay County Civil Defense Di-
and lives with her aunt and uncle
good condition with lesser in- flight station at the Gainesville were the scene of fallen U.S. officials said the Ameri-
Mr. and Mrs..W. N. Avera.Sara rector Ray Chance, who was on
juries.Dr. said the storm trees limbs lines and included rervice
airport mov- power cans eight men
hand with his unit said
1 Charles. Metz, an orth- Sanders, 18, daughter rescue ed across the city at approxi- toppled TV antennas. and four dependents. Airline of- I
opedic surgeon at Walter Reed, Mrs. J. 0 Sanders, of that 15 cars at New Kingsley mately 2 p.m. The Gainesville Utilities Department ficials said their identities would
1 said it was possible that Ken- Springs, was first runnerup.Sara Beach were damaged by falling It brought high winds, heavy said major damage not be released until their next
debris and nine at Strickland's -
nedy' would need surgery is a 1964 graduate of Santa rain and lightning that lastedan appeared to be along S. W. 2nd of kin had been notified. t
Landing were similarly
though this was not definitely Fe High SchooL hour. Then the storm moved Avenue, between 11th and 13th Police said the twin-engine r
1 determined. He said the periodof Nancy Willingham, 18, also damaged.The southwest, from the northeast. Streets. The utilities departmentwas aircraft crashed near the vil-
recovery would be from six Gainesville, was second Clay County sheriff's office Rain in several areas of the swamped with trouble calls lage of Shenkang (Divine Hill)

to eight months. up. Nancy is a 1964 GHS gradSee --" ;1.._.. __ i estimated damage at city covered streets and crept for several hours after the about 12 miles from FengyuangSee
The doctors, ordered Ken ( MELON on Page 13) QUEEN JANIS (See BEACH on Page 12)) into low buildings. Hail fell in storm. ( CRASH on Page 2))

.I.. IREVITALIZING1 o-__ DOWNTOWN ] to'S Which Way Is Downtown Going? I Iin

By JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer away from the the business district is $1 S. W 3rd Street from N. W. ? I Ir II
Exactly 267 paces west and south of the shopping centers. million. 5th Avenue; N. E 2nd Street Shopping '_

there's a duplex outhouse. City officials, on the brink of This includes widening 2nd south to N. E. 3rd Street; East "
Modern, however. They flush. $6 million capital improve- Avenue from 6th Street (the 3rd Street; East 7th Street and .
The outhouses behind the Broadway Cafe on S.W. program,that will direct- railroad tracks at the A and P) Boulevard, with extension from s : 'j
Avenue are a little closer to another landmark. They inject more than $2 million to Main Street and extending University Avenue to S. E. 5th .
50 paces due east of the proposed downtown Gainesville, are Boulevard from its dead end Avenue. r

city hall site selected many careful hours at East University Avenue near East west arterial routes in- .
Thursday night by the City (First article of a series.
downtown data. Kirby Smith School ultimatelyto clude 8th Avenue, University t
Plan Board. Central business improve- S. E. 5th Avenue. Avenue, 2nd Avenue and Depot. I
I Like a chameleon downtown One school of thought under the city's bond is- The thoroughfare plan sets up East west collector streetsare Slum? (- -ter: Gov't?

Gainesville is changing. ages downtown development include $1.5 million for city two north south arterial routeson 5th Avenue, 4th Avenue anda

Unlike a chameleon, the ex- city county government and $250,000 for library ex- N. W. 6th Street with a connecting link between N. W.

act shade is wavering. ities and related services, (Officials are contem- proposed extension from S. W. 4th and 5th Avenues. f'
Views on what the future of as professional offices. combining the two in a 2nd Avenue to Depot and th e Study guides for officials in- J 55 5 -

Courthouse Square and its immediate emphasizes the need to complex arrangement.) second artery is North Main. clude a 139 age comprehensivestudy .
periphery the core of existing downtown The allocation for a downtown North south collector streetsare "Downtown Gainesville," .

business district in planning jargon and develop new shopping collector street thor- N. W. 2nd Street with an special surveys prepared by yProfessional .. ,I
I 1\ vary. nets to draw shoppers back plan to unclog traffic extension west to 3rd Street and new Plan Director David Gods- '
N. W. 5th Avenue and east to chalk and the planning departSee -, ?
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NORM LaCOE. Sun Staff Writer No one else was there.

(Norm LaCoe, a new member of the Sun staff, here notes his In a department store, only l.L -Lo fans hurried. I lingered, I
impressions during a mid-day walk downtown. A Florida State glad for a moment out of the sun. Then having nothing to buy. I
University graduate, LaCoe has been a newsman for the Pensa- went out again onto the pavement so hot that it scorched the
cola News-Journal and the Associated Press in Tallahassee and leather of my shoe soles.

My jacket over my shoulder, I stood on a corner. Watching cars !
I went for a walk in the sun one day last week, through downtown pass. Out of the shimmering east they came, and hurried off to ,
Gainesville. I was looking for a city. vanish in the west. Pretty soon they all came back again dissolving
into heat waves in the east. Their tags bragged about Georgia I
hot, kind of day. The kind when businesslies
It was a very August peaches and Ohio and Florida sunshine.One .
.. limp in the shade, and the cash registers all fall fast asleep.
car stopped for a red traffic light.
One-eyed parking meters stared at me as I walked. Smart and i

metallic, they stood guard over empty, hot asphalt beds, or ranksof "Mister car,*' I said, because after walking in the hot sun for j ja
sti r baking automobiles. while it seemed all right to talk to cars, "Mister car, why not
Li stop ,and rest. See our town. Meet our people. Buy something
rn The people hurried, the few there were of them. Anxious, I maybe. 10-
J suppose, to escape the barren ,streets into the cool caves of air
- \ '- conditioned stores. But the car didn't bear. Or didn't care. It ran away, to streets i I
of shade and quiet, leaving me to stand hot and alone
Complete With Duplex OuthouseShould downtown Walking Gainesville and looking." I asked myself: "Where is the City in corner. on my 1

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,> vtl ; igbts'- Bill Heads for Quick House Approval

WASHINGTON ,(AP-After) applauded the action declar. came predictions of, disaster a line that trailed under the pillars senators left the floor. Many, 'discrimination in: obtain the equal protectionof As sent back to the House the

83 days of debate',;:the* longest ing"Senate from" some Dixie governors.? Al- and down the broad Senate however, stopped to congratulate -: Motels and hotels, eating the laws. bill contains more: than 100 Senate .,

in its history,.the(Senata passed .passaged: ,the rights abama's George,C. Wallace pre steps. the Republican leader, Everett -places, gasoline stations and entertainment An underlying theme ,of the changes but preserves the.

the: civil rights bi Friday mgfifiy buTTs": 'a";maJor' step toward dicted the Am rican people All 100 senators were on hand, M. Dirksen; and Sen. Hubert -' centers, and some bill is a shift to federal court broad framework of the"legisla- .

equal opportunities. for all Am., "will remove from office those including Sen. Clair Eagle,. I)- H. Humphrey, D-Minn., the other places of public accom- injunctions as a principal method -tion passed by that branch 290 ,

:: an overwhelming] vote. ericans. I congratulate senatorsof .responsible." Calif., recuperating from two bill's floor manager, for their modation. of enforcement of civil to 130.

With that historilT: ,.hurdfe both parties who' worked' to' :Since'Feb. 10, when the House brain operations, who was rolledup bipartisan efforts in driving the I ,All phases of employment, in- rights. This involves the tacit The Senate version appears'

:clear d the bilTgdes to the make: passage possible."I ; passed its version of the rightsbill the aisle in a wheel chair. bill through. 'eluding hiring, firing, promotions assumption it is hard to get certain to become the law,,perhaps

House on Monday; where it Isexpected look forward to the: day,I the focus of attention has The roll call moved swiftly Democratic Leader Mike and union membership. convictions under criminal within two weeks,"because

to receive which will,'not be' long ,forth: been on the Senate where the and at 7:50 pjn. it was over. Mansfield remained on the floorto I Federally assisted state and statutes. House leaders say they .expect.
prompt approvaL coming, when the bill becomes bill faced its deepest peril from to accept the revisions. Speaker
...",' ; The bill had passed. The gallery announce the legislative pro- local proggams. Federal funds The measure would also
*" law.. 'That will be a milestone' the Southerners' razor-sharp broke Into applause. gram for next week when the would be cut off if the discrimination -broaden two acts John W. McCormack, "D -

House leaders predicted that hr-America's progress toward parliamentary weapons of delay Voting for it were 46 Democrats Senate plunges into a massive is not ended.In previous on II Mass., said he Is confident the

after a, brief struggle the measure -full, J justice for all her citizens." and filibuster. and 27 backlog of work. Then, althoughmost addition the bill would voting rights, establishing bID will be In the President's

-to arm the federal government Civil rights leaders also hailed Finally the filibuster was Republicans. senators were gone, he greatly increase the of among other things that an applicant hands by July 4.

with the greatest power passage of the measure as "an broken when the Senate voted Against it were 21 Democrats kept the Senate in session long the attorney general. power to register is presumed I Leaders said they believe

since Reconstructioa to:attack act jof good wilL and reconciliation" June. 10, for the first time, to -jncluding 20 Southernersandsix enough to pass 50 minor bills. literate If he has a 6th grade Rules Committee Chairman
racial discrimination; will be and "the greatest single invoke cloture on a civil rights Republicans, including Sen. He could sue to desegregate education; extend the Civil Howard W. Smith, D-Va., a bit-
on President Johnson's desk triumph for human rights in our debate. That :set the stage for Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the bill breaks new groundfor schools and public facilities Rights Commission to 1968, and ter foe of the bill, could delayit

ready to be sign d.mto. law by country since Emancipation: Fridays vote.Spectators front-running candidate for his federal civil rights law, at such as parks and libraries and set up a community relations only 'about eight 'days Thus

July 4. Proclamation" ;I fammed the visit- party's presidential nomination. least in modern times, in three could assist individuals in a service to try to help In solving the final vote could come on

.- In San Francisco, Johnson From the South however,I ors gallery and overflowed into After the roll call most of the respects. It would ban racial wide variety of cases brought to racial discrimination disputes. June 30 or July 1.


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ment and the familiar pocket of heat with an unwashed -fountains murmured. The sun lower
man -on- back-was split in
Gov. William W. Richard Jackman, chair. ZONE \..__.... \
the street observation that store window for com was bright. The air too hot. "
Scranton, aroused by a tumult- man of the New Hampshire del A: Clear to partly cloudy and warm I.terns. sideways. p
through Sunday night with scattered downtown Gainesville has prob-} pany.I
uous welcome at the Massachusetts -egation, said Scranton is the afternoon thundershowere. Highest Sunday I. Cool shade, green trees, mur- But the Injury, the doctors
Republican, State Conven- second choice of the majorityof 88 to U.BeD. L\ U.l* I. went on down by City Hall. muring water. I walked through
E F H I: Fair Sun- said, apparently had not damaged
tion, Saturday ripped into Pres- the state's delegates.The The forward to the downtown Roof dirt streaked the side of downtown Gainesville, and my
ident Johnson's foreign policiesand 14-member New Hamp day except for widely scattered I study prepared by former planning its face. Like an urchin with a spirit longed for these as a desert the spinal cord and Ken-
Sen. Goldwater's civil afternoon and early eve- careless nomad toward the had free of
Barry shire delegation was won by ning thundershowers. High staff member Dennis J. very mother. yearns nedy movement

rights stand. Lodge in a primary contest.At Lehman leaves little doubt mirage. arms and legs.
Before and after half-hour Sunday in the 90s. Variable Then it seemed cooler. I stood
the Arena Scranton winds 5 12 miles hour about the existence of serious by oasis white
speaking appearance at the was to per an a gracious The doctors said Kennedy was;
;teaming Boston Arena, where introduced by Sen. Leverett Sal- briefly higher in showers.G problems downtown: home with a turret and green Williston in "good humor" during the aft
tonstall who said "What he has J: Mostly fair Sunday. High Sun- I lawn and shady trees. The building ernoon's examination but had
he "The downtown
received the wildest welcomeof day 17 to 90. Northeasterly winds I area has come
his bid for the Republican done for (Pennsylvania), he can to IS miles per hour occasionally. 20 to the threshold in its history of rose lonely among the fieldsof Youth Hurt complained of, severe abdominal -
miles hour during afternoon.K
presidential nomination, Scranton -do for the nation." : Mostly per fair Sunday. High Sunday either two directions declineor hot asphalt and stark cliffsof pains earlier. This caused

met with delegates from the ,miles o. North per hour.TEMPERATURES and.northeast winds I to 15 TMGAINESVILLE ** renewal. Renewal or rede- brick and concrete. Doomed In CollisionA some concern but ,they said it
ELSEWHEREHigh 1[ thought, someday to be bured was established that Kennedywas
New Hampshire.His More About velopment means action, and
Low Prtclp. beneath lawn of tar
a by
aim was to line up second. Jacksonville U 75 .36 effective action is only achieved A \ youth was ,injured not bleeding internally.

ary support from delegates favorable CrashFrom Tampa Miami VS 87 77 79 I when a cross section of community some On a progressive big, pale building man. paint when the pickup truck in Metz said the broken vertebrae
to Cabot Atlanta U 74
Henry Lodge, leaders
New Orleans 91 74 .96 WEATHER public officials -peeled away like streaks of which he was riding slammedinto "created an unstable med.
ambassador to South Viet Nam. Boston U 66 ..7 work together with citizeus' ical situation" the firm
the back of truck causing
New York 93 73 -Municipal Airport readings Bellow dandruff. The building'sscalp a stoppedon
apparently accomplished 1 Chicago 84 69 Saturday: High 95 at 12 and support toward a common was brick. I began to feel SR 121, the Alachua County outlook for a long recovery pe
most of what he set out Page Kansas City 90 73 "
Denver 82 48 .04 1 p.m., low 70 at 5, 6 a.m. goal. very hot, and sticky and un Sheriff's office reported.
to do, although he did not ask Ft. Worth 9 8 73 riod.Dr.
; any of the state delegates specifically on the final leg of a flight from Seattle Los Angeles 65 71 58 so No rain at airport. More than a year ago The Sun clean. Officers said Charles Alex- Paul Russell, a consultant

I for their votes in the the Pescadore Islands in the was asked by Chamber of Commerce Beside a store cluttered with ander, 19, received injuries in called from Boston's Massachusetts -

1 event Lodge drops out of the Formosa Strait to Taipei.It CEDAR KEY TIDES ALMANAC Director Billy Mitchell to fans: and dirty ventilating gear, the collision Thursday. He wasa General Hospital, said it
an old dozed. I tired
running in the early balloting at was Nationalist China's Sunday High at 10:57 a.m. Low at delay initiation of a series on man was passenger in a truck driven would be some time before Ken
5:00 I.m. and 6:12 p.m. Sunset today............ 7:33 p.m. and so sat down beside him.
I the GOP Convention in San worst air disaster and the first Monday-High at 12:43 am. and 11:33 Sunrise tomorrow ...."." 5:29 a.m. downtown Gainesville. An- by_Walter Frank Hobby, 46, of nedy could be removed from
Dreaming I walked boulevards
a.m. Low at 5:50 ajn. and 4.51 Summer begins today the Sun enters on -
p.m. nouncement of citizens
Francisco July 13. passenger plane crash for Civil a committee Williston. Cooley-Dickinson Hospital.
the Sign of Cancer at 3:a a.m. lined with trees and the
An Associated. Press poll of Air Transport (CAT), the Na- MARINE FORECAST Moonset tomorrow ......... 3:45 a.m. to spur downtown revi- ,
EAST GULF: Variable winds S to 15 Full Moon ..... ............ June 24 birds sang. Cheerful shoppers, Their truck hit an auto driven Kennedy received three pintsof
the Massachusetts tionalist Chinese airline foundedin talization was about to be made
Delegation knots Sunday Fair. with widely scat- The total eclipse of the Moon on
following Scranton's 90-minute 1964 by the late Gen. Claire tered afternoon and. evening showers Wednesday night will be visible in and would tie in with the series. wearing light shirts and flowery by James Frances Brown Jr., blood in transfusions and was
mostly along shore.LONNIE Europe Africa South America south- summer dresses came out of
given glucose intravenously,
21 3736 SW 6th Place after
ii meeting with them showed 18 of Channault, leader of the famous west Asia and most of North America. The announcement never came. ,
the stores, carrying gaily-wrap- with other medication.
the 34 favoring Scranton after! Flying Tigers of World War II. The "threshold" is aye ar Brown stopped because of pulpwood along
pod packages. foun-
truck halted in the road
I Lodge. CAT officials said everyone older.In tains bubbled and chortled < "If it had not been for the at-
its intersection with 1-75
j Three of the four Goldwater aboard perished. They said the an interview before he left leaping high to kiss the hot yellow near west of Gainesville. tention the senator received,"

I delegates said later they were total of those aboard numbered QUttuartc to join the planning staff in eye of summer.I I Metz said, "it could have been

impressed, but would not 57, not 53 as reported previous Palm Beach County, former opened my eyes, got up and ; Hobby, whose truck slid on quite a different story." He
7. switch. A fifth delegate said he Thomas Cor-
ly.A Don walked on. There were no happy wet pavement, was charged complimented
) preferred Lodge first, then.Gold-- Malaysian millionaire, his planner about Morgan talked shoppers, and no birds sang. with following too closely, sher riden who supervised< the early
water. wife and six,aides from Ma- DEAN MISS VIOLA CREWS downtown Gainesville.His .
r a ; The only shade was my own iff's deputies reported. treatment.SHOPSHOP.
i Scranton apparently picked up laysian movie firm also were HIGH SPRINGS Funeral LAKE BUTLER Funeral hands took a nosedive. _I- -..

t three new tracjfejs iamQngi : reported aboard. They were in services for Lonnie J. Dean, 64, Services for Miss Viola Crews, "The plan sits on the_ shell - -

I Rhode Island delegation. Gov. Formosa for a film' festival.. irho died in Alachua General 86; of Lake Butler, who died and gathers dust while the ,

, ; I John H. Chafee said after the Reports reaching here from Hospital in Gainesville Friday, Friday night in Jacksonvilleafter downtown" area continues to go -

, meeting with Scranton he is Taichung, last stopping place'of will be held at 4 ,p.m. todayat a long illness, will beheld down.

confident the Pennsylvania gov- the plane, said the plane exploded. the High Springs Baptist at 3 p.m. today in the The new planner has a more SHOP

ernor will receive 12 of thestate's There were conflicting accounts Church.Mr. New Zion Methodist Church cheery outlook.

I 14 delegate votes on the however, some saying it Dean, an Atlantic CoastLine south of Lulu. Downtown with its shabby IN GAINESVILLE

first ballot. blew up in the air and others The Rev. J. D. Williams will .
Railroad was a L -
engineer, surroundings, clogged streets -t Drop off your dry cleaning on
I Nine had said earlier they I that it exploded upon crashing. resident of High Springs, and officiate. Burial will be in the and problem parking is

; LaCrosse. He was born in Anton church cemetery, the Wilson changing, the new planner says. your way to work at any

Ala., and had lived in Ala- and Brannon Funeral Home in It's the type of change that has of our plants/ and pick it up

Goldwater CitesIke's chua County for 47 years. charge. the planners busy studying.He .
He was a deacon of the High Surviving are one sister, Mrs. on your wahome."

Springs Baptist Church, and a Ollie Hodges and a brother, feels that while there are

member of the Brotherhood of John, both of Lake Butler, and merits to the argument th at
UN Stand Locomotive Engineers and the other relatives. downtown has a tendency to 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .

Masonic Lodge. swing toward a professional center -
MABLE CARLTON All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises I ,
) Rev. J. Hilton Olive will officiate rather than shopping, thereis J I II'
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.!idded however, that some way at the services this after- CITRA Services for Mrs. also a chance to change the

Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., said must be found to revise the for- noon, assisted by Rev. W. P. Mable E. Carlton 76, will be downtown image by so utilizingthe I 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., June 22, Tues., June 23, Wed:, June 24 I'

Saturday former President mula giving each individual nation -McElroy. The casket will be''Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Sparr new Federal Building,

Dwight D. Eisenhower agrees a vote in the General As- open one hour prior to the serv- Methodist Church. Courthouse and City Hall so that i

with him that the United Ni-,sembly. He said Eisenhower reminded -ice. Burial will be in High She died Saturday at a west downtown can be redeveloped

tions Charter should be revised I him at a conference in Springs Cemetery. Florida hospital after a lengthy into a "downtown shopping cen- 4 SHORT GARMENTSSUCH

and the voting formula changed. Gettysburg Pa., last Thursdaythat Survivors include Mr. Dean's llness. Mrs. Carlton was a native -ter."
Goldwater, the leading candi- he had worked on this problem -mother, Mrs. Kathryn Dean, of of Coffeeville, Miss., she

date for the Republican presidential during his tenure as presi- Jacksonville; his wife, Mrs. spent most of her life in the Tomorrow: How Gainesville AS

nomination, said :in an dent. Gussie Harris Dean, of La- Citra and Sparr area. Grew)

I interview recorded for the Mutual The U.N. Charter provides for Crosse; a sister, Mrs. Jewell Survivors include a daughter, TROUSERS, SKIRTS, SLIM JIMS,

Broadcasting System's radio -revisions by vote of twothirdsof joodwin, of New Orleans; and Mrs. Mary C. Mattox, Tampa; Lt. COATS
network that both Eisenhower the membership and unani- three children, Howard Dean two brothers, Joseph H. and LayfieldRites ,

and Secretary of State Dean mous approval by the perma- and Brian Dean, of Quincy, and Thomas Neely, both of Grenada,

Rusk support "a thorough discussion -nent members of the Security Carroll Dean, of State College, Miss.; and three grandchildren. Set'Tomorrow for 1.49
on the charter of the Council, which includes the Soviet Pa.Pallbearers Burial will be in the Citra

United Nations." Union. are Hamp Clark, Cemetery under direction of

New York Gov. Nelson A. Goldwater said he has no J. 0. Dowda,-E. V. Crutchfield, Knauff Funeral Home. !

Rockefeller and other. critics hope "of ever seeing Russia 'R. W. Tompkins, Francis Oliver BESSIE MURPHREE
and J. A. McArthur. Williams-
have accused Goldwater of agree to any changes that would I Funeral services will be held
Thomas Funeral Home is in Funeral services will be held
wanting to take the United react to the weakening of her tomorrow at 4 p.m. for Lt. Harry -
charge. tomorrow: at 10 a.m. for Mrs.
States out of the United Nations present power, but I can't see Lee Layfield, 45, who died ofa :
Bessie Arnold Murphree, 80, who
I particularly if Red China any alternative to our trying." LILLIE CHRISTIANMrs. died Thursday following an extended heart attack Friday. S H IRTS (beautifully laundered and finished) '

is admitted.But I "I say this because we haveto Lillie Mae Christian, illness. Lieutenant Layfield, of 1012! /

Goldwater said, "I believe face the realities of life," he who resided here most of her NE 1st St., was chief criminal
Murphree was
in the United Nations." He said. "The chances of Red Chi- life, died Friday at the J. Hil I investigator for the Alachua
March 3, 1884 in Wa I nut
na coming into this organizationgrow lis Miller Health Center afteran County Sheriffs office.A 25*
Grove Ala. and
was a long single
Skin every day. We are goingto extended illness. She was 43. time resident of Gainesville. member of the Church of .

Diving see shortly, in my opinion, Mrs. Christian, who lived at She was a member of the First Christ, he was also a member of _
the admission of an Afro nationto 1112 S. E. 3rd St., was a former the Woodmen of the World, Loyal -
TrainingClass the Security Council. I employe of Adkins Manufacturing -Baptist Order of Moose, Florida
Rev. Fred T. Laughon Jr. will
"And when we do, without Company. She was a mem- Peace Officer's Assn., the Na. 2 or more 22 each
officiate the
at services at
Set ber the South Side .
having taken steps to pro- ,Baptist Jones Johnson Funeral Home tional Sheriff's Assn and the
tect the Western world, the free Church. Academy of Scientific Interro-
The Gainesville Alachua world, from the voting strengthin Funeral services will be Mon ChapeL Burialwill be in Hill- gation.

t County Citizen's Safety Council the General Assembly, for example -day at 2 p.m., at the church, crest Memorial Park. Born in Trenton Nov. 29, 1918,

and the Barnacle Busters of the Afro Asian with services conducted by Rev. Survivors include: one daughter -he had lived in ,Gainesville for Please help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with 31
Gene Keith.- Burial will be in Mrs. Elizabeth Whitmire,
t will sponsor a skin course and-SCUBA at,Glen neutralist, Communist bloc, I Hillcrest Memorial Park. Gadsden, Ala.; one son, Dr. 25 years. YOU DON'T FORGET We PRE-S POT MOTHPROOF erry garment that,
diving training think we're headed for trouble, Evangelist Forest McCann
Springs, beginning Tuesday evening and I think the body itself will Survivors include her mother, Walter E. Murphree, GaInesville will officiate at services at the we dry clean. _, _
Mrs. Ida Belle of ; two grandchildren and
4 June 30. Bracewell
suffer. Jones Johnson ChapeL Burial
six weeks Gainesville; three brothers William two great grandchildren.The : Odcrless' dry cleaning
The course will run
Conceding his difficult to base .will be in Hillcrest Memorial
$ and is to be held each Tuesday wealth Bracewell, of Van 'Nuys, family requests that flow- Park. FRESH AS A FLOWERIN
voting'on population or
from 7:30: to 9:30: pjn. Fee'forthecourse1slOapersOZt Calif., John Bracewell, of Jas- ers be omitted and contributionsbe JUST ONE HOUR
Goldwater :said he has no spe Survivors include: his wife, I Oi-.7;
ci formula In mind. per, Fla., and Sam Bracewell, made to the John Henry Mrs. Elizabeth N. Layfield of ;;; ;
The council was awarded a also of Van Nuys;' a sister, Memorial Blood Bank. '
Reminded Russia and Gainesville and three brothers
that, , Mrs. Clara Morris of Gainesville Funeral Homeis ;
certificate of meritorious" JonesJohnson
in their Jack of Ft. Worth Texas PLANT NO. 2PLANT
France are delinquent Layfleld -
by the Florida Highway Patrol ; four daughters, Mrs. Mae in charge. IIIUU"
at a luncheon recently. payments-to the United NationsGoldwater Belle Leonard, Mrs. Grace ; Earl Layfield of Gainesville

... Sgt. Floyd Crawford, of 'ibe. said'. he feels strongly Smith., Mrs. Dorothy Shaw and I Beauty i and Gerald Layfield of !. HM GafMtvitt ShOppla.

: highway patrol, presented jhe abouOnis."You Miss Madeline Christian all of Fla. I Philadelphia.Acive Cmttr with Driv.-U SeIYice.
behalf 1th rPay upor youdon't Gainesville and five I pallbearers will be: Harold I J...w shirt Uun4.ri.a aid CM PLANT NO. 3
: award in of CoL H. N. ; grandchil NO. 1 hour .. .
Kirkman, director of, the Dept, vote," he saiL "I think dren. Queen PickedCAPE Smith, Harold LePert, Bert I rfry CLURi 3 hour shirt| "..cI.ri.1 ...4 one
: UnUed States should Davis John Tileston, Johnny .fferini I cMvratat; curb H' 130 N.W. 10th AYE.fcw" dry IURilll." '
UwLJlie ,
of Public Safety. _. _,_ Pallbearers are James Riley, vie. Dry Cf...i. and SkirtService.
: It was In recognition of the stand up and make it very clear William Smith, CaIhoune West, CORAL (AP-Brown- Yarbrough, Wayne Pearce Hen- i

council's effort to promote safe that we intend. ,to invoke that Marvin Leverette, Harlon King eyed Carole Hale of Miami, ry Parker and Lucian J. Hin-

driving through the'traffic safe part of .the charter .that deniee Woodrow Dalton and D. L. Es- runner-up last year, was selec- dery. 316 N. Main Street

ty educational programs It spon voting of, any. .nation in rrears. -posito.'Jones Johnson Funeral ted "Miss Florida World" of Jones Johnson Funeral Homeis 319 N.W. 13th ST. .

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The University of Florida's $2.3 million Research Library, shown here in an artist's rendering will be under construction by early
fall, with completion set for July, 1966. The six-story building will be located at the north end of the Plaza of the Americas, acrossa
campus street from the Main Library. Architects Arthur Lee Campbell, Gainesville, and Warren H. Smith, Lakeland, say the 110- II.
000 square foot area will house 600,000 books and seat 600 students. Primarily for graduate students and faculty, the library also I
will include the university's rare books and the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History. v

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UF Alumni UF Activities June 22-23 DARE Con-
; UF Due Lecture ference: General Agricultural
I and Professional groups; State

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w Theatre McCarty Auditorium -fro 7 P.M. I
Group 12 Moor
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results "an excellent -
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the life of the U. N. pay for a second three months
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that effect won the approval of vote he asked the countries in : 1
11 council members on a the force to stay in it and all 112 .
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I BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) sion of U.S. equipment stockpiles
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the vessels are carrying trucks,
M113 armored personnel carriers PORK&BEANS * *
some tanks, signal equipment -
district court
A Fort Worth jury
and ammunition. Vehicles Popular W itehouse. .
r said Friday that former Maj.
A. Walker was libeled are said to form the bulkof '. : *
Gen. Edwin
by Associated Press stories the load. :,.. j. Apple, ucE1.. '0: .... bq0';. 25
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trial and 2 hours and 15 minutes The informants explained the No. 2V2

l// of deliberation, said Walker buildup would enable American . 4 Cans $1
o should have $500,000 for actual forces
,: to react more quicklyand '
'I, damages and $300,000 for with more punch against
..1 f exemplary damages or punish Communist aggression in South

,, ment. east Asia. Thailand is a firm ally ,
Walker had asked $2 million of the United States.
t In alleged damages. This was l1riiJ A .
3 i the first suit to come to trial of While disclosing the equipment 1 AA .,
I than $20 buildup, the sources denied -
a series totaling more
\ million filed by Walker againstthe rumors that American 4for I.
AP and various newspapers troops would also be shipped to J\ ,

: after the campus riot following Thailand-as they were in 1962.

admission of Negro student However, reports circulating ASV Af
James H. Meredith. Two persons here said some troops of the HUNT'S
were killed in the riot. 25th Division stationed in Hawaii EXTRA SAVE 30c TANGY
I Testimony showed groups of may be flown to Thailandto IOOO FREE IOO
students attacked U.S. marshals help in the stockpiling of the DETERGENT REFRESHING
with rocks, sticks and bottles equipment. About 100 men were it3j Green 'Stamps
throughout the night of Sept. 30, said to be involved.The I with Alt' covpon enj p." RINSO

I 1962, and the marshals fired informants said the decision YUBAN J.4OffEE Tomato
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he was on campus was after Communist ,
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five hours but said he went portedly supported by Commu-
'I there only to observe and his list North Vietnamese troops,
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speech. The AP said its stories against the Laotian 'neutralist Pkg 39c can 19c
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AP General Manager Wes Jarres. SALADA TEA BAGS Limit: 1 fit customer PRICES EFFECTIVE
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following the verdict: add to its military muscle in I.air.e; Wed Jun 24. 1M4 of $3.00 or JUNE 24, 1964
"The Associated Press will Southeast Asia followed repeated more.

appeal the verdict of the juryin American warnings to Communist ....
this case. In the light of the North Viet Nam to leaveits
evidence presented by both 5O5O '. ':ri ..,
Southeast Asian neighbors ._
sides The Associated Press is alone.

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Judge Charles J. Murray asked fighting the government of Bill"OOOOQQOOOOOOOOQ[. ] $1.99 EACH :.'" cans _
decide two
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f' i, the jury found the statements' Somebody also took a liking I *i*61lcwtOa4.-..& c, 'o ...61..twc1..e&+ I $ STORE HOURS: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon. thru FrI.
involved malice which .Murra;Y: to Charles Wright's car. SNOWY DRY BLEACH a c> "Unox" Imported Canned Hams 1 M A R K R T = F "
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I that the acts or omission Crouse's auto ,was stolen re- I 1 .,.
\1' complained of was:the result ofconscIous covered ;:sold to. Wright,, and .;. -
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Computers Taught Art Of Writing Poetry li I dth5 rr t

TALLAHASSE (Special- student assistant has set FlorI- nouns, verbs, adjectives and Ragan did some "debugging"of programming. Before start- the spring of 1963 under sponsorship -!
, Predicting elections has been da State University's IBM-709 other parts of speech, issues in his program and one of the ing his experiments with,verse- of the FSU Chapter of I
added to making other lightning to work writing poetry. the computer some instructionsin recent verses Issuing from the:writing he worked out a pro- the Association for Computing' ,t RlTlr
I calculations as a chore Jor electronic Richard-Ragan of Tallahassee "Fortran," the computer machine made enough sense to gram for translating Spanish Machinery,
1 computers and now 'a feeds ,the big. machine variousWinn's language, and out comes a pass muster as "poetry": I words into English.A It was taught by Mike Mann, I

I verse in about one minute's Silently the crystal fields' fellow student assistant, who is machine supervisor at *
time. floated Richard Wells, developed a the Computing Center, and by

1 Win Brings The verse wouldn't win the 'simulated baseball game and Emile Roth, an honor student
praise of the instructor in a Against the deserted moun- also a program for playing the at FSU. A similar course is
tainsideAs stock for the 30
market. high
being given
creative writing class, and in
i fact some of the first verses the moon rose Their wctk all began in a school students attending the 1028 N. MAIN STREET
Silence From KynesBy special class for 20 honor students -Mathematics and Science Insti-
Ragan turned out didn't make
.. more sense than the' The serene landscape glowed in Leon High,and Florida tute being held on the FSU cam- SUNDAY STORE, HOURS
I' rhymes any in Alice In Wonderlandand darkly. High. The course was given in pus from June 22 to July 31. OPEN 10 A.M. CLOSE 8 P.M.
NORM LaCOE Andrews charged irregularitiesin
,j Sun Staff Writer election procedures. Kynes, were not as funny. He's now working on a for- New GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
who lost in statewide mula for mass-producing verses,
a race Here's of
one piece gibberish
i Kynes State has Atty.declined Gen.comment James for re-election by less than 600 which resulted: possibly 500 of them at a time.1, REMING NS 25 I McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
votes has similar suit
a pend- who has receivedhis
} on a court decision holdingr Darkly the peaceful trees Ragan just GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY a
ing ,in Tallahassee. Irregularities I
r diploma from Leon High
Winn the winner
Bryon the Gainesville commis-over in Alachua County votingare crashedIn School and is entering FSU in1' ElectricThe i 13th PHARMACY, 1522 N. W. 13th ST.
involved in his suit. the serene sun '
the fall, isn't using the busy'!
Sloneo I most beautiful, exciting, New Typewritersince McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITYRIGHT
While the heart heard
] Said the attorney general in computer just to play games.
Andrews had sued to set Tallahassee The swift moon stopped si- Like several fellow students he I typing went electric RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
: 1
; aside Winn's 46-vote victory. I lently. is experimenting with new types 1I I The one with "UlrraTouch"
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6A Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964

daincsmllc Sun OF A

g Question Compliance

JOHN R. HARRISON, Prcsldtnt ends Sfrm ffcrk mtmtJ community a new responsibility, and gives them additional

f :;.... klhlkheri PAT COWLES. Vies Freit- By JAMES RESTON power, and the critical question of this summer Is whetheror

--' ...."""" 'dent| ED- JOHNSON. Tie Frtl4eta4 WASHINGTON With the impending passage of the civil not they will use that power.
Florida' Beautiful Executive EtlUri W. G. (BUI) rights bill, the basic questions before the country will change The editors, the preachers, the teachers, and the commercial

EBEXSOLE.Director Vie rrctldent BOB TAKTAGUONE. M* Advertising overnight The issue is no longer:, Do you agree? But will and industrial leaders will soon be in a wholly different

'University City' Vie PrctUeel and ClremU- By RALPH McGILL you accept the law of the land? position than they were in only a few short days ago.
Prize Publisher
the 1I".elf. Ol the AtUnU.Winning Ga.) CaniUtntiM This is no longer merely a political but a moral question.It They are entirely free, of course, to argue that the new

THE SUN'S POLICY concerns not only the right of the Negro but the legal in civil rights law is wrong and should be changed, and no
A tegrity of the whole nation. The difference is fundamental.The doubt many of them will-but this is not the same as advo

I.- Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns. PartyToo key words are no longer "integration" or "segregation" cating defiance.

2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only In-editorials. but "law" or "anarchy," "acceptance" or "defiance."
3. Publish all sides of important controversial Issues. I,.. TOE SOUTH Is likely to surprise its militant critics In the

The Sun's telephones: All Departments 372-8441 IT IS CLEAR that the federal government cannot deal North on this question. No doubt there will be defiance In
J- Long with wholesale defiance of the law, any more than it could some sections of the South as well as the North, but the
Want Ads-376-4672 deal with the' refusal of half the people of the states to pay South has a respect for the Congress that is not always shay

; their income taxes. Everything will depend now on the volun- ed in the North, and in most Southern communities its lead-

tary compliance of most of those concerned, and the leader- ers will respect and defend laws even if they do not like

AsleepWashington ship of a vast number of law-abiding citizens throughout the them.
To Honor the Pioneer Founders country will be vital.
I Besides, it is not only a question of pride and mannersin
Much will depend, ironically, on the attitude taken, once
the industrialized buta
:j I Sometimes good things happen by ize the business potential of the Politics: Those the civil rights bill is signed, by the very men who led the question new of practical expediency.South to respect The Negro the Congress revolt against,
fight against it By Senators Russell of
chance-but more often than not downtown area which the first city Republican leaders who view vin of North Carolina: and others. Georgia, Judge Er- inequality has been hard enough to handle even when the
: Senator Goldwater disaster many laws were ambiguous and the Negro revolution was in the
because of fathers saw as a symbol of strengthand as''a -
they happen somebody'swisdom
: hands of moderate leaders but defiance of clear mandate
of future are grim and ,
a guarantee greatness.We angry. THEY HAVE BEEN much more bitter and unyielding in
and foresight from the Congress would throw the Negro revolution into
They believe they have a their opposition in the Senate, than their Southern compatriots -
the hands of the extremists and threaten civil disorder all
do not classify ourselves as chance to stop him with Gov- in the House, but they know the difference between a de- over the nation.IN .
The city of Gainesville "happened" traditionalists-but that does not ernor William W. Scranton of bate and a law, and generosity in defeat will do much to

because some of the early resi- mean that we do not value the hard- Pennsylvania.They avoid This civil crisis disorder.of compliance is not like the last one over the THIS SITUATION, the special relationship between a .

dents had vision enough- to plan a won heritage that gives stabilityand know the chance is at Supreme Court's decision on the racial integration of the Southern President and the political and business leaders

town, give it a name and lay out strength to a community (or to best a desperate one. Theyare public schools. It is not produced by the judgment of nine of the South is likely to be highly significant.

certain specifications for building a nation) and provides worthy incentives grateful, but also bitter Supreme Court justices interpreting the Constitution, but by President Johnson has never regarded the passage of the

I t the new "county seat." The location to action. "New occasions about the last word from Get an act of Congress. And the nation is not asked to comply civil rights bill as an end in itself but merely as a beginning,
tysburg. It is that even Gen- "with all deliberate speed" but to comply at once. and his close personal relationships with Southern leadersin
of the courthouse was designated, teach new duties, said Lowell. But Thus, tens of thousands of small businesses and hun- the the
eral Eisenhower is "disturb- Congress, press, and the business community, 1 is
the extent of the business area de- they also teach and emphasize the ed" about Sen. Goldwater. dreds of thousands of individuals are required to act in accordance likely to have an important bearing on acceptance of the

fined, the width, of streets specified This is, they say, better late with the law immediately. People who face the bill.All
to and other characteristics of the city- than never. But they wonderif question about letting the Negro vote, or renting him a roomor his understanding and knowledge of the South are now

to-be clearly spelled out. REVITALIZING the general will stand on selling him food and drink, or giving him an equal chanceat being brought to bear in a torrent of personal and telephone
it. a job, are no longer confronted with the question of whether conversations with Southern leaders with the single purposeof

f DOWNTOWNvalidity they want to do so, but whether they will abide by the urging compliance. And his main point is ;perfectly dear.
If these early city fathers who ONE HEARS much bitter law which orders them to do so. It is directed not at the past but at the future, not on

: planned the first stages in the development humor in which there is whether the South likes the bill, but whether it will comply -

; of Gainesville could speakto of basic principles and their not much laughter. A few THIS PLACES on the conscience of the leaders of every with the law.

us now, they would say, "This importance as anchorage in the flux samples are:

city of ours, the city that we saw of change. "Even General Robert E. 1 ON THECourt's RIGHT

so clearly in our own mind's eye, i is Lee did' a better job at Get

now yours. In scope, in size, in Our forebears believed that a city tysburg than did Gen. Eisen-
hower"... "You reckon Mon-
beauty it has reached beyond our grows like a tree and that it shouldbe
ty (Field Marshal Montgomery -
dreams. But there is something nourished by strong roots dili- ) could be right about Ike New ConstitutionBy

lacking something that disturbsour gently protected from disease and after all?" "We are poor

rest, because it threatens the decay. If its growth is to be healthy, little lambs that have lost our

I health of the city and imperils its if it is to spread its branches proudly way, baa! baa! baa!"... "Sen. WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
Goldwater and Gen. Eisen-
future." and maintain its beauty, the roots
1 hower have one thing in com- .
"' -
must be healthy too. mon both have trouble let-
The planners and builders of the ting people understand what Simply stated the questionis not by what it says but by when the right to vote at any undisturbed was deliberateand

original Gainesville conceived the All this is more than verbiage. Asa they mean to say"... to what degree, if at all, their own notions of wise political election .is denied. .the was widely believed to

business center to be the heart, the result of some serious soulsearching Frustration breeds bItter- the Equal Protection Clauseof theory. basis of representation therein be essential to the adoptionof

hub, of a growing community. It was the business, professional and ness. the 14th Amendment limits Whatever may be thoughtof shall be reduced in the the amendment.OF .
each sovereign state's free- this of which the numberof
holding as a piece
'' proportion
to set the tone for the town. From it civic leaders of the city are joiningin
dom to establish appropriate political ideology and even such... citizens shall bearto THE 2J loyal states
: vitality and strength would radiate a concerted effort to pump new DESPITE GEN. Eisenhower's electoral constituencies from on that score the political his- the whole number of. which ratified the amendment

to every part of the city. vigor into the "ailing" downtown explanation, no one, in- which representatives to the tory and practices of t his citizens." before 1870, five had cons -

1" district, to revitalize all of Gaines- cluding Gov. Scranton, quite state's bicameral legislative country from its earliest The amendment is a single tional provisions for app. -

The "something lacking" in the ville by reinvigorating it at the core.Nothhi'g. understands why the former assembly are to be chosen. beginning leave wide room text. I am unable to understand tionment of at least one houseof

present picture of Gainesville Js President called the governor The Supreme Court's answeris for debate I think it dem- the Court's utter disre their respective legislatures
and suggested he make him- blunt and I think that the 14th Amend- which
\ a one, onstrates gard of the second section wholly disregarded the
that could
healthiness at the hub which more appropriatelyhonor
self available
for the
woefully wrong. ment does not impose political which expressly recognizesthe spread of population. Ten
the founders the and the civic nomination and then 48 hours
city envisioned. -The perception ,
The Court's draconian pro- tenets on the states or states power to deny the more had constitutional pro-
\ central area :3hey so painsteiringly foresight of our pioneer fathers than later, called him and urged nouncement, which makes un- authorizes the Court to do so. right of their inhabitants to visions which gave primary

i laid out is still there; many of the to revive their dream of a well- him not join in any effortto constitutional the Legislaturesof The Court relies exclusivelyon vote for "the members of the emphasis to population, but

1 streets are exactly as specified; anQr ) planned, well-built city and to actu- stop most of the fifty states, that portion of Section 1 (state) legislature," and its which applied also other prin-

; some of the original buildings are alize it in terms of attractive and up- There now is open discus- finds no support in the wordsof of the 14th Amendment which express provision of a remedyfor ciples, such as partial ratios
sion about how much help, if the Constitution, in any provides that no state shall such denial or abridge and recognition of political
no doubt still standing. But the to-date construction on the
I as any, Gen. Eisenhower can be. prior decision of the Court, "deny to any person withinits ment. subdivisions, which were Intended -
r city has grown, its life blood has blocks which they believed would be If he comes out firmly, strongly or in the 175-year political jurisdiction the equal protection The history of the adoptionof to favor sparsely set

been flowing to the suburbs'*nd it the thriving center of a thriving and without equivocation, history of our Federal Union. of the laws," and disregards the 14th Amendment provides tled areas. Can it be seriously

I has suffered from anemia at its very community.Some he will be influential. It will entirely the signifi- conclusive evidence that contended that the legislatures!

, j heart. take all possible guns to stop WITH ALL RESPECT I am cance of Section 2, which neither those who proposednor of these states, air two-

Sen. Goldwater. Republican convinced that these decisions reads: those who ratified the thirds of those crned,
important decisions will leaders who oppose him be- mark a long step backwardinto amendment believed that the would 1 have ratified an
It is time for the city to dust off have to be made, decisions that will lieve he could have been stop- that unhappy era whena "REPRESENTATIVES shall Equal Protection Clause limited amendment which might ren-

the tradition of its early beginningsand call for both confidence and courage. ped at the governors meetingin majority of the Court were be apportioned among the the power of the states der their own states' consti-

honor the foresight of its pioneer But, that, too, we believe, is part of Cleveland, but for the puz- thought by many to have con- several states according to to apportion their legislaturesas tutions unCOl'tional?

I.I founders. It is time to revital. the Gainesville tradition. zling contradictions of Gen. vinced themselves and each their respective numbers, they saw fit. Moreover, the These deci: ; cut deeply
Eisenhower. But if Gen. Ei other that the demands of the counting the whole number of history demonstrates that the into the fabric of our federal
senhower delays now there is Constitution were measuredBy persons in each state. But intention to leave this power ism. No thinking person can

I no hope. fail to recognize that the aft-

(f, Voice of the WASHINGTON hears an- SCRANTON'S CHANCES ever ermath desirable of these it cases, how-be
People other story in the wake of the
thought in i itself, will have
I II. Scranton
announcement. It is
been achieved at the cost ofa
Will Blitz Work?
I that many of Sen. Goldwater'smore a radical alteration in the
influential friends who
On The Sun's states and the Fal
= Opinion Page will be counted on to raise Gov-

the money, will seek to per- RICHARD WILSON The first ballot in 1940 prow Ike's total to 614-10 more ernment, more particularly
1A Opinion and comments of Sun readers arc welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters suade the senator to withdraw Chief, Cowles Washington ed that the Tom Dew- than needed for nominationand the Federal Judiciary.
I. must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A 'letter should young
I not txeeed 500 words and must be'written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The "for the good of the party, Bureau ey was nowhere close to the it was all over. FINALLY THESE
j. Sun reserves the right to reject any 'letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or and remain in the Senate. WASHINGTON The political decisions
intent.f These influences believe he is blitz is a successful technique presidential nomination. He THE CENTRAL points here give support to a current mis-

of more value to the country in American politics.It got 360 of the necessary 501 are that up to now Goldwa- taken view of the Constitutionand

Editorial Can tonal of June 16 titled "The munists can do when allowedto (and to them) as a senator worked; with Wendell L. votes. His strength, includingthat ter's Southern support appears the constitutional functionof

Mayor's Discovery:" remain at large in a coun- than he would be as a defeated Willkie in 1940, and again in in New York; then beganto to be solid as a rock; the Court. This view, in a

try of some 190,000,000 gullible presidential candidate.In 1952, with Dwight D.. Eisen- slide In Willkie's favor. in addition he has Western nutshell, is that every major
Harm To put it as kindly as -
Only City possible hower. Willkie was nominated on the and Southwestern support Taft social ill in this country can
Americans"The time is
I think that editorial is
the face of the many sixth ballot. find its in
Gov. William W. Scranton's did not have. His problem is cure some constitu-
coming and it's far off"
EDITOR, Sun: The Sun has journalistic opportunismwhich commitments to Sen. Goldwater "
when white candidacy for president is the same as Taft's, to hold tional "principle, and that
filled a valuable role in our can but harm Gaines- who is anyone'Negro or some of which are fanaticin based on the same technique.But THE CENTRAL points are this support against incursionsby the Court should ."take the

community by its forthright ville. Speak loudly, Mr. Edi- implement. actively those working"cert I to their intensity, this sug-ges- ''there are so many differ- that in 1940 Dewey was much the opposition. Scranton's lead" in promoting reform
comment on local political tor, if we are threatened by a n tion seems strained and un farther from the
guaranteed rights" the ences between 1964, 1952 and away presi- strategy is to chip away at when other branches of government -
: Mayorso
issues. But it jeopardizes its McCarthyism. But don't ask astutely "believes" we all likely. It is true enough thatit 1940 that the current compar- dential nomination in termsof it, but the rock is harder thanit fail to act. The Con-

integrity when it is unable to us to agree with your use of have, won't care whether his makes no political sense isons are shown to be without delegate strength than was in 1952, to say nothingof stitution is not jjanacea for
deal with issues without in- a smear technique based on co-worker is a Communist or from the Republican Party much foundation. Goldwater is today; and, to- the fact that Eisenhowerwas every blot upon the public

dulging itself in unwarranted guilt by association. not. And right now he probably viewpoint to nominate Sen. In 1940 there was no front- day, delegate strength is polarized an authentic national welfare, nor should the Court,
f personal attacks on men of EARLE C. PAGE couldn't care less if Goldwater. He already has running candidate for the Re- around a single candi- ordained as a judicial body
divided the He has hero.Merely
good will in our city govern- someone jailed at the same party. publican nomination ThomasE. date. shaking loose a few be thought of as. a general;
I, 1 ment. frightened at least a substan- Dewey was 38 years old, delegates in Iowa, Minnesota haven for
ExplainingMakes time and for the same reasonas tial majority of the nation's In 1952. the professional politicians Deform-movements
district attorney of New Colorado Kansas will not The Constitution 1 is instrument
himself turned out to be a alien- thought Taft was in an -
of He has
Some Mayor McKinney's
York County, and the de- be enough to Gold-
statements before the Altrusa It Worse third of a Communist.: ated labor, agriculture, the feated Republican candidatefor the leading p 0 a It i Ion with water's overcome of government, fun-
damental to which is the
Club reported in the Negro, the independent, and around 500 delegates. Primary -
as The label "guilt by associ- governor of New Yorkin and favorable delegates.
in diffusion of
paper, are certainly EDITOR, Sun: The more ation" is losing its frighten the scientific intellectual com- 1933. elections had shown There will have to be premise
regretted. It is especially to Mayor McKinney talks the ing-power; and it's about munity. The South, with Gov- however, the immense popu- more than this, perhaps some governmental authority lies r
'the that this
greatest promise
be regretted that a city offi- worse he sounds. He should time. But things are going to ernor Wallace of Alabama IN DELEGATE strength he larity of General Eisenhower. kind of a cataclysm in the
nation will realize
cial said things which couldin have learned by now that it get a lot worse before they seeing visions and trying to was the strongest candidate Taft's strength based on the Texas and California delega- liberty for
set independent electors, South as is Goldwater's, was all its citizens. When, in the
be rarely does good to try to start getting better if up
any way interpreted as any pronouncements owning in largest part to tions. Florida may be a weak of constitutional
that the civil explain public state- made certain is by no means committed wobbly.By name inter-
meaning present 61 delegates in New York, spot in Goldwater's armor.
to the' senator' pretation, the Court adds
rights movement is the result ments publicly reported.And mayors in our state are not 52 in Illinois, 20 in New Jer- skillful manuev e r s, Goldwater even though he something to the Constitutionthat

of communist influence. I am truly surprisedthat significantly muted. sey, 22 in Oklahoma and 24 in Taft's support in Texas Geor- has operated out of his own
I THE IDEA of the platform was deliberately excluded
, Certainly our biggest local he, as a sincere memberof CASSANDRA Wisconsin. Robert A. Taft gia and Louisiana was destroy hat, has done his work welL
committee, to ask the senatorto from it, the Court in reality
I problem is apathy, not com: .a bi-racial committee has was second strongest, with ed. One of these manueverswas Texas is committed to him
I pledge himself to a plat- substitutes its view of what
munism. Ohio and Texas and a scattering the famous Texas "votesteal" as if he were the last hopeof
, not heard the rumor that civil 4CarTaggers'Hurt form in which he does not be- should be so for the amend-
of votes elsewhere. incident, but the key mankind. The California
But I believe that "t be lieve and one that is contraryto ing
groups, their Negro process.
Willkie was third in dele- vote in the convention was a Goldwater delegation has selected -
of fact" reveals DowntownEDITOR his record, is politically
searchlight members particularly, have gate strength with all 16 637-531 test on seating pro- with extreme care to
that Howard McKinney has about written off J. Edgar unsound. delegates from Sam Pxyor's Eisenhower Georgia dele avoid any potential back- The above words drastle,
given good service.ta .community -_ Sun: Your editor- frightened observations on the
-HoovprAs- in time ofriroableliTi But the GOP is up againstthe Connecticut and a scattering gation. The 531 vote minoritywas sliders.
as a member;yf'the.. ial "A City Sick at Heart" is ways of the Warren Court -
fact that the Goldwater of votes in 24 other states. the absolute maximumthe
City Commission., .In ,several"recent < has had oh, so true. One simple rem- are not own or those of
such forces patiently and skillfully Even though Roosevelt was Taft forces were able to Essentially, Scranton must my
awfully hard time
Commission meetings an edy would be to get rid of have been working for eight running for a third term Re- muster. He reached but 502 rely most on a popular ex- right-wing extremists. They

) he has demonstrated qualities .Negro finding! is even threatened suspects when maim-a policemen who ride the years at gaining control of publican hopes were not high. votes on the first ballot, which pression against Goldw ate rand are, every one of them culled

of fair and "judicious "*ed or murdered.As or streets tagging cars. They state party committees. They Taft then was not the gianthe was 102 votes less than he his policies sweeping the verbatim, from the extensive
leadership as presiding of- should get a salary from the will be difficult to stop. The later became. Dewey was needed for the nomination. national convention. Issues dissenting opinions last Mon-

ficer. for Mr. Hoovers perennial shopping centers as they senator's opposition seems to a fledgling in national poli- At this point Eisenhower had may be made on the ReonML day of Justices John Marshall

Let me give back to you ". .warnings about the evil have slept until U was too tics. The way was open to an 595. Minnesota shifted at the can platform to provide a focus Hartan, Potter Stewart, and
.y same phrases from your edi- those ubiquitous 30,060 Com (See VOICE en Page 7A) late. interloper. end of the roll call to bring for such an expression. Tom C. CIrk.
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CONSCIENCE a Clue "A" Senior College with!Church oh'Sunday, June 21. The

COLORED NEWS; membership in ma Southern schedule''of .activities. ,is as fellows

Association of College and Secondary :
i 1t.
ii OF Schools, the highest regional The guest speaker during the

I. F. CKiMt, Cel.,.. News Itllter accrediting association. I morning'worship at 11 a.m. RID
The primary'purpose of the,e'Mri. Ollie B.'Garry, visiting
: : i THESOUTH summer session is to serve the teacher; from the Marion County
A. MEBANE; College. The registration tuition I
educational need supervisors,' Public School System.,,* n d
I. .- .._ Miles III for'the be .
% a. luaatsMi \ SCHOOL NEWS workshop will the and also
members of
m service teachers
\ ,
1"( IMMrt m COWIM TIM ttwl
I 'Mrs. UJIJ8BIqe five dollars. Individuals are en- '
; t* erst .Jetlireesr.w pr.diNg of secondary and elementary New Zion A.M.-E.Chuidtlnmi
I ; tdf
l' _. w. .. W. cam Jk*- couraged to register- in_ ad schools. Also persons who wishto Raleigh 'and the members of
., _.. .vu Mt Mo Attention Adults: Help to vance. By so doing the number extend or renew their teach- Phah.M.E., arch,of. Ar
f- .. .SttMtori 'ns* TABTAOuevav raise the. standards of your of for steeping .
UarversHy CHj By RALPH McGILL rooms purposes er's certificates. char will conduct. .a
S Tt w.1.. a..J **J&. rrh Wtuktf StMtafa community by completing your as wen as those for group] ice. '

.. . o*,De attuu. <. ca.eant. high school education. Classesare sessions might be determined. A LANDMARK The public is invited..

THE *UN* POUCYIn held on Monday and Wednesday To register in ,advance, one Bible Thought '-' "He hath
,1" the A Nights. The courses offered should send the fee, along with shewed thee 0 man what is NAACP'MEETn c *. '
twr.Wly .,1II.-tI.11y the NWI' Party
are English
2. Extras'the etalam.*f the Sun In-fcot any In-adltetfah. Social your name, etc., to Mrs. good; and what doth the-Lord the National Association lOI"Advanceift

..f.J.. ,fuWtah. fU il/le'ei': irniertsnt centrtvtnlal .. Studies Mathematics Reading Science and ,Music Gladys Woodard Secretary, require of thee but to do justly the nf"* ,red
; 538 Cottage HID Road Orlando People win meet on'tbe'ground
and to
,'and to lovely mercy,
,The. wHB'I wlwWWejW B* AI rOpVrT RvnrSV-'A JAv441 Too (piano, choir. fundamentals). You may also.send the money; waft humbly with they God!" floor of the Mt:Carmel Baptist
1 Long Attends Meeting Mr. C. 0WhitfieW .
: Went Aeit -170472T ; for room and board along with! Micah 6:3.: ) Church Monday,. June 22, at a
attended thePrincipals
.recently '
and SupervIsors the registration fee. pm. Rev. T. A. Wright, president
Leadership Conference in Daytona -

To Honor the Pioneer.:Founders the meeting:Beach. He was reported informative that The family of Buster Burns of the Shady Grove Primitive Joist Service S

and educational. He cited wish to thank the members of Baptist Church will meet with The' St. Luke A, E. Churcl
'. ', was
Sometimes. gtxxL*things ,happen-: ( by ize. the business potential of the Washington Politics: Those for having attended the confer the First Baptist Church and Mrs. Ethel Blake today at 3 will conduct a* joint service at
also others for their af
p.m. the .Hope: Well A.M.E.. Church
chance but more "often thank not downtown area which the first city Republican leaders who view ence tor 10 consecutive years kindness her ill
As a result of these meetings, showduring During the meeting there-will today at.3 p.m. __
they happen beca'uae. ,of somebody', '* fathers saw as'a symbol of strength_ Senator Goldwater ,as a disaster he has grown professionallywhich ness and subsequent, death: bean interesting topic discuss The, members of.the foto

wisdom and, foresight. f .,,- .. ., and.a guarantee-of future greatness. :are grim nd'aDgry.. enables him to perform Mrs. ,Lillie Washing and Mrs. ed. Following tbe meeting refreshments Well,, Baptist Church a urged
I They believe' they. have a adequately his duties as' administrator Henrietta Proctor sisters; Mrs will be'ntved. to pay their Sunday, School J JConvention'

'We do noti classify ourselves' astraditionalistsbut chance, stop him, with Governor at Mebane. Bessie.M. Johnson, reporter. assessments t':this
city cf Gainesville 4'1iapPea.J SLATES MEETING *
The William W. Lunchroom personnel attend. service. _. '
that does not Scranton of '
ed" because some of the trly residents ing a workshop the Unlver. PROGRAM SCHEDULED The Poverty Fund 'Club win The public is invited. Rev.
mean that we:do.not value the. hard- Pennsylvania.. city of Florida are: W. M. Pos- Mrs. Rode Miller and, her hold its meeting at the Mt Cliff ton Simmons pastor;, Mrs

J had visWenoujh'te plan a won heritage that gives stability They,know the chance last, tell, manager; E.,Welcome L. Gospel' Singers will appear in Olive Primitive Baptist Church I Willie Mae Perry, reporter.- ;.

town, give it 4 name and lay ,out and strength, ,a. community (or to best a desperate 'one. They Lee S. Smith,. S. Brown and I a musical program at the First with Rev. H. Kinsey pastor and MEMORIAM .

tt certain -specifications for buDding 4 nation) and i P provides worthy. are grateful 'but also bitter M. Robinson.A 7:30 Baptist p.m.Church on, Tuesday- at president on Monday at S p.m. In loving memory ci the.late

I the new "county .& ." The locationof centives to 1 action. '"New occasions about the last word from Get- unit in Masonry has been 1bere.1s no admission price, DISTRICT CONVENTION Mrs. Ftorine Owens, who departed
i i tysburg. It is that General added .to the school's curriculum. this life June 21, 1963.
the courthouse .was desifAAted, even but
'Lowell. free-will
teach new duties, said But A competent instructor a offering will be The Juvenile District Convene
very "You
t,, the extent of the business' ar"\defined they-also teavlh-and emphasize the ed" Eisenhower about Sen. is Goldwater."disturb has been appointed to accepted. Mrs. Bessie M. Johnson tion will be held at the Friendship gotten." are Children gone,but grandchildren not for-

\ the width of streets applied teach the course. This course I reporter. Baptist Church on June 29
f, This .Is, ,they say, better late sisters and brothers.
and other characteristics of the city than -never. But they wonderif will be offered during the evening NEW TEACHER- at 2 p.m.CONVENTION. .

\ \ to-b clearly spelled 'out. \" 1'. REVITALIZINGDOWNTOWN the general, will stand onIL August for For adults further beginning in Miss Juanita A. Robinson, -SET PERSONALS

I j c .. 1 mation contact the wor.11 (above) daughter of Mrs. Amy The Women's Home Mission The' following persons attended

,\t If, these early city fathers" 'who L' : ONE REARS much bitter Members of combined Robinson, of Williston, has completed and Education Convention aux.: the Sunday School Convention

planned the first states; in the .development : humor in which there is and 6th grade ',class recently four years of study at Wary of the Suwanee River' that was held atFt..

of Gainesville could speak validity of basic..principles and their not much laughter. A few made an educational trip to Betbune-Cookman College at Progressive Association, with Pierce: Miss Jaunice Jetters
I Marineland Studios. Mrs. Lfl- Daytona Beach, with a major Rev. Lloyd moderator, will be Mrs. F. D. Shannon, 'and Miss I
to in now,' they would 'Ia,, This importance as the flux samples are:
lion Burgess is homeroom. in Elementary Education. held at the St. Paul Baptist: Tense F L (Mrs.-F."Dr'Shannon
city of ours ;the' city' that we law of enan. '"Even General Robert E. teacher. While at Bethune-Cbokman Church at Archer June $. reporter.) ,

11 so clearly in,our own .mfnd'. 'eY a,I,is Lee did a better job'at Gettysburg College she was a member of The theme of the convention I The following personS' attendI

J now' yours. In scope, .in size in Our forebears believed that a city than did Gen.'Eisen PTA WORKSHOP IN the Student Education Association is "God's Family;" and the. ed the graduation :exercises at \I

beauty it' has reached beyond our grows like a t.reend that it should'be hower". "You reckon Monty NEW DIMENSION Women's Senate, Baptist theme song is "Hold to God's the Vohuial County Community
fl (Field Marshal Montgomery DAYTONA BEACH Because Student Union Unchanging Hands."
Young Women's Cofcge, June 8 where Miss
there is something nourished roots diligently
1 drums But by strong ) could be right about Ike of the growth of work Christian Association and also The principal speaker will be Rosa DeBose received a, degree
lacking something that disturbs protected from disease and after all?" "We 'are poor shop activities, the increased Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Rev. G. A. Citric.CONVALESCING in Business Education:v Mrs.

I j our rest, because ,it threatens the decay If its growth is to be healthy little lambs that have lost our amount of interest, larger numbers Miss Robinson worked as a. Mattie Bellamy Miss Annie I I

I' health of the city and imperils jts, if it js to spread branches proudly way, baa! baa! baa!"... "Sen. of participants and the dormitory counselor and graduated DeBose Roosevelt Johnson, I

future." and maintain' itS'beaub'the rootsmust Goldwater and Gene Eisenhower need. for up to date methods with honors. J. Franklin Jones, Sr., who is Mrs. Attemese Johnson'and liti i

ti be healthy too: : have one thing in common and techniques, me president She ,will assume her teaching ill at the home of his daughter, tie Jackie.

both have trouble letting and the executive committee post in Osceola County AugusIt. I Miss Fannie Jones, was reported Miss DeBose is now employed .
The planners and ,builders of the < people understand what '
requested Vice President as somewhat improved. as part-time secretary at the
original Gainesville conceived the r All this is 'more than verbiage. Asa they. mean;to say"... Mrs. Willie Z. White and Work. college. A

f business center 'to'N' the heart,' the : result of some 'serious'.soul-search Frustration breeds bitter-- shop Director Mrs. Minnie HaIl CHOIRS' UNION SINGERS TO APPEAR, Mrs. Pearl George' returned ;

hub, of a growing community.'It was ing, the business, professional and Fields to explore the possibilities The Friendship, Choirs' Union The City .- wide Gospel Singers to Gainesville''recently -after

I to.set the ,tone for.the town.:'From it civic leaders'of the_ city are joining nest.DEPlI'E of having The Florida Institute will present its regular monthly win appear in a program at spending a week vat Washington
-radiate of Continued University feature ."Choirs In Parade" at the Galilee Baptist Church at D.C., with her daughter
: vitality and strength would in
concert cffort
a new ,
: pump GEN. Eisenhow
Studies, FICUS to conduct or:the Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion Hawthorne Monday at S p.m. Miss Evlyn E. George Ea
to every part of the. 'city., vigor into the. "ailing" downtown er's explanation no one, including assist 'in conducting the workshop Church today at 3 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; route to Washington Mrs.

.JJ' I r district to revitalize aH of Gainesville Gov. Scranton quite this summer.Mrs. I Mrs. LUHe Mae Mchol. 'George and John L' Broome

TJe something ,licking" -in the by reinvigorating it at the.core understands why the former White reported that HAWTHORNE NEWS I had a brief visit with. Mrs. -.A.L. .
, ( > called the governor ARCHER NEWS Mebane and her'.
of GaineaviHt FICUS, had agreed to coordinate TrPmcst daughter,
:,, present picture *MMI > J." and suggested. make him Prtfran Weeaea's ,
hub Wid' the workshop. This means The City-wide Gospel Singerswill Day Observance Mrs. Weiner Williams; at-Ra
'the which
that healthiness at
Nothing p o appropriately self' more available for the Women's Day observance win leigh N. C. --4-5 ..
the city', founders envisfoncjK The' honor the perception and the civic nomination and then 4S hours new diversions in workshop appear in a musical pro t. ...

central area they.'.so''psinAtsWngVlaid foresight of our'plon.. fathers thanto later called him and urged activities. gram at the Galilee Baptist i
The' will be .h'
workshop conducted Church June 22
him not to join in effort Monday, at i I Ipjn.
out Is still there; many of the revive their dream of A well- to stop Goldwater. any on the campus of Beth. The public is invited.

) streets are exactly as specified! :an4 planned well-built city and to actualize erne Cookman College Daytona .

some of the original': buiMingrare; "' it in terms Attractive and uptodate There now is open discussion Beach July 12 through LA CROSSE NEWSAaalversary @bttu4rt.Ja: IIor I

f'G doubt still' standing But:4s,the construction on. the very about Gen. how much'help if July 15. Harry Hughey of ,the Successful ,
Eisenhower be. I
any can Florida Institute of Continued The
'has Jts life blood; has blocks which they believed would be United Choirs Union
city grown, If be comes out firmly,strong University Studies win coordi anniversary which began June .-

I', been flowing. to,.the suburbs and it the: thriving':,center.. of a' thriving ly, and without equivocation nate, the workshop. Mesdames 17 at the Bethel AJtLE. Church -. / ...'

