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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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IJ :: :MIAMI (AP-Mayors Haydon JEAN CARVERSun These are the top five vote
Burns of Jacksonville and Rob- Staff Writer
J ert King High of Miami regrouped Record Turnout
With the exception of J oh nConnell's Sheriff Jce Crevasse 12,244.
their forces today for a
runoff battle that will put a big- upset over County W. S. (Tiny) Talbot, school
city man in the Florida governor's Judge H. H. McDonald, a rec- Alachua County vote superintendent's race 11,139.
; chair for the first time. ord turnout of Alachua County tabulation by precincts on Public Defender, R. A. (Buz-
Burns, who had campaignedever voters sent incumbents back for Page 4.Canvassing. zy) Green Jr. 10,908.
f. since he ran third in the repeat terms in yesterday's Sen. Spessard Holland10,-
y = 1960 governor's race, scored election.

t 4t1 strongly in every county, large Unofficial reports from last by Mrs. Bethea, 486.Jasper Joiner, school board
and small, to finish on top in night's tally at the registrationoffice County Judge H. H. McDonaldand 10,253.In .
Tuesday's Democratic primary indicate more than 17,000of County Commission Chair- the governor's race, it was
"<. by nearly 100,000 votes. the 26,267) voters went to the man G. M. Davis is not likelyto Haydon Burns, John Mathews,
But the bigger surprise in a polls yeserday, or roughly 65 be finished today, Mrs. Scott Kelly, Robert King High,
;i f six-man contest that drew the per cent of those eligible. Bethea said. Fred 0. (Bud) Dickinson a nd
heaviest vote in state historywas Another 516 votes will be add- She also said she wanted to Fred Karl in that order.
... ;: ; the second-place victory of ed to the count when absentee explain that early morning prob- Republican governor candi-
< ;* v '7rj High, a newcomer to the state- ballots are added to the official lems with several voting ma- dates were led by Charles Hol
wide political scene.Campaigning canvass. chines were caused by operat- ley with Bob Foster, second
'- Y .v h ,p on a shoestring Registration Supervisor Mrs. ing mistakes by poll workers and Ken Folks last.
rj ; : : while the others were spendinga Alma Bethea said this morningshe and not malfunctioning ma The Republican turnout in the
; record $2.2 million, High was is'"fairly certain" there will chines. county showed 440 of 1,770 reg-

Statewide returns in the governor's race kept lights burning into the early hours so that lightly they virtually regarded ignored by his foes him be a runoff between County The registration supervisorsaid istered voted yesterday.Race .

at Haydon Burns' headquarters here allowing+ supporters like Phil Barton and Mrs. while concentrating their fire on Commissioner Claude Brandon workers mistakenly forgotto by race, here's how the
\ Carlisle celebrate the Burns and Arthur of the control lever from in Alachua
Wayne right, to victory. each other. Thompson High adjust 32 precincts County
Duval County gave Burns a Springs. Republican to Democrat and the reported unofficially:
smashing sendoff with Brandon had 5,731 votes to machines would not operable un- U. S. SENATE Holland, 10-
a marginof
nearly 4-to-l over his home Thompson's 4,770. Third candi- til the machine',supervisor ex- 486; Odham, ,4,715.GOVERNOR .
Iynes? Faircloth? town opponent, Sen. John E. date James Wershow received plained the proper adjustmentto (DEMOCRATS)
(Jack) Mathews Jr., and the 3,445 votes. the poll workers. (See COUNTY on Page 2)You'd )

52-year-old mayor ran first or
second in almost all of the 67
!ll MIAMI (AP) Incumbent in from rural counties where counties. Think They Could Add '1
r.t| James Kynes and Earl Fair- votes are counted by hand. :
Absentee Vote High, too, had a representative w'i.
cloth went shouldertoshoulderto Faircloth, a state representative '
the wire today in thrilling from Miami out-polled his cross-section of votes' and .. ..". ':':' : ,
I after: ,the ballots of the bigger ', .:".,.'fd"...... '. : : :: 'i1r
race for the attorney'general's To Decide Racehair's opponent by a better than three cities had been co I1ted,'be helda -, :,. :. :-.1'tW"J J J'i: :; ::.. \ ,._ .. 't
office. to-one margin in vote-rich Dade, .."" ,
30,000 vote second-place maregin <. : ...
.,. .
made :
but Kynes up for it else 't'f" '..
Fred 0 Dickinson
t With only a handful of pre- over an ;
breadth deficit where. .
an early ,..
cincts still to report returns early favorite who had the most U.- ,; <.
from Tuesday's Democratic first of more than 20,000; votes. Barring a totally unexpected money and the most elaborate ? .:;:.
Returns from 2,265 of Flor- Republican write-in ,victory in
organization of all.
-t primary, it appeared the contest ida's 2,279 voting precinctsgave November's general election, ,,
might be decided by the absent Dickinson faded and then Sen. { 1
?1. Faircloth 452,700 votes the Democratic nominee will
Scott of Lakeland
Kelly came on
If tee vote. and Kynes 452,321. automatically become the state's to challenge High for the run- "'\'. .

\ Kynes, charging forward like Faircloth rode a heavy tide of chief legal advisor. ner-up spot. As the later votes
i the football player he once was, votes from Dade County to an But neither Kynes nor Fair- rolled in, all from the smaller o VQ'x6 N
made the race one of the elec- early lead, then saw most of it cloth claimed victory. counties, Kelly whacked stead-
( tion's closest by narrowing to a disappear as later returns came The counties must have their ily away at High's margin.He .
absentee ballots counted by Fri whittled the difference to '
day. The official statewide can- 20,000then nearly to 10,000, and -
1 vass won't be completed until 1 r .
High still had the jitters when S r
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next Tuesday. he left his campaign SS
l headquarters
l TmlingtonII .r< Heavy absentee balloting was and went home at an early --: (
reported in numerous counties, hour with some precincts still
with Dade registering about 1- unreported in Kellyland.Still ;

500, Hillsborough, 1,700, Pinellas to be counted also were
II i Easy Victor 1,200, Palm Beach 1,100 and. Du thousands of absentee ballots.

val 1,700. These must be tallied in the precincts 1
.J Dade's 238 precincts gave by Friday and the State 1 I- I !W
Faircloth 108,850 votes to 32,279 Canvassing Board has until ;
Ir.I for Kynes recently appointed to Tuesday to release them. 4 sus I
first to his Unofficial -
A Rep. Ralph Turlington's response t
"delighted" .u- t
t the attorney general's post by
near 2-1 victory for an eighth term in the Florida Legisla- anybody wanted it or 4L
Gov. Farris .
Bryant.But not, the runoff meeting of Burns
ture was a simple "oh, pshaw. 1 1i
Kynes ran up margins and High will bring the civil s.
"I am delighted, of course," Turlington said. "It was a hard 56,758 to 40,964 in Duval County, rights issue clearly to the front.In i: ,
I fought campaign. Of all the campaigns where I have been opposed 26,644 to 13,261 in Escambia and this field, they are political k
this is my most successful." 24,425 to 17,367 in Polk to go opposites.

( He said the 9,666 unofficial votes cast for him against 5,102 for with his strength in the more Burns, hit by racial troublesin ;
opponent Richard Wilson was the highest percentage of votes he rural areas.Faircloth. Jacksonville during the cam- Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma Bethea, center right, flanked by scorekeeping
ever recorded against an opponent. who attacked Kynesas paign, is a staunch opponent of reporters and candidates, records the returns from Alachua County's 32 precincts at
the "crown prince of the Bry- the civil rights bill pending in last night's vote tabulation at the courthouse. (Election' photos by Eddie Davis.) 'I'
"Both my' opponent and I conducted hard-fought campaigns, ant aministration," soifght to Congress. High promised to en-
Turlington said. "It was a good, hard fought campaign that was become the first state cabinet force it if it is enacted into law.
good for the candidates and was good for the country. I will do member from south Florida. In unofficial returns from all S

my best to serve the interests of the county. Looking back I think Kynes, 35, a former all-South- but a few of Florida's 2,279 pre-, Talbot Williams and Joiner
the campaign will help me to do it" eastern Conference football cen- cincts, Burns piled up a total of .
Wilson was not available for comment last night, but was reached ter for the University of Florida, 301,042 votes. High got 204,436. ,
this morning and made the following statements: campaigned primarily on his Then came Kelly with 198,067

"I congratulate Ralph. I thought it was a good, clean campaign J, record and experience. Dickinson with 179,507, Mathews Victors in School Contests
, and I think the important thing now is for all of us to get behind Incumbent Chairman EdwinL. with 136,025() and Rep. Fred S
him and get Alachua County in the mainstream of development" Mason easily won Democratic Karl of Volusia County with ""J:
nomination to a second termon 84,873. CLIF CORMIER Talbot lost in the dimin- prised at his
,- "I didn't go in this thing to lose, he answered when asked if By only whopping margin
be expected to win. the State Utilities CommisSee The Democratic nominee will Sun Education Writer utive precincts of Newb err y, ,

He said it is too premature to say whether he will run again. ( ATTY. GEN. on Page 3)I ) have. a Republican opponent in William S. (Tiny) Talbot, the High Springs and Island Grove. "My family and I had it fig-
November. On the GOP side, portly principal of Gainesville ured that I would get about 10-
Rep. Charles Holley of Tinellas High wno had to forsakethe Highest support for all three 000 votes and Mr. Evans about j.
led strongly and was hopeful, campaign! trail Monday to winners came from Precinct 29 5,700."

