Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
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issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00111
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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;! ,_, x Forces Unit Here Simulates War Weekends .
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If A misty rain drizzled silently from the cloud-blackened s'ljy. Their goal isn't to wage war in the conventional sense Their -

Gloomy darkness enveloped five men who walked, with gropgoal is to hit and run, to frighten the enemy with short safe
M ing steps, beside the murky waters of the Santa Fe River. They and surprise attacks to wage guerilla warfare.
carried an inflated rubber raft. In the process they train military personnel of other countries

Their faces were blackened with soot and their garb was in similar skills.
hand U.s. rifles The Special Farces unit here was" organized m February of
i grenades, Army long knives and wide variationson
last It of 17 formed hi Florida's first into
year. was one venture
the theme of Army dress. So started a quest at midnight
concentrated warfare for members
Friday for a mock enemy. guerilla training reserve
of the armed.forces. The program has been building and organ
The five hunters were members of the National Guard S pefzing ever since.Enthusiasm.

cial Forces unit stationed here. over it is. widespread.Their .
J foe was a warring army that had captured control, of It stems ,in part from the success of enemies who used similar -
.. the entire Southeastern United States and was busily tightening plans in the past, in part from the concentrated nature of
i its grip on its captives. the training and in part fconi; its uniqueness in U.S. military
fe. .z The enemy nation was make-believe so it had no namemaneuvers..
:,,,,:, '. .. "Y Y_, < v r It x W A S 8 save the war-game title of "aggressor." The five "friendly The dedication of the men who make up the Special Forces

). ",. J fighters" also will have to go unnamed. Names of Special Forces also brings enthusiastic praise.men .
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assignment secrecy. members remarked to a reporter during this weekend's maneu-
I Forces to launch : The Special Forces are a relatively new cog in the U.S. vers in the Santa Fe River.
: .. Special men prepare boating maneuver
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Civic leaders armed with brooms launched Gainesville's annual .,
two-week clean-up campaign yesterday.
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS heading to a Saturday night rally -
., The notables, including the fire chief and mayor, swept the Claims of first primary wins at Tampa."I .
courthouse square after it was hosed down by the fire depart- were sounded Saturday by most am the favorite candidateof
p r ment.. of the six men struggling for the west Florida" Burns said at
r d two Democratic runoff spots in Pensacola. "I think: my philosophy
Target for the campaign is the "cleanest city in the nation" the campaign to be Florida's of government has the best
l award, given by the National Clean-up, Paint-up Fix-up Plant. next governor.
tirr up Committee. The (See CLAIM on Page 2A)
a Democrats poured out the
....t: ;w 4Despite l d Gainesville.,had placed second jn!! the national civic improve- effort in final big swings around 1
'W : A. j ment>campaign for three years running, then fell to honorable the state before the first vote LBJ Walks
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& ""' "" mention last year when it hit 50,000 population and a different roundup Tuesday. They were ,
the cool wind outside last night, the wind inside the VFW building on competition category, according to campaign publictiy chairman aiming both at winning votes directly
Waldo Road was from oratorical sources rather than air currents. County office Bernard S. Datz. and at spurring their cam Talks InGarden
seekers 'made their last-minute appeals for Totes at the next-to-last rally sponsoredby paign workers on in the driveto
the County Democratic Committee.- (Sun,photo by Tommy Lewis). This year's campaign will center around a house-to-house the finish line. ,
canvass that will confront every home-owner in the city with a With the race apparently so Hike
check list of what he has done or plans to do to maka his tight the work of the candidatesand

property safer or more beuatiful, Datz said. their organizations betweennow WASHINGTON (AP) Presi-

Rain Shrinks Crowd For its part, the Gainesville Sun will feature a 12-day seriesof and Monday night might dent Johnson passed up a news
cartoons on the various stages of the campaign by noted spell the difference in nailing conference Saturday in favor of
artist Don Addis. down a runoff spot and in winding a sort of news hike around the
up a fatal third or lower. White House grounds This last
Practically all the candidateswill ed 45 minutes and produced
For Wind-Un Rallv do some politicking Sundaybut thousands of words of presI-
the last big drive will come dential observations-plus some
.I- .; 26,000 Voters Due Monday. Dade County will be sore reportorial feet.
the vote hunting grounds and
t By JEAN CARVERand sity and University of South Judge H. H. McDonald said he the final appeal will be a two- Before his wordy walkaround,
JIM McGUIRK Florida officials "pressured"the was campaigning solely on his hour television show Monday Johnson told his Cabinet how
Sun Staff Writers Board of Control into estab- years of experience."You At PrecinctsBy night at Miami. federal dollars are being saved
County the elimination of words-
lishing the trimester and called by
After debating whether are the judges to bringin Mayor Haydon Burns of Jack
for reexamination written ones in government
a of the' tri-
to campaign.last night before a the verdict as to whether sonville made stops at Panama .
crowd composed of mostly vet- mester. there have been blunders or JEAN CARVER Alma Bethea predicted t hi s City and Pensacola in his final publications.See
erans of the last 14 political Opponent Richard Wilson you have been misled in the Sun Staff Writer week. swing to west Florida before ( .LBJ on Page 2A)
rallies, county candidates made commented that he was' glad to past," McDonald told the crowdof
finish-line appeals before Tues notice that Turlington had endorsed about 100. "I have faith in More than 26,000 voters In 32 she said there probably are

day's election. Wilson's platform standon your decision on May 5." Alachua County precincts will numbers of voters still living in MOTHER WINS

Several of the candidates reexamination of the tri- His opponent, John Connell, trip a series of levers Tuesday the county who failed to returnin
noted that bad weather appar- said he had no quarrel withMcDonald's elective offices ranging from the voter purge card sent themFlorida's.
limited the VFW Hall Wilson promised to discusshis being a good Christian thiS her offIce.
ently early year by
charges against Turlington'sparticipation man. U. S. Senator to the
crowd to "about 10 people who
i haven't heard us before." in the Chamber of "But I do quarrel with how County Board of Public InstrucNearly 2,000 delinquent voters j
But Democratic Chairman J. Commerce legislative "slush his court has, been run," the Lion> who failed to vote in the last two
I the fund" at Monday's final rallyat former counselor and parole years were struck from the vot-
Ward decided to continue
as planned. Each can. the courthouse. officer explained.He The official registration roll ing rolls in the purge.

I didate program was given five minutes Turlington emphasized his promised a strong mental from Registration Supervisor Mrs. Bethea said voters still t
'record for the last 14 in .
years health with the
I to speak. program county living here who did not send
the legislature and noted the
Several times during the be- need for experienced judge's office as the hub because (Precinct Map on Page 6A) their purge cards back will have rh
represen- of the
ginning of the speeches School tation, repeating his platformand judge's authority to ----... to reregister and will not be el- d a
commit patients to mental institutions
Lassiter Mason
i' Interrupted Board the applause with criticisms ,against Wilson's improved juvenile Mrs. Alma Bethea for the priWe to vote Tuesday.

loud booing. "special interest" representation facilities and more courteous mary: City voters were reminded by
as attorney far county liquor service from the judge's office.
the that
Kickoff speaker Rep. Ralph interests. Democrats24,185 registration supervisor r n 114
Turlington called for reexamination Sheriff Joe Crevasse said in ,- several of the city precincts
of the trimester system, Wilson charged that Turling the nine years he has been in Republicans1/ ? were adjusted by the C o u n ty
noting that he never favored ton has failed to let the people office the budget has never been Independents 302 Commission since the last
know where he stands and has criticized the State Auditor .
the trimester over the quarter by Total 26,267 election to equalize the popula- ,
{, system and all that the'legisIa. been "trying to take away from and that the State Beverage De- lion M much as possible. N oa $b
ture approved was year-round the people since 1959"In partment holds the city and There will be some disap-

I terms for state universit es. the county judge's race (See RAIN on Page 2A) pointed voters Tuesday. Mrs. (See VOTING on Page 8A) 777],4, ,'

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and 35 would-be renters) (AP) .L:: A 14- leg and foot wounds. All appeared -
year-old girl was killed and to be cut or scraped.
Mrs. advertiser placed her more than 40 other childrenwere Safety Patrol Children School Safety Patrol Day
ad for only one day. Sun injured Saturday when a brought 12,600, Maryland children -
day and rented her fur- pileup developed on a, moving who wear the white belts
nished house to the first caller. stairway in Memorial Stadium Trapped by Turnstiles of the Safety Patrol to the sta-
During that day she: 'received prior to the, BaltimoreCleveland dium for the game.
over. 35 calls.- baseball game. Their happy holiday in bright

She was very pleased with A movable barrier, ,designedto who'launched. an,Immediate investigation ager of the city-owneclstadium: sunshine turned to tragedy on
the results the Want Ads ,channel crowds single file said a preliminary said members of his crew had the moving stairway in the left
brought her. And you willbe \down the reversible stairway report indicated the children- instructed Oriole employes how field area, leading from the low-
toot!- after sporting events, was in riding 40-inch-wide stairs to remove the barrier. er deck to the upper deck of the
place and apparently contributed three and four abreast were Schmidt said the barrier was 50,000-seat) stadium.
NEATLY FURNISHED 3 bedroom to the jam at the;top of the channeled into a 28-inch wide not in place prior to the first Melville Gibson, 65, an usher 't#'
home. Archer Ro 12- 4. $ts. Phone stairs. exit in the upper deck of Me- three games of the season. He standing at the top,of. the moving
Lois Teeter, a teacher at Flm morial Stadium. said the mechanism bad beenin stairway, _said it appearedthe r-'I''=" ",,,7<<'.-'''___ ""'7 ""' '','____ _
Economical Sbn Want Ads Junior High School in Frederick The exit at the top of the operation more than one hour children were coming up too
work hard at such low costs,, Md., said: stairs has.a wall on the ,left, before the accident happened.The fast for those at the top to get Mrs. Helen McAlister, 21-year-old: wife of a University -
Place your family want-ad! ">"Peoplewere! pushing from and another wall and metal victim was identified asAnnette out of the way. of Florida: student, and mother of one,shows
the, 6 to 12 day low rate plan! behind.w People at :the, top.lost barrier in:"the! ),'front- about 8 Costantini of Baltimore., "When they didn't clear, theybegan the form that, took first ,place over: a number of
Callus. : today, ., i 372-844U : their) balance. There was a jam .. to 10 feeV-from the stairs. The She was, pronounced dead on to.panic and it looked likea single. girls in a Bikini contest staged yesterday at
at the top People just kept get- barrier'on wheels, held in place arrival at St. Joseph's Hospitalof cattle stampede".,Gibson said. the Silver Shop, 1129 NW Univ. Ave. See inside
Proof.ef Results ting chewed up by the steps. by bolts, was on the right. head injuries. "I ran over to the stairway. pages for pictures of the runners-up. (Sun photo by.:'
I. City Solicitor.: Joseph William R. Schmidt Jr., man Most of those injured suffered n :(See TRAGEDY on Page 2A) Eddie Davis) ,

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.!1 county law enforcement agencies -.with it," Martin said, noting then switched to the race for Page 1 \ "-' ...
'_ ( as models for cooperation. the board's initiation of com .State Representative and "en : G

"' ''' Opponent Bob Jordan challenged rehensive> road planning, hir- dorsed" Ralph Turlington. Police held a young Starke who turned up at Alachua Gen- appeal to west Florida and thereis ZONES

rL Crevasse's reference to lag a county planning consultant He argued.tor Turlington, couple in County Jail yester- eral Hospital with a bullet no question but that my standon BCD Mostly cloudy ......

i"t4 the beverage department, and work with business while also notirg that the challenger day on first degree murder wound in his chest shortly after civil rights has statewide ap with some showers Sunday.
that the SBD works and Chamber of Commerce the killing died in ...
i! charging Richard Wilson, "is also charges arising out of Culpepper an apparent peal""I
the greatest part of the vice leaders for industrial development my friend, but he has less ex- of Gainesville storekeeperR. gunfight with his assailantJoiner fully expect to be in there Few thunderstorms wit h Ii \

T. business in the county rather patience" T. Culpepper.The is reported recovering.The for the runoff -and with the locally heavy rainfall and \

than the sheriff's department ,He said the county is 14th in Jasper Joiner, also vying for arrests of John Scott storekeeper was found promise of nothing but good government gusty winds. High near 80. ,:..

E: Jordan said since annexation, size and rates 42nd in its per the School Board in District Dampier and his 17-year-old dead on the floor of his small and services where Winds mostly south east

put( county re1dents have not gotten capita tax rate and "we feel Three, argued for' strong wife, Connie Louise Dampier, grocery Culpepper Market, they are needed," said Sen. through southwest 10 to 20 .

abc the service of the sheriff's de- you get a dollar's value for your school system in all ,areas ,- brought to three the number of 1720 N. Waldo Rd., along with Jack Mathews of Jacksonville. miles per hour. Small craft I .

Cot partment that they should have taxes." I academics, vocational training, persons implicated in the apparent -his own ,pistol and one belong I While campaigning at Holly- warnings are displayed. -
I since the city increased its construction and said he hold-up murder of Cul ing to someone else. Both had wood, Mathews said: "I think .
led police force and took over areas His opponent, Leiman' Battenof Wednesday. been fired. the voters of this state have A Pirtly cloudy end mild through .
would work to raise the tax pepper Sunday. High In 0s. Variable mostly
ye: formerly patrolled by the sher- Orange Heights, repeated his base support such a program. Capt. R. T. Angel of the Police said they did not be- grown up and I firmly believe south wind It to 20 mile per hour. ,

ua iff's staff. candidates challenge to to state state representative their School Superintendent candi- Gainesville Police Departmentsaid lieve the Dampiers were actual they will demonstrate that E Fe -Sunday.Mostly Few cloudy thunderstorms wlihshowersThrough ." 4iIIP"
ra! positions the Dampiers were arrested i ly in the store when the killing fact Tuesday." with locally heavy rainfall. High
date W. S. Talbot
He said the sheriff's budget on the "Green Belt" agricultural (Tiny) reviewed round 19 to 20 .
friends in occurred. If Mathews said he thinks "a lot pe'"w CEDAR KIT TIDES .
jj increased $108,000 since 1956. land his experience and while visiting they were accomplices mile craft warnings
; Suspended Tax Assessorjj Noting that application assessment of law.the training and compared them Fairbanks Thursday, 'and were before the killing how- of professional politicians will be displayed northward;Tarpon for Springs a I few-local Cape'squall Kenedy Sunday. Low-at High 11.01 it am.7:05 _.m. .and 4:15pm.

Claude M. (Red) Franks said standard to with his opponent's.He charged Friday. ever, they could be liable to dining on crow Tuesday night H Partly cloudy with widely scat- Monday High ., 1:3* am. and i.OIpjn. '
county property ered shower Sunday. High U to to. Low at 12.54 ,and:12.44 pin.Southerly .
Dam- the the and Florida politics will have ajn.
it has been suggested that he here this year struck $1 million stated he had the creden- Angel said he thought same penalties as assailant winds 10 to 20 mile per hour.

Dt change his name to Jonah "be- from the tax rolls, Batten said. tials for the job, and that if he pier is 21 years old. The police turned a corner. The old pros I j Scattered thundershower TEMPERATURES... -High ELSEWHERE LOW Precl .
Ik cause I have been cast out." he would do all he could to didn't, Gainesville High School captain said the couple is from The penalty for first degree have been saying it's Impossibleto rough Southerly Sunday.winds 10 to High 20 miles middle per hour.$Oa. Jacksonville 72 61 .221
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st would not have been accredited Starke, but did not have their murder can be death. win an election without resorting Miami
"It remains to be seen onof have the law abolished.He K Partly cloudy Sunday. Chance Tampa 15 44 .74
tk May 5 whether I was dumpedon called again for a full during the years he was its I address availabe. Capt. Angel said the police to the old malarkey of of u.a Southerly brief shower winds or 12 two.to 20 Higt miles! around per Atlanta New Orleans 54 U42 55 1."

on dry land or in the lake" he time physician for the Alachua principal because the qualifications Also charged with first-degree department is not seeking any- promising> more state serviceson hour. Boston 53 43 38S

> observed. General Hospital emergencyroom. for the jobs are the murder in the case is 22yearold one in 'connection with the kill the one hand and reduced ALMANAC New WashingtonChicago York l 42 44 ,

p, same. Robert Joiner, of Chipley, ing at present.Couldn't taxes on the other. Sunset today .... ......... 7:M p.m. Kansas City 7 41* 55 48 M -
He said his campaign is based Batten also said the The other School Superintendent Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Sunrise tomorrow.......... 5:<65 I.rn. Denver 4S .41. .
fc on the stand he took in the county that he would finish Moonrise tomorrow........ 1:11 ajn. Ft. Worth 17 .54
needs a vocational education hopeful, Harry Evans, also predicted Venus high I In the west at sunset domLos AngelesSeattle 63 4*

C past courteous, dependablepr and program, especially to help argued his qualifications for the Stop Pipe's..Pull first in the first primary. His sets mates at the....evening....,.. ..sky.....tonight.... 10U until,.m.It 54' 15
fair and
service, impartial provide job training for post. strong areas, Kelly said, were Next month this planet vanishes In the MARINE FORECASTrays
P equal assessments and sound, of the setting sun: In July it will EAST GULF: Variable 5 to 15 knots
and central Florida
"Alachua County has not received west, north
Negroes. be a bright morning star. winds today with scattered showers._
M conservative property values. czxzyru v Gloria thirty four its share of the industrythat : Did Stop City's TrafficBy and he said he expected to build

cr Tax Assessor Pierce Smithw In the District One race for is moving into the state," additional strength in south
said his appointment as Franks'ai he said. for Florida.
County Commissioner, Claude "They're waiting JIM McGUIRKSun
successor by Gov. Farris Bryanttr Brandon asked re-election be- Alachua County to show thema Staff WriterA Saturday, he said in talks at @bttunrtcELIZA

was based on the recommendac cause he had "fulfilled" the obligation training program that will Lake Wales and Frostproof thatif
tions of citizens of the county train new employees." construction worker tried to throw a protective sheet chosen covernor. he would
who investigated his backl when run. over some building materials Friday. Instead, he threw .s -27 :v
ning four R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. asked bur-lane t the length of
at l ground. years ago on a promise Gainesville into massive traffic JONES I Williams Thomas Funeral
a jam.It .. .
to re-election to the post oi f the state, creating a multi-lane
"represent all the .
people ..
w He promised "only 0 those assessments 'of Alachua County. 'UDllC uetenaer on tne oasis all began because the worker happened to be laboringon highway from the Georgia line BELL Eliza Jane Jones, Home is in c.h rge. ', I

he w that are fair, impartial i "I will continue to work with of his interest in the field of an addition to the Gainesville Power Plant which supplies to Miami despite any agree- 73, died Friday night at her

w and legal." 'all the people," he said. criminal law and his experienceof electricity to the city. ments that the Farris Bryant residence here after a lengthy GoldwaterTakes -

n Smith said he is opposed to One of his challengers, High handling" "over 170 felony The worker also happened to be standing near the forced- administration might have with illness. ,

punitive assessments and said i Springs businessman Arthur W. cases. draft air inlet pipe to a steam boiler. owners of the Tunpike extension
his months in office he I He told the audience they bonds. She was born August 26, 1889, Lead
seven Thompson, began by emphasiz.ing The final link in the chain of coincidences is that the worker -
] has restored sound fair and that he were "hiring an attorney" for Mayor Robert King High of in Bell and was a lifetime resident -
was not ArthurW. happened to be using a new, light, billowy polyethylenesheet
the penniless defendants of the touched citieson of Gilchrist County., She In Texas ;
consistent valuations. Thompson who had writtena instead of the old tarry roofing paper they used to use. Miami, who eight
County Commissioner Edgar letter to the editor of the circut when they voted on the The inevitable happened. The polyethylene billowed up the lower peninsula, said he was a member of the Seventh

P Johnson said his past work on Gainesville Sun concerning the office Robert of defender. against the pipe, and the strong vacuum held it there. had no doubt about making the Day Adventist Church. DALLAS (AP) Sen. Ban,

e the board included recreation race for Superintendent of Edu G. Justiss opened withan runoff.In Survivors include two daughters Goldwater of Arizona quickly
As Utilities Director John Kelly put it:
o stabilized taxes attack on Green for having Lakeland, he said he was
developments, cation."I Mrs. Eli Twombly and the lead as expected Sat-
"We couldn't get the damn stuff oft"So ,
' P mosquito control and long range have no intention of getting campaigned in other areas by; confident that Florida's resident Jones both of Bell urday night in the Texas Republican
Miss ;
g planning. involved in the .arguing he was native to them, they had to shut off the Ian which supplied all the air wanted a governor "who has
County Superin C. V. Jones of Bell; a president poll
a son,
Co has worked diligently or was "old Lex's boy. to the boiler. executive
He said he tendent's race, he said. demonstrated abilityto sister, Mrs. Ruby Nettles, Early scattered returns
a for the Payne's Prairie He went on to argue his 17 "I've" finally got him at That meant they had to shut off the boiler. reduce taxes, rather than a Starke; 11 grandchildren and showed Goldwater leading 2 to

I. "lake" project to develop the years of business experience home, Justiss exulted. And that meant they had to wait until the gas fuel had dissipated member of the Legislaturewhich ;even greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1 over all others listed on the
C! watershed into the greatest and three terms as a High The challenger then reiterated before restarting the boiler. increased taxes $173 mil ballot.In .
fresh water recreation area inC his argument that his age lion last services will be at 3
Springs City Commissioner had And that meant that about one-third of Gainesville had no year. the Democratic Senate primary .
the state. qualified him to bring "sound and maturity outw e I g bedGreen's electricity for some 10 to 25 minutes. Former Sen. Fred 0. Dickinson -p.m. today at the Jennings Lake radio executive Gordon
C Opponent Dashwood Hicks. and businesslike progress" to experience. of West Palm Beach told Orlando Seventh Day Adventist Church,
Which meant no traffic lights worked. McLendon slight'edge
t rapped Johnson's association as the County Commission.The "Which lawyer can better voters that his campaignhad with Rev. George Petty and gained a
t secretary of the Florida Water other man bidding for I stand up to a seasoned State's Since it was the five o'clock Friday rush hour, that meanta kept pace with actual devel Rev. Wesley Blevins officiating. on veteran Sen. Ralph Yarbo-

ways Assn. gently, noting that the job, attorney James S. Wer- Attorney," he said. beautiful traffic jam. opments.him church rough in early returns.
t he would not draw a state salary show explained the significanceof After he advocated abolition of Burial will be in the Skies were sunny as Demo-

at the same time he was the County body, then askeda milk price controls, he said, cemetery under the direction of crats and Republicans voted for

on the county payroll.He series of questions centeringon Professional Honors the milk commission took the 'Harrison Funeral Home of Tren- candidates for an estimated 2-,
Johnson has Society 'ton. 500 state offices.
noted that whether the county commissioners action; he advocated formationof
said that he is the only attorney have been properly doing a state tourist commission, he FRED SCHRAMM About 1.5 million fourth graf

on the commission and "we already their job to harmonize the said, and two days later House 13
I pay an attbrney for legal interests of industry Speaker Mallory Home made Funeral services will be held
agriculture Writer 4or EditorialsOne
in Marietta MoreAhout
advice. and education. public a similar plan that is un- Monday at 10:30 a.m.

I Hicks called.for. a businessman -Willard Williams asked Te- _uer::1--.'.II.4..1.uUl': ,Ohio, for Fred Schramm,

on the commission for "full election to the'District Two slot Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia 88, of 3926 SW Third Ave., who

value for your tax dollars." on the County School Board by PHOENIX Ariz. (AP) ," account of the events at I two-time recipient of a Pulitzer County, who also claimed he died Friday.Mr. LBJFrom
County Commissioner S i d discussing his qualifications and Some of 1963's top journalistic Parkland Memorial Hospital in prize. was certain of a runoff spot in Schramm, a retired baker -

Martin said the county has seen record. accomplishments were honoredby Dallas the day John F. Kennedydied Theodore H. White, freelance : the May 5 voting, told West Florida was born in 1875 in Warner, '

phenomenal growth in the "We've worked on the school Sigma Delta Chi journalism from an assassin's bullet. i audiences that his campaignwas Ohio. He was a member of the 1
magazine report n g, Page
eight years he has been a com The i H. G. Davis Jr. the Gainesville based fairness to all cit Episcopal Church and of the
board to try to fill the gap, he society Saturday night. i praised for his analysis of the on
missioner."I said, while conceding there are annual awards for distinguished Fla., Sun, editorial writ ongoing racial collision in the izens, whether they lived in Brotherhood of Elks. He moved And he added that in the day
like to feel that I and other service ,to the lauded for his editorial Miami."I here four years ago from Marietta -
"many things we're still shortof. profession were ing, big cities of the North. Whiteis Monticello or after day pursuit of still more
members of the county commission Phoenix ban- treatment of racial strife and wants Ohio.Survivors.
presented during a author of the best-selling believe the state a efficiency and economy in government
had something to do "If we had built n a_ vocational.-v.._. quet of the 55-year-old organ Z3- efforts made by the Negro "The Making of a President, man whose reasonable approach include: one child, "we ought to be as unsatisfied -
school," he added most children and white races in his community makes him acceptable to all Mrs. John V. Webb Gainesville -
1960. as a little boy's
tion.One appe
More About in grades one to nine of the' society's founders, to adjust to a new day. Tom Martin, KFDA-TV, Amarillo Florida," Karl said. "Fairnessto ; and one sister, Miss Ella tite."

' would be in double sessions to Eugene C. Pulliam publisherof i Jerry Landauer, the Wall Texas, editorializing n. all the people is the important Schramm. The ebullient chief executive

Special day." the Arizona Republic and I Street Journal, Washington correspondent television, was praised for his thing." Williams Thomas Funeral directed most of his comments,

He said he hopes now for Phoenix Gazette, was host. Ted praised for reporting "forceful, carefully reasoned Home is in charge.MARCUS quips and anecdotes trudging:
state funds for of vice that some federal judgeswere [More AboutTragedy MAY
vocational train Koop Washington, pres- series of five editorials exposing newsmen while the impromptu
From Page 1 ident of the Columbia Broad serving as directors of hate propaganda." Marietta, Ga. Marcus May,
ing.His wound
challenger Jack Zimmerman casting System and presidentof business corporations. 71, who lived here, died Thurs- presidential procession
t i David P. Forsyth, Chilton Co., around and around the south
"Kook" is a term sometimes continued to hammer the day at a local hospital. He was
society presided.
at Malcolm W. Browne, Associated Philadelphia, Pa., res e arch grounds of the White House.
applied to Special Forces men his argument that the County. Honored for their work last Press about journalism, cited for his born in LaCrosse, Fla., and
foreign But he had few words to
by their less ambitious counter needs a broad vocational train- year were nine individuals, one. dent, cited for his authoritative correspon- America, 1750 to 1865." From Page 1 had lived in Marietta for the too for'a excited
an ,
in other branches of the ing three 24 He was a Primitive !-spare
parts program. newspap, one magazine, accounts of Viet Nam. book, "The Business Press in past years. ..
military reserve. A survey of "We need to get it off the radio stations and three tele- The Chicago Daily News was and hollered to stop them from Baptist and was in the grocery chattering group of tourists out

this weekend's activity helps ground now," he said. vision outlets.A Bob Jackson, Dallas Times cited for public service in news- coming up, and I shut off the business in Marietta fora side the southeast gate..and.for;

explain. He added that it was neces- special award went t o Herald, news photography, paper journalism. The newspa- power. It looked like there were number of years. members of the AIrForce Band
The Special Forces launched sary for the two-thirds of the Buren McCormack of New lauded for his photo of the slay per turned loose a fivereporterteam about four or five on each Funeral services will be to- seated in a bus while waitingto

their rubber boat into the Santa county's children who graduatewith York, vice president and editorial ing of Lee,Oswald, accused as- to dramatize the slums of step." day at 1 p.m. at Seashole Funeral play later in the White House.

Fe at midnight Friday. no technical skills, yet do director of the Wall Street sassin of John F. Kennedy. Chicago and expose those who Blood was splattered on the Home, 323 Riverside,Ave., Earlier, Johnson told the Cabinet

They'll take it out sometimethis not go on to college.In JournaL William H. (Bill) Mauldin, profit from human misery. stadium floor and from the top Jacksonville. that more than $1 milliona

afternoon. the District Three strugglefor Recipients of the press cartooning, cited for an editorial Look Magazine was cited for of the stairway to an elevator Survivors include his widow, year is to be saved by 'elimination

Throughout the weekend a seat on the Board of Public awards: cartoon which portrayed a public service in magazine jour about 150 yards away. Papers, Mrs. Leona May of Marietta;I of 141 government
they've had to fight the weather, Instruction, Lassiter Mason Jimmy Breslin, New York sorrowing Abraham Lincoln as nalism for "continuing, penetrating candy, nuts and shoes were brother, Fred May of La-' -including such I period

lose sleep, sometimes go hun first emphasized his theme that Herald Tribune, general reportIng he expressed the nation's grief definitions of m a n's scattered.everywhere. one and one half-brother, icals as "Rural Line Bulletin",'
gry and work hard most of the. "education is our most impor- cited for his story, "A and shock at the assassinationof problems in today's complex Crosse, Moody of LaCrosse. A "The Caribbean Forester". and
time. tant problem in government" Death in Emergency Room a president. Mauldin is a society." Herman "Patent Office Index" -
And they did it all without number of nieces and- nephewsalso He added that 'Undisclosed

pay. The government prescribes survive. sum of money-and much...tax-
a certain number of paid drills Interment will follow in An- :
time-is to be saved by
each year. Fla. GOP Passes tioch Cemetery near LaCrosse payer the junking of 93 forms now being -
But the Special Forces unit UpStrongDrivesix around 4 p.m.DONALD. filled out by businessmenand
here has about twice as many '
: others'/ He' estimated IhTswill
meetings as it's paid to have. SCHENCR __u. ___
mean the filling out..of, 850000 ,-
Rigors of the training are TALLAHASSEE AP-) Despite sentative. six of the 12 seats candidates for district courtsof In the campaign for Holland's they would prefer to leavean Funeral services wilt be held than
..fewer forms< !thisycar !
many. increasing efforts by the went to Democrats. Five repre- appeal judgeships were unopposed Senate seat Odham-who twice attorney general behind themif tomorrow at 11 a.m.for' Don-
There was a six.hour boat Republican Party to make Flor- drew in the Democratic 7-year-old
sentatives no opposition.On primary ran unsuccessfully for governor they could. ald M. Schenck, last.He said million will be.
trip through the rain after the Ida a two-party state, most of the other hand, Democratsput -blasted Holland as an ultra Waldo restaurant operator who $5

boat was launched at midnightTwo the state's high offices went up candidates for the two Among the legislative races conservative who was a century He said Kynes only qualification died yesterday at Alachua General -saved by reducing space per
men paddled all the way, without opposition to the Democratic congressional seats held by Re Republican opposition developedalso behind the times. for the office included three Hospital. worker in government offices,,

another sat in the rear steering, Party in the current primary publicans.No in heavily Republican are months as attorney general, Mr. Schenck was born in '1'berange' of Jobn.1on's.on-,

the fourth man rode in frontas campaign.The Republican opposition developed as. Democratic opposition developed Holland countered with the three years as an assistant state 1917 in Jacksonville, and had I the-move, over the shoulder-
a lookout, while the fifth governor's race, which for state cabinet posts. to Republican legislators statement that he was a consti- attorney and three years as been a resident itt Waldo for I comments to marching news

crouched on the floor of the drew six Democrats, drew three Five of the six posts were un seeking re-election. tutional conservative "and the Bryant's executive assistant. 46 He was a member of men covered a bewildering'

rubber raft studying maps of Republicans. As usual, most of opposed. The sixth, that of attorney Constitution has been around a This, he said, was little compared years.Episcopal Church and the number of topics and ranged

the river under the concealment the fireworks erupted among the general, drew heated opposition In the Senate races, Republican century and a half. with his own 14 years asa the Masonic Lodge. from philosophical comment to

of a poncho. Democrats from whose ranks from a Democrat. opposition developed in Odham said it time for a practicing lawyer. The Rev. Fred Yerkes will Jokes and advice ,on dogs.

They stopped at dawn. It was Florida traditionally draws its Atty. Gen. James Kynes, a recent -Polk, Dade, Orange, Martin, and change in Washington was Holland Kynes retaliated by denying officiate at services at the Witjns..Thomas 1
time to set up a base, look for governor.But appointee by Gov. Farris Brevard counties. stressed his ; it improper use of state airplanesand Funeral Chapel, Gainesville; Sun

food and watch for the enemy the winner of the Democratic Bryant was opposed by Rep. Democratic opposition developed was essential seniority if Florida's, saying voice saying Faircloth was seek- 'with burial in Waldo Cemtery. except I
forces posing as aggressorswere nomination in Pinellas County wherea ing the left-wing vote. Published evenlnas
Tuesday stUl Earl Faircloth of Dade County. was to be heard in national gov Survivors include: his wife,, Saturday and Sunday mornings -
in the area. must face the winner of the Republican The race for public utilities Republican senator was seek- ernment. I Kynes said some of Fair- Bertie McLeod; two children, by the Gain svitT! ,, Publishing
A friendly fisherman plan nomination in the Nov. commissioner drew only Democratic ing a second term. cloth's tactics were left-wing efforts Donald M. and Patsy; one Company/ at 101..sr.: .
ed by the maneuver's organizers -general election Chairman In House of Representatives Holland to seek votes. 2nd Place Gainesville. Florida
to win the of- opposition for 71, served as gover- Robert S., of Waldo; second claw
and entered a* ;
gave each of the men a fice. .Edwin Mason in Phillip S. races, Republican opposition developed nor of Florida in 1941-45 and was In the public utilities commission sisters, Mrs. Ruby Rogers matter at the Post Office,-at:
handful of rice and a live chicken. The race for Florida's senior Brewer of Miami a public utilities in Brevard, Broward, appointed to the Senate in 1946 race, the two contenderswere three Mrs. Mattie Gainesville!! ,. Florida.

: That was breakfast, lunch senator seat held by Democrat consultant.In Clay, Dade, Duval, Indian River by Gov. Millard CaldwelL limited in their campaignsby Henson of Micanopy of Hawthorne; ; and 'CIRCULATION RAUS IT "
and dinner. Spessard Holland drew Republican the races for judgeships,I Lake, Lee, Manatee, Orange, Holland is a ranking memberof the very nature of the office. S. R. Newman of Haw- CARRIER OR MAIL .: -

When night fell yesterday, the opposition from Claude state attorney and public de. Pasco, Polk, Sarasota, Volusia, the Appropriations Committee. they sought. Mrs. Week .45 .
Special Forces resumed their! Kirk of Jacksonville. and Because the office of, public thorne. 1 "
Being the :fender, Republican opposition Walton. are: Louie Dempsey 3 MM. 45.15 0 :.:
river trip and headed toward only Republican seeking the developed in the heavily Repub-- Democratic opposition developed In the campaign for attorney utilities commissioner is a technical Pallbearers Ralph .
the major goal of their week nomination, he carried on a limited lican areas 'of Pinellas, West in Broward, Orange, Palm general accusations flew thick post, the campaignersaimed Jimmy Carl All. nun. subscriptions; mustbe ,
end preparing a bridge for campaign.The Palm Beach and Broward coun-Beach, Pinellas, and Seminole and fast between the candidates. mainly at voters most directly Womeldurf, J. C. Fogg paid in dvlnc'r- r

destruction.Then situation was different in ties. The Dade County public defender coMics, where Republicansheld Falreloth accused Kynes by concerned with the office. Beggs and John Taylor. Member ot Audit. :-BuruuToL. :I I'
are: -
it was dawn again. The the Democratic ranks. Sen. Holland drew a Republican oppo i House seats. innuendo of using state airplanesfor Brewer' said it was time, for Honorary pallbearers Circulation. : -

men are scheduled to work seeking a fourth term, nent. During the 1963 Legislature, his campaign, and labeled new blood. Mason leaned heavily -Joe Crevasse, Ed Peck, Sidney M ,material etafahed :baebrh-. ; I I I

through this afternoon. drew a fiery opponent, Brailey Several drew Democratic op some counties had split delegations Kynes the crown prince of Gov. upon his record of five yearsin Martin, J. B. Shaman Robert KTwtwerty whet*tf the.w-.hi::.MMswlUt**rt. to&.: II\

That was this weekend. Odham of Orlando. Both men ponents. sending some Democrats Farris Bryant. office urging support from Hardaker Hugh Noe Emory j bMnoCempait* Jmc witttaut-tfw writ***
And some day they may haveto conducted spirited campaigns. The three candidates for state and come Republicans to the Faircloth said he talked with the general public as well as the Boring John Elletti ,and, oirmisslon y twtXMtn' Of the pwMhNr.' .- ,

fight for real. In the races for UJS. repre- supreme court justice and the: session. former governors and they told particular voter. Bobby Shippman. .-- I

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t .T fhreafBy' I r' .I.'M'. FIELDS 'PRICE SLASHING 1 I'

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33mL Vnri mitnt bioewalk :
WASHINGTON Friday'smenacing I'
comments by Premier
Khrushchev and some surprisingly
:mild comments by Premier wwnuq
Fidel Castro about United
States flights over Cuba tendedto
cancel each other out, in the
! view of analysts here. I I.I I.
1 '.
Officially; the '"
a d ministration .
I said not h i n g Analysis: -

,, new.serted to conduct It the reas-need aer- What News The I BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY REGARDLESS OF "..r; ilu 'ZtBl i Tf II III ?


f It t I sane Sal to reconnais-over prevent Cuba eans I COST OR LOSS :ji :. fI" fI: L. ; [ I I t: .ww..

the re-establishment of offensive SOME FLOOR SAMPLES, SOME ONE-OF-A-KIND, SOME DEMONS -.1 .. -. I u. I ...
)l wish missile to say bases.anything But i that t did might not I STRATORS, SOME REPOSSESSIONS, MANY NEW IN CRATES "!: R 1.. WI i J11fB! ::11 I QUALITY

provoke-iioscow or Havana into .. o

,J\ new Privately pro11 ses.of, officials belligerence.sho.wed'noalarm : : -- : n

.J.e .jr about-the day's develop- I 901'T- AT1 I.I I.

ments. ". .. e a
There',.JS..always', concern, of Everything ran our -
\ course,"' ; Khrushchev & HUNORE OS
.:1 speaks of the possibility of "ca- SuttOA Must YOU'LlltfJER Trailers, Trucks, .'
; tastrophic consequences" if theflighIsover.CuSa BRAND 1
4 continue.The I I PRICES A1I1WHERE etc. and OF TOP NAME ,

p.'t, prevailing the Soviet .Belief leader here must is demon-that 12 Noon GO! ANYTIME! Come get them! I APPLIANCES W LOW, I.

nIJ 1 strate to Communist China andother I 7 9.m. .. w. se, Extra op. ,
Communists that he has OW PRICES
1 ...
. not sold out the Cubans in some '
' tacit deal with the United \- I II
01 ; I.
States. \
Similar'pressures, it is pointed -
;; out, can always force the -KELVINAYDR-WHIRlPOOl
Russian.;to menacing deeds as I Lightweight Personal

EIS well as words. What is more, ...... Portable TelevisionNO
officials say there is never Sell What We Advertize and Service .
i that Moscow J. M. Fields Will Not Be Undersold $6-4..81
any guarantee can I What We Sell. ::; ..
t control Havana's conduct. Washington '
'(l'r. <<: 1' is ready therefore, for : J NO MONEY DOWN :
r.ut diplomatic or even military trouble Ie FULLY AUTOMATIC ; REFRIGERATORFREEZERCOMBINATION 19" Portable TV
but: so far it does not expect I 1f-- 1fN Model
J. M. FIELDS Low Low $9995 ""
it.The Price-Not an
, t vehemence of Khrush 'Illu'II II I' Porcelain WASHER II Obsolete.1M3 Model '
"I' II' Smart B W slim line design
a'at chev's denial that there was 1!, II Inside Il I 'I ii Built-in antenna
any agreement about the flightsover Out PRICES SLASHtoKelvinator 111 SLASHED Full power Y
(' Cuba between Moscow and i; & PRICES C.E.1) Channel If PORTABLE Tuning TV. ........ $119
:.:;;;""..I EMERSON It" PORTABLE TV ...
Washington was regarded hereas '' ---= $109
: j Deluxe
or Full Power Antenna
: the most significant passagein I WESTINGHOUSE 1'" PORTABLE j
\ c::: 'II. $ TV. Channel Front SpeakersMOTOROLA $119 .
his'remarks the -
on subject.
0r I
r The belief was that the Soviet f i I I Power Transformer Hand Wired $129 ..
$ ....... ..... i ; OLYMPIC It" PORTABLE TV $99
0 leader had to counteract the I' Power Transformer Hand Wired

uoi fact acquiesced that Soviet for 18 months troops in have the I ,. I 2 8 f.. I, ""- I" I EMERSON VHP Carrying....Handle.U"..,..PORTABLE. ,.Hand..?.. Wired. ,TV $99 ..,
j flights' even though they poses- Il.i TV. 1 Yr. parts Warranty All $149 ,,
. E sed anti-aircraft missiles to Channel _
knock the planes out of the sky. I
al That acquiescence has been

pointed up in official statements _
ngt i here in the last two I/I I II I rY
weeks. Washington spoke out EI_ E f _
)Ie because it wished to warn Moscow I .. ..... Auto.Multicycle 148 -- I G. E. No DefrostRefrigFreezer 168 I I I: : I Ig ...

thut against permitting the Cu- -- .... ....... .- '- -IS--.... I : : . .. W ''iih t1li'oC10R .:I
bans to fire: the missiles once "" ..
Irl Soviet troops leave the island. ::dm J.trir.U RCAWhlpoolRefn ).' 1 \ I
diJid6 That public realized warning was bound officials to I \cz.i I : Kelvinator 2speedWash $169 ..1 .. ... LlJ No Defrost, Zero $198 S11Af\\On\f' f ...
quickly .
5 provoke a response in Havana ,! and Spin 't .-'- "y ro' ,.. FreezerKelvinator '. ............. I -'

'IUIKH and Moscow.Or I "e\O\\ .'1.. .. IIllI No DefrostRefrig.Freezer _
prq.1W even greater interest here "\ vot RCA Whirlpool Auto$168 $228 RCA-VICTOR !CONSOLE TV ..
T were the alternately mild and Out 12-lb. ... 1: 11 Channel Tuning. 7"xi" speaker-Super target
hard'comments by Castro. The I, \c.\e t1 capacity '!l",'. 1 14 Cu Ft. Deluxe turret Bonded tuner.Safety Glass ......,..... $199 I .
net effect was seen as a step I \t'k. I
'h<> from the belligerance __ 13 Channel Tuning. 23,000 volts
away r.:: ..-. 14 $179
II A Steal
of Picture Power.
shown by the Cuban leader aweeK ;;11IIII Wringer Washers S!
tecH- II : 1tf ; Cu. Ft. SYLVANIA, IJ" TABLE MODEL. I

Car,, ago.Castro, it was noted, prom- I.,l $49 & UP I rrf n. 'F1 1" il '.. "_'. '-' UprightFreezer 13 Front Channel Speaker Tuning....-....Aluminized........... picture$159 tube-
ised to fight for Cuba's sover- f' H<' I ;Jil; -
I t 1 u Qp9; ,; MOTOROLA 21" CONSOLE TV SWIYELElec. n
maha eignty'and dignity, but his big- .----::::: Dryers r _- $198 13 Channel tuning- All hand.. $179
I wired. 1-year parts warranty I
attached to .
threat was r- -=. .
gest .
font at- \ mal \ : -:- I' GENERAL ELECTRIC 23" CONSOLE TV
the phrase "if we are $49 & UP == --
Aluminized Black day-lite -
i tacked." He protested againstthe .itglflI' 20 ture tube-walnut cabinet ..plc$1.69
pieIra I reconnaissance flights, but I I llr! All Porcelain f.tl Cu. Ft. GENERAL ELECTRIC 23" I '".

stressed the need for patience Inside i t it: I -l. FreezerOut TV 13 Channel CONSOLE tuning Quality...... $189 '
liki and..promised to exhaust "leg YOU DON'T I Il.: Components :.
Queen & ,
1 I al" :means of protest.At ""' I I 259 FAMOUS NAME S-WAY COMBINATIONCASH I .
Uselen one point, he also suggested I Automatic II II s ;.., Dual FM-AM Stereo Radio Speakers!3" TV .-....13...Channel.. S289 tuning- y
that he did not intend to j JJ 2 11
-- NEED 'LfZ
sib I .the U. S. with at- ____---- --- ..- ..
rib! i threaten Speed __ II _-"f Cu. Ft. .
He I.
tack from Soviet I Parts "' ''
doiHie saij..Cuba's problems we r e ,2. Cycle 5 Year Bit "jjjl iJ / Upright'w
Gh'I' .!i
_ tF her own, almost as if he were Warranty i IHMlI Freezer .
hifitlhg.ai i a 1 lack.of Sovietsup $178 I $168761NRW I ',
action. I :
feu belligerant
port. : *
Washington expects to hear J Undersold. r liii! l .'. ....',.-N 1 x 1 or-;;1II I
11I 1 I more of the issue, but ;- '. Will Not -- -,- I
pally in diplomatic terms I 1AOtOROU I I
.But.the flights themselves, of- OR I
will be continued RO I
ficials' stressed I :

C. and" ,. if necessary.,, defend- I fleasonRED.HOTA1RONDIJiONERSU I II

brr ed..: ....'

disll net ha I; Free Prisoners I Fedders Admiral K'elvinator Amana RCA Whirlpool Emerson I \ PORTABLE STEREO I II
: : j t RANGOON, Burma (APBuriiia's )- I I - Extension Speakers
Pre.Ji military"governmen 4-Speed Changer .. .... .
I, has freed nearly 500 political ,-- --- COFFEI TABLE STEREO I
for t prisoners"protective custody" in a May SELECTION- BTU SQ. REMOVAL PRICE j size Plays records .. ... ... 75 .
: As one of the nation's leading appliance dealers with SO stores from RATED FT, P1$. HR. OF UNIT
ally Day' amnesty. Maine to F> $1,0 ; "the prisoners of Brand Name Appliances anywhere. Hardwood ,
Most of political I 99.95 .... .. .. $129
Ci !f ',were Communists or fellow PRICE 4,000 7.5 115 250 1.5. Cabinet 4. u. u.I

thnin travelers arrested after peace The lowest In town. W. guarantee to beat'any advertised price on cam 6,000 8.0 115 375 2.0 138.95 STEREO CONSOLE ,
iMai t negotiationswith the Communist parable merchandise. Hand Wired, Walnut $139 I
:, ,underground.collapsed last I CREDIT Q,30-0 7.5 115 375 2.0, '1'4995 STEREO Finish-FM-AM 4 Speakers, 4-BAND RADIO f

EdT August. Arranged on the spot. No money down with many months to pay on 275 179.95 6 ,
t The students were picked up easy credit.DEPENDABILITY. 10000 120 115 625 40 AMP .v ..-.. .. .. $149 I
sayM* J In riots last October which resulted I '14,000. 12.0 230/208 875 4.6 194.95 STEREO-4 SPEAKERS ....
in the closing of Burma'suniversities. America's leading outlets we stand behind each purchase. Plays all size records-
at t as We one sell of what we advertise and we guarantee what we sell. 15,000 1 .1.6 230/208 920 4.0 21. ..95 Console -..... ...... .... $99 _
Jobned I ..
LOWEST PRICES. 16,500 13.5 230/208 1025 4.8 228.00
I window
t Gainesville's lowest Installation costs-double hung or latousi
and our sa- own?casement financing I windows with low or thru finance wan :-Noaawn.payment.we. do 17,000 13.6 230 1075 4.8. '229.95 .

the It." t ALL UNITS 20,000 14.3 230/208 12S0 6:4: 2S9.9S COME CHECK I I',
I aro flush mounted, thermostat control. 1-M speed fan,sOda out Chassis :
C ALL CERTIFIED NEMA CN-1 RATED 25,000 16.0 230' 1575 8.0 299.95 THE'MANY-

Citjtod] Louis No Seafare wonder shrifnpt I PRICE Includes delivery:1 year,labor and parts and S years warranty**! sealed 30,000. 23.0- 230 1.900' '9.3 349:95: OTHER BUYS I :,-
on 'refrigerator unit system. .."
Fra ntes so goodtheycuok NOT ADVERTISED. :

abo it (ust tike ....
mOl they do their chicken1Cdll I

them: FR 2-6311 IT- _.
309 North West 13th Si OPEN ,Llytruem.a:1
roe FREE PARKING TO I OPEN I I That give you instant ,-
life II' 114s IT TAKES JUST o/d. of value guaranteed cash savings guaranteed
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I A Bouquet For Talbot &attttzutIkJonx Sun The ON THE NorthIs RIGHT = v a t r 4 4I

r A couple of gents are having a Harry L.,Evans has the best qual-

I scrap in our schoolyard. ifications on paper. He has a doc-
i L H1WUSOX. haidat ad Rebelling I
torate, (in vocational education) and r.klUb.ri FAT COWLES.: Tk heel
I The are the two candidates I ..... ED JOHX8OX. TU Frt Me.l
scrappers many years of school experiencethe -- Florida's Beautiful ... X ...Ut. KilUri W. G. mID) .. ..' ..
:I for Alachua, County School bulk of it in West Virginia. But r 'saa.SOLL TU. rrssidut ftttd ATtrtUtBf *- II By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY; Jl]t.
Superintendent Harry L. Evansp we do not subscribe to the concept University City' Ti... :,.. +e.s acrdat.aea.r C'r.,U The Police Commissioner of ing to Southerners, needless to
and W. S. (Tiny) Talbot. Both area that a PhD-just any old PhD U B New York is an Irishman say. They noticed how hot

legally qualified for the office and makes a better school administrator. THE SUN'S POLICY without, it is said, an Irish- ly New York reacted againstthe

both have educational backgrounds 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. man's temper, but even so proposed stall-in and how
do fear the
And we voca-
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials by last Tuesday he had ap- quickly the body of responsi-
]e which meet the minimum standards tional posture which might permeateour 3. Publish ill sides of important controversial issues. parently had more than he ble New Yorkers came to the

Y of the Southern Association of ColIn educational system under an administrator defense of their police and
u The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 could stand and he lashed
who tremendous their courts. It is never so
and Schools.a spe
eges Want Ads-376-4672 out at the critics of the New in the South
: of
ciality in that area. every charge
a York Police Department. He police brutality is instantly
Their tussle is the of the
product had obviously in mind'first credited, coast to coastThere
f elective superintendent system. Five In contrast, Tiny Talbot has vast THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT and foremost James Farmer -
c are missionaries
experience on the local scenesixteen director of CORE, who no ,
down from New York to
editorial years total as principal on all has been complaining of dis urge
Southern Negroes to obey the
levels including his current criminatory brutality by, the
positionas in law to
Dangers Economy respect private
t lays the school system open to politic chieftain of Gainesville High, New York police against Ne- erty, to stay out of the prop-way

c intrigue, headline hunting and the county's largest. Talbot, too, hasa '-" e/ denied groes. Murphy such passionately of traffic. Just last summera
any thing, and
I popularity contests." fixation about vocational schools, By DAVID LAWRENCE tax cut a few years down the lent of higher wages for ,the came rather close to suggest- private amusement park in

but not to an extreme degree. He is WASHINGTON Most people road." loan of his money. When in- ting that some New York Maryland was made inacces-
upon reading in their But this has not been the terest rate on government sible by stall-ins and sit-ins
< Lo! We have become prophets.I more likely to seek a balance between Negroes are expecting not
( vocational and classical education.We newspaper on Wednesday of experience with previous tax borrowings go upward, the in- equality on account of their in which important divinesof
last week a speech by Presi- cuts. The gain have been terest rates_produce a setback color, but privileged treatment various faiths flamboyantly -
I We sought the appointive super- dent Johnson telling of the temporary, and the real meas- cia world are, of course, on account of their col participated: that was

1 intendency five months ago because also have found Talbot to be a large profits of business and ure of progress is whether the pushed higher, too. This addsto or. okay-but don't interfere with

vigorous thumper for more teachers promising further tax cuts, purchasing power of the dol- business costs and tends to the World's Fair. .The police -
J it made horse sense. Since the policy- -which certainly are needed and must have gained the impression lar declines or rises. The reduce the rate of profit ON THE MORNING of the in New York are eminently -

i setting School Board is elected, it we interpret this to mean he will that everything is all monetary unit has been going Sooner or later, the high in- same day that Mr. Murphy fair and responsible -

t needs to appoint its own administrator. put first things first. right in the national economy. down steadily for the last several terest rates produce a etbackin boiled over, a three-man pan- but not those of Birmingham

( it does not need is another They probably would be surprised years. the economy. This was a el of judges led by J.ud ge or Jacksonville. .The dou-
to learn that factor in the 1929 crash ble standard
many Nowhere in President John- key Gassman sentenced a white outrages a great
1 policy maker with divergent philoso- Under the circumstances, we feel observers who have given son' speech was there a and what ensued thereafter.The CORE leader in Brooklyn who many Southerners (who, one r,

J phy. obliged to endorse Tiny Talbot as close attention to economic single reference to the enor- President hinted in his had taken part in the effort to might wish, would be equally -

I superintendent of Alachua County factors are fearful of the mous debt of the federal gov- speech that he hopes the Fed- close down the World's Fairto outraged on those occas-

\ But Alachua County voters were schools. But to this endorsement, we future and believe that the ernment. It is around $310 billion eral Reserve system will keep one year in jail. More ions when double standardsof
finances of the federal gov- interest rates down, and he justice are meted out to
I effectively blinded by propagandistic must attach a couple of observa- the largest in history. precisely, the court activateda
ernment today are in one of warns business to hold its white and black citiiTHE '-\
Although it has been 11 years one-year suspended sen-
smokescreen, and they rejected tions: the most dangerous positions prices down. But business will
tence that had
since the close of the Korean previously been
] the appointive system last November.The they have been in during any War and 19 years since the be helpless against the inflation earned by 26-year-old Arnold PROBLEM o.aw' enforcement -

result is today's "political intrigue (1) Talbot's intrusion of himself peacetime year in our history. end of World War II, there that is actually caused Goldwag, but suspended for a will becor r more
into the appointive When the President made by the government's own fis- acute as the civil i ights
headline hunting and popularity superintendencydebate has been no reduction of the probationary period that ran
|J c '''rtests." five months ago helped cloud his speech at a dinner of busi- national debt. It has risen con- cal policies. out of gas along with Mr. movement grows more reck-
the issue with ness and financial leaders at stantly. THE PRESIDENT, for in- Goldwag's car, en route to less, which it.threatens to do.
and denied
4I personalities the White House, he told only HOW LONG can any gov- stance, now is talking about the World's Fair. The reason for it is a) the
voters a chance to consider the one part of the story. He em- ernment maintain public con- "further tax cuts" and has On receiving the news in much ramarked rivalry

I Under the appointive system, the proposal on its merits. "hasized that profits in busi- fidence in it monetary unitif not indicated that any action the courtroom Mr. Goldwag among leaders of the move-

c. School Board could screen hundreds ness have risen from $21.8 the national debt is not reduced will be taken to use any surplus responded by throwing him- ment-who, like many labor

i I of qualified executives. Instead, we ((2) Talbot, who has a penchantfor billion in 1961 to $27.1 billiion ? The argument now is in the budget to payoff self on his back right therein union leaders, feel that they

the in 1963, and are expected to made that the tax will debt. What he proposes in- front of the three judges must constantly increase their
have the choice of two powerseekers handling microphone during cut soon
demands in order to satisfy ..
reach $31 billion in 1964. Hedidn't stead is more tax cuts. Basedon and refusing to budge. In due
out to prove who has the wealthiest sporting events at GHS, will haveto produce a budget surplus be- their clientele; b) the intrin- ...
tell his audience how- this
past experience, he
course was propped by
the President
1 cronies who has the loudest shed the coach image he has culti- cause, as putsit up sically elusive nature of the
that the of and defi-
> ever, profits corporations there is an expectation of means more more some of Mr. Murphy's patientmen
voice, who is the master of innuendo. vated if he takes over as superin- in 1961 were at a increases in production and cits and the further weaken- and thereupon sentenced thing the Negroes hunger for:

t None of this has much to do with tendent. Voters like to be assured very low rate. They are esti- in the number of jobs. But ing of the purchasing powerof to an additional 30 days a kind of social equality
which will not be achieved in
which one can best run a school sys- they have elected a full-time educa- mated at 6.1 per cent of the overlooked is the fact that, if the dollar.Unfortunately. for contempt of Court. It is
time. And becausethe
our c),
tem. tor and administrator, not someone national income for 1964, the purchasing power of the In govern- a lucky thing Mr. Goldwaggot that is latent in
whereas in 1950 they had ment circles there is not muchof a glimpse of the Fair on rowdyism
dollar is cut down
who gives too freely of his time to steadily one of us-what Her-
reached 9.4 cent. This indicate look ahead every
per increases a tendency opening day, a it will be
more wage are
When it comes to endorsing a can- the athletic field. bert Agar once called the
clearly that while the several The custom is
made necessary and, as pro- years. just about over by the time "
didate under such circumstances, our national income has grown, fits are correspondingly reduced to look only a few months he gets out of jail. "anarchic passion to smash,

enthusiasm lags. But we prefer to So we want you as school super- the rate of profit has actually prices have to be rais- ahead to a national election, Meanwhile, of course, a hue what Victor Gollancz' call s

speak our convictions weak as intendent, Tiny Talbot. And here is declined. ed. This is what is customarily the winning of which is directly and cry will go up against the the "Hitler in ourselves"is -
called an inflationary related to how widely an of the New York officially unleashed by ,
they are-than to drift into limbo. our bouquet-slightly wilted. cy- brutality those civil rights leaders who
ONE REASON for this, of impression of prosperity can court system. But like Mr.
course, is that wage costs cle.The danger in the present be conveyed by administration Murphy, the judges, I sus- began with non-violent, law- r If

Two for the S jchool; Board: have gone up from 65 per cent situation is that, if the lending spokesmen. The picture pect, are in a mood to fight ful protests, progressed to

of the national income in 1947 public ever comes to the con- that is being painted by them back. It is their responsibility, non-violent, non-lawful pro
estimated 71.1 cent clusion that the is indeed. it tests, and move now in the direction -
to an per governmentof today rosy But they will remind us, to en-
Williams"He *ind JoinerWe in 1964. Even in relation to the United States is goingto was very rosy in 1929, too, until force the law. The law re- of violent, non lawful -

the total volume of sales, profits continue to borrow more the facts of economic life member? That quaint reliquary protests of the kind threa-

got the whole wide world in have no harsh words for Mr. are also down. Thus, earn- every year without reducingits began to emerge in a national of bygone days, back tened by Malcolm X. A clear
after taxes 6.5 debt there will have to bea that statement of the moral rationale -
ings were ,
per economy outwardly was before Martin Luther King
he hands. Zimmerman, a local businessmanwith
cent of sale in 1947-49, and substantial increase in inter- booming but inwardly was discovered it was unpatrioticand was furnished at the
grown sons who are products of are now estimated for 1964 at est rates. The lender who fore- struggling in vain against ungodly to observe it dock in South Africa last

These words of a currently pop- the Alachua County school system.His 5 per cent. sees a depreciation in the credit inflation and high in- week by the terrorist Man- r
But most important of all dollar will want the equiva terest rates. dele: if peaceful protests don't
,' ular ballad come to us in these pre- record shows him to be civic- IT IS ALL especially gall-
work violent
is the impact of unsound fis- try protests.See .
election days, with the reminder that minded, a fine citizen, and an assetto cal policy on the future valueof ? t

the ballad's "whole wide world." is the community.But the dollar. Thus, in his POTOMAC FEVERBy One can hope that the resolute

merely a "itty biddy baby." speech, the President said: Murphys and the no-
"It is too early to make Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau nonsense Gassmans will
his opponent, Willard Williams -
wield effective deterrent force.

I The song's basic message is that also has such a record. He has firm cuts, promises but if this on one further is a success tax- Republicans are worried because LBJ picked up his beagle by its ears. Otherwise, New York will
youth is the "whole wide world." An elephant has even bigger ears than a beagle. have an opportunity to dem-
as I have
children in the school system he is every reason
'Tis very true. Most of us' adults to believe it will be --in -- onstrate what devices it has
active in youth and church work, and The Duchess of Kent has a new daughter. Exhaustive tests prove that the discovered for controlling
the most fruitful of our building production, creating
spend years, Kent baby is no worse than any other well known
lives projecting a future for the little his three-year service on the School jobs, raising profits, and gen- -- mobs which are less offensive

ones around the house. Board indicates his interest in Alachua erating revenues to balancethe TV industry news: Whenever Barry Goldwater gets ready to start than electrical cattle prods,
t a new police dogs, and fire hoses,
County schools. budget, then I see another show he will be given prime time-7 to 6:30. and equally effective. .

But a goodly portion of our

J children's lives is not spent at home. We like several things about Mr. THE WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST

They are in school. Impressionable Williams. First, we prefer his better- -

youth is molded indelibly by the rounded ,concept of education, as'contrasted -

'I hands of teachers. to his opponent's tendencyto The

overstress job training. Feudas -- ] . .
All good reason, we think, to turn
J' .
attention to members of the Alachua Looking back, we also like Wil

I: County School Board, who establish lard Williams' experience as a School Nrni Unrlt eimru the reasons for his action. in retaliation, but short of was clearly not the kind of porposal started series o!'

i't the policies which shape our children. Board member during the last three By JAMES REATONWASHINGTONOne But as a matter of fact, both that, the U. S. should not proposition President Eisenhower talks which went on throughthe

Two School Board seats are to be flIt ilf !- years. of the assumptions are wrong.IT use atomic in ,
weapons any could expect the Con- Eisenhower administration
tragedies of the postwar -
led in the primary May 5.
f has been the decline in the IS TRUE that the basic other situation' unless France gress of the U. S. to accept and were picket ap by the,
several instances during
We recall
relations between the United and Britain agreed. with
Kennedy administration.They
f! Let's examine the races individu- which he worked conscientiously to States and France, and an_ conflict started in the series of

i ally. overcome petty sectional jealousies, important cause of that decline proposals 'from De Gaulle to THIS WAS the "directorate" NEVERTHELESS, Presi- were the never French able to reconcile

'I 1 helping to bring out decisions fair to has been a widespread President Eisenhower in a he wanted. It was nothing dent Eisenhower did not, as suggestion ofa

j DISTRICT THREE. Jasper N. all the schools in the county. Becausehe misunderstanding in both memorandum suggested a less than a proposal fora is still widely believed, Ignore three-power strategy for the
countries over what producedthe U. S.-British-French "direc- world strategy, jointly con- world with the American strategy -
|1 Joiner is opposed by Lassiter Mason. did not "represent" any one schoolor conflict in the first place. torate" within the NATO al- ceived by Washington, Paris the De Gaulle memoran- for wider consultation

I j Mr. Mason's candi y is a farce. section, but rather the whole It is widely assumed, even liance on North Atlantic poN and London, in which American dum. He replied on Oct. 20, with other Allies in a series

I His appearances at political rallies county school system, he was calledon by many students of foreign icies, and it is not true that atomic power could be 1958. He agreed that the of regional alliances, and of

: are spasmotic and unfrui. 'i1.} Of all more than once to mediate fact- affairs, that the conflict be- Eisenhower did not reply. used in any situation other threat of Communist agres- course, they were not able to
I I gan in the autumn of 1958, What De Gaulle suggestedin than an armed attack on the sion'affected not only the U.S. meet Gen. de Gaulle's de-
local candidates, he is the only one ional disputes between the urban
I j l because General deG a u 11 e the memorandum of Sept. U. S. only if France and Bri- but France, and not only mand for a veto over the use
y !J who did not answer questions pre- school interests of Gainesville and proposed at that time the cre- 17, 1958 was not a U. .S.- tain agreed. France but the rest of the of American atomic power on

i (, pared by the Gainesville League of the rural interests of the county. ation of a U. S. F r e it c ii. British-French directorate to De Gaulle concluded his NATO Allies and many other questions not involving a di-

: Women Voters. His candidacy is to- British "directorate" to guide determine policies for all the saying that in the future his countries. Accordingly, he approved rect .attack on the U. S.
the policies of the North At- Allies within the North Atlantic cooperation with the the idea of broader '
t ken; his'election would be mockery. And we recall also that it was at Much can be said on both
lantic Treaty Organization al- Treaty but Atlantic consultation the
area, rather Treaty Allies would among
his insistence that sides
and prodding a this question. The
j 1 liance.It an arrangement whereby depend on the fulfillment of NATO Allies on world prob-
[ But even if stiff opposition were timid school board turned into a tiger is also widely as- the Washington Paris Lon- his demands that France be lems beyond the NATO area, trouble has been that the

I a| available, we certainly would endorse and started action to rid the coun- sumed that the United States don governments would agreeon given an equal role- with the but insisted that this consultation been facts obscured of the controversy have

I Jasper Joiner. As a University of ty of a tax assessor whose policies never replied to this proposal common policies-each hav- U. S. and Britain on the use should not be limited to by"official se-

: '1 Florida professor, he is familiar with threatened to wreck the county and that this was regardedby ing a veto on the otherson of American power in world Paris and London, but must New crecy.York Cyrus Times Sulzberger tried of the
De Gaulle as a personal what to do in Asia, Africa, strategic problems.In include all members of NATO.
educational He has three
school straighten out the
processes. system. record last
affront and a humiliating rebuke and elsewhere outside the retrospect, it is not difficult President Eisenhower did
l children in three different local to France, which provoked North Atlantic area. to understand Gen. De not reject the De Gaulle proposals year, but he. did. so during

t schools, and he has served as PTA These are our reasons for endors- him to withdraw Increasingly More important, the De Gaulle's proposal Obviously, abruptly but suggesteda the strike of and the his New York

t president at Sidney Lanier. And ing two School Board candidates in from the Western Gaulle memorandum of 1958 any use of American atomic series of consultations by newspapers at that time excellent,
{,i Joiner's statements indicate he has the upcoming May primary. The Alliance and adopt an independent sought ,a specific agreementthat power was likely to affect the technicians of the U. S., given the attention they were not de-
policy, often hostile the U. S. should not use interests if not the security of France and Britain, providedit
lent thought to the problems of "itty bitty baby" will be safe in the serve.
to the United States and in the world without the agree- France. But also obviously he was made clear to the Ger-
Alachua County's educational sys- hands of: the other Allies ment of France that is to say was suggesting that the U.S. man and Italian governments Now, however since the

tem. Even last week, when De without De Gaulle's agree- produce the power, at astronomical among others, that the misconceptions of the past

\VillardVilIiams -District Gaulle withdrew all French ment. cost, and give meetings were designed to remain, the facts of the ,con

DISTRICT TWO. Incumbent Two naval officers from the NATO President de Gaulle agreed France and Britain a veto explore Gen., deGaulle's suggestions troversy are being -mad

Jack command, these two assumptions that if the ,U. S., Britain or over its use, except in rather than to carry available, and they will be
Williams is
Willard opposed by
were being given in the France, was attacked direct- event of a direct attack on the them into effect. carried in other reports, in
Zimmerman. -' '?Jasper Joiner District Three Washington diplomatic corps ly, it could use any weapon territory of the U. S. This This Eisenhower C 0 u n ter- this space. "

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-:' A Bouquet For Talbot B. F. Childs.,. Colored News Editor

F- TEACHERS MEETING :Allen Fort Lauderdale prei I-- ;

I ... : A couple of gents are having a Harry L. Evans has the best qual. MIAMI (Special) F 10 rlda dent-elect; Mrs. Rudy Gainer,
He has a doc delegates and visitors expel Pensacola, vice president and
'. 08 scrap in our schoolyard. ifications on paper. JOHX X. HAKB130N. rr. Mnt ...
enced a first here Friday nightas Mrs Vivian Boston, Orlando, ,
musttR0t.t in vocational education) and r kllk ,. torate ( U. S. Senator Hubert 1 H. treasurer. Miss 0. B. McLI! 4.ati ED JOHXWN, TtoM4 'tu4iai
Siin The scrappers are the two candidates many years of school experiencethe Humphrey (D-Minn.) ,ddressed* St. Petersburg, is the currepresident Florida's Beautiful E .e.tlT. EtlUri W. O.EBEKSOLK. ..4315)..
intent -
Vie rrtlUMt M
for Alachua County School bulk of it in West Virginia. But the group via telephone hookup TtrtUlac Dlrt Uri BOB TA 'TAGUONE. -
from Washington, D, C, His St Petersburg's Alvie A. Ben- University City4
Tl<. rruUtal Ml CtrrUU *-
L. Evans ,
Ta Superintendent Harry we do not subscribe to the concept address followed the presentation tbn, Gibbs Senior High assistant .a Mu.f *; ** II' "

and W. S. (Tiny) ''Talbot. Both are that a PhD-just any old PhD of a citation by the FSTAto principal, took the gavel
ED and him for his outstanding workin from Cecil W. Boston Orlando. THE SUN'S POLICY .
for the office
legally qualified makes a better school administrator.And .
putthabout "recognition of human dig.< 1. Report tht news fully and Impartially in the new columns.
both have educational backgroundswhich especially do we fear the vocational nity and understanding." NATIONAL HONORSAt 2. Expr.s the opinions of the Sun In-but only in- ditorUls! -
,, ,
Coun'I'h meet the minimum standardsof posture which might permeateour Senator Humphrey, leader i of the 23rd National Convene 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. '
ton of the YWCA of the USA .
the Southern Association of Colleges educational system under an administrator the fight to pass the controve held in Cleveland, Ohio, Apr, The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-S441 .
ledgeyeari sial civil right bill, said In his '
and Schools. who has tremendous speciality address to the delegates assen 20-24, were members of the Want Ads-376-4672

in that area. bly that 1964 would be recordedin Gibbs Junior College (St. Pet.

uamenj Their tussle is the product of the history as the year of civU ersburg) YWCA. Members of

a ]loqhoiz In contrast Tiny Talbot has vast rights. the outstanding campus group degrees at the end of the second The schedule of services is: .
elective superintendent system. Five six Predicting with I optimismthat were Hilda George of Monrovia tri-mester were 246 students Sunday School with Mrs. Ernes MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED
the local scene-
that months ago, we 'observed in an editorial experience on the bill will in spiteof Liberia, West Africa; Phyl. 234 of whom were undergraduates -tine Walker superintendent, and< Robert Mills' announces the
chua' teen years total as principal on all pass lis Spence, Gainesville; Gladys '
'' the Southern filibuster, he and 12 graduate students. teachers: Mrs. Ida Jackson and marriage of his niece the for
Duri( !'he elective superintendencylays levels, including his current positionas pointed out that Ignor an c e Evans of Tampa: ; Miss Mary Among those who received Miss Bernice Hall in charge 10 mer Mrs. Ethel De. Miller to

the t the school system open to political chieftain of Gainesville High, breeds hatred and prejudice Perrin, sponsor; Alice Burgin, degrees was Eugene Reddingof John R. Roberts on .March 2,

staffthan intrigue headline hunting and the county's largest. Talbot too, hasa which in turn fosters povertyand Tampa; Sara Simmons, Fe; Gainesville.TO a.m.During the morning worship 1962. 1
nandina Beach
Mae demons
; : ,
at 11 a.m., Mrs. Susie Mae
of.he popularity. contests. fixation about vocational schools, want. Monticello; and Marva Brown, PRESENT FASHION White will be guest speaker; REGULAR MEETINGThe
ey. ti but not to an extreme degree. He is "If we are to maintain self Tampa. SHOW during the afternoon worship at
Floral Court Lodge No.
PTAdent more likely to seek a balance between respect throughout the civilized Elementary 3 Mrs. Willa Gaines, will
Lo! We have become prophets.We world, we must practice at GIBBS The PTA of Jones p.m. 113 will hold its regular.meeting
Dui vocational and classical education.We COEDS School will present its annual be the guest speaker; and during -
home the tenets we preach Monday, May 4, at 8 p.m. at
Betty Cobb of Gainesville and the at 6
Fashion show at A. Quinn evening worship
Count sought the appointive super abroad. Civil rights for all per. the home of W. G. Nelson of
Evelyn Johnson
of Sarasota
are Mrs. aria will also -
also have found Talbot to be a regardless of race, col- Jones Elementary School next p.m., Dunlap 415 N.W. 12th Street
sons, .
privil becauseit shown above with the 1964 ed ,
intendency five months ago This show be the guest speaker.The .
PTA,, vigorous thumper for more teachers or, creed or religious origin, tion of the "Gibbsonian," the Saturday at 8 p.m. public is invited. The dues are to be paid at
Since the policy- will feature ladies of the community -
Mr. made horse sense. is vitally important. We must the meeting.
-which certainly are needed and student yearbook of the St. Petersburg -
ers'a setting School Board is elected it he will pass this bill if we expect 1 to institution. The bookis modeling sports, dress ANNOUNCES MARRIAGEMrs. During the meeting there. will
we interpret this to mean remain leader in the fre casual and evening wear. A Pre be
wet a e i dedicated to the Internationally a report made from t he
and' needs to appoint its own administrator. put first things first. world. We must have a strong' famous baseball personality fashion show will be given by Ma mi e E. Walker of Grand Lodge.REHEARSAL.

trict What it does not need is another bill if we are to realize peace I' Branch Rickey. Rickey, firs t the kindergarten class under the Micanopy, announces the mar- -
and prosperity in the world i of' direction of Mrs. Catherine Tay riage of her granddaughter,
cess. policy maker with divergent philoso- Under the circumstances, we feel baseball mogul to open major
Frances Miller, to Herbert Da-
F 'Iat'th obliged to endorse Tiny Talbot as today and tomorrow, he de-< league baseball competition 1 to lor. The Choral Group of LodgeNo.
phy. by, and the ceremonies were
clared. model will be
Negroes (Jackie Robinson i in Returning as a 113 will
superintendent of Alachua County Tuesday May
we.-f The noted Minnesota sen: -particular), was Gibbs JunIor our last year's winner Miss performed by Rev. W. H. Happ, 5, at 8 at the home of Mr.
wiJIir.help But Alachua County voters were schools. But to this endorsement, we tor and Democratic majori Yi College's first commencement Claudia Evans, who wa s pastor of the St. Paul A.M.E. and Mrs. Charlie Ross
effectively blinded by propagandistic must attach a couple of observations whip was unable to acceptthe ] speaker (June 1959)) and is a judged as Gainesville's best Church at Valdosta, Ga. S.W. 5th Terrace, for ,,both 784 rehearsal -

was smokescreen, and they rejectedthe : citation in person becauseof frequent visitor to the Florida dressed lady of 1963. They reside at 415 Ashley : and a business meeting.

more appointive system last November.The his pressing duties as civil College campus. (Photo by L. St., Valdosta, Ga. -
rights bill floor in the L. Ballard. PRESENTS PLAY
Talbot's !intrusion of himself CLUB NOTICEThe
Intri- (1)
result is today's "political nation's capital. NOTE OF SYMPATHY
BaED The Senior Class of Lincoln
gue, headline hunting and popularity into the appointive superintendencydebate Keynoter for the Award s LINCOLN HIGHRECEIVES High School presents its Senior The pastor membership and Majestic Club will meetat

contests." five months ago helped cloud Night program was Dr. Oscar RATINGDr. Class play "Mystery, Mayhemand also friends of ,the Mt. Carmel the home of Mrs. Dorothy L.

pasted the issue with personalities and denied Handlin, director the Center for S. Randolph Edmonds, Murder" on Tuesday May Baptist Church with Rev. T. A. Aldus of 1601 S.E. 13th St, on

to voters a chance to consider the the Study of the History of Liberty head of the Florida A&M Uri. 5, at 8 p.m. in the Lincoln High Wright extend their deepest Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Mrs.

oft} the proposal its merits. at Harvard University. Using ; versity Department of Speech School auditorium. The play is sympathy to Mrs. Rosa Williams! Mrs. Dorothy Akins, reporter.TO .
Under the appointive system,
pearepram the theme, "The Price School Board could screen hundredsof Prejudice," the noted Wu lists of ratings awarded duringthe 35 cents students, and 50 cents Petronella Wimberly of Blich- PRESENTPROGR !

club.as qualified executives. Instead, we (2) Talbot who has a penchantfor throp History professor di -; Fifteenth Annual Flo rid a adults. ton, several days ago. The Sunland Training Center J

to have the choice of two powerseekers handling the microphone during dared: I Interscholastic[ Speech and Mrs. Wimberly was the sisterof Employees' Chorus will rendera

to co out to prove who has the wealth. sporting events at GHS, will haveto "Prejudice has its roots deep. Drama Association at Tallahaj QUEEN FIVE POINT TEA Mrs. Emily E. Wright, of Mi- program at the Hope well

da B iest cronies, who has the loudest shed the coach image he has cultivated ly inbedded in economics, the.' see, Play Festival held in There will be a Queen Five ami. Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, reporter -Baptist Church with Rev. W:J.
fear of This is adverse
wasdest\ competition. Charles Winter Wood Theatre Point Tea, sponsored by the ; Rev. T. A. Wright, p.m. in behalf of the Home
of innuendo. if he takes over as superintendent pas.
the master
voice, who is to the ideals of our Am. Rating of "Excellent" for Parsonage Committee of the tor. Mission.

cost-J None of this has much to do with Voters like to be assured erican heritage. Our Constitu. play production went to Lincoln Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church, -

by fl which one can best run a school'sys they have elected a full-time educator tion guarantees that the right of High School, Gainesville 0. W. on the church's lawn Sunday, MEETING PLANNEDThe ALACHUA NEWS
two j and administrator not the individual will not be abrid. Nealy principal, for "An Over. until.
tem. someone May 17, at 4:30: pjn. Frances Robinson Club of P.T.A. Meeting
because he member "
who gives too freely of his time to ged is a praised Season directed by This promises to be an unusual Mt. Carmel Baptist Church will The Parent Teacher Association .
It further
a minority. assures : Nathaniel Clark. held in
O When it comes to endorsing a candidate the athletic field. us that qualifications and event. .The first meet with Mrs. Esther W., of A. L. Mebane High
Gainesville.The Hamm, of 233 N.W. 7th Place,, School will hold its'final
under such circumstances, our that alone should and must determine <-A LANDMARKBible members and friends are meet-
Monday at 8 p.m. Rev. T. A. lug for the school term on
IsED enthusiasm lags. But we prefer to So we want you as school superintendent who fills what pos Thought "I clearly; invited. Mrs. Ennie Thomas,
Mrs. Esther
Wright, pastor; W. Monday at 8 at the school.
tions. I p.m.
speak our convictions weak as Tiny Talbot. And here is see... that God make no dis. chairman; Rev. W. M. Ferguson Hamm, reporter.ENGAGEMENT .
During the meet there
Others cited for o u tstandin n g,
tions tInctions between and
they are-than to drift into limbo. our bouquet-slightly wilted. achievement in human relation one man : pastor. will be the election of officers.
ial s another; but that in every nation -i
ing C were New York State Senator those who fear Him and CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. ANNOUNCEDMrs. Special Notice

City. Two for the School Board Constance Baker Motley NAACP -live good lives are acceptable I Olive A.M.E. Sunday Marga ri e Evans announces All members of the Queen Es-

WbpIe : associate counsel; Dr. Robert to Him." (Acts 103435.: Wey. School, 9:30 a.m.; morning services -: the engagement and ther Court, Heroines of Jerico

Hayling, St. Augustine dentist mouth.) Love Feast, 11 a.m.; approaching marriage of her No. 217, are asked to meet at

their Williams and Joiner and leader of the integration A.C.E. League, 6 p.m.; and daughter, Miss Claudia Evans, the regular meeting place at ,
suffii. p movement in that city; MEETING SET evening services communion, 7 to John H. Harmon Jr., son of Alachua, Tuesday May 5, .at 8
or dj Dr. John W. Davis, New York! "We Do Our Part Club" of The state rally has be- Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harmon !
for Mr. p.m.
world in We have harsh p.m.Mrs. I
the whole no
dilapcityt "He got NAACP teacher information and the Shady Grove Primitive Baptist gun. Each member is asked to Sr., of Daytona Beach. Jessie Jones, delegate I

he hands. ." Zimmerman a local businessmanwith security !director; Rutledge H. Church will hold its meeting represent a state and report $50 Miss Evans was graduated will give a report from I,be

WI grown sons who are products of Pearson Jacksonville, NAACP at the home of Mrs. Ethel Blake, by the fourth Sunday in June. from Campbell High School and Grand Lodge. _

hun4pr0p4 These words of a currently pop school state president, and the Rev. May 17, at 3 p.m. Rev.[ E. D. Arnold, pastor; Mrs. attended Bethune Cookman Col- The dues are to be paid in! ,
the Alachua County system. Father Theodore Gibson, Miami H. C. Young, reporter. full.

awa; ular ballad come to us in these pre His record shows him to be civic- Episcopal minister and : REV. E ROLLINS SPEAKS lege.Mr.. Harmon was graduated -

way reminder that iI rights leader.In elv.l The Rev. E. Rollins of Jack. DR. JAMES A. ESPYDr. I
election days with the minded a fine citizen, and an assetto from Campbell High School JONESVILLE NEWS
. i tiou: another move the onville will be the principal James A. Espy, dean of and also Florida A & M Un- Notice ,
the the ballad's "whole wide world. is the community.But voted to accept the integrationterms .......".. "ring the morning instruction at Edward Waters Iversity. He is teaching at Central The Jonesville Dodgers will i

decajHo,' merely a "itty biddy baby." of the Florida Educatioi. worship at 11 a.m. at the Mt. College, Jacksonville was Academy High School in play the Trojans from Valdosta,

his opponent Willard Williams Association but not lose its identity '/_.-n-imilive Baptist Church awarded the meritorious Palatka. Ga., today at 2:30: p.m. at Jones.
far -as a distinct autonomousgroup. : with Rev. H. Kinsey pastor,, !achievement i tat i on for his
is that c Plans have been made for
basic a rille.
The song's message
B't also has such a record. He has The FEA also meetinghere field of education -
j mair is the "whole wide world." voted to delete the word today. :'contribution in June 6 wedding at the home of: The fans are invited Ladis
% youth children in the school system. he is The public is invited to hear from the Florida A&M "
hasjItwo 'Tis true. Most of us adults "white" from its constitution dm. the bride to-be. Ross; owner.
very University recently. A 1920 graduate .
active in youth and church work and
i force which paved the for the I
spend the most fruitful years of our way of Florida A&M with the '
future for the little his three-year service on the School merger. I OBSERVANCE OF !B. S. degree from the Univer-
I pIe b lives projecting a Board indicates his interest in Alach.. "We are strongly in favor of FAMILY WEEK I;sity of Minnesota in 1945, and IJ
around the house. @bttttartJAMES 5
I trafHlike ones integration with the FEA bu Family Week will be observed -;the Ph. D. degree from the t
ua County schools. not at the cost of the disintegration -: at the Mt. Carmel Baptist same university in 1963. He has ,

| TIi) But a goodly portion of our of the FSTA," stated AlvieA. < Church from May 4 to May 10,, i served as principal of Lincoln

F itselClems children's lives is not spent at home. We like several things about Mr. Benton, president of the oranization. from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. The schedule -!Park Academy, Ft. Pierce; WEST Gainesville for 11 years and

They are in school. Impressionableyouth Williams. First we prefer his better- "In this our 75th of subjects that will be discussed -Booker T. Washington High, Miami was a. member of the Masonic
fj j sible anniversary year we are on "The'hurch Funeral services for James
is and
: Monday ; Euclid High, Deland, family here. Duncan Brothers
s sible is molded indelibly by the rounded concept of education as con the threshold of achievementsfor and Family" speaker, Pensacola West will be held at the Old
Washington High, were in charge of local arrange
{ doing hands of teachers.All trasted to his opponent's tendencyto which many in the profession -I. H. Caffey, assistant principalat and was Florida Project director Shiloh Baptist Church in Ala- ments.

overstress job training. have dedicated their lives, Lincoln High School; Tuesday of a U. S. Office of Education -chua today at 2 p.m. with ..RevG.
For FSTA to lose its identity W. Haile: officiating. Interment ALICE JONES
"The Physical
good reason, we think, to turn Family's Study on guidance in high
PI attention to members of the Alachua Looking back we also like Wil now would be a gross betrayalof Health," speaker, Miss Maxey, schooL He has also served as will follow in the New- Final rites for Mrs. Alice
trust to them. nansville
., III County School Board, who establishthe lard Williams' experience as a School "My term of office will be nurse eats ;Always Wednesday Right, "Are?" Panel Par- instructor education and at visiting the University professorof of Duncan Cemetery.Brothers Morticiansare Jones of Waldo will be held

policies which shape our children. Board member during the last three dedicated to the twin goals of Samuel Taylor Mrs. D. Duval--Minnesota.He in charge. this afternoon at 2 p.m. from
the Mt. Carmel Methodist
KiCA Two School Board seats are to be filled years. developing a closer relationshipwith Williams, Lavon Wright Mrs. has been a commencement BOOKER MOSES Church at Waldo instead of

i'' in the primary May 5. FEA and building a strong Wilma Hamilton, Sandra Wil- speaker at the local Lincoln Freecannon Methodist Church
] er FSTA. Attaining these goals lams and James Hayes, Jr., High School.ROdHELLE. Funeral services for BookerT.
We recall several instances during stated in
H| Mich;f will mean the strengthening of Both Lincoln Junior High and Moses, of the Copeland settlement as was Friday's pa
formeiner < Let's examine the races individu. which he worked conscientiously to both organizations which will: Bartley Temple Junior Choirs NEWS will be held at the per. The Rev. Robert Dell will

ally. overcome petty sectional jealousies, permit us to, put into effect a will furnish music on this occasion Women's Day leasant Hill C.M.E. Church in officiate.

distri helping to bring out decisions fair to stronger and better educational ; Thursday, "Marriage and Women's Day will be.observed Concord, Ga. today at 3:30: p.m. Interment will be made In

charg,: DISTRICT THREE. Jasper N. all the schools in the county. Becausehe program for all students, teachers Divorce) ," speaker, Rev. W. M. at the Third Bethel Baptist Interment will follow. in the the Waldo Cemetery under the
Presi< and administrative person Ferguson, pastor of Mt. Pleasant Church with Rev. James Cato, family plot there. Direction of White and Dorsey
Lassiter Mason. did schoolor
not "
is by "represent" one
Joiner opposed any
: nel.
Juc Friday Home.
Methodist Church; and astor, today. Mrs. Moses had resided in Funeral
sched I Mr. Mason's candidacy is a farce. section, but rather the whole Speaking in the same vein, "The Family Social Life,"

for \1 His appearances at political rallies county school system, he was called Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, FSTA executive speaker, Dr., William Carter, POTOMAC FEVERBy

I alty i 1 are spasmotic and unfruitful. Of all on more than once to mediate fact. secretary, said as longas teacher at the University of:
$1,000 there is a single county in Florida.
he is the ional between the urban
local candidates only one disputes
Crzthrea:J the state practicing discrimina Jack Wilson ,Cowles Washington Bureau
I who did not answer questions pre- school interests of Gainesville and Lion in their school system, the LACROSSE NEWSTo

I in a :I pared by the Gainesville League of the rural interests of the county. total abolishment of the FST Conduct A Joint Service Republicans are worried because LBJ picked up his beagle by its ears.'