, has suffered from anemia at its-very. canmuni tvv. he win be influential It will White and, Fields will continue came to a dose on June If and MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED I Brown Mrs. tam E ,d.y,,M r s.
heart.. # take all possible guns to atop work with specific aspects of was successful.The attendancewas Mr,t and Mrs. Vernon Trapp, SID Williams; William Dor-
Sen. Goldwater. Republican the program. Sr., have the'of say, Mrs. Frankie, Mae .Stew
: Some important decisions will leaden' who very good. the aMOUntIIInl .
oppose him believe The opening workshop marriage art,, other relativesandfriends,
i It ,is time for the dtyto duet off have to be nude,'decisions that will he could have been stopped will be 4 p.m., Sunday program TEACHING POST daughter,; Joyce to Funeral arrangements

the tradition of its.'early beginnings call'for both confidence and courage at the governors'meeting July 12, in Bethune-Cookman Rev. W. M. Edward Vanessa Lawson son announced d by Hughes &_Chestnut

y and honor the foresight, of its ,pioneer But.that, too we believe is part'ofthe in Cleveland, but for the puzzling College Auditorium. The key Mt. Pleasant Ferguson Methodist, pastorof of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lawsonof Funeral Home.: '; ",
Contradictions of Gen. Orlando.
i t founders. .It: is time to revital* ; Gainesville'tradition.VoIce Eisenhower. But if Gen.-Eisenhower note speaker will be Dr. Me!. Church, is leaving today for I .Mrs. Lawson Is a graduate -. ft\ .,

.1 n' delays now there ism vene Hardee, professor at Flo Gammon Theological Seminary, 'from Lincoln .High School. She MRS. MAMIE SUTTON'"
hope. rida State University. at Atlanta, Ga., to assume his Is now a senior majoring in Final rites Jor M{s Mamie S.
Registration for the workshop teaching post where he has |Sutton a former"resident"of
Speech and Drama at the Florida '
WASHINGTON hears an- win begin at.9 a.m., Sunday, served for the past severs A. and M. University. She Gaburiflewho died; June.,15

; of the People ofcer story in tbe wake el the July 12, in the lobby of White years. is a member of FAMU Play. following lingering Illness, ;
Senates announcement It if Ran The Administration makers Guild and win receive were-held rD.f

that many of Sea.Goldwater's Building, Bethune Cookman. NEWBDRY NEWS an B.' A. degree in August from the-Nt. Pleasant M."- E.

wort mftoential Meads, who AStf At Berne Mr. Lawson is a graduate Church with tht.KavR- ." ..,_ 'it.'... -
r i ..On Tht Sun'* Opinion Page won be 'counted on to raise Send the NavyTo Rev. H. D. Blakely ailing front Jones High School at Or. Ferguson etffciatin*.,.-.Inter- -

I ; the 'money will seek to per at his home at Newbeny. lando.[ Be is a senior majoring mtnt followed Ja the_ML.. ,Pleasant .
t J .UM ..4 .... Nine aN Ml tile v. of tine hNb suade the senator to withdraw Carry Coins Rev. Mr. Blakely's friends in Elementary Education also Cemetery
1 .. sV .. welder'. a/Ire. fwZtt k nittsifcaist -- '
A newt aVft silAAe/ aW Ns..e H A tNhr .e..l/ .
vise pj wfffjBwfj Vv WVTW -
h "for the good of the party, hope will soon be wen at Florida A. and M. Univer "
Mt CTMW 1 00 wards ead aM be is s5 et s.14.M Me peP..hf et..l Ie .n. O Nrm fork 'Inter
f areae1e HjM.. risen ttf MlMf H M suite W, WfllMVV eMaMas'! MM Wfiltv. .. w and remain in the Senate. CHICAGO John J. Hoel- again. Robert Williams; report* sity. He is a member of the JEFF PETERSON' T I
-. These influences believe he is len a Chicago Republican al er, FAMU band. Funeral services"for Jeff"Pe I
J of more value to the country derman in letter to James Youth Day The marriage was an event terson of Starketown will be i
Editorial Can torial of June U titled-'The manists can do when allowed (and to them) 'as' a' senator J. Saxon offered a a. solution The Youth Department of the of June 15 which was performed held at the Duncan-Brothers1

Meyors Dhee siy:" to,remain at large hi a'caan- than be would be as a deieat- to ,the, mil -cbaige' coals Mt Zora Baptist; Church will by Rev. W. M. Ferguson. Chapel today at: 4 pjn.- with 1
I ed presidential conduct,the services at both the The couple ic now attending Rev. D. A. Williams at1 r. 1
Only Harm City To put it as kiwfly'as potsttle try of me W.tW.We gullible 'His notion: Send the Navy ,
,,I think that editorial is Americans MTne time is the face of the many and presumably with 'it the mornk gvat' 11 and the evening summer school at the FloridaA. Interment Rill follow in', the -

1, EDITOR Sun: The Sun'hat journalistic opportunism coining and it's not far off' commitments to Sen. Goldwater Marines to Europe to pick. worship at C pjn. today. and M. University at Tallaaassee. Starke and Nelson Cemetery. i l'

filled a valuable rote !in, our which.can but harm Gaines- when anyone Negro or white some of which are fanatic up'our change. The public is .invited.. Rev. War'He was a member'-of 'World

community by its forthright viDe"Speak"'loudly, Mr., Editor who is' actively workinf to in their,intensity, this suggestion The alderman has just re- LeRoy Thompson pastor; Robert n. The members of the
) comment on local political if.we are threatened by implement those "ctrt a I D seems strained and unlikely. turned from'a holiday in Williams, reporter. JAMES C. ALEXANDERFinal American Legion'are to serveas
rites for Junes C. Alexjantler pallbearers.
guaranteed ripu"lbe Mayor Rome and Venice and be
issues. But it ,Jeopardizes Its McCartbylsm. But don't asku'se' It is'true enough that .
"believes" all told of of Hawthorne, who died Relatives are asked to
astutely we it makes Saxon the controller CONGRESS CLOSING meet
when unable to"dell wifli your use of .no political: sense
it is agree
integrity have, won't care whether his from the Republican Party the currency: The 7th Annual Session of the June 12,at the Veterans Admin- at the residence at Starketown
with, issues without indttlftaf a smear Uchniejue bided on
co-worker is a Or f1 If .mlst'or viewpoint to nominate Set '"Before leavinr'an the trip District Sunday School and Ist ration Hospital following a ,at 3:15 pjn. to form the procession .
Kstlf in wtwarraatei, futtt by assoetem. not"And right now he probably Goldwater. He already has I had re !' numerous accounts Baptist Training Union Congress lingering illness, ,win be conducted : to the chuich. <. .. *
personal attacks. on men ef EAJU.B...PAGE about today a' 2 from the Duncan l
I couMnt: 'care less if divided the party. He has the shortage of auxiliary of the Jerusalem pjn. Bro there, morticians,
j I food win in our dry govern" I someone jailed ,at the .same frightened at kasha substantial coins in the United' States. Baptist Association which Gil Gal Baptist ''Church.. Interment :ue ia charge ., : I b *
S Ifttftt.I 'I I time and for the same reason In fact one banker friend win foil w in the Haw. -
'LXp alnlng majority of the nation's began June 17 at the Spring
Some-of.Mayor McKinney's'. <. l as himself turned oat to he a hila" -ws. He has alienated told me that in Chicago, Hill' Baptist Church. is closing. thorne c eery. DAVE COCK -
third.of a. Communist labor downtown banks ration coinsto .:.James is survived by his Dave Cook
atstanents before the AltrusaCfet Make. It Worse agriculture the today, of Hawthorne,
widow Mrs. Ora Mae
Iii, as reported in the: The label "guilt by associ Negro the independent, and outlying banks.- There win be a very interestng one, Alexander died at his home Friday .after

pmt, are certainly to beregretted. EDITOR &sa: The mere ation" isfctfef' its kfgTiohb the scientific intellectual eom- So he was surprised when program and several dis JOn James F. AI- Inqwr J1b\e& W..Y
Mrs. Mildred Dubois
vendor him in both
It is Mpdtll7ek Mayer VdCianey talks the *power; aad it's about maftlty. The Sooth with GovWaDace'.of a approached Ugh' persons win appear Duncan Brothers mortician,
Roast and offend to sellgijo of Hawthorne five brothers,
tifrettad.that a dry offidal .worse_he sounds. He aaemUhen time But thin* are east to amen Alabeasedsg 011 the program. Ocuriest Alexander WIU anfl Htftft itl'utt13 ft s>*b
siM. tUten.whichewWin .Jearaei by,now. that it git.a lot worn, hefsre they visJMt and trying to nickels for a ML dimes and Dubois Freeman Dubois, Napoleon Willie -seats *
way be Jufcupntod+ -asB ras4ees ... ". at start tettinf better If pro act op independent electors. GRIFFIN TO SPEAK -
tttms ,
It frt Thft n banks Dubois Allele Dubois, step '
awrYK Mgt 1M )Iwnit4d! tam annrq JIIMc ;itsa3'&d itta cteaeaJs made hy certain is by no'tin rnmmlHiid Moderator T. R. Griffin will MRS."BELL MOSELEY
win not take tat coins be- fame Adam Dubois other rel
rifbts moveeaent Is tfee'rt- mayors sta our state,.are not to the senator.TIIE cause' it costs too much to be the principal speaker at the atfns'and friends. I Mrs. Bell Moseley. of ,Hi X

suit of connttaist MyinfKCirtaWy And I.'am truly 'surprised .aGM.mvted., IDEA of the platform ship them back to 'the U. S. Shady Grove Primitive Baptist The family and friends are tomeet I E., 15th St., died intbeAlacbua'

our bijgrt local that a*, as a share member CASSANDRA'CartTaggetV I'MIftIltttt to ask the senator This HoeDen observed .Church on Friday, June 28, at. at the home of Mr. Alexander General Hospital Friday after

pe Nfl Vapa t1,',notDM&A_ of avoi4adal; fOfnfnUtu. has to pledge r himself a platform tends to "bring the entireU. t pm. Mrs. F. D. Shannon re- at. l:1S'p.m. to form the a lingering illness.

mneleqr I not heard the mmoc that dvflrifhts in which be does not be- S. monetary ,system- into porter.0 cortege to the church., Pan- Duncan Brothers, morticians

t' But I believe that* "the frnae thief Nfrpartiadarr lieve and one mat k caatrary disnaate abroad." bearers will be the American will announce flmirat.arranle-

fMKAMfhl of factrtveab' I have Hurt Downtown to his record is .pettisallyumseeAd. The alderman aid* bad SUlBfER SCHOOL Legion.Bftuf. menu later.
wr. /, '
tube pru0iesit a DAYTONA BEACH The .J* Chestnut Funeral
mat Howard serviee'tolas McJO eyJi4i_ .1;' Jr Elfartisoe Sw: Yaw Treasury attache at the U. S. W% OHMJjC* vtvviQw 9* 0C10* Seat in cherfe. MRS..,.PEARL DAVIS. ..

given good Mhir"* f'ftipy eesarounity -: J of kl,"A Qty Sick at Heart" b Bat the GOP:II.IIP afainst embassy to Rone. .The at- use Co lanan college wffl begin -- Funeral services for Mrt.'

m, JrrhfL-1a"-.aI as a fi 7.a.i.: has had oh, sotrue..Asa seppie nm.q..ftukI. tbefactthattheGoWnterfcrees tache promised to write a June 22 through August 1. MRS. ANNIE BROWN Pearl Davis of Brooke; wfflT*
., ieh an awfully hard time he to rid ofpoliceeaen patitatiy and atOfuny memo about it.- a.a's suiiunti. session will Mrs. Annie Brown of N. W. held at the Greater Ben tttth-

.' he ncent has,ComsYpo.el1MiaC ucjiMttU'atod JMIng even suspects Y when a who fet ride the have been working for eight But having little' faith in provide coarse in Liberal. Arts Ut Street, died Friday afttr- odist Church it Brooker today
; is years at gaining control of memos, HotUtJI wrote Sax 'and Teachers with it I -with- Ittv. ,
'and'" ttfro .thfeelentd oraalaved streets Training of noon at her home following i p.m. Anderson
ties' ef fair taigiftf
judicious They
carat state party committees. on, noting that there ffJe .

leadership as presiding. offker. shook CM, a salary'. fromithecenters will be difficult to stop. Thesenator's hundreds of a&feas .of degree. Directing'the instructional Mrs. Brown lived in Gainesville tow in the thoda,Braaeh Ceoe,
.As for Mr.. Hooverx peren- shoe; u..tb".r ,opposition .'to dollars Abroad.- Couldn't the .
becTtt program will be for a great number of tery. 1 0 .._ .
Let ,me five i JWim.. "
.. ths: evil have stept.- until it. .was too Navy bring the money back members of the regular staff years. She is ,survived ,by six Duncan.Brothers, .
uMrY1t 1roR 71re.,,, LL( .--e.-- I .See:jOlCl.hIe 7A)' lata. Headed.] tad vitftiftf professors., :claim David Brown, Jake are in char, .".. .


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t Sunday, June 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7A

'., : Peace Corps VolunteersIn
Voice of the
/' People : : '::4 -, ..'0..... ..-
a -
Brazil Are Married : ; r
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(Continued from Page IA) heavier towards capitalism, Cry for Names Mayor CommissionerHoward RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil The groom will enter Colgate: ,
R ;A-
drive away the trade the city we'll be blood buddies insteadof out McKinney the for interna-speak- (AP) .- Two 24-year-old U.S. Graduate School this fall to ;.

I Square would get.. cold war enemies. Tossed Back ing tional Communist against threat in Peace Corps volunteers, Susan 'work for a master's degree in
;. Hackett of Chattanooga, Tenn., education.The : UCBFor
We older ladies like to go
Throughout history, our nation, state and city.
and James S. Glennie of Lewis- bride, an X-ray technician i
to the beauty shops and do is EDITOR, Sun: Whoever We here in Florida need remind -
I our shopping leisurely and nation, every people, there composed that last fringing ourself of only one ton, N.Y., were married here is from Chattanooga.The .
no record ever of the meek, of a wedding was held at Rio's
enjoy it as we used to do. blast at the Mayor continuesto name: Saturday on completion ':
Now to do so we go out to who was willing to compromise miss the point of the whole two-year tour with the corps in Union (Protestant) Church. Our Personal

the shopping centers, wherewe with others achieving argument.The FIDEL CASTRO. BraziL
I park in these of Under our libel laws, Fi- /: :u cJl
can always
peace. peace, type did not
mayor ever say del Castro could not have Brand of ServiceWe
would be big
That step
one wishful thinkers fall to the ANYWHERE i
that there were Commu- Com
forward. We would like to any been "named" as a I J.(0'Mt( !
more aggressive peoples. nists in the integration move- munist before he took over ,d, Your Want You To
downtown like we usedto
shop This is the story of mankind ment. He was talking about Cuba any more than Commissioner \. !!, Satisfaction fi I By Bob Oakley
but after getting tag-
do, keep and wishing it weren't soisn't what J. Edgar Hoover said McKinney can :0 Always i: YOUR HOME Know Our Employees!
ged and tagged we
about Communist's influencein REFLECTS YOURPERSONALITY
name any person in Gaines-
goint to make it so. I
away. the movement. I
ville without absolute proof.
ONE There are a lot of things Indeed, were there not editorialists CREVASSE: FLORIST r -
If could
If you want those names you
is this little in Cuba-and even 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd. r--
going on city afford to engage -
find 34 of the
you can pages
'Deplores'Editorial that could enable a journalistto Communist Front affiliationsof in the United States-assur- Phone FR 6-2514 the finest j
interior decor
ing us all that Fidel Castro "'Ii
practice verbal gymnastics 59 prominent leaders in the 1c.' "' ator, the first
without maligning fellow citi- movement in the Congressional was not a Communist? F... thing he or she
Record of 29 1963. 7.F 7' would do is toJ I Ir It.
July Does this by some weird
zens. Such as automobile
study your personality
EDITOR Sun: The editorial twist make Castro lessa _
any ,
safety campaigns, resumes of Now my granny used to SEWERSINSTALLED your
Sun of the 16th attack- Communist than he ? Had likes and dislikes r
in the coming movies, recording of say that the "hit dog always is .. ... S living
Howard Mc- there been Howard McKin- your -
ing Maryor how our legislators vote. hollers the loudest." When habits and
Kinney is typical of the type and neys in Cuba sounding the 1
more yet, are YOU going to give US your color preferences
\ of irresponsible dribble we warning, would perhaps our Bob Oakley before .
or tendingto the names of some of the peopie t.
been subjected to under Florida shores be to moke 1 :. '
have educate the people, including who write your editorials, own not FREE ESTIMATES even attempting anysuggestions' 1I
the new Sun. This type of the Negroes in morality, particularly that bugling para- under the threat they now 'on furnishin; I Mi& .

journalism childish emo- self-pride, good citizenry, gon of Socialist virtues that are? FINANCING AVAILABLE your home. I &(' 1:,1tWillie\ ... '"...
tionalism is an insult to lawfulness (instead of the in- at But whether you hire o
keeps throwing garbage
the good journalist who tries citing to unlawfulness do I agree with your editorialist COMPLETE PLUMBINC? "pro", or act as your own Huffman I
as the ?
that one Communist in with help,
least somewhat objective SERVICE decorator our
"h to be at editorials ... items which
[/ in his treatment of show A. D. SANDERS the plumber's union does not everything in your home will. Willie has been our porter
people they have to reflect your own personalityThat
.. make all plumbers Commu- GATOR since before we were the
fellow man. their exactly as it shouldbe
earn place in the sun- is
nists. But, I would like to remind U.C.B. when it was the Industrial
1 iit, The liberal seems to think it can't be given to them.I Had McKinney him that one faulty PLUMBING home, because is one furnishing of the greatest your Savings Bank.

iJL that by wishing those thingsof just wanted the world to threatding machine-gone un means of self-expression. He is our "housekeeper"and
which Mr. McKinney lead to that alone includes a mul-
know that some people deplore Named Castro. noticed-can a com-
they will 901 WALDO RD. A music lover's home titude of duties Willie is also
spoke to disappear what your editorialsare pletely leaky water MayI would naturally evolve around
just not exist. This is one of trying to do.KEITH EDITOR, Sun: Your un also remind there is only Phone 372-4657 piano, organ, Hi-Fi, radioor our contact man for daily
the childish fancies of the named editorialist has called one Fidel Castro. other musical instrumentsThe dealings with the other banks
type of editorials which have HAYTHORNE for HUGH CUNNINGHAM foca: point in an artist's when local I "clearings" are
in his attack of
home would likely be an oil
appeared in your paper. painting or sculpture.You rna e.
another is that of the liberal
V who feels as do a lot of our Negro CollegeIn Smathers Says PITTSBURGH NOW must therefore not be I

; politicians, that if maybe we compromise the St. Augustine Barry Can't ONLY afraid home to the incorporate items and in Idea your, Do You Have

enough, I 1I which you like best. You may
things we fear now will lose : Wants to MoveMIAMI Beat Johnson C... need some help from us in A Like
their bite, I.e.If we go socialistic E. arrangement and c o I lor Book I
wait long "America's Finest1Outside : : schemes, but in the final analysis
and can I
APThe federal (APSen)
enough for Russia to lean government( has been asked to George Smathers, D-Fla., says; I HOUSE PAINT GALLON I you see, you, whether must you like use what a This From UCB?

sell> 50 acres of land in Dade Sen. Barry Goldwater's, R-Ariz.,, VITOmtD OIL- I decorator or not.
County to Florida Memorial College vote against the civil rights bill vwr
I prevents cracking
,' When all is said and done,
BobbybirdCries i so that it may move from boosted his presidential candidacy this
One coat usually covers r a good rule to go by is :
St. Augustine. in the South but the Arizona i WA;,. If you like on item or idea
I The school has 373 Negro students senator still couldn't beat S.If resistant-ciaonMg and mildew i'TS.UCX c Rrodrsw w very much, USE IT. Then
'Veep'S will be happy in your
I President Johnson. you
and white students.A .
Fume resistant home.
pIgments ,. % oed
Smathers predicted Friday .
...... k--colonsra
q Ntw Unrlt UHWJ college official, the Rev. that Goldwater would not carry Limited Tim. Offer s: a

Edward T. Graham, said Fri- more than 14 states if he and I '
WASHINGTON The Re- day the school wanted to relocate President Johnson contest the 4ss1s

publican Congressional Committee because of the social climate nation's highest office next No i =

has been in St. Augustine and because vember. PITTSBURGH PIATE GLASS eg .
city and county officials Smathers said of \
administration avi a summer G \ \
ing in the would do nothing for the school. racial trouble particularly in 724 N. MAIN 372-1557 t i,

,, ary.For Graham said the request wentto the north and west, could workto I This special offer and oil other Pittsburgh Paints available at the
ornithological guidance the Department of Health, Goldwater's political advan- following stores:

they have published a de- Education and We I far e. If tage. Browns Hardware & Bldg. Sply McCoy Building Supply Center
scriptive listing that Includes approved, he said, Florida Memorial He said he hoped the presidential Hawthorne Florida Gainesville, Florida 1 I

Attorney General Robert F. planned to spend $5.6 election campaign would Harrison Hardware Thompson's Hardware oa .
I Kennedy and Defense Secretory million for new buildings at the not be waged on a black-versus- Chiefland, Florida High Springs Flori"I I M .
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ago disappeared, it meant free *.'{ filter pre-cleaner assures cleaner engine air. NO MONEY DOWN C1t
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The state supreme court decreed ; W! LL

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8A Gainesville Sun Sunday, JuneZI, 1964

Comic Red Skelton Puts Own Art Work on DisplayLAS I

THIS ISOur .':. ... : VEGAS, Nev., (AP-Co- collection of his oil paintings on caricatures of people, and still shallow end of his pool with an' WH Y P aY 0 R E

median Red Skelton kicks off exhibit at the hotel where he is I easel on the bank. I .

...,. his 40th year in show business midway through a six-week en- life.Very shy about his painting,I "When something starts

Saturday with a "straight act"'gagement.The he has never attempted a seri-'ering .me about a both.I, .I J

Town he's 'been working on secretly showing, featuring 50 ous portrait of a personasidefrom work on another one until I can!I
since 1943. I works completed in the past a few clowns. in heavy figure out what's wrong with;
f '""" t.x'1'l.I The 50-year-old comic puts aCuba year, will run to July 14. makeup. the first one. Sometimes I don't',

J. Red's description of how he His wife, Georgia, who stud- find .out for weeks. SometimesI

By JEAN CARVER I If Visitors started painting sounds like one ied art in Los Angeles, came up just don't find out."
a I of his routines."I with the idea of the exhibit. I II In Las Vegas, Red does mostof 5i'c MARY CARTER'SEXHIBIT \

f There is something magnetic:] found that when the smoke was Lambast U.S. went into a big Chicago de-I Skelton was hesitant about his work out-of-doors, wear-

about an underdog.A ,too.thick that the burning can- partment store and just happened -,putting his serious self before'ing a straw hat and a plastic

week ago, you may recall :[pie..cleared the air. Honest. HAVANA (AP-Some of the to notice some paintings:the public, which has applaudedhis raincoat over bathing trunks.
the "Voice of the:1>eople" let,r Should you attempt to test 75 young Americans visiting they had on display there. I antics since he went onstage The raincoat is a weightlosingdevice

ters-to-the-editor Column carp :his solution, it might be a good Cuba despite U.S. bans on such asked a clerk about one that at the age of 10. I in the 95degree desert
ried a lament from John W. idea to wear some sort of robe travel are heaping praise on looked to me like a bunch of Skelton grimaces while he heat. */ the

Hastings about cigaret smokers 'and claim to be Diogenes seek Cuban schools and scorn on blotches. He said, 'Ten thousand makes laughing remarks but he "I know my stuff isn't good NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
who inflict their eyesmartingsmoke ing truth. This may lead, however those in the United States. wouldn't buy that one.' is keenly'sensitive to criticism-I now. Maybe it never will be,I

and litter of ashes and to more problems than "These centers are superiorto "I told him I was one of the whether it comes from another'!but at least people will be able' BE-rr ; XJV ,CJ;: J\; _
squashed remains on silent,you had with cigaret smoke. those which exist in the Unit- ten thousand and went out and artist, an entertainer or a work!to say, 'I don't like the mouth',

tolerant associates. Then there's John Askins, ed States," said Anne Kramer, bought my first set of paints man at the hotel. I or "The ears are too big for that] OVER 1000 STORES FROM COAST TO COAST I
Faster than you can whip around out editor of the Alligator, student a UCLA student on a visit to a that afternoon." He works rapidly, sometimes face.' Nobody will ever walk f 1
your trying to get it to light the first newspaper at the University of Havana kindergarten.Tania Skelton's paintings fall into on three or more canvases atone I away from something I do won-,
time, he was rebuked. Moore, a New York sec- three categories portraits of time. He paints indoors, dering what it's supposed to 501 N.W. 8th Are. Phone 376-7588
,I Solution There is a secre- Bucking the trend of migrating retary, said of the same kinder- animals and clowns, elongated I:outdoors, even standing .in the:be," Red says.
students headed to St. Augustine
tary in Sarasota who became garten, "My greatest wish .
to see the sights and ..
very disgusted about having would be to have my 4yearoldson
spend Daddy's on
her watering eyes smear her rather than exam blue books, Bobby, in a place as mag
I note taking at smoke filled nificent as this."
Askins asked that students pur-
meetings and going home smelling -
sue their academic interests
like a factory.She rather than asking to be pursued i i
small candle and ." .
got a '
by irrational humans who
I just might crease those educated : : SERVICE 1 AND
Gets Sentence .. ..
skulls. M .. .- FOOD COURTESYI
For Spanking Like Hastings, Askins was .. ..,.I' S.. .
soundly put down. .. I
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LOS ANGELES (APNinetydays gator were devoted to letters 1 -f.. ... FAIR -
in jail was the punishmentmeted criticizing Askins and his re- : :. DIFFERENCE AT
>. .'THE : I
out to choirmaster Vin- sponses. ..- ".I'
cent George Morton, 30, who ad Solution: Either restore MOTHPROOFING'SFREE
\ mitted punishing one of his apathy with a few God, mother< FOOD AIR I
) youthful charges with 65 swats. and country essays or continuethe eeseM
Morton, one-time master of perilous path toward en-
the Mitchell Boys Choir, was couraging an exchange of diverse
given the sentence Friday as: thinking while inviting
I one condition of three years, more and more letters to the with our drycleaning PRICES GOOD THROUGH WED. NOON QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

J probation. editor. but it's only a small part
Morton was convicted May 26 I Last, there's the local drive- of the professionally thoroughway ... ,
of using extreme punishment on I in manager who just thinks we prepare winter woolensfor &

,) Thomas Smith, 11, of suburban I he's an underdog. storage. With our notionally -j9 t ,.
Garden Grove who was given I Friday he called The Sun CLEANING famous SANITONE DRY- rfiJlij..l I Merchlr s I"1 ( t
service we get '
65 swats for being 65 minutes; fussing about the new weekly them completely CLEAN and j I : ; SUNNYLAND'S CARDINAL BRAND SLICED
late to a choir practice Feb. 29, schedule of TV movies. Why SOFT and SWEETSMELLINGthen 'j avnrars i .
conditions f: give them free advertising and MOTH PROOFED and
Morton's other o: M STAMPS
placed in BOX STORAGE .
probation: he may have no con not the local theaters, he the meticulous way to tuck I RJtONASO
trol of youngsters under 18, asked? woolens away. I Fc1 0 .
may not be with them unless: Oh, dear sir.Can't I = BACONaacae

other adults are present and you imagine what people 1.-.. .-*-MKM3L---..s / 8 1
may not direct a choir or other are going to do after s p f/onel 8IAcchlnts
J 1 children's activities.Outlines ing that: .... e.rvk. -----_ '
I -The noon movie yesterdaywas /
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Do's, "The Attack of the 50- >. '

i Foot Woman." :.:..>.. ,
Don't ForPublic I. -Today's 12:30: movie on FUR STORAGE
'channel 12 is "Killer Ape.1Ithe ': MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : ,
Defenders wim mis COUPON AND MKMASI Of
Just things for the kids to REPAIRING. RESTORINGand : [ BAN DEODORANT : = -
I catch after going to Sunday REGLAZING I 1.00 SIZE ROLL-ON or t
TALLAHASSEE (APPublicdefenders School. I Bonded Pick-up and Delivery 1 .. 69* SIZE CREAM.oNtOSTftCtWYO asc 1 = LB PKG
should not offer free I %..-... < ..
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legal counsel to state prisoners I II
I TV movies was made in 1959 Call FR 2.8521
and the general public on non- and the oldest in 1928, starring
t. criminal matfpr?,,Fnrida) Attpr-:Ginger, Rogers and ,Douglas IDEALLAUNDRY w

ney General James Kynes said :Fairbanks Jr.NovJes'don't'even. I _
Friday. j;?;. *:Z _A have to be -
Kynes alsff'sald'pTibllc'defenders better'than ever to lure crowdsof '
should not file petitions fora moviegoers away from a'' 517 S.W. 2nd Ave. FLORIDA GRADE ..
person's release from illegal schedule like that. I FRESH SMALL ... 1
confinement habeas in ---
( corpus) '
j.. private civil practice.He I
, said the Florida Supreme -&J. EGGS

Court ruled that habeas corpus i your best choicer Foe Bargains; SOUTHERN MADEGRITS
I petitions are criminal rather *
I than civil actions. quality and dependability ) -By The Bagful:

Public defenders are limitedto :;
the practice of civil law when ,
not working as a member of the DOlL FIRST OF

Kynes made the statements in 4 i

answer to questions about the An economical and
role of the public defender. practical answer for FULL HB BOX
; secure storage space.
Winter Haven Come in a wide rangeof BANQUET FROZEN
sizes and st ;les. n ALL YARI ET1ESDINNERS
Held 79
Negroes SEE THEM

lice arrested four Negroes who

!. picketed the all-white downtown I
Ritz theater after being refused 2 FOR7g

admission Friday night. I CHESNUT OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
All were released on $100 bond
I each on a charge of obstructing I 105 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE PH. FR 2-8421
[jt officers in the line of duty. I
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Sunday, June 21, 1964 Goinesvife Sun 9A

fClieapr by the Dozen? Oh No! SELF PROPELLED r;

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f By JIM SIMMONS causes some comfortable reflection The children include eight I "Mrs. Primo and I have set itative to earn spending mon-
in Dad today.' girls and four boys: Terry, their I:certain standards for the chil- ey, the boys can't see any immediate 'HEAVY DUTY MOWER
ii "Pandemonium is the best description I effect from their studies -
married daughter, 21; Fred Jr., -
"This includes all of the prob- dren, he related. "Although we
of what its like to be lems, and af- 19; Richard, 18; Stephen, 17; and I think this is part of Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Eng ne.with spring-
the father of 12 children," said ill-feelings sorrow don't demand that all of our All-steel mower base.
fection that's involved in daily Michael, 15; Diane, 13; Janice, the problem, Primo. wound impulse-type starter.
Fred Prim ,,father of children be "A"students, since
an even
; 11; Pamela, 9; Deborah, 7;
dozen: living. Mary Elizabeth, 5 Susan, 4, this is a God-given ability, we So numbers haven't reducedthe
His position as the father of 12 ordinary problems at all,de- \ BIG 22-INCH CUT
and Alexis 2&.
do that a
Primo,a research associate in children is similar to the fatherof expect everyone spite one familiar adage:
nuclear engineering at the University sincere effort to do their best."
the average size family except "Many times when addressingone "All of the teasing I've been
of Florida, said the big, "everything is multiplied." of the children quickly, I!
"The boys are unwilling to getting about things being
family compounds all of the ex- Food purchasing and storage find myself saying two or threeof accept this responsibility and cheaper by the dozen will be $ 95
periences of parenthood, just iii adaptation for a the other kids' names beforeI "
require special have a very casual attitude coming to an end, confided
case a happy Father's Day large family, of course. For in- get the right name," said about their studies. Although Primo. "Number 13 will be ONLY 53

stance, the Primo family con-I Primo."We've. they have demonstrated the in- here soon." \
sumes two gallons of milk a, had one honest-to- ( EASY
A day ,which used to cost them "
Boy $60 a month. Since the milk goodness vacation in 23 years, ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A TERMS
said Primo. "It's almost impos-
commission increased the ,
price sible to get all of the family together t \
they have begun mixing pow- at one time." FLORIDA Swimming Pool ., ; PUSH TYPE
And HisFather dered and regular milk. f'3.\ h.p. 4-cycle, engine
: -"This has cut the milk cost in It's also next to impossible 22-Inch cut only
half and the kids like it," said getting the family into one car
Co.A '
Primo. and as a result when the whole by Rivers Construction Available 20. 22 & 25-
inch mowers with Briggs Strat-
1 k'r &
The Primos take advantage of family goes anywhere, it's in ; ton engines slightly higher.
the food specials, especially:two cars. QUALITY POOL Backed by a I

meat, and as a result have a And animals are a part of the FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY ALL MOWERS SERVICED
of cold The Primo """ with gas and oil, ready to
Dads will have their day today large storage large family picture. .
t but what about those who space. They have a combination' pets have included geese, frogs, 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40 use.PARTS
qualify them to celebrate? 13 cu. ft. refrigerator and 250 fish, birds, dogs, snakes and at Priced at$3.000 to$3,500
I lb. freezer, and a second refrigerator the present Mike has a collec- NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCINGWITH ; & QUICK REPAIR
Some -of the at
which is 11 cu. ft. tion of turtles. SERVICEBuy
the Boys'' Club had a few
all and
where parts quick
you con get
thoughts earlier this week EACH
trained mechanics
Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board repair service by factory
Filter -
three or four long summery System when need it.
days before today. This is r Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner TRADEINSWELCOMED SEE you THESE MOWERS TOMORROW!

what they said: Leaf Net ... .
'OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 til 5p.m.
I affr going to
feed the rabbits ; MOVES MERCHANDISE: CO. We will gladly accept your old
and maybe go RIVERS CONSTRUCTION mower on one of these new models. C. B. BOHANNON, .

fishing on Fath- 1909 EAST 5th STREET GOOD USED MOWERS

er's Day," said = DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA, FOR SALE! 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561
622.7048 FLA.
( Danny Price,
son of Mr.. and -.I _.- 11 j
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Mrs. Robt. E. 'f. U.lli

Smith of 504'. !lJ, j

., S.E. 17th St. Ah-h-h.

J David Nash, Danny
13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kane Cool I Comfort

Nash, 301 SW 34th St., is planning .
I I] to spend the day with his ,;''III
Pt father fishing at Ncwnan's Lake.

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t David Scotty 'III N' IIIpIillilllll IIIIIu? ..II II I IIIIIIII II I III! .'
; "We're going to Lake Winnottto SOME PRICES I

joy ourselves," said Scott Mon- COST-No Dealers Please! t
roe, 10, son of Mr. and, Mrs.
Monroe of 1327 NE 14th --

Joe Folsom, 12, son of CarltonC.
Folsom, 804 NE 10th Pl.,

after what,he calling was home going to to be find doingon out 4,000 BTU 8,000 BTU, 17,000 BTU I 15,000 BTU

,Father's Day announcedwith
a big grin that his family filters Washable filters All crated units, with 3 speeds
,+t will go to Crescent Beach for Ventilation controlAll Ventilation controlAll multi-speed font, ThermostatAdj.
a picnic welded chassis welded chasm matic thermostat, Grills
f Thermostat control $I19Washable Thermostat contrlRustresistant $159 Slideout chassis auto$21'8 I 0 Vent Control $198
Rust resistant cabinet cabinet Zinc Coated Cabinet
NEMA rated to
5-year warranty .5-year warranty Slide out Chassis
Cools 250 sq. ft. Cools 500 sq. ft. up to 1200 square Cools 950 sq. ft.3C,000.

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Washable filters to 1150 square feet! models, with slide
Ventilation control

Joe BrewA .. Thermostat AU welded chassis control 138 1 Thermostat welded chassis control 169 ,. thermostat.and Hot multi-speed automatic- fan $298 out speed matic chassis thermostat fan,,auto-multi- $349

Rust resistant cabinet Rust resistant cabinet .' All crated 1964 NEMA rated. Coolsup

family reunion Is planned Cools 5-year 400 warranty sq. ft. .. 5-year Cools 600 warranty.q. ft. models, with ..liclovtchauisl I to 2000 squoro
for the family of Brew McGill,

12, son of F. G. McGill of 2220 -..-11:
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Dan Boyd Baisden's parents, _-- -= FAMOUS MAKE

Mr and Mrs. Boyd Baisden'
4311 SW 44th SL, will be'at"th,: Cools Several Rooms or 1250 ft
= sq.
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Bojs Club to watch him receive -- ;;; aa

the two ribbons he won in I t, _=_--==",,,---- -:==== 3-Speed Powerful I

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3577 NW 16th Ave. said that his} \ __ / .... Easy
family is planning' to spend I s..rr.. Payment
Father's Day at home,together.,:;'I Plan
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t Mrs.John'- Wm.Sneed E., Sneed son of of Mr.926 and NE' \ Im I- ALL CRATED 1964 MODELS! .

7th Ave., will go to Cedar Key I i 5,000 BTU COOLING CAPACITY NEMA rated Air exchange exhausts
with his father for a day of All deluxe features stale air

1 ing; fish-I J $10800 Fits flush in window Zinc<:lad cabinet! .

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4 Thermostat thancabinets untreated..h
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_r.-T.-- 220 VOLTS OcL fr SOT.Opt.Extra '. Wirin* fir lust.Arranged mt tit*Spot=> ,:,
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John Sneed John Coker
John Coker III, visit said his from famI-his ACRES OF FREE PARKING U The only true measure 1 That give you Instant
ly is expecting a COPEN of value guaranteed cash savings...guaranteed
grandparents on Father's Day. I /U
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lOA Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964
tra under Dorothy Reaves and _
the choruses and soloists under
the direction of Mrs. Walter
: Murphree. Five choirs of the
jCHORDS. First Baptist Church, from lit- WATCH FOR
tle children to high school stu- .
dents, assisted the senior choirin
And DiscordsBY a Christmas program under '
the direction of Fred Schol- r

VERB RICHARDS \ field. Highland presented PresbyterianChurch a Christmas biq Im1A. I

.. candlelight service under Jane -

With the advent 'of summer, was mentioned in the same recital by University Organist,I Sterrett. covering- Christmas I expended
the Willis Bodine-all with favor- music from time of Christ to: coverage
noted mu-
the first half of the lOOt season week. Also was
ends. This column began on sic of the September 29 morn- able comments. The December present day. Jt

the first of September, 1963, ing service of the First Methodist 8 column covered the success-
and it is proper to include Church, Mrs. Helen Jones, ful Gainesville Woman's Club .

: from September to January as organist-choir director.In Madrigal Dinner Concert, and ElectricalMOTORS --- --
also mentioned was the Univer-
of this" 1963-64 concert
part the same article, the Oc- sity Choir, Elwood Keister di in the
: year. tober meeting of the Gaines- recting, and the Men and Wom- REBUILT : every >

The promise made in the ville Music Teachers Associ- en's Glee Clubs, Webb directing. Residential Commercial
first article of this series has ation, and the excellent play- December 16th we covered the I i Industrial
been kept, and city musicalsand ing of the guest artist, pianist important Junior High School I CALL '
University of Florida offerings Elinor Baily was mentioned. I Vocal Clinic, featuring Irvin C. P. Dressier ('H Oiafnr5uil1 inn

have had as complete In November, special music! Cooper. : .
coverage as was possible. Cer- Electrical Contractor
in Highland Presbyterian Dec. 8, the UF department of
.. tainly many more and differ- Church, including the operetta music presented the Choral Un- 910 N.W. 4th St. MOST COMPLETE DAILY COVERAGE IN THIS AREA
ent musical events have been
"Patience" under Mrs. Phone FR 6-6193
ion, University Choir, and Sym-
: reviewed than in the previoussix and Dr. Delbert Sterrett, was
Orchestra in Handel'sMessiah
years I have been music reviewed.The phony
; critic for the "Sun." Includedwere with faculty member
reviews of the larger mu- programs of the Florida soloists, all excellent under Kei-

sical events in the Gainesville State Music Teachers Conven- ster's direction. P. K. Yonge's -- ,<},- -"'
churches, and a number: of tion were noted as far as possible senior class show "I remember f''j- -y--> !-f-' lf1E........ .: .... -
smaller churches were noticedfor including a performance Mamma", was given Decem- ? : SAVF
their music. The j junior!by Lyceum Council's artist, pianist -ber 20, and the Gainesville ha... m T -
highs and many of the elementary Leon Fleisher. The Youth Orchestra appeared the ? Bob White VJ
schools had their spe- Gainesville High School's fine same night.December 12, How- iF
cial musical offerings reviewed !production of "Finian's Rain- ard Bishop Junior High, :Mrs. ,. $ SLICED
and pictures taken when possi-i bow", "with excellent singingand Jane Hall directing, gave band ilJ
ble-something unknown there- acting, was noted November -and choral concerts. On the
known heretofore.The I 22nd. 13th, Gainesville Music Teachers 11i.
gave the first of three for- BACON
Lyceum Council University % I The Lyceum Council gave us mat programs by students. r! hIi
of Florida artist, Bry- :the grand opera "Tosca", re WiU1M
ant Sullivan, on September 24th 'viewed December 1. The Tex- December 15th, the First
was given credit for being the as Boy's Choir performance in Methodist Choir, with Mrs. STOaE -
great artist he is. The regular Williston was covered as wellas Jones directing, presented the A
morning service music in the a program by the G.H.S. cantata "The Incarnate Word," Lb 3 9 /" i1 _
First Baptist Church under the "Melodettes, at the Gainesville with music by Russell Dan- "Bfl'iI&-iI
direction of Fred G. Scholfield Kiwanis Club, and an organ I burg and libretto by Mrs. Jones. i' iif
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Sunday, June 21, 1964_ Gainesville Sun 11A

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AT THELIBRARY CSatostiitte! SuuRELIGION Never A Dull Moment

'was asked :why we thank God,I|in line to wash their hands.
.. Hundreds of YoungstersAt answered "for
she confidently I "Bruce splashed me all wet
giving us food." She is the Randy Kerr
[ V- AfrJ J J J announced as they
"Over the Counter" and there that we do not miss the Vacation Church Schools'daughter of Mr. and Mrs: David sat down at the table. Bruce

"The Farmer Takes a Wife" roar and clatter of life in the Fouts. just grinned. Napkins were

by Shelia. Turner. Holt, Rine- outside world. Chain passed out solemnly and .
Missionary By ELAYNE HASTINGS "Where the babies towheaded Bobby Anderson, son of Dr. pains
are -
hart and Winston, 1963, 196... takingly by pint-sized Tarn I
Hectic but there is and Mrr. Richard Anderson
books available maybe, -yearold'La u r a Lynn Ross amidst
the cries

Among new
By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN never a dull moment when Hackett wanted to know as she proudly displayed his name tag. 'Where's' mine?" of
at the library tomorroware some one-hundred youngstersare was brought into the nurseryby I'm Bobby," he announced to
:. These two utterly delightful the following: Due Here in 65Florida's
) books must really be considered in the same place at the her mother, Mrs. R. L. Hack all in sight.
General Interest time. ett. Laura the of
same was charge
as one because they run As her teacher asked if a doctor Power of
"America the Beau t ful" This is certainly the prevail 11.year-old Jeanie Mel ton, Prayer
EO smoothly one into the other. 35 Chainof addresses will in was part of God's care,
year-old sionary be
(Kennedy) excerpts fromKennedy's ing mood at various Vacation daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charl- -
The is set in an English] Brashear looked up
story Assemblies will auditoriums churches I Daphne
Missionary public ,
speeches and writ- Church Schools about the area. ton Melton, while Mrs. Hackett
village, one of those towns make its debut in Gainesville in schools, civic clubs and forum' from her pasting as she nodded
ing on America and Americans, Take a typical day at the First taught a class. Dear
which in 1950 still manages to February, 1965. luncheons and dinners. knowingly to no one in particular. Editor -
color photographs; "How to Presbyterian Church, for example When tiny Susan Fouts, stylishly .
with little half. Dr. w Wi : "W h
look like 1600 are
Daphne's parents y
village Build a Small Boat" (Schock) An inter denominational, inter The movement is called a"chain" : clad in a polka dot shift, don't offer .
timbered cottages around a and Mrs. Billy Brashear. *, you
detailed instructions, includ racial movement, the because it begins an I
1 green with a duck pond. ing 12 complete boat plans; "A "Chain" will bring a half dozenor intensive six week's tour in "I'm a Martian," blond Jamey .. answers
Mary to
To this attractive village come widow, and Pictorial History of American more speakers for a seriesof Jacksonville the middle of Jan- North Central Plans Mason confided. "My rocket religious i
Braid questions
an Feb. 11-12. The mis- and "winds" its down "
in Crime" (Churchill) an illus programs uary way was wrecked in cuter space.
her brother Jim, shattered trated account of 50 famous the middle and along both coastsof He chuckled, "That's what all which many
boa and nerves from his actionin Florida through 22 cities. Mission Program people may
have decidedon crimes; "Tracks Across t h eSky" us Martians on earth say. He
the war. They To Attend More than 20 denominationalgroups woAder. about -
this place in which to make (Shamburger) story '-' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. but
.the pioneering in the U. S. Airmail have participated in Mason.
an adequate living for a small Missions will have The reluctant to ask local
"The Giants and the some Florida cities. a special emphasis on missionsat a
investment. Here in Lower Barley Dodgers" (Allen) story of the WSCS Meet Unique in Florida, the Chain emphasis at the North North Central is traditional During Bible story telling clergymen?

they have bought the tiny I rivalry between the two teams; comes each year during the Central Baptist Church on with the church, stated time little Wayne Hackett

village store and set up as shopkeepers "La Legion!" (Bocca) storiesof height of the tourist season. At Tuesday night with a special Mrs. Blanche Douglas, publicity thought he had the perfect an I believe brief answers

t !. They have had no experience the French Foreign Legion, At Junaluska some meetings, as many as 40 program led by the Worn. chairman. Several years swer for Joseph and Mary find would be of general in.

'' and much of the humor its history and drama; "The states have been represented in en's Missionary Union of the ago when North Central was ing no room in the inn. "They terest, and perhaps con.

c 'of the book comes from Destruction of Dresden" (Irving LAKELAND The Florida the audience. The first "chain"in church. gathering funds for a new had to stay out on the road," tribute to the bringing of

then:attempts ,tQ, run the store ) a study of the bombingof Methodist Conference will be 1929 included Orlando De- Husbands are urged to at- auditorium, the need arose 'he patiently explained. He was more pecple to a better

and:,cope wJh'the vagaries of Dresden; "Power in Wash well represented at the South- Land and St. Petersburg.The tend the program, starting at for Carol Estates Mission. greeted by echoes of "in a understanding and thusto

J the village people' who are their ington" (Cater) insights into wide school of missions for the I stated of the 6:30 p.m. with a covered dish The membership at North stable" from all corners of the a greater faith."

customers. purpose stated Mrs. Jane Central voted its own building room."That's.
of supper
church's Woman's Society
book Is Mary's month the struggle to govern. movement is "to present speakers The above is a paraphrasing -
JheT Thorpe, Womans Missionary fund to aid the
Christian Service and the Wes- money
Biography the national and international II what they saw that of reader'sletter
account of their life on a
by: month Union President.The establishment of the new I
and-of> ,the feuds and foibles of I "Charles Darwin" (De Beer) leyan Service Guild, June 25- mission of the church and I star" cried Randy Kerr, whose which has much

the villagers.It study of Darwin and his scientific 28 at Lake Junaluska, N. C. thus help promote the Kingdomof Mrs. Wood program Wester, planned, Mission by church, which, Carol today Estates has Baptist over-'parents are Mr. and Mrs. S. H. merit. We indeed, with

is a gentle story filled with contributions, incorporating Heading the delegation will God here and throughout the Study chairman will feature SCO members. Kerr, as he raced to the bulletin all our sponsors, would
information published in be three general WSCS officersof world." board and pointed. render such
loveable-hateable people. Mary like to a
I Mrs. I. E. Enlow of Palatka North Central now gives 17
in small town the centennial studies; "T he the Florida Conference: Mrs. No campaigns are Dark-haired Lisa Cunninghamsat service.Accordingly.
finds that living a money presenting the book, "Spiri per cent of its budget to I public
involves a great deal of generous Little Nightmusic" (Chotzinoff) C. Durward Johnson of Quincy, made, although free will offer tual Life Development." She world missions, and 10 of in wide-eyed wonder as she I

forgiveness and understanding. intimate sketches of 7 musicians president; Mrs. John Wilsonof ings are taken to help pay for will be aided by Mrs. N. B. the church's young people jealously guarded the dollsizedChrist a panelof

But she and Jim, and her ; "To Number Our Days" Gainesville, vice president the costs of the Chain. Other finances Langford, wife of the pastorat have committed their lives tofull child wrapped in a blanket clergymen, representing -
daughter when she is home (Van Paasen) autobiography, and Mrs. L. F. Shore of Jacksonville are met by offering in- North Central. time Christian service. and lying in a miniature various faiths, will

from school weather the dill sequel to "Days of Our Years"; treasurer. terested persons $1 sponsorship ------ manger. Lisa's parents are Dr. aid us in preparing com

culties and come to feel at one "Luther and the Reformation"Green Bishop James W. Henley of memberships.The and Mrs. Richard Cunningham."I'm posite answers to basic

'with the people around them. ( ) an English scholar's Jacksonville, who administersthe first meeting of the local making supper," sang religious questions.

The people of the village are account of the Reformation and Florida Conference, will group was held this week, with Minister Mixes Betty Summer, small daughterof Questions favoring or
admirably drawn and on every Luther's part in it; "Dickensin address the nine-state group State Director Mrs. Cecil R. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Sum-
I concerning a particular
page are ,whimsical situations His Time" (Brown) studyof twice on the closing day. Davis of Daytona Beach here to I mer. "Hop in your seats, it's denomination cannot be

: and laughter. In the end comes everyday life at the time of Other Floridians on the program explain the program. She also I Jazz Religionserene supper time," she chanted as considered in our domain,

love and the doors of a fuller Dickens. include Mrs. Junior Avers -spoke at a meeting of the Ministerial she conscientiously set her doll- and no individual corres-

1 life are opened both to Mary Mysteries"The Bradenton; Miss Cleo Bar Association.Local sized table. pondence can be entered

4 and Jim. With the thorough ap- Toff on the Farm" ber, director of the Methodist chairman is Mrs. J. M. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-The music usually played in Punch and cookie J time into. Only rough this

,' .proval of Barbara. (Creasey) mystery connectedwith Settlement House in Tampa; McClamroch. Other officers are trumpet man blows it hot and churches seems worshipful only brought shrieks of joy as the I column can wfe try to give

The second book goes on with the sale of a farm; "The Miss Elizabeth Howell of Cen- Mrs. Tim Mitchell and Mrs. .wild. The piano and bass pick because we are conditioned to kindergarten class raced to get, these nonse arian an-

the adventures of the first. Scavengers" (Knox) myster- ter Hill, a missionary to Japan George Alderman, vice chair the beat. When the music to !
and problems ious along Britain's and Jennie Floodof men Mrs. Corbin Carnell cor- up it.But swers you questions.
Minor perplexities happenings Miss ; :stops, a man stands up to read he admitted that he could THIS SUMMER -
: are met and solved. New coast; "The Rules of the Game" Yulee, a rural work specialist responding secretary; Mrs. Leon -"beat" poetry. not adopt the jazz format of the Plan for a Please writ !your questions -

situations come up and new (Morrow) the kidnapping of a assigned to Harlan, Ky. Henderson, recording secretary service to his regular "Southern Keswick" or testi ony to appear .

characters drift onto the scene. film star's g ran ddaughter; In addition, Mrs. HowardV. and Mrs. James Richardson But the man is a minister. vesper Sunday morning service. The here, toi Editor, P.

The second book can be read "Maigret's Dead Man" (Sime- Weems of Sebring, a mem- treasurer. .Those who listen are seated in congregation would be too FAMILY VACATION O. Box 13,1 Norwalk,

separately but it lacks some non) the tracing of a murder ber of the general Methodist Chairmen and co chairmen pews, not at candlelit tables. shocked. Brown said he believes, IN FLORIDA I Conn. (Copyri ht EFCO)

thing without the foretaste of through the Paris underworld; Board of Missions, will con of key committees are as follows -'The scene is "jazz and religion"an the dislike This public seiyice sponsored -
reason people S S
many I
There are the "Counterstroke" (Wayland) : experimental vesper serviceat
the first book. duct a clinic for WSCS offi modem art is that it tells them JUNE 22-JULY 19 by:
same personages in the second the apprehending of a shipmentof Inter church promotion, Mrs. ; Louisville's First Unitarian I! four great weeks!
follow heroin from Red China. cers.Mrs. Alderman and Rev. William M. unpleasant truths about them-
book, and more, and we church. at St. Petersburg
J. Ben Stalvey, Miami
selves. The same sort of feeling,
with the same ea Ferguson; spiritual life, Mrs. DAILY BIBLE CONFERENCE
their affairs Fiction is southeastern secretary The reader of poetry and moving JONES-JO NSON
he said would resistanceto .
Chris Matheson and Mrs. K. D. cause *
ger.interest. "The Kite in the Sea" (Koch) of student work for the spirit in organizing this jazz
the of in church. AIR CONDITIONED
use jazz COMFORTS
lavishly illustrated -. account of Childs; hospitality, Rev. and :
Both books are sensitive a younggirl's church's nine-state jurisdiction. service was William David
that Mrs. John Andes; schools, Mrs, The vesper service, tried here FUNERAL HOME
with line drawings acquiringr understandingof
: a..bespectacled, energetic -
t are as satisfying as the text. herself and others; "Trade J.,B. White, Mrs.Villi nl Pier young man with red hair for the first time this spring,' '" ? ..

J I When you finally finish the sec- Wind" (Kaye) historical novel son and Mrs. D. E. White; community I who is quick to tell you he had as its theme, "The" Triumph' NEAR FAMOUS- -BEACHES, 311 S.MAI ST.

ond book you are glad of the and love story set in Zanzibar Horsey CustomerNEW promotional, Mrs. Fletcher -;thinks jass is entirely appropriate -and Mystery of Man. Triumphhere Send for complete information:

note on the book-jacket that during slave running days; Baldwin; civic clubs, Dr. in a 1964 church service.' the Unitarian pastor said SOUTHERN KESWICK BIBLE FR
Sheila Turner is even now at "More Stately Mansions" ((0- YORK (AP) A runaway Donald Hart; books Mrs. Ray- ] indicated man's cumulative CONFERENCEST. 6-5341 1

work on another book about 'Neill) a hitherto unpublished horse that bolted from its mond Tassinari; young adults, Mr. Brown he declines the achievements and the continua- PETERSBURG 8
I Lower Barley. drama; "My Heart Is Broken" wagon in a Brooklyn street gal- Mrs. Jim Clayton; youth, Mrs. j title of reverend-said, "Jazz is tion of the species. i
The books are pleasant to ((Gallant) 8 short stories anda loped three blocks and into a Emmanuell Gillin and MissK ;MI honest musical reflection I 1rl.T

read, definitely light and definitely short novel; "Five Plays" furniture store where it broke a t h r y n Summers; men's I he! state of man in the United

free from troublesome ((Garcia Lorca) 5 comedies' dishes and other items Friday. prayer breakfast, Capt. Aubrey States; today. If it is dissonantt ". -. ..55'r".',....-t: I ... v:r 9, *S
activities. The Spanish The store owner suffered Reece, and publicity, Hugh Cun J; is because we are dissonant. . slants on global by the outstanding "
]fie maintained that the more I. f1:: P, Y # .
minor head injuries. ningham. --
t world here centers in Lower dramatist. ':: .S W''I' <=oooJ.:
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Minor ChangesDue Community DirectoryAve. GOIN'

in Bible
I I GAINESVILLE CHURCHES j 4200 NW 39th Ave., services at Road, Holy Communion at 8:30: ., Sunday school, 10 a.m.,I

Court Petition I Advent Churches 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. a.m.; family service at 9:30; Sacrament meeting, 6:30 pjn. I

Ridgeview Baptist Church, morning prayer at 11 a.m. on Nazarene ,
'" .. FISHIN'?
( TALLAHASSEE (AP-Minor) Advent Christian Church, 617 NW 19th St., services at 11 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Communion First Church of the Nazarene "Io>< NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 302 SE 1st Ave. servicesat
in a petition to,the U.S. am.: and 8 p. m. on ,
changes and 7:30 pjn.Umbarger Westside Baptist Church, Holiness 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. i
Court for a rehearing !
Supreme Memorial Advent 4039 Newberry Road, servicesat Eliam Pentecostal, SW Archer Trinity Church of the Nazar* .
of the state's Bible reading case Christian, ISth St. at 45th Ave., Rd. services at 11 ajn. Ave. servicesat
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. I cue, 926 NW 31st Read : IFLORIDA1S
will be made soon, Atty. Gen. services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Catholic and 7:30 pjn. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

James Kynes said Friday. p.m. 1738 Lake Forest Pentecostal Holiness University Ave. Church of the
Chapel, /
St. Augustine MOST
4 Kynes said the Dade County Alliance Churches W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat Church, services at 11 a.m.1 Nazarene, 3545 W. Univ. Ave., ,
School Board'and his office
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor- 9:30 and 11 a.m., daily mass and-7:30 p.m. services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:3C V
would. change their petition before OUTDOORPAGE.
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 Mon. through Fri. at 6:30 a.m. University Pentecostal Holiness p.m. } t :
presentation to the court. NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at i and 5 p.m., Sat. at 9 a.m. Confession Church, Odd Fellows temple Presbteran!
Earlier this month, the court 637 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. Tues. at 7 p.m., Fri. at at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services First Presbyterian Church, t." 1
ruled as unconstitutional thestate's at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 300 SW 2nd Ave.,.services at 1a.m. No other single paper has all of these features:
law for Bible of God 5 p.m.Sl .
Inter-denominational and 7:30
First Assembly of God, Wal Patrick's Church, 704 NE p.m. I Sportsman's Digest by Hal SharpS
reading :and prayers public 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30 9,, Gainesville Drive-In Church, Grace Presbyterian Church
.. .schools.; do Road, services at 11 a.m. 10:30 ajn. and 12 noon. Hawthorne Road service at 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 Solunar Tables by John Alden Knight
The action came on an appeal and 7:30 p.m. 8:30 ajn. am. i

.. by a group of atheists Unitarians Baptist Christian ChristianFirst Church, SW The Salvation Army, 22' SW Highlands Presbyterian Church Fishing TidesOutofdoor

and Jews in Miami who Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 2nd Ave. at 8th St., service at 2nd St., services at 11 ajn. and 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat Photos '..

-complained the practice violated SE, 15th St., services .at 11 730 pjn. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.
their constitutional rights of separation ajn. and 7:30 p.m. I 11 West ajn.Side Christian Church Jehovah's Witnesses Kanapaha Presbyter Ian Fishing and hunting columnS
of church and state. Carol Estates Baptist at Gainesville Little Kingdom Han of Jehovah's Church, Archer Road past Numerous feature articles on '
'meeting Witnesses 1124 NE 3rd Ave. Medical Center service at 11 .
Church, 1428 NE 20th Place, 4039 NW 16th Ave., ,
Theatre ,
outdoor subjects j
services at 11 ajn. and 7:30 service at 6:30 p.m. alL _
Says Solid Fuel pm. I service at 11 ajn.Christian LutheranFirst Quakers %.\ 44

Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. Scientist Lutheran Church, 1801 Religious Society of Friends, 'S % '
Won't Detonate 42C(I The outdoors shopper also .
Church can s
Univ. Ave., services at 11 Christian Science NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30: 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service al 1 .s j
..... SW 12th St Service at 11 a.m. '
CHINA LAKE Calif. (AP-. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and 11 a.m.Gethsemane. 11 ajn. find what he wants to buy t\ '
Church of Christ Lutheran Unltarian-Unlversallst
Independent Baptist .
4S.s$ Son
'I The: Air Force v says tests show. Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. Church, 1905 NE 12th St., ser Unitarian Universalist Fellowship the same page. \ .

solid fuel used in space booster!.: Ter., services at 11 ajn. and Ave., services at 11 a.m. and vice at 11 a.m.University 1204 NW 10th Ave.,
: won't det.onate
for the Titan' 3 rocket 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.Fourteenth. Lutheran Church. Sunday school and services

I "under impact First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. St. Church of 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at both at 11 a.m. FOR MORE ON THE OUT-OF-DOORS "
Fri ,
b. A: spokesman.*disclosed Ave., services at 11 a.m. and Christ, 205 NW 14th St., services 11 AREA CHURCHES .. '
day that a na' ordinanae research [ 7:30 p.m.Forest at 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. a.m.Methodist Baptist READ THE OUTDOOR PAGE 5 .

I track was used to hurl' Park Baptist 1624 Northeast Church of Christ: Centenary Methodist, 1400 Archer Baptist Church, services -

a 118,000-pound motor segmen!.t NW 5th Ave., services at 11 418 E. Univ. Ave., services at!. SE Hawthorne Road, servicesat at 11 ajn. and 8 pjn. EACH THURSDAY IN THE

1 into,a concrete abutment at 43! ajn. and 7:43 p.m. 11 ajn. and 6 pjn. 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Eliam Baptist Church, Mel-

,miles per hour. Gainesville Primitive Baptist Thirty-ninth Avenue Church Faith Methodist Church, Ho- rose, worship services at 11ant.

g The fuel did not detonate the Church SW 34th St. at AT- of Christ 1811 NW 39th Ave., ward Bishop Jr. High Cafetor. and 7:30 pjn. .. _

spokesman said,and,the rocket cher Road, service at 11 ajn. services at 9 a.m. and 6:1, him, 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat First Baptist Church of MI,. .. ..hL;:

J passed Jthe"test. North Central Baptist p.m. 11 am. snow services at 11 ajn. and .---i.;

Church, 404 NW 14th Ave.. services Church Of God First Methodist 419 NE 1st 7:30 pjn.Hague.

) Florida Sends at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Church of God Hawthorne St., services 8:45 and 11 ajn. Baptist Church, serv-

7:30 p.m. Road and Third Ave, services; and 7:30 pjn. ices at 11 a.m. and 7:30 pja

Sand to Fair Oak Hill Missionary Baptist, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. Trinity Methodist Church, Wflliston Baptist Church, services

( 800 NW 40th Ave., services al Episcopal 3538 NW 8th Ave, services at at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

>NEW YORK CAP) There's 11 am. and 8 pjn. Episcopal Center,. Chapel oi 9 and 11 ajn. MefbodbtAlachna

2 20-ton chunk of Florida beach Oak Park Baptist Church the Incarnation, 15%% W. ,Univ.. Wesley Community Methodist Methodist, SE Iii ; "Oiafntsu. -iiriii:.

P dressing up 'the background for 4610 Archer Rd., services al.; Ave., Holy Communion at Iajn. Church, 826 NW '23rd- Blvd., St.. service at 11 ajn.

bathing beauties at the World's 9:45 and 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. ., morning prayer at 11'services at 11 am.and 7:30p.m Melrose Methodist services at "' -- .I

,, 'Fair Florid exhibit Old e, Fashioned Missionary ajn. First Sunday Holy COmmunion -. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pjn. r _..., < ,\ .. _... ,_;. 1 J.,
J. ___,The.sand was shipped in from Baptist Mission, at corner of at 10 ajn. Wesley Foundation and University Newberry ,Methodist, services 4 ( t. ', : ; .., j .... '

Panama City for the display of NW 6th St. and 34th Place services Holy Trinity, 116 NE' 1st St.! Methodist Church, 1320 I at 9:55 ajn. and 7:30 pjn.

vacation attractions of the miracle at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Holy Communion at 8 a.m., W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45! Orange Creek Methodist, US-

I L strip a 100-mile long resort Parkvlew Baptist, 3403 NW, morning prayer at 9:30. First! acd: 11 ajn. 301 north of Hawthorne, service _

area stretching from Pensacola 13th St., services at 11 Jtt. Sunday, Holy Communion at 8 Mormon at 9:30 ajn.WOliston .

to Panama City along the Gull and 7:45 p.m. and 9:30. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter I Methcdist Church, __ : '

.I Mexico. Pine Grove Baptist Church, St Michael1, 2180 MHhopper Day Saints 1220 SW 5th services at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. -


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12A Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964 .'

i Wreckage; Injuries As Winds Lash Kingsley Beach :


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People Hurt"Trees P.

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were falling and hurt."

things were flying round. It She said during the storm
was terrible. people tried to help each other. kN
Y % 4s "There was a man who had a The lights were out and there \

___ : tiny baby in his arms. He was no food. Ambulances called -

_______ couldn't get to the shelter be- to the scene from Starke
_____ I
r Sa ,' a Y >p4 cause the wind and rain were were obstructed by limbs and I %$
3 A ,AYn :blowing too hard. He was trees blown across the road. M. .,
crouched down behind a post, "We left while the ambulanceswere -S S :
trying to protect the baby. Some still out there" Mrs. Cro-

boys went out to help him. They ley said. "I don't think I could
took a float out and helped him have taken any more of it. It

,.ct.M hold on and they staggered was just horrible seeing every-
through the water to the beach body bleeding and hurt. Many
and then to the shelter. Thank trees were blown down an d
y goodness they weren't hurt." some little shelters. I didn't see

Rr This is the way Mrs. Roscoe any big buildings blown down.
ce Croley of Alachua recalled yes I've never been through any- a \ A ,
{ terday's tornado at Kingsley thing so frightening in my life."

= I Beach.She was still shaken as she Tornado? 1 1' i

Wind Used These As ClubsAn recounted her home. the experience from
Or Just A

onlooker walks through crumpled pillars of concrete blocks that had held tin sheds over picnic tablesat The Croleys, their boy, Jim- ....'..
and Joe Mitchell friendof ,
the lake area.)The blocks and tin were torn down over the heads of the picnickers as they sat at the my, Big Wind?
Jimmy's had just gotten to I
the picnic area when the rain Any thunderstorm is a poten- Man, Wife InjuredJoe
began. The boys had just enough tial tornado bearer.
time to jump in the water be- Officials from the U. S. Patterson, 22, of Jacksonville, holds a com-
tables.Hospital fore the hard rain began. Weather Bureau in Jackson- press to a scalp wound as he waits for treatmentin
Took It in Stride"Send
Then the wind began blowing ville gave this explanation of! the Bradford County Hospital. Lying on the

hard, carrying blankets, chairs yesterday's storm that severely stretcher behind him is his wife, Barbara, 22, who
and picnic gear into the water. struck Kingsley Beach and tap- suffered minor injuries. (Sun photos by Tommy

"The two little boys barely ered off as it swept southwest Lewis).
every available ambu- of the office staff were told to patients ever handled at one of their own were going to be made it under the pavilion through Gainesville:

lance in this area," the telephone -get identification information time by the 50-bed hospital, brought in," she said. "It was without getting hit by flying tin I "Any thunderstorm that : X_ _

operator said at about from the new patients; ,two Mrs. Harley says. one of those things you worry from the shelters that were being builds up to 40,000 feet or higher -

1:20 p.m. jesterday. more set up to type the identi- "We did not put on any addi- about but continue to work." crushed on top of people I is a potential breeder of tornadoes -
fication as it was relayed in to and Mrs. said.! although this is highly
tional used what "I think the did cars Croley ,
It was the 3radford County help; we we girls a won- I
them added to the "
; one girl was
hurt bad unusual in Florida a weather,
"One real ,
woman was
Hospital's firs: warning of a switchboard.Then had, the office manager said. derful job, she said. "But I
flood of injured persons that "No one knew whether some hope it doesn't happen again." that we saw and there were bureau spokesman explained.
-- ----- ------------- --- Shortly before 6 p.m. the
would shortly be coming in its with five office workers many others in bathing suits
weather bureau issued this report -i
about with their backs
two doctors, two X-ray running
emergency room, jamming its
corridors. technicians, two registerednurses Plane Crashes and arms bleeding. One man : I
L. three practical nurses who was cut real bad was help- "At 4:45: pm. radar indicated I
The hospital is in Starke, only and one nurses aide, the hospital ed to the stretcher by my hus- that the heavy thunderstorm activity -I etk
,some five ides from Kingsley waited. band. in northeast Florida was I
Lake brnado like winds Near Residences "The people in the shelter gradually dissipating. Scattered i
un on some 3,000 "They started coming in showers and thundershowerswere I
were pretty panicky, running '
., Whet! only minutes pre- around 1:45; they were still from door to door seeing if i still occurring through
in around 3 o'clock I south Georgia and north Florida
v coming FORT LAUDERDALE (AP- ground was hurt. trees had blown on their cars.
Mrs. Harley said. 'A twin-engine private plane "It hit about 300 feet from the One lady fainted there, right in sections, but no particularly
Cleo office I
Mrs. Harley, man- activity was noted. Show-
crashed in residential section model home I in
a was sitting ,
the middle of the floor.
of described In about an hour and a half, I
ager !pie hospital, ers and a few thundershowersmay
shortly after takeoff Saturdayand said Ed Rooney, a home sales-
how its for the 26 admitted. "The storm came up quieter
Ftaff prepared patients were continue in some sectionsof
burned, killing the two men man. "I ran up immediately. ]I
injured. Three had to be transferred to aboard. could see the men inside. But than anything I've ever seen. northeast Florida until about
Jacksonville hospitals the rest We had no warning at all. It got mid evening but the severe
Both doctors on call were ; The plane dove straight into a there was nothing I could do. It -
pretty dark. It was a hard typeOf
,treated and released. to be ended"Officials
alerted. ,'Nirses' congregated: .. vacant lot about 100 feet from a was a solid wall of flames. activity appears
lightning and wind at first, at the Federal Avia-
the room two girls It amount of row of homes, but no one on. the "There was nothing anyone A
emergency' ; vras-fthelajgest: J then the rain started. It was a tion Agency flight station at the x iyy# 1 CQc
.., ", ,,. '
..JH a ..t.. "S'i n d.wi could do, so I called the police.
1 hard, blowing rain. It let up fora Gainesville Airport classified the
Two charred bodies were tak- few moments during the storm that uprooted trees and
en from the plane when the storm, then started again. Then blew downpower lines here as

flames died. some more people began to get a thunderstorm, not a tornado.
One of them was identified as

Gene Smith, 37 or 38, an execu- More
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tive of Miami Executive Air-
craft based at Tamiami Air-

port. He was flying the Silver # .,
Beechcraft from a private field '
back to do some maintenancework From Pane 1 : t ra

on it. .0
The other man was identifiedas Strickland's at $5,000 to $10- came a torrent of rain, wind !