I t i ElectionataGlance but not yet sure, of winning substitute for ,one of his class- (Howard Bishop School). Tal- Reached at his home immed-
without a runoff. bot 1,085 votes there, Joiner J
room teacners, swept to an unexpectedly iately after the election where
Returns from 1,862 precinctsgave 1
1,014 and Williams 865.
easy victory over he celebrated the victory with .
votes to
Holley 70,408 4,759
Evans in the school Talbot said, he was not surTALBOT friends, the GHS _,
Harry superintendent popular principal -
General Tax AssessorJ.
Winning candidates in yes- State Attorney for H. B. Foster of Fort Myers
terday's statewide primary Pierce Smith, the incumbent Beach and 27,581 for Ken Folksof race yesterday. made the following state- ._
Absentee ballots being coun- won. Orlando. Talbot's unofficial 11,139 votes ment:
election: ted today will decide the close School SuperintendentA Both Burns and High immedi- over his opponent's 4,030 was "I want to thank all my

Governor race between incumbent James. solid victory by W. S. (Tiny) ately began courting the sup- second highest vote total in the friends who wonted for my
Kynes and Earl Faircloth. Talbot. Sheriff Joe Crevasse r election. I wasn't able to.get
Burns county. ,
Democrat Haydon Public Utilities Commissioner (See GOV. on Page 3)) S '
in the County Commission claimed the high total. out and talk to voters just
first, will compete May
Edwin L. Mason the victor.
Incumbent Claude Brandonand before the election because I
26 runoff election with second- Also scoring lopsided vietuie
runner Robert King High of Public Defender Arthur W. Thompson will in county school board races ran out of suoititutes at GHS
compete in the second primary, and had to teach typing."I .
Miami. Jomer who beat
j Robert A. (Buzzy) Green the May 26, for a majority of the WHERETO were Jasper ', am particdarly gI ateful'
Lassiter Mason In District III .
51 Republican Charles Holley over-whelming winner. votes. to my-staff for seeping the race "
jf J of SU ,Petersburg, first, in a State Representative Edgar Leo Johnson in a slim FIND IT and incumbent Willard Williams out of the daisrooms. I invite
runoff with H. B. Fos- Incumbent Ralph Turlington his Dash- winner over Jack Zitn* -.
possible victory over opponent, the opposition to mite and help
Returns this4idn't won.'f' merman m D-ttrict H. ,
ter of Fort Myers. wood Hicks.
.show conclusively Comics .. . 26 Joiner piled I'p 10,253'' unofficial us make the A-'achua Countyschool :
morning Martin beat hiS challenger -
Count)'/Judge Sidney Classified 29-31 system the best in the
that Holley had a ma- Leiman Batten. votes to his opponent s 2- "
Entertainment . 27 state
of the votes cast. vldo'iy Board 12. Williams was reelected witha -
; jority An upset for challenger School ;: .
A Evans said
Obituaries . 2 disappointed
vote total of 9.031 to Z :imerman's .
John Connell Willard E. Williams over
. U. S. Seante Sheriff Opinion Page . 6 ,20S. t ri he was surprised at the margin :--
Jack Zimmerman.
, 1921Women' of votes by which he was beaten.
Sports -
u. and Joiner officially -:._
.Spessard Holand a decisive Incumbent Joe' Crevasse. was Jasper N. Joiner won over Williams .
. 14 15
I I winner.. re-elected., '.- Lassiter Mason. had the better of it in:every --...- ., .
i J1 ; precinct in the county while .(See SCHOOL BD. on Page 2)or .

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2 Goineiville un Wednesday May 6. 1964

WaiIi Keeps Rolling in Ind. ; Taft Victor in 'ohio ; I

By ARTHUR EDSON nor of Minnesota picked up M. Young, a bouncy 75-year-old about a Wallace victory here .yor Robert King High of Miami counted, Welsh had 355,632, j
around a fourth of the votes who wants to keep his job, His slate of unpledged electors'won spots in the May 26 runoff. votes to Wallace's 165,437. 1

WASHINGTON (APT -Once ; Primaries Across Nation I cast for his finest showing in found the voters like John H. won by a lop-sided margin overa NEW MEXICO-Land Commissioner Goldwater led Stassen by '

again voters have proved how years. Glenn.Jr. even though a bath-| pro-Johnson ticket. Once more : E. S. Johnny Walker 248,986 to 99,535. \

much they like a famous name Write-ins illegal in Indiana -room fall had taken him out of Alabama Democrats are in full had a narrow lead over State In Ohio, with 10,637 of 13,311 4precincts j
-and George C. Wallace, Ala-I Turn Up Surprise Votesconvention and Stassen collected the the race. Glenn's name stayedon revolt against the national par ;Sen. Fabian Chavez in their reporting, Taft had :
bama's states' rights governor, the ballot, and about one-,, race for the Democratic nomi- buried Brown, 505,551 to 139,985. 1
windfall. In New Hampshire,
has proved he can stir up problems third of the Democrats voted for ty.In nation as U.S. representative. Young was ahead of Glenn
Cabot Lodge won
for Democrats even while votes in his chase I It was'a big primary day, and where Henry a him anyway. Macon: County, Ala., scene DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA- 388,131 to 169,118.Oh .
Stassen ran
confusing with write-ins, of racial unrest, three out of stuff here. The Everyone knows the
losing. I after the Republican presidential -often a thoroughly bad sixth and last, with a trifle Elsewhere around the country Purely local yes.
four Negroes seeking, office appeared Rev. E. Franklin Jackson, gist of what a candidate says
Seven widely scattered prima- nomination;
of the vote. there these
ries were held Tuesday in -Wallace lost to President! one.Take Indiana. While Demo- over one per cent were developments: to have won. Democratic former district chairman of the when he wins and when _he

which: Johnson's man in Indiana, Gov.I crats were trying to, figure out Or take Ohio. Here Rep. Robert OKLAHOMA Former foot- nomination. National Association for the Advancement loses, but what of the candidatewho
I with how of Wallace's votes Taft Jr. made his first move ball coach Bud Wilkinson was: of Colored People, runs well in a, race from
Robert Taft Jr. and'Bud Matthew E. many John- toward taking over the Senate an easy winner in his try for FLORIDA-Spessard L. Holland won with his slate for Democratic which he officially withdrew?
Wilkinson scored landslide' victories around 30 per cent of the votes were really against having seat held by his late father, the the GOP senatorial nomination.His ,a senator for 18 years, party offices. Down in Houston, Tex., John
the Republicans were
;t he claimed victory. son too. "Mr. Republican" of his party. opponent was to be decidedin won the Democratic nominationfor Getting around to the scorecard Glenn said his only hopes now
of their difficulties,
-Astronait.John, H. Glenn "We eye GOP nominationwith runoff between the incum- a fourth term. the for health.
-' ," Goldwater had been expectedto Taft won the a on some of. major are improving
in Washington
Jr. ran well In a race from the liberals saId."Wishful breeze in, with Harold E. a knockout victory over bent Sen. J. Howard Edmondson Six Democrats were runningfor i races here's the breakdown on "Just plan to get better," he 4

which he had withdrawn; Wallace Welsh Stassen minimum Secretary of State Ted Brown. and State Sen. Fred Harris. governor. Mayor Haydon Indiana: said. "My progress Is coming '
supplying op-
Arizona-Sen. picked Barry up Goldwater Indiana's 32 of said. oosition. But the former gover- But Democratic Sen. Stephen ALABAMA No question I Burns of Jacksonville and MaSher -I With 4,210 of 4,416 precincts I along pretty good. i'I


L M'I Weather RoundupZONES Brandon, > Crevasse Easy < tuaries : '

v"A __ ThompsonIn JOYCE GILBERT
f ,
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z41k \ Sheriff Victorfor Mae Gilbert, 29, died yesterday 1
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...D4toIoIoCIICII.A ,Run-Off at her home here after suf.
T fering an apparent heart attack.
,.,'' \.\....... f Joe Crevasse
I .4'; .. C \ By JIM McGUIRKSun swamped tack.
t/t .. _. \.. Staff Writer his opponent in a record She was a native of LaCrosse, '/
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number of votes 12,244 inyesterday's
__________, ..... Incumbent Claude Brandonand election.It Wis.
primary 4-1Ij r ; Funeral service was at grave-
B C Generally fair High Springs City was the highest total tallied :
j 'I side in Hillcrest Memorial Park .
through Thursday. Low tonight w VJ1BMBTSfH Arthur W. Thompson candidate here .
by a yesterday.And
Ct. with Rev. R. B. Keyes officiating
60 to 65, high Thurs- F \\3\ emerged yesterday as run-off it probably was the high- i- at 2 p.m. today. Williams- ,
day 85, east and northeast 10 opponents for the District One
{ \
; est tallied.
yJi. .. ever Thomas Funeral, Home 'was in
Ny to 20 mile winds. ,- \ -\ County Commission Seat. R. D. (Bob) Jordan, an ex- LJ-. charge of arrangements.
"' Brandon led
-ir\ \9 Thompson 5,731 deputy and ex-juvenile coun- Survivors include her hus-
A Clear to partly cloudy and mild \ I to 4,770, in unofficial returns, selor, pulled a slim total of _
band, Lloyd and a son, LloydA.
iL through Thursday. \ ;
:: '. with attorney' James Wershow 3,928 votes less than one for .
I fair ,...
E F H Generally through H eliminated from the with
Thursday. Low tonight In 60s. high : race .every three cast for Crevasse.
WILLIAMS JOINER Thursday 15 to 90. East and northeast _' 3,445 votes.It "I'm tire," Jordan told reporters GERTRUDE ROGERS
10 to 20 mile winds.
CAlI &I takes a majority of the after the returns were I Funeral services for Mrs.