I Women Voters. His candidacy is to- will not serve the best interestsof The St. Paul Baptist Church An elephant has" even bigger ears than a beagle.

MarcThc election would be And recall also that it at education in the state. will conduct a joint service at -- %
: ken; his mockery.But we was of Kent has daughter. Exhaustive tests prove that the
On the state level, FSTA delegates -the Spring Hill Baptist Churchat The Duchess a new
_t sayin"I his insistence and prodding that a elected Mrs. Marion W. Gainesville on May 5. Kent baby is no worse than any other well known baby.

even if stiff opposition were timid school board turned into a tiger Shannon, former recording secretary -

at A I I available we certainly would endorse and started action to rid the coun- as president-elect, and PLANS GUEST TEA TV industry news: Whenever Barry Goldwater gets ready to start a 'new

Johnsnedy; Jasper Joiner. As a University oft ty of a tax assessor whose policies Mrs. Christine Knowles, Talla. There will be a Guest Teat show he will be given prime time-7 to 6:30.

he is familiar with threatened to wreck the lassee, recording secretary aspresidentelect the home of Mrs. Bessie M. --
Florida professor, trade. If
to foreign
wants ambassadors abroad encourage
Dean Rusk our
and 1 and Mrs. Christine Johnson today at 3 p.m. in be-
t theSIt. E educational processes. He has three system. Knowles Tallahassee, recording -. ball of the First Baptist Church somebody is going to splash paint on our embassies, let's at least sell them

I ." children in three different local secretary. Mrs. Shannon -. with Rev. W. A. Miles, pastor. the paint.

( Cn c schools, and he has served as PTA These are our reasons for endors- a long time FSTA official The public is invited. --
I City, president at Sidney Lanier. AndJoiner's ing two School Board candidates in is the third woman to be elect. The senate rules committee says it needs more time to write its report on
., tody ed to this coveted post The RECEIVES DEGREE Bobby Baker. It's the familiar problem. of the rookie cop explaininZ'why he
J statements indicate he has upcoming May primary. The
on U two previous female presidents Florida A&M University at tagged the mayor's car.
Franlaboul lent thought to the problems of "itty bitty baby" will be safe in the were Mrs. Irene Straughter and Tallahassee presented degrees --

t Alachua County's educational sys- hands of: the late Dr. Mary McLeod Be- Saturday, April 18, to 404 members Russia says the Red Chinese government is illegal and a failure it hasn't

mont j tem. thune. Both the president-elec! of the class of 1963-64.,Of had an election in years, and it can't even raise enough food to feed its own

hari Willard WilliamsDistrict and Mrs. Straughter are Magic this number 158 138 undergraduates people.
Th City residents.The and 20 graduate .students --
merY.life :t DISTRICT TWO. Incumbent Two ,FSTA'S strongest unit, were graduated at the Rockefeller says Goldwater won't do. Too unreliable. What you want Is a

!t t'l'he1.n 'Villard'Williams is opposed by Jack." 'l the Department of Classr o o m end of the first trimester. December steady, consistent candidate who proves" it by consistently' -run. 1InZ'. '',last '
::3 Zimmerman. Jasper Joiner -Diitict Three Teachers, named Mrs. I r m a 20, 1963. Qualifying for twice in the same day"I **
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Sunday May 3, 1954' Gainesville Sun 5A

The People Speak as Election Nears 1:1 1 : ELECTrtAcuurnnn :* I fv ,

uiri/c i
ft/j-wiiTf ..' n-' J5.i..l isis' i
vyis .
Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters -
CAA No Product Of OIl'S'EDITOR 'at all formaking any" .' '
t -J 1
Must bt signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should Tllrling ,
I "'!t exceed fOO' words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The judgment one way or the' (
Soan reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without" changing the writer's meaning or Sun:, I have been I say he could not have accomplished other on this' point. But I do I; COUNTY COMMISSIONER \iJ..s ;;
intent. want to make l it clear that i ,
reading the political
all of this even if Take the "ME TOO" out of your }
Ralph Turlington's opponentwith what he says is not factually '

I Talbot Didn't 'Kill' PTA Protests mixed emotions. On the he had so desired. No one correct in respect to 'the Civgovernment': PROGRESSIVE, instead of a habltic ,

man could.It Action Association. i,
one hand I rather admire his Pd. Adv. :

EDITOR, Sun: Let's finish students first and foremost, 'Gang' PlatformEDITOR creative imagination. Every is this thought which FRED HARTMANN I

putting the record straight help the teachers and to as- significant recent political leads to my mixed emotions.
about the PTA in Alachua sist parents with their prob- Sun: At the polit- "whipping boy" has been link-
While I admire the
County schools.I lems in any way humanly pos- ical rallies I have attendedover ed to every other in his ser- creativityof

'had the honor and privi- sible. the county, the incum- ies in a conspiracy theory of this series of ads I am disturbed BURNS IS BEST ,

ledge of serving 10 active Statements made during this bent county commissioners repeatedly local politics dominated by a by this last example in I _

years"in the PTA of Alachua campaign in regard to Mr. introduce themselvesto "Mr. Big." Those who opposed what seems to me an I

from Talbot killing or helping to the voters as a "harmon- annexation, those who believe -
County a minor increased trend in G a i nesj j
member of a committee to kill PTA at GHS are false ious team" of county commissioners in appointive school ville politics to use FOR FLORIDA'SINDUSTRIAL
a local PTA president,. (Buch- and erroneous. We parentsand of Alachua Coun superintendents, those who ments which appeal presuma- !

holz Jr. H. S.) and finally to members of PTA who attended ty.I'm opposed the CAA "minoritybloc" bly to the unthinking voter wi"
i ior.
the fatal meeting know at a loss to under etc., are all encouraged -
that of president of the Ala- ( at the least, the
chua County Council of PTAs. this to be true and also know stand the necessity of running by this linkage to believe very
uninformed voter). Charges ,
During this time I found all that interest in PTA at both as a team, since team that it is the result of one are made and repeated of ? f
the high and senior running has proved not too man's manipulation.While :
the teachers, principals, and junior "minority blocs" and "con t 4, I Iv
popular with voters in Gaines- ;
staff members always more high school level is extremely I have great respectfor spiracies". Many of these are.
hard to obtain. Many PTAs ville. It appears to me that
than willing to do their shareof Ralph Turlington's abilityI illogical at face value. (For ,
help, work, time and money throughout the country at the this might be a way to cam- hope he will not mind if example, how could a minor : I
to further the cause of junior and senior high school ouflage individual records.It .
ity bloc elect when it takes a
PTA in all the schools. levels are now dormant or my thinking that each .e
invididual should majority to win?) It is not a :
During ,my term ,as president non-existent. This is not theschools' his stand on Affirms Judge'sudeiieSs flattering estimate of the

.of{'.the..Alachua_ County principals' or teach- .own record-not as a good sense of voters which s

Council, ,it.was the Council's ers' fault but we as parents gang.I PEDITOR these kinds of ads reveal I .h
priviledge to hold the District know it is our fault, and feel that election being
PTA Convention at the GHS. there are many valid reasons only a few days away, it is Since I have information

Mr Talbot, his staff, teach- for this fault. So, for the rec- now time for each commis- Sun: It was very which bears directly on the as- Hoydon Bums believes the state's
sioner to from nice of Gertrude Block to principal responsibility i toward
ers and"l lunch room personnelwere ord: Mr. Talbot has worked separate sertions of Ralph Turlington's industrial
most helpful courteousand with and for PTA, not against. team and stand squarely on write a letter for Mr. McDon- opponent, I think it necessaryto .development lies in its creation: of

kind i in .making the district CHARLES R. COUCH, JR. his individual record (if he ald, present county judge clarify one point. I am _a financial approach to Florida's
Past President Alachua has made one), and let the but it just "tain't so." I am founding member of the CAA problems to eliminate tax uncertainties and give Florida a
meeting a great suc sound
voters of Alachua de- of the revenue system which will not send the Legislators scurryirg to
cess. County Council of PTA; County one many many pea and have a fairly extens i v e I
Furthermore; in my workAt Council of PTA; cide individually who they ple who have been insulted, knowledge of its subsequent to Tallahassee finance every two years to find and levy new taxes in a frantic effort
want to serve them in this embarrassed unnerved and demands of its growing population.
the county council level Past President Buchholz activities. I think these acti-

wefound Mr. Talbot eager, Junior High School PTA: important job of handling shocked by the behavior of vities have in important

willing and always anxious to Past member Kirby Smith their business for the next this public servant.I respects assisted the progressof

help the' of PTA. He PTA; four years. our community. But at no
Cause Business and desire
for industry than
woudln't vote my own more anything else tax stcbil'zation : -
Let's break the Court
was always' ready to do Member, Howard Bishop up time has Ralph Turlingt 0 n and if Florida could offer
like this
House of father if he acted to industry an opportunity to come. to
I more than his share to helpR Junior High School PTA. gang county com- been involved in the shapingor Florida and find
of- not ideal
missioners and once again man does in this important only an natural climate but a desirable business

u have five men who are will fice. I have asked people who directing of CAA's activi- climate at the same time, we could look forward to great industrial
ties in form. .
I Barge. Canal Progress Reportbecause ing and able to stand on have to deal with him or any growth.

their own two feet and rep- work with him, and they all I am not implying by whatI

EDITOR, Sun: Within thepas an Important cost resent all the people of Ala reply that he is this way with say any questioning of the

month' an officer assigned item is the interest on con- chua County. nearly everyone. Those who sincerity of Ralph Turl i n g-
Jacksonville officeof struction funds the don't really dislike him say ton's I have baWILLIAM The lessons of industrial development have been well learned: by
to the during There is no place for a rub- opponent. no -
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Haydon Burns the tremendous and of Jackson-
u : in growth development
the Corps.of Engineers appeared construction period, before ber stamp in our county he is just hard to understa n d
on a round table program the project can become oper- government! and just talks grumpy and is ville where he has served as Mayor for 15 years.: Florida's continued

sponsored by a service ational. Since the original es- The continuous growth of short on manners. This office industrial development would be assured under the aggressive and dynamic -

club In response to a queryas timated time of constructionwas this great county is too important does not need such a personas SAMPLESFORMERLY leadership of on experienced Burns.

to how long it would taketo six to seven years, this to be strapped with an this and it is far past time

complete the Cross Flori- interest cost has been approximately administration of this type. that he be removed.MRS. AT

da Barge Canal, his answer doubled.It JIM ARNETT H. W. 110 S. MAIN ST.
was 11 to 12 years This alone will be recalled that in
destroys the validity of the addition to $143.5 millions of BARBER SHOP VOTE FOR FLii
Talbol, Fine Administrator t'SHAYDON
cost-to-benefit ratio estimatedby Federal Funds required to > IS NOW AT BURNS

the Corps of Engineerstwo construct this 19th Century !
EDITOR, Sun: A greatdeal run with a minimum of fric- GOVERNOR
years earlier. This is true mode of transportation, the
citizens of Florida must sup- has been said during the tion. His actions promote N.W. 13th ST. Pd. Adv.

ply $12.4 millions of state past number of weeks on the harmony and understand ing; AND 3rd AVE.
OrdinanceIs relative merits of the two
money and assume an esti- his efforts readily conciliate j, .
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A Start mated operating cost candidates for County Super- opposing and divergent fac- .

of $643,000 per annum. One intendent of Education. It tions; and his drive inspires r: '''1$4 !iC -- ,,

EDITOR, Sun: Congratulations of the big costs to the stateis should be clear, except possi-. respect. He is, in short, an ut ( -,' v
excellent editor- the acquisition of land for bly to the most obviously partisan able and intelligent admin- }f\- <
on your
the right of The fiscal and to the most bitterly istrator-flexible and under- o } "
ial supporting the H o u sing ANN U A L tr
Ordinance before the procedures employed to dateto recalcitrant, that llr.ViI. standing, deeply concernedwith if'
now ne u i I
e n
liam S. Talbot is the best
supply funds for land standards and
Commission. high ,,
City Who, knows how many peo- acquisition can at best be qualified by a good bit. scholarship, but still aware ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY-* / i.r:\ a !,\.o)' i

ple have: been injured or lost called unorthodox. A coupleof But there is an aspect of of the problems confrontingthose ..O'. p,,- i. 0'.0 t 9 "'p;

their .lives because of fire, months ago one of the gu- Mr. Talbot's experience which with other interests. : ;: 20 t
bernatorial candidates an- has not been made clear. He Mr. Talbot is most assuredly \
other hazardsor
suffocation or
nounced that he had received is, to put it simply, a superb -
the candidate.
in substandard superior V
disease j
houses in this information that it was plan- administrator. He pos- B i (
dilapidated ned to dip into the Outdoor ses that ill-definable qualityof ARTHUR W. THOMPSON, !| rnuiillerp s % rnivaI

: city7 Who knows how many Recreational Fund for this being able to make things Professor, not Condidate I I >

hundred thousand dollars in purpose. There were immed-
iate and vociferous \ 4f ), ,. \ o '"
protests #
have trickled Needed Limits :I" Progress c .J
property values or tlE J 011 c S :"trN'E _
from Tallahassee that theydidn't v :THE ARKLING c 't ,
because there :
was no YEAR'S\MctY ,. "
'k iff 'V.A .4
R way for the city or conscien- either have any such EDITOR, Sun: With regardto any project that can bring I ,j :4 r'I.p" '" x'l-e "Jl' !f/ /I lJ 'A.V"41b
intention.Let .. 0 .. /1"1
-lii .
tious property owners to stop me quote from a let- the comments of "Dis- increased rate of money ex- !' 0" M.. "0 _._ v- t.-t',. it J l./\.v .
the spread of neighborhood gruntled" on the air we change. This definition of progress ; -.* r ..r.v P.r t.J &:ft.
i I
ter dated March 30, 1964, to ,
decay? breathe I offer my answersto is the result of man's
a citizen of Florida purportedly .
However many, it has been signed by the attorney gen- his questions in their orderof emancipation from direct individual : FOR EVERY /-. -
far too -
many.You asking: dependence on the
: eral:
put your finger on the .
main point;. The Ordinancehas "In response to paragraph 1. There must be no city the best LADYWHO
is of necessity : '
2 of letter, in which .
to be enforcable and enforced your you ordinance to eliminate this !i! < a-
that the definition of progress today, .
expressed concern .
will be ignored.It ,
or it nuisance, for otherwise the '
state is preparing to shift i since it means employment :: .
would be'like asking authorities to avoid YOUNG
peo- funds allotted to the Outdoor prosecution for people. Who can do other- j' -:.x.., .
ple to'pay their taxes or obey for dereliction of duty, I
Recreation funds to the wise at the moment than ac- !]
trafficlaws.f only if they felt would have i
m m e diately
i I Cross Florida Barge Canal cept, those of the expanding ATHEART'!'
like it. :
clamped down when the city ., w.
TI e' Housing Ordinance by program, I can assure you population who seek a livingin
that such is not the case. expanded a while ago. Florida? It would
appearto ,
j itself will not solve all problems ,
An expenditure of Outdoor be to seek out all I ?, '! <" & A ra THESE DRESSES -
but it will make it pos- 2. There are indeed meth- a duty Lyf .
the and Recreation funds for the pur- ods for eliminatingthis possible means to guaranteeall $
sible for city responsible completely i vV/ ARE LOVELY 1
chase of lands be iI .
citizens to get started to acquiredfor specific nuisance. One the proper standard of liv- I f = .

doing something about them. recreation or w3ter tor- need travel no farther than ing.If e< i i$) MANY STYLES

R. H. HIERS: age purposes. which incidentally in so doing we must sac- \
: happen to be suitable for Jacksonville to observe an < MANY COLORS
'I rifice
all the beauties, pleas- _i > 14.
barge is neither
navigation identical operation from ures and ultimately the via-
Pleads morally or legally which not I MANY +t:
Guilty wrong. by city ruling a bilities of nature, so be it. -
r The context of the omitted wiff of is
permitted -
Threat To pungence Man is a valid part of nature FABRICS
f In portions of the above para to escape.
graph does not change the just as is any living species. G r't '
r I'I Kill Johnson full meaning of this paragraphin 3. It is clear from 2 and 3 That wihch is wrought by man t.

any way. Perhaps, as he above that something can be is natural, just as are the con- I
A1) )- says, such use of these funds done about this nuisance.But sequences thereof.To .

) Michael Mayghn Cramer, .29, a.' are neither morally! or legally avoid this lengthy sui-

j former New: Jersey title i .exam: wrong, but the ethical as- are we sure that any- cide it is time to realize that

II iner, pleaded'guilty in federal,'I pects of the action are surely thing should be done to upset for every process which con- I s

district court Friday to a t! worthy of a raised eye- the apple cart of progress? sumes materials of the environment 4

charge of threatening to kill 1i:i brow. The modern definition of progress for man's benefit \ y -

I President ,Johnson I In spite of the warning of. as applied to the local there must be the companion '

Judge Bruce R. Thompson, the Tampa Tribune and the scene is the advancement of., service technology that : .... '

I scheduled framers sentencingfor League for Women Voters guarantees the return in full i

May lS The maximum penalty ;I that the Outdoor Recreation r measure all that has been

.is five, years in prison and i Amendment, as written, could I Seieiitists Bolt taken and used. Contamination -
fine.Cramer I be manipulated in such : ;
$1,000 a manner I control is one of these } 1
was charged with as to subvert the intent BELGRADE (AP-A) leading: "; .1
companion technologies. I ;:
threatening the President's life of those who voted to support Yugoslav scholar says a num- { 1 i ;, ; ,. -
I You know -
the old
in a letter mailed from Reno''it, I have to :admit that I ''ber of scientists have left thhcountry .. adage :, .I- ;Y ., i ,
about of J \ /
an ounce prevention. ,
l March 12 to FBI Director J. was gulled into supporting it II |( and gone abroad chiefly '

Edgar Hoover. publicly. I lived in New ,, to America seeking better Well, an ounce is all that is : : ,

The FBI quoted the letter assaying York City during Jimmy i needed for Gainesville right r I.idi ,<. ':". ;' .1
'Day and working conditions. \ P\ \ / ,
f-- .
; Do that ,
: Walker's' hey-day and I am now you suppose we t< p.. ( r-S. Lw

"I warn you. For in August 1, sorry to say that I've seen Dr. Sinisa Stankovic. internationally dare attach such strings to *,l ; : .. ; c

at Atlantic City, Lyndon B. a new low in cynicism with I known university professor the enticements being offered .. ,' -

Johnson will be following Kennedy j respect to the taxpayer by i of biology and a prominent .t in the hopes of industrializing : T'": :; t : ,

to the grave. I'll kill him 1 people who are at this particular i I Communist made the comment Florida? 1 .
t and there ain't a thing lou or'i! time running all over in an article Friday in th<<: 1' OPTIMIST '. -,
the Secret Service can do aboul t t j the state loudly proclaiming Belgrade Daily Politika. MicanopyCOURTEOUS i I \
I it." i they are "public servants." ':.
Cramer, formerly of Atlantic F. W. HODGE SUMMER FASHION. NATURAL. .','. 1M: .
City, N.J., was taken into custody ,I -- -; i<; SUMMER'S FAVORITE SHIRTWAISTS.
the U.S. Secret Serviceon ,
the by threat charge in San I Nik ai ResortMOSCOW f,. :'! !;::. IN SOFT TEXTURED DACRON!

Francisco a week ago. He was : -' HARRY EVANS Will Treat I For fashion's prettiest season -,<. chooses *cocl'" The season's leading fashion fabric, textured Dac-

about to start serving a six-" (AP" Premier t".f' i You With Courtesy I. sheer summer style in softest 'pima chlf fen!"Expensive ron& polyester, styled here in two very feminine

month jail term on a petty theft, Khrushchev and Algerian President l ..- At All Times detailing with full. skirt styling! Each in shirtwaist designs! Soft, lovely prints! So care-free

tharge. Ahmed Ben Bella flew to- Yore For softest pastels! and"such a pleasing pleasure to wear! Sizes 8

The Secret Service said Cra, gether to the Crimea on the fJ: tori 8!. '

I mer threatened the President'slife i Black Sea Saturday. i HARRY EVANS < "
Hoover.I The government news I : i : > t. Priced for this event 98 '
in other letters to agency 698 ; '.,-v ...
At Penney I low Carnival, price 12
I They were mailed from New Or-, Tass announced the departure, at only

f r leans, San Francisco and Phila, but did not say how long they Superintendent of Schools at only each

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6A GaintivlIU Sun Sunday, May 3. 1964 .

(I\ J\ Profs Quiz Candidates On Higher: Education Views* *** i \\1 1I

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n; I By BECKY QUINN ment to establish a nine-man All of the candidates said they the country. months behind the time they are tem. I

r t Florida's gubernatorial can- Board of Regents for nine-year favor freeing the Board of Regents issued elsewhere.The "This acceleration does notallow
| | JL;,, didates and candidates for at-! Replies to 12 QuestionsTo staggered terms. This was in response to theAAUP's I sufficient time for ade:
Democratic to issue contracts at the claim that review of candidates were in .unanimous I, research in basic subject ;I
torney general have taken a test Opposed are Burns, quate
M ZH, on the state's needs for higher candidate Bud Dickenson, same time they are issued in contracts by the budget director agreement of studying alternatives -[which, in my judgment, are sq :f
education administered Be Posted at Pollsthrough and Republican candidate other universities throughout often throws contracts six to the trimester sys- necessary," said Foster. .. '1

by university professors. Charles Holley.
13- Their grades will be posted Burns said he saw dangers in

= next Tuesday, at the polls. administration and en.' sis on quality four year colleges the system, that in effect, the Talbot Records Not Revealed' I
= The results of a survey re- rollment problems, to student- but on expanded junior i amendment would remove an .
= leased by the Florida Conference teacher ratios and efficient university college programs. appointed board from the authority .'
of the American Associ3H government. All of the candidates said that of an elected official and
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I No evidence has been uncovered -uate School and the College of nel in the University. dent. Information in the red
ation of University Professors Democratic candidate Haydon they would recommend provid that it could become unrespon-
at the University of Florida Education, and no evidence has "Copies are sent to other institutions ords is not to be disclosed tq
I -y- AAUP) show the candidates'answers Burns attacked what he callsan ing more money for higher education -sive to the people.
concerning a charge by Wil- been uncovered of unau- and individuals at other individuals the
amendment any only or generaal
I the'
= to 12 questions "over emphasis on mass education if the need for it is Dickenson
been "watered down" liam S. (Tiny) Talbot that his thorized person having had access -the written request of the stu- public," Dr. ReUz'said.Cox ,
"invariab I candi- had
= by a committee of faculty which y shown, but Democratic I
academic records releasedto to these of University
were or -
IH members from the state univer- sacrifices" quality education. date Robert King High proposed -and needs thorough reviewing."I any
his in the school disclosed
= opponent employe having
"Artificial wash out rates in the would be more inclined to
= cities. only specific sourc.eHigh
I', I superintendent race, UF President -information student's Head Business I
the board concerning any to
I The responses are being cir our university programs are designed said he would ask for "a favor it, he said, "
J. Wayne Reitz said late, record, Dr. Reitz said.
: ZT cu'ated to the 1300 Florida to meet enrollment impacts -severance tax requiring t h o se had the authority to spend.money
members of the association.l' which can be very dam- special interests who do not pay without going through the "Should any information cometo [ Division of Cancer Drive I
,} = Covering what the Florida aging to the one-third of our any state taxes to pay their Budget Commission." Talbot called for the investi our attention which shows .........
I AAUP considers key issues in young students and families who fair share." The amendment, introducedby gation a f ter Dr. Harry Evans, that a staff member has violated
n.. =t higher education planning, the experience this failure," Burns Six of the gubernatorial can Democratic candidate Sen. his opponent, made statements University policy, appropriate Asa Cox has been named to'ciety .had recommended. : that a
= questions range from a specific didates and both candidates for John Matthews, is.on the ballot concerning Talbot's score in a action will be taken," he head the Business- and Industry statewide fund 11,160,000 will
f. -- commitment to the quality of said.Burns called for a "rn 0 r e attorney general said they favor for the November general elec- Graduation Record Examina added. Division of the American Cancer be needed in.the-next 12 monthsto

'f: Z2 higher. .. education desired, versatile program" with empha the constitutional amend tion. tion taken at the University."A Reitz said it Is a strict policyof Society's annual educationand carry .'Programs of re-
fund raising drive. search, education and patient
-- "" thorough investigation has the University that academic -
f -- tlli'o been made of the use of recordsin records are confidential and Cox is a Gainesville businessman service.Jn. the ligbLagainst can-

.I'f :::\. ..yi k .lewrY./"" ,c' the Registrar's Office, Grad- used only by authorized person- and a former Universityof cer jjr' N f
_' .:I _J- Florida athlete. Gainesville's share of this
-:; (.0 f' His appointment was an- goal is $15,000, Talbot said ,
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Where To VoteHere's nouced by William S. (Tiny)

-: ) 1tAerot..m', ALACHUA COUNTY Talbot, volunteer.AlachuaCoun** '. ; Money' Switch '
ty Crusade Chairman.
E;: ," k 20 PRECINCT I I MAP
Trick .Ml :IedLEXINGT
=< Jr where 26,267 Alachua County voters are invited! Tues- Cox stated that so far approximately 1
two-thirds .of the ,
N:?'I Ky. (AP) A
te.een -
WALDO City Hall, precinct 1. personnel necessary to canvas .
z ce urYl LACROSSE -Home Demonstration Club, precinct 2. .the Gainesville business areas man tried( to-pull* a money
: has been recruited. interested switch on a teller at a savingsand
I % ALACHUA-Community Center, precinct 3. Anyone
I irT KIRBY SMITH SCHOOL- Gainesville precinct 4. in assisting in this loan association and wound J
I: : I I J.J. FINLEY SCHOOL- Gainesville precinct 5. phase of the Cancer Crusade up )losing,$).. ? ? tHe I Ii

: .., NEWBERRY-Municipal Building, precinct 6. 'should contact liim at' 376-5291 hadedAiie'k1dridge i four 11
,t SIDNEY LANIER SCHOOL Gainesville precinct 7. or. 'at '376-6866.: $10 bills Friday in exchange for
precinct Sub-chairmen appointed to
3 two $20s. Then he switched a $1bilr
ISLAND GROVE Town Hall, Precinct 9.
assist CoX' 'amBobLoehr,
,I for a $20 ana-t tdld her she
-t I. MICANOPY- Community Center, precinct 10. motels and restaurants branch; had made a mistake.
ARCHER -Town Hall, precinct 11. Paul Johnson, garden stores;
I :: I STEPHEN FOSTER SCHOOL Gainesville precinct 12. Mrs. Dorothy Spray, beauty "No, I did not. You'll have to

: r- 12 29 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Gainesville pre- salons; Don Mason, banks and wait a minute so I can count j
'N -;', I 1 19 14 cinct 13.MELROSE. savings and loans associations r' my cash on'hand and prove it,"

= i i Home Demonstration Club, precinct 14. Chester McKinney, independent she replied.
ROCHELLE Old School Building, precinct 15.
Paul G. Mc-
garage owners;
The said he had to
\ GIRL SCOUT CABIN Gainesville precinct 16. man put
32 Kinley, building contractors,
.-.-.,. GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Gainesville precinct 17. and Alan Lederman, restau money in a parking meter and
t ARREDONDO Presbyterian Sunday School, precinct 18.
y 22 rants. disappeared, leaving his $1 behind -
Womens Club, precinct 19.
Talbot said the Cancer So- .
HIGH SPRINGS City Hall, precinct 20. ,
4 E:: 6 H HIGH SPRINGS -Health Clinic, precinct 21. ,. )'\
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-- CAMPVILLE Methodist Church
precinct 22. ELECTDASHWOOD
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= 28 30 1 P. K. YONGE SCHOOL- Gainesville precinct 23. 1 I

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.. 8 1 1e BUCHHOLZ SCHOOL- Gainesville precinct 25. ".

J = I LITTLEWOOD SCHOOL- Gainesville precinct 26. COUNTY COMMISSIONER t. ... ,\;
J'J't VOTING MACHINE WAREHOUSE Gainesville precinct The County BUYS Good Legal '
I 11. I, I vice we also need proven t
.. ,u.. 28.HOWARD I i
.. ) BISHOP SCHOOL Gainesville precinct 29. iness sense. g'1
t -- 1----------....svY court. G 10 LAKE FOREST SCHOOL Gainesville precinct 30. I, PUT DASHWOOD ON THE 1.

}; = I. I FLORIDA UNION Gainesville (University) precinct 31. I FOR PROGRESSIVE
-. ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH-Gamesville precinct 32.
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'II == levy Ii i I III Please Vote For

1' = L ROBT. A. "Buzzy'GREEN

II t =: 32 Alachua County Precincts I.J -

= With one brand new precinct, Alachua County will have 32 precincts reporting to Registration Supervisor -
( = Mrs. Bethea Tuesday after the polls close at 7 p.m. Shaded areas in this map prepared by staff JP.
' = artist Marcia Riley shows the nine precincts in Gainesville.
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;I\ J | Voting

rr Your Rights. Public Defender i

= From Page 1 .

J = All voters in changed precincts ALACHUA, BAKER, BRADFORD, GILCHRIST, LEVY jij ,
t I = were notified of the alI and UNION COUNTIES ((8th Judicial Circuit)

'I -=, terations These are by mail.the changes: Representative Ralph Turlington has THE ONLY CANDIDATE WITH DEFENDER EXPERIENCE

) } : = PRECINCTS 30 and 13 were a -dHB BBBMK K B ZEB
realigned with voters in Precinct taken away the Rights Of The Peopleof j Dear Friends:
=.. 30 at Lake
now voting
I have full
given time six
days week in
: per ,
Forest School and those in
I. i -: = cinct 13 voting at the Pre-I Alachua County by Scheming to set i FAMILY BACKGROUND: this high and important' work. I have attended
i session of the
: = Administration Building. every Court in each county where

I vious polling locations were the I Born in Gainesville lifelong resident of my services have been needed. The Court col-

.. =. School Administration Building himself up as "MR gQ"| His Ac- Alachua former Congressman and Bradford Lex Counties Green; and son the.of endar in each county insofar as my cases are
for precinct 30 and Ward's real
.. : of Gainesville concerned
former Lucile Harris ; mar- is current. In handling ,over 170
estate office for precinct 13. ried to the former Saundra Jones daughter -
PRECINCT 12 and 17 boundaries tions in this regard are as folows: of Tyler Jones of Starke; father of felony cases I have gained unusual experiencein
i f : = were changed to enlarge i iI. Kathy. 3'/ nd Melanie 2. Court and jury trials. I have protected' the

ii i =: ".. 17. A number of voters who I I. ANNEXATION (HEART OF PLAN) i rights and interests of each indigent defendantto
used to vote at Stephen Foster I GRADUATED FROM the best of
very ability. As to
my maturity,
: = School will now vote at Gainesville II. FORMATION & USE OF CAA AS VEHICLE i my
competence, experience and record I I' refer
'.: =- High School.PRECINCTS you
:.. 24 and 28 were III. CONTROL OF CITY GOVERNMENT BY CAA I degrees Bradford of County Bachelor High of School Arts and; received Bach- to the officers of the Court of the entire circuit.

-. changed to create a new pre IV. elor of Laws from University of flori- I stand upon my record of service. I appreciatethis

: =.. cinct, precinct 32, that will vote REAPPORTIONMENT & GREATER CONTROLV. i ii da. Member of Florida Bar }important-off! ice-and.. shall continue ,give

-: at St. Michael's I Episcopal ATTEMPT TO STRIP RIGHT TO VOTE ON i it my full time and all f have." THERE IS NO
= Church until Myra Terwilliger
School is built and will be the

: :,... permanent polling place. EXPANDING CITY COMMISSION HOLD j Baptist Church; Masonic Lodge Loyal 'a full term :by, voting for, me on May 5th.
: Minor hanges were also I Order of Moose; Rotary Club; Jaycees; I will continue to serve the Gainesville area
: made in precincts three and six VII. THE SLUSH FUND i Chamber of Commerce; Kappa Sigma from office located in Alachua County: Court-
Law Frat. U of
.. .. but only approximately three ,! Frat.; Delta Theta Phi ; -
\ F. Alumni Assoc.; Fla. Bar Assoc.; 8th house. ... .
I = families were affected. Jud. Or. Bar Assoc.; American Bar As-
Voters who are in doubt as to soc.; Fla. Public Defender Assoc.; Nat. Sincerely, your friend,

: ::;:. where they vote should contact PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS! Chi Legal pt.Aid of the and Fla.Defender Council Assoc.on ;Crime N. Fla.& ,' eO..,.f t., .'

::: the registration office at the Delinquency. ,. :: i. '.jj! ;;
w courthouse. Polls open at '7a.m. '. :! ;1&,." 1%, f tt ;! 4f ; .
::: and close at 7 p.m. t 1 ELECTRICHARD : .:.; ., ..;' : '

; I :: Princess'
., J. Your present Public Defender main- ;
Finei tains offices in the Courthouse m Gainesville VOTE GREEN
= :
and in Starke for best service t:'
-Y entire circuit. He has as your Public
I -. LONDON (AP) Princess Defender efefctivel/ handles over 170
Margaret and her newborn criminal' I cases since the office was created -
WILSONSTATE July 1963. His record is open to
y : daughter were reported doing ; you.' Has gained most valuable experienceall ON MAY 5TH
well at Kensington Palace to- necessary in this important office. He
,, : ;i knows the duties and responsibilities of Qualified Worthy Energetic .
: day.The ; the office and has been commended by
Industrious Honest
baby, born Friday, Is i th* Governor for his service. THERE IS -
I ... : seventh In line of succession to REPRESENTATIVE NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE. Your VOTE ,and SUPPORT Will *Appreciated
r s the throne of Britain. She will I
:, be known as Lady (Christian PULL LEVER 16-A PULL LEVER 13r A i it
I "' name not yet given) Arm-
Jones. She Pd. Adv.
strong weighed Pd. Adv.
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.. Hands Off Sea Turtles 1 t!" r "'I' ." ?,, :_ ..- "

For Next Four Months .

JACKSONVILLE (AP-Watch Marine markers, flame and
tJ J out for unusual military objects I smoke lights dropped by air
on the beach, the Navy warned craft to mark specific spots in f

today.Rear Adm. Robert G old- shapes the ocean and sizes.come They in fire various magnesium Shop 12 Noon "' 0 7 P.I\II. .
thwaite, commander of fleet based compounds.
Air Jacksonville,said each sum- Large numbers are used in
mer naval authorities get many operations well off shore, the I
calls about mysterious objects Navy said, and a few prove to
washed ashore. be floating duds or are only.
I Some of these items are dan- partly expended.A OPEN
gerous, the Navy said, particu- less common danger may
larly unexpended marine markers come from mines that drift \
I or unexploded mines.In ashore. Warships training off 1I
all cases the warning said Florida use the "Mark VI"
, i objects should be left alone and training mine, similar in shapeto I SUNDAY
I the proper authorities notified. an oversized basketball.
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, \ Here's What Is Actually... in the Civil Rights :BilJl.r !

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THE CIVIL-RIGHTS BILL,!restaurants, cafeterias, lunch-',eral retail establishments bars,(do is to permit the Federal|Imortgage- & body composed of five mem- Constitution, and is not Ii k ely I structed to gather statistics .on, "
passed in the House by a vote rooms, lunch counters, soda private clubs or country clubs'Government to transfer students of the Federal [ to stay in a measure aimed at I the number of Negroes who vote-
of 290 to 130 on February 10, fountains, gasoline stations, are- whom they must serve. Nor II from their own school istration. ,hers.Those five would be given pow religious and racial discrim j I in both primary and general
contains 11 sections, or "titles." nas, stadiums, hotels, motels. does it tell lawyers, doctors. area to another in order to It strikes I i to prevent and eliminate dis ination. The bill also allows rejection elections for members of the
The eleventh is a catch-all, rou- Lodging houses"are covered by J bankers or other professional Create 'racial balance." The arate-but-equal" ': in employment be; of Communists, there be- ;U._ S. House and Senate. The
tine "housekeeping" sect ion the bill unless, under the "Mrs.!man whom they must take as I bill does not forbid localities to many hospitals of race, color, sex, relig-i ing no effort to forbid discrim-I point of such action is to' suggest -
that need not be discussed. I Murphy" escape clause, they;patients or clients. ,follow that practice, as some eral funds. A : or national 'origin; enforce-ination based on political affili-i' the possibility that States
Here are pertinent provisions -!offer only five rooms or fewer !are doing now, but it does not,ied its share of i iI ;[: to begin one leaf after:ation.: :which prevent appreciable numbers -
of the other 10: to the public. Not specifi-I! Title IIII ,put the Federal Government in- for aid to !i ij ;i: i I The bill does not allow the I[ of citizens from voting
cally covered in the ban against I i iI to that activity.Nor j jaid to the blind :;: All firms with at least 100 I Ii (Federal Government to set racial -!might lose a member; of .Ivvp>>
Tille I I Public Facilities I does the section allow i for the aged, !lout of the House of Representatives .
racial or religious discrimina- ,i and labor unions with I II. quotas; does not require
lion are barbershops, retail i f THIS SECTION permits the'the Federal Government to dictate -'compensation, least 100 members would be'ithat an employer shall have a' as permitted under the
Voting Rights stores, places of amusement(Justice Department to file suits to teachers what they must 1 racial I. \- at the start. That 100!certain percentage of Negroes on Fourteenth Amendment. ,
THIS SECTION enlarges on such as bowling alleys, or bona Ion behalf of any person who teach. Nor does it permit the I Only those be cut down to 25 at the his rolls. What it does is to for- _
the provisions of the 1957 Civil- fide private clubs. [claims a State, County, City or Federal Government to interfere in which there of the third )-ear. i[bid refusal or employment or: Title IX -_ '
bill. It forbids local vote 'other local Government forbade in the day-to-day operation of tion would lose
Rights Although a retail store would The commission wuuld be em-union membership to an other-I "* -
different him, because of race or religion, either public schools or private munity might Removal Of Cases
registrars to require I not be included, a restaurant to investigate com-,|wise qualified person ,
qualifications for whites and 1 within that store would be. I the use of a park, golf course, schools. al school aid I' that employment or un-,!cause of race, sex, religion or THIS SECTION provides for ,
Negroes in federal elections. If!While barbershops are excludedin ,swimming pool, or other publicity Title V I system was : membership had been re-[national origin. review in a higher federal l courtof

the State law requires a liter- general, one interpretation of owned facility. was segregated. : solely for reasons of race,I'I It does not call for passing decisions by district: federaj
acy test, the fact that an applicant -'the bill is that a barbershop located Rights Commission would not i I ion. or sex. If informal me-[over a white man in order togive I judges who send civil-right
has gone through the Sixth: in a hotel would come! Tille IV THIS BILL would extend for .fense, the loss of adjustment failed to re preference to a Negro. It (cases to State courts foElisjIsition. >

Grade must be considered proof'under terms of the measure. j i School Integration ,four years the life of the Civil I with which to I the dispute the commis-!does not affect seniority ratings, -., .
that he is literate enough to, Commission and broadenits The measure ;, !' of the tII
The public-accommodat I THIS SECTION authorizes the Rights could seek an injunction except in cases where separate Opponents legislation denounced
vote for a federal official.It I section in the House approvedbill j Attorney General to file suits power so that it could serve the Federal force compliance. It would white and Negro lists have this section as'an insult
authorizes the Attorney: relies on the Fourteenth for desegregation of schools if las a national clearinghouse for any no enforcement power of been maintained. If such lists II to district judges: Proponents
General to intervene on behalf,Amendment rather than upon\he receives a complaint and cer- integration i n rmation. It owner or own, the penalty being a fine exist, and if and when they are argued it was a means of
of those who claim they have i the interstate-commerce clauseof itifies that those complaining would have power to investigate whom he must imprisonment for contempt merged, a worker who rankedNo. assuring a fair trial of civitrights -
been denied the right to vote.: the Constitution, as did some are unable or too poor to maintain complaints that Negroes were lease his real failure to obey the federal- 75 on an all-white list issues in communities -
The Justice Department also is:other proposals. From an emotional such suits themselves. This being denied the right to vote It does not order. might find himself No. 82 on a hostile to such efforts.Title'X. ..
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authorized to ask for a hearing in federal elections. combined racial list. "
: point of view, it means would be a strong weapon for One unusual provision got in
before a three-judge federal::I much to Negroes, who are hum- integration, because present I TilleJ'1 savings-and-loan whom it the bill during consideration The bill requires businessmento : .. ..
court, a maneuver designed to iliated by being refused meals, law requires that suits be start. a loan. mayor the House floor. Republican keep records of the numberof
keep one federal judge with i hotel rooms, and even locked ed by the aggrieved perons. I Cutting Off Funds John M. A s h- Negroes and number of. Community Relations
Deep-South views from rejecting I out of restrooms while travel- The National Association for|, THIS IS ONE of the controversial Title of Ohio offered an amend whites they employ. Those rec-, THIS SETS UP in the Department -
the case. ing. the Advancement of Colored\ sections. Each federal allowing employees or un ords are to be open to Govern-. of Commerce a unit known '
The bill does not interfere 1 As much emotion is generated -People has been prosecuted on(agency that extends financial assistance Fair to reject applicants for{iment inspectors to disclose'[as Community Relations Serv' ...
with constitutional right of a by white opponents, who in-!charges of soliciting the filing( to any welfare programby THIS IS or membership because whether or not a pattern of dis-(ice. Its function would be >to
State to set voter qualifications. -
up :sist they have a right to decide iof, suits by Negroes. loans, grants, or contracts versy-laden )" are atheists. 'crimination exists. help communities resolve disputes -
But it does say that the whom they shall and shall not The section would authorize f-must prevent racial discrimi- heir of long The legislative situation was\ relating to discrimination.The .
qualifications set up for Negroes !accept as hotel guests, whom,the U. S. Office of Education to\nation by State and local gov- efforts to enact at the moment that the Title VIII Service could volunteer its -
must be the same as they shall and shall not serve in(give technical and financial as-(ernments in operation of those eral Fair of the bill lost on a assistance or wait until called ".-
those established for I
their restaurants, whom they Isistance to school systems that!programs.Not tices standing vote of 137 to 98. Registration Statistics upon by the community .of by ,,
Title II shall and shall not admit to!are trying to integrate and are touched by the requirement ed F.E.P.C. The senators concede the anti- THE Census Bureau is in-'the State. .. .. .. .
-. their theatres. (encountering difficulties. t are the Federal Deposit ed this time to provision is a violation t
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highly controversial sections and :. .
the one which arouses the most 1jCracker :
emotion among Negroes and Campaign < :

among white opponents of D Yourguide ; .
the bill. I -

I --It-would---bar-discrimination--- -------by- "I By ALLEN MORRIS And sometimes it is amuse-!John Ausley, down their name and ad- I for NovemberTtieNewYorkTimes' '
ment tinged with sympathy as ing a card Of the $2. I'd send $1 .
IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE- TALLAHASSEE Quips and when Fred Karl tells privatelyof scrawled word: :home and use the other dollar
wisecracks distinguish Florida flying to an important conference Thinking to keep myself going."
politics from those of some of a meeting which he waved into the i "Before long," continued Car- .
r- ,
.our Latin American neighbors,felt demanded the best of him era and : "I got to be so'expert at
ge R. D. "Bob" bullets who change instead governments of votes. with 'in appearance and every other;,;veterans!" ('begging I that I raised the [R] Election Handbook

I way, only to discover upon! Candidates \ ')!amount to $4. Of the $4, I'd use
t mI JORDANFor Sometimes ridicule becomesa ,landing that a sleeve of his only themselves ( I two dollars to pay off one of the 1964 .
as with John E. the had been I .
weapon \coat on trip caught win) Take $2 contributors and make the
Mathews deriding of "T he tin the plane's door and exposed missioner Jerry
t same distribution of the other Hw 192.page manual concisely 1M authoritativelyvwrrtt
SHERIFF Florida Family Dickinson," the 'to the shredding winds for several -t example. The ,j I two dollars. Then I stepped it by a political' team of New York: Times writers... ,

I ALACHUA COUNTY cartoon strip approach. hundred miles. said he first to $5 and repeated, by that" tells who's who in state polities .what's what in nation
:, Sometimes itj Or it may be Scott Kelly a job and 1 a I i;time being able to pay off the .1\ party conventions...outlines positions of leading contenders *
_jr is pure humor. stopping in a bar for a glass of,money for his con t r ibutors. Before the .
Experienced Capable in the in both major parties on war and peace, civil
as retellC.'acke. ,water and to handshake and !candidacy was I
campaign was over was getting -
Great Leadership Ability GOPei rights, taxes, other election issues.
ing by
having to face down a barmaid excuse for ,I $8 and taking care of the
PULL LEVER 20-A on Voting Day, May 5 lien Folks of 1.olilies :who said "in the good old days,! Carter started $6 people." "The New York Times Election Handbook" convenient -
(Pd. dY.J his witnessi n g ,a candidate set up the bar for'campaign car I Of course. those Mho got their pocket.size paperback edition-is designed to help
of the scene i in :the house before he passed out credit. "When I money back really tore theirshirts keep you on top of 1964 election developments with itsstatebystate
the small West_ _ had worked ;
m his cards. i iI
Edi'E1:11 Florida bar I I for Carter's election. And political tables national election maps
when a woman, confused by a I Richard W. Ervin, now Supreme -'paigns I'd for ask FLA.'a!,,I those wo had an investment in handy convention scoring charts. Use this ccvipon today. .... t
campaign poster behind an array Co u rt Justice, long has I i I 1 ; 'candidacy worked mightily. to get your copy.
of bottles, called for "one warned fellow politicoes of the too.
of'them King Highs." j trickster who. when asked by a Next As Governor. Spessard L. Holland - -- .. -- ... iiI ; ..
Order YourMOTHER'S Sometimes it seems press '''candidate for help replies; "I'll :, Should once told of the candidate Election Handbook "1: 1
DAYCAKE 'agentry, as with Joe Living .see "what little I can do for \,who lived in a Northwest Flor- | The Gainesville Sun I'

ston's yarn about the little boy vou. I! ida county all his life and was I Box 57 Gainesville, Florida I
who felt his mother was being ;i Everyone will agree with i i stunned when he received only
Now For Next Sunday unkind and said or allegedlysaid 'Judge Ervin that the shading of :I !' the proverbial hatful of votes in I Enclosed is my check or money order (no I
"if you don't quit beingso [,'words is important. Ben H. Fu-:.Board :his contest for the Legislature. I stamps, please) for copies of "The I II .
CAKES and COOKIES mean, I'll have Daddy take iqua of Miami, formerly a Manatee -':said Saturday I' "I can't understand it," Holland | New York Times Election Handbook 1964" at .

DECORATED TO ORDER.KEN' back your Haydon Burns but- county Representative and ,whoever he is, quoted the rejected aspirant | 95 cents per copy. I,
ton." j I Chief Clerk of the House, suggests -the current as saying ruefully the mor- t
Sometimes you wonder, too, that people in the excite- on major ning after the votes had been .Name ,----r--i.; J'
BAKERYFOR about Bud'Dickinson's report of Iment of a campaign, often will ways. counted. "I thought everybody Address -4. '
the Tampa 12 year-older who read into a statement what they I Phillips' road in this county knew me." .
COOKIES Where Every DozenIs I telephoned to ask if Dickinson i want to hear. I I$40 million in "That's just the trouble," responded I City State I.I I II I.

A Baker's Dozen could make an exception of Fuqua had a telephone inquiry I tion money his wife, who had opposed I II

153 W. 2nd St. FR 6-7703 castor oil in his pledge against some years ago about the I!funds were : his getting into politics. _ _ __ _ _ II '
,,,- taxing medicine.COMPARE. ''progress of a State Senate I II "separate road I"They all"know you, all right- ..
L-- too well.
distant .
I campaign from Miami.I vidual board
"Fuqua' said he'd make some cial -
'calls. Afterwards, he capsuled continuous iE .
:his findings thus: "The Sena-'! highways 1, 19, ,-. i

tor's going to get more votes State Road 60, :; Your Vote and ActiveSupport : :
than some folks think." Excit- This : -
j was a
edly, the person getting the report I four-laning, he for RE-ELECTION

W. S.. TINY TALBOT HARRY exclaimed: "V 0 u don't [boards had
mean it! Do you mind if I tell to .
U of Fla.Age people What mary money ( F2pv1 -
EDD U of Fla. my Fuqua said the result was of : :
45 Age 57 was true: the Senator did get es of p' .. -

EDUCATION EXPERIENCE IN ALACHUA COUNTY .more thought: votes even than if that some number folks .in at the a talk meeting Claude M. (Red) Franks'l E E
Coach and Class room teacher GHS 5 Teacher U of Fla. Gen. Extension 1 was not enought for him to win. ;
neering Society.
years. year. One of former
Dean of Students, GHS. 2 years Director Vocational Education Alachua Governor Le- I
Principal Sidney Lanier Elementary, 2 County 3 years. Roy Collins' favorite chuckles As
years. Has never been a class room teacher resulted from an incident at St. Good ,4
Principal Buchhotz Jr. Hi 3 years. or Principal in this county. Petersburg of his 54 c a m- ..
Principal, GHS 6 years. paign. Because so many of the County Assessor of Taxes f
'patients at the \\j
Chairman March of Dimes Drive. E'ected! Micanopy City Council. Defeated erans' Hospital had arranged to I Alachua County t4 -li
Chairman. Cancer Crusade for reelection. watch, Collins had been cautioned l
President, Gainesville Lions Club. The to make some mention of I
Lions Club this year has donated SI800 .
,them in his television .
to Scholarships for Alachua County I ..
: *-
Students under his lEADERSHIP. having much to say, Col-
S Recreation leader. Sports official. Mu- lins used up his air time and IS A VOTE FOR
sician and entertainer for many fund .the announcer was about to take ( : : ::
projects. over for the sign-off when Collins -I PAY -- --

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP saw one .of his associates.' A 49-year-old family man, a veteran, taxpayer; 29 years, 5 months : =
President Alachua County
Principals AsEducation committee. C of C. Unknown
sociation 2 terms. -All Educational work and 13 days of courteous dependable efficient and :
I Board of Directors, State Principals Association schools was before WWII' in*n another ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING friendly ;.
elected by the Principals of -
this district. service to Alachua County; one who vigorously defends the integrity : : t
S Board of Directors. Florida High School -. FLORIDA Swimming .. -
Activities Association, elected .by theprincipals .. of his office and believes that the assessor's office is a : :
of this district. ...- -..- .- -
Member Chamber Education of Commerce.: Committee. G'ville. by Rivers: completely public office to be operated by the assessor. :

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I i Holland Calls Warned Too Late, Tuesday Primary Will Have ..,,- ....

For No Write-ins Ballot -- "
Foreign on OPEN 'TIL 9:00: :

I Aid Cutback I Hits Derailed Car TALLAHASSEE estimated 1,225,000(APWhenthe Florida names do not appear on the bal Mondays, Thursdays ..J" ".

voters mark their Fridays
party primary procedure of write-in vot
.and L. Holland called Saturday I MINNEAPOLIS (AP) A apolis, as the Great Northern's ballots Tuesday, the only choice ing stems from the early days OTHER WEEKDAYS TIL 5:30 t
.f for a reduction in foreign aid Great Northern passenger train/Western Star, bound for Seattle, they'll have is what's on the bal- of the United States when the I I :.
and use of the savings to fight,rammed a derailed freight car was picking up speed as it en- lot. No write-ins are allowed. new-found freedoms of self-gov !I
poverty in the United States and'west of Minneapolis Saturday, tered open country. State law has four different ernment were being exercisedfor ONE ::
the Western Hemisphere. knocking 20 cars and five diesel sections outlining procedure for the first time.
I engine units off the track. I. The engineer of the eastbound write-in votes in general elec-II The right was carried on in I ;: ..,,
Holland, campaigning for reelection Thirty-two persons 'were freight, Gene Wicklund, said his tions. But nothing is providedfor Florida but limited to general WEEK ONLY!
said Pesident Johnson's rushed to hospitals and at least]train was moving about 15 miles write-ins in party primaries.! elections because a party primary -
I anti-poverty campaign "pro one person was listed as criti- per hour when one of its cars derailed This is interpreted, according is, in effect, selection of a
vides a perfect opportunity for cal-Rodney Nesemeir of Far- and flipped into the pathof to the election division of the representative of that party to
reducing the wealth we send ov- go, N. D. the Western Star on the ad- secretary of state's office, as compete with representatives of 36" WIDE '
i erseas and increasing the effort The accident happened in Min- joining double track. forbidding voters to write in other parties or individuals in an _.:
for a better existence for under- netonka village, west of Minne- Wicklund said he imediately choices of candidates whose election.WANTED. 'I h
privileged Americans." radioed No. 27, the passenger -- '
train, but said it was coming TERRY CLOTH
A strong but reasonable for 60 Injured .. .
a curve and could not !
eign policy coupled with a halt in time. .-
strong defense posture, he said, I .
I "No. 27 was doing 60 to 70 IN 7 SOLID PASTEL COLORS .
4 will accomplish,more than dollars When Train
ts in Europe, the Near East miles" an hour and it couldn't I MEN-WOMEN AND IN STRIPES, FLORALS, VAil '-'
and the Orient. stop, said Wicklund. from ages 18 to 52. Prepare some eases only en* out of
Great Northern officials said, now for U.S. Civil Service fire pass.
Jumps & NAUTICAL OR .. :
job openings in this area during Lincoln Service has helped "
If the Latin nations
1 are given however, that the speed limit
the next 12 months. thousands prepare for these
help ,in finding political stability PORTE, Ind. (AP) A for the area is 50 miles per hour Government positions pay as tests every yea since 1948. CHILDREN'S NURSERY _
he added."they will join in "and chances are he was not I high as $446.00 a month to It is one of the largest end
high-speed train .
passenger rac- start oldest privately owned schools PRINTS.
ending Castroism and Russian
ing across the flat northern In- going even that fast"The They provide much greater of its kind and is not connected
penetration. into this hemi- diana prairie at 75 miles an engineer of the passenger security than private employment with the Government.
sphere..' hour, jumped the tracks Satur- train was William Brown of St. and excellent opportunity For FREE infomation on Government Reg. 1.19 --
for advancement. ,
Many1positions jobs including list *
In Orlando, Holland's
opponent day. An estimated 60 persons Paul.Wicklund require little or no of positions and salaries, fill ::
Brailey Odham, said that were hurt.Thirteen. said he noticed he specialised education or eltout coupon and mail at once
Holland calls himself a "consti- had lost air pressure, indicatinga perience. -TODAY. You will also get SALE 1 WEEK ONLY ..:
and one But to get one of these jobs full details on how you con
tutional passengers
conservative, and "he derailment toward the rear of
you must pass a test. The prepare yourself for these
must be referring to the crewman were admitted to La the train, and immediately triedto competition is keen and in tests. { ".
constitution of the Confederate -Porte hospitals. Twentyfour warn No. 27. Don't delay ACT_NOW! 79" Yard
States." others were released after treat- :
The passenger train buckled i
He said he had exposed Holland's ment. Sheriff's deputies said and one of its mail cars turned i Pekin, Illinois ,
first aid to .
was given a score
record of "voting for spe- crosswise on the tracks.
of other with minor in- I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE WONDERFUL
cial interests and against the Several of the injured were (DA))> list of U.S. Govenment positions and salaries; ((2)) Information
f people." juries. railway mail clerks, who were on how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job. SUITS, PLAY CLOTHES, BEACH TOWELS, ROBES SHIFT DRESSES,

)' He said Holland opposed civil There were no fatalities. Noneof sorting mail on the Western Star Name .. .. . .. . . . .. Age .. . SHORTIE DRAPES & SLIP COVERS FOR CAMP OR HOME. ...:

rights, medicare, "a living"min those hospitalized was listedin when they were hurled against Street .. .. .......... .. ........ Phone .. ... .. .. .. ,I Piece. Goods Fleer'
imum wage for workers, and critical condition. their equipment by the impact. Shop2nd
has been unfair to organized ]a- There were 65 passengers City .. .. .. . .. . State . . .. .. I
The derailment
twisted seatsin
bor. aboard the train, which beganits I -
the cars and catapulted pas-
I run in Chicago.
into the aisles.
sengers Railroad officials said a hot
r 16 Boys Drown All 10 cars and two diesel "
journal box on the freight car -
units derailed. About 100 passengers :
caused the de
MARSALA, Sicily AP-Fu- were aboard the Balti- probably original
neral services were held Sat- more & Ohio Railroad train.
urday for a young priest and They included 39 seniors from
16 schoolboys who drown Maria High School for girls in Sound's Wonderful! .
when a motor launch capsized Stevens Point, Wis. Ask for FREE BookletOn I
Better Hearing
l May Day outing. The cause of the wreck in a GAINESVJLLEHEARING ANNUAL :
I ti Nineteen other children In the rural area seven miles south-
t boat were saved. Police said the west of La Porte was not determined I 622 N.'Moin FR 2.6715 .-.
small boat overturned when the immediately. -
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; children panicked and clusteredon
one side after the craft start- *v-'.'* Are you for a County Safety CANNON "COLORED PERCALE"CANNON.

( ed taking water. Officer?

If So, 72"x108", FITTED & FLAT, :
EfYfY.l\larket :' and SUPPORT
eeJACKSONVILLE VOTE SHEETS REG. 3.39 . .... MAY WHITE SALE 2.7981'x108" :-

AP) The
1 Northeast Florida Egg Market s f BOB JORDANPull FITTED & FLAT, :
prices to retailers:
{ Extra large 38-42, mostly 41; REG. 3.79 .... . .... MAY WHITE SALE 3.19 :
t large 36-39, mostly 38; medium Lever 20 A '
Jl-34 mostly 32i; small 28-31, On Voting Day (May 5))
mostly 28.Poultry.
(Pd. Adv.)
at farms: Fryers 12.
-- ---- -- ------- ----- --- ----- Cannon Polka Dot Percale. = ;
,.1 Striped or ,
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SHOP-SHOP Y,' i_,::, 72"xl08", FITTED & FLAT, REG. 3.59, SALE 2.99 ==

V SHOP f, 81"x108", FITTED & FLAT, REG. 4.59, SALE 3.99 :


.r i us. )rop off your dry cleaning on "

your way to work at any -
of our plants, and pick i it upon

your way home. Wamsutta's "Stratford"TOWELS :

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i i All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises BATH SIZE, REGULARLY 1.39, )' ) .

: 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., May 4,. Tues., May 5, Wed., May 6 MAY WHITE SALE 99c ; )1'ci :



I _
J such as Trousers, Skirts, Sweaters, Suit WHIfE PINK WASH CLOTH, REGULARLY 3n' 4I :

;. Coats-- Slim Jims, Shorts, Sport Coat CUP. BLUE MIST. MAY WHITE SALE 29c .- ,, :..

"- AQUA MIST. PER. r ,
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4 for 1.49Car ; :

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Coats_ : & Fancy Things Not Included at This Price. Remember "MOM" Next Sunday With. :


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such as Dresses (plain), Topcoats, 52"x52", REG. 2.59 .... . ........ .... WHITE SALE 1.99 ::

52"x70", REG. 3.59, .... ......... .... WHITE SALE 2.99 SHOWER CURTAINS

j Overcoats, Robes 60"x80", REG. 4.59, ..... .......... ........ WHITE SALE 3.79 :

4 60"x90", REG. 5.59 ......... ..... ..... WHITE SALE 4.59 AND SETS :

J i : 4 for 2.98 60"xl08", REG. 6.59 ......... ..... .... WHITE SALE 5.59 :

68" ROUND, REG. 5.59 ........ . .... WHITE SALE 4.59 WHITE & PASTELS. FLORALS & MODERNS. :.

Mens Gr Ladies Suits Counted as One Garment. WHITE PINK. BEIGE. PERSIMMON. AVOCADO. BLUE.


.j Please' help us to serve you better by always having your delivery receipt with ...

you. DON'T FORGET We PP." S TOT MOTHPROOF n.ry garment that .

we dry Cr,,". Viscose Scatter RugslSecuritee*" Backed

i RUGS .

21"x36", REG. 2.50, .... . ..........I_. .... ..... MAY ,WHITE SALE 1.99 :
1 Odorless dry cleaning MACHINE WASHABLE, HIGH 27"x48", REG. 4.50, .f.:!.... ..... . MAY WHITE SALE 3.59 :

FRESH AS A FLOWERIN CUT AND LOW LOOP PILE 3'x5', REG. 5.50, ............Z.f\: .:.............. MAY WHITE SALE 4.59 :

the M b t: "I'h 9RY t AKDfi ROOM, LIVING OR FAMILY 4'x6'', REG. 11.50, ... ...::, .?... .'. ...'.:.... MAY WHITE SALE 8.99 :.
PLANT NO. 2 ROOMS ALMOST ANY PLACE 36" OCTAGON, REG. 4.50; .1:.......... ........ MAY WHITE SALE 3.59 .
In the Gainesville Stopping (IN THE HOME!, BACKED WITH h. THIGH ,
Center with Drive-In Service. FOAM LIDS, REGULARLY 1.19, ....: .....; .....I. MAY WHITE SALE 99e :.
I PLANT NO. 1 3-kour skirt laundering one QUALITY

offering_ a convenient curb ser hour dry cleaning. PLANT NO. 3 FOR NON-SLIP SAFETY. EIGHT .PLAJTIC FOAM lACKING-WON'T CRACK. PEEL OR MAR FLOORS! '
vice. Dry Cleaning and Skirt 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 3 hour skirt laundering and one COLORS. -
I Senrke. hour dry cleaning. .
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319 ,,N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main Street 'Ii Home Furnishings Shop"d Floor ----j., .,o:0'

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}. "'i I<:" I KKK Parades tt
, .. Bikini Beauties b tI lax Against Rights! ''I

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s JACKSONVILLE (AP-About) ;the last few blocks. I J. B. Stoner, an Atlanta attor-, "If they pass the dtfl: tights
6 200 members of the Ku Klux' Marchers whooped it up with ney who said he representssome (bin, we will tear it apart," he
Klan paraded through Jackson- rebel yells along the route. klan men but holds no title -'said and pledged that the white
ville Saturday professing opposi- Spectators were few. Many in the KKK now, spoke to the people will drive the Negroes 1
tion to the civil rights bill and KKK members under a porticoof from America.
5yMt calling for bystanders to join Negroes watched among silently.the However spectators, a the Civic Auditorium along Woodrow Wood, who obtainedthe
L them. handful outside the bus station the St. Johns River. city parade permit as Titan
: hurled few "The only we can survive (for North Florida) of the United
About 150 in white, blue, red,!laughed aloud and a I way
j green and black robes walked I I taunts."I I I is destroy the civil rights Florida Ku Klux Klan said he
and 50 others rode in cars always wanted to see the'bills and all its backers,"Stoner was satisfied with the parade
I through rain that was light at I Ku Klux Klan march," oune Ne-.I:said. except for the weather.
the start but became heavy in gro girl said. ,
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4P a i I
Y. I Prints by G'ville Artisit I
I I'S kY F a6Y Corn rowers .

p+, } To Term Exhibits
+w. ( Yield
Highep ,
.4. r 3 A collection of intaglio prints!out the United States and as a''!
by Gainesville artist Leon Hicks(member of the "Iowa Print{
Jr. will open the spring tri Group" has been represented!!
I with Du Pont
mester exhibition program of in a show now touring several;
= the University of Florida Department -American universities and foreign -I 1

t. of Art here Monday.The cities.
S. Nu GREENe. .
I prints will be exhibited He is a 1953 graduate of Lincoln

: Monday through Friday,. High School and, after .i Mdkrfidtf
29, at X
through May Gallery
serving three years in the U.S.
I AA by the art department, Collegeof I I Army completed his B.A. degree 45%NITROGEN.lEACH.RESlSTANT
Architecture and Fine Arts.
at Kansas State Universityin
I :- -Susan Prewitt 4S. <,a "("holding stuffed rabbit), The public is invited to view 1959. He entered the State 45%NITROGEN
Two runners-up in the Bikini contest staged yesterday are the prints daily from 9 a.m.
Ocala and Jean Harvan, 19, of Gainesville, a junior in education University of Iowa in 1959 as "c.- "JteGreen"is a h.y lI'e*ftrm d saanst ifupptettental
16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Prewitt of until noon and from 2 pm. to a graduate student in art and s n-trogen.This n.u"S ft fc its*
P toonagt to had Eton ud ss '-* .
r of Florida. .
:, at the University: .5 p.m.Hicks received his master's degree in .. wd labor.
has exhibited prints in 1961, followed by a master of
i various major shows through- fine arts degree in 1963. I LEACH-RESISTANT

Dade Boy Gets Giant Ice Cream Party!. I 1 ._42 Tnt nitrogen cherootrssm in"NuGfWT Is<*fJIM v..:.r1.cuus7'z to tile taipatjUes .
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Medal for Saving Girl From Drowning HICKS i T EASYTOAPPLY"KuGrecn"
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MIAMI (AP-Ronnie Micklos,{explaining the lack of an ac-'|mates and others showed up for I icrosim. The American Legion t :
II 7; accepted a hero's medal Sat!ceptance speech. "I just want the party. They consumed thou-J rave; him a $25 savings bond. COMMISSIONER ; !
I Ronnie's older brothers, Dan, Make your vote count a NEW
urday handed it to his mother,some of this ice cream before sands of cupcakes and huge I
commission will ..
2, Steve, 12, and Mike 8, MAN on your I
and buried his sunburned nose;fall the other kids eat it up." I quantities of'milk and ice I 1v weren't jealous of his populariy. stimulate good government. The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision

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"I'm not bashful," he said, a "ME TOO" Rut . . Pd. Adv
Florida threw a big testimonial,I Ronnie signed his autographuntil "Heck," said Dan, "we taught Alaehua. 441 South Phon 462-1241
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Mrs. Robert J. Ham line. who\whole block in front of Ronnie's Ronnie with the council's first''
I '. was returning from a shoppin house and a long table set up in achievement award in a new:(
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I Sunday May 3. 1964 Gainesville Sun 1IAPanther's
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p. r I I '. He's Got Beatles on Film; In The 1I


TaleBy : BulletinBy 'Everybody., 5, Loves Him! I CapitolWASHINGTON

By EDDY GILMORE man, but' his life isn't normal "Why?" he asked. (AP-In the
1 t tI GARY MARTIN LONDON CAP) "All of a anymore. And neither is Shenson. Then he answered himself: news from Washington:
HERBERT DORIS MARLOWE PERDUE and sudden" said Walter Shenson "Because I know the Beatles, USIA SUBSIDIES: Rep. Glen-

Ill, "I've become the most important "Nothing like this has ever and more than that I can get ard P. Lipscomb R-Cahf., said
Since I Bishop has sent out report However, this week we would film producer in the world. I happened before my ,banker their autographs." Saturday he will seek a ruling
am having to write all didn't
J they sunburnedas
get as
cards for the fifth six week's like to tell about the Science
E-EJ' this column by myself (Doris Joyce Parker though. you I'm producing the Beatles' first is smiling at me, my barber from the General Accounting
period. Students on the all A Club. He explained that one of Britam's -
film and can't be more loves and relations with on the spending of U.S.
is you me my
playing sick) I hope all cf Our chorus and band went to
The Science most esteemed
honor roll Marsha Carlisle Club started last physicians
than that. Information Agency funds to
will important auditor and doctor have never
you excuse my grammar. Hawthorne last Wednesday to Claudia Sanders, Linda McFar- year is now sponsored by Mr. came to see him recently and, subsidize
Shenson Is
this Normally a quiet been better, he states. secretly production -
Maybe column will make '
put on an assembly
program. lane, Nicci McKay Patricia Below. Many field trips are I 'with considerable embarrassment of books.Lipscomb .
I sense. Read on brave souls. Special features were songs by Monneyham, David Molder taken and various speakers asked a favor. is a member of the

I Our local FFA chapter did our girls sextet and John Sweet. Sharon Butler, Valerie Fuerst are invited from time to time. House Appropriations subcommittee -
Musical solos were played by "He handed me a sealed letter -
very well in. recent subdistrict Suzan 'Hazen Linda Moore, Every year science club members ."He that heard testimony
said Shenson.
I was
Pace Jack Pittman and
competition at Santa Fe. Pace Billy Fisher, Mary Hammerlie are allowed to go to Cedar Rebel about the program. Publication
told "Thisis
Andy Kesler. We are looking very grave as me.
1Getzen') was the winner in tractor Reba Stone and Bill Van Veld- Key on a field rIp. from I don't of a censored transcript last
forward to the return performance my daughter.
i'; driving. Pace went to Paxon huisen. We are very proud of all There are no restrictions on .week showed that other
know what it Is but it's among
of the Hawthorne band prob-
I High in Jacksonville last Friday of these students and we are membership, except that attendance Rap Up Will ,things, USIA had put $14,952
ably giveit
next May 6. a proposal. you
that this is record must be consistent
F for district competition. glad a number i into the production of an antiCommunist -
of the Beatles the
Student Council elections will to one one
Glenda Green came in second for people on the all A honor We hope that all of our students book being sold in
be held tomorrow. Candidatesor they call Paul?
in the sweetheart contest as did roll this year. next year, will get in on By I the United States and abroad
j George Green in Public, Speak- / offices are: President: The freshman class at Bishopis the ground floor of their choos- EMILY CAUTHEN ] I Shenson said the doctor added without disclosure of govern'
ing. Our ..Parliamentary Procedure George Green Glenda Green working to raise money for ing. Everything from basketballto : "This is serious. My fate is ment sponsorship.

4, team finished second Vice-President Robin Russell, the: Freshman Prom which is weight lifting is being taken. in your hands." Lipscomb said the General Accounting I
and the Quartet came in third. Jack Pittman Larry Dalton to be on May 15. The girls Bishop's tenis season has I Although ill weather prevailed time Thursday morning. Those Up to now untitled, the Bea office has ruled that

4. We took'a horseshoe throwing Secretary Cindy Green Lois last Saturday, had a very pro come to a close. Only Bishopand I for a great majority of the who made the "A" Honor tIes' first movie Is being madeor USIA must confine its Information
,team composed of Ray Sapp Jean Hodge, Treasurer Tom fitable bake sale at the shop- Westwood had teams. No ,week, it failed to dampen the Roll are as follows: a lot of it is inside Lon- activities to other countriesand

and Gene Sanchez but "thar my Farnsworth Bo Bass Bar- ping center. The boys had a car champion was named but during spirits of the student body mem- 7th Grade don's Scala Theater. that on this basis the show .
;: "warn't no such contest." bara Nettles, Parliamentarian wash. We hope that many of the season, Bishop won ,all bers at Santa Fe. While 'the Ginger Gonzales It's a half-fiction, half real ing of some USIA-made motion '
Lanny Bishop, Chester Phillips and the wind howled George Harrell Mary Keene of and half In
rain account
you took advantage of this. four matches. We would like to poured a day a pictures in the United States
? Our sextet did very well in Wayne Tharpe. Lets all The 9-1 class at Bishop, who add that John Hendrix lost his plans were plotted in in- Janice Kay Lindsey and Rose- the life of that quartet of mop- was stopped.