Griffin M. Dobbs, also of Mi- 000.Two and darkness. None remembered l
;t of the injured persons any warning sound.
ami.The two men and Charley were reported to have broken Joseph Patterson, 22, of 4631 Arm Broken

Parker had flown up in a Cessna backs, but a Clay County Deputy Astral St., Jacksonville, sat in a
?fin c3 u e'3 ,,o, this morning to get the Beech- said he thought there were. wheel chair, at Bradford Coun- Three-year-old Caron Patterson lies on a stretcherin
craft. Parker flew the Cessna no injuries more serious than a.ty Hospital, a swollen leg the Bradford County Hospital corridor followinga
back without incident. broken leg. The Jacksonville policeman pushed out in front. He was brush with high winds at Lake Kingsley. Caught

The Beechcraft took off from said a woman who holding a bloody compress to a under a collapsing picnic table shelter, she suffereda
Bradley Airport, a private field. was pregnant had a miscarriage. -gash in his forehead. broken left arm. Her father, Joseph Patterson,

The owner, Ben Bradley Lying on a cot behind him also was injured.LIST .
watched it "It all happened in about 10 was his wife, Barbara, 22. On a
"It took off to the north. If minutes," one witness said. small cot nearby was their tiny

you've ever seen an air race, "First there was a hard rain, daughter, Caron, 3, lying quietly -
you know how a plane will tip then it got dark and the wind with a broken arm.
twisted the lake into a funnel." OF INJURED
sharply when it's arounda
going "We were at one of the tables
At least two boats were wash-
post. I near the barbecue pit Patterson
ed ashore and damaged, and
"It its side and
came over on
said. of be-
.... _' "' :.."" *'-"' :.;. > '\, ,:.. then dove into the "I sand block walls about five feettall "Big drops rain The
'. --- ''1< right ground. gan to fall we thought they following persons were reported treated at Bradford

1\\ :, ; ; A newsman who lives about 15 Other were witnesses blown down.described a were hail Then came the County Hospital in Starke. Their injuries apparently did not require -
Grateful Safe blocks from where the plane wind. It was blowing so hard, hospitaization and they were released. .
metal and
hail of stone
crashed, city editor Ed Magillof flying it blew food off the table.

Clarence Noble, 23, of.Jacksonville, carries a nine year-old casualty away the Fort Lauderdale News, water. Then, in a few seconds, it got Roy Henck, 2561 Rickenbacker St., Jacksonville
from Bradford County Hospital. Both Noble and his wife, who follows behind said, "I heard the engine quitIt There was no panic, accord- dark. Boulders fell on me; the Juanita Henck, 36, 2561 Rickenbacker St., Jacksonville ... -

I' him ,here, were treated for injuries received at the Lake. just anything.shut off." It didn't sputteror didn't ing to know TisdeL what"They was actually goingon through wind blew the me air.and the boulders Lynn Stewart, 3, 8808 Norfolk Blvd., Jacksonville. -

," he said. "They just thoughtit Ernest Wilson, 43, 4107 Bunnell Dr., Jacksonville. _.
....: -. ." ...,--4 ---- -" was heavy wind. They didn't The "boulders" were large Joseph Patterson, 22, 4631 Astral St., Jacksonville., .. ,
know it was a tornado." concrete blocks piled into pil- Barbara Patterson 22, 4631 Astral :,:
.. lars that held up the tin roof St.,Jacksonville.. :'-0 ,
Tisdel said there about
were over the picnic tables. Caron Patterson, 3, Jacksonville.Allen p :
20 people in one pavilion and
'he whole building collapsed on "Then it seemed to quiet Moore, Rt. 4, Jacksonville. .w_.. ._ _..
!them. down and just kept raining," be Kathi Noble, 20, 8808 Norfolk Blvd., Jacksonville] = i.1 "
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i Members of the Florida High- said.Patterson Joan Edge, Rt. 4, Jacksonville. '....:... _. I
..way Patrol, Bradford and Clay I sat grimly waiting.At Van Priest!, 32; Starke. -:--:-=-_

bounty sheriff's deputies, the that time, his two-year-old Jimmy Bowen, 18,Starke. ---
Keystone Heights Fire Department daughter, Robin, was missing. "-
Cecil Evans ::::::
and Clay County Civil De- I Staff Sgt. Bobby S. Adams, of 53,1976 Park Circle, Jacksonville.- y
I fence! personnel were on hand to !Minot AFB, N. D., saw three Debora H. Lewis, 7, Wiggins, Miss. ;:::-.

lend assistance. members of his family go down, Zelma Adams, 32, 1244 Indian Rock Cir.,. MinotAFB, N.D.

I There were ambulances out trapped under a collapsing tin Bobby S. Adams, 34, 1244 Indian Rock Cir., Minot AFB, N.D.

r f, I YjahE of Starke and Keystone Heights roof. Lynette Priest, 31, 7651 Contour Jacksonville..
t to carry away the injured to mother brotherinlaw
I "My ,
:. Steve Armstrong, 15, 3019 Lopez Rd., Jacksonville. Z
y Bradford "
County HospitalinStarke. and the baby were under it, he
: CD Director Chance said. "I went running to pull Debbie Armstrong, 14, 3019 Lopez Rd., Jacksonville. ,:; '':''.

said that a rescue truck out of the tin off, when suddenly the Paula Kirby,24, 4633 Shelby Ave.,Jacksonville. .::::::S 7 .

:Green Cove Springs was con- wind picked it up again and Paul Kirby, 28, 4633 Shelby Ave.,Jacksonville. -.:Z 5:. .-

verted into an ambulance. threw it into me." Debra Hare, 9,1244 Indian Rock Cir., N.D. ----:

L .I Most in two of the large injuries rectangular occurred Adams suffered scrapes anda Clarence Noble, 23, 8308 Norfolk Blvd., Jacksonville.:::-.*-" v

d ___ :areas set aside near barbecue deeply gashed arm. Bradford County Hospital reported the followingpersons:
$ t I grills for picnicking. In the collapsing shed the transferred to hospitals in Jacksonville: : t
baby narrowly escaped death.
t !' Picnic tables were placed Sgt. Adams' mother, Mrs. Evelyn Moore, 30, Rt. 4, Jacksonville to the Nav' Hospital,
end to end along the borders of
Norma Parramore, rural Jack which could not supply a conditon report last night.
the The
: areas. tables were covered -
with a peaked tin roof sonville, told of seeing her Eva Chainbliss, 46, 1976 Lakewood Cir. N., J ;ksonvflle, to
held up by large concrete block daughter, Mrs. Kathi Noble, Baptist Memorial Hospital. which reported her in fair cond
pillars running despearately to reach tion with possible back injuries.
her baby, Danny who was lying -
I When the wind hit. the
pit in a stroller in the shed. Howard H. Armstrong, 40, 3019 Lopez Rd., Jacksonville, to
lIars fell on persons and the tin which him in apparently
Baptist Memorial Hospital reported
The wind suddenly knocked
was torn into dangerously sharp
I serious conditon with possible internal injuries. _
!strips. Mrs. Noble flat so Mrs. Parra
-... What Happened? I Victims interviewed described -more dashed over and grabbed Baptist Honpital reported Ernest Wilson hospitalized, with-a

Y the events as, first large the baby. Seconds later a collapsing broken ankle. It said it had treated and released eight_other
:Thirteen-year-old 'Penny,JVVilcher of Jacksonville arrived at the scene with her parents after the winds raindrops so heavy some pillar smashed the baby persons who suffered injuries yesterday at the lake.
: j !a track.. Here she sits on one of the picnic tables, surveying the wreckage left by the fierce gust I thought they were bail Then stroller. I

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South Hails Bill No Arrest A Tree Grew

For No Top In Gainesville

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Joy Despair
Nobody arrested blonde show-
1 girl Lucky Winn, 23, when she ) rt :
ATLANTA Ga., AP Gov. Farris of Florida wore a topless bathing suit on ,
( ) Gov. Bryant Gusting winds popped the once-towering: tree out : .
I George' C. Wallace of Alabama said he had hoped the Senate a city beach. of this spot along Second Avenue, halting traffic on

.... called Senate passage of the would be more temperate. "It Members of the City Council the busy street. While sidewalk superintendentswatched
< civil rights bill "a sad day for seems to me they have done a asked: "Why not?" city utility department workmen remove

individual liberty and freedom." great injury to national unity," ; City Atty. Robert Cockins the once-towering tree, John Vidal, 10-year-old son
Dr. Martin Luther King, Negro he said. said: "The city's indecent exposure of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Vidal, 1832 N.W. 10th Ave.,

integration leader, hailed it as Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. of Atlanta 1 ordinance doesn't apply has a look at the root of their problem. The crew
"a lasting tribute to the late because it has to be proved that needed several hours to solve it.
"another -
John F. Kennedy." passage as someone did something openly
j The bill's passage Friday major step in the eliminationof and lewdly.

brought gloom to Southern opponents racial discrimination," but This is hard to prove, he said. Ban I
and joy to integration Sen. Herman Talmadge, D-Ga., Police Chief Earl Reinbold 'Augustine Night

leaders and moderates. I who voted against the bill, said: "Officers didn't arrest

"It will bring practical relief) 1 asked, "How can it be called Miss Winn simply because the --
to the 'Negro in the South and civil rights and grant special police department does not wantto PAUL WILLSST. about eight blocks before they peace.

give the Negro in the North a privileges to special citizens get involved with any kind AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) met 60 policemen. The state patrol "Disregard for the laws of
psychological' boost that he sorely and take away constitutional of publicity stunt. -Gov. Farris Bryant invoked officer in command told Bryant Issues Order; Florida exhibited by the demon

needs." said King, in St. Au- rights of all citizens Miss Winn left the beach emergency powers Saturday and them about the governor's order strators and counterdemonstrators

J gustine; Fla., for an integration quickly after newsmen took her banned night demonstrations in.and then said through a megaphone More Clashes at Beach such as invasion of private
crusade. King said Negroes Harry Carbaugh of Chatta- picture. St. Augustine.Civil I : property, disobedience of lawful

would spend the summer testing nooga, Tenn., state Republican rights forces promptly I "You are commanded to disband orders of officers, and disturbances
"e compliance with the law and chairman, praised GOP presi- Strafing ChargeTOKYO challenged the action in the immediately. Failing to do trict Court Judge Bryan Simpson. men and boys charged in and of the public peace have

4 that..St. Augustine would be a dential candidate Sen. Barry Communist streets and' were turned back ,this, I shall be required to place Simpson lifted a police ban fists flew. all caused the nighttime demon-
good place to:start Goldwater of Arizona for voting (AP) by police prepared to arrest ev- you under arrest." on night marches because he State troopers dashed into the strations being carried on by
against the bill and said he was China charged that four U.S. ery one of them.In I The Negroes retreated. None said there was no proof of a water and broke up the melee. white and Negro groups to cre-
j Wallace, a determined opponent sorry "that there were not more fighter-bombers bombed and another development, a was arrested. clear and present danger. At another point, a white seg- ate a danger to peace and
of the bill and avowed canI like him." strafed the pro-Communist Pa- band of white segregationists attacked -I I Hosea Williams of Savannah, Tallahassee sources said Bry regationist slugged one of the order."
didate for president, predicted thet Lao headquarters of Khang Negroes conducting a Ga., in charge of the integration -ant's order could not be at- white integrationists and another -
that Americans would remove The Rev. Sam Dodson, chair- Khay in the Laos Plaine des wade-in at a white beach and I movement while King was tacked because the language of fracas broke out. When Judge Simpson lifted

I from office those responsible for man of the Governor's Com- Jarres Saturday. broke> the nose of a 15-year-old absent, said that is attorney the statute gives him the sole Cynthia Mitchell, a 15yearoldSt. the St. Augustine police ban he

its passage. MI predict that the mission on Human Relations in Radio Peking, monitored in Negro girl.Bryant's. I would decide what the next step right to decide whether propertyand Augustine Negro girl, was ruled specifically that there was

American people will rise up in Tennessee, said, "I think this Tokyo, said the planes droppedfive executive order said would be. peace are endangered. Any treated at a hospital for a broken -insufficient that ban proof violated of danger the consti, and
indignation when they realizeI' will go down in history as one bombs and strafed.About that conditions had been deteriorating "We think the governor, rather -attack on the order would have nose. Peter Bancroft of Am- the
1 the awful consequences of this of the great days of our in St. Augustine since than protecting us, has de- to be aimed at the statute it herst, Mass., went to the den tutional guarantee. of speech and

legislation," he said nation." More Dr. Martin Luther King beganhis nied us our constitutional self.At tist. assembly.But

1 : ;rWa,. -' '""> '"':':"":. summer-long integration rights," he said. "The segrega- the beach, which Negroeshad Al Lingo of Houston, Tex., a the state statute that Bry

> w:' .., ., ; '' ..,;. '" ,, '- ...; "' push several weeks ago. tionists couldn't stop us so the integrated peacefully twice white integgationist, was arrested ant acted under allows him to ,
} :i'l'Pj' 4... t'r, >jf. ::" Melon I Bryant said the 200-man special governor stopped us." this week, two fights broke out. and charged with disturbingthe make the determination of

J. '" "II! j :v ,Nt.. I police force could not protect Williams said he believed Bry While a group of white and peace and fighting. DcnaldGriffin whether life, property and public
< ,id; \ 1Aft: ', From 3 life, property and the peace ant's order contradicted one Negro integrationists were play- of St. Augustine was: peace are threatened. He
; "" Pager
J' s.vJt-t ";; ', "" ;: while night marches continued, issued 10 days ago by U.S. Dis- ing in the surf, a band of white charged with disturbing the! does not have to justify it.
, $ -- + x and lives with her father, as they have for almost every
'Joe Willingham, at 5915 N.W. night for 10 days.
t .w V Bryant said anyone participating Goldwater'sTotal
!19th Place. GOP
in to Campaign AgainstLBfs
a public
melon classic
Judges for the .,, .
I' between 8:30 and sunrise ;
[were Mrs. E. B. Mills Jr., p.m. Has 39
would be to fineor
subject a $500
k 'rryr
1 W Trenton, C. D. (Don) Geiger,

Lake Butler and Judge TheronA. About 6 months 100 in Negro jaiL and white Past Rights Stands To Spare .;

Yawn, Starke.Deliberation .
1 formed a few
V. I| took 40 minutes hours later and marched for I I WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.
after the girl's final walk-on to I WASHINGTON (APRepublican ) -Republican National Conventionto civil rights bill he voted Barry Goldwater's delegatetotal

} ?;$ I determine the winners. Work platform drafters are gathering adopt next month will be at I against it Friday night-Gold- has reached 691-39 more

xs, ; ing on a point system, the Papal AppealVATICAN ammunition to counter least as strong as the bill Con- :water argued some provisionscould than the 655 needed to win the

fYl v3, < wolat, i judges made their selections on CITY ( attack on the civil rights issue gress is enacting. lead to a police state and Republican presidential nomination
/ I the basis of beauty, poise, personality VI the especially with what they say Laird would not discuss platform -some fly in the face of the Con- at next month's Republican
I and talent. ending Saturday is evidence President Johnson plans in terms of individual stitution. National convention.

: The Lester Hodge watermelon first year since his election as :formerly campaigned as an opponent candidates for the Republican Laird said, however, he expects The last 14 delegates were
If award for 1964 went to Curtis I'supreme ruler of the Roman of rights legislation. nomination. But it was obvious the platform to "com selected In Montana Friday and
Catholic Church, praised the in-
I Bell, of Forest Grove, for his 74- Rep. Melvin R. Laird of Wisconsin the committee is bracingfor mend Republicans in Congress: the Arizona senator won them
creasing development of the African -
l t$ ,, pound Tom Watson. chairman of the Platform a strong Democratic attackon for their support of effective II all. -
continent and
Put on the block following the appealedthat Committee, said in an in- this issue if Sen. Barry Gold. civil rights legislation in keeping According to The Associated
mankind benefit from
o-4 queen contest, the big melon space terview it will have available water of Arizona becomes the with the historical Republican Press survey, here is the ctfl>
science without discrimination
brought $170 to the treasury of any documents dating from 1948 Republican nominee.In position." rent standing of first ballot

the Newberry American Legion through 1960 showing Johnson his speech Thursday de- He said he does, not _"believethe votes, based on primary c.fi2i-
for The remarks were made dur- tax fair claring he could not vote for the Republican convention will
Post. The post was sponsor taking positions on poll mitments, instructions, pledgesand
the event. ing separate audiences Pope employment laws and states' nominate any candidate who' stated preferences: _
Buyers of the grand cham- Paul granted to a group of na- rights at variance with the spirit Reitz Home will not carry out the pledgesand I Goldwater -E94

I pion were Claude Strickland tive chieftains from Southern of the 1964 civil rights legis- positions of the party plat William W. Scranton na
and Sydney Fuller of the Strick- Rhodesia and to the participantsin lation. Hit by TreeA form. He noted the schedule I. Nelson A. Rockefeller JJ5

: i land Farmer's Warehouses in a congress of European space Moreover, Laird said, the civil for the convention opening in Henry Cabot Lodge45
j tree smashed down on the San Francisco July 13 calls fora Smith5
i Lake City.Following. science. rights plank he expects the Margaret Chase
_..... a.Waterymelon the trophy back'of the home of University vote on the platform before Richard M. Nixon .*"8
presen- of Florida President J. Wayne .
candidates are nominated. Favorite H4
tation, Hodge said prices
Reitz storm
during yesterday's Laird said Goldwater is a constitutionalist Uncommitted219
Time and the outlook for
( ) were up
that cut the school's.campus.
I across who "has been A of the Maryland
sales through next week is good. With The going resurvey
l I around the country making delegation Friday boosted 'to
He placed the prices steadily
The heavy rain that fell on the Newberry Watermelon at this Mrs. Reitz said a tall hickory! speeches that the law of the nine the total for Scranton, who
Festival made the melons all the higher than last year
yesterday tree fell against an upper sun land is established by Congress, entered the race against Gold-
more watery, but these three youngsters childrenof time on the scarcity of mel- deck, smashing a decorative not the courts.nSo water last Friday. The Pennsyl

Mrs. Goldie Piffier of Gainesville, were undeterred ons due to the late freeze. He ? Bannister but missing thehome's Laird continued, "I don'tsee vania governor gained two from:
'I by the elements. They are, from left, Sherri, said less than 500 cars a week CC7 Boys 4 roof. why he wouldn't be for Implementing Rockefeller, and two who had

7, Penny, 2, and Tonya 5. are being loaded. I I She said no one was hurt and it once it is the been uncommitted. Goldwater

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the Bahama Tfa"dy Boys' Club 9 a.mto 5 'pm: 7
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director Mike Bas plus assist- Randy.Burford, Ronnie.Hffliard,'
ants Richard Spongberg and Greg Griner, Dana HOliard,

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ill >: very interesting program for David Crigler, Susan Cuna, ..yCorps
Boys' Club members. Classes Rhonda Koerner Debbie Koer-

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,There are also name guessing I arte, Mark Saireman, Pat Pur-
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Shower Boor A popular activity -Julie Brewing Andy Holder,
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With Joy Despair SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP)
\ -Nobody arrested blonde show
girl Lucky Winn, 23, when she )

; ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Gov. Gov. Farris Bryant of Florida wore a topless bathing suit on Gusting winds popped the once-towering tree out e :x

i 1, George C. Wallace of Alabama said he had hoped the Senate a city beach. of this spot along Second Avenue, halting traffic on Tn S Mt."
called Senate passage of the would be more temperate. "It Members of the City Council the busy street.- While sidewalk superintendents
civil rights bill "a .sad day for seems to me they have done a asked: "Why not?" watched city utility department workmen remove

'. individual liberty and freedom." great injury to national unity," City Atty. Robert Cockins the once-towering tree, John Vidal, 10-year-old son

>v Dr. Martin Luther King, Negro he said. said: "The city's indecent ex- of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Vidal, 1832 N.W. 10th Ave.,
integration leader, hailed it as II Mayor Ivan Allen Jr. of At- posure ordinance doesn't apply has a look at the root of their problem. The crew
"a lasting tribute to the late because it has to be proved that needed several hours to solve it.
1 lanta hailed passage as "another -
John F. Kennedy. someone did something openly
.I The bill's passage Friday major step in the eliminationof and lewdly.

W brought gloom to Southern opponents racial discrimination," but This is hard to prove, he said. Ban MarchesBy I

and joy to integration Sen. Herman Talmadge, D-Ga., Police Chief Earl Reinbold 'Augustine Night

leaders and moderates."It who voted against the bill, said: "Officers didn't arrest
will bring practical relief asked, "How can it be called Miss Winn simply because the -
to the Negro in the South and civil rights and grant special police department does not wantto PAUL WILLSST. 'about eight blocks before they peace.
give the Negro in the North al privileges to special citizens get involved with any kind AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) met 60 policemen. The state patrol "Disregard for the laws of
psychological boost that he sorely and take away constitutional of publicity stunt." -Gov. Farris Bryant invoked officer in command told Bryant Issues Order; Florida exhibited by the demonstrators
needs." said King, in St. Au- rights of all citizens?" Miss Winn left the beach emergency powers Saturday and them about the governor's order and counterdemonstrators -
J gustine; Fla., for an integration quickly after newsmen took her banned night demonstrations in and then said through a megaphone More Clashes at Beachtrict such as invasion of private
crusade. King said Negroes Harry Carbaugh of Chatta picture. St. Augustine.Civil : property, disobedience of lawful
would spend the summer test.. nooga, Tenn., state Republican rights forces promptly "You are commanded to dis- orders of officers, and disturb-
Ing compliance with the law and chairman, praised GOP presi- Strafing Charge challenged the action in the band immediately. Failing to do Court Judge Bryan Simpson. -men and boys charged in and ances of the public peace have
a that"St. ,Augustine would be aJ dential candidate Sen. Barry streets and were turned back this, I shall be required to place Simpson lifted a police ban fists flew. all caused the nighttime demon-
good place to.start Goldwater of Arizona for voting TOKYO (AP) Communist by) police prepared to arrest every -you under arrest." on night marches because he State troopers dashed into the strations being carried on by
I against the bill and said he was China charged that four U.S. one of them.In The Negroes retreated. None said there was no proof of a water and broke up the melee.At white and Negro groups to cre-
J Wallace, a determined oppo- sorry "that there were not more fighterbombers bombed and another development, a was arrested. clear and present danger. another point, a white segregationist ate a danger to peace and
nent of the bill and avowed canI like him." strafed the pro-Communist Pa- band of white segregationists attacked Hosea Williams of Savannah, Tallahassee sources said Bry slugged one of the order."
didate for president, predicted thet Lao headquarters of Khang Negroes conducting a Ga., in charge of the integration -ant's order could not be at- white integrationists and another -
that Americans would remove The Rev. Sam Dodson, chairman Khay in the Laos Plaine des wade-in at a white beach and movement while KIng'was tacked because the language of fracas broke out. When Judge Simpson lifted

I from office those responsible for of the Governor's Com, Jarres Saturday. broke the nose of a 15-year-old absent, said that is attorney the statute gives him the sole Cynthia Mitchell, a 15-year-old the St. Augustine police ban he
its passage. "I predict that the mission on Human Relations in Radio Peking, monitored in Negro girl.Bryant's. would decide what the next step right to decide whether propertyand St. Augustine Negro girl, was ruled specifically that there was
insufficient of and
American people will rise up in Tennessee, said, "I think this: Tokyo, said the planes dropped executive order said would be. peace are endangered. Any treated at a hospital for a broken that the ban proof violated danger the constitutional .
Indignation when they realize will go down in history as one, five bombs and strafed. that conditions had been deteriorating "We think the governor, rather -attack on the order would haveto nose. Peter Bancroft of Am-
i the awful consequences of this of the great days of oui in St. Augustine since than protecting us, has de- be aimed at the statute it- herst, Mass., went to the den- guarantee. of speech and
legislation," he said. nation." More About Dr. Martin Luther King beganhis 'nied us our constitutional self.At tist.Al assembly.But

I l w- ; .< -- .,.. c. summer-long integration rights," he said. "The segrega- the beach, which Negroeshad Lingo of Houston, Tex., a the state statute that Bryant

... l' ",, '-' :" '- .', } MelonFrom push several weeks ago. tionists couldn't stop us so the integrated peacefully twice white integgationist, was arrested acted under allows him to
.. {'h .. v"-4- '"JP.- _' -- Bryant said the 200-man spe- governor stopped us." this week, two fights broke out. and charged with disturbingthe make the determination of
r i, P %j::zs. ': cial police force could not protect Williams said he believed Bry-- While a group of white and peace and fighting. Donald whether life, property and pub-

},,", \!? ;"" tJ "l' ..." ., Page 1 life, property and the peace ant's order contradicted one Negro integrationists were play- Griffin of St. Augustine was lic peace are threatened. He
4 ""' ., "_ ( ,. I while night marches continued, issued 10 days ago by U.S. Dis-ing in the surf, a band of white charged with disturbing the does not have to justify it.
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r 14 II!< ..,.0t '" $""' ... ," uate and lives with her father, as they have for almost every
r *Joe Willingham, at 5915 N.W. night for 10 days.
19th Place. Bryant said anyone participating GOP Goldwater'sTotal
Judges for the melon classic in a public demonstration to Campaign Against .t tLBJ's .

were Mrs. E. B. Mills Jr., Between 8:30 p.m. and sunrise would be subject to a $500 fine
Trenton, C. D. (Don) Geiger,
hake I I Butler and Judge Theron or 6 months in jail. Past Rights To Spare -.
|A. Yawn, Starke.Deliberation About 100 Negro and white StandsI -
demonstrators formed a few
t Art'
a I
took 40 minutes
b } J 1 hours later and marched for l WASHINGTON AP) Sen.
':after the girl's final walk-on to WASHINGTON (APRepublican ) -[Republican National Convention civil rights bill he Voted Barry Goldwater's delegate
f determine the -winners. Working platform drafters are gathering -to adopt next month will be at against it Friday nIghtGoldwater total has reached 694-39 more
on a point system, the Papal AppealVATICAN ammunition to counter- least as strong as the bill Congress argued some provisions than the 655 needed to win the

y judges made their selections on CITY (APPopePaul ) attack on the civil rights issue is enacting. i could lead to a police state and Republican presidential nomination I.
!the basis of beauty, poise, per- VI -especially with what they say Laird would not discuss plat- some fly in the face of the Constitution at next month's Republican -
sonality and talent ending Saturday the is evidence President Johnson form plans in terms of individual National convention.The .
"" The Lester Hodge watermelon first year since his election as formerly campaigned as an opponent candidates for the Republican Laird said, however, he ex. last 14 delegates were
1 ruler of
the Roman
R k' i of R. i" award for 1964 went to Curtis supreme of rights legislation. nomination. But it was obvious pects the platform to "com- selected in Montana Friday and
Catholic Church, praised the increasing
Bell, of Forest Grove, for his 74- Rep. Melvin R. Laird of Wis- the committee is bracingfor mend Republicans in Congressfor the Arizona senator won them
development of the African
pound Tom Watson. consin, chairman of the Platform a strong'Democratic attackon their support of effective all. -
Put on the block following the continent and appealed Committee, said in an in- this issue if Sen. Barry Gold- civil rights legislation in keep According to The Associated
that mankind benefit from
queen contest, the big melon space terview it will have available water of Arizona becomes the ing with the historical Republican Press survey, here is the cQJ.
science without discrimin '
brought $170 to the treasury of any documents dating from 1948 Republican nominee.In position." rent standing of first ballot
the Newberry American Legion ation. through 1960 showing Johnson' his speech Thursday de- He said he does- ,not "believethe votes, based on primary cflEi-
Post. The post was sponsor for The remarks were made dur- taking positions on poll tax, fair claring he could not vote for the Republican will mitments, instructions, pledges

!the event. ing separate audiences Pope employment laws and states'l .nominate any candidate who and stated preferences: ...
yi S" I Buyers of the grand champion Paul granted to a group of native rights at variance with spirit Reitz Home will not carry out the pledges Goldwater ;iM4
were Claude Strickland chieftains from Southern of the 1964 civil rights legis- and positions of the party plat William W. Scranton153
''and Sydney Fuller of the Strick Rhodesia and to the participantsin la tion. Hit by TreeA form.", He noted the schedulefor Nelson A. Rockefeller :,1P5

land Farmer's Warehouses in a congress of European space Moreover, Laird said, the civ- the convention opening in Henry Cabot Lodge45
t J !* Lake City.Following. science. il rights plank he expects the tree smashed down on the San Francisco July 13 calls fora Margaret Chase Smith 35
M o 1 the trophy jack of the home of Universityof vote on the platform before Richard M. Nixon ,"-8
Hodge said melon prices 1 Florida President J. Wayne candidates are nominated. I Favorite sons ':14
Reitz during yesterday's storm Laird said Goldwater Is a constitutionalist Uncommitted 219
Time and the outlook for
Waterymelon( ) were up that the school'scampus.
I; sales through next week is good. With The cut. across who "has been going A resurvey of the Maryland
around the country making delegation Friday boosted to
He placed the prices steadily
The heavy rain that fell on the Newberry Watermelon at this Mrs. Reitz said a tall hIckorytree speeches that the law of the nine the total for Scranton, who
Festival made the melons all the higher than last year
yesterday fell against an upper sun land is established by Congress, entered the race against Gold-
more watery, but these three youngsters, childrenof time on the scarcity of melons deck, smashing a decorative not the courts." water last Friday. The Pennsyl-
1 Mrs. Goldie Piffier of Gainesville, were unde- due to the late freeze. He ? bannister but missing the So, Laird continued, "I don't vania governor gained two from
terred by ,the elements. They are, from left, Sherri, said less than 500 cars a week Boys 4 home's roof. see why he wouldn't be for im- Rockefeller, and two who had
Penny 2, and are being loaded. it is the been uncommitted. Goldwater
r : ::5. She said no one was hurt and plementing it once
: _._. I there law." retains five :Maryland votes.Peace .
:" ""' I was no serious damage.
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,1 I well into the summer program. Boys' Club more enjoyable.
Activities which are being held Jaycee Buddy Baseball Out-
t.; include Stamp Club, Science standing players in the Jaycee
and Natural History Club, and Buddy Baseball program this
t the Adelphos Club. There will past included Ray and Craig yyb I NC', s
also be a music appreciationhour Cauthen, Jay Ferizel, Larry
each week. Ron Zimmer- Thompson, Donnie Crist, Steve
man is instructor in the library. ,Witt, Ray Heller, Lee Roby,

v : Jaycee Derby Work on the Tommy Hancock, Clinton
6a a 11ry -'
Pat Padgett Gregg
for the
racers Jaycee Derbyis
Fred Pace and David (
McCray, ,
in its final stage. The first
j111r : race will be held in Jackson- Spongberg.
ville July 4 with the winner Swimming
going to Akron Ohio. The sec- There are a number of boys
and who have not rr
r ond will be held in Gainesville girls y
their "Learn to Swim" ,cer- -
I July 18 with the winner receiv-
The '
all tificates. following may
ing an expense paid tripto pick up their certificates at the R.
the Bahama Islands. Boys' Club 9 ajn. to 5 pan.: b
:.f Games Room Games room Nancy Stephens Debbie Kflgo,
t f director Mike Bas plus assistants -
Randy,Burford Ronnie.HuTiard,
Richard Spongberg and I Greg Griner, Dana Milliard,
\ Steve Leggett have planned avery 'David ,Leopard Walter'nder- La

interesting program for son, David Crigler, Susan Cuna,
I Boys Club members. Classes I Rhonda Koerner, Debbie Koer

_.t rr q and tournaments are offered in ner, Girty Lee, Louisa Mnldm,
;each game once per week.' Alice Oyen-
George Oyenarte,
I i: I There are also name guessing arte, Mark Sainman. Pat Pur-
__ land car guessing contests. The vis, Shelly Anderson, Glen Mlchell -
games room is open Monday ,- Jeff Baughman Erick! Candidates( .
Baby Parade PreparationPausing through Friday 9:00.5:00. Benson, Chuck, Blackwelder, Corps r

Shower Hour A popular activity Julie Browing. Andy Holder,
for a last-minute bit of preparation for the Festival Baby Paradeare each day especially on Bobby Lanier, Jimmy Mitchell Dr. Wayne Bartz, director, of the Peace,58 .volunteers, Corps training for missions program in at South the Uni-America -
Mrs. J. A. Jeffcoat Jr. of Newberrry holding daughter Carmen, 2V4. and a hot and dry day is the shower David Redding, Tommy Red- versity of Florida that is to prepare candidates at his home here. Sirs. Bartz is seated,
,Patty Cochran, a niece, holding Mrs. Jeffcoatte son Jo Jo, age 15 months. Both hour. Once in the morning and ding, Ronnie Yeckring,,: Berry chats with some of the Rosalie Charles Bed-
Cole Downey
in afternoon Yeckring, Keith Craig, at left, with Peace Corps volunteers.Jert') ,
children were contestants in the Baby: Parade, one of the Festival highlights. once the beys may Kay .
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: MOSCOW (AP) -=The Com- only by the radio, but by the 'he visited the United States inI,the Pravda man complained.He which the average American: The, assassination of President
jnunist party paper: Pravda's church, by films' and the pub- the; fall of 1962, gave no clue as recalled in 1962 buying a outlook is formed." Kennedy showed this. I FOR
picture of America today:, A nation lishers of cheap books and par- to his reason for writing his I coloring book that had "mali After the coloring-in stage, he "It is true that for months, INSURANCE '
; of brainwashed! millions living ticularly by television. criticisms now., cious cartoons" of Communist said, came the antiCommunistcourses before his tragic death Presi: & BONDS
in a poisoned atmosphere "A person is conditioned Even children's painting books statesmen. in school, followed by dent Kennedy urged his countrymen -i"I" r
and conditioned from childhood against thinking.,For every.con- have an anti-Communist slant, similar brainwashing in college to rethink their attitude 1109 N. Main St. '
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many a walkout, then a return, by w
- WE ELIMINATE through their life are subjectedto President Sukarno of Indonesia I you'll be proud to owns .
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laysian Borneo and Rahman
said flatly the summit conference -
f "" had failed. I

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",,: turnout is expected at the polls keep horses, cows or poultry
: .:': George here Tuesday in a municipal within the city limits he shouldbe
\ : '. Tweeting, 57-year-old gardenIng : 'I election in which three seats' permitted to do so.

I" Iiiio I fl. "t, : enthusiast, has a crop of on the City Council will be fill In a proclamation on the

'''' "banana" melons elongated P ed and a straw vote will be election, Mayor Smith said the

.. J!( li. ,. fruit which looks more 3 taken on the controversial- live- straw vote on the controversywill
.....,! : '. stock issue. not be binding on the new
and which
I like
tastes canta- !
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I !loupe. I. Interest in the election was Council.
generated several months ago Following the election, the
't'4.." .! .z1!"' /"' "'i! /' Sweeting said he cultivated a f when the City Council attempted new council will meet in July

taste for the melons as a boyon f 1L by ordinance to ban the and choose from that group a

Newberry Talent Winners Key West where he was born keeping of livestock of all kinds member to serve as mayor.
and raised. "They are common : within the city limits. The action -

Winners of the Amateur Contest, which kicked off the 19th annual New- down there," he said, "but I've t provoked a storm of pro- Area Lawmen

berry Watermelon Festival Friday night, are, from left: June Holder, New- never before seen any around test, which was quieted with
berry, first runner-up, with a pantomine act; Lewis Rogers, Egbert Farnell here. the promise that it would be

and Jim Adair, who comprised the first-place act, "Quartet Two and One." He said the "banana" melonis settled by referendum. End Course
from Chiefland; and Brick Tilley, Ocala,magician, second runner-up. The win- a member of the cantaloupe Apparently as a result of the !

ners were determined by the applause of the full-house audience. (Photo by family, and that it is raised in i controversy, a whole new slateof
Chic Hinton P candidates for Council announced At
the same manner as other cu- AcademyTALLAHASSEE
d .. the
.a \ o. i as soon as qualify
curbits. This year he has 38 4'i
ing period opened. The three
Sun UPS plants and has harvested one tare C. U. Crews, John E. Dekle-: Pat Hart-
melon from each,, plant, and of
V 1k and John K. Langford.Two ley Williston, Levy County
has twice that many on the of the incumbents, Ira sheriff-elect, and Lt. Walter L.
vines yet. His prize this seasonis Beach of the Gainesville Police
T. Young and E. B. (Barnard)
one 22 inches long that Andrews, have entered the Department were among 23 law

I weighs seven pounds. race and asked for re-election enforcement officials graduated

On Father's Day. :. Sweeting lived in Miami for p, YGeorge based on their record. The Friday from the Florida Law

I many years, and then five third, Mayor CommissionerJohn Enforcement Academy.The .

i ti t years ago came to Fairbanks. E. Smith, did not qualifyfor 23 officers completed the
He is employed at the University X reelection.The first
I course offered to command
of Florida as a maintenance effort to ban livestock
and DOWNSBy I I carpenter.He from the city was made by the personnel. The graduates included -
.. Council the men from the State
I on premise that it
:Game and Fresh Water Fish
has a big home garden
BUZZ MIXSONSun ed on these by us as individualsas to say that she sees the need [ was a necessary requisite to
Area Editor groups, or even by the Supreme for herself and each of the, and has a fine planting of vege- obtaining FHA financing for Commission, the State Beverage
r ".. tables. Right now his worry is housing. Department, city police-
.This generation is truly Court must be made young high school graduates to
the current drought. "It keeps Sweeting exhibits his biggest "banana" men, two deputy sheriffs and
confronted with the challengeof with much deliberation, prayer continue their educational ef- Opponents of the measure
a 'shrinking world.' How patience and tolerance. forts.In me busy watering" he said, melon, a yellow fruit 22 inches long and weighingseven argue that such is not the case, five sheriff nominees.
to react to and "...What to be les- conclusion "and if it doesn't rain soon I'll pounds at his home in Fairbanks. (Sun photo
are we going appears a Miss Bell said: The officers were taught the
lose Sam
influence the people and things sening in our patriotic spirit "As we go forward in our Individual everything. by McGarvey) I latest concepts of organization! ,
around ? Is the world goingto must be reversed and
us patriot- lives, let us not shrink management and administra-
be a better place in whichto ism reasserted with vigor,if we from change, challenge, controversy Candidates Can tion by instructors from the ;!
live because of our having are to continue as a great nation and responsibility. These Starke LegionTo Sign ButHaven't Florida Sheriffs Bureau and
been a part of it? and fulfill our responsibilities things are a part of what life
"...I believe #in moral and in the world." is made. Install Florida State University. J Ii

spiritual training in the home, The utterances of .a famous .,
"Understanding, tolera
In the church AND in the statesman philosopher? in Chief land
for, and love of our fellow man New OfficersSTARKE
schools. I know of no substitutefor No. The above is part of a I
will ultimately be the prune
the Bible as a basis for valedictory address given by a Buzz
moral and spiritual training. teen-aged girl at recent high factors on "which. '-*. our lives will George Pierce I CHIEFLAND The qualify,mayor commissioner from commission form of" .govern. Mixsorn ,
; "I also have always had school commencement ex- be" judged. will'be' installed as commanderof ing period for the municipal I among their number: ment last year, abolishing the ,

great confidence in the wisdom ercises. The speaker of such Our young fledglings of today Post 66 of the American Leg- election to be held here on Chiefland went to the mayor- elective position of mayor. j .

and integrity of our founding profundity was Shirley Ann as they prepare to leave ion at a supper meeting of the Aug. 4 has started, but City :

fathers, and the Constitutionand Bell valedictorian at Haw- the protection and nourishmentof organization here Tuesday Manager Hardy Dean, with 1Y

Bill of Rights they left us thorne High School, and daughter the home nest, probably are night, starting at 7:30.: whom candidates file, reported
have certainly proven to be a of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. faced with a more complex, Other officers to be installed Friday that would-be office 2
great American heritage. more bewildering, more "gone: at that time are: seekers were very conspiciousby Qualify to Seek
Changing interpretations plac- young speaker went on crazy" world than any otheflock. vice- their absence.
,\ -- We print the above t ; "Maybe we need to start
show that at least one of the ond vicecommander; Joe trying to stir up some interestin Williston PostWILLISTON

\ GREAT DAY youngsters is aware of this. Gissey, finance officer; John the city election," Dean said. Sam rMcGarvey

I And on this Father's Day, Grew, historian; Walter Lee The qualifying deadline (July
CWO Clyde H. Bell (U.S. Army chaplain; Cliff Hazen, executive month Two mayor members will be elected to two- Sun Area
21)) is a however
}t In the MorningBy Retired) must be proud that he committee member; Al giving candidates away plenty of hopefuls have already qualifiedas I year terms. Staff ,,,. r
and have candidates in the municipal t The charter Writer
I his wife raised sucha Crosby, service officer. changes pertaining aI
time to come forth. I
By SAM McGARVEYSun way and was more dead than daughter.On election to be held here on July to Council members will

Staff Writer alive when we first saw him this Father's Day, I, too, To be elected on Aug. 4 are 14. eliminate incumbents running
Like humans farm animals tottering along the highway.But am proud to be the father of I Police Group four city commissionersthreefor I Voters on that date also will I against each other and the possibility -
at some time or other in two-year terms and one to name two city councilmen for of only one holdover The
three children who I hope,, Lists Of MostComplete
1. have personalities all of the ir Support ,
L\ his young life, Pete had been through the proper upbringing, fill the unexpired term of one-year terms, two city coon Council member, as is the case
own dancies and almost exhibit beyond screwball belief.ten- horrendously frightened, and he, will turn out as useful citizens, Death PenaltyFORT Mayor Commissioner R. W.i ciJmen for two-year terms anda : this year. NewsCoverage
turned out to be the canine I contributing to the bettermentof Putchaven, who resigned early municipal! judge. Council members whose
As proof, we cite the follow- counterpart of the Timid Soul. their world.I LAUDERDALE (AP- this .ear. I The mayor candidates qualified terms of office expire with the of
the hen that
mstaTTes committed -
ing sivcide: the dog Pete who One time, when Sam found a recall a Sunday morning The State Fraternal Order ofp P. Eric Watson has beenserving ; thus far are James Hu-, July election are Hank Radac- Northccntral
f snake the house and call- i lit, who ran unsuccessfully for ky (president), R. H. Ross Dr. I
i thoujl he cat and the near early last spring. I looked u I Police convention was on record as mayorcommissionerand ,
a ,
was ed Pete, the rascal took one the' that post last year; and Louis Donald McCoy and Winston i ,
ts- ted pigs that liked to be from my morning newspaper Saturday as being against will have to seek re-elec- -Florida
look and then took off faster through a window and across a abolition of the state death' tion this year. The other commissioners Roberts, a City Council candi-McDonell. None of these had _
told stories. than Sam he had four date in the last election. qualified to seek re-election j
J as legsto green field to where a 10-year- penalty. whose terms are as
On coming to Bradford Coun-' Sam's two, and, youth on his old boy was flying a kite. The The 350 delegates, mostly ac-: expiring are L. W. Drummondand Incumbent Mayor Ford Lincoln of Friday afternoon. ji l Have the
t[ ty 15 years ago, we bought a! boy,was one of my sonssavoring tive law enforcement Robert E. Green. has not indicated whetherhe James Sullivan who won a i
farm and our livestock included Pete did any exploring life to its fullest. The wind! passed a resolution F officers'l i Holdover commissioners are will seek re-election. two-year term last year is the Sun
f f a flock of 50 old hens a around our farm, he did so in caressed his tanned and briar against doing away with Sid Arrington and B. B. Har Under a city charter only holdover councilman.The I Home
motley collection of garrulous the company of our mother cat, scratched legs and ruffled his punishment after a legislative change approved by voters last election polls will be
: old ladies, apparently given to a fearless feline, supremely con- short cropped hair. He was committee opposed the proposal.The rison. year, the mayor will be elected open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on: Deliveredr \
I loose talk. Their gossip was too fident that she could handle any I aware of only the dancing kite. resolution said: "The After the election, the six for two years beginning with July 14.Poll I

much for one hen, whose rear situation, and all this with a The pleasure of the moment death penalty is necessary for commissioners will designate a the election next month. workers who will serve II r I Today!

resembled a worn out feather cat's grace and poise and alert. lighted his face and his heart good law enforcement and deterrent The city judge also will be during the voting hours will be I a
duster. She decided to end it all ness. 'soared with the kite. The kite in the prevention of cap- named to a two-year term start-. W. B. Stegall, clerk; Mrs. R. To Order

f and after flying up on a ledge, In time, Pete learned to ven- string formed a tie between ital crime." Egg Market hag this year. The incumbent,, A. Carson, Mrs. Walton Bell THE GAINESVILLE SUN

caught her head'between two ture into forbidding places, suchas heaven and heart The committee said other Mrs. J. M. English had ,not, and Miss Irene McKinnon, inspectors PhoneBRONSON.
protruding nails, and hung her a clump of bushes not I breathed a silent prayer: states which abolished the death JACKSONVILLE (APThe qualified to seek re-election as ; Mrs. W. D. Loften CEDAR KEY

f self. I brashly like a daredevil mutt, Lord, please let it ever be so penalty had experienced an increase Northeast Florida Egg Market of Friday. and Mrs. Raymond Dale, alternate -' OTTER CREEK
r That attempt failed, for, on but cautiously like his friend, for my son. Let his life be that in capital crime. prices to retailers: The qualifying deadline is inspectors. I 1
being found, she was revived the cat. Gingerly, body quiver uncomplicated that he can always One state, the committee said, July 6 at 5 p.m. The votes will be counted by i LA CROSSE
and given a pep talk, but more ing with anticipation, each step be close to and derive which had the death penalty for Extra large 42-45, mostly 43- Council candidates this year Charlie Williams clerk; Mrs.
40-12 medium 31-34 most-
if idle gossip about her and a a study in alertness, he followed his most pleasure from those armed robbery had the lowest large ; will run in designated brackets Gladys Yancey, Mrs. Joy: Gainesville, FAIRBANKS Sun
small 25-28 28.
strutting gray rooster was more his friend and for the time wondrous elements You have national crime rate in that cate- ly ; mostly instead of at-large, and beginning Smith and Mrs. Joan Doerr in- CIrc. 373WIALACHUA

,than,she could stand, and she being, at least he was a cat. placed at man's disposal.Longnecker gory. Poultry at farms: fryers 1312. next year all council spectors. {I *

succeeded on her next try. 4421424

The three red feeder pigs were WILLISTON
f a nuisance. Every time Sam tried ''1" !' 53544)TRENTON. .j

of the to work tractor on in the the under shed over part ,_ !'t." .,,;f. \., ', r Berry Plantation Thrives I I 3-2557. BELLHO

in the corn field, the three insisted .' s.- cBy JMOOft
...''\. -y. i T
helping by rooting .. ""
) ,' ;
J under the machine, knocking ..... .;. ,:\. ,'; .'. SAM McGARVEY Longnecker is using three va-I He is selling the fruit on a in 1962. I HAWTHORNECR..
1 1 ,around piles of bolts or parts, .. 'f ". ';""\. \ \::..- -'i.....",.:., .".." Son Staff Writer rieties developed at the Tifton "you pick" basis, and said the Prior to coming here, he had I SJ111MICANOPY
the instruction book :a.. ::': .. -r;: .' ( EARLETON E. D. Long- (Ga.) Coastal Plain Experi- method Is proving satisfactory. had no experience in raising MciNTOSH
chewing on 't
!.. ''-, : ... '. .., Station-Homebell T If- said be has Fritz Ashmore
t and for added sport, sticking > necker, a former Extension ment There isn't much harm that blueberries, but Micanopy
: "
':10 '. .A. blue and Woodard.He been interested In the:
Sam's Service agronomist with Michigan can be done to a blueberrybush always
snouts ; 0
their wet little on : "\.. MELROSE KEYSTONE HTS.
i quivering hot neck. t., ,, ;:: \ ,;wj'' \' > i State University, has es- has them set out in rows ," he reports. crop. I Clrc. 3724441NEWBERRY

howls of .' -,. 'J.J. .. .. ""' 'tablished a thriving blueberry 12 feet apart, and six feet I Later, when production At his Melrose home he Is
resultant .
t The wife Alice running rage in \. '..'J i'1 ;0..: -,, plantation near here. apart in the row, or about 605 mounts, he expects to sell'a raising cuttings; when they', 372-M34
brought She solved the problem, J- [ He started the project in 1961, plants per acre. He has the major portion to produce deal are well started, be moves them: ,WINDSOR ORANGE HTS.
,alarm.! ,
t when he set out 1-acres, and rows "bedded up" and reports to a shade shed located at the| CAMPVILLE.
1 believe the pigs it: "Come or not, here by calling and I'll .;- : :\1J1! ... R r although the bushes are not yet that one of the biggest prob-!ers.To date he has had no prob- farm. j SANTA.Ore.FE 1724441 SHORES ;'

tell a story. Once upon a ,. ,.... ,(' 1 in full production, he estimates lems is keeping the plantingfree lem with disease, or insects. The section around Earkton \
'time you there were three little [! this year's yield to hit 1,600 : of weeds. He says he is The only insect that's givenus r is apparently well suited for the' ARCHER 45-2244

pigs. They were good little, fellows .... [pints. From anotheracre I now considering the use of any trouble so far' is the I crop as the Florida Expert- CHIEFLAND 4

but liked to get into mischief t L .". r" ... |;planting set out later' be has mulching, possibly sawdust, as leaf beetle" be said, "and we ment Station has a ,plan ting 4tJ7JJ I.
i and one day ." t ...i! # ., i already picked 630( pints this a means of solving 'that prob: can control It." there, and Arthur EUiott'of Outer -I! -
: wt.'' ..... I '.....a,. .'iIII!!. .. [I season, and expects to get at A native of Michigan, Long-' Lakes, Mich., a. blueberry LAKE BUTLERHY 4-3831
From under the tractor, Sam .. lem.The
least that much more before this : fruit considerably larger necker until a few grower there, has set out a 71!
years ago STARK LAWTEY .
in amazement. Thepigs
stared out
down for .- [f season is over.Altogether than that found growing lived in 'East Lansing and acre field nearby. I 44-7774 \
had settled a ;.,
of the three pigst- : Lcngnecker has :wild in this section. Longnecker worked at MSU. On retirement, If Longnecker can get his: HIGH SPRINGS I(
story went to market. 13 acres planted, of which six, said he has picked some he came to Florida with his plantation started, he has 454-1M4 1
are bearing and five are in ex- from his planting that have wife. Olive to escape cold time working for' him, as he or WRITE .r CALL
Pete, thedog; wbo thought hewas with vigorous young bush that is perimental seedlings developedby been three-fourths of an inch weather. They bought the farm says there are reported instances ; CIRCULATION MANAGER I, was a scared pooch loaded with clusters of extra-large blueberries. (Sun the Florida: Experiment Sta in diameter, but freely admits here and then bought a home: of blueberry bushes GAINESVILLE BOX 57 372-1441 .
who happened along the high- photo by Sam McGarvey). tion. that is unusual. in Melrose and moved there'lasting 1,000 years. I i

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DEAR READERS: We are' celebrating FATHER'S DAY, because they are so few and far between. I just can't ex- POO1Z LITTLE 1 / BUT I CANT SEE HIM:r

and it is a most appropriate time to share with se j plain the feeling I get when I read a letter from you, FRIEND RDLLED / ; THIS BLIZZARD-IT'S
letters which I received from readers.: The first was sent Dad. It rrs THE. ON Iff WAV TO I NTn TsacT M. : BLINDING::
just tears me apart."I r '
to me from a proud father in Norwalk, Ohio. It was the i i _M1LE AN-HOUR VALLEY:r .

first letter he received from his G. I. spn-".,. one of' guess 'I am just sentimental. Or maybe it's becausewe '

seven to serve our country, with two more to go." He wrote: never said much to each other before. I feel that your

Verdun, France letters bring us closer together. Anyway, I want you to know

that I think you are OJC. and I am proud that you are t eI
"Hi, Dad: .
dad. When anybody would ask me, 'Are you Ed Brutsche'sboy
my r
"I received your letter the other day, but have been too "
? I'd 'Yeah sure am'.
tired to answer until now. I still am, but here goes: say a

"Dad, you have no idea what it means to get a letter "This is my first letter to you and you alone, Dad. I am
'I from you. I know you .think of me, but it is good to see even putting it in a separate envelope because it is worth

it in writing. I want you to know that I think of you as wen eight cents to let my father know I love him and miss him i
as Mom and my wife all the time. I pray for you all every very much.

night. The only thing that keeps me going is knowing that "And that's it. [ ,
we will all be together again.
"Your Sentimental Son,
"I guess the reason your letters mean so much to me is -- = TH GARDEN PATCHTH'LIVEIOWG BUSTER J SEE WHAT THEY

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3fr m ftnrk uintra' covering whether they are deal- By this time of course, the I and cannot discuss i '
ing with an American or with person who has been in- your charm- 1 I '
WASHINGTON The unpleasantness -one of THEM. to politics. Bow politely, approach ,
politics with the Cold- ,
about pale lady and
Washington ask,
, The wise reply is an evasive, water man is being eyed uneas- "Have
at times like these is the city's you noticed the remark 1AN.
morbid obsession with politics. "Oh, from all over." The worstis ily by the entire guest list none able absence of lightning
to give a of of whom will want to be
Nobody can talk about anythingelse point origin any- seen this year? sz
where east of the with him including the
for longer than the Appalachiansand pale. Another problem about
soup Stop-
north of Richmond. This lady he had been ogling before ,
course. It is dangerous business. people is that they
territory usually connotes to the he was blackjacked into poli often I
Politics at the moment happens Goldwater are concealed Democrats,I ICAMTSeEVlTOGcT NOW 2
to be rather interesting as man a suspicious tics.The full of crocidile tears for the Republican I, ANY114IN6 DOse TQPA{ CAN TAKl; q
softness Cuba StopGoldwater .
on the United Nations peopleare I NAP
Party, but FOG .
but it is secretly
politics hardly
goes, less
combative than
government waste. the Sen. 1t
any more exciting than, say, the When a Goldwater enthusiast ;ator's legions but no less dead- trying to trap the careless into 1< I 1s

I American League pennant race traps one of these wretched ly. In crowded rooms they plant Johnson delivering an opinion on Lyndon q 2 s s

I the war in Southeast Asia or- the "Easterners," he will not relent :.themselves at the victim's elbow or Robert Kennedy. Iz711ti. sa
scarcity of lightning bugs until he has humiliated his vic demanding to be talked to. In many ways, these are the .a I I
around this town this June I worst of all opinions to be
tim into declaring his loyalty to Ask them, "Who is that pale
cite just a few of the livelier caught with. Express a fondness,
I the United States, uttering some lady with the lavender E4I o 0
conversational time killers. for Robert to a powerful John- 0 6.10o
banalties about private enterprise shadow? And their riposte eyc-I
No matter. In Washington' and lying about his war "Do you think ,Scranton son emotionalist and he will talk I
right talk politics. record.It obliquely about "the Kennedy 1 I II
now you i stop Goldwater? q z=
Cult, while
Strangers confront you,in over-, is rarely enough to mutter The wrong answer here will that will suggesting subtly 0 Li
you not be asked
heated rooms demanding an ruin the to I
something uncommittal about evening. Say, "Oh, let dance at the White
j opinion on Goldwater or_Scranton -: the Senator's "charm" and Barry have his shot at it," and Fail to mock House. .. ... =- _
or Johnson or the old New will Johnson to a I SURPRISED X.YOU KNOW YOU MAKEPAJOIWG i
dodge for the bar. Goldwater they cling to you through
rabid Kennedy man and he will WHE DOti7 t3E5iLlY.'T1aE ? ME IAU6U,6AJCY. YOU'RE
Frontier. It creates nothing but people, like their hero, are shrimp, sausages and hree cut with :,.... TAXINGRE'S15HE PLACE UP FitONi 15 STRICTLY FROM HICKSVJUEN -
'misery and escaping with cocktails you suggestions that PAUL r. STPJCTLY FCIC 50UARE5. .
going about
forthright, aggressive and can- the wit tends toward
your corn then
psyche unscathed requires great did. They want an affidavit from fate of the two party system, spin away leaving
you feeling
tact.The you that it has all been down- .Senator Keating. in New York too square and antiintellectualto ==:
most delicate situation is hill since Herbert. Hoover. and the Negro protest movement dare an encounter with the

an encounter with a Goldwater Disagree with them and they : In the meantime, the pale pale lady.

enthusiast. These types must'be are apt to close the argumentwith lady will leave with a canny The worst of it all is that

identified immediately and handled "If you like it so much in Frenchman who has refused to when you finally approach her,
with caution. Fortunately Russia don't back I discuss politics and, conse-
i why you go she invariably asks, "Whereare I ;r
they have a habit which betrays there?" To which, in this age I quently, has nothing_else to do. you from?" or "Do you 4 Z' .
them at the outset; almost Invariably when -all above When asked "Do
we want safety you think think Scranton can stop Goldwater -
they open by" asking, all,one can only state in a loud Scranton can stop Goldwater?" ?" i

"Where are you from? unconvincing. voice, "But I'The sensible response is to say, It is going to be a long campaign -
This is their blunt way of dis don't like Russia at all. ,"Excuse me, but I am French i

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Sunday, June 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 3CSun's

Lynda(AP)Bird's- A man made Plane a shooting Held threat in the After taken into custody ThreatHONOLULU set up a loud Of Toothless ToothpasteCOMMACK Thief I 1 $ $ $

I was nection detained with the Saturday postponing in con-of lobby.After Miss Johnson was taken i I ternational disturbance threatened to Airport in shoot the Honolulu lobby a woman and In- Louis police Martella as toothless, ,'N.described,Y.has, AP-been)by, SSSSSSSSSS$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

a jet airliner flight that was to off the, plane and back to her who once scorned him. The charged with petty larceny in
have taken Lynda Bird Johnson the theft of 24 tubes of tooth-
Waikiki hotel the Pan American
-, woman was with her husband. Prizeword
Los the President's daughter, to World Airways Flight 824 None of the three were identi paste from a supermarket.The Puzzle CornerLast

Angeles. I was permitted to leave. Secret fied. toothpaste wasn't the
only thing that disappeared.So .
The Secret Service refused to Service agents apparently con- r
lr let the big plane take off on sidered the flight possibly un- did Louis-while he was GAINESVILLE' SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES
safe. being removed from court to a
time after learning that the Syria the Week's 1. The prize for the correct solution to the PRIZEWORD PUZZLE Is $400.
was once "bread detention cell Police
Friday. If no correct solution is reached In this Sunday's puzzle, the weekly prize will
man, booked on the same flight, Airport so'irce said the man basket" of the Roman Empire. have an alarm out for him. remain constant at WOO until solved.
2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The SuR
r i t for the preceding 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will be> added. If more than
C 1 PrisetcordExplanations one correct puzzle Is received from home-delivered. subscribers. the bonus wW
.f be divided among them. -
X The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-'
WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to I week's puzzle Is received -
the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct
I llu4twdAI edaA solution.

I 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
k clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzle
or use a good, exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise whole
,, CLUES ACROSS: sale reproductions! will not be acceptable. This contest Is based on skilL The
decision of the lodges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become the
QUANTITY .. property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
3. TRACK .
not truck. "Driv- .
RIGHTS 521 N.W. 13th Street"IVORY" Mon. Tues. Wed. S. Anyone, except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their
RESERVED Noon ing a TRACK (i.e., building families may enter this contest.

one) through" such an "area .. After you have filled In the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
.-.. ostcard. Mail It from a Florida posfoffia two PrizeWOf"d Pete. Gainesville Sun.
1T is" not an "easy job. The clue P. O. Box 57. Gainesville Florida. or bring It to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
GOOD OLE PETE Department Office 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible for theWednts
PLUSILIQUID gives no indication as to whether day at must t be received at the Gainesville Sun office net later than -
a.m. We are not responsible for entries lost In the malls.
11 or not a road already exists.If THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE Entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted. or

I a road does exist, "drivinga EDITOR Each 7. There reader can be no correspondence or telephone tails regarding the contest.
may submit not more than FIVE entries in each week's contest.
truck" would be "easy"; alternatively e. A
copy of the c"n svllla Sun may be examined free f 50 EXTRAWith It might be impossible Circulation Fla.. during,Pe JrtItienL2f the hours.Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place, Gainesville

this Coupon and GOLDBOND if there were no road. t,
l The Purchase of ..... WINNERWANTED PUZZLE Winners will uif any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published In next
I 6. SHAPING Sunday's
DETERGENT "IVORY" not shaking or Galnewllle Sun

LIQUID. shaving. The clue says, "excuse remrs W. The Caineerffle Sun reserves the right to correct any typographic
22oz.plastic. DETERGENT enough," but if "a man" is in m ocanection or say with eher thL errors oonteet.which may appear m U7 Published 1lUteri&J

C 22. STAMPS such a state that he can't even : I
39 ,
Dlastic bottle 39c shave properly, he's suffering Puzzle No. 23

;. bottle from more than merely REWARDNo
I Coupon good at "THRIFTWAY" only Clip and Paste
I "nerves.' on a 4c Postcard
I (LIMIT: One with your $3 or more food order please) thru Wed., June 24 "Badly" is superfluous -

for shaking. SHAPING (i.e.,
f t
adjusting; adapting) is clearly winner again, much to our TR CKLE

i iI apt. chagrin. Good ole Pete had
hoped to come back to the task S
"FOLGER'S"INSTANT 8. SWIM not slim. "It 8
PLUS! may
be inadvisable for an aged person of awarding this cash bundle to I C K E D O C E

to SWIM" at all; but it i is a sharp puzzle buster. Our ( 0

II I : only without medical supervi weary judges looked over 2,056 to n

I 50 EXTRA I sion that slimming "may be entries this week. P P RI
With this Coupon end I '
\ F00
COFFEE T.le Purchase of . _ _ inadvisable. Last week, for some reason, O'
: +
ice 1 j I "FOLGER'S"a 1 I 9. WALLS not wells. The the word SWIM was omitted 3A14$ W RE

I Ii INSTANT a phrasing, "how deep they go from the free word list, so RI (

ib. COFFEE6oz. beneath ground level," rather we goofed. Inasmuch as this 8 OS S
STAMPS than simply, "how deep they W P I i
88C I was the correct answer all entries Uro r
: ar88c are, suits WALLS better than !
jar wells. were judged correct on I 8 zl S 2

"THRIFTWAY" only across if either SLIM or SWIM z3
I (LIMIT: One with your $3 or more food order, please) Coupon thru good Wed.ot June 24 12. HEN not men. "Wander was used. S E L 0 -r K r

ing" suits HEN better. The menwould D 2
there will be D T
I be regarded as trespas Occasionally only
sing. one word in the list that will fit t

I I the clue. In that case the word I 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE rr rr

SEALD SWEET" FROZEN ]I1III PLUS /13. NODS not noes. "Indicatedby must be the correct answer as r- If you are not now home-delivered sub-

; NODS," yes, but noes are all the correct answers will be I scriber and would like to have The Sun
l "opinions," which have to be in the word list every week. home-delivered started, please check box. Extra Bonus for
subscribers. See Rule
No. 2
i ORANGEJUICE "indicated," either verbally, or
; Some of our friends write that t Names
by a sign, such as a NOD.
50 EXTRA GOLD they have fun trying to bust

With this Coupon and. 17. ACT not ace. "An ACT puzzle. I assure you that i t Street Number
Purchase of
f The
I "SEALD SWEET." could be a service," yes, such would be more fun to us if wean Mail to: Prizeword Contest
FROZENORANGE BOND as retrieving the ball for your give away some of thatgreen The Gainesville Sun

I partner. An ace, "in tennis," stuff. You see, ole Pete' Box. 57, Gainesville, Fla. I .I
I JUICE STAMPS however, is "a service." loaded and every time I giveaway -
-0. some money it helps ourtax City Star
5 cans 98 5 b-oz. 98C 22. ICELAND not Ire land. situation. .: PhOfte''

: cons ICELAND is the fairer answer Prizeword Pet
I Coupon good ot "THRIFTWAY" only for the clue words, "said gen Please make sure that your
I (LIMIT: One with your $3 or more food order please) thru Wed.. June 24 erally." The quality of "the entries are postmarked no laterthan

I Ii fishing" in the vicinity of Ireland Tuesday p.m. We are still CLUES ACROSS:
i ii is not a matter of general receiving a few late entries
knowledge. which, of course, are automatically 1. Being-could put a boy off his stroke.

disqualified.Don't 6. For adequate protection in severe -, a shelter has to
r PLUS 24. SEND not mend or tend. be pretty good.
FRESH 100% PURE" I SEND, yes. Strictly speaking, wait for the puzzle prize
Being party to a roughhouse, a man could
if you actually "mend things," to get any larger. It's at top bitter easily have
memories of having been .
. value right now. Now it's $400 -
f it cannot be entirely "too late.
GROUNDBEEF If you're "too late," you are to non-subscriber and $500 to 9. Logic can help a man to the validity of a certain

50 EXTRA GOLD I not really "tending to the a regular subscriber to the Sun. argument.
With this Coupon and Remember, each member of 10. Energy.
The Purchase of .... things. Bend and lend are too
FRESH"ioo vague. your family can send up to fiveentries. 12. Silly person.
\i. BOND Get everybody working.
% PURE 13. A youngster might not be trusted to handle it.
GROUNDBEEF 25. HATCH not hutch. Stress-
STAMPSCoupon ing "a carpenter" favorsHATCH. Study the clues carefully. Ev 15. Touchy people are often quite without apparent reason.
word in each clue is imwrtant.
ery -17. Fling about.
I' Anybody can make a Often one word disregarded -
3 Ibs. $119 ib,98c sort of hutch (defined as: "pen can change the entire 18. Trade.

good at "THRIFTWAY" only For confining animals; chest, meaning of the clue.We'll 21. Touring with a trailer, it may be necessary to for
thru Wed.. June 24 box or trough") easily enough provisions occasionally.
be waiting for your en
23. The fact that the of one egg Is slightly different from
fe lp "" tries and looking for a winner.
CLUES DOWN: that of another may be significant.
Best wishes to all.

I 24. A serious-is certainly on occasion for levity.
PLUS! 1. BALL not fall. "A
\ may 25. A-in the road can make a driver slow down.
"CENTER CUT"HAM 1111\ have a BALL" with him "when

I he goes out to play," yes. For: CLUES DOWN:

I" fall, "at play," possibly, bu a
"to play" is superfluous in th 1. Grownups may describe boys' adventure stories as -.
I EXTRA of the clue.
50 context
GOLD 1 2. Might be kept in a sort of bin,for instance.

The tnpu':' a Coupon of .and.. 4. RISE not risk. Specifyin; \ 3. Quite possibly a bit apathetic when it comes to voting In

SLICES "CENTERCUT"HAM 1 "a speculator," while lending a national election.
sense to RISE., is pointless for;
risk. 4. Allow to fall.

STAMPS 5. A investigation may mean a lot of work for the police.
C. SLICES79c 5. CRIMES not crises. Regarded

79 lb. as the subject of available A 7. Novices, when keen, usually to improve rapidly.

". I "statistics," CRIMES is 10. Takes one's choice.
r : Coupon good at'THRIFTWAY" onlylb. much more feasible than crises
thru Wed., June 24 11. Moos like a cow.

I 6. SEWING not sawing. Th '14. To be In a pressurized cabin may be no new experience
>rf wr> c -r *-rs-*- i
clue says, "as a person is doing for an airman. _
so, he may discover," suggesting -
II unforeseen complications, 16. Outside a house, a large might be seen during the
IIII i favoring SEWING. The ."knots'' process of moving.

would normally be apparent be 19. Fall into a state of decay.

I LETTUCjj I I forehand. I 20. White robe worn by priest at Mass.

EXTRA I 7. GUN not gin. The natural I 21. Male child.
:answers are GUN as a typicall;
this Coupon and GOLD I "I"dangerous object and ,drink or 22. Gentle blow.