More About day.D -Low Partly tonight cloudy 60 to through 65 high Thurs Thurs total vote to win. The race Is in last night. "But I'm not bit Gertrude Lofton Rogers, 71,
day 80 to 85. Northeast 10 to 20 mile built that I 2325 SE 8th Place who died
d.u'Seas subsiding this afternoon C at large-which means votes ter. I'm not way. ,
School Bd. .no Tonr g nr. GAINESVILLE WEATHER from the entire county count. assume the people are still sat Monday night, will be at 2 p.m.
G J Partly cloudy through Thursday The first primary victory isfied with what they have," he I tomorrow in the Jones-Johnson
few brief
Low tonight 65 to 75. high along Thursday coast. -Municipal Airport readingsfor statements of the winners appeared said. Funeral Home with Rev. R. B.
From Page I 80 winds.K to. 85. Northeasterly 10 to 20 mile 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: a forecast of the issues: "I can't say if I'll run. again Keyes, pastor of Eastside Bap-

High 80 at 2 p.m., low 58 at the; voters can expect in the an office," he replied to tist Church, officiating. Burial
Partly cloudy through Thurs CREVASSE
Said Evans: "The will of the who watched the precinct day with a few brief showers. Low 2 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. run-off. I. questioning. will be in Windsor Cemetery.
people was clearly expressed. being> posted in the crowded of- tonight 85. Northeasterly 70 to 75.10 high to 20 Thursday mile winds.80 to Brandon relied heavily on his Crevasse was jubilant over Pallbearers will be John

I congratulate Mr. Talbot and lfice of Supervisor of Registra- ELSEWHEREH L Prep record and membership on a the outcome. He thanked all Two UF Profs Dodd, William Strawn, Francis

: thank all the people who gave,tion Mrs. Alma Bethea. ALMANAC Miami Jacksonville 80 78 74 60 functioning county commission those who voted for him and Johnson, Ernest Roughton, Lee

'Id me their support. I By 8:30: he had piled up a Sunset today.............. 7.10 p.m. Tampa 86 66 "team," while Thompson fired promised to continue his serviceas Hewett and John B, Bass.
........ At
,lead of than 5,000 votes Sunrise tomorrow 542 am. Atlanta 76 53 sheriff in the tradition he SymposiumLANCASTER
ri I be of assistance more Moonrise tomorrow....... 307 New Orleans 84 63 the opening shots of barrage
'If can any a.m. a
f to :over Mason. He said he could New Moon .................. May II Boston 57 42 has set during 10 years in the ALICE WESTBROOKSALT
.;)I in the future I will be glad New York 77 49 clearly intended to crack the"team" Pa.
Fortysix -
his as SPRINGS Mrs.
account for success -
make the not The telescopic planet Neptune. Is Washington 76 50 job.
to help
f do what I can vote getter since this was his 2.723.000.000 miles from the Earth Chicago 85 65 argument. department chairmen and Alice Westbrook, 73, a former
school board's administration tonight the nearest It will be this Kansas City 78 68 .12 Brandon predicted a tough
;J first venture in politics."I year. Neptune takes nearly 165 yearsto Denver 70 47 professors from 26 colleges and resident of Williston, died Monday
a success." grateful and complete one revolution around the Ft. Worth 77 69 14 campaign, but ,added he felt Johnson universities began a two day in an OcaTaliospital, following -
am deeply Sun. Los Angeles 59 50 .01
J Williams said he was"gratified" will sincerely try in the futureto Seattle 53 41 .09 he would maintain his front-run scientific symposium here today a brief illness.A .

.1 at the vote margin he re maintain the confidence peo- MARINE FORECAST CEDAR KEY TIDES ning position.He at the Armstrong CorkCompany's native of Levy County, I
, ceived. EAST GULF: Northeast and east Thursday ,- High at 10:58 am. and said he expected the pub Keeps Seat General Offices and Mrs. Westbrook most of .
I pie> have shown in me. I'll do winds 10 to 20 knots through Thurs 10:44 p.m. Low at 4:22 am. and 5.07 spent
( "I appreciate the voters' con that have 1 day. Generally fair. pm. I lic endorsements of his county research facilities. her life in Williston before'
best to we
:} fidence in me and I will do all my school I ...., ....... commission colleagues. Voters'returned attorney Ed- From the University of Florida moving to Salt Springs five
finest poSSIble
r I can to justify it by continuing the" he said.1Iorc system ve-Uay forecast I "I feel like they'll all be with gar Leo Johnson to his third Prof. H. C. Brown and years ago. She was a member \
to work hard as a school board me," he said, noting that "we term: in the District Three Coun- Prof. G. B. Butler, both of the of the Methodist Church. ,

member for the children of our For the period beginning at 7 no precipitation of consequenceis don't agree on everything but ty Commission seat yesterdayover Department of Chemistry are Survivors Include: her husband '

1 Ii. county," he said. About o'clock tonight and ending at 7o'clock expected. Normal Maximumis we never have any trouble Gainesville businessman attending.A R. D. Westbrook; a son, ...
He said he 's pleased with the Monday night, temper. around 85 and normal minimum with one another." Dashwood Hicks.Unofficial total of 24 papers preparedby I. E. Westbrook of Lake Worth;

J outcome of the other school I atures will be near normal and is in the upper sixties. "Teamwork is the only way to returns had John- Armstrong research person four daughters, Mrs. Gladys 1

4 board races. CountyFrom get things done," he added. He son winner, 7,582 to 6,332. nel in the fields of chemistry, Hurst of Jacksonville, Mrs. Eva t

I: "We'll -rJ1ape.\up asa..good also stressed, the fact that he .Both men called the race a chemical engineering, and physics G. Wyatt of Oklawaha, Mrs. ,
t: board," he said: 1 McDonald Out is the only farmer on the board; "clean" one and thanked their will be presented at the Elise Lyle and Mrs. Ann Or- 11

Joiner was the only one of i and noted new roads, parks supporters and voters. meeting. mand, both of Houston, Texas;

1 the three winning candidates Burns, 4,513; Mathews, 3- and other iccreational facilitiesas Johnson singled out the Ala- two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Mil-

,t 713; Kelly, 2,544; High, 2,440; part of his record. chua County Sportsmen's Assn., Rabbi Plans ligan of Jacksonville and Mrs.
Gainesville Sun Dickinson, 2,392 and Karl, 880. After 24 Years After expressing gratitude for Club as "particularly helpful"in Marguerite McLeroy of L a k e

t GOVERNOR (REPUBLICANS his supporters' aid, Thompson his successful bid to retain HereDr. Butler; 13 grandchildren and

!f Published evenings except' ) Holley, 215; Foster, made it plain he would attemptto office. Lectures 13 great grandchildren.Graves .

\ ings Saturday.by the and Gainesville Sunday mom-Pub- ,121 and Folks, 104. Alachu County voters yester- ,- pierce the "teamwork" bar Johnson promised "greater, Sidney M. Lefkowitz of Ide services will be

lishinq Company at 101 SE i ATTORNEY GENERAL day retired County Judge H. H. rier."I progress in store for the future," Ahavath Chesed in the Salt Springs Baptist Church

2nd Place Gainesville.second Florida.class, I Faircloth, 8,465; Kynes, 6,646. McDonald after 24 years on,the would like Mr. Brandon to and said he would go ahead Temple Jacksonville will represent the Cemetery under the direction of

I and matter entered at the as Post Office at PUBLIC UTILITIES COM bench. John L. Connell, Gainesville stand on his own two feet, to with such recreational projectsas Jewish Chautauqua Society as Knauff Funeral Home. t
Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION [MISSION Mason, 8,436; separate himself from the team
his plan to consider turning of
businessman, replac e d lecturer at the University Million Shoes
'r RATES BY Brewer, 3,307.PUBLIC 'I him. 7"h and prove by his record tnat Paine's Prairie into a lake. Florida May 2526.
{ CARRIER OR MAIL DEFENDERGreen he has been a good co u nty The rabbi lectures on college MIAMI (AP) Shce repairman -

1 Week .45 10,908; Justiss, 2,770. I Connell's victory margin was .., commissioner," Thompson said campuses under the auspices of Bill Giles recently marked

l 3 Moi. $5.85 STATE REPRESENTATIVE 8,135 to 6,492 in unofficial re tf "I don't feel that the incumbent the Jewish Chautauqua Society,' his 50th year in business. He ,
t -Turlington, 8,666; Wilson, 5,- .: has represented A 13 c h. which creates;calculates he has worked on a |
} All man subsolptions mu< turns. '/, f Martin an organization
be pale In advance. 102.COUNTY ua County as a county comnris better understanding of Jews, half million pairs of shoes, during -

l! Member of Audit Bureau of JUDGEConnell,' After his defeat, Judge Mc- sioner," Thompson said. "I] and Judaism through education.I his years as a cobbler. |t

I Circulation. 8,135; McDonald, 6,492. Donald issued the following i feel that he has been a rubber Sweeps In !
SHERIFF Crevasse, 12,244; stamp."

t r All production material In whole contained or In herein part U U Jordan, 3,928. statement: "He has occupied a chair Voters yesterday rejected,I New Tax Assessor
theproperty of the Gainesville, TAX ASSESSOR Smith, 9- "To the people who
.4 Publishing Company (el 1'44. Reitrlctly many and somebody else has done 10,075 to 3,232, Leiman Batten'sbid I
i I.t forbidden without the.written 663; Franks, 6,078. gave me their support and confidence the voting for him," Thompson to retire incumbent County I .
: permission of the publisher.HOWLANDOWL SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I am deeply grateful."To charged. He would not Commissioner Sidney Martin.In Is 'Overwhelmed9SMITH

Talbot, 11,139; Evans, those who oppose me and name the "somebody," but a statement issued after .

'J jI j- : 4,030. supported my opponent, I holdno stated he "probably will .pinpoint -he conceded the District 5 race "I'm overwhelmed with 1 -

: COUNTY COMMISSION malice or ill feeling becauseI the person during the to Martin, Batten said, "I feel joy," J. Pierce Smith said yes- f
I DIST. 1 Brandon 5,731; CONNELLmy that the majority of the people
believe In our democratic pro- campaign. terday after learning he h ad
{ .:..ts a FOOLOSOPHE Thompson, 4,770 and Wershow, cess and that when people vote cooperation and the best ad- decided on Sidney Martin be- whipped Claude M. (Red) -

Heaven protectFOGO 3,445. I their convictions, no man should vice I can give him. Prof to HostReservists cause they" felt he was the most Franks for the job of tax asses- J. -
feel malice towards them. sore
DIST. 3 Johnson, 7,582;' After the vote was in, the "I'm proud of the clean race }
Hicks, 6,332.COUNTY I' "The nominee can depend on new Judge said, "T he promisesI we both ran," he said. Smith beat his opponent 9,663to I