4 state competition at Daytona get out and support your favorite -is taking plane geometry, has only game at the last match. dustrious minds of everyone, mary Wells. headed musician-comedians who

:Beach. The sextet composed of candidate. began their "march on al g e-We thank our fine tennis team II but especially in those of the 8th Grade: Elaine Adams, have in less than a year be- SMOKING: In the nation's
4 :Glenda and Cindy Green Carolyn The student of the week this bra." The part of the brain that and Mr. Henderly for a great Juniors and Seniors and most Linda A I day, Faye Douglas come the most fantastic head- capita], nearly one-fourth of the

I and Judy Hill, Robin Rus- week is my co-writer. Since controls "algebraic thinking" season. !probably the faculty had its Joye Emerson Pam H a rrison, liners and moneymakers in students are regular daily cig.

.sell and Doris Perdue received Doris won't know what goes in is getting a work out. HIGHLIGHTS: It was like own ideas. Judy Pettit Cheryl Scott Jerry modern show business. arette smokers, it was reported

.a rating of excellent. These six on this weeks Panther Tales I Last week, because of the trying to ride a tricycle with I Stone and Jan Teter. Tall-helmeted bobbies stood at capital nearly one-fourth of the
I .girls along with alternates thought this would be a good lack of space, we omitted the one wheel missing during the The Junior Class was mainly every door to the theater senior high school students and
: Elaine Holder time to name her as Student of concerned with problems of the 9th Grade: Jesselyn Bryan, cent of the
r Lynn Chastain report on our various groups. brief absence of Mrs. Suskind. guarding the B eat 1 es from a eight per junior high
:and Ann Smith along with .director the Week. Doris is secretary of coming Junior Senior Prom. Joyce Buzbee Mac Crawford mob of girls. Inside every seat Saturday.The .

I Mrs. Jacqueline Toy the Senior Class co-captain of The grand occasion is only two Bill Martin, and Bobby Shaw. was filled again mostly with figures were obtained Ina
'hav .donea very fine job this the girls basketball team anda weeks away; tnus, entertainment girls. of
10th Grade: Sue Anderson random-sampling survey
decorations and refresh ,
i year. We ngratulate them. FHA officer. She is on the j Jeannie Bobak Cornelia Bras- "We let them in at 9 ajn.," students in public, private and
ments are becoming increasing.
Council and is a past
explained the producer "andwe schools the Districtof
parochial by
well Larry Martin and Brenda
Spring football practice ended ly important. A great portionof
of that organization.
secretary ;. them as extras of Columbia division of the
Hornet Parham. pay
last Friday. There were 25 boys the responsibility is being
She is on the FHA county council course, for they're part of the American Cancer Society and
I out for spring practice. With 18 and the girls sextet. Doris j carried by the homeroom moth- 11th Grade; Sandra Alday picture. Well they just sit there the D.C. Congress of Teens for
of "these l ttermen things look jj and able class officers who
and ers I
is in the band annual staff j Suzanne Longman Jack Matthews and scream until 6 p.m. and not Cancer Education.
up for-Coach "Bankston's Panthers Beta Club. She is past district Heckles i iIII are: P r. e s i dent Bill Shaw, and Bill Shaw. once has had to
anyone say I LIGHT SIDE: Republicans
next Club. vice president Grier Wells
year. for the Beta '
secretary and Secretary TreasurerKa- 12th Grade: Marilda Beach 'Okay girls, start screaming. can keep their pennies for the
The Junior Class took their Doris plans to attend Gonzales. Keith Braswell Bobby Cato They just s c rea m. It's the White House has never been
and major in educa- ren
next "
"SSHuaTclass last Saturday. year
I Ruth damndest thing.
Dyer Diane Ma- brighter secretary
says press
j They went to Daytona Beach. tion. I wish her the best of luck Seniors of 1964 realizing that In the flesh close the Beatles
III II By JOHN WATERS and MABELLE GLASS III rie Hallbrook, Bonnie Kirby, up, George Reedy.
it has been a pleasure
1 We understand they had a good, because graduation is only a month, off Pat Lindsey, and Kay Wright. John Lennon, George i President Johnson hasn't or-
time although they forgot their knowing and working with comprised of a mere three Harrison Paul McCartney and
Mrs. Wakefield and her guest fashion show during the regular dered one outside bulb turned
paper plates. Its a good thing. is. from Panama, Mima Dinoso, P.T.A. assembly last Thursday weeks of class and an entire Driver Ringo Starr turned out to be dff, said Reedy, but has "exer.

.. entertained the Senior Class week of graduating activities, Stops pleasant polite, enthusiastic I cised some care to see that unnecessary
night. The show featured the
II and their dates In Mrs. Wake- are scurrying back and forth- articulate more than average- lights Inside the

3 field's ,home last Friday night. modeling of dresses and other forming) graduation lists receiv Cop Is Killed educated young men. White House are not burning."

I; YongeChatter The entertainment included apparel made by the studentsthis ing presents from local merchants "You get used to the Johnson issued orders back in

horse riding dancing in thebarn's yea r. Entertainment included and yelling "Hurrah!" NEW YORK (AP-A patrol- screams," said McCartney. "If December that unneeded lightsbe

1 hayloft and a superb various talent groups at every cornerr. man questioning an auto driveron you worked in a bell factory I I darkened a move that
meal. About were They did manage to slow Brooklyn street Friday you'd get used to the bells." prompted some Republicans to
twenty pres-
ent and all agreed that the par-land singing by the girls. The down long enough and raise night was run down by the driver "But what do you say w h en label him "Light Bulb Johnson."

ty was most enjoyable. Whittington children, Janie and hands on the election of a site and killed, police said. A pas- you're asked why they A reporter called Reedy's attention
By Glenn, performed a tap dance for the after graduation party.It senger in the car was injured scream?" Friday to a new GOP

SUSAN LANE and The Future Homemakers of duet and the "Debonairs" a local was decided that the allnightand fatally when the speeding auto "I tell them" said Harrison, suggestion for contributions of

JAYNE EVEHETT I America Club of Hawthorne combo provided musical en- early morning rendezvous then crashed into a bus. "that audiences have been pennies to underwrite a brighter

High presented their annu a I tertainment. The stage was would take place at Hornsby Police said patrolmen Ed- screaming for hundreds of White House. Said 'Reedy:

3 We'd like ,to congratulate the Everyone come out to Harris beautifully d e c orated around Springs a near-by youth camp. mond G. Schrempf, '25, and years. I suspect they used to "If the Republican National
recently elected Student: Body I Field at '7:30 Monday nightto the theme of "outer space" There swimming boating and Cornelius Blackshear stopped a scream at the Christians and Committee wishes to deal In

officers for the 1964-1965 school. see the P. K. Baseball team UN Session. 4 where on the imaginary planetof game faculties will be avail car and asked to see the driv- the lions." pennies-I don't think I'll finish

year: President Bobby ,Hines;I play ,Fernandina Beach in the a Jar go n! a the show took able.Report er's license. Without warning,I I I

Vice President! Covey J o h n- Keystone Conference Championship. Delay Likely place. Mrs. John W. ,Martin cards were returned the car shot forward dragging Are you for a full time
stun; Secretary Candy Chotas; baked two pecan pies which signed for the fifth and last Schrempf for several blocks and

Treasurer- Johnny Wers h o w,' The Seniors' graduation announcements UNITED NATIONS N.Y. were presented as door prizes. finally throwing him under the : Sheriff for Alachua County?
and :Honor Court Chancellor, (AP) Secretary-General U wheels. : t
last week
Bob Copperthwaite. and the newest arrived fad is exchang- Thant Is expected to obtain, The Ne w berry High School China BoastsOf The fleeing car then crashed r_ Then I

The'nine girls who will cheer agreement on delaying the start! Band presented a concert and into a bus injuring the VOTE and SUPPORT I
friends. ,.
cards passen- :
ing ,:
chorus for the H.H.S. ._ ;
the Blue Wave on to Victory of the U.N. General Assemblyuntil program RecoveryHONG ger, Adrian Valentine 20 ____ ,
.I next year are: Joan Bradbury, UNDERTOW: P. K. Yonge Nov. 10. The world forum I student body last Tuesday. It Brooklyn. He died later in -: JORDAN I
Leslie Elliot Pam Feas t e r, Exposition will be held on May usually convenes in mid-Sep., was enjoyed by all. The Haw- KONG (APA Chinese hospital.The a -. BOB
Marsha Hoskins Linda Master- 13th. .Everyone impressed tember. thorne High School Band plansto Communist newspaper said --r
son, Kathy! Sites, Elizabeth Sot (?) by Louise's Gotcha hat. present a return concert this Saturday that Soviet Premier Brooklyn driver Oscar Vazquez 22, Pull Lever 20 A I

a ly Anne:Warrington and Beverly -Mr. Ring seen riding a bicycleto Twenty nonaligned nations: week. Khrushchev refused to send a, vehicular homicide was charged with On Voting Day (May 5) I

Winn.The girls went through ( get back his schoolgirl), asked Thant on Friday to delay labor delegation to Peking's:' while and driving (Pd. Adv.)
tryouts :last Thursday. figure, or to save gas?). ,. assembly debate until after 2 l The annual Orange and Black May Day celebration becausehe intoxicated. J

Wednesday Thursday and People with discriminat Ins: meeting of more than 50 nona, football game was played last "did not want to see Red ;.f

Friday 'of this week the P. K.ABandwiU' taste are taking the new Shake-. aligned nations in Cairo in Oc-Friday night on Hornet Field. China's economic recovery and

be travelling to speare workshop. .Picnics or l tober." Pat Baker and Dexter Bender bring back the truth to expose.
with the hill are the latest thing. ., were the student coaches for the ELECTRICHARD
t Tallahassee :to :"compete The United States and many own lies. -
; bands from all over' the state Seniors only 37 days until grad. other delegations also would like teams. The paper, Ching Po, lashed

band contest Good Luck! uation.I a later start to avoid any con, The Student Council commit back at Khrushchev's recent re

i flict with the U.S. presidential l tee on the harmful effects of marks that the Chinese Com I J.IDIWILSON

election campaign., Thant will]I smoking presented their program munists were spreading world .
Westwood Whispers poll the 113 member nations oi k to the 5th grade last revolution "on an empty stom

the request. Thursday. ach."
PAM WHITLOW AND As a'result of the candy sale;; _

LYLA BROGDON many students received prizes,

T On Wednesday of last week ,such as Paige Coffrin Larry:\
t the 1963-64 Westwood annuals 'Sike Judy Weseman, and Lan AIR CONDITION NOW!

r, were distributed to the students, ny Vaughan won transistor ra"I
dios.. Wayne Greene Coin] __
of the
'who at the beginning year :1
them. These annuals Welsch Terry Horn and Fran) Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner DeaferPreSeason '.
F' :are white"and'. howed the hard Galagher received a Iwo pound I ,I STATE

'work of everyone on the annual box: of candy each. j sA i I

I staff. We would like to congratulate Mr. Eaddy' Agriculture das! Sale I
o the annual staff mem- has made a new backstop foj

beth on their work. the baseball field. This conven i REPRESENTATIVE
Another expression showing ience has been enjoyed by al

I .a hard year, so far was the 5thsixweeks of the boy's physical education a I BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES


the deadline of this article, .we SEEN AND HEARD I and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.
will have t5iist'theItralght "A" Many jammed fingers playing; i MARRIED-Two children home CHAIRMAN March of Dimes. -
We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa
basketball and baseball. owner resident since 1946. .
jaexTweek.: I
first class unit with ,
good prices.
The Freshman l>rom,was held Girls trying out for majorette!; CHAIRMAN ABCD Commit-

on May 2nd,'from 8 to 11 p.m. next year. COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. GRADUATE University of tee that successfully fought to ..-
the Westwood-cat feria: The People running around signing Florida B.S. and LL.B. I retain at that time the elective:
in annuals. We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. school
Riverboat ,people
,theme for the Prom was
At around 9 o'clock four Frowning faces because of report MEMBER The Florida Bar :

,acts were given with David Pi- cards. (Smiling one too),. and Eghth Judicial Circuit_ Bar MEMBER Alachua Citizens

cou as the emcee. The first act AH units art Flush NEM Cools Mohturs D.tIver.d Association. for Florida's Future Committeethat
was the Villorgers who sang! Judge DiesNEW I Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Prie.R.ting helped win an outstanding -
I AMp Volts Ft. ph. lar. of Unit
act CHAIRMAN Alachua victory for higher education. -
several songs.. The- second I Thermostat I County
I magicians act by Steve I ROCHELLE. (AP)I I Controlled 4.500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 Chapter of the National Founda -

Shrader.was a The third act was a -Federal Judge Gregory F,.1 1.2-3 Speed 5'.000 8 'lIS 290 1.7 128.97 tion. S MEMBER Episcopal Church. :

,dance by the, cheerleaders and Noonan 58, who presided at .th<:. l Slide-out: Chassis Fan 6,200 11 7V2 115 375 1.1 152.50 PTA Civic Leader. 4
230 610
10.000 2.75 181.97
Larsen 1953 treason trial of ex-Arm]
last act was All Certified NEMA
14.000 12 230 875 4.6 199.97
and Smith with an original -Sgt. John David Provoo dice I CN-1 Rated. 10
I Patsy 15.000 11.6 2aO 920 4 215.00 POINT WILSON PLATFORM
of heart attack. Provo
I The floor show last- Friday a )
S Prices include: 16.500 13-S 230 1.000 4.5 225.00
ed approximately 20 to 30 minute was convicted of siding with the. I Delivery 1-Year 17,500 12 230 1.040 5 235.00
I while the rest of the time Japanese but the decision lain ri Service en Parts & 19.000 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 263.97 1. Vocational School for Alachua 7. Excellent Mental Health
L1 Labor and 5 Years
the band the was reversed. Noonan was z: County. Program.
1 1 was left up to I Warranty on Sealed 20.000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75
I Incidentals. We all had a good federal judge in southern Nev r Refrigeration Systems.GAINESVILLE'S 25.000 16 230 1.500 8 304.50

I time. York for 15 years. 2. Quality Schools and University. 8. Support Improvement at ..
Gainesville Sunland Training
II I I LOWEST PRICES LOW INSTALLATION COST 3. eraluation of Trimester Center.
9. Promotion of New Business ;
It HICKS I Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 04
4. Economy in Government-hold Interests in Alachua County.

10. Active Support of and
t Farming
r Commission It i 5. Repeal Automobile License they will not be neglected in
Your County
We Sell end Install
( B Bohannon Jr Tag Increase. Small Community Interests -
SPENDS YOUR CentralAir !
the future.
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6. Sale Tax not to extend to
ntf ct
This Is Iii Basinets That Need HtMtasV tocMinf M *
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and medicines.
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: Proven_ Successful' lust.... Experience I I Can M tor tree estimates.
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Self-Policing of Cigarette. GOP Idea I .

t BUSINESS MARKET t 'Delighls'Smathers


REVIEW V'r : Ads, Brings Forth Critics

Sfrm Bark uffnwa j suit of the tobacco Industry's effort -Dixon, chairman of the F.T.C., WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.

at selfregulationTobac-is understood to feel that this
By PETER BART co companies spent $135 millionon warning is the most George Smathers, D-Fla., said
NY FairReflects NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES MAY 1 ,:Optimism[ NEW YORK Madison Avenue television advertising alone objective. Saturday he is "delighted" thata t
which Republican has called
I always admires a last year so the broadcasters Proponents of the code dis-. group
Low Close Net Chg. deft for formal U.S. of
High recognition
maneuver, was fascinatedlast : a
4 Fills SteelIndustry probably were just as happy to miss these protests and
25 Rails . 136.11 134.40 135.64 Up .86 ;! week by the cigarette industry's agree Cuban governmentinexile."It .
be taken off the hook. with Leroy_Collins, president of
2,5 Industrials 815.56 803.92 813.94 Up 8.22 .
efforts to ward off restrictive Some people believe that it is the N.A.B., that it "contributes is a realistic and positive
50 Stocks 475.83 469.16 474.79 Up 4.54 government
regulation. imperative to set a precise meaningfully to the future of policy approach which T .have
I i Faced with
severe restrictions definition of when cigarette ads the whole American free enter- long advocated, but whichthe

US GainBY STOCK By ROGER,LANE proposed by the Federal Trade should and should not be broadcast prise system." Eisenhower administration
Commission, a spate of
FLASHES regula- such as exists in Britain. Though the code's languagemay greeted with a deaf ear."
NEW YORK AP-The tory bills pending in
( nation's Congressand
MARKET They note that, according to one be general, they say, the
$16-billion steel industry, a proposed code under consideration The Republican Criticat'Issues
SAM DAWSON F.T.C. study as many as 12.6 -to-be-appointed industryczar
biting its nails at this time in by the National Association Council recently advocated recognition -
NEW YORK AP) The 25- this week, however, losers out- million children each week will be empowered to in-
1962 and 1963 is with of Broadcasters cigar- of a Cuban-exile
brimming govern-
year span between the New r NEW YORK (AP-The stock numbered gainers by 792 to 537., optimism. ette companies decided this watch early evening TV shows terpret the language as he sees ment. It is headed by Dr. MiltonS. I

York World's Fair offers a vivId market took some sharp losses Volume totaled 27,811,850 I week to administer their own that have cigarette ads. fit.They Eisenhower, a brother of former

picture of American business: last week but balanced them!shares compared with 29,083,081 Production is at a gallop. Ma-. medicine. Aside from these questions, point to the tobacco in- president Dwight.D,-Eisen-

progress. out with a couple of rallies that I last week. About 3.9 million of jor producers report first-quar They announced self critics of the cigarette code be- dustry's promise that this czar, hower. .
Both consumers and corpora. left the averages about even as I II this total was accounted for by ter profits up in many cases 50; code to be administeredby -regulatory lieve that it evades the most will be a person of recognized

tions have prospered since 1939 I the week ended. two stocks, Texas Gulf Suphurand I to 75 per cent from a year ago.i an independent who important issue facing the in- independence, integrity and in- Smathers said the U.S. has S I

although the government takesa : Curtis Publishing. Texas There is no sign of a serious labor would have czar dustry namely the F. T. C. tellectual achievement who great stake in freeing Cuba from

bigger bite out of earnings.The Analysts saw the declines as Gulf gained 8% at 52% and! dispute. dustry total control over in- proposal that every cigarette ad shall not be connected with any communist domination, but that
U.S. has increased part of a correction of the pro- advertising. The code and be to "this is basically problem for
population : package required carry tobacco manufacturer. a
Curtis 5% to 17%. Demand
rose Edmund F. Martin board imposed limitations in three I
46 cent to 191 million longed rise since last Novem- that the Cuban themselves.:
per for both stocks based a warning smoking is Will the code forestall gov- people i
was on chairman of
of the secondrankingfirm principal areas cigarette ad-
ber. How much further this .
the gross national product dangerous to health. Paul Rand ernment regulation? Some ob
their holdings of Ontario land, Bethlehem Steel vertising appeals to He said of
Corp. youth recognition
-total of all goods and services: correction had to go was a mat expressed the belief that gov-
-has increased 6th times from ter of doubt among Wall Street presumed to be rich in miner- told newsmen 1964 might provea health claims and the so-called: the tobacco industry stands a ernment-in-exile would give Cu--. .

als. record year for steel companies virility theme. NAACP ban exiles a "great boost.
$91 billion to $585 billion for 1963. experts. Optimism prevailed for Eyes good chance of escaping govern

and an estimated $625 billion for the longer term, based on ris- April was the first month of assuming there is'no strikein On the youth issue, the code Work ment intervention. Others, however There is legal precedent for

ing profits and the general higher prices for U.S. the auto industry.The would ban cigarette ads from StoppageNEW
govern- I note that Dixon of the such recognition, he said notingthe
1964.Disposable personal Income strength of the ment bonds since November. college media and from televis-
economy. main threat to tranquility F.T.C. still favors his proposed United States recognized a
f ion YORK AP-The) Na-
rose 470 per cent to $402 billionin The popular market averageswere Corporate bonds fell back a a federal indictment charg shows directed mainly at tional rules and that he doesn't like to number of European governments
1963. A big chunk of this shade based The Associated steelmakers with persons under 21 years of age. Association for the Advancement his mind. i
at variance. The Dow II on ing eight big I of Colored change' in exile in World War II.

went to pay fog the 122 per cent Jones industrial average ad- Press average of 60,issues trad- price fixing in 1955-61, has been: On the health issue, the code People

rise in the cost of living. Corporate vanced 2.21 to 817.10. The Asso-'I ed on the New York Stock Ex- crowded pretty much into the bars claims involving h e a lth, may call a national one-day MACHINES.t t

I. profits before taxes in- ciated Press of 60 I change. background for the time being.: filters, tars, resins and so forth work stoppage and prayer vigilif SAVE on OFFICE ,

creased the rise eight was 5Ve times.times.After taxes stocks dipped .3 average to 303.1. Stand- I I Government bond volume averaged The nocent.companies have pleaded in unless fied that the the industry claims czar can is be satis-ver rights Congress bill in fails reasonable to pass a time civil, CASH OR USED TERS $ 50 tO '$5754 -

ard & Poor's 600-stock index $1.9 billion a day par ified. says one of its officials.
The Dow Jones industrial
average a widely followed rose .42 to 80.17. I value at primary dealers, the I Two years ago steel execu-: The code also restricts the Alfred Baker Lewis, NAACP ELECTRIC SPIRITDUPLICATORS '

The moves of all these indi- Federal Reserve and U.S. tives were nursing wounds from treasurer and member of
measuring stick for the stock I I virility appeal by barring ads its 52- $95 to s22g

market is almost 700 points cators were minor. In the over- Treasury estimated. The March their run-in with the late Presi-I that show smokers indulging in man board of directors, said Fri LIKE NEW .

higher than when the 1939 fair all list of 1,523 issues traded average was $1.7 billion. I dent John F. Kennedy over an athletic contests or that suggest day the timing will be up to Roy
opened. ... -....- attempted price increase later that smoking is "essential to Wilkins the organization's exec- At No Place In North Central

The brokerage firm, Merrill withdrawn. A year ago anxietyover social prominence, distinction, utive secretary. Florida Can Bargains Like This Be F unKISER'S

Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith a possible strike had not success or sexual attraction." Lewis said demonstrations OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. I

has made a study of how 20 dissolved in a contract settle- By the weekend it became would be set' up on a commun I '
604 N. ST. FR 2-9607
major corporations fared between Ajh'I:: 1 ment. clear that the code had pickedup ity basis. MAIN

the two fairs. These com- .. With the economy on a prolonged both firm proponents and op

panies were represented by ex- and strong upbeat, the ponents. Critics of the code argued --
hibits at both fairs. i :.. market for steel is the best in that it failed to go far ELECT : 'F

Most impressive were the : : ..:'._..".. .. five or longer on a sustained enough beyond the "suggestions" '
,:.:..,;: .. ... years :
gains racked up by International ",.::;: .. : ;< basis. It points to a possible on cigarette advertising DASHWOODCOUNTY HICKS :1 s '

Business Machines Corp., in 1' hp .:...,.,... .. *4 bettering of the 117millionton handed down last July by the : .

1939 a small office equipment -- .... industry production recordset Tobacco Institute, an industry

maker. Its sales have soared ,. 51 .. in 1955.Martin trade group. Many of .the ads COMMISSIONER

from $39 million to $2.06 billion, ';" .. .W. a barred by the present code -

its profits from $9.1 million to was the first top ex- such as athletes' testimonialsand HE IS A PROVEN CIVIC t1t ww,. "

$290.5 million and its stock price ....... ecutive to publicly acknowledge college advertising have

from $6 to a high of about $600. ;' the prospect. Others, while sol- been informally prohibited since MINDED PERSON-NOT JUST ON II'

National Cash Register has / idly optimistic, cautiously have last summer.

grown more modestly. Sales in- I ... steered clear of direct comparisons "This is obviously just a ELECTION YEAR i

creased 16 times, profits 11 i .. involving the 1964 outlook. grandstand play," scoffed one {

times and stock 18 times. Mill operating rates have agency president who had ear- liTHE RECORD"

Radio Corp. of America, climbed slowly but steadily lier announced that he would .

which introduced television at ... s since last August. Now, steel is not accept any cigarette ac Chairman Alachua County Shoe Fund Institutional 1 representative of Boy

the 1939 fair has chalked up \ being poured at an annual rate count. (Shoes for needy children) Scout ';

in sales and of about 128 million tons. Critics also
gains of 16 times contend that the
Div. chairman of Alachua County Tuberculosis Merchants Division Chamber of Com
eight times in profits. Two more major firms code's language is too vague. A drive merce .

General Electric and Westing- checked in Thursday with glowing proposed set of guidelines on
Welcome BoardJames March of Dimes .4. Selective Service Board 16 years (nonpaying -
to Bethlehem
profit reports, ,
house boosted sales 12-fold in cigarette advertising has been >)> "
the quarter century.The with a 47 per cent gain from drawn up by the N.A.B.'s code Past president of Exchange Club .

Big Three automakers, N. Anderson, left, Gainesville, was wel- the 1963 first quarter, and Jones authority containing language Instrumental worker In foundation of Representative mittee member Bi-Racial com .,

major fair exhibitors then as comed as a new member of the Board of Trustees, & Laughlin Steel Corp., with a considerably more specific than Gainesville Boys Club ...

well as now, have made sharp University of Florida Foundation during their' annual 62 per cent gain. that of the code, according to Board of Stewards First Methodist .,
Parent Teachers Association
gains. General Motors sales meeting here yesterday morning. Dr. Clyde Martin observed that the year- one source. But the N.A.B. code j Church
(Pd. Adv.
climbed from $1,377,000,0 0 to Anderson right, a St. Petersburg physician is Presi earlier comparison was with a has now been set aside as are-.

$16,495,000,000 and profits from dent of the Foundation. Anderson replaces W. A. doldrums period when Bethle

$183.3 million to $1,591,800,00. (Bill) Shands on the board. hem's. earnings ,were draggedfor
1962 to a 15-year low.

I County Property Sales Five Children N0."N \ at%


PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS 25th Ter. land In Section 33 TownshipNine DrIve. Let U. Lincoln Estates $9,700. This is '
Property transactions recorded since Range 19, $5.300. Roy D. and Dorothy H. Cellon to M. Que. your
April 17 In the office of Circuit Court Wi.lUm C. and Paula N. Strawn to S. and Margaret D. Wnaley, realty in N __
Clerk J. B. Carmichael with prices figured J. M. and Elva B. Steadham, Gaines- Sections 35. 34, 1. 2 and 3. Townships (AP-Six persons, five of them
from state tax stamps affixed tc w I'e. a lot in College Park Subdivision Seven and Eight. Range 19. $199,430. children died early today in a w .t .
the deeds 0.000.. G. M. Davis Inc., to Samuel O. and { Ms
Hugh Edwards. Inc. to Alfred A. and Lawson and Rosa Lee Foster to Charlie Betty J. COlgate. 3728 NW 12th PU Lot fire that swept through a wooden -, '
Inga J. Josund of 1800 NE 16 Ter., Lot Foster, 1605 NE Third Place., landin 69, Madison Park $19400. ;
53 of Carol Estates South. 15700. Section 30, Township Nine Range 21, Marvin S. and Helen H. Berk to H. three-story building.A .
Hugh Edwards Inc. to Robert Dale Raymond and La Verne H. Jacobus passing motorist sawMrs.. ATTORNEYA.
and Nancy R. Whitefield. 1626 NE 16th $300.Hugh EdWards. Inc. to Avery L. and 1821 NW 31st Ter., realty In. Section .
Ter.. Lot 49, Carol Estates South 116,- Marie Strickland Lot 13 In Carol Es- 36. Township Nine, Range 19, 30700. Vincent Sylvain leap from a7m
tates South $16,500. Hugh Edwards. Inc. to Howard A. .
100.Coy and Helen B. Thomas to John Richard and Jane G. Steams to Men- and Clara H. Chamberlen 1604 NE 1 I third-floor window. The only
nle and Bethel Little, lot one of Carol tine C. and Leone E. Clyatt. 3537 NW Place.' Lot 78 of Carol Estates South, survivor she is in at -
Estates East $18,800. 11th Ave.. Lot 62 of LIbby Heights sub- $15,800. a'hospital GENERAL
Ozle B. and Anne E. Toole to L. E. division $25,000. Andrew J. and Allda Bracken Sr. to nearby Chicoutimi in critical
Amsler, Waldo Lot 37 of Green Acres, J. M. and Elva B. Steadham to EdnaH. Malcolm R. Williams (life estate) and
$600.J. Strawn and Iva L. Hillyer, Melrose. John B. Culpepper (remainder). Lot condition. Her four children- i
C. and Dorothy D. Dixon to JohnE. land In Section Five. Township, Range Four, Highland Pines $12 34. -
and Susan Muller Romaine, 1515 20, $10.000. James R. and Alicia McCowan to William Regis, Claude Marco and Jo- -
NW 12th Rd. Lot two. block two unit Wilbur and Frances W. Bishop to ( L. and Julia M. McCowan Lot 5&; anne-died in the blaze. Her -
one of Florida Park $33.334. Arthur W. and Mildred M. Combs. 1501 of Oak Hill 5100. w
Mary E. and W. J. Whitehurst to NW 16th Ave., Lot 59 of Colckxigh Hill George H. and Nelmarle P. Pentz., husband was not home at the r
Delbert Covell and Gerda Th. Blum- subdivision 5000. 1315 NW sixth PI. to G. L. and Bobbie -IL w
rich. 2734 SW 14th St.. lots located in Charles F. and Marilyn L. Angel to Karel. 3090 SE 19th Averealty In Lot: time. JAMES KYNES
Section 29. Township 11. Range 19. George R. and Kathleen A. Lebo. 1605 26, Kincald Road Suvdiviston $11,000. Philippe D'Amours and his w
Ezra E. and Rosa L. Smith
527.000.Oeitert NW seventh Ave. Lot 5 of Forest Park to Mar
Covell and Gerda Th. Blum-" subdivision, $17.COO. tin and !Isoline H. Chitty. 2614 NE 18th son Normand, who lived in a
rich to V. E. Whitehurst Jr., Dan E. G. l_ and Elauise Letter Jr to Stateof I>r_ Lot 15 of Cole-Wood. $100. -
Whitehurst II and W. J. Whitehurst II. Florida land In Section 23, Township Martin and Isoline H. Chitty to JoeSnd second-floor flat, also were victims
cf Williston real estate In Section 29 Eight. Range 21. $100 Dorothy V. Adams 1610 SE 23rd I of the 3 fire. The THIS IS WHAT KYNES'STANDS
Township 11. Range 19. $2.400. Hilliard and Ruby Darling Glover to Lane Lot 11 of Cole-Wood, 12500. a.m. THIS IS KYNES' RECORD
K. F. and Edna M. Kautz. 5255 Appleton State of Florida land In Section 19, Martin and !Isoline H. Chitty and cause of the fire has not been
St., Jacksonville to Mary Catherine Township Seven, Range 19, $300. Abe and Velda Jean Mills,' Lot .Five of .
Kautz. 5255 Appleton St.. the east half Hugh Edward Inc. to Lewis and Emma Suncrest Subdivision. $6,800. determined. w
of lots one, four and five of Carter's E. Warden Lot 14 of Carol Es- FOR
Addition to Newberry $100. tates South $21,400. Served as state prosecuting attorney in Central ::
Lovett and Clarence R. Jones to William Jean L. Bartley to Lewis 0. and
E. and Betty B. Walker, Alachua, Reba J. Hess. Lot One. Block Six. For Comfort This Summer Florida.. :
a lot In Alachua $600. Range 1$ of Elliot and L'Engle' Additionto r -
to Roy E. and Ka- Gainesville $978.34.
thleen Ridgewood L. T w,Inc.902 NW Ninth Ave.. lot Athen D. and Myrtle Cothran to Amen fI,. Served as legal advisor to Governor and As your Attorney General James Kynes has :
17 of Ridgewood Subdivision $41,000. D. and Helen I. Cothren Jr., of Ala MODERNIZE
William Lon and Maxine J. Chaney chug realty In Section 32 Towns hip I HARCAR Cabinet of Florida. proven that he will fight for the protection :
to B. C. and Thelma Revell Sr., 2880 Eight. Range IS, $100. WITH
SE 20th Ave., the west loa feet of lot William B. and Margaret D. Watson of your basic rights. -
3$, Kincald Road Subdivision. $100. Jr. to Earl R. and Hazel H. Jef Has two degrees. One In Public Administration ( :.
Charlotte Paugh to William 4 fords. Alachua realty in Section Eight
Amanda M. McCully. Waldo aboutn3 Township Eight. Range 18. $10000. plus a law degree. James Kynes is the only public officer who =
acres of land In section 11, township 8, Hugh and Alma L. Jones to E. E. and ALUMINUM ,
820.000.Amanda Berta L. Holloway, 517 NW Uth Ave. re
21. has taken
range ever official action theCivil :
Chestnut to Castile. Inc.. por- alty In Section 32. Township Nine, Named one of the five outstanding an on
tions of Lots seven and eight In Section Range 20.W. young -
Rights public accommodations law in
31. Township 8. Range 20. 7000. P. and Sarah D. Hadley and Warner SCREEN men in Florida in 1960 the state Junior -
Bessie P. and A. C. Moysey to Cas W. and Norma K. Weseman to E. Combination Windows by Florida. .Byhis official I in -
GLASS ruling January -
tile. Inc. portions of Lots Seven and E. Holloway 517 NW 14th Ave., realty I Chamber of Commerce for achievement i ,
Eight In Section 31. Township Eight, In the Pine Park Subdivision. $1,000. In knocked ::
Kynes out
Range 20. $5AOO. W. J. and Annie L. Pauls to Charles a proposed public accommodations
Etta il to Eight Inc, por E.- and Fay. A. Hatch Jr., realty In the field of law, government and civic af- :
Lon law Dade
tlons of Seven and In Section Section '10, Township Eight, Range 17, in County.
31, Township Eight, Range 20. $5.400. I $700. fa irS. ;
University Heights. Inc. to Alachua William J.' and Annie L. Pauls to Robert All To Fit and convicted Castro's -
County, north SO feet of Section 31. Types Kynes prosecuted
L. and Wilma C. Lear in
19. which Was fn law firm' and officer
Township property will nine.revert Range automatically to Section 10. Township Eight, Range 17, ,, 'Your'lndividualNeeds partner his own an men from Communist Cuba who illegally :

the grantors If a road Is not paved .on $300.Lincoln In the Florida Bar.
It within 18 months. $100. Estates. Inc. to Laurenceand invaded Florida's waters. _
Annie Gaskin and Eddie Gaskin to Florence Cottman. 1209 SE 17th
Eddie and Shirley Gaskin Jr. land In Chairman of the Citizen's Advisory Committee :
section three. Township eight Range LARGE STOCK j Kynes appeared before a CongressionalCommittee -
20, $400. whose work requited' in creation of Central -
Floyd W. and Irma Lee Sanchez to Place Blame ON to for the
HAND In .Washington fight
Roy A. and Irene Steadman. Newber I Floridn Junior ( ."II rmllpa| ",'.-mmonrf _
ry Lot Nine of Block 17 In Newberry. eae.' rights of Florida's I children to read the Bible
51.500.Elsie A. and W. E. Kite to The First In Shooting I the. Junior college cause by The. OrlandoSentinel. and in schools.
Baptist Church of Orange Heights. Hawthorne IMMEDIATEDELIVERY say prayers public
about S acres In Section 18 of I I.
Township Nine, Range 22. $400. LISBON Portugal AP) I

tah Hugh and Edwards.Martha Ellis Inc.Hendrix to Samuel 1919 Isa-NE Authorities Saturday blamed a ; .. National I president 0 f the University' of Florida Kynes will continue to stand up and be -

15th St.., Lot 12 of Carole Estates South civilian disturbance for fatal I f a Alumni Association counted on the vital issues affecting your

111.100.H.. M. and Velerla D. Umbarger to shooting, during a Lisbon May I rights and liberties and the free enterprise
Lea Smith 2614 NE
and Rosa
Ezra E.
18th Ter.. two parcels containing 'land Day demonstration.David Member Official Board of the Methodist system. _
In Umbarger Heights and In Section 19,
Township Nine Range 20. 20000. Almeida Church.
Texaco. Inc. to Leased Stations. Reis, a shoeshine CALL FR 2-4361
Inc. property located In the Onlver- boy was killed..Two oth- .

lit S.) Terrace E. and Bessie subdivision M. Dowling$90.934.I to' E. er persons were slightly wounded : KEEP
D. and Flora E. Floyd Alachua, lots In dn :" "
Alachua $2.500. in the disturbance, which authorities :
Pine Shades' Inc*.to William T. and said occurred when I
Myrtlce M. wailer, 1204 NE 28th Ave.. at 1Tr M caY KYNATTORNEY ES
Lot 147 of Highland Court. Manor Unit group of demonstrators surged: n'r "

three $14,000. 'a main street. "
Gum Shades Inc to Thomas Wit' up i j
lie and Lucy Harris 2929 NE 13th St.,
Lot 68 of Highland Court Manor, Unit Rocks were thrown through
Three 816.000.Leon
and Lottie G. Neely to Full- windows of the government information I $ e4, BUILDING SUPPLY
Ward Leo and Hazel P. Neely 2001 E. % GENERAL.PULL :
Univ. Ave.land In Section 15. Town- secretariat and police CENTER
*tip 10. Range 22. $5.900.
fired shots
Lou B. and Vincent H..Note to EdWard warning- into NORTH MAIN AT 23rd BLVD. LEVER 10-A. flU 9*. *** mtmtmMni P W"fo by ten Kyne Campaign fwd Ronnie spencer ChainM .tam : \
P. and Joan a. Bird 1309 NWi' 1 air. ___ I
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Sunday, May 3, 1964 Goinetvillt Sun 13A

lT -c cidentRoundup ers Association workshop, April 'Wiltford: a vocal solo sung skillfully -
25, at the home of Mrs. Her by Sylvia Fussell with UCB"I
CHORDS .. man Schnell, 2241 N. W. 3rd Andy Hughes at the piano, anda
Place, presented two flute baritone solo also well per-

trios, well executed by Francisco formed by Joel McCoy, with .
Pareja, Sandrette Dowd and Joan Fulwood as accompanist '.,, .
ia ..
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Involved In accidents reported 1 And DiscordsBY Peter Bushnell; well handled piano Mrs. Schnell presided, assist.

to the Gainesville Police numbers'by Frances Neal, ed by Mrs. Jerry Smith, in a
Department and Alachua Coun- : VERE RICHARDS Linda O'Byron, Peggy Ham- well balanced program. Mrs.
) ty Sheriffs office over the weekend mond, Randy Ruddermor, Fred Scholfield assisted in the
.were: .
Richard Marden and Mar t h a arrangement.
William Michael, 2201 NE The Gainesville High School cellent performances with a lot was "Gardes du Corps March," : t
Eighth Ave. and presented its Concert Band withB. of fun attached.Their costumes, conducted with inspiring vigor t
V. G. Hodson, .
added'to the effect and skill William ELECTDASHWOOD
1334 NE Ninth St.,at the Gaines- E. Donaldson, Conductor, in caps etc by Prescott
ville the auditorium, 'Thursday eve- and so did the flashing "light- one of the valued supporters of
lor at Shopping 2:55 Center parking ning, April 23, with a large and ning. the band. HICKSAn
: p.m. yesterday. enthusiastic audience in attend- The "Processional of the "Pageant" by Per s ichett,
Member of
Clare'F. Jolley Jr., 618 NW ance. Nobles," by Primsky Korsa- presented spectacular fanfares ACTIVE
34th Dr., and Patt The excellent mass tone, with flutes MANY, FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS
McCormick well
Sandy program was selected kov is one of those really great
731 NE Fourth Ave., made up of well performed works, put together with such partucularly good and had one Elks American Legion
at NW Fourth St., and 10th Ave. formal band marches, art that the effect of tremendous of the best climaxes of the eve- ATO Fraternity Gainesville
numbers, and outstanding ning. The Fillmore "CrosleyMarch" Moose Charter Shrine Club
at 3:58: _pjn. yesterday. novelty importance is never lost.
compositions by composers It is a difficult trick to sustain gave a power finish, Member Masons Scottish
David A. Bryon, 1022 SW like Rimsky Korsakov.A this power quality but Donaldson with the five "Mellow Winds" Eastern Star Rite Bodies
I Eighth Ave., and John E. Eas- excellent on the encore. Pd. /vJ'I.
kept the whole band on its
number in the first
novelty The Gainesville Music Teach-
ter Jr., 717'NE First St., in the half that interesting toes and made a splendid workof
500 block of W. Univ. Ave., at was was exceptionally"Original Dixieland -- it, as the closing number of

3:38 p.m. yesterday. Concerto" by Warrington, the first half.

Ballard" W. Webb, 2062 NW which featured Dan Bowles, In the second part the band ONE/\UNITED SUNSHINE STATE WE'RE GLAD ;
lltK:Rd.,.and"R. Bayonne Sox- trumpet, Howard Wallace, clari- gave "I left my Heart," and
I man,,425 Blvd., In the Gainesville net, Lee Chipley, tenor sax, "Autumn Leaves," both arranged -
Shopping Center parking Mike Samball, trombone, Carl by Reed,with excellent light- BUD DICKINSON
; lot at:2:10'p.m.yesterday. Bussard, bass and John Haem- ness of touch and real feel for V '
:: that
merlie,drums It was very well the melody. we
Daniel Seventh done, and the soloists gave ex- Another fine performance I
Ave., James C. Lytle, Will Work For Honest and
Willistoiv.: nd Keith.Frank Bir-
kett 1061 NE 20th Pl., at SW can assistyou

13th Stand. Archer Rd., at 3:42 A / / Usefulness in the Ranks of
p.m. .
1 Getzen'F.,Barco, 17 SE FifthAvi.and Our Senior Citizens. in your
Robert E. Jones, Pal-
atka2aEbut"tt JnlleE:'of Gaines- w
FOR z Campaign Headquarters. .. LQ
ville on.S.R 50 at. 8:15
Friday. ? FR 2-1189 t (: ,
Serving 3rd term High L v
DanleHluUedgerTOl NW'Seventh Springs City Commissioner fiRED BUD I If you need
, ""Ave.: was charged with First Mayor CommiscioncrC74ioh Zsr ,ibjifra
5 driving while intoxicated ,afteran. .' SpringsMember '.a' Y cash, our low
H. S. Chamber of
accident, at SW >
yesterday Commerce DiCKinsonCANDIDATE bank interest
13th St. and. Archer Rd. '

FIRE CALLS ,, rate on loans will

At-12.08: a.m.-yesterdayrfalse for GOVERNOR :: save you money!
. alarm at SE-NinthSL'and Seventh ARTHUR W.THOMPSON. \'
i Ave:: .r>?l

At 10:34 a.m yesterday, false
alarm at Kfrby-Smith school.t 1 iL e ..

,6;18 p.m. yesterday unnecessary 'HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT -Y
run to 1403 SW 22nd

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14A- .Gainesville Sun Sunday May 3, 164

This Is the Year of tHe Giant Pie Bake in Denby' &Isent DaleDENBL r- ST ABILITY BENEFITS YOU

DALE, England AP) Dale are about to bake anotherof plan to stage a party in the pie The dish will be equipped 1 stitute was quickly made. to Soviet Premier Khru in the tax assessor's office. +,':
-The whimsical folk of Denby those giant pies they began I dish, which is something to bewith a bar and carpet for the Another pie celebrated the Your schools, hospital end 'your ." '
I pie.The
whipping up the year King: hold. Billed as the largest of its; party. com laws jubilee in 1896 and the committee says the pie county government depend upon a
George III recovered his wits. kind, the dish is 18 feet long, The first Denby Dale pie was .most recent was made in 1928 to will take about a week to cook. stable! tax structure. Vote to keepstability ,.. '
Marchers six feet wide and 20 inches deep. made in 1783 to celebrate raise funds for a hospital.Pie if previous experience is any "
This will be the seventh creation -
of the makers not It also is one of the few pie George Ill's recovery from day this year is Sept. 5 guide. A clay oven-a sort of KEEP 4
pie dishes to have had ceremonial madness. The recovery did not and charity is again the motive. earthen tunnel will be con- J. SMITH
Opposed By counting the one that went bad launching.It last much longer than the pie. The villagers expect the pie structed to hold the metal dish PIERCE
and had to be buried in 1887.
is moored in the canal out- The second pie celebrated the to yield 30,000 portions and and wood fires will be kept Pd.Adv.ITS .- '
Three tons of beef and two side the pie dish factory. victory over Napoleon at the raise $42,000. A portion will be burning beneath it. _
RefugeesMIAMI tons of potatoes will go into the The organizers explained this Battle of Waterloo in 1815, and -
: monster tidbit. The pie committee seemed the best way to get it the third the repeal of the repressive -
(AP)The Canada-to-
Cuba "peace marchers"reached is experimenting with four first to Denby Dale for the party corn laws in 1846.Victoria's.
kinds of Huddersfield for The pie for Queen
Miami Saturday and ran into seasoning. then to I
cleaning, then back to Deny 1887 jubilee was inedible and'
prompt opposition from a groupof Before they start assemblingthe A sub-i I'
buried in quicklime.
Cuban refugees. I ) Dale for the pie bake. was I
ingredients, the villagers II
The marchers,who set out last I

May 26 from Quebec, bound for ELECTDASHWOOD .. ,,,. -, _,---r'J
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to protest UFers Debut FOR l J
racial discrimination and U. HICKS
S.-Cuban relations, walked slow- In ] Who9 : -
ly around the Dade County Court COUNTY COMMISSIONER"As t
house for nearly two hours in a Two University of Floridamen
hot sun. made their debut in the Former University of Florida IJ/
A tight ring of helmeted polcie- 33rd' edition of "Who's Who in Athlete-I I know what team ". (

men surrounded 'the' marchers;!America" published this week. worK is-ELECT me a member of ,< ::...., .., iI
but no trouble developed until I The men are Dr. Kimball the most important team in Your ; :

five:minutes before the pickets,Wiles, ,professor in the Collegeof I County Government. ;.' + UL
planned to disband at 1 p.m. Education, and Dr. E. Travis Pd. Adv. 1 I Ij
Then eight young Cubans York Jr., provost of Agriculture.j
iLy *
scrambled through the police I ._. '
lines toward the pickets.. A few

punches were thrown and two MOTHER' ON HER DAY .
Cubans and one marcher were ro!
taken to jail. q
The peace marchers were delayed -i E i
for nearly two months at!' ; ,
Albany, Ga., where 27 were in 1)4l J 6ltWfJA
jail on charges of failing to fol. ; 4
low a Described parade route :
and related charges. (
How they will get on to Guan-: Comfy .Slippers We've got on Carter's new
tahamo, they don't know yet. No: '
transportation has been arranged Sleepers!
and the U.S. State I F: iayc Cool
Department FOR COMFORT AND LONG as lettuce, cotton-knit;
has not validated their and care-free! 'Cause
passports for travel to Cuba. WEAR get her the finest. everything .
Carter's is : "
made with Carter'scare.
Get her Daniel Green
Je Gaulle Sees Slippers.
$2.75 each.Wilson's.
Carters new "STRETCHABLE
French OfficerPARIS A-MALI BU-White, blue,

(AP) President I black and pink . 5.50 r l/Jf---J SO grow'IES"hop right along, skip.Jump with and
Charles De Gaulle, gradually iz
moving back into his office II B-CINDY-Blue or children who grow like littleCarfa'g
routine, received Premier s; weeds. Butter-soft cotton.n lon
Georges Pompidou for 45 min black . . . 6.50 own "m .!Iop" print, dimple knit ,
utes Saturday. I cotton leerers. S aJ>.fast ned back Nevabind knit terry. Washes, wears with

De Gaulle told Pompidouthat =.T'm'e'e=Pmk.bhu\yelloW.Boystand nary worry. See Carter's collection
he would receive
gation from the French a Farmers B of"Stretchable Softies" in white
Association at the end of I II I y with pink, yellow or blue. Sunsuits,
next week. Before De Gaulle II Infants Little Girls
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This Is the Year of the Giant Pie Bake in Denby Dale 1 I- STABILITY BENEFITS YOU

: DENBL DALE, England (AP) Dale are about to bake anotherof plan to stage a party in the pie: The dish will be equipped 1 stitute was quickly made. to Soviet Premier Khru .. in the tax assessor's office. +. ;
-The whimsical folk of Denby those giant pies they began dish, which is something to be. with a bar and. carpet for the Another pie celebrated I Your schools, hospital and your
whipping up the year King hold. Billed as the largest of its. party. corn laws jubilee in 1896 and committee says the pie county government depend upon a f
recovered kind, the dish is 18 Dale was most week cook, stable tax structure. Vote to keep,
George III his wits. feet long The first Denby pie recent was made in 1928 about a to
Marchers six feet wide and 20 inches deep.It made in 1788 to celebrate raise funds for a hospital.Pie be'J experience is 'any stability .
This will be the seventh creation -
also is one of the few pie George Ill's recovery from day this year is Sept. A clay oven-a sort of KEEP
of the makers, not
pie dishes to have had a ceremonial madness. The recovery did not and charity is again the I tunnel will be con- J. S 1ITH
Opposed ByRefugees counting the one that went bad launching. last much longer than the pie. The villagers expect the to hold the metal dish PIERCE
and had to be buried in 1887. I
It is moored in the canal out! The second pie celebrated the to yield 30,000 portions wood fires will be kept Pd. Adv..
Three tons of beef and two side the pie dish factory. victory over Napoleon at the .raise $42,000. A portion will g beneath it. _
tons of potatoes will go into the I The organizers explained this Battle of Waterloo in 1815, and -
Canada-to- monster tidbit. The pie committee seemed the best way to get it the third the repeal of the repressive -
is experimenting with four first to Denby Dale for the par- corn laws in 1846.
Cuba Miami"peace Saturday marchers"and ran reached into kinds of seasoning. ty, then to Huddersfield for -The pie for Queen Victoria's, I ITS ,6
from a cleaning, then back to Deny -' 1887 jubilee was inedible and I _' I
prompt opposition groupof Before they start assemblingthe
Cuban refugees.The ingredients, the villagers ) Dale for the pie bake. I was buried in quicklime. A sub-1
marchers,who set out last
May 26 from Quebec, bound for ILECTDASHWOOD ,. ... .--"'-' ---r",,
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to pro-' UFers Debut FOR l J
test racial discrimination and U. HICKS I

S.-Cuban relations walked slow' In 'Who's Who9Two I ...- -
ly around the Dade County Court COUNTY COMMISSIONER ," ',;; ::
house for nearly two hours in a, University of Florida i I
hot sun. men made their debut in the "As a Former University of Florida ,
A tight ring of helmeted polcie- 33rd' edition of "Who's Who in I Athlete-I I know what teamwork :" '
men surrounded the marchers;I America" published this week.! is-ELECT me a member of ,., '. i II
but no trouble developed until The men are Dr. Kimball the most important team in Your r. '
five:minutes before the pickets' I Wiles, ,professor in the College County Government." I
planned to disband at 1 pm. 1 of Education, and Dr. E. Travis] Pd. Adv. t ; sP
Then eight young Cubans York Jr.,provost of Agriculture.
scrambled_:______n__ through the police', I
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punches were thrown and two
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taken to jail.
The peace marchers were delayed j
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and related charges. \ ,
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has not validated their and care-free! ,
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Northern Dancer, a

mighty mite with a great closing kick, out-dueled the K t't

favored Hill Rise in the final one-eighth of a mile fora

r.ww m narrow victory in the 90th running of the $156,800 w

Kentucky Derby? at Churchill Downs Saturday in Der-

by record time. _

With controversal Bill Hartack I' "Take care of this for me," he

beating steady tatoo on the told a state trooper standing

Hanks of the Canadian-owned ext to him. "I had to work ,

Northern Dancer the small son hard to get it. ;

of Nearctic took the lead a "Northern Dancer ran just the I

quarter of a mile from home. way I wanted him to. Mr. Luro BILL HARTACK f

Hill Rise, ridden by Willie and I had worked out our strat- He Was First

GAME Shoemaker, challenged at that egy before the race and you can I
(Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) point but he was unable to catch see it paid off." I Bill HartackHad

the flying Dancer who went under Financially, the victory was .

ANDERSON TAMES TIGERS 4-0 the wire a neck in front. worth close to $11,500 for the

veteran jockey who topped the AttentionOn

Four LengthsIt nation's riders in 1955, 1956, 1957

was another four lengths and 1960.Hartack. Hill Rise

back to The Scoundrel, third in long has been a controversial -

Gators Gain Split With'Auburm the field of 12 3-year-olds. Roman figure in the sport, as LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -

Brother was fourth, beatenin he often refused to discuss the
Bill Hartack
Jockey was riding
a photo by The Scoundrel. performances with newsmen
Northern Dancer but his attention

Northern Dancer stepped then and manv times was almost insulting
focused favorite Hill
Charlie Anderson fired a 1 In Friday's game Auburn ace Y"vk r. a' w 4 i f8: kxY miles in two minutes flat, i in his remarks. Rise was Saturday in on the Kentucky

sparkling four-hitter at Auburn I Charles Crysel ran his recordto < ,iSo Nl q' ;1:. Ylae iv q.ywo,4.'T ..feS.let clipped two-fifth of a second off Mighty Cheer Derby."I .

8-0, limiting the Gators to .a.kaJ, Y A:: the Derby record hung up by But there was a mighty cheer

yesterday to give Florida's Ga four hits. gi..".iA ,o', :..' .ta.. .. ,: RC another Hartack ridden and from those who backed the had him in my sights all

tors a split in a rain-plagued 'The Tigers racked Florida's ,.g :P w V Horatio Luro-trained colt in Johnstown, Pa. native as he the time," Hartack said after

,sw' ; SrAa3'c r 4nwE'a.t: scoring his fourth Derby victory
3H ;
baseball series. ,; a 1962 Decidedly. rode to his fourth triumph in the
hits and .V .. r\as.'cV
for 17 :
Danny Eggart .Eau : +t :( ; "> 3 ,. e w)f4a. s.
t ,. .
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.k 't Y- R & '%t' wa gritty
ri ;?a 0. 4eEY'FN. mfAS : ;.n .l. ? Po : Y > l Northern Run for the Roses America'smost
five earned runs. 4 Dancer paid $8.80, ,
The Gators thumped Auburn, horse Northern Dancer.
and Hill Rise returned race.
$3. $3
Barfield and Gerald rapped .' Lai: :
4-0, after dropping a 10-3 con ? 20, : x and $2.60 and The Scoundrel "The best horse won today," "As we came to the stretch,
three hits apiece and four other
test Friday. $3.20. said Shoemaker, who had ridden I was tapping the Dancer every
Tigers had two each. He's good little horse.He's .
step. a
Northern Dancer to victoryin
First baseman Tommy Shannon -: Auburn scored two runs In The Dancer, rolling to his all blood and guts and he
the Flamingo Stakes and the
sixth victory and giving Canadaits
and catcher Dave Porter the third inning, three in the tries hard."
Florida.. Derby before switchingto
first in the Kentucky
were the big batters in yester fifth, one in the eighth and four triumph the second Hill Rise. Hartack brought the little guy

day's win with two hits apiece. fn. the ninth. ,:! x,4.\ ,P. wAZ S .\ x xg. r rXF I ttl choice Derbywas of the crowd estimatedby The victory was the second for out of the middle of the pack,

Florida jumped off to a 1-0 Florida got all its runs in the track officials as "in excess Luro, a native of Argentina anda running with Hill Rise, and took

lead in the second inning, expanded -eighth. of five handicap polo player in the lead in the last quarter.
it to 3-0 in the, sixth AUBURN FLORIDA Eight StraightHill three tries. In addition to Decidedly Hartack said that when he

and added an Insurance run in Martin. 2b abrh 422 Pendley 3b abrh 311 Rise was working on a and Northern Dancer, he got out of bed Saturday morn-
Bibb. ss 61 2 Duncan If 41 f Vic- ing doubts he had about
finished third with Taylor's any
the eighth.BaseJall'S. Barfield 3b 523 Shannon,lb 300 string of eight straight vic
Bachus. cf 41 0 Mntgmry. 2b 301 r '* toria Park in 1960. winning were gone.
Ib 411 Blomgren.rf 301 f f MaeS&AK > tories.
Baynes. .. *
V'tiw..f. -& .v4Mwtfs. Hare! rf 512 Porter c 400 Hartack who got the mounton
Gerelds.If 523 Creese cf 300 CREST
] Doles c SOI Morcroft ss 400 Finishes First in Butterfly Trials Yesterday Morning Northern Dancer when Willie -
Crysel, p 402 Eggart p 210 Shoemaker switched to Hill
Lewter p 101 atones 100 __
Totals 431917 Totals M14 Rise chalked his fourth Derby .
up VV"i
Top TenAMERICAN a AUBURN-struck out .for.....Eggart......002 In fth.030 014-10 Fort Lauderdale PinecrestGirts victory in six tries and his

FLORIDA .......... 000 000 030- 3 third in the last five races.
E: Porter. Morcroft Creese Crysel.
LEAGUE Pendley. Blomgren. PO-A: Auburn: 27 He won with Iron Liege ir
Player, Club G AB R H Pd. 7. Florida: 2712. DP: Crease to Shan
Fregosl LA .......... 13 51 13 22 .431 non to Porter; Duncan to Shannon. LOB: 1957, Venetian Way in 1960 and
Del .......... 9 32 '3 11 .404
Freehan Barfield. 3B
Florida 6. 2B: :
Auburn 10 :
Romano Cle .......... 10 36 0 14 JM Crysel. Barfield. S: Martin. SF: Baynes.IP Race to Easy VictoryThe Decidedly two years ago.
Bressoud Bin ......... 13 55 6 21 .382 H R ER BB SO The four winners left him + a M
Tresh Ny............. 10 31 4 14 .348 7 2.3 2 3 3 5 2 .
..... 10 13.361 Crysel W 1-0
Hansen CM ..... .10 36 1 2
1 0 0
Oliva Min ............ 14 62 13 22 .353 Lewter 1 1.3 g .
Malzone Bin .......... 13 51 5 IS .153 i Eggart L 5-4 17 10 5 2 2 The from Fort Lauderdale -' was third'with 44, Leesburg 39 points with Orlando Bishoj
........ 48 4 U .333 I i U: Batts .. Belbeck. T: 2:29. A: 2050.
Wagner Robinson Bal. .. 12 10 42 8 14 .3 j3 I AUBURN FLORIDA Pinecrest High School roll. fourth with 39 and Miami Ransom Moore following at 22 for fourtland I The victory was worth $114, ,

,Cie'HOME Cleveland; 4 RUNS; I.\tO.\ Kansas Martin Ib ahrh 402,Pendley. 3b abrh 300 ed up an overwhelming totalof fifth. with 22. Sebring at fifth with 19. 300 for E.P. Taylor, owner oj

Wagner City. 4; Gentile. Kansas City. 4; Skowron, Bibb. ss 400 Duncan. If 300 points ,tonight to win the Daytona Beach,Seabreeze was Class AA competition wa::s the Windfields Farm of Toronto,

Washington Allen. Minnesota.4; Romano.3; Allison Cleveland.Minnesota .3 3;; Bachus.Barfield,d 3b 300 400 Mntgmry Shannon.,Ib 2b 2 212 0 q Class A State High School swimming third in the girls' category with scheduled for next weekend. and boosted the colt's total bankroll ? y4G

Zimmer WashIngton. 3. Baynes Ib 400 3lomgren it 31 1 championship.The over two years to $394,872. a:
RUNS BATTED IN Haire. rf 401 Porter c 322 .
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Wagner Cleveland, 14; Stuart Boston. 13; Gerelds. If 400 Elliott,cf 2 01 girls' squad amassed 114 f ,:: : r k .! The race;on this cloudy, over
Battey, Minnesota. 12; Rollins. Minnesota Doles. c 301 aCreese. cf 100 ; ; cast and cool afternoon was y
12; Romano Cleveland, 10. 'Shackleford p 1 0 0 Morcroft ss 4 01 points to their nearest rival's,
NATIONAL LEAGUE b Fryer 100 Anderson,p 300 Riviera Beach 41. billed as a duel between North.
Player, Club G AB R H Pd. Lewter.p 000 Totals 2447
Mays SF .. 12 47 19 23 .489 Totals 32 0 4 In the boys' division, Boca ern Dancer; and Hill Rise- nd

Harness Ny.......... 11 13 3t 55 12 4 23 15 .385.418 -flied grounded out for out Elliott for Shackleford In the 6th In the Raton St. Andrews took the between their two j jockeys. .,;" .,. ,
Santo Chi 11 37 a 14 .378 7thAUBURN Never Too Far "
.. 14 61 8' 22 .361 .. championship 71 points A '
Clemente Pgh ..... 000 000 000-0 .
Cater Phi 28 3 10 .35 FLORIDA ............ 010 002 01 x-. with Pinecrest taking second It turned out just that way, ; ,.4
Mil ....... 15 *4 11 22 ,34 ; M.
Maye PO-A Auburn
Glbb. -
E. Montgomery : f field had one-hal
Stargell Pgh ........ 13 50 I 17 .34 after the gone M
: 24-4. Florida: 279. DP: Barfield 100-yard butterfly girls 1. Sherll .... _
CM 12 SO 10 17 .340 with Shuck and Mr_ n'X
Williams mile ...... Roya1 -" "
Martin to LOB: Auburn: 7 .
to Baynes. Phillips Pinecrest 1:09. 2. Cella Hoff- -- ---
............ 719.339Mays. !
Fox Htn HOME RU16NS56 Chicago Florida Porter.: S I:; Chackelford 26: Shannon,Duncan Porter., Mont.SB: tetter Sebring., Boca Raton. 3. Brenda Dorman I Brick and Win Rad battling for KIRKLAND CROSSES FINISH LINE FIRST

., *San; Howard Francisco.Los I Angeles; Williams A; Allen-, gomery.Pendley. loo-yard butterfly, boys 1, Frank a"w the lead while Hill Rise and Ran Anchor: on Lake Weir 880-Yard Relay
San Francis- IP H RERBBSO Patrick, Bishop Moore :57.5 2, Judson
6 McCovey Dancer being
Philadelphia. ; Shackleford L-13 51-35 3 1 4 5 Craves Bolles. 3. Paul Seng, Leesburg. Northern were
** RUNS BATTED IN Sharpe 2300000Lewter I 100-yard freestyle, girls 1. Susan rated in the middle of the pack,
21 Williams Chi 2 2 1 I 3 1 Palmer Pinecrest. 1:02.8. 2, Loyd Engert -
Mays cago. 13 San; Allen.Francisco.Philadelphia; 13; Howard. Anderson W 3-1' 4 0 0 1 6 Pinecrest. 3, Winnie Griffith. Lees. i but never too far off the pace. Starke PKY
Los Angeles. 12j Maye Milwaukee. 12; WP: Anderson. U: Belbeck & Baits. burg. I Hill Rise running sixth had
_.__..._ .. Pittsburgh 12. T: 2:39. A: 830. 100-yard freestyle boys 1, Pete Seng; ,
.n' eesburg S:51.2. 2, Louis Strehl. Pine- : r a slight margin on the Dancer
crest. 3. Joe Sanders Ransom. >
100-yard backstroke girls 1, Diane -,. i going down the backstretch but

Riviera Nyad. Pinecrest Beach.,3.1:10.4.Merry 2, Jenny Dorman Robin Se- once they hit the final bend, Finish First

Twin Sluggers iring.100-yard backstroke boys 1. Lydon I with one half mile remaining,

Newman. Pinecrest 0:58.6. 2. Dick Mar. j Hartack started his move.
shall St. Andres. 3. Jeff Ambrose, St.
Andres. Shoemaker went at the same

400-yard freestyle girls 1, Pllar N, .. time aboard the star of George '
Athletics Grau. Pinecrest. 5:01.4. 2. Gail Fisher. I In Class A BS

Sink ,Pinecrest.400-yard 4 freestyle, Rozanne, boys Wagner- 1,Seabreeze.Dick Mar. t iit.9, r A. Pope Jr.'s El Peco Ranch. I' ,

hall, St. Andres 4:H.I 2. Ruffle Loblein.St. -... '" : ,3y this time, however, The
Andrews.: 3. Don Beuttenmuller, Cardinal Scoundrel a lightly regarded

'KANSAS CITY (AP) Tony lavito singled home Ed Charles, 100-yard Newman.breaststroke girls 1. Mary : : horse from, Rex Ellsworth's Cal- tar k e utilized overall Shot Mile relay-put Gardner Starke Perry.(S); Phillips 4:44.0. (S)>
Scheahen. Bishop\ Moore. 1:215. 2, Manta. ; Rainwater (P) Loper (S). 510.
Jimmie Hall and P. K. Yonge capi
Oliva, Bob Allison, who had doubled and advancedto Kimball/, Pinecrest.\ 3. Candy- Borthwkk. rit p ,. 'do ,. ifornia stable, moved out of strength Discus Phillips (S); Gardner (S)|
Killebrew tied a Seabreeze. Dowling (S); Loper (S). 142-N6.
and Harmon fourth and stuck his nose to
place talized yesterday
third on an infield out. Kan- 100-yard breaststroke boys -.1. Steve i } on depth Broad lump Freeman (LCha_
major league record with four Vincent Pinecrest 1:01. 2, Forrest Wil- 't.\' in front. and B (P); Roberts (LC); Vames (S). 214.
in the sas City eventually loaded the son, Pinecrest. 3. Don Cooper, Riviera W21 < win the Class A group High lump Crantham (P); tie -
consecutive home runs Beach. .. Only BrieflyHe Brown (S), Strfcklarwt

; 5-2.
11th inning and powered the bases, but pinch hitter Bill Bryan 200-yard freestyle relay, girts- 1, Pine t rON held the lead only briefly. track meets- at the Universityof CLASS B
struck out the crest; Englert, Fisher Wiersum and _( Shot Put 1. Newberry (PKY) 46'4'A
Minnesota Twins to a 7-3 victoryover ending inning. Hyde; 1:54.6.2. Seabreeze. 3, Mount Dora.200yard .v Hartack brought the Dancer up Florida ovaL 2. King (C'jl 3. Campbell (Br); 4. Paulson
freestyle relay boys 1, (SF); 5. Davis (NM).
Kansas City Saturday MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY Ransom; Robertson, Clifford Sanders ;P.'i7'.'':<':''''"''"'>''''''''-- "'''''-''-,'< '-> with one quick move and stuck The Tornadoes compiled 90% Broad Jump 1. Jinrlght wrv't
abrhbi abrfebl and Spire; 1:39.6.. 2, St. Andrews 3. 2. Kirkland U.WH 3. Wolcott (C); 4.
night. Rillins 3b 5110 Mathews Cf 500 0 his head in front with one- from Smith (LW); 5. Donaldson (Me) and
Twins be- Oliva rf 5243 Causey ss 5000 YOUR MARK, GET SET. .. quarter mile remaining.Hill points to run away Perry Leatherwood (SF) tie.
The power-laden Allison Ib 5111 Charles 3b 5230 Discus W 2. Paulson
L King (C) 1361 ; -
the third team to hit four Hall d 5111 Gentile Ib 1 011 Bowles.BULLETIN They're Off in Swimming Meet Rise was no better than and Lake City in Class A, and (SF), 3. Campbell (Br); 4. Presnell
came Killebrew If 5 2 2 2 Edwards lb 2000 (SF); 5. DIxon (Du).
homers in a row. Cleveland did Green If 0000 Corvto hilt 4111 fourth coming into what i is PKY picked up 57 to take B 120 HH 1. Leatherwood (SF) 15.9;
Battey c 5020 Lau c 4022 known at Churchill Downs as 2. Johnston (PKY); X Fitzpatrlck (C);
it against Los Angeles in the Vena lies SS 5 0 0 0 Rynolds If '2010 LOS ANGELES (AP-Duke laurels. 4. Dally (CR); 5. Hinton (PKY).
last July Allen 2b 4000 Jimenez 1000 Mo/or "Heartbreak Lane." 100 yd dash 1. Wolcott (C) 10.5;
American League Stange p 3000 Cimoll\ rf 101 Snider's two-run homer in.the STANDINGS second in A with ,.2. Cook (SFl;. 3. Prulrt (NM); 4. Key
while Milwaukee did it against Daitey p 0000 Tartabull 111010 He swung to the middle of the I Perry was CM and Wolcott (C) tie.
: Fischer p 0000 D.Green 2b Sill ninth tied the game 4-4 and sent league 220 yd dash 1. Key (CM 23.9 2.
moved into challenging
Cincinnati in t b e National 'Pleis D 0000 bAluslk ills the San Francisco Giants and track and a 39* points and Lake City third Kara (PKY); 3. Sandita (KM); 4. Thorn
eMIncher 1000 eWllfms 2b 1 0 0 0Arrlgo position but the Dancer with 37.Following as (SF); 5. King (C).
League in 1961. p 0000 Monfgudo p 2 010 the Los Angeles Dodgers into Mil run 1. Munden (PKY) 5:02 2.
Four Homers Wyatt pO"clBryM AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE still held a two length advantage Grabble. (Du); L Wells (PKY); 4.
1000 extra innings Saturday night. Wj Last Pd. Behind WM Last Pd. Behind PKY in B were Bunsetmeir (SF); 5. AsbeM (Cr).
also became the Cleveland ......7 3TOO when they had only an
Minnesota Pfister p 0000 Philadelphia .10 3 .769zSan 110 relay 1. Smith Ockcosz Wen-
Handrah'n p .0. Frank Howard's two homers Minnesota .....9 t ..6002 Francisco 8 4 .667 148 of a mile left. Citrus Co. 48; Lake Weir, 47; renberg, Kirkland (LW) 1:348; 2. Citrus
third team to hit four bases- Trials 44 711 7 Totals ........6 4 .600 1 ....... eighth '
39 3 8 3aGrounded bad helped the Dodgers to a 4-2 Chicago xSt. Louis 9 6 .600 2 X P. K. Yonge; 4. Santa Fa; 5. North
homers in one, inning. out for Reynolds In 7th; Detroit ........8 4 .571 1 Milwaukee ......9 A .600 2 Shoemaker also applying his Santa Fe, 45%; Chiefland 14%; Marlon.
empty b-Intentionally walked for D. Green In lead before Snider connected. Baltimore .....6 A .500 2 xPittsbUrgh ....7 7 .500 3' 6 440 yd dash 1. RoUnd (Ou) S4J, J.
The New York Giants were the th> c-Ran for Alusik In Vth; O-Struck New York ....... S 5 .300 2 CInCInnati ...... 7 S .M.7 4 whip liberally, drove within a North Marion, 11; Bronson ; Corbin (Ch); 3. Bedford (C); .4. Arwood
the Indians out for Wyatt In 9th; e-Fouled out for Washington ....7 f .438 3 xChIcago ....... 5 7 ...,7 4\2 of Northern Dancer in the Crystal River 3%; DunneHon,' (Me); 5. Luca (PKY).
first to do it in 1939 and Pleas In lain.Minnesota Los Angeles ..... 6 8 ..42 3 .,2 5xLos neck 180 yd LH -1. Brvok (LW); 2. Johnston
Poor Boston : ..... 8 J8S 3tt.Til lei.... 1 10 ..412 5 strides but he couldn't Melrose 3 Williston, 3; (PKY) 3. Hinton PKY) 4. Daitey
did it with their, consecutive .............. 002 00 Ml 04-1 Eighth Kansas City ....1 4 ....... closing 3%; ; ; .( ;
Kansas ......... .. New York 3 11 .2l4 m (CR); 5. Fitzpatrick (C)
City 000 lOt 2elII
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS catch the Canadian flash. Starke showed tremendous
homers last season. 880 yd run 1. Wynn (LW) 2:07J;
two-run E-None. PO-Minnesota 33-14, Kansas NEW'YORK (APChateau- Washington 5. New York 4, 10 innings YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Bill Rise had a -length lead and BeD 0. 2. Eggert (PKY); 3. Rees (WI); 4. Hiera
Oliva, who cracked a City 3310. Monteagudo.. Cause: Cleveland 4, Baltimore 4 U Innings x-played night gene. (PKY); 5. Beauchamp (Ch).
homer in the third, started the and D. Green Allen Versalles. and Alll gay,,the winner of the Kentucky Detroit 4, Boston 0 New York 3. Onctnnatl 0 on The Scoundrel on the offida Sprint medley 1. Benwood Brown
son; Rollins. Allen and Allison. LOB-V Chicago 3, Los Angel 1 Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia S CLASS A Wolcott. Roberts (C) 2:084; 2. Lake
rout with none out off Danny Minnesota 4, Kansas City 8. Derby last year, finished eighth Minnesota 7.. Kansas Oty>i' 11 innings San Francisco at Los Angeles night chart. The Scoundrel was a nose High hurdles Sealey (S); Rlckehon Weir 3. Santa Fe; 4. Dumellon 5
JB-Battey. Charles. 38-Lau. HR-, in the twilight. (P); Jordan ( North Marlon.
Athletics' third $57,700 Carter Handicapat Pittsburgh at St. Louis. night front of Roman Brother Pus
Pfister, the Oliva 2. Killebrew 2. Allison Hall. SB- Kansas City ..... 4 t J33 4 Chicago at Houston, night.SUNDAY'S in 100 dash (S); ereSI Rainwater High Jump 1, Buck (SF) STT't 2.
pitcher. Allison and Hall followed -Charles. Aqueduct Saturday in his first SUNDAY'S GAMES Then, in order, came 'Quac- (P); Carter (S). 10-S. Roland (Du) and Leatherwood (SF) .
IP H R ERBBSCxStang Washington\ (Stenhouse M and Narum 1- GAMES MILE RUN P. Lawson (S); Agner tie; 4. Hinton (PKY); 5. Henrood (C).
before Pfister was replaced ........1 4333 4 start as a 4-year-old. 0) at New York (Downing 04 and rangle, Mr. Brick Mr. Moon- (P); Thomas (S); Murphy (P). 4:41..5. Mile. relay I. Wynn Tahlier Ockosz.
Dalley.......... 1-31 000 at 133 Terry 0-0) Chicago (Ellsworth 1-2 or Norman 0-2) K. Iishkoodah 880 relay Lake City; Stark 1:33.7. Kirtland (LW) 3:41J 2. Dunoelton\ ; 3.
by Vern Handrahan. Fischer ........ 1-3 0 1 0 2 I Ahoy, top-weighted Los Angeles (McBride 1-3 and Newman at Houston (Johnson 2.2)V light Dandy 440 dash Mangel (L.Ci Varnes (S); P. K. Yonge 4. Citrus County A. ChlefefMd.
Killebrew whose solo home Pleis '"._._.... 1-30000 pounds, won the seven-furlong 1-0) Chicago (PUarro HIf New York (Fisher 0-1 H) al Wil Bad, Extra Swell and Royal Noeget (S); Chamberlain LC). 53... .
Arrigo. W. 1-0 ... 2 2' 1 1 hardt 1kIz1Clevellnd Cincinnati (Purkey 0-1 and O'Toole Low hurdles Shaw (P): Sealey (S); Poll vault ($F\ 1VO"> 2.
run in the ninth gave the Twinsa Monteagudo ....7 5 2 2 1 2 race by two lengths in 1:2135and Grant 1-1 and John 04) at: 2-1) Shuck. DUson (P); Conner (S). 225. Johnston ( KY)11.a.B: Baumsteln (PKY);
Wyatt ... 2 2 1 1 1 Baltimore (McNally 1-0 and Roberts San Francisco(Marshal 34) at'Los Angeles Grin 180 run- H. Lawson (S); StricklandP 4. Stratton and Goolsby LW).
3-% lead then connected for yPflster. L 41 .. 1 3 S 3 1 C: paid $6.10 54.50 and 330. 10)Detroit (Padres 0-1 or Wiltttlte W Big ( Brown (S); Bradley (S). 2:03.8. Key (PKY) P. K. Yong (C) Citrus
the fourth homer of the 11th. Handrahan .... 1 1 I 1 0 I, Red Gar finished second andpaid (Regan 1-2) at Boston (Lamabe \ There was a big grin on the Sprint medley relay Starfce Lake County (LW) Lake Weir (SF) Santa
Pittsburgh (Vale 1.2) at St. Louis Bragito .
x-Faced 1 man In 9M1 y-Faced : 20)Minnesota City; Perry. 2:09.0. f (Br) Bronson Chi Chiefland -
The Athletics tied the game men in 11th.PaBI"ey.. $13.90 and $7.20. Gun Bow (Kaat 2-0 and Roland nil at 2-1) face of Hartack as he was hand- 220 dash Mangel (LC); Shaw (P); (CR) .Crystal River (WI) WUIistonDu .
U Flaherty. Carrigan Kansas City (Scald 1.2 and O'Dono- PhlladelphilMahaffey 14) at,Milwaukee I fSLLC); tie Carter (S). Noeoel ( ) Cunn i oo (Me) Malras (NM)
3-3 In the ninth when Rocky Cat Hall, Hurley. T- :13. A-4.159. was third and paid $3 to show. flhuo M or Pfister CHI) (Fischer 2-0) ed a replica of the tt phy. North Marion -

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Skowron Strokes Single, f h pyy.k a Indians Clip Birds in 13th


Senators Top Yankees 5-4 BALTIMORE (AP) The er Harvey Haddix with a single, ground out | But Adair dropped a double It

American League-leading Cleveland his third hit of the game, and Lefty Jack Kralick was within front of right fielder Smith and I

Indians scored three runs continued to second when left one out of his third victory pinch hitter Boog Powell doubled

NEW. YORK (AP) Bill from the bench by manager Gil from a 4-1 deficit to force the I in the 13th inning on two hits- fielder Russ Snyder. fumbled the after Held hit his homer off Dick over Davallio's head in cen
(Moose) Skowron stroked a Hodges to hit for Don .Blasin- game into extra innings, threatened ball. Hall in the 12th.HardHitting. ter to tie the score again.
hit 'to tie it again i ntheir half 'one of, them a bunt-and held .
after Kennedy had a -
pinch hit single, driving in John oue-out game triple off Bud Daley, of the 10th. With two out Tommy I 'off the Baltimore Orioles 6-4 Haddix the fifth Oriole pitcher *

Kennedy with a 10th inning run, Tresh doubled but Jim Duck. Saturday. then hit Leon Wagner witha
fourth Yankee pitcher.
that the Sen .v : pitch and walked Al Smith intentionally Romano
gave Washington traded awabv worth, fourth Washington pitcher -
Mt ose, "
Little Vic Davallio started the to load the bases.
ators a 5-4 victory over the New Yankees last year hit a 2-2 got Joe Pepitone, to ground

York Yankees Saturday, pitch over shortstop Tony Ku- weird rally off relief pitch- Joe Azcue hit a sacrifice fly Struck on Right Hand
1 I out.Jim
Skowron, nursing a pulled beck's head to break a 4-4 tie. King starred for the Sen- CLEVELAND BALTIMORE to score the ,tie-breaking run.It

groin muscle was summoned I I The Yankees, who had rallied ators both on offense and de Howser is akrhbi 5120 Brandt cf abrhbl 5.1. was the last ball hit out of the I BALTIMORE (AP) John the right hand by a pitched ball
I Davallllo cf 6 2 31 Aparlclo u 6 01 I infield during the inning The hitter
Romano leading on the
fense. He smashed a three-run Wagner If 5111 Gaines '4000 Saturday and had to be removed
I homer into the third tier in right Romano c 1000 Snyder If 0100 other runs scored on a bunt by Cleveland Indians, was hit on
aRamos 0000 Siebem Ib 6140 from the I
field to give the Senators a 4-1 Smith rf 31 0 Onlno c 6010 Max Alvis and a wild pitch. game.
Mathews r :A fr j : Whitfield Ib 1000 AoblMon: S 110 SteakEatersCHUGWATER
bAzcue c 4021 Bowens rf 6022 Baltimore, which rallied to tie The Cleveland catcher, who
lead.With Fr'c'na rf-lb S 110 A4alr 2b 5111
the score tied at 4-4 in Alvis 3)1 611 1 Pappas Pl' 0 the scOre 3-3 in the 12th after entered the
AP- game against the
Held 61 31 Mccomvk p l 111 Wyo. (
Ii the ninth, he raced back to the ''dl2p 5000 cJohnson 1000! Woody Held homered for Cleveland The Chugwater high school basketball I
Abernathy p 0101 Miller p 0000 I Baltimore Orioles with a .400
Win tried again in the 13th.
Pace Brave fence in front of the Yankee NORM SIEBERN McMahon p 0 .0. dBrown 1000 team really feasted on

bullpen and made a one-handed Four Hits Powell Hall p 0000 1011 I A walk and Norm Siebern's steaks after the state tournament average was struck on the

catch of Kubeck's bid for a fSavcrlnc 0000Haddlx fourth hit chased relief pitcher knuckles by a pitch thrown by I
p 00.01
MILWAUKEE (AP) Eddie urday behind the pitching of homer. Totals 47113) Totals 414134a Ted and he Milt Pappas in the third inning.
Bert Greene -Ran for Romano In 3rd Grounded Abernathy was replaced Ervine Kline promised the

Mathews and Joe Torre broke Bob Sadowski. I II Steve Ridzik, who permittedone for out for McCormick WhltfiaM In In tth"3rd;tf c.Popped-Struck out for: 'by Don McMahon. After 10-man() squad steak dinners if Romano was taken to Union ..

out of batting slumps with four Mathews, who carried a .176 run in 31-3 innings, was Miller In intii Doubted for Hall In striking out two batters, McMahon it won 15 games during the sea- Memorial Hospital for Xrays.
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12th; -Raft for Powell In 12th.
hits each as the Milwaukee 1 credited with the victory his Takes SEC 'yielded a run-scoring sin son qualified for the state tour-
batting average into the game, Cleveland ......_.. 200 000 000 001 3-4 ,
......... gle to Sam Bowens but retired Pappas, who developed a
Braves mounted their mightiest homer with second against one defeat. Battimtr MO toe SOS 01 1-4 ney or'won the state champion-!
cracked his second
E-Wagner, Snyder. POVWBaltlmoro Jerry Adair on a game-ending He lost all .. blood blister under the nail of
attack of the season and mauledthe one aboard and collected three WASHINGTON aNEW YORK 3M7. Cleveland 3M4. DP Robinson. ship. on three
al.r II alt r II III Golf CrownATHENS Adalr and Siebern; Held, Hawser and counts. the middle finger on his right
Philadelphia Phils 11.2 Sat- singles while Torre had two Zlmmer 3b 3100 Kubek ss 5000 Whitfield; Kralkk Held and Francona
and Kennedy 3b 1 1 1 0 Rlcn'dson 2b 5 1 1 0 Orsino and Aparlcto 2. LOB-Cleveland .. Chugwater, enrollment 44, defeated -hand, was relieved by Mike McCormick
doubles two singles, driving Blas'ame 2b 41 2 0 Lopez If 5111 Baltimore! 102BDa.aJllIo. Stands Alone
PHILADELPHIA nlIbl MILWAUKEE ab r Ia'" in two runs. dSkowron' 1. 1 1 Howard c 5110 Ga. (AP) The ,Azcue Adair Powell. HR Kaycee, 65-57, for the after Romano was
If 5231 i 'I eCottier 2b 0000 Tresh cf 4121 final round of the Southern Intercollegiate -Held. SB-Davallllo 2. Aparlclo Wagner..
Taylor 2b 4010 Maya state
Hinton H 5000 SF ,
4010 If 0000CalllsOn Peptone Ib 4001 -Adalr Azcue. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) struck.
Allen 3b Carty The Braves clobbered five King rf 3113: Gonzalez rf 2020 golf tournameni t IP H R ERBBSO
rf 4111 Mathews 3b 6 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 I Phillips Ib 3110 Brumley c 4000 Pappas ....... 2235 2 2 1 0 Only one filly Regret in 1915,
Gonzalez cf 4000 Wood'ard 3b for 17 hits
Philadelphia pitchers Hunt cf 4010 was canceled because McCormick- .
Bouton p 2010 Saturday s 1a 2 0 1 0 6
Covington If 4 1 2 1 Aaron rf 4231Herrnsfn their I Brlnkman $I 10 0 0 aMantle 1000 Miller .......no....2 2 0 II 1 1 has won the Kentucky Derby.
lb 3 0 0 0 Carlson rf 1 0 0 0Dalryple as the Phils suffered only of rain. W
Osteen p 2010 Stafford p 0000 Hall _._........ 2 2 1 1 ''0 3 I
c 3 0 0 0 Alou cf 4101 third defeat in 13 starts. Bridges p 0000 RemH p 0000 Haddlx U 0-2 .... 1 2 3 3 1 1
Wine Culp p s* 3000 0000 Cline Bailey cf c 3102 0000 Ridzik p 1000 bBlanchard 1000 Championships were decidecon I Krallck .'-..... 112-310 4 2 3 5 In order to win the National or'
cValentlne 1000 Daley p 0000 Abernathy W, 1-0 1-3 1 1 1 1 0
Green aHoak p 0000 1000 Torre Bolting Ib 25 3010 5042 Sadowski, giving up five hits, Duckworth p 0 0 0 0 the basis of the first ,tw p>> McMahon ..... 1 1 0 0 0 2 American League batting cham-
Totals 3S S 0 4 Totals M 4 13 HBP-By Pappas (Romano), Haddix
Duren p 0000 Menke ss 4111 had his shutout spoiled in.,the rounds of play pionship a player must have the
bBriggs 0000 Sad 'skl 4110 a-Fhed out for Bouton In 6th; to- Wagner) WP-Hllddlx. PB-orslno. U- @m
Boozer 0000 p ninth when Johnny Callison and Fanned for Reniff In tth; c-Filed out OiMuro Paparella, Umont and Drum- and IQ)
p for Ridzik In 10th <1-Singled for Blas- Wake Forest declared the mond. T-4:00. A-4,974. highest batting average ap-
Baldschun p 1 0 0 0 slammed solo was !
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Totals 31 2 5 2 Totals 311117IIa
10th., team in the Southem .
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waukee 2710. DP-Menke, Boiling and Pe ltone; Richardson. Pepitone; Hinton :
Torre. LOB-Philadelphia 4. Milwaukee Phillips; Boyer Richardson, Pepitone. ference crown. A PORTABLE
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awesome attack on par knocking '(AP) Ron Hansen's and the wildness of Los Angeles After intentionally passing I GAINESVILLE Acres Free Forking
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206 and a firm bold on first contrast to Friday's wild, windy LOS ANGELES.b r h bi CHICAGO ab r h bi 'tory over the Angels Saturday Hershberger with the other run-

f place in golfing's Tournament afternoon, Nicklaus broke '. y Pearson cf 10 0 0 H'shb'ger ct 310 0 The Sox gained their fourth ners moving up.