... ..
a ot. glass, particularly as regards

"FRESH' CRISP" BOND! something "proving unfortunate -I

I ," if "a man slips." There Solution Lost Week'sPuzzle FREE WORD LISTTHIS
STAMPS '!'is no particular reason to single

'!out gin which, alone, is poor ,
2 heads 29LETTUCE !grammatically in any case. LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS THE

at "THRIFTWAY" only 15. COAXED not hoax e 8 M TRAICK PUZZLEALB
I thru Wed.. June 24 ;:Strictly speaking, if a "ma n SIHlAlP IINI6H 1 R
I 1,realizes" what is happening"he 00 S Slwl t IM i KICKED RIGOROUS TACKLED

I is" not then "b e i n g EnHHQ CO @ ((3)a ) I BAND LADS' ROT TALK
!hoaxed" or deceived. COAXED I ra annsHH M E Man BEND LADY SEALED TASK
"KRAFT" CANDY I makes a straightforward a Bi SG CASE LOWS SEATED TOSS
f 31 ozi 16. RATED not hated. "Incompetent" .B O H LAS CAST PEP SHELL TRUCK

! btl. BERGUNDY .. 0 ,. ."S 29c tred of "criticism"points to RATED.has no AMID I DROP CURT PROBE PROVE SON SMELL VIGOROUS

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CITY COURT r R. Davisworth 4313 NW 10th St., ran red roughs. 560 NE 23rd Blvd.. speeding. $10. 16. N.Z. clan Inlet .
/ Judge W. W. Hampton Presiding I light. $10.William. Wayne M. Toohey Lake City wrong way 17.Heed 45. Self For ads to go In Mono paper-1 p-m. Sat. _

I June 1*, 1'*4 I E. Hunt, 1109 SE 2nd Ave., keep i on one way street $10. Athamas' 4Y. Helpers (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) (Minimum ad 4 lines)
Ave. public
NW 7th
ing an unlicensed dog. $5. Thomas I. Oscar Sanders. 619
I Signed written pleas of guilty: John Miller, 2330 E. Univ. Ave.. public drunk drunkenness. $25 or 10 days. John D. Mas- wife 49. Clergyman 3. Food: 10. New;comb
I F. Michel. 2831 NE 13th Dr.. -prohibited enness. $25. Percy Days, 1016 NE 22nd i sey. no valid driver's license. $20 or 10 20. Cuttlefish 51. Football Maori form I FAMILY
3939 NW 20th St., petit larceny $100. William Heggs. while intoxicated. $150 or -7 fe-lu ,f'%
z? turn $10. Barney Harris Jr.Ralph C. Mor- 921 NE 19th Ter.. disorderly conduct. $25. days. driving Alvin G. Watson. 1832 NW nth ,7 I .( I. fluid kicker 4.. Otherwise 11. It al. pronoun a 1 Insertion ............................................... We Hoe

I Ter.. ran red light $10.. red light. Charles R. Arnett. 2305 SE 11th Ave.. 60 .days. drunkenness $25 or 10 days. 1' 1'. Zf. 53. 5. Myself 55 :3 Insertions .............................................. 2% line
NE 14th Ter. ran public
I row. 1124 SW 7th Ave.. mufflers. $10. Eugene Williams. 315 St. Acosta 405 SW 7th Place pub B 22. Totem pole Explosion Insertions .............................................. 17c lint
$10.ran William red light.O. Bradley$10. William 921 J. Peters. SE noisy 15th St.. drunk and disorderly $25. lic James drunkenness. $25 or 10 days. Benjamin I.e A 24. Candlenut 54. Variety of 6. Mum 14. Strain 12 Insertions ............................................... 14c line

I 3320 NW 4th St.. following too closely. Thomas G. Williams. Williston. posses H. Gilland 2222 SE 11th Ave.. driving aft I.. CI. a .tree mica 7.Jap. court 18. Shift of Total charge computed by multiply total lines x rata earned

$50. Leslie T. English. 431 SE 6th Ter.. sion of beer in open container on public er license revoked. 10 days and $25 or .. 26. Mock 55. Shipped 8. Moon light :! x number of Insertions.
disorderly conduct. $25. resisting arrest street, $25. Clancey Helen Stein 501 NW 10 days. John E. Curry. 2213 NE 3rd Ave.. .J. .e.
$100. Charles D. Tyson. Commercial Hotel 32nd Ave., public drunkenness. $25. William public drunkenness. $25 or 10 days. Roo- 28. Verily DOWN goddess 21. Knowledge: I

public drunk $25. L. Delioge Jr., St. Louis. Mo.. drunk sevelt Ford 714 NW 7th Ave.. public 30. Bone' Extension Zoology 23. Social SFlveletterwordsperllns
and disorderly. $30. possession of beer in drunkenness. $25 or 10 days.
Kay E. Boyd. Palatka. expired address open container. public street. $25. Rob- Forfeited: Banks G. Prevatt. Hawthorne 3 Mongols 2. Poison professor 25. Enzyme
E. Chestnut
unknown., $20.driving James while Intoxicated $150 ert W. Kuhn, 922 NW 36th Dr.. public parking in service drive $5. EmilS. 26.Jap. meas Same as 2 lines
Paul B. 2550 NW 26th St.. no parkingzone. =
\ drunkenness $30. Kluge. Aramoonie 5 8 Pt.
: and driver's license suspended 4401 SW 44th three St- Fla. 111. ran red light $15. Stephen L. $5. Thomas Lewis Floyd. parkingout errrr' rr27.Fabnlous ordinary type
I months. John C. Luke. Lowry. 420 W. Univ. Ave.. speeding. $10. $5. David L. Rem
of assigned area. 1-
\I expired driver's license. $20. Johnny N. Same as :3 lines
)I Stanley. 1007 NE 22nd Ter.. prohibited William W. Chenault. Buckman Hall. ington. 2307 SW 16th Place. parking out U ? 7z------- bird 12 Pt.18Pt.. ordinary type
J A. Domn-
McClel- speeding. $10. Kenneth R. Dixon 1604 ef assigned area $5. Madeline
Wilma M. 29.
turn $10 speeding $10. valid driver'slicense. NW 6th Ave., U-Turn $10. Ing. 220 SW 7th St.. no parking zone $5. '/ Literary Same as 4 lines
lan 703 NW 14th Ave.. no
/1 $20. Robert W. Bongers 302 NE 10th St.. Edwin Verdecia. 1223 NW 4th Place.$5. 13 14 V5 scraps I ordinary type

I 3712 SW 19th St.. speeding. $10. John A. Cornell. 247 C. Fla- parking where prohibited. /: 33. Rocky
Eddie M. Coleman. 285-3 Village -
Carswell. Corry
Ronald J. B.
N. Solo- I
vet III ran red light 110. Robert
I $10. Chester Cuiter 226 NW 6th Mims Rt. 4. V//: promontory
speeding. 1101 NE 14th Ave.. careless driving speeding. $15. Carl J. 16 17 18 I/
/ Ave.. ran stop sign. $10. Gerardus J. man.. $25. Joseph T. Esquinaldo Jr., 253 no parking zone. $5. Allen C. Edgar. 2506 Vh Vh r/h 35. Brown BoZO 24 Same: .* 5 line
I IS SW 3rd Ave.. ran stop sign. Pt
I Schouten. I' Fla. Ill. ran red light $10. James R. SW 9th Drive speeding. $15. 21 i- 2} 24- 25 hemianvesuvianite ordinary type
. I $10. Jimmie M. Lee 424 NE 6th St. ran Smith 2204 NW 29th Ave.. speeeding. Sentenced: Rudolph Clayton. Rt. 4, W
red light $10. Sandra L Green. Starke. 30 r/h II
I $20. Rebecca R. Eaton. 27UV4 NW 27tn altered driver's license $50 or days. .
following too close $25. Felix Small. 4015 Ter.. careless driving. $25. Jesse F. Marquette ran stop sign $7JO or three day s. c:4WL6wltLLQ z' 17 ZI 29 37. Radioactive :
' NW 6th St.. driving on wrong side of Manor Motel. violation of truck Charles M. Williams Jr.. 2924 SE 13th fnt r Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one
street $10. Herman H. Harles. 1416 NW loading zone $S. Sanford V. Yates, 1635 Place. failure to yield right of way. $15 : :- gas lc lcTN Insertion nor will It be liable for any error In adver
21st Ave. U.Turn. $10. Annie Mae King. NW 6th Ave., careless driving $25. Nand- or five days. Walter D. Williams. 450 NW '7 SI 'J )f,5 39. Thus: Lai. to a greater extent than the cost of the space! occupied -

Alachua following too close, $25. kumar S. Shah, 255B Fla. Ill. parked in 58th St., speeding $7.50 or three days. Vernal Use bright remnants for bib and 4-4 42. Grass forthatching is by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will
Rosemary B. Wells 4010 E. Univ. Ave.. a truck loading zone $5. Michael H. Montgomery. Alachua, $10 or three half apron note handy pocketsfor '1 if i3 V//.14 T if/' be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
speeding $15. Robert B. Griffin 632 NW Beck, 2012 NW 1th Ave.. no valid drlv. days. Thomas Wilson Barron, 1941 NW pick-up chores. V/; the advertisement.The .
I 1st St., driving to left of center line. $25. er's license $20. Richard L. Little, 1505 31st Place, failure to yield right of way Colorful, practical apron with ap. .0 44. White vest-
Dolores O. Craig 2909 NE 13th St.. failureto NE 19th Lane. backing through Intersection $15 or five days. Margaret K. Pardee plique flowers ell In a row. Delightful 'l.41 = 41 4' 440 : 45 = 46 I
yield right of way. $25. John H. Keller $10. Dennis A. Falgout, 1628 NW 3rd 2821 SW Archer Rd.. violation of driv hostess gift. Pattern 931: /h %% Vh menu Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or n-

Sanderson speeding. $10. Christine P. Place U-Turn, $10 ran stop sign. $10, expired er's license restrictions $15 or 10 days. flower transfer; printed pattern. 47 40 / 4Tco 46. Fall month lectlng any advertisement which It deems cblectlonsi and to
Amelunke 1233 SW 14th Ave., ran red driver's license. $20. Gordon B. Chester T. Butterfield. 1523 NW 11th Thirty five cents in coins for V./ abbr. chance tdaulfIcafl tfthedOe1 -
light $10. Thelma H. Smith. 934 NE 7th Browne Jr., 813 SE 2nd Ave., right turnon Rd., Improper changing of lanes. $15 or 3 this pattern add 15 cents for : derid tit conform to the paper. I
i Ave., failure to yield right of way, $25. red light without stopping $10. days. Carolyn W. Cobb. 2710 NE 11th St.. each pattern for Ist-class mailingand 3-; 52 'lj 53 47. CamdhaIr'l =
Harold L. Monk Jr.. 806 NW 18th Ter.. D. Powell 3204 NW 13th Ter., speeding re to yield right of way. $15 or 3 days. special handling. Send to Lau /. cloth
ran stop Sign. $10. Charles T. Cook 2034 $10. Louise F. Davis, Archer care- failure to yield right of way. $15 or 3 days. ra Wheeler Gainesville I Sun, :- Collection mmuiiniinniniM i
NW 7th Lane. ran red light. $10. Ernest W. less driving, $25. Edwin Crosby. Archer, driving while intoxicated Needlecraft Dept. P. O. Box 161. 5+ "/ T 48. .
Burch Jr.. II SE 10th St. careless driv Old Chelsea Station New York 11. /: 'lh 50. Eel Old.
Horace O. Gay. 731 NE 12th Ave., careless $175 or 60 days. driver's license ; 8 Schools & Institutions 30 PETS fir
J ing $25.Billy driving, $25. Ralph A. Swartz. 2310 revoked by department of public safety. N. Y. Print plainly 30 AI' He.sI.'ures:0 -Eng. SUPPLE
ADDRESS and Par time min.
Edward J. Peloquin 1225 SW 2nd Ave., NUMBER NAME
R. Mincey. Marion Speeding. $10. SE 46th Ter., ran red light. $10. HowardC. 52. SHORTHAND BUSINESS LAW
Addie Kirkland. Fairbanks public drunk Ahrens. 1103 NW 11th Ave.. speeding. passing on right, j/JO or three days (Suspended ZONE. Concerning Secretarial Courses Classes HEALTHY. happy American Shep
enness. $25. Lee Ray Harden. 1440 SE 4th $10. Ginger J. Moran. 1111 NW 41st Ava ). Carolyn N. White 1112 NW 1st BARGAINI Big. new 1964 Needle- forming. Howell's-Business now Col- herd puppy. Female. Registered.
e St.. improper parking. S25. Norman M. $10. Earl B. Place. careless driving. $10 or 3 days. craft Catalog over 200 designs. Reasonable to 0 home. FR .
speeding. 913
Palmore. NE
lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507.
only 25 cents A must if you knit. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mole Help Wanted 3470 anytime. before 10.
I Cole. 2212 SE 46th Ter. parked In truck 25th St., ran stop sign $50. Thomas WIlliams. NW 5th Ave., disorder.
f loading zone. $S. Charles E. Poindexter. ly conduct. $25 or 10 days. crochet, quilt, sew, embroider. Send MEN d women 18 to u to train for ENGLISH SETTER PUPPIES. Reg"Istered.
Rosa W. Dobbins, 1228 NW 39th Ave..
f 2405 NE 5th Place. loud muffler $10. HarI Estell Maxwell. 1220 SE 4th Ave., disorderly 25 cents. WANTED 1 bus betweenthe CIVIL SERVICE From top grade gun dogs.
speeding $10. Thomas I. Philman. 2445 SPECIAL VALUE! 16 COM WAITRESS wanted for. Howard
riett M. Reeves. 1315 NW 9th St., harbor. conduct $25 or 10 days. Excellent pedigree Bondhu strain.
SE 10th Ave.. speeding, $10. William S. PLETE QUILT PATTERNS in Johnson's Restaurant. Apply 9 to hours of I and 12 A.M. or Examinations. For Information
f Ing an unlicensed dog. $5. Janet H. Tew. Found not guilty Emma J. Flowers 7 wks. old. Howard Gordon Or
send address & Phone No.
6 and P.M. to the head wait name.
Roundtree, Rockledge speeding. $10. deluxe, new Quilt Book. For beginners 11 A.M. or 2 to 4 P.M. in per-
\ 3911 NW 20th Ter., speeding $10. Joan Alex McKnight, 701 NW 7th Ave., speed. 504 NE 4th Ave., careless driving. experts. Send 50 cents son only. 2830 N.W. 13th St. ress. Hotel Thomas. No phone Key Training Service. 112 W. toge Springs 47-245.
r -. W. Hinson. 2810 NE 13th St. careless Essie Warren Pruitt Alachua. ran red'
Ing $15. James Tillis Jr., Rt. 4. prohibited now! calls. Adams St.. Jacksonville.
I driving $25. light. Claude Maxwell. 1220 SE 4th Ave.. LOTS FOR SALE
turn $10. Dorothy R. R. StOry. Palatka BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn WANTED 3
I Adele B. Friedman Jacksonville. ran failure to yield right of way $25. NW disorderly 16th Ave.conduct.. disorderly Arden H.conduct Streit, Joe 15 up to $5 per hour demonstrating PLUMBING SERVICE MAN Real Estate Exam

I stop sign. $10. Rollyn G. Douglas. Marietta. Cleveland W. Williams Leesburg. pro- L. Moss. 3105 NW 1st Ave., speeding S. Announcements famous Studio Girl COURSE acre wooded home sites near
Ga.. careless drIving. $25. Thelma B. hibited turn, $25. Gary Lieberman, 407 NW 15th St., petit Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. HE MUST: ATTEND First lesson free. new Myra-Terwilliger school By
McKinney. 120S NW 21st Ave.. improper Benjamin Wiley. Cross City, no valid larceny. 3 LOST & FOUND Phone 376-4336 after 4. Have a City License HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLtwE owner. Terms may b arranged.
I backing. $25. James W. Smith. 607 SW driver's license $20. Kenneth P. Wooten. Charges dismissed: Carlos E. Joiner. Stay sober COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave Phone 376
'I 3rd Ave.. blocking traffic. $7.50. Lillian Rt. 3. speeding. $30. Barbara G. Bur- 304 SE 7th St.. petit larceny. LOST: Accutron watch. alligator TEENAGERS. & SHUT-INS. Did Be reliableBe willing to work all hours FR. 6-3507. 3723727. SIX lots. N.E. 18th Terrace &

SPEEDWRITINGCOST N_E. 2nd Ave. 30V x 135'. Call
you know that it is possible to. Live In city
bond. Call FR 2-
J. 3723631.FORDYCE .
R. Crane
and Prestige ACCOUNTING
own operate your own Have a phone p I
4465. Cosmetic Business? From Give referencesHE Secretarial Courses Classes LOTS

LOST Red striped torn cat. your very own home. A small now forming. Howell's Business 1 acre lots beautifully wooded. $?-
I Problem for Burns: Picking shy. Vicinity of J. M. Fields investment required. If Interestedcall CAN EXPECT: College 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 200.00 2 acres with smal creek..
parking lot. Probably heading 376-1480 or write to Vivlane Good paySteady S2.9o.o Others $1.SO.O
Woodard Cosmetics.
South. Please call FR 2-0594. 626 N. MainSt. work
} .. Gainesville. Huge Territory Paid vacation upFORDYCE
Open to You.RECEPTIONIST. Time & half over 40 hours

Will containing party who 2 picked pairs up Penney'sSiacks package doctor's office. Call SHOCKLEY PLUMBING, INC. Men-women, 18-52. Start high as ASSOCIATES. INC.REALTORS .

;: Cabinet Big and Little at Wise's Drug Store General office work with typing 372-0405. $102.00 a week. Preparatory train 926 W. Univ.! 376123
j please return to Penney's or essential. 1 girl office. Permanent ing until appointed. Thousands of
Wises No questions asked. resident. Write Box 441-A ROUTE service man to work lobs open. Experience usually un- 34 Waterfront Property
c-o Gainesville Sun. Giving age. Pal atka. age 25 to 3$. high necessary. FREE information on
LOST LARGE solid-grey cat in marital status and experience. school education preferred. Guar- lobs. salaries requirements. Write
'Il By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE But these vicinity of 4100 block, N.W. 6th. WANTED antee & commission. Apply In TODAY giving name. address and ON THE GULF
lady experienced
departmental chiefs _REWARD' Phone FR 6-4785. ___ cleaning checker. No phone as calls.dry person 52* N. Main St. Gaines phone. Lincoln Service. Box 397- Cedar Key Shores
yule Fla.WANTED M, CoO Gainesville Sun.
also See Mr. Welch Stocks' Cleaners,
I are important instrumentsfor
I You maybe 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE 441 SE 2nd St.WANTED. experienced mechanic at t Other Properties

I sure that Haydon Burns isi carrying out a governor's once. Melton Motors, 703 N. MainSt. 28 Livestock & Supplies David AndrewsCedar
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special aTtention Ladiesreadytowear Phone 374-7571.
I giving much thought nowadays campaign pledges and desires. to nervous or elderly. WANTED WANT TO SEE your hogs properly Key. 3841
second cook.
to the he'll want work- For example preference Easy Way Driving School. FR Department Apply one letter good to box 445-M finished on dry lot or pasture.
people may 7-7002 Lie by State of Fla. by care then try CPA Cooperative Mills WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg.

i:" ing with him if he's elected gov be> given in highway construc- Manager. of Gainesville Sun. 12 Porkmaker for meal June. or FMX pul Broker, specallzlng: In
t ernor. lion or in the awarding of certain Excellent 13-Help Male or Female I Gainesville or Alachua. Phone FR AGE. :3 miles No. of Melrose,
2-1095 or 461-2105.
It's safe to guess that Burns racing dates. have new 1964 model automaticZig GR 52981.BEAUTIFUL.
II Zag sewing machines. No salary I benefits PLACEMENT SERVICE GENTLE 4 year old Sicilian Jack lot on the Suwannee
is finding this attachments needed te do the Office. Professional trained to cart. $50. Call 466-3306 River at Rock Bluff. Call 374-
fl The "little cabinet" is not to following decorative stitches and working con- Technical Micanopy. 6160.
task as tough buttonholes, appliques monograms College GraduatesFor
be confused with the "big blind hems. Etc. $3.75per dition. Must be appt. call 372-4377 FOUR Shetland ponies. Phone SUWANNEE RIVER camphouse on

4//,)I Cracker and perhaps cabinet," the six elected offi- mo. $54.50 total price. 815 1 -12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. after 6 p.m. 376-7428 clear spring running Into Suwarv
W. Univ. Ave. 376-1075. experienced. Apply Monday through Friday nee River. Good place to swim
38 head chicken Rt.
$30. 1.
I tougher in some cers who serve with the governor SAXAPHONE LESSONS PERSONNEL CENTER fish and relax. The house has
I' given In Box 49, Archer. Fla.
102 NW 2nd Avenue not been completed.
the my home. Beginning & Immediate. in person to Unles you
Politics ways, than the on numerous ex-officio SADDLEHORSES FOR SALE can handle a saw.
Phone 372-3305. DESK CLERK, motel operaton
4ji pursuit of the boards which run much of the WILL PAY si per copy for 1961 Personnel Office, day shift. 6 day week. attractive Call after 3:30 P.M. you If you should not not have see this a hammerand camp.

DemocraticId' State government. and 1962 Gainesville Parade of J. M. Fields StereoMANAGER salary. Write Box 443-A, Gaines- FR <-3689 C, we will furnish both
I .
I ""_r Homes Guide Books. Offer limit ville Sun.GREATEST HORSE OWNERS with the property. Lot Is 120
nomination. ed. Gainesville Home Builders PART OR FULL TIME ATTENTION fee on spring run 3 room house
s Right at this time, when appointments Assoc. Bob Hatton, Publicity OPPORTUNITY OPEN in sec- trees All priced $5.998
There a number of reasons At Stud. Welsh Breed. For appointment
are -1;? are being considered Chairman 372-3794 for beauty shop. Must have a fol tion of Gainesville. Earn up to $45 write P. 0. Box 415 ea. For details contact FrankD.
v for this difficulty. lowing. Requirements: neat and and more weekly from the start Gainesville Florida. Your hone Howard Real Estate Grady
: an important fact about the 8 Baby Sitters. Child Car based on serving Watkins customers household must have veterinary certificate.Fee Finance Office, Box 703, High
personality. Pay
:is'' It is a political truism that "little cabinet" is that five of good ability. Write Box 440 C-O Galnes- products Guarantee.with Good Full Housekeeping or $25. Springs. Fla.

,c! the men and women who cant its eight members EXPERIENCED elementary school vine Sun.CAPABLE. part time man or woman neededat TWO good saddles. I Western1 OCEAN FRONT STEAL
BURNS are expectedto teacher to care for children. 3 once. Set your own hours. No _EnglTth. S40 each. Call 4421673. 175 fet on the Ocean with a depthOf
be of the most in a campaign I feet to AlA and 389 feet
I give at least the semblance acre play area. Planned program Investment. Write C. R. Ruble,
t WOMEN needed In on AlA
profitable between
Crescent Beach
the Dept. J-2 P. O. Box 2447, Memphis 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
not necessarily .
; are of full-time performance of the established territories to Tenn.TEACHERS and Marineland. Price for the
ual appointment of all five in 3727150.TINY show Avon Cosmetics. Call Mrs. 15 days 6.500.
::1k) people who are the most use- I duties of office. Only the chair TOT Fullington FR 20421. Register now for fall SILVER Miniature Poodle, 2 female net Write
January and the staggeringwill openings fee unless and 1 male 7 wks. old. L.
ful in administering a no placed. Eugene Barnes and
lit govern !men of the development commission PLAY SCHOOLVisit Ask Southern Teachers Agency. shots. etc. Registered AKC. Phone Realtor Member S
ment. start then.Compounding. 12 Male Help Wanted Columbia. S. C.START. 376-0872. St. Phone VA 9-501Z
[ the turnpike authority, us and see for yourself. 4 Kin.
Augustine' Fla.
24 SE 8th St. FR A-78M. SIAMESE KITTENS. Reg. lilac
Too, here are far fewer part. Burns' problem and the racing commission blue & choc. PT. Champ. Lilac.
I WHITE baby.sitting in private NEED Immediately. mechanics (2). a new career in the Florida Real
"ii time prestige offices than most is the fact that, if elected, are part-time officers. home. $2 per day. Phone 3727395. experienced, plenty of work. good Estate profession. Become a stud.& Williston& choc.52u. salary. group Insurance. paid va member of Florida's finest profes.
it outsiders realize. The jobs he always must keep in mind EXCELLENT child care in my cation. Phone Mr. Elrod, Service sion multl-m I I lion dollar real BEAUTIFUL Toy Poodle. 4 weeks NEW 3 Bedro CCB. tile bath.

:I most in demand are those there's another campaign Other governors have found home.6-8941 References available. PhoneFR Manager. FR 2-S433. estate corp. Will pay for your old AKC registered. Call FR 2. carport utility ro. S9,000,
just that fact SERVICE Station dealer wantedby schooling and guarantee employ 7258 after J00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. $450 down. $65 month. Phone FR
I which do not require the appointee ahead, in 1966 for the fouryearterm. very substantially nar- malor oil company. Must be ment. For Interview Call Ocala all day.FLORIDA. 2-3355 days. FR 631 nights.
TO GO AND 629-7921 collect.
to put regular employ- rowed the field of eligible and willing to invest small amountof Pest Control Is featuringthis WELL located home for sale. Own-
: cash.. Call J. C. Lawton
available month Tropical Fish and graduated and will give Immediate
people.It .
ment on the shell and move to Palatka. 3252064. 14-Sales Help Wanted Tropical Birds of all kinds. We occupancy. R e cently

Tallahassee. He well may have a t ask FUN FOR EVERYONE. Farm experiences Job Openings for also have children's pets and pinted. and In excellent condi
is in administration thaiBurns' cook-outs. family cam HAVE opening In this area for a supplies. Call us for any of Your pay rent when you
t_ A geographical scatteration oft that would tax the ingenuity of outs. birthday parties, hiking TRAINEESin salesman with seme route sales pet problems. FLORIDA PEST can Wy les to ow
background should horse and pony riding. Reason experience preferred. Must be CONTROL PET CENTER, FR 1242 N.E. Ave. 37'05S
top honors is not only desirable a Machiavelli, for he as governor him well. able. Information and rates call Machining. Brazing. Assembly. bondable and in good health '4-2661 20 NW 16th Ave.
would have to serve Legislative experience 376-3785. Write T.M.W., Rt. 4. Box $75 minimum weekly guarantee FOR Sale or New 4 8R.
but legally required in the disappointmany which __..359. Gainesville' Fla.Employment. Electronic Testing Switch, & plus many fringe benefits. Write FREEI Black female kitten d hoe located trad Westmoreland
every governor female Siamese adult cat. Phone
case of many boards: for example yet keep them not just has possessed since John W. Circuit Wiring. giving full information to Box 372-1133. 2510 NE 11th St. Estate. On city sewers, paved
but _442A c-o Gainesville Sun. Ig. bath Rms, (g. family
the road board the turn- loyal enthusiastic for the SI.2$ per hr. starting rate. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good Rm. & living Rm., dining
Martin to Tallahasseefrom art.
I '65 campaign. Governors in the came Contact Florida Employment GOOD OPENING for watch, stock, and pets. FR Central heat, built-in -
pike authority, the board of ( being Mayor of Jacksonville 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED Service or Mr. McCloud at Realsilt looking for high type 2-0033. cluing GE dishwasher" 2 courtyards

control and the racing com past have sought to pad out ATKINS TECHNICAL. INC. person to handle customers In Small miniature blade poodles. 2 walk to schools, close to
the honors by creating ) in 1925, is regarded as be- EXECUTIVE secretary. Typing, 3606 SW Archer Rd. Gainesville Gainesville erea. Excellent startIng females. $30. Purebred, Phone U of F I medical center FHA
mission. special ing useful shorthand. knowledge of book. income. Send resume to FR 48155.HEALTHY 127. Down payment 11.70
extremely during
a Dennis demons P. O. Box 3217,
study commissions and invit- keeping Ample starting BOYS wanted for afternoon occupancy.
Incidentally there's a special campaign, for it gives the legis- wage. No age limit. Unlimited routes. 12 yrs. or older. See paper or Tampa I. Florida. collie cross pups 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler'
with the ing out-of-town supporters for career' opportunities for woman wormed. shots. Reasonable. 114 Brothers, dally
; complication this time lator call Mr. Young. afternoons. 372- FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE position 3"5 260
candidate a smatteringof NW 20th Dr. after 4 P.M.
with quick mind. Prefer permanent night.
meals at the Mansion. S441 ext. 19, Gainesville Sun now open in this area. Age -
1 racing commission which the knowledge about much of resident. Send resume or Circulation Dept. requirements 23-45. sales experience GERMAN Shepherd puppies AKC BY OWNER, leaving 3 BR,

court may have to set. Interview request to Box 435 CoO SALESMAN. experienced advertis- necessary over 30. Car preferred reg. $45 ea. Also Palomino Shetland 2 full baths LR, to. rm., DR.,
Supreme Gainesville Sun.
takes State affairs.
Patronage .
shapesbut with
many Florida average of two nights per pony bridle $85. Ph. breakfast rm. S. tile kitchen
specialist Jobber
ing can
t in the 2 experienced waitresses. no calls week on road. Long established FR 22990. & fenced yard. la
membership governor's give you personal quick service.All lp 2.
tie.The '63 Legislature decreed But legislative experiencedoes please.' Apply in person Aunt Je Jobber lines. Full or part top rated manufacturer of automotive YOU will be proud to own one of G s ft. living arf. Plus 2 car
"little cabinet" is the mima's Kitchen. 16U N.w. 13th time. Write and tell me your specialities offers thorough these beautifully marked healthy. $21,900 good terms.

four-year terms instead of two, most publicized, even if not always not by itself teach admin- St.SECRETARIES story. P. O. Box *6 Orange City, training.program and complete an excellent Insurance A.K.C. registered beagle pups. 92 NW 36th Dr. FR UIU or
Fla. Bred to hunt. Ideal pets. Ph. ZJt- 3.3
istration. The
for the racing commissionersand understood. governors who opportunity for you to earn $1.. 5555.
PAINTERS and paper hangers top 000. per month or more. Write BY OWNER roomy 3 BR housed
sought to put the stagger came there by way of the Leg- ELECTRO-TEC CORP rates. Call Commerlcal Painting, for application to ARTHUR FUL- SALE Purebred Beagle Puppies, convenient to Llttlewood School.

ing of terms into effect immediately "Little cabinet" is the unof- islature have often had to rely ( Daytona Beach. Fla.,) Inc. FR 6-2758. MEP P. O. Box 177, MEMPHIS, $19. AKC Reg. Have 30 Cham FHA" guaranteed balance 1125.
: TENNESSEE. pions. Best In the State. We board Equity of $1450 for $450
by extending the tenure ficial designation for that groupof upon subordinates for adminis- FOREIGN EMPLOYMENT Information dogs. Stud dogs. James Kennels take over contract. dn. wks.
SECRETARYTo Construction other work BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN Rt. I, Box 78, Keystone 2-6477.
*>C three of the five members of officers who are regarded as trative skill. projects. Good paying overseas BUSINESS Build your big Heights.! Ph. 473-4951. Fi
( Controller) lobs with extras. travel expenses. paying route busIness -
'J'e present commission. nearest the governor in the Write only: Foreign Service Bureau steady income for life DOBERMAN PINSCHERS Magnificent FURNITURE

sense of administering the State Executive secretarial experience required Dept. 501, Bradenton Beach, with over 250 finest quality 4 week old litter of mal.
-'Unfortunately for the Bryant CzechoslovakiaTo In manufacturing Industry. Florida. COSMETICS AND HOME NEEDs.Beautiful and female black and tan pure.bred UPHOLSTERYFor

the law agencies for which the chief executive Compose letters. take dictation EXPERIENCED packages, fast sellers. Doberman pups. AKC regis
commissioners roofers.
appears Apply 7:00
1 coordinate supervisors schedules. Guaranteed. Start others selling.advance tration applied for. Sire and Dam top quality workmanship
constitutional is responsible.These A.M. in person ready to work. to Distributor. Write available for Inspection. Dam itLlebschen
to have a Familiarity with financial. accounting 2314 N_E. Itth Drive. your call
Get Loan contractual terminology plans experience. Old 97 Company von Penning II, with 372-6142
defect. It looks as though the the road preferred. IMMEDIATE opening for retail Dept. N, Tampa, Fla. champion bloodlines. Fine healthy
the are department route salesman. Experience not 33605. pups with good dispositions. Have GAINESVILLE
will have us- SECRETARYTo
new governor beverage department necessary. We train you. Ambition CHRISTMAS Business b wormed end tails co UPHOLSTERY
( ) British willingness to work and make Meal show
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I hotel and restaurant commission ( Chief Engineer) a good knowledge of simple and Personal. Customer's name watchdogs. $50 each. Phone 385. isoa N.W. 1f Sf.
0 You are hereby notified that the followt banks have agreed to extend 12- arithmetic are required. 5 day imprinted. Earn unusualr! h'gh ISM Tallahassee or write Adams, Free EsiaePa .
t big motor vehicle: Mercury 5r Sedan turnpike authority, development credits Czechoslovakiafor Requires experience as secretary work week. Paid vacation, retirement commissions from this medium- 901 Piedmont Drive. I .Ie.
57SLI1M1M will be sold at public sale atE I year end administrative assIstant to a / and high priced line. Free Sample
o'clock on the 30th day el commission, racing maior engineering manager. Familiarity .- plan. group hospitalization Album. Process Corp. (our SIAMESE KITTENS and STUD
10:00 am. the of And life Insurance
purchase a $11.2-mil- with mechanical engineering are 43rd ). 3450 S. 54th Ave.' SERVICE. BLUE AND
June. 164. at 711 N. Main St* Gainesville commission Apply in to BorCen'1Dairy. year LLC.
industrial person
commission terminology preferred. Dept. HU-3, III. e0650. CHOC. S2S-
Florida. The proceeds of the sale lion fertilizer plant. 2420 N.E. 19th Dr. Chicago. FREE ESTIMTE en

will be applied first to the payment of : and motor vehicle com BKPG Mach ( NCR) 1-Sheet metal mechanic. WANTED AT ONCE Man or woman .ld
the costs of retaking storing and sale mission. The Governor's own The agreement was signed Requires some experience In accounting 2-sheet metal helpers wttti duct to supply families with R_ BLACK Mite poodle pp Qualit
I of
ef said motor vehicle and the cost publication installation experience.Call lelgh Products in W. Alachua Co. Al rlstere Phone m.2 Central AirConditioner
of notice of sale and then to the debit and bookkeepingmachine er part Gainesville. Many Dealers -
is of
secretary a sort Friday by Brothers and werfc. Excellent typing FR 2-3634 for appointmentafter 2615
satisfaction of the balance due under the earn S50 weekly pert time-
I I contract with Robert Thomas. Box 1037.. ex-officio member. Co. a major London bank and skill required. Will train on machine 4 p.m.CARPENTER. $100 and uo full time. WrOte SMALL ds for sate. See et 2201
If andS
Salary Saturdays
necessary. commensurate -
( High Springs. Fla. Covering the financing wanted to work In Rawleigh, Dept. FA E 320 1, 7 Tea
with eroerfcnce.REPLY .
of said motor vehicle. Any surplus Prior to extension of the mer- the Czechoslovak state import TO: High Springs and Alachua area. M.mOPmtS. Tenn ee -ay
will be paid to you and you will remain P"454110.. after ':01 PJM. BLACK LABRADOR wormed
liable for any balance retraining unpaid it system of State employment, agency, Strojimport. Lazardwas Dir eter nf Ifytr1 R.'mtiens Non-union work. 16 Work Wanted FemaleIF and Inoculated.PUP and by 77 !

under said contract. in behalf of ELECTRO-TEC CORP. good looking and reedy to
acting a
the under syndicate g
I General Finance Corp. of fla. agencies "little cabi- PO Box 647, ORMOND BEACH, FH. you want ironing done call FR AKC reg. Phone FR 276 Best in equipment usI

North. net" appointees were the most of four banking institutions, An equal opportunity employer $400COMMISSION 6-2911. 1515 S. E. 13th PlaCe, Un- FOR S Beagle Puppies, purebred ternally Insulated
M. F. 8ARNHART coIn Estate engineered end installed
BY GENERAL: FINANCE fruitful source of patronage for' Barclays Lloyds Martins and EXECUTIVE hard secretary good PyT SALESMEN hi 49. N regiere. $15. Rt. 1. sin
work. legal experience preferred
\ B
C"'R..iI!_TIN. the common run of jobseekers.There National Provincial, and the Insurance desire permanent rest- any area or local area to sell 17 Work Wanted Male LONELY byALL AMERICAN HEATING
of North Florida dent. must excel In typing and finished block homes on owners are CONDITIONING
711 North Main Street still remain some 200 I Export Finance Co. The shorthand. If you are not ex- lot. Straight 20 year payout. If MAN will do carpenter worE, months old German Shepherd Pp c
Ganesvllle! Horlda 32601 tremety qualified for e highly responsible experienced see Mr. McMurtry cleaning, painting and cement pies, AKC reg. excellent. $75. PH. 376-8258
t Telephone 374-2511 jobs outside the merit systemin government is providing guar- position do not apply. Tampa Builders. Monday June 22. work. Can be contacted by FR 6-2 iese NE D live

Area Code 305 those agencies. antees. If so call Jack Bates FR 4- AJM. to 9 P JA. at Holiday Inn. phon Satisfaction guaranteed Pm-sq SALE CHIHUAHUA J
J ,- M t''' 4421 for- nterview. Route 301 Ocala. Phone FR 2-<<196. $25. Phone GR pup
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BY OWNER, Mason Manor, 3 BR.
I1 $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open t acres 2 houses. reasonable.Cash NEWBERRY 3 BR Fla. Rm., HOME for sale by owner. Lot 2 batlcent.. heat. built-in kit., BEVIN ARMS section. 3 BR home
House Sundays. 1 to 6 P.M. Designed or terms. Rt. 1, Box 49. I bath kitchen. living rm.. dinIng 175' x 375'. Esther Williams huge screen porch, paved dead- lust 1 yr. old. Large wooded lot.
& engineered by U. S.
THE TIME IS NOW. Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 Archer Fla. rm. Block home with 214 $swimming pool. 410 N.E. 13thAvn. end street shaded lot reasonably for appt.x 150$11, see. Call 372-4050 SEETHIS

\ I sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath. air cond., Florida Park. CCB home, oak strip acres of land within city limits. Call J.Shown R. appointment 372-3631. only. priced. Phone FR 2-2371.
brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 floors. 3 BR. 2 bath large livIng Price $14.000. Phone 472-245. GLADYS SMITHFARM Get In The SwimFREE spacious two story 4 ba
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes room with fireplace separate room 3 bath home with 2
Home With IncomeJUST sleep
Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR
dining Fla. kitchen BIG VALUESFOUR
{ / room. room lifetime family Ing porches located in a very Cle-
Do You Have A Room 4-4490. with built In stove and dishwasher. BEDROOMS TWO BATHSfor LISTED. live In newly decorated in Carol Estates Swim membership Club and sirable NE neighborhood. ONLY
Apartment Central oil heat. Window air 3 bedroom home and rent $16,000
( FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. only $15.000. Cent. heat. nice Picturesque 70 acres. stream Community Center to all new with $1200 DOWN.
2 bath. Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area. conditioners. situated on heavily shaded lot. Excellent close in lo garage apartment to help make running through property. Permanent Hugh Edwards home buyers. 37-
: separate living rm. dining rm. wooded large lot with lovely pa- cation. Good financing. See this monthly payments. Owner will Bahia pasture. 360 brand 7971. $484 DOWN-3 bedroom masonry
I Or House to Rent? kitchen wall to wall carpetingin If'e $29.000 with i substanti one. finance. Realistic price of $15.000 name Pecan tress. pear orchard. home with built In oven and
.. II living rm., glass sliding door payment. U14 N.W. I ONLY $7* PER MONTH and a and Immediate possession. Call Brick farm home with full farm McKINNEY rang. 1 year old-CNLY S7S.00
leading to 14 x 24' patio. fencedin 14th Ave. By appointment only. small down payment and you can now to aee.ALACHUA. equipment. 10 acres in pine. Call per month.
back yard. 1325 NE 12th Ter. FR 6-2065. own this like new 3-1 home in :372-5393. GREEN
$19.500. NW on paved street. Cent. heat, REALTYAssociates S50000 DOWN-Lara* 2 bedroomtwo
/1. REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS ARTIST-DESIGNED HOME near carport. Ut. & storage. ONE ACRE DEATONREALTORS story frame home near Kirby .
Finley School. unusual
Builder CloseOutBUILDER many $12.000 BUYS this extra clean 3 BR. Smith School. ONLY $4000
Wooded lot, close to Littlewood I
features. 3 B R. 2ft bath, Ig. Member Multiple Listing
r YOU MORE than the ad that will rent must sell a limited num- panelled study Ig. LR with 36th 1 bath Drive.CB Only home$750 at down.527 Stove N.W. 635 NE. 1st St. 374-2448 and Westwood Schools. Four bedrooms per month.
ber of new homes in one of cathedral ceiling sep. DR. Ig. Ref. and Aria T. Smith Realtor 2 baths. Florida Room SO WE HAVE several 3 bedroom 1
dishwasher Included.: A CONVENIENTfor
Gainesville most beautiful areas. K with dishwasher Ig. screened REAL Mabel Gore. Associate enclosed porch. two fireplaces. bath homes with central
BUY. heat air
it Close to schools and shopping. porch carport. AC. Lg. hedged AIR CONDITIONED for rnl Cypress panelling throughout. the children. Metcalfe and conditioning and Florida room in
J r com
Hugh Edwards. Inc. 374-7971. patio beautifully landscaped fort in this Brand New 3 BR. 2 BUY OF A Dishwasher, stove Inc. Call 372 Howard Bishop schools two blocks the Llttlewood School area. the

A COOL BUY 3 BR. Itt Bath 1 snady occupancy.lot dead$22,000 end street.with Sept.substantial bath CB home at 3449 N.W. Uth 9373. away. See this 3 B.R. 2 bath Gainesville High School areas and
AC. ww carpeting. drapes. HW Ave. Half Acre landscaped lot. LIFETIMEDistinctive home Monthly payments IncludIng Idylwlld.
down 131
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU floors. fenced yard. $97 per mo. 20th payment. Dream kitchen. Double carport. PROFIT 2'i7 and Interest Wl.. Call
including T & I. Owner leaving. Terrace.374-0547. By appointmentonly. Sidewalk to schools. A small down I 2500 sq. ft. suburban Earn while you live In this two FR $1000 DOWN Spacious 3 bedroom .
Phone 3723784, 719 N. W. 19th payment will move you in. home, priced below replacement story tip-top condition home. 2 bath masonry home In
f EVERY DAY until it is rented : Lane. BY OWNER nice brick Veneer. living cost.rm. 4 wall BR to 2 bath.wall carpet-sunken Apartment, upstairs ana downstairs ACT TODAY: Westwood. Large corner lot.
three large rooms for
was Parade of Homes. 3 BR. 2
fl BY OWNER Finley School Area. full baths. complete kitchen. oak UNIVERSITYREALTY ing I". kitchen with built-In suspended rentals. All furnished. Priced at A property 100 by 133 ft within
Spacious 3 bedroom house In floors central heat & air cond. china closet. etc. Set $11,000 with good financing. Closeto three blocks of Court House -Cor. John Merrill
I IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: quiet neighborhood. 2626 NW 2nd many trees. Brick enclosed patio among beautiful trees on his downtown and new Federal ner lot Two story frame
Ave. FR 2-0992. acres fronting' Millhopper Rd. dwelling 4
with barbeque. Big 2-car garage. bldg. Call 3723393.GLADYS B.R. 2 baths -CanANGLEWOOD
Monthly payments of $117 with be pUrchased Realtor
NE 2 old 3 BR. IVi baths. den. Littlewood-Westwood close. at RIGHT PRICE-
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day brick yrs.patio & barbeque fencedin FHA appraisal $21000.very Only $93 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 substantial cash or will consider2nd SMITHRealtor Call FR 2.3617. MULTIPLE LISTING
( yard with trees. close to mo. after substantial equity or W. M. Munroe, Broker mortgage. Phone 372-2365. Associates- Mareella Pardl

1 $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day schools. pool membership. $84 go FHA. Call FR 20774 for appt. Assoc. S. E. McLaughlm Frank W. H. Buchannan
Roby, Roy McCann
monthly payments. Phone 376-4911. T. C. Douglas. Associates
THIS lovely 3 BR, 2 bath home on FREDARNOLD Anna Hlnson Ben Griffin An attractive well built home situ-
( $55 per mo. . $1.83 per day 5-ROOM FRAME house. screened shady lot in Idylwild. Includes a Florence Burns Carolyn Noyes ated on a beautiful landscaped
porch reduced for quick sale Fla. Rm.. sep. DR. dbl. carport Jr.FORDYCE Multiple Listing lot. 3 B.R. and 2 tiled baths. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
n,495. Phone Cephis Goodman, cent. heat. draperies oak floors Large patio wall to wall car.
j $60 per mo. . $2.00 per day 5284384. Williston. and more. Existing mortgageless pet in dining and living area. All JR.
N.W. Section. MUST SELL 3 BR. than $20,000. Make offer for M conveniences. Priced to
sell call FR 23417 for Homes. Lot*. Income. Bus.
1 $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day 2 bath low equity. take up pay- equity. 4012 S.W. 19th St. FR pointment. ap iness and Lake Property
ments. P*ana 374-0877 after 1:30 REALTORTraditional REALTOR Farms and Aere*
I $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day P.M. 29026.JWK NEAR SHOPPING J. Fred ASSOCIATES C. CURLY KUEHN Jr.
For Sale by owner. 3 large bed- Guy Jayne Butterworth C3S N. MAIN ST.
hardwood J 1 BR, m bath, N.E. like new. Col J. W. Davis H. J.
rooms. Florida room. 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNew Wiltshire FR '-203% Broker FR '-IS"ItIIII'lIIIIrrtlftmlllllllltlllltllllftltllfnR'Hf"1
( $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day floors 2 full tile baths. CCB construction nearing com CB const Cent heat & A-C hw Multiple Listing
home. $17.000. 1110 N.W. 36th styling and quiet living In this 4 pletion. Handsome Southwest location floors shaded lot near shopping. emomo-lnmv00Bll8mgla0nmnwInsle
3728404HOME Call Moeller. !
bedroom 2 bath home Mary
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day Ave. FR 21265. Gainesville. Almost 1500 ft.N.W.of and situated on paved street.
and income in Northeest.New Home with built-
comes complete

'J'I $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day New bath homes WHY$65,per 9500.PAY month.RENT 3 bedroom Located? tile on Live ment Listing In and your rent on two attractive the bed-oom other.duplex.apart-Only and living Equipment surface area includes and unit.a Only delightful built-in 16000.oven lot. Ing many in range system.extras.and hardwood oven 23000.central floors heat-and BUY. W. 3 BR.LIKE fine residential RENTS. area. IthMpAiiiITHESE !!1

S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some 517.530.00.DELIGHTFUL. Call Fordyce Associates Inc., fire pit family rm shaded lot.

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. two bedroom house 3/O-I236. 305 N.W. 23 STREETMost ments Equity $12500 Call up Mary pay- II.

LARGE 3 BR. 2 bath Woodland very convenient to the University. choice 3 bedroom 2 bath resIdence Moeller.

$95 per mo. ,. . $3.16 per day Terrace Included. Home Excellent full appliances condition. Lovely fireplace large cool living screene.1 room porch.with Paneledliving situated on more than an HOME VALUES
acre site. Beautiful shade trees.
Easy financing. Call 3723793. large bedrooms. shaded 00. room oak floors central air. This home Is well constructed and SHADY LOT BEFORE YOU BUY

l $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day 421 NW. 35th St. SPACIOUS Shown and by appointment gracious. three only.bedroom conditioning shelves are and only built a few In of book the offers prestige as well as convenience I Near campus. 2,500 sq. feet. C.

BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath extra two bath home in the preferred many extra features found In this for only $33,000. brick living rm dining rm dbl modern 'ss a nUUWUIIIU"IIII! !!!!!!!!!!'.",U1IW1I1WInmD I
large shady lot. Ig. utility area. address of Black Acres. 4 bedroom. 2 bath home In the kit with dining area. I
big kitchen with skylight. terrazzo You will like the hardwood floors. N.W. section. Over 220 SQ. ft. FISH' CAMP pt. Ig lot call Mary Moeller. SAVE
1 CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR floors. 4018 NW 13th Ave. West. panelled family room. large of living area and only $25.500. Restaurant with 6 cabins situatedon I The followIng are seedy for
morland. 374-7993 after 5 for Appt. amount of closets. and the Call Fordyce & Associates Inc., a river near Gainesville. Completely GIVE I occu ancy.11IItIIIIIIIIt1fU" .
376123O equipped Including boats
modern kitchen. Available tomorrow
BY OWNER Carol Estates. 3 BR this
family & buy
at $24.S00.00. and equipment. This is a going Security to your
J 2 bath kitchen equipped optional. business. Call for details.ECONOMICAL charming 3 br home with Ig family __
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS .' Beamed ''' _
1 12% mortgage. 1121 NE 21st J. W.KIRKPATRICK. rm study, Ig patio on beau- 3330 & 3320
) Ave. Phone 372-1316. ceilngs.: walnut paneling and brick tiful shaded lot. Price reduced. NW 30th AYe.

FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 BR. fireplace exemplifies the beautiful Yet spacious this large 2 bed- $$14,500 call Mary Moelter. I 1115 NW 40th Drive 3 BR. 1 bath 500 dn, 177.
CCB near Stephen Foster School. Realtor interior of this 4 bedroom, 2 bath room home Is available for immediate 3 BR, 2 blth. .350 Un., $96 per me.
FHA evaluation $7.200. $250 down. 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 home In the N.W. Add this to 2.- occupancy. Good N.E. l lo BUDGET per mont"
r $44 per mo. to a qualified buyer. Member Multiple Listing 000 sq. ft. of living area on a cation. Attached garage family lot. $3200.00 41517 SE ht PI.
726 NW 34th PI. spacious lot and you can't pass It 2 br Ig rms, corner -
room separate room s 2024 NE
: 16th
35 Houses for Sol 35 Houses for Sale up at $27,000. Truly different. Call 500. needs work done. near downtown.Call Ter. 4608 SE 2nd PI.
2 BR frame neat and Floyd Mathiasen Irene Bunnell Moeller. D 3 BR. 2 bath. $350 dn.. $39
clean good & Associates Mary 3 BR. 1
A. W. Recce. Capt.. USN. Ret. mLyee Inc. ::176Shady- per month. bath $400 dn. S6I
II city water. shady lot LAKE FRONT PROPERTY I per mo. I .
WEST 50 x 120" Immediate occupancy
LITTLEWOOD AREA easy private financing. $200 down 90 Acres on sprlngfed lake with sand 1115 NE 5th St.
2030 NW 55th St. 303 SE 38.h I.I I.
I BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living RedfranksRealestate MaryMoeller St.
bottom. Estimated 4,000 front feet
monthly. Located at 1312 SE 3 BR 2 bath
By owner. low down payment. 3 1350 dn., sal
central built-in kit. 3 BR. 1 ,
area heat. bath. $400 dii
bedrooms. payments less than 2nd Ave. near bus line. See it and trees surround the fenced yard and on water. Price $45,000 with 29 per month. 164 '
t 1 bilL from Westwood Jr. High. per me.I .
phone FR 4-7170. patio
rent. Phone FR 2-0258. of this 3 bedroom. 2 bath
$1 2 blks. from Llttlewood eIem.JJ home in Florida Park. Oak floors B1BflBIflIllW1l! &=!
school. Ideal for Ig. family. or SEE NOW and a fireplace add to the cozi- 3236 NW 29th Ave.
Ig. wooded lot. spacious
;.I family and elderly personLPriced Malore Gardens Fla. fireplace, disposal. FM. ness of this home. A lovely neigh- ARNOLDRealty 3 BR. 2 bath .650 dn, m t
11 for Immed.. sale. 344* 3 mi. S. of Univ. on 441 TV rotator.rm. Phone 376- 43&. IN PARK LIKE SETTING huge borhood also. Only $18,500 and Norwood permo.
I I N.W. 13th Ave. 372 283. 2-1145 2-4625 2-4537 lot with circular drive underground available under F.H.A. Call For. Realtor 1
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath Florida room. sprinkler system. dyce & Associates. Inc., 3741234.Investment. CompanyMultiple 3301 r'
ti HOUSE for sale In Mcintosh. Fla. 3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB. screened large utility room. 2 car carport. Very modern 3 bedroom. 2
Nine rooms. 2 baths. on large porch. air conditioned. central Lot 100 x 175. NW location. Near bath. Large living room Listing Member 101' W. University FR 4-4471 I ,Hope NW 30th Ave. \
f.1 lot. with orange & grapefruit heat. 2502 N.E. 12th Street FR elementary school. Phone FR 4- with sliding glass doors to 1219 W. Univ Ave. 3723522 Member Multiple BROKERASSOCIATES Listing i 4 B R, 2 bath S60Q "'!".. sa9."H" .
trees. 13000 equity and assume 2 6129. 3469. screened porch. Call 6-0817. This home and garage apartment is Associates: Peter Sieg MARY MOELLER per m.
payments of $50 per mo. Present NW SECTION. 3 BR. 2 yours for the small price of $9.500. Jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge Kessler Inc. ci
baths. FRAME house. 4Vt ac.. 2 miles Jim Sheppard Charlie Mayo E. W. Moeller Foster
$3300. Will 2 BR NEAR UF of F 3 bedroom 1 It has been
I mortgage large carport & utility. rear terrace east In reduced for quick 1
of Starke. Drapes Dick Durbin
Phone every bath. Gleaming oak strip sale. .. Bob Kalkman Jimmy Greene : ) C (
house trailer for equity. excellent condition. O. d Do Call Fordyce Associates ;. IIIIllIQlnmmlllllll"llnmmnmmtTllllllll ;
I 0 room. central heat. termite treated --- -- -- ----- I..w, T dH.
.1 3727674. terms. 372-5756. 2 pecan trees on property. floors. Walk fireplace to,campus recreationroom. or Inc., 376-1234. -! ... I

,' FOR SALE by owner In NE LEAVING TOWN. will sell my 3 landscaped with drive added. Call golf course. Only $400 DOWN INVITINGLY LOW TERMS orPropertyAntwnnllnntnh11l0lUUDl :
I section 3 BR. 2 bath. large BR 2 bath cent. heat built In 692821. & $S8 per mo. Incl. taxes FORDYCEASSOCIATES H FOR RENT
living rm., dining rm., & kitchen kitchen. home. You can save OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath cent. & ins. to qualified FHA buy- $400 down 3-bedroom, 1-bath .
-" epen onto large screened porch. $1500. Call FR 23826. heat & air cond.. wall to wall er. Call 6-0817 for appt. INC ALL OUR I
HOMES ARE 124 SE 7th St.
I.t In walking distance of threeI 3 BR. 2 bath home with screenedin carpet. draperies.. $15,500 with Multiple Listing Realtors Large lot (' trees I OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- 'j
$500 down. 4002 N W. 13th Place. NORTHWEST Mid trees. rolling
schools. Fenced-In back yard. Grace JOY
I porCh. air cond.. pool membership 372-5516. lawns & nice homes. 3 BR Fordyce. Broker $12,250 SEEING ANYTIfE IF 3 BR. 1 Bath
1 Call 376-5758. built-in oven. $14.200. 2 bath. Fla. room built-in Dudley Goulden Associate YOU WILL JUST CALL 1 Year Lease $95 per Mo.
r f 1 Bedroom 1 bath CCB. screened Phone 3721038. 4 B R. trUevel! spacious home. kit. Central heat. MODERATE Harvey Benton, Associate $75 month total 0:: 1123 S.E. 4th STREET .
Ideally located near Llttlewoodand O C. Gay. Associate per EO FR 1-5301 or FR 6-7929 <
porch, air conditioned central PRICE RANGE. Makean
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Bk.. tit W. \
.1 heat. :2502 N.E. 12th Street. Fr Westwood. $26,450. Down offer on equity & as- Univ. 376-1234 other models for selectionSee
2-4T2. bath. Central heat central air pmt. $1.500. FR 2.5398.NEW sume mortgage for one low many your 11II1I1II lJIl1l1l/nm..........._........m"IIIIUIUIflIIIJWWllilllllWUlIIUIIIIJIIIII!
condo Northwest. 19000. Call monthly payment which Includes at NW 14th PI. & 39th St. _ _ _
I LAKE SANTA FE. $8,000. Completely 376-2W. EYES RIGHT! _ _ _ _
taxes & ins. Call -
If furnished house located $60 Month. New CB home low 0817. Drive west on 16th Terrace, left on 33th !t.
next to Buddy's Landing. Largeliving down payment. See at 210 S. E. See real dream living In Shadow J
t4 4 room and bedroom with 20th St. Call 372357 or 372- 3 school Bedroom.V.A.2 nothing bath homes.down only BIG. OLD & CHEAP excellent Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. GaincsvillVs Leading Builder of Quality Homes Butler Bros. Builders
large walk-In closet compact
4692. $100 closing. FHA minimum location. 3 apartments with D. Oliver. Bldr.
h dining room. kitchen and bath- down payment. N. W. 4th St. good income. Call 6-0817. I : Ph. FR 2-0864 BUTLER BROTHERS ,
I room. Also has utility room FINLEY SCHOOL AREA and 37th Place. Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor I West on NW 39th Ave. past
f carport and storage shed. Gas Myrtle Lassiter. Associate I !I the Glen Springs Intersection. -
3L heat and air conditioned 30 ft. HOME FOR SALE BY OWNERAT W. E. "Bill" Harris. Associate Sea sign en left. Phone: FR 2-9545 daily FR 6-9084 nights Invites You
T.V. antenna. Will also consider APPRAISED VALUE OF NORTHWESTClose 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 4-0817 ito
lease. Cy Koprky. Earleton. Flo- 17500. 3 bedrooms. 1 bath with
Res. 376-2927 or 372-7943.
to school and shopping. 3 bed !
t rlda Phone 448-1717. for future bathroom. living
space rooms. 2 bath home with family Member Multiple Listing
N.W. 34th Street 3 BR. 2 bath room. with fireplace. separate room. This Is a very nice home
home. Central heat and air conditioned dining room screened porches. for the growing family with only
Out of city limits. deep detached 2 car garage. brick $1.500 down payment. PARRISHPRESENTS
well., R.E.A. Power. veneer construction. Excellent :. View Estates
condition. Household furnishing WIN THIS HOME

REPOSSESSED 3 BR. 1 bath. bull?. optional. Located three blocks DAN BYRD
In appliances small down payments from school and two blocks from
monthly payments 85. Located Univ. Campus. Shown by appt. Associates Inc. .
on SE 28th Place. Call FR only. Call owner at FR 4-6336. Jack DeYot Realtor
\, 22372. AssociatesE. MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedroom
WORK SHOP A new community of distinctive
E. Holloway Christine Stone 2 bath home. Central heating and -
.r 38R, 1 both. CBS $350 CAROL dining ESTATES.rm.. Fla.3 rm.BR,, IVt Ig. bath.util. Walter Stoddard air conditioning. Lovely fenced homes in the fashionable -
down no closing cost, $59 rm.. fenced back yard. near i 92.5 NW 13th Street 3722511 rear yard makes Ideal play area Northwest.
mo. FR 2-3233. schools & churches. 3724776. Call night or day for children. Convenient to schools

IMMEDIATE occupancy can be had
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on this pleasant 3 bedroom masonry
IN THE home on nice Florida Park lot. Featuring :
within walking distance of Gaines- .
ville High and J. J. Finley Elementary -
Schools.ANGLEWOOD. FHA homes from

II i Almost new 4 bedroom -
2 bath Contemporary home. $16,000-$20,250
Central heat and central A-C.
i.Il Fenced back yard. Family room. 0 Dew payments from UN."
beautiful built In kitchen. Immediate -

occupancy.A .

PERFECT HOME beautiful and : 'i VA Loans Available
t S lIN spacious for gracious living. located -
In a choice westside location ,.t.
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA this 4 bedroom. 3 bath home with
swimming pool and lovely patio.
with fireplace. separate -
living room
BOATS tr MOTORS dining room large family and the TAPPAN in it
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION room.. loads carpets ef storage and drapes space.Included central -- appliances 3 & 4 BEDROOMPalm

heat and air conditioning.
HUN T E R Fiberglass Fishing

Boats. 12' Plywood fishing boatL 24" GRILLS GOOD BUY. Owner leaving town Come out and see this luxurious new home-The Chesterfield. Enter
3'3". "' LAPSTRAKE ......... S295 149.50 HOOD-SPaT AND MOTOR and must sell. 4 bedroom. 2 bath View Estatesis
14 FISHERMAN .". -. $395irr SI0." home. living room. family room. the Tpppan Sweepstakes-first prize is $25,000 which Tappan will
WITH STEERING .... S36. THE TACKLE BOX GOOO YEAR SERVICE STORES built-in kitchen and sere ened in bank for
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL m N. Main m.35J7 porch. Central heat and centralair deposit a you to opply towards purchase of this home.

CHARGE "The Heart Of East Gainesvlll.- conditioning. Priced to sell. Hundreds of other valuable prizes too. And nothing to buy. All you planned for professional men and their

FRANK PHILPOTT'S Check with Charlie NEW WESTSIDE restricted residential have to do is enter your name in the Tappan Sweepstakes when you families.
FR 21791. o. Classifications to choose
subdivision acre lots paved visit our model home.TAPPAN .
SPORT CENTER _ _ from streets. inside lots $3950. corner FERNWOOD MODELS
84cm. of HUNTER Flberv1lss lots $4250. Select your homesite
FishIng BoatLMcCULLOCH now before tile next increase. Built-in appliances as featured on
Motors. MURRAY SkIIng Swlmmino-DlvlnG.

I Canoes.WherS Trailers. and JACKSON Sailing ADVERTISE IN THE Fishing Equipment. M.M.PARRISH. THE TODAY SHOW LIFE LOOK SUNSETGet from $12,250 up

Quality Sells Itself' Safety Items.

I SERVICE DIRECTORY Golfing EquIpment from $400 down

Fit 20 2-S011 N.W.or 1m Fit Ave."""193 Tennis EQUipment.Men. I full details and enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our

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ONLY DEALER Where to FIsh N E 1st Street Tel. FR 2.S37SMcCOY'S I 3 MODELS

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601 S. MAIN ST. SERVICE DIRECTORY Sale, very attractive 3- ; Palm View Estates Open
bedroom. 1-bath home. 4417
E. University Ave. walking I Til i, Dark

distance to Lake Forest

MIt MERCHANT: To place your ad in the down Schools.and Price$7 -50$12 per. 00.month.$500 by Kirkpatrick & Pierson 372-9545 day- 376-9048 night

Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy Drive West on 16th Ave.. Turn Left at

I Fun in the Slll section PHONE 372-8441 Jr.-SOU.Day. Office FR 4-72W.corner nights N. Main FR Sales Office-NE 23rd Blvd. & 11th Terrace-Phone 372-3471 39th Terrace To Model Homes.

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51-A Wonted To Rent 56 Business Opportunities 56 Business OpportunitiesFOR I 64 Household Goods I 66 Misc. For Sole
35 Houses for Sal 45 Furnished Aprs. 47 Houses for Rent Furn.

FAMILY of three wants 23 bedroom EXCELLENT downtown Sincicir YOUNG
I OPEN HOUSE 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. 1 BEDROOM frame house at 2120 house below $100. Five Service Station -open and doIng SALE BY OWNER two DRAW DRAPES single and double DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY
APARTMENTS. $50 business will lease to responsible good business locations with tremendous wndow: size. $250 and $3.50 per Chairs low
rm. Only $450 down assume EFFICIENCY S.E. 12th St. 150 per month. year resident here. Phone 2.29135 as $8. No money
month. Phone 4812380. party with adequat a potential. 100' x 200'each. pair. Good condition. Bambi Mo down, low AMERICA
loan at $94 per mo. By owner. Call FR 2-4134. Call J. R. Crane, 372-3631. tel. as $5 per month.
1937 NE capital. Sinclair Refining Co. Free estimates pickup and delivery
7th Ter.
Boarders Wanted
YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple ADULTS only. 5 room house 307 % 2-6512.
\ WOULD you buy a $20.000 home preferred. but no children or S.E. 2nd Street. J. R. Crane. Phone FR 4-0222 or 61 Wanted to Buy EARLY ish American double bed. Dan teed. Phone service.376-m6.All work guaran HOMESNo

for considerably less? Located In pest Upstairs apt. Available now. 3723631. ROOM and Board for girls. Private 1400 FEET PAVED frontagebusycorner FR modern 2-0791. sofa bedding. Phone

an atmosphere that offers heart's Call 645'2.NICELY 2 Bedroom frame home complete bath Washing Machine. Phone Inside city. 12V Acres CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators TRADE Your costly to operate
I desire for relaxed comfortable furnished convenient with TV.. piano. washing FR 66083. ZONED SHOPPING CENTER. stoves TVs clothIng T-A-G APPLIANCESTested ELECTRIC water heater, and ' 25 minutes from Gaines downtown area. $75. Adults only machine & deep freeze. Located The buy of a lifetime at $42.- etc. FR 2-3937. William's and Guaranteed $48 for a new glasslined GAS Money Down .

_Write' bow Here 4X1 Is. M your Cllllle opportunity.svill Sun no pels. Inquire Lillian's Music near Steven Foster School. Lot 54 Business Rentals 000. Service Center. Hawthorne Road. 42 Refrigerators from $3? up water heater. Much; more hot VAMinimum
Store. 100 x 141'. S125 per mo. Will ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTORPhone 9 Ranges from $39 up water at about halt the cost with
rent to girl students. Inquire at 376-5707. COINSWant 17 Washers from $19 up OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. (
GARAGE ,space tor rent 61J S.w.
38 Ifeal Estate Wanted FOR RENT one bedroom furnished Nation Wide Insurance Office ,: 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Real- to buy. 1955 dimes. 1955 half 1 Dryers from $49 up ARCHER ROAD. FR 6-5110. FHA .
apartment near Univ. & Alachua 2615 N.W. 6th Sf. Ph. FR 4-2524 tor. FR 2-1494 fEXACO INC. dollars. Paying $5 for 1964 Proof 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
. UF Prof. desires 4 BR. 2 bath. General Hospital. $65 month. or FR 64710.FURNISHED Has good dealership opportunities sets. also buying all other US and 2 Dishwashers from H9 up ROSE'S Lawn Mower Service. I $
! Llttlewood Sept. Dr. N. Market Available June 15th 102 NW 7th SMALL warehouse with platform lor available in the Gainesville area. foreign coins. Rebel Stamp & Coin 10 TV Sets from $35 up am back at old stand 516 W. Close to Schools :
I 188 Kenvllle Rd.. Buffalo. N.Y.. St. Phone 3767955.FURNISHED 2 BR house. $65 trucks loading & unloading in Moderate Investment required. Shoo 809 W. Univ Ave. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. University Ave. I buy. sell and
14215 air conditioned per mo. Phone 372-9105. city limits. 1132 S. Main St. Paid training program available. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 trade. 1st class repairs! as al- Churches
Phone 372-8433 or 376-4173. 1 station at Main and Btti St., 62 Machinery & Tools ways. I
opts. under construction.: 3 ROOMS and bath edge of New- also Interstate 75 Available. Contact Repossessed
40 concrete
Business Properties WAREHOUSES new 16 CU. FT. G. E. frost free Shopping
Avail. Sept. 1 $100 per berry; $45 monthly. ,Phone 472- block building with large units. J. A. RewU. 374- 091. rerg- REPOSSESSED Singer rag Zag .
Bolens Cub Tractor 7 2'/i erator. Large freezer. swing out
2048. hp. years makes
I decorative
I FOR SALE LOOKING FOR A month. Call Wayne Mason For rent. Reasonable. Close to BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYFOR old 38" twin blade mower attachment shelves. Assume payments of buttonholes appli-
NEAT 2 BR house With TV. downtown area. Call 376-4754_ TRUCKERSGET $3.50 week.GOODYEAR monograms etc. OPEN 10 AM-6 PM
SOUND INVESTMENT? Duplex ERNEST TEW REAL- very good condition. per Only $4720,
apt., 1 mile west of Melrose, 25 TY. 376-6461. antenna, 704 NW 34th PI. Call Into the growing transportation Can be seen at 3811 N.W 12th SERVICE STORESPhone mo. 815 W. Univ.payments FR 4-1075.$450 per }
rnln. from Gainesville. Access to FR 4-7225 after 4-30 P.M. 56 Business Opportunities business as an Independent Ave. or call 2-9658. Less than 372-3537 LOCATED

semi-private lake as well as large 1 CLEAN well furnished: 2nd floor, VERY NICE 6 rooms. with 5 acresof contractor. Earn top money. We half original cost at $350 NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers
BOWLING ALLEY On W. need men 25-50 who own or can 600 BLOCK.
Lake Santa Priced 4-rooms kitchen. bath. porch $75
Fe. reasonably land ,
prefer middle couple. 66 Mise .For Safe edgers tampers light
age model \Vt-V/t ton truckto
at $12,000 G. P. Rippey. per month. 1 extra large, extra Located in Archer. Call 4952312or Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity In buy late mobile homes nationwide. 64 Household Goods plants, cable. Wisconsin Briggs NW 34th ST. \ !
to get tow
for the right man
Melrose Fla. Phone 475-5571. "ice. air conditioned 1 bedroom. 376-2721. & Stratton. new and used mo
$125 month. U. J.. Moratto. FR the bowling alley business with a Must be able to pass ICC physi TWIN 12" casement window fan. TV antennas $4 single stack $8 tors. Rental sales and service.
Excellent corner location zoned BR- ONE. bedroom Call FR cal. Contact Carl E. Trigg Na-
cottage lust outside small amount of capital. PHONE 372-7070
2-4957. morning noon or night. intake double stack. $1495 complete kit. Meyers Pow Tools 230
Robbins & Myers. 2 speed r NE
2. 89 x 120. Drive by 527-533 North city limits. Couple only. $45 per 6-2641 or FR 6-2930. Ask for Mr. tional Trailer Convoy Inc.. Phone
exhaust. Phone FR 21840. Jim Voyles. 419 NW 8th Ave. 16th Ave. Phone 374-3411.:
Main Ocala. Fla or
and call us for information. I BEDROOM. completely furnished month. Ph. 374-5555. Haynes. 422 7281, Holiday Inn :
J. W. Kirkpatrick Agency. FR upstairs or downstairs. near '
2-8404, 31 N. Main. shopping center. See at 612 N.W. 3 BR, 2 bath 411 SW 27th St. $150
10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 per mo. Call McKInney Green. f'

41 Residential Income per mo. 3 Inc.BR furnished FR for rent F. D. OLIVERPRESENTS f'I
NICE 2 BR turn. apt. with private
4 Bedroom 2 bath home. Also ad- bath & entrance. Large front til Sept. 1st. 1226 SW 15th St. !I
Call 376-4859
loinlng rental property. 200 ft.frontage porch hot & cold water furnished
300 block N.E. 3rd $58 per mo. Ph. 29704. or IN
Ave. Will sell together or sepa I 29195 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. f I
rately. 31 6 N.E. 3rd Ave. FR '
2 BR furnished apart. with porch.
47S2. 2-1' Near University. See at 411 N_W15th TWO bedroom house for rent. Shadow Lawn Estates
ACREAGE 3-5-10 acre St. or call; 2-4647. $60 per Apply Frank Dickerson Orange
reasonable. Cash or terms. H. B. i iStandridge. mo. Lake Marine Boat Works. P. O.
Rt. 1. Box 47, Archer, I Box 221. Orange Lake Fla. r
FlA. 1 & 2 BR furn. apts. near Univ.
Ave. Phone FR 4-2444. UNFURNISHED 3 bedroom house
916 SW 7th
$50 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- 2 4-BR Models
42 Farms & Acreage 3 rooms < bath close-In adults room house. S40 month. Furnish
no pets. Water furn. $55 per mo. ed duplex apt.. $90 month. FR
FR 2-4621 or 372-1633. 4-7464.