COMMISSION made to the people will all Prof. Robert J. Wimmert, "I feel good. I enjoyed every 6,078, according to unofficial
well-! Bat be kept." minute of it. And its possible r 'TL It
from the DIST. 5 -Martin, 10,075; Harvard EditorTo head of the Industrial Engi- tabulations. '

meaning butmuddlehead ten, 3,232. "People coming to the countyjudge's neering Dept. at the University election I might" Batten run again said.in the next "I am very grateful to all my i I
COUNTY Talk Here office will receive courteous of Florida, will act as host to' friends who worked so diligently t
ed advice of 5 Martin, 10,075; Bat- treatment at all times," Naval Reserve Research Company Name's Same in my behalf," Smith said. 1
old SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2 Connell said. 6-4 in a tour of the Sys- tr
this unwise -Williams, 9,031; Zimmerman.! Edward C. Bursk, editor and I "This vote is the people want- tems Laboratory tonight on the MAKARSKA, Yugoslavia "I: will continue to keep the -
_' birdbraln. publishing director of the Harvard residents of the interests of the people of Ala-
1 4,209. ing the County Court returned UF campus. (AP) -All 500
Meet POGO SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 3 Business Review, will to them. The vote showed the The tour will assemble at nearby village of Mimice have chua County foremost and will

Joiner, 10,253; Mason, 2- speak at the College of Business people's confidence in me and 7:15 p.m. "Room 303 of the En- the same surnameMimica.They assess pro p e j ty fairly and _

and his pot Administration Seminar to- I will do my best to show my gineering Building. All interested are all descendants of the qually to the best of my abili- _

startingMay 862.First of the 32 precincts to morrow on the University of appreciaton," he said. persons are invited to attend. one original family there. ty," he said. I
campus. '
10Qiai11e.s1i1k report after the polls closed at I

7 p. m. was Orange Heights The meeting begins at 3:40:

.. (Precinct at 7:15. 19)) which reportedin p.m.. in Room 18 of MatherlyHall. Loser Franks Adds Some Wry Comments: ::1:1I

Last precinct to report was :
= iUtt Bursk, who also is a professor -
Precinct 13 at 9:20 from the '
Administration of business administrationin By JIM McGUIRK Not too many despised him. His reasoning included a direct the governor, "because the governor ,

School Building. the Harvard Business School, Sun Staff WriterHe And only a few feared him. slam at the entire county- is known as the top chopof

will discuss what a research wasn't Alachua's most effective But when Claude M.: (Red) political structure. the pork chops."
: TICKLED Franks assessor'sjob didn't how in the world "I like Farris Bryant," 4ff22
.TM, 'means to a college of politician. lost the tax "I see -
I pro8ram. I He wasn't the most powerful. at the polls yesterday, Ala- I could beat a combination of Franks then stated.
I PINK chua lost a spectacular' stylist. the county commissioners the "He's one of the nicest guy
'! In a post-election interview, school board and the legislative I ever ran into. 1 14'
My Sincere !Franks analyzed and attacked, delegation who control all the "He was just doing his job." ; -- -
;Color Me Pink! i- 'finally praised in a single patronage in the county." Then, in a final capsule o'

r "; _, I smooth-running review of the Franks also found it signifi- the "29 years five months and
: :r ou'I1 be Tickled withBEDDINGorCARPETING ; election he lost to J. Pierce cant that the governor had 13 days" of his service in thE-

i' ITHANKS! !!! ,Smith, 9,663 to 6,078. thrown him out of office. tax assessor's office before removal -

1 &"'i',. > First Franks ,was country and "The governor had it all fig by Gov. Bryant for dictatorial I
1 ;:'- bitter. ured out that it was no gamble. arbitrary assessment
From: "An election is like giving a He told me he was too smart Red Franks said.
i >: : t-_ ._ ,dog a bone. There's no meat, to gamble. Apparently he was "I'm very thankful to all tir

.. "' .f :but it gives the dog something right." people who gave me all tt i

. 1 F 11az Ctg': : t W. S. "Tiny"TALBOT I to chew on," he saidl Such an action by the governor -'years with the county.
,A.. D.Gambles. .
; I "Anotherwards, they've got is particularly important, "I've enjoyed them.
::! .J r. .' :to work their frustrations off on Franks said, when "you're liv- "I've had a good time.

: t BEDDING) & CARPET CENTER ;:: somebody," he said in his anal- ing in a county that lives 50 per "I like. the people I've deal
sis of the election results. cent off the rest of the state. with, and if I had to live forever
i Itji 81&W. UniversitfcAve..:.FR.': -Q.44l- ---=._. 'I I. Franks said he was unsurprised He said the people living off I think I'd like to live 'FRANKs"Something

t at losing. j the government go along with right here." to chew on."

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{ 1 May 6, i>o4 bamesvuie Sun j


Sen. Holland

g CAMPAIGN, ON SHOESTRING Governor Raceby: 'CQuI1ties j

'- .
t So -cloudy was Robert King i Not sending out photographsof How will the High organization '. 1 _

High's shadow campaign here here push toward May 26? "
I the Miami so that
I that among all the political rules I mayor "It will take a hell'of a big Wins Easily. I IIAMI
more than one newspaperincluding -
broken were: ,' drive," Servin said in the early ... IS .J' \
The Sun-faced today'seditions '
morning hours when he was ask- : j Q ; _
Spending next to
nothing without of .
a picture votes in Co..s.. e" M
Robert ed about High's 2,440 I COUNTIES Oft c 3i ..a w oS -Nominees for sixth i
King High. that made bun < Mone (AP) term from Republican. f
$110.Having Alachua County o: u :9 ;. 4 w
Qc = x x seat in the U.S. Senate and John Steele of Hallandale. ..
no campaign head- Coming to Gainesville once, fourth in the governor's race. Htachua a a
quarters here.Naming arriving late to speak to Flor- Servin was contacted becauseDr. three i in the House of Representatives Democrat F. Marion Harrel..

a giant organizationof ida Blue Key, members at a Mead had gone to bed at. were chosen by Florida's son of St. Petersburg challenged_;
three (3)) campaign workers; small dinner at The Primroseand 9 p.m. 32. 32 4513 2392 2-140 880 2625 3713 Democratic and Republic voters Rep. William Cramer of St. Petersburg --..

-Echrol Olson, Oscar Servin Negro supporters at Mount "I knew we.had it..in the Baker 7 3 884 113 35 25 370 323 Tuesday. II R-Fla., for the 12th.

. and Dr. A. R. Mead. Carmel Church.Don't bag," Mead explained. district seat.Holland .
Bay 41 41 4297 3024 1489 1294 5373 2061 Heading the primary ballot '
one of the leaders of :
More About Bradford 17 17 2126 733 300 142 198 394 lineup was the nomination of Southern opposition to the Pres

Let Down. Brevard 49 49 5615 3990. 2802 2111 m7 2795 veteran Democratic- Sen. Spes- ident's Civil Rights bill, cam-

GenFrom Broward 136 136 14535 15424 13214 3384 4643 3287 sard Holland, by fourth an overwhelming term. paigned on the basis of his dvfl "
Atty vote, for a
rights stand and his senate sen
Calhoun 12 10 338 207 12 37 574 43 Holland, 73, of Bartow, defeated -
Burns WarnsBy iority. He said he considered
1 Charlotte 14 14 1182 858 574 475 869 635 Brafley Odham of Orlando bya provisions of the bill unconsti- .
Page solid two-to-one margin. With
Citrus 17 17 1107 671 311 224 1040 875 tutional. 1.
F. T. MACFEELYJACKSONVILLE or Mayor Robert King H i g h of sion, running up a margin of only a few precincts still uncounted Holland said the lopsided vote
Clay 12 12 338t 666 277 132 649 885
(APHay) Miami on May 26. about three to one over challenger -. Holland led 623,725 to in his favor was an indication.* '
don Burns apologized to his Even before he made his victory Phillip.S. Brewer of Mi- .'Collier 16 16 872 l08t 458 278 763 575 276,090.In that Floridians wanted no fur- ;

blitzers." statement, and with it olumbia 857 a victory statement the
19 14 1885 364 108 1174 471 ther federal encroachment intoZ
, I He was sorry, he said, that the a polo g y for spending so ami.With elated Holland who campaignedin
2,168 precincts reporting, : their daily :Jives."The -
Dade. 238 238 42042 25372 79505 13721 10588 14338 :=
he couldn't mix with them much time in back
more a room,
opposition to '
, Mason had 502,180 votes to IM,- voice that sounded loud-?
: on the floor of the Jacksonville tarns was on the phone to his Desoto 15 15 669 173 446 96 1578 443 bill termed his win "a
730 for Brewer, a 42-year-old : Rights and clear at the polls in Florida!! 1
Coliseum and celebrate his first campaign workers in many utilities consultant from Miami 'Dixie 12 11 523 377 58 43 521 105 victory for the voice of constitutional that of
place showing in the race for parts of the state. today was a great mad
J governor last night. His theme was constant who was making his first bid :Duval 148 148 63403 6495 17316 2189 9369 20200 government. jority of citizens who want mod- .
Kirk of
for public office. faces Republican Claude
I But the tall, poll shed and don't let down; work harder Escambia 105 105 114U 7232 5261 1516 15007 4666 and erate and constitutional government
Mason, 49, and also from Miami Jacksonville, 38, a lawyer ," said Holland. ,-
1 poised mayor of Jacksonville than ever. Flagler 8 8 663 14-1 134 204 172 226
had newcomer, in November -
no Republican opposi- political
Odham a-:
was already hard at work on "What a shame and a crimeit as }
tion, virtually guaranteeing him Franklin 7 6 287 276 143 22 257 69 .
candidate for
the second primary campaign would be for us to bee o m e governor, came:
I which will bring the Democratic -complacent and sit down and re-election. He has served five Gadsden 15 14 .659 498 825 124 2344 496 Democrats nominated two out in favor of civil rights legislation -

t nomination to either him lose the race three weeks from mission.years on the three-member com- 'Gilchrist 9 9 326 432 29 24 396 185 incumbent representatives Miami: and called for program."
now," Burns said. Claude Pepper of won of medical care for the aged an.s<<:
He called the "B Kynes was named attorney Glades 7 7 149 300 130 35 379 126 handily in the third district over
More About on urn s a new minimum wage law. -
Blitzers," as his campaign general three months ago after 'Gulf 11 3 44 46 10 13 85 9 Woodv Hampton. Peooer's 1960 ::
serving three years as Gov. Bry- by a vote of 60,852 to -
workers are called, to get out opponent,
I Hamilton 12 6 110 90 61 8 102 18
Gov.From their Christmas lists and busi-' ant's executive assistant and 20,802; and Sam Gibbons of Student -:|
ness lists and write letters ask Legislative troubleshooter.The Hardee 11 11 655 182 227 171 2722 552 Tampa's 10th district defeated .