F 1 of Champions Saturday. through what had been an even Moran Fregosl:3t u 4000 4030 Buford Robinson 2b rf 4010 101 0 straight triumph in- the first The Angel starter was removed -
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Skowron Strokes, Single. it Indians Clip Birds in 13thBALTIMORE I

Senators Top Yankees 5-4 (AP) The er Harvey Haddix with a single, ground out. j But Adair dropped a double It

American League-leading Cleve- his third hit of the game, and' Lefty Jack Kralick was within front of right fielder Smith and

.-- :: Q< o-.va 1t.j.7 land Indians scored three runs continued to second when left one out of his third victory pinch hitter Boog Powell dou- I

NEW. YORK (AP) Bill from the bench by manager Gil from a 4-1 deficit to force the +1: yl'Y\ in the 13th hits- fielder Russ Snyder fumbled the after Held hit his homer off Dick bled over Davallio's head in center
inning on
Don into extra innings, threatened two Hall in the 12th. to tie the score
(Moose) Skowron stroked a Hodges to hit for .Blasin- game 1\ ball. I again.
'to tie it again i ntheir half one of them a bunt-and held
after Kennedy had hit a
pinch hit single, driving in John oiie-out game triple off Bud Daley, of the 10th.. With two out Tommy ___off, the Baltimore Orioles 6-4 I Haddix the fifth Oriole pitcher "S *

Kennedy with a 10th inning run doubled but Jim Duck r then hit Leon Wagner with
Tresh Saturday.
that gave the Washington Sen-, fourth ose Yankee, traded pitcher.M awa bv .*. worth, fourth Washington pitcher i a pitch and walked Al Smith intentionally Hard-Hitting Romano J
Little Vic Davallio started the to"load the bases.
ators a 5-4 victory over the New Yankees last year, hit a 2-2 got Joe Pepitone ground

York Yankees Saturday. i pitch over shortstop Tony Ku-' out.Jim weird rally off relief pitch- Joe Azcue hit a sacrifice fly Struck on Right Hand

Skowron, nursing a pulled beck's head, to break a 4-4 tie. King starred for the Sen- CLEVELAND ALTIMOREbrkbi to score the ,tie-breaking run. It -

groin muscle, was summoned I I The Yankees, who had rallied ators both on offense and. de, Howser ss a 5120 Brandt ef brhbi 5010 was the last ball hit out of the BALTIMORE (AP) John the right hand by a pitched ball
D v.llllo Cf 4 2 31 Apariclo u .0011 infield. during the inning, The Romano leading hitter the
three-run on
fense. He smashed a Wagner If 5111 Gaifxs If 4000 Saturday and had to be removed
homer into the third tier in right! dha, Romano c 1000 Snyder If 0100 other runs scored on a bunt by Cleveland Indians, was hit on
aRamos 0000 Slebern 1b 6 1 10 from the
Torre field to give the Senators a 4-1 Smith rf 3100 Orsino c 6010 Max Alvis and a wild pitch. game. '"
Mathews Whitfield 1b 1000 AobiMon 3b 5 1 10 Steak-Eaters

lead.With Fr'c'na bAicue rf-lb 4021 5010 Adair Dowens 2b rf 6022 5111 Baltimore, which rallied to tie The Cleveland catcher, who

the score tied at 4-4 in Alvin 3f> 4011 Pappas p ISO the score 3-3 in the 12th after entered the
I Held 2b 4131 McCorm'k p 1 0 0 0 CHUGWATER, Wyo. AP- game against the |
back to the' ... ..++sca'aN Kralich 5000 Woody Held homered for Cleve-
the ninth, he raced :"'"- p cJofeuon 1 000
Ii l$ fi}!; Chugwater high school basketball -
Abernathy pO 0 0 0 Miller p 0000 Baltimore Orioles with a .400 f
land tried in the 13th.
Pace Brave Win ; fence in front of the Yankee I' NORM SIEBERN McMahon p 0 0 0 0 dBrown 1000 team really feasted on
Hall p 0000 average, was struck on the
and made one-handed Four Hits
bullpen Powell 1011 A walk and Norm Siebern's steaks after the state tourna-

!catch of Kubeck's bid for a I fSaverln Haddix p 0000 0000 Fourth hit chased relief pitcher ment. knuckles by a pitch thrown by
MILWAUKEE (AP) Eddie urday behind the pitching of homer. Totals 474IIS Total 44114 Milt Pappas in the third inning.
Ted and he
I Abernathy
was re- Ervine Kline
Bert Greene --Ran for Romano In 3rd; Grounded promised t he
Mathews and Joe Torre broke Bob Sadowski. Steve Ridzik, who permittedone for out for McCormlck Whitfield In In Ith 3rd;;d c--Popped Struc*- out for placed by Don McMahon. After 10-man( squad steak dinners if Romano was taken to Union .

out of batting slumps with four Mathews, who carried a .176 run in 313 innings, was I Miller 12th f-Ral'l In lathe for Doubled Powell In 12th.for Hall la striking out two batters, McMahon it won 15 games during the season Memorial Hospital for Xrays.

hits each as the Milwaukee credited with the victory his Takes SEC 'yielded a run-scoring sin qualified for the state tour-
batting average into the game, Cleveland ......_.. 2M 00* OM Mi 3-4
........ to Sam Bowens but Pappas, who developed a
gle retired
Braves mounted their mightiest cracked his second homer with second against one defeat. I altlmer MO 00* 000 01 1-4E ney or-won the state champion-
Snyder. PO-A-Baltimore Jerry Adair on a game-ending blood blister under the nail of
attack of the season and mauledthe one aboard and collected three WASHINGTON NEW YORK 3-17. Cleveland 3M4. DP Robinson, ship. He lost on all three
abrhbl abrhbiZlmmer Golf CrownATHENS Adair and Slebern Held Howser and counts. the middle finger on his right
Philadelphia Phils 11-2 Sat. singles, while Torre had two 3b 3100 Kubek ss 5000 Whitfield: Kralfck, Held and Franeona;
and Kennedy 3t> 1 1 1 0 Rlch'dson 2b 5 1 1 0 Orsino and Aparlclo 2. LOB-Cleveland I. Stands Alone Chugwater, enrollment 44, defeated ', hand, was relieved by Mike McCormick -
doubles two singles, drivingin .
Blas'ame 2b 4 1 2 0 Lopez If 5111 Baltimore IG.2BDIVlllllo
PHILADELPHIA abrhbl MILWAUKEE abrhN two runs. dSkowron 1011 Howard e 5110 Ga. (AP) The ,Azcue. Adair, Powell. HR Kaycee, 65-57, for the after Romano was
Center 2b 0000 Tresh cf 4121 final round of the Southern -Held. SB-Oavallllo 2, Aparlclo Wagner.
3231 In-
Taylor 2b 4010 Maye If 0000Calllson Hinton U 5 0 0 Pepttone 1b 4001 SF-Adalr, Azcue. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) state championship. struck.U" .
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Gonzalez cf 4000 Wootfard 3t for hits
Philadelphia pitchers 17 Hunt cf 4010 Bouton p 2010 canceled Saturday becauseof McCormIck ..... 51-3 2 I 004 '
Covington If 4 1 2 1 Aaron rf 4231Herrnsfn their Brlnkman ss 10 0 0 aMantle 1000 Miller ..........2 2 0 0 1 4 has won the Kentucky Derby. .
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Wine Dairy pie c 3000 3000 Alou CUrv cf cf 4101 0000 third defeat in 13 starts. Bridges 0000 Remff p 0000 Haddlx L. 0-2 .... 1 2 3 3 1 1 .,' m" ,
CuIP p ss 0000 Bailey c 3102 Ridzik p 1000 bBlanctiard 1000 Championships were decidedon Krellck ........ 113.310 1 235 In order to win the National or .""
cValentlne 1000 Daley p 0000 Abernathy W, 1-0 131 1 1 1 0
Green aHoak p 0000 1000 Torre Boiling 1b 2b 5042 3010 Sadowski, giving up five hits, Duckworth p 0 0 0 O' the basis of the first two McMahon ...... 1 1 0 0 0 2 American League batting championship -

Duren p 0000 0000 Menke Sado'sU ss 4110 4111 :had his shutout spoiled in,,the Totals.-Flied_ out 3S,I for. 4 Bouton Totals In_ 6th 3S;4 b-I 1a rounds of'play. Wagner HBP-By). WP-Haddlx.Pappas rJ.omanoJ.PB-Orsino Haddix. U- a player must have the r@}
Boozer bBrlggs 0000 p ninth when Johnny Callison and Fanned tor Reniff In 9th; c-Flled out DiMuror Paparella, Umont and Drum- and l.I0
p highest batting
for Ridzlk In 10th; -Singled for Bias- Wake Forest declared the mond. T-4:00. A 4:m. average ape
Baldschun 1 0 0 0 was
Totals 31 2 5 2 Totals 31111?Ua Wes Covington solo Ingame In 10th; e-Ran' for ,Skowron In,
10th., team in the South.
-Struck out for Green In 3rd- b- nome champion
Walked for Duren In 5th. < runs.Large Washington ............. 000 013 000 1-5 Intercollegiate Tournament
Philadelphia ........... 000 000 002- I New York .....:...... 000 Oil 010 0-4E ern ELECT the finest gift you
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Milwaukee 3M HI Sl -11E -Zimmer, Brlnkman. PO-A-Washington can give. .
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;;1 SpotS: Georgia Tech,. Pe.nnState,. Alabama l .

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This is an election year and there are many politicians Miami,. of course, and Georgia in Jacksonville, through 1970.

around who are running scared.That's We will have at least four or five home games, pending on ::

whether we play FSU or Miami in Gainesville. It likely will
of Florida athletic director and
where University be a 5-1 for us with Georgia in Jacksonville'and the other
head football coach Ray Graves hasit'all over the officeseekers. -
.aan game either at Miami or FSU.
He's already been "elected" to his second four-year
"Our chances of getting prime intersectional games are

term in Gatorland. His new contract goes through 1967. somewhat limited since we are committed to six SEC

It was with the idea of evaluating first "term of officeGraves' /" Y games and FSU and Miami. But in the future we do play
3M1 four' year as UF football boss, in mind that a visit
Northwestern Illinois, Air Force and Oklahoma and I havea
was made last week to the No. 1 Gator's den. tentative date with Michigan. Most of the top intersectionalgames

With the ever-present cigar in hand Graves puffed a cloudat "Let's remember that the State of Georgia built the new we caD get would like to play us home -and home.
basis. This is somewhat difficult for us to work In all the
'' and reminisced:
? the ceiling basketball coliseum there. We would like one, too, as well as
State 1962 and Alabama last time. We do have Northwestern that way and perhaps Michi
Tech 1960 Penn ;
"Georgia ; other facilities (in answer to a question regarding a lighted "
Those are the high spots of the past four years, I'd gan. :
year. baseball field and an indoor swimming pool) but we'll have orAllvays

'say," Graves began. to make the money first ourselves." Those IFs
Giving the problem more thought, the UF boss took the The Gator boss was quick to defend the SEC against re- _

other road. "I'd say the fact that we have not yet been ableto cent charges hurled by one-time Georgia grid great Johnny Reminiscing again over four years that has produced an I

6 give the Florida fans what they really want most, a South- Rauch, now a pro scout, that the SEC is a "stereotyped" overall 26-14-2 mark and a 15-9-1 in SEC play, Graves came :

eastern Conference championship, would have to be our big &.league with the emphasis on defense. up with this.

gest disappointment."I'm "I know Johnny Rauch made that statement and it has a "You know, in 1960 I think the loss of halfback Doug' Par-

four lot of faults. Why there isn't a more stereotyped football tin in the Georgia Tech game and the fact that captain-elect
satisfied overall. After years we are more
aware of very our problems, more aware of the challenge to be team in tfie country than Ohio State. Everyone knows Woody Danny Royal has to give up football due to a head injury

met Our goal has been to put Florida into the top drawer of (OSU coach Woody Hayes) is going to run. Definitely there might have been the little something extra we needed. Partin
has been trend in recent toward offense was six when he hurt ,
a years more andI averaging over yards a carry was -
with the have
the SEC sooner but I'm pleased progress we
made." think in the SEC that we have a better balance betweenthe and you remember how short of halfbacks we were by

two. mid-year. In a game like the one with Auburn, a fine boy

Chances Are like Partin might have won it for us. And that ." Here,

Vi DecreasingA First, You Need a Passer"After Graves trailed off knowingly. Ole Miss was 5-0-1 in 1960 to

the UF's 5-1-0 in the final
realist about the future, Graves is the first to admit
r"z that each new finds ,the Gators' chances of achievingtheir all, you fit your game ta your personnel. I'd like "And," he picked up, "in 1961 we lost 17 boys academically .
to pass, too. But if you don't have a passer like George Miraor before the season, nine' or 10 of whom would have beenon
goal decreasing.
prime perhaps
Tom Myers and a flanker like Paul Flately, you don't the first two teams. In 1962 the second half of the Duke

"Fans and alumni must realize that we have an academic pass very well, if at all. I think overall' defense in the SECis game has to be one of our greatest setbacks. And last year, ,

problem as do Tech, Vandy and Tulane. We have a tremendous better but in the past such teams as Georgia, Kentucky, I said before the season started that fullback Jim O'Don-

academic reputation. Our graduation requirements are Mississippi, for example, have been among the national lead nell was our most valuable performer. He was hurt in the i. I

stiff. I don't think oUr. fans and alumni are aware that 15-20 ers in offense." first half against Tech in our opener.

of the top athletes in the state are not recruited, even more, Graves let out a string of short puffs on his cigar like a "Oh, yes! Don't forget our failure to score from the one- 4

_. '.<
... RAY GRAVES PUFFS ON CIGAR percentage of them would wind up at Florida if'academics what we promised the fans when we came here. We go out Here Graves scowled, bit into his cigar with distaste and .

" i I> Looks Back Over Four-Year Span I I were not a stumbling block. and try to win-all the time. We don't play just to keep from shook his head.Somehow .

getting beat. I'm giving Florida fans the kind of football I it brought to mind the axiom of "Close, but no 4
"Our chances of success will decrease unless there is a "
promised them. In four
cigar. under
years Ray Graves and Co., the Gators

Store quicker" upgrading of requirements for SEC athletic scholar- The future of Florida football, schedule-wise, is going to have been close. Occasionally, there,has been a cigar. "

Variety ships. make Gator fans, especially the home crop, happy."We'll ,..a

Graves noted that, ,". under, the sponsorship of Dr. Reitz have at least seven games within the state every Apparently, In the league that Is SEC football, the trick ;f

(UF president J. Wayne Reitz), the move to get more equal year from now on," Graves said. "We always have FSU and is to keep the bell ringing.
ized requirements for scholarships was passed last year." ks
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Seeks Initial Under the new system, candidates for an athletic scholar- .

ship must meet a requirement of a certain score on var- j

ious entrance tests or must have a B average in high school.

Graves said, "The SEC requirement does not supersede any TUESDAY AT CITY PARK

; Victory Today state laws, .incidentally.. An athlete who is entitled by state

law to enroll at his state university merely by having a high-

school diploma may still do .so. However, he is NOT eli-

t Gainesville Variety Store land; Cedar Key at Williston; gible for a scholarship.". Budweiser

1 seeks its first victory of the in Gainesville at Yankeetown.May The' financial picture of a big-time athletic program, as is Seeking No.4

fant season here today in a the UF's is a continuing headache, too.

Central Florida Baseball 31 Chiefland at Yan "We get less and less scholarship money from the race '-" \

League game against Chiefland. keetown Williston; Newberry at Cedar track fund," Graves said. "It is being split more ways now. Budweiser, unbeaten and I Highlands Presbyterian goes' hits for Kanapaha. Fulks led Ho Groover;
Key at Gainesville.June .
Gainesville, which lost its ; In addition, about four years ago they said a scholarshipwas unscored on in three games to :after win No. 4 when it meets LDS with two safeties. Brown and Corbett, Groover.

: first game last Sunday to Chief berry 7 Cedar-Yankee Key town at at Gaines New- worth $1,400 a year. Now it's up to $1,700." date, will seek a fourth straight Latter Day Saints Friday nightin Division I Division U

land, goes for revenge in the ; City League triumph at 7 a Division I contest. In Division -Grace j
ville 1tI.\W 200 010 0-38 1st '
; Williston at Chiefland. Hike in Price Presby 000 0 0. 0 7
2:45 battle at Harris Field. Theo Slight I
Tuesday at City Park when it II, First Methodist and Highlands 000 322 x- 711 1st Methdst. 650 0 -1113 ,
public is invited at no charge. June 14 Gainesville at Wil opposes Guy Cleveland Con Parkview Baptist both 3-0 to Whitehouse, Weaver and '
Myers Fletcher and Vidal and
; Loggins
Kay Stephenson, quarterbackon 'liston; Cedar Key at Newberry; In 1964 moves to help strengthen the black ink on the struction Co. date, clash at 6:30 p.m. Fridayon McCloud and Cooper Alexan- ; J

the University of Florida foot- Yankeetown at Chiefland. athletic books, ticket prices for UF grid games now will be Field No. 2. der. Newell.

ball team, or Victor Arnett will $5 for all conference games (they were $4 excepting special The defending state softball In Church League Fri. North Cen. Calvary 000 00-0 3 $

; be on the mound for Variety June 21 Newberry at Yan- games and Homecoming) and the state three percent tax champions have won three First Methodist games shut 0001102 4 Wesley 5 01 6 x-1211
day night
keetown Gainesville at Cedar via the shutout route. Kanapaha 220 243 -13 17 Gibson and Purdy; Yates and
Store. ; has been added on so a ticket next fall for' the Ole Miss games out First 11-0
Key; Chiefland at Williston. game, for example, will be $5.15. Post Office and Utility De- Presbyterian, ; Strawn and Addison; Jones, Sanchez.
Henderson Manages June 28 Williston at Yan- Wesley Methodist blanked Cal- Cushman and Marshall, Ken-I Southside 220 010 0-5 6 '
The balance of the entire Gator athletic program broughta partment, Division I leaders in
,-- The local club is managed keetown Cedar Chief- vary Baptist, 12-0; and Park yon. Parkview Oil 020 2-614
; Key at prideful comment. "We have' the best-balanced spring the Business loop, will go .afterthird ;
=Pete Henderson, who also view Baptist edged Southside First Bapt. 020 001 0-37: Roebuck and Culbreth Smith
)land; Newberry at Gainesville. sports program in the SEC. Other conference schools now are straight victories to- ;

: spends some time on the pitchIng .- ,looking into our setup. Several of the other schools concen- morrow. Post Office plays Baptist., 6-5, in Division II LDS 0100100.26 Hutcheson, Aller and Ward.
= mound. trate all their funds into one particular spring sport to the Gainesville Livestock and Util-

Henderson played for Gaines- GHS Boys, detriment of the others. The University of Florida Athletic As- ity Dept. meets CWA. Division I encounters, Highlands KNOCK ON WOOD
: Presbyterian beat Grace
ville School
High eight years
sociation is set up to provide the best intercollegiate sports
: of Army ball and part-time with in the SEC." Fulps Radiator will bid for a Presbyterian, 7-3; Kanapaha
Girls Swim program third win in Division II Presbyterian downed North Central
T Dothan, Ala., in the Alabama. The ever.present spectre of morale and undesirable con- straight
when it takes Medical Students Baptist, 13-2; and First
Florida League. on
t duct by athletes is not being overlooked. Graves said, "Our f is
Gainesville has another tomorrow.In Baptist edged Latter Day Saints, AFROTC
j; topnotch .
Teams PlaceORLANDO recruiting program today is geared to three things. First, is
pitcher is Stu Silvers a Church League action 3-2.
academics. Then, athletic ability. And third, personal character. -
.. Phil Loggins hurled the shut Team
three-year standout at Michigan Heads
The athletic department tends to be more selective in t
The Gaines. out for First Methodist while
Z State. Former GHS player Paul -
its recruiting of the well-rounded student -athletic today thanis
McArthur also sees time on the ville High School boys qualifiedtwo found in the remainder of the university."At SixGHS Hal Ingman had three hits in For
mound. individuals for the state as many tries. Yates tossed the
I. least 10 times a year' I remind our athletes that be-
and the shutout for while Walker
Other Members swimming girlsa Wesley :
athletes what do reflects the
cause they are they more on I
Z Other members of the team relay team here yesterdayin Track Men ,led the attack with three hits.
school and on themselves personally than anything else I'm
Thomas Salmon catcher the Class AA meet. Parkview pushed over two
: are ; group JACK HARRISUp
not going to deny that we don't have disciplinary problems.If .
Rone first base Robs :Mark gained a in the bottom of the seventh
,2 George ; Montgomery runs
a couple :of our fans had 140 children (number of football
I Make State
ert Prichett, shortstop r a first place in diving, and For and basketball players on scholarship), how long could for its victory as Robertsled
a Davis, right field: Marvin Hen. rest Hope picked up a first in the attack with four hits in in'the air or on the ground the AFROTC contingency of
they go in a year before one of them got out of hand.
derson, second base; Richard the 100-yard backstroke. Hope as many tries.Robbins Colonel Steve Pritz, Major Roy Hebel, Sergeant-Major Al Sus-
That's our problem, too, and it's something that improves. ORLANDO
Melton, utility; Edwin Howard, raced to a. school record timeof Our athletes have a higher academic overall grade than the School Gainesville High and Mathis paced kind, Sergeant Cy Kopecky and Sergeant Ozie Toole is a tough
qualified --
= utility: Art Johnson centerfield 1:00.7. seven runners Highlands Presbyterian with group 10 compete against. ,
remainder of the student body. We're.proud of that.
M ; and Richard Thompson, The girls qualified the 200- and one relay team for the two hits each. Combs had three The Team has been bowling Sgt. Tolle, supervisor of all

third base. yard freestyle' relay team of: Finances Limit Facilities WThe state Class AA track meet from one to six years per man. airmen! has
won league
.: : Rone, former Lake City High Susan'Penke, Gill, Feltham and next week as it finished secondin It has won the Night Owl cham- awards. His 267 high many was

: :School star and a member of Joy Roberts which finished group competition at Evans pionship two years running andif game
UF enrollment is
ever expanding a fast-moving city, High School here Friday. his proudest because of 11
: ;the Gator diamond squad has second. I state, national and world society and the accompanying problems W L Pel. right arms, Suskind and Kopecks strikes in a row. He has a high
been pacing the team in batting The first two finishers in each GHS Budweiser 3 0 1.000 ,. were not leaving it
:* has not been lost on the Gator athletic department."Of totaled 54% points and Gainesville Wings 2 h.447 series of 658. Jovial and likea-
:' with 14 hits in 17 trips to the event ,qualified for the state 1 2 .333 might win for additional
:i I I course, Graves said, "our ability to expand athletic, was runnerup to strong Winter Guy Schlitz Cleveland l e 3 .000 an two ble, he has been elected to the
plate. 1 meet. I facilities is going to be limited by finances. The StateLegislature's Park which qualified 11 runners I THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE years. office of of
Zt, Gainesville plays each Sun. The GHS tied for second' Tuesday secretary-treasurer
I for the for the state meet.
-: 'day, with home games all at! in team points with 49. Daytona I' eight building behind trying program to catch university That system is Wings 7. Budweiser. vs. Schlitz.vs. Guy Cleveland; 9. Col Pritz, executive officer of:I J:Commercial league for the

Harm Field beginning at 2:45: Mainland was first with 58, and years up. means GHS took four first places. .Thursday the AFROTC, has been bowlingfor Icoming I season.
: Budweiser >, Cleveland
I that for at least that length of time whatever improvementsare 7 Wings vs. Guy -
.. Marcus Jones won the low hur- Schlitz. only He fel-
Orlando Edgewater also had vs. a year. enjoys
p.m.The made will have to be done with University of Florida Business League We are sorry to see such fine
1 schedule: 49. Athletic Association funds. dles in 14.6 and the highs in (Division 1\ lowship of match play so muchhe fellows as Al and Cy
1 Today Gainesville at Chief- Following were Ocala, 46; :20.2, Merrill Moore took the Post Office wLPet.2 o 1.000 has improved rapidly. He will hope for their return.

= land;' Cedar Key at Yankee-. Winter Park36; Oak Ridge, 16; mile in 4:23.6 and Boyd -Welsch Utility Departmentte- 2 0 1.000 has_a 208 high game and a fine
land 1 1 .500 Bowlers Notes Tom
Packing jBBf Dob-
:: town; Newbeny at Williston. Boone, 13; Colonial, 12; and Field' won the pole vault with 13 feet I Publix g j K 1 1 ..500HavATampa 608 high series to his credit :
to Sr. is business
son mixing with
Top CompeteIn K* 1 1 .500
May 10 Yankeetown at Evans, 11.Mainland. even. I G-vliie Livestock 5E* 1 1 .500' CoL Pritz used to set candle
Gainesville; Williston at Cedar also won the girls Bruce Leavitt was second and Road Prison -I- o Z .000 but did pleasure in Washington, D. C.,
pins never bowling
Z Key; Chiefland at Newberry. title with 87 points, followed by Firecracker '400'I Bobby Bowers third in the 100- CWA THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULETomorrow 0 2 .000 until this season. any Son Tom Dobson Jr., is a page

17 Yankee town at Wit I yard dash as McLean of: boy in the U. S. Senate.A .
Park 61
May Winter ; Edgewater, 49; <:30, Road Prison vs. Hav-A-Tampa; t,
liston; Chjefland at Cedar Key; Ocala; 42; GHS, 23; Boone, 9; Daytona Mainland won in :9.9. Post Office vs. Gvllle ,Livestock; t:30. On the other hand, Maj. He- scratch Classic League
CWA Utility Dept. Field No. 1.
DAYTONA Red hot Donald vs.
BEACH- ($9,195)) Jim Paschal
I: Gainesville at Newberry. and Colonial, 9. I ; Hulslander finished second to Wednesday bel, director of the basic AF will hold
: May 24 Newberry at Chief. GIRLS rivalry and, cold, green cash! ($7,115)); Buck Baker ($6,630)); Welsch in the pole vault and <:30 Publix vs. Sunnyland I, Rood Prison -. ROTC section, has been a meeting Tuesday
vs. Post Office ':30 HavATampavs. bowl-j
200 medley relay Hansen Gardner, will give the "Firecracker 400"the I Tiny Lund ($5,620)) Thomas night at 7:30.
-r Scott, M. H. Cox fourth. ; Larry Kirk Sutton was second in 'the G'ville Livestock, Field No. 2.Saturday ing for six years. His high

50 freestyle Penke. fourth. finest field in -its history ($5,600)' ; Curtis Crider high jump. The GHS 880-yard 7, G'vme Livestock vs. CWA 0, Sun-! game was a fine 258 and he hasa Dot Bird of First Federal
100 free CHI fifth. when it is run on July 4, at Day ($5,485)); Darel Dieringer ($5- nyland vs. Utilty Dept.. Field No. 2
.. Buhl Hurls 100 back M. H. Cox. fifth., i relay team, also, finished sec (Division II) I high set of 658. Maj. Hebel leads in the Class B singles at
200 free relay r- Penke CUt Feltham tona International Speedway. 475)); Cale Yarborough ($3,715); wI.Pet.
Roberts. second. Futps Radiator 2 0 1.000 enjoys the association of gettingto the Florida Women's Bowling'
MM out ond.The
BOYS Fords will be in force to Larry Frank ($3,150)).
track meet is set
state General Electric 1 0 1.000Howard' Association tournament.
Past He claims bowl-
= Cubs know
Medley' relay Hope. Montgomery show the Plymouths and Dodge TV 1 0 1.000
M McCartney. Hartman. third. In their battle for the biggest 8-9, at the University of Florida. Medical Students 1 1 .500 ing to'be a both relaxing and
200 free Paige'fourth. who blew them off the course in Gainesville Gas Co. 1 1 .500 High Scores: John Evans of
50 free Hartman. third. slice of the "firecracker" for Friday Saturday, May Sunland Ct. 0 1 .000 He finishedthe
money Training frustrating
: Colts 9-0 200 individual medley Rlgg. third.. the "Daytona 500" In February, the NASCAR asphalt ''track. Class B will be I Penn Chem 1 .000 game. Manor Motel paced the men
100 free- Brasslngton third. aces after starting
.000 season strong
1 2
Smith Sinclair
that their new cars are capable bowlers with 621 series.
100 back- Hope first; Hansen sixth. will be held on Friday and Class AA .-does not Include last night's games a Teammate -
challenged such
: HOUSTON (AP) Bob Buhl 100 400free breaststrofce- Alan-Summers McCartney fifth.sixth. of matching speed with USAC by and A on Saturday.SHOT THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE with an unfortunate acicident- Whitey Siefert had a 582.
aces as Parnelli Jones Twisrrsw
three-hitter 200 free relay Harris Brassi gton. speed on the high-banked turns Winter a broken ankle. He has held Chuck Morris Park
pitched a Saturday A. PUT-1 Bender Park ':30. Med Students vs. Fulps; Smith Lane Cafeteria
: the Chicago Cubs Paige Rlgg. third. and long straights of t b eworld's J. Foyt, Bobby Marshman, 2, Stevens, Winter Park 3, Mllholan,; Sinclair vs. Penn Chem ':3D. Gainesville many league offices. His latest
first. rolled
night as Diving Montgomery Jim McElreath Mainland.4M.lit Gas vs. Howard's TV, Field No. 2. a 581. Harvey Thomas
and John I
100 backstroke- Hope, flnt.Riviel.e will be of the Com-
: stopped Houston 9-0 behind the fastest track. HIGH HURDLES 1 Jones, Wednesday president of Pepper Printing had
therford, for the "Firecracker"is Gainesville. 2. C. Maiiska, Winter Park. <:30 Sunland Training Center vs. a
: hitting of rookie Billy Cowan All of NASCAR's leading money 3. Kelly. Winter Park. General Electric: f, Gainesville Gas vs. mercial League.A. 574 and Rollie Brunnelle of Pig.
winners will start the 160 '- a full international event and DISCUS -Sias, Winter Park. 2, Hogan, Penn Chem f:30 Howard's TV vs. Smith
: and.Ernie Banks. II all qualified drivers Mainland. 3. Hallauer, ColoniaL 1510. Sinclair, Field No 1 Suskind, sergeant-major of gie Park Restaurant a 567.
Night Cam* laps of the "Firecracker" with'i I are eligible, 1M 1, McLean. Mainland. 2, LeavHt Thursday _
: CHICAGO HOUSTON regardless of organization.The Gainesville. 3. Bowers. Gainesville. :09.9. 7. Sunland vs. Med Students; 0. Gen all administrative services is The UCWL held the spotlightthis
ab r k bi ab r h bi high hopes of pulling down the MILE 1. Moore, Gainesville. 2. Jenkins eral Electric vs. Fulps Radiator FieldNo. a good competitor and an ideal week for the women with
Stewart 2b ,,4000 Kasko ss 4010 Beck winner's share of the $61,245 in I "Firecracker Edgewater.. 3. PercivaU ColoniaL 2.
: Brock rf nrner": 4000 TopQualifying' 1 I which 4:23.4.MO CHURCH LEAGUE sportsman. His 267 game and Gwen Dulaney's fine 621 series
WilUams If 4000 posted awards. The .rich purseof highlights Daytona Beach's famed RELAY 1. Boone (Owens Had- (DtvIII.- 1)w
Santo 32"8ondrf 3000 den. Strang McGovern, Gainesville. 3> L Pct. 725 series was well rewarded be- showing the way. Gwen was
Banks lb 5232 Aspro'nte 3D 300 0 the "Firecracker" could playa celebration 1.000
J Independence Day Winter Park 1:32.6. Highlands Prebyterian 3 8
-: Rodgers ss SlllStaublb 30 10 in the I 440 1, Hanna Mainland. 2, Petroff, First Baptist 2 1 Ml cause the same night he rolled bowling on the Gold Coast Restaurant
w Bertell c 4110 Wynn cf 3000 big part determining starts at 10 ajn. On Friday I Oak Ridge. 3 Canon Ocala. :5O7. Latter Day Saints 2 1 MJ this fine set he won a boat team that broke
Cowan Cf 100oowen3pp 3010Buhl top money of 1964. I July 3 there will be two IM LOW HURDLES 1, Jones. North Central Baptist 1 2 .333 a
w p 1000Rytnond ,Gainesville. 2. McGovem Boone. 3.. CMaiiska Kanapaha Presbyterian 1 2 .333 that was given away at a shopping league record with an outstanding
p 0000 .ALACHUA-HIGH SPRINGS Through the "Vu-ginia.500" at I -mile races to settle the final Winter Park :20.2. Grace Presbyterian SCHEDULES .000
aftunnete 1000 $M- 1. Lombard Oak Ridge. 2 Strick THIS WEEK'S center. He- will ba transferred 3221 series. Other membersof
Bruce P 0000bBeach'p Qualifying in the annual Santa Martinsville Speedway "on April,,:starting order of the big race. land winter Park. 3 Campbell Main
.. 1000 26 the leading men in the mon- :'On land. 2:00.5.SPRINT Friday to Hawaii (tough break) the team were Val Redemsky's -
Fe School
w Nottebart p 0 /0 0 golf tournament Thursday, July 2, qualify- MEDLEY RELAY -1, Mainland ,:30 ParItY_ Baptist vs. First Methodist
S.. Tetats 31 f III Tetals ,310131 yesterday found Bud Riviere ey drive were: Richard Petty ing trials will determine the (Jensen. Snow McLean Hanna). 2. ; I. Latter Day Saints vs. Highlands this summer since his tour 495; Nonie Crom and
s-Flied out for Raymond In. 5th; b- Winter Park. X Ocala, 2:014. Presbyterian; '.30 Kanapaha Presbyterian ends at the U. of F. Barbara Winters 555 and
Struck out for Bruce In Ith..e and Tom Beck-leading with 6 s.Greg ($42,310)); Fred Lorenzen two pole positions. P r a dice BROAD JUMP 1. Dunphy. Boone. 2. vs. First Field No. 2. duty ; the

i Chicago .....v.....,... '1' 9M 005Mausloa -.* Blount and Byron Weth- ($32.880); Marvin"Panch' ($21- starts July 1with the track 221-, McLeod, Evans, 2. Hatcher- ( Baptist II) Sgt. Kopecky responsible for talented sponsor, Pat Dee's
Winter wLPet.First
.. ......: ,.. OOP tot 00. Keliam Mainland. 3. Kelly Park.
.0. erspoon are close behind with 820)); Fireball,'Roberts ($21,705)); opening for technical inspectionon 20-11%. Methodist 3 0 1.000 training the cadet core staff, with a 504.
: E-FOL PO-A-OtlcaQo Winter Park. 3. Nogrady, Evans. Parkview Baptist 3 0 1.000
.: 17-14. LOB-Chicago t. Houston 3. 67s while Jerry Stone has a 6%. Ned Jarren'($17,905)); Jim Par. June 30. son.232. Southside Baptist 2 1 .667 will also be leaving. Everybodywill Other high scores were Alice
w 3B-8ann. HR-Cowan. 58-Brock. HIGH JUMP 1. Kelly Winter Park. Wesley Methodist 1 2 .333 miss that wide smile of Resch's 569 set with
.a IP H R ER II SO Other scores include a 72 due ($16,555)); Paul Goldsmith Given a minimum of caution 2, Sutton Gainesville. X young. Main Calvary Baptist 1 3 .OCO a 242

-_Owens Suhl. ,W.U 2-1 1-2....<.... t 31-3 3'< 4 4" 0 2 4 3 by Bill Beck, Ken Young 73; ($11,960)); Bobby Isaac ($10,. I flags, experts feel that the winner land.MILE 510.DELAY 1. Boone (Madden. First Presbyterian THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE. 3 .000 both Cy and his wife Jerry. In game; Liz Elleman of First Federal

.Raymond 0 0 1 Mike Peterson 74; Bryant Stone 940)); Billy Wade ($10,710)); David of the 1964 "Firecracker"will Powell Strang McGovern). 2. Winter Friday Cy's five years of bowling he bad a 555; Jeanne Leland
... .C.... 0 0 2
3 2 3 .
Nottebart Bruce ....... 1 4 5 S 2 0 and Wayne Thigpen, 75s; and Pearson ($10,470)); Junior! have to average close to Park. 3. Oak VAULT Ridge.-3:2S.LPOLE 1, Wetech Gaines Baptist 4:30. First*. Grace Presbyterian Presbyterian vs.vs.Calvary NorthCentral has produced a high game of rolled a 545 series; and Bette

Sill PS,-William Bateman, Smith.2. Pelekoudas T-2:02. A-7J34.Cor- Ed Puckett, 76. Johnson ($10,190); Dave Mac- 165 miles per hour to win. ville.'vane 2 Edgewater., (Tie) Hulslander.IJ-O Gainesville. De- stae Baptist Baptist I Field 9:30 No.,1.Wesley vs. South- 252.and a high series of 652. Sprow of Coca Cola had a s=&


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Track -
College Mx
: ti LOUIS (AP) Gene One out later Roberto Cle-' ver to hit into a gameendingdouble

. FreeSe rapped a two-out bases- mente drew an intentional walk play.Freese's .
I Dade Co. won the state junior 1 run. He was clocked in record \Y loaded single in the top of the off Bobby Shantz and Freese I winning blow was hit
college track crown Friday afternoon -: time of 1:46.1. ninth Saturday night and Frank delivered his clinching blow to third hit of the game. He also

, at the University of Other marks were broken in Bork followed with some gritty slammed solo homer. Johnny

Florida track by tallying 85 the mile run by Ed Burke of a relief pitching in leading the left.But it took some brilliant re- Lewis had a homer. for the Car

points to 78% for runnerup Pen- Dade, 4:28.9; Tom Greene, St. Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-4 de- lief work by Bork in the bottomof dinals.
sacola. Manatee of Bradentonwas Petersburg, in the shot put 45 cision over St Louis. the ninth to make it stand Night C nPITTSIUR6H .
third with 34% and St. Petersburg -, feet % inch Willard .. ST. LOUIS,
Langston, with and
He two
; x, '>'-"".'"' """"",;<- *, The Cards' Curt Simmons up. came on on r k M k MSchoficld
i "" '' ,' ssa4 da5)
finished fourth with 25. Dade, in the 440, .49.1; Ship- '- g.'w:': went into the ninth with none out, struck out dangerousBill 2 3 1 Flood 2 .
:. a 4-3
Johns'n Cf-lf 4000 Croat *$ 4020
I Riley Shipman of Pensacolawas man in the high hurdles, 15.3; :: a ; lead but walked hitter White before loading the Clements it 1010 White 16 5000
the individual star. ," .. "' pinch Freese 3b 5133 Boyer 3D 4131
day's White in the 220-dash ,:22.1; --,..-..--- -- ",._ "-..;: Julio Gotay and surrendered a bases by'walking Ken Boyer.He Cienden'n Ib SOIl McCarver C 4 .00
He won the high and low hur- Shipman irf the low hurdles, Bailey If 4010 James If 4010
one-out ground rule double to Virdon cf 000 Shannon H 0000
dles and the throw and
, javelin :24.7; and Berke in the two- 220-Yard Dash in 22.1 Harry Slaton of Dade Second Mueftk Sb 4 0 0 0 Lewis rf 3211
Speeds ; Dick Schofield.
I finished fourth in the high jump mile, 10085. Pagliaronl c 41 1 0 Javier 2t 2000
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Wins Friend p 2000 Clemens 1011
t Bnd fourth in the shot put. Summaries: Italy cMota 1010 bMaxviil/ 2b 1010

Kenny White i of Pensacolatook High lump 1.. Biir (M); 2. Ebers- DOWN THE In Net Play dGotay Sisk p 0000 0100 Shantz Simmons p p 4011 0000
both the 100 and 220-yard bach (M) and Boley (P) tie; 4, ShipmanP FAIRWAY'. Butler p 0000 Taylor p 0000
E ( ); 5. Stump (P). S feet 7% inches T.faIs 0000
dashes and Dade's Ed Berke J7SUJ Totals U 412 4
Mile run 1 Burke (O H 2 FiletP '
\I-- the mile and two-mile to be ( ); 3, Cordier (P); 4, Landry (P); 5. ARIa Italy (AP) Italy Singled for Javier In ith; bRanfor
rienwns In tnj c-Singled for FriendIn
Donahue SP) 4:2t. (record
( ) clinched a place in the second
the day's only other double win- Broad lump 1. Boley (P); 2. Me Tttt;-Walked for Sisk in 9th.
,... ....,...
Duffie (P)> 3, King (D); 4, Norris (Mu State Amateur Nearing round of the European Zone Pittsburgh 100 061 W-S
ners. Dade piled up its pointsI 5, Snow (M). 21 feet VA inches St. Louis .... .. ........, Ill 002 000-
Davis Cup tennis competition E-Groat, Schofield, Clemente. PO-A-
I seconds and thirds Shot put 1 Greene (SP); 2 NasonD
mostly on
( ); 3. Bair (Mz) A. Shipman (P); 5. the doubles Pittsburgh 27.17. St. Louis 2713. DP-
and took the mile relay for its Yasklns (D). 45 feet I 440-yard dash 1, Langston (D); 2. match from the United Arab Re- Groat Maxvlll and McCarver. LOB-
;F winning edge. Whitehead (D); 3. Carnes ,(SP) 4, Priot Outstanding from all Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 10.
golfers the in Other
next event Ocala May top-flight entries in- ,
records' fell in the third (D); 5. Butterbaugh (M:49.1 (record) w"W: public. The victory gave Italy a 2B-Flood Schoifield. HR-Lewls
Eight 100-yard dash 1. White (P); 2, Sla- over Florida will gather at .; ::1i 14. The group is made up ,of clude last year's runnerup, 3-0 lead in the five match series. Freese. SB-Flood. S-McCirver. SF-
annual meet., One of the day'smost ton (D); 3. Overly (O); 4, Goodrow r_ SChofield.
I (SP); 5, Olsen (D). :10.0 Port St. Lucie Thursday / ." :\i! : ladies from Deland, Inver- Barbara Faye White of Little Nicola and IP H R ER BB SO
!i, impressive performanceswas Javelin throw1. Shipman (P); 2, Na- through Sunday for the 47th > .' .: ;: : ness, Palatka, Ocala and Rock, and former winners Pietrangeli Sergio Sis Friend*. w, 11.. ....... 2 ft o 3.A 4 0 0 1 A 0xButten
turned in by John Brogle of son (D) Bair (M); 4 McDuffie (P); r : .' ?: I' Tacchini, winners of Friday'sopening ......
.0 1 0 0 1 0
annual State Amateur
tour- ,
5. Overly (D) 158 feet 3Vi inches Starke. Mrs. Scott L. Probasco Jr. of
$ ... ......
/ Bork .1 0 0 0 1 0
i St Petersburg in the 880.yardI High hurdles 1, Shipman (P); 2. '" .:% singles beat
Simmons. I..2.2..01.310 5 4 2 2
Riley (D); 3. Bair .(MHaverfield ney. The new officers are Betty Chattanooga; Mrs. Mark Mc- the UAR brother team of Ma- Shantz ......... 1-3 1 0 0 1 0
(O); 5. Pruitt (SP) :15.3 (record)
880 yard run-1. Brogle (SP); 2. File Defending champ is Ed ... ,. Brown, Inverness, president; Garry of St. Petersburg; and brok and Fathi Mohamed Ali Taylor .2..men...., In V3 th.0 0 0 0 1xFaced
(P); 3, Saperstein (D); 4. WheelerD record six-time
( ); 5. Culberson (P); 1:56.1 (record) Kirkland of Orlando who just '" '. ., n !C..t x : ;'?r' ,' Mary Crow, Ocala, vice presi- champ Polly- 6-2, 6-3, 62. WP-Slmmons. U-Crlwford. Vargo.
.Forman Jackowskl. T-2:35. A12534.
ton 220-yard((d); 3.dash Olsen-(D 1.))White 4. Langston(P); 2.(Sla-D); last week lost to Billy Jo :' fl 'r.' ;.}rJ" t-': ..<>1i. dent; Juanita Ginn, Palatka, Riley- of Fort Worth. ,
5, Games (SP). :22.1 (record) Patton in the North-South secretary and Gertie McRae,
; Leading
Discus throw 1. Nason (D): 2. a strong Florida I AGAINST FEES
I Smith (P); 3. Reynolds (P); 4, StumpP championships.Three sociation's annual business Starke, treasurer. contingent will be Tish Preussof
t ( ); 5, Bair (M). 134 feet 2Vi inches
P other former meeting also will be held at Elected to the board Beach Roberta
Iv 220-yard low hurdles 1. Shipman ( ); kings are Pompano
v Zi(M)Riley; 5, Horten(D); 3,(P McOuffie). :24.7 (record(P)> 4). Bair Ray Terry of Jacksonville, Port St. Lucie Wednesday. Blance Gunckel, Ocala; Mar- Albers of Tampa; and Nancy "y .7 HARRY EVANS is AGAINST

Pole vault 1. Overly. (D2.. NorrisM Jim Lee Jr. of Tallahasseeand Election of officers is on the garet Goff, Deland; Dorothy Roth of Hollywood. lj '" The Fee System
6 inches
( ); X Vehling (M) 11 feet '
I'I Two-mile run 1. Berke (D); 2. Cor. Ward Rodgers of Clear- docket. Walasek, Deland; Claire Jen- .' f :J Vote Forj'j
dler (Pj 3. Donahue (SP); 4 pryers :
water-also are in the field. GOLF-A-ROUND will install kins, Inverness Eddie Peter-
I (D); 5 Landry (P) 10:08.5 (record) ;
I Mile Pensacola.relay 1. Dade; 2. Manatee) The Florida State Golf As- its new officers for 1964-65 at, son, Palatka; and Marvalen THE ANNUAL Bill Eth- [
13. eridge mixed two-ball tourneyis
Wood, Starke. : Harry EvansSuperintendent
being played today at the
Gainesville Golf and Country

Decision Due on Lane's CORAL RIDGE CountryClub Club... UNIVERSITY COUN- of Schools
in Fort Lauderdale will TRY Club has a mixed scotch .
be host to the 49th annual foursome scheduled for next (Pd. Adv.)

Women's Southern amateur Sunday... HANDICAPS WILLbe

Law Suit Against A's championship Monday computed at least six
through Saturday.Mrs. times a year in the future to WE'VE MOVED !

Wanda Sowell Hendrixof conform with USGA rules.

CHICAGO AP) -'Baseballowes 1, but I never smoked nor drank which I always do." Shreveport, La., will defend Club members will be charged MEYERS POWER

Drf me nothing and I owe .and I still feel chipper because Friday night Lane visited with the title she won last year at $2 a year for the computa-

baseball everything," Frank you can't beat thinking young,, Minnie Minoso, again back with &.Little Rock Ark. tions. rot TOOLS IS NOWLOCATED
Lane, former general managerfor the White Sox and one of his

four major league baseball favorites when Lane was general CAREFUL COUNTY WIDE PLANNING
clubs, observed Saturday.That Snead Sets manager of the club.
not true.
No. 24 "You take my Minnie, the 230 N.E. 16th. Ave.
Any day now, Lane expects TryIn ,
greatest I've ever seen; and Nel- REVIEW COMPARE ELECT
federal court action on his $144- lie Fox and Jim : (FORMERLY FLORIDA SAW CO.)
Y RiveraTheyall ,
166 breach ,of contract suit U.S.
OpenNEW are terrific competitors BUSINESSMAN, FARMER, ATTORNEY "
against Charles 0. Finley who cause they also think young," "C MEYERS FOR THE

fired Lane as general managerof YORK (AP) -. Sam Lane said.Rivera .
the Kansas City 'A's three Snead, who has played in'23 successive JIM WERSHOW i Finest In Power Tools"
years ago. U.S. Open golf champi-- is a big hit playing out- iI

The suit was filed last Oct. 8by onships without ever winningone field for the Mexico City Redsin COUNTY COA/lfSAISSIONER iI I Phone FR 6-3411

Lane, previously generals is slated to try to qualifyfor the Mexican League, Lane I

&.u n""b"'A arP" nf the Phinaan&.u b.. White..& .- No. 24 at the Franklin Hills I said. ,
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Sox, St. Louis Cardinals and Country Club, near Detroit, June -- -----

.JOHN. Sets BROGLE 880 Mark Cleveland Indians and last 91:Snead has finished second in
Zeph- iAtEiL
year-the former Chicago
yrs of the National Basketball four Opens and ,in the top 10 in Si/wmnanJJ.M A Y !

Association.Lane 11. He has missed the 36holecut
Dale Morey oruy'one.. Snead is exempt
claims his $25,000 a year from local qualifying in May but CONTINUES FOR ONE FULL WEEK
I general managership for the A's must play in the sectional qualifying IN OUR 29th YEAR" SAVINGS ON NATIONALLY KNOWN CLOTHING
I Tops Patton lasted only six months of a rounds. FURNISHINGS r
scheduled eight-year contract. 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE AND ,t 1.
Entries received by the U.S.

For CrownPINEHURST But it was an apparently carefree Golf Association indicate that bN1EN'S

Lane who returned recently most touring professionals who SELECTED GROUPSLACKS :
N.C. (AP- from a Mexican holiday."I aren't exempt from sectional SUITS

Dale Morey built a five-hole still think I'm in baseball," qualifying,will play their 36-hole I

lead in the morning round then said Lane. rounds either at Franklin Hillsor OVER 500-SUITS AND. COATS TAKEN f
staved off a late rush by Billy in the New York Metropolitan
"UntillJroven otherwise. I am
and Wood-
district at Seawane
Joe Patton to win the North i
Golf Cham- under contract to Kansas City, mere June 9. The Thunderbird
and South Amateur Natural Shoulder and Conventional Styles
pionship 3 and 2 in the 36-hole even though my salary was Open at Rye, N.Y., ends June 7 55% Docron-45 Wool .,
finals Saturday. stopped Oct. 31, 1962. If a com- and the Buick Open, next stopon + Pleat and Plain Front Models. CONVENTIONAL Pleat ,'

Morey, 43-year-old High Point, parable baseball job is offered, the pro tour, begins June 11 55% Dacron and 45% Wool "i
N.C. furniture executive shot I would consider it. I rate my- at Grand Blanc. Mich. TRADITIONAL Plain Front j '/1

three-over-par 75 golf in the self a pretty good baseball operator The Open will'be at the Con- Regulars, Longs, Shorts Nationally Advertised Brand fs f',
morning against 80 for Patton, and the records show it. gressional Club in Washington, 1 ? ;j
j 42-year-old lumberman from "I had my 67th birthday Feb. D.C., June 18-20. Regular Price $59.95 No Charge for Normal Alterations '
Morganton, N.C. 1- 1 4J 4 $ .4

Patton was making a bid for\
a third successive title and $ 80 $1
ed his North and South end-j 49 Reg. 099 2 pro

streak Patton at steadied 19 matches.his 12.95 21.00 ; k ,

the afternoon and twice cut I .. l d .
Morey's lead to a single' hole. :; Many Available With

Morey, who won nine of the I h w.

morning 18 holes, didn't win one I $999 FREE :% xt
Extra Trousers %
: ;
in the afternoon until the 13th. -., '.; ,
He went on to take the 15th and ONE HOUR
16th. On the 16th he closed out a I. Reg. Price 1495 Pre PARKINGON

Patton with a 25-foot birdie putt.


I Junior GolfTourney .. Reg. 55.00 Reg. 39.95 BANK LOT i4,71

AT REAR yj ,
Set t ,.- 4580 3380 p

NEW YORK (AP-The) UJ5.! 4ff ,1, j :
Golf Association expects a decline ; ,
in entries this year for its\1 jf.14/41I: .f ,

junior amateur championshipa NO CHARGE FOR NORMAL ALTERATIONS I ; fsIfy

tournament which has set a

record for entries every year it ALL OUR CUSTOMERS Coats 4
has been played. ,dl
In sending out entry forms for SPORT SHIRTS 339
the tournament, to be played at ARE BIG ONES .

Eugene, Ore., July 28-Aug. 1, 2 Selected Groups .y. x. ,r ;)' rr
USGA pointed out Saturdaythat DRESS SHIRTS ;
the ,
it will be limited to junior Getting big profit, Reg. 35.00 3 y %:

players whose USGA handicapsare big safety, big
29.91 Reg.
not higher than 10 .strokes service-regardless 0 tAtE KNIT SHIRTS FOR d

Previously there was no han of size NttraT .
dicap limit. The entry list hit a 9
record for the 14th straight year 2280 12580 PAJAMAS '

in 1963 when 2,230 boys entered. GUARANTY FEDERAL I SAYINGS .

Avis Leilich

& Loan Association
Leads on 538 BAN-LON SPORT SHIRTS I ..._............ 4.39, 2 for 8.00. :..

SLACKS, Dacron-Cotton .................... 6.99, 2 for 13.00. '>:
of Gainesville
Avis Leilich led the :

ter's Garage Coffee League at! ... :,.>.-.-

Palm Lanes with a 538 series ,-220' NORTH MAIN ST. PH. FR 2-8495 .
and 183 high game. > ;
Jeanne Leland had a 518 and Free Parking In Rear Driv.-Ia Window BERMUDA SHORTS .

rolled Dot Brooks 1807 and hit 640 482.for best Frames ser- the"Chartered United States and Supervised Government"Each by REG. 5.00 ............ 3.99, REG. 5.95 .,:......... 4.99 .

Ies. and single team game. Katharine Account Insured Up To $10,000.00 : REG 6.95 and 7.95 ....:................ 5.99 ....
Ellis made the 5-7 split I

and. Mary McGahagan convert: .""""'"--,. .,," '. -, 7'sr 'I

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-3To-?Wilkinson Pass Up +-A The. Shoe ,. Was oh. .TKe Wrong HorseBy


Pro Ball ...
DALEY "Let me tell you one thing at the start," he, said through "When The ,Scoundrel made his move around the last then

0 Nt1U Vork mitttts ,compressed lips. "There' are some guys I won't talk to." He I let him pace me and I had left Hill Rise. At the half-mile

DURHAM, N.C. .(AP) Jay named three. "When they leave I'll talk," he added. pole I could ,catch him out of, the corner of my eye and at

Wilkinson, Duke's ace halfback LOUISVILLE, Ky. It was not that The Shoe was on the the three-eighth pole I couldn't see him any more. I knew I '
last season, said Saturday he wrong foot. The Shoe was on the wrong horse. Willie Shoe- "It's such an absolute pleasure to sign autographs," he had more horse than him.

will pass up a pro football Career maker took himself off Northern Dancer to ride Hill Rise in said. "It's much better than talking to the press. I refuse to I

and enter the Episcopal yesterday's Kentucky Derby and then watched from the accept the responsibility that I held you fellows up. If you "With a quarter mile to go I felt I had to make my move.

Theological Seminary at Cam- wrong saddle as Northern Dancer beat Hill' Rise by a thin don't like my attitude, I don't like yours." Once I committed. myself I didn't concern myself with Hill

MIdge, Mass. for graduate neck in a spectacular finish to a spectacular race. Rise. My trainer had told me if I hit the horse to hit him only
Having. delivered himself of his spite, however, Hartack on the shoulder and not hard. I did
Sffidy. and he reacted to it. So
When it all was over, ,however The Shoe swallowed his promptly became a switch hitter. He was crisply cooperativeand
I whacked him hard on the behind
Wilkinson said he had talked and he responded to that
and his embarrassment like Withala
disappointment a man. described the in minute detail.
with race too. So I put him to a hard drive
officials of the Chicago tiny hitting him hard all the

Bears of the National Football DALEYPistons "I'm very not one.sorry," he said. "It was very close. My horse "Naturally, I knew I had a horse with speed," he began, way. And he won."

League and Kansas City of the ran as good as I'expe ted. I was gaining on him at the wire "but I didn't ,want to press too much in the first part of the Thank you, Mr. President.

American Football League Get but he had a lot of horse under. him. The ground ran out on race. Even though Northern Dancer is easy to handle, I was .

about playing pro ball. us before I could catch him." afraid that I might fire him up too soon and not be able to I

;, ::I appreciate the offers theymade While Shoemaker was chatting brightly away in the jockey bring him back to rate him as I wanted. I

but I have decided to enter Knicks'Reed room, Manuel Ycaza reached into Willie's locker and extracted "He broke well and I dropped him on ,the rail in perfect

the field of religion. I have a bottle of hair lotion. position on the turn. Him (Hill Rise) and I were followingthe TALBOT

tfiought about'this a long time," DETROIT (AP) The Detroit "Hey, Weelie," said the cheerful Manuel, "geeve me some others and along the backside Hill Rise was outside of me.I .

said Jay, son of former Oklahoma -' Pistons acquired 6-foot-9 Hub of that greasy keed stuff." eased out as carefully as I could so I wouldn't get caught

Coach Bud Wilkinson.Hayward Reed from the New York Knick- The record-smashing victory of Northern Dancer made maybe before the five-eighth pole.

erbockers in a National,Basket- defeat ,a mite more palatable to the other jocks; including -"If he wasn't running so well I'da hafta stay on'the rail

ball Association transaction Sat. Shoemaker. None congratulated Bill Hartack, the winning and hope for luck.Brabham.

'. urday. rider. Part of that was due to the fact that the room had long ANSWERSMy

"""Wins Bout since been emptied by the time Hartack, never a popularitykid !

Reed was assigned to the with his lodge brothers, deigned to put in an appearance. Wins
Pistons to complete a trade -
;Don Shaw led the Condor Precision started in December that All Others PleasantAll I

League at Palm Lanes brought Donnis Butcher and the other riders were so pleasant But Hartack showedhis opponent charged The truth In a radio

yesterday with a 542 series on Bob Duffy to the Pistons from utter contempt' for the gentlemen of the fourth estate by I am for a $30.00 fee. show over WRUF he

games of 157-184-201. .Ray Sis- New York in exchange for John- putting them to needless torture. He was charming in a tele- Breaks Record admits that all fees

lerhad 497. Jane Parker toppedthe ny Egan and Larry Staverman. vision interview. Then he headed for the jockey room where are non-collectable.

girls with 434. half a hundred newspapermen, deadlines pressing hard on

,Alley Ooops had a 2134 series The Knicks brought Reed them, were waiting. (AP) Jack Brabham, veteran ished third in a Lotus with a My opponent charged The truth A School

and Seven Tens had a 739 high from Los Angeles earlier Satur Hartack paused outside and began to sign autographs. A Australian driver, won the Inter- time of 1:24.40.2. Phil Hill of that I had pressured Board member, investigated -

game. day. plea was made to the cordon of police around him to breakit continental Formula One automobile Santa Monica, Calif., in a Cooper the lunchroom workers. this and foundit

-- off. race Saturday in a dra- Climax, Chris Amon of New to be untrue.

I "He won't leave," said a cop. "He says these people come matic finish that saw the lead :Zealand in a Lotus BRM and

H Friday NL Boxes first and that we'll come in when he finishes." change three times in the last Mike Hailwood of Britain in a My opponent charged The truth As noted in

...., Hartack signed autographs for complete strangers. After three laps.Brabham: Lotus BRM took the next three that I cut out PTA the Gainesville Sun, it

'SAN-- FRANCISCO Night Camt LOS ANGELES NEW YORK Night Game CINCINNATI three-quarters of .an hour he tired slightly. But he still driving one of his I places. They were one lap be- at Gainesville High i was voted out democratically -

21 abrhbi 'cbrhbiJA'ou abrhbi abrhbi wanted, to twist the screws on the jittery guys waiting inside. own Brabham cars crossed the!I hind. School. by poi;..nts. <.
: rf-cf 400 Wills M 4120 Elliot cf 3110 Rose 2b 4010
Hiller 2b 10 0 0 W.Davis cf 3330 cHlckm'n cf 1 0 0 0 Ruiz 3b 4000 He sat down and signed more for the next quarter. of an hour. finish half a car's length ahead
MAys cf 4121 T.Davis If 4124 Hunt 2b 4120 Haper If 4000 Just when it began to that would Peter Revson of New York
writer's.cramp It had
appear truth to
M'Cey Il>1f 3010 Parker If 0000 Harkness Ib 101 0 Coleman Ib 3121 of the factory BRM driven by, My ,opponent noted that The -
Snider If-rf 3 0 0 J Howard rf 3110 Gonder 4011 Queen rf 3000 make him available, he condescended to call it a day. driving a Lotus BRM, took ninth I him personal come from some of hisi
Haiier c 4010 Fairly ib 2000 Thomas If 4121 Edwards C 3110 Graham Hill of Britain. : gave :
Hart 3b 3010 Roseboro C 2121 dD.Smith 0000 Keough cf 3122 Winning riders are usually in love :with the entire world. Brabham world driving place, three laps. behind the win- i in for motion on my supporters. The only I
2000 Camllli e 1010 Altman rf 3 0 0 Cardenas ss 3110 ,
Pagan Kuenn u 1000 Werhas kb2b: 4000Oarrido eTaylor 1000 Jay p 0000 Hartack scowled' his way to his locker and searchingly! staredat champion in 1960 and 1961, GRE score and numrecord of this is theRegistrar's I
ss 0000 111 1etrandall I' Kanehl 36 3010 Klaus 1000 row after row of inquisitors. He combed his hair. He sat ner.Dan ber of college hours. office"i ,
1000 Drysdale p 4010 fChrTpner 1000 Ellis p 0000 broke the Silvers one Formula Gurney of Costa Mesa
down and let his valet off his boots. Then he stood ,
Sanford p 2000 Smith ss 3000 bSkinner 1000 pull up Graduate School office
fierce p 0000 I Stallard p 3000 Henry p 1000 and One record three times on the; Calif., took the lead after world
W.AtOU 1000 Wakefield p 00.0 Henry p 1000 spoke. to His I and College of
larsen p 0000 Totals 31312 Totals 30 4 13 way victcy. average champion Jim Clark of Scotlandwas '
;Totals 32 1 S 1 Totals 31 712 t a-Struck out for Jay In 4rd; b-Struck speed for the 152.27 miles was Education // h 0 are
Struck out for Pagan In 7th; b- out for Ellis In 5th; c-Struck out for forced out by engine trou- his that
fouled: out for Pierce In 7th; c-Struck" Elliot In 8th; d-Ran for Thomas In 9th; 110.35 miles an hour. ble the 10th suppci >ers
out for Garrido In th. | e-Struck out for Altman In 9th; f- on lap. Gurney, could get him this in
Fernandina Brabham and Hill
San Francisco ............ 000 100 coo-lLM Grounded out for Kanehl in 9th. Both were driving a Brabham, led until the )
Angeles ..._......... 111003 iOx-7B New York ............_ 111 GOt 000-3 timed at 1:22:45.2 for the 52 lapsof mark formation. i
Cincinnati ................ 001 000 30* halfway then went out I
-McCovey. Sanford. Fairly Pierce. the race.
eo-A-San Francisco 24-14, Los Angeles E-Cardenas. PO-A-New York 2+11, with brake touble. VOTE FOR i
']-0. DP-Roseboro and Tracewski l; Hill. Cincinnati! 279. DP-Rose and Cole nan; Brabham equalled the Silver-
err May and Pagan. LOB-San Francisco Rjiz, Rose and Coleman. LOB4tNewY5
PKY Clash Hill the
to stone one-lap record of 111.86 won preliminary
7 Los Angeles S. %. 4 Cincinnati 2.
"Hitler.B-Tracewski HR-Mays., SB-W.Roseboro.Davis McCovey 2, Wills, Coleman 3B Gonder Keoufn., Cardenas., SB-D.HR Smith.- Thomas, m.p.h. set in a more powerful grand touring race in an Italian A LIFETIME, FULL TIME I

tJF-Roseboro. IP H R ERBBSO 2.5 liter car in 1960 by Innes Ire- Ferrari at 92.63 miles an hour. .
"ZT IP H R ER I. SO Stallard 1.1.3..61.3 4 4 4 0 4
Sanford, L. 2.2 ... 513 ,f 5 3 1 3 Wakefield ...... 123 I 0 0 0 2 land. Hill covered 73.175 miles PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR
tiwca ......... .. 2.3 0 0 0 1 l Jay........,...3 6 3 3 0 3
Linen .........2 3 2 2 2 3 Ellis ...........:2 0 0 0 0 2 For Loop TitleP. Peter Arundell of Britain fin. around the twisting Silverstone
Drysdale W, 21 5 1 1 2 f Henry W, 1-0 ... 4 2 0 0 0 6
..w8P-By Drysdale (Hart). Balk-San- WP-Stallard 2. U-Conlan, Vernon, circuit in 47:23.8, finishing 28 PULL LEVER 24 A I
ford. PB-Roseboro. U-Sudol, Pryor, Se- Weyer, Harvey. T-2:20. A-5,493. Adrian seconds ahead of an Aston Mar-
cory, Burkhart. T-2:44. A-52.773. PITTSBURGH ST. LOUIS Snaps
Night Game abrhbi abrhbi K. Yonge and Fernandina A, Palatka, while PKY was up- tin driven by Mike Salmon. An VOTE FOR"Tin"

CHICAGO- abrhbi HOUSTON abrhb Vlrdon Schofield ct U 101 4000 0 Flood Groat cf ss'' 5221 5120 Beach will clash at 7:30 tomor- set ,by Crystal River in ClassB Golf StreakADRIAN American powered A. C. Cobra W. S.
Stewart 2b 4210 Kasko ss 2 1 1 0'Brock Clemente rf 101 1 White lo 4120 play. '
rf 4320 Llllis ss 2000 Stargell If 3120 Boyer 3b 4111 row night at Harris Field. for driven by Jack Pears of Britainwas _
B-WIII'ms If 5 2 3 6 Fox 2t 1000 Clenden'n Ib 101 0 McCarver c 4 01 1 Mich. (AP) For third.
'Santo 3b 4100 White 2b 3000 Bailey 3b 3011 James If 4111 the Keystone Conference baseball Coach Wilbur Hoskins plansto :
"Banks Ib 5010 Spangler If 2000 Mazer'skl 2b 4 0 0 0 Lewis rf 4022 The Adrian College golf team, Bruce McLaren of New Zea- TALBOTSUPERINTENDENT
tiers ss 4122 W.Wiirms If 2000 McFa'lano c 4 0 0 0 Javier 2b 4010 crown. use Robert Stearns againstthe started out in the same
ell c 5121 Bond rf 4011 Law p 1000 Craig p 2010 Friday land won the international
Bucs. Other
Cawen cf 51 21 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 0 0 Butters p 1000 PKY startersloom : old losing style-but ended on,a
.kksoe p 4010 Hertz 3b 1100 aBurgess 1010 The, Blue Wave, 13-2 for the as Rusty Marcus, catcher sports car race over the same
Staub Ib 3100 bMota 0100 bright note.
Wynn cf 3010 Slsk p 0000 l season, won the Southern Di- ; Tom Hansen, first base; The golfers lost to Albion 16-0. distance at an average speed of
Yellen p 0000 Totals 33 212 Totals M m 2.7 liter
-' bGrote 1000 _Singled for Butters In Ith; b-Ran vision title in a playoff wit h Ricky Waglow, second base; Then they lost to Defiance of a
-- Bateman c 3011 for Burgess In ttn. Xerox Special. '
Bruce p 0000 Orange Park. Fernandina was George Solley, shortstop; Danny Ohio 11%.4%. That made 40 con-
Pittsburgh ............... 000 100 it-a
-"- CiusI Hoerner p p 0000 2010 St. LOUIS ................... 000 400 20X-4 an unbeaten winner in the Dennison, third base; and secutive losses for the Adrian Roy Salvador of Britain was Alachua County

aBea'ch'p cf 100. E-Javier, Lewis. PO-A-Pittsburgh 24- Northern Division. Cy Lott, Ronnie Rodgers and golfers. second in a 4.9 Cooper Maseratiand r
:Jtlt\ nUll Totals 33 3 5 2 10. St. Louis 27-14. DP-Schofield. Maz- \- EXPERIENCED CAPABLEPd.
---a-.Struck out for Giustl In 7th; b- eroskl and Clendenon; Javier, Groat and John Wiegman, outfielders. Then the team defeated Spring John Coundley of ,Britainwas
Struck out for Yellen In 9th. White. LOB-Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis .. Both the Bucs and Blue Wave third in a Lotus. ( Adv.
....... 2B-James, Groat. SF-Bailey. Arbor 10-6.
Chicago .. dt)00 GOt 018-11 Fernandina had veteran
..._....... IP H R ERBBSO were beaten in first round a
Houston 1 II 000 001- 3 ....... The losing streak extended
Law L. 0.1 31.3 6 4 4 1 0
-Hoerner. Brock. Banks. PO-A-Chicago Butters ......... 32.3' 2 2 0 3 group tourney games. Fernan- lineup and two fine pitchers in back to May of 1961 when Ad-
37-15, Houston 2711. DP-White, Lll- Sisk ............ 1 1 0 0 1 0 Ronnie Sapp and Joe Thrift. ,
Its and Staub; Lillis, Whit and Staub. Craig W,1-0..... f 7 2 I 1 6 dina Beach bowed 3-2 to defend- rian beat Ohio Northern. Ohio
.LTJB Chicago 6. Houston S. WP-Butters. Jaekowskl, Crawford state champion in Cl ass Sapp probably will start for
ing Northern failed to show and Remember This Is CLEAN UP
2B-Cowan. Jackson, Brock. B. WIl- Vargo. Forman. T-2.18. A- ,701. up :
l liams.- HR-B. Williams. SF-Bateman. the Bucs. Steve Beckett an d, lost on a forfeit. ,

jackson, W 31..9 IP H 5 R 3 ERBBSO 2 1 1 Sapp both had batting marks

Bruce U M .... 1.3. 5 5 0 1 around .400 to Fernan-
Hoerner ........ 1-3 3 5 0 2 1 FridayNight A lL[ BoxesNight prior Pick Billy
Giustl .......... 31-330023 dina's game with Palatka. The FIX UP PAINT UP WEEK
Yellen ......... 2 3 1 1 0 2 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP-Quar-) ,
J U-Smlt" Pelekoudas Gorman. Wil Game Game Bucs averaged 10 runs a gamein
liams. T-2.15. A-4.794. MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON NEW YORK their terback Billy Lothridge of
Night Canto abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi winning first ei gh t Georgia Tech was chosen Saturday
MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA Rollins 3b 4122 Mathews C' 5020 Zimmer 3b 4010 Kubek ss 3000 contests.
abrhbi abrhbi Oliva rf 4220 Charles 3b 3000 Brink'an ss 3000 Rich'dson 2b 3.1 1 0 to play for the East in the
Taylor 2b 5021Mayelf 4010 Allison Ib 2311 Causey ss 5010 bBlas'ame 1000 Lopez rf-lf 4030
Calllson rf 4011 Mathews 3b 3 0 1 1 Hall cf 4000 Gentile Ib 3211 Hinton If 3000 Mantle cf 3000 There will be no admission All-America football game here
Allen 3b 4121 Aaron rf 5021 KIII'brew If 5000 Colavito rf 4112 Skowron Ib 4000 Gonzalez rf 1000 charge for the contest. June 27. Sponsorerd by
Sievers Ib 4000 Torre Ib 5000 Green If 0 0 0 0 Lau c 4131 Hunt cf 2010 Tresh ltd 4011 __
Amaro Ib 1000 Bailey c 4111 Battey c '.22' Reynolds If 3000 Lock rf 3000 Pepitone Ib 2000 n
Gonzalez cf 10 1 0 Alou cf 4020 Zlm'rman c 1 0 1 0 aJunenez 1000 Leppert C 3000 Howard c 3000 The Gainesville
Cater If 3010 Boiling 2b 4110 Versalles ss 4 1 0 0 Cimoli If 0000 Cottier 2b 2000 Boyer 3b 3000 M ,
.If landos e 3220 Menke ss 1000 Allen 2b>> 4100 Green 20 4111 Daniels p 2000 Ford p 3000 I
.Wine ss 3100 aGabrMson 1000 Pascual p 3001 Drab'sky p 3000 Cheney p 0000 BETTER GUIDANCE
.Burning p 4111 Woodward ss 10 0 0 Pleis p 0000, Sturdivant p 0 0 0 0 aValentme 1000 S
Chamber of Commerce
.Short p 0000 bCllne 0000. Bowsfield p 0 0 0 0 Duckworth p 0 0 0 0 x
Roebuck. pOD 0 0 Smith p 0000 bAlusik 0000 Totals 21 0 2 0 Totals 29 1 S 1aHit HARRY EVANS Will Work
dBell 1000 Totals 3510 111 Totals 33505 Into force play for Cheney In
.... spahn p 2010 -Fouled: out for Reynolds In 8th; b- Ith; b-Struck out for Brinkman in 9th. For Better GUIDANCE
Niekro p 0000 Walked for Bowsfield In 9th. ............... y. v
Washingtoa 000 000 004-8
cDelaHoz ss 21 l 0 .
+Totals 35 510 4 Totals 36 310 3 New York: .............. GOO 1M Oflx I ; To Reduce Dropouts ..
.Popped out for Menke In 5th; b- Minnesota ....._......... 000 004 051-11 E-None. PO-A Washington 24-11, New r FOR .
Walked for Woodward In 7th; cStruckout Kansas City .............. tot 211 IllS York 2711. DP-Richardson, KubeK and r VOTE 4 :y
for Niekro In 7th; d-Struck out for,
Pepitone. LOB-Washington 4, New York726Hunt. .
Smith In 9th.Philadelphia .:.- .
............. 000 113: Ml-SMttwaukee I E-None. PO-A-Minnesota 275, Kansas Richardson, Lopez.IP HARRY EVANS
.............. 100 ooa 003--3 City 27- LOB-Minnesota 6. Kansas H R ERBBSO
Daniels L, 21 ... 6 2.3.4 I I 3 4
.....ETrlandos.Bunning.. PO-A-Philadelphia City 7. Cheney.......... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0
27-9 Milwaukee 2710. DP-Wine.I Duckworth ...... 1 1 0 0 0 1 of Schools
Taylor and Sievers. LOB-Philadelphia''.1 HR-Colavito, Green, Battey, Lau Gentile Ford, W, 2.1 ...... 9 2 0 0 3 1 j Superintendent I
Milwaukee 10. Allison. SB-Charles. S-Charles.IP U-Soar,' Salerno. Valentine McKinley, at (Pd. Adv.) i Let's all support this city effort and make ay : '
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rtay p' : : the time, had come to stimulate public "
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Goin, chairman; .
: Vice-Chairman; Mrs. F. W: Kokomoor '. '

second Vice-Chairman Mrs. .
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"f 'sN A K Tt, X ,y.'. : 's s ANF 4A taP Gaines B. Lang, secretary; Mrs. John

A. Harrison, treasurer;,Mrs, MeAl/ .

X ter, publicity chairman; and .Mrs.. ,

Harris, membership chairman.