Operating stock ACREAGE farm. 440 acres REDWOOD APTS. 4401 SW 13th St. 2 Bedroom. CB house. $40 per REALITY I
complete with registered Angus one 1 BR apt. avaiL ImmediatelyNew month. Call 374-2927. > A.M. to 5 DREAMS IN ; i:' j:
herd hOgs and full line of farm modern air conditioned. $90. P.M.
equipment. 4 br, 3 bath main One 2 BR house avail. July 1st.
house on private lake and modern Newly decorated & new furniture 3 BR, 1 bath at 1117 NE 31st QUALITY
tenant house. 18 miles from air conditioned. $110. Water Ave., $100 per mo. University I
Gainesville. Reasonable. Call Mary garbage furnished. Call 372-6723. Realty. 372-4351.
Moeller. i I BR apt. completely furnished 3" BR, 1 bath. 1414 NE 9th St. S95
I $65 per month. Water & lights per mo. Call McKinney-Green
20 Acres paved rd. W of Gaines -
furnished. See at 301 NW 2nd St., Inc. 2-3617.
ville. 12500.00 Call Moel' I
ler. I Gainesville, Fla. RENTALS Real Family Rooms

LARGE 2 bedroom furnished apartment 2 & :3 br homes, turn & unfurn :
MOBILE HOME COURTNear T.V. swimming pool MARY MOELLER. REALTOR Sunken Tub in Bath \\J
available. Near G.E. Plant on 441.
Gainesville on busy Hwy.
1019 W. University FR 6-4471 :
$9,90000 Low down payment low Phone 462-1673. Fireplaces
2 BR. Ig. yard near school. S40
ERY attractive spacious
Call 372-9655. 1012 NW Complete IntercomS
per mo. .
2 BR furnished apartment. : :
39th Ave.
MARY MOELLER, REALTOR Only $70 per month. FR 6-5270, Beam Ceilings
101!* W. University FR 6-4471 705 N.E. 2nd St. 3 BR home, walking distance to

"Selling Florida Since 1704" ONE BR, 212 SW 7th St.. $75 GHS. for rent or lease very rea ,
sonable. Phone 372-4933.
FOSSEY per mo. Call McKInney Green Drive West 39th Ave. Past Glen Springs
110 acres rolling. mostly cleared Inc. Reator. FR 23617. 2 BR, CB house parquet floors. on

approximately Vi mile of paved FURN. Apartments. close In, prIvate tile bath screened porch shady Left. Ph. FR 2-0866. :: ; :
road frontage, $200 an acre near baths & entrances. 1 large. corner lot backyard fenced for Intersection. Sign on \U
children carport. 726 NW 31st
Alachua $60. 2 small. $35. No children or
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor pets. 3763636.FURNISHED _Call PI $90 37JJ1M per mo. Avail. July 1, UIS

Dick Robinson Associate apartment no chil- :
11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 dren or pets. $60 per month. 49 Rooms For Rent
See at 719 E. University Avenue.
with hard road frontagenear CLEAN quiet apartment in nice LARGE room at 1228ft W. UnI-
Hampton. Phone 468-1487. W. section. 1 block from Hotel Thomas. versity Ave. Hot and cold water <
-H._ Maxwell. Hampton. Fla. Good bed front and back entrance furnished. $35 for 1 persons 2 THESE NORTHWEST
screened parch, ceilingfan. person $40 month. FR 4-2641 or

Fordyce AcreageGoing -water no furnished.pets. Available Adult June couple 4-2930 Mr. Haynes. HOMES TODAY:

ranch S375 an acre with the AIR CONDITIONED center room
27th. Phone
most beautiful roiling pasture. for graduate or mature woman FHA & VA
Truly a gem. LARGE 3 room apartment. Avail- student. $J5 per mo. 1216 NW
183 acres. 20 miles from town, 60 able at once. $58 Includes water 3rd Ave. or call 372-9725.
acres In permanent pasture. plen- and gas. 305 NW 1st St. Call
ty of water fenced and cross 376-2012 or 376-7568 MEN only rooms. Singles $15,400Three
fenced. Vi mile road frontage I and doubles. Call 372-
$16500 ADULTS only. One or two bed- !
per acre.
10 acres suitable for cutting Into I rooms. Call J. R. Crane 372-3631. 9222.A bedroom two bath colonial model. All brick

smaller tracts. A good Investment EFFICIENCY apartment completely COMFORTABLE front bedroom. front. corner lot, paved street, all city services, walkto
It 165.00 per acre. furnished electric stove and with cross circulation, gentleman
Fordyce Associates refrigerator. private bath and only Phone 376-5993. elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550

entrance. All utilities furnished. down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homes

Inc. Realtors month.Located Phone at 2225 3722128.NE 7th St. $65 50 Hotel Rooms ore new and almost ready for occupancy.

i 926 W. Univ. 376-1236
40 acres In beautiful horse countryIn Conveniently located. adults only. HOTEL. Enloy| miles of beach-
Marion Co. Call 372-5775 between no pets. Call FR 21823 or FR ocean breeze. Request patron discount $13,500Three ,
9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 23794 card for SPECIAL SUM.
7 Vi acres. 10 miles out. 1 BR trailer for rent. everything Dbl. Each add'i 150. Sgl. $3. bedroom. bath model! with double access -
$2000 cash furnished except cooking gas. Ph. 4392090. Walter Green Own-
I \ S. E. SAPP REALTOR _$52 per mo. Phone 376-1502. for. to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. 1 COx

Ph 47?-2000 Newberry. Fill. FURNISHED apartment. Clean cool 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. J

and comfortable. 25 minutes from 51 Misc. Rentals Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.
43 Colored Property Gainesville, Access to big lake.
good fishing. $65 per month G. UF teacher & family wants 3 BR
COLORED ultra modern 2 BR duplex _P. Rippey Melrose. GR 5-5571. house for 1 year at $100 or less
!: apartments large living and per month; have lived in city for $15,000Three
dining area, modern kitchen with FORDYCE RENTALS 3 years. and now need a neighborhood
fan large storage closets! terrazzo 3 Bdr.. A-C. NW location. $140. with pre-school p I a y-
2 Bdr., NW location Furn. $100. mates sites with trees preferred -
baths heater 1200
floors tile space bath Sherwood model
Phone 376-4097 bedroom, two
and hot water heater facIlities 3 Bdr. SE locatior.. semi-furn.,
$7500 modern Only $100 down
for washing machines. and square feet of living space.
paved streets $*.. at .N.E. 5..h 1 Bdr.apt.,. SE 5500.location efficiency furn., 51-A Wonted To Rent VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
Ter. or call for appointment 372-
5321 or 3725322. 4 Bdr., SW location. unfurn.85 UNFURNISHED 3 BR. 2 bathi $91.00 per unit complete. I
r Many more to choose from. NW section. Starting Aug. 1.
HOMES FOR SALE: FORDYCEAssociates Contact Dr. E. Williams, Holiday
2 8, 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & Inn, June 21-23. \
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- $12,250Our
ment. Some small down pay Inc COUPLE wants 2 or 3 bedroom
t ment. Monthly payment $57 to REALTORS furnished house, permanent residents I Iof
S65. Also homes built en your 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 house & neighborhood must best buy at a popular prce: Three bedroomone 001\\5
I lot for no down payment. _be nice. Ph. FR 69653. : 114
Call TOMMY RIDCELLnlln bath home new and distinctively different at $400

> >r Phon Fil 7-4115 46 Unfurnished Aprs. down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees. $74.00 a month "be uQI'

total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All .

44 Cottages for Rent NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen Quality Homes city services. walk to elementary and Junior High room tV 't.(1\\! r

( equipped. $60 per month on ayears schools.All -
FURNISHED 1 BR cottage ail. lease Ph. 376-8372 days U
I electric' tile shower good ventilation 376-7327 evenings. WESTVILLAN.W. of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street, J

located on Santa Fet N.W. 13th and 14th Place, and are readily accessibleto
Lake. Phone FR 25458 FR 2.t 5 rooms 4 bath downtown area. :
or 16th oJa
Ave. and
VA nearby
medical Hospital. p'e
169.I retrig. & stove. AdultS. no pets downtown. center
water fume $60 per mo. FR 2- shopping: c02 .
t COMER'S Lake View Beach on 4621 or 372.1633. & 37th St. '
Big Lake Santa Fe now open center.WHY
Swim and picnic. Furnished cot New 2 bedroom duplex apartment PAY RENT? j
I tages by the week. For reservation for $7500 per month. Call John .
call 4681129 Earlton. Merrill. Realtor. FR 1494.. TERMSWALTER \
Soles Office N.W. 39th Ter.
EN1 modern furnished cottageson 2 BR apartment. large living room.
Lake Santa Fe by week or kitchen equipped nice quiet lo in Palm View Estates. a .
_season. Inquire Lewis Jewelry Co. cation. No children or pets. 'be 0'C
Phone FR 2-4857. :
3 Bedroom furnished house on Swanp
Lake by week or month. Phone i LARGE 3 bedroom. 1 bath apart. BROTHERSPhone 'C- I
t 376-5462 or 475-5221. ment. Phone 376-2980 between STU BBS, BUTLER ?;
I ... -
8:00 A.M. and 9 00 P.M. i
1 t SMALL furnished cottage and INC. S13
r trailer for rent. Suitable for I I TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately to 317,950Whatever 'o
"I ; lower level of duplex
working couple. Moore Haven 1/4
I Park, 2330 E. Univ. Ph. 376S164 'I ; stove and refrig., situated "We Trade Houses" : FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-9048 rights
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. PhoneFR
FURN. 2 br cottage, full modem
,.I bath on Lake Wmnott. By week well located 2 BR I VARIETY I
or month. Ph. GR 5-2262. duplex apt. with utility appliances t-------------z- -..- ---.--
P furnished Rental $85 monthly, ; T
COOL attractive beach cottage 200 '
yearly basis. No children petsor
feet from shore by week
students. 115 NW 13th St. : :
month. Flagler Beach: sleeps 6. 4x
Phone FR 6-5323 or FR 4.4833.Deluxe -
Terrazzo floor screened porch, .
Good surf and pier fishing; $60 2 & 3 Br. New ducted air 5_ -.
f week. Available June. August cond. and heat. Wood paneled. I you prefer in design. floor plans. or prices-chances are
and September. Call FR 4-7935 Spacious yard. Quiet. S110-S140. .. .
has home and
_after 5:30 P.M._ See at 3533 S.W. 24th Ave. CallF Kirkpatrick & Pierson a to suit your tastes- your
t R 6-0983 or 25400.
HOUSE on Little Lake Santa Fe. pocketbook.From .
Private beach. dock. boat. $40 2 BR duplex avail. July 1st. Stove -

l weekly.' Call FR 64913.Furnshed and refrigerator Included. plenty :- .. brick fronts with three or four bedrooms to a three bedroom
closets and screened
3764435. Irg. porch.Call __________ 14 brand from $13,400
have to
45 Apts. block home we new models priced

I SPACIOUS distinctive, first floor 18200.
apt. 1 BR. tile bath, electric kitchen -. wl

I EAST SIDE 1 .BR Single furnished faculty apt.preferred.Phone Also 376- w C- __ __ All of them include built-in Tappan ovens and ranges and optional

7392. 1Qi >4 _ lawns and
GARDENAPARTMENTS central I air conditioning. as well as spot-sodded complete

I 47 Houses for Rent Furn. landscaping.
$57 per month upGainesville's ''f Kirkpatrick & Pierson's reputation for quality building gives you
I bedroom house. 3242 N.W. 11th ,. ::: It
Finest St.. comer 33rd Ave. House open. : ,.. .. peace of mind and convenience too. For instance note these featuresin

Lovely Furnished 1 and or 2 bedroom unfurnished apart Call FR 64230. L t- ...' all our kitchens: double stainless steel sinks, your choice of gas or

'ment.6Od. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- ENJOY around. Lake Attractive Santa home Fe. furnished year _x_ electric Tappan built-ins range hoods with fan and filter safety-edge

or unfurnished. including boat. Formica cabinet tops custom built-in cabinets and genuine Wall-Tex
AVAIL. June 13. Alr- ond.. aerial. Ideal for couple with child Rea-
No children no pets. .65. 406 NE sonable rent to qualified person. YOUNG AMERICA HOMES vinyl paper.
6th St.CLEAN GR 5-9496.

living room lust refurnished 4 BR., IVi bath. $150 per month. That's Just an example. Why not inspect our homes this afternoonand
newly painted 1 BR apt. 1101 $W. 5th Ave. Available ?
how the is
at 1204 NW 23rd Blvd. $75 per August. 15th. Phone F R 6-2892. see for yourself quality

I mo. Immed. occupancy. Phone 1 BR house. lights 4. water fur. PRESENTS
6-2472. Weseman Realty.
I nished. $62 per me. No pets ;
FOR RENT Duplex apartment 3037 SW Archer Rd. Phone FR 14 models priced from $13,400 to $18,200
furnished 1336 N.W. 5th Ave 35633. new

Phone FRI 2-4386. Neatly furnished small home. 3 .
Bedroom. kitchen dining room. Ig. rooms & bath all elec. kitchen. -I The AMERICANA )
DOWN V.A. ($100
living room and private bath carport. Cool. oak shaded NOTHING closing
Phone 376-4511. yard. $60 per mo. FR 24181.



GAINESVILLE'S NEWEST COLORED f Immediate Occupancy on Several

DUPLEX RENTALS S Fireplace 3 Bedrooms

Screen Porch 2 Baths New Models on N.E. 31st AvenueDrive

Large Dining Room Ducted HeatOptional North on Main turn right at NE 23rd Blvd. continue to NE 12th .

S Double Wall Oven Air Cond. St. and turn LEFT. Follow signs to model! homes area on NE 31st Ave.

Micarta Cabinets I Curved Drive

Double Door Entry SocJded Lawns .

PRICE $17,500 Court Manoi


S 2 Bedroom _. -. Stove hoocI-' tight ad fan MINIMUM FHA t .
S Large living dining area' Double compartment ,inkS "\,. .
Masonery Construction Venetian Bibtis ('Less Sales Office Located at
than Jr.
S Terrazzo Floor Tile window sins 3 blocks to Elementary and High Schools. .

Painted plaster wall Large lawn With grass and Close to churches and shopping. < 4.

.. Tiled Large tub double and tiding showers door Insulated shrubbery Attic N.E. 23rd Blvd. & llth 1l; rr.

closets a Paved Streets OPEN 10 A.M. IlL 6 P.M. DAILY -

a Linen Closets a Close to school and bus Stop ,

.. Washing Beck storage Machine closed fixtures Planned play grounds Located 600 Block of NW 34th Street Phone : 3727070SEE .- ..,:: i

For appointment cell 372-5321 *r 3275322Take Phone 3723471r :,, 's- t


-V.northeast Ith ave: to northeast 24th terrace turn left 1 block.

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66 Misc .For Sal. -,- -- rw .;

I CLASSIFICATION INDEX II rt 1t : 1>;. !:.J ..... / _w -
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BRACE yourself for a thrill the .. --- -. ... "
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first time you use Blue Lustre .( '---.J.. .... .... ,
ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE for cleaning rugs and upholstery.Rent 4lt t.::; .1 ....-- __.-. : _:. _...'-
electric shampooer $1. Me-
I.. Meaeruni Daniell! Furn. Co.
I Card ef Thanks It Wanted U BITtS
I Lest A F*.U : Machinery Teeb SEVftNG MACHINE
4 Personalised Service U BuIlding MaterialsMHeuekeU 944 Mode' Dial -O-Matlc, lit %10.
5 Travel Infernktloa Geete like new makes button holes. ev
I SpccUl Nolle U ABUfvesM er-cast applique. fancy stitches.
1 FlerlsteS Ml e. Sac file darns, mends etc. Assume 4 payments AUTOMOBILESON
Ball 7 sitter. CMU Caret 11 Trm41a( Pests $7.18 each. 815 W. Univ. MORE
Places Te G. Ant 4 8 Articles Wanted Ave. Ph. 374-1075.
Things Te SeeAUTOMOTJVE O Fed. Oil ..... GROCERY STORE. all colored
;. Baate Maria E..... trade no down payment. must
71 Camp .Hunt Flab have good credit or collateral.
"it Airplane Stles-BeaUl 92 Office EtBipnert Call FR 6-7231 days or FR 2-0441 .

77 MebUe>> Barnes lor Sal 71 Mulct Merehftae'Ue nights and Sundays. UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETS
11 Tracks tor SaU
,. Tracks Waate' 70 Boars-Marine Equip. I

SO Tractors *Track Keatab REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
<4 Trailer SenUlsU NEW Fishing Boats painted and
Motorcycles Ie....,. 53 L.ta fer Sale ready to go. Sth Anniversary
It Atteneblle Repairs 54 W.Urfr. t Property 11 day sale. June 1st to 15th.
SS A.Um*.D.$ t.r SaU H Hwea r.r teJeia 10 ft. S24. S- 12 ft. S3M5. 0 years I
>( Sway CanEDUCATIONAL Cetttces Fee Sate In same location. Turn East at
n Real EsUU Itsebllpt post office S blks. Frank Dicke"j I II
18 Heal Estate WwII son. Orange Lake Marina/ I TRANSPORT
IS 8cha.Is InstnelieB OB ef Tewa Tnttrtf Works, highway 441. P. O. Box
48 Beslaeae Fla. .
11 Mule, DaBclof, 41 KesldeBtfal frepertlet iBeeme 221. Orange Lake. --.o\C, ..,

20 Wanted-InstraetloB 49 Farms A ..A.reaeCJ A REAL BARGAINI. 1960 Cfasspar
Cruiser. 19 ft. 75 h.p. Evlnrude
Colored Property Rentals
Camden trailer, fathometer misc.
43-1 Celored
Property Sales
equipment Priced for quick
17 W.rk Wanted Mal.
S1495. Call 472-2213.
10 Wrk Hailed Femal RENTALS
11 Sales Help Wanted 14 foot. factory built. runabout;
U Help Mai. Femal fast with 12 h.p. motor. COM-
41 Cettafes Tee Bed == 77 Mobil. Homes for Sal. 85 Automobiles for SaU
12 Mai Help Wanted 41 Furnished Apt.. PLETE with top. trailer winch. GAINESVILLE
Draraau anchor and outdoor cover, etc. I !
11 Femal Help Wanted 47 Holies fee Seat Apts.. )sr-ii. 5 5707.S350. Arch Campbell, Ph. 376- 2 Bedroom trailer 4? with aluminum 962 CORVAIR Monza convertible. AUTO SALES
4 speed floor shin radio heater -
48 Besses far Beat Unfara. = cabana air conditioned.
FARMS LIVESTOCK 4> K* mk fee Seat BOAT. good for fishing or skiing. shady lot. pool. Town S. Country white walls S1750. Will take 1007 N. Main St.
20 Fcrm ,.!,meal 50 Betel Seems en Steering mechanIsm. length 15', Lot G2 Ph. FR .....606IT'S trade. 6-4009. Phone FR 2.6313
27 Feed FerttliierSS 11 Mlse. XeaUliS1A excellent cond. Student must 958 FORD station wagon 2 dr.. Northcentrol Florida'sLargest
Livestock Supplies Wasted Te BeatS sell. 460-1200. FOOLISH 6 cyl. stand shift $295. Will I I
2t Laadscaplar Tsp 80 Bearter Wanted trade Phone 376-400.
to pay more. RECKLESS to
50 FU Supplies M Office Desk Spate 1 73 Musical Merchandise pay less. GET THE REAL 1 Independent Dealer
51 Livestock WantedFINANCIAL t( BiilBtsi lentils FACTS. Payments as low as 86 SWAP CARS

WURLITZER $57.29 per month with $300 down.

SERVICE America's No. I piano and LAKE GENEVA WILL trade 1957 Oldsmobile 88 In !
M Bulnen OprinlUe 23 Special Serried. organs are at Earl's Piano Co. Mobile Homes Sales excellent condition. with prem.
I 11 Mossy to Laa II Berne ImBrevemeBte Gainesville's evctigpJve Wurlltzer Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. lum tires for Jeep In like con- B&GMOTOR
U M.rtffeMtnej 21 SadIe TV Service Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. ditlon. Phone 2441 Cedar Key.
II Wanted5sn1sJmmlluNsuisnImll1muuwuB 55 Firnltmre FOR SALE 1958 HICKS trailer
Appliance Phone 372-2222.
II with 11 x 30' cabana. :3 BR furnished CO. .;
TRUCK LOAD very fine factory air conditioned washing 87 Automobiles Wonter .
mInnsMfflinnlnnhIxJlWiI: rebuilt pianos. FULLY GUAR machine fenced yard. Located at
Archer Rd. CARS WANTED. 1950-54 Fords
66 Mite. For SaUI 66
Mile .For Sa!..
STORE. 112 SE First St. Ph. 7317. & Chevrolet Al Herndon ServIce 1

FIBERGLASS' rod. Shakespeare FR 6-5931. 10 x 55' Homecrest 2 bedroom Station 916 SE 4th St. 2001 N.W. 13th

reel. SIS; 3 piece mans Samso- WE WANT TO buy late model CONN trombone 10" bell. excellent front and rear. 1V bath Installed SAVE LIKE CRAZY :
lute luggage good condition $25> used refrigerators. Exceptionally condition. S70 Phone FR 2-9762. air conditioner. window 63 OLDS P-85 Cutlass
I mm movie camera $20; S25 high trade-Ins now given. and patio awnings. Please call convertible, white over red,
projector $5 screen. Ph. 376- WILSON'S EXCHANGE FR 6-1283 before 9 and after 5. red bucket
seats radio ,
2355. Several name brand pianos and I SELECT YOUR OWN CAR FROM
111 SE. 1st Street. Phone FR
organs used in our teaching FOR SALE or trade for house trailer heater, automatic transmission
REMINGTON elec. typewriter good _6-6479. studios. Will sell at substantial equity In 3 BR house. central OUR BEST BUY1
floor shift
condition. $11 J. Call after 5.00 KODACOLOR and discounts. Gridley Music Co. heat. all tile bath. 126 SE con- 350 IN STOCK & ON ORDER!
sole. One 19,216
P.M. 372-4738. BLACK WHITE Gainesville Shopping, Center. FR 70th St Ph. 372-0540 owner,

YOU MAY BE NEGLECTINGyour 2 PRINTS for the PRICE ef 1 25353. '52 VW $1395 actual miles. In factory
hearing. Our Free Examination All sizes except 35 mm UPRIGHT piano in good tune. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters warranty. . $2595
will l give you an accurate $3.48 savings on 12 exp. roll
S100. Phone 376-9058 6-8085.
report. Visit Gainesville's HEAR- of KODACOLOR or MUSTANG Special model I. per. '60 VW $1040 '61 MERCURY Meteor I NO SPECIAL ORDERS FOR

ING AID CO. TODAY. 629 N. UNIV. CITY PHOTO SUPPLY. INC 120 bass Silvertone accordion. For feet condition, must be seen to 600 full size 2 door sedan -
Main! St. FR 4-005. 1021 W. Univ. Ave. I sale cheap. Phone FR 22990. be appreciated $249. 1624 N. W. P
59 VW $995 6 with overdrive. Les THIS SALE !
12th St. Ph. 376-6974.
2-door 13 cubic n. TRUCK LOAD OF USED PIANOS
Frigidaire refrigerator FLORIDA Pest Control Is NOW :
'100 II>>. freezer compart- boasting their largest supply of Buy now for this fall. Many to 1963 DUCATI motorcycle 125 cc.. than 36,000 $1095
ment. Like new. Call FR 25629. Seasonal Plants. Also call us choose from. Instant credit. MOO miles excellent condition. '62 OLDS 88 sedan. Factory -
ONE:) for decorative patio stones birdbaths Gainesville Music Center maintained regularly by competent
x 0 nylon; 1 Porte beige Crib rug ;with 4 pairs pad 8V of* or any of your gardening 3725471, 1073-25 W. Univ Av.. mechanic $215. Phone FR air, power steering & 150 MUST GO IMMEDIATELY! -

fiberglass drapes. 50 x 14; I Ice problems. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL 2-8818 after 500. brakes, white less than
crusher, other household ltemHENDERSON'S*. GARDEN CENTER. FR Automotive 61 Comet, 4 door $995 38,000 miles. $2495
Call 312-131 6-2661. 20 NW 16th Ave. $ $ 61 Comet. 4 door $1095 '

MILL ENDS REFRIGERATOR $39: porch rock 77 Mobile Homes for Salo TAKE up payments on a 1964 Hon 62 Falcon, 2 door $1195 '52 PLYMOUTH sedan. WERE MAKING DEALS THAT
MILL STORE. U. S. Hwy. D. er $8; twin window fan $17; da Motor Bike. Call 377-714S 61 Falcon 4 door $995 Runs very smooth. good i
Crystal: River. Fla. Only hr. cedar chest $22 stroller Ifs excellent transportation -
IS mm.. from Gainesville. Literal. rattan set $39 screen door $3; WYATT- 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 64 Comet convert. $2895 tires, WERE BEING TURNED DOWN A
ly TONS OF TOWELS I n d porto-cnb $15; apt. gas stove $49; 58 DeSoto 2 door $395 . . . $195

MILES OF FABRICS. Selection. hi-chalr $5; 5 pc. dinette $19; 63 English Ford $995
Quality, price. Irregular be* bunk beds complete $14; roll. CONDITIONING up MONTH AGO !
Spreads, beautiful and one third away bed $10; pocket novels Trailer SalesHome Special. J2SO for performancetest. 64 E. Ford Cortina $1895
off. Lovely carpet ends. three 4 for 25 cents; used furniture All. makes end models. 60 Falcon . $695
fourths Of?. First quality Cabin books and household rummage all of Hawes Powers Motor Co.. Air 61 Fiat 1100 Sedan .
Crafts carpets and rugs, and Pep. at bargain prices. Brant's 513 Pacemaker Mobile Homes Conditioning Servicing Center. rusm
perch s/l..ts. Throw rugs 11.91 NW 8th Ave. Shasta and Airstream 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- 55 Ford wogon $195 THEY GOTTA GO !
uP. T.I. 795-3399. Travel Trailers 251. 61 Ford Galaxic

CLEAN & Working girl would like to share Ocala's First Mobile Home 921.15. Au- 4 door . $1495
your rugs upholstery with house with same. Call FR 6-9814 Dealer Since 1948 SPECIAL auto painting
amazing Lustre Foam. Use our after 5 P.M.G. 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. tomotive repairs and tune-up. 59 Ford 4 door $495
applicator free. Call Home Beautiful Phone 629-1358 Miller & Sons 732 NW 1st St. W1
Furniture 1703 N. Main St. E. REFRIGERATOR $45; Kenmore Ocala Fla. Phone 312.7915. 56 Ford station wagon
Gas Range. $35 Silver- 60 Mere. Monterey $995 -
SEWING MACHINES ton T. V.. $45. See after 6 ".M. WE BUY 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 63 Mercury Install
Zlg Zag. like new. monograms. at 222 S.E. 20th St. $2850 : your own
buttonholes Breezeway
; sews on buttons ap. USED MOBILE HOMESTop
pliques fancy stitches overcasts FOR SALE 24 Volume Encyclopedia CORVAIR Monza, '6* equipped 63 Peugoet 404 $1995
raw edge Take 6 payments at Britannica. Call FR 6-7784 dollar paid. phone 376-0571. with radio heater white side hub floor mats and wash
$6.40. Phone 312.2C51.DISCONTINUED. after 5:30 P.M. A leader In every way. Service wall tires. 1,000 actual miles. caps,
5,000' BTU Duotherm oil heater first always. Federal Quality Assume payments small equi B&G

Complete set $1995.MURALS with Phone blower.372-9667.good condition. $25. 5113.Homes. 4820 N.W. 13th St. 372- ty.equity.Will Call consider owner older at car 3721441.ext. for. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY your new car and save $20.00 ,J

!IllS._ W. 7th St. 372-4344.: Friday Night Browsing at Treasure SPECIAL CHEVROLET '56 4-door, 6-cylinder. MORE.
Chest in Fairbanks. OLD TIMEY 104 x 208 Lot for mobile home.
FOR and black. Good condi-
SALE yellow
maple bunk beds. complete THINGS. odds and ends. Phone $1500. I Mile S. off Paynes
mattress & ladder $40. Ph. FR 4-1283. Prairie. For tion. $295. Call FR 6-8806. 1534 516 S. MAIN ST.
appointment call
N.W. 13th ST.
312.2327. SW 13th St. 2001
If don't like deal make
FR 6-3052. our
Early American upholstered chair 6-7515 you
FR ,
WEST I N G H 0 USE Laundromat CHEV. 1954, grey 2-door good paint 376-2425
$35; Bathinette. $7, Baby Reclmer. small maple bookcase. Danish" BELIEVE IT- lob and body good transportation CLOSED SUNDAY
$2; Irg. Car Bed $3. All in modern chaIr. new porch swings S295. Phone 372-4602 evenings us an offer!
oak glass door book case. Blond
and weekends.
good cond. Phone OR NOTSave
376-4881. ;,
dining table and chairs lamps.
OR SALE. 5 hot water tanks. 30 other household Items. Nearly. $600. 10 x 46 2 BR fur. MGA. 195S Top condition. like
gal. with gas heater attached also Nu Furniture Shop. 316 N.W. Dished only .$3195. $350.40 down, new Interior. Call FR 2-3056 aft IN GAINESVILLE Save to $900 on '64 Demonstrator L
150 gal. butane gas tank. Complete 8th Ave. ,FR *-.en.-L"*_ _: .$54.0 per"month. er 7:30 PM. __ FIRST TIME up
with gauges. Inquire Lewis Over 50 models to choose from 1954 OLDS air conditioned automatic
Jewelry Co. transmission good mechanical Models !
FOR SALE OR TRADE. two 35mm and Used UO TRAILER MART condition. Ronnie Young. THE 12 WIDE
Complete line of photo supplies
ext. If 312-
Exakta camera lens & accessories FULLER'S FOTO INC. HWY. 17 PHONE 3281050 Phone 372-4811. or
Phone 376-6603. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 6111. -
619 W. Univ. Ave. FR 2-0713
; Now Specializing In Ladies' BetterDresses. EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA 64 Falcon. auto. trans.. low mileage MOBILE HOMEALSO
SIZE 12 wedding dress. never worn. two. tone. radio. Must sell.
Close out Buys. Sizes I Call FR 6-8912 after 6 P.M. or Aluminum Travel trailer bath. Sacrifice $1800 cash or take over
through 56. $3 Each. Exceptional weekends. apt. size gas range. *.6 cu. ft. payments of 153.75. Call 376-U13
DISCOUNTS. 19 SW. lit Ave THE best costs less If you heat refrlg with 65 Ib freezer. for Roger. __ A WIDE SELECTION I
Sleeps 4. 3514 NW 4th St.
_nue._ _ _ water electrically. Find out how 62 COMET auto trans.. new tires

f I 1, ')BL*"*. BED.corner*3S table.; reclining SSj util chair.table. Dist.replace 376-5392.Call it Fuilgas and get your cash Phllgas divi EXTRA SPECIALCOLONIAL 711. Quick N. Main sale St.for or$ 376.2511. See- Federal Quality Homes Inc. pp UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET'S BRAND NEW DEALS !

$J, Ig. homemade desk. U. 1 BR. 8' wide ... $775
I .ne .'R 4-C7.2. 1958 2S H.P. hand crank Johnson MUST SELL leaving school. Top N.W. 13th ST. ((441 NORTH)
outboard nglne 300 hrs. total cond.. all new parts. '60 Volks 4820 '
t 5* SUWANNEE 1 BR 10' wide
PORT.folding Ice table chest$10 alum.$12.50;&6 plastic ft... 2-3768.running time. S98. Phone FR ......... .....S... .. .... .. .. $2495 wagen.paint fob.Call Low FR Mileage.27554. New SERVICE FIRST ALWAYSVACATION Chevrolet Biscayne A'A 52176

lounging cot. $5; Call 372NIKON
.811. FRIGIDAIRE 40"( electric range In PACEMAKER 10' wide 50' long. ALFA ROMEO Spider Veloce '60. .
good condition. $15 or will trade 2 BR ........... ......... $300 dn. Excellent condition. engine recently -
F with 50 mm F.I.4 Nikker- for power mower of equal value. overhauled. New top $1207
S auto. lens and Photomlc NOW FEATURING the NEW 1964
system. 376-9697. Ph. FR 2-1052.
Slightly used. $265. Also 8x36 one bedroom mobile home. TIMEIS Low
Canon EEE Motor Zoom I. 8 VACUUM CLEANERSUsed 1963 VW pass. stat. wagon Impala Sport Cpe ASA 2811
mm movie camera with 10 mm- Machines BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. (Microbus). 2 tone green clean.
$15 U to choose from excellent condition Inside and
40 mm F-l 7 Canon loom lens. TIMEIF
INC. curtains In windows separate TRADE IN
automatic CDS meter battery KIRBY SALES & SERVICE out.
driver's seat.
drive and pcwer zoom. Brand 712 N. Main Ph. 377118 374-8M1 Mlustable
Open I AM. to I P.M. Closed 21.800 miles with regular VW AsLow$26941CheveIles
$150. Call Chlu
new. Mr. at FR
T.V. antennas, $3 single stack Sundays. 441 N. at city limits care and Inspections. economical Impala Cony
6-3261. Ext. 2473 FR 2-3241.
or 17 double stack. S13 completekit. across from Gainesville Livestock 40 hp motor get 25 or more YOU LIKE MONEY.
21- Airline walnut ccnsol TV. Excellent Brant's 513 NW 8trt Ave. Market. miles per gallon. For sale for .
condition. $95. Large win cash (or you finance) at $1800
SM. kitchen table block formica For Sale 1 BR air cond. turn
dow fan. fair cond. Phone I 376567. THESE
$10. Call LIKE
2 chain $20 2 modern black YOU'LL
; trailer & enclosed cabana. Excellent
FR 6-0020 after 5. oak chests plus vanity $SO; 4 I condition. FR 2884. .-. 1964. 4 door air conditioned. Chevrolet ASA Low $52171.
MOWER. High Wheel 6 hp Leu- blond oak tables round Cocktail. A.M. and 6-12 P.M. II. Nova. Completely equip
son Rotary. Cuts light brush. corner. 2 step plus two amber ped. Best. lowest priced buy In PRICES
weeds. etc. Excellent condition. glass lamps (50; like new. 372- I NEW MOON Metro 1963 10' X 60. town. Call FR e-WSO days. 376237 --
$125. Call 20659. 0149. 3 BR, front kitchen. financed with < evenings.
Llv. Rm. and Brs unfurnished 1 Classic 770. 4-
CUSHMAN Highlander frame complete SIX year old G. E. electric range. S200 for equity and take up pay 1962 Austin Healey Mark 11. $200 ASA Low
new tires. perfect condltlon. good condition. $75. High chair. ments. Phone 6- 355 after 5:00 equity. Take up payments. Can 1 1963 RAMBLER Door, automatic Chevy Il7s 52070
$25. Phone 376-3422. $.. Phone 374-5770. P.M. be seen at Kentucky Fried\ : Chick
en. transmission, radio, heater, Air., Power steer-

( 1962 Information Belalre call CHEVROLET.:372-5240. after for ing, power brakes, bucket seats. $2595 Low

SERVICES 3:00 P.M. Beautiful car . . . . Corvair Monza's ASA 52233 .

1964 2300
Chevrolet Impala. new
miles. A.T. 4-Dr. Dealer Cost. Cross Country wag-

I Phone FR 6-4404. John Baldwin. 1963 RAMBLER on. 660. Automatic

Home And Business 1963 top Oldsmobile coupe. air Jetfire conditioned; hard- transmission, Air. Reclining seats. $2695

5 4 speed transmission. Car Low mileage. Nice . . As '

is parked on Univ. City
Classic 550. 4-
I --- Bonk parking lot. See Mr. $1oc

BulldotingSMALL Remodeling Foster or Mr. Johnson at 1963 RAMBLER Door, automatictransmission iLittle

the bonk.
bulldozer. loader dump DO YOU NEED, Florida room. extra $2095
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top room more" room. roof work 1950 PLYMOUTH.; $85. Phone 2 dOOr.FR 6-1447.good condition heater Air . . .'. . .
soil. Phone 372-7844. or maybe a complete new home? As I 7 J DownNO
BULLDOZERS For a free estimate fc guaranteed 1950 PLYMOUTH. good transportation Fairlane 500 4-Door, au-
Dragline Backhoe ,
wheel work. phone Cad C good rubber. $75 cash. Call
tractors. motor 1963 FORD
FR 2- 659.
Waters 3728649.CARPENTER tOmotlC
grader. Free estimates. W. G. ,
Buck) Johnson. FR219.. desires work, additions 1964 VW. radio seat belts opening trans$1895
& repairing. Phone FR back windows side mirror. mission, radio, heater . MONTHLY PAYMENTS TIL AUGUST .
Landscaping 2-4102 luggage rack. trailer hitch. undercoat.
8.000 miles. $ 650 Phone 4.Door '770' Clas7 -

LANDSCAPE SERVICE Sewing Machine Repalrt FR 2Ifl3.THINKING about buying e good 1 "' 63 RAMBLER sic. Bucket seats, p t

Crass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER- sports car? Only $1200 will put twin floor shift. Radio, heater. '
stock of all kinds.CREvASSE'S VICE CO. 115 W. University you In e 1960 Alpine. Extras include $2395 We Chevrolet have the & finest Sales
NURSERY Ave. 374-1075. We repair all wire wheels. WW tyres and Extra nice. . . . . at University largest
Landscape Co. M kM. Wont fully pvarenteed. neater. Call 376-7124 for details.
FR 4-2514 for free estimate. Alfa Romeo Spider. 1963. Phone Goloxie 500, 4-Door, Hardtop & Service facilities in North Florida thus enabling us to handle

THE automatic transmission larger volume. Due to this larger volume which
SERVICE DIRECTORY 1957 Ford Fairlane. 506. T-Blrd. V. an even we
a. Fortf-o-matic. Many extras. A- Radio, heater,

I Appliance Repair & Mortgage Broker J PICTURE Inch TUBE plus 818 Repair to Install Special.most SIper 1 Cond. FR 27116. power steering . . . 1695 have been enjoying thanks to you we are able to offer even
Air Conditioning tubes. 1 Year Warranty. Special HUNTER'S SPECIAL. 1946 Jeep. 4
Reconditioned TV from tttS. wheel drive. needs work $250. and truck sold .seryice and
MORTGAGE MONEY THE VARIETY STORE Phone 6-2460. 407C NW. ISth St. lAitl DAklTIABonneville., Station: greater savings on every car plus

A-1 HANDYMAN SHOP 5H per cent Interest. Term to I 7 S.E. 1st Ave. 1963 KARMAN GHIA conv. brown- I 70 I I UN I lAv wagon, automatictransmission
First In air conditioning and Appliance years.BUY 4 Technician's with 84 year ex tan top. Equipped excellent condition parts that is uncomparab1e."GAINESVillE'S.
repairs. We sell guaranteed BUILD REFINANCECall perienct on all makes. tt.000. Call 473-4S75 KeyStone radio, heater, power steering,

washers. refrigerators, etc. Dan Byrd T. V. SERVICE Heights. _ power brakes. 1 owner.

*R 50267.Appraisci. 825 NW 13 St. PtFit 2-2511 Open PROMPTDEPENDABLE t to *- osed Wed. at 1 P.M. 1956 r l PLYMO'UTH. II. looks?good J dr..runs V TArT good. Like new . ". .. . . $1795

Service FHA and conventional lowest KWIK FIX T.V. SERVICE Phone 376-5926 after 5 P.M.
current rates. Terms to Uyears. 2-Door
.. 471"t N W. 10m Ph 377-HTi Falcon LARGEST
gladly discuss at no HEY 1961 FORD : $895
obligation. Call tomorrow.J. heater . .
W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor Tires Alignment I have for sale mi Chevrolet convertible
FRED .. ARNOLD 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-844 wIth I one week old top.
REALTOR Brake Service new interior new tires all Falcon Wagon, Automatic VOLUME DEALER"I
REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL FRED B. ARNOLD around. Mechanically perfect. 1961 FORD
SERVICE REALTOR VACATION SPECIALON For details call 372-71 after transmission,

|21' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 373-3O3 FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS famous nationally. known Mohawk ':00 P.M. weekdays anytroe Sun Radio, heater . . . $1 095
tire save vp>> to day.
12H W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-0522 SC% on new tie... See our new
1963 VOLKSWAGEN unroof SOS
Auto wrap around' retread that gives actual miles showroom condition. 4-Door Sedan Extra
Equipment GLADYS Smlttt Realtor. FHA
more mileage & traction. Lat 1961 RAMBLER
I I and conventional loans. Low S14 WIll trade. Phone J7t-e90.
) mer Tire Co. 423 N. M lnSt_

I,1 1 'I HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt t W.rates.Univ.Terms Ave. to 372-S3t3.25 years. 1228 Tree Service? lU'condition.SIMCA Phone 4 door.371-4050.good buy . . . .. . $1095 UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET

J ( exchanged Repair k--: F. H. A. Conv. Loans I j
Walker Jacks. Factory FORDYCE ASSOCIATES, INC A-l TREE SERVICE 4 Door. autcmoic
Walker Hydraulic Jack REALTORS Pruning 1959 DESOTO
i ed demossina brack? ft caWeing > NEW
t Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE _.M W. Un''v. 374-1234 & tree removal. Cavity transmission.heater radIO,
f I ( SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. work & tree feeding. Lawn servIce steering brakes. Air.
Main fa WMl PAINTING and -. Deemed FALCON power power
a. Insured. Free estimates. Trey 1 owner, Must see
Auto Gloss Exterior decorating and painting. Thames 374-2f40. Jack Hoover.44434P $895
Free estimates. Phone' 377-5114. G& esv "
fcUTO &LAS$ II our only business. Down
Immediate Insteilationi PlumbingSEWER Winch Truck- piyeents ef emfy Many Other Used Can to Choose From

free pickup !. delivery. Add $ PerJUMo. MANY WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT
beauty ft value to your car. INSTALLEDNEW WINCH TRUCK SERVICE fL
AAAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. used fixtures complete 10 ft. end 32 ft. boom .
323 N.W. 'ttl St. FR 4-71S8. .plumbing service "5i0" JIM Welding end metal shop

MU6ULEY., FR 2-1589.Gainesville PlumbIng 4411 NW_4m StreetPhone3fl4$35 Mr Personal., or SEE Dent RIDGWAY Mg5OR New Car 'ShowroomCr Used 'Car Lot Open 8 'til 9

Show & Keeter
your furniture" el WINDOWS cleaned. Moot cleaned 1132 S. MAIN ST. FR 2-8433
SfftVICI DIRECTORY reasonable price Call Sally.Experienced. and waxed house washed 18 FR, 6-5371 -
; FR e-ttU. 4248 yrs. experience. Free estimate -
; N.W. 3tD Ter. Phone FR. 3-SMS.
I \J 9

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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964 .'
,' : ": '.- ., < _", .,.!',. .. -. 2J i1tJ 'tv"w ,
d :. ;4r54. .r)'f' ?-. t
TIME 1311 NWSthAve. Motors :. '" '.' I .
I .
FR 2.1411 Gainesville. Fla.
To III car owners. W. have ROAD I '< .
I Courtesy Of, with us now.Alvin Pons & 3725285Home
A. H. Child Come In and of A-l Used Cars
I University Chevrolet give them I try. CARSTRUCKSJEEPSOpen .
N.Main 16th Ave. Phone Hm Sunday 3 la 5 0 m. I
-- ---- ----- ;
-- -
Used Cars FULL SIZE ,


Are. Cadillac Oldsmobil
119 SE First -
372.4343 2001, NW 13th St. zSJ
: 2-C'OOR'

I $2096.00 e. . ':" .

l o >y-

) PAINT $1996.00 o A



$3995At 238 FR W.6-5371 University ; ,

I 'I': . ,

63 VW sedan runs and HAWESPOWERSBODY Sun Want Ad* ; :< AIR AIR-CONDITIONED
looks like new. Turquoisewith SHOP ) -

leatherette interior$1495 611 FR S.W.2-0538 3rd St. Get Results : ;

62 VW sedan radio white-
walls clean and in excellent HAWESPOWERSSMITTY
condition $1295

SEZ: WE'RE 1964FORD ? ;

61 VW sedan black with STILL WORKING ON ,
red interior .... $1095
OUR -.
60 Falcon 2door. white. ROOM '
:: .
$595 -:- :
MOVE THESE CARS. IF .-',. ..' ,

'58 Ford Fairlane "500""
red & white extor clean 1
'car .............. $695 PRICES MAKE US


64 CHEVROLET super sport. Power steering Rr. ?
power brakes heater auto- $QAAC
Miller-i matic transmission 3800 miles. Ovf*J
4 door Power -
63 CHEVROLET Impala hardtop.
steering, radio, heater, auto- $2395
Brown matie transmission, V-8. ONLY
1 63 IMPERIAL 4 door hardtop. Power steering .,
10301. power brakes air radio $/COC -.
Univ. Ave. heater,automatic transmission. *f J7 J
FR 2.3582YOU'RE 63 CORVAIR 700' 2 door, radio, $1 / QC

heater. 4 speed. . I O7 J 2299
63 VALIANT 4 door V200..Automatic trans-
mission, heater, $lAO"?
Real clean. . . . U7
63 VALIANT 4 door. Radio, $j PQr .
heater. . . . . I J7 J be\. O yf -
62 THUNDERBIRD. Power steering power .
brakes, air conditioned, radio, $
heater. . . . . OTQC / AS LOW' AS m '
62 CHEVROLET super sport, 2 door hardtop. ...... ) a.
OFF Power steering, power brakes, automatic!
transmission, radio, $000
heater. . . . . J I 5035
: 62 CORVAIR! Monza 2 door coupe. \
.H WITHI Radio hooter 4 speed. . $1495 .
61 FALCON Futuro 2 door. Automatic trans- ,
mission, radio, heater, air con-
I ditioned. A cream puff. . $1OQC i with V3 down
61 OLDS 4 door sedan 88. Power steering I
power brakes, radio, heater. $1 JLftC .w mSTRICTLY'
Clean. . . . . 1073


J 61 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 door hardtop.
Power steering power brakes, $| QQC
START radio, heater, air conditioned. 77 J
61 CROWN IMPERIAL 4 door hardtop. Power '60 CHEV. $1195 ..- ..
steering, power brakes, radio,$2495 Bel-Air 4-aV.sedan 6 cyl. R & H, -1:4>
I I heater automatic transmission. 2-Tone Blue.
60 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door sedan. Automatic '
i I WhenYour transms.sion.! radio, 61 PONTIAC $1095 .
I er, air conditioned. .heat$1295 1 rP 4-dr. Tempest. R& H. Std. Trans., ..
60 CHEVROLET Brookwood station wagon, Blue White.
automatic transmission, radio heater, {J
I $1545
power steering air "
'conditioning. . . . .1395 .. Gal. 4-dr.V-8,R& H, FM.WSW. .
i Family 59 FORD Fairlane 4 door sedan. % Blue Cr White. j

Standard transmission, 6 cyl. $195 QNEWFORDTRADE-INSQ '60 PONTIAC I $1345 '
59 PLYMOUTH 2 door :
Vacations Fury hardtop. Power -
steering radio heater 4-dr. HIT, R & H, Automatic, PS,
auto$795 2-Tone Tan. .
matic transmission. V-8. >
61 DODGE Lancer 4 door sedan. Automatic 63 T-BIRD. $3885
63 FORD $2245Gal. 61 YOLKS. $1045
transmission, radio, heater, Ii@
IN Roadster Com.. T & H. PSt PB,
power steerIng.. . . . $1 095 500 2dr. H/T V-8. Com., Convertible. R & H, WSW. Yellow Wire Wheels, White. Nice.- _
60 CADILLAC 4 door sedan, power steering, R. WSW.Chestnut &.White. with Black Top. '60 VALIANT $895
power brakes, automatic transmission,
radio, heater, air conditioned. $O4f>r ,Station Wagon. 4-dr., Automatic
A Real I sharp. . . . . ZH7 J '57 CHEV. $295Station '62 COMET $13954dr. R & H, Red.
i 60 METRO 2 door hardtop. $ '
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"'/ Almost Gave Up the Game Eight Months Ago'

By JIM BECKER voice as he told of the lean ages in his soft brown eyes, is him.And phy, in San Francisco, had amateur.He Then a couple of months ago

Associated Press Sports Writer years."I more widely known in golf as that was the end. In the helped him over the mental worked for an automobile things started to fall into place.

WASHINGTON AP) Ken didn't think I would ever the man who blew the Mastersin spring of 1961, Venturi suffereda rough spots. salesman who paid him to play He had won nearly $14,000 in

Venturi, who slew the ghosts of be able to play competitive golf 1956, when he shot 80 on the muscle spasm in his back. "And I want to thank all the golf. Byron Nelson, the great tournaments this year, and was

his golfing past in the steam again," he said. "Physically I last round of a tournament he "It was six weeks before I people who didn't lose faith in pro of the 40s, took him over third in the Thunderbird two

ing cauldron of the U.S. Open was all right, but mentally, well, had all locked up. could put my hands on top of me, who wrote me, and helped and taught him to play a stylish weeks ago and sixth in the

Saturday, said after the victory I started hitting bad shots andI He was only an amateur my head," he said. keep me going" he said. smooth game that lookedas Buick Open last week.

that "I almost gave up the, started thinking bad shots, then, and the next year he And then it was a hand injury "I don't think I could have if it would stand up under He opened in this biggest of

game eight months ago." and turned pro. Life was sweet in and then something called kept going if it hadn't been for the pressure of modern bigtime all tournaments with a 72

The handsome son of a San "Well, anyway, I came here 1958, when he began winning almost walking pneumonia, and then it that." golf. Thursday, and followed with a

Francisco golf pro, once rated for this Open with the best everything in sight. wasn't exactly clear what was Venturi, who is married to a In all, Venturi won 10 tourna- 70 Friday. Then, in the swelter-

the "can't miss" wonder of the mental attitude of my life." And then it happened again.He ailing Venturi, except that it pretty girl he met in college ments on the tour, but he never ing heat and pressure so thick

game but for the last three Venturi, only 33 but a man had the Masters locked up looked as if he would never win and who has two sons aged 9 got a big one. His last victorywas you felt you could reach out and

years a bundle of nerves and who for the last three years in 1960 but Arnold Palmer bir. any major golf championships.Venturi and 5, came out of the West in the Milwaukee Open in touch it-the kind of pressure

frustrations, had a catch in his has carried the sadness of the died the last two holes to beat said a Father Mur 1955 as a celebrated subsidizedand 1960. (Continued On Page 03)

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I Three Twins. .

4 ; Venturi Wins U.S. OpenJLL 1

WILL GRIMSLEY grees in the shade, more than

Associated Press Sports Writer 100 in the sun, and with high

S i Kp 1.n 4: WASHINGTON (AP) Ken Brilliant Rally Produces humidity.

Venturi, almost felled by suffocating : Water poured in small rivu-

heat, bounded back from lets from the faces of the contestants : -
04V a'' a golfdom's limbo with closing and the spectators. Salt

rounds of 66 and 70 Saturdayand Near-Record Score of 278Ford tablets were distributed. Doz-

Y iK won the 64th National Open ens were treated for heat at

Championship with a near record first aid stations around the

score of 278. layout.

Venturi's amazing comeback started thinking bad shots." that with a brief rest and no man to break par for the four Venturi refused to exert him

;*: -,34 gave him the second lowest total he said. ,.I lunch he would be able to play rounds over the torturous, 7,053- self. He played so slowly and

: in Open history. Ben Ho- However, Venturi added, he the final round. yard monster course just out methodically that when he '

gan's 276 at the Riviera in Los came to the Open "with the I side the nation's capital. came to the 16th tee there was
i Dr. E. J. Everett was given
$ f 1151s. e' Angeles in 1948 is the record. greatest mental attitude I've not a player in front of him.
$ the U.S. Golf Third Under 2SO
.. :_.. >lO,... .. : '.; from !had in my life." permission by The triumph healed a lot of
--- --- -......."'# M..xn: .v : l The onetime Golden Boy 'Association to Ven He became the third player
----- >:.:t Lif accompany
I The 29-year-old Jacobs, half- heartaches and made for a ,
San Francisco his al- up
HARMON KILLEBREW TONY OLIVA BOB ALLISON career turi around the blazing course. in the history of the 69yearoldevent
leader after long series of frustrations date
left fielder right fielder first baseman most shattered by disappointment 'way Several USGA officials, includ- to play the 72 holes of the
back to 1956. Then the California
64 Friday and two shots ahead ing -
and injury, surged from ing Executive Director Joe Open in less than 280 strokes.
with 18 holes to play, wilted in star, a brilliant amateurof
six shots back at the
halfway Dey, also stayed close by. When shot his 276 25 blew the Masters championship
Twins Yanks point to overtake young Tommy the steamy cauldron of the Congressional Hogan in
Top Jacobs and Masters champion Country Club. Venturi never wavered al- 1948, Jimmy Demaret had 278. when he had it in his

:Arnold Palmer, who had been Palmer, Masters championand though rumors spread throughthe No, other player-not: even Bob grasp.

I expected to stage a head-and- all-time leading money win- 21,998 on the course that he Jones, ,Walter Hagen'.or Gene He had a comfortable lead going

head duel for the title. ner, never was able to turn on had been forced to withdraw- Sarazen-ever broke 280. into the final round only to ,
the ignition for another of his and he finished strong-the only The heat was intense-92 de- blow to an 80 and lose the titleto
AL All-Star TeamBy Jacobs, after a 70 on the
par fabled last-gasp comebacks and I, Jack Burke Jr., who
first 18 Saturday, blew to a eight shots.
closing 76 and barely took sec- he floundered in a sea of Final Open S.GOresCharles

ond ahead of British Open bogeys. p Lost to Palmer J
champion Bob Charles. Jacobs _This dashed_ again his dreams v ," v' Jf4 .In.t9: : ,: Venturi appeared
Associated Press Writer .Three ,;t:95-90-77.77-296
Sports Yanks WASHINGTON (AP)-Final scores and Slford
. totaled 282 while Charles, finishing scoring a professional grand prize money In the 54th National Open Labron Harris JrJ WOO,,*;12.7.7..75-297 aai>rtt4'b*e>on the Masters.
NEW YORK (AP-The) Min- slam-the Masters, U.S. and Golf Championship over the par 70 Congressional Jacky Cupit. $400 l '::?1. ::"-7adf16-297 H& In the club house
.. .. with a 68, had a 283. Country Club course: Don Fairfield UM ..'.-.:.'7S-n.U-76-297 was being
nesota Twins and New York j ;., British Open at St. Andrews Ken Venturi, $17,000 ...... 72-70-64-70-278( aJohn Farquhar _......... 737-7-73-297 fitted for the traditional greenvictor's
Palmer posted a 75 and 74 fora .......
Yankees dominate the American Tommy Jacobs 58409 .... n-64-7-76-2'2 Doug Sanders $375 74-74-76-74-271
286. The other pretournamentfavorite next mont.h Bob Charles. ".000 ....... 72-72-71-61-283 Tom Nieporte $375 ......, 73-73-76-74-298 coat when word came
League All-Star team's starting 4l < Bill Casper 85.000 ....... 71.7U9.71-285 Paul Scodeller. (375 ...... 12-76-72-79-299 that Palmer had birdied the 1
a Jack Nicklaus carded Mason $735 ..... 7..73-7..76-299
Near CollapseThe Gay Brewer $3.750 ....... 7U9.73-6i-284 Rudolph
line-up announced Saturday for ..........
Sam Snead S375 last
Arnold Palmer 83.750 .... 48- 9-75-74-284 77.72.75-75-299 two holes to take the
the July 7 game with the Na- 77 and 73, finishing at 295. 33-year-old Venturi al- Bill Collins 83,000 ....... 10.71.7672281Dow Monte Bradley $735 ...... 75-7.73-77-299 j
aBllly Campbell .......... 71.137976mGeorge crown.
tional League at Shea Stadium. Too Long most collapsed from the heat on Johnny Finsterwald Pott 81.950$2,500....... 71.nn72289Bob 73-72-71-72-281 Archer, $350 ..:..... 75-74-74-75 In 1962 Venturi suffered a
........ .
...... Larry Bee $350 : 77-73-75-75-300
Mantle of the Yanks was his Venturi the 15th tee of the morning Rosburg 81,950 73.7370.73-289 Paul ......_.
Mickey Following victory, George Bayer, $1.333 ..... 75-n-72-71-291 Harney $350 75-73-79-73-3CO pinched nerve that paralyzed his
round and for a while there was Don ..... Robert Panasluk, $350 .... 72-71-71-73-301
$13.33 75-73-7U9-291
the only repeater from 1963 in said January .. right side. His hit rock
: ....... Davis Love Jr.. $350 ... 77-7]-71-82-303 career
Gene Littler $1,333
the voting of 281 players, "It's been too long. I can't fear he might not be able to Raymond Floyd $900 ..... 73-7 13-71.7"73-291-72.77-292 Dan David Sikes $300 .................... 77.73-76-77-303 bottom. He won less than $7,000in
Boles $300 73--72-83-75-303
Nichols .....
coaches and managers.The aF tell you how I feel. I've been continue."I Terry Bobby Dill $900$900.......... 72.72-76-72-292.73737571292AI Bill AAartindale $300 ...... 72-7640-75-303 27 starts in 1SS2 and c''Icct-
and fortunate." nearly blacked out," he Geiberger $900 ........ 74-70-75-73-292 Rex Baxter Jr., $300 ..... 7673763O
line-up that Manager Al \ a.' very lucky very Bruce .... Robert (Skee) Rlegel $300 80-70-82-74-304 ed less than 14,000 in 1963.
Crampton $900 72.71.7576-m
Lopez of Chicago will send i0-t.b I Venturi revealed he almost said. "I felt dizzy and ill. I-was Ed Furgol $900 .......... 12.7472.14-292 Ron HowelL' $300 ...... '. 71-72-71-79-307 "I lost my confidence and
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Chick Harbert
$300 76760076308
Tony Lema $700 71-72-75-7S-273
against the National League will quit playing golf eight months very weak. Bill Ogden. $425 _......... 73-73-73-75-294 aJerry Greenbaum ...... 75-7..-. -7t-308 really became discouraged,"
I doctor summoned and Leone Hebert. $425 ....... 73-7"72-75-294 Jimmy Clark. $300 ....... 7J.77.7HI-308
when his at A was Venturi said.
contain no members of Lopez'White l ago game was a Gary Player. $475 ....... 757472.74-295 Bryent Hiskey $300 ..... 78-7278-83-311
Sox, who have been in very low point."I the new champion was given an Jack Nicklaus 8475 ...... 72-73-77-73-295 William Cabal. $300 ...., 76-73-83-80-312 This year his prestige suf-
I ...... Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez 7474withdrew1Denotes
Ted Makalena $475 73-74-75-73 295
started bad shots examination. It was decided (Continued On 03))
and out of first place all season. hitting Dudley Wysong Jr.. $475 7.73-75-73-295 amateur.
There are three Yanks, three t

Twins and one each from Balti
more and Los Angeles.Commissioner Count 'Em-0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ((43))

Ford Frick, I
whose office conducted the balloting ---- 'I? :'-i;
Ford Throws Goose White Sox
said the National wouldbe MICKEY. center MANTLE fielder Eggs at
League's starting line-up
announced Tuesday. The remainder -

of the squads will be I CHICAGO (AP-Whitey) Ford who has not lost since lefty does double duty of pitcher throw to the plate cut down last Aug. 16.Ironically .

named later. xt won his .10th straight and the opening day allowed only six and coach under Manager Maris, trying to score. Gonzales Peters completeda

Bold Array New York Yankees made it hits and struck out 10 in a brilliant -Yogi Berra. running for Mantle, took thirdon game for the first time in 14

The bold new AL line-up included seven in a row over the Chicago duel with Gary Peters, Roger Maris walked with one the throw and scored when starts this season.

Twins Boh Allison at a c White Sox Saturday, winning who also went all the way.It out in the 11th and moved to Howard singled to center. NEW YORK CHICAGO

base Harmon Killebrew in 1-0 on Elston Howard's single was the sixth shutout for second on Mickey Mantle's sin Ford escaped a threatening abrhbt akrUM
first Kubek ss S 0 0 8 Hsb'ger cl-rf 5 0 0 tRlch'dson
left field and rookie Tony Olivain \ tt that drove in Pedro Gonzalez in Ford and his ninth complete gle. When Tom Tresh singled to:situation in the last of the 2b 5 0 0 8 Weis 2b 4820
Ward 3D
right field. The Yanks were the 11th inning. game in 16 starts. The stylish right, Mike Hershberger's fine i ninth when Dave Nicholson dou- /Marls Mantle ft cf 5030 3000 Hansen si 5001Gonzlez
kwBOBBY pr 01 0 0 Rob-son rWt 5 0 1 0
Elston Howard as catcher, Bob- bled and pinch hitter Jim Lan- Lopez H 00(0 Nicholson If 3010
by Richardson at second base -_,,. <.h dis walked with two out. Ford Tresh N0S 0 1 1 McC'w pr-lb 0008
Mlnoso 1000
BID TO HIKE CROWDS Howard c 511 ph
and Mantle in center. RICHARDSON then threw a called third strike Pepitone lb 4010 Cuffham Ib 3088
LInt 3b 310 Landis Pttt(0 0 0 t
Jim Fregosi the fine young second baseman past Camilo Carreon. Ford p 3008 Carreon c 4088

Los Angeles player who is hit- back and. forth 80 Yankees Give Game Ford, who beat the White Sox Totals 21171 Peters Totals p 38 3010 8 4 8

got votes to Away 3-0 .. ... ...., "
ting near .350 won the shortstopjob twice earlier this season by New Yak 8* Me K< 11-1
59 for runner-up Norm Siebernof Cluc ago ,..............808 808 000 8ftE -
and Brooks Robinson of Bal- scores, continued his amazing
Baltimore. -Llnz. OP-We* York 9. Chicago t.I .
timore was picked for third mastery over them. The 35- I 2B-Mantle. Llnz Nicholson. S-Peters,

base. Last Year Tickets to Cab Drivers year-old southpaw now has I Ford. IP H R BBSO
Richardson generally The 1963 consecutive scoreless Ford W. 18-1 .11 6 0 I 3 18
acclaimed starting line-up had 43
..' ..".......'.-a:.., pitched Peters, H. II 7 1 1 4 7
as the outstanding second ELSTON HOWARD Joe Pepitone of the Yanks at innings against Chicago since T-2.54. A-22,453.

baseman in the majors first, Nellie Fox of Chicago (now The Yankees deny they are running scared.
catcher 3frw flark ijimtll;
drew 233 votes of the 281. As Houston) at second _
Zoilo Ver- According to Fishel, the club had planned a
players, managers and coaches with 217 and Mantle with 205 salles of the Twins at short, NEW YORK The New York Yankees, long mass give-away two years ago, but only this

were not permitted to vote for were also heavy vote pullers. Frank Malzone of Boston at lordly and aloof atop baseball's corporate spring found a feasible method of distribu. /Major STANDINGS: I INATIONAL

men on their own team, this The closest contest was for third, Leon Wagner of Los Angeles standings, have gone down to the street to League

came close to a unanimous bal- first base where Allison a con- (now Cleveland) in left wage promotional warfare. tion.The _

lot Robinson with 220, Howard verted outfielder who still shifts and Al Kaline of Detroit in right They have given away more than 10,000 reserved tickets are being distributed by tele-

Mantle was voted to the starting tickets to more than 5,000 city cab guide, a closed-circuit television outfit that LEAGUE BehindPhiladelphia AMERICAN W. LEAGUE Lest Pct. lehiad

An .An Oriole team last year in an amaz- drivers on the sidewalk along Broadway be- feeds service programs in seven languages ta .. WM 3* 23 Last .Vet."' Baltimore ...._ 334 .6IJ -
Angel. ......
.. .. .. Manhattan hotel under .. 24 .511 IV* New York as 23 .603 1
rooms, an awning in San Francisco 34 .....
ing tribute he has suffered tween 60th and 61st Streets in the last two -.34 n .596 bus
_",,- _._>....'w_ ,_. ____. although front of their studio. Pittsburgh ...03 21 .55. 3'I'J MIiwsota ...... 33 30 .52A s'1
A' St. Louis .3 .... ..
Boston 31 33 A4 1
: : to play. Albie Pearson of 10,000 more. .Despite intermittent Los Angeles .... 30 1 A4 S
downpours, hundreds of .... 30 .AI4 Detroit ......... 21 33 ASO 11
F 4 the Angels was named as his The Yankees' first mass give-away pro- cab drivers at a time queued up for two MIIw Chicago lw....... 21 30 .483 TV* sLoe Washington AnQeIeS....... 1%1 V 31 .4.s iris I

4''>9 (t' { C starting replacement Earl Bat- gram-a scheme usually associated with fran- tickets each. New Houston York............. 2t 30 45 34 J08.449 19 TO Kansas City .... 2-C V .2'J 13Va

--. tey of the Twins was the 1963 chise in trouble-is the latest in a series of YESTERDAY'S RESULTSNew YESTERDAY'S RESULTSNew
4 c, ego, starting catcher. gimmicks to raise lagging attendance and The Yankees tickets were for any of four York 7. Philadelphia 3 York 1, Chicago 8, 11 Innings
Hovston 3. Mitwai* ,2 : Detroa a .t8ar "
( .w Frick announced the vote of combat the mighty (at the box office any- games: a day game on July 1, a twilight pitUbvrgtt S. Chicago -.. > nor. IV Boston $
.. -:. single game on July 2, a night on July San Francbc* 14 St. Louis J- Kansai City 8. s.ton 2
.. only the winners and second- way) Mets. game Cincinnati 4, 4, night Cleveland at Los * night
I't 21 and a day game on July 22. The two early T.Losdday'3 Game*
=. \., F1iS .. :..> place men. Strangely, there "The idea," said Robert O. Fishel, the La* Angete (Kowfax 9-4 and Ortega Trtey's Games
.gF were no players from the White Yankees' public relations director "is to July games are against the Kansas City Athletics I ),1) at Cincinnati (Pvrky '1-J and New Yerk (Sotrion 44 and Downing 3-2)
the late 3L) U) at $
\ July games against the Wash- CHlcago-PUrr. 8-J and Horten 4-4)
Sox even in second-place make cabbies aware of the fact that the piii.deiphL (Bunning 4-1 and Green "
d < ington Senators. Both.out-of-town teams draw U) art New YortLtUUUrd 4-1 and!!.7. upastotl Wilson e-i at Battlmort (Bar S
FF kid none from Kansas and Yanks in *"- -
business. -
City are ,
qv. .bx :-- :; | badly in New York. 8-1) (2) .bu 3-V
.S .Cleveland. Detroit had three : J. i Iwstan XBruc, i1 and Johnson,*flat Cleveland (Krallcfc 7-1) and Los Angeles
5'. l. That such awareness needs merchandising */U.w3Bfce* (Sp tM. H.d LemasierOtfaage Beimsky 4-3)
x ,_ seconds, Baltimore two and is graphically underlined in attendance figuresfor "'I11i! is the greatest thing they can do," 1-41. UJ C Jackson', 1.d Buhl-4-3)) at ta Detroit(itigman(Wkktraham 3-5) 1-,) at Mfemeso

Washington, Boston 'and Minnesota the first 23 home dates of 1964. The Yanks said Mason Bohana, waiting on line in the Pittsburgh (Yule 4-4 and Blass 2 3),"i2) Wsnngie iNarum 4-5 and Koch 1-2)
r rain with his hack license clutched in his S- Francisco (Saftferd .,) at St.leu. al JCMMa-Cliy, (Pen 75 and BowsrleKI
A ,t' one. Lopez does not have to have drawn 388,633 persons into Yankee i is (Simmons 7-5) 1-1)). (2). t
./. ...... :follow the voting for second Stadium, while the Mets have drawn 637,405 nand. ,

l place in naming the rest of the into Shea Stadium. -You 'bet I'm gonna talk about this, 35, 40 Angels Leadt urday night. Leon Wagner home

v squad but he must start the No. For the Yanks, their attendance figure people get into my cab every day, and' I'm erect toe Cleveland's. lone run in -'

..' t men. represents a 69,879 drop from 1963. For the gonna turn around and say 'you know what LOS ANGELES The Los the'fourthCleveland. t

JIM FREGOSI' BROOKS ROBINSON For the most part the players Mets, who spent 1963 at the Polo Grounds, it the Yankees did for met' and then I'm gonna Angeles Angels led Cleveland 2- 00010

aIMtri6&op 'e a e fttrd base &ale (Cued On Page 03) is aa increase of 394,137. ten them," be -said. '!'after five 1 inninfs of play Sat- IM Ageks 09C 00
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O2 Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964

Ever Missed a Football Kickoff? So Has the Kicker!