ing votes for Burns. governor appointed Kynesto Hendry 19 10 455 689 453 110 874 253 Robert McDonald, another new-
,, Page 1 Richard Ervin who Cars Found
An interview had to be con- replace Hernando 14 14 1052 564 349 287 1183 562 comer, 54,778 to 11,445. -
porters of the four men oustedin ducted spasmodically betwe e n was appointed to the State Su- Pepper, who served Florida in
the initial his preme Court to fill a vacancy Highlands 15 15 543 430 843 312 3716 752 before
test. Burns told telephone calls, handsha k e s, the Senate fez 14 years .
organization people he expected ;:conferences on a meeting on financing created by the death of Justice Hillsborough -....-......_. ....,, 1M 104' 23910 12900 13285 9279 15168 12344 losing in 1950 to Sen. George Defective -

"a tough fight" in the runoff. and travel plans. Glenn Terrell last January.It Holmes A 23 18 489 819 60 56 1422 682 Smathers, D-Fla., sought a sec
Until his opponents forced the was this attachment to Bry- House. Paul Twenty per cent of the cars .
civil rights issue into the campaign his Burns big ,vote quietly- "I elated was very over sat- ant that the 43-year-old Fair- Indian River ...._....,-.,..., 17 17 1748 1889 813.472 974 933 ond O'Neill term, a in Miami tee stockbroker, parked in four Gainesville

t4 after the. JacksonvilletroubI i isified with the result" cloth attacked in his campaign, Jackson 32 31 2302 1710 1338 295 4093 487 was his Republican challenger. school yards have obvious defects -

; Burns had run on his ,seemed somehow aoart from saying Kynes as attorney gen- Jefferson 11 11 607 465 270 112 511 492 Gibbons had no Republican op according to a visual survey -
15-year'record as mayor duringa eral, would work to help Bryant made by driver education
I his supporters as they relaxed, 99 ponent.
Lafayette 5 5 469 289 10 21 385
after the governor's term ended. classes.
period of great growth and
beamed and told each other Republicans chose Jay Me-
development.Like Faircloth, a first term representative Lake, -.- 37 37 2651 2191 looS 1093 3580 2159 .
their man is the next governor. Glon, a Miami airline executive, The count was made by stu- x.
all the other candidates, was selected by the Lee 31 31 2959 3357 1247 1611 2155 1323
I will run the same type of to oppose Rep. Dante Fascell dents under the direction of

he had promised fair reappor- campaign I always have," Legislature lawmakers as one of of the the 10 Leon ----...-.,..9..-....-.....-..... 15 15 3436 3047 2809 1651 4193 4544 D-Fla., in November. McGlon teachers: and GainesvilleSafety "
tionment road build- outstanding
stepped-up Burns said of the intensive three
Rucki for the'ourth Circle auto ._
defeated Walter an inspec
Ing based on need rather than 963. season. Levy 16 9 113 51 10 19 118 103 .
weeks work ahead. "I will run district nomination by a tion program cooperated in by
politics, better educational fa- on my 15 years of leader ship, Faircloth also emphasized his Liberty 6 3 8 87 7 3 159 18 vote of 5,042 to 1,484. several local organizations. ..
cilities and a veto of sales 14 years of experience as a lawyer -
any and record of
my Madison 15 10 520 527 355 83 780 194
In the 11th district stretching ..
'i tax voted on food 'or medicine. achievement without resort- in Miami and contrasted it Results of the survey, by defect -
,f After the riot, and a scandal ing to mud slinging." to Kynes' three years' experience -Manatee 35 35 2385 2079 2749 824 5095 2710 from; Orlando to Cape Kennedy, and by school:

In the police department which He expects to travel 4,000 as assistant state attorneyin Marion 30 30 3917 1849 3436 901 3420 1593 Democrat Thomas Kenney de- -Defective windshield wip
he b ads'as commissioner, the Fifth Judicial District. feated James King for the nom- ersGHS, 36 Westwood
} miles or more before this week Martin 15 15 1409 1790 1064 131 878 329 ; sev-
Burns' charged that "the incidents ends. The other five members of the ination to oppose incumbent en; Lincoln High, 15; Buchholz,
t preceding the election Exhorting the "blitzers" to Florida Cabinet had no opposi- Monroe 21 21 4220 1721 2728 520 1441 489 Rep. Edward Gurney, R-Fla., four.:

.f f were politically. inspired." win over campaign workers who tion either in the primaries or in Nassau 12 who sought a second term "

t< His attitude against civil had supported first primary los- the November general elections Okaloosa 26 26 4668 3352 580 364 4061 1311 Complete but unofficial re- I. -Rear or front GHS windows Lincoln obstructed .
:. rights remained firm, and it obviously ers, Burns promised a rewardfor thus being virtually assured of turns gave Kenney 24,579 votes ;
Okeechobee 6 6 431 645 171 .70 974 210 High, three; Westwood,
did not dim his vote-get- hard work. re-election. to 16,933 for King.Republicans '

'f ting appeal. Florida, he said, "Then, here on May 26, we'll They were: Orange ...___ -,._......... 95 95 9913 7773 5974 4277 6961 7171Osceola allowed five four; and Buccholz, two.

f wants for governor "a man of have the golderndest victory Secretary of State Tom Ad- 14 14 1350959 407' 342 1687 1171 Democratic incumbents to go -Cracked Windows GHS, .
n decision and firmness." party Florida has ever seen." ams, seeking his .second term; 1215-2543-i329- unopposed and, barring near three; Westwood seven; Lincoln \
old shattered and E. Green seek Palm Beach _..- 82-82-6779 25964 7924 GOP write-in victories
The 41-year This brought whoops Comptroller Ray miracle seven; and Buchholz,
I with his strong showing a tradi- handclaps from the crowd although -in his fourth term; Treasurer J. Pasco I 29 29 2 551072 968 12M-3 96 991PineUas' in November, return to Con three., .

tion that the number of votes the first primary party Edwin Larson, seeking a sev- 157 157 13143 6410 8357 7883 6568 15016 gress. -Slick tires GHS 29 West- <
will be in direct proportion with had calmed down by then and enth term; Superintendent of They were Robert Sikes of ;
C'o1k 91 91 6147 4003 5564 2458 28074 4736 wood six Lincoln 22 and'on
I the amount of money a candidate only a few hundred were still on Education Thomas D. Bailey,, Crestview, assured of a 13th ; ;
Buchholz six.Defective .
spends. hand. seeking a fourth term, and agri--Putnam 27 27 3794 1109 683 52S-956-S37- term from the first district; Syd .

Declaring that he would not Burns rep eated an earlier culture Commissioner Doyle St. Johns 28 28 4600 645--rn2 75 31 SO- Herlong of Leesburg, ninth term GHS- six Westwood tire sidewalls three- -
accept big contributions, because promise to have inaugurationballs I Conner, seeking a second term. fifth district James I ; ; I
from the ;
t St. Lucie 17 17 2562 2262 1840 269 1029 1440 Lincoln, two; Buchholz, two.
they would compromisehis in five cities if he is elect Three of the seven membersof Haley of Sarasota, seventh term
At Gainesville School'
principles, he collected only the State Supreme Court won Santa Rosa __ T 22 22 2588 203-1 242 2821162 1262 from the seventh district; D. R. High .
said the tradtional ball al; Democratic nomination without 1015 535-226 28 s- cars were inspected. I
I $98,041. .. Sarasota -.----- 26 26 2060 1677 (Billy) Matthews of Gainesville wood students examined 40,
of inauguration :
Dickinson attracted Tallahassee the night
\ By contrast, opposition. They were Chief Seminole 23 23 2607 1611 1325 1086 2251 2057 seventh term from the eighth Lincoln looked at 64, and at
in donations, Kelly will be followed on suc Justice E. Harris Drew Justices
}f $678,441 of Al .
i91 district and Don Fuqua Buchholz there were 34 autos.Excliangites : .
similar event Sumter 12 12 1258 468 313 1239 303 ;
> $488,247, Burns $409,940, Mathews cessive nights by ;i B. K. Roberts and Justice from the ninth -- .
$344,617, and Karl $283,., at Miami, Orlando, Tampa am I Richard Ervin. Suwannee 23 18 738 780 255 44 656 37J tha, second term ,

I 007. Jacksonville.ago Each sought election for a dif- Taylor 17 16 140 1301 246 100 952 566 _- district.Democrat Rep. Charles Ben- J
ferent seat. Supreme Court justices :
Union 8 8 976 220 46 19 342 151 nett of Jacksonville, seeking a To Fete Ladies
serve six-year
Some Legislators Volusia 82 82 7424 3018 3355 17647 2823 1259 ninth term in the second dis-
l trict, had Republican opposition The Gainesville E x c h a n ge
Red Wakulla, 13 502 403 291 88 821 144
Carpet 13 from William Stockton of Jack- Club will hold its annual Ladies

Walton I 33 33 1603 1150 422 191 2391 297 sonville. Night Party Friday at 7 p.m. at I

!I Are SideLinedL For NikitaIn Washington 14 14 1044 825 20.1 81 2055 189 Rep. Paul Rogers of West the Holiday Inn.
Palm Beach's sixth district The event will be celebratedwith

I Egypt I faced opposition in his bid for a a barbecue hoedown.
L (AP) FirstIt for an unscuccessful bid for .. .

primary defeats sidelined a the governorship.Robert c ._ h -. _a'- 7M-' ._. __. -, ,." _._ __+_c- -- .
CAIRO (AP) Ex King
i number of state legislators today M. Haverfield of Miami .
: I
i combining with reapportionment defeated Herrell, a former Farouk's royal railway carriagehas
It I c h an ges and departures House member who tried for his been polished up to carry

\ of members to chase new second term. Haverfield will Soviet Premier Khrushchev
around Egypt when he arrives
political stars to assure a ma- face Republican t
I this weekend for a visit. A
jor shakeup in the membership in the November general elec-
couple of gingerbread palaces
r J of. both-houses. tion.Rep.. James Dressler of Cocoa have also been prepared for his

The men designated as the unseated Sen. Bernard Parish stay.
presiding officers of both housesof of Titusville in the 37th dis- "We are grateful to Khru-

the 1965 Legislature won their trict:Dressler will face Reupb- shchev and we are going to J

races to stayin: the legislature.But lican Virgil Schenck Jr. in No- show him so," a ranking mem-
at least three senators ember. ber of President Gamal Abdel

were rejected j at the polls in Rep. Maurice McLaughlin of Nasser's inner circle told an

yesterday's 'primary. Several Fort Walton Beach turned back American friend.In .