The organizational meeting was

held September 30, 1954, with a

membership of 563. Today the membership .

w, JStb totals, 1,029.

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During the past 10 years, the '

wT Gainesville Friends of the Library,

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Florida, has given much aid and as-
Charter members of the Friends of the Library examine the bulletin board at
the Gainesville Public Library, which has been the recipient of countless gifts .' sistance in the formation of other .
from the organization. Pictured left to right are Mrs. F. W. Kokomoor, Mrs. 01 .
both in and of the state
Lyle N. :McAlister, Mrs. John A. Harrison and Mrs. Sanford Goin. Charter groups out .; :
members not pictured are Mrs. Robert!. Harris, Mrs. George B. Hurff and ., "*-. ',-
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t i. ; Mrs. Raymond Tassinari, second vice-president, and Sirs. John McFerrin, .
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Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 3, 1964 _

Edwina Williams, Miss Kay moon to South Florida. For Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. George, Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert I I I

r Rogers-Fagan Nuptial Vows Exchanged Herndon, Miss Bonnye Colson, traveling, the bride chose a Burp e, Athens, Ga.; Mr. and Gresimer and Susan. Gresimerof t

[ Miss Jane Herndon, Mrs, Edwin lime green summer wool Mrs. C. H.. Camp Sr., Macon, Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. ,i
Whitehead and Mrs. Lowell sheath dress with a matching Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. M. G.Daw- W. J. Curry Jr.; and Bob j:1:

! Church The University Avenue of hospitalities in the reception Mrs.Adams A. G. Dasinger of Dothan of,Mount Ala., jacket, white ,patent, leather sey, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Curry of Winter Park, Miss !

of Christ was the set- room. Dora, aunt of the bridegroom; accessories and a white or Adams, :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carol Conti of Miami, Miss : iI i
ting Saturday afternoon chid Upon their return I I
for Aunts Assist Mrs. Henry Wright and Miss corsage. Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Wayne Roseborough of' 1 i
the the will be at
wedding of Miss Sharon Those cutting cake were Susan Gresimer of Tallahassee home at 321 NE Ninth Street Henry'Wright, all of Dothan, Deland; Mr. and Mrs. Grable I
Elizabeth Fagan, daughter of x x Mrs Doris Hosselton, aunt of ; Mrs. Eva Cobb, Mrs. A. and continue their studies at Ala.; Mrs. Thelma Brownett Stoutemire of Daytona Beach;
Mr. and Mrs. David Sbytle the bride; Mrs. J. L. Burrellof W. Fletcher, Mrs. Marvis Rob- the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs{ Gerald Camp Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clay
Pagan, and John Douglas Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. erts, Miss Patricia Whiting, Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Groves, Boston of New Orleans,; Walt t
Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Brownett of Jackson Miss Ginger Williams and Out-of-town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. William Ingram; Parsons of Tampa; R.-.B,Rog -, I
Robert ville. Miss Angelia Hendricks.The Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burrell, George Canova, all of Jack ers of Panama City, Miss
Wesley Rogers of Alan Burrell of Savannah, sonville. 1 Hazel Sims of Bogart, Ga. -
Gainesville, formerly of Eliza- Pouring punch were Mrs. Bride's book was kept I
beth Tom K. 'Fagan, aunt of the by Mrs. Andrew John, "
City, N.C. EvangelistJohn oA:0 bride; Mrs. Robert Gresimer Temples, Mrs. William Daniel : / I
Arnold performed the of Tallahassee, Mrs. M. G. Boyd Jr., Miss Sandra Lee .
double ring ceremony.The Dawsey of Dothan, Ala., aunt Coins and Mrs. Howard Clay
altar was banked with of the bridegroom; Miss Mary Boston of New Orleans. FASHIsets I 0" N' .... .",.
32r Wayne Roseborough of De-
magnolia and palms and dec- land and Mrs. Hawk. White net rice bags were
orated with arrangements of passed by Sandra Brooker, the for : :-f fZALE'S t:, -
Among those assisting in Kathy Bogle, Lynn and Dana pace .
daisy chrysanthemumsand iryd' t; the hospitalities were Mrs. Lee Philpot. I
stephanotis. Earle Fagan and Mrs. S. R.

I An arch brass tree candela- t fi a Fagan, aunts of the bride; To Continue Studies I 'GREAT'ALUESI! :P
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brum with white tapers was yQ' Mrs. James Whiting, Mrs. The couple left on a honey- ._.. '-. ,-

placed at the center of the VI

altar with two, round-tiered Remember Mother's Day May 10th Zale's is always the,first r '

brass candelabrum holding ..., r to offer the newest ..

white tapers at either side. o kxAo in fashion jewelry at the .

Wedding music was provided --v- sure yic lowest These possible exciting prices.rings,
by Miss Patricia Rehbein, for example t
organist, and Miss Carolyn to

Whitehead soloist. c T ,
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Given in marriage by her JTtcd '%' -
father, the bride wore a floor- delighther. A. Delightful Is this 9-diamond dinner ring in 14K gold.$39.95 '

length gown of silk organza

over taffeta with appliques of Mrs. John Douglas Rogers I c
re-embroidered lace. The circular -
chapel train was caughtat aqua sheath of imported fri Sr., Mrs. Barney Colson and II .'
the waistline by a soft flat banne and a Chantilly lace Mrs. Herschel Goins.
bow. Her veil of illusion fell
bolero. Mrs. Rogers chose a Introducing guests to the
from a cluster of pearlized light blue silk shantung sheath receiving line was Mrs. Wil- A GIFT FROM. airy t
lilacs. She carried a cascade liam C. Evans. .
bouquet of baby's breath and dress with lace bodice, and 3 1e 1(
centered with accessories. Both Inviting guests to the re-
stephanotis a matching *

yellow-throated white orchid. heart had corsages roses.Reception of pink sweet- Marvin freshment Brooker tables Jr.were, Mrs.Mrs.A. JLA N 11I1 III: Im B3t S I

Attendants Wear Coral D. Fagan and Mrs. Grable I B. Dynamic dome ring sprinkled C. Rich 14K gold dinner ring D. New dinner ring boasting
At Woman's Club Stoutemire. I with 7 fine diamonds,14K gold. dramatized by 12 diamonds. vibrant diamonds. 14K gold.
Miss Janice Burrell of Mrs. C. V. Home and Mrs.T. W. University Ave. Use Central ChargeWe're 559.95 $295 $150
Savannah, Ga., cousin of the The reception, given by thebride's i
bride, was maid .of honor; parents, was held at W. Gause were in charge .1
Mrs. Walter Thomas Brownett the.Gainesville Woman's Club.
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sister of the bride, was Baskets of white oak hydran-
matron of honor, and Miss gia, white roses, stock and
Irene Curry of Winter Park white chrysanthemums were
and Miss Carol Gresimer of used in decoration.The .

Tallahassee, were brides-
maids. serving table was cov-
ered with white net over dam-

All wore identically ask with a swag of white chif I r 6...v.
fashioned sheath dresses of fon caught at the corners and waiting with one of the

candy cora 1 sata-peau with in the center with clusters of s most collections of E. Seven splendid diamonds in F.Ten brilliant diamonds dramG.. Inspired styling cf 1l8. ia-
detachable. dome-shaped over- white wedding bells and liliesof gorgeous 14K gold dinner ring. $250 atize 14K gold dome ring. mond dinner ring in 14K-go! l.
skirts. Their headpieces were the valley. An arrangementof women's apparel and accessories in many $100 $395
matching crushed bows covered white roses and lilacs in a
with a tiny veil. four-branch silver candela springs .
JEIf H. Nine
brum centered the table. fine diamonds dramatically
All carried cascade bou- i / sweep across 14K dome
quets of bells of Ireland and The wedding cake was $79.95Ittiutnthnt
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yellow centered daisy chry- served at one end of the table I

santhemums. and punch was served from a 4"Gainesville's CONVENIENT TERMS
silver bowl at the other end.I 40 't
James Wilson Sund of Clearwater -
; served as best man with The bride's table, covered
Rodney Eugene Rogers, brother with a lace cloth over dam- nltraidl A:
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Calendar an ( ENGAGEMENTS I 1 1 Auxiliary : !{'

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\ Of EventsSUNDAY qd ;3'i .....-- t 8 Luncheon

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May 3 .
.C .
Beta Lambda Chapter, Epsilon 9 '. 6.

Sigma Alpha Sorority ] .t .a l 1 M S May .
Preferential Tea Honoring fmr" ry l%bY sa [

Rushees, 3 to 5 p.m., Mrs. s n v. 'rdxY Florida Hos-
ark )xx)): Ii # -' pital will hold its
Carlos Auxiliary
M. Hope, 1206 NE 3rd }!.<.:.'
.a.y .. annual
StreetS : 3 luncheon and meeting

nta Fe Regional Library Jj'f{. J'"M Wednesday at 11:45 A3, In'

Advisory Board 3 p.m., ; .,., .,. the Holiday Inn.
Gainesville Public Library. r... ;,. -.' Mrs. Anne J. Vestal, direc-
t'ff" tor of institutional servicesat
j MONDAY,- May 4 J .::.(l j
3 the Health Center will be
f Women of the Moose, 8 ------- guest speaker., ,
Miss WeidlerCassels
Miss Juliet Wood Miss Cindy Prevatt ,Joan
Miss Jill Deana Fultz
p.m., Moose Lodge. ; Officers for 1964-1965 will

Gainesville Bridge Club, be installed by Mrs. S. S. Bal-

I 7:30 p.m., Recreation C e li FultzLeeHAWTHORNE Y.J W WeidlerTALLAHASSEE -- lard, Northeast District DI-
rector of the Association of
Board University Florida Hospital Auxiliaries.
-- Mr. and uated from Leon High
of the
Mr. and friends and relatives
Women's Club 9:30 should be
; a.m., Reservations
Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz Presi- Mrs. Benjamin S. Fultz have couple are invited to attend. Miss Betty Mae Beck Miss Harriet Jane HannonHannonAdkinson Mrs. George Harold Weidlerof School. He is' a student at made through today by calling

dent's Residence, followed by announced the engagementand The bride-elect is a graduate Tallahassee, and formerlyof FSU and is president of Beta Mrs. R. L. Williams or

noon 1 u n cheon honoring old approaching marriage of of Hawthorne High School Gainesville, have announced Alpha' Psi, accounting honor- Mrs. V. S. Phaneuf.
their daughter Miss Jill De- and is now employed in the the engagement of their
and new board members. ary. He will graduated in Auxiliary members are re
Delo Lee Jr. offices of the Alachua County daughter, MissBarbara Joan
Fultz to ,
ana their I
August with a BS degree in quested to wear u n
TUESDAY, May 5 son of Mr. and Mrs. Delo Lee Commissioners.Mr. Weidler to Leon Harold Cas
Mr. and forms.MOTHERS .
Mrs. Joseph Queens College, Charlotte accounting.
Executive Board Gainesville of Aberdeen, S, D. Lee, a graduate of sets son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wright Hannon of Gainesville N. C. She will enter the Uni
Carl Dean Cassels of Talla
Woman's Club, Noon The nuptials will take place Aberdeen Central High School,
announce the engagement of versity of Florida in the fall.
I Luncheon, followed by afternoon June 20 at 7:30 p. m. in the Aberdeen S. D., is currently their daughter, Miss Harriet Mr. Adkinson a graduate of hassee. DAY IS

session, Mrs. Winston A. Orange Heights Baptist serving in the U. S., Navy Jane Hannon, to James Allison the Bolles School, Jacksonville The wedding will be an
I with following aboard the USS R. H. Mc- event of 25 atJSt., Paul's
Little, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Church a reception Adkinson Jr., son of Mr. is presently a seniorat July NEXT SUNDAY!
Mrs. George Butler, Mrs. J. at the jhurch. All Card. and Mrs. James Allison Ad- the University of Florida Methodist Church.

Ed Price and Mrs. Mitchell kinson of Orlando, former. where he is a member of Miss' Weidler attended J.

Baumstein, hostesses, Club- residents of Gainesville. ,Kappa Sigma fraternity.The J. Finley and Buchholz Junior

house. WoodThaxtonALACHUA Miss Hannon was graduatedfrom wedding is planned for High School She

Alachua County Diabetes Lay P. K. Yonge Laboratory August 8 at the First Methodist was graduated from Leon
Society, 7:30 pjn., Frank M. -'Mr. and Mrs. two families and a few inti- School and is a' student at Church.PrevattStarling. 'High School where she was
Hall Auditorium. Wilbur Leon Wood of Haynes- mate friends. elected a Key Club Sweet.

Forestry Wives Club, Tupperware worth Farm, Alachua an- Miss Wood was graduatedin heart. A senior at Florida
'P a r ty, 8 p.m., Fla- nounce the engagement of April from Florida State ,State University, she is a''

vett Recreation Hall. their daughter, Miss Juliet University with a BS degreein i member of Chi Omega soror- WBIIAVJi Till
Gainesville Woman's Club food and nutrition. She is
Wood to James Harvey Thax- ity and Angel flight.and is ,
Sketch Group 9:30 a.m., Mrs. ton Jr., son of Mr. and a member of Alpha OmicronPi WALDO Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Starling graduated from an ROTC Battalion Sponsor.
Richard C. Burnard, 1601 NW Mrs. James Harvey ThaxtonSr. Sorority. W. L..Prevatt of Waldo have Union County High School She will be graduated in

35th Way. of Americus, Ga. Mr. Thaxton a second lieu- announced the engagementand and is presently employed by June.
Medical Dames 7 p.m., tenant in the U. S. Air Force approaching marriage of the Northeast Florida State Mr. Cassels was also grad. NICEST GIFTS!

Mrs. George Singleton, 2802 The wedding set for May also was graduated in April their daughter, Miss Cindy Hospital Macelenny. .
NW 4th Lane.Merrysteppers. 23 at 5'p.m. in the Holy Trin- from Florida State Universitywith Prevatt, to Carlis Lamar The wedding will be solemn- B. O. Fennels AQCA

8 p.m., City ity Episcopal Church of a BS degree in mathe- Starling son of Mr. and ized June 20 at 8 p.m. in the
Recreation Center. Gainesville, will be solemnized matics. He is a member of Mrs. Sidney Starling- Rai- Graham Baptist Church. A re- Celebrate

Kanapaha Home Demon in the presence of the Delta Chi fraternity.WilsonPeterson ception will follow at the homeof gFOR MOTHER
stration Club, 9:30 ajn., Mrs. ford.Miss Prevatt was gradu- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Golden Wedding

W. H. Bryan, 110 NW 4th Ave ated from Gainesville High Sparks.No .
School and is employed by invitations are being sent Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Pennell

nue.Tuesday Evening Supper G. C. Murphy Company of and all'relatives and friends, recently celebrated their gol- .. "
Club 6 pjn.1402 West Uni Mrs. Elma E. King of the Alachua County Tax Col- Gainesville.Mr. are invited to attend.BeckCrosby den wedding anniversary with '- --r f- 'f"f;n";

versity Avenue.WEDNESDAY. Gainesville announces the en- lectors Office. an open house at their home, LOVINGLY 1

gagement of her daughter, given by their daughter Mrs.
May 6 Mr. Peterson is employedby GIFT it
Mrs. Shirley K. Wilson, to Joseph Fashbaugh of Canton,
Gainesville Bridge Club, the Alachua County Sherill's
Donald L. Peterson son of Ohio.
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Department. j't
Mrs. Lula B. Peterson of
t Gainesville Fine Arts Asso- Organ music was provided fREE
will be
ciaton, Banquet, 7 p.m., Holiday Hollywood Fla. Wedding plans an- and Mrs. J. L. Beck of The wedding is plannedfor their son Bud Pennell.Mr. l l
Mrs. Wilson is by nounced.
Gainesville announce the en- Pennell retired from .. -
Inn. June 12 at 8 p.m. at the -: .. <, '"
Democratic Women's Club gagement of their daughter, Southside Baptist Church.No Republic Steel in 1958 when
Luncheon Noon Holiday Inn SmithShimerSTARKE Miss Betty Mae Beck, to Jackie the couple moved to Hamp-
Green Room Senator Beth L. Crosby son of Mr. and invitations will be sent ton. They have two children ... Famous International & Silverplate

Johnson of Orlando, guest Mrs.: A. L. Crosby, Gordon, and all friends and relativesare 13 grandchildren, and 10
Mr. and Mrs. member of Chi Omega soror-
Ala. invited to attend. great grandchildren.Mrs. .
speaker. Foster Shi Smith have an- ity. She is continuing her stud-

University of Florida Hospital nounced the engagement of ies at Heidelberg University, [SLICE. 'N
annual luncheon
Auxiliary, their daughter, Miss Shi Anne Heidelberg, Germany. SET
11:45 a.m., Holiday SERVE
Smith to Lt. Preston Leon Coffee Fetes MathewsesSenator ,
Inn, Mrs. Anne J. Vestal, Shimer of Karlsruhe, Ger- Lieutenant Shimer was graduated 10" tray -
guest speaker. from the University of and pierced
son of Mr. and Mrs. server.f
Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., many Preston G. Shimer of Mor- West Virginia with a degreein John E. "Jack" Those assisting in the hos- Arthur Broyles. Ideal, for

Mrs. William L. Lowry, 1208 ganstown. W Va. journalism and also received Mathews of Jacksonville can- pitalities throughout the morning During the party, ,Mrs: jellies, sliced >

NW 16th Avenue. Miss Smith was graduatedfrom his master's degree in didate for governor and Mrs. were Miss Betty Pound Mathews gave an informal cucumbers.tomatoes.. ,
OES Auxiliary 3 pjn., Mrs.J. Bradford High School photo-journalism. Mathews were honored with a Mrs.' Asa Cox Mrs. David talk concerning her campaign

A. Gibbs, 1122 SW 2nd Ave and from Roanoke College Salem Wedding plans will be an coffee Thursday morning dur- Anderson Mrs. Brooks Hen- experiences about the state

nue.Eight Va., where she was a nounced.Brides' ing their brief stay in Gaines derson Mrs. Joe Willcox and with her husband. I
; O'clock Group, Uni- ville.

versity Women's Club Newcomers The party, given at the homef -- -

8 pjn, Clubhouse, Mrs. James Clayton followed TIME ONLY! \
Newberry Road, Mrs. Charles BookWEDNESDAY \
a breakfast held in honorof
McCallum, guest speaker. Senator Mathews at the A \ 0
Engineering Wives 10 a.m., Holiday Inn. Yf \
East Blue Room Student May 6 Thrasher wedding party following -
A special guest for the coffee
Service Center, Brunch, rehearsal at the First \
Miscellaneous shower hon- was the candidate's mother
Bridge and Canasta. Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs.A. Mrs. John E. Mathews of
,Cosmos Club Game Party, oring Miss Carolyn Ridgell L
T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd Jacksonville who was also a _
2:30: p.m., Mrs. W. M. Rogers bride-elect of Charlton B. Daniel Street. member of the official party. _
828 NW 21st Avenue.
8 p.m., Mrs. Lowell Mock Greeting guests at the door ROUND TRAY FOOTED TRIVET

THURSDAY, May 7 and Mr Grant Edson at the SATURDAY, May 9 were Mrs. Osee Fagan Mrs. diameter, 10* diameter, 6l/z" Insulated

Gainesville Junior Woman's latter's home, 2212 NW 15th Wedding of Miss G I enda_ William C. Andrews and Mrs. OUTSTANMNG SAVINGS c ? '4i
Club, Installation Earl Scarborough.Red .
Jane of Mr.
Uni- Avenue. Moon daughter
and Meeting, 10:30 a.m., roses with blue accents

versity Inn.Chapter FRIDAY, May 8 and Mrs. Richard I. Jones, depicting the campaign color ON BASIC SETS OF TOWLE STERLING
CQ PEO 8 pjn., and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr. theme were used in the foyer,
Mrs. M. H. Johnson, 1617 Bridesmaids luncheon honoring of Mr. and Mrs. and of
son B._E. living dining rooms cn'four i
Save to $17.00 4-pieee place settings
NW 12th Road. Miss Glenda Moon the home. S up
Gainesville Chapter 44, Thrasher 4 p.m., First Bap- Save up to $46.00 on eight 6-piece place settings
elect of Barton E. Mrs. B. C. Fryer, Mrs. Jim
OES 8 Masonic Temple. bride tist Church. Reception follow- Save up to $69.00 on twelve piece place settings
p.m. Mrs. Quincy Mrs. Clifford C. Beas-
Coffee honoring old and new Thrasher Jr.,12.30: p.m. ing with bride's parents hostsat ley and Mrs. E. Covington

.executive board of the Newcomers Wayne Sandefur, 1418 NW 16th the Church. Johnston poured coffee. **?. s ts Sasff 'TS.w$3kW j- *'m* i
of the university Terrace. 1 2Z'Ry: ax d ag. sA j. .<;
Women's Club 10 a.m., Mrs. RELISH DISH BUFFET TRAY

J.Residence.Wayne Reitz, Presid e n t's Rehearsal dinner for MoonShower PKY Latii n Banquetancient gttK < 20* removable glass finer Mnp diameter i lM. 13'A*

Association of University
Annual Roman banquet oj'!F Roman days, was
'.Women, Morning
terest Group Mrs. Robert W. the P. K. Yonge High School featured.

Jones, 1215 NW 23rd Boule Latin Club took place recently Pat Waldo, club president,

vard. at the home of Bill New- was in charge of the affair

University Mothers' Club berry, vice-president. with entertainment providedby Here Is a rare opportunity to own .the Tow!. Sterling S
Covered-dish Luncheon 11 HonorsBrideelect Sandra Sadler and Joan
y y.s
All members attended wearing Service you have always wanted.Substantial savings on
a.m., meet at the University traditional dress with "patricians" Hindman, members of the services for 4, 8, or twelve people ever the single. place y yS
Women's Club for transportation PKY majorette squad. .'
stock price. 4 yf@ r
setting or
to the summer home of served by "slaves"while S open y yS

Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Lake reclining in Romaji More than 25 student members S Parents of the Bride. Now Is the time to carry on that y

Winott. fashion. A menu, typical of were in attendance.Sportswear. wonderful old tradition of gjvtag your daughter set of S BREAD TRAY FLUTED BOWL

sterling for her. wedding. Many l toveJy Towli patterns to '
fcrth, .13% diameter, lOVfc
FRIDAY, May EGainesville Miss Jan Purvis, bride. choose from

Bridge Club, elect of Jack Ramsey, was S Wonderful selection of popular serving accessoriesfor

9 Bridge a.m., Holiday Party, Inn.Gainesville Regular honored at a miscellaneous memorable gift giving or rich addition to your

Woman's Club.SATURDAY shower given recently by Mrs.C. NAV THENItrGIPTs R F k own home. AH superbly crafted and available at

May 9 W. Beasley and Mrs. Otis this modest price for a limited time only.

Sanders of Valdosta, Ga., at
Association of University '
American See.them today.
I Women Garden Tea the Beasley home.

state president- .!1THE INTERNAtlGN ;
honoring Among the 40 guests pres- L 8i9' .cPJf.P'
elect, Dr. Lalla Boone, 3 to 5 TOfflBER
ent were Mrs. A. L. Purvis
S. Koru, 1130
p.m.. Mrs. S. B-L FINE GIFTS DEPT.
SW 9th Road. mother of the bride-elect;

UF Agricultural Women's Mrs J. C. Ramsey, motherof .
; Pattern from too:Old Muttr.Freneh ProvtndaL Fontana
Club, Annual Family Picnic, the bridegroom-elect; Mrs. Craftsman,King Richard Uisto.B Grand,Chartenwgn

2'p.m., Lake Wauberg" picnic Maude Robinson, grandmotherof Blouses, Skirts, S S

supper 5'PmHome the bridegroom-elect, and Piece Dresses; \ rg'ahze4i&J

Mrs. P. T. Guthrie, grand- Bermudas, Jamocias '
EC Assn.. mother of the bridetobe.The 1 22 v
Slim Jima, Swim Wear S l..Jc. S Scr

Meeting Sef serving table was covered .

with'an Italian cutwork FREE THE STORE WITH MORE
Members of the Central tablecloth and was decorated K 6E1rS s GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

Florida Home Economics As with an arrangementof utk 1301 NORTH MAIN STREET *
sociation are invited to attenda
{ gladioli in silver stir
covered-dish supper: Wednesday pink a .
at,6:30' pjn.:"in the bowL ,
home of Mrs Mell H. Atcl1lq.tft..tfW.Uth'S1reet. 103 WEST S SS
The hostesses presented S UNIVERSITY AVENUE Use Your B-L Charge or Central Charge
> NEXT,TO' FLORIDA' THEATRE. S ,_ '. -r_ <-
"'Hectlen .and.installation>of "Miss: Purvis with a silver wat- Free Parting rant Federal Lot ."Central-Ours. or' lay-Away MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE -

Vticers will be held. er pitcher.

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I and Mrs. L. H. Robbins were !

/ / County Schools'/ / Art Exhibit Opens Bridge Club NqtesJudy fourth Mrs with H. L.111'Gray%. and Van A. 1

May led the East West field !
the second By RALPH H. BLODGETTThe BY JOHN E. CRAPS with 125%. They were followed {I
Opening today,
University City Bridge by Mr. and Mrs. R.'N.,Livingston
:Mrs. R. W. Bryan and R. H. j
exhibit f of art work by Club gathered at the,University
: Mr. and
; with 123H,
Harms won first place in the 1
AIachua Club
students of
,w County Faculty on Monday Mrs. A. J. Catotti with 113%, j
j4 Wednesday evening of
Public Schools will be shownat f ,,tR. evening for a fractional mas- game I
: : SLY xrG a Y the Gainesville Clubat and Mrs. H. D. Putnam and
L ter Mrs. D. R.
t Florida point game. '
the National Bank 44I'a. Miss Bernice Brenke with 112-
.r the Holliday Inn with 124
--- 4, Frazier and Mrs. R. W.
building. Jones had better than a 70 match points. There were The club will conduct its '
c'4 nine tables in play and average next game at 7:30 tomorrow F;
The show is entitled, "Art per cent game to take first '
x N ;re 94A for all pairs 10&Ian evening at the Recreation ten-
place in the North-South di- was ,
.4 Through the,Ages:. Kindergarten ter., On Wednesday evening,
rection. C. Boardmanand
Through High School", Harry T. Gilson and E. E. the annual club championshipfor
the writer second,
4V'yo were Phillips tied with D. W. Bow- mixed will be held.
The exhibit, which will be open and Mrs.Robert Fuerst and pairs
dab y man and R. I. Johnson for will be welcome on both oc

t _,,IJI______ wR f run from. through 2 to 5 Saturday.p.m. today That will Mrs.Mrs.J.John Benson C.were Soderstrumand third. second with 123, while Mr. casions.AROUNP .

Cliff Landers outdistanced -
7-- .. day, hours will be from 9 a.m.
tx the other East -. West
; r '' > until 5 p.m. while on Friday, pairs. Second went'to Mrs.' theVORLPThere's
t .. the exhibition may be viewed Virginia Windsor and R. W.
fi w r q+ ,; Y ; .>Y. G. until 9 p.m.Cosponsored. 4' Jones, and third to Miss Carol
Ruppert and Mrs. Jean Yer-
by the Ala-
5 rye .r rye 'WORLD
chua ,County Public Schools ? 'z4 At Weed Hall Wednesday

I and Gainesville Fins Arts evening, Harry C, Boardmanand / 3i cRUISES ,

n'y Association, all county SN. the writer improved a bit .o ,'
and came in first in the North
/ schools have been invited to
/ : South direction. Larry Davis '. to -
participate. and R. Shaw were second, and
Selections to be displayedwere Mr. and Mrs. James R. An- ..r..a _: ..

made by members of derson were third.
p v- -1 Mrs. Harry R. Warfel and
the Fine Arts Association.
Mrs. R. W. Jones rejoiced in
The planning committee in- a first place finish among the ( )

cluded Jack Waters, coordi- i went East -to West Mrs.pairs.M. Herget Seconds and There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World
nator for 'the public schools; Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure
% D. R. Frazier, and thirdto to describe it!
Mrs. C. Glen Hess, chair Miss Carol Ruppert and Mail coupon below for your free copy!
man of children's activities of Hn
I .Q the Fine Arts Association, [ Mrs.The Virginia club meets Windsor.tomorrowat 55 exciting days from $2295.4 sailings monthly
Mrs. Lucile Fay, Mrs. Hugh
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7:30 p.m. at the University ,
Davis Jr., Mrs. M. E. Shaw, WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE
Club New
Faculty on berry I
Judy Haufler and Greg Self, second grade students at Lit Mrs. Jack Waters, and Mrs. Road and on Wednesday at fOUR) 80S W. UNIVERSITY AYE II I
Esmond Brandt. @ PHONE FR 6-4641
tlewood, were among the many public school students working 7:30 at Weed Hall, 107
totem for the Alachua p.m. I
pole PublicSchools'
Preparing a
on art to be shown at the Second Annual Exhibit in the County Name
Hostesses will be on duty NW 15th Terrace. All inter- I
WINDS AddrHl 1nn
Art Exhibit opening today were Jim Sansbury, left, '
Florida National Bank.Friends.
each day during the exhibit ested b r i dge players are in- Saa,1
under the direction of Mrs. and Fred Howard, right, both fifth grade students at Sidney vited to attend and competein .-......M_...,--!...&..cult e............n.Kl.we.M y I
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Brandt. Lanier these games. --r

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(Continued from Page IB) ey for the library. The first

sale netted $80, the second M _x
Officers elected the first
$120, and this year the librarywas
year were: president, Mrs. presented with a check ? v
McAlister; first vicepresident -
for over $1,300.
Mrs. George Lee Crutcher -
; second vice-president, Dr. $15,000 Raised
Henry H. Graham; third vice- ,; '..
president, William B. Watson During the 10 years $5,720

Jr.; treasurer, Prof. John A. from the Book Sales, given to ''f' cj ; "
Harrison; secretary, Mrs. the library for the purchaseof 'I i -,' '.J.
new books.Membership. ,
Preston Keeter; publication r> ; .
chairman, Mrs. Harris; pub dues and con- g
licity chairman, Mrs. Hurff tributions, plus the Book Sale r x :
and membership chairman, profits, have brought the total

Mrs. Armin H. Gropp.A given by the ,Friends of the y t B k' ? .

dinner to honor the provisional Library to over $15,000 in %

board members has those ten years. 7 1" .
been scheduled Wednesday, rk 4 : -
Two bulletins are mailed
May 12, at the Holiday Inn
twice a year, one in the spring 4 ,
preceding the annual Meeting and one in the fall, to over'
and election of officersat ,
8 2,400 persons. This publication .
p.m.Mrs. "The Library and Its

Clyde McCoy, authorof Friends," keeps the membership R rfiR
"Journey out of Darkness,"' informed of pertinent .
and Gainesville's outstanding matters concerning the library .aA e

Citizen for 1963, will be library legislation and ::1II\\

meeting.the featured speaker for. the special events, etc. s ,ix

The Bulletin has been spon.
a a .
Dinner tickets will be $2.25 sored through the years by j ,
per person. All reservations many business and banking >
must be made with Mrs. John firms in Gainesville with only :

McFerrin by Friday. the cost of mailing paid by iw I h
the Friends of the Library.The .
Mrs. Gropp President
original alms of the Gay days ahead... a pretty 'n practical
Mrs. Gropp Is the current group were to bring the public dress by Pat Perkins of all cotton
president of the Friends of What a wonderful way to play I Pat Perkins :fine,
of Pepperell
a deeper appreciation chambray denim. Tastefully
the Library and Mrs. McAlister woven all-cotton stripe seersucker with action back .
its library; to focus public decorated with red and white braid :. Y
is also a member on the attention providing a group and leather tabbed, elasticized belt. Wash it, trim.Washes easily, dries quickly. ::

present executive board. means of communication be- wear it-eheds wrinkles, too. Casual colors. Sanforized.Snap-on grippers..Blue or .
These officers and tween tie community and the Sizes 10 to 20 and 14 y to -
many grey.Sizes 12 to 20 and 14# to,24.
men and women of the com- library, to stimulate gift of
munity have shown a contin- books and special collectionsto .,

using interest in the library the library, cooperatingwith i I g; ,
making the the City Commission and o- .
organization a I 24&r ,. .
family and civic affair. librarian in achieving special
Dues of $1 per person or $2 projects and to give,attentionto j
per family have remained the new library building plans.

same over the years. AddI- These aims have not .
tional contributions and spe- changed. The first four re \
cial gifts have .been many. main as pertinent In 1964 as t reflect tlnj 1 XT .,
Membership is open to any in 1954. and the last aim is Aoieru' not Ci'ltt 1.
resident in the, city and surrounding now in the forefront with the frets *
area. passage of the six million dollar (teytin -
The Book Sale, an annual bond issue and a new library dye ts ,, > Salty, smart and such easy, easy care!
affair,,has always been a successful being contemplated F sl Sunny Vale's coat dress of an Cotton PepperoU

mean of raising mon- just as it was 10 years ago. Chambray Denim with red and white braid trim

t Wash it! Wear itS If 0 Sanforized too! Soap-on

grippers.Salty bine. Sizes 12 to 20 and
MrsRusse II Nobles Is
.14% to 2412Only.

Me I rose W!SCS: Leaderslonary ( .j i iT

ti f// (

MELROSE Mrs. Russell education and serv- f : 3 I ;.
Nobles was elected presidentof ice; Mrs. Carl Berkelman, stu : '
the Woman's Society of dent work; Mrs. Effie Bass, ftAlways Ep t :6.99 : :
Christian Service of the Melrose youth work; Mrs. William ; .' f \\\.4.4i : ; ::.,
Methodist Church recent- Copeland, children's work
ly.Other Mrs. Robert I. Evans, spiritual L : ;'t'tI f4L7JJf }i t ::4 h. .

officers elected were life; Mrs. J. ,L Price, lit. .. _. l I .. : .
Mrs. Albert Schoene maD, erature and publications; Mrs -- -- .f t I '': '.1\'
vie e-presldent; Mrs. L.W. L. W. Neefus, supply work, I .f 1 i : '-"I', ,, !fr't.
Hardage, secretary and Mrs. and Mrs..John Griner, sunshine Qa t1's OR CENTRAL CHARGE

Carl Haaglund, treasurer. fund.Committee. : __ .
Secretaries of the following ,Chairmen _
departments include: named were: Mrs. K. W. Griffith f -.-
Mrs. Kenneth Griffith Chris- local church activities, -
tian social concerns; Mrs. Mrs" J. L.' Price, member..
John Clarke, promotion; Mrs. ship, and Mrs. ... W. Hard. d i SI
Andrew Witherspoon. mis- age publicity 'and printing. I


HARRY EVANS .It FULLY Qy.lifi.d ft popular...Pat Perkins versior THE STORE WITH MORE
tr Sure You A:' Superintendent.Vote of a nautical dress-spiced with "I; GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
,red and white piping on blue or grey F' e Designed for the lazy days ahead by Pat Perkins. STREET.
: For all cotton Pepperell chambray denim. *to In a fine woven, all cotton stripe seersucker />

Wash itl! Wear it! It's Sanforized :f* with leather tabbed belt, Wash it.wear it-

i : HARRY EVANS too.sna p-o n grippers. Sizes 10 to "' wrinkles don't have a chance. t "
,: / IS and 12>t to22/. '. Choice of carefree colors. Sizes 12 to 20

Superintendent of Schools and 1472 to 24*. -FREE GIFT WRAPPINGAlachua -
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Sunday May 3, 1964 .Gainesville Sun SDI

f City Visitors Honored I UF Dames Group Meets Monday Mothers' Club. I .

Engineering Dames, will ic will be "Budgeting for the 1 j Are you for a welltrainedand .
Luncheon Set 1I I
.. hold their first spring meet- College Family." ''it efficient Sheriff'sdepartment
; I I c ,
1.1 ing at 8 p.m. Monday the Xewly-elected officers for University Mothers' Club :i, Si ?
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University Women Clubhous will hold a covered -' dish 'r I If So, I II
rt 19 4-65 are as follows: Mrs.
frq West Newberry Road. luncheon on Thursday at the j 4 : VOTE and SUPPORT

Carolyn Rooks, president; summer home of Mrs. Bruce '
Dr. M. S. He i dingsfield, i BOB JORDAN
d 1 Food Fair Professor of Marketing Mrs. Barbara Kinser, vice-i Thomason at Lake Winott. j jI

president; Mrs. Carolyn t I: Pull Lever 20 A
in the UF-College of Members will meet at the i i

Business Administration, will Smith, secretary; and Mrs. house at 11 a.m. for transpor- j v. On Voting Day (May)
be the guest speaker. His Jeanete Lester (Pd.Ad'/)
top treasurer. tation to Lake Winott. '

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10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Sundays .

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Accompanying Senator John E. "Jack" Mathews of Jacksonville, candidate ; ,
for governor, here Thursday- for a brief stop were his mother, Mrs. John E. ;

Mathews, Sr. left, and his wife, Mrs. John E. Mathews Jr. ::J. :

UF Aq Club Picnic Saturday I I'J I II I I \. C' .; { : I." .

Annual UF A g r i c u Itur- to call Mrs. Watkins, Mrs. own table service of plates, : .

al Wives Club picnic will be Busby, Mrs. F. S. Perry, or napkins, spoons, and forks. : f. :
held Saturday at Lake Wau- Mrs. Jt-. Miller, Jr. However, these picnic neces- ,. ,, "'1'
burg. The reserved groundswill The picnic, will be cateredas sities will be available at a ,
be opened to club m embers it was last year. There nominal cost for those who \\ J r

their families and guestsat will be no charge for members da forget them, Mrs. Watkins :: \" .- t, ;;
2 p.m. with supper servedat their husbands, and announced. I .. ,
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5 p.m. special guests. Picnic chargefor Committee chairman as- f :,,: : (:. ;\.r- .
Mrs. M. O. Watkins and children under 12, is to sisting with the arrangementsare ";'?' f If / It \ .. .
Mrs Joe N. Busby are cochairmen be 25c and children over 12, : Mrs. Perry, tickets: Mrs. .\,;, .; .0 '. J ;\ )
I of this event whichis SOc A dollar per plate charge R. K. Showalter, serving; ,. -',' 1,:" .:< I .... ,
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the last on the Ag Wives will DC made for members Mrs. J. R. Greenman, food; ;; to.
calendar for this year. bringing guests. Mrs. Clarence Ammerman, ;

Members of the club will All families in attendanceare desserts and, Mrs. A. A. k 4 f r, eb
be contacted by the telephone reminded to bring their Straughn, table settings.
committee for their re
servations. ,r '
Any cancellations of reservations BEGIN A NEW CAREER IN ; ; 1 \' ?

may be made until I .. '. s a 9 .aY to, M _\ 3 V: 1 y

Wednesday noon. REAL ESTATE ?
member of the Club ; !
Any -
who is not contacted by Mon Attend First Session As ; {i :
for reservation is invited !! :- ?'i:1 I -t
-day A Guest and BeginCourse \'., : IJ ,

Engineering I IWives j Any Week .3-''A '/MII-4r. t!i '\lf.10- ''<'::4 :' J t Er '

?0. of our men & women graduates j '! Y t : .
To Meet : pass the State Examination for Real j
Estate Brokers and Salesmen the first Jt :.
time. This school is permanent tr :' fs ., yr.f p
UF Engineering Wives Club Gainesville and part of a chain of .'\ 'R
schools I in Florida. Mi"
will have a Brunch Wednes-I j _,t !;. ; J' J _\ :' r
day at 10 a.m. in the East -' _-\ -_ t+ :'\M:"
Blue Room of the Student Y '
Service Center. Bridge and .' HARVEY REAL ESTATE SCHOOLHowell's
canasta games will follow.

Hostesses for the affair will 'I!: Business College 1 tFN _
be wives of the nuclear en-

gineering faculty. ; j't
Reservations must be made 1 -- W. University Ave. -.
with Mrs. P218 P wr
by Monday evening i
:Mrs. Donald = Phone 376-3507
G. R. Dalton ; -

Price and Mrs. Louis Grant. i i I ':" \ \ I

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SB Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 3, 1954jALtiierAndYon
vifle residents, Jack and ed first in the classical sing.lug longer stay. This was Kevin's Johnson Scearce of Delhi l
Elizabeth Smith and Theo I division in the first twocontests. first visit with his grandparents Calif., and Johnson B. As- I Vocational
r and Bill Smith in Bogota. and great-grandra o t her, kew of Georgetown, Ky., ProgramHARRY
Mrs. S. H. Millikan.
The two were entertained at Ky., wife of the late Mrs.McCaul's EVANS WILL PROVIDE
several U. N. and American Another newcomer being s sister who
was un
. events and Irene widely introduced last week
Embassy Here with Dr. Thomas Mc-
: By RUTH WEIMER relations. had tune to take Spanish and was Kevin Cochran, son of Caul this week have been his able to come, and their ', GRAM FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. j.!
Rev. and Mrs. Baxter P. Co daughter, Mrs. Emily Row-
: Wearing new"wings" these Irene and Joe took time to art classes.En son, Thomas Vaden McCaul Vote For :
: days:is Lynn Williams daughter route home they chran of Cornelia, Ga. Jr., and Mrs. McCaul of Miami don, also of Georgetown.
travel about S. A., and the
.. of Mrs. Osborne Williams stopped with friends in Carta- The baby and his mother, who came to attend fun- t
= and the late Mr. Williams. latter even did some trout gena and Medellin, Colom- the former Margaret Ana eral services for his mother, e e HARRY EVANS :
.. fishing. At Easter, they were bia, and also Trinidad, Bar- Waldine McCaul the Memorial
'LYnn' has just c o mpleted Reitz, who spent several days Scearce on Among many -
guests of Senorita Ruby Lon- and Puerto Superintendent of Schools i
bados, Antique funds is a new
training for the position of with her parents, Dr. and Tuesday. Scholarship I
dona in Manizales. They also
flight stewardess with Pan visited with former Gaines- Rico. Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, plan to Other members of the fam- one created by the Melrose
: American Airways and is truly ........ .__.._.LU.', _' .._.'''' .._.LH' J Y .return in early summer for a_ ily here included a brother, Woman's Club. ---- i
Y C siz week old -- -- ---
Introducing -----
"up in the air." She has I
been' assigned to the airline's daughter Mary Michael Kelly
'round the world routes to to family and friends is More Glamour, Comfort & Pleasure I
ao x Mrs. Kerry Kelly of
zed keeping
Europe, Africa and Asia via, .Ya4 r
Pan Am's Jet Clippers. Albany, Ga., on the go. Mary
and the baby, who have been .
I The beauteous Lynn is no '"' '' "' visiting Kerry's parents, Mr.
stranger to the European partof :'',:"s 9 'i' and Mrs. John Kelly, left
the world for she and her : ..... Thursday for Vero Beach to
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mother Maxine made an over L .... ... : visit her parents Col. and .
land tour last year seeing ..j. '. Mrs. W. R. Givens. THE STORE WITH MORE
every nook and cranny. :' The reason Mary could GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
!- The new stewardess will jet S""iIiM. make the trip was because '302 NORTH MAIN{ STREET
, a minimum of 70 hours a ".:....;/. Kerry, second lieutenant in
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h month from her base at the ....i. the U. S. Air Forces now stationed This is something
John F. Kennedy International F p :a t at Turner, was in Sa- f
Airport in New York. lina, Kan. It's theLITTLE
.. Cities on her itinerary will H FLynn Kerry, a tenor of note, was
Include Joannesburg Helsinki competing in the Air Forces Luxury dreamwear V NOTHING
I; and Bangkok as well as d Talent Contest at Schilling

London, Paris, Rome, Frankfurt .. l, Air Force Base. This was wa reonew ;
Copenhagen, Oslo, Stock. Williams his third contest, having placHERITAGE I .bliidof a
holm, Lisbon, Istanbul Beirut, in a radiant new
Teheran, Karachi and New
Delhi. ".4 ,
I Lynn, a graduate of P. K. 55 Cantrece
Yonge, received her BA degree Dacron" and cottons
from the University of Stocking (Fiber B)
Florida. She has also stud I .
led at the Musical Theatre #:$ c V4
Academy in New York, where h
she has been living for some

time. it'i
During her four-week train-
ing course at Pan Ameri r
can's Overseas Division Head- a
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quarters at Kennedy Airport, : px:3
Lynn studied first aid, obstet- R
rics, cooking above the clouds, I I1'I
dietetics, child care, passen- r
ger service, aerodynamicsand / A\\
meteorology. \j. I t sr + : _

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land in strange places. Last GALLKRIKSi
Sunday, they stopped right in yrI
this spot and mixed up the
lines about the J. R. Nellers, '
just back from a six-month
stay in Bogota, Colombia.Dr. decorator service I
and Mrs. Neller are
staying with their daughter, TSUI IMo
Lois Webb, and family for a feel
week until they leave for &* / '.
their summer home at Gees- z I
kie Ridge Hayesville, N. C. 1 o XAK an.Tte Little Nothing
While in South America, Ss.n r % Ja -is mane of DnPonfr new
Dr. Neller was on assignmentwith I -r } Cantrece (Fiber H).It fits
the Institute of Nuclear like.nothing you've ever
Affairs as technical assist- SEE OUR DAIIY wnr.w WESH TV 2 815 A.MBLOCKER stepped into.JLoois ,,x
ance expert for the U n i ted 4 = incredibly meer. Feels q
Nations International Atomic TURNIPSEED' 4 ,, ". fantastic JIy light
Energy Agency. His special and Cameo',8 new"Little
work was in the area of use I \ \ V Nothing ttoddngs In *4
for radioisotopes in agricul- FURNITURE CO. OCAIA m their new little box.They ,3
tural research and soil-plant j look like fanny little '
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exquisite sleepwearthat loose.And extremely practical too.Get the idea? Get
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[(, -:jc: Gala Dances On: Calendar .. --....-


[j Of Little Women In Past $10.00 1 VALUE_ 11x14 SALE

Is the second part of a his- :

'Rudderman has tory been of Little written(Mrs.Women by Mitchell Mi which m 1 ( i-: :.s, VIGNETTEPORTRAIT 10 1 % 20% 50% of

; Baomstein.) She. was a
I member of Little
Women in
1 1912-43 and now serves as FOR ONLY OFF RETAIL PRICES

I *- Gainesville publicity chairman Woman's for CI u the b. ,p. 00 DURING OUR ANNUAL

: Her daughter Cindy, will be IW2i $1
*- eligible for membership in

Little Women next year.) i SUMMERSALE

By MIMI BAUMSTEIN *.: ,.." < x: 35< for Packingand
*6 Miss Marion Graham (Mrs. Handling
Monty Reardin), 'was presi fayBarberrce Bring All
dent in 1944-45 with Mrs. Ray- t ChildrenAGES
mond Philips adviser. ... StudioSotfefodtai :
6 Wk to 10 Yrs.
a :
Senior club board members Guaranteed LOOK FOR YOURNO
,b $1.OG Extra
'! were chaperones for the ; APPOINTMENT for Full Figure
Confetti Club that year. NECESSARY Selection of Poses LUCKY STAR
Attired in their finest gowns *
the chaperones were seatedin
the anteroom around the f'-:
unlighted fireplace. At the 5 DAYS -
stroke of midnight several uninvited Back in '54.55, Little Women dances were held in the old Gainesville Wom-
boys sought revenge en's Clubhouse located downtown on West University Avenue, which is now GOOD FOR A FREE GIFT
and dropped fi r ecrackers the Gainesville Little Theater on West Sixteenth Boulevard. Pictured in the old
down the chimney. Soot COV- clubhouse are left to right, Miss Anne Lazonby, Mrs. Clayton Mills, the TUES., MAY 5th thru SATURDAY, MAY 9th Sorry, No Layaways But
ERED the chaperones from former Jo Anne Little; Mrs. William Trickel, formerly Kent Hale seated in the
upswept hairdo's to platform- front row, and Mrs. Dominic Bocco, formerly Rose Leighty; Mrs. Baxter, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-6 p.m., '-9 p.m. USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEtND

soles shoes. Since it was Cochran, the former Miss Margaret Ann Reitz; Mrs. Jack Bc-hannon, adviser; ,
war time the assemblege .Mrs. Reginald Black III, formerly Miss achel Gunn, president and Mrs. Har-

thought they were under at- old Reddick, the former Miss Phyllis Lagasse, in the back row.

tack.In '45-46 the adviser was Miss Carolyn Jones (Mrs. Mrs. Burch continued as a1)) was president with Mrs. JOLLY'S 10YGAINESVILLE

Mrs. R. M. Boring and the John D. McCarthy) was president adviser in '50-51 when Miss Fred H. Pumphrey, adviser.
: president Miss Rachel Mc- in '46-47 with Mrs. Bor- Diane Strange (Mrs. D. B. According to custom, music' ,
ing adviser. The Twentie Pedersen) served as presi- -
Innis (Mrs. Jack Thomas) was furnished by Angus Mer-
That year, Confetti Club was Club (Gainesville W o m a n' s dent. Gershwin's "Rhapsody ritt, and the president pres- 1202 N. Main St. SHOPPING CENTER Open 9 a.m.p.m.. Mon.-Sot.
turned in to a "Showboat"complete Club) held a fashion show in Blue" was Confetti theme. ented him ,with a sweater in
with a gangplank over the protest of pickets- recognition of his -
The first annual Little Wom- long years (Advertisement)
entrance and a Captain's ta four University students pro- en's meet'ng' was held in of service. Gay 90's was the Some 5Yz million American homes nojy have some form of air-conditioning an increase of 3/4 of a
testing the longer lengths of
ble. women's skirts! Jacksonville that year and theme of the ConfMetti Club million during the past year. To sell this growing market, manufacturers invested nearly $2 million in
'the club was' rpnresented bv dance. newspaper advertising in 1958. A
At the Senior May Break- the president t and treasurer, I --- ..' a' :;6
Members of Little Women
fast in '47-48 the Little Women Miss Eleanor Allen (Mrs.
from school
graduating high
president Miss Caro line i Ben Samuels).
and also club membership
Marks (Mrs. Caroline Mc- .
this June are: In 51-52 Miss i Barbara
Griff), presented the club -
Peggy Adkins, Mary Ellen president Mrs. Raymond C. Bachman (Mrs. Louis ChazNEW __J 1r
Anderson C y nthia Babers Philips a large wall electric !I P nne..J'
Sue Baker, Ann Bridges Mary clock for the club house. Mrs. _r C
Beth B r 0 gdoc, Ann Brown F. N. Good was adviser.In QUAuTv' "
Lou Ann Buchanan, Elizabeth s ALWAYS FIRST
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Chandler Ann Choate, Anne '48-49 Miss Quincy Lee .
Conant, Lucy Conger Lynn McCoy (Mrs. H. W. Bode) .t'I'
: Cop pins I Mary Helen Cox was president with Mrs. Goodas t.
I Peggy Crevasse Gail Cross adviser. A "Fiesta" themewas .
Carolyn Cummings Irene used for Confetti that
Dowd, Pamela Edds, Leslie year. 0 .
Eggert Karen Ellis Anne MOEN .. 1t Ik
Esry, Kathy Grand, Kit Empty Stocking Tea 4.'
Green, Jeanne Hanna Susan ; :
During the term of Miss
Hart Cindy Holmes Jan Ja- Carol Schaeffner (M r s.
cunski. Frank G. Black), in 1949-50, -One- handle does S f
Andrea Jones. Kristine Jordan members heldan Empty work of -two OWN 5TO C t

Sharon Kuitert Susan Stocking Tea and brought FROM OUR ..J. :
Lane- Nel Laughon, Janis toys for Christmas givi n g. MATHEWSPLUMBIHG :: EDUCTION5 ; r .
Loften Mary Lunsford Diane Confetti theme that year CO. 1 GtiCa' R )-r'f' PB ( ,
McDonough Catherine Me- was "Dixie." Mrs. Ernest W. 2327 FR N.E.6-5221 19th Drive I.: / < y '-11
Clane, Betsy McMillan Vir Burch was adviser. I SPECIALLY '
ginia Miller, Margery Munroe, I PURCHASED y
Bea Nettles, Linda Proctor, -. Are you for courteous service r. >:. .. NEW, ASSORTMENTS : :
Camille Rhodes Betsy Rich- "
from the Alachua CountySheriffs
ardson, Susan Shaw, Susan _
Silverman, Sue Ellen Simmons ': : Department?
Jerwanne Smith San t ERS EA 5 N !
,, E Y S V M M .
dra ,Stallings, Ginger ,Storter 'i ThenVOTE FABRIC SAVING S 0 P E .. .
Bea Taylor, Linda Tho m as, E .. ..
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Helen Walkup Mary Watson JORDAN
,Ann Weiner, Mary Virginia
:Whlddon, Sue Wilkinson Chris I '
Williams, Charlotte Wright, Pull Lever 20 A
and Lura Williams. ( 5))
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4 Value Packed .

Friends & Customers: Quality fabrics i including crease resistant i cottons, 37c. J

embossed cottons woven yard-dyed fabrics. tex- only
As most of you probably know, our store was destroyed by tured cottons and more. Prints solids. w
fire on Sunday, April 26. We have decided not to attempt to sell

the balance of our inventory, since many of the unburned items
Sport 'N Dress Specials!
suffered water or smoke damage and would not be up to our

standards.To Well I behoved cottons and blends that adapt per- 66 C i \ "\ \ .
quality fectly) to every'Occasion wearing! Combed broadcloth -
satins textures you name it, we have only yard 1 ; ,
the many customers who had purchased merchandise, which what you .want at big savings! l", f 7

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was not delivered & was burned, may we advise that we will do l.

everything humanly possible to replace this furniture with iden-

tical pieces or similar pieces or we will refund if that be your Fashion Fabric Savings! "\ /'

wish. Cream of the crop famous mill patterns'hand 7 7 C
screened prints newest textures combed and pima
cottons lots more! Colors to please in designer onl" yard .'
We have suffered a disaster but we will be back in businesssoon prints a rainbow of solids! s %;.

our new building is,under construction and we will reopen

at that location as soon as possible.Our j ,
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temporary headquarters will be 615 North Main St. (For-
r** % i
Motors Bldg.) We will be to at
merly Barkley happy see you "And remember. .
that location as soon as we can get our offices set up. PENNEY'S IS YOUR ONE-STOP SEWING CENTER. with the saving- ; 1

p est price around on everything from fashion patterns to sewing notions! r ?i y ,4p w
May we take this opportunity to express our sincere thanksto
and Police for their magni- .
the Fire Department Department .
Coats and Clark Thread Seam Binding /.. s : :f i

ficent effort in controlling this fire and also to the many people Bios Tope Rick lack
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who have helped in so many ways during this disastrous week. 4 y

We are truly grateful and, only hope that we may someday, some-
way repay'all_ of you. .
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Sunday May 3. ..
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rBeef Women's Golf Tourney Attracts Kentucky I 1

-**. Coffee L' BRIDES-TO-BE J
For after dinner coffee I.. Frank N. Anderson

: n .!i"'q' ,, float table announces. KIS' *"., .
.t Plantation-style a I
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Recipe -
i L f' 'j I poon of Bourbon in each WEDDING'; *

f 4 ;, deml-tasse cup. 'Add sugar or .. PACKAGE PLAN: ;,,:

,.. '. ? Including .- .engagement
cream as desired. Superb with ;ro f '" \ your
L Contest "" t' +f" .!.' photograph Your -formal studw.
cheese and crackers as the
\ "' portrait. Made in studio in Bedding
( .J.+ :'ff 't{ 1.:<
... ., I Is perfect ending to a fine meal. 1'....' .t. .Jr <: Y';,!. :" ,.1 dress And S informal
a a t photographs made on your wedding
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; TAMPA Have you a delicious ; : >t : ; day.

:. way?to If serve haveand beer tll" Hamburger TipTo I ;j.. \A..,;g.2.;.;,,,; h'" :<;::;'.::/:'tii'.r; '1 t' -.: .$;>1Q50
family '
your you ."! ; >AU",for. only '
most housewives do meat -"*? -w. .
shape hamburger := : ...- ,
you can be $120 richer come 'r ... .t June! ,.
use this trick of famous How- ---a i.f" ".

How? By entering your favorite ard Johnson master chef Pierre : .... .. '..'
beef recipe in the Flor- When:you are raadyto-announce. jr agigeement
jfg43 Franey: Fill an, ice: for an appointment stating that you. a'antta'ti .e.'advantage+pf
ida Beef Council's Beef Recipe ; with choppedmeat our "'Ved ihg Package Plan" ,. tater,.y< ..el;jjet a
cream scoop
Contest co sponsored by appoinfrr to 'make yom forma studio port****, ,a'ria
the Gainesville Sun. for each patty turn out finally on wedding! day ve ten grout't+eddina. stori ir!a
your ....... ., .. ,
informal wedding photographs. "' .
Contest is going on right i I 4/ onto grill, and then 'pat with lovely ... -- .. ". .
now. First prize in the Gainesville r s flat side. of knife into desired ... '
Sun contest will be $20. shape. ., .,-.... ....

Second prize $10 and third i I Ii i "Outstanding: P.t1otography I
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prize $5.And p'{Y f("'> yJS In Gainesville Since 1933"

a special Sun prize of 4- 3J Open the oven door when r

$2S for "our favorite" recipe. I you are baking, as little as .FR 6-5323

The first place winner will s Tw = possible, : lower each time the you' temper-openit t 821 N.W. 13th Sr.We .
be entered"yin the Beef Coun- F 1" 11 /
ature and affect the baking
cil's statewide contest competing _
with local winners process. .

from all over the state in a
big cook off for the. top .T N a .

prize of $100. :'

statewide Each recipe contest that will enters be care-the ,,' '. _.'.--.; ,,...,.._ow_ .._.. ......... "" .'. ..._<<<10>...-....... ... 1 .vie'

by a panel of judges selected Admiring the score made by Mrs. Ben Franklin of Crystal president of the association Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Fred : ',.-:- _have-just the right giftOl1.l.mU1l -. .

by the Florida Beef Coun- River winner of the Oiie- lay Invitational Tournament, of Stringfellow, tourney chairman. More than 135 players from .- r4y

Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Crystal River, Ocala, Palatka,
cil.Six the Gainesville ,,Women's Golf Association are left to right,
prizes will be awardedthe Starke and Keystone Heights played Thursday at the new
six top entries. First Mrs. David Hyde of Crystal River, Mrs. Walter W. Aller, Gainesville'Golf and_Country Club course. :

.. price $100; second $50; third .

be$25 sixth And prepared fourth$5.the winning$15;and fifth recipe served$10; and will to E Mildred High Has Texas Charm i I [) { r

Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is Texas that never grew to Tex- the rain. There was Faith running up to Tampa Is like

the Honorable Doyle the third in a series of articles as-size. In fact, she never siting there eating a hamburger. running up to the corner drug ., .
Conner on Father's Day June on the wives of the six Dem- got started. She was wet from the store." Choose from dresses sportswear, blouses, lingerie,
ocratic candidates for governor rain. I told the judge, there's .1.
Her frocks in size Mrs she hose, hcndbogs gloves jewelry and other
come sev- High
21.So says enjoyscampaigning many
homemakers, round up ,- one of whom is likely to the girl I am going to marry. '
en, her words in a downy because she
those favorite beef recipes and be Florida's next first lady en- specially: chosen gift items to make Mother completely I
Women's soft voice, her smiles in a "I used the"haven't we joys meeting people.She : .. .. .'
the Department 1'
mail to By CHARLES STAFFORDAP cloak of shyness.But met approach and that fell as deli9htedon Her.Day.franklin's ..
of The Gaines- worries little about the
ville Sun. All entries must Staff Writer her opinions, t h e y 're she flat did as a tell soggy me she pancake.worked But in impression she leaves. : *- -., '.

be postmarked not later than Robert King High candidatefor Texasstyle."I the sheriff's office. Since I "People either like you for : own a I

May 29 to be eligible. governor has a favorite think my husband would was an attorney. it was easyto what you are or they don't," : aee bOp.
Judging for the Sun's con- story he tells about the wom- make a fine governor, realiz- find an excuse to drop by she says. "This is basic. I j
test will take place June 13. ing that this sounds terribly the sheriffs.office." think s h o uld be :
an he married.He Use Central Charge or Lay-Away Free Parking In Rear
Winners will be notified and prejudiced," she says.. "But I themselves."No t! i .. >.,
checks distributed shortly aft- was entertaining the think he will tell you that if I They began having- 1 401 W. University Ave. Dial FR 2-4606 :::
the next t
together day .
date. of Latin American one should do some- ,
er that president a am critical of something, I ;
Be sure to sign your recipe nation in their Miami home. am the first to tell him." thing because they feel' this is : .

and print plaintly your full ad- He had just greeted the presi- the accepted way of doing it, .. ,
dress and phone number. dent, he says, and chanced to High agrees. Mrs. High joins her husbandon or because they think some- J
the campaign trail only for will like dislike it." I
one or
The simple rules for the admire his wrist watch. "My wife is intellectually special occasions. There are .. _. ..- ....
contest are below. honest" he says. "She wouldno
"The president took off the two reasons.
1. All recipes must use Flor- watch and handed it to me, more think of telling me ,
ida beef. explaining that in his coun- something just because it is The first, actually, Is five f .. :. ... : ..,,;.: .:' .. '.
2. Recipes must be originaland the custom when what I want to hear than reasons four girls and a .. T' "- s
it is a
try .
not previously printed in anything, and this has savedme boy ranging in age from nine ': IM '"OJ:) ; ,. '", 4t
visitor admires something ( .
you .' .. .
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from serious to 18 months."I 'f
magazines newspapers or ad- possess to give it to him" making er- years .l '. .' '!;" .' .6j- .
rors in judgment." :..IM't'! 1. :
vertising. JA:
High says. travel as much as I .
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3. Entries must be typed or He says he often uses her can," she Vbut I don't, ....... .. _.\- "....,. ...... .
says :.Y" .
legibly printed, spelling .out \ .' Jusf then he-adds,;his wife as a sounding board for ideas. : ,.:: .'"1'> .I :,r,' "f .,.;It ;. ;.K

entered the room. want to be away froth the i., :. ....... ,. __ ........
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amount of ingredients. ( ,
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Mrs High i represents herhusband's children all the time. : ...........,
4. Entrants may submit as said.h .. ". -. .... -.....
The 'Mayor
president first winning cara- The second reason is a dislike .. .. _
many recipes as they wish High, you have a very aign. for flying. -"1 would rather ro$ a, or.4 ,a -...... ....,..f........ 'j
but they may enter only beautiful wife,"' says Hi g h. They w ere married in fly on the ground" she ;. yp r S. .4'rAt4.5b,

one local newspaper contest. "And I told him, 'Mr. Presi- 195 i. She was working as a says. She always drives. : 4't:,4a".. ..
5. Persons submitting recipes dent, take back your watch."' secretary in the Dade County The campaign has brought a -.-.-- .
must be residents of Florida sheriff's office. He was a drastic change to her daily 'waba'T
Certainly the president was ''
justified in his appraisal of practing attorney. routine."It :j ........
6. All entires must be post- "It was pouring rain one day,; is sort of like living ..1t!
Mrs. High and the mayor in _. .. '
marked before midnight May his pride of her. and a judge and I dodged in- from day to day," she says. ." ..; r .

29. 1964. to a drug store to, get out of "I've gotten to the point whereStepsTtoJHmr'JBeaut 'r ., _
7. Employes of the news- i : w
papers that participate in the A % M Yr"
contest and their relatives are She's auburn haired with

not eligible to enter. changeable eyes a product of Ii "r C ,, wn
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Beef Women's Golf Tourney Coffee l: BRIDES-TO-BE, ,5

____=--__ ',? .' y '. ., ,.. .....:.,.w..., .. I For after dinner coffee, Frank N. AndertprtJ, '
.i"t "" "", '- Plantation-style,! float a tablespoon ""t r< 4a announces, hlfV" .s..
Recipe .. l
'+' :
i L of Bourbon in each x1I "WEDDING >
r demi-tasse cup. 'Add sugar or PACKAGE

cream as desired. Superb with fr't"" :' .,r Including .-. your.engagetnar.t_
I; Contest << photograph.Your -formal studio
cheese and crackers as the ::1}:i : .
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: ..:... 'e, x > perfect ending to a fine meal. 1 .;-:- { '> l. .:, dress.) 'And. 8 informal
t'_ ::' photograph$ mad on your wedding -
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; TAMPA -Have you a delicious 5 ,: w 'h ya'; ? : day.
way to serve beel te. a 4 Hamburger I ; ;'1 > > 50
: your family? If you have '>,- '. .-6$4 ,

and most housewives do )<.- 9 .,i To shape hamburger meat .' ..:. '.,;'' .......-..,.. -. .- ....... "...
you can be $120 richer come into patties of uniform size, e ttJEM ::
June! "';r.- .. .t,..-......,. ....
a' use this trick of famous How- ,.,:, r.....d
How? By entering your far ard Johnson master chef, Pi- ;
JVorite beef recipe in the Flor- FWhen you are 1'udyo:announce:: ycur.ttogigtoxnt e
% ; erre Franey: Fill 'an, ice- for appointment: scatting that you. \frant.tour 'hl\.e..ct.. ntagap f .
ida Beef Council's Beef Reci- j
; cream scoop with choppedmeat "Wedding Package Plan" x. Ufirvappo.intrr.ent of: i tjl+e l 9itd
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pe Contest co sponsored by : to. -make" your forma studio poruart >
the Gainesville Sun. + '' .' for each patty, turn out finally on. your wedding >day: >*e tell 'your5eddjngustor -i irt"Outstanding <$
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Contest is going on right onto grill, and then pat with lovely: :informal wedding...photographs....", '.., -'-'.'''

VrF flat side of knife into desired ... '- ,
now. First prize in the Gainesville :-,-. l
Sun contest will be $20. shape. 1 'YAK+ Ir'vrr1 ...#

Second prize, $10, and third t ,/ > i I : Prretography:

prize $5. .,, In (Gainesville'mce 1933"
And, a special Sun prize of 'w Open the oven door, when /
y( yN jpl2 you are baking as little as JR 6-5323
$25: for "our favorite" recipe. ________ _
1 possible each time :
: you open
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winner will 13th St.
The first place 821 N.W.
it, you lower the temper- 1
be entered in the Beef Council's
i] / ature and affect the baking '
statewide contest, com process. j'
peting with local winners r
from all over the state in a ;j e x a s r

big cook off for the. top .. ,

prize of $100. : : I <<

Each recipe that enters the -. -...-....- ..........,......... '_. r..... ._-----,...-. -
will be 0
statewide contest care- (

by a panel of judges selected Admiring the score made by Mrs. Ben Franklin of Crystal president of the association, Mrs. Franklin, and Mrs. Fred : ;: .- ;. -, :\. -We-have-just, the right gift. .

by the Florida Beef Council River, winner! of the One-day Invitational Tournament, of Stringfellow, tourney chairman. More than 135 players from

Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Crystal River, Ocala, Palatka,
the Gainesville ,Women's Golf Association, are left to right,
Six prizes will be awardedthe Starke and Keystone Heights played Thursday at the new
six top entries. First Mrs. David Hyde( of Crystal River, Mrs. Walter W. Aller, Gainesville Golf and Country Club course. .

price $100; second $50; third I .
'" $25 fourth $15; fifth $10; and r

sixth And$5.the winning recipe will \ Mildred High Has Texas Charm ', 'Datj aLf l

be prepared and served to

Florida's Commissioner of Ag- (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is Texas that never grew to Tex- the rain. There was Faith, running up to Tampa is like

riculture, the Honorable Doyle the third in a series of articleson as-size. In fact, she never siting there eating a hamburger. running up to the corner drug
Conner on Father's Day, June the wives of the six Dem- got started. She was wet from the store." Choose from dresses sportswear, blouses lingerie
candidates for rain. I told the there's
ocratic governor judge, '
Her frocks in size Mrs she hose hondbags gloves, jewelry and other
seven -
21.So come High says enjoys ,' many
homemakers, round up ; one of whom is likely to the girl I am going to marry.
her words in a downy campaigning because she
those favorite beef recipes and be Florida's next first lady. en- specially chosen gift items to make Mother completely I
soft voice, her smiles in a "I used the'haven't we joys meeting people.She .. __
mail to the Women's Depart- By CHARLES STAFFORDAP cloak of shyness.But met approach and that fell as delighted von Her.. Day.franklin's ,. r.
ment, care of The Gaines- Staff Writer flat as a soggy pancake. But worries' little about the ; :: .
ville Sun. All entries must her opinions, t h e y 're impression she leaves.
she did tell me she worked in '
be postmarked not later than Robert King High candidatefor Texasstyle."I the sheriff's office. Since I "People either like you for '. W own a I Ii

May 29 to be eligible. governor, has a favorite think my husband would was an attorney. it was easyto what you are or they don't," hOP

Judging for the Sun's con- story he tells about the wom- make a fine governor, realiz- find an excuse to drop by she says. "This is basic. I
test will take place June 13. ing that this sounds terribly the sheriffs office." think should be
an he married.He everyone Use Central Charge or Lay-Away Free Parking In Rear ,
and 1 i
will be notified "
prejudiced, she says. "But I lunch themselves."No 1f '" >
began having
checks distributed shortly aft was entertaining the think he will tell you that if I l 401 W. University Are. Dial FR 2-4606
er that date. president of a Latin American am critical of something, I together the next'xlay.Mrs. l ...... one should do some- : ,

Be sure to sign your recipe nation in their Miami home. am the first to tell him." thing because they feel this is .

and print plaintly your full ad- He had just greeted the president the accepted way of'doing it, .
dress and phone number. he says, and chanced to High agrees. High joins her husbandon or because they think some- I
the campaign trail only for one will like or dislike it."
The simple rules for the admire his wrist watch. 'My wife is intellectuall;, special occasions. There are _u__ ._
contest are below. honest," he says. "She wouldno
"The president took off the two reasons.
1. All recipes must use Flor- more think of telling me I
watch and handed it to me, .,, .. .... ,. :. ; ,. ', ---r" ..
ida beef. explaining that in his coun- something just because it is The first, actually, is five :- 's- ...j 'i"'> t.*" ,4*JUrywrBellissiia
2. Recipes must be originaland it is the custom when a what I want to hear than reasons four girls and a :- : l'l
try .
not previously printed in visitor admires something you anything, and this has saved boy ranging in age from nine '';<- !. ;;,. !'" "#>:n, -,.,' I. .. .,..'. ".-< v
serious to 18 months."I ,- : i/. ; : ,I ti! A .w; ..
magazines newspapers or ad- possess to give it to him," me from making errors years ; ; -;' y1., ., r B.
in judgment. + .. J.
vertising. J: .
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High "
says. travel as much as I i
be He he often uses her .M
3. Entries must typed or says can," she' says, "bpt., I don't ....... ,. .., ,, :
legibly printed, spelling -out '. .; Jusf then, he-adds,,his-wife- as a sounding board for ideas. ; .--, 0'*: .,. ;.1-1 -1 W ; .,

entered the room. want to be away froth the ; dy :, . ..., ........ :
the amount of ingredient .t"o( -, --, '
Mrs High i represents her children all the time. '"' .-.v-- ...
4. Entrants may submit as "The president said, "Mayor husband's first winning cam- The second reason is a dislike --...-.,...'':.,,; .
many recipes as they wish High you have a very aign. for flying. "I would rather ::.:: ::7W. ;
but they may enter only beautiful wife,'" says Hi g h. They were married in fly on the ground," she ::;:r;:
one local newspaper contest. "And I told him, 'Mr. ,Presi- 1951. She was working as a says. She always drives. ....- -.
5. Persons submitting recipes dent, take back your watch.'" secretary in the Dade County The campaign has brought a """' ..- ...
must,be residents of Flor- sheriff's office. He was a drastic change to her daily ,- -
Certainly the president was >. ,' It r
ida. practing attorney. routine. \, :;:
justified in his appraisal of ;"0 ,,. _
6. All entires must be post- Mrs. High and the mayor in "It was pouring rain one day; "It is sort of like living ,. .. s. :
marked before midnight, May his pride of her. and a judge and I dodged into from day to day," she says. ,'" t '> ; J

29. 1964. a drug store to get out of "I've gotten to the point where ,. --
7. Employes of the news- I t
papers that participate in the ; .
contest and their relatives are She's auburn haired with

not eligible to enter. changeable eyes a product of
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Sunday, May 3;'1964. 'Gainesville 'Sun 9BHeds

f 3 Beed Mrs. Tucker andlMrs.! Keith''ButI Lane Circle
p.m. .Bishop ; 10, Mrs..Richard
(m =- George'Hurt,. '225 NW'5th I son, 1853 NW llth'Road; Cir- J. Anderson, 319 NE 6th*Avenue ;o Build Plant on "Jndia \ = I
Church Circles .
!! I Place. cle 7, Mrs. Charles C. Hoten- ; Circle '11, Mrs. B. F. 3 ,1 .i. t' V "

'. 8 pjn., Jo in t Meeting, stine,4H" NW 34th Street; Yarbrough and Mrs. J. D. NEW DELHI, India (AP) the United States turned down,
: Friendship Circle and Womenof 10 aan.; Curie 3, Mrs. Roy Gammage, 306 NE 3rd Street. I The SovietUnion has agreed to
TUESDAY I Mrs. J. B. the Indian ?government <. an-
,May las Martin, Bethany Room. ;1 race; Circle J, I
Michael's Purvis, 2206 NW 4th.Place;, WESLEY" ;finance construction-of the. Bo- '
III Woman. Society .of Chris- 10 ajn., Circle 1, Mrs. Ce White, Lake Hutchlnson; Cir' Church, COMMUNITYf *, > : nouncedlFnday.* *' ./i, \, *
Guild steel for Inda't
Room caro plant which
rtiin.,Service, lint Methodist oil B. Durant, 5531 NewberryRoad. i cle 5,Bethany' Room;' Circle House. of the 'Parish 3 pjn.; Circle 8, Mrs. Walter CHURCH WSCS

r Church: 01 6, Mrs. W. 'R. ODell 1524' Davison, Church Parlors. WSCS a pan, Church, Ex- ;
':30" a.m., Circle 2, Mrs. 11 am, Circle 1, Mrs. W. NW 11th Road;' Circle 7, PRESBYTERIAN OF 7:30 p.m. ;Circle, 12, Miss ecutive Meeting at 7 pjn. Are. you for'th'enforc"ement.
I ::,Billy"Mitchell and Mrs. Doug W. Smith, 1947 NW 31st Ter- I Mrs. Earl Powers, Country WOMEN' 9:45 ajn. THE Circle CHURCH Lilly Mae Whitener and Miss THURSDAY,.May I of the l laws? '
1 Club Estates. ; 1, Mrs. Margaret Murphree, Church Gethsemane Lutheran i .
W. D. Williams, 450 NW 58th Parlors. -
Church Women, 6:30 .
3 Circle 8, Bethany 'Street Circle 2 : ThenVOTE'
pan. ;
8 P.m; Circle 9, Mrs. Car- Mrs. Ann'Nestor, 3857 p.m"j' and SUPPORT
Room; Circle 9, Mrs.. Donald' 0. Boozer and Mrs. T. S. Wil'Iiams ter Osterbind, 2105 NW 7th Place. .' ,
Morrison Sr. 529 NEh lst, : 2720 SW Seventh Place, ,I, -
'''' Street; Circle 10, Mrs. A. B. Circle 4,. Mrs.-G.H. Boutelle BOB ,JORDAN.
Cellon, Route 3, Circle 11, and Mrs. W.. H. Barfield, 421
Mrs. Louise Tatom, 4421 New-' NE Fourth Street; Circle '5, Pull Lever 20 A

berry Boulevard.'d Mrs. W. Ellis Jones and Mrs. C OfSAfVAISSIOrsJER On Voting Day (May 5))
1:30 Circle It, Cov- G. M. Whetsone
p.m., 1812 NW llth (Pd.Adv.)
ered dish supper'Mrs. Clarence Road; Circle 8, Mrs.; W. ,B Pd. Adv.
Ammerman, 631' NW

36th Drive. ,. ...
8 p.m., Circle 13, Mrs. R. E. ., ,. v,,
Caldwell 2011 NW 7th Lane,


V 9:30 ajn., Circle I, Mrs. iii 9
I Fred C.. Neal, ,3435 NW 7th
Place; Circle 2, Fellowship
7:30 p.m., Circle 3, Meet at
Church and then go to homeof
Francis Fabricks.." i .
:'' : ; -. Elizabeth Arden CHURCH

University Lutheran Church
makes;; .this. spring memoiv.IjL Women, 8 p.m., Mrs. Howard -a!! ST ::i:::
Wilowske, 1040 SW 11th
with the new Street. : .