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You can always look It up in the record books to substan- screaming off the bench to protest The upshot of the -ensuing The second Auburn halfback did his part wen, too. He :sports department. What was left behind in the old buDding -

tiate the games but two of the funniest football happeningsof argument was another 15-yard penalty for unsports- moved toward the Tiger ball-carrier, went through the fake eventually found its way to not so gaudy spots.

all time have to be the Mercer-Georgia meeting of 1941 manlike conduct. v of taking the handoff and continued to run his pattern. The movers on finding Rathmann's plaque, figured it was

and Auburn-Mississippi Southern of 1959. So Georgia got socked with a five, a 15 and another 15. Southern player streamed downfield intent on makingthe something to be thrown away. It didn't go to the city dump,

The stories would be much more humorous with the Mercer kicked off the second time from Georgia's 25yardline. tackle. Auburn players blocked ferociously all over the though. It wound up in a type of establishment known as a

names of all involved, probably, but they're laughable as is. place. One Southern player tackled the Auburn gridder who "flea market."

Let's set the stage for the opening kickoff in the Mercer- Oh, yes! If you're interested, Georgia won the game, 81-0. was the original receiver of the football. He didn't have it. Then, many, many months later a Tampa visitor to Mimi -

Georgia battle. Georgia won the toss and lined up to re Another Southern player tackled the Auburn back who ran happened to go by the "market" and saw the plaque,

ceive. This was in the days when someone had to hold The Fake Was Too PerfectThen to meet the receiver on the fake. He didn't have the ball engraved to Rathmann. He wondered why the race driver

the football (B.T., before toes), so a Mercer player did that either. would part with such a precious momento. He called a
I task and waited for his teammate to boot the ball to the About that time a third Southern player spotted the foot- sportswriter friend of his. The friend contacted Pope.
Bulldogs.The there was Auburn and Mississippi Southern. ball all alone down near the Auburn goal line. The story has a happy ending. Pope will dig down into
Southern late in the and lined
referee's whistle blew, the kicker ran toward the The Tigers led 28-7 game You guessed it. The receiver of the kick handed off; his his pocket for the $20 necessary to secure another engraved
for kickoff after the Southerners had scored.Auburn's .
ball, gave a mighty swing of his leg, and. .he missed! up a teammate thought he was going to keep it The ball fell harm- plaque to present, delayed as it may be, to Rathmann.
subs were in the They huddled and decided
Georgia players hesitated, uncertain as to their next game. lessly to the ground on the neat maneuver and no one spot-
it was time to try a particular handoff play on the
course of action. Finally, one of them decided he'd do ted it until both Tiger backs had been tackled. Neither
kickoff. One halfback to the ball toward the tAlabama's Run
was get run Caught on
something. So he raced toward the unsuspecting Mercer Auburn gridder was aware of the incident until later.
other, fake a handoff and keep the ball or give,it off, whichever -
player still with his finger on the ball. He clobbered the new basketball fieldhouse, to be built by the

Bear gridder. The whistles blew all over the place. Flea Market Mixup state, will seat 15,000 when completed. It will be the largest

structure of its kind in the South, one of the 10 largest in I

Three PenaltiesThe < "' ,,-/. /. _. > And then there's the one about sportswriter Edwin Popeof the nation.
the Miami Herald.It It's hard to believe the rumor but the story is that the

referee in charge decided the game had started when : Jr 6 B3mmz t i # seems that several years ago when Pope was presi- tremendously successful and popular Daytona Beach Speed-

the Mercer kicker missed connections with the football. He 'Ii dent of the Florida Sportswriters Association, one of his way is up for sale. Too much competition in the future hintedas

also decided the Georgia player was offsides on the kick- S fit "- tPJ:' duties was to present an engraved plaque to Jim Rathmann the reason with large tracks reportedly to be built in

off because he had crossed the restraining line to knock --, .. _.: of Miami, the noted race driver. Rathmann had been named both West Palm Beach and Tampa. The story has it that

down the Mercer player holding the balL The kickoff, suchas by the scribes as pro athlete of the year in the Sunshine Daytona owner Bill France will turn his attention to sports

it was, had not gone the required 10 yards. In addition, State. cars and high speed course for them.

the referee also deduced that the Bulldog player was guilty was agreed on. Pope got the plaque put it under his desk until he could Personable Andy Pilney former Tulane head football

.of unnecessary roughness and tacked on a 15-yard penaltyfor Southern kicked. The right halfback got, the ball. He ran give it to Rathmann and thought no more about it coach, back in the limelight as a politician. He recently wona

that affray.All toward his mate, did a wonderful job of faking the hand- Meanwhile, the Herald began a move from its former seat on the Jefferson Parish (county) council. Pilney, New

of this brought then Georgia coach Wally Butts off and continued to run his pattern. home to its palatial current habitat Pope moved with the Orleans golf champion in 1960, is playing that game, too.

Florida Skipper Takes Aim c\lau: ..cmGOLf Mira-Trull Duel ForecastIn

At Power Boat Speed MarkBy use You leGS h POWPt.MMIMtJM 1 All-America Grid Game

WlNGI PbWE>Z ( )
DUK! FERGUSON [the "Daytona 37" record boat, The boat will be running 165 ROPER t..gGr< ACT1OMFOR BUFFALO N.Y. (AP) 'Tech and John Simmons of Tal- Leon Mavity, one of the

Associated Press Writer I but packs twice the number of miles off shore at the fartherest HIPS UUSr6C7\ CAM FART PUUUrvce,&,-THEN THE ARM; George Mira of Miami and Don :sa will do the catching. West's fullbacks from Colorado,

MIAMI (AP) Sitting quietly engines, horsepower and fuel point, Johnson said. LEGS tM&'CHIPTURN f&Ke OWR. Trull of Baylor, prize rookie has signed with Denver both as

1 in the water, the TX-41 looks II capacity. The 67-year-old Johnson an quarterbacks who are expectedto Tony Lorick, the subject of a a football and baseball player.

I deceptively like a docile 41-foot Built to withstand pounding Ohio born industrialist who owns sparkle in rival pro leaguesthis I dispute between Baltimore of Three Navy players, center

I sports fishing cruiser ready for I seas in the open ocean the TX- eight southeastern automobile fall will hook up in a pass- 'the NFL and Oakland of the Tom Lynch, guard Al Krekich

sailfish, marlin or tuna in the i 41 is powered by four turbo- dealerships, an executive air : 1 ing duel Saturday in the annual .AFL, will be in the West back. and end Jim Campbell, will play

Gulf stream. !charged engines, set in tan- service in Atlanta, a Florida ww1e All-America football game at field. The big running back from their last game for Hardin with

But when she leaves a Mi- dems, which generate more thoroughbred horse ranch, anda War Memorial Stadium. Arizona State will have team- the East. I

ami dock early Sunday, the TX- than 1,500 horsepower for a top Daytona Beach, Fla., boat ///1 i '. Sixty top college players have :mate Charley Taylor, signed by These midsummer night's

41 will change into a roaring, speed of 60 miles an hour. works and marine engine firm, 11' ore 70p 6fARf1VG XW/Y been divided into East and West Washington, as a partner.Ace games have been wild ones. The

mile-eating craft that could Johnson said cruising speedwas will head the crew of three. 1 squads for this fourth game of West won the first in 1961, 30-20,

take a large bite out of her own- 40 m.p.h. Last year's record He said the TX-41 has not ytY&N the series co-sponsored by the Linemen and the East came back 13-8 in

er's existing 1,257mileMiamitoNew run averaged a little more been stripped down for the rec- x American Football Coaches The West has such glamor the second game. Last year the

York open ocean record than 27 m.p.h. ord run. She is fully equipped Association and the Buffalo linemen up front as Scott Appleton West scored a 22-21 upset.At .

run. Added fuel capacity of 1,000 he said, and includes shock absorbers Evening News. AU players have of Texas and the Houston the latest count of the 60

Owner and skipper CharlesF. gallons will cut to two the num- on all instruments, radio completed their eligibility.The Oilers Bob Brown of Nebraskaand players 32 are headed for the

Johnson of West Palm Beach ber of sea refuelings, Johnson equipment, bunks and crew game will be carried on the Philadelphia Eagles, NFL 15 for the AFL, three for

says he hopes to cut more than said. Three were requiredlast seats to minimize fatigue. ABC television, starting at 8:30 Lloyd Voss of Nebraska and Canada and 10 have decided not

16 hours off the record of 46 year. Johnson's crew consists of p.m. EST. Gree. Ba and Carl Eller of to play pro ball or remain un
hours and 23 minutes his "Day- Refueling points were set up Minnesota and the Vikings. signed.Woodeshick.
Sam Sarra of Daytona Beach Mira signed by the San Fran-
tona 37" set last year. in the Atlantic, 10 miles south-
designer of the boat's production cisco 49ers of the National Foot-
of Charleston S. C. and
And from all appearances, east ,
I engines and sea fishing ball League, will play for the
he has a good chance. north of the Diamond Shoals
skipper Jack Stevens, West t A6'ME AOC7WN5WItdC East and Trull
squad signed by
The custom built $100,000'TX- light ship'on the North Carolina SE61NSr fAt.FWAY fCWt1'MELE&9 \ Says
Palm Beach. the Houston Oilers of the Amer-
( 41 is only four feet longer than coast. A'SSI51"' .nu: t.. &6 P COMe INTO FULl.I. '
t John will be the first this AND GENERA11N& AwE1GH1.5NIIr I ican Football League, will play
to make the run which was 11 MlSNPOUf' 11-IRU for the West.
) year 1"0tHG .eFl' -THATAMP PU9HEb"ridE AKM I

Gibbons Sparkles sportsman established Gar in 1921 famed tO TH&WPS'rNROUsi4 FINISH. r I Head Coaches He Didn't Win It

Pete Elliott of Illinois heads
Wood's time of 47 hours and
East assisted
coaching staff
15 minutes, which bettered the 10 c rc.w MILWAUKEE (AP) Hous. scorer's decision "awful" Although -
Hardin of and
by Wayne Navy
speed Pimies Win : Mtchetasea of Pittsburgh.I !
In j pftsssagtx train i& <&.at Knve, ,T8 iUS:3 t>S %h2 Wtat ) m. prntesi Barnay-rvs),.saD' be ) care bout vie-

was made in a l1l>-loot cruiser Twins :Devaney jf Nebraska John I Lag him a. \fc
J powered by two 450 horse- Tigers Nip Bridgers of Baylor and John' AcUng on Woo esblcx's com, up saves.

PITTSBURGH (APJoe himself before getting pulled in power converted Liberty air- I McKay of Southern California' plaint, the official scorer took. "Woodeshick called and 1

Gibbon turned in a strong pitch- the eighth-inning uprising. He craft engines.His will assist Devaney. the decision away from the 31- "me
I : reviewed ruling Hersko-
ing job and knocked in the deciding -held Pittsburgh to two hits over mark stood until 1962 star' year-old southpaw and awardedit my ,
Mira wits said. "On
On Pickoff Errortying a highly publicized the basis of his
when the late Sam Griffith of to Claude Raymond in thColts' e
Pitts- the first
seven innings.
run Saturday as at Miami of Florida throughouthis complaint I decided to change
Miami made the distance in run- 9-7 victory over Milwau
I burgh blanked Chicago 2-0. PITTSBURGH CHICAGO college career, will have my decision and awarded the
hours and 25 kee
ning time of 38 Friday nightAs
held the abrhM abrhM ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS run. Thomas went to third capable helpers in Jack Con- victory to RajTnond."
The big left-hander Schofield M 4 01 1 A'fitano 2b 3000 minutes with a stripped down the third Houston pitcher,
Cubs to two hits and went to Bailey 3b 3000 Rodgers tt 4000 his (AP) George Thomas raced on Bubba Phillips' fly out be- cannon of Boston College and I I
I Clement rf 4 0 0 0 Williams If 3000 31-foot Bertram. However, of Raymond, now 3-1, retired the
Stargell Ib-lf 3000 Santo 3b 2000 home with the winning run fore coming home on Shifflett'serror. Billy Lothridge Georgia :
. I the last out before giving way Lynch If 3010 Bank 1b 4000 elapsed time was more thaQ whenrelief Garland Tech. Braves in order in the seventh,, Ilaimiiiu Gets
to Al McBean, who came on CI'd'n pr-lb 0000 Cowan cf 3010 five days due to bad weather. pitcher but then needed help from r
Vlrdon cf 3010 Stewart 1 0 1 0Mazer'kl Shifflett threw at- I That The East's will
in the ninth Inning ph Power wildly on an rally wiped out a one-run running game
with two away Ott 3000Pagllaronl The American Boating Woodeshick after
2b 31 1 0 rf surrenderingtwo 2-Year PactSAN
I after Enie Banks reached c 2 0 0 0 Gabr*son ph 1 0 0 0 Association which took over the tempted pickoff, giving Detroitan :Minnesota lead built on HarmonKillebrew's make use of Duke's Jay Wilkinson in the The
runs eighth.
Gibbon p 3111 Schaffer c 3000 8-7 victory over Minnesota 22nd home run, a Pittsburgh's Paul Martha I
t base on an error. Jim Stewart Broglio p 3010 sanction of the race, later ruled Colts went In front with six runs
sin- Totals 31 S S 2 Totals 30 0 31 Saturday. I two-run blow in the sixth which Michigan State's Sherman Lewis FRANCISCO (AP-Alex

rapped McBean for a pinch Chicago ................... 000 000 coo- that all future attempts wouldbe scored Rich Rollins ahead of and Ohio State's Paul War-, in the top of the eighth making Hannum, whose coaching helped
gle but the reliever put down the Pittsburgh .....,.......... 000 000 Olx-2E based on the time from startto Minutes before in the seventh I field. Among the passing targetsfor Raymond the pitcher of record. raise the San Francisco Warriors -

mild rally. -Gibbon. 2. DP-Chicago 1, Pittsburgh finish and not actual r u lining inning Thomas doubled, scor- I him.Don Mincher's three-run homer Mira and his helpers are The scorer, Mickey Hersko- from last place to the West
drove across the 1. LOB-Chlcago 7. Pittsburgh time.Johnson. ing Dick McAuliffe with the witz of Houston awarded the
Gibbon Division of
ern championship
38-AAazeroskl, Schofield. SAmalf.tano. fast in highlighted a four-run third Bob Lacey of North Carolinaand
game's first run with a single in IP H R ER 18 SO and pace world DETROIT MINNESOTA which gave the Twins a 5-2 lead. Jim Kelly of Notre Dame.In victory to Woodeshick under a the National Basketball Association -
the business sports .
the eighth after Bill Mazeroski's Gibbon.McBean W..4-2......... 12-3 1-31 2 0 0000 0 2 5 often leaves subordinates hall Lump 2b brhbi 41l0VerSaII4s ts abrhW 4120 I Billy Bruton scored a key run addition to Trull, the West ruling which states that the last season, signed a two-
triple. Dick Schofield then, Broglio L.'" 3-4 ... 71-3 5 2 2 1 4 to Brown If 1210 Oliva rf 5000 ,in the Tigers' two-run sixth on can call on Dennis Claridge of pitcher of record need, not be year contract with the Warriors
...... his hard-pressed keep D'mTr ph-If 2010 Rollins 3b 5231
the McDanlel 2.J 0 0 0 I 0 age credited with the decision if he Friday.
tripled in pitcher. HBP-By Gibbon (Williams). T-2.20.Boys' he welcomes competition Kaline rf 4022 Klllebrew If 3222 Earl Battey's passed ball with Nebraska to handle the passing.Hal .
Gibbon, winning his fourth A-7.453. up says for the Chapman Trophyand Cash Freehan Ib c 5010 4001 Mincher Allison cf 1b 2120 5113 the bases loaded. Bruton had Bedsole and Willie Brown of pitches briefly or ineffectively. Club officials did not disclose

game in six decisions, gave up the record it represents.One McAuliffe Thomas cf*s 2 31 2 0 11 0 Zim'rman BaIley c c 2000 1000 doubled home Phillips, who also Southern California, Mel Profitof Woodeshick, now credited terms of the contract but said 1

only one hit through the front Club of his potential competitors Phillips 3b 5110 McCabe pr<; 0000 doubled. UCLA, .Dave Parks of, Texas with his 12th save, called the Hannum's salary was Increased. I
Regan p 2021 Kindall 2b 5021 I -- ,
seven innings, a single by BillyCowan is Gar Wood Jr., son of Bruton ph 1111 Grant p 3000
in the fifth. the event's originator. Finish- Fox p 2000 Hall Kostro 1010 1010 A

Ernie Broglio making his Wins TwiceThe ing touches were being put on Detroit Totals ..370114... .........Tttalt... .n 202 Jt wo 714-7 a .
first start for Chicago since being Wood's 58-foot custom built Minnesota _.......... .. 014 002 ooo-7

traded by St. Louis, turned Gainesville Boys' Club boat which will be powered by Detroit McAuliffe.10. Minnesota. Mlncner 12.Shlfflet. LOB- levi minutes behind
I _
converted SB-Regan Phillips. Bruton Thomas
in a sharp pitching performance swept a doubleheader in Central -two 1,400 horsepower Rollins. Mete 3B-Kaline, Versalles. HR- ----
World War II P51 Mustang Mincher (,). Klllebrew (22). McCabe.
Florida Boys' Club League SF-Freehan.
engines. IP H R ERBBSO the wheel of .
Belks Bids from Lakeland. Wood said he hopes to makea Regan .........32-37 s 5 3 3
Cladding!: ....... 11-31 0 0 1 2
Dickie Underwood slammeda try for the record later this Fox w. 2-0 ...... 31-35 2 2 2 2
Rakow ......... 231000 0
In Junior home run, Steve Johnson month. Grant ........... 5 0 0 3 4 5 The Incomparable Imperial
blasted a triple and single and Richard Bertram of Miami, Roland Shtfflett, U..0-2.......... 1 231 2 2 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 ::. 'lit\ ::'

Howard Rigg added a double builder of the Griffith's record Perry ..._ ... 1-30 0 0 0 0 '
Battle Pleis ,. .... 2 0 0 0 0 i'
Loop and single to back up ClaytonBroyles' boat, has indicated he may get Grant faced two' men in 6th. : is a wise investment

three-hit pitching in into the fray. Hugh Doyle of St. I PS-BatteV- T-3:30. -1M92. ..t.. 'ir'' !J a

I Belk Lindsey can scramble baseballrace first game 7.3.Gainesville Petersburg was said to be an- I ';'1'1 ,_}:,1., .
I the Junior League other eyeing the trophy..
Swim Team
tomorrow when it plays won the second ,u ,

leading Florida National Bank game :3-0) as lefty Terry Kite : ,
at 7:30 at Harris Field. set Lakeland down on five hits. SPORTSMANDIGEST Big
I Underwood Kite, Rigg, David i-c j
, Belks won two games last LEESBURG The Gainesville ..,
Nash and Ronnie Ray each had ? r I
I week to move up In the race. & Golf and Country Club
hits. Coach Joe Pelts' nine now &
It trails FNB by a game while l swim team competed in a meet
I sport a 4-3 record in league
Coca Cola, which meets CHANGINGU' S here yesterday with 30 teams j I
Knights of Pythias at 5:30 tomorrow play. & in the field.

is a half-game back. zZZCrlAMfiE .

The Cokemen_can regain the Alachua Play \" \1 Local swimmers placing In-
! 4- cluded the Kkinder medley relay -N- ____
lead with a win if Belks topplesthe ., )I.
Bankmen. To Resume I ... 'o. .. P. ...-.- girls, sixth (Martha Elfe, # iJ. 1
I '"' -.. :- Cindy Cross, Leslie Sloan and _,_,__ J-

JUNIOR' LIAOUBWLPct.. ... Prissy Barton); 11.12 medley relay CIDAA
ALACHUA Rained out last .. ...I. 0
Florida National Bank 3 1 .758 girls, fifth (Dixie: Cox, Dar- I
the Alachua Softball
Coca-Cola 5 J .400 Thursday,
Knights Belk-Und&ey of Pythtas J 2 I 2 .500.500 League will resume action ......, &,: :- yl Crow Edie Cofrin, Tam If you're considering the purchase of a car America's quietest car. And by far the ,

United Comm. Traveler... 1 4 ..209Tomorrow Tuesday when leading Milling LURES Hope); 8-under girls 25-yard costing more than $5,000, isn't it worth a superior road car in its class. '
TlU' W. IcMcNIe ta FISH ARE freestyle, Leslie Sloan, fourth;
of Pythlasi 7:30.- Coca-Cola vs.vs. Fieri-Knit Co.takes plays Legion.Lions and Copeland: IND USING trERaH1' TO WHAT YWHE 'lO-under boys 50-yard freestyle few minutes of your time to evaluate the If also the easiest to own American
da Wednesday National Bank.-5-3Q: Florida' National PUJQ-CASTING,OR SPINNING.' A* Lee Coates, sixth; 100-yard one totally new luxury car-The Incomluxury car. We'll prove that to you. Can I
Bank vs. Knights of Pytnlas. 7.30, Co Milling Co. holds a game FISH'S Apprrrre MA/CHANGE freestyle, Dixie: Cox fifth.
ca-Cola vs. UCT. edge on Copeland which was KXJR-TO-rlOUR,NOL IW I parable Imperial? you spare a few minutes today? \

upset by Lions last week. TO-DAV. The meet will continue Significant things have happened to d i

OptionedPITTSBURGH The rained out games of lastThursday AFTER= EFFORTS CATCHING ARE A FRUITLESS FISH FROM' through Saturday. Imperial It's America's most spacious car. / HJA4a will'be made at a
(AP) The later-- ?date.... > I THE ONLY RSH,OR THAT Cards SignST. \ We Wilt Not Be Undersold t
Pittsburgh optioned
of the International League Alachua Milling Co. $ I J33 LURE tf STRIKES DON'T
Copeland .2.641 RtWAKO A Louis Cardinals signed offensive
Saturday and recalled pitcher Lions j ] JJ3American LURES
Legion I S .147 TRY A DIFFERENT' LOCATION. tackles Irv Goode and Ernie WES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
Tom Sisk from the same club. This Week's Sche* U THE
TvtMayCopeland SAME APPLIES TO U81NCI McMillan and their No. 1 f
Cardwell has been bothered bya
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season for Pittsburgh Co.Copeland vs. Lions Lnten vs. Milling Thursday. 204 N. Main St. Open Evenings FR 2-2561 I

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(AP) Brooks in the ninth with three runs.I NEW YORK (AP-The) New

Robinson and Bob Johnson each I Johnson drove in the first run York Mets announced Saturday By JACK STEVENSON I ifornia, Fresno State and 1963 al title of the past three yearsin in Friday's preliminaries. mediate hurdles in 50.2.

.drove in three runs, leading the I and scored the last when Jones I they had singed Dennis Mus- Associated Press Sports Writer I champion Southern Californiawith their Hayward field. Les Tip- Ed Roberts of North Carolina I New York University's Gary

American League leading Baltimore -dropped Pappas' pop fly. graves, pitching ace of the University !- EUGENE, Ore. (AP) The 30 each.Villanova's ton won the javelin with a College was so close to Jeromein Gubner successfully defendedhis

Orioles to an 115 triumphover of Missouri, Big Eight University of Oregon captured Vic Zwolak set a throw of 249-10. His teammate the final that he also 'was' shot put title with a put of

Boston Saturday night. IOSTON NM Cam IALTIMORE champions, for the largest the National Collegiate Track collegiate and NCAA meet record -Gary Reddaway furnished the time in 10.1 and it took a phototo 1 feet,. 8 inches. John Ramboof

Robinson doubled borne two I Jones 2b-3b brbbt 5141 Brandt cf abrhbi 6 2 2 0 bonus they ever had paid. Championship Saturday In a in the 3,000-meter steeplechase big surprise with a best throwof pick the winner. Jackson Long Beach State cleared 7

runs in the Orioles' first I Conlflliara If 5 0 0 Adair 2b 5110 The figure was believed to be meet featuring the fastest 1,500- timed in 8:42.0. his life 246-1 to take second took third, also in 10.1. feet tt inch to win the high

Y'trz'skl cf 0 0 0 0 Powell If 4221 meter race ever run by col- with Ron Gomez third at jump and ex.Marine John Uels
and walked with the bases load Melias cf 2 0 0 Slebern Ib 4111 around 100000. Betters Mark Too Much Wind

ed in the third forcing in a run. William Stuart Ib Ib 20 1100 0 Robinson Savcrln II 3b 0100 1113 Musgraves, a 20-year old egians. He bettered the collegiate 232-8%. The wind was measured at es won the pole vault title for

Johnson singled three times, Thomas' rf 10 0 Ortino c 3200AM'IOIe .sophomore, posted a 6-1 record Oregon State's Morgan Groth, mark of 8:45.6 by Pat Traynor Those 24 points loomed largeall 2.9 feet per second for the 100 LaSalle by clearing 16 feet.
30 9010 J'nton3b S 143 I
each time sending a runner I Schilling 2b 2 2 Kirk* :f 4001 :during the regular season including the mile king a year ago, shattered of Villanova In 1963 and Tray afternoon and any thoughtof well under the allowable 6.56 Fast Relay

home.. I Mantilla Bressoud II ss 2110 2000P.;" 010 a no-hitter against Kansas the collegiate and meet nor's meet mark of 8:48.6. an upset was dispelled when but when Bob Hayes of Florida 1 Bob Tobler of Brigham Young

Milt Pappas had checked the c 4113 : State and a pair of two- records for the metric mile as Bobby May of Rice equalled Oregon's Canadian sprinter A&M won the 200 in 20.4, there I and Ulis Williams of Arizona

Red Sox on six hits until the I Moreheed Earley p II'2000 0 0 0 !hitters.A I he ran the 1,500 in 3:40.4.: the meet record in the 10-me- Harry Jerome captured the 100 was a 7.5 reading, too much for I State University finished the 400

ninth when Bob Tillman followed !- Cray p ph 1000 1010Nixon 6-foot-4 right-hander, and a The runner from Martinez, ter high hurdles with a time of meters in 10.1, equalling the the time to be record breaking.The meters in a' dead heat at 45.9.

two singles with a home Trials MS IIS Totals :M1112 native of St. Louis, Musgraves Calif smashed the NCAA meet 13.7 seconds.A mark is 20.5. in
meet, collegiate and American meet Illinois won the 440 relay
Batten ..... ...... ..... MO 001 004-5BMtlmaro
run and Dalton Jones homered. ................. til 000 0311 pitched a shutout over Maine record of 3:44.2 set by Oregon's crowd of 12,000 saw the records which he and Illinois' Billy Hardin of Louisiana 40. 1 with Jackson anchoring

The blow was Jones' fourth hit and dropped a 3-2 decision to Burleson in 1960 and also while California's mile
E-Jones 3. Stuart. DP-Boston 1. BaWImort Dyrol Ducks win their second nationReds Trenton Jackson also matched State won the 400-meter inter- relay
of the game. He also committed 1 LOB-Boston 7, Baltimore 11.JB Southern California 'in the collegiate cracked Burleson's collegiate' team took the title in 3:07.4.:
three errors. -Jones. Robinson.. Powell HR-Till- world series just concluded record of 3:40.9. I ,*I With the titles well divided

Two Boston errors helped the man Wi Jones (4). SF-KIrkland. at Omaha, Neb. Missouri All six place winners beat the Larry Kennedy of New Mexico

Orioles in their big first. Jones L. 5-7.0 IP H 3 R 6 ERBBSOMorehead 3 1 0 finished second to champion meet mark on the formula that I became discus king with a markof

threw the ball past first baseon Earley .......... 4 6 2 1 3 2 Minnesota. the metric mile Is 17 seconds, NCAA Track Summaries 185-2%, Tom Farrell of St.
Cray ............. 3231 3 2 5 4 will to the
report I
Jerry Adair's infield single, Charton ........... 1.30 0 0 0 0 Musgraves less than a mile. All could have John's took the 800 meters in
and Dick Stuart let Boog Pow P.ppahW,6-4... 10 3 S 2 4 Mets' Buffalo farm club in the been under four minutes for the 1:48.5, and Charles Craig of

ell's grounder get past him. Morehead faced 7 men In lit. International League next week. full distance. EUGENE Ore. (AP)-Summaries of the S -73.. Norm Tate North Carolina Col- Whitehouse. Notre Dame 14.1. 3, Norm Fresno State won the triple
HBP-By Pappas (Yastrzenukl). WP- The Mets also signed Kevin' N CAA track meet Saturday lece 503. 4, Gayle Hopkins. Arizona Johnson. Iowa State, 142. 4, Theo Vlitz
Baltimore ended its scoring Gray. T-2:50. A-12,184. Archie San Roman Jr., son JAVELIN-I. Les lipton, Oregon 502. 5, Christian Ohirl Harvard, 3. Southern California 14.2. 5. Cyler Thompson -jump at 51-8%.
Collins, a 17-year-old Infielderat XMOVi.. 2, Gary Reddaway Oregon.441V4. 6, Bob Daugherty. Tulsa 4"4Vi.3.000meter Houston, 14.2. 4. Steve Corfrlght,
School in of the great miler of yesteryear 3. Ron Gomez Oregon 23MV*. steeplechase, Vic Zwolak. Stanford 11.3.Final .
I't Technical High finished second in 3:40.8, '. Ed Red. Rica 2326. 5. Bob Brown. Villanova, 8:42.0 (collegiate and meet I team scores-Oregon 70, San Jose TRANSMISSION{
Springfield Mass. for a more San Jose 229-0. 6. Buck Klpe Washington records. Old collegiate record 1:454 by 40. California i 30 Southern California' 30.i
Grand Slam Aids followed by John Camien Emporia ,State. 225-2. Pat Traynor Villanova, 1963. NCAA record Fresno State 30. North Carolina College Slipping?
modest bonus. 440-Yard Relay-1, Illinois (Cllwyn Wilams 1:48.6 by Traynor. 1962). 2. Mike 28. Washington State 19V*. Brigham Young
State 3:41.0: ; Ben Tucker, Mel Blenheim, Mike Yavorsky. Uehner' Oregon. 8:50.4. 3, Bill Silver 17, Illinois 14. Villanova 14. Harvard 14,
Robin Lingle rentan Jackson) 401. 2, Fresno State, berg, Kansas, 8:53.4. 4, John Valiant Arizona 14 Northeastern 14. Rice 14, I MOTOR
300 Club San Jose, 3:41.4: ; 0.3.. 3. Southern California. 40.S. 4. Col- Washington State, 8:57.1. 9, Clayton Oregon State 13. Michigan 12. Long Knocking?
Missouri, 3:42, and Bob Day, orado, 407. S, Houston 41.6. 4, Oregon Steinke, Oregon. 9:00.5. 4, Ken Moore, Beach State 11, Bowdoin 10 NYU 10. i
State 42.3. Oregon, :02.1.. I New Mexico 10 LaSalle 10, Florida AIM I
Win AthleticsKANSAS SWllll1uersFinish UCLA, 3:42.1. Shot Put-I, Gary Gubner, New York liO-m Ur high hurdles. Bobby May. 10, Notre Darn 10 St. Johns 10, LSU Left Stranded?
by into the lead University 41-8. 2. George Woods, Southern Rice. 13.7 (equals meet record). 2, Pete 10. Don't Feel Blue
I Groth surged Illinois 40-434.( : 3, Carl Wallin. Northeastern -
High 'with 200 meters to go and stood 53. 4. Mike Berkowitz, Navy. We will overhaul any
51-0% 5 Don Castle Southern California
CITY off San Romani's threat.A 58-4. 6, Lee Johnson, Redland, 57-1014. transmission
(AP-Nelson) off reliever Marshall Bridges
1.500-meters, Groth, Oregon
Mathews' grand slam home run I for his third homer and second LEESBURG Gainesville one-two-three finish in the tate, 3.cO.4. 2. Archie Morgan San Romani. Ore- Twins Yanks Top $'OQ50

I did well in the sev- afternoon's first program the gon. 3:40.1. 3, John Camien Emporla for only & parts
capped Kansas City's six-run career slam. swimmers tate, ;3410. 4, Ben Tucker, San Jose.
first inning outburst Saturday enth annual Leesburg Invitational javelin throw, insured the team :4I.4.. 5, Robin Lingle, Missouri 3420. NO MONEY DOWN
I II 4, Bob Day. UCLA, 3:42.1.
night, and the streaking Athletics A bases loaded balk by swim which ended here victory of Oregon. 400-meters. tie. Bob Tobler, Brigham Easy Terms
I Young and Ulls Williams Arizona State, AL All-Star" TeamContinued 12.000 Milt WarrantyTRANSMISSIONS
Bridges and Segul's single 70
accounted -
went on to bury Washington, Saturday. The host piled up j.7. 3, Kent Bernhard Michigan 45.*.

8-2 behind Diego Segui's three- for the A's other two From the 300 Swim Club Jennie points to 40 for second place 4.Bill Dave Boyle.Archibald Notre Dame California.46.2. 4 46.0., Nick J, RSPAIREDV2BUILT

i hit runs in the third. Banks won the 50-yard free- San Jose. Following were Cal. Lee Morgan State, 44.4. MOTORS-Rebuilt. Overhauled-
pitching.A 1, John Rambo, Long I Shortstop-FregosI Los Angeles 141iAparicio.
10andunder.. High Jump- ( From Page 01) Superior Rebuilders
Farmer's Night crowd of Twilight Cam* style for girls Beach State, 7-li. 2, Gene Johnson. call- Baltimore, 72.
WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY Barbara Stainsby finished sixth ornla, 410. 3, Bob Keppel. Washington followed the batting Left field-Killebrew Minnesota, 129) I 376-0040
25,182, second largest of the abrhbi abrhbi. Post 16Splits State, 6-10. 4, Chris Pardee, Harvard averages Hinton, Washington, 97.
for the Athletics watched Blas'amt 2b 3 0 0 Causey IS 4110 !in the race. 610. 5, Roger OlSon. California. 44. 4, down the line in picking the Center field-Mantle. New York. 205 2017 N.E. 27th Are.
year Kennedy 4000 Green 2b 4010 swimmers and P.ul Stuber, Oregon 4-*. Hall, Minnesota, 47. I A Al Griffio EnterpriseWHAT'S
them score their eighth victoryin Hinton If 2000 Charles 3b 3111 Other 300 Club Discus, Larry Kennedy, New MexIco starters. They chose Killebrewfor I _Righ field Oliva Minnesota. 17'. Kaline I
Valentin If 2010 Colavito rf 4220 their finishes: I 1I5-2V. 2. Bill Neville. Occidental.
left his .262 batting
the last nine games. King rf 3110 Gentile Ib 2201 Pair 1I1-7. 3, Don Schmidt California. 175-0. despite --
Eigbt-and-Under '. Bob Akers. San Jose 17..-'. 5, Lloydetroelle
Skowron Ib 4112 Bryan c 3000 average, obviously becausehis
Chuck Hinton singled in the Brumley c 4000 Edwards c 1000 Bon ie Cal Poly 174-V4. 6. Don Hend-
fourth inning and Bill Skowron Lock cf 1000 Jlmlnez If 2100 25-yard butterfly, n ickson, Wisconsin 17211. 21 home runs lead the it ) 4S t
Brlnkman ss 3 0 0 0 Tartabull If 1000 Broyles 6th; 25 yard back- Of ContestsGainesville Pole Vault-1, John Uelses LaSalle, t' t-
followed with his 11th homer for Hannan p 0000 Mathews cf 3114 160. 2. Mike Flanagan Southern Call- league. "
0000 Segul 4011 stroke Bonnie Broyles, 6th. omia. 153.. Billy Pembleton Abilene
Bridges p p The includes catcher "
two of the hits off Segul, who Phillip ph 1000 hrlstlan 15-7. 4, Bill Self Washington runners-up
Zlm'ar ph-3b 1000 10-And-Under American Legion State. 15-9. 5. Rolando Cruz Villanova. Bill Freehan second base- I
evened his at 6-6.
Totals 28 2 3' Totals, 30077 50-yard breast stroke, Mary I 15-3.. 4, tie Bob Yard Washington State, ::
Kansas City knocked out Sen-I Washington .............. ooo }M ooo-i Post No. 16 beat Fernsdina I arid Bob Neutzllng, Ohio State, 15-3. man Jerry Lumpe and Kaline, ,
ators' starter Jim Hannan in the Kansas City .............. 402 000 00-1 Vincent, 5th; Jennie Banks, Beach 9-2 last night at Harris' M.S.800.Meters 2. Barry, Tom Sugden.Farrell Ohio, St. Johns Univ.,, all of Detroit Siebern and short-
individual medley
I 6th; 100 yard week :48.7.. 3, Bruce Bess, Southern California,
double Blasingame, Segul. DP-Kansas City Field to gain a split in its stop Luis Aparicio of Baltimore; i.
opening inning on a by 6th 100- 1:48.9. 4. John Garrison, San Jose,
I II 2. LOB-Washington 4. Kansas City 4. Mary Vincent. ; end baseball action. Friday 1:49.1.. 5, Ray Van Asten Oregon. 1:49.2. left fielder Chuck Hinton of
Dick Green'sbunt ,
Wayne Causey, 28-Causey, Colavito Charles. RH- yard freestyle relay, 300 Club 6, Noel Carroll Villanova, 1:49.4.
Mathews (3) Skowron (11). SFBryan.IP night Post 16 dropped a 54 decision Washington; center fielder Jim-
I single, a hit by Rocky Col. second (Banks, Stainsby, Vincent 200 Meters, Bob Hayes Florida A&M
H R ER BBSO here to Ocala. 20.4 (wind aided). 2, Ed Roberts, North mie Hall of Minnesota, and Mai- ,y :
avito and a walk to Jim Gen Hannan. L, 1-4 .. 1-3 3 .c .c 1 0 Carol Woodbury). Pete Roberts Carolina College. 204. :3, Harry Jerome.
tile good for one run. Bill Bry. Bridges ... 32-3 4 4 4 3 3 11-12 Jim Culpepper, Oregon, 20.4. 4, Dave Blunt Oregon, zone. I
Duckworth ..3 0 0 0 1 0 Age Group and John Combs each had two 20.9.. 5, Wayne Herman, Sin Jose, 20.'. Must Three
an's sacrifice fly drove in another Rldzik .......... 1 0 0 0 0 2 50-yard .backstroke, Judy 6, Earl Homer Villanova. 21.0. Play
I before Mathews connected SegUIW.6-6n... 9 3 2 2 5 6 2nd. hits last night in the win. CuI.pepper 100 meters-I, Harry Jerome, Oregon, All starters, except pitchers, kin
1//, Balk-Bridges. T232. A-2J.1S2. Banks is hitting .636 for five 10.1,(ties North American Carolina record college). 2,, Ed 10.1.Roberts 3.- must play at least the first three :;)

games; of which Post 16 has won Trenton Jackson. Illinois, 10.1. .. Darel innings unless injured. Going I

Venturi Wins U.S. two and dropped three. First Stebbins Newman., Grambllng Fresno State,, Lynn 5, Richard Head- into the 1964 game, the American

Open baseman Jack Eckdahl is hitting Icy Mile, Nebraska relay, -10.3.1. California (Atourschene League which once completely

.368. Dave Fishback For. dominated the series,
Ric- rest Beaty. Dave Archibald) 3074. 2.
loss to Ocala '
''I (Continued From Page 01)) the green in regulation ,two, he I the 13th 14th and 15th complete. ky In Guenther Friday's and Brian,Hipp 3:09.5.Brigham. 4. Young Nebraska., 3:09.0.3:109.3, S.Michigan Oreaon,.,. held only a 17-16-1 edge. '

'almost sank a 25-foot birdie :Iy smashed his hopes. tate,- 3:12.76._ Clemson- 3:13.4. --- The voting (first two places only were 3
had two hits each for Post 16. announced) '
fered low when he failed :
a new ,
400 meter hurdles-I '
putt. The ball skidded 18 inches Billy Hardin. Catcher-Howard, New York. 217; Free- ?
The stretch of holes
to get an invitation to the Mas- same Wayne Rick was the loser Friday -Louisiana State. 50.2. 2, Vincent McArdle, han. Detroit 39.
past the hole and he missed proved also the downfall of the winner Manhattan, 50.8. 3. Andrew McCray First base-Allison, Minnesota SO; Sie
ters. He had to beg his way into and Ed Pavelka North Carolina College, 50.'. 4, Kenneth ;:
bern Baltimore 59.
two coming back, three-putting for Palmer. He bogied four of five 'last night. teynard Pennsylvania, 51.3. 5, Anthony Second base-Richardson New York. 233; i 2
the Thunderbird Open
Lynch Harvard 51.4. 4. John Bethea.
his first bogey. roles Lumpe, Detroit. 29. # 4
stretching from the 13th will be
Next for Post 16 Morgan State, SIX
weeks ago In Rye, N. Y., but game Third base-Robinson. Baltimore, 220;
"The ball landed in a hole through the 17th. on Wednesday Triple lump-1. Charles Craig. Fresno Malzone, Boston. 21.
he finished fifth to set his come- at Leesburg State8 ._2, Les Bond, San Jose. Detroit $0.sending NEW IN SHOES?
back on the way. and it Jumped left when I With an old flair for the dramatic -night at 7:30. -
struck it he said later.
Palmer his fans
Venturi began his championship at FRIDAY CAME When buying steak you want a choice, prime cut of meat. The same
There was more tragedy thrill when he almost knockedin Gainesville Ocala
push in the morning-a the 18th-the beautiful lake hole a birdie on the 72nd hole. Butit abrh abi-li 30 0 Bunt to 6-4 thing should apply when buying shoes. Quality shoes are crafted from
McCall 3b
virtually forgotten man in the Gibson ss 410 4 1 0 the finest choice cuts of leather, and in fact much of this fine leather is
where crowd of thousands 411 Moore 2b
a was too little and too late. Eckdahl Ib
excitement over the Palmer- Guenther c 4 1 2 Sutton Ib 41 31 actually trimmed away to make certain that the fit and comfort is perfectfor

Jacobs duel-and for a while it lined the small hills on each I Venturi pounced on the oppor- Hipp Roberts! 2b cf 402 311 Ballard Morrow c ss 30 2 1 2 0 your foot. Here you see a styleful version of the popular moccasin-

seemed that he might carve out side.Venturi's ,tunity. After three-putting the Simmons 3b 401 Wisdom cf 200 Win LA front oxford in the new"Ancient Teak leather.This is just one of the
drive sliced into a Turl'ngfn If 200 Bowden If 10 0
the greatest round ever playedin sixth for a bogey, he got the Culpepper If 101 Glisson It 10 0 BOSTONIAN Sabres group. Available at
in the .
a major championship.Great clump of trees. Although shot back at the ninth and made Pauelka rt 100 300 Jennings Barrett rf rf 100 1 1 0 CORDOVAN SHADE AND BLACk$19.95SifwmnanJ.
rough and with a target, Combs rt
RoundHe poor the turn in 35. He sank a 12-foot Rick 2 0 0 Johnson rf 0 0 c) '
he lashed out to the front of the p Stevenson p 310 CINCINNATI (AP) Vada another across with a''
played the first nine holes putt for a birdie at the 13th, lost Totals 32 4 f Totals 13 S SGainesville
chipped and misseda Pinson smashed two home runs 1 single in the fifth. Howard
green, up 100 no 04Ocala
of the morning round in 30 five the stroke at the 14th where his I
003 Oil 0-4 but it scored in
four-foot putt. and John Edwards one, the fourth on JohnRoseboro's
under par, with a fabulous card second landed in a trap and
He was a shaky, disappointed I SATURDAY GAME took a squeeze bunt by pinch sacrifice fly.
showed six 3s and three 4s. in the of
that rest the
played par Gainesville! Fernandinaabrli
figure when he went to the club abeb hitter Pete Rose to knock in the
He sank a 10-foot putt at the way. Joe Nuxhall, who relieved
house. Culpepper 7 3 3 Bailey 4 401 deciding run as Cincinnati
first hole, rolled in from 15 feet Turhng'tn 7 100 Farrls 7 100 starter Jim O'Toole in the
Fortunes changed quickly in The crowd lining the hillsides EckdaM 3 321 Johnson 4 311 downed the Los Angeles Dodgers
at the second and from 20 feet him a tremendous ovation Gibson < 321 Cooper I 200 night. eighth, struck out five of the six 225 W. University Avenue
64 Saturday
at the third. He continued his the afternoon. gave Roberts 9 522 Schormas 7 301 men he faced.
Palmer started with a birdie when he banged his second shot Guenther 2 51 Cover 2 411 With the game tied 4-1,...Lee I- ------ -- -- -
brilliant pace with a 25-foot, Hipp 4 401 Miller S 400
the and a'' and Jacobs took a fat double out of a trap to the edge of the Rick 4 101 McDonald 3 201 Cardenas led off the Re<1S'
birdie at eighth
putt made a fine lag-up puttto Simmons S 420 Oliver 6 200 seventh with a double and wentto
shot to within eight bogey five on the short third green Combs 302 Rice 201
fine. chip
hole. Thus Palmer who had within a foot and sank it for Deas I 000 Giliman 9 200 third on a sacrifice bunt.
feet at the par five ninth, called Pauelka 1 400 Lancaster 5 100
hole." started the final round six shots his par and the second best K. J'hns'n I 100 After pinch hitter Marty
the "monster ad- round ever in the open. Alvarez 1 :I 0 Keough walked, Rose batted for
With another birdie at the back of Jacobs had cut the Mills Totals 34 2 < Beaa..sgaw@
to three. Venturi tipped his white hat Gainesville ... OC2.051.13x- Bobby Klaus and bunted Car-
headed for at leasta I
12th, he was Fernandina 001 001 809-2
Then Jacobs and Palmer both and smiled-a new man on a denas home. Rose was out at
tie of the 64 shot Friday by '
saw their games fall to the new career. first[ on the play. 4
and low Budweiser
Jacobs possibly a new with
Pinson opened the fourth ,
earth in tatters
steamy green
blue ribbon classic.
in this :
while Venturi, determined to Hikes his 10th homer and again led' .
But the heat got to him at the Wright
the sixth with a home run I ; :.
15th tee and he hit his first bad achieve the greatness once earmarked Drops PairPainter .

shot of the day-a drive into for him, continued to Tourney Lead that tied the contest. I
connected In the second -'
the rough. He banged his second split the fairways with his Poultry of Jackson- Edwards hit

into the rough also and bad drives, approach and putt beau- SUTTON, Mass. (APMickey -ville handed Budweiser a dou- after Don Drysdale I
with pitch.
Frank Robinson a
to scramble for his par. tifully. Wright, the long-hitting Texan : ble softball setback Saturday blows also -
At the short 16th, he trapped Jacobs played the front nine increased her lead to three: night at City Park, winning by; Both of off loser Drysdale, who

his tee shot but exploded out of the final round in 39, four strokes in the $10,000 Lady scores of 8-2 and 1-0. were .

difficult 10-footer at both Carling Eastern Open by shooting .. now is 96.Frank It's clear .
and sank a over par, getting bogeys The Jax team hit former Howard drove in two
for his But his the fourth and ninth. He also an even par 74 Saturday.The .
again par. come teammate Bobby Barnes, now a runs for the Dodgers, doubling!i the man's color If f -

back activities couldn't last. went over on the 10th, snapped round gave her a 36holetotal Budweiser hurler, hard in the in the fourth and I

Three-Putts back with a birdie at the second of 144 with a final U I opener. Jim Watson and Bill home one for summer isclay

On the 17th, after reaching but consecutive bogeys at rounds coming up Sunday a1 t Robertson had homers and Roger LOS ANGELES Night Cams CINCINNATIabrbbl

I I the Pleasant Valley Country, Strickland had three singles. .baM 3510

'* Club. Buck Benton and Bob Erwin, Oliver Griffith 2t 3b SUtKUus 4 1 2 0 Rose ph-2b 0 0 S 1w.o.VIscf4SsSHarir ,

had two nits each for Budweis. H 4510
: Three were tied for secon I T. Davis W 3 1 1 1 Pinson Cf 4222
I er. Howard ff 3122 Coleman Ib 3JOJParker
1 Almost with 147. They are Carol Manr I Ib 4QQ5jii50iih1b111S!,

Quit. of Towson Md., Marilynn Smitl:I mound The second duel between game Herbert was a. Roseboro ss c 3 3.0 0 1 1 0 Edwards Rottnscn C rf 3 3122 1 1 0TracfsM I II :

of Jupiter, Fla. and Mary MiH; I Dryvlal p 3 0 1 Cardenas si 3111 I
Burns of Painter Poultry and, wpn, 1S00BO'053 3050O'TooIep I

(Continued From Page 01) He had a doctor at his side of Ocean Springs, Miss. Bill McGee for Budweiser. The Keough Ph 0000 2000,i iI

and he staggered through the Miss Mann had a 76 Satur. visitors scored in the second on I NuxhaU 1000 S5S! JS
that seemed to wilt the old Ken 3304 Totals 30 1
heat at times if he walkIng and Mis. \
as were day Miss Smith a 73 ; Robertson hit bat
a single by
Venturi-he turned it on. Los AaOIlIS .. ........... 101 221 i i W'kIt's
from memory. Mills a course-record-equallin : ter, bunt and wild pitch. Gene' _.._- .._.__ /fJY -
Ken shot a 66 in the morning Relentlessly,Venturi stuck the 70. Miss Wright and Miss Manr I Ritch doubled and McGee sin-, DP-U Angeles*. 1.dnclnMti GIn--I'iI' a clean, masculine new coloring
LOB-l.os .uge1eS I
round, in heat so suffocating be dnNtt 1. that most men will find flattering. 'TJ/ ;
pars on the board and let the record. .
also share the gled for the Gainesville hits. \
almost blacked out on the 15th brOffWHRPir oft Tailored by "Deansgate" of 65% / --
others fall the JB-Moward. I II
by wayside. Painter Poultry 002 130 %-8 8:
hole. (1H. Edwards U). Tracewskl. 2.1 I dacron and 35% cotton in a fine poplin : 't :
Eventually, he came to the Budweiser 000 110 0-2 Bom. SP-Rosetooro.If. 4 I
I figure I Natural I shoulder construction. :
"Oddly enough, TyinAlisonDuo H ERBBSO weave.
18th hole to finish in
Drew and Barnes and, :
Hobby: ,
would today right on the ; Drysdaie.L0I..41-34 S S 2 4 Also available in and olive in
go navy
seven strokes-three over par Advances Erwin. Perranoski ........ 333 1 1 5 S ( '
first hole," Venturi said. "I hita -to win. He hit his second intoa 8Jwn ..- i S o o 1 2''(:: regular. long and short..545,00
Painter Poultry 0100000-11 O'TooZt.W.6-3..7 4 4 2 4 :, o
putt there for a birdie and I ... -
up trap beside the blasted .Mirahatl _d..- .X 5 S 003
green, Budwesier 000 000 0-0 :2 -
CHARLOTTE N. a The Pcrranoskl faced 2 In Oth.HBP .
it hung on the lip for a minute men -
out to a couple of feet and got women's doubles Burns and Hobby; McGee and By Drysdal (Robinson). BatkPefTWMMkL -
and then fell in, and I said to down in top-seeded T-20U A-24.559.

myself, 'Let's go.' par.Venturi's team of Alice Tym Gainesville, Erwin. _
278 tied the second
Venturi bad six 3s on the first Fla. and Roberta Alison Alej >

line and finished in a record- lowest score ever made in the, ander City, La., advanced witha Cops Event W Race Victor ::1.

tying 30. open. 6-4, 6-4 victory over Ray- : : $JgIIIOI a.

"It was the best nine holes But there will be no bid for a monde Jones and Sara Mae OCEAN PORT, N.J. (AP) STANTON, DeL (AP-Shel.I

holes of golf I ever shot in my grand slam for Venturi this Thurber Saturday. I Latin Walk won the $16,800 Re- drake, owned by Mrs. Marion: : '

life" he said. year. He was not invited to the The Tym-Alison duo top two gret Handicap at Monmouth du Pont Scott barely lasted to I: ..

But the big pressure was still Masters-the scene of his two women players in the South-' Park Saturday by a head over nose out Calumet Farm's Kentucky FREE PARKING ON 1st FEDERAL LOT I

ahead and Venturi started the disasters-failed to qualify for, eastern Conference will meet the favored ,Look Ma. Best Jug in the $41,300 Leonard -! W. AvenueCT""Ii
225 University
final round two strokes behind the PGA, and did not send in Carol Soothmayde and Chris Course was third, six lengths Richards Stakes at Delaware -I _:

Tommy Jacobs. his entry to the .British Open. Safford in the finals Sunday. I behind. Park Saturday. -Ii't



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04_ Gainesville Sun Sunday, 'June 21, 1964 .

Unbeaten California Rows I Cepeda Belts Two}

To National Crew Crown Giants Top CardsST.

LOUIS (AP-Orlando Ce- slashed a double and three

: By HERBERT PELKEY varsity final of the Intercol-I fifth and Navy sixth and last in peda clouted two home runs 'ingles, driving in two runs and
: Associated Press Writer legiate Rowing Championships the 2,000-meter l"-mile- and Harvey Kuenn belted five scoring three altogether.Bob .

: SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP-Cali- on Onondaga Lake. Cornell's defending -:sprint. hits, including a homer, as San Hendley, who held the

: fornia's unbeaten Golden Bears champions were third in California, stroked by Steve -- Francisco trampled St. Louis .Cardinals hitless for the first

: grabbed the lead near the start the six-crew race. Johnson, was timed in 6:31.1.: ; 14-3 Saturday with a 20-hit at four innings, was touched for a

and high-stroked to a two-length Princeton was fourth, Massa- Washington was clocked in y tack.Willie I tw-run homer by Phil Gagliano

victory over Washington in the chusetts Institute of Technology I 6:37.8, Cornell 6:40.3, Princeton Mays added a homerfor 1 in the eighth.SAN .

6:459 MIT 6:47.1 and Navy the Giants, his 21st.
6:51.5.: Nine of the Giants runs were abrhbt abrhbiuenn

Colts Use Brave Ninth TriumphIt **vu><.*U joncJJf* }*Ktt unearned. Dick Groat's wide Lanier If 2b 4352F100dCf 5123 Groat IS 4000 3000
was the ninth varsity IRA A \ i r i J** throw on Jose Pagan's grounder Cepeda Ib a 2 2 3 Buchek ss 1 1 10
White Ib 2000
.. triumph for the Golden Bears ? in the sixth inning led to five Mays Peterson cf 5221 101 Gagliano Ib 2112

and their third under Coach Jim runs. The Giants scored three Snider rf 2110 Boyer 3b 3010
3 0 0
.Alou ph If 4 1 1 1 James If
-emmon, who took over in 1960emmon's runs in the eighth after Jerry Haller Sl2OBrockrf 4120
Bobbles to Win D'enport 3b 4 0 3 3 Javier 2b 4021
crews also won in Buchek fumbled 00
Mays' grounder. Pagan ss 4111 Uecker c 4 0

.. 1960 and 1961. San Francisco's last run, in Hendley DuffalO p p 3100 1100 Hobble Long ph p 1000 1 0 0 0

The smashing triumph made the ninth, was also unearned,i WOrk ph rf 2 0 0 0
: MILWAUKEE AP The flies in their seventh 44 14 20 14 Totals 34373
( ) Totals
registering the Golden Bears one of the out- scoring with the help of a Francisco........... 100 315 131-14
: Houston Colts made the most of victory in 11 meetings with Milwaukee standing favorites to win the dropped fly ball by Charlie St.Sa"Louis ................. 000 III 020-3.
Buchek James. OP st.Louis
E Croat.
U four hits and Milwaukee's this -
slop season. Olympic berth in the trials at James. 2. LOB-San Francisco t. St. Louis

4 py fielding in beating the stag Milwaukee starter Tony Clon- the Orchard Beach Lagoon in Cepeda opened the fifth witha 6- Lanier, Kuenn. Davenport. SB-
gering Braves 3-2 Saturday.The inger was the victim of poor New York July 8-11. Dodgers SquadThe homer and connected with Brock. HR-Kuenn (3). Mays (21) Ce.
peda 2 (10). Cagltano (1). S-Hendley..P
Colts scored on a support in absorbing his sixth
Earlier, Wisconsin won the one on in the sixth after Hal SF-Pagan.

bunt and a pair of sacrifice loss. The victory was earned by freshman title by threequartersof Dodgers are one of the teams in the Seminole loop at the Boys' Club. Lanier cleared the bases with a W. "' .. 6. 5 H 1 RERBBSOendley 1 2 4

Don Nottebart, his second Brown with] Duffalo ...... ...3 2 2 2 0 ,
a length over three-run double.
Liston Pick-
from left Toomes Fred Pace Steve
Front are Bobby Berry
defeats. row, Hobble L, 1-5 ... 3 2.3 7 4 4 2 2
against seven Columbia third. Washington's ren, Chuck Anderson, David Sponberg, Michael Weber. Back row, from left, are Besides his homer, Kuenn Cuellar .. .. 1 1-3 2 1 1 0 0
Ed Diddle The Colts picked up a run inthe favored Huskies the Spring ... ...... 2 5 5 0 0 0
captured Paul Lambert, Steve Thomas, Jody Druash, Glenn Whittington, Lamar Har- Bakenhaster .. 2 6' 0 I I
third when Felipe Alou junior varsity title by about one Godwin. Sun WP-Dufflo. T341. A-20644.
rison and Freddy ( photo).
Hendley faced 2 men In 7th. _
missed Bob Lillis' linerin
sinking length over California, with Cornell Native Diver
Resigns As left center and the ball rolledto third.

the wall for a triple. Notte- With a second in the varsity,

Cage Coach bart then bunted Lillis home. a first in the junior varsity anda Northern Dan cer WaltzesTo Surprises In MipW o

Houston came from behind in, fourth in the freshman championship -

the seventh. Joe Gaines led off Washington won the $55,000 RaceBy JlEQUiReM I V

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (APEd ) with a single and stole second, Jim Ten Eyck Memorial Trophyfor PAINTflYK.W

Diddle, who has won more Mike White then singled and the team title. Queen's Plate VictoryBY BOB MYERS .

games than any other college took second as catcher Ed Bailey 41 Strokes Associated Press Sports Writer

basketball coach at a single let the throw from the
outfield Although they rowed into an INGLEWOOD.. Calif. AP-)

school, announced Saturday his get away. eight-mile headwind, the Cab ORLO ROBERTSON Hartack's urgent message and returned $18.40 and $3.90. Grand Front-running Native Diver, I ,,pw

retirement from coaching.He Bob Aspromonte scored fornians maintained a high beat Associated Press Sports Writer swung to the outside to start his I, Garcon, who owns the distinction -overlooked by a crowd estimated ,-

gave poor health as rea- Gaines with a sacrifice fly and most of the way and raised ito TORONTO (AP) Northern bid for triumph before 31,2281 of being the only Canadian at 50,000, held off the patented i

son for stepping down after 42 White scored the decisive run 41 strokes a minute in the Dancer tossed a scare into his home folks. conqueror of Northern Dancer stretch run of Mustard Plas-

t years at Western Kentucky, on Rusty Staub's fly to left. closing 500 meters to win going followers for nearly three quar- last September, paid $2.40 to ter Saturday to win the $55,200

where he compiled a 759-302 rec- Lee Maye drove in both Milwaukee away. I ters of a mile Saturday and The Dancer stuck his nose in Inglewood Handicap at Holly- ., .

ord. Only two other college runs with a single and The Bears used the shovel then applied the pressure for an front coming around the final wood Park. ', ,".
coaches won more than 700 a double. bend, quickly opened up a one- show.Olden
oars made famous by Germany's -easy triumph over seven other Jockey Ismael Valenzuela on \'.
games, Phog Allen, who HOUSTON MILWAUKEE great Ratzeburg crew. Canadian-foaled 3-year olds in length lead with onequartermile TimesImpressive the South African import, Colorado -

coached at two schools, and abrhbi ...abrhbi The regatta was run off under the 105th running of the $74,075 remaining and then pouredit King, promptly put in a
Spangler If 4000 Alou cf .3210
who has 705 victories Hartack hand rode the
Adolph Rupp Fox 2b .... 4 0 0 0 Mathews 3b 4 0 1 0 sunny skies with the temperature Queen's Plate at Woodbine. on, as protest against Mustard Plasteron
at Kentucky. Gaines rf 3120 Maye If 4 0 22 popular little colt through the
White cf _.2110 Aaron ...'.". 40 1 0 in the 90s. Next to last after onequarterof a charge of cutting over on

Diddle athleti will remain Western Staub Aspro'nte Ib 3b..3001 3 0 0 1 Torre Bailey Ib c .... 401 4020 0 In the freshman championship a mile, last after one-half home stretch.He I' In VictoryCHICAGO his horse in the stretch. k caitsiet

as Bateman c 3000 Menke ss .. 3000 Wisconsin's youngsters, mile and not much better after hit the end of the 1%- The stewards, after viewing
Succeeding him will be John- Llltis ss .3110 Bol>!ng 2b 300 0
Oldham who hired Nottebart p 2 0 0 1 Carty ph 1000 rowing smoothly and powerful-i three-quarters of a mile, the miles, 7% lengths ahead ofangcrest. (AP-Rex Ellsworth's -films of the race, disallowed the

earlier ny this as was a special Clooinger Oliver ph p 1000 3 0 0 0 ly, showed plenty of poise in Kentucky Derby and Preakness a 50-1 shot owned byS. Olden Times carried foul.Jockey BUY HOW
year Totals 27343 Totals 34212 winning. I winner answered jockey Bill Jerry Lambert the
.1 assistant. Oldham was to have Houston 001 000 200- J. Langill of Montreal. F. A. top weight of 125 pounds to an put
Milwaukee Sherman's Grand Garcon of pressure on Native Diver in the
become head coach after next 001 SiC 000- impressive victory in the and Save
E-Bailey. DP-Houston .
1 final rush to the wire the
: season when Diddle reachedthe LOB-Houston 3. Milwaukee 7. Toronto, a gigantic animal $111,300 Illinois Handicap at Arlington -
2B-Maye. 3B-Lillis. SB-Galnes 2. Bailey the diminutive North- 5-year-old California gelding
alongside :
Bob Leads Saturday.
mandatory retirement age S-Nottebart. SF.Aspromonte, Staub Taylor took the OVER 20%
- of 70. IP H R ER BB SOottebart. era Dancer, trailed by another Although eased near the finish Inglewood Handicap
+ W. 2-7 I 2 2 1loninger. 5 I ,for the second
4* lengths for third as straight year.
Diddle became emotional as L. 54' 4 3 2 3 4 money by jockey Bill Shoemaker, 1
: HBP-By Nottebart. Menka. T-2:OS. A Pierlou, the second choice, Olden Times finished IV : The time for the 11-16 miles
: he announced at a news conr 6619. lengthsin SPECIAL LOW PRICEon
wound up a disappointing fifth. front of Babington. was 1:413-5.
ference that the decision to retire Mets Over Phils
Admiral Vic third two Native Diver returned $26.80, famous
-4 was his own and that he i Northern Dancer, carryingthe ran I
$12.20 and $4.80.
- had asked the university for Trojans Cop silks of E. P. Taylor's Wind- lengths behind Babington and a I Mustard Plaster paid $7.80 PittsburghSUNPROOF

\ permission to retire at the earli- NEW YORK (AP)-Bob Taylor -the victory although he needed fields Farm, was clocked in neck clear of Gamin. II and $3.80 and Mr.

est possible date. Diddle had NCAA Net drove in four runs with two' help from Al Jackson in the 2:021-5 for North America'soldest Bounding Main, Admiral'sVoyage who was ,the betting Consistency favorite ,

| heart attacks in April and was home runs and added a pair of seventh. The pudgy righthander horse race. The time was and Tamao, the second an with Aldershot as
hospitalized for several weeks. the New York Mets I choice, completed the field in entry paid
singles as saw an early 3-0 lead only one-fifth of a second off $2.40 for show. Colorado
His teams went to the National Title AgainEAST defeated the Philadelphia Phil- evaporate when the Phils scored the event record. He earned that order. was fourth. FOP. UMITED TIME ONLY1

r.. Invitationa] ,Tournament seven lies 7-3 Saturday, snapping an once in the fifth and tied the $49,075: and boosted his career Olden Times was timed in
T' times and the NCAA Tourna- eight-game losing streak. in the sixth 1:344-5 for the mile.
score on Roy Siev- earnings to $580,647 on 14 victories -
4 ment seven times and'the NCAA LANSING, Mich. (AP) ers' two-run homer. in 18 outings.As The winner earned $66,300 to Cedar Key
. -Southern California swept the Joe Christopher also hit two
Tournament three times. They I The Mets add to previous season's earnings -
regained the lead in
- were champions of the Ohio Val singles and doubles final Saturday -home runs for the Mets, who.1 their half of the sixth when Ed the outstanding choice in of $114,785. For his career, Wins Again t5QJREG.

ley Conference '11 times in 15 to win its third straight collected 16 hits off four Phillie Kranepool cracked a two-out Canada's most colorful horse the 6-year-old son of Relic has

'- NCAA tennis crown. pitchers. Dallas Green, who Northern Dancer paid earned
years captured 21 other ,
single that
scored Amado NEW YORK
1 (AP) Cedar
championships in smaller con Southern Cal's Dennis Ralstonwon succeeded starter Dennis Bennett Samuel from third. The $2.30, $2.40 and $2.10. Langcrest Olden Times paid $4.60, $3.60 who
i triumph Key,
only ran in
ferences. the singles title in straightsets in the fifth inning, was and $2.80. Babington returned
squared Fisher's record at 5-5. a $6,500 claiming the .
race, won
and then teamed with Bill charged with the loss. $12 and $5.40. Admiral Vie
A crowd of 18,004 boosted the $28,850 Bowling Green handicap I
Bond for the doubles also
Small Wins in straight sets. Jack Fisher was credited with Mets' attendance to 696,719 in Kiwanis Plays paid $3.40.1It. I at Aqueduct Saturday. I $795

25 home dates.PHILADELPHIA .
Ralston downed Marty Ries- The 4-year-old gelding set a I

sen of Northwestern 6-4, 6-4, 6-1 NEW YORK Two Foes In Carmel, stakes record of 2:413-5 for the : : .
NCAA Golf Rebels Win abrhbi abrhbi 15-8-miles over the
in the singles final. grass
T. Taylor 2b 4 0 1 1 Hickman rf 2 0 1 0 PHONE
Briggs Cf 3010 Kranep'l Ib 5021 Bartley WinMt. course. r
Ralston and Bond took th
:allison rf 4000 Hunt 2b 5020 Major LeagueKiwanis FR
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. doubles crown with an 6-2, 6-3, Over BearsRebels Allen 3b 4010 Chr't'her If 4222 Carrying top weight of 130 \ \"\\ \'
Herrnsf If 3 1 1 0 C. Smith ss 3 1 1 0 Carmel downed Greater pounds, including jockey Man- __ .\ 2.-4361
(AP-Terry) Small of San Jose 6-4 win over Art Ashe and Sievers Ib 3112 Kanehl cf 3000 gets an opportunityto 1
State survived an afternoon rally Charles Pasarell of UCLA. beat Bears 13-5; Pan- Dalrymple' e 3 0 0 0 R. Smith c If 2110Trl'ndsph.clOOOC.yzaro 0000 move ahead in the Major Bethel 13-27 and Bartley Temple uel Ycaza, Cedar Key paid $7, .
Pleasant 8-7 in and
Mt. $4.50
by Kansas State's Jim Colbert -, The two victories on the last thers edged Rockets 14-10; Pioneers Wine ss 1 0 0 0 R. Taylor c 5 2 4 4 League baseball race when it nipped $3.40.
Rolas ph-ss 3120 Samuel 3b 4130 Church He finished
Friday League gamesat 3% lengths ahead'
and won the NCAA Golf day gave Southern California a nipped Jets 15-14, and Bennett p 1010 Fisher p 2000 plays twice at Harris Field
Tournament 2 and 1 25-24 UCLA which C'vmgfn ph 1 0 0 0 Jackson p 1000 Lincoln field. of Irish Dandy who returned $8
Saturday. margin over Raccoons walloped Buffalos 22-8 Cater phf 2000 this week. McCOYBUILDING
Seven in the first and and !
runs $5.40. Chicoco finished third
Small, who had a 6-up lead settled for the spot. Totals 33 3 I 3 Totals M 7 It 7
runner-up in Salt League playat
Pepper Philadelphia ..... ....... trick
000 012 000-3 The Kiwanians meet Exchange -six in the third did the another five lengths back, and
at one time during the morn- the Boys' Club.Outstanding New York ................ 003 001.3flx-7E
Club and faceBoys's for Mt. Carmel. Three runs in paid $5.80. Will I Rule the SUPPLY
ing, saw the margin shrivel to -Allen. DP-Philadelphia 2, New Tuesday second -
DirectorCHICAGO players included York 1. LOB-Philadelphia 7, New York Kiwanisis I the third provided the winning choice finished
a single hole after the 31st. 12. Thursday,. eighth. CENTER
Jefferson and Marty Mis- -Rolas, Samuel. HR Sievers edee for Bartlev Temole. Cedar
The 20-year-old youngster then Tony (4) tied wIth Rotary wnicn plays Key earned $18,752 for
won the 32nd with a 12-foot (AP)-oohn Bunn, ner of Raccoons; John Whar- Christopher Smith s-Briaos.2 (7),Fisher R. Taylor R. 2 smith.(2). SB- only once this week, going ML: Carmel" 706 0-13 owner Jerry Basta of New York I NORTH MAIN

birdie putt and closed out the former basketball coach at ton and Mike Hopson, Buffalos Bennett ........ IP 4 H 7 R 3 ERBBSO 3 1 3 against Exchange on Thursday -Greater Bethel 102 4- 7 and upped his career total to,

match with a one-foot par putton Stanford and Colorado State ; Donnie Crist, Bears; Ril- Green Baldchun L, .1-1............2 1234 5 1 3 1 3 2 2 2 4 Perry and Williams; Scott and 1238,107 of which he has earned; AT 23rd BLVD.

the 35th. College, was named as the executive -ey Deen, Tommy Douglas, and Fisher. W, W '". 42.37 3 3 1 2 Lewis. $154,914 in eight races this year.'
director of the U.S. Jeff Summerlin, Rebels; Mark Jackson ....., 2131 0 0 1 1 1 Only one game separates the 11.11. Pleasant 024 10-7 -- --
For the day Small was even HBP-By Fisher (Herrnstein). T-3:10.
Broad. Basketball Federation Satur- Elliot and Mike Issac, Rock. A-18,004. five clubs in the loop in an un- Bartley Temple 323 0-8

par moor over course.the 7,112-yard Colbert's three- day.The ets; Gus Melchert, Jerry Maul- usually tight race. McDonald and Ross; Ezell and This is the camper

under-par round in the after federation movement in din, and Mike Martin, Pan- Three Yanks Kiwanis Rotary Scott.

basketball, track and field, thers Britt Mims, Doug S abrk abrk the
noon left him three over for the ; Puckett 2b 301 Schenck rf 22 1 causing stir
gymnastics and baseball repre- Smith, and Tom Singleton, Pioneers -i Simmons 3b 210 Clark 2b 200
holes. Has
35 Chi Chi
Mari Advance In Branch c 200 McCatl'tr b 211
sents a collegiate and prep ; Eddie Rutherford, Ryals ss. Ib 202 Parker ss 300Culbreath
school rebellion against ama- shall Hughey, and Larry Stan- p 200 Bender c 200 in campsitesacross
Bowling Davis Ib 20 0 HUtZ If 20 0WIrth
teur athletic union controL ley, Jets. i French Golf cf 200 Hough 3b 010 To Quit Meet
Brown If 100 Beug cf 121
ResultsWED. I Mansolo rf 200 Sherman p 111 the
-.,. ""' ''' -''' $ countryJust
Ill 3 Totals 1574 WASHINGTON AP Juan
<& '''t DEAUVILLE, France (AP- Totals ( ) -
NIT! :*
out of 15 outs
MIXEDW Sherman struck out 14
L'. ,.,,'<',. ..... ..., \ Jimmy Bostwick of BrookviUe, won by (Chi Chi) Rodriguez, Puerto Rican -
Tam 10 U '..w ,>;'t.h' forfeit.MAJOR
Turn 3 "* ..'" .'.."'S'...',..:, Turn i 12 f and the U.S. Open Golf Championships -
Turn II Boyd J. O'Donnell of W L Pd.
Team 9 ,11 11 J : Beverly Hills, Calif. gained the Rotary Kiwanis 3 32.400 2 .MO Saturday after six holes of
Team S ,
Team 4 ov1 ,* quarter-finals of the French Boys' Club 2 3 .500 the third round.Rodriguez .
T..m 4 11 Le Exchange Club 2 3 .400
Team S 12 Amateur golf championship Sat- Elks 23.400 re-injured his right
Team J 713 wrist, which has been troublinghim
Tewn 7 7 13 urday. TMs Week's Schedule
Turn 4 U They were joined by two for several months. He did
SUMMER Tuesday-5:30. Exchange vs. KIwanis
CLASSICW L Frenchmen including defending 7:30 Elks vs. Boys' Club. not turn in a card for the first
Thursday -S JO. Boys' Club vs. KlwanUi -
Turn No. 5 !! S
Turn No. 1 champion Patrick Cros; two 730." Exchange. Rotary. six holes.