.I House members also miss e d the bid of former Sen. Newman Egyptian eyes, the Soviet 1

out on their re-election bids. Brackin of Crestview to returnto leader helped them break the 1
Tallahassee as senator for Western arms embargo in 1955,, .
However,the voting spelled a the 39th district.On got them past post-Suez economic 1 1 '
comeback for colorful Bernie the House side, Rep. Rene sanctions from the West .\ I

I Papy; who :defeated ,Harry Zacchinni was bumped from and financed the prestigiousdam

KnighTof Key '\'est to recapture the Hillsborough County Group at Aswan. Either of these "

.fonroe' County's House 2 seat by Gerry Gordon, who would have earned Khrushcheva "We Meet or Beat All

seat "which- he had held for 28yearsTbeTore also d e f e a ted Phil J. O'Harato warm welcome. The three together )

his defeat lwo'years win the first primary vic- rate much more, and )
ago. Papy has no further tory. No Republican is runningfor Khrushchev's reception here Advertised Prices in

opponent to beat.and he pulledoff the post. will show it, officials say.

the victory despite an oper- In Dade County Rep. Leo He is expected to stay in OPEN
ation which sidelined him for Furling lost out in his group 5 Egypt 20 or more days and This

much of the"cai npaig reelection campaign. The post Egyptians are hopeful nothingwill

Rep. E. C. Rowell of Sumter he held was involved in a run mar his visit, his first to

County,.speaker,--.. designate. of off between Kenneth M. Myers Africa. There are no major issues !
the 1965 House, disposed of his ,and Dick Renick. threatening relations be-!

primary opponent,'David A. Da- In most cases, the House tween the Soviet leader and .

vis of Bushnell;.andTias no fur- members who wanted to stay in' Nasser, one high-placed spokesman lint >

ther race.ahead: of him before the Legislature got through the said, and Nasser was pictured Closed Sun. University

the 1965 Cession. I first primary, but a number will as ready to do everything

Sen. James Connor of Brooks- bays to wage a second primary possible-except surrender his .
ville disposed of two opponents campaign. I neutrality to make Khru-
There will be 112 House mem-' shchev's trip rewarding.In .
to win his fourth four year U.S.. 441 South
term. He has .Republican'op- sion due to reapportionment return, of course, Egyptians SORRY ,
Conner is the Senate The 13 dropouts were in seats would like to get pledgesfor
*i ponent., that abolished in the last economic assistance, toward '
designate forthe 1965 were new ( fRanklin 2-6333
1 session. legislative apportionment and their coming,second five- No Deliveries f \ .-.

County Bernard:Parrlsh in the all are in the middle sized year plan. As a starter, $120

37th,"district of Brevard Coun- counties. These were the coun- million would do.

ty, and Sen. G. W. Williamswas ties that produced much of the Warmth has not always exist-
; bumped in the, 27th dis- House leadership in recent ed between Nasser and Khru-

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: 1. Waldo 90 34 29 13 57 19 4 2 5 2. LaCrosse ........_. -.._ 171 65 2. LaCrosse .....r.... .... .-. 107 112

: 2. LaCrosse 101 56 36 10' 32 .23. 4 3 3 3. Alachua 346 119 3. Alachua ._... -...-. 288 178
3. Alachua.. -._ 253 8S 86 28. 64 38 0 0 3 4. Kirby Smith School 492 91 4. Kirby Smith School 289 298 .

4. Kirby Smith School 233 100 16 24 118 129 4 9 9 5. J. J. Finley School 780 301 5. J. J. Finley School _. 605 481 I

5. J. J. Finley School 190 147 92 82 117 496 3 7 15 6. Newberry 265 -86 6. Newberry 278 76 I

6. Newberry 148 77 38 9 103 30 2 1 1 7. Sidney Lanier School_ 401.. 334 7. Sidney Lanier School 458 254

7. Sidney Lanier School 198 92 286 29 103 107 5 5 11 8. Hawthorne ... .. 205 108 8. Hawthorne ......._...... .. 128 163

8. Hawthorne ....... 146 30 85 .1. 76 31 1 2 5 9. Island Grove __ 66' 12 9. Island Grove ...:-.:...._ 4t 32

9. Island Grove ..w... __.. 4S 17 1 0 15 10 0 0 0 10. Micanopy 171 .59 10. Micanopy ,.___ 95 129

i10. Micanopy ............... 93 40 34 16 33 47 2 0 4 11. Archer _' -S 199 65 11. Archer _. 211 67
11. Archer 85 94 49 9 59 34 1 3 2 12. Stephen Foster -_- 963 239 12. Stephen Foster _. 529 489

12. Stephen Foster 353 178 67 39 233 214 6 0 15 13. School Adm. Bldg. 206 397 13_ School Adm. Bldg. 418 151 I

I 13. School Adm. Bldg. ._ 124 73 373 21 63 56 2 5 7 14. Melrose 79 24 14. Melrose _._._ 57' 45

14. Melrose 51 27 7 4 18 13 15. Rochelle .73 26 15. Rochelle ....-..-_- 62 30 '

15. Rochelle ._. .._._...- 36 26 21 0 21 8 0 2 1 16. Girl Scout Hut 413 278 16. Girl Scout Hut 431 258

16. Girl Scout Hut 185 59 220 35. 96 150 4 4 10 17. Gainesville H. S. ._ 300 90 17. Gainesville H. S. 183 218 :!

17. Gainesville H. S. 111 70 17 19 91 110 5 3 10 18. Arredondo ._. __._ _- 117 44 18. Arredondo ___. 106 62 j! I I

18. Arredondo _._ 48. 47 23 11 33 23 2 3 4 19. Orange Heights 54 21 19. Orange Heights '24 47

::'". 19. Orange Heights 37 24 11 3 11 1 0 0 0 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 319 87 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 251 142

"' 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 212 75 49 9 90 27 1 1 3 21. High Springs (Clinic) 191 94 21. High Springs (Clinic) w 167 103

i ,-, 21. High Springs (Clinic) 110 90 54 3 55 23 1 3. 4 22. Campville .... 36 19 22. Campville __ 23 21

22. Campville ----555. 17 9 5 5 13 13 0 0 0 23. P. K. Yonge School _. 552 196 23. P. K. Yonge School 437 333

23. P. K. Yonge School 151 113 51 63 126 305 3 7 9 24. Westwood School 578 232 2-1. Westwood School 416 423

24. Westwood School 163 108 41 66 90 384 6 17 16 25. Buchholz School 307 233 I 25. Buchholz School 342 193

9 25. Buchholz School 120 49 152 40 58 165 9 2 11 26. Littlewood School _._ 639 251 26. Littlewood School _...__ 457 450

r 26. Littlewood School 167 97 65 90 158 371 9 9 21 27. Recreation Center 412 83 27. Recreation Center .__ 255 250

27. Recreation Center 138 83 32 I 37 80 158 7 2 3 28. Voting Mach. W'house 355 352 28. Voting MaCh. W'house 455 254

28. Voting Mach. W'house 188 100 295 29 98 94 2 9 9 29. Howard Bishop School 1021 302 29. Howard Bishop School 612 765

29. Howard Bishop School 401 225 93 92 287 326 8 8 21 30. Lake Forest School 430 111 30. Lake Forest School 298 266

30. Lake Forest School ._ 2.49 100 35 15 145 63 3 4 5 31. Florida Union (UF) 224 168 31. Florida Union (UF) _. 216 164

1. 31. Florida Union (UF) 26 26 66 63 35 191 7 5 11 32. St. Michael's Church ___ 151 42 32. St. Michael's Church 107 93

32. St. Michael's Church 44 41 11 15 47 54 1 2 1 TOTALS: .. 10486 4715 TOTALS: 8465 6646

TOTALS: 4513 2392 2440 880 2625 3713 102 118 219

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1. Waldo 107 91 1. Waldo 99 140 1. Waldo T 148 103 1. Waldo ____ 118 125

2. LaCrosse 139 85 97 135 2. LaCrosse _..._ 159 7S 2. LaCrosse _._ 116 108
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3. Alachua .....r............ 286 171 3. Alachua ..... 228 283 3. Alachua ..._ 353 171 3. Alachua ._ .. 202 308

: 4. Kirby Smith School 391 210 4. Kirby Smith School 295 299 4. Kirby Smith School 456 155 4. Kirby Smith School 243 366

5. J. J. Finley School __ 903 202 5. J. J. Finley School 5 476 5. J. J. Finley School 924 189 5. J. J. Finley School 239 864

6. Newberry 187 142 6. Newberry 173 201 6. Newberry __._ 281 114' 6. Newberry .... .. _. 167 217

7. Sidney Lanier School 471 200 7. Sidney Lanier School 357 369 7. Sidney Lanier School 609 189" 7. Sidney Lanier School 291 450

8. Hawthorne ....................... 189 118 8. Hawthorne 147 195 8. Hawthorne 264 95 8. Hawthorne _ 141 201 I

9. Island Grove 44 29 9. Island Grove --- --- ----- 39 45 9. Island Grove ._._ 55 29 9. Island Grove ._ 47 39

10. Micanopy 141 92 10. Micanopy 126 122 10. Micanopy 186 68 10. Micanopy 99 149

Archer ............ 98 180
11. Archer 122 131 11. Archer ._ 245 53 11. -
l 11. Archer .. -. _._._._. 165 134
12. Stephen Foster 492 530 12. Stephen Foster 632 402 12. Stephen Foster 706 367 12. Stephen Foster 486 579
13. School Adm. Bldg. 323 170 13. School Adm. Bldg. 272 299 13. School A&n. Bldg. .__ 535 133 13. School Adm. Bldg. 289 271