Memoire Cherie Duet 9:45 ajn., Genus Crenshaw, PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 6tfcWMMMCM + f
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Mr. Vincent Brice,, 611 NE rronM. Me.- I.'IT-P y .
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6.00 10th Place;' Barbara Donald ,

son, Mrs. Furnie Bry a nt and tv
Mrs.. Charles Bailey, 'McCaul
Si.r.i AId. __ BUt Mpftfl g MM to MKMtt90Fvfck
a ip.atl Mtom OWrie Dd t. Tbe world'aII<*t Chapel; Jean Dickman, Mrs.E. .
E. Gable, 1638 NW 12th 25 EXTRA STAMPS with CHOPPED, SHAPED
friM be i..a nA.
_LIII.BOW y6ttr ntifig
Road Helen Masters, Mrs. a;
... ; Gibe Steaks 10 89'
Mmtiua, bentifol Golden aerosol stomas of Glenn Perry, 2000 NW 63rd for .

1i.eip Chfefe P.tftaae Mist together with Moire Terrace; Mrs. A. K..Lee, 1228 25 EXTRA STAMPS with TARNOW 29* or 39(
Ofrw Dotting Powder.Remember y mr friend all NW 3rd Avenue, Ishmael Ne- Sandwiches LB I
&.dtyi at.prin time with the Mfenoire Ch frie Duet grin, Mrs. A. L. Combs, 300 -

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-. +.....a..w..s r r a.ay..t.t.a.r.Yr. Mrs. Bruce Mathews, 916 NE Cottage ; fc.
tr ..... ...... ... Sri r. ...iiJ '"7 -.' 19th Place; Margaret Gross, 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BUND 7?< GR. "A" raOZEN CHICKEN ice. 3 IBS. PLEASE

Mrs. Robert Mears, 603 NW Brick 59' Livers. 59
Saisage b, .
36th Avenue; Julian Bridges, t II>. __

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8th Avenue; Gaventa, Mrs. _, < .<.. ,.:A>: ," .> l .' .. ., ".. ,. "' ,_ ;",, 'd. !...,.)': .H :'t-: ( ft ";r. ..:... :;'; n"' ": '" ';'>_"N; ,.'_ 41- ,.. ,. : ''1\1 .; .
Charles Martin, 2225 NW 15th

Avenue.St. CHICKEN

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YOUR DOWNTOWN LIMITT STORI- 10 ajn., St. Agnes Circle, sc Tr \ 'TURKIY

.j Mrs. W. L. Williams, 724 NE 1IVIi11't>hRS M f llaeJ1 G LIBBY'S FROZEN ALIT LOAF.
7th Terrace; St. Martha'sMrs. t>ts lyoesw )A.r Il.ee oR Tn r om .
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12 W. ON IV. AYE. FR 2-2558 Lucia Gibbs, 717 NE 3rd X RASMIRRY if PIWiAMLI CaAFt ;

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Harry Evans Is <', '. I w

\ y The Best Qualified" ;r

CandidateHarry 51 Extra TepYtiHSii 0 ASSORTED FLAVORS CHEK SOFT .

Evans spent over twenty years 1 DrinksIS 1.
In education. He has four college degrees in 0 IR ItIOM 1 S hGoiO
education, voiuoblehas business experience and 0000 TMRU MAT eTM ,
has been active In civic and church affairs. In, -
naval service during World War II. he rose Ajgjjj'

from a seaman apprentice .to a.Lt.. .Commander -
in the Supply Corps.

Study and compare ,these,, qualifications

T..c1a. Business Experience ,M.rt hse.>helr Bread 2 33; tO EARS 59,

Over 20 years experience Farming Clb 18S500E
Principel: Manufacturer A ANY WINN DIXIE
Junior Elementary High School Schools Retail Home Sales Builder zi Buns Pkg.H : 29x Tomatoes 2ctn..29;

Senior !High Schools ,.... ., .
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.University Professor Past President Florida Reserve _JI -
(Extension) Officers Association 1 1
Director of Vocational 1 1 1
Post presideMMicanopyCiv+'c 1 1 1
Education Club / r /
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Alachuo County Schools / / f 1
University of Florida Alumni 1 /
Association 1
four CeI.... Degrees American Legion .,.- r 1 fYY iY 1
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.JI hi UucattoiiB.A. Veteran of Foreign Wars% .. 1I 1
In Elementary Education Florida Cattlemen's Assoclatio..." : j.' I 1
B.A. in Secondary Education Lifetime Member NOtional ,. 1 1 1 1
M.A. in School Administration Education Association 1 1
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and Supervision American Vocational Association, 1 /
D.Ed. In Education Florida ',Association-,." 10MAT0$ 1 1 1 1
Dissertation Vocational I 1 1
Education Rite ( ) Shrine
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Affiliation .
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U. .Navy, 1 1
Part Time Supply Pastor 1 :, 1
Lt.Commander. Supply Corps Pastor Windsor Methodist Church 1 /
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,for Superintendent of Public Instruction
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: OK&: for New ,Metfe. Hymnal Said Weak itJe; F1x.Up, -

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.oi ber of-the vo1umt'spreparatory Oner suggested title that had t P1TSBURGH. '(APHun- c,1LJllfl
: ..cf tm.'J Ii iThiti.: !I j jajramission II
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__ .- T wfth""special .concern I to be turned down, he said, was:,dreds of Methodist churchgoers J '
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.1 I for.the i "low brow" .inter"I :want to be a"Jesus Cowboy:;from throughout the. country' _

: ,: T1SltRGR) P'; : 4 ests. : fin the Holy'Ghost Corral." staged -a dramatic protest' iri; -A !

Old Cross" traditional l > downtown Pittsburgh Saturday:
Rugged .
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against their.church's stand for
/avbifteanibni. singers$

-. and! ..barbershopquartets''1r dintfiew- jwiflnoVbe official I ,. : ,: '. .. : 'CiahttsuiUe,. Sun voluntary saying it,was gradual inadequate.integration: -iI 2n': %;

:Methodist: Hymnal sched- They poured into the-, city
Friday night by bus,. :
.xded'for:"puV eatiohfin about 18
NITC train and car from as far
away _
J oAth$. j -.,... .' I 1PE4, as Chicago, Detroit, Birmingham ....
.. its*,':inclusion': was approved i i. Atlanta and Jackson, Miss. w,

last week by the Quadrennial .. ,, white and Negro many.of.them 4
1 teen-agers filled two downtown '
General Cenf fcrence e! the Mtth-
: ntral to Buy churches for an all-night vigilof ,, '. ,
-. odJat'Chtich-. : :, ,session'. : .'here.Another .;. I prayers, sermons.. .and ihymn .v

.-, old'favorite thai willbe"'included'was singing.. T f\\f\\ W1Gu'rtE.-.Tt4E [!)' ,PiU YOUR LEAVES UP O TtU;

*'How'Great!uilding: for Youth They started arriving just : FiRST 'RAftJ Wiu..CARRY THEM, JNTo'TH& CURB, WHeRE it IS BoTti LEGAL AUD.
.. "niou Art, ,a'revival.hjTon frt- hours after the church's General
e at ,. \Conference Cl a.t! BuLL HANDY FoR TRASH PICK.UP.
qutatly-'silag\ .Billy Grahami .Norti2 meeting in its quadrennial : SeW Arto gttttf TttAUrY. .
.; crusade : toy jGeorge Beverly''I ,Central Baptist Church !Mrs.. Audrey Howell, Hug}1 session, adopted a vol I -
Shea.. ''has ;vote l, at'-a special called Mathews, Lester Robinson and I
untary plan to remove racial
"I business meeting, to purchase a"youth'building1' :Carl Turlington. barriers.The .
Xeithtr'} of apear''
-me hymns Thebuildingto '

:, in the*current:-Methodist l ..Hymnal fee us dfoiyou1h'purposes, a Kyiies Hits plan calls for transfer AssemblyOks. Keystone Heights Church FORMER

._ !.use since 19S5.. .* two.taryhoiise: ; 'is located immediately (over the next four )"ears.of. the, ;:s- '., .
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Then t- jjymn book -will'>be' behind'the.church on Bill I church's Central Jurisdiction, .- JEHOVAH'S
Rights OrdinationOf To Build New Sanctuary
4 which ,
140 .100 footIot.The
a by | represents some 375,000; .
printed!i! ;by .the. Methodist i I ': ,. eII
in purchase of the building Negroes, into the five other'! I, WITNESS
liIngHo Nashville: for i By. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS; jurisdictions which are drawn i ion :The :.Community Church in!I cent meeting of the congregation I
I Tenn. It wiU'haye a first.runof. I tiillprovicieadditlonal: : ,space I Atty. Gen. James Women11'
The ;; geographical lines. No en-I Keystone Heights has outgrownits the members present gave,
eduaUonaIpurposes. youth
be sold (
.'500,000 to atIS'each. :
copies lashed the public accommodations
i Building about resultof forcement mechanism was pro-I! ; present: structure. At a re- approval of a plan for the construction -:
came as a t
the civil :
( pending
3fm forkMONTREAT Clbnt of I
the -increased expansion of vided. a new sanctuary.
Folk-music, including, a Ni-: the church.. Over.150 new members -I rights chants., bill as unfair to mer- I N.' C.The: Frank llgen, chairman of the!!
I The plan passed by an overwhelming OpiHouseSetFor :
gfcrlairsdng set to a drum beat -since:the coming of their building committee, estimates!
and cined;- "Jesus, We Want pastor.Rev. N. B. Langford Jr.,I Campaigning for a full tern 1 standing 'vote. But 104th General .Assembly 'of"the the church will cost between

TdMeetwill.",have -a, promi:: eight.months ago., i I I in the state cabinet, Kynes told I many of the 900 delegates feel I Southern'. < Presbyterian, Church- ., : 1\l thodist's' 190,000 and $100,000. The audi-'
'neat'' place ''in .hymnal. The At the.same business meeting! a Pensacola group of lawyer; it does not go far enough or fastl!generally conceded' 'to bethe torium will seat approximately:
Nigerian :im assador.: to the the church voted to elect .a I| and judges that "just as a customer enough. most liberal. in the denomination's NewParsonaae 400 persons. The new sanctuary
Nations translated the is free to select who h< I 0 will the which:
United building
'long range planning COmmit-I! One minister called it "very history, gave final' i
lyrics vand, ,Dr. Austin Lovelace, tee" to. undertake a e dl shall buy from, so should th:: definitely a Southern victo 'y."' : last approval Todayvfrom to.5 pjn., the was erected In 1924 by 13 origi-.
merchant be free to select thoseto week ta, th* ordination. '
minister of:-music at ChristChurch study of the church and formulate whom he will sell." < Ralph Roy, a layman from i parsonage committee of the' nal families of Keystone

-Methodist' New York" plans for church growth, in. Rep. Earl Faircloth of Miami JNew York City, said the, pil- of women. II First Methodist Church will hold Heights. It was enlarged in

City,4set theni:.to,n tie_ both buildings and organizations. -j Kynes challenger, mean hi11<:jgr mage had been planned 'for The assembly, the highest open house at the new parson! 1952. y

The Jvised, hymnal has 5&4 i said I that Kynes "is grasping a'']several months. 1 court of the 937,000 member age, 2156 NW Third' PI., for! The Community Churchis

texts and 402 tua s.- Of these t presented.The suggested plans will then I IJ 'straws in a last ditch effort t() "We are not so much protest-i I denomination, acted on x', recommendation I the members of the church. non denominational and Dr. TED DENCHU
122tejts'and lid! tines appear J to the church for get his campaign off the ground. I !Albert C. Holt is the present
after ing, what, they did, he 'said.! of' lastyear's This committee, comprised of
for the. first. tirAe. 'earW.tntts 26d approval which they will "James Kynes insulted the intelligence ,. pastor, having: served there forI TO CONDUCT
"We I Mrs. W.
become'1 the master are protesting the mood of gathering. That ; Little ,chairman,,
plan hyhleh assembly reeommended -
that wre iff.th* 193 edition of the people of FlorIda : ; i I five He previously was
the conference which was un-j Mrs. Fred Cone,Mrs.,B. P. Be-I years. PEC1AL MEETINGSIN
the hiirch will
: ; operate.I by the charge that I hav< .that .women be: ad "
are mig.; Serving '; willing to move forthrightly for 1 vile, Mrs. Henry Turner,.Mrs.wilhfr .[pastor ,Presbyterian
on.thelong range the support of left wing mitted THREE
groups 'to the ministry and to Church in Jacksonville for 26
:iXiririg discussion7 of the'pI m ng,committee will be: C. Faircloth said. "He has agair I integration of the Methodist Harling .and Bob Stripling GAINESVILLECHURCHES!

hymnal t, .Bishop'Gerald Kenn6dy4 -[c. :Below. ,' Byron'Salter, R. L.King degraded the dignity of the. office Church." the. ,governing bodies ''ofl was appointed: by J. Fran years.

of E Los Ahteles"! told tho'delfr:"] ; MK; Jane Thorpe TomIwilhi of attorney general and i Immediately] after Friday's churches cis Cooper, chairman of the'

gate's,'that,he hid,b e1i: a:mem[ / Mrs., '}fa1 Gatesman, should apologize for the unwar... vote they would some push integrationlsts for a stronger said I 'The'recommendation was later -building nish the committee house, which, to help is fur-the',: Power of Prayer Sunday May 3:

Y program before the conferen approved by 53 of the'denom home of the 'Rev. and Mrs.' 9:45 & 11:00A.M.

I : : : :: ..Ch-U Directory ends next Friday. ination's. 80 Presbyteries. and Thomas G. Mitchell. !j Millions: of FIRST ASSEMBLYOF COD .

-. became:official today'as the as- .In June of last year:it was decided .;| people have '
: had to Waldo Road (Rf. 24))
t f" Santa Fe Ass?n sembly 'completed'its ..deliberations. by' the Board of Trustees,1 : prayers answers but often *

GAINESVTIIJG'.CHURCHES |1 /Christian-Science Church, 420''versity Methodist Church, 1320, .'The vote.of the currant:assembly and church members that the:! .4 it takes Sunday, Way 3:

'Aifrat Crut' !,; Wesley- .,Community :Metho-,W. Univ. Ave., services at 8:45: Of Baptists Set was 240.iol4s.; .. ,- old parsonage at 633 NE First many answers 7:30 P.M.
t '.' St., was inadequate.A to convince HIGHLANDS'PRESBYTERIAN
Amnt b117 and 11 a.m. i -
H Charcli .f Christ man that it
Virgorcus debate on the issue ;
committee -Mrs. '
NE'.lsk St.-services U7a.m. Mormon Dinner I Henry isn't just coin-
&.hif ?:3 p.nL.. .. ChOTCh of 205 NW and Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Meeting centered on' .thesV .sentences' Turner'Mrs. W. Little, Mrs.]I cWence for 1001 NE 16th Ave.
', 14th St,'services at 11-a.m. from the first letter- of Paul Fred Cone, Mrs. Tassinari prayers are sel-
to Ray ,
Umbarge'r Memorial Advent ': Williston Methodist Church,,: The Baptist Brotherhood of dcm answered .
Chiistiiit'jtJ'I''St: at 45th Ave; ,6ZOp.m. of services at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. the Santa Fe River Associationwill Timothy in the New.Testament: George Wright, Don Rothwell'I'Harold A. with an obvious Sunday* May 10:.
Northeast. : ,
: siiiee-'t1Iirfl.' : 'and.' 7:30;f ; Christ ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th' "Let i woman learn-in silence Lee Montague, EarI'Powers, Johnson miraclr. Morning: 10 & 11 A.M.
hold its
418 E. UJre."BibIe study quarterly meeting
: pjn: ; I:at .IG .a.m. services at 11 a.m. Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m.,,Thursday at the Sardis Baptist1!with ..all's bm ssireneSs.' I. 'permit 'Bill Arnett,.Aubrey Reece and Frequently! the answer does im- Evening: 7:30 P.M.
AHiaace Sacrament meeting, 6:30: 'no woman to teach' 'tohave" [Cooper, Chairman, selected the not have any apparent FAITH
,. Chnrcaes _"' n4.&pJ. ,, p.m. l,Church at Worthington Springs.I or; mediate relationship: to the
: .First Alliance, '11'a" Jn.f :wor- '. Thirty 1nth Avenue 'Church I] Nazarene !j|The dinner meeting will begin I! authority over men;. .me new l1oue.r original request, but fr the INDEPENDENT
thip at Bishop.Jr..High, I901iNE !of. Christ, '181t NW '39th AVC..J First Churqh; of the Nazarene -!|'at 6:30 p.m. ,is to keep silent." :r" person of sustained faith there BAPTIST
: >th'St, T;$(pan; : service at] ( 302 SE 1st Ave. services I I emerges a .pattern of convincing -
-' UV1ees.:at, t .a.ni.and ,e:1ep..m. at 10:45 ajn. and ;:30 There will be nomination of The argument apparently- Can You Steal j evidence' of the hand of CHURCH ;
p.m. I
: 537 ; ., I\ Trinity Church of the Nazar new officers and a talk given by'cepted ,the.majority was that God 719 NW 31st Avenue
: -University Avenue. Church of the Rev. W. T. Q-osby.pator!advanced by the lter.< Dr. Albert Wild Animals? I Doubters and atheists can offer -
,Baptist' ene,. 825 NW 31st Ave.. services j all kinds'of 'logic to.refutereligious"
Univ. Ave.
Christ, mE. ser t
.Rrst.Bapd ; 425; Ate*., ,services:'at'.11 .a.m. and I University'Ave. Church of the Gainesville. AD me m hers of:Fla.i -who said, laThe Bible SEATTLE, Wash.'(AP-"Can;: it holds'any"water, far the true hovoh's Witness for ten
'' .Ckttrti. oii Nazarene Univ. area Baptist churches are in speaks")ihrinetnithr bat-for: i: believer because he'is convinced He is a born
: :3 j.m.._ r.r Of.Chiirch t 3545 W. Ave., its a.wild. animal be stolen? i by. his ,own most inti- years. now
,''Cahary Baptist Church; SE i '. of God, Hawthorne services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30!vited. own chy.State's .'" mate.,experience.His again Christian. Memberof
services at 11 a.mand'1:30..p .''Road 'and Third'Ave., services I- That question posed by a '
: l&th'/St, .. 11 p.m. reaction- to the nonbeliever Calvary Presbyterianchurch.
-1 Municipal Court judge brought
-: at'11'a'.nir nd73OT. pjn. PresbyterianFirst is to feel sorry for ,- Willow Grove '

: Church: ...:-1428 .NE 20th Place,j!, Episcopal Presbyterian Church 1 Christian Churches proceedings. to a halt Thursday., him,. for man's own logic hasn't Pa. Member of Ch'mtfenBusiness1
.'7:30,, r of, On trial was Monroe B. Miles:,I proven sound enough even to
services at 11.ajn.. ana p copal.Center, Chapel 106 SW 3rd St., services at 11 i ii Men's Comm'ttee : -
put materialistic world In
Sr., 53, charged.'with.a< 1 P-m. the Incarnation 1522 W. Univ;i ajn. and 8 p.m. i iI .' order, let alone to understand International.. Au-
: Old- :\. Fashioned 4ilissionary; Aet, Holy Communion at 8am. Grace Presbyterian Church.i To Name New Executive, I larceny of a dUck'and resisting.,I the mystery rewards and thor of "The Watchtower

: Baptist 'Mission; at comer- of .. morning prayer at ,11Lni. I 3148 NW 13th St., service at 11 ', I II arrest. He maintained'the duck' 1 peace that comes'to. the'fa'i. Heresy Vs. the Bible"

NW cUi'SL'm3th Place,Wr-j First Sunday, Holy Com- t.m. OCALA -Florida Christians '. !1e'Socittrs'boardd.: bad lost some feathers, -and he tul. (Moody Press). \
mtMoa at'11a.m.HoIyinIty I wu'taking home to!be1P'It.i you 'would like to pass
vices at 11 ajn. and ": pjn. ] Highlands Presbyterian Church Churches win greet a Dew executive .
tors the : I on to our readers of
chooses eaeeutIy.Mff.Dr. some
!: When could tell Judge your
EastiWeBaptist Chun*. 1SB .111 NE 1st St., 1001 NE'16th Ave., servicesat during the churches no own testimony write In con- BRING A NOTE. 'BOOK'.
E. ,Unlr.. AT... le1'rieesat. 11 Holy Communion 8 ajn.merntnf. 11 ajn. and 7:30 pm., 73rd annual convention here, Richard James or"J'1Cboa- Walter MeGoYtm-who owned fidmc. 'to. Editor P.O. Box .J
: 'uf1M1p.n/ .' .prayer at 9:30 and.1L Kanapaha Presbyter I- May 1416. ville,.'ebohinan !& the:,board:of the duck, be posed his question No. 13.whether Norwalk. Conn. (Advise OR A TAPE RECORDER!:

Faith 'Independent Baptist rIm Sunday Holy- Communion an Church, Archer Road past Dr. Lawrence Ashley, who directors. fOrF.CjfS.saIdaspecial and instructed attorneys to prepare name used. Editor you wish your
8,9:80'and11.! I .. .,. ,. .briefs on the matter. may edit ::1 .
Cf i NW'.Mst 'Av 'at' Tii lat Medical Center service at 11 has been the churches' executive committee comment; 'and be sole judge
Ter., services-at-ll-a.: : v and St. Michaers.-j.21M Milhopper'a.m. 1 i was;appointed I as to publication" Copywright; i I.! (Advertisement
secretary for the past 17\ last fall to"find a. successor 1 1564, Efco.)
at 8:20
: 7:30 pm; .,* ; Holy.Communion Quakers I (Advertiierrent) ,
will retire in August. to Dr. .
Ashley Dr James said
Portst,\":Pu'k. 3antist.. 16t1"a.m.; family service at 9:39: Reif! k'U'< ScHety of Friend 'AVERAGE A.\ERICAl't-m-- '
The rejafionally the ES-JOHNSON If you are looking for a nice,
NW.5t'.seri'i: ; .e 5 at 11:imornic? 'ftfajer at 11 a.m. OBJst 1921 NW 2nd Ave.. service at governed new executive.. 'Has: been .
..m .4'743- p.m.r' ,I.,. and'3rd Sundays, Holy) Com- 11 a.m. : Christian Churches voluntarily -Chosen but ..public.anhqunc e Jment ,!I: The aver ge income-of American -- FUNERAL HOME 'healthy pet for your little"Mary"

: G a ,s/Ue .Prim[tht Bap jmunion'on. 2nd and 4th Sundays. Unitarian-Universalist cooperate to carry on a' will not be .made. until families rose to $7,149 in 311 S.. MAIN ST. check "Pet$" in today's -
'Ardaun. :. 'HelinessElianV "wide_ variety: of programs, especially ttie>time.ot. the convention Classified. There are anwriber
tistctin-.Ssv4th.St.at. .. 3 l. I Unitarian Universalist Fe1loship here.. 196 from #,920.in 1961.. In.1947 FR 6-5361
: cberEo ds.eriice' 2t 11' .,. Pentecostal, SW Ar. in missions and'ed,! '. : of.cute kittens and pup
: ; }- no. 1204 NW: 10th Ave., was $4,13& .
Korthr. ,.C&ta1Baist <=hu:ltd.,, ,services' at 11, ..m. Sunday school and services I cation. These' programs are py's who want a home..

: ami'th.eM'; WWJlfth,A"e::,.11ft'"-, avid 7:3p.m.:""" both at U ajn. planned and administered I ,'.
msatt..:>> a'd-11am.' and University ::F.ntteostal' HoB- ARE.CllURCBES through Florida ,Christian Missionary I L CT'DASHWOODHICKS -

7Zpr ': '. _' svC5iurch.; OdoVFeltows temple Assembly of God Society., 1 '

.OakBrn3aptitooNw4othAve. [( : at 740SE ,2nd.Ate., serv- First Assembly,of God, Wal I 1I 1I
., z. Hices :at'-.llajn., a&d ie *at1ia.m. and 7c50 p.m. do Road, services at 11 am. I
TSO.pJh' '. .laier-deMmiaatioaal and 7:30 Wesley WSCS : Ti

Oalc>ark; Baptist .Choreh Gainesville Drive-In Church, p.m.Baptist "

BIO Archer {R& Cervices .it 1, Hawthorne Road, .service at' Archer Baptist Church, Archer Tuesday to.HoldPledge '

1:45 and4t rmtand 7:3 -.p.m.; &:? .-a. Jt.' | services 11 a. m. and 8''j I ;
..ParlMtwBaptist/ W >Kff' :One Salvation': Army, 232 SW1hi47Ave. | ,

13th &.. senices >l: ,il a.m.;l| .', .S rVi.w at 11 -a.m.p.m.Eliam Baptist Church, Melrose )-I Program t *. BUSINESS, MAN _

artd74p.in.S: : ..: .; and 7Sd: p.th." worship services at 11 A ,special pledge prograimforthe ; -
Pine ,Grave iBaptist. CSwrch, i. ''Jeaovaa'sWitnesses a.m. and 7:30 p.m. WSCS of Wesley Commit'
42O0 .NW'th.Ai ,'_seni s.1: Kingdom, .H l1 ,6i Jehovah's First Baptist Church of ?flc-' Methodist
city Church
be '
U' aJnu an7:3O ,p.fft. ,. Witnesses, 1124 NE'3rd Ave.., anopy, services at. 11 ajn and. COUNTY
; presented Tuesday night by: COMMISSIONER
Bidecfew..Eaptfst -'.Cfiurci, yrice aatsp.n: : 7:30 pin.Wllhlston. .
Mrs. R. N. 0
Walker and Mrs. Joe ,
KWlSth;\St ; te.S'J.t. 11ajm. _.'> Lttberaa Baptist Church services .
aad'S: p:..in.: '. 'First .Ijifheran' Cbcrch, 1801 at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tate' in the church sanctuary.. !! -I- #. b.J:1'-: .

West.sideEiptIaCtureb, ,1 W'-Sth 'Ave.,',services.at S:30. Methodist The program, -The Sea of, -I.- : >;
4039 Newberry Road, servicei i and '11 ajn. I Alachua Methodist SE 1st Giving" will begin ,at '8_ pm.! ,'/.. ', ..: .DISTRICT 3. AT LARGE c :

at 11.,a Jn. _and.?:$),.pja.St ., ".l.Get semane.'LutJieran St.service'. at,,11 ajn. I and will be followed by:a gen:: : : '. ;,is *"* .

-' 'eattion Church; ,: 1905.,l"E'1.th -St1 service : Melrose Methodist, services- at!feral meeting and social period ;I. M RE''SERViCE: $ FOR YOUR. :.. MORE INDUSTRIES \ \

-Aogustine\ Chapel 173S, at 11-am.: 11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. .t in the fellowship haiLAn 'TAXppLUfc: r' ,;, .. > *- '. r ] :,\V. t
W. Univ.;: Ave., Sunday massesat University Lutheran Church. Orange Creek Methodist US- executive meeting will precede .. ?
1 : #
J ? Li ? "
'9S, ?',and. 11 ajn. and 12 1828 W. Univ., .Ave., service at 301 north of, Hawthorne: service; the program and general ; >. .ti! > HOSPITAL WARD FOR :

noon:daily mass'Mon. through, 11a.m., 9:30 a.m.Newberxy. meeting at 7 pjn. Reports'for' j :f BETTER' : ROADS.- .. -.5. ".i',: MENTALLY ILLiriTEft'seHboLs .- -

Frl.at fiaQ'ud.-iuiS &., $at .MethodlitCentenary j lat Methodist, servicesat !the year are'"to be presented ' '. .
at-z.ntCthifess1on. Tues;and Methodist 1400't&E 9:55 a.m. and 1:30'p.m. I at that time. .. -. :' .. CONSERVATION OF NATURAL. ,
Thaw.:,t':T, p.mnd .TFrL. at] Hawthorne'. Road, services,,. I I ; :'- y : S." ,RESOURCES ._ :M | | :

5 '_ 'Jr"-- at'11 ajn.'..analpm.. 'i : t.iS6i
.. .St. Pttfs:
'5t ..masses *t-f-7S9; f, SLiirvices 'at' 1:45 and ,n '.., '-, : ': : ',' ".:T ,:1.; h:': :". AFFAIRS. FOR A .,- .'' :: i"- .
18.-38:.aln.. ,and i:1IOtm.. a. n. Fellowship! at ssosex; -I :... PLANNED -... .- I : .. : ..... ,r
: a tWt: i ice at 7 pjn. HARRY EVANS Will Work ,

-. JFlirst'.ChristlanChurch: : ,. SW r Faith Methodist Church, ;Ho-;; : for Better Salaries For All

2nd.Ave. at ,Sth,St,',service at t: ward gishop Jr. High Cafetor- .: School Personnel.

11 a.m." '. iam, WOl. 'E !th St., service .... VOTE FOR PROGRESSIVE ALACHUA
: edeaImIUji6a1 at U ,a.m. '3' COUNTrt:
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West -Side ,Christiai Church Trinity Methodist Church HARRY EVANS : .4' ;

:JM70tiAZ'GaInmille'. Littte 35S6 tNW"8th Ave., services at ,' "
-Tkeati'(, S'. :\W',15th Ave., st2'Wird J Blvd., services I 'PULL LEVER 28-A; ,FOR .DASHWOOD HICKS .. .' ,
:semee.'at: It ajn. atil.a.n aM'1:30 I Superintendent: Schools : ':. i:. t
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{ Sunday May 3. 1964 GamesviUa; -Sun 11B

''r------- Your Visit To the American economy; "The

: 0 His Answer Was. in the Stars" 1 THELIBRARY Sunday Ordeal study of of the Change"forces remaking(Hoffer)our-

0 !
world and their effect uponMinds"

I : .Bobby Hoffmann started reaching for the stars when he (Fine) a new ap-

5ras just 13 years old.- By ARDIS M. BLACKBURN show the need of discipline. But 1 proach to the education of gifted -

fl Failure followed. & How Adults Are Pitching In "Through the Fields of Clov- that need not worry us as we children; "Policewoman"

9, j .He .discovered that telescope making was a formidable feat_ er" by Peter De Vries, is really 'read the book.It (Ubnak) chronicle of the
t for a junior high schooler who had to toil without profession-- but that! At least it experiences of a New York City
w To Broaden Youths' Horizons anything is sheer delight, outrage-
: ,
'::: taT guidance. Failure: temporarily defeated-his; boyishcuri.. :
4. bas none of the bucolic calm ously funny and with an extra policewoman; "The Pro tec-
:'ostty. usually associated with clover dividend in the of Har- tors" (A n s 11 n g er) stories
t.,'.::' Years 'passed -: "$obby" grew to be Dr.'Robert G. Hoff- ; ields. And the wedding anni ry Mercury, an person ex son-in-law, about agents and criminals from
:*;,",,; rnann oI his,interest' statistician-before telescopes again. took hold < cy versary which promoted the title who continues devoted to Alma the files of the former U. S.

is not nearly so golden as although be is divorced fromher Com m i s sion of Narcotics;
H -rHe.studied the scientific art of optics., Y the one in the old song. daughter. Harry moves ina "Saint Genet, Actor and Mar-
r/.V"Then: : I:SDo wondering if ,boys of today were as interested -
of Jean
tyr" (Sartre) study
This book, published in 1961, world of gag writers and publicity
in telescopes and things 1s I was' when. I was a Genet, his life, his work, and his
: -kid,".Dr. Hoffman remarked recently. is mainly the story of Alma agents all,of whom tangle
Marvel who is called Moo Moo with the people fAIma.'s philosophy; "Labor Today"Widick
"I guess I'd:, heard about the l.Bbys Club at a meetng or ( ) the triumphs'4 and
by her devoted chil- world. And there is LeeMercurY.
1 : read about.it iirthe paper" he 'explained. So he called Mike ax many .
failures of unionism in the U.S.
dren, grandchildren, in laws Alma's granddaughter -
Kreshska, director of the club, and volunteered to start a
telescope class. : and ex -in-laws. Alma is just j bewildered between two FICTION"A
a tiJk what her nickname implies: a worlds, the gaudy meretriciousone
t I years, ago. gentle, kindly motherly person, of the theater and the stern Touch of the Dragon"
A lat of people feared Hoffman was reaching for the stars
in ; a bit bungling, with hair that New England values of her (Basso) a cartographer en
: more ways than one Kreshska admits frankly. a xw, : wit h socialite who
always needs to be tucked up Marvel heritage. counters a
Few really expected something as burdensome
astelescope' and blouse the Is has something demonic about
tails which always Nothing in story actually -
building to compete with the attraction
sports tk need tucking in. But an army resolved or brought to a her; "Extreme Magic" '(Calisher -
and Although'Dr. Hoffmann didn't
? games fioLmany people with banners when her pride is neatly tied up conclusion. Nobody ) 8 short stories and a
who believed he would succeed, he did find a lot, who encouraged wide
% V assailed reforms. Or the novella demonstrating a
him to'try.: At or her dignity threat sees light.
ened. Or charges his or his range of characters; "The Is
f ways per
He did succeed and Boys' Club members here have built
; Alma's children and grandchildren sonality. Everything is as con- land" (Creeley) story of an
about 35 telescopes'nder his direction during the last five
? are another matter, all fused at the end,of the book -AS author whose retreat to an island -
;i'' years. tQM of them rugged individualists: at the beginning or an end but proves disasterous;.. "In
Dr. Hoffman is what he lacked
advice. providing expert guidanceand vividly talented or just as vividly are a part of what 'is going on Their Honor" (Feeney) "true

r off-beat. at the time. stories of fliers for whom U.S.

He's proud of his success. S aS ls Ben Marvel, Alma's husband -. The whole thing Is light read- Air Force bases are named;"

But he's not satisfied. He sees the telescope building program R< is in the story, but is a ing at its wackiest. Definitelyan "Bells of Bicetre" (Simenoa
as a beginning. He envisions other classes at ..
r- : shadowy figure, saying little escape even with the story of a French publisher who
the Boys' Club that will cover, utlmately, almost every field ,: his former life while
of science. ht b. and doing less, which is aggra- theat of psychology. A brilliant reassesses
10 $ e..y s vating to the reader who would picture of a slice of life. It'happens convalescing from a heart attack
Hoffman also hopes to sell Boys' Clubs throughout the country
like some ,more help in explaining to be Alma's, but it mightbe ; "The Best from Fantasyand
;] on his idea of bringing in specialists to stimulate young
13 science
the children. any of us. And though Mr. Science -
minds in specialized fields. ni The story covers a couple of DeVries makes continual fun of fiction stories reprinted

Success seems to be' .looking his way- from more than ,,> Isn summer weeks in a busy New all of his characters, he treats from the magazine; "The Blird

:one directionThe : 4 I a England town. But there is timeto them with kindness and under- Heart" (Jameson) loss of a
'- Engineers Club of Gainesville started an electronicsand : while and fortune, indirectly
introduce a cast of characters standing so that even you family
radio class at the club last September and have met "Grand Cen
them. kindness
as zany as ever a writer laugh at them you love through ;
with much interest and uncovered much youthful talent. thought up and a series of in- New books that will be avail, tral Murders" (McGurkmys-
_-Plans are under way to add a mechanics' class to theclub's of the murders at New
.y tomorroware
4 cidents as zany as the people able at library tery
science program in September. who take part in them. : York's Grand Central Terminal
-At the upcoming national convention of Boys' Clubsof 5\
s- e The book may be a deep critique CURRENT INTEREST solved by Detective Maguire;
America, Gainesville will have a large display designedto ifA of the modem psychological "Bonsai for American. (Hull) "Voice on the Telephone" (Davis .
sell its science ideas to other clubs.
aspect of bringing up -guide to the creation and care ) -mystery centered around
The horizons of the program are almost limitless, Dr. Hoff- children. Certainly Alma's four of miniature potted trees;' "The a plane crash; "The Eye of the
mann believes. He can see classes that cover special areas Bazelon) Lion" (Wertenbaker) novel
show the mark of the psychoanalyst Paper Economy" ( -
of biology, chemistry sessions may be in the future, and nu-, and her grandchildren a scrutiny of the irrationality ol! based on the life of Mata Hari
clear-age studies could probably be worked well. .. .,
Each class would have an expert at its helm. "This is \ "; h;' --- i r:, i

something the youngsters don't get in school," Hoffmann \ ,' : HAYDONBURNS

pointed out. _._
He sees 'the Boys' Club classes as a specialized extension xw

of school class work.

Although the University provides Gainesville with an abund-

ance of experts in a variety of fieldsa distinct advantage To Scan the Heavens
to the program-Dr. Hoffmann believes similar programs can .

be developed in almost any community.For .
five years he's worked hard to prove what he believes. A group of Boys' Club members have taken to building their own tele-

Now the proof is mounting.And scopes. Dr. Robert G. Hoffman, left, whose avocation is telescope making, directs

he'.hopes that Boys' Clubs throughout the nation soon their efforts. He's discussing how to rig a mount with Ted Anderson 12,

will follow the lead that Gainesville is providing. center, and Steve Ayers, 11. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) FOR

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I Learning Science From Practicing Engineers GOVERNORBURNS

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By HAROLD RUMMEL magnetism led to a compass.'' they ran It,.Whittington explained. aid of other 'engineers and en- I The boys seem to be takinga

.. Sun Staff Writer From the compass, they wentto gineering students to assist them lot of interest in what they're .

"Oh, that's just a capacitator electro-magnetism; and built four at work with their classes. doing, and one of the main goalsof I
They saw boys
," the nine year-old ex buzzers and motors. "It looked like a good thing," "We're doing just about as the class is to encourage in-
much as we can right now, terest in :
plained patiently Each boy tested his knowledge engineering
he said. So the men sent out
"It stabilizes the current flow of each step by building the word that a class in elec- Whittington said of his group. Interest is evident. The class :1

.the current. comes throughthe what he was studying. Then the tronics would be organized at He explained that there arc is supposed to run from 7:30 to
32 engineers in the club. And of 8:30 each
transformer. .we'll fit the engineers relaxed and reviewed the Boys' Club.Fortyfive .
the 32, only about 14 are quali- i Many of the boys are thereby _
amplifier into this part of thechassis.1 where they'd taken the boys so boys showed up the -.
fied in the electronics field. -
;! I far. Now they've started half first night "We didn't know 7 p.m. '-
{ Twelve of the 14'are working And by 9 half-hour
the radio-oriented work. I p.m. a -f sY if
... boys on what to do with all of them. x
regularly at the club "We'vetried after the class is ,supposed to
I The radio-workers are operat- tried to make the
$ wjio ? The engineers
ayr are, you to set it
up so no one I end they still can be seen:
Little David Conger's 'pa ing on two levels. best of the situation by takingcare
to take a class more than once Heading those mysterious
tiencewas. stretching thin under Eight of them, among them of all the boys who came i a month," he said. But there I.diagrams that tell the inner i

...the weight of so many young David, are building elec- out. are some members who work workings of some formidable-
Fortunately, Whittington, + iel
says SS 4'
questions.But '
tronic sound weekly.
amplifiers. looking product of electronic
a knowing expression ap- there was a natural mortalityof Whittington estimates at least ingenuity.
and Meanwhile the others interest It claimed about : iiifjh4MPf'I I
peared his patience return are 10 man-hours are devoted to II Aiming their trusty solder :
ed..when .he found who he was busy "cannabalizing." The y're half of the original group. the Club each "
Boys' project !ing guns at bundles of color
talking to-just a reporter, "I tearing apart old radios and The remaining 20 have worked week. coded wires. x.;

thought you _wer'e.an. electri- other electronic equipment and weekly-except for holidays' He doesn't think they're wasted II Exchanging ideas and ad- 5-5t'e 5- 5- ,
cal engineer) from Sperry," Da- putting them back together in ever since. ,. i I vice. ,
vidremarked in a relieved tone. different combinations to. make We've tried to stay away from L m

'He was ready to worry about different electronic instruments."I the math," Whittington said. 1 I ff: ;a E 7N

any .engineer who would haveto never dreamed so many Most of the teaching attack has ,fr1r ai4& /

ask such elementary questions boys would. get this far" says been with working demonstration With TheBoys I

'as hen i just heard from Glenn Whittington, a Sperry en- models and doityourself.It .

the_reporter. gineer who is president of engi- seems very Successful so far, i
David's familiar with engi neers club. the engineers believe. I

neers. He didn't believe there'd be They're planning a formal

He's the youngest of so many boys either. evaluation and formalizationof tan Y
20 Boys' Club members who've Whittington told how Boys' their efforts soon. *

been adopted ,by the "Engineers' Club officials invited his groupto Classes will end when school's pfF KY '

Club of Gainesville." In start the program last year. out.Much .
weekly sessions, the engineersare Their hope for success withan of the summer will be I s ,

promoting science in the electronics program at the spent organizing next year's' Indian Lore Indian Lore all expense paid trip to the ; NJ

minds the youngsters. club was based on a successful classes with the experience gain- advisor, Barry Stearns, illustrated i Bahama Islands. -J ,
They started eight months telescope building class that ed last year foremost in mind. several games at the last
ago by demonstrating static had operated for several yearsin There'll also be plans for expanding I meeting which are played by i Roller Skating Roller skat-

electricity in hair combs. the Boys' Club fold. the program. The en- Indian boys. Mr. Stearns, took ing is held each Monday and BURNS MEANS BUSINESS '

That?led to magnetism, and "We went down to see howI gineers group hopes to enlist the the games from the "Book of Thursday at 4 o'clock and Satur- .

I[ Jt .- ]r" ,k ...-. "..,,- American Indian Games." Both days at 10:30. Skates are fur- .
and in. Air.)
h the Seminole Apache clubs
nished by the Boys' Club.
took part.
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S I Junior Deputys Ed Mc-

I Clellan announced plans for a Beware of Unproven Imitations!
trip to the Smoky Mountains I

this summer for members of Re-Elect and KeepCLAUDE '
R. the Junior Deputys. The JuniorDeputy
.. tRZA R. ? are open to Boys'I c '
Club members 11-18 and members ; -1, .

are taught law enforce-

ment and organization.

Marbles Tournament Hay
23 is the date of the State :Marbles -

Tournament at the Boys' BRANDON

r5 Club. Boys' Clubs in Florida:
will be' competing for State;:

Championships in the followingage I

groups: 10 and under, 11- COUNTY COMMISSIONER -- DISTRICT NO. 1

13, and 14 and over. Players o' .' S
will be selected to represent the,

Boys' Club in the State Tournament -I:I He Has Done A Good Job For You

in a special elimination '
tournament, May 9 at the Boys' o

Club. Boys may register at the .
Jaycee Derby A record I HE HAS HELPED TO, BRING YOU ., : .,j.
number of boys are working feverishly -I, CONTINUEDPROGRESS .
to complete their racers More and Better Roads New Parks' Playgrounds; 6Bo .

by race time. Forty-three i Ramps
New Courthouse
boys have signed up and are i Effective and Sensible Zoning and

a building their racers for the July i; New, Hospital I_ Facilities_ Planning WITH ECONOMYPULL
11 race in ,Jacksonville' and! }
the July 18 race in Gainesville.!I Improved Mosquito'Control School| Sidewalk Program LEVER .

... ,. *f you have someone like engineer Tom Elfe around to show you its in- The event is sponsored jointly j Full Time Civil Defense Director Added Library Services 2 5 A :

.*trica 0
-Gainesville Boys' Club. H '8 working with Ronnie,Thames, 13, right, and John Tropical Pontiac. The winnerof (Pd.Adr."

:Atkins;' 12. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis) the July 18 race will receive


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The Tampa Times St. Petersburg Times

MATHEWS BEST CHOICE FOR GOVERNOR Florida needs John MATHEWS FOR GOVERNOR The Times strongly I endorses
Mathews and we recommend him as the. most outstanding candidate. Mathews for these reasons: Mathews will be a more effective Governor -
for Governor on the May 5 ballot. than any of the other candidates. Mathews has the best record
"- Tb !> :{', ',. ,.,,: "-. ,.:t:,,. ...i-' 4.', ,. of accomplishments valuable to Florida. Mathews is the most know-
: terr' The Sarasota HeraldTribunejs Mathews has conducted the most forthright campaign. Mathews is a

political "doer", not a "promiser".
\ PROMISES, PROMISES One striking feature of the campaigning a .
t" 4 for Florida's governor thus far has been a vast amount of talk about. -
,.. matters bearing very little direct relationship to the office being Tampa Tribune -...
sought. In our opinion (Jon"rT-E. Mathews) has campaigned forth- ",
rightly. He has concentrated on substantive problems and specific OUR OWN CHOICE, After long consideration of the men and their
issues that confront our state government. He has resisted any temptation records, is Senator Mathews Senator Mathews' public record and
to try to outbid his rivals for votes by offering pie-in-the-sky- : his personal history lead us to believe that he would, as Governor,
"o 5 with-the-prrice-tag-temporarily-removed. give Florida the leadership its problems demand and its opportunities '
The Clearwater' Sun f ,
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Democratic candidates seeking party nomination-still tantamount ENDORSED JOHN E. MATHEWS FOR GOVERNOR. : ;its Issue t.of : .
to election in FloridaSen John.E. (Jack) Mathews of Jacksonville ..,.:1 'tj'' _
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Mathews wrote, co-sponsored and I led to Mathews fought to passage the bill creating a
passage In 1963 Mathews wrote and Senate -
Land I Installment Sales I Board to safe-g word against sponsored
Capital Bond Outlay Amendment for higher education '
a fraudulent practices in mail-order land sales. Bill 263, which for the first time set up a betweensessions -
which. Florida voters approved.
committee to examine and investigate Flor. ,-
The University of Florida will realize opproxiFRAUDULENT HOME REPAIR .
Ida I 's entire revenue:andsending. programs, including J
m atel I y$5Milli 1 I Ion In new construction from this I
single program. bond issues.FOR .
Mathews co-introduced and led to passage the : .
various bills to stop cheats and racketeers in home r
repair .f
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TEACHERS' SALARIES Senator Mathews has '"
always recognized
Mathews inaugurated and I led to passage the v -.-4._
plan hailed by educators, for a Board of Regents for a.thews. led the fight for the school package* for supporting higher education so Important to: -
I. bill raising teachers' pay and giving counties creditmore
effective, more uniform and structly nonpoliticaladministration on their automobile tag money for school construction Ajachua County and he has always been cooperativewith

of universities. purposes. Alachua' County's legislative delegation.

JOIN the MATHEWS Victory March Vote May 5

John. E. "Jack" Mathews Best Qualified for Governor:

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I' Concert Season Post Mortem I II STILL

By REID POOLE large Instrument cases of the However, even these welcome AVAILABLEA HUltottA I
Head, Department of Music O1 I N J G orchestra on the main floor of improvements will not relieve

University of Florida } :- the auditorium between the au- any of the situations illustrated I FEW OF ,

Reflecting on the regular f Po'ST rr dience and the stage. The Juil- by the examples above. In I (

f concert season of 1963-64 ir the lard String for Quartet extra retired intermis-from short, provisions for the needsof THESE DRUG ifllil w
stage an ,
a university of the size and
Gainesville and on the University sion when clanking radiators, .
stature of the University of :$ftA ,
of Florida campus, one \\i turned on by a vigilant thermostat LOVELY
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the breadth and coverage of all chamber music literature.
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y'y0r Secretary of: ,.., : (;,.,.:'..;.: BUTLER Un IonCounty's 1I" :'
State Tom Adams has predicted : torrid race for sheriffis ;

a 55 per cent turnout (1,225,' : : <;:<: : : ;I t;, .. .<' ,!.' expected to draw a big per- ... j : : : ; .
000) of Florida voters for Tues centage of its 2,353 registered ... : ,.
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;. day's primary election. \\W 1. : ::_; : voters to the polls .here Tues- ,..z' : : T,t: .
y4 kh < q But here in Levy County \\ day in the Democratic primary ;ItJ : Y

Y i nq HAs" better than 80 per cent of 5.41J > ; election. 5
registered voters are expecteto < : / Sheriff John A. Whitehead

r I I9e4.y show up at the polls. ": .\ ,, has' waged a, vigorous cam- :

The six-candidate Democratic :: !. *. ,... ;. ':.......... paign against his opponent, Lowell ( r. .

governor's race, plus some keenly : .".....:< Shadd, and the contest ..N

contested local contests arc 1.t.l1.----, : .... has drawn top billing in the
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for the huge voter turnout.. .... Other races 'which will be
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Although a fourcandidate
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21st District Senatefor tion, there are other voter-at B.School'Bloodworth Board(,incumbent Dist. 2 -) and W. ao ,AxN : Bradford County

tracting races, including thai -
One area election race which Usher and 272 for Town in which Arnold Beck of Chief- Monroe Kitler;. Dist. 4-Carl 0. STARKE The primary election not met by the elected candi-

I I hasn't created any spectacular send. Sandlin was the leaderin land is trying to unseat veteran a'' :rsF Bielling (incumbent) and Ray : slated for Tuesday will be date, the schools under his Supervision I

news headlines, but which is a Levy County, with 972 votes.In School Supt. A. E. Mikell. Crawford. the first election under Bradford automatically their

: vital race, is that for state sen- Mikell, who was unopposedin County Commission, Dist. County's new districting plan accreditation with the Southern
ator from the 21st District, the run-off between Usher 1960, drew last-minute 1 Dana Duke (incumbent) x q which was adopted last fall. Association.In .
and Sandlin Usher electionby and Shelton Arnold Dist. 3-
won ;
I and Gilchrist counties. ition from Beck, who teachesat s. Bradford wound up with 5- addition to this race and
M. Brown incumbent
three total vote ( and
a county )
The-candidates for this office 486 registered voters for the
Bell High School in Gil- primary those for governor, U. S. senator
for Sandlin. Yygl. Elton Dist. 5-Fred
of to Taylor L.
2,846 2,293 ;
are the incumbent, Etter Usher christ County. el ection and under the Railroad and Public Utilities
Thomas (incumbent) and
Chiefland farmer and tim- Now, Townsend and Usher Mikell has been campaigningon S; Shaw. Royce new districting, not more than Commission, Bradford vot-

' \ berman; and Sim Townsend are again squared off in a race his past record of three Constable, Dist. 3J.. T. 400 Voters are. listed in each of ers will,cast ballots on the fol-
of Bell.A for a full four year term in 17 precincts. -
terms in office and has contests
prom Fillyaw, R. L. Rhoden (incumbent lowing :
( little more than a year ago, the Senate. They have been ised to work for the continous With
) and Joe Nesmith. keen interest keyed to Sheriff P. D. Reddish (incumbent -
Usher and Townsend campaigning steadily and quietly -
opponents improvement of Levy County a< of M local races a high Harold K. Norm
Supt. Registration r s. precentage ), an,
in a special election to in Dixie, Levy and Gilchrist
name a successor for Ran dolph counties. schools. Margaret R. Crawford and Mrs. voter turnout is predicted.One Willard Williams, Jennings
Beck, a graduate of the Uni Lottie Lee Archer. of the top local races is Starling.
Hodges, who resigned from the Usher, 37, is campaigning on
'f, versity of Florida, with 24 Tax Collector John T. Hale that to select for
Senate in order to devote full, the experience he has gained yearsteaching a successor Supervisor of Registration -
experience, has promised _'...,x.- and Mrs. Helen W. Dukes.What veteran School Supt. H. P. Mor-
Jeneva M. incumbent)
time to his job as state conservation since being elected to the Sen- """""" : Flynn ( ,
director. ate last year and is promisingto to provide the leadershipthat BECK promised to be an inter- SHADD gan, who is retiring at the end Clara T. Hazen.

( Usher won election to the senate continue to support: Quality "will accomplish the purpose Howe, Sam Standridge and esting school superintendent'srace trict is comprised of Union, of the year. Seeking this post County Commission, Dist. 1-
for which, schools have in the
in a run-off with J. P. San- schools and universities, state Howard (Junior) Williams. was making when Bradford and Clay counties. are Tom Casey, currently serv- Othma J. (Ossie) Norman, Carl
been established. He has said the candidate deadline
) dlin of Williston. institutions, a fair tax structure, County Commission, Dist. 5 qualifying Also appearing on the Union ing as Bradford High School (Dave) Shuford.
there is need for diversified reached
a a more was lam i month.
In the first primary, in Feb- economy in government, water- curriculum of studies Lonnie Blitch and incum- But veteran School County ballot will be the candidates principal; and Charles Hardy. I County Commission, Dist. 3-
I of last Usher polled ways development and the in bent Wardell Supt. T. S. In this race, as in several other -
ruary year and vocational training to prepare Fugate. Thomas withdrew from the for U. S. Senator, governor Ernest W. Allen, W.M. Harris,
1,873 v o t e s in the three coun- terests of agriculture. all students, whether they School Board, Dist. 4 L. H. race, leaving James Cason railroad commissioner, school superintendent races Jerome Johns (incumbent).
ties Sandlin was second, with Townsend is campaigning on Arrington and Cecil as in area counties, the main is-'
It ; choose: to go on to college or Stanley. the only candidate and automatic state attorney general and pub- R. H. Green Jr. (incumbent),
1,199; Townsend received 1,101; his: "M at u r i ty, experience, take occupational careers. winner of the Democratic-lic defender for the Eighth Ju- sue is whether the candidates County Commission, Dist 5-
and the fourth candidate Frank demonstrated ability, full timeto up have the educational !
t' 'dicial Circuit. require- Z. W. Hamilton.
Beck has promised that if he nomination which is
Fisher of Chiefland, received devote to the job and a pledgeto is elected to the school superin- BradfordHospital to election. R. A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. of ments to meet the stands laid I School Board-Arthur Holiday,

o 284 votes. reduce auto tag prices. tendent's job, he will finish Two Union County officials :Starke, the incumbent, and R. down by the Southern Association -W. E. Lawson (incumbent).
In Townsend's home county, With reapportionment of the the work remaining on his retiring at the end of their'G. (Chief) Justiss of Gainesville of Colleges and Secondary Public Defender R. A.

I Gilchrist, he received 588 votesto House and Senate threatening master's degree, "in order that current terms. They are Tax are the candidates for the Schools. (Buzzy) Green (incumbent), R.

224 for Usher. Usher swept Usher or Townsend c o uld we can maintain what accreditation Collector R. R. Pearce, whose public defender post. U these requirements are G. (Chief) Justiss. ,
Dixie 724 votes be the last senator elected from
County, polling Admissions
i we now have (with the office is being
sought by Mrs.
i to 241 for Townsend; and in the 21st District as it is now
three counties. 'Southern Association of Collegesand April 23 Hariam Levy Nor- Dukes and Hale; and supervisor -
I Levy County the vote was 925 made up only Schools Prisoner Flees Chiefland
Secondary ) an man, Starke. of registration Beatrice Cour-
strive to gain more." son, whose position is being
This has been one of the ,April 24 Lettie Mae Archer sought by Mrs. Crawford and
! Fair Management 1 1I. main issues of the school sup- Melrose; Irene L., Brooks, Mrs. Archer. *
erintendent's race-Beck's apparent Larry Bernard Lewis, both of Unopposed for re-election are Rally But Freedom Brief

> lack of educational qualifications Starke; Lola Mae Griffis, Wal- Clerk:of the Circuit Court Robert .

I. to meet the Southern do. Driggers, Tax Assessor J.M. -
Course to BeginThe Association standards. But, in Howard and County JudgeA. CHIEFLAND Levy County by law enforcement officers. 'sentence from Manatee County,
newspaper ads, he promises to April 25 Henry James ., L. Driggers. politics apparently got too hot Then the crowd, the largestto was returned to the Levy Coun-
complete these requirements, if Green Waldo; James Wood- State Rep. C. A. Roberts ([or too' boring) for a Bronson show up in the current series -ty jail. He has been charged
13th annual Fair Manage-,tion with the laws governing elected. row Dees, Macclenny; Crawford also Prison Camp inmate'at a polit-- with escape and auto theft.
is of rallies
unopposed in his bid for Levy County was
ment Short Course opens todayon 1 airs in Florida. The remainder of the Lev y: C. V. Bellamy, Inver- reelection, as is State Sen. ical rally here Friday night asked to check for missing

t the University' of Florida Women's role will be featured, County Democratic ballot (aft ness. Charley Johns, whose 15th Dis- Thomas Mills, one of four cars. E. A. (Bud) Finley of IronworkersEnd
campus a three-day and directedby run. I with T. W. Sparks, assistant 'er the U. S. Senate and state April 26-Irma Altman, Jack-I road camp inmates who were Yankeetown reported his car
It the Florida sponsored Agricultural.Extension manager, Florida State Fair, races) will look like this: sonville; Rhoda Z. Dampier, helping prepare food for the missing, and a description of StrikeMIAMI

Service and the Florida -Tampa, moderating a panel on Public defender R. A. Starke. JoblessIIJl rally, lost himself in the audi- the car was broadcast. Finley

of Fairs and revamping women's depart Green Jr., the incumbent, andR. ence of about 1,000 persons, had removed his keys from the (AP-Some 450 of 500
Federation ments. Mrs. Mamie Bassett, G. Justiss. April 27 Frances Walker, I stole an automobile and made car, but he said his wife, ironworkers in Dade, Browardand
Livestock. Shows.W. Platt Jr. Hillsborough County home State Senate Sim L. Town- Mildred Jordan Allen, Lucille Fla. At his way to Ocala before being Gayle, had left hers in the Monroe counties will be
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said the program short demonstration agent, Tampa, send and Etter Usher, the in- Wade, all of Starke; Murlie recaptured. glove compartment. The car back to work by Monday aftera
chairman Mrs. Mary Johnson, secretaryof cumbent. Mae Crews, Lake Butler; Hor- had a full tank of gas. 13-da, strike,. union
course this year will focus on the Florida State Fair, Tam- State Rep. Fred M. Bailey ace Dewayne Bruce, Gaines- 7-Year Low According to Sheriff J. W. Kenny y Wells said spokes'man
look" in fairs. The continued and Friday.
the "new rally as
Marsh- Turner, who was slated to
pa, and Mrs. Mary Holtzberger and incumbent Frank ville.
He said the fair managers will fashion coordinator, M a a s burn. speak, Mills was missed by his Turner, the last speaker on the Wells, business agent of Local
take a look at what youth Brothers, Tampa, are panel County judge Incumbent I April 28 -Evelyn Joyce TALLAHASSEE (AP) -Florda's guard just after candidates for: program, was winding up his 272, said 90 per cent of the steel
thinks about fairs, how to in- participants. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilbur Anderson and G. C. Per St. John, Starke; Henry Morgan rate of unemployment state office had ,started to. talk, he received word that the contractors in the three' county
crease fair participation and Ehrbar staff artist, Agricultural Richarde, Raiford. plunged> to a seven-year low during speak at the beginning of the escaped convict had been cap- area have signed'new contracts
how to spend building dollars Extension, Service will due.Circuit clerk Carroll April 29 Louise S. Renner, March, an action that Industrial program. tured by a Marion County deputy with the union.
pre- Court -
Harriett Johns Commission Chairman 1.
wisely. Mary sheriff just south of ,Ocala
sent a 20th century plan for Gilbert and incumbent Ernest' Turner said that all streets Under contract which
Nichols Edwards Dennis H. Worley Brown called highly a expired
The fair managers will hear Ii op- on U. S. Highway 441.
fair exhibits. Stephens. in the area were immediately April 20, ironworkers
Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director, Smith, all of Starke; Bonnie timistic. : received -
Sheriff Pat Hartley, J.'' blocked off and the area around Mills, who has eight years to $4.20 an hour base
Florida Agricultural Ext e nsion Louis W. Seay Jr., president Reed Sandifur, Fort Pierce; Brown said the March rate o! pay
W. Markham, G. T. Robbins andJ. the crowd surrounded breaking and entering plus 12 cents in fringe benefits.
Service, discuss the educational of the Florida Federation of Margaret Inez Miles, Lake But- 4.1 per cent was the lowest rally was go on a
purpose of fairs. Dr E"fc T. Fairs and Livestock shows will W. Turner, the incumbent. ler; Alma J. Roper, Waldo. March since 1957 when it hit .,- ..
York Jr., provost for agricul- open the Monday morning ses- Registration sup e 2.7.
*ture, University of Florida will Mary Ann Graham and LouiseN. Births He said the rates for the past GREAT DAY
show how fairs can improvethe sion.The Sale the incumbent. April 24 Mr. and Mrs. Joe four months held at the low av-

image of the agriculture and three-day event will open Prosecuting Atty. William Louis Archer Melrose, a dau erage of 4.2.

bring about important changes. with a board of directors meet- E. Rivers and incumbent S. E. ghter, Pamela Deneen. The total number of unemployed

t: Commissioner of Agriculture ing and a get together hour and Wasson. Deneen. during March stood at .In The

d Doyle E. Conner will present buffet supper tonight. County Commission, Dist 1 April 27 Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 85,500, 26,900 under ,March- last Morning ;; :
New officers and directors-oi Harry Hiers, Donald Holmes Walker Starke
some of the problems the Agriculture ; liam G. a son,
and Livestock Commit:, the association will be elected and G. M. Owens. Bradley Ellis. year.Meanwhile, he said, 1.5 million By SAM McGARVEY

i tee has encountered in carry at the closing session Tuesday County Commission, Dist. 3 April 28 -Mr. and Mrs. Ri- nonfarm people were work- V.

ing out their duties in connec- morning. R. J. Hodge, Wallace chard Vincent St. John, Starke, ing in Florida during March, V.4erNow
an increase of 61,100 over a ,_
a daughter, Joy. -- ;:::< :iVz A 1- --
tilt Discharged year ago.Cedar. the hooting and hollering virtue of being based on a prin So what happens! Instead of

: April 23 -Evelyn R. Chand- at rallies is over with and ciple. I being uniformly respected and

f r ,. ler, Richard Roderman, Jane Key Sir Voter has a few days in praised by the public, he gets

4 'w w e Loretta Gay, Esther K. Star- which to reflect before Tues- Of course, in order to exercise the raised eyebrows treatment
1 r ling (transferred). WC HoldsMemoriam day's primary. Before the campaign it, you have to know something On mention of his name,
I started a lot of us didn't about the record of the in- instead of the public raising a
24 James W. Page
April know how important are cumbent and if he's a scoun: glad chorus, people shake their
Edward Manning Caroline
Jessie ,
but as it progressed and our drel and a rascal, and has been heads sadly, ,as if to say,
Ruth Nettles and son Michael CEDAR KEY A memorial hands were shaken, our ba c k s looting the courthouse, you may jj. "What's his racket? What's his

Joseph. service was held by the Wom- slapped and our ears about have some difficulty in gettingthe angle? How come he's the way
April 25 '- Gerta Fay Gib en's Club here at noon Tuesday chewed off, we started to get 'sordid details. We hasten to I he is."

son, May June Hall. in memory of Mrs. Helen Febm- the idea that we are Very Im- amend that thought by labelingit 1 w s
April 26-Rosa B. Flowers, erling, who passed away April portant People. purely hypothetical one, and:
Lettie Mae Archer and daughter -19.Mrs. to state that we know of no in- "Upcoming" is a good word

Pamela Deneen. Rutherford Teas, president !- We kidded one campaignerabout cumbent who has recently rob- but like "so called" it is being

t April 27 Aileen Raedell Lin- conducted the service, as- this business of "butter bed a courthouse. worked to death, and just about
tI I McClung, sisted by Mrs. Frank Billingsley future event is labeled.
sin, Evelyn Story ing'up" the voters and he. rePlied every so
Sarah. Luke Kirby. Mrs. Wayne Turner and Mrs. : "All I can say is that Then, too, it's not at all a bad And while we're sounding off,

: April 28 Richard F: Dur- George Birdsey.Mrs. right now I'm kissing jour foot, idea to know something about that poor word "mishap" has

ban, Vesta Katherine Myrick, Teas praised Mrs. Fehm- but after election you can kiss the other candidate. We've seen taken a terrific beating until
Rose L. Zittrauer. erling, a charter member, for mine." and heard some whose biggest now it is common to see it

April 29 James W. Dees, her untiring service and enthusiasm beef is.that they are being pre- used in connection with a terri-

Horace D. Bruce Henry Mor- and said .while her Seriously, though, this mat vented from getting their snoutsin ble accident in which a numberof

Richarde, Rhoda Z. Dampier absence would be felt, her'sphit.. ter of voting with any degree of the public trough by the incumbent persons' lost their lives.

i gan Lola Mae Griffis.Building would continue. to lead each conviction' is a problem, at : is *
i member to a better life. She least on the local level, for A Bradford County 16yearold -

presented a spray of white flowers while you mar be, dissatisfiedwith Today, the political who has driver with a restricted license -
Beef Course PreparationBulls Falls in memory. the incumbent- question -the hardest row to hoe is the was involved in a wreck

Mrs. Billingsley gave the arises as to whether his opponent honest one. We know one con- recently but authorities were

vs. steers performance will be one of the topics of discussion at the SEOUL, South Korea (AP) scripture reading and also gave would be any better. Our scientious county official who unable to press charges againstthe
13th annual Beef Cattle Short Course which starts Thursday at the Univer- Three persons were killed Sat- flowers as she spoke of the solution is to vote against the works diligently at his job, conducts adult in the front seat with

sity of Florida. Checking some carcasses, a basis for the discussion, are, from urday as part of the wall of a deceased's steadfast faith, and incumbent, and then if the man it with exemplary honesty the driver. The law requires an

left Dr. J. W. Carpenter, meat scientist, Agricultural Experiment Stations; four-story building here fell and Mrs. Turner read "To a Friend"by elected subsequently proves tobe and what with one thing adult driver there, but it says

Dr. T. J. Cunha, head, Animal Science Dept.; Ralph W. Cellon, president of the crushed wooden shacks duringa Edgar Guest. about as bad, vote againsthim. and another, is a vertiable nothing- about.his condition-, and
Florida Cattlemen's Association, and Ralph Cellon Jr., president of the Alachua repair job. More than 20 others Mrs. Birdsey closed the serv- Ifs a long, 'drawn out model .of efficiency and fair in this case be wu blind

Cattlemen. were reported injured. ice with a prayer. process but at least it. has the ness. drunk.

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i' .affectionately in Parliament as BREAKFAST CLUB TENDER-AGED GOV'T.-INSPECTED :;
Nancy, took her seat in the t
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House of Commons as representative EVAPORATED
I of the Sutton divisionof
Plymouth in 1919. She served FULL CUTROUND
until 1945.
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causes. On no subject was she
I: so outspoken as on abstinence i
from drinking. She even lea
tured Josef Stalin for allowingthe I
the sale of vodka in Russia.
t' in our meat dept. .
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Father Thomas said, "No sizeable I with this c.oa. .4 JUfdaest.f:
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Sunday May 3, 1954 Gainesville Sun }

I"" Heads New VF Division lp Gulf PENSACOLA Rescue APTwelve ,. 4 '" :j

i George W. Corrick, ,assistantto and coordinate the activities oi f (Bill)'Shands, Gainesville. fishermen were plucked froma
the President of the University "University agencies, aimed al t Carrick is an alumnus of the capsized boat Saturday in a .
of Florida for the past two I attracting private financial support University who graduated with stormy pre-dawn rescue. BE SURE .
III years, yesterday was named director -' Reitz explained. Financing high honors, received three distinguished The chopper hoisted the .
for,the new division is primarily awards in journalism 2T.A men 4\
of the
University's new- from the E. W. Fowler, a 74-
from private funds, and membership! in Phi Eta
ly established Division of Development Reitz added. Corrick will alsc) Sigma, Kappa Tau Alpha, and foot snapper boat out of Pensa TO VOTE
,)\ Services. serve as Secretary to the University .. Phi Kappa Phi honorary fraternities. cola. z f"f'
\: The apointment, announced by of Florida Foundation 1 The Fowler radioed for help
4 f President J. Wayne Reitz to the and his office will be at its state Harold B. Crosby, dean of ;QY .,; after going aground near here '
Board of Directors of the University headquarters.An University Relations and Development Friday night while trying to get MAY5th j
of Florida Foundation addition to the Board oi f t explained that the into port. Eight foot swells were !
during its meeting here, is ef-'Directors of the Foundation was I activitation of this new division running, with blustery winds.
fective June 1. ''also announced during the meet, will round out the University's auxx t '" The Coast Guard said the helicopter

:I The ing. James N. Anderson, Jr.,, advancement organization. The .. ..... buffeted by high winds;
new division Is to >:0/" |made four in completing
I plan Gainesville replaces W. A. oth er two units, Division of CORRICK I trips H. H. (Harry) McDONALD
k Alumni Services and Division of]r the tricky hoisting operations. County Judge
Informational Services, have
I been in operation for a numberof I I EACH VOTEP HOULD BE PROUD
years. SAFETY IS
The:right to Vote is a Priviledge enjoyed by tfie citizens of these United
I 'GROANER' EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS Statesof America one denied Millions upon Millions of other Peoples.
RSir To my Mind our Gvilization Culture and form of Democratic Government
J will not be endangered by any force of destruction as long as our
TURNS 60 Citizens exercise conscientiously their civic duty and privilege of the ballot.
Give Your Car A Physical
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Bing Examination At A Gainesville Safety Circle" DEMOCRATIC LEVER H. H. (HARRY) McDONALD
Crosby 60 .
was Saturday.For
a while there, it lookedas CANNON 1 INSURANCE ISA County Judge and
if "The Old Groaner" mightbe AGENCY H. H. (Harry) Judge of the Juvenile Court
58. Or possibly 63'or 61. 309 NE 1st Phone FR2-4256 m MCDONALD

I. Confusion about Bing's birth- ,
date originated more than a
decade ago. Later the famed @ @
I.f singer cleared up the matter Valu &
I himself. Said Bing:
W.lniYersilyAr! $r "I was born on May 2, 1904,
in Tacoma, Washington. I'd 'SUfi
f like to take 1906, but 1904 is the
t lone I was stuck with."
In 1961, at 57, he became a
father for the sixth time when
his second wife,actress Kathryn TIE MirUTE WtETT noil
Grant, 30, had a son. She'd pre
sented him with a daughter two
years before that j ,
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_4C Gainesville Sun Sunday. May 3. 1964

I I. 'I 'Hoffa'sOut' to Get Him .; ".. .

WASHINGTON (APJamesR. witness In Chattanooga, Tenn., on Rouge Local 5, is charged _" PRICES GOOD THRU'WEDHESDAY QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Hoffa reportedly is trying to to testify that he heard Hoffa with embezzling union funds in &.
strike back at a former pal and offer up to $20,000 to bribe ,a an indictment dating from be- .
associate who testified against juror in a previous federal case. fore he turned against Hoffa. :: '
turn. His testimony led to the gov i A high Teamsters official con- r :
firmed that Partin's activities :
A source close to Hoffa said ernment's first conviction of "' .' ',.
the groundwork is being laid for I Hoffa in several attempts. Hof are being investigated by top-
possible trusteeship action to,fa drew an eight-year sentence, echelon union representatives. FOOD SWEET .SLICED
seize the, Baton Rouge, La.,I which he} is appealing. "There, was a meeting with
i Murray W. Miller in Baton
Teamsters local of Edward G.' Since then Hoffa's ,troubles i last week in
: Rouge an investigation -
;I ment Partin witness who turned in Hoffa's star govern convIction have trial in snowballed. He now is On that may be a preliminary .fi::1
in Chicago for conspiracy to establishment of a trustee- ,. BACON
February on jury-tarn,
to defraud the union's pension ship," the official said. .
: pering charges. : funds. He also faces
\ a high-level Miller, Dallas Tex., is an in- FAIRBUITONI
The stocky Teamster chief sat internal dispute over paymentof ternational vice president and
white-faced with anger when his huge legal fees. member of the Teamsters' rul-
:' Partin showed up as a'surprise Partin, business agent of Bat- ing IS-man executive board.

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ExperienceRALPH CINNAMON BUNS 29 -_- 2/ .


Ralph Turlington Will Continue to Support: WHITE BREAD 2/41 ,

Quality Schools & Universities Economy in Government /

State Institutions Constitutional Revision
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Quality Mental Health Program The Interest of Agriculture ; FREE EXTRA : '
Fair Tax Structure Highway Safety couroM JU D imomM onI .5
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Press as ene ten mist valuable
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c i 1957 of by the copJtal Florida, legislative Leglslativi" correspondents Press II TOILET I NOW..A DANDRUFF CONTROLSHAMPOO
en* ef ten most valuable members ef Voted by legislative eadeagues member TISSUE HEAD &
I fht House of Representatives. 1963 ef mat effective three mast delegation. -
capital legislative press correspondentsef 4 PJCc39C WORKS
Florida Press as ene ef test mad ROLL THAT REALLY
Voted by Legislative Celleagues member valuable members ef the H.... el Rep
.1'95 9 el secend most effective three KIMlegtelatlv resentatives. (Received largest number
eMegatlMi.' ef votes ef any Representative SHOULDER
Vete by capital le Ulatlve cormP6ft4- Voted by Editors ef the daily newspapers
eats tH FtorMa Pass as ene ef ten ef Florida as RunneMip .for St. Petersburg TOWELS2RGROLU41C .
mast valuable.members el House etRepresentatives. Times award for most valuable .,:
service Member el el Florida.House el Representatives for p"xHk $ 175

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.Sunday, May 3, 1964 Gainesville Sun '5C

\ reshaping Poverty WASHINGTON of the(AP-A administra-.., major Bill process it say, the the Democrats end W result o.kedOver workingon should I I I appears The chief to' be thrust to beef at up this the stag educational

tion's antipoverty bill is being be a stronger bill than Johnson I :
attempted by Democrats_ on the submitted. features in the bill h, .
House Education and Labor I particularly to channel mOrE : Surfs Prizeword Puzzle Corner

Committee. I There is trouble at the moment money to schools in urban slum s WASHINGTON (AP) Lt.I -

i however, because each and impoverished rural areas. !IGen. Lewis B. Hershey, Selec-f
,Although some provisions recommended -'member has a*different idea of ,tive l I II I Ii I PI
Service director, said Satur- GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST Ruin
by President Johnson Sections dealing with aid for" t Last Week's
how the should be fo- '
program I
: Jday he believes beia i I f I
may be scrapped in the be poor farmers, small businessmen must 1. The !prize for the correct solution to ttlis Sunday's PR1ZEAORD PUZZLE
cured and
agreement may considerable change in the international I will be $215. If no correct solution Is received: in This Sunday's puzz't: tin RS
'i hard \to come by. and unemployed fathers on in prize money will be added to next ween's award making next Week'S prize 3309.
Who's JUSTISS? 'I relief are in trouble and will: climate_ before the: Plizelfol'clExplallatiolls 2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The iu.
There also is a problem of : ;United States can end the draft. for the preceding; 30 days an extra bonus of $100 will b* added. 'If mart that
What's a have to be drastically revisedif I I one correct puzzie is received from tiome-delivered subscribers*. The bonus will
PUBLIC' DEFENDER committee jurisdiction. The to remain in the bill I "We have got to get this na be divided among them. .
? I chairmen of two other committees I Ii they are tion 3. The Sun will pay at least $2S each week for-ttM correctly solved HUE-
'. Who CARES? The Democrats also are considering and the world to the place: WORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received
i have had to be brought n'' where mutual fear fr the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the correct
See blue is tre-
orange. and cold handbill a new program that is 5 solution.
'around town & Sun classified sec. 4.Pi. 'on an informal: basis to work on ; mend "
i aimed widows who ously different from now, .
Adv. 'some of the provisions. I' at helping i 4. Solve the clue ..S011 would any crossword puzzle. Determine from, eacl
-- --- are oast the aye when they can,'said Hershey in an interview. CLUES ACROSS clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition: Clip out the punle.
t- : or use a good exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical er: otherwise wholesale .
get a job but not yet 62, when i'l!' "I believe things can be bet- reproduct: will not be acceptable. TIlls contest Is based '01 sfcitt. Tha
BENEFITS they can qualify for Social Security .,'ter," he added, "but we ought 1. CLASH not class. The clue decision of the |fudges shall! befinal and all contestants taking part must
agree to accept this decision
STABILITY as a condition of entry. All entries became We:
YOU benefits. not to check in our gun until we,suits CLASH better. For class, ;,..dGOOD property of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can Se returned.S. .
"should" would have been
are sure. Anyone except employes of
the Gainesville
Publishing Company and their
:. "in_ the tax assessor's office. t :, Chairman Adam Clayton Pow I I than, "might." Also, one families. may enter this contest. ,

:Your: schools' hospital and ell, D-N.Y, got a glimpse of the; Last month President Johnson -' hardly finds a whole class fail- a. After, you have filled in the puzzle, paste It on the back of a four-<:.n'
1 your F 1 wide variety of views on the bill 1 announced plans for "a very ing to take things "seriously" wss!card Mail it from a Florida posfoff.e. t" Prizeword Pete, Gainesville! Sun
:county government depend upon a P. O. Box 57 Gainesville. Florida or bring it to the Gainesville Sun Circulation -
stable! tax structure. Vote to keep when he called the Democrats:comprehensive I ;, study of the| 7. SEATING not setting. The. prize. must Department be Office. 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries, to be eligible: i for the

..stability 11. I together Wednesday followingthe J: i i draft system and of related clue phrase "if entirely new," OLE PETE day at a.m. We received are not at responsible the Gainesville for entries Sun cffict lost or not delayed later .LlaYedte In ;The :iraili.: *
end of public hearings. He Entries: enclosed In envelopes cannot be .
:manpower studies. has more point for SEATING, accepted.T
a KEEP quickly canceled a full committee which is not normally regarded THE SUN'S PUZZLEDPUZZLE There can be no correspondence! .r telephone calls reaardms the contest.
J.PIERCE. SMITH meeting scheduled for the!: The study, Johnson said, as an- "expense." The settingfor EDITOR Each reader may submit not mere than FIVE entries, in each.we+k's.contest.

IIIrJ next day and set the Democrats -, '!would "consider alternatives any production presumably 8. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free af chane at the
Circulation Department ef the Gainesville Sun at Wl SE "'d' Plate Ga.esavlf.! .
: Pd. Adv. j, to work to iron out their r to the present draft selection entails expense anyway. t Fia, during regular office hours.

;differences. (\system, including the possibility! 8. INJURED not insured. No !. Winner. if any and correct solutions t. this Sundays PHIZEWORB
jg'of i meeting our requirements on man really "worries unduly- Peters Bundle, PUZZLE Sunday' will Gainesville be announced Sun. and new PRI2EWORD PUZZLE published hi next.