Palm Lanes 13 U 11 10 Britons and a Belgian. Henri de i -

Vetr NYLIC n*' C\NIIlftg Srvkt 12 12 Lamaze of France, an 11-times' HUSKY, 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER
Team No. 10 10 U
Team No. 3 10 UTeam winner of the title, was elimin
t 15 I
Team No. 1 ated. THE ISLANDER6WhMl
Team No. 7 15 The two finalists will meet in We
Vet. Clean. Ser. 4. Team No. 1 (0): Team a 46-hole match Monday. I
10 (OU Palm Lane
No. I (4) Team
Team No. (0); Team No. S (3)' NYLI Bostwick eliminated J. A.I
(UI Team NEWCOMERS No. 3 (3). Team No. 7 (1). Flaoerti of Britain 6 and 4 and RepairAll
L i r then ousted William P. Castle- .
Team No. 11 11 \ _
Team No. 10 3 man of White Sulphur Springs, .
Te.mP4o.5 I W.Va. the of the
Team No. 2 I 6 and 6. sight
Team No. 3 7 Persons defeated Jeremy
Team No. 1 *
Te.mP4o. < Lowe of Britain, 5 and 4 in the FLORIDA

Team TeamNo.7 No. 12 57Team S 7 'T third round. Lowe had won his \ Cut Cuttin.f 2ime I Makes
Team No.No. 4 I 2 3 10 second round match by default tV put you a of

TumP4o. t 3 10 over Pat Brady of Reidsvflle,I t

Team No. t (3).RESULTS Team No. 7 (1) Team I_ N.C. in the second round Person I MYERS POWER TOOLS RELAXATIONcome
No. 3 (3). Team No. O); Team No. 11
(3). Team No. 4 (!)> Team No. 2 (S). defeated France's GastonD'arcangues ft
; Team No. 2 (n, Team No. 5 (2k Team 2 and L in and let hair dozen a%
No. 12 (2) Team No. 1 (2). Team No. 2 230 N.E. 16th your
(2). ------ O'Donnell won his second Avenue
Summer Jr. Sr.
W L Wins ,TourneyAlice round match by default over

Sandbaggen Bombers .- "- 3 3 : 1 1" Clarke Harwicke of Surfside, Phone FR 6-3411 SIMMONS SERVICE Inc.

No.5/xpoctabes) $ .. 2 31 2 Tym, wife of Gator tennis ace Bill Tym, won Fla. and then edged L. E.

No. 7 .. .**'23. a.recent: Alabama.tourney in :Mobile and presently is Evans of Britain 1-up. MYERIDI8E"ER/ 70013

Cotter Pros Dusters 13 i 3 readying for a summer tennis tour around the country. In a second round match SALES and RENTAL

; Hornets RESULTS** ;1 2, The Tyms play together in mixed doubles event.. Baron ,Paul Rollin of Belgium, 904 E. University Ave.

Sandbaggers Ousters 11 3,Bombers Pros 1|X No.Hornets 5 (3)i 1;Cutter Uiwxpectablu Bill competed in the NCAA tourney,last week. (Sun downed Woody Mullen of West-: GAINESVILLE PH. FR 6-3534

a t No. I (2J. photo). bury, N.Y., 3 and L i!

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SundayJune 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun C5

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I I ? Those Nine'Red' Flags > JACU ___


Travelers on U. S. Highway two years ago when the Thus, he made it possibleto rolling country, rich in palm

\I r 441 probably shake their wheels in Ulmer Hawkins' teach units in golf for both trees.

F heads in bewilderment as they head started to turn. girls and boys. The girls play Enthusiasm

notice nine red flags dotting Hawkins, a former Alachua during PE class for three already has

,. the Santa Fe High School resident who now is pro at a weeks for a unit and the spread through Hawthorne, ..jYCtWI
boys with 200 I k5
persons signing up --- 1 ft
landscape. Miami course designed and
participate for a month. .
for memberships in all of the
I It's sort of unusual to the built the par-3 layout. Two tourneys are scheduled recreational phases.Emerson ; ? w

unknowing eye. Four holes measure be- each year, one for students

Directly below those extended tween 140 and 150 yards, three and the other for adults in -

red flags are golf holes on are in the 125-130 range and I the surrounding area. Tops XL- ,

# golf greens on a golf course. two are slightly less than 100 A golf association also has
clubs and several thousand
SantaFebecanieoneofthefew yards. been organized to raise mon-

high schools in the country Hawkins also has helped in used'balls to use in physical ey for upkeep and is currently Russian Ace

; to have its own golf course other ways. Like sending 80 education classes. headed by Bill Irby, principal

I of Alachua elementary schooL In Net Meet


First Methodist Rallies SOME 123 acres of land on LONDON AP) Roy Emerson .- W .

Little Lake is ---- ----
[ Orange expected generally regarded as No. 1 -

to have a face-lifting in in world amateur tennis, struggled Pirates Team

the near future, providing for 90 minutes Saturday be-

For Church Softball WinFirst family recreation for Haw- fore he defeated Tomas Lejus
\ The Pirates
thorne and surrounding com first Russian ever to gain the are competing in the Seminole League at the Boys' Club. Front
from left
munities. row, are Rayford Langford, Kenneth Roper, Kevin Rolfe Greg
round of
a major
A Webb and Steve Klein. Back row, left to right, are Chuck MendenhalL Steve

Methodist won again in Kanapaha Presbyterian defeated Ingman and Brasington had golf fishing course dock, and swimmingpool shuffle- ment, 12-10, 6-4. Benesh, Roger Revell, Jimbo Rowland, Joe Berolman and Joey Dowling. (Sun

'I Church League Softball play Southside Baptist 11-1 and two hits each for First Metho- At slake was the men's singles photo).

; ., with a 10-6 triumph over Latter -Grace Presbyterian trampled dist. Kamlah and Baldwin hada board courts are in the plan- title of the Queen's Club, annually -

\ Day Saints Friday night at Calvary Baptist 17-5. pair for LDS. Ingman had a ning stages, according to the last big warmup before

City Park. First Methodist had to put first-inning homer and Nettleshit County Commissioner Sidney. Wimbledon. This year's Wimb Dead
1. In other games, North Central on a stirring rally for its vie one for LDS in the sixth. Martin. ledon tourney starts Mondayand Sudden Service

r i Baptist topped First Pres- tory. Going into the final inning Six North Central B apt i St Martin heads a Hawthorne Emerson, an Australian, is '

byterian 10-3, First Baptist LDS led 63. First Metho- players had two hits each in group which has asked the seeded No. 1. Marks NCAA

; dumped Wesley Methodist 13-3, dist scored seven runs in the the win over First Presbyterian I Federal Government for a For more than an hour the 25-

Parkview Baptist won from final inning to pull out the tri Red Dulaney had a pair for the loan to finance the under- year old blond Soviet star was Johnson & Paris I

Highlands Presbyterian 11-1, umph. losers. taking. The answer comes Emerson's equal but finally the 5,000 RaceEUGENE

Culbreath, BrisUroe Stech- June 30, and it is expectedto Australian's steadiness paid off.

miller and Snell had three hits be in the affirmative.The Then, with the score at 10-10,

AL Boxes government will make Emerson drilled home two Rack Ore. (AP-Offi-
each for First Baptist w hile pass- VictoriesSudden
Friday Up cials
I Andrews and Gaitanis had a loans to communities of under ing shots and got the first serv- 5,000-meter gave up trying to separatethe
2,500 finishers in the
pair apiece for Wesley. persons. ice break. He held his own serv-

r First Game moll; Johnson. HR-Stuart (12), Conigli Osher, Roberts, Campbell al "We've already secured the ice in the next game and took I Service Oil Co. down- This Week's Schedule NCAA track meet and declared
BALTIMORE Brown (2) SB Jones. S-Adair. land Saturday it was a dead heat be-
BOSTON are (13) and have the engineerand the first set.Emerson Tomorrow. Citizens Bank vs. North
.brhM. abrhbi. had three hits for Parkview ed University City Kiwanis 7.3: Central Baptist; Tuesday. Johnson & Far. tween Jim
Jones 20 4010 Brandt 2f1 2000Comgllaro IP H R ERBBSOSpanswlck while winning hurler Bryan plans ready to go," Mar- broke the Russian and Johnson Ti Faris beat Is vs. First Federal; Wednesday First Murphy of the Air
If 4 0 2 OAdalr 4010 L. 1-3 S I 5 5 0 1 Federal vs. North Force and
Central academy
Y'trae'skl cf 301 OBowens rf 2000 Heffner ..,...... 2 2' 1 1 2 scattered five blows for High tin said the other day. "All for a 4-3 lead in the second but North Central Baptist 20-9 Friday -Thursday Johnson & Faris vs. Baptist Citizens; Army's Bill
Stuart Ib 4000 Slebern Ib 2100 RadaU ......... 1 1 0 0 2 0Estrldl I we need is the final word Bank. Straub.As .
Thomas rf 4 1 1 1 Robinson 3b 4 1 1 0 W. 2-1 .. 6 5 3 3 4 0 lands. on Lejus brought cheers from the in makeup Midget League the
Hall ...... ..... 2 3 2 2 1 1 the loan." three-day meet went
Malzone 3b 4 0 0 Orslno c 1001Bressoud for 2,000 spectators with a spectacu- rained REBEL LEAGUE
had three out
ss 3 02 Saverine pr 0000 Miller ........... 1 1 0 0 1 0 Jamerson "This will be games Thursday. W L Pet into its final session, track followers !-
Nixon c 30 lOCImoll If 0000 Spanswick faced two men In Nixon C 301 Powell If 4011 -2.40. A-22.151. hits. club," Martin said, "with even at 44.However various Florida Pest Control 4 3 .571 still were trying to determine -
Soutliside to five unableto
leagues were Life
Brown 0000 Underwriters
Tlllman cOO 0 0 e 4 6 .400 if
Connolly P 1000 Johnson ss 4010 Night Game Ferguson had two doubles anda memberships available for I it was his final fling. : be played, however. They Klrkpatrick & Pierson 1 S .167 ever there had beena
Mantilla ph 1 0 0 0 Roberts p 2 0 1 10 each of This Week's Schedule dead heat in such a long
the different race
Kirkland rf 0000 WASHINGTON KANSA% CITY single for Grace while Crosby privi- Emerson broke him again in the will be made up at a later date. Tomorrow Life Underwriters vs. Kirk.
Totals 31 1 .-l Totals 25 252 ab r h bl ab r h IIIBtlS'ame leges. That Patrick & Pierson -three miles, 189 yards.It .
way, people can next and then Tuesday. Shopping!
had two hits game out Shelton
2b 4 2 2 Causey ss 400 0 I I and Ingman topped Sudden Service -Center
i Boston ..... .. ........... 01. tot *- Kennedy So2lGreen 2b 4110 participate in their interestsat Control vs. Pest Control; Wednesday: Pest never had happened in the
Baltimore ................ tot. 002 OOx-2 Hinton It 3lllCharIrs3b 3000 each for losing Calvary.1st the match. with two hits while Ponzi day. vs. KIrkpatrick & Pierson; Thurs
Bressoud. DP-Boston 1. Baltimore King rf 3001 Colavlto rf 4122 Meth. 100 002 7-10 9 4 a minimum price. The women's singles title wentto and McPherson had doubles for ters. Shopping Center vs. Life Underwri NCAA and Murphy and Straub

LOB-Boston 5. Baltimore *. Phillips Ib 5 0 1 Gentile Ib 1 21 0 LDS 0002310-6105 "We definitely want this to Margaret Smith, also an Au- Kiwanis. now are co-owners of the meet
2B-Jones, Brewoudj Conlgllaro. HR- Brumley c 4010 Bryan c 411 :2 .
4 Thomas <*). S-Brandt, Roberts. SF- Lock cf 4000 Jimenez* If 3010 Loggins and Newell; Groover, be a family club," he said. stralian, who defeated Ann Hay- Benz led Johnson & Faris record at 14:12.3. All six place
Brlnkman ss 4 1 2 0 Tam pr-lf 00 0 0 Powers
Irslno. IP H R ERBBSO Daniels p 2 0 1 Mathews cf 2010 Brown and Hall. There will be no bar and no don Jones of Great Britain 6-3, with four hits and Awbrey had Wins winners Friday beat the meet

a Connolly L. 1.S 5 1.3 4 2 1 3 4 Zlmmer ph 1010 Drab'sky p 0000 62 whiskey sold. 6-3. Miss Smith the defending record of 14:19.8 set by Al Law-
100 020 03 three. Nixon had for
F Heftner .. .. .. ".. 2.31 0 0 1 0 Collier pr 0000 Santiago p 1000 1st Presby. a pair
p Radatz ............ 2 0 0 0 1 r Joseph ph 1000 I North Cen. 700 102 x-10 16 3 Martin said the golf course champion Wimbledon, toyed losing NCB. rence of Houston in 1960.
P RoberlS.W.$4.7 7 1 1 2 1 Stock p 1011 will be nine Junior Golf
' Miller ....... ...2 1 0 0 0 CI Totals 35 411 4 Totals 2$ 5 SC II I Fletcher and Grussmeyer, Vi- holes and long with Mrs. Jones throughout the One of the highlight feats of Metric distances are run in
HBP-By Connolly (Bowens. Siebern). I dal Mixson and Addison. and difficult. It's beautiful, match.Bobo's the NCAA only in Olympic
T-2.24. Washington .............. 200 111 001-4 ; week unreported previously CAPE
Night earn Kansas City ............... OM 003 OOx-5' Wesley 200 001- 6 4 was a trio of home runs b>' CORAL (AP) Eigh- years.

14 CLEVELAND abrhbi. LOS ANGELES abrhbiFowser First Bapt. 352 012-13 20 1 Bert Crosby for Lions Club in teen-year-old Allen Powers of Jim Murphy took the lead

Davallllo ss cf SoloPower 4000 Green cf 3b 3000 4110 Tartabull.City 1. LOB-DP-Washlngton Washington 10 2.Kansas Kansas Yates, Geiger and Gaitanis; Comeback the National League. He hit. behind Orange burg, S.C., came from midway in the 5,000 and held it .

Wagner 3 0 1 Fregosl ss 3000 City 4. Powell and Langford. them in successive appear-. on the final around and until Straub, who was just com
rf 3 0 1 0 W.Smith rf 3021 2B Blaslngame HInton Brumley won the Southwest
Romano C 4010AdCock1b 3000 Brinkman Mathews. HR-Bryan (7), Col- Parkview 200 331 2-1117 ances at the plate. Florida Junior missioned a second lieutenant
Whitfield Ib 4 630 KIrkpatr'k If 3 0 0 0 avito (15). S-Daniels, Charles. Golf Tournament with a 287
3120 IP H R ER BBSO Highlands 001 000 0- 1 5 Highlight games this week after graduating from West
Alvis 3b 4000 Rodgers c
Brown 2b 4111K'6'p2b 3011 Daniels. L. 5-5 ...51-3 5 5 5 3 1 Bryant and Broyles; Alexanderand Slowed will send Lions against Ches- total. Point, surged forward.
RldZik .......... 2233 0 0 0 1 PersolBy Powers
2 0 0 0
Donovan 2 0 1 0 Chance by
p p ...... 2 2 was two strokes be- hit
Francono ph 1 0 0 0 Dullba p 1000 Drabowsky 12-34 2 2 Douglas. nut's Tuesday in the National They the tape together.
Santiago ........ 3 1-3 1 1 1 2 2tocI. hind Walter Brittle or
Telals.34 1 t I Totals 21201Cleveland.000 000 001- 5 Hollywood ,Finish line
Southside at Smith Gainesville judgescouldn't
W. 3-0.:... 3 4 1 1 I I Kirby pick
110 000-1 Wyatt .. .... 1 2 0 0 1 0 15 Friday at the: start of'the final winner.
431 00311 Trades takes University the One-half hour
Los Angeles ............... 1M tot 011-2 HBP-By Rldzlk (Mathews). T-2:35. Kanapaha Building on 18 holes. later
E-Romano. Power. OP-Cleveland 1. A-7,,75. Smith, Hales and Culbreath; MURRAY ROSE turn crack at Persol in San I City Lions Thursday in He shot a par 71 roundto after looking at photo finish neg-
Los Angeles 1. LOB-Cleveland 10, Los Marshall. Associated Press Sports Writer defeat the runnerup, Bob Jew- atives
2.20Wagner.. Night Game Jones and Cushman Francisco's Kezar Pavilion, an American game at Finley, they called it a dead

Angeles Rodgers. 38-Rodgers. HR DETROIT abrhbi. MINNESOTA abrhbi NEW YORK (AP) Bobo Aug. 28. San Francisco promoterArt Fire Department and Sudden ett of Fort Myers, by two heat but said further study

Brown Howser. (7). SB-Green. W. Smith 25- Lump Jb 2 0 1 Versalles IS 4112 Calvary 200 305 9 Olson's face and words told the Benjamin got a verbal okay Service collide Thursday in the strokes. would be made. After the photos

; DQflovafl.t..2-1..l.IP H.6 2 ER 2 II 0 SO 4 Kalin Phillips rf 3b 5 3 1 1 1 1 Oliva Rollins rf 3b 4111 4000 Grace 171 8x-17 17 story of his decision defeat to from both fighters and assure Western at Littlewood and Jewett's second place score were printed, the NCAA jury

D. Chance 0 0 1 1 24 Cash Freehan Ib C 5010 5122 Allison Klllebrew Ib If 3221 4122 Gibson and Purdy; \V ate r-Johnny Persol more eloquently ance of the television time from Gainesville Shopping Center was 289. Brittle carded a 291 for agreed the two could not be

Oslnskl Dullba, W..3-0 .... 213 232 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Thomas cf 41211-tall cf 3010 4110McAuIIffesS4l2lBatteYC house and Myers.CITY than anything else. Madison Square Garden offi tangles with Life Underwriters the 72 holes, followed by Rod separated. _______ _
WP-Chance. T-2:14. A-',202. His head was bowed and there cials.
Second Gam Lollch p 2000 Klndall 2b 4010 LEAGUE ursday; in the Rebel at Met- JcCIain of Miami Shores with
BOSTON BALTIMORE Wood ph 1010 Kaat p 1010 W IPCI.. were tears in his eyes as he sat The calfe. I 294 and I
abrhbi. abrhbi Kostro ph 0001 Budweiser 1 ..41 defeat, by majority deci- Smith of Miami
on a table in his I
Jones 2b 5220 Brandt cf 4110 Arrteo p 2110 'Gainesville Wings I S J* dressing room sion, was a costly loss for the WESTERN LEAGUE I Shores with 295.
Totals 35 (12 4 Totals 33 7 11 7
12 .294
Conigliaro If 5 1 2 2 Adair Jb 3000 Schliti 5 Friday night."I .
Vtrze'skl cl 4 0 1 2 Bowens If-rf 4110 I Detroit ." ... ............. 01010 ll-4 I Guy Cleveland 413 J3S 35-year-old former middleweightchampion Kiwanis Sudden Scrivc I
Stuart Ib 5121 Robinson 3b 4 1 3 1 I Minnesota .., .......... M til 30*-7 This Week's Schedule couldn't get off, he said. from San abrh 300 abrbSprngfld 410 The girls' division champion Is '
Thomas rf 4 0 2 Orsino Ib 4000 Tuesday7:30.. Budweiser vs. Schlitz; "I wanted to win so badly here. Francisco. Schapiro 3 1 1 Sutter Kelley 3 1 0 Rhonda Glenn of Lake Worth. 'I
Mantilla 3b 3 0 0 Johnson 4121 .. Guy Cleveland. He had an unbeaten
ss Wings vs. streak
DP-Mlnnesot. 1. LOB DeroJt : Ponzio 1 Shelton 532
E-None. 2 1
Bressoud ss 4000 Clmoll rf 2110Tlllmap ,, Thursda.-7:3O. SChlitz vs. Wings; .. I wanted to look real good. I She fired a last-round 79 for a
1 t Minnesota 5. eight and a McPherson 301 Slaughter 3 1 0
c 3 0 1 Powell ph-lf I 000SoanswlckpllooBroWfl 2B-Demeter, Wood. HR-Freehan (9), Budweiser BUSINESS VS. Guy Cleveland LEAGUE trained so hard I must have left victory would have Woolen '311 Procter 100 313 total to win by six strokes CLEANING
c 4123 I Klllebrew (21). Allison (U), Versalles U). iced a title fight in October with I King 300 Beard 201 I
Nixon ph 0000 Estrada p 2010 I OlIve: (12). SBPhllllps.Lollch.. SF- (Division I) W L Pet. it all in the gym. I was sluggish, light heavyweight Shelton 3 0 Adams 310 over Linda Morris of Orlando, REPAIRING

Illson pr 0000 ph-p,.,. 0000 1000Kirkl'd I Cemeter. Lumpe. Kostro. I Gainesville Livestock I 1 .889 real sluggish. I just couldn't put Willie Pastrano. champion Sohes Robbins 200 1 0 0 Wolf Crenshaw SO" 100 100 319.

Totals 3S1S Totals 33 4 11 S IP H R ERBBSOLollch I CWA 43 .667 those combinations together. I'dlike White 2 0 Hendey 100 I

Boston .................. 000 116 200-4 1 ..... .... 4 7 4 4 1 3 :Utility Department 5 5 3 3 ..625.MiHavATampa This was Olson's first fight in Yates 100 Behind Miss Morris were Roberta "We Rod
Baltimore ............... tot 123 OOx-4 :Sterry.L3-4..l 3 3 3 1 0 another shot at him. New York since Lea 300
4 S .44.4Post he Albers
I Sparma ... .... 1 1 0 0 0 2 :Publix It looks like he'll was knockedout Sapp 200 of Tampa, the defending Them Out"
E-Bressoud. DP-Boston 1, Baltimore i Kaat ............5 I 4 4 2 2 I Office 3 2 5 7 ..37J.222Sunn.l.nd get the re- by lieht-heawwpiprir. Unw Totalx w 1- I- Total- II 7 3 champion. at 324: Tam:
Road Prison
1. LOB-Boston 9 .Baltimore 7. Arrlgo. W. 4-1 .w 4 4 2 2 2 0 Sudden Servic.- 202 003-7
2B-Thomasi Vastnemskl Brandt; Cl- WP-Lolich. T-2:57. A-24.tOS. (Does not Include Packing last night's games 1 7 .12J Archie Moore in the third round Kiwanis tot 120-3. my Bowman of Jacksonville, I:I 0 Motor Block

(Division II) Canon Tops nine years ago. And, like he He. Central DIXIE..P. LEAGUE JahiiMitFarisab 333; and Cindy Meyers of Or- Flushed
W L Pet.Fulps
said, he wanted to win so r n abrh mond Beach 345.
I Radiator a 0 1 000Howard's very ,
Friday NL Boxes Nixon pc-ss 412 McGilvroy 420 I
TV 7' .875 much.
Gainesville Gas Co. 43 .447 Fort White Swails 3b 411 Bryant 3b 420 Here the winners We Pick.Up & Deliver
White are by
Only Persol c p 311 Benz c p 544 age
Sunland Training Ctr. 4 4 .503 a fast 24-year-old
./ Fender 2b 400 Boles ss, p 442
Penn Chem 3. .429 group:
Med Students 3 4 .333 New Yorker with ambitions of Turl'ngfn 1b 1 0 0 Awbrey ibp 523 I' RADIATOR SHOP
Night Came E-Pagan. OP-San Francisco 1, St, For VanP-p'ng Ib 1 1 Nobles cf 412
General Electric 1 7 .125 7th Win his
HOUSTON MILWAUKEE Louis 1. LOB-San Francisco 7. St. Smith Sinclair It .HI own, wouldn't let him get Geiger rt 21 Ryals If 100 Boys Age 9-10: John Dug- White
abrhbi abrhbi. I i Louis 4.2B This Week's Schedule off. The broadshouldered Cauttien p. ss 3 2 1 Denham 3b 410 Electric
nar-, SrnItICf Strickland rf 221 gan, Fort Lauderdale, 93-380.
Llllls n 4000 AtoO cf 1020 I -Cepeda Brock Groat. HR-Davenport Tormorrow 4-30. CWA Publix
Gaines rf S 1 Mathews 3b 300C I.I (2). Javier (I). SB-Pagan. S I. Road Prison- vs. Hav-A-Tampa ':30 FORT WHITE Carlon I. row-waisted Persol dominated Wood H 200C. Boles II 321 Age 11.12: Eddie Pearce, Tam-i &
White cf 4100 Oliver ph 1000 Flood Croat Gibson. Livestock vs. Post Office, Field No. 1 Products coasted the action Adkins 010 Battery
Bond If 4021 Aaron rf 5000 IP H R ER BBSOHerbel 6:30. GE vs. Sunland t. Howard's TV; to a 21-6 win with a stinging left T.tals 30 t 6 Totals M 2t 13 pa, 73317. Age 13-14: Paul Whit-j
Spler pr-lf 100 Mays If 3 2 1 1AsprVnto3b4 L. ., .... 0 2-3 6 1 3 3 0 'v s. Gainesville Gas; ':30. Penn Chem ver Fort White Friday night jab to the head and thumping JAF 342 32-2l field, Vero Beach 76-314. 15- Service
J 0Torre Ib 4220 Mackenzie ..... 14. 0 0 I I v s. Smith Sinclair, Field No. 2. No. Central M4 100- f Age :
3210 ........... t o boost its High Springs softball rights to the ribs NATIONAL
Bateman c 521 0Bailey c Shaw 1 1 0 0 0 0Glbson.W.04..I Wednesday 4:30. Penn Chem vs. and stomach. LEAGUEW 16: McClain, 72-294. Age 17-18:

Staub Kasko Ib SS 3221 3111 Menke Boiling ss JO 4124 3020 aylor ......... t 6 0 1 0 1 I 3 I I I ,I Smith Wednesday Sinclair.-Field 4:30 No., Penn 2. Chem vs. record to 7-1 for the sea- He also scored solidly with Lions 72.173 IPct.. Jewett, 74-289. Age 19-20: Roddy I 118 N.W. 8th Ave.

Farrell Roberts P ph 1000 lOOOdolaHoiphlOlO Schneider p 3 0 0 0 T-2:20. A-U533. Gainesville Howard's TV Gas 9.30.I, Fulps Smith Sinclair Med vs. son. hooks, right crosses and upper- Chesnufs Moose *40.400 4 MX. Stroman, Orangeburg, S.C., 73-I FR 2-8581

ymond p 001 Wdward pr 0000 Night. Cam d dents Field No. 1; 4:30, Utility vs. Department Stu- I Five runs in the fourth gave Carlos Hope 2 7 .222 297. I
Totals JS f I I Totals 357111 cuts.The This Week's Schedule
LOS ANGELES CINCINNATI T vs. ; Livestock vs. HayA.empa9:30 Canon an edge and nine morein two judges voted for Tomorrow, Moose vs. Carlos Hope .
Mevttoa ............... 001 lOS 066-t Sunnyland vs. Publix, filed
Milwaukee ............... too 301 OH 1 aorhbi aorhM No. 2. j the sixth sewed it up. PersoL Artie Aidala had it Tuesday, Lions vs. Chesnufs; Wednesday.
Wills ss 2000 Klaus Jb 4101 Thursday -4:30. Post Office 9-1 Ihesnofs vs. Carlos Hope; Thursday I
-ib-Ofld. Mathtws 2. OP-Houston 1. Trace'skl ss 1 0 1 Harper If 5231 Prison I. Utility Dept. vs. Sunnyland.1 vs. Road Billy Godwin hurled the win, in rounds. Nick Gamboli had it LIons vs. Moose. Accept the
Houjton i, Milwaukee 7. Griffith 3b 4 0 0 .Pinion cf 5331W 9:.30 Gainesville Gas AMERICAN
LOB vs. Publix,
2B-Bateman. Kasko. Bond Alou. HR- .Davis cf 401 OColeman Ib 1 DO 0T.D.vls" No. 2. cattering three hits, fanning 6-4. Referee Mark Conn called L Pd.
Gaines (1). BoIling (4). Mayo (I). S- 4 0 1 OJ'son ph-lb 2000 I Saturday i-30. Med Students vs. 1 5, and leading his team's attack it a draw, giving each GMIIe Building Trades 7 2 .771 kfcuuL
Farrell. SF-Raymond. Moon rf 4020 Robinson rf 1122 Sunland; C. Fulps vs. GE; ':39. Gaines- five University City Lions 5 4 SSI i kfelp
IP H ERBBSO I Roseboro 3110 Edwards C 4134Torborg vllle Gas vs. Smith Sinclair, Field No. with a home run. Stedman I rounds and five points. The fans Hughes Supply 4 4 .500
Farrell ........ S 1-3' 5 3 2 2 c 1000 McCool p 1000 2- had two hits for the losers. who Baptist D.O.W. 1 7 .125
Owens .... ..... 2-300001 I Fairly Ib 3011 Cardenas ss 3212 had applauded the judges' This Week's Schedule
Raymond .. 12-31 2 2 2 t I I Oliver 20 3000 Boros 3D 4120 Cbcrch League Carlon 320 529 0-21 7 r cards, booed the Tomorrow. Baptist D.O.W. vs. Building ;
Wdeshlck, W. 2-S 14' 0 I 1 1 I Moeller p 1000 Maloney p 3000 (Div$iM I) rI announcementof Trades; Tuesday. H"ghes Supply vs. UC of our
Schneider ...... 7 6 S 4 2 2Smith. : Brewer p 1000 Smith ph1 0 0 0 W L Pet. Fort' White 300 201 0- 6 3 I Conn's vote. The Associated Uons; Wednesday D.OW. vs Hughe, I
1.. 2-2 ... 2-3 2 4 3 3 I 0Hoett Howard pn 1000 Latter Day Saints 4 1 MO Godwin and Rice Thursday, Building Trade v*. UC Uon ;
.......... 14' 0 0 oTlefenawer Totals 32171 Totals 37111411 Highland Presby. 2 2 .500 ; Guinn and I Press scorecard had it 9-1 for WESTERN LEAGUE FULL-SCALE SERVICE BANK!
..... 1 S 0 0 0 I 0 First Baptist 3 2 .400 Dubose. PersoL Most of WLPd.
Schneider faced two men In tth.HBP Los Angeles ..........".... Oil OM eOft- ICincinnati Kanapaha Presby. 3 2 .400 I HIGH SPRINGS LEAGUE the ringside Fire Department 5 2 .714 I
By Raymond (Menkei .PWQ00CSPIICk. .......... ... 204 310 Ita-11E North Cen. Baptist 2 3 .400 I writers had Persol a winner by Sudden Service Oil Co. 52 .714 !
:Mae). WP Raymond. Grace Presbyterian 5 .000 W L Pet.Carton FlrstNationaIBa. 5 3 .425
SmiTh. T-Z:< first Game -Wills. Fairly. OP Los Angeles 2; W L Pet. Southeast Transformers 4 2 JiO Knocked Plumbers Union 1 7 125
PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK Cincinnati 1. LOB-Los Angeles 5; Cincinnati First Methodist S t 1.000 North Florida Telephone 5 3 .421 out in his last start This. Week's Schedule j
ak. m M ah r h M I 7.leFalrfy.. Parkview Baptist 41 eoo Spurs 34421 I by Eddie Cotton, Persol now hasa Tomorrow Sudden Servke vs. Plumbers -jI ,
T. Taylor Jb 4 0 0 0 HIckman rf S' 2 0Brws I Odwards. HR-Pinion (f); Sout\side Baptist 2 2 .500 Fort White 1 i .147; Union; Tuesday First National Bank I
cf 4llIKrvpt1D 4010Caliison I Cardenas (6). SF-Klaus.IP Wesley Methodist 2 3 .an Rebels 0 7 .000 12.1 record. He is Tanked vs. University City Kiwanis; Wednesday. I
rf 3132 Hunt Jb 3010 I "R ER BB SO First Presby. 2 3 .400 THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE eighth. Olson Plumbers Union vs. First National Bank I I
Allen 36 'lSlOW1phlt1t41 1 I 0 MoeIlsr.L4-4..31-3 7 6 2 3'Calvary Baptist t 5 .000. Tomorrow the No. 3 con- Thursday,. Fir* Department vs. Sudden:
Brewer ........ 323 0 2 1 2 3 tender has Service.
H.rrnsrlislflsoGOAd.rC 310 I Reed ..... .....1 1Matoney I I I I TWs Wears Schedule 'Fort White vs. North Florida Telephone a 87.14record.. DIXIE LEAGUE I
Steven Ib 4ISC.Smfth3b4l 1 0 I
Amaropr-lb0000KalWNd 3001 ICalrymplo W 5-7 7 5' 1 111 Friday ';3Q. Parkview Baptist vs. Co. l Olson had the edge in weights, WLPd.I
McCool ........ X t. S S 4 North Central Baptist .. Tuesday First Federal '
; Calvary Bap- 4
C 3 t 2 0 Samuel Sb 3001 0 Rebels 176 jtoi
vs. Southeast pounds to 174. In the
T 2.40. A tIlt Transformers. Spurs
Win ss 3000 Wtlley p 1000MahaHey X777. vs. LOS 9:30. First Methodist vs. vs. Caton. I betting Johnson 1. Faris 6 4 .MX
First ptls" Field No. 1} ':30. Soulh- it was Citizens Bank 4 4 I
p 300D.SMIttlPIISII 0R. ....... Tfewrsday an even-money affair. : .400
Baptist vs. Highlands North Central
TVfr ptn $ iAltman I I Presbyterian; Spurs vs. Carton North Florida Telephone Baptist 4 6 .430 .
Wesley Methodist
1001Totals I vs. Grace Presby
ph vs. Rebels
NEW YORK terian9.30,
32212 Totals 33101 First Presbyterian vs. KanPh -
I7BW U rfe M I Presbyterian. Friday
PiIadsIa ..,........ .. OM 012 NS-1 T.Taylor 2b 5 2 21 Htdunan rf 4110 Field No. 2. Fort Whit vs. Southeast Transformer!
Now York ... .... ...... 000 000 001-1 I. Briggs cf 5111 Kraneot Ib 2112 LAWN IRRIGATION Countless Americans pay bills with the
CallUon rf 4121 Hunt 20 4000
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Mays cf 3 .WIllie Ib 4000 ono-P-Ntw York 1. LOB Philadelphla able Buckner. Champion
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06 GoinesviUe! Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964

More Places to Live in G'villeBy U.S. Annoyed Europe's .

Indifference SE AsiaBy
NORM LaCOE '8th Avenue to 23rd Boulevardand West 13th to West 23rd streets; to I

Sun Staff Writer from 15th Street to the city up 201 to total of 898. .
Dwelling Unit Total Up limits Street Downtown South
(27th ) West: From
If you're looking 'for a placeto 8th JOHN M. HIGHTOWER across to European governments we cannot be Intimidated-not ,
to North 8th and
live, you now have 12,376 The number of dwelling unitsin from avenues WASHINGTON (AP-Admin- their view that if Peking i to incite our enemies but to Indicate *

houses and apartments from 17% in Less TItan 3 Yrs.has that section grew from "447 streets East; up 2nd 168 units to West to a totalof 13th istration officials are said to be believes Communist militancypays our intention to defend
which to choose in Gainesville.And in 1961 to 653 in May, an increase deeply annoyed and somewhat dividends it can be expected "
of 206 houses and apart- 2,028 homes and apartments. to its militant freedom wherever necessary.
you can find new homes Southwest: From 8th to 24th apprehensive at what they con- press policieson
and apartments in any direction ments.In avenues and from 13th to 23rd sider to be Western Europe's various fronts as occasions Authorities say the United
from downtown.The been checked on the 25 No section of the city declined the northwest, the most streets; up 140 houses and failure to grasp the gravity of arise. States is not pressing the Euro-
of one-mile square section lines. in the number of homes rapid growth was in a section the threat created by Red
number houses and U.S. policymakers to actual
apartments, from 64 in 1961. appear :pean Allies fQr military
Changes in the numbers of and apartments. lying between 8th and 23rd Avenues China's belligerent policies in
apartments (as of May 31) is This is a 220 per cent increase. he convinced the challenge inj I I support. What it wants, as one
dwelling units are tallied for and 34th Street to the Southeast Asia.
17 per cent higher than at the Fastest growth occurred in city Southeast: From 8th Avenueto Southeast Asia can only be met
end of 1961, when 10,560 dwell each square. The city does not two sections of the northeast.One limits ((43rd Street). Some 508 the city limits (15th Avenue) These officials foresee the possibility -effectively by a military response -official put ,it, is "moral and
and with-
all of all 25 sections. political support" a
ing units were counted. occupy is an area from 23rd homes and apartments were and from 15th Street to the city of more general war such as the United Statesis
which in the U.S.
"The most surprising thing Four sections have grown by Boulevard to the city limits located there at the end of limits (27th Street); 223 houses with Communist China as an making. holding of acts undermine American

about our growth," said city more than 200 houses or apart- (39th Avenue) and from 2nd to May, up 204 from 1961. and apartments in May, up 130 eventual result if the Communist They also are trying to get view efforts may to blunt the Communist
planner David Godschalk, "is ments in 29 months, and four 15th streets. That section had Other areas where increaseswere from the end of 1961. thrust is not stopped andif the Europeans to understandthat
that it has been very general!I more by more than 100, Gods- 455 homes at the end of May, counted of more than 100 Far West: From South 8th the leaders in Peking decide if the challenge increasesthe thrust.
There are areas of rapid growthin chalk said. These eight sections more than double the number, dwelling units: to North 8th avenues and from Western nations are soft in their will also be in- Serious differences with Eu.

every quadrant of the city."! accounted for 1,353 of the 1,816,225, counted at the end of 1961. West: From South 8th to 34th to 43rd streets; up 109 to a reactions to aggression.U.S. creased.response The United States is .ropean Allies, as authorities
For tally purposes, the city, new units counted since 1961. The other section lies from North 8th avenues and from total of 585 dwelling units. officials are trying to get firmly committed to defend 'here see the problem, go back

I Southeast Asia against a Communist about six months to the French
decision to recognize Communist
Cuba Claims Downed Plane I takeover. China and to a subsequent
President Johnson, in a San
MARKET announcement by President
It BUSINESS Francisco speech Friday night, Charles de Gaulle that France .
stressed this commitment and
REPORT : From U.S. Bombed Mill favors the neutralization of all
the American determination not
REVIEW VI to back down. He declared: "As Southeast Asia.
*5* vC_* \V I" III lf
.'Armed Forces Ministry an- ermen off Las Villas Province see that America's defensecan response to the neutralization

nounced Saturday a "pirate June 5 and was sunk. never be the object of doubtor proposal has been that Commu- .
plane" which dropped three An armed boat belong'ng to her strength the of countries
subject nist and Western
for Summer Economy bombs Friday on a sugar mill Bosch's Revolutionary insurrec- suspicion." agreed in 1954 to neutrality for
Hoped Rally Caibarien shot down.A .
near was Movement
tional Recovery was This strength is maintained all of Southeast Asia and in
communique said "The at- stopped by U.S. officials as it said Johnson, "not to intimidate 1962 they agreed again on the
Passes tacking plane took off from headed for Cuba last year. others but to show others that I specific neutralization of Laos.

Doesn't Quite Materialize American territory. We hope Exile groups have carried out
the U.S. government won't have air raids on Cuba previously.Once .

Some By the cynicism to deny these a plane with an American I AIR CONDITION NOW
facts." homemade'
Sfoui \Jcrfe GJtmrfl ed by strong leaders in the automotive The steel issues benefitted pilot dropped a
NtlU $0rk Qlimra Official said bomb Havana al-
on refinery
sources one crew |
steel, electronic, retailing -from the fact that mill produc- SURVEY and
By member aboard the plane was though no damage was done. !
and airline
groups. Significantly tion has tapered off only
Financial Editor NEW YORK
the midstof ESTIMATENO
killed and two others in-
trading increased as slightly from its record level. were FREE
NEW YORK As the stock prices moved higher. Retail and mail order stocks boom, more than 5 per cent jured. Polish Reels OBLIGATION
of the workers in the New York The official
market staged an energetic and announcementsaid
Government ecnomic reports rose in company with reports
impressive advance early last during the week indicated that that retail sales advanced 7. area are unemployed the one bomb exploded in the! In Division Your Home Deserves

week, Wall Street rekindled its the nation's economic engine is per cent throughout the country same percentage as in the recession residential area of Marcelo Sa-
traditional hopes for a summer lado sugar mill, but that there WARSAW, Poland (AP) A
still cruising high gear. The during May and a New York of 1949-50.
rally. Some of the enthusiasm brightest reports were those on Times survey that chain and were no victims. It said the pro-Chinese faction in the Polish Air Conditioning

vanished toward the weekend, industrial productionwhich mail order houses had posted a And yet, while 217,000 personsare plane was pursued by a Cuban Communist party staged a I

however. moved upward last spectacular 11 per cent sales without work, thousands of air force plane and downed by short-lived revolt against the
Traders and antiaircraft fire over the north pro-Soviet party leader, Wlady-I % cott ,ITXAYFURHACE
month. These followed
gains reported gain last month. jobs are going begging because I -
investors invar- coast of Las Villas Province.The slaw Gomulka, a member of
earlier for retail sales
The market's major trading they call for education and I
iably turn their Week income and employment, all of interest was the speculative head of an exile group in the Polish Communist party Politburo
to the training the jobseekers do not Miami Fla. disclosed Friday. I
thoughts and capital spending. mining issue Texas Gulf Sulphur Orlando Bosch,

In have. said "I fear Zenon Kliszko told the Polishparty's
summer rally it was our plane.
Less favorable however
which circulated a new
round mid- He declined fourth that the I
to what kind
a of congress
of downturn in statement that raised the
usmcss were reports a its cop- Nationally, unemploymentlevel [
June each year, plane it was, how many men "trouble-making elements" had
new factory orders last month silver-zinc in
per- ore discovery is about the while
but there seem-_ _ and a further decline in home- Timmins, Ontario, from 25 mil- many jobs are unfilled.same, were aboard or to specify its circulated slanders against Polish ,'I
ed to be some take off point. party's policies and leaders
building in May. lion to 55 million tons. I
especially solid reasons for Several weeks Cuban in to the i
City Welfare Commissioner ago, an attempt bring party!1
The 7 per cent dip in new or- Texas Gulf topped the most 1I
: these visions this year. James R. Dumpson says that exiles started talking about a in line with Peking's brand of I
ders might only be a one-month active list on the New York
the facts led to one conclusion. new war of sabotage against Fidel -communism.
The economy still shows no development, but the outlook for Stock Exchange on a turnoverof
signs of topping out after its housing, at best, was that it 994,600 shares. It gained 3 "The kind of unemploymentwe Castro. Few forays against "This activity was limited" in

long climb; indeed it seems would remain at its present reduced -points on the week, closing at now have," he said, "is the Cuba have been confirmed, how- scope and short-lived, Kliszko
destined to move higher. And rate for the rest of the 51%. kind that isn't eliminated by an ever. said. He reaffirmed the Polishparty's :
$I' The Castro goverrnment ad- allegiance to Moscow by :TDooRsooRs.
1 the feeling is widespread that year. Other market leaders were; expanding economy. The jobs i
the stock market hasn't yet fully Automotive stocks gained last Chrysler, up 3% on 592,100 that economic expansion pro- mitted the anti-Castro forces at- attacking the Chinese for attempting -: EXPERT SERVICE ON

discounted the ultimate eco week on reports that the indus- shares; RCA, up 2 on 331,600 duces go begging as far as the tacked a sugar mill on the south to split other Commu- ALL MAKES

.-, nomic gains, nor the spectacular -try's sales increased 12 per cent shares; Sperry Rand, off % on unemployed are concerned, be- coast in mid-May. It also said nist parties. BURCHETT HEATINGand
earnings and dividend declarations in the first 10 days ,of June and 242,800 shares, and American cause they cannot fill them. The

expected.It production of 1964 models had Machine & Foundry off V 4 on economy has moved on and 11M:
already passed seven million. 193,100 shares. I passed them by." PierceWulbern Murphey,
is not certain of course ,
summer rally is in the cards, Corp. AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY

nor is it certain that the mar r@miHm.'it m : :::::::::: @ m::: _j 331/2 N. MAIN ST.. PHONE 376-1291 372,825
ket has fully emerged from its ;;o Members New York Stock Exchange FINANCING AVAILABLE

corrective slump. But the ri: Robert W. Kuhn Harry S. Myfef Installation Service Engineering
weight of opinion seems bull- pr .-

ish. I ...
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In 35 of the last 38 years.the business briefs
market has proceeded duringthe [

summer to a higher point .
than its closing level at the end ::::: 11': :
of May. : We "raised the roof" this ricv be"

One broker pointed out that, -. .- ilimili .m.. .. ; ; .. I m m 1n I ili: I I;;I;;;I;;;1I;;I ::::::::::;:;; ; on : uty .1

the last 66 the mar- ,
over years !
w' >: ,
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ket's average gain from its "The volume of credit serviceto lex audiovisual products, according -: Godfrey, administrator of the '

May June low point to its agriculture by production to an announcementmade Agricultural Stabilization and
summer high has been 16 per credit associations may double by Graflex, Inc., Rochester -Conservation Service, Washington ''
cent. during the next decade," according N. Y.Winners. D.C., told the Washington lI ., A v ,
to Mr. Paul J. Nor- story of price controls. He
The May close this year was fleet, president of the Gainesville of the a 11 endance pointed out that if controls were
820.56 in the Dow Jones in- Production Credit Associa- prizes at Morgan's Remington lifted from agriculture, a wave
dustrial average and 482.43 in tion, who has just returned from Business Show last week were of economic chaos would extend

the New York Times' 50-stock Bal Harbour, where he attendedthe Mike Kreshka, a Lektronic throughout the country.The .
combined average. 30th Anniversary Production Man's Shaver; Miss Mary Miller

..Credit Association Directors' commercial teacher at Dixie -, Parade of Homes, annually -
Dow Jones Hew ,
Two weeks ago the VISTA.CHUISERI iky'.th.Ji.iVe.loof;
Conference. County High School in Cross I visited hundreds of ,
industrials had bobbed below tOO- I Norfleet said, "Reports at the City, a Lektronic Woman's Gainesville and area residents, vp to 290 Sort**.ok. fhtf lit*nwtt wagon goingl'
the 808-810 support area to conference indicated the appli- Shaver, and Capt. A. W. Reece will be held August 9-16. WA G 0 N S !
A comeback started 10
796.90. I !
days ago carried the Dow indicator -cation of capital using technology (USN) a Parker pen set. The new Renewood Subdivision lowered the price on this one .
in agriculture and reorgani- in the 3300 block of N.W.
. distance of its
zation of farm units are contin- Dave Harper of the Be 1k- 28th Avenue will be the site,
then historic high last Thursday developed, but uing and the short and inter- Lindsey Department Store here according to Jimmy Womeldurf -

. and profit-taking backed off. mediate term credit needs of 1 recently won third place in an president of the sponsoring'
prices farmers will probably double ,individual sales contest spon- Gainesville Home Builders' As- "
:- The net gain last week was during the next ten years. The sored by the chain of stores sociation.It .

= 15.86 points in the Dow indus- PCAs should continue to furnishan during March. He won $25 for provides a showcase for _
. trials and 7.84 in the Times' increasing share of the credit -having the third highest total builders here to display the latest t .

' combined average, putting needs of farmers." point score in the "A" stores I I wrinkles in home design, / _j(?. ___4'4___
. them, respectively at 825.25 and "The 77 production credit as- during the Men's March Cloth- ,and in a bad way, but not hopeless -
: 484.19. sociations in Florida, Georgia, ing Contest and Sale. I he said. Many will sur-
North Carolina and South Carolina
construction, and household con-
:. Last week's upturn was par- have provided approxi- Harry C. Edwards, presidentof veniences. F-IS STATION WAGONI I Kck from two pppy new
: ticularly impressive because it billion in I V-', V-ol' loadtpoc it 20%largrlSrakti
mately $4 credit the Edwards Building SupplyInc. Womeldurf said the Gaines- or MVMig new
was a steady one and was pac- service to farmer members ., 726 S. Main St., has been ,ville Junior Woman's Club will W A G 0 N S art bigger Wh.*lboi* longtrl frit (lowsil|

since organization 30 years ago. elected a state director of the co-sponsor the "Parade." An ad- this one new stem-to-stern luxury !
300 The Gainesville association has Florida Concrete and Products mission will be charged for the II gave

: Collapse provided over $30,000,000 to Assn. Edwards, who was electedat first time, but Womeldurf said
Farmers of this area since or- the association convention in all proceeds will go to the Junior
L During Parade ganizaton," he said. Palm Beach, will serve three Woman's Club for use in its
"The PCAs in the fourstate years. charity programs.

r LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP- district with 90,000 farmermembers Members of the Parade of ... '
.. About 300 persons were over. made loans to 50,000 of Robert Johnson, of Johnson Homes committee from the Junior -
come by heat and collapsed these members in 1963 in the Faris Seed Co., was re-elected a Woman's Club were Mrs. Al- _
r: Saturday at the end of a volunteer -amount of more than $265 million director-at-large of the Florida ray Howard, Mrs. Asa Cox, and Y
t' firemen's parade in this more than double the volume Seedsmen and Garden Supply Mrs. Gerald McCoy. _
:r Adirondack Mountain resort. 10 years ago," he added. Association at the group's 32nd They have been working with

i Ambulances, fire trucks and a "The Gainesville association annual convention held at Mi- the Home Builders' Association
school bus took the most seriously -served 260 farmers with loans ami Beach. Parade committee Womel _

- ill to Glens Falls Hospital, approaching $4,000,000 for 1963- Highlight of the meeting was 'durf, Bill Ridgway, Hugh Ed-
I about nine miles away. Others 1964," Norfleet pointed out. the presentation by Dr. Stan- wards and Gerald McCoy in

:. were treated in a first-aid head Other officials of the Gainesville ley E. Rosenberger, marketing planning the August event.
: quarters at the Lake George association attending the specialist, University of Florida, Gainesville builders participating DYNAMIC II FIISTAI 10;, on* beavtifwl Ma ando
conference included Howard V. "H Toy rd.; hi >peuo.* I.pof-IUzvry comfortvr
t Central School, In an emergency -Lee who said that the garden supply in the Parade of Homes Sensational performance for everyday owner driving! 4-o3. *wpn .on..IO'wI 123-indi whe alb 011 I
of Eastiake
r, store has unlimited
: squad headquarters and in potential this year are H Inc., Builders;
private homes. Florida; Henry,M. Frazee,,secretary -when handled with professional Quality Builders; Ridgway Construction -
.r ..' treasurer, Gainesville, tact, based on markup, and T. D. Zetrouer nina
. At the height of the heat epidemic ; ; Hugh GO AT TMC WO 'AM..VMITTM.: *. ,MMtMlATTMM
: patients lay on' the hospital and D. A. Lewis Jr., assistants proficient management Edwards Inc.; The James Com 1111./u .WHIIIEIIIEAIIIIINllIL :: :
tary treasurer of Lowell ...
Unfortunately however
too Construction
joo lawn and In corridors, pany; McKinley ; ....L.
while others waited in ambu- many operators are either unconcerned G. M. Davis; Kirkpatrick and
. lances. :Jernigans Motion Picture or incompetent when Pierson; Tommy Rldgell; Mc-

:. The hospital estimated it had Service, 310 N.W. 15th Ave.,' keeping rllCOrds'and estimating Coy Builders; and Young America $0 TOW lOCAl AVTNOIIZU CtCJZCf QUALITY DULlS ... KUDOUAITW_ MUUTMICNT, STAKHIl SUfft M, TNAHK M, MTSTAt U XTSTAt M, 141.
Gainesville has been
designated markups. These are marginal Homes.
.r treated 50 to 60 persons. Only a' Graflex Approved Service' vive, although they constitutethe One of the family features of B & G MOTOR CO. INC.
two were admitted, 'however:* Station for ttie ,
r !warranty repairof 1 category from which 17,000. this year's parade will be a '
The temperature climbed to Graflex 16 sound motion picture businesses failed in 1961, the play area for children staffedby '
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6n.June Brides... c. "

I Byron-Redd I Hines-Marasa I

FT. MYERS Miss Billie Orlando and Bob Williams of
Ib Solemnized Saturday after- bodice and a light blue skirt,
Ann Marasa and Martin Bran- Miami.A .
noon was the wedding of Miss and a corsage of pink rose
I son Hines were married on buffet supper was given
Verna Mae Reddick and Char- buds.
Saturday, at 7 p.m., at St. by the bride's parents at the
les William Jr. which
Byron ,
Edwin Wood Cake J r.. Luke's Episcopal Church, Ft. Knights of Columbus HalL
took place at the
University a
served the bridegroom as best Myers. Turquoise and white appoint-
Lutheran Church. k
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nan. Ushers were BobbyLeon ments were used.
Rev. Arthur Smith performed -
Pastor Norman E. Kieffer Damron and Glen Allen ___
performed 'the double ring Decker. ____ the double ring ceremony cowered
before altar adorned with
ceremony before an altar an cloth, and was centered by
adorned with white chrysan- The bride's mother chose a white gladioli and chrysanthemums. the wedding cake.

themums and'greenery.. green linen dress and matching .

accessories for her daugh- The bride is the daughterof cowered
Mrs. Selden F. Waldo was ter's The bride- tl
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Victor John cloth, with a crystal punch
organist and Mrs. Henry R. groom's mother wore a blue Marasa of Ft. Myers, and the bowl at one end and a silver

Hinkley was soloist. and white print dress and bridegroom is the son of Mr. coffee service at the other.

: 2 The bride is the daughter of white accessories. Both wore 4 e and Mrs. Odell Hines of Assisting with the hospitalities -
4'z 9 Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Reddickof white orchid corsages. .>' Gainesville. were Mrs. John Sims and

Gainesville, and the bride- After a wedding trip to St. N t 4 :. Given in marriage by her Mrs. James Kleis. Miss Mar-
groom is the son of Mr. and Augustine the newlyweds will :.j.\f.\" .a. father the bride wore a gownof lene Sims and Miss Leanne

-1-di / Mrs. C. W., Byron of Cocoa live in Lakeland for the sum- white silk organza over Kleis kept the bride's book.
'j Beach. mer, and then move to Auburn O I bridal satin. Her shoulder For her traveling ensemblethe

k'y Given in marriage by her Ala., in the fall, where I length veil fell from a crown bride'chose a white pique

p 4 'lNr 44i M1 father, the bride wore a Mr. Byron is attending Au- .- ? |, of pearls and crystal beads, sheath with white accessories.The .
cream white knit suit and burn College of Veterinary. \ + So.k and she carried a bouquet of newlyweds will make

matching accessories. A cor- Medicine.Out ". A.- ',. ,' I i white carnations, sweetheart their home in Manhattan,

s M rsf aJY,. sage of yellow rosebuds com- of town guests were .* -, .." I roses and lily of the valley. Kansas.
fy *:: d plimented her ensemble. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Waldo, Tex ':y ? Miss Cheryl Hines, sister of

Mrs. Tex A. Merritt, of Merritt, Leesburg, Mr. and >* the bridegroom was maid of

Leesburg, attended the brideas Mrs. A. E. Greenwell, Lees- honor. She wore a crystal pink

matron of honor. She wore burg, and Mrs. Charlotte *1 silk organza over taffeta dress

.M1TIi i a dress featuring white laceSmithBoyd Byron, Cocoa Beach. L; with matching accessories,
and a bouquet of white chry-

ii I 3 Xw5 b. R e I santhemums.

Mrs. Henry T. Stanley Jr. Bridesmaids were Miss Roberta tenattellay
Mrs. William Melville Slemons III
Rodriguez of Tampa, )
I. and Miss Wilhelmina Hagen, t THE FAVORITE SPOT
Stanley-Lloyd cousin of the bride. Their MEET FOR
LAKE BUTLER Mr. and dress and SlemonsMathersORLANDO
wore a yellow a dresses were styled like that OOJ
Mrs. Gene A. Smith were cabbage rose headpiece. She of the honor attendant in 706 W.

PANAMA CITY Miss wore a turquoise linen dress married on June 14, at the carried a cascade bouquet of turquoise silk organza. They

Kay Lloyd and Henry Tru- with lace bodice and match- Lake Butler MethodistChurch. yellow roses.T. Miss Susan Gaynor Slemons of Cocoa carried bouquets of white cry-

man Stanley Jr. were mar- ing accessories. The motherof R. Smith served his Clara Mathers daughter of Beach, served as best man. santhemums.
ried on June 6, at the chapelof the bridegroom Dr. Fred Mathews of Orlando, Ushers were James PenneyJr.
wore a Ush- Edward Johnston of Ft.
The bride is the former brother as best man.
the First Methodist rose silk linen dress and and the late Mrs. Mathers, ., Orlando, Joseph RutlandJr. Lauderdale
Miss Sarah Boyd: daughterof ers were Edward McGuinn was best man
and William Melville Slemons .
Church Panama City.: matching accessories. Both Winter Park, David
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Archer Jr. and Jim Ushers were Patrick Yates of
Boydof III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Smith Orlando Hoffman
Rev. Earl DuBois officiatedat wore corsages of white or- Autrey I
the double ring ceremony chids.A Gainesville, formerly of Cherry, nephew of the bride- liam Melville Siemens II, of Orlando, Bishop Jordon, I. ,

performed before a back- reception dinner was giv- Lake Butler. The bridegroomis groom. Orlando, were married on Winter Park, Baird Duncan, GEIGER'S
ground of two brass urns fill- en by the bride's parents at the son of Mrs. Tommie R. Following the ceremony a Saturday evening, at Cathe- Gainesville, John McCartyJr.

ed with white gladioli and the Cove Hotel, following the Smith of Greensboro, Fla. reception was given by th e dral Church of St. Luke. ., Ft. Pierce, and Vane

chrysanthemums, bur ning ceremony. The ceremony was performed brides parents in the educa- McClurg of Lakeland.A .
by the bride's father, as- tional building. Bishop William Hargrave
gold tapers and potted palms. Miss Katherine Stanley,
Mrs. Louise Sapp providedthe sister of the bridegroom, kept sisted by Rev. S. A. Wilson: of Guests were greeted at performed the ceremony, as- reception followed the I I

nuptial music. the bride's book, and Mrs. Neptune Beach before a back- the door by Mrs. C. H. Drig- sisted bell by Dean Francis Camp- ceremony at the Country Clubof

The bride is the daughterof Ed Hill of Zachary, La., cut ground of candelabra, palms gers Jr. Miss Linda Cope- Gray. Orlando.

Mr. and Mrs. Rayford L. the wedding cake. and floral arrangements. land of Archer kept the Given in marriage by her The newlyweds will honey-

Lloyd and the bridegroomis The bride was graduatedfrom "* Given in marriage by her bride's book. father the bride wore a gownof moon in Jamaica. They will

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University father the bride wore a dressof Serving wedding cake were silk peau de soie featuringan return to make their home in ; I

Henry T. Stanley of Gaines- where she was a member of imported Swiss brocade Mrs. L. J. Cherry of Lee, and empire waist, and Floren- New Orleans. $ / /

ville.. Kappa Delta ,sorority. featuring a bell skirt. Her Mrs. W. B. Smith of Monte- tine mantilla. She carried a Gainesville guests presentfor

Given in marriage by her The bridegroom was gradu- veil of illusion fell from a cello, sisters of the bride. bouquet of gardenias and lily the wedding were Mr. and

father, the bride wore a floor ated from the University of head piece of white nylon Punch was served by Miss: of the valley. Mrs. Harry Duncan, Miss
Continental cord
I length gown of imported white Florida where he received a leaves, and she carried a bou- Mary B. Smith, sister of the Attending the bride was Linda Duncan, Baird Duncan,

linen featuring an embroidered BS degree in Advertising, and quet of carnations centered by bridegroom, Mrs. D. E. Mrs. Gaynor Siemens of Co- Mr. and Mrs. Addison PoundSr. ...smooth-fitting

train which flowed froma was a member of Sigma Chi an orchid. Dukes, and Mrs. Leroy Mi- coa Beach, matron of honor, ., Mr. and Mrs. Addison

linen bow. Her fingertip. fraternity. Miss Anne Beaty of Archer 7elle. Little Miss Jo Ann Cher- and Miss Elizabeth Ann Pound Jr., Miss ElizabethAnn .r sheath and cardigan

i veil of illusion fell from a Among the out of town was maid of honor. She ry distributed rice bags. Pound of Gainesville, maid of Pound, Mr. and Mrs. 1+ 1 Jacket designedin
matching pill box and she wedding guests were Mrs. honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Grier Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Bax-

carried a bouquet of,orchids Henry Stanley of Montgomery Marcia Fosgate, Winter Park, ley Whiddon, Mr. and Mrs. C. a carefree

and ivy. She wore a diamond grandmother of the Miss Carol Waterhouse, Or- Sidney Robertson Jr., Mrs.S. textured blend of

and pearl necklage, a bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. lando, Mrs. Autrey Hoffmanof W. Getzen: Col. and Mrs.C. .

gift from the bridegroom.Mrs. Tom C. Garner, Birmingham; Orlando, Miss Elizabeth D. Bonnot.. Mr. and Mrs. Arnel triacetate

Robert A. .Bush of Mrs. Lucy deGraffenried, Auburn Ann McLean, Palatka, and Newton Ebaugh, Mr. and and
Huntsville, Ala., was ma- Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Cunning visit Grand Canyon, Yose- Miss Ann Yerger, Mound, La. Mrs. Earl Powers, Mr. and cotton. Brownor

tron of honor. She wore a Walter Dodge, Fort Walton ham left Friday for New mite and Yellowstone National Junior bridesmaids were Miss Mrs. W. B. Stokesbury, Mrs.J. blue with black,
dress of Beach Robert A. Bush York,'where she will visit her Park. C. McCraw Mrs.
street length pink or- ; Catherine Brown, Irving Virginia
ganza and carried a bouquetof Huntsville, Ala.; Aurelia Pitts daughter, Miss Doris E. Hay- Texas. Miss Linda Ann Dun- Steen Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I ( aqua with brown.

pink phaloenopsis orchids.H. and Isabel Pitts of Pitts- nes, and attend the Wotld's Mrs. Betty W. Taylor, Uni- can of Gainesville was flower Boltin Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Rutherford served view, Ala. Fair. Miss Haynes is manager versity of Florida Law Li- girl. Owen Harper Jr. .' 12 to 18
the bridegroom as best man. The newlyweds will live of the Columbian Coffee brarian, will attend the 57th .