I 14. Melrose _._. 74 36 14. Melrose ...... ..,.... ..,' 49 65 14. Melrose ... 74 45 14. Melrose 66 55 I

'It,'t 15. Rochelle 42 57 15. Rochelle .. 48 63 15. Rochelle -.-- .91 26 I 15. Rochelle ...... ........... r 66' 44

16. Girl Scout Hut 452 179 16. Girl Scout Hut 344 324 16. Girl Scout Hut 550 176 16. Girl Scout Hut 238 425
17. Gainesville H. S. 222 177 17. Gainesville H. S. 223 .176 17. Gainesville H. S. 310 108 17. Gainesville H. S. 154 261

'.. 18. Arredondo ...-.......... ...w 89 73 18. Arredondo _. 106 69 18. Arredondo .. .. ......... 114 68- 18. Arredondo ..._.. _._.... 93 85

t 19. Orange Heights _._ 45 23 19. Orange Heights 48 37 19. Orange Heights 56 30 19. Orange Heights .._ 46 38

20. Hi. Spgs. (City HaIl) 249 133 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 169 251 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 341 106 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 243 182

21. High Springs (Clinic) 152 101 21. High Springs (Clinic) 121 176 21. High Springs (Clinic) 246 81 21. High Springs (Clinic) 184 115

22. Campville .......... ...r. 25 24 22. Campville ..-.... --.... 33 21 22. Campville .. 31 26 22. Campville 25 35
t t 23. P. K. Yonge School 535 237 23. P. K. Yonge School 421 336 23. P. K. Yonge School 601 189 23. P.K. Yonge School 239 540 \

24. Westwood School 636 197 24. Westwood School 475 349 24. Westwood School __. 707 143 24. Westwood School 202 641

25. Buchholz School 363 123 25. Buchholz School 249 237 25. Buchholz School 456 107 25. Buchholz School .- 174 318 !

26. Littlewood School 650 262 26: Littlewood School 538 362 25. Littlewood School 774 163 26. Littlewood School 205 722 t.

27. Recreation Center 370 131 27. Recreation Center 235 266 27. Recreation Center 436 85 27. Recreation Center 170 388

23. Voting Mach. W'house 410 232 28. Voting Mach. W'house 337 362 28. Voting Mach. W'house 601 185 28. Voting Mach. W'house 370 370 (

29. Howard Bishop School 835 530 29. Howard Bishop School 848 511 29. Howard Bishop School 1,063 351 29. Howard Bishop School 417 981 !

\ 30. Lake Forest School 281 281 30. Lake Forest School _. 362 208 30. Lake Forest School 436 159 30. Lake Forest School 306 276

31. Florida Union (UF) __ 314 58 31. Florida Union (UF) 178 123 31. Florida Union (UF) 271 92 31. Florida Union (UF) 63 283

32. St. Michael's Church 127 77 32. St. Michael's Church 124 84 32. St. Michael's Church 165 47' 32. S1. Michael's Church 81 131

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1. 140 61 1. Waldo .72 62 72 115 97 70 156 I
2. LaCrosse ,..W..._......... 72 141 119 59 116 53 109 99 58 .
2. LaCrosse _-_- 89 39 96 130
3. Alachua ...............- 162 314 262 132 261 124 3. Alachua 327 87 J14 215 203 ; 88 313 I
t 4. Smith School 103 501 374 164 .
Kirby 422 108 4. Kirby Smith School 239 198 123 313 267 }42. 397 ,
1 5. J. J. Finley School 243 848 760 197 870 131 375 655 180 1
t' 5. J. J: Finley School_ 403 289 314 .: 764
6. Newberry ..._.........._ 191 169 217 70 220
60 149 174 6 :
6. Newberry ._.. .._. .... 211 81 &I 239
: 7. Lanier School 151 543 389 260 .
476 112 7. Sidney Lanier School 222 258 141 281 365. ISO .. 453
Ii 8. Hawthorne ................ 136 194 191 79 191 70 73 247. .
8. Hawthorne ..__. __. 166 65 49 6,1 : : _. 299
; 9. Island Grove 44 ,37 45 15 33 25 9. Island Grove 39 14 14 20 ,56,._ :_ : 1i4:. T. .,' 67

10. Micanopy ....._............... 130 123 140 5-1 154 50 10. Micanopy :_ 100 79 39 .90 126 :' 46' ,._. .. 169
11. Archer 62 200 118 116
167 54 11. Archer .......... ._ 105 84 64 132 119 80' 148
12. Stephen Foster 232 829 639 279 -
680 233 U. Stephen Foster w._..,. 405 118 254 470. ..507. _+ 296 ':-: 643

13. School Adm. Bldg. 135 395 270 267 '319 145 13. School Adm. Bldg. 122 232 100 169 . _301;,:. ;,: '.101 '.: :. : 343

f 14. Melrose 31 80 63 29 55 37 14. Melrose .....__.._.._... 43 33 22 42. ...LM. 34 ... 80
15. Rochelle 47 60 55 28 ...
I 59 14 15. Rochelle ....:.............. 43 35 19 47' 48. -45 .. :._ 65
tt 16. Girl Scout Hut 165 494 399 219 '
474 112 16. Girl Scout Hut 221 224 15% 264 349 13t: ', ,._. 432
17. Gainesville H. S. 92 324 26-1 98
: 300 61- _17. Gainesville H. S. 170 114 93 .19% In 91 > 272

t 18. Arredondo 30 138 91 44 99 47- 18. Arredondo ................r 68 43 38 85- 13. '. .55 92
f 19. Orange Heights 20 59 57 8 47 14 .. .. ..
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i 20. Hi. Spgs. (City HaIl) 153 237 193 107 .
180 111 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 128 309 23 .170 154 --- : .. .: _- 257
21. High Springs (Clinic) 142
140 63 -"- -
139 55 202 17 89 123
m-I 21. High Springs (Clinic) 119 56 199
22. Campville .... ,._.____ _., 9 .32 12 27 13 ....
22. Campville ..... 22 9 10. 21 27 21 43
23. P. K. Yonge School...... 198 580 4M 199 .
I 583. 117 23. P. K. Yonge School 270 224 213 .320_ .. -:'. 373: -: ;173 .. ,>: 495
24. Westwood School 202' 639 .
553 200 m 105 24. Westwood School _. 343 228 197 -331 .. -; ,4n:135: 629 I
10 25. Buchholz School 120 .-
373 -..- 'I 263 181 323 80 25. Buchholz School 154 135 142 203' ,. .' 234 : 106 283
1 f 26. Littlewood School 221 698 I 623 204 740 109 26. Littlewood School 391 225. 242 332 5-11 147 i_ 690 ,
27. Recreation Center._ 100 401 I 343 106 .
358 96 -
27. Recreation Center 197 141 121. 260 220 83 v 357
G 28. Voting Mach.,,W'house '
1 I 146 529 ..386 256 417 161 I 28. Voting Mach. W'house 223 209 172 .270 354 139 446'I'I'
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.865 362
j 1014 252 29. Howard Bishop School 405 475. 283 585. 710 292 954
30. Lake Forest $hool"" :.. ::141 .. r 428 '335
175 368 144 I 30. Lake Forest School 236 190 107 285 250 192 331
,it 1 31. Florida Union (UF) 133 219 -
15 105 183 63 1 31. Florida Union (UF) 81 85 72 lot 133 51 152-
I 32. Sl Michael's Church 57
:, I .147 18 58 140. 45 32. S1. Michael's Church 61 66 63 106 87 68.1 120'
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: 2. LaCrosse ...... ..,.- .._._. 101 56 36 10' < 32 ..23 4 3 3 3. Alachua ......_... ..._. _. 346 119 3. Alachua 288 178

3. Alachua ..:....,....... 253 85 86 28. M 38 0 0 3 4. Kirby Smith School 492 91 : 4. Kirby Smith School 289 298 4

4. Kirby Smith School 233 100 16 24 118 129 4 9 9 5. J. J. Finley School 780 301 5. J. J. Fin1ey School _. 605 487 !

5. J. J. Finley School 190 147 92 82 117 496. 3 7 15 6. Newberry _.-__ ___- 265 .g6. 6. Newberry 278 76

6. Newberry ._........w,...... 148 77 38 9 103 30 2 1 1 7. Sidney Lanier School_ 401.. 334. 7. Sidney Lanier School 453 254

7. Sidney Lanier School 198 92 286 29 103 107 5 5 11 8. Hawthorne ._. ...._. 205. 108 8. Hawthorne 128 163

8. Hawthorne 146 30 85 .1. 76 31 1 2 5 9. Island Grove 66 12 9. Island Grove ._::r.:..__ 44 32

9. Island Grove .. ...._.. 45 17 1 0 15 '10 0 0 0 10. Micanopy 171 .59 10. .Micanopy 95 129

1 0. Micanopy 93 40 34 16 33. 47 2 0 4 11. Archer ...... 199 65 11. Archer 211 67

11. Archer --- 85 94 49 9 59 34 1 3 2 12. Stephen Foster -= .- 963 239 12. Stephen Foster _. 529 489

12. Stephen Foster 353 178' 67 39 233 214 6 0 15 13. School Adm. Bldg. 206 397 13. School Adm. Bldg. 418 151

I 13. School Adm. Bldg. ._ 124 73 373 21' 63 56 2 5 7 14. Melrose 79 24 14. Melrose -.-.- 57 45

14. Melrose w.. 51 27 7 4 18 13 15. Rochelle ... .-- -_-_ .73 26 15. Rochelle ___ 62 30 r I

15. Rochelle ............... 36 26 21 0 21 8 0 2 1 16. Girl Scout Hut 413 278 16. Girl Scout Hut 431 258

16. Girl Scout Hut 185 59 220 35. 96 150 4 4 10 17. Gainesville H. S. ._ 300 90 17. Gainesville H. S. 183 218 t i j 1

17. Gainesville H. S. 111 70 17 19 91 110 5 3 10 18. Arredondo .-_- ._. 117 44 18. Arredondo ......._...... -. 106 62 ;
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18. Arredondo _._ 48. 47 23 11 33 23 2 3 4 19. Orange Heights 54 21 19. Orange Heights '2-1 47 .

= .. 19. Orange Heights w- 37 24 11 3 11 1 0 0 0 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 319 87 20. Hi. Spgs. (City HaIl) 251 142

-: 20. HL Spgs. (City Hall) 212 75 49 9. 90 27 1 1 3 21. High Springs (Clinic) 191 94 21. High Springs (Clinic) 167 103
21. High Springs (Clinic) 110 90 54 3 55 23 1 3. 4 22. Campville .w ..... 36 19 22. Campville ....... -_ 23 21

22. Campville.w...- 17 9 5 5 13 13 0 0 0 23. P. K. Yonge School 552 196 23. P. K. Yonge School 437 333

23. P. K. Yonge School 151 113 51 63 126 305 3 7 9 24. Westwood School 578 232 24. Westwood School 416 423

24. Westwood School 163 108 41 66 90 384 6 17 16 25. Buchholz School _.. 307 233 25. Buchholz School 3-12 193

25. Buchholz School 120 49 152 40 58 165 9 2 11 26. Littlewood School _._ 639 251 26. Littlewood School _...._ 457 450

r 26. Littlewood School 167 97 65 90 158 371 9 9 21. 27. Recreation Center 412 83 27. Recreation Center ._ 255 250

27. Recreation Center 138 83 32 37 80 158 7 2 3 28. Voting Mach. W'house 355 352 28. Voting MaCh. W'house .... 455 254

28. Voting Mach. W'house 188 100 295 29 98 94 2 9 9 29. Howard Bishop School 1021 302 29. Howard Bishop School 612 765

29. Howard Bishop School 401 225 93 92 287 326 8 8 21 30. Lake Forest School 430 111 30. Lake Forest School 298 266

30. Lake Forest School ._ 249 100 35 15 145 63 3 4 5 31. Florida Union (UF) 224 168 31. Florida Union (UF) .._.. 216 164

t 31. Florida Union (UF) 26 26 66 63 35 191 7 5 11 32. St. Michael's Church 151 42 32. S1. Michael's Church 107 93

I 32. St. Michael's Church 44 41 11 15. 47 54 1 2 1 TOTALS: .. 10486 4715 TOTALS: ..w... 8465 6646

TOTALS: 4513 2392 2440 880 2625 3713 102 118 219


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1. Waldo 107. 91 1. Waldo 99 140 1. Waldo 148 103 1. Waldo ............._. 118 125

2. laCrosse ....w.w.-- 139 85 2. laCrosse _-._ 97 135 2. LaCrosse _...- ,-.. 159 75 2. LaCrosse _._ 116 108

3. Alachua ...__... 286 171 3. Alachua ...... 228 283 3. Alachua -___............- 353 171 3. Alachua 202 308

4. Kirby Smith School 391 210 4. Kirby Smith School 295 299 4. Kirby Smith School 456 155 4. Kirby Smith School 243 366 .i

5. J. J. Fin1ey School 903 202 5. J. J. Finley School_ 5 476 5. J. J. Finley School 924 189 5. J. J. Finley School 239 86-1

6. Newberry 187 142 6. Newberry -_- -_.,..,,,.. 173 201 6. Newberry .... ...., .. ._ 281 114' 6. Newberry 167 217

7. Sidney Lanier School 471 200 7. Sidney Lanier School 357 369 7. Sidney Lanier School 609 189 7. Sidney Lanier School ._ 291 450

8. Hawthorne .......................,. 189 118 8. Hawthorne ............w...... 147 195 8. Hawthorne ................._ 264 95 8. Hawthorne 141 201 I

9. Island Grove 44 29 9. Island Grove 39 45 9. Island Grove .......... 55 29 9. Island Grove -.... .. 47 39

10. Micanopy -_-_- 141 92 10. Micanopy 126 122 10. Micanopy ___ 186 68 10. Micanopy .___ 99 149

t 11. Archer __ 122 131 11. Archer 165' 134 11. Archer. 245 53 11. Archer 93 180

I 12. Stephen Foster 492 530 12. Stephen Foster 632 402 12. Stephen Foster 706 367 12. Stephen Foster 486 579

: 13. School Adm. Bldg. 323 170 13. School Adm. Bldg. 272 299 13. School A&m Bldg. 535 133 13. School Adm. Bldg 289 271

I. 14. Melrose _. T 74 36 14. Melrose w_..._...,.,.? .' 49 65 14. Melrose 74 45 14. Melrose. 66 55

'if 15. Rochelle 42 57 15. Rochelle ___ 48 63 15. Rochelle .. ,..-. I I..w- .91 26 15. Rochelle 66 44

t tf 16. Girl Scout Hut 452 179 16. Girl Scout Hut 344 324 16. Girl Scout Hut 550 176 16. Girl Scout Hut 238 425

17. Gainesville H. S. 222 177 17. Gainesville H. S. 228 '176 17. Gainesville H. S. 310 108 17. Gainesville H. S. 154 261

1, 18. Arredondo 89 73 18. Arredondo _.___ 106 69 18. Arredondo _._._. 114 68 18. Arredondo __ 93 85

t 19. Orange Heights _._ 45 23 19. Orange Heights 43 37 19. Orange Heights 56 30 19. Orange Heights .._ 46 38

20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 249 133 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 169 251 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) .._ 341 106 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 243 182

I 21. High Springs (Clinic) 152 101 21. High Springs (Clinic) 121 176 21. High Springs (Clinic) 246 81 21. High Springs (Clinic) 184 115

22. Campville -__--. 25 2-1 22. Campville ._..rM._.,, 33 21 22. Campville ___ 31 26 22. Campville 25 35

,' 23. P. K. Yonge School 535 237 23. P. K. Yonge School 421 336 23. P. K. Yonge School 601 189 i 23. P.K. Yonge School _. 239 540 ,

24. Westwood School 636 19724. Westwood School 475 349 24. Westwood School _. 707 143 24. Westwood School 202 641

25. Buchholz School 363 123 25. Buchholz School 249 237 25. Buchholz School 456 107 25. Buchholz School ._ 174 318

26. Littlewood School 650 262 26: Littlewood School 538 362 25. Littlewood School 774 163 26. Littlewood School 205 722 (

27. Recreation Center 370 131 27. Recreation Center 235 266 27. Recreation Center 436 85 27. Recreation Center _.._ 170 388

23. Voting Mach. W'house 410 232 28. Voting Mach. W'house 337 362 28. Voting Mach. W'house 601 185 28. Voting Mach W'house 370 370

.. 29. Howard Bishop School 835 53029. Howard Bishop School 843 511 29. Howard Bishop School 1,063 351 29. Howard Bishop School 417 931

30. Lake Forest School 281 281 30. Lake Forest School _. 362 208 30. Lake Forest School 436 159 30. Lake Forest School 306 276
31. Florida Union (UF) _. 314 58 31. Florida Union (UF) 178 123 31. Florida Union (UF) 271 92 I 31. Florida Union (UF) -' 63 283

32. St. Michael's Church 127 77 32. St. Michael's Church 124 84 32. S1. Micha 's Church 165 47 32. S1. Michael's Church 81 131

. .b TOTALS: 9666 5102 TOTALS: 8135 6492 TOTALS: ._ ._ 12244 3928County I I TOTALS: 6078 9663DISTRICT

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2. LaCrosse 72 141 I 119 59 116 53 2. LaCrosse ... .... ..... _- 89 39 96 109 99 53 130 I
3. Alachua ._._._._....r.. 162 314 262 132 261 ; -
124 203
i 3. Alachua .._.........._ 327 87 J14 215 88 313
4. Kirby Smith School 103 501 374 16-1 422 108 267 .
4. Kirby Smith School 239 198 123 313 .142. .- 397
5. J. J. Finley School 243 848 760 197 870 -
131 655
t 5. J. T. Finley School._ 403 289 314 375 180 .: 764
6. Newberry _......_ 191 169 2" ro 220 -
60 174
1 6. Newberry w..... 211 81 M 149 6 : 239
: 7. Sidney Lanier School 151 543 389 260
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7. Sidney Lanier School 222 258 141 281 365 ISO 453
8. Hawthorne _ 136 19-1 191 79 191 ""
,t 70 8. Hawthorne .w_ ..._ .. ... 166 65 49 73 247. 61 : .:: 299
9. Island Grove _. ...... 44 ,37I 45 15
.r. 33 25 9. Island Grove 39 14 14 20 56..:.. '_, '..1.4: ,: :: 67
10. Micanopy .._., ... 130 123 140 54 '
50 10. Micanopy :.._._._._.__- 100 79 39 90 .126--: 46. ..,, .. 169
11. Archer 62 200 118 116
167 54 11. Archer .._._...._..._ 105 M 64 132 119 80. 148
12. Stephen Foster 232 829 639 279
680 233 12. Stephen Foster 405 118. 254 470. : }1J1o 296 ':-: 643
13. School Adm. Bldg. 135 395 270 267 .
319 145 13. School Adm. Bldg. 122 232 100 169 ._301;;. ?. 'JOI .._:..: 348

1 14. Melrose 31 80 63 29 55 37 _14. Melrose _-_ 43 33 22 .' 42.: _.sa', 3-1 80
( 15. Rochelle 47 60 55 28 59 ,. .,
14 15. Rochelle ....._ 43 35" 19 47' 48 .. ..
1 16. Girl Scout Hut 165 494t 399 219 / # .
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16. Girl Scout Hut 221 224 .152 261 349 139-:-- -- 432
17. Gainesville H. S. 92 324 26-1 98 61- .
300 17, Gainesville H. S. 170 114 93 .192 191 91' : 272
f 18. Arredondo _. 30 138 -91 44 gg 47- 18. Arredondo ............ .. 68 43 38 85- 13. '. 55 -- 92
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i 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 153 237 193 107 o 0' _. -'
180 111 20. Hi. Spgs. (City Hall) 128 309 23 170 154 o.. .: -= 257
21. High Springs (Clinic) 142 128 140 63 .. .
139 55 21. High Springs (Clinic) 119 202 17 89 -. 123 M' 199
22. Campville