J an entirely voluntary basis within about getting insured." Froma
: h I' 10. The GamesviUe Sun reserve* the rWtt to tTpetrl.2il
a a decade. l health standpoint, he is either n'Ors or any other elTors.hit'
naT m
i appear any publiAed matena1
Grows CGOnecliou pilb this content.Puzzle.
SELF ii insurable or he is not. INJURED BiggerNow
: PROPELLED il i There have been complaints i is clearly apt.
that the draft is unfair.
I system ; 9. DRAIN not train. DRAIN No. 16
Because the pool of eligible I $375Today's
t is the stronger answer, since
.. exceeds the need
young men '
HEAVY DUTY MOWER I' "running a DRAIN" means Clip and Paste on o 4c Postcard
called while others
some are
.. installing it. Also, for train, the
P r i z e word Puzzle
Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine with spring- are excused. clue would be better withoutthe
; t (No. 16)) is worth $375!
J' .,t:. I wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. :, The President said he was not phrase: "from point A to W 0 T 1 NG ,
point B The present cash build-up began
that the
predicting military
15. GUN not gum. GUN is apt, 7 weeks ago. Every weekI flJ'L1' ATH
i, requirements could
I \ ; BIG 22..lt (H CUT manpower e.g., when rapid and accuratefire have printed a new puzzle. Every
i i be met on a voluntary basis i in UD,9 PI
is necessal)'. Knowledge week I have added another E. T10
:the next decade but that the stu
:' \ about gum (adhesive) and its $25 to the cash prize. Every
"looks forward to that"
I:dy : properties possibly, but no dexterity week fans have tried to find the H A

$ 95 [ Emphasizing this point, Hershey is needed in the "use of" correct solution, but to date u L. is P I

: said he has "very definite gum. nobody has succeeded.

f ONLY :doubts" that military requirements -16. SIDE not wide. Truer of \ NO G
As the cash increasesso
SIDE as it generally has con prize o
3 be without
j J EASY of can compulsion met unless somform the Y estderably less traffic than a Last do week the number of entries.
main On the other
artery, say.
.., TERMS are reduced to "little short ofa judges received
f hand a wide road is more aptto
I police force be a main thoroughfare with: 1,679 incorrect PETE
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i He said Britain is finding 1 il I entries. Only
I PUSH TYPE much fast-moving traffic.
J ,, 3. hp. 4-cycle engine $3895 very difficult to keep her armed 22. POSTER not porter or pot, one letter pre, is 0O
t' 22-inch cut only ..,. ., .. forces at a level of around 190- vented G. B
ter. A POSTER may be both I '
000 to 200,000 since the draft "clever and artistic" (as two Lee from Cross N EN !
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.t- Also Available, 20. 22 & 25inch was dropped there. separate things). Since ceramics City from

JJ.J. a: t3 ., ton engines mowers, slightly with Briggs higher.Strat- I "Some people say we can is a form of art, the clue walking off as r .

I have forces of 1.5 million without wording, "and artistic," is superfluous a lone winner 1964 BEll-McCLUftE SYNDICATE
J.Ii i j+ compulsion," Hershey said, for The had she used -
s ,, .p ALL MOWERS SERVICED potter. sense If
ire not
Ii Iii tx with gas and oil, ready to "but we've never done it." Now of the clue applies in the caseof MINE instead of MIND for 2fl) you and would new like a home-dslivered to have The subscriber Sun-

use the nation's armed services the individual, but hardly asa down she would have changedole ( started please check box. Extra Bonus for
number about 2.7 million, with porter. Pete's cut to smile from I home-delivered subscribers. See Rule! No; 2

i: .; PARTS QUICK REPAIR only the Army relying on the 24. LINE not link. LINE is the frown. Name

SERVICE _i,draft. natural answer. Where one is For the benefit of new fans,

Buy where you can get all parts and quick r; "I have always felt that ther "anxious to join to points," the out to make a killing while the Street Number

f -- repair service by factory trained mechanics r military services got three or problem would not be one of money pile is high, I shall re

TRADE-INS when you need it :four enlistments for each of ouri I' "joining" one link to another view the rules in some detail. City State
SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW! .1 i i inductions," Hershey said.!'link, so a? to have two links, PkeitPrixeword .
: surely. It would be more a Work the Prizewod Puzzle .
WELCOMED "This fiscal question
F we are going
OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. tit 5p.m. year ; Pete
( Saturdays il I to deliver about 160,000 men, up of joining two lengths ofa as you would a crossword puz Mail' to Prizeword
: Contest
w. will gladly accept your old : chain. zle. About the only difference i is
some 50,000 from last year. The The Gainesville Sun
mower on one of these new model C. B. BOHANNON JR.SE 'services are going to receive 25. GOING not doing. GOING, that our puzzle is made easier 5exS7, GaiaesviHsJla.. ti '
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I to or running, "well" at the moment Because many letters are already ..:.
GOOD USED MOWERS some 600,000 700,000 men in

FOR SALE! all, from the inductions, voluntary "of speaking, )'es. "Doingwell supplied. CLUES ACROSS:

" 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561 ,. enlistments and re-enlist however, can well relate When you have solved the
to the "horse's" general form
ments." in which connection "the trainer -, clues, clip the puzzle and pastein 1. It is more likely to frighten some women than others.

( ," say would be better than the back of a postcard. Then. 7. There's not much point in having a that is never used.
mail to judges, postmarkedno
jockey. 8. May be regarded as of no use whatever.
I later than Tuesday.If j I. .'
9. Well-known tree.
CLUES DOWN: you wish to enter more
10. Raise the temperature. ,
than once (five entries per person
2. LENDING not land" i n g. are allowed), you may use 11. To a joke when you're feeling quite low "is usually not
"Checks" carried .
1 I out 'beforelanding"
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reasonable facsimiles of the easy. "
1l are done as necessary
1 puzzle. : 15.
J Stockings, for instance.
a They include, for example -

steps to cut out unnecessary With the prize now worth $375, 16. Knowing just what to a difficult customer u part of t

R .. use of certain equipment, it may pay you to check your salesman's job.

thereby cutting down on maintenance -,I;answers extra carefully before I 18. A across the road may well force a driver to.stop.
costs. Thus, then[mailing. Remember now check
S "checks" would not be wholly the clues and read the complete I I 19. Graceful are pleasing to the eye.

I II "for safety's sake." Furthermore rules that are printed on this 22. Not wanting to in a town, where the living costs are

"pilot," rather than, page, and get started today. high, is hardly blameworthy.

'N ,.' : i:' .... :.. B "man," would be more to the Good luck and best wishes to 23. Many a is simply accepted without question.
,/ .'< ." point for landing. LENDING
I t1U x.
,.. ', CLUES DOWN:
V> ,; ,,;':t makes a straightforward an-

I 'It '\, '"' swer. 2. To find yourself in company that makes you feel can

X"Z5, 4. RED not bed. In RED, yes. be a little embarrassing. .
p \ ,- No "woman considers she looks
s3 3. For a special it be
purpose might reasonable to
t her best in bed use
surely, so why heavier -. '
stress, "an elderly woman"? 1x14
5. STORY not store or storm. \\ 4. Dropping from thirty cigarettes a day to would call for

FIectEARL4iFAIRUOTH ,"Orphans in a storm" is a i will power.

metaphor and it is inapt to make 5. It's possible for .a_ king to be -, of course. .

a detached statement about a 6. May be said to depend basically upon the action, ot light
j storm concerning "orphans in" on certain _materials. .

it "May look rather pathetic," 12. Large monkey. _
rather than "seem," for store.
raj STORY is the most generallyapt. D 13. Operatic soprano, Lily _.

14. Along, the. bottom of a boat.. .. ': .

6. INCITED not invited. One 17. In the'absenc of
parents, youngster may,*be more
I I can imagine a case of a prisoner prone to deliquency.. :..'.* -

policeman"claiming,INCITED uselessly,him.that The"a I 19. Where gulls may certainly.get scraps of food.,* -" ,- .

I IIl idea of a man "pleading that"I 1. 20. Rebels usually to get some support. .' *;

it he "broke the law because a 21. Plenty.
ATTORNEY GENERAL policeman" invited him "to doj: 22. Black ,substance. ,
so" is somewhat ridiculous. :'

13. DIVER not diner. A diner'

i knows what'"course he" is ,

r 1 The Manvho is Attorney General ,I of going"which""to take"particular; it is a question dish to r l FREE WORD LISTTHIS

is IMPORTANT to YOU take.14. WELDING" DIVER is not satisfactory.weeding. LIST CONTAINS I AMONG OTHERS, THE

\\V\\\\\ct Solution Last Weeks

s"\\ ht's Second only to the Governor on major Boards and Commissions. "concentration," but this is not Puzzle PUZZLEAPE
n\\t\\\ IS Boards and Commissions,fenders legal advice necessarily true of weeding. j
G"ttU'f\\\i\\\tt The Attorney General sits on 24 State .
\\'s pppa \ 17, TRILL not drill. A TRILL i
h\tt\()\ and\s Y>f1'4s Yet p t\\l\ \t to more than 120 ajencies. Beards and Commissions i each of which influences tile yes; but the sound of drilling, CLASH R S SE FATED NINE SEEM

\tt \ \ 10 \tS life of flcfidian. 0 BAR HATED NONE SELL!
X44014 Sp tt\\\t\ t; p1\dal every rather than just a drill. SIEiAITII NIGtNJUREiC

alp elate 0l40E Ill Stat ,,, uC"II11'S \', ,20. MINE not mind. MINE is ; 0 C BATH HEAT ODD SHOOTING:

\p t/tsl w arame of.ua1 ar ytaas. 1 La Elect EARL FAIRCIOTH as ATTORNEY GENERAL the stronger answer, as thereis 0 P W O'RIAIIIN' 'BUD HOSE .OLD SHOP
1 G's!aletba tIt nee gtttnrs4 ute 111I',...eet.wbtcto usually considerable in' NIB M Y TN CAR KEEL PATH' SHOUTING

;I; .t :vow $ d.*'* ...A man of sound experience integrity ability vestment involved in men and Pt.AT o'ew' CONTENTION LIVING PHOTOGRAPHS SOOT
; :: t ems' $ l the*oa character end dig ity. The Attorney General's Office equipment where a MINE is. GUN T S t DE CONVENTION ,.LOTS. PHOTOGRAPHY STOP

I __ '" ....et. "t tit 'i\0 a%) 1 concerned. "An efficient mind T f3IA S K V L DECK LOVING 'PINE TAKE
w,e red t>>e. .ynj tl"t\.D"1U needs practicing'I lawyer, NOT. politician.Bora is" common enough; "a brilliant ROME HERD DIVES 'MAKE '' PONS 'TAPE

,, '*sffs ., mind," say, would be near t I ROSTER I DOCK, MATED' '' RATED FELL
Ir and raIsed In CWcflani.Florida. .President of U.of F.Student Bedy.Hoior ... -
er the mark as regards "some L I i N E L RL DOVES MUD. SEEK TYPE
Society and Halt ef Fame.
.A fifth feDeration Florida thing" to "be especially. proudof. I E D GO N6 DUD
.State PresidentGfthl Given the Allen Morris Award as the ."
I II 1
Future Farmers of America. outstandmj first term member ef the I .
Florida Hause of Representatives. I
Graduate of the University P

ENDORSED, ffljUMiStti! and RS U.AW of f.Lilli CmZEtiS SchaaL JtiNjIIMOUT. Piattic.ni: lawyer THE for 14 SJATE years.Pd. Adv. $..$ $ $ $ $ $ .$ :$ $ $ $ $ $ $.$ $ $ $ $;,$.$$ .

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'C Goinesyillt Sun Sunday, May. 3a- 19'4

,. Confesses .. _. .1
Today I --- SUMMER
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I 1JSEEby I In History Killing BoyST. :.I II:1' VACATIONSUN

Today is Sunday, May 3, the PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) NOW I & FUN

124th day of 1964. There are 242 'Joseph Francis Bryan Jr., Special Package Plan

I' ., ,:. .the SUNCOURTHOUSE I days left in the charged with kidnaping in Ten
(, (, year. /
H nessee and South Carolina, has any
Today's highlight in history: confessed to killing a 7yearoldSt. MtcTiE! 7 DAYS

t U On this date in 1864, Gen. Petersburg boy, police said. NIGHTS
and address listed drunk. $15; i
RECORDS Carolyn Jackson. 26. Gainesville
Aarrt 24 Mir M Eugene Charles Nelson. 24, Gainesville. W. C. frves no address listed, fishing Ulysses S. Grant led his union Chief of Detectives Walter iI I S
Marriage License Applications COURT O* RECORD NlftIOut a license. $23; Stephen Wayne 4 9"Qw.
Verdell ROM 17, High Springs.nd Criminal olsHsrtieMJvdge :rtlemyer, 2216 NW fourth PL. speeding troops across the Rapidan Ri- Tipton said the FBI notified him 1 1 1i
George winferd Collins, 20. Alacftu Ira Carter. Apr* 29: $35; of the of Bryan's purported .
O. Bradftcld 53$ NE Earnest Kay Young Rt. 1, no valid ver to start the Battle Friday i KU'lKf
Mary Adell Bennett, 17 Alachua .nd Eighth' reckless driving. $20 or five drivers I license. $35; James lee. New. Confederate confession. The FBI in New Luxurious rooms
Albert Robinson Jr., 21, AlaChua. days; Willie James Davis Santa Fe. invalid 'berry drunk, $35. Wilderness against i COLOR- Modified American Plan
Mary Elizabeth Atkinson 24. GaL'.M- driver's license (25 or 30 days; -Ordered Cl las Issued for the arrest forces led by Gen. Robert E.Lee. Orleans, where Bryan was in breakfast and deliCiOUS
villa and James Newman Entrekin, 21, Ollie Mae Fields Archer allowing an I of William Leonard Fibben Jr., Athens. 1 SPECIAL ADDED! ; continental dinner
MIc ropy. unauthorised person fa drive, S20 er 10deys I Gaol speeding; Richard Lee Pierce The next three days were custody, declined comment on DOUILIOCCU'J.NC'(
Vlna Bell McNeil 32. Gainesville, and ; I Ocala speeding; Michael W. Stratton of the most des- Tipton's statement.The 1 'THE BEATLES JO OF 200 MOMS
L C. Thomas, 39, Gainesville. Ernest Frank John Graetz. 514 SW 247 A Flavet III. no valid drivers license; to see some e
10th St. speeding traffic school and *M :Eddie Walker, Rt. 1, no valid drivers the Civil War. body of Lewis Wilson was
Martha Jo luftCf21, Jacksonville, costs; Glenda Louis Hard in, Rt. 2, reckless license. perate fighting COME TO TOWN"
and Jack Herbert Varney. 24,,Fort Lau driving traffic school and SM costs; -Continued charges against Dayton found Thursday in a palmetto .I.
aerdali. Donald McCarty Hough ill NW tttfi 1 Grady Amette Keystone Heights recks On this date .
Barbara Jean Blye, 1$. Gainesville, Ave., reckless driving traffic school and driving; William tarry Martin III, thicket at Venice, Fla., 40 miles -. -
and Albert Hendrix lit 30 Gainesville. S3* costs Albert Lonnie Jones Jr. 201 1 11 0 NW 3th Rd. no valid drivers lIcense In 1494, Christopher Columbus Police .. The warm hospitality ,
Mertz Smith, Alachua reckless south of St. Petersburg. { of the
Martha Simpson Ridgell.\ 31 Galnesvllle NW Seventh Ter. speeding $20 costs ; Larry
and Warner Alven Strickland, 27, Linda Townsend, Alechua no valid driving David Patrick Vick 2513 discovered the island of Ja- said a man identified as Bryan I Colonial lim will ,
Gainesville. drivers license.' $33 or 30 days; John NW 13th St.. no valid drivers license; make your stayan
Sharon Elizabeth Pagan 20. Gainesville D. Head WillISton. wanton and wilfull billy Lee Kirby 341 o SE 20th Aver worthless maica.In got his car stuck in the sand unforgetable
and John Douglas' Rogers, 20. reckless driving $100 or 30 days; Harold check; D.C. one. You'll find
Gainesville. ngram.. Anthony fishing without a II- Horace McKetvin Starke withholding 1802, Washington, there the day Wilson disap the lavish per-
Bertie Mae Brooks. 24, Gainesville tense. SM or five days; D. W. Ledlord. support; Archie Dell Owens. MiCln DV. incorporated.In sonallzed Red
and James Arthur Redden 40. Gaines; Orange Lake violating boat safety law disorderly conduct; Houston O'Steen, 2300 was peared. Carpet Services
ville. $15 or five days; SE 45th Ter.,withholding support. 1937, Margaret Mitchellwon John David Robison, 10,. as fabulous as
JoAnn Sylvia Lee. 21, Gainesville and Ben Wheeler Cross Creek violatingboat \ -Dismissed charges against Ada Mae I the Continental
Joseph Paul Broxten. 21. Gainesville. safety law. $15 or five days: WIlliam Townsend. Rt. 3. allowing an unauther- a Pulitzer Prize for her'Mount Pleasant S.C., was found Cuisine. Every
Carolyn Arnetta Harris 11, Gainesville C. Cox. Rt. I, no valid driver's had person to drive; Wilbur M. Cox, II beautiful roomIs
and Robert Edwin Gainous 20. license, $35 or 10 days; James L. Dukes. lachua., Leaving the Scene of an acci- novel "Gone With the Wind. dead March 31 just north of designed for
Gainesville. 1616 SE Seventh Way, no driver's license dent. inlobison's .comfort,
Sandra Elaine Rourk, It, Alachua. and $35 or 30 days and speeding. $25 or 30 Deferred sentencing on Curlee Brown In 1943, Madame Chiang Kai- Miami. Bryan was charged your and ,relaxation.JVlQTOft\ .
William Alfred Floyd. 21, High Springs.Dennle days Fred Lee Terry. Brooker no valid Rt. 3. withholding support; William H. as wellas
Mae McNIsh If. Alachua and drivers license. $35 er 30 days Shaw. Id SE Seventh It, withholding Shek was a guest at the White disappearance i
Henry Williams Flier, 20,Alachua. Edward Donald MacKay, 1524 NW support. the kidnaping of Dennis'
Barbara Jean Brock. 17 Gainesville Fourth Ave..using;motor vehienle without -DIspOSed of charges against Nathaniel House.In .
and James Leon Suttles. If, Gainesville. consent, $50 or 30 days Joseph B. Smith no address listed, reckless dis- dispatch Burke, 8, Humboldt, Tenn.
play of firearms Bob L. Roberts, Su- 1945, a
JoBeth Houston Hart 21. Gainesville Parker 1524 NW Fourth Ave. using when he
and Charles Erik Speyer Gainesville.. motor vehicle' without consent. $50 or wannee, no valid drivers license. reported Adolf Hitler had killed Burke was with Bryan
Sandra Lee Sconyers. 21, Orlando and 30 days Aselee Rochelle Mlcanopy, I apprehended in New Orleans t
David Stanton Whittaker, 23, Winter assault and battery, *5 o or 30 days. himself in Berlin. was
Park. Estreated the bond of Lula Walker Romney Not Russia this week.
Angela Salmon Hartley. 55. Miami and Davis. High Springs reckless driving Ten 'years ago .. .
Charles James Hartley. 61. Miami. $35; Roy C. Arch Tampa speeding S35; ratified the U.N. genocide pact ..a.......
Andrea Rae Barton 22, Alachua and Thomas J. Craggs. Ocala speeding $33; Purlurbed ... "
Theodore Louden' Moorman. 30. Alachua. Irving R. Craig Nashua N.H* reckless By I and convention upholding political '. "'e56.161
Marilyn Ann Moreau 21. Gainesville driving, $35; Jackie G. Foster, Dalton a .. ....,a'R. WQTEtEI&BUJIG
end Albert Beryl Lewis, 21, Gainesville. Ga., reckless driving $35 Armed IntruderLANSING equality for women.
Rose Helen' Bradley If, Gainesville, Jerome Grymonprez Windsor. Ontario i rma JteI, BEACH
and Albert Vanor Thomas, 22 Gaines Canada; speeding $33; Albert Jackson Five years ago .. former FLORIDA. :

ville.Donna Warren' HerpeM 22, Bradenton, Ft. Lauderdale, .$150 and license Driving suspended While Intoxicated for- Mich. (AP) Although President Harry S. Truman ,.', .", pJ' .
and Bennett Clark Weaver 23, Gaines three months Willie Guard ..
ville. James Kater. no Gov. George W. Rom; dedicated a National "'.. ....
Maria Caligarts. 22 Gainesville laughed off the incident memorial building in Washington. S a 'Partiei
and Gabriel Nuncio Malvetti, 26. ney police 114 HW 13th .FR '-'471Als. Jiot
Gainesville.Ann Hansom Cabs Saturday held a man who In_Ocala I hen d'oeuvres

I Alfred Lois Mueller Jamieson.Jr. 22. 21.DeLand.Detand and marched into Romney's office One year ago .. Fire hoses I BE ON THE ALERT Acres of powder soft

Edward Maude Mann Onnle Tucker.Norman.51 43.Starke.Siarke, and Cause Feud carrying a loaded pistol in his and dogs were used to disperseanti pearl white beach

Ydrah Diane Lamb. If. Gainesville attache case and a folding knifein segregation demonstratorsin Siesta Key Giant Olympic Pool
and ville.Robert Sherman Morgan, 23. Gaines his pocket. Birmingham, Ala.IN -for the exciting, fascinating week-end adventures .f tho

Courtney Walker West. 23, Gainesville. CHICAGO (AP-A carriage Held on a 48-hour psychiatric Ruler of tho JungleTHE GHOST WHO WALKS Nite Club Shows
and Nam Culpeper Dovghtie, 26, Galnes- has filed suit THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR means "s mmer vacation" to Fieri- I
ville. company seeking detainer in Ingham County Jail CUIT COURT. IN AND FOR ALA. diem More every year. No won- Dancing dreaming 'til
Lorfnt Blakely, It Newberry, andean to restrain the city of Chicago CHUA COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA. der. You can't beat our beaches dawn
C Lerenza Eagle if. Newberry- was Charles P. English, 37, Bogota IN CHANCERY. cool breezes good fishing. Leafmg'-
Catherine Syrell Maddox, 22 Gainesville from ticketing its horses. Colombia of Miami CASE No.- the best. So you come along. Or '
and Kenneth Gall Wiggins, 25 The Ye Olde write for brochure (map of Siesta : PHANTOMin Bingo Canasta -
Alachua. Carriage Co. Fla. Police said he has a IN RE: Adoption Lucile Ann Reba"" JJ. Gainesville said ALLEN miner and
in the suit filed in Circuit DEBORAH SUE lion needs. Today I
..,.114 Michael Christopher Bergen 24 history of mental disturbancefor PAMELA KAY STEVENSON minor. 'Round the clock fun
Cainesvllle. Court Friday that the city had which he was once hos NOTICE TO FILE WRITTEN SIESTA KEY CHAMBER OF brilliant Sunday Color
Freddie Lee Hall. U. Hawthorne and, DEFENSETO
Harold William Good. 20. Hawthorne. "undertaken a deliberate, systematic pitalized. : GEORGE VERNON COMMERCE Tempting Shop
and unlawful harass- STEVENSON care ef SntvltyGroves P. o. Bu Jill J Sarasota Florida 10 in the t
English got one step inside Inc. Winter Haven Florid every Sunday starting May Plenty of lively

JAMES' ment of the operation of this Romney's inner office before adoption You are el hereby your miner notified child.that a PAMELA suit for NAME ................................ I attractions; noobyChampionship .
business. State! Police bodyguard Jay Kay STEVENSON has been filed In the II I Golf .

BONDIS The suit alleged that ticketsare Kennedy, 32, grabbed him by above captioned to file your court written and defenses you an reQuIred if- ADDRESS ............................ I &Tt 2zPIk.ttur Far Do Reservations Racing ,. Call. Celled
issued to the drivers of han- the shoulder and yanked him any. to said action or or before May I Howl

q* som cabs when ., 1964 and serve 0 copy upon JOSEPHE. .......... ...... ; Area COde 111 34MI11
they pull up to back. JOHNSTON. JR.. Attorney at Law CITY ...... STATE i iM JACK KR.UO Managing Director
a curb, and that policemen have 29 South Brooksvllle Avenue. Brooks-
Police said English told them ville, Florida. Failure to do M will j
banned the carriages from city he FBI cause a Decree Pro Cenfesso to be entered ------
BACK! was an agent Romneysaid
and cab against you.
and have
of IfM at
English identified himself Dated this 7th day April
tried to shoo them from the Gainesville. Florida.J. .
I as a Florida politician. His B. CARMICHAELClerk Stock Reduction Sale2OTo
streets after
a 11 p.m. driver's license lists English as By Emily Circuit Waterhouse court Oe/rt aN TMIATRI i

a commercial aviator. Deputy Clerk
lfitfk ANYWHERE (Court Seal\ '.1 N _RW.tf.H.M f,S011
"There was no indication that 3241) 4.12, 1*, 26; 5:3 I
Your he planned to harm the gover- NOW! 3 Big Color Hits! I

S SatisfactionAlways nor," said Lt. Raymond H. Mc- Open 6:30 Show 7:20 OFFONMLSPEAKERS
See 2 Late As ,9:45
0 !.Connell, chief of the State Police ....:' ,

Assured intelligence and security .' .: PAUL NEWMAN
division. > .; i ;A";:": : .
Ii Sealed bids will be received by The Cityof
I i THURSDAY e FLORIDA Phone FR 6-2514 Gainesville. Florida at the Utilities R
: Operation Center Auditorium 555 SE
Fifth Avenue, Gainesville Florida up until BBKBM Ati i mmmmmmm _
2:00 P.M. May 21. 1964. at which HARMAN KARDON t
time and place all bids received will be
, JIM WERSHOW publicly opened and read aloud for fur mi SHERWOOD 'e KENWOOD :=
nishing all labor and materials for con- First Run Hit at 9:45
I Any bid received after the specified time STATE and t 1 : i i
and date will not be considered.The .

Pd. Adv. within bidder.ten If consecutive awarded the calendar contract, shall days i ALL TAPE 10% OFF

after written notice being given of such
award, enter Into a written contract with
FOR he Owner, In accordance with the accepted li
bid and give a contract bond satis- i
factory to the Owner In an amount equal)

I VII. PROOF OF THE TRUTH::=! to price.one The hundred cost of per the cent bond of the shall contract be In- b i SOME MERCHANDISE CUSTOMINSTALLATION

cluded proposal.as a part of the Bidders base bid k I

in tAo, rcbB far
(THE SLUSH FUND) No bidder may withdraw his bid for a tfietlat Inet REDUCED
period of thirty days after the date set .
for the opening. Each bid must be submitted
ATTEND THE In strict accordance with the Proposal I
Form fully completed which Proposal I Call 372-e>44q for Appointment Will
Form will be shown In the specifications.
i AS MUCH demonstrate merchandise at your con

All work shalt be clone In accordance JAMES ? AS 40% "
with plans specifications and contract venience.,
documents relative thereto which may }
be examined at the office of Myrl Hanes BOND
Associates, 201 NW Tenth Avenue '
Gainesville, Florida. One set ef such .',\..; lii: I
plans and contract documents and forms ,-.r" -,, "<
for bidding may be secured by General IS 'a Tmy Curtis Dead Marti I
Contractors from this office by depositing
RALLY therewith the sum of Twenty-Five Dol Who Was That Lady? BLACKS AUDIO SERVICE
Ian* ($25.00). This deposit will be refunded BACK! !
upon submission and return of the plans and contract STARTS FRIDAY "
documents In gopd condition on the date FROM RDSSOI WITH L9VE GLENN FORD I II 229 W. UNIV. AVE. PHONE 372-0440
set for opening of the bids. Additionalsets I i
requested for purposes other than Advance To The Rear GAINESVILLE, .FLORIDA
the submission of a bid will be furnished THURSDAY FLORIDA I

MON. 7 P.M.LISTEN at out the refund.actual cost of duplication but with i

Bidder! qualifications must be satisfac
tory to the Owner. SEE IT! THEN READ THE BOOKIt's
TO RADIO STATION WGGGAT The Owner reserves the right t. reltct T
any or all bids. AU About Brides Who Discover a
6:30 P.M. AND 7:00 P.M. MON. NIGHT Mayor
1:00{) 0 Christophers O House Party ; r
Jerry Colonna, singer 6:00 Q Slimnastics y 1
I 3:00 Q CD Loretta
1:15 0 Baseball
Dennis Day, and the singing
I O Sunrise Semester To Tell The Truth i ate:
Pirates Cardinals
vs. .
King's Men add their
Q Continental Classroom
4 1:30 O Movie talents to Disney cartoons f 6:15 Q Sunshine Almanac 3:25 O News I NO--'VU || DOES SOUND Milt'1VL i ,
3:30 0 I
CD You Don't Say UKEHE'S
rJ "Suspicion. telling folk tales about 6:30 O World CivilizationO O Edge Of Night I i5 THIS MR. t3UM5TEAD A. IN A JET
2:00 CD Hootenanny Crsey': Jones, Casey at the Pastor's Study 4:00 Q Match Game I TI-1 HOME OrMR.l3UM5TEAD I fri .

r 3:00 0 CD Tournament of bat, the feuding Martins: 6:3O Sunshine Almanac O Secret Storm I I 3. '-- + 2 k 'f
Champions and the Coys, and Johnny 6:10 B Living Words (color) CD Pope}' 's Pals THE-TESTPIClJT JET 7 i \ I

4:00 O Great Music Appleseed.O 6:50 O Farm And Home 4:25 0 News I ? I ..

i Hans Rosbaud conductsThe :My Favorite :Martian 6:45 D Hi, Neighbor (color) 4:30 0 Burns and AI'-,
Chicago Symphony 8:00 O Ed Sullivan I i O News, Weather O Yogi Bear ,: ;

Orchestra. Pianist John!. Guests include songstress I! 7:00 0 m Today CD Movie H C ;% IIi t 1- .i

4 Browning is soloist. I I Patti Page: comics Bill I, 7:05 O Ranger Hal "Silvaro." I Z j: c -4' : :

o 1u ..y '

;--.__-__ THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker ., 4" ts7 I 3 is+f.. ,',

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1 $SO
..-eAt -.' .. E4o CARRY ME ACR055 THE
.. 2frro tJnrk etmra i I sit around talking about Lyn\see what he has done between The "Cieopatra" interests sue THESHOID! r

WASHINGTON The great,don Johnson" Others report editions. Elizabeth Taylor, but before r. 1hLAY88 c
similar problems. I the mind can relax for a bit
question facing America this] There is always something of
light spring
spring is not, "How does Ljn-; Some people are so alarmed;He has stretched a beagle's Johnson thinking Lyndon
don Johnson keep it up?" but I!about the amount of time the I ears, pioneered a new has pounced all over .

"How long can the rest of us President occupies in their t!teleprompter, jollied a king page one with prophecies of <
just around the
stand it?" I minds that they shut themselves cor
j. !broken the speed limit, danced rI
The problem is poignantly expressed | m.padded rooms and concentrate -,the fox trot, inspired the poor,:ner.It

d} in a letter from a!' on not thniking about made the trains run, charmed) is only a guess, of course I

Washington woman who writes,!(Lyndon, Johnson. They usually -,businessmen, showed the roses but it is doubtful if the average .LII
LxKS AS IF Fr-!1 t J9JTI A F. AT" T WL.S.H;t JSr.e AI 1CAT..6dT Trc: TCAi RLCO. I I I113AVE
'A11 my husband and I can do'' come out of seclusion screaming garden, flown to Chicago, writ conscious American these days S'A' ,-, ?i I SYM : ,tNSN cL. zF:.. A FuLIK3 Al.A as
In the evenings nowadays, is'aiy I i for the latest. papers to ten to Khrushchev, thrown a can go for more than two min .; fo I 15 At EZ'T D cN rutsE' A:2J: a:ECP'4E THAT THE SAM:' ...AN A
- Z %'.E55AE f, aS% AFR'!:A"It: 5K.4L.tAvY ; -r N3 WAS SA/D/ CF T1liRMQFYLAc!
,light switch, granted boons to,utes without thinking of Lvn- i r HiJfo.Tn'' : ss A.D % \-r 1.1:.'; Ca JA'd3 CFF1:5 5 ,-n!; t3ATrt tJL
i ia 6-v, ear-old, tossed out the first don Johnson. Is this really o AfgiwA! STAZ c ii aDCih 'AT WAY A'1jp >T FzGz: 'to j c SaITAIN-

j ball, lobbied a senator, greetedthe good politics? ,-
4 J I aROC s rs... ,i i a.!
z S A R I M A G O T tourists. z:
I 1E t t RABID IRAPENEtIAGE i i When General Eisenhowerwas < = 1 Ili'Ili't t ii iii
NEVER For the first time in anyi president, he often let .-r-/ d \ '3Gai1I
AME SAGE ERN one's memory, we have a;i people go for three or four U k ---

\ ACROSS SURE president who does eve r y.1'I weeks at a stretch without intruding rru&t
SOFA aC3 / /
1. ChiJI. Thorough.fare 5TUDY MAHTt5EELIER thing. There is something. to|[ into their lives. The r ',
temple 29.Zoroastriaaspeeches LIEGE be said for such a president, r voters loved him, perhaps be- e 4i

'j 7.Make scriptures TAI11 DEtlE but there are also drawbacks.In .:cause he let them alone. li -%

12. Conft'-Cfd 31.Portly AGO ROOM MID the past, it was customary '! With his big family President b-- t f
13.Steam pipe 32.Derive PATEN VANITY 'for the burdens of the office to Kennedy was fortunate. k 2
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tI H. Eng.mot ie 33 Ckanse ALIKE ALONE jwear out our presidents. Now There were enough Kennedys

rl"+ 15.Ammonia 35.draught Small RACED SONG we have a president who threatens -making news to guarantee that I I B7)-r-AT, WASA -'t-t-{ if! HOW A E i

[ compound 3,.Twitching to wear out the country. |i everybody would have to think GOOD" I OAK!

i 17.16. Gr Enzyme,hoer 38.Chum SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZILI The question President John: >'4 V I TKiM' <. I .v- i0-AA.i. AT?

19. Fed-bi4 -'I.Prongs DOWN Bengal son should ask himself is whe-ev-ery; .l IUHMANOTI1 = C00ru>:
cckoo 43.Water clerk 1.S.Amer. cotton cloth ther it is altogether healthy for I](I sonalities kept' Kennedy-think ; hoth

20.First YOM ,S.Crowing rodent 7.Medieval everybody to have to think, from becoming tiresome. ON=! SE At DSIi

uIgnature out 2.Feminine money I about a president all the time.I President Johnson seems benton <
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Anneune.mentsS 12 Mole Help Wanted 21 Livestock & Supplies 35 Houses for Sate '. _. .
35 HI um for Sate >. .: i\
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i; WANTED LOTb fOUND UNIVERSITY Fie. Student fo WANT TO KNOW HOW to proper- AVAILABLE MAY 1, room, I 2 3 BR frame house 1 mIle South
: work spare "",e. Room ran t .ry,finish your hogs for market! bath furnished home at 109 NE of Waldo on Rt. 24. $4000. I Phoni44H044 V WANT-AD : .
to constitute tart of com enia'tioft. Then come In and let us explain 3rd St. Win sell on liberal after 4 P.M.V : RtES' ,. .
LOST LIGHT blue ond whit per .'FR 4-3012. S ',' I' how you can do this |eb with terms will trade for duplex 8. V .

_akeet. RlWa," Call FR JS433; $ARBERneeded'" ,Good :t ,CPA Cooperative Mills 40 per pay cash difference, or will rent AIR CONDITIONED : PHe372V :: "
Urgent. Pork ) to reliable! tenant. Ph. IF you like space for entertaining, ,
LOST 2 female AKC reg. German I IV I 1Ceftt [ Maker. Our specIal or writ -' 1'
.opportunity for
t right man. CatI rll. FM) H. G. Box this Is the house for Lg ** '
Shepherds abn.eusr.w.rd. during the month of A Botlinger 277 Starke you : ":
FR 2-449, I
_Phone FR 4-3438 or 4217. I or check no S..; Main Gainesville or Alachua. Phone 944-1881. living area opening onto red *: ferClassified \
,\ City. ..LFV21tS or 4412105 wood enclosed patio. Near LM f 1.
ASSISTANT manager. Restauran CAROL ESTATES 3 BR, 1 bath tlewood and Westwood schools .,
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICI ond Motel experience ,AOt re- 29 Ladleapint-Top-Soil utility room. on large lot across i 3 BR 2 baths ,central he.t Only ,

:V quired. College Graduate. Inter- from Metcalfe Elem. School and dlshwes. disposal built
ested In living In North Fla. close to shopping center. VA selling at FHA appraisal -
LEARN TO DRIVEI Special attentloii :j .mortgage. $500. equity Si I $22,000 DEAD L .NESiw .. .-
0" o' to nervous or elderty .7523M1.For. .appoieJment, f pice.v oy lu !
Easy Way Driving SCheoL Ff write Holiday Inn. Lake City COLEUS exotic colorS, cha monthly. Available immediately down. *2 36th Trr. 6 ,._ : :. : -_ .,: -. .-
treuse red velvet. pinks yel- 1234 NE 19th -
i : _2-7802. Lie.. by State of Fla_____ Fla.P. O. Box 788.: I'[ lows. ruffled browns. 10 cents 4433. Place. Phone 374 4 Tues. thr Fr papers-S ".m. Day before lcatl

HAVE YOU MEN LOOKING FOR FUTURE each Ph 2- *21 after 4 P.M. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD .d go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.For .

C SPECIAL NOTICES$ in the Insurance business Must BY OWNER 3 BR. 1 bath carport Walking distance to IclS 3 .d to I 1 M paper-1 p.m.. Sat.
baths .
1 be between the ages of 25 to 50 30 PETS & SUPPLIES fenced back yard. Assume BR 2 te kyle Q 't > V I -* ;
Heights. Study *
I to quality. Guaranteed starting FHA loan. Equity best offer tr C. (iAaimund 4Unos) t
TRY DIAOAX TABLETS (formerly I salary. Call FR 27147, or FR 1745 NE 21st Place. Ph FR 4- built-in range 0 Cent \ : '

cams Dex-A-Oiet formula )only. New 98 cents.name Ca-. 22153 for Interview FREE kittens I weeks eld. can 2941. heat. Shaded back )ar Cal V ': ,jpAMIuRAus: ; .' .

nova'a Drug store 37 N. Mi If ROUTE man needed at once. Canada FR 4-4339, or see at 2831 N.E. 316 ,
SL Dry Bottling Co. FR 4-5825. 10th St.GERMAN. NW. SECTION WHY PAY RENT I 1 Insertion ... ............................ .34c fine
ANY OF THESE 3 Br. masonry house. parQuet New homes, $ .soo. tile ..... Be line
br 3 Insertions ........ ........... ..
ATTENTION I I SHEPMARD PUP S floors Fla. room and screened bath $45 per month o 6 Insertions ................?.................. 17c line
NlcIt'l I J-Hel Milt Female AKC reg. AH shots. READY TO porch. 2-car carport, large utii E. 45th Also some ........
Shoe Repair 1 Hat Shop, or GO. Shown weekdays after 7p.m. S Insertions ......:.........:..4. ?. 14 ln
tot w. unlv. will close May isw Ity room and work shop. Lovely traen Call FR 2.2 Total charge multiplying total lines x rl...
to an day Sat. and Sun. see yard with pines. azaleas dog CM
Sept. Pick-up an
repair work LAW Professor moving spacious! x number
Don Carney at 3501 NW 18th Ter. wood. Back fence.5MO In- e Irtio

: "GET JUSTICE WITH Cashier-host Cxp.I secretaries,aJ'teopen: SPRINGTIME Is puppy time. English eludes range, refrto., and A.c. 3 bedro', study in, IVi drawers baths,van at

THINGS JUSTISS" White rmnweeper.. $25 wk. Shepherd puppies I> Ame Call FR 22263.LOOKING. tic and storage. sM Negotiate .
As Public Defender for the SIM Bookkeeper salary open lean Shepherd puppies. Call Fit equity. 1t 1043 S Five letter words per line
Waltres. a.
Judicial Circuit Court. The peo- Exp.Exp. mechanics salary comm 2-CC33. N. E. 14th Ave. ; ,

Pie w.nt IIMtIee. R. 6. JUSTUS AKC registered miniature Dactss- SEE this 3 bedroom ,.:.
Store trainee M schL grad. 2 bath FlorIda WEST VILLA ESTATES Same as t .
Gainesville! lawyer Is V best Off. trainee hi schL o rid. hund 4 weeks old male lack room. central heat home Oft 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled 8 Pt. ordinary type t

qualified. JUSTISS will GIVE Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. with brown markings $75. 102f large comer lot near schools. bath wall-to-wall Clrti. central .

Ms talents aM energy to defenc Auto salesman Exp. _N.E. 31st Ave. 372.21"2 -. 906 N.E. 20th Ave. tetin built h e n Same as 3 ln"
the 12
with Pt.
poor no legal
Short men Located on
: JUSTISS NEEDS votes andmoney ':--r.t:. S1CO wk. breed MONTHS of old puppies, cross BUDGET HOME, 3' bedroom, large wed lot with cIrcle oln.,, t
:. Thl |I Bring You Extra Cash to be elected. The people Manchester" Chlhuhue. -V large .
Route salesman Levy Co. Call FR 21754. screen porch fireplace, drive. I & 1.0 balance 4 lines
: NEED ""'tin. WILL YOU tell CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. $350 down, payments like rent $17,388. Equity S 1 18 Pt.ordiniry type
your friends, and send smal 120 SE 1st Ave.* FOR SALE LARGE stock of purebred 1033 NW. 22nd Ave. .taxes $143 per

sum with nome and address to Phono 2761234PLACEMENT Beagle pups. pick from 3 _mo. Phone .n 172.HAZEL .
R. O. Justiss. 11 w. Univ. Ave Labrador puppies. We board SMALL FAMILY* nearly new !2

AM GET Justice with Justus Office. Professional SERVICE dogs./ Jame's Kennel, Rt. 1. bedroom home In nice area, HEIGHTS 24 t D4"r Same at S lines
Paid Adv. Box 7$. Keystone Heights Ph. Reasonable terms. Call for complete T erdlnarytype -
See our 4-bedroom and .
IN GAINESVILLE, Ira GraduatesFor 473-4958. information. Jb
4 College room, 2-bath CCB homes
Rugs ODI'S PHARMACY appt. call 372-4377 DACHSHUND for sale. For more built-in electric- stove and oven.
.. :;- IK Central Plaza, 10-12:01 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Information call FR 4-0439 before ALACHUA Central heat, city utilities
r ; (next to Wlnn-Dlxie Monday through Friday 5pm.SIAMESE Wire for teleIsi and tele The Gainesville Sun will n be responsible for more than one
,-; Guns For prescriptions & cosmetics PERSONNEL CENTER Large completelygrassed. incorrect Ii n be liable fer any err In advertisement -

.... .. : I.D.L, DRUGSTORE 102 NW 2nd Avenue KITTENS pure b re dhealthy ,REALTY Hazel Heights in extent than the cost of space occupied -
and cute. > wks. old. the city with by the Item to the advertisement. No adjustment will
o' -:: Tools FOR SALE: Membership Carol TEACHERS Ask VV for Information Belvedere Azalea Nursery E.rl- sewer Ill, Equipp stop. : be made on errors that d not materially effect the value efI
Estates Swim Club $50 less than on our placement service. Good ton. Fl. 4481241PUREBRED V AssociatesArie low down conventional I the advertisement.
--- : : regular membership cost. Own. positions all over Sou theast. Smith, Realtor Jeyt
.. T _er leaving town. Call 3784459.S Co alley kittens FREE. Mabel Gore Associate ln. on Hor
:.. Boats Teachers Agency. Call west .,. West of
-- ,.. .. tumble, S.C. NW 38th 374-4804 Dr. or after come 4 P.M.by 1'01 435 NE. 1st St. 3762441MOTHER'S St. 31 St by appointmentPhone i The Gllesvil Sun reserves the privilege of revising I re
: laky Sitters Child Care I 236GLYS j which It deems objections! to

--. T ents.: 14-S .. Hal|, Wjit 4 I HAVE one house-broken white ki JOYIMother's I chance the clasifcti of any adertisemet from .1 ordered -
I ten with black spots to GC! ; I cfo policy of
TINY TOT i Phone FR 25500. te JePr.
., Books I Day will be complete THREE Bedrooms, two baths 1rIdylwild
LL. PLAY, SCHOOL' REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Black Labrador puppies best i of H you move her into this BRAND at 3804 S.W. 18th St.

----J.. ..... ;.. blood lines. Fine to hunt or al NEW 3 BR 2 bath home al .--
: ... ... ..-. 'Plants I Visit w aM sea for YOUI'MIf. Hugh Edwards Inc., Gainesville's home. AKC reg. 3725743 after 3449 N.W. U h Ave. Half acre $700. Call 372.53
_____ 10" ,. SE IIfI SI. Fit 6-7106. largest builder has opening for 4V and all day Sat a. Sun. lot. Air conditioned. Elec. Kit. FOUR two baths 35 Houses For Sale 35 Houses for Sale'

PLANNED new salesman. Excellent earning 2 FEMALE toy Silver Poodles;, Family room. Spacious throughout. 'br 1244 SW. I I
"V. : PianosiVf program waits your opportunity for above average AKC registered 10 weeks old. $23,500. Terms will please P.K .re '
: Pro-school 372
youngster at JACK man. Mr. Derman. sates manag Call Peeler. FR 4-7S44 or *eat youJMother's. Rod. 1.0 .IDYLWILD owner leaving town FOR SALE BY OWNER spacleuo
JILL NURSERY SCHOOL er. HUGH EDWARDS. INC., Mcintosh. worries are over. Just anxious to sell at loss. 3 BR, 2 i 3 BR, 2 bath, Fla. Rm, close .o
:.I Stoves Music Drograms, educational 3721551. let the children play In this THREE bedrooms, two baths close V bath Fla. Rm.. extra nice $1500 school. Llttlewood
fllnHtrl"7:65U, Men-FrL MINIATURE Poodle stud service. fenced half acre yard. Spacious to University. 7 S.W. 26th down. 4012 SW 19th St. Calj' $24,500. Reasonable Elt.tes pay
1331 SW. 13th St. FR 4-3900. PART TIME sales route. Average 31 champions hi blood Urn 4 BR 2V baths. Elec. Kit. Street. 1170 Call 3725393. FR .. NW 37th dn Phone
82.11 hour If qualified. Openings 2-9026. I h Te
Cfllld CI,. to Phone FR 21857. Many extras. See at 4147 N.W.34th .
;; my Fenced In Alachua, Archer, Hawthorne FOUR two baths off 372.,57.
St. Owner will sacrifice for bedrs. S
: yard Reasonable! rates. Good t Lake Butler. Phone 3727117. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section
16th Avenue 1501 N.W. 37th Blvens _
Arm 3 bedroom
references. Phene 3723713. quick sale. 3 2 tile baths ho..
-'r. Skates 33 LOTS FOR SALE 3-50 conveniently located at 607 Terrace, 121.0. ,C.I 3725393. built.in bedro.P double carport antique brick. central oil heat
:, KIDDIE KORT WANTED AT ONCE Man or woman NW 1ft" Ave. 3 BR 2 baths. street, connected to .antique brick fireplace builtin
; to supply families with Raw- Designed for real family enov- BLACK Acres.14 S.W. 32nd Street, I sewer.pave down kitchen. Jarge lot 2 ft .

.-4-V;: TrunksJewelry Cflllet carl center FR 9-4447 leigh Products In W. Alachua Co. 118 x 140 lot near site of 194 ment. Large LR with fireplace. extra large three bdr two Days phone After.ymt.t 150 ft. dep 11',5. 3724050
: WOULD like to keep 2 or 3 small or part Gainesville. Many Dealers Parade of Homes on NW 34th Family room. Elec. Kit. Cent bath home. $31,500.. 372.533. .ViM. 364 372.326 for Ie.
children to private home. ph. earn $50 weekly part time Street. Restricted to 1200 Sq. heat, a real buy at $17.500. Extra r
:A_ t:: t 6-99.3. site and up full time. Write Ft home. Outside city limits lot available If desired. SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsIn FIREPLACE I FOR Sale. or trade. New a BR.

.. Rawleigh. Dept. FA E 320 1, REA electricity and natural gas 4-Owner says SELL NOW. Just outside West Hills. 1.0 Call home located In Westmoreland
:Wt. MILD care by day or week preferably Memphis. T.nn. available. PrIce 2250. Ph. 9- City. Shaded half acre lot. 312.53 'separate dining room strip oak Estates. On city sewer paved
': = : 2 or 3 children, by week 1912 Deep well. Sprinkler system. 3 floors. 3 bedrooms IV) baths St 2 Ig bath Rr. family
Bicycles OWN
: :. .. =: : for next 2 year Home with Ig BIG MONEY IN Build YOUR big Owner.LOTS BR. 2 baths Cent. heat. Family FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd large shaded lot red brick con Rm. & living ., dlf'' area
back yard. CIII 372d3O. 302' BUSINESS .o. your room. Carport & utility. Lefs Place. Four bedrooms tw excellent landscaping. Central heet built-in kitchen Including

:: :' ; TVSetsClothing _H.W. 13th SL paying. .house-to-house. steady Income route tor business life LOTS 1 Bl. from campus, near talk over price & terms. baths. $3. Call 372.539X strti down-Shown BY APPOINTMENT dishwasher 2 courtyards

\ RELIABLE sitter wishes to care 250 finest quality Unlv. P. O. Large lots over only drive walk to schools close to
with b
for Infants or small children in over AND HOME NEEDS. looking Lake Wauberg. Magnl UNIVERSITYREALTY A BUY In Holly Forest, 3905 S.W. last 630 NE 10th for an U of F ft medical center FHA
::.7' '. her home. Reasonable. Call FR Beautiful packages fast sellers. flcent view. 2nd Avenue. Three brooms, of the value offered at S14. 170 Down payment 11.0
._ '.3.,,. Guaranteed. Start ethers selling MARY MOELLER two baths. $1',0 Call 3.531 750. Then p F R 6-2 72.WARNER occupancy. b
WESEMAN 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call
: advance to Distributor. Write 1019 West Unlv. FR 4'447
,, Cameras Old 97 16TH Avenue Extensi Three i i.cre Realtor Brothers 3729545 .daily l 31'-
Employment your plans experience. BY OWNER 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 and two 1113 N. Main St. V '* night. V "
Fla. bedro
N, Tampa
Company, Dept. BEAUTIFUL wooded tot. 900 blockof W. M. Munroe Realtor home guest .

: ; ; Antiques 33405. N.W. 22nd Street. 110 x55', Assoe. S. E. MeLaughlln, Frank Ro- house. Call 3725393. BY OWNER attractive 4 BR, 2
| MAKE MONEY Also lot In Gwynn Oaks JOO-x- bY Roy McCann, T. C. DouglasJr. $0.0. SMITH j.w.V bath, lovely yard planted In
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED DURING YOUR, SPARE TIME isr with view and privilege pies & azaleas. Air cent
-- '' : :;* Furniture Show our new Spring line of Ad- of Clear Lake 374-5109. Realtor Multiple Listing KIRKPATRICKHANDSOME dbl. Utll. rm. a.cO. Clubmembership.
: vertUir Specialties, Bust ness FOR only $450 down $9127 per Assolite Ben Griffin Walking distance
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Gifts, Calendars, etc., to busIness month payments, you can qualify Hinso Florence Burns. to Metcalfe I. .
: i: : Livestock Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating firms in your area. We'rea 34 Waterfront Property for 4 BR 2 bath home 1806 traditional residence; 2832 NE 11th Ter.Harc. 11
: famous Studio Girl small town. low pressure firm, NW 38th Terr.' Will paint inside 1228 W. University Avenue 372.5 one of the most beautiful in If no answer FR FR2.
Cosmetics. & outside Gainesville. Space design custom 2.57.
Full or Part Time. with 55 years experience completely. For appt.to
r Phone 374-4334 after .. rated This workIs see call 372-0431. details and special quality ;3 BEDROOM CBS home in New.
: L1 Diamonds. in this area. to mature WINFRED H. CRAWFORD COMING I throughout for the discriminating berry on nicely landscaped aero

"SARAH COVENTRY' particularly suited Reg. Broker, specallzing In BY THE OWNER in Idylewllde, 2 buyer.SLGHTLY lot. Reasonable don Nymen.
people. Work to suit your own PROPERTIESACRE.. BR CCB house tile bath, family Terms to suit. .
\ UNDER new management. Open and LAKE suburban. Several I most $ E.
: f/:. Fish, Poles convenience and develop ef Melrose, Call 372-1001 after Sapp. Realtor.
ings for fashion directors. Part control your own business. No AGE. 3' miles No. room. VILLAGE three bedro to Newberry. Fla
time or full time. For appointment GR 5-2981. 5:30 P.M. bath e a c
Investment collections hses. 3 BEDROOMS 2 bath, built m
' : V : Used Cars call 372-7049. quotas '. or reports. Easily LAKE Place for sale. call FR 2- ARMY Officer transferred. must ro well, kept lot from and kitchen, rugs end drapes pall
: COOKEX'EItIENCE developed Into a full time business 4414 after 5pm. sell, 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. GREEN paved$15,000.street.to range Call FR 44821.

\ helpful but not with long range security.full BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwanne In N. W. Near School. $15.500. SUMMER pl.I 1.0.On Cowpen 3 BR Fla. Rm., Carol Estates.
Auto TiresAquariums For
.. I necessary. Will train. 'Age ?S V toIL Bonus arrangeent.write Harold Lufkin. River at Rock Bluff. Call 37<- Negotiate equity. FR 25043. VILLAGE lake. turnlse two bro$8-. near Metcalfe <. Howard Bishop.
Pleasant working conditions. particulars 4140. Pay equity & assume VA lean
.. Newton Mfg. Co. FLORIDA PARK 3 BR, with
37$ -
: Kitchen closes 9pm. Apply I to Dept able three bedroom, deluxekitche with $77.94 mo. payments; Phone
\ : > Newton. Iowa 50208. COWPEN LAKE-nicely paneled Den which may be used 3740539.SACRIFICE.
AM. lot. $18-
only. extra
Carmanellas deep
2 b.r. A/C home. ExceptIonal as 4th BR Living room; DinIng GREEN .
W. Univ. Av,. Serena,
COUNTY AGENTSFOR frontage. $8,800. Terms. room; Florida room; 2 full exceptoal $2400 $700
: : 1 Row Boats WHITE LADY for, 24 hour period tiled Baths; Kitchen with built- residence and cash. Total cost ry.fo IM27..
: lake frontage
-: weekly to cue for elderly lady ALACHUA COUNTY LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry V Ins; Carport; Utility Room and LLAGE Is. 335 Modem 3 BR, IV* bath home.

':. J net bedfast. give references. needed to follow up tremendous home; elegantly furnished; I Storage Area; Paved Patio 125.50.EXCELLENT selection of lovely Near school Refrig, elec.
f'" Golf Clubs Apply Box 40 .A Gainesville Sun. number of in- dream come true at 010.500.00.ASKI .V Hardwood floors; Central heal In restrictedarea. range air cond. and drapes.
and GREEN lots: Over an acre No qualifying 1432 NE 14th
About these and lake lots.! air-conditioning; Walking distance Ter.
HELP turn your spare time into guinea for the famous International ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR V of Finley and Galnesvlllt good for split level. house., Phone 31608.UNIVERSIY .
money. No soliciting or deliver. hospital plan High Schools. Owned free and $7.500 In Westood Little-
TypewritersMotorcycles ing. Adjust your own working Phone 374-5707 ANYTIME. clear financ VILLAGE wood area HEIGHT Near
hrs. For offered by InternationalLife ; arrange your own Small closein. 8. the
appointment call. FOR SALE air-conditioned, gel Ing. 111 N. W. llth Road. FR $4,500 acreage Hosl.
372-7049 Insurance Co. Theseare heat. completely furnished 2 21053. $9,900: many others In all Unlv. 3 BR LR, &. Fla.

bonafide leads developed bedroom house on Cewpen lake. GREEN areas., Rm. Separate garage apt in
'ART. time sales girls 30 hours 22 miles East of GalnesvllU: NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 J. W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor rear. Apt. turn. House rtl.l.
Used TrucksRefrigerators _w'ak. ,Apply lies N. Main St. through national ad- Price $8,800 $2,500 down balance bath Central heat, central all turn. $20.000. Apply lox ,
vertising. We offer no incentive monthly. Apply box 408, cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call VILLAGE Member Multiple Listing c-o Gainesville Sun.

I BE A FASHION prizes or gifts to. Gainesville Sun. 374-2927. :31 N. Main Phone-FR 2 BEST BUY In buying qualities andhome

SHOW DIRECTORNO people answering our ad. ON THE GULF FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 ASSOCIATES: pfenning for the dollar.
delivering or collecting c.rneu..ry. features bath. Ig Fla. rm. Ig. utility GREEN Floye Mathlasen Iren Bimnell NW section beyond city limits.
Connie Robbins. FR Our plans offer latest Cedar Key Shores area, separate living rm., din- A W. Reece. Capt. Ret. Young executive preferred are

Baby Buggies 4-1941 after ':30 ".m. available such as Ing rn,, kitchen, wall-to-wall 3 bro 2 bath u s
I NEED AN ASSISTANT guaranteed renewables for & Other Properties carpeting In living rm., glass VILLAGE V Entrance spae separate

Distributing director for nation life Available .to all ageQf.oUpss David AndrewsCedar sliding door leading to 16' x 24' LAKE FRONT dining room dlsllw.s
Electric Motors ally known manufacturing & patio fenced-In back yard. 1325 or. Worflyour; tim to.a
benefits payable GREEN ,- Wlmberty 39th
Key. 3 841 NE 12th Ter. $19,500
ales corp. Will train" right women Estate i \
anywhere home. office or ____ Ave. Farm for position of responsibility. AT CRESCENT BEACH MASON MANORIf V
Machinery also offer
Earning while learning around hospital etc. We 4W from Ocean. 100 Ft. or you art looking for a qualItyhome VILLAGE McKINNEYGREEN V
; S40I to of life salary. & and want to live In homo .
monthly. Promotion su all forms A l-A, running 75to River. a For the discriminating buyer
Store Equipment t:7':1: capacity can be made group Insurance. We pay Priced to sell. William E. VaNoardt. choice and quiet neighborhood that wants the advantages of
months. Car necessary. Next to Crescent Beat this Is the location. 3 BR. 2 ban GREEN tt country and the COIIvtnces
For apt. call Mn. Bennie Ray highest I commissionswith Bridge. Phone 824-3030 Code 305 central heat terrazzo floors the city this Is ; DEATONREALTORS
"Johnnie. Turner 10 A.M. to an advance contract beautifully shaded tot. The price Custom designed and built
: ; lnfant's.ClothingSewing: I P.M. MIA Wed. <. FrL no 10% first year renewals ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE GENEVA Is most realistic. Cheek this VILLAGEGREEN y.th large wooded lot over ,
1- other time. 374-1410. among beautiful trees home before you buy. Call FR the water you will love
Machines (paid monthly) This is 2 BR stucco Home. large livln 2-7541 Drive by 2620 N.W. 10th loin th spacious living
< SALES PEOPLE the best deal for making room with fireplace sumrn r Avenue. room with roomy kit JUST IDEALYou

Immediate opening" for full money in the industry. No sleeping room. lot 200 x 144 chen fiep.e refrigerator must see this attractive homo '
Office time experienced sales people. $10,000 to settle an estate. Mai; MAKE OFFER! dish washer and deep that Is ideally located to the Northeast V
Equipment Permanent position with all previous experience necessary offer. WE are leaving Florida and must' VILLAGE freezer, separate dining r 4 that have.lust listed before .

ompleyo benefits. Apply Wilson's as we give you complete sell our beautiful 4 BR home lovely bedrooms, 2Vt you w, Bedroom Living a.
Movie Department Store. training. Aptitude LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. furnished built less V than 2 yrs. ago. If a 12x45 screened b. and Florida room >
Equipment GENERAL OFFICE test (not I. Q.) will be borne ;3 BR.' guest house you are looking for a luxury GREEN The 2098 fro ft ef living prc Built-in: Range and oven .'Cedar
garage utility roam, dock 2tO home loAded with features and U centrally heated and air conditioned lined closets Attic fan -
Furniture Must bo able to typo and operate given. Phone Marvin many tr.... Slt. OO. not in a development, come see< by 3 A-C units. An added crater '_ f"rl

Nursery adding machine. Same kiesz, Jacksonville 398- this one. Terms to suit buyer. VILLAGE feature is th Universitytested Fenced ls' .,loose
knowledge bookkeeping help Ylr
Turn left off Newberry Rd. onto 1* man shelter.
9819 for evaluation Inter- l 1448
Materials ful. Apply Wilson's DepartmentStore. I LAKE CHIPCO tot 100 X 250 1 11 97th St. m NW Sth St. cated lust outside the city L pir. f.. .. .FH.
GREEN V li ,
Building view. C.I
Interaction city water TOO i 0 f BARGAIN! Only $300 Down Ho( Its this Is an eceptlon.1 !
WANTED experienced Legal Secretary hwy. No. 20. Price SU50. CALL US NOW FOR DETAILS '
Qu.llfylngl 3 BR 2 Bath" Central fUL
t Outboard Motors to begin work on or before 17 Work Wanted Male heat and central air condltloning VILLAGE QUALITY '

June 1. Salary commensurate JAMES H. MCEACHERN built In kitchen. Lot 100 Top N. W. I.tlo. 4 B. 1..3 bath
with experience and abili Realtor x 100 trees and roses in yard. I you are looking for a fine INCOME homo,' cled x ..The"V
Sports Equipment ty. Fringe benefits. Blue, Cross YOUNG man wants part time Keystone Hts. 473-41( Needs some painting. $10133 GREEN PROPERTY call us to living dining room t Florida
& Blue Shield. Fer Interview con. work on Saturday and Sunday. FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann. E.s: t "'0. with homestead exemption. see this 3 bedroom homo with extraordinary. Air
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. 21 years old. Very dependable. of Hawthorne. Restricted area 1904 NW 3Sth Dr. Phone 2-954 an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both conditioned year. around com-

J Vacuum Cleaners Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. Call FR 17747.COMPLETE V Call 374-2428 for information. days 4-9048 nights. VILLAGE completely furl"e and only fort. Cannotbe. duplicated at lh.
REMODELING lob $13,300 Apt. for 17'.0 asking price: For complete
LPN 2 or 3 Shifts Per Week. carpentry, and block laying. DESIRABLE lake property. 1(& BY OWNER. SW. Area. 3 Bed per month. nation call 3723417. '
lake with shell house room, 2 bath home central heat
Equipment Gainesville Nursing Center Call 4429440. Allet"'.. Fla. GREEN
Fishing Contact Mrs. McCall 750 Mlcklt,r hardwood floors. 2-car garage REDUCED Beautiful lot In
CLAIMS secretary wanted age CARPENTER WORK wanted AlSO I Rd. Jacksonville. 'Fla 32211. Lot 105 X 127. $800 down. $97 per Black Acres near UniversityGolf CLOSE TSCHOLS

Washing Machines 18 to 35. Neat. toM typist, able capable of supervising an/ typeof I LOT- on Ceeeer Lake Price $99 month. 154 S.W. 40th St. or eel VILLAGE Course now only 13,20

to meet the public i day week. construction. Call Hewberry Terms. $24 down, $11 monthly!; FR 22727.

Call 372-0597. a to S pm. 472494 V Phone FR 4-0848. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 JOHN MERRILL B. R. 2 bath home

Heating Equipment STENOGRAPHERHigh bath Ig. Fla. rrru, Ig. utility GREEN with central heat. Monthly charges

School Graduate with ability 18 Schools( fir Instructions area, separate living rm.. din.hag REALTOR S'.O which includes taxes .a

and take dictation. 35 Houses for SaleIF rm., kitchen wall to will Call FR 3-3417.
to typo woN
carpeting living rm. glass
Excellent salary i day week. V V
sliding door leading to x 24'S PHONE '
Inter 3-14.
benefits. Dally
views Excellent. C to 4 p.m. TRAIN FOR YOU ARE LOOKING for ttprivacy patio fenced-ln back yard. .1325 ASSIATES J. 'Fr Guy' Jly ButterworthCol. .
Camping Equipment SPERRYELECTRONIC CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS of a country home, ye>I NE 12m Terr. $1400.DISCOVER GREEN Dv J.WUtshirsv

J TUBE desire convenience to the cit V and buy now this V W. H. BUCKHANNAN V Mli, LiI
center a n ,4
We Men and Women. park shopping new home under construction
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's DIVISIONSFERRYRAND prepare schools this 4-room bride: horn S
Covered court entrance. 3 BR
Ages 18-55. No experience neces
at 30* N. E. 13th Avon THE
I sary. Grammar school educatIon 2 bath, paneled family rrru
V a iVi acre wooded lot mipe V place air conditioned. All of the FUN
CORP.GAINESVILLE usually sufficient. .Permanent
( PlaythingsElectrical FLORIDA lobs. No layoffs. Short hours lust what you are seekbv p. quality and personal workLloyd et I
At $1X000. I will take cash or S Myrick home. Again' offered .
High My. Advancement Send
V EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, home Phone second mortgage for $2,030 equ to Wfenberiy Estates of
name. oddness
,Appliances EMPLOYMENTAVON number and time home. Wrlti ty. If Interested call 374-2354 i NW 9tth Ave. Phone 372-5&M.
CALLING ter 5 or en Saturday or Sunda
Marcel Co. Box 38S-A c/o Gainesville .:
4 Bedroom, 3 full baths in Libby
Dogs Cats Parakeets Women who want to be successful Sun. ills N.W. llth Road 4 B.R. i c I? Heights. This home has over 2..
and 'earn food money h their optional 3 BR. with paneled deL
tot 300 sq. ft. of living space. alt
spare ttma.- Money back guarantee MEN i. women 18 to SI to tram dir
I shaped livtos room a. conditioned. dishwasher a" d
,', makes Avon Cosmetics very CIVIL SERVICE ang room. family room. 2.fu VII many other extras. It you need
much to demand and easy to Examinations. For Information tiled baths V kitchen with buiitdishwe -.'a plenty of living area check this

s IL For 'Interview ,catt, .Mrs. send name address 4 Phone No .her. stove end a v e I a. one. Will consider trade. For hi SUN
i tturna H 2--M1. Key Training Service. 112 W. carport utility room and store a formation can THE JAMES CO.

Adams St.,. Jacksonville. area. Paved patio central he..It OF GAINESVILLE INC. BuiM NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
12 MI l* IaIp. : w..te and air conditloAiiis. Walk i ntffstanc a ers of Klngsbury Homes Phone
\ ,Nothing will sell it faster Real Estate ExamCOURSE' H FMey end GHS. Fe It _3722527 nights 473-740U
WANTED Me guard thru Labor Inspection can FR 2-1053.
"- 3 Bedrooms. IV* bath, built In kitchen BOATS MOTORS
free to live -
who Is on
Day premises work ATTEND First lessen free. FOR SALE by, owner modem 3 on a well shaded lot. Mtobnum t BOATS MOTORS OUTDOOR 1ECREATIOH
ond other
can do
: COLLEGE: f Estate 6
I HOWELL'S BUSINESS bedroom house In Carol :0. down payment. FrtA low V
O t : wtnno5 on duty. FR 4-3012.__ COLLEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave unfurnished. A
\ furnished or monthty payments. This norm WHO WOULD LIKE THE 24" GRILLS
.. ARCHITECT or senior draftsman.pennsneN FR. 4-3507 372-3727. sumo Gi loan or refinance. Be:it lias strip hardwood floors. For 76
HUNTER Ftborgu** Plywood
,. Call 3744414.3JCO 1 !Mi ..
offer. N
: posIHoA salary openBox MEN WOMEN AGE 1035WAN1EDPMMEDIATELY Information call WE JAMES! Boat by FRANK $49 819.99
? 0. Lake City. Fla. Jt SQ. FL 4 or S bodrwxn horn; CO. OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Intre GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES

than theGAINESVILLE WANTED route man tor established TO TRAIN FOR) 3 months old. Fenced yard. a-c: Builders of Kingsbury Homes. EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL. THE TACKLE BOX H Main 373-333?

dry cleaning route. 0. F.V CIVIL SERVICE NW. location. X ,*s. fro 5' _Phone 372-2527, Nights 372-7491. CHARGEFRANK n

Stock. 4 S. Main St. Offering schools. FR 2-441. 3 Bfc. one ,bath CCB home to N: V Heart O East Gainesville -

good "1. security. For Infor. .;; E. Central heat air condition-. 'S ]Che O.rl <
LR. walk-
SHEET metal man who knows 3BR.. 2 baths .. PHIL w LIst Classifications choose
local 'Interview wiN I e". storage roenv screened patK FR t
I l reef & owner work. Apply 7.0 mltieno. \ closets: eishweshor, Sm. don I' SPORT 2-1' o
FR 458W.NW
A-M. 2314 NE 19th Dr. American Service Box 411-M CH payment.' VA ml** Swim po 31 landscaped. V Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from

\ wth built.: Gainesville Sun. privileges; 374-1583 after S. SSCTION tar sets er rent !1 I Fishing lot' VI *
ROOFERS. experienced CCI I COUNTY"
afad4bedroem,2 V
SUN up"tit, apply DrM. ?:M ,AJKU; 2314 NC U. S. CIVIL sERvI TESTS! OWNER VA financed.transferred., 2. yrs.3 old.BR hous$5;;sa home. City water appomtmenl lights a*I. "Where Quality Sells! ItaetT ONLY DEALER SUlng Swlil
V of $12 sewers. Shown
Cosh. Take tilt payments JOHNSNFR7 Fishing Equipment.
l..si 'St.rt Ph. _Phone Fit 1-324. :W. 14th Ave
Men-women high a per mo. 372 3243.FHA SEA

FORMERLY. nw under Ktmna'iCtranvJtStudio new manago> .altl.OO J-a Vw..k. Preoaralorwm r House for sate NE sect- FINLEY: AREA 4 BR. 3 tatfc, CCIhome. I ,o fR ,H 4 *.. HOS SERVICE S.fl _

V trllftIIW- opooWwL. Tim value of tft.8< ig. wooood W. soocloviII. I Mon Thru J-l p.nv SaL, IAM Star Orlando Clipper V .
appraisal St
V V eade edS5V '..... Exiedouleusually at _FM-T-V rotator Chen V 3744434WESTMORELAND : Fr $oats. Ski ng*. Golfing Equipment.TsMis .
> low -
:: S3M down payment mIyoaym.nts3SR.baTh.ca '. "t"i V .
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FREE inV V ?
5 unnecessary. r. 3 6R. 2 bath' '-. ,- %
formation V aj.) IO I.. salaries nQuiromentv C .port/ largo* stor.... Call of Or to. Utchan. ..... range 4 V 601 MAIN } Eojulpmont_ V
Wrlto--TOOAY ely
as : III ,.oM. FR 4-4774 .. dink. room. HHying S .S V
: : even. .'
.. ADS JER.Rfc'S CERAMICS Wfl Ktfflt. ...l"W. W, phone perqutf floors, cer .I
-.1 WANT roan> 1 t
Uncoot Sorvkfc Box. 3974A. C4Sun ) SALE, TRADE. RENT. Funv U V .
; MMtrvctione Greemrv* 3 F.... BroakfiRm. trot heat, dovtto carport SWIMMING ,fOOtt FWurHw ..
: Finished PIeces by RequtstK3 Ga"-" "" fur* RR. *m. center let. SOT NW aorh or. ': Sun 1 '
fine location. 7 23 .
:" NW 4* tt. Ooon to. 1Monday garage Terr. TIRH.! wa At .
; 12 Social Services N. 7th 3724223 Beam I' 3034 HE 4TH .. 0 -
thrv Fridoy. NEAR parochial and IIUt.c..IIL BE CAREFREE ;many many I.
\ COMFORTABLE shopcing center '
= ===' MUSIC LESSORS piano and JUgen. V. rooms and 2 baths central Pica \ 0S "
Wilt take beginning on screened porch and tarsal churches etc. 3 bedrooms 041 EWB ad-aaJttr .. 7V' ." ;. .. --..
'I FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY advance students. Enioy week- Ideal neighborhood M I? ftoon. Urge sun room. a M eroom Get Results :. d. Service ..Inc.Supplies .' m".
room. foe only' $400 down avABBC .P T .. 1
Ing whiP latontod young beglnnenTeachfcg schools and shoootna, MI N.I total payment Pi M1 cleaning \; -_ .". :
: studio located cenvoientty service .
I CALL 34th Drive $1SWO. -
; Vr' ;on iMv. Ave. Call Not! Raton ReaD of PRS.2473W. I pi2ssI65060 a.7 ,*UYDDBBY

; For tsf .quality ,ttrarkmamki. ,cy'. MtArttmr. FR. 3-fl3 afterM S 'FDSSEY V REALTOR. WESEMAN I VV I _.

: "* *.. ; 11 W. University Ave. Ph 374-1 35 St. '
Main .
: 1113 N. '. '-\ : "
1 : 172.6142 U 'S.lIln Florida Since 190 4 ': 1
:: ; -21 lr -S.. 1110 NW 4TH ST. ;
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f MORE FOR-THE MONEY. 3 BusIness pgteotlaj with homo o your
376-4672' .UFHOLJTWYMM v-c.: I. ..d ttJ'I F ., te. ftR. I' bath. panenod Ltlreptece a. J.,- tocomo while you watt. Pric e MR

: V .... .. Sf.: .' 'had mother mIlk from.* to 1 a V attached t.ra t*_ hf N MM. Ph FR 41472WARNER in Sun sec/ion. PHOiV 3724441 -

,V V ..... ailttllu... ..., If ... days, weanod n\l* end beef tyjyoorOngs. a lor.. WelL Lg. fenced con C, W. WESEMAN n th n. }
: lot. Near Sttphea-........ SI 1.REALTOR :
., ......._ .. .' M. P. Parrish, AitthiIty I.
Flo. 429-2315. 500. $4M d.p- FR 2-885U 1113 N. Main St.
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: .. I I S40 Month, new CB home large I STUDENT .sacrificing 2 bedroom ',i $3S dit. S&S ire. $10,400.. 3 BR, S ACREAGE :' .FOR RENT duplex apt. tumiihed 1 and bedroom furnished apartments 2 BEDROOM. large lIving room

101.- Low down payment.300 S.E. CCB home. Partly furnished. Including CCB patio range, no closing. 20 acres paved rd. W. .ef CalnesVyie. BR dintna rm.. kitchen, living some air conditioned. kitchen equipped. Couple pro
i FR 245 or FR 2-1715. fttaffed. rm., 417 NE 5th 'Ave. No pets. ferred. Ne children er pet
.CUt St. FR 2-46n. appl. and washing Summer rates. near university
:.THE TIME IS NOW 10 minutes from Univ.. few 'HOUSE, 3. Bedroom SE. section MARY MOELLER Air .condition.. 'U' Phone FR '- and Medical Center. tie S. W. Phone FR 2-4157.

: I BEDROOM. 2 bath Fiorioa.2 blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. low down, low monthly payment '1111' West Univ. FR _*on I 7005. Ttti Ave.. Phone FR' 4-3442 or FR TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen
Urge utility car '
room room SJ.SOO 4117 N.W. liSts St. FR J4635. narXood; floors full tile bath. e-26 4. equipped. W5 per month
NW lo
carport Lot 100 x 175. I WIU. PAY YOUR LIGHT AND
After 5.50NEW Call FR4-003. See at 4144 NW th St.
J cation. Near elementary sctlool.f 43 Celereat Preeerty: WATER DEPOSIT on 1204 NW LARGE bedroom furnished apt.
L. .
: .. FR 4-346t. HOUSE FOR, RENT OR SALE.unfunslshed,13 1 .. 23rd Blvd if rented immediately. Conveniently located 2 blocks UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms
BRICK BR 1 bath, carport '1 bedroom-ground floor furnished living kitchen
POrYOJ A < HOMES FOR SALe from downtown. Suitable for 2 room :
: Have. R60m"pa.rt. i newly decorated :block r *.. V-3:Bedreoms, SE :l4tts $ta.. immedIate occupancy. S75 to 4 students saD month. Call tath. 41V miles from downtown
MCONVENTIONAL MODELSOPEN house. Adults. MS monthly. : Or Houseto Rent? Dark on premises otter 12 P.M.. .ment. sense wpaJI:: down. pay .. 1113 N. Main St. month. Call FR 2341 until S
Til r I
: I a.m. Sunday. Apr. 76. 1,44 to .5hcw meft:. /Aefittity paytrfwit. JS7 te AIRONDIT1ONEDapartment.,. 1 FR 224U after ,5. Saturday am
FEATURES : property. 3045 NW 2H* Rd_, eH i liS.. Aha homes built en your: 1 BR. furnished apt, tater fur bedroom end patio with .cook- Sun. .
: NW 13th St.. .I .tot tOt. n* *tnm Mvmertt.CatI I nished. 412 NW 12th Tedr.. '$40 out. Near Medical Center and
Fireplaces : ?OMMV-RIDGEU. ...,.1'1\0. Call 316-2641'.1' 374-230 Univ. Call FR 2-344 or 4-43-59. TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately
V.REMEMBER New listing. La. corner lot. SW. Screened porches 3 BEDROOM CCB house H N.E. I Ir ask for Mr. Haynes. ; lower level ef uplexi
&uH/J@- -Ptene F1l1S
-A rental vacancy COSTS 3 BIU 2 baih. CS. dbl. garage Custom kitchen cabinets section stove end refrlg., many r : NICELY furnished convenient stove end refrlg., situate
FI!.. room central! heat, 2MO Oversized bathrooms oak trees' low down payment: ; i FURNISHED ,Apartment for rent downtown area. $75. Also garage about 3 blks. off campus. 110.
YOU ; will II sc!. ft. living area. JJMXOOO. Immediate Plus many other custom and low monthly payment. Call 44. CettJfjes. .,. ten Vkltti living Rm.. bedroom, tile apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults NW 4th Ave. sal per. ire. Phone
: -MORE' than' the. ad that rent occupancy. Call Mary features !R 2-4002 : I I Nth alr-tood. U 2 bedroom only ne pets. Inquire Lillian's FR 4-5871.
Muller, 1 2 BR trailer fer rent,1 ceuid Apt. FR 2i". Music Store.PRIVATE .
.:. '. VA &'FHATERMS 37 Real Estate bcha..e.SELL be- moved; en yeur lot. ;Phone: 1 1 redecorated.BR, duplex, 150 bItch equip. N".Ally*

it-! '!SPACE & BEAUTY 376-114.4. .. 3. ROOM furnished apt. nice & newly painted, Closeal':1S only. 21 NE nth month.SU FR Couple 1- J74
or IrMe for farm land In i clean. For. married couples on in, end bath. Hot and i
SMALL -furnished trailer '
\ A lovely 3 Br. 2 bath home N.E. Atachua County. 3 Bedroom, spacious for rent. Suitable cottage for : ly. Adults, ne pets. Rent reasonable. : furnished. Off street 2 bedroom unfurnished apt.., kitchen
I near schools, Ig. screened porch, house. Quiet neighborhood. couple. Moore's TrailerCourt working, Call 374-7W4. parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd equipped, toil N.W. 4??
He'rehat your Vacancy COSTS YOU low down P'YITI'09.00. mo. Waikmg distance to elementary & Close to University. FR 2-CTT2. 2330 E. .UnIy.-Ave.. Phone 374-: Place. Ave. Call F R 2I3IB.
Inc. Escrow Call Mary Moeller. Jr. High Schools: Shopping S> .. i EAST SIDE
$144: UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom dv
Churches. WANTED: Approximately 40 I II CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close
EVER DA'i' until; its rented : Hugh Edwards, Inc acres, clear or wooded, with er 2 BR trailer with 4argecabana.Ne GARDENAPARTMENTS to shopping, 609 N.E. otis St. plex. 2207 SE 4Jth. Ter. $50 per
SUBURBAN month. FR 2237
i without buildings, preferably en I $65 month.CLEAN
FR 21391.
: N E. Uth Ave I 15th. St. I I pets. 2837 SW Archer Rd. : Phone per
paved read 15 to :35 miles Northor '
CB 3 Br. 3 acres of land, flood 372-1551 FR 2-5433. ;
and neat near campus
West of Gainesville. 47 Houses for Rent
financing, $12.600. Call Mary : and shopping, otis bedroom; prefer -
JF.RENP5': YOURLOSSPE DAY IS: TO TRADE for our ".COO equityin AB t57 Jar -month 1111Gainesville's
I Moeller. Redfranks 3 bedroom concrete block 45 .Fumshtel **> married tenants. Call any

tome: lakefront, fenced, sprinkler Finest time. 2 BR, 732 NW 23rd Blvd. fT5 pe
$40-perm& '$1.33 per day INVESTMENT system, double carport,' garage unfurnished Ralph FOSSEY Realtor mOo Call McKlnnty Cret.x Ire
: 2 BR trailer, S 45. sImmmgpool. Furnished or
'Realestate awnings 2040 concrete I x 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 374-135 FR 23617.
U.F. Call 372-1347 : Lovely t and 2 bedroom apart
Income prep near campusfor L ewn llp. "Setting Florida Since 1904"
-$50'perimo' .. .. $l.66per day sale or lease, land suitablefor patio, large screened porch, fruit : ment. SOt NE Wi St. Phone 374- ONE 3 BR. house, furnished, (40
.. small shops. Owner will build I and shade trees walking distance i. 1 BR furnished garage apt. Couples ,&01. I 2 Bedroom trailer for rent. Sheffield per mo. Water IncIUd: Call
CHARACTER -Not 'lust another to school church, shopping enty. No children er pets. Trailer Park. Phone FR 4J5-2M2 Crocker Fla.
$55:'per:'mo. -. $1.83 J per day to suit tenant. Investigate. Call house! Large sunken living center. M. per montn mortgage : FR 2fr4' Very cttan. nicely furnished 1 ted- "'573.
; '.. V .. > f t" I Mary Moe'ler.MARY! room with fireplace HOLLYWOOD,_ Brew- room apartment. Tile bath. $65. 25R house fr 1 BR house.' '
t -' modern ard County Florida. Owner I FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished 733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-OU4 or NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM mile past Stengel Field on HWY
large dining area
'$60''pr'ma. > ... :.. -2.00 per day built in kitchen wIt h Paul. Muller, 4201 SW 31st Drive, apartment. Clean end cool. $60 FR 2-549, Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. DUPLEX APARTMENT 24. For Information calf 374-147
I Hollywood. Phone '&4407. Giveer motWlter fumtehed. Call Nicest In town. Good location:
sink. 3
stainless steel BEAUTIFUL NEW 1 bedroom ON LAKE GENEVA
2 bedroom
Ronnie FR 2-471
j Hayward er on bus line. Couples only. No
$6', per mo.... .... $2..16. per day I. large bedrooms 2 baths. take cash difference. FR -134-- air conditioned. 17U 'N.W. 3rd pets. ., large Florida room, month er
. Central heat & AIRCON- Avt. J99 a month, I Mathewson C II
.t.i ,. > '. : couple pre $40 Month year. Manor. a
fii ", I MOELLER O IT ION ING for summer 3S Xtal; Cmte Waited : ONE bedroom furnished Apt. eemptetety fe"". Call after. 5 ,.m.. 372-6243. Ave. 4752911.
NE sIts
$70'per : .. .,-$2,33per,day months ahead. Alt this and i private close In town efWaldo. Apply 14
.r more situated en '* acre I Couple enty/ Call <**. I lit, I2J4VJ KW 1m St. $65 per AIR-CONDITIONED. 1 bedroom. :
: I wooded lot in one ofGarsesville'S WANT TO BUY 7CTS- Waldo. mo. Call McKlnney-Green Inc. twin beds, Danish modem fur !
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: $75. $2.50"per day : FR 13417.EFFICIENCY
.. :per REALTOR finest West- 2 er 3 bedroom.home with i 1 Bedroom duplex,. Lows and niture. Located comer of 20th'I' FORIMPORTANT
I side residential areas. Only family room end 2 baths. Kitchen -i water furnished. Couples erv.l apt.. private entrance St. and 4th, Ave. N.W. $90 month.