Ushers were Rayford LloydJr. in Panama City, where Mr. House in the Americana Ho- annual convention of the I $2598

., and William Pitts Lloyd, Stanley is associated with tel. American Association of Law i
Libraries, June 28 through WirresEarnestinlaw II
brothers of the bride. International Paper Com ,
The mother of the bride pany. Mrs. Florence Dunlap returned July 2, at the Chase Park I Y
this week from Tallahassee Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, Mo.
where she completed WACHULA Mr. and Mrs. of the bride, Dick Am- I

I work for a Master's degree in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Ronald Wirries were mar- bler of Sarasota and Frank

CanadyHendrySolemnized Library Science at Florida Egelston of Jacksonville an- ried on June 7, at the North- Bannon of Bradenton. Lee

State University.Mrs. nounce the birth of a daughter side Baptist Church, Wachula. Bailey, nephew of the bride-
The bride is the daughter was best man.
will the groom
Dunlap rejoin Ruth Ann, born on June
Saturday eve- which took place at the High- staff of the Gainesville Pub- of Rev. and Mrs. E. E. .
ning was the wedding of Miss lands Presbyterian Church. 12.Ruth Earnest, of Wachula, and the The ceremony was followed
lic Library in July. Ann is the
by a reception in the social
Fay Hendry and William is the of Mr.
Penny bridegroom son
Rev. William Shea performed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. hall.
Clifford Canady Jr., and Mrs. Walt Wirries of I
the double ring cere- Lt. and Mrs. James B. Coy Strickland of this city.
mony. Miss Margaret Be- Young of Lackland Air Force Mrs. Egelston is the former Bradenton.Rev. After July 15, the newly-

Pre-Nuptial low was against, and Miss Base San Antonio, Texas, an- Miss Ann Strickland. Earnest p e rformed weds will make their homein .Lii

Patricia Rehbein was solo- nounce the birth of triplets, the double ring ceremony, as- Gainesville where Mrs.
Wirries will attend the University f
Coffee For ist.The all girls, born on June 17. Mrs. Albert Block of Or- sisted by Rev. Allen Youngof of Florida. "

bride is the daughter Mrs. J. B. Young of Gaines- lando, mother of Dr. S. S. Ona.

Miss SmithMrs. of Elliott Gates Hendryand ville is the great grandmotherof Block, of this city passed I
Given in marriage by her
Mrs. Billie Jean Hendry.The the new arrivals. away Thursday at Orange Me- LutheranWomen
Thomas Elder and father the bride wore a I
bridegroom is the son of morial Hospital, Orlando.Dr. .
Mrs. Francis Myers enter- William Clifford Canady and Dr. and Mrs. Harry R. War- Block and family are in white imported nylon lace Meet I

tained at a pre-nuptial coffee Mrs. Betty Ruth Canady. fel left recently for a ten New York City where they over taffeta and she carrieda
morning for Bible centered with white
Friday a
week auto trip across countryto will attend the funeral
Given in marriage by her serv-
Gretchen 'Smith of
Miss orchid.
father the bride wore a the West Coast. They will ices. TuesdayThe
Havre de Grace, Md., bride gownof
satin featuring a sweet- Miss Gail Taylor of Lake-
elect of Charles A. Rich, at Lutheran Women's
heart lace jacket She worea land, cousin of the bride,
the Elder
Missionary League of First
Mrs. S. P. Sash off and pearl necklace, a gift of Coffee Fetes was maid of honor. Bridesmaids Lutheran Church will meet
the bridegroom, and carried were Miss Hilda Earn-
Mrs. Brooks Shumaker Sr.
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., at the
her grandmother's lace hand- est and Miss Taylorof
at the door. -
greeted guests
Parish HalL
Miss Jean HannonFloral
Coffee and punch were pour- kerchief.Her Lakeland.The .
veil of illusion fell froma "The Spirit-filled Congregation -
ed by Mrs. Dennis Stan ley, attendants
Mrs. Harry Norton, Mrs. crown of seed pearls and Miss Jean Hannon, bride- appointments decorated brocade taffeta wore in gownsof colorsof Activates its Members," i

R. L. Bowman and Mrs. Sigs- she carried a white orchid elect of James A. AdkinsonJr. the home.Receiving blue, yellow, green and lav- will be the program presented -
bee Scruggs. centered on a Bible. ., were honored at a coffee guests at the by Mrs.'Clayton Hustad.
ender. Dampier, nieceof
Corsages of shasta daisies Miss.. Janette Canady, sister given Saturday by Mrs. D. T. door were Mrs. Jimmy But- Terry Mite boxes will be collected. :
the bride was flower girl.
and yellow chrysanthemumswere of the bridegroom was Phylaw and Mrs. R. C. ler, Mrs. Harold StringerMrs. These funds are used to .
She wore a pink dress.
presented to Miss Smith maid of honor. Miss Ann Cath- Philips, at the Philips home. J. Harry Norton and benefit the District and Inter- I I

and to Mrs. Charles E. Rich, erine Bridges was bridesmaidand Mrs. Robert S. Mullin. Jim Wirries, brother of the national Mission projects. I .

mother of the bridegroom; Miss Lanna Kay Ballardwas Assisting in the living room bridegroom, served as best Hostesses will be Mrs. Werner j I

elect. junior' bridesmaid. Flower Keo Club were Miss Rosemary John- man. Ushers were Kenneth Lauter, president of the I

Gifts of silver were pre- girl was Miss Diana Sue son, Mrs. David Bristol, Dampier of Atlanta, brother- League. j I .
Ballard. Gives '
sented to the honoree by the PartyKeo and Mrs. Robert Mosley. -
Lawrence Ballard of Miami
hostesses. was best man. Ushers were Club gave"a birthday Pouring were Mrs. J. Fran- ] Keep FIT! i
cis Mrs.
Elliott Gates Hendry Jr. ,and party for Hemlock Cottageat Cooper, Claude The cape let
Edward Sunland Allen, Mrs. Julian M. McCra-I.
Coffee Honors Canady. Training Center
The bride's mother nie and Mrs. Frank 0. Spain
wore a evening. SWIMFor Costume.
Mrs. teal green lace suit, beige Birthday cake and punch III, Miss June Dickson and .
accessories and an orchid cor- were served and gifts were Mrs. Henry Stanley. fashion's young silhouette beautifully tailored by

Warner Armstrong sage.A distributed. Michael E. Hud- Assisting in the dining room Health Nelly Don in a handsome textured cotton. Cool dark

Stringer was honored at a reception followed the son entertained by .playing, were Mrs. J. M. Tison and I transition checks or brown or blue. ,

coffee given recently at the ceremony at the church. Pink the guitar. Miss Kit Stanley.Country. I AND SAFETY '; Sizes 8 to 16

home of CoL and Mrs. James and white floral arrangements.were Hostesses for the party $19.98 '

Hennesy, by Mrs. Hennesyand the appointments used. were Mrs. loWs Adams Mrs. Club I LEARN TO SWIM I IN 7 EASY LESSONS
James Mrs. Harry K. Doles Jr. William ,R. Frazer, Mrs. Jack .
Mrs. Parker and
cut andserved the wedding Freeman, Mrs. Charles John- "Guaranteed Reuslts or Your Money Back
Mrs. Robert Stract. Buffet'Served I IA 1
cake, and Mrs. David Brock. son, Mrs. William Page, Mrs. :: f.-: :
Mrs. Stringer is the wife. I Call TOM OLSEN 3727187or <: ; J ttf ,
a minister poured punch. Richard Reeves, Mrs. T. G. buffet win be served at L --
of the new comingto Miss Dianne Brown of Miami
Campbell. the Gainesville Golf and ::
St. Episcopal -::
Church. kept the brides book. Keo Club will meet next Country Club today from Individual Instructions Children & Adults
The bride wore a pale blue on July 9, for a dinner party noon to 2 p.m., and from I
Pouring were Mrs. Da Prides suit and matching accessoriesfor in the Walnut Room of the 6 to 8:30 p. m., in honor of CLASSES HELD AT HOLIDAY INN POOL NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE -
and Mrs. Irene Nelson. her traveling ensemble. Student Center. Father's Day. Ji

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s FT. MYERS Miss Billie Orlando ana BOD winiams ox
Solemnized Saturday after- bodice and a light blue skirt,
Ann Marasa and Martin Bran- Miami.A .
noon was the wedding of Miss and a corsage of pink ,rose- given
son Hines were married on supper was
Verna Mae Reddick and Char-
Saturday, at 7 pjn., at St. by the bride's parents at the
les' William Jr. which
Byron Edwin Wood Cake J r.. Luke's Episcopal Church, Ft. Knights of Columbus HalL
took place at the University served the bridegroom as best Myers. Turquoise and white' appoint
Lutheran Church.
nan. Ushers were Bobby ments were used.
Rev. Arthur Smith performed -
Pastor Norman E. Kieffer Leon Damron and Glen Allen The bride's table was cov-

performed the double ring Decker. the double ring ceremony ered with a white lace tablecloth -
before altar adorned with'
ceremony before an altar and was centered by
The bride's mother chose a white gladioli and chrysanthemums. ,
adorned with white chrysan- the wedding cake. .
and green linen dress and matching table
themums greenery. The punch was cov-
accessories for her daugh- The bride is the daughterof ered with a white lace table-

Mrs. Selden F. Waldo was ter's wedding. The bride- Mr. and Mrs. Victor John cloth, with a crystal punch

W organist and Mrs. Henry R., groom's mother wore a blue Marasa of Ft. Myers, and the bowl at one end and a silver

Hinkley was soloist. and white print dress and bridegroom is the son of Mr. coffee service at the other.

f.y. white accessories. Both wore and Mrs. Odell Hines of
The bride is the daughter of Assisting with the hospitalities
;r white orchid corsages. Gainesville. Mrs. John Sims and
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Reddickof were

''r s Gainesville, and the bride- After a wedding trip to St. Given in marriage by her Mrs. James Kleis. Miss Mar-

; st groom is' the son of Mr. and Augustine the newlyweds will I father the bride wore a gownof lene Sims and Miss Leanne

Mrs. C. W. Byron of Cocoa live in Lakeland for the sum- white silk organza over Kleis kept the bride's book.

Beach. mer, and then move to Au- ; 4. bridal satin. Her shoulder For her traveling ensemblethe

Given in marriage by her burn, Ala., in the fall where K" :&<' I length veil fell from a crown bride chose a white pique

father, the bride wore a Mr. Byron is attending Au- r ._., /1;{ .,' .. ; fix of pearls and crystal beads, sheath with white accessories.The .

r.' cream white knit suit and burn College of Veterinary. ,- at4 J and she carried a bouquet of newlyweds will make

,4i: matching accessories. A cor- Medicine.Out ,'<. -- | white carnations sweetheart their home in Manhattan,

sage of, yellow rosebuds complimented of town guests were t roses and lily of the valley. Kansas.

her ensemble.Mrs. Mrs. L. C. Smith, Waldo, Tex h H Miss Cheryl Hines sister of
Tex A. Merritt, of Merritt, Leesburg Mr. and tmI the bridegroom, was maid of

Leesburg, attended the bride Mrs. A. E. Greenwell, Lees- 44 .' honor. She wore a crystal pink

I as matron of honor. She worea burg, and Mrs. Charlotte silk organza over taffeta dress

a dress featuring a white laceSmithBoyd Byron, Cocoa Beach. with matching accessories,
!\ and a bouquet of white chry-
I .. [ santhemums.
1 JJI.lJIi.w'd.v: ;-,...::\\ t !:<< f. 1
Mrs. Henry T. Stanley Jr. Bridesmaids were Miss Roberta uarmattellay
Mrs. William Melville Slemons HI
Rodriguez of Tampa, )
and Miss Wilhelmina 1 THE FAVORITE SPOT
I' Hagen, IN TOWN TO
Stanley-Lloyd cousin of the bride. Their MEET FOR NOON
LAKE BUTLER Mr. and wore a yellow dress, and a SlemonsMathersORLANDO dresses were styled like that LUNCH. ;

Mrs. Gene A. Smith were cabbage rose headpiece. She of the honor attendant in ,706 VV. UNIVER. AVE,

PANAMA CITY Miss wore a turquoise linen dress married on June 14, at the carried a cascade bouquet of turquoise silk organza. They

Kay Lloyd and Henry Tru- with lace bodice and match- Lake Butler MethodistChurch. yellow roses. Miss Susan Gaynor Slemons of Cocoa carried bouquets of white cry-
man Jr. Clara Mathers, daughter of Beach, served as best man.
Stanley were mar- ing accessories. The motherof T. R. Smith- served his santhemums.
ried June 6 at the Dr. Fred Mathews of Orlando, Ushers were James PenneyJr.
on chapelof the bridegroom wore a Edward Johnston of Ft.
The bride is the former brother as best man. Ush
the First Methodist rose silk linen dress and and the late Mrs. Mathers, ., Orlando, Joseph RutlandJr. Lauderdale best
Miss Sarah Boyd, daughterof ers were Edward McGuinn, was man
Church Panama City.: matching accessories. Both and William Melville Slemons ., Winter Park, David
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Archer Jr. and Jim Ushers were Patrick Yates of
Boydof Doyle
Rev. Earl DuBois officiatedat wore of white III, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, Orlando Autrey Hoff- .
corsages or- ._
the double ring ceremony chids.A Gainesville formerly of Cherry, nephew of the bride- Melville Siemens II, of man, Orlando, Bishop Jordon, I. ,

performed before a back reception dinner was giv- Lake Butler. The bridegroomis groom. Orlando, were married on Winter Park, Baird Duncan, GEIGER'S
the son of Mrs. Tommie R. Following the ceremony a Saturday evening at Cathe- Gainesville John
ground of two brass urns fill en by the bride's parents at McCarty
ed with white gladioli and the Cove Hotel, following the Smith of Greensboro Fla. reception was given by th e dral Church of St. Luke. Jr., Ft. Pierce, and Vane

chrysanthemums bur ning ceremony. The ceremony was performed brides' parents in the educa- McClurg of Lakeland.A .

gold tapers and potted palms. Miss Katherine Stanley, by the bride's father as- tional building. Bishop William the Hargrave theI I
performed as- reception followed
Louise sisted by Rev. S. A. Wilson: of Guests were greeted at ceremony
Mrs. sister of the
Sapp provided bridegroom, kept
sisted Dean
0'' the nuptial music. the bride's book, and Mrs. Neptune Beach, before a back- the door by Mrs. C. H. Drig- bell by Francis Camp- ceremony at the Country Clubof

The bride is the daughterof Ed Hill of Zachary, La., cut ground of candelabra palms gers Jr. Miss Linda Cope- Gray. Orlando.

Mr. and Mrs. Rayford L. the wedding cake. ,and floral' arrangements. land of Archer kept the Given in marriage by her The newlyweds will honey-

Lloyd and the bridegroomis The bride was graduatedfrom Given in marriage by her bride's book. father the bride wore a gownof moon in Jamaica. They will

the son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida State University father the bride wore a dress Serving wedding cake were silk peau de soie featuringan return to make their home in ; I

Henry T. Stanley of Gaines where she was a member of of imported Swiss brocade Mrs. L. J. Cherry of Lee and empire waist and Floren- New Orleans. ,

ville.. Kappa Delta sorority.The featuring a bell skirt. Her Mrs. W. B. Smith of Monte- tine mantilla. She carried a Gainesville guests presentfor

Given in marriage by her bridegroom was gradu- veil of illusion fell from a cello sisters of the bride. bouquet of gardenias and lily the wedding were Mr. and

father the bride wore a floor ated from the University of head piece of white .nylon Punch was" served by Miss: of the valley. Mrs. Harry Duncan, Miss Continental cord

r" length gown of imported white Florida where he received a leaves, and she carried a bou- Mary B. Smith sister of the Attending the bride was Linda Duncan, Baird Duncan,

linen featuring an embroidered BS degree in Advertising and quet of carnations centered by bridegroom, Mrs. D. E. Mrs. Gaynor Slemons of Cocoa Mr. and Mrs. Addison PoundSr. ,v 1\Lt\ I ..smooth-fitting

train which flowed froma was a member of Sigma Chi an orchid. Dukes, and Mrs. Leroy Mi- Beach, matron of honor, ., Mr. and Mrs. Addison

linen bow. Her fingertip, fraternity. Miss Anne Beaty of Archer zelle. Little Miss Jo Ann Cher- and Miss Elizabeth Ann Pound Jr., Miss ElizabethAnn J sheath and cardigan ,

t veil of .illusion fell from a Among the, out .of town was maid of honor. She ry distributed rice bags. Pound of Gainesville, maid of Pound, Mr. and Mrs. 1+, 1 II ttl jacket designedin i
matching pill box, and she wedding guests were Mrs. honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Grier Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Bailey -

carried a bouquet of orchids Henry Stanley of Montgomery Marcia Fosgate Winter Park, Whiddon Mr. and Mrs. C. a carefree,

and ivy. She wore a dia- grandmother of the Miss Carol Waterhouse, Orlando Sidney Robertson Jr., Mrs.S. textured blend of

mond and pearl necklage, a bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. Mrs. Autrey Hoffmanof W. Getzen, Col. and Mrs.C. .

gift from the bridegroom. Tom C. Garner, Birmingham; Orlando, Miss ElizabethAnn D. Bonnot,. Mr. and Mrs. ; 111)1) Arnel triacetate

Mrs. Robert A. Bush of Mrs. Lucy deGraffenried, Au McLean, Palatka, and Newton Ebaugh, Mr. and t and
Huntsville Ala., was ma- burn, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Cunning, visit, Grand Canyon, Yose- Miss Ann Yerger Mound La. Mrs. Earl Powers, Mr. and l !' cotton. Brown

tron of honor. She wore a Walter Dodge, Fort Walton ham left Friday for New mite and Yellowstone National Junior bridesmaids were Miss Mrs. W. B. Stokesbury, Mrs.J. )21JII11' or blue with black,

street length dress of pink or Beach; Robert A. Bush, York'where she will visit her Park.. Catherine Brown, Irving C. McCraw, Mrs. Virginia
ganza and carried a bouquetof Huntsville, Ala.; Aurelia Pitts daughter, Miss Doris E. Haynes Texas. Miss Linda Ann Dun- Steen Mr. and Mrs. W. G. II, riiiii aqua with brown.

pink phaloenopsis orchids.H. and Isabel Pitts of Pit t s- and attend the Wotld's Mrs. Betty W. Taylor, .University can of Gainesville was flower Boltin Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Rutherford served view,Ala. Fair. Miss Haynes is manager of Florida Law Li- girl. Owen Harper Jr. tIN I I : 12 to 18
the bridegroom as best man. The newlyweds will live of the Columbian Coffee brarian will attend the 57th I II I

Ushers were Rayford LloydJr. in Panama City, where Mr. House in the Americana Ho- annual convention of the J ill! I : ... $2598

., and William Pitts Lloyd Stanley! is associated with tel. American Association of Law I I II II II
Libraries, June 28 through WirresEarnestWACHULA
brothers of the bride. International Paper Com
The mother of the bride pany. Mrs. Florence Dunlap returned July 2, at the Chase Park i

this week from Tallahassee Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, Mo.
where she completedwork Mr. and Mrs. in-law of the bride, Dick Am- Hh I

for a Master's degree in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Ronald Wirries were mar- bler of Sarasota, and Frank I

I CanadyHendrySolemnized Library Science at Florida Egelston of Jacksonville an- ried on June 7, at the North- Bannon of Bradenton. Lee rI

State University.Mrs. nounce the birth of a daughter side Baptist Church, Wachula. Bailey, nephew of the bride-
The bride is the daughter groom, was best man. I
will the
Dunlap rejoin Ruth Ann, born on June
Saturday eve- which took place at the High- staff of the Gainesville Pub of Rev. and Mrs. E. E. The followedby I !
the wedding of Miss lands Presbyterian Church. 12.Ruth of Wachula and the ceremony was
ning was lic in Earnest, ,
Library July. Ann is the grand- a reception in the social
and William is the of Mr.
Penny Fay Hendry bridegroom son
Rev. William Shea per- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. hall
Clifford Canady Jr., Walt Wirries of
h and Mrs.
formed the double ring cere- Lt. and Mrs. James B. Coy Strickland of this city.
1 mony. Miss Margaret Be- Young of Lackland Air Force Mrs. Egelston is the former Bradenton.Rev. After July 15, the newly-

Pre-Nuptial low was against, and Miss Base San Antonio, Texas, an- Miss Ann Strickland. Earnest p e rformed weds will make their homein C

Patricia Rehbein was solo- nounce the birth of triplets, the double ring ceremony, as- Gainesville where Mrs.

Coffee For ist.The all girls born on June 17. Mrs. Albert Block of Or- sisted by Rev. Allen Youngof Wirries of will Florida.attend the Uni

bride is the daughter Mrs. J. B. Young of Gaines- lando, mother of Dr. S. S. Ona. versity

Miss SmithMrs. of Elliott Gates Hendryand ville is the great grandmotherof Block, of this city passed
Given in marriage by her
Mrs. Billie Jean Hendry.The the new arrivals. away Thursday at Orange Me- LutheranWomen
Thomas Elder and father the bride wore a gownof
bridegroom is the son of morial Hospital Orlando.Dr. .
Mrs. Francis Myers enter- William Clifford Canady and Dr. and Mrs. Harry R. War- Block and family are in white imported nylon lace
tained at a pre-nuptial coffee Mrs. Betty Ruth Canady. fel left recently for a ten New York City where they over taffeta, and she carrieda
morning for Bible centered with a white
"Smith of Given ,In marriage by her week auto trip across countryto will attend the funeral serv-
Miss orchid.
the West Coast. will ices. TuesdayThe
Havre de Grace, Md., bride father the bride wore a gownof

elect of Charles A. Rich, at satin featuring a sweet- Miss Gail Taylor of Lake- Lutheran Women'sMissionary
heart land cousin of the bride,
lace jacket. She worea ,
the Elder home. League of First .
pearl necklace, a gift of Coffee Fetes was maid of honor. Brides
Mrs. S. P. S ash 0 ff and Lutheran Church will meet
the bridegroom, and carried maids were Miss Hilda Earn- I
Mrs. Brooks, Shumaker Sr. Tuesday at 9:30 ajn.f at the ,
i greeted guests at the door. her grandmother's lace hand Miss est and Miss Margie Taylorof Parish HalL -

Coffee and punch were pour- kerchief. Jean HannonFloral Lakeland.The I
Her veil of Illusion fell froma "The Spirit-filled Congrega-
ed by Mrs. Dennis Stan ley, attendants wore j
Mrs. Harry Norton, Mrs.R. crown of seed pearls and Miss Jean Hannon, bride- appointments decorated brocade taffeta in gownsof colorsof tion Activates its Members," I acThe
she carried white orchid elect of James A. AdkinsonJr. the home.Receiving .
a will be the program presented :
L. Bowman and Mrs. Sigs- blue, yellow, green and lav-
bee Scruggs. centered on a Bible. ., were honored at a coffee guests at the ender. Dampier, nieceof by Mrs.Clayton Hustad. i

Corsages of shasta daisies Miss. Janette Canady, sis- given Saturday by Mrs. D. T. door were Mrs. Jimmy But- Terry flower Mite boxes will be collected. -
the bride was girl.
and yellow chrysanthemumswere ter of the bridegroom was Phylaw and Mrs. R. C. ler, Mrs. Harold StringerMrs. These funds are used to ;;
She wore a pink
presented to Miss Smith maid of honor. Miss Ann Cath- Philips at the Philips home. J. Harry Norton and benefit the District and ,\

and to Mrs. Charles E. Rich, erine Bridges was bridesmaidand Mrs. Robert S. Mullin. Jim Wirries, brother of the national Mission projects.Hostesses Inter-I

mother of the bridegroom Miss Lanna Kay Ballardwas Assisting in the living room bridegroom, served as best will be Mrs. ',J <
elect. junior bridesmaid. Flower Keo Club were Miss Rosemary Johnson man. Ushers were Kenneth ner Lauter, president of the '
girl was Miss Diana Sue of Atlanta, brother- League. II .
Mrs. Dampier
Gifts of silver were pre David Bristol,
Ballard. Gives
sented to the honoree by the PartyKeo and Mrs. Robert Mosley. r
Lawrence Ballard of Miami .J-
hostesses. "' Pouring were Mrs. J. Fran-
was best man. Ushers were Club gave a birthday Keep FIT!
cis Cooper, Mrs. Claude
Elliott Gates Hendry Jr. and party for Hemlock Cottageat I cape let
Allen, Mrs. Julian M. McCra-
Coffee Honors Edward Canady. Sunland Training Center,
The bride's mother wore a on Thursday evening. nie and Mrs. Frank 0. Spain SWIM Costume.
: .
III, Miss June Dickson and
Mrs. teal green lace suit. beige Birthday cake and punch
accessories and an orchid corsage were served and gifts were Mrs. Henry Stanley. fashion's young silhouette, beautifully tailored by ;
Warner Armstrong distributed. Michael E. Hud- Assisting in the dining room Nelly Don in a handsome textured cotton. Cool dark
For Health !
Stringer was honored at a A reception followed the son entertained by .playing, were Mrs. J. M. Tison and transition checks or brown or blue. .

coffee given recently at the ceremony at the church. Pink the guitar. Miss Kit'Stanley. AND SAFETY Sizes 8 to 16
and white floral Hostesses for the
Cot arrangements.were party $19.98
home of and Mrs. James
Hennesy by Mrs. Hennesyand the appointments used. were Mrs. loWs Adams, Mrs. LEARN TO'SWIM IN 7 EASY LESSONS
Country.Club '.
Mrs. Harry K., Doles Jr. William ,R. Frazer Mrs. Jack ,
Mrs, James Parker and
cut and served the wedding Freeman, Mrs, Charles John- Buffet Served "Guaranteed Reuslts or Your Money Bock"
Robert Stract.
Mrs. I
cake, and Mrs. David Brock, son, Mrs. William Page, Mrs. : 1j'Ltg :-
Mrs. Stringer is the wife Call TOM OLSEN 372-7187 C ;
poured punch. Richard Reeves, Mrs. T. G. 'A buffet will be served at F
I of the new minister coming
Miss Dianne Brown of Mi- Campbell. the Gainesville Golf and HOLIDAY'INN :

to St. Michael's Episcopal ami kept the brides book. Keo Club will meet next Country Club today from : ladiriducl or Instructions THE Children & Adults

Church. The bride wore a pale blue on July 9, for a dinner party noon to 2 p.m., and from .
Pouring were Mrs. Ha Pri- suit and matching accessoriesfor in the Walnut Room of the 6 to 8:30 p. m., in honor of CLASSES HELD AT HOLIDAY INN POOL NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE::

den and Mrs. Irene Nelson. her traveling ensemble. Student Center. Father Day. jl ._ .

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Engagements Announced Today : j

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Miss ltU Miss Frances ; Miss Barbara Jean'l.'I"arth- Jane Edwards "Mi''S's""Ka Ann'L' 'y cJ I
Nancy Virginia P4 Mnrphree Sylretl tI Miss linda Eleanor Sullivan Miss Martha Dianna Oliver. Miss Sandra Jean Bryan

I PettisBurgessFORT Edwarcls- Davis LytleWilsonMONTEAGLE Bryan J acoD's I

PAYNE, Ala. Mr. son of Mrs. Walter Howard IRVINE Senator and Little Sisters of Minerva. Tenn. The of the senior class, presidentof LAYTEY Mr. and Mrs. In training at the J. Hillis

and Mrs. Pierce Rayvon Pet Hurston of Florala, Ala., and Mrs. Lawrence Kirkland Edwards Mr. Davis was graduatedfrom announcement is made today National Thespian Society, Raymond W. Bryan of Law- Miller Health Center to be an

tis of Fort Payne, Ala., announce the late James Hirum Burgess Jr. of Irvine announce Valdosta High School by Andrew Nelson Lytle, of and a member of the National tey, formerly of Jacksonville, operating room technician.

the engagement of and Mrs. May Huggins the engagement and approaching and received both his BS and Monteagle, Tenn., and fro- Honor Society.Mr. announce the engagement and Mr. Jacobs Is employed by

their daughter, Miss Nancy Catts of Gainesville, and Edward marriage of their daughter MA degrees at Florida State merly of Gainesville, wherehe Wilson was graduatedfrom approaching marriage of their the of Florida.
Virginia Pettis to James Fer- Douglass Catts of Talla Miss Martha Jane Edwards University. He served as was a member of the University Metairie Park Country daughter, Miss Sandra Jeanto The wedding will be an
rel Burgess, son of Mr. and hassee. to Harry Douglas president of Sigma Alpha Ep-
Florida faculty, of Day School and is a studentat Ralph Edward Jacobs, son event of July 17, at 8 ,at
Mrs. Ferrel Marvel Burgessof Both Miss Pettis and Mr. Davis of Valdosta, Ga, son of silon and was a member of the engagement of his daughter the University of the South, of Mr. and Mrs. John C. the Grace Methodist p.m.Churchin

Florala, Ala. Burgess are seniors at Auburn Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maxwell Omicron Delta Kappa and Miss Katherine Ann Lytle Sewanee. He holds member Jacobs of Gainesville. Lawtey.No .

Miss Pettis is the granddaughter University, Miss Pettisis Davis. Gold Key, honorary frater to Paul Talbot Wilson, son of ship in Wellington Club and Miss Bryan was graduatedfrom invitations are being
of Mrs. Pierce Ray a member of Delta Zeta Miss Edwards was gradu- nities. He is presently an instructor -
Mr. and
Mrs. John Wadsworth Kappa Alpha Order. Mr. Wilson Bradford County High sent, but all friends and rela-
von,Pettis of Grove Hill, Ala., sorority, and Mr. Burgess is ated from Stuart Hall and attended of accounting at Florida Wilson
of Metairie, La. is the grandson of Mrs. School and she is presently tives are invited to attend
and the late Mr. Pettis, and a member of Delta Chi fraternity the University of Florida State University.The .
The bride-elect! is the John A. M. Wilson of New
Mrs. Edna Twitty Smith of where she wedding will be an
was a member -
daughter of the late Mrs. Orleans, La., and the late
Scottsboro, Ala., and Leon The wedding will be an of Chi Omega social sorority event of September 26 at the I
Lytle and the granddaughterof Mr. Wilson, and Mrs. Paul Elmore-Loy
Houston Smith of Huntsville, event of August 29, at the and the Order of the First Baptist Church of Ocala.
Mrs. Horace Holt Barkerof Tilman Talbot of New Orleans
First Methodist Church Fort
Ala.Mr. Memphis and the late and the late Dr. Talbot. MICANOPY Mr. and Mrs.
is the
Burgess grand Payne.
AlienDevore Judge Barker, and the late The wedding will be an James W. Elmore of Micanopy

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lytle of event of August 15 at All announce wedding plans for the

Murfreesboro. She Saints' in Sewanee marriage of their daughter,
I Syf rett Dorminey CHIEFLAND Mr. and was gradu- Chapel ,
ated from Miss Mary Elmore and NormanW.
Mrs. Boyce Allen of Chiefland St. Mary's Schoolin after which they will live in

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. ployed by the Agricultural Experiment announce the engagement of Sewanee where she was Baton Rouge, La., and Loy, son of Mr. and Mrs. S

Syfrett announce the engage- Station.Mr. their daughter; Miss CarolynB. president of the student government continue their studies at Albert Parsons of Pinconning,

ment of their daughter Miss Dorminey was graduated Allen to Armegy DeVore, association, secretary Louisiana State University. Mich.

(0 Barbara Jean Syfrett to Rob- from Coffee County High son of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. fF Miss Elmore is employed as

bert Winston Dorminey, son School, Douglas, Ga. He received DeVore of Day, Fla. a bookkeeper at the College T

of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dorm. his BSA degree from FrerkingEbelingCOLUMBIA
iney of Douglas, Ga. the University of Florida, The bride-elect was graduated Inn.The
Miss Syfrett was graduated where he is presently work from Chiefland High t. b.q. S. C. The ating class. Miss Frerking Is bridegroom-elect is stationed l

from Vernon High School, ing on his MSA School and is presently attending Rev. and Mrs. Roland Frerk- employed by Equitable Life with the U.S. Navy at

Vernon. She was previously ing on his MSA. Central Florida Junior ing, of Columbia, S.C., and Assurance Society in Columbia Mayport, aboard the U. S. S.

College, Ocala. formerly of Gainesville, announce S. C. Stribling.The PC
t employed by the Air Force Plans have been made for .
the engagement of Mr. Ebeling was graduatedfrom wedding will take placeon
European Exchange Head an August 16 wedding, at 3 The bridegroom-elect was
quarters in Wiesbaden Ger- at the First Methodist their daughter Miss Joanne the University of Florida August 8, at 7 p. m., at the
p.m. graduated from Newberry
Frerking to Carl T. Ebelingof with a BS degree in Business
First Baptist Church of Mica-
many, and is presently em- Church Chapel. High School and is employedby Clearwater.The Administration. He is employed ::JjijjU jg
nopy. \
the City of Ocala.
jfr ,. bride-elect was graduated by the General Electric Friends and relatives are Invited

I' Murphree Mauzy Plans have been made for from the University of Company Finance Division, to attend the wedding

an August 16 wedding, at 3 Florida, where she was a St. Petersburg.The ceremony and reception. Miss Mary Elmore
member of Phi Beta Kappa wedding will take placeon \ I
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Judge and Mrs. John A. H. Texas Christian University, p.m., at the First Baptist A.
and Phi Kappa Phi honorary July 19, at Holy Trinity
r ; Murphree announce the engagement Fort Worth, Texas. Church, Chiefland.Brides'. Miss Carolyn B. Allen ,,_ ,
fraternities, and she was val Lutheran Church in Colum
of their daughter, The bridegroom-elect Is a edictorian of the 1962 gradu bia.PreNuptial. Gallop-Munn 1.:1:
Miss Frances Murphree to graduate of Southwestern

: William Charles Mauzy, son. State College and is presently BookTODAY ALACHUA Mrs. Loiselle

of Mr. and Mrs. William C. employed by Jet Research Gallop of Alachua announcesthe

Mauzy of Hobart, Okla. Center, Inc., in Arlington, Party engagement of her daughter

The bride-elect was graduated Texas. June 21 Ing Miss Chris Carlisle and Moss Nancy Diane Gallop

: from Gainesville High Plans are being made for Wedding of Miss Patricia Hardy Wylie, Jr., Mr. and to Robert Eugene Munn,

School and is a Senior at the wedding in August. Carol Ailstock and Clifton Mrs. Henry L. Gray Jr., and son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.

McNeil Gornto, 5 p.m., First Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. GraySr. For Miss ThrasherMrs. Munn of Hague.

SullivanMilesWALDO Baptist Church of Archer. ., 6:30: p.m., at the formers The bride-elect was graduated

I' ; MONDAY, June 22 house. from Santa Fe High
Dick Williams and elect was also presented witha School and will be employedby E
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Miles was graduatedfrom Miscellaneous shower Buckler complimenting FRIDAY, June 26 her daughter, Mrs. Marcus gift of silver. Florida Pest Control,
Miss Sandy
L. P. Sullivan of Waldo announce Union County High Rehearsal honoring Miss Milam III, complimented Miss An arrangement of pink carnations Gainesville.The .
bride-elect of Jim Hugu-
and Carlisle and
the engagement School and is employed by the Chris Hardy Wy- Jean Thrasher, bride electof and pink satin wed bridegroom-elect was
ley, Miss Nancy Willinghamand
and Mrs. M. H.
of lie Jr. Dr.
approach ing marriage ,
Wayne Rickman, at a lunch graduated from Santa Fe
Florida Highway Patrol. Miss Beth Brogdon, 5915 GainesvilleGolf ding bands centered the lunch
Miss Linda 7
iheir daughter, Wylie, p.m.,
eon given Saturday, at the High School and has attendedthe
NW 19th Place, 3 eon
Carl Fuller pjn. and Club.
Eleanor Sullivan to The will be Country
Gainesville Tea complimenting Miss I Bridesmaids luncheon hon Gainesville Golf and Country Places were marked for University of Florida and
Miles of son event of July 25 at 7:30 p.m., Club. Barton Valdosta State College. He is i
Paula Jean Wyman, the honoree, Mrs.
Milesof Paula Jean
of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. oring Miss Wy
at the First Baptist Church of The hostesses presented the presently employed by the
Lake Butler. elect of Frederick H. Pitz, man, Mrs. I. X. Cheeves and Thrasher, Miss Doris Ridg-
The bride-elect was graduated Waldo. 2 to 5 p.m., Miss Lillian E. Miss Julie Cheeves, 12:30 honoree and her mother, Mrs. way, Miss June Goolsby, Mrs. University of Florida, and .

from P. K. Yonge Lab- No invitations are being Pitz, aunt of bridegroom-elect. p.m., Hotel Thomas Blue Barton Thrasher, with white Barton Thrasher Jr., Miss will enter the U of F in Sep.

oratory School. She is employed sent, but all friends and relatives TUESDAY, June 23 Room. carnation corsages. The bride.Installation Mary Kit Moore, Mrs. Lavon- tember.

in the County Judges are invited to attend the Luncheon honoring Miss Luncheon honoring Miss ne Palmer, Mrs. Arnold Mat. Wedding plans will be Miss Nancy Diane Gallop I

Office. ceremony and reception. Paula Jean Wyman, bride- Jean Thrasher, bride-elect of thews, Mrs. E. W. Garris, announced.

elect of Frederick H. Pitz, Wayne Rickman, Mrs. RalphG. Mrs. Lorena Fletcher and
1 pjn., Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Holi- Miss Ann Arnow.
I VonnMarcotteBROWNSVILLE Leighty, p.m., Oliver-Mims I
Lake Geneva home of day Inn.SATURDAY. Is MondayInstallation Miss Thrasher was also hon

Mrs. Watson.WEDNESDAY. ored at a miscellaneous show..
Texas ly working on her MA degreein June 24 June 27 of officers for er given recently by Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Oliver The bridegroom elect, a

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vonn Education.The Cocktail party honor i n g Wedding of Miss Christina Women of the Moose will be Wynn, Mrs. H. B. Helms, announce the engagement and graduate of Pompano Beach
of Brownsville, Texas, announce bridegroom-elect was Miss Chris Carlisle and Hardy Carlisle and Moffatt Harde- held Monday at 8
p.m., and Mrs. Louis Lattimer. approaching marriage of their High School, is a senior at
the and graduated from the Universityof man Wylie Jr., 4 pjn., First
engagement Wylie Jr., Mr. and Mrs. at the Moose Home.
Blue and white floral
arrangements -
Miss Martha Dianna Carson Newman Mr.
daughter, College.
approaching marriage of their Florida, where he is pre- Gerald A. Rudderman and Methodist Church, Receptionat
daughter Miss Clara Mae sently working on his PhD Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Clay Gainesville Golf and Country Officers being installed are table.were used on the Oliver to Mervin Carroll Mims is an English major

Vonn to Ronald Edward Mar- in Radiation Chemistry.The ton, Golfview. Club. Senior Regent, Mrs. James serving Mims, son of Mrs. G. K. Laneof preparing for the ministry.
Thirty attended the
cotte, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. wedding will be an THURSDAY, June 25 Wedding of Miss Paula Hindman; Junior Regent, guests Orlando, and the late Mr.
An Is
J. Marcotte'oUOrlando. event of August 8, at St. Pat Rehearsal Dinner for Wy- Jean Wyman and FrederickH. Mrs. Anna Mae Coles; Junior Carroll Edward Mims. August wedding be-

The bride-elect was graduated rick's Catholic Church. man-Pitz wedding party, Mr. Pitz, 6:30 p. m., Faith Graduate Regent, Mrs. Robert ing planned.

from the University of Friends of the couple are invited and Mrs. John G. Pitz, hosts Presbyterian Chapel, Me 1. Brown; Chaplain, Mrs. Annual The bride elect was graduated

Florida,:where! ,she is present. to atknd. University Inn. rose. Reception following in Albert Yarborough, Treas- from Gainesville High

Dinner party compliment- Church Social Room. urer, Mrs. George Capper Reception School She Is a senior at Car. Cleaning fluid may removea
Recorder, Mrs. William candlewax stain from table
I Acting Classes Are SlatedA Lund; Guide, Mrs. Hayward SlatedJudge son .Newman College, Jefferson linen; but before applying the

Willis Assistant Guide, Mrs. City, Tennessee, where
series of evening acting Boulevard, and all interested Calendar. Of EventsMONDAY ; and Mrs. John H. fluid, scrape off all the wax
Cecil Cox Sentinel Mrs. Joe
; she 2s majoring in elementary possible with a dull table
invited to Ward will
classes will be sponsored by persons are partici- Stokes; Argus, Mrs. Charles entertain their

,the Gainesville Little ,Thea. pate. No acting experience is Crown; Pianist, Mrs. George friends at an annual re- education. knife.

,tre during the summer required. A small registrationfee : June 22 presented by Jasper N. Lindzmayer.Mrs. ception given by the coupleat 'I -trr

months, beginning on Mondayat will be charged, which Gainesville Bridge Club, Joiner, Associate Professor of their home, 1500 East Uni- BRIDAL SPECIAL
may apply toward Little 7:30 Recreation Center. Gerald Home Installation versity Avenue, on Sunday,
: 8.00 pjn. the f
College Agriculture
pan. 0 ..
Theater membership for the chairman. Installing officer June 28, from 3 to 6 p. m.

.. The sessions, conducted by 1964-65 season. Further information TUESDAY, June 23 10:30 awn, College of Agriculture will be Mrs. Helen Da- The reception is a traditional from

Mrs. David Lane, will be held may be obtained from Supreme Forest Woodmen ; Annuals and Biennials, vies, Grand Regent of the affair and all friends

at the theatre:. ;:4039 N.W..16th Mrs. John R. Haney. Circle 7:30 pjn., Odd Fellows Miss Mary Auditorium Noble, 2:30 pjn, Women of the Moose. and relatives are invited to Roy N. GreenPhotographers
Hall, 738 SE 2nd Avenue. McCarty ; This will be an open meet- attend.
Jack L. Longmire, Jackson- ting, after which refresh.. Refreshments win be served IfITfiX
WEDNESDAY, June 24 ville Rose 4:20
Society, pjn. 1
ments will be served. on the lawn.Howell's. '
Gainesville Bridge Club, McCarty Auditorium. \

7:30 Holiday Inn.
Unversity pjn. CIty Bridge Club, Beginning Corsage craft Business announcing a NEW Color

ItJ Weed Hall, 107 NW Mrs. Ivan L. Van Horn, 2:30
pjn., Special for Brides-to-Be
College .
15th Terrace. to 5 pjn., Broward Recrea Business Law
20th Annual Garden Club tion HalL AccountingSpeedwriting [Training BetterSecretaries during the months of

traveling soon Short Course, Symposium, Advanced Corsagecraft, rJune, July and August
Landscaping the Small Home, Mrs. Alec Stefans, 2:30 to 5 Gregg English [ !!
Hare of the family 2:30 pja., McCarty Auditor- ..---
a new portrait pan, Broward East Recrea- Business Word Power
__ ium Demonstration of Hawaiian this three-month period you will receive a
\ F to take with you? Wherever you ; tion Room. Business During
Flowers Dr. and Mrs. bridal sitting, one 8x10 portrait one 5x7 glassy printto
.. a travel there'* nothing like a I Thoma J. Sheehan. 8 Gainesville Fine Arts Association CorrespondenceCivil be used with the newspaper announcement of the
s "' family portrait that tays "home.'* pjn. Service Training; n wedding and one beautiful white wedding Album
w Y Agricultural Experiment Sta Summer Fun Painting Business Spelling -rz contorting 8 candid photos In living color.!
Bring your family to our studio Class, 7:30 p.m., Room
tion.Beginning Cost Accounting This complete wedding special ;is offered now for .
for &really good portrait- oon. Flower Arrange- 215, Florida Union. Business Math Just $75.00.

See the difference: professional i ment, Mrs. H. Jefferson Da-
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Typing Roy N. Green Photographers ore color specialists!
make. vis, 2:30 to 5 Broward
II photography can pjn., 2, 8 pjn., Odd Fellows Hall. 90 In speedwriting Their living color portraits and wedding albums maybe
Recreation Room. wpm
seen on display in Green's show 'wndow. All ore t
&GSO ,
Advanced Flower 'Arrange FRIDAY, Jane 2S from recent weddings.

ment, Mrs. H. O. Spencer, wpm In typing H our
"Outstanding Photography.. Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 goal. Geom of the Crop Rating If you are planning a wedding soon,
2:30 to 5 pan Broward East Classes Now Fanning visit the .
In Gainesville Since 133"FR Recreation Room. ajn., Holiday Inn. 20th An-
nual Garden Club .Short

6.5323 THURSDAY, Jane 25 Course, Flower Arrangement Howell's Business College ROY N. GREEN STUDIO
20th Annual Garden Club "Living Jewels At Our Finger.
821 N.W. 13th St. I Short Course, "Old Wives' tips," 11 a.m., Norman Hall 2JS W. Uiffremry Avenue 375-3507 1118 West University Avenue Phone fR 24656Sunda
Tales Debqpked program Auditorium. I

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Geineiril/Sun Sunday. June 21,. 1964

Myrtle Cherry Is District Director 11 O. M.1'

Mrs IsRunnerUp/ Mrs. Myrtle Cherry was othy Ford of Sherman Oaks, state citations awarded to the Waei-E. .... .
installed District Director of Calif., incoming National local club. They also told of
District 3 at the Florida Fed President for the organization a change by the National Fed- THE MONTH_ .
est eration of Business and Professional was the speaker.Mrs. National
fQ: Women's Club Convention Cherry assumed her Business concerning Women's Week, us- CLEARANCE SALE

... .....I "--h""Y"'"''''''Y held at Tampa last duties immediately after in- ually held in October each .. .
stallation and conducted a year. All BPW clubs are to
i. The installation ceremonies planning conference for her observe the "Springtime Salute -
-: were conducted in the district during the convention.The to Working Women" Junior, Misses & Women's DRESSES
grand ballroom which will be held for one .
F of the Floridian eight delegates who "
'ERE 8.f .
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chose six win the top and shape into a 3.00-8.00
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and sixth to Mrs. Paul Cy CtCUY BIOWN5ION6Af Floor Shorts 165 MISSES' & JUNIORS'
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Mrs. Linley B. Leighliter, garine FOUNDATIONS SPECIAL! JUNIORS'
30 MISSES' &
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Florida Beef Loaf Supremeand White pepper to taste Little Diamond Pantie, SML HATS, TOWELS, 2 PIECE SETS
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.t '. Sunday, June 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 5B

Seoul Roundup Delegates Beans And Beef I r

: New Arrivals. .
)l Four Gainesville Senior Girl from Spokane, Washington. 1965 Roundup event is Mrs.A. BEANS AND BEEF 1 GUI ((1 pound) beans in bar-
N Scouts have recently received Delegates will be sent from W. Graessle of Jackson *i pound (% cup firmly packed becue sauce
word that they have been selected Girl Scout councils throughout ville, former Gateway Coun- ) ground lean beef In a medium-size hot greased 11 f
as delegates to the 1965 the United States with cil president. 1 small onion, minced skillet, cook the beef and
national Girl Scout Roundup. visiting Scouts and Guides % teaspoon curry powder onioncrumbling beef with a
They are: Miss Martha Had- from other countries also in 1 teaspoon each Worcester fork-until meat loses its red Mh'V en of f
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. attendance. Senior Girl Scout Cream PuffsTo shire sauc e and prepared color. Mix in the seasonings
Robert L. Hadley; Miss Jean Roundups are held in this mustard then tomatoes and beans. &JI \ Ml clan
Johnson, of and fill cream puffs' the professional I =
daughter Mr. country every three years. : Heat slowly, stirring several '
Mrs. Jim Johnson; Miss Pat The Gainesville Scouts way, don't slice off % pound ((2 medium) tomatoes times, until piping hot. Makes Riverboats traveled I Riverboat i .
Jones, daughter of Dr. and among 20 delegates and were 8 alternates the tops! Make a hole in the chopped 3 servings.INCREDIBLE. i the first roads in i d ;
Mrs. George C. Jones; and selected from a large bottom of each using a small America and I v Collection
Miss Jo Anne Wimmert, group of Senior Scout appli- sharp knife; fill a pastry bag Gainesville's smartest : t r'
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. cants, all members of troops with thick chocolate-flavored will be traveling to ,
f. Wimmert, Martha Jean within the 15 county jurisdiction whipped cream or custard and Franklin's to see this f '.
and Jo Anne are members of of Gateway Girl Scout pipe the filling into the cream Electric Add, Subtractand magnificent Riverboat
Mariner Troop 452 and stu- puffs through the bottom holes.
Council The 20 del-
dents at Gainesville High Gateway Multiply on theSMITHCORONA P collection fhe colors will delight you .
egates will join with 4 Senior
School. Pat is a graduating Girl Scouts from the Panama French OmeletMinced river green blue haze misty lavender yon- Beautifully chosen at .
member of Cadette Troop 422. Canal Zone to form 4 Roundup Figll'ematic$9000 der blue and the styling is indescribable ;
Alternate Roundup patrol patrols of 8 girls each. parsley, along with' franklin's
members chosen from Gaines- Members of the alternate patrol minced chives make a delectable -I' far
ville are Senior Scouts Miss will join the delegates in seasoning for a French I Pilots Jacket Gr matching slim skirt .
Abby Ash,daughter of Dr.and an extensive training programto omelet. Use a tablespoon of less k ruffled paisley shirts & slim skirts em- "EJJoum &
Mrs. Willard 0.Ash and Miss for each for a three-egg omelet. than -
I ; prepare Roundup.Alter I broidered shirtdress light-as-down cor- JI50Uene
Sally Adams, daughter of Mr. nates will thus be preparedto duroy shirtdress smocked paisley dress :3 5Jbop.
and Mrs. Perry R. Adams. fill in for delegates who SEE IT
Standard i
Recipe ,' cut like a boatman' shirt .
polka dot
The 1965 Senior Girl Scout cannot make the trip and a 'I ATHANCOCK Free Parking Rear Of Our Shop
Roundup will be held from separate event will be plan- You can add as much as a and paisley high-waisted long dress .
July 17 to 26, 1965 in the Far- ned for alternate delegatesin tablespoon of grated orange rind TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE embroidered shift You must see this 301 W. University Avenue
gut Wildife ManagementArea the summer of 1965. to a standard two-cups-of-flour I' collection if you appreciate beauty! Dial i-R 2-4606
431 N. MAIN
STREET FR 6-5551
of Idaho fifty miles Gateway coordinator for the muffin recipe.





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Wallets PAJAMAS, WERE 2.00-2.25, NOW 1.59 .
Bags ShopStreet LTTLE BOYS', 4-S, BRIEFS, REG. 49c ea., HANKIES
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GLOVES, WERE 2.00-3.00, NOW 1.49-1.99 SHORTS SETS ..... SPECIAL 1.99 SET 75 Men's Famous
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6B Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964

i HeLen/ Davies TakesI Party For Chris Carlisle Art Class .

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: ThursdayThe
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: : Mrs. Helen M.: Davies has Mrs. Davies will visit manyof
4 Cycle Automatic Washer
::been appointed by: Supreme the 1,523 Chapters of the r'j Gainesville Fine Arts

I Council of the Supreme Lodge Women of the Moose throughout yl Irv <' Association is sponsoring its 4 CYCLES
Tvof Loyal Order of Moose to the United States and Canada I
15th series of Fun Painters.
:-serve as Grand, Regent .for during her term of office. Fully Automatic
The first class will be heldon
H.: 1964-65. She invested and I
Leading up to the ,appointment Thursday at 7:30 pjn., e Lint Filter Tub >
took oath of office on June 11,,
""at the National Convention of of Grand Regent, Mrs. mV at the Florida Union Room 0 Water Level Control
Davies became a charter 215. They will meet every Model
Women of the Moose held
member of the Gainesville Thursday evening thereafterfor 1 Water Temperature A.I00
Chapter No. 1098, Women of six weeks. Selector
office of Grand
Regent the Moose on March 20, 1949. Cramer Swords will in- Giant Sized Tub S
performs all executive functions 17 9
She was appointed to serve struct the group. Mr. Swords
of Women of the Moose. a
as.first. Junior Regent of the was graduated from the Uni- Safety Lid Switch
presides at meetings of
Gainesville Chapter, and was t versity of Florida and is pres-
and by virtueof
elected to the office of Senior ently teaching at Central Florida '"
her office, acts as chair- CABINET
man of Grand Council. Regent for the local chapterin .r rd'r, t :ya',3.wF Junior College, Ocala.
I _,*"" _,,. ....... ___M_ 1950. 4'% '.+" n, ti,' Mr. Swords will instruct in ON THE SPOT 't
y ar portraits in charcoal, pastels Your Choice of Credit Plans

She received her xiP Dxi Ka

Friendship Degree, in 1951, and Fun oils.Painters have been active .. The VARIETY STORE iON
and in 1953 she received her
for the past two years
College of Regents Degree. with classes filled to ca- THE
Mrs. Davies SQUARE
was appointed pacity, with instruction in 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 6.5348
by the Supreme Council of the Miss Chris Carlisle bride-elect of Jr. oil and
Hardy Wylie was complimented re- tempera, watercolor,
Loyal Order of Moose to serveas cently at a luncheon given by Mrs. John Kitchens. Pictured from left to rightare with subject matter ranging PEbpi..: l LIE '! ;i\J rm ,u.

Deputy Grand Regent from Mrs. Wayne Carlisle, mother of the honoree, Miss Chris Carlisle, Miss from still life, landscape and

Florida during 1953-54. In 1956 Melanie Carlisle, sister of the honoree, and Mrs. John Kitchens.ers figure drawing, to abstract. .Mn
she was appointed by the Supreme I

y ar Moose Council to serve of Loyal as one Orderof of r a rK+r r..rra"1 r0 rr aw'. rn lu y .
Garden CLub/ Short CourseTALLAHASSEE I ury ay y to grM
eight members of Grand r' r f11 11 .'Yr.
Council of Women of the I

Moose, for two years. (Special) on Wednesday night. Dr. cipate in a garden forum on namental horticulturist with i i rr ntx.Ir1aauiu Vr

Mrs. Davies will serve as a Horticultural experts from Sheehan is an associate ornamental Friday morning. They are the experiment station; and r ./ IrI W MIrw

member of the Advisory Gainesville, most of them faculty horticulturist with Dr. Howard N. Miller, plant Victor W. Carlisle, assistant r w r Yr'll
Board of Women of the Moose members at the Univer- the agricultural experiment pathologist with the experi- professor in soils for the College j rKY M hri

k;. -- for five years after the end sity of Florida, predominateon station and Mrs. Sheehan is ment station; James E. Brog- of Agriculture.Six I
r I of term of office as Grand the program of the 20th a botanical illustrator. don, associate entomologistwith Garden Club members I 14NK....a rri aM
Mrs. Helen M. Davies ww
Regent. annual Garden Club Short "Old Wives' Tales Debunk the experiment station; from Gainesville served on

Course to be held here Wed ed" will be the topic of the John F. Gabler, assistant or- the planning committee for II
nesday through Friday. Thursday morning talk by short course. They were a -

Dr. Jasper N. Joiner of the Lemon TreatLEMON Mrs. Flake Parker, president Mr ---r
The short course will be
b of will of District V for the ,
;: College Agriculture. It
conducted by the Florida Institute awn w iw Mt
rtfHelfl'eyHcloke BAVARIAN
for Continuing Univer- be followed by a discourse on Florida Federation of Gar
lawns by Dr. Granville C. (Serves 9) den Clubs; Mrs. Hugh Simmons I
sity Studies (FICUS) under rOwi .M
Horn, associate turf technologist 2 tablespoons unflavored gelatin assistant short course
----- Ci'VU the sponsorship of the Florida -
chairman Mrs. L. T. IM.[
with the sta ;
experiment Mown N W Irbyi
1 Federation of Garden
Clubs. The beginson tion. Vt cup water land, Mrs. J. T. Hudson, Nie-I I

DEAR HELOISE: DEAR HELOISE: Wednesday program morning witha Sheriff J. M. Crevasse, Jr. 2 egg yolks Mrs. A. T. Raczynski, and 'I

My uncle came up with a welcome to the campus by will speak Wednesday after Rind of 3 lemons, grated Mrs. W. B. McMullen. I i

t really splendid idea. He cut a I solved the problem of Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. noon on ornamental vines and Juke of 3 lemons Headquarters for the short I 1 wroIltEltff /l ([fTr jp-f awl..t 'A'w '' .
will be Broward Hall 't111FN1 : t.[ S Sttrl, 1 r lyr. ,411, +1
2 whites, beaten stiff course FD /lr(11. CII1 l1 [ ,
piece of peg board to fit over grease splatters on my kitchen ground covers.Wednesday egg one side of our double kitchen floor. Here's what I did: Gainesville participants in evening Dr. Her- 1% cups whipping cream at the university. Classes en Oql.
sink. a symposium Wednesday aft Sharpe, head of the editorial Soften gelatin in water and will be held in Broward Hall, |ii'

I use this board for cutting I crocheted an oval rug (nota ernoon on landscaping the vey department for the Agricultural place over hot water until dis Norman Hall auditorium and I' 7 S.E. 1st Ave. FR 6-5348 .
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heavy one, any rag rug small home are Charles A. solved. McCarty auditorium. ...
watermelon, salad greens and Experiment Station
various other things. Any surplus would do) about 16" x 21", Conover, assistant ornamental will lead an interest Beat egg yolks and sugar together

I water drains throughthe which is easy to suds out. horticulturist with the group on "Writing on Gar- until light and fluffy. Stir,

holes to the sink. Eliminates But after I suds it out, I agricultural extension service den Topics. rind and juice of lemons. Gradually
water on the kitchen squeeze undiluted liquid ; and Noel R. Lake, superintendent Another interest group on beat in gelatin. Chill until -

sideboard, cutting board, etc.MARY starch through it and smoothit of the physical ferns will be led by Dr. Ernest slightly thickened. maiden/bjm SALE
D. out on the linoleum whileit plants .and grounds at the uni- S. Ford, professor of botany Fold in beaten egg whites and,

is still soppping wet and versity.Dr. at the College of Agri whipping cream. Place in mold

1 Wonder if your uncle Is let it dry there. (Note: lino and Mrs. Thomas J. culture. and chill until set, or spoon into $--' .??., ... ..-___,....ay.__._..__.__ __
t looking for any more nieces? leum. NOT asphalt Heloise) Sheehan will give a demon- Four University of Florida dessert dishes and chill. Garnish i xirrr

*HELOISE PENNY ROBINSON stration of Hawaiian flow faculty members will parti with whipped cream, if desired. f r NGS- / r,>Y. )l

When I sew on fancy trimsor . put'a strip ;of UP TO 20%, i f .1.:

waxed paper over it. T his r .

way I can see where I am t ., l 'f'r

sewing and the ends don't r; i f'. on, ; ._ + '"
j turn up under my presser to" ,, ;
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foot.After you have finished i

stitching paper off., just pull the waxed :: r. Concertina"girdle r .7SWEET MUSIC'

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Before pulling off that waxed { :" .<.'
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rickrack with a warm iron :
2 for 399
first. Every little corner irons .18. 1\\ \ ,
perfectly. I always preshrinkmy iti$y.9" GJa with exclusive
rickrack before using it. i;
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Sans puckers. ., .. '::'. -. __> Limited'actioninsed'
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DEAR HELOISE: s 4y 3 3j ." : J ......:.:.. .);.: ';( ... +;; "
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This is husband's Ideaso .. .u- .: f
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where I had it is better due. give credit .ends ?; I' .: >" '\ :'" ". 5.00i1

To feed small in .' .Jj '
a baby oa '= .. VALUE
7wwe" .' '
your arms can be a problem : .: ; ___ .._
but is made if girdle.
you put his nearest simple arm be- N I, 1.:1: :: :' ;: 0. l t'::: ,'

hind and hold his other

hand in yours. re $, yanking ,.___ .._;. ,i -- : = \
You still have one freehand ._
to feed him with.D. .
JOHNS a !' I I '
I forever!
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Here's a helpful hint for I /
anyone who has to pack their girdle

husband's lunch; 1
I freeze all fruits in
sum nil bti8 t rs
mer in the junior size baby /

weather food jars comes, then when1 I pack the a hot jar GILBEM'S SATS, "JflSl1 LOOK Us OVELI"Girls i. $ ;

of it in the center of my hus-

band's lunch box-right from
the freezer. get absolutely trapped: : up in cue: fairies-s lid isfco can

By lunch time the fruit is blame them

thawed just right for eating REGULARLY
and also his sandwiches, etc., Come down to Gilberg's right now-Tre're' laving a special i NOW

are kept cool and no chanceof that will make you swoon with joy i
them spoiling in the h 0 j

box. **;.. Listen to this -two groups in the darker,late summer shades :, GIRDLE $796 $649

MRS. G. GADDIS, SR. you'll: :recognize the names of the very famous manufacturers). tj Q nOne j

DEAR Every HELOISE year, after: washingmy drip-dry cottons 36' wide,little or:no ironing, all for. a s It/ y i. : PANTIE .Jt.7DS $649

mothballs blankets to,the I add rinse a cup'of water. The other-o Dacron Polyester, 85o cotton, in prints, 1 29 i .steaD--
LONG LEG . : . $799
The mothballs dissolve in woven stripes and plaids. These, at only. JL y !

the warm water thus distrib-

uting evenly among the blan Hurry down-if you've never visited us before we want you to discover EXTRA LONG LEG .affi93. . $899

kets. This gives them storage the nicest place in town to sit and look at pattern books, discover "

protection. variety of:fabrics, find all kinds of sewing accessories,and be m ted \O- B-L Foundation Dept. Where the fashion minded mold

AMY. VADEN on by the pleasantest,most inowledgable sales people you're ever met -: :.' s.
their figures with the- help of trained corsettieres .
1 :
When I am expecting company 1 I
I make ice cubes in ad-
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vance and place them in plas- ;

tic bags. I store these in r._ B-L
that the does CHARGECENTRAL
freezer so bag :' lr! 1'j" R
not touch of the steel sur-
any . t. ti. 0
faces. '
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Also, when neighbor wants GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER '
to borrow a tray cf ice you 1302 NORTH MAIN STREETr .

don't have to'worry, a bOil t. LAY-AWAY-

getting your.good tray HELOISE back! .


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Sunday June 21, 1964 Gainesville Sun 78

Mrs. L. A. Garrard and the off with first place in the players are cordially invited T. Gilson came In second with

t= Bridge Club Notes writer took first place in the East West direction with a to attend and compete.By and :Mrs. H. D. Putnam were

North South direction with a score of 136% match points. JOHN E. CRAPS third with 104%', and Mrs. R. EDMUND DWYER

( "- score of 128% match points Second went to Mrs. T. Mrs. E. C. Kirkland and A. Scrafford and Mrs. J. E.
f-" By RALPH H. BLODGETT score of ,.64% match points, over an average of 108. Mr. Mrs. J. Benson with 125 Mrs. W. E. Baringer were Moore were fourth with 102. Electrologist
The University City BridgeT Mrs. Genevieve Stern in second and Mrs. Ron Schoenau first
place winners in the J. H. Vidal and Al Pybusled
third Mrs. Windsor UNWANTED
to Virginia I
t :Club held its regular fraction- 'place, with 60%. Dr. R. second with 126, S. L. Williams North-South direction at the the way East-West with

t r -:Jil master point game on Mon L. Johnson and R. W. Jones and Dr. A. S. Rao were and and fourth F. Pellum to Mrs.with George 113, Wednesday evening game of 103%, followed by Mrs. J. A. i I LiiiJzira

I tr 'day evening at the University led the East West pairs with third with 120, and Mrs. Gen- Ramsey and Mrs. C. the Gainesville Bridge Club Jones, Jr.and the writer with I
-- Faculty Club. Six tables were 56 match points. Second wentto evieve Stern and Mrs. Ruth with 106. with 119% match points. There 101%, Mrs. and Mrs. R.. N. I a, FOREVtK

in play. Cliff Landers and Dr. A. Thurman were fourth with were ten and one half tablesin Livingston: with '91, and in a I'i Medk Zlr Approved Method

Mr. F. Pellum and the writer S. Rao with 52.Wednesday 104%. The club will meet next on play and the average score tie for fourth place, l.Irs'Her-, '!. 1 by Appointment Only

won first place in the was mater point Mrs. K. H. Kent and Robert Wednesday evening at 7:30 at North-Sourth was 97%, East- bert Stern, Mrs. K. H 'Kent, Pleas* Call FR 2-8039

North South direction with night at Weed Hall and thirty- Saron, last year's Presi- Weed Hall, 107 N. W. 15th West 87. Mrs. J. F. Wharton, and Mrs. 107 West University Avenue

I 1 I Mrs. R. W. Jones and.-a six bridge players turned out. dent of the Florida Unit, ran Terrace. All interested brid.43 Dr. E. E. Phillips and Ian W. T. Zeanah.


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SB Gainesville Sun Sunday, June 21, 1964 .
The Big ,Four foreign ministers .

CarlSandburg's World SlatedBy Qt NrNGV" Today In History I adjourned conference until in,July GenevaTstbot''13.after:

: .... .... failing to reach agreement--on-
German problems
REID POOLE excerpts, from the monumental I concert associations, in some theatre at the University of Ala- POST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1942, the Nazis captured &,
Head, Department of Music biography of Lincoln; and folk- 40 states. Two of their produc bama. Dr. Bales has been di- Today is Sunday, June 21 Libyan stronghold of Tobruk.In One year ago '. .
University of Florida songs from Sandburg's "Amer- tions, "Under Milk Wood" and rector of all Kaleidoscope touring Father's Day -. the 173rd dayof I 1944, a great armada of The archbishop of Milan, GIovanni -
ican Songbag." The text has "Androcles and the Lion," productions. 1964. There are 193 days left American planes. attacked Ber- Battista Montini, was

The Kaleidoscope Players pro- been adapted by Norman Cor- have been presented in recent .. in the year.Today's I lin.Ten elected Pope, taking the' name
duction of "The World of Carl win and the production is done summers on the University of tickets All seats are reserved and of highlight In history:' years ago of Pope Paul VI.
are $2.00. University
Sandburg" will be presented by with tasteful staging.'Kaleidoscope Florida campus, where they Florida students obtain ticketson On this date in 1788, New The Department of Agricul-

the University, of Florida Ly- Players is* the have been well received. their I. D. cards. Tickets l3 Hampshire ratified the Constitution ture ordered an 11 per cent reduction The oasis of Ghudamis, Libya,
: the ninth and conclusive in wheat growing for is often called the most beauti-
ceum Council in"the" University Bill) Fegan has had over 15 years will be available at the door
idea of actor-producer ratification. It in effect -
Auditorium Tuesday.evening experience with a variety of the night of the presentation. was legally : 1955.Five ful in that country. It supports
June 23 at 8:15. A quartet of Fegan. Organized in 1959 as a I drama groups including professional from this day. years ago 3,200 inhabitants.
talented artists three actors -small band of part time players stock, repertory and Electronic MusicA On this date.

and a folksingerpresentthe the group rapidly expandedits touring companies, and college concert of electronic mu- In 1834, inventor Cyrus Mc-' Now! 3 Color Hits!
best of the Pulitzer *prize operation and has now appeared and community theatre.He sic, featuring compositions by Cormick obtained a patent for

winner's verse, published and in colleges and univer is currently director of the Otto Luening, Vladimir Ussa- his reaping machine.In OR!Yt fld Open 7:00 Show 7:45See
I THATRS Late As 9:45
unpublished; prose, including sities,. as well as for organized Stillman College Thespians. chevsky, and Mario Davidov- 1898, the first U.S. troops L 4lrweian.Rad." Come Early 2 Hits Kartoons at 7:45
sky, will be presented in the arrived in Cuba in the Spanish- .ZO.fU.JOrf
f Will Sandy, leading actor Music Building auditorium American: War. I FIRST AREA RUN 'YOGI'! SHOWN AT 8:00

SORRY WE WERE with the Kaleidoscope Players, Tuesday afternoon June 23 at In 1919, the German high fleet; IIISR T '

AWAY SO LONG has had 17 seasons of stock, 3 o'clock.. the concert, is, of was scuttled at Scapa Flow. tylmhalfaa jnSAP.J\5D lpod dt FilM *
playing leading roles in every course, recorded, and will be I 4 II fiLMYoGiBear"
NOW OPENand conceivable type of play. He presented on stereophonic equip- i *:.1.IetTJaerefl3
appeared in more than 100 per- ment. There is no admiss ion !
formances of the comedy, "The charge and the general publicis A 4-hour drive-then ALL your time ff')
serving Fourposter" on nationwide tour. invited to attend. .
WINE andCOCKTAILS Lee Speich, leading actress Looking

with the Players, comes to the Robert Schieber, viola, and its mile from you ACTION HIT 9:45 I 3rd BONUS HIT
touring group with a wealth of Willard Brask, piano, assistedby via newly completed STEVE JAMES ELVIS PRESLEY
credits from New York and highways MCQUEEN GARNER
,. Harriet Brask, mezzo so- .Q The Kid Gallahad
Great Escape
stock. She has been seen in sev-
prano, and Jerry Neil Smith,
Plus Our Delicious Italian Cuisine en off-Broadway productions in- clarinet, will present a con- Or!
cluding the Players West p r o-
cert of chamber music in the ieiria
ductions of "Henry VIII" and
air conditioned Medical Cen-
ITALIAN and AMERICAN "Captain Brassbound's Conver- ter Auditorium Tuesday eve- ON FLORIDA'S FAMED EAST COASt =--.- S
R osa lo's sion." She earned rave reviewsfor 'SWAP'NSHOP10DdY
RESTAURANT in ning June 30. The program will Safe ocean beaches cooled by trade winds-
her portrayal of Mame include works by Mozart, fresh and salt water fishing that ranks "tops." Golf,
Hwy. 441 South Phone 376-9335 the comedy riot, "A u n ti e scenic drives
Brahms, Bloch, and Eccles. through famous Indian River citrus
Mame". country.A friendly"family vacationland" with low I (1.5IM.)
summer rates an ._-__..__.._---
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