$ O' per -mo. :.,. .. ... $2.66 per day \t\f W. Univ. Ave. FR <-4.471 : n .!OO terms conventional to suit-fi must be equipped., ,Central -children .er pets. Call FR & bath. Lights hot water Call FR 2-1714. ANNOUNCEMENT
I or heat preferred. Most" be priced --4-S24. furnished. Summer student 3 ROOM furnished Apt., private Cooperative apartments te
2.83 nancing. Call 6-M17 right! with reasonable do.IIfIo': pay preferred. Ph. FRS %4. bath 1st floor. Mot & cold water be built In Gainesville. For
$85 per mo., . per day REDWOOD: apartments, 4401 Stf
FORDYCEREALTOR ment. Write te, Box. :34S-A TWO APIS. One 1 BR furnished. Call FR 2-5435. Information
SPLIT LEVEL Enjoy HW9 >/\ Gainesville SUn. "13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now apt. OneS call FR 4-221
$90" per mo. .....: ... $ .op- per day !' this CCS 3 nome.bedroom Large, 2.bath.living 39 Out *l Tewa Preerty [ available'FR-6-0427.for information call BR dlx air?. to conditioned town. Call apt.FR 25514.Walking AVAILABLE bedroom. Adults May 3rd.only.Trailer.$70 a 2 or P.write O.: lox 1395SGainesville.

1 *. room, nice kitchen plus WANTED one- or two nice 'girls, $75 MO. month plus lights. Inquire at lie.UflVTa .
$95 per mo. $3.16 per day patio. $14.500 with only $450 10- share apartment./' Preferably MOnth la month rental or leas to office. Sheffield Trailer Park ,

down. Call 376-0117. befoeen 20 te 38.' Call FR suit tenant t bedroom furnished Park
HOUSE FOR sale In iKeystene ages. 1 BR. screened porch. carport,

.'! $100 per mo.' $3:33: 'per1 ddy. 1 F Country EstateS CHEAPER THAN? RENT We Heights, Fla. 3' EX., 2. baths. 1 I. M481 I"! 2-131.._'_ Apt.Blvd. available Ph. FR at<-!1204 72 -NW Wese-23rd shady yard, air conditioner if -
acre lot will ucrlficeAp.raise wanted no pets. Phone FR 2-
have several CB homes, .2 COMFORTABLE end private trail- man Realty1113 N. Main St.,
', 5 This be at $11,000, will sell for $14.'". ,students work. 10117. 410'7 NW 24th St. .
.r .. Bedrooms and acres. or 3 bedrooms, that can ,er. Responsible. or
hem has everyttng you need in bought with a minimum Call 374-1 Ul, Gainesville;' after1. ing;edutts...Ke .peta,.,er chjldrert..PhonsFRZ031. .2 BR furnished apt., living rm.

\CALb372-a441; TO LACE: YOUR space. Just outside- of city lim down payment with monthly '.m. ._< ., dining bath. Adults rm.! ,. anly.kitchen: Married, private I 46 Unfurnished Apt*. I
S2S.8CO. Terms to be ar LESS THAN '
its. Only payments STARKE: 11 room S bath home 'TRAILER 'AND CABANA 2 twdroom E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
couple 2 3
.. or er sober male
ranged. Call today. Fordye Associates RENT. Call 374-017. on large ,lot In cholcdpeighborhood. 133psr mo. 1724Sf 47th students. No NEW 1 BR duplex apt. kitchen

'Inc. 374-1236. Close to bank"> church, .Ter. Couples,V eoutHe witA'tm. month. Apr M pen.through JlOfl August.per equipped. $60 per month on e JR.
R.EN-rAL WANT CHOICE BUILDING SITESr a- post effice: schools. fc, market year's lease. 376-1372 ,
SUN 'ADS child. Call FR. 2-1574. Can' be seen at 414 NE 2nd Ph. days,1
Vine Covered sonably priced, good selection: ideal for home t office,. apts. Ph. FR "-721%. St. 374-7327 evenings.LITTLEW000 I Homes. Lots. laootne. inline -
available. Call 374-017 for de nursing home beauty shop, etc. DOWNTOWN 3 room furnished I II ,. and Lake Property
Cottage can be yours. $300 down tails. 932,000 er trade for 'CaiMsvill.p Apt S0ftt M.W. 2nd St. SSS RM.hictudee :3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. Farm and A create.
and approximately 150 per month. rty. Write Box 277 Stance. :water Private. bat 1-1 BR apt. 2BR apts. 503 I AREA; 4 BR.bath E. C. "CURLYKUBCC.. It.J .
Fenced yard delightful floor plan. Claude D.4. "Red" Franks Realtor Pla entrance. Can FR 2-CS4._ NE 4th Ave. 2050 sq. ft. living ores, 634 N. dArN ST.
Total prce: U.5O. Must be seen to Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateWm. central heat built-in kit. 1 bk! J m t-XKU Broker nt6M4
BR furnished II
DUPLEX 2 apt. NICE: large-flulet, cool, first '1001'fumshed
: -' 5.1e t* appreciated. Call Fordyce < E. "Bill" Harris, Associate 40 IlISi..**..,.*.rti.. -l fwreoekna! & I'1nT111,.. Cod! apartment. Good residential from Westwood Jr. High I
IS ,HH.W. ... hr 35 Home for Sol Associates 374-123: 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 374-017 water fum. Private front aback section. Convenient ; to rbtks. from Uttlewood elem I

; Res 372-743 374-227. entrance.. Phone FR 2-4400. 1Ri4NE'IrhPfece. stores and bus lines. Within school. Ideal for ((9. family. or i
; Socfon, 31'.. I baths, 1. MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING FOR SALE BYCJVNERHwy. I. ramlly and elderly persons.
Roman Inspiredterrace "walking) distance: of square. No
''carport end D Uify. Paved. street.cvreina house In Priced for immed. sale. $24,500
A two bedroom frame land on US 301 Ne. a, Se. children or pets. US ,
excellent condition beautiful country surroundings& accents :ihs lovely home. ef Starke :343 ft. cor. next; t I ONE BEDROOM furnished In- Phone" FR 4-544. monthly. 344 N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893 NEW HOMES
rear Terrace.. well! -landscaped." 1-miles wtit of Grille 'Just .rfttewfeerry Over 2iOO so ft. provides a era- ParrishPresents south of StuckeY's. 534: ft. across cludlag- curtains: and _fellndi. All
Reesenable 372-5754 Road. Will. discuss clous 4 bedroom home with spaceto road. Ben Suslow, P. C. lox utilities furnished except elec- LARGe front apt. near bus line II
owe must: sacrifice: 3 bedroom I .reasonable 6t u. Ca'l 372-4415. crew in. Air conditioned and. 1003. Starke. i trlcity.-Nice location. $<0 month.. a. stores. Private entrance US I
,. 2 tath. large fit. room centrally heated. LON down payment I FR 2-3174,424 N.t:. 4tti.St. per mo. Phone 374-5805. McCOY'S WALTER
BY C'ATiEK 3 BR, 2 bath Ish- I Call Fordyce Associates.Inc. LOT, 1 block from University. 73 I
i C4 livinfTMnvvku.lt: 13 kit* x MOT. s','50., Phone PR 2-3M. FURNISHED Apt for rent $S5 per MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air
i wesftef svbimmtao pool privi 374123: STUBBS
chen, carportTU so tr. living I Macoma Homes
1.5.s.n dam payment, VA r rro. Water and liohia fume Call conditioned Phone A. E. Harp I ,
convenient Is schools. SMALL motel snack bar,. '
area and acre- FR 2-1823,' er FRS3751.I FR "-5S7'.
1321 NAV.'JUt. A. *...P'r.PR-2-. .. mortgage. Phone 574-liW. i Exclusively IMMEDIATE occupancy: can be ege $15,000. Cell 454-lfZO. _' i Inc.For INC.
232., : '> ; . had en this pleasant 3 bed BR.' fumished epertmeni. No
: LOVELY. WOMe WITH INCOVE for The yoorg executive. ArchlteJ- home on nice 4V pats. 311 S.E. Di St. Ph ctnO FR I 1 Sale, very attractive 3-
It home. LR. room masonry 42 Farms Ac .. EYES RIGHT!
FO:5A&.E Tilt. 2 Spacious roan: turally designed 3 bedroom 2bath Florida Park lot, within walking .* I. 4.061. bedroom, batt home. 4417
nice.11I\4 clean. (nit with fireplace, I Ig. panelled Fl.
BR barrel.. home. Air conditioned wall E. University Ave. walking! 1321 N.W. 16th AVE
price *1500' fir each. Wired and K. fmrmil dining Rm. 3 baths wall carpeting, a beautiful kit- distance of Gainesville High and 140 acre farm,with all equipment. 2 BEDROOM furnished ..Cplex.i I .See nil dream living In Shadow distance to Lake; Forest
I wall to wall to J. J. Finley Elementary Schools. Half mile read 1917 'son Ave. SS2- month. Lawn Estates.
4 tru
.sheet roekeaVCatt Mrs. Jsms.LGwdOift .4pI. BR ne\r then and family room. A truly deluxe paved frenrege.Good i per I Models Open. Schools. Price $1%,! O. S500 376-5394
I I In Kewfeerryv 472-2g. carpeting. & central heat. Incetn. henre. Call Fordyce t. Associates ANGLE WOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom fermiand I JTan JgR 2-C24.' : I F. D.-Oflvar. 8Id>. down and $7950 per .month. PHpNE
treni t units varage ac: tI Jbtings..
., ,77$ Uf ,CM YOU*, LOT..CoenHocso makes MWTientj. Possible 1 I Inc. 374-1234. attractive home with central IS. 2.BR.- 1 -btki from campus. I Ph.' PR HIU Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
'$uM.-,. 1 fe IMH. 'DoMgned additional ytur Income from tieusc heating and fully airconditioned. Call Ben Griffin, Associate I air condo optional 116 $101 per I.West M NW 3h AVI. past Jr. Day FR -7290. nights FR "W Trade Heus**"
aV ntnMr4'W U. V5te Priced.t. sell. 1815,S'A' Mh. Ave.Call I DUPLEX This was one of the new I me. Call"McKtnney Green, Inc. I tIle Glee Sprints talersecliaii. 4-5015. Office corner N. Main
.l Corp.-Home* Division. KM homes in the 142 Parade of 372-M17. See site eft let? and 23rd Blvd
FRBY H431. GLADYS SMITH Realtor! I _
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14. tt." 3. BR, 2 bam air cend. I'Hgh; Inc'orT'e return' with this Homes Src#. Let v* tell you I efficiency beds, screened __ .
brick 'v."er2 Mr garaae. 1.., OWNER 3 BR, 1 batn CCBhome. :I wonderful bargain Good Mortgage more about this one. 1221 W. University 37J 533 NICE front porch, back, electrically v ----- --.
NW 3th Dr.. AUchua Hemos, 4iltn 141.* Screenedft low taxes. Call today Forqye FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE open
S45 'Its NW ,31st
,tncr:XalT. Frank: Tnomas FR. 4; ft. fenced \ 'rd. PaymentsV3 S. Associates. Inc 3741234 PALM VIEW Estates. An attractive RURAL PROPERTIES' I "'It. run FR 2-6m.me. j
two.FOR N.V' section; f$77t. 4 bedroom masonry home. _
i aEOLOOAc2.amth.cMrll heat Built-in kitchen: units, living and ROBERTS. C.. '$SMITH REALTOR J 2 BR house trailer, iSxlft.. Call
SAL.t trede. By .0.\1.1 1'3 ., .FORDYCEAssociates dining room drapes TV antenna U.S. ,Hwy 441 AAicanopy, Fla.' 37-345: ,for IIIfO IVIIliOn.2 .
f 3 Br.. 1 Mil: heme. i in $UC total co?. Calf .RHCUSEWITlPEROPlALITY 2. ? ,and 1 _
Fencotf: "Witt.: yard.'Convenient: I III I central air conditioning Ph. 444-3120 Bfc':furnished apt.married .:cou-
: te Marilrf PJant.Call GA :H051i f -'sao: bearner.! L".3 BR. 2 beTh heating. Reasonable financing. ttt ACRES WOODLAND. 20 miles ;I. ple.*nly 'Vlli' per.me. 'H2 Ntth '//

Crtandd. ";' ? hevreHas..-Fit:.Rm...living Rm, Inc. MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedreorrt N. of C.inesvU".en state,.Rd I .'Sf." Call1' FR'.- 'J-41W' ,after S'IFFICIINCY WIN THIS HOME
pd,. -4 .,;?t..NtI,' =if. kAtd\.n. Inside. ..". jardeo,".extra Ig Real Estate Exchangers 2 bath home. Central heating 12T. vRuth Cases, Wortntaetaa. ..ny. '

IMInt. i. u ve.t.cV e ed parch, .r perch, buiU-Sn kit.. many extra ? Multiple. Listing Realtors and air conditioning. Lovely aplf'tfMftt.prtv.ate .
Ol.** T1V.-cBtf. beat, aur eenitMr. feature ptus. Iftot.. Desirable fine-. Fordyea, Broker fenced rear yard makes ideal ""Fla.FORDYCE ., 'tatit"and eniience. Very dean.Adults. .
._Ucas ..*m. '&?'lr. feign t""" ..' Durant. Estate, 541 N.W. .Dudley .Goulden.! Associate play area for children. Convenient 7M g..Ufthf. A fc -
fcefteots. ieiwr. JBrt sri;Ne slfn Vt-:' Call FR I HarveBerrtorw Associate :.. .
'wrtm dv" te schools.L&NCHETTE '
I ..." 374-123i ACREAGE 59 :x '\or 9 fce< m. ..et He home
M4 W.
d*. 372.ltU; NUl v. 5. ,insh.dylesIr cuntfltleiHtf,
tlomesit toe. Approximately -
use'm, post. S7S perml.
10 acres each. Lo- CIIJ a7...", .
Small Ranch
: : carted en Newberry Road. Just
t" $500 down, S years .ft balance.I 1M $Us Aere- 9 fniJo from City. 1 Bedroom nrlnj J room kitchen.Modern. .
I SERVICESTTpme' : J275 an acre. Modern House. 579 Ber-meRtn." 2T2 SE
." .- UNDER $10000 New 3 bedroom fenced end cross-fenced, water. 7th ,St.' Call Me-JOnney. Groin
: : homes built under FHA specifications utilities, building, planted/ pine Inc..FK 2-MT7. .
:. ':,' I buyers and with available FHA financing.No to flualltied !. windbreake.. Truly i buy. Bedrooms, fivin ROm screened -
I porch partially furnished. 935
r : closing costs and no city TWO; II acre parcels: en* at per mOft"' 110. SW 4th Ave. ..
I And Business ; taxes. $225 aad one at $330 oil .. acre.to Call Mc-Kinney Green, :
: ,; 23617." '._, .- ..:.. _
subdivision _
I WESTSIDE new residential _
ACRES for $145 an acre. High
.. .. :: bpening) soon. Acre lots and rolling and a perfect sight 1 bedroom fcttchen. .45 per

: [ Bulldozing! ) PAINTING streets now being paved. May. for the dream home. Only Smiles month. 4if NW 2nd Ave.ue.C.iI. _
we tell you more about this restricted from Medical School. Mc-Kinney Green, Inc. FR _
res.dential area outside 2-3417.

: SXVA.LL kJldazer leaser dump WANTED: Painting. Free estimates city limits. FORDYCEASSOCIATES MALE _companion wanted te __

trvefcs> till dirt, lime .reck. Tap No job too small. share ... artm.nt. FR 23748 -

Mil. Phone 372-744. Work guaranteed. Phone. M. M. INC evenings.;
9K W. Univ. 374-lKi
BULLDOZERS DngCne, Back FR 2-5630. _
nee. .wheel trechw, meterfrftvt 2.4 ACRis$]* LARSC upper ,pr..<:IcIs. to center
I ?. F'rw isThs'st. W. .. LOS TRANCOS WOODS ef town. Reasonable. .* good
flock ..,.,....,. FR X21f.CbMCWTB Plumbing ParrisK Public vttmtes paved rood....".- eentftnen. 9100 per me. 1.. J. Mi.ra'rIDS1i..W. .-
: .., Ffc j.4K7.
.J .. age school baa service. Drive. _
ANO ASSOCIATES. INC. West en Newtcrry Kd tarn

,. c- SEWER INSTALLED MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTrttS right lit.lilt 141. welds fef sn TWO bedroom .uraMtee1 apt
t .. H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham on nfirtfio Tome Jf 0ntaQ6Ralph net* Uatv. aV Ateehu* Central
NEW 4 mad service fixtures"BIG", 'complete Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish' FDSHY...".,? MosptteU'Ph. Fit e-7 a Cetnesvnie

.. finWl1"'IT o 1 ki, plumbtna HVGUIEY Gainesville Plum JIM 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 11 W. Vtifyerslty Avt.;Pl :874-1359 er wrtte 1. ?. Strew* P. O.
.' etrtves. .atie9,'>slabs' end'thbtfle PR 1.150.- "SelliFlorida.. Sine: W4" Rex StS, St.,AO S1Jfte. '
Ing. .
.K k ee41.erd. -etc.Can.xperrty.372351.Liwiime..done.r Esti-. FRED AND' THE' TAPPAN APPLIANCES IN IT

41 FIRE: tTIWGUSHRS I RemodelingNEED I w__ s- ..'The. 'Correct"Address. : ,

a : A NEW Florida room, carport ARNOLD il Come out and see this luxurious new home. The

.. ,0I llii1io, screer.ed-in porch For
I etc? Call now and get it done '

I : CO. for te summer months. Call '" first prize ,is $25,000 which T will deposit'i
P. .* *- .' S*.es ar.d Service j72-4U after S PJVV.) for free REALTORBest -4 Young 5. p.pan
All tves ef Fire ExtmgulsffrsPck ,
estimate _
sp: a.'III'.elilery service {'t ; .. :11-: : in bank for to apply towards purchase .of
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C. K, Theme .h; 3?.< tfir Executives '" .
'I : ApU i. (.:lli.ir'. I Chin.Wi 1=11. .Upholstery'U"HOl.TEa Buy i iJ j, 1. -- "" ",. ., ,

.A1rC.ditb9lils BEDROOM. 2 bath home at this home., Hundreds of other. valuable! prizes, '. .
.itsal.' .I..k..r, your furniture at economy price ef tIS.100. "Car Pine ''Forest -, : ). -> ,
: -I reasonable prices. Call Sally. ri" ,central neatng. air conditioner ,
: Exeerteneetf. FR -,W. unit. hardwood fl.e r So :i too. And nothing buy. All you have. to do is enter)
A",1 HANDYMA)4S40P FriAmel cemrenfieMt Attractive location - .
.. te*ettccrrent fenced yenl. r1 I. _
-PInS I la tr em.s1aaM. A> ratas. Terms. 25 Sewing-Alteration! near school and UnNer ':..Brick''BfockConstruction: .
JalIIftCe'-r!,.. ,.\.11, tvan' ,;>dstl. Wtt rae9y *acua e..nejfcTieafJaii. ty. I '". 'y ur'name.in :the Toppon .Sweepstakes-when..you *

.IM'w llcs". .' IIWW1tn.. Csll-temerrow. 55.;.1 .
: FJt '='7.. -... W. KlfUCPATatlCC: KeaNerM ALTERATIONS en women'sctotfslls. d' I .
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..Air CONDITION .II'L..ut W. JUUdi St. Pk. FR 2-11 belts. ,e>. I dressmaking.I S a buttonholes Call Large Homes -/- '..GE.; Kit nens ... ; 'visit:our model ,home., : J

'jna.le .r, m d.t.t 'Special I riee FRED B.' ARNOLD :372-slot. DUALITY home on belvt'lfol"IM- Ii .
-w>ndowf units -etiarjedw< oat, REALTOR scaped tot en N. W. 3rd Place.' &,Conditioning ; : -

I 'utility.4t.\: Fre.rmeiei..Aso reems, gla0es & pears stlt-' ;. FHA AND LOANS CONVENTIONAt': Sewing Machitaaa..11I room Spacious with bedrooms fireplace!: dining large living room optional( ) .' TAPPAN: BUILT-IN APPLIANCES as fea uredon: THE

4 .__,... !_!.._,,-.3'1'-M.' 11.9 W.".UNIV. AVE. PH. 372.-m overlooking attractive terrace. I
CALL-E.LNC A1ACHINE ScTRiVICE 130,000. Sidewalks .
'MORT6AGB! MONEY; CO. 115 W. University -

I :AppraualStrriet: r.-per .ce tf Interest."Terms to .Ave. 374-1C75. %.. repair all. Cool ComfortOVER '.;TrazzToFIoors : TODAY. SHOW-LIFE-LOOK-SUNSET..
Mak@s. WOr1C fullY coarenteed.Tres J
lau .ealiHL'D 1
: FRED ,. 'UtllOI.D REFINANCE ItOO sq. ft. of airconditiov .. All :.City; ,'. .
( ItEALTOR' Cal ; '- ,Alignment ed luxury. Panelled fa mil y
: !. j3ThTEAPPIAt1ALt 15 N.V 13 St. "". FR J-2SU room with brick fireplace. Separate ConvemVnces I Enter the Tappan Sweepstakes at our model home, THE

f SERVICE. Dan avid' Broke Service_ dining: room huge two car 4 .

:!'!! w: 'l! a". A\IE. .l372flI GLADYS -Sm.tk' garage. Refrigerator, stove dishwasher :.. ." Woodcd'Lots
: : Ad ceavent: nal Realtor loans., FHA Low VACATION SPECIAL included. Northwest lo I : :. f ,MILLBRAE,. located on NE 31st Avenue in .-

; :Aut -'E4 ;ip"' *t. ra'es. Terms te 55 ears. ON famous nationally known Mo- cation. m. DO with' terms. t EXtroBI$1'Close; $ .
W. UMv. Ave. S725393.FOUOYCE 12:11 hack tires s. Save up to I
: : : SST. on rew tires. See our PeN Away From City I I :Screened PorchesWT' I J
-I NYtHtAOUJAUS rtejur a. ftC.Associates Inc:. 'wraparoundretread that aives I ighland Court Manor
'. ; Csivontioial: end F.HJk.
Iw.br leeu.
exsassL&e&J.. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath 4 '
,I, : .JasS.;, F .tt ...;.. bLL'.ili "-.Call 374-nu. Cries Ferevce. mere thor Tire mileage Co. a.473 traction.N. Main Lati-5?. years of age M 100'" x 130 lot VA or FHA .
I .d Wstk .' ; ReaBeFerdyce '.&.Associates outsIde city, limits near lake.I the swim club: community .
I : AllOt ,. lac* 1:' west, University Ave Reasonably priced et $\%.%50.will ..
C aeRVlC. & '$U'JtLY' UU I.. nue.. WINDOW CLEANING Owner pay costs to reti- ItipINE" ,FOREStQuality I" : . : .* \
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WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned '. .
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A2tGts$ nance.ARNOLD : '
Sun Want Ads. vrs. experience. Free estirr.att ,r ; Miiided. Phone 3723471KIRKPATRICK
_Pnone FR 2-555 I-
I 'AUTO: CLASS is* eceft.y WaJrr.a. Multiple Listing Member
Immediate" tasta.latej\! ; Yard Work 121* W. Univ. Ave. 372332 .
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tree ptctvp & etvw. Add .Results AssocIates: Peter Slog 372-1551 PIERSON
.fc*.jty A veme te yvsr car. CHARLES VHORSHAM speciaiifeg Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodse I
MAULlW3.AIJTG l CLASS CO." la lean mowing edging a. Jim Sheppard Bob KalkmanCharlie NE 16th Ay ., fir 15th St. -.
:n'.Itl.W.;.!\ St. FR frgi*. pruning. FR -1t6t anytime. Mayo Jimmy Greene !I Iat. _ _
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47 H.ot$ for Rent Tarn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 53 OfficI- esk Space 64 65 MIsc. For Sal -

ONE 10-room." 2 tath. house. 2 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Misc ., Sal*. FRESH AS SPKIN
screened porches. 2 ,car glkflge" LARGE < room house 2 edraoms.can OFFICES FOR REN .uSED TV'AnteMI 4 Br. 2'bath. Separate Rvlngoodining
New modem air conditioned of. RANGES : "Rellart FOR SALE $25. Phone.
1 'furnish
; parking lot. Located $0] stove & refriger room. Oversized swimming
Refrigerators .. new FR 45444.Hoover. 3 THERMOSTAT window fans with FOLDING CAMP trailer (N E W
tics Individual
NE 2nd St. For Information call ator. 414 NW 22nd Ave. Call space. rooms bath
pool hovse.
J. T.. Howie 3721090.f Ocala 429-1744. Large or small separate unitss.Furnished TV .. See frames 2 speed Intake and 2 MOON) $95. Model R, John Family' ,with flrepiacev
or unfurnished. Phone WE SERVICE $200 off PortableNew ,exhaust $20 each. 3-speed floor Deere tractor $700. Both In good room .
Acre lot. Under const. 3 I,.
BR, rake THE fan $10 1, 10" oscillating fan $4. condition. Shell Station. Interla-
lot. fenced $90 per UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. and Secretarial service optional. -
2 bath. 'with
,no. I BR Mar campus $75 per $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom Off street parking. $U to $%00 7 S.E. 1st Combi $49.95. $4f Guaranteed.95. DEMONSTRATOR Call FR 4-4348. chen. Fla. Ph. 444-7711 after 5p.m. place. Many PamHy extras room on Acre fire
mo. Frank Roby at fR, 42W7BR. house $60 month. Furnished per month. Call Les. Jackson.FR' FR lawn lot. Go out NW 14th Ave. to
,KIRBY SALES & SERVICE THAYER baby bed with new mat
or 2.4351.i duplex 4-4441 anytime Ernest Tew '
apt vo month. FR
MAYTAG. dish 43rd St. turn right
712 N. Main 4-7110_ 41117. tress $30. like new Porta-crlb CLEAN d
4-7444. Realty. your rugs upholstery
S Jiving VINATORS. dryer. Go 1 mile sea sign on
rm. dining rm. JIMper with mattress $18. Call 374-475 with amazing Lustre Foam. approx
mo 104 NW 10th St. Prefer washers from' trailer STRAWBERRIES you pick them 1825 NW. 7th St. Use left. .
2 BEDROOM unfurnished house 54 Business Rentals our applicator free. Call
male students. McKInney New 25 cents quart. Bring T. D. XITROUKR
Green. for rent $49 your con Home Beautiful Furniture. 1703
Inc. FR 23417. FR per ment"CIII New Freezers tainer. J. R. Wainwright Farm TWO slrrs English bicycles, with N. Main St. BUILDER
REAL NICE 2-4934. GARAGE space tor ,rent 4U S.W. New Icemaker three 2 miles E. of Stark Road 14. 3 speed transmission baskets Pit 4348SACRIFICE
2 bedroom furnished 2nd St. Call John Merrill. Reel.to. electric
lights, and all the extras. Both
house ill*' bath & 3 houses for rent. Available MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL
hardwood now FR 21494. Your APT. size -
THE gas stove $29; Magic bikes nearly and In perfect --- ------------ --
.floors separate living and dinIng 3 bedroom. 1 bath completely AIR CONDITIONED 7 ,SE. 1st 374- Chef gas range 11 US; refrlgeratoV condition. Phone new. FR 2.2735.SMALL STORE. U.S. Hwy. 19. .
Rm. No sm. children redecorated $100 month. 714 N.W. Crystal River Fla.Only 1 hr.
or $45,
-pets Ins per mo. PH.. FR 2823. 22nd Ave. Available May 5th air NEARLY new modem office or FR ,,board bed complete $29 h e T.V.a d- modem easy chair $18. 15 min., from Gainesville. Literally .
location at 3733 Watt Univ. AVLPit. :
conditioned 3 bedrooms m $9f cash Modern walnut coffee table $12. TONS OF TOWELS and
a with stand $29
BEDROOM,, power
2 bam fvmlshed FR 4-2472. Weseman mowerssites
bath. large screened Realty. 66 Misc. Like new Radio phonograph -speed $20. MILES OF FABRICS. Selection
each 1 coffee and I *
t house near end- Reduced for Immediate Se'e!
campus. Available 1113 N. Main St.
u# early May.. SIM month." ;Call FR $125 month. 601 N.W. :34th Terr. tables new $''.''; chest. $4; play Large toy box. with chalk board Quality. Price Irregular bedspreads -
,' 6-J472 from 4 to 4 available June 7th 3 bedroom 30 x 40 CCB warehouse with restroom pen $6; boy's and girl's 20" $5. Electric Iron $L Turquoise beautiful and. one third BY OWNER !
p.m.kbusE W bath. fenced back yard $125 drive-In door parking ex- SINGER ce-' bikes $12JO each; overstuffedchairs ceramic table lamp 33" height. off. Lovely carpet ends three 4 BR '2 bith large LR DR
TRAILER 43 x 10, 2 br'. month. 314 N.W. 34th Terr. CalC| celleot location. 523 W. Univ. $7 per month. new upholstery $1995 3-way switch $8. FR 24729 after fourths off. First quality Cabin brick home. Large comer r .
f S8J per mo. Swimming pool. Call FR 2-1474 Sunday or after p.m. Ave. in rear. $75 Mr' month. 115 W.' Univ. children's baby bed $12.95; 4VV Black and 1:30. Crafts carpets and rugs and nicest neighborhood lust we *
t ,4-0077 5pm.Sundays week days after Weekdays for appt. to see. Ph' 3761204'or' 37.-.. KENMORE 9xlJ. 2 Decker skill saw $19.95; boo k- WILL SELL OR TRADE aspirin $198 Pepperell UP. Tel.s lie.7953399.ts. Throw rugs of Finley school. Large pate;>>
2 BEDROOM unfurnished house. good cond. $30 desk. case $4. We buy & sell. Free and stamp machines. Locations & covered area. separate guest
.i BEDROOM house a* NW. i9tn 2 blocks from the Post Office In 56 Business Opportunities. louvers 34," like ex e c. del.very.'; Call FR 4-0850. Paul furnished. Phone FR 4-2040 eve REMINGTON standard menua I I house & garage. $30.000.00.
Lane $70 per month. Phone FR Melrose. Call 475-2145. plete TV 1 Wile ine's. 1425 E. Univ. Ave. nings. typewriter with pica type, cover Tterms. Call ,

2.160. FOR RENT unfurnished house. 2 12 Univ.LANE Ave.BOWLING for lease.ALLEY. on W. 2-5089. plumbing ELECTRIC typewriter good condition BOLEN ride-A-Matlc tractor with & desk pad. excellent cond. $45. FR 4-1204 "
A BEDROOM living rm.. dining BR Fla. Rm.. 2 bath hardwood for the right man to set In BEAUTIFUL c o I wash- $95. Call after 5 P.M. disc and plow good condition FR Z7720'fer I p.m. week
rnjrf kit, 3 porches $7J per mo. floors, very nice. $85 per mo. the bowling alley business with sailfish 42". timer,old 1 372-4738 $175. Call FR 2-4477.. days. ,
.in Mclntosh 1 block off 41. II 374-8747. a small amount of capital call Miami. Fla. Only 6 yr.. Call J
miles south of Gainesville. W. ,FR 4-2441 or FR 4-2930. Ask for kle Box.. 1490
.. W. Waters Ph. 5912921. 3 Bedrooms. I bath .
porch e I e c t r Ic range. $100 Mr. Haynes. .
""BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. month. Call Me-Kinne Green RAISE MONEY by selling type.
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House Inc. FR 2.3617. snowballs, pop corn peanuts 25 cents per quart locks
ppeo. :Call FR 44238.S beverages. Roy Smith Co., 345Part. Hayes Farms of
'ROOM,.,1 oath, very clean I RENTALSWe Jacksonville Fla. SINGER electric &
I nicely furnished home at lot NE have some choice houses and I minor repair $ &
apfs, furnished and unfurnished. GARDEN TRACTORS Engray 4 7X Phone
-3rd-St. $150 per monfi. Ph. 374- complete quality line gasolineand
0002 contract H. (,. Bollinger. MARY MOELLER diesel home or garden 24
f Starke. 1019 West Univ. FR 4-4471 attachments available./ Dealerships Sewing Formi- t a'a
available. Write A. J. Pier. four
1944 modeL Sold
I 48 Homes for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent son, Sales P. O. Box 30 Orlando ago.: Will take FR 2- r ;
Fla Distributor. $8.15 or $50 cash. / .
them. .
Available. within two weeks, threeor with 61 Wanted to Buy SIMMONS contain
tout: bedrooms. two baths. home. and chest of Gra-
I $125.00 per month unfurnished entrance Kitchen privileges.in quiet'modem Ideal for U of WANTED:. water cooler must be 374-4582. 6 miles
V near schools, lease required. Call
F student. FR 27883. priced reasonable and In good 2 J. C. Higgins 445-
I KJrkpatclck Agency. FR 2-S404. working condition. Call 312.....,, 1 man's It 1 -. : .. "
j 31-14- Main St. for rent. .. '
NICE Quiet bedroom ext. 21'1. e-5 weekdays. condition .
stu f t :
Businessman or nice
F0RDYCE RENTALS dent. $35 per me. 414 NE 2nd SMALL camper size bottle gas baskets. $25 ea. waf .
_Calf .our agency to>> find the St. FR -7212A stove. Call 442-9440 Alachua, Call FR 21744. r ies, 2Vfe i "I...
house you wish. Many listed. Fla. BLUE Lustre net
Also apartments furnished. NICELY furnished room convenient of soil but
CASH for used furniture refrigerators pets
to town I Univ. Phone your washer
i FORDYCE FR 4-5981. S SW 10th St. stoves TVs clothIng and lofty. Rent Also roll
etc. FR 23937. William's pooer $1. condo
.ASSOCIATES, INC. PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk Service Center, Hawthorne. Co. Gainesville
: .::426 W. Unlv.376123& from campus $35 I month. 1104 STRAWBERRIES
f 1 BR home for. rent. $100 per SW. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. 64 Household Goods quart. You Ice. O box.ea. At The Present Sales Rote

month Must lease for 4 mos* 2l Air conditioned rooms for rent. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Wed. Fri. $150, ,
1111 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372 utilities a. I linens furnished. Kitchenette of Waldo on E. Univ.
._ _
-8563, t. .. private entrance. $1250 and Guaranteed Wasdin.

:. 2 BR Kit. equipped 1206 N.E. I' weekly. Men only. Ph.. 372-1545. 42* Refrigerators Ranges from from $39$39 up up REPOSSESSED Pine Forest Will BeSOLD
.. ,tit Ave. W a me. Call McKinney NICE room. private entrance and 17 Washers from $1f upS Zig Zag and Redwood
M Green. Inc. FR 3417.. bath screened porch on side. Dryers from $49 up sews forward / It. FR
$40 month. Also .one for $30. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up plaque
J BR't\oUst at'HIT NE 14th Terr.
.. FR 2-0779. 2 Dishwashers from es and etc. $4
845 N. W. 31st Ave. $49 up
.. Stove t refrigerator 1115 per $15 W. Univ.
10 TV Sets from $35
,me. Phone FR 4-2472, Weseman clean quiet : up
r Realty. room 'In new home kit. privi-I 419 NW VOYLES 8th Ave APPLIANCE.Ph. 375-5303 CO. Used Baby bed, .
f J BR. 1 bath, 330 N. E. 9th lege. Ideal for study. Call 372- FR 6-2027 vene-
NUBIAN desk and coffee table of
$944 or FR 66064.
St. SUM a mo. available May black oak $15 and $30. Under. SNOOKER TABLE:
,th. Call McKlnney Green Inc. NICE downstairs rooms closeIn. Large OUT'OUT'
wood portable! typewriter $20. I at Happy Hour
t FR 23617. private entrance off-street Call FR '-202&. S. Main St. FR in
3 8 R. screened porch electric parking. 531 SE 2nd PU Ph. FR $3,000. -
.. kitchen. blk. to Univ. campus. 22582. re-
r $90 per mo. Call F. E. Da vies. ROOMS available with private or FHA
.-Travelodga Metal semi-private bath In nearest off St.
I 2. BR partially furnished house campus housing to the center of "Now To
'and 3 BR unfurnished house for University. 'FR 63012.NICELY Open ---
rent. $79 & $80 per mo. Ph. 376- furnished room In prlv.
.. 554 from I A.M. to 7 P.M. ate home. Maid service. ParkIng Within Two Weeks !
J BEDROOM house for rent. space. Reasonable r It. s. Public"Repossessed
Range and heating stove. $45 210 E. Univ.. Phone FR 4-7423. at this
mo. 917 s.- E.'4th Ave. Cell FR ROOM with bath .. kitchen privileges. level
216111.HEWLY. Working lady or graduate ewln hillside
1 S P.M. that ? .
student. 374-4452 after
and dec.
orated :3 Br. house $60 per mo. 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women, Machine Sale 1 ,way.plus j .'-, .
,Call -FR. 2-3402 day or FR 2-66S4 rooms and apts. near campus. and III '
nights. day week month. FR 4-2937 or Su g -. .._ ; -
2 BEDROOM frame house pear FR 61982. 'LOOK' SINGER ; room.
:schools stores and church. 4119 with
and beard for girls. Use
t N.W. 7th St. Call FR(-2547.t ROOM of washing machine. Call ,FR 44083. White Automatic 1963 Zig \
.i BRi separate living rm. & dining Zag. Like new. Does every SLANT room
thing. $7.10 e month. Full ,
near. LARGE clean room close In. Dally bal, due $44. ZIG ZAG enough 'i. .
per maid service. Reasonable. makes buttonholes- hostess. '
40th Ave. Call 374-5T20. -
Phone FR 4-1423. 422 NE 2nd $t. ,'
', '
i buttons darns : r' ; ,:ti '< '
FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom teen-
Uni makes
for rent. near grams or
2 bath central heat builtinstave. SINGLE room Males only. Call FR 4- "A REAL BUY" 'stitches.i Sold : for all. t- '
versity. : :
Call 485-3811 after 3 ;
p.m. 7870. new. Bal. of $94. | In : .'. i ty : M.;% .
714 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice :3 bedroom payments.on air
NICE I large room private entrance 1944 Kenmore Zig %og. Sews of all : : Ie ;
home CCB. Hardwood floors.
Walk In pantry, attic fan. venetian 3724855., close-In. Ph. 3744244 or buttons, fancy stitches.makes $400 buttonholes amonth. : terms.St. "He who hesitates Is ICastI.rrAddison! e f1 .

blinds. Separate dining Full bal. due $48. SINGER ,
'i room. Tile bath and utility room. NICE room In quiet section of F f
I Available now. FR 28445. town. close to bus line. Suitable NEEDLE 301 | t
for student or settled per. -
model with
3 Kit.BR.,eqUip.study breakfast Lr. Rm.,nook On. Rm.near. son. Rates reasonable. Ph. 372- merits.1963 Payments I (How did he know t

t city park shopping center. Call dart AUTOMATICZIG $45 CI"-.. ..

FR 4-2493. about Pine Forest?) :F "\ ',
SNA Wanted To Rent r : ; ,. _,
ZAG 394'I i > '
2 1 bath unfurnished house UNIVERSAL
\ 838 SW 9th SU sag per mo. .
1964 model, does everything. ;
Call University Realty 372-435U ZIG ZAGSemiautomatic. ,
r' YOUNG faculty couple with no i Has drop In cams for fancy I .
4 Rm. frame house. 2 screened children wish to rent nice furnished stitches. $500 e month. Full to"
porches, gas stove. Venetian house reasonably close to bet due $55. thing. $400 a .
blinds. I Ig. yard. $55 mo. Inquire University September June. II bal. due 4190. VA : ;
at 947 NW 21st Ave. FR 44709. FR 25857 evenings.

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N.E.16th Ave. & 15th St;

buy.until you see these NEW homesin INVITES YOU

Fernwood Manor 39th St. & 13th PI. INC. 372-1551

3 Bedroom end 1 and 2 Bath Homes TO

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I M $850 for our equity following" are reedy for 0 y
occupancy. .,. f 1
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of Hurry this.to take advantage $4-BR 01 mo.2 bath. $700 down. NW 16 at 37th

I 1115 .NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
I 3 Br 2 Bath 3 BR iv* bath, $400 down. MARLBORO The Marlboro-the: most versatile

Our Loss Inventory- Your ,must ClnOur 19$ per mo. 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath of our homes. Features large screen
-- 3330 & 3320
pt lowered We will Four Bedrooms Two' Baths
I NW 30th Ave. : porch and interior, living arrange
take $850 for our equi- .
3 BR. 1 bath. $550 dry $79.5* .
: ty. You assume $13,600 per mOo 1377 Sq. Ft. Enclosed Space ment which can make the 4th bedroom
I il' (Approx) mortgage I :
Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. or dining room or even an extension .
f 4518 fir 4608 SE 2nd PI. FHA Monthly! Payments Only _, .
J ... 3 per BR mo., 1 bath. $500 dn. $41 1926 NE 9th of the living room, if de
$104.18 After Minimum
sired. Two full baths and
FOR RENT 205 SE 3 8th St. 3 Bedroom 2 BathA conven
Bam $300 dru. $" per mo. ,
_.. 124SE7lhSf. Down V.A. ($100 Closing Costs) ient walk-through storage area.
3 BR i >am 303 SE 38th; St., realbuy'One .
$100 ..Mo.Norwood .g '
J' Year_ Leas.* per 304 & 314 SE 39th St. : I _'

3 BR. 1 bath, MQ .dn. $N ..
per mo. .
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and ,will .
ready .
r .Hope for occupancy soon. 2 Bedroom, 1"Bath $8500 iHCM the swim club community .' .. :. ,:' :- "

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12C_ Gainesville Sun Sunday.. May 3. 1964
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sat 85 Automobiles for Sal
.77 Mobil Homes, for Sal I
I Your car's & show PLYMOUTH 1954, 4door. In good 62 T-BIRD new parts. $525 or trade for motorcycle
pep power
i 55 x 10* Mobile home excellent up with a tune-up at BROWN'S condition.two new tires. Phone 2-tom blue with blue Interior, full or car. FR 6-9716. I AUTO SALES TIME .
'TV air conditioner FR 4.8681.RAMBLER ,
buy. antenna SERVICE CENTER. Guaranteed power Including windows seat 1953 DODGE 4 Or- fair Condition.
MERCHANDISE covered patio. See or calL Lot 1 brakes t, 1007 N. Main St. FR
steering large radio 2-1411
recapping wheel alignment $1M cash. Call FR 2-6(41, 110
.. 1963. White.
1 I* M* rUX 2720 S.W. Archer Rd. Phone FR
& neater air condition Phone FR
factory .
BO N. Main. FR 64710.AIR S-door, power steering radio N.W. 37th Dr. 2.6313.
Cud .f TkukiS t1 Wanted .. BIT 42848.ItAO Ing. almost new set of white Of
L*.t *.P.... a MaehlBtrr Teela CONDITIONING Tune up I heater. Excellent cond. Can be wall tires back seat .speaker. 1961 FORD ranch wagon 4 dr., Northeentral Florida Courtesy
4 Peneuliseft Scr...cs a BalUJar Materials AMERICAN 10 x 44', 1 BR.j Special. $2JO for performancetest. refinanced. FR 3-5992. This Is a one owner car and Auto. trans.. orig. owner also Largest University Chevrolet
Travel InJ.rm UoSpecUl S 4 B'.elwl" GeedaM front kitchen lot V Hickory All makes and models. VOLKSWAGEN has 27,000 actual mites.- Not a 1955 DeSoto ao, ps, p. 4 dr.,
1940. clean. Independent Dealer
S NeOcea Altlt ea HilL Call 3723155. Hawes Powers Motor Co, Air mechanical: cond., extras good Call scratch on It and It's lust like cream puff.' See at Smith's Sin- N. Main St. at Cta Ave.
Conditioning Servicing Celt t e r. clair 1605 NW 13th St. or phone
7 rtorUUI Mile. Fer Sato FR 4-5345 or FR 2-5520 new. $2,950. Phone owner, 372-
Ball,.Sitter CW11 Can 11 TradiBf P.... WE BUY 204 N. Main St., Phone FR 2- S441, ext. 26 or 376-2111 after 3761084.
,laces To Go Asa tt Article Wanteda 2561. I960 VW 2 dr. sedan good condi- ':30 pm.BRING 1962 BEIGE CORVAIR. Can be
'nJJap Te Bs. Fm. ...* USED MOBILE HOMESTop tion. $950. Call Williston 52854 seen between 3 and 11 p.m. at RAMBLER
70 .,. dollar paid. phone 374-0571. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE *. out the best In or. Cotton's Minit Mart, 317 SW 4th
71 CaD... FSafi your
,AUTOMOTIVE WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 1961 Falcon 2 dr. Superior Auto painting body Ave.
M AlrilABO 8l aKeftUbTI '72 ome. E BJpB"B* Buns Mobil Homes Inc CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. radio, heater. $850 work. Fast dependable service
X.,0. B.... f. Sate KuSca Xerckandife 4920 NW 13 St 3744341 Loaded with everything. $550. 1SC4 ance on trade. Phone High FR 64009.allow- free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S 87 Automobiles Wonter TRADE-IMS
71 Tucks tor Sal N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone m- 4l1. BODY WORKS 2031 NW 61ft St.
.79 Trackt Wate4M 40MODELS 1963 Chevrolet, air conditioned, 4 FR 4-9707.
CORVAIR Mania. 43, equipped Wanted 1950 thru 1954. Fords
Traeten*Track UlaM with radio heater, white side dr. Belalr power brakes & and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th
Trailer BeaiU wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. steering r&h. 20.000 miles. Like 1964" RENAULT, 2.000 miles. $1195. St. AI Herndon Service station.
U Metereyck SeeeteraM U Let fat Sal Assume payments. small equi new. 2250. High allowance on 1961 Corvair coupe auto trans. $995. Are Clean and Better
Aitemetno BepalriU U Watcrtr Bt Fr pert? ON DISPLAY TO CHOOSE ty. Will consider older car for trade. FR *-<109. 1960 Vouxhall. $350
AmUmcblles fer Sate U Heues Fee Sato. FROM LOWEST PRICES. equttv., Call owner at 372-0441 300 SL Mercedes with 1962 Ford Galaxie .......... 1495 DODGEDARTDODGETRUCKS
M Swap Can U CtUCes F.. Sale SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. ext. 33 ..5 weekdays. Will fiberglass 1963 Corvair Monza 4 in floor Used Cars
body. accept reasonable of-
57 Beat
Estate ExckangedEDUCATIONAL :
U Real Estate TRAILER MARTHwy. DeSoto,.157, 4 Dr. 1500. Good con fer or trade for unmodified R&H. steal at $1495.
= dition. Call FR sports Also 1963 Comet custom, 4-D, H & H,
2-454 car. 59 Hillman
38 O t { TevB 17. 'Phone 32S-1050
$1495. 660
64 Rambler
IS Schoela 4k iMtract 49 Minx $395. Call FR 6-0863. POOLE-GABLE Station Wagon. Automatic
BiilaeH Prepertie OPEN WEEKDAYS Ford Convertible. 1944 Crestllner.
Phone 372-3407
FR 2-0245.
1* Mmtld or
Wanted lactnctUa 41 Kesldeatial laceme4t UNTIL 9 'p.m. $395 equity for $200. Balance '63 OLDS JETFIRE R&H. factoryair 119 SE First Ate. Radio. Air Conditioned Reclining Seats. Ex
Farm A Aereate SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 ,$1095.financed.. can R. L. Black 4 speed transmission Turbo JEEP STATION WAGON motor ecutive's Car.
EMPlOYMENT 41 f Cel.ndp Rental* 374-4184. charged engine etc. N I w : lust overhauled good shape. $230 372-4343
4 Property Salts cond. Mr. Gren
FR 23415.
11 Werk Waatet Mate LINCOLN 1953 full power, auto. cash. call anytime 4S5-2&81. 63 Ford Foirlane 500. 4-dr.. automatic transmission
If Werk Wanted Female 3 left at CLOSEOUT PRICES trans. Excellent condition. $250
14 Bales Hcly Wanted RENTALS SAVE to S1.500 or best offer. Call 372-8441, ext. radio and heater .9. $1995
21 or see at 239.8 Fla vet III.
15 B.lp-Kale *r TcMtleIS 44 Cetta, Fer Beat BARKLEY
Mate Help Wanted 45 Fmralshed e* Apt. NEW 10'< wide mobile homes MOTORSDiscounted 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats automatic

Draautte 4< Cafarabked Apt*. Town << Country Trailer Sales transmission air conditioned salex
11 reatale Help Wanted 47 Belief fer Bent Fin.4S 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2.2290.

Bemies Varan. NOW SHOWING gloss nice . . . . . $2195
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* .*... is Rut "64" MOBILE HOMES i
'2* Farm EfBipracBt 60 Beta Rams 2 and 3 bedrooms. all Fl I 62 Ford Galaxy automatic transmission radio

27 L/ee Feed.t.ek A Fertilisert .* Sipplieit 81 SLA KI.Wanted.. Rentals Te Beat your Plans.budget.Terms Drive tailored a little to or. I 6r heater clean . . . . $1695

Landscaping Tep Soil S3 Beardera. Wanted save a lot at 62 Rambler 4-door automatic
M Pete Sippllci 53 Office Desk Space CONNOLLYMobil transmission.

11 LlTtfUtk W....* 54 Butaei Xeatala I Home Sales Inc. radio heater clean . . . $1495
2 Miles North on U. S. 441
FINANCIAL SERVICE e Phone 2-lM 61 Falcon Station Wagon Automatic ,
,M Buiaet Opprtialtl 22 Special Serrlees Closed Sundays
<7 Money .. Li 23 Borne Improvement transmission. Radio heater a nice- clean

U Mrtf *ee 21 ....u. .* TV Sm!.. I TRAILER 2 Bedroom FOR 35'RENT x V, OR good SALE.con- automobile . . . .. .f095
M Hencj Wanted Si Appliance F raitare dition. Call 431-2558 Hawthorne
Fla. 61 Falcon 2 door heater. 1 owner $.945-

TAKE UP PAYMENTS! 10 x 50 up to 500 61 Rambler American 4-door radio heater
66 Mae .For Sal I.. 77 Mobil Homes for Sal. Exra nice Eleona. $47.88 per

month. Lot 47, Hickory Hill Mo VOLKSKAGEN clean . . . . . . $995
bile Home Park FR. 2-4054.
CLOSE OUT SALE TWO bedroom house trailer, $900 63 VOLSW AGEN. Kar- 5-64 Fords 62 Ford 61 Rambler 6-cyl_4-door air condition.auto-
one bedroom house trailer $750. WANT TO TRAVEL IN .
On Wallpaper. 9Be a Roll Can be rented. Phone 374-8234 COMFORT AT MODERATE mann Ghia coupe, air conditioned Galaxle "500", 4 door sedan, 2 door hardtop Galaxle "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission matic trans., radio, a real buy . $1195
HARPER PAINT CO. Monday to, Friday 9 to 5. Blaupunkt radio. 4 door hardtop power steering power brakes. radio heater a cream puff 1-owner.
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 COST? white walls immaculate Automatic transmission, radio heater, 4-3000 I 60 Buick Electra 4 door automatic transmission
For Sale miles. Priced to save you money. $18 9S
CONDITIONING MOBILE SYSTEMS FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES 1959.17Kenskill Travel Trailer. condition. Beautiful dark radio heater, power steering

,Phone "Dan" FR -OM7.AI 1959-Oldsmobile 88 tow car. brown exterior with brakes in excellent condition .
8-63 power
Fords 62 Corvair
HANDYMAN SHOP 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Complete with eze lift trailer matching coffee-colored

AUTHORIZEDCeleman Gainesville 372.5113 hitch spare tire and many ex . . . . . . . $1595
Servlc. Center Hours t to I. Sunday 11 to 7 tras. Trailer has toilet shower leatherette interior. 4 door hardtop 4 door sedan & one convertiwia. Monza Spyder, 4-speed transmission bucket
Service Is a must with us. double sink 4-bumer gas stove $2295 All but two have air conditioning priced from'seats., turbo-charged engine. A real hot box. 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon auto-
ELEC range 169 refrigerator WII refrigerator pressure water Reduced to only: .
good used 750 x 14 Firestone. 1962 PACEMAKER, 10 x 4$'. In tank. sleeping accommodationsfor 2395 to $2495 matic transmission power steering and
4-ply tires. S5 each or all 5 for excellent condition. $3895. Can 2 to 4 people. Very comfor $1895
120. Phone FR 4-0848. be financed locally. Please call table. Tow car runs like new. 61 VOLSWAGEN. Sun- ; brakes . . . . . . $1295
FR 2-1437 between 3 and 1 roof sedan. Pearl white.
p.m. Price Complete $2750. Mrs. J. I
NOW you can enjoy cooking with Bendix 6-63 Chevrolets 55 ""
W. Strawn Melrose, Fla. Tele.. radio. Whitewalls. Ford
gas. Gas range used. Installed GR 52228. .
Excellent condition ONE WEEK SPECIALS
FREE with our LP gas. $45 $1195 2 door hardtops 4 door 4
hardtops door seConvertible, good top finished In bright red.
complete. Propane LP Gas SPECIAL THIS WEEK Bans some with air conditioning all with A real fine older car In good condition. Save I .
5110.SW Archer Road. Phone FR d- 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre 57 VOLKSWAGEN. Sedan. power steering, radio heater automatic transyourself a lot of money on this one at only 59 Rambler, clean ........ $795
lot. $10,000 1 mile S of Paynes mission priced from
ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna GIGANTIC2nd Prairie. For appointments ca 11 Coral red. Radio fully reconditioned $495 61 Rambler $1050
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Double stack complete. NothIng FR 63052. . $695 2495 to 2695 . .
else to buy. SIS. Brants.
S13 N.W. 4th Avenue. Annual IT'S FOOLISHto 59 Chevrolet I I 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895

USED Chain Saws S50 up. New 61 VOLKSWAGEN, Station
pay more. RECKLESS to 3-63 Fiat
Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop. Compare this price
4 r.p saws $89.95. We repair PRESUMMERSELLOUT less.
all chain saws & lawn mowers. pay FACTS. GET THE REAL wagon three full '" where In northeentral Florida and you'll com 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmis-
Chain rentals. MCCulloch. Payments as low as seats. Very clean $1395 1100" 4 door sedans, priced from to Barkley Motors.
Wisconsin saw and Briggs. Stratton $57.29 LAKE per month with $300 down. 1295 sion. radio heater A $aver . $895_
dealer. Florida Sew Co. FR GENEVA 895
3411.. Mobile Homes Sales 59 Ford 9 passenger Station Wagon air condition -
Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla."
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 57 Ford automatic transmission radio
Chairs low as *8. No money Browner 62 Oldsirdtop.
SALE 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals heater . . . $895
I down, low as $5 per month. Station Wagon V-l engine, standard transmission . . . _
Free estimates pickup and delivery "94 door Fully equipped Including a good dependable carl Excellent economy
service. All work guaran RENT a truck one-way anywhere air conditioning. A like new one owner cream
and comfort for the that
on summer
teed. Phone 3747784.STRAWBERRIES. In the USA. from United Rent- puff. Priced at only vacation trip. I ,NO DOWN PAYMENT!
Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR -283S..

DURING 2695 $695 I 2 Vz months before YOUR first poyment is due (July
this Fantastic Sale
25 ets. per quart pick your on. you 83 Motorcycles & Scooters 1030 E. ,
Look for the Malor| Thomas sign can buy a huge 50 x 10 ft. 2 Univ. Ave. I II 2, 1964)' These can are completely reconditioned. Some

on Brooker Road. Phone 485- Bdrm. mobile home. 92 ALLSTATE Cruisair JTOO, FR 2-3582 l-mea h have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone
263$. AIR CONDITIONED 1951 Allstate Crulsalre $125. Both Test the Sunbeam of them is ready to 90.
1954 WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC painted. Call FR 2.3223-
WASHER. Mechanically excellent ONLY 3695OR .. S 16 !Unique Sports Car "Imp"B kl 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Mon. 53 Chev. 2-dr. $12 Mon.
Phone FR 68887. a r
GW Todays 'Special GW Racing style engine ey 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon
70 Boats-Marine Ltufp. e 40 Miles gallon of gasoline
THE beautiful Homemaker 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon.
model by American with 2 Bdrm. 5,000 mile service interval'
16' REGAL LANkER Cabin Cruiser 10 ft. wide. ATCRANE'S Motors 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon.

and trailer. Phone 2.5689. ONLY $2987 55 Chev. 2dr. $31 Mon.

ONE 14' NEWSOME fishing boat Pay Just USED CARS $1 495
with 1957 Johnson elec. starting "In' the Auto Game Lots of Other Models for Less Money! T
motor. and heavy duty trailer 516 S. MAIN ST.
with 2 new tires $500. Call FR $1 la Week 1963 Berkley's the Name"
2-4548. .1 V.W.-with sun roof beautiful red.

21-ft. Inboard boat. Marine engine. And you get on the spot extra clean. This car has radio, heater andis -- P.O.E. OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 RIDGWAY Motor Co.

Completely refinished fiberglass rate financing low down pay. an catcher.
bottom. Like new. Will trade car ments. eye :
or smaller boat. Can be seen at For the price-call FR 6.2425 its 2201 K. Main St. FR 2-4373
Ralyn's Service Station In Cedar Shop to the music of easyto 1132 South Main FR 28433
Key. Phone 244) Priced for JIMMY STRICKLAND trade at
sale at SI.195a .
quick -- -
HP EVINRUDE. light wt., late GLENN REEVES GW CRANE'S GW i---- =-
model $75 or trade for larger

374-4944 motor. Perfect or sea condition.at 814 NE 10th Call THIS WEEKEND!


72 Office fquipmentGAINESVIL.LE'S eee.

Jacksonville 64 RAMBLERSARE
largest volume office
supply dealer Chesnufs
Office Equipment Co. Invites you Trailer Mart
to come In and shop. or call for -
free delivery. Chesnufs Office i 3618 PHILLIPS HWY. ROLLING! & KEETER'sTKXLXtt
Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. Phone 359.2529 '
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. .: I -,
5887 Roosevelt Blvd. -
Phone 388-3544
73 Musical Merchandise .

Christmas Left even. An TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMS
new organs. Savings up to :30
per cent. Earl's Piano Co.
702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222

USED Upright Piano $89. Used LOOKSEE Motors 1UAi t :: 2-D stDA2fneN
Grand Piano $295. New studio Ridgeway
Piano $395. Used Player Piano mDEA..Y.b'Q
S495. Your credit Is good with THESE c
us. Gainesville Music Center. U e d

1025 W. Univ. Ave. 372-5421. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2.8433
UPRIGHT Plan for sale. $115. 59 CHEVROLETImpala
Good condition. Phone FR 2.2487
after 6. 4-door hardtop, beau- *:?:%%
tiful red and white finish. Red
76 Airplane Salu-Rentals Interior. Brand new set of rub
ber. V-I. automatic radio The best of
heater like new condition. Was
FOR SALE $1195,
1959 Cessna 172. $6750. .
1959 Cessna 172. $4400. progressand ;
1952.Piper, PA-22 Trlpacer $3400 $1095 .
1959 Piper PA-22 Trlpacer $4990 a proiitl tradition
1942 Piper PA-28 Cherokee S9900 '59 CHEVROLET a n
141 Piper PA-22 Colt $2990
For details on the above call GA1NESVIU
Impala. 4-door hardtop black
and white. Black and red In
26351._ terior. V-J. automatic. radio.
WANT TO BE A PILOT? heater white walls. A nice
OR renew your old certificate? car. Was $1095. fefcJs A
Join our Piper J-3 flying club. iooy
15 H.P. with starter and gener. $995 ***! "
.tor. No hand cranking. Recorded : T Archer
scheduling for each pilot.
Very small fee to loin. For complete '59 FORD
details call FR 2-4351
CASSEL.IN.THE.AI R. INC.Automotive Custom 300. 4-door, V-a standard
transmission. 1-owner.
Like new condition. 41,000 actual
miles. Was $845, t

77'' Mobil Homes for Sal

'MODELS IN'STOCK. ALL 11I., 11; ..
DITIONED. 011 changes lubricated
and new Miter cart-
Trailer Sales ridges.

Horn of Open This Sunday 1RAND NEW Self Adjusting

Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes 2 to 6 p.m. 964 FALCON Brakes

Travel Trailers
Ocala's First Mobile Home
Dealer Sine 1941 RaulersonMotors 6,000'mile Oily
1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
Phone 6291351Ocala. >. G< ',4/X" wXJ. .r,: Change

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O 36,000-mile

I Lubrication:
14', LONESTAR 10 BIG H.P. FISHER Johnson 1611 HAWTHORNE Whichever car you drive with the 1
MAN with ROAD Oil Filter
Excellent condition. fl
motor. ___
Leaving town. Cash talks. Ask 372-5285 exclusive three-pointed star'on the Air Cleaner
tor Mr. Turner Cedar KeyTr.D. Home of.A-l Used CarsCARSTRUCKSJEEPS Q ________ v
., Park. Call 2901.
radiator you will ,experience the 1

same thrills as 'the Mercedes. w
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I pride In superb workmanshIp'down to

with directional radio finder
equipped the smallest detail.remarkable dura

depth finder ship-shore radio. 2 Mark 35s bility and the of SEE 'THE UNEXPECTED FROM FORD" ERED
reassuring feeling
total SO h.p. Meres., flying bridge :with $243175DELtl

canvass full back top. toilet facilities safety in any situation. MUSTANG NOW- ON DISPLAY

aboard. Anchor anchor ropes running '
) -f F ; .
for 110. Port motor .
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has lights generator..has @ < Satisfied C.ustomers-Our Most Important Asset"

The Boat Will Be On Display AtNEWMAN'S



Between 2 P.M. & 6 P.M. CRANE ,
io3.. demonstration purposes. 'TIL v p.m. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ,

,Any. further:,: details call; 238 'WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE FR 6.5371
'MFR\"'2.0486 FR'6-6957 506 S. UNIVERSITYAVE I 2 FR' '2-4251

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I I COMING BACK. II SHAW and ue : Ti : -

l.. MARK ... 63 CADILLACSedan
'i I I II -
DOWNS ? De Ville. Factory air. Au- KEETER C e C' -
tronic eye. 4 window hardtop SAVE S300-S500 NOW
sedan. White with deluxe De $4995 ... :
Ville interior Low mileage. One -
NO owner. 63 FORDd.a -:

I 62 CADILLAC 500. 4-door. ra -.
heater, power steering, ATNorth
Sedan. Factory air/ fully equipped. Cruise-0-Matic, white walls $
3495 attractive solid blue finish 2195 ..
free gifts"NO Very nice. with matching blue In.
terior. For this sale reduced
to only: Central
61 '
63 FORD -
Sedan De Ville. Factory air 6 win- {* 4 -

; I dow green hardtop interior.sedan.Sold Beautiful& serviced light by T\2995 \ Galaxie Bucket seats 500XL-, Florida's :

B & G. 35,000 miles.. Will pass r Matic transmission ...
the most critical
I ., steering, radio heater, -
60 white finish. White
CAMPAIGNS li tires. A real good buy at
I Sedan De Ville. Factory air, full
power autronic eye, distinctive S259.5 :t.1: 62 FORD .
ebony. Interior Immaculate. 33,- Fairlane 500, '
> I 000 actual miles. t#11\: Air : $i INDEPENDENT DEALER :
;JU5T 60 CADILLACSedan if heater transmission, ed.4$15 9 5 s3' I

-..- tires. Solid ;,Y
air conditioner, with beautiful ..
.. beautiful 52495 ... tedor..J f 61 FALCON 63 T-BIRD
blue. I
GOOD, HONEST I 62 FORD Ranchero. pickup for economy and Convertible automatic transmission
I'" .J 1 convenience. power steering factory air Sharp.
: DEALS ON 60 CADILLAC / Galaxle.500. AIR WAS $1195 SAVE $300 WAS $4195 SAVE $500

MatlcCONDITIONED.transmission Cruisedr. Now $895
Now $3695
S dio heater power F1745
Hardtop sedan. White, power | QQ S a very Ing white pretty wall futon tires.
: QualItyAutomobiles 'with white over ,e
preen A real, special at 63 CHEVROLETBelAir 62 CORVAIR

I 63. OLDS 98 only: 6-passenger station, wagon. Monia, automatic transmission radio
Ia I ,
II Very clean condition automatic transmission heater.
Sedan. Factory air, fully equipped S3495 I heater., power steering radio and WAS $1795 SAVE $200Now1595

White a real beauty. s' WAS $2895 SAVE $500

'63"BUICK 62 OLDS 88 .?r' : Now $2395 55 FORD4dr.

Electra "221" 4 door sedan faolory
air, power ,tt.rtng. power Hardtop sedan factory air, power 57 WILLYSStation
brakes radio heater automatic steering & brakes electric seat. S2495 sedan.
transmission and In. Plenty' beige of room.outside Two upholstery.tone blue with blue vinyr wagon radio heater and tu- WAS $295 SAVE $200Now95
tone paint.
$3695 WeekendSpecials WAS $595 SAVE $200 J

'63 BUICK r :I E>> Now $395 62 CORVAIRMonza

Special Deluxe 4 door sedan
v..a. automatic transmission, 59 CADILLACeetwood 2dr. coupe. 4-speed, radio,
beige finish. Plent- of fee heater a very clean automobile.
tory warranty left. 1 Year GW 4-dr, 1 Including
$2195} Warranty I air conditioning.fully equipped WAS $1795 SAVE $200Now1595

t f WAS $2195 SAVE $400

Li '63 Volkswagen CLOSED SUNDAY Now $1795
Vinyl Interior. AIR CONDI 61 FALCON2dr. 63 FORD I
TIONED. .You must tee It to GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY .
believe It. SEE OUR REPRESENTATIVE ON MO SAY 62 CHEVROLETBelAir Convertible like new. Automatic
I $1695 Sport Coupe. Equipped with bucket transmission power steering, radio.
seats, straight shift, radio, heater, a sharp 2 dr., 6-cylinder, standard heater.
59 OLDSSuper light green finish. Good white wall tires. $8 9 5 tires.transmission, radio heater white wall WAS $2995 SAVE $300

62 CHEVROLET 88 hardtop sedan. Factory WAS $1895 SAVE $400 Now $2695
Impale 2 door Super Sport. $ -
Full power Including factory air, power steering, electric win- 1195
F air bucket seats center con e I I dows & seat. One owner. Sold 61 FORD f I Now $1495
sole. 15.000 slow miles. Teal t I I & serviced by B & G i
blue with white top. I I 1 61 MERCURYStation
$2495 I}I 60 BUICK 4-dr. Fairlane 50\( equipped with V-8 engine I 56 FORD like automatic
I wagon new
I radio, heater, Ford-O-Matic transmission I transmission power steering radio
Ii:1 'Invicta hardtop sedan. Dark blue. S I 1195 I ) a very sharp light blue finish. $945 I Fairlane! 4-dr, radio sedan.heater.Automatctransmission Clean. heater.
.62 II Exceptionally clean. Compare this price anywhere. WAS $595 SAVE $200 WAS $1995 SAVE $300
2 door hardtop model. 4. I I i i
In tn* floor and full of go.r I Now $1695 '
$3895 '63 CHEVROLETImpala 60 CHEVROLET Now .$395

i I I I _. -.J. .... ..__L.: & ? ':, '
sedan. 13.000 miles. In \ 52 FORD
'62 FALCONStation factory warranty. Economical 6. \f 95 4-dr. Bel-Air, 6-cylinder, radio, heater. An 62 CHEVROLETImpala
r Wagon deluxe selll. with auto trans. A real beauty. attractive tutone blue finish. A fine carat $9' 9 5 t I 4-dr. hardtop. Automatic 2dr. hardtop. Radio heater.
Automatic, very transmission.clean. Rldio.h.lt.r a reduced price. I I heater.transmission power steering radio, WAS $295 SAVE $150

f $1495- I 60 CORY AIR I II WAS $2295 SAVE $300Now.$1995 Now 145

Sedan, radio heater standard
-61 BUICKElecfcFa shift folding rear seat. 695 I! 64 FORD i -

hardtop fully MS Riviera powered 4 IncludIng door- 4-dr. Equipped with 6-cylinder engine, radio 63 CHEVROLET Country sedan 9-passenger wagon,
:.automatic.. transmission. ra 59 IMPALA heater, standard shift transmission. I automatic transmission, radio heater. -
dio. power windows.; power ,
Impala 4-dr. hardtop automatic
seats, power vent panes Very attractive solid white finish. Come see I transmission steering- radio WAS- $3495 SAVE. $400 :,
$2295 Hardtop sedan, V-8, auto. trans..
and save on this one! heater. Now3O95
power steering. S995 I WAS $2995 SAVE $400 :.

Electra:'60 ta BUICK 4 door hardtop 63 FALCONStation ,Ii I Now $2595 63 CHEVROLET ::

with air power steering power SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Impala convertible, radio heater, automatic v.
I brakes extra. solid clean.white.35,000 actualmiles wagon. Low mileage clean. J *f *J ft jF I ON-THE-SPOT 58 FORD transmission 9,000 miles- .-.
$1495 Stick shift. I / jj J 6% FINANCING- I Ranch wagon. Automatic transmfssic.. WAS new.$2995 SAVE $300 ?-
power steering, radio, heater.
ON ALL USED rNow2695
.. II WAS $795 SAVE $300
"'60 BUICK 61 FORD CARS! : I

4 eluding door sedan air. Turquoise full powtr with. Salaxie, hardtop jedan. Factory 14 -A f* 12-MONTH Now $495
white to
1 $1395 air, power iteering. I Jb 7 SERVICE PLAN 63 FALCON Signet 200 convertible, white with "

b 4 LOW DOWN red interior, bucket seats, radio ;;
2-dr. sedan. Like new with heater.
61 DODGEPioneer ZYARA PAYMENT heater standard transmission.
6Wagon 0 BUICK ) WAS $1795 SAVE $300 WAS $2395 SAVE $300 : W

brakes, radio power steering automatic power station wagon, power $ I Now $1495 .NNow2O95
trtnsmUslon.eJust right for 13 95 I ;
summer vacation. steering. Solid. Extra nice. ..
:.- $1495 59 CHEVROLETS845 62 CHEVROLET2dr.

c.%r 59 CHRYSLERNew I hardtop Impala, automatic 63 CORV AIR _

: 4-dr. transmission steering, radio Monza coupe. 4-speed, radio, heater,
> wagon. Fully' equipped including .
BUICK pow- I
5?: Yorker, hardtop coupe. Factory and heater. new.WAS
4 door Mdan. Rrtio. hwttr. $1195 erglide transmission, radio, heater; Beautiful WAS $2295 SAVE $300 $2095 SAVE $200Now1895 =
mist.automatic with trtnvnlwion.white toe* Ron .ir. loaded vim extras. White. tutone light green and dark green I;
$895 finish. Better hurry on this one. Now $1995

I 59 MERCURY 60 E. FORD 59
'59 MERCURY Southampton hardtop sedan. Air S 895
4 door hardtop'power steering, cond. Anglia 2-dr. sedan heater 4-speedtransmission El!-Camino pickup radio heater, 6-
power brakes radio heeler.lutom.tlC 2-dr. hardtop. Equipped with power steering a very clean car. cylinder standard transmission.
.. tra-wmlsslon. I power brakes, power windows, radio, WAS $795 SAVE $200 WAS $1095 SAVE $200Now895

$695'NO 58 'LINCOLN heater, Merco-Matic transmission, plus air $1 1045 Now $595

Caprihardtop coupe. In excel- conditioning too! White wall tires. A sharp
DOWN lent condition.- A tremendous buy. .5745 solid white finish. Now only: -
,PAYMENTPer 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales :

Month 62 PONTIAC r 62 FORD o... -
57 Cadillac, loaded $42 1. 'Low or no down payment :
1 57 Plymouth ... $28 Bonnevl'II., hardtop sedan factoryair $ Econolinff Bus. Equipped with radio, heater. -
full power, solid vinyl uphol- 2 495 Clean light blue and white finish. A real I Icampers' 2. Lowest monthly payments :
t 1295
door stery.
57 Dodfl 2
dream. See this !
one now
I '
hardtop -
[ 3. Save $200 to $600 on the 'total price :

I t 57 Wagon Chevrolet...Station... SJ4 LOOK AT THESE LOWER PRICE ..


... ... $20
56 Cadillac $100 55 Olds .. $150 2-dK Fairlane V-8 engine Ford0Meti'ctransmission
I 59 Ford V..8.... $M 55 Cadillac .$200 56 Olds . $295 I radio i heater. Beautiful 295
OPEN TIL 9 Across from the Center
58 Olds . $395 55 Chevy $150 bronze and tan finish. See and Save at Shopping
57 Olds sedan $395 54 Chevy . $50B&G only:



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r FR 6-7571 NEW CARS: 115SE2nd St.. .. FR 6.7515 PHONE 372-0503 WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN PHONE 372.6313
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Sukarno Calls Off U.S. munist party attacks on the When Roger Maris hit 61
Trip I
UF Calendar. I United States had generated a home runs in 1961 and Mickey
hostile attitude toward him I Business Cards
received advices from
JAKARTA Indonesia (AP- among Americans.He Mantle smacked 54 these were
(May'3-10, 1964 of Fairs Short Course, Student ]President Sukarno hascanceled, :. that his recent attacks on was told, the sources added the most homers ever hit by two
Friday'- State'Track Meet, Service Center :a trip this month to the United U.S. foreign policy ,and aid to that it would not be useful players on the same team in! Your own personal card
Class B, Florida Track May 7 International Eco- States after being advised that Indonesia plus Indonesian ComSameswlk for him to make the trip now. one season. I esig"ed.with! skill and $4'50
nomic Relations the American public is hostileto Imagination.'Er .
Saturday Groundbreak i n g Room i
Ceremonies for new Florida UnIon 18, Matherly Hall t him, foreign diplomaticsources
Building; 3:30 p.m., Radio May 7-9 Beef Cattle said Saturday. Sun ELECTDASHWOOD For 1,000 CardsTwo
Road and McCarty Drive Short Course, Livestock Pavil- There was no comment from ( ( wk. del.)
-State ion I the U.S. Embassy the Indonesian M0 FS :MEUUIANDLSt! : J.
Swimming Meet, Class HICKS limns
AA, University Pool Ezhibitis Foreign Ministry.The : .*
-State Track Meet Class' A May }.11 Glenn Alps-Collo- sources said Sukarno had COUNTY h 9 Letterheads Custom Business Forms
and AA, Florida TrackConferences graphs Western Association of 1 I 5L i I Envelopes Complete Art Dept.
Art Museums, Florida Union Lunch Where Your Friends Lunch- COMMISSIONERA I
,: "When You Want Quality Call
and Short Courses Bryan Lounge WHERE? Man Who Will Work Any "--.";
-Visual Craft of William Amount Of Time To Improve CENTRAL FLORIDA PRINTING
May 1-2 state 4-H Events Necessary -
Day, 4-H office Golden The American 'aLarm anel las Our Government. . '
tute of Graphic Arts, Insti-I Pd.-4"\UY. 1823 Hawthorne Rd. Phone 376-4321
_May 3-5-Florida Federation Union North Wing 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE i I -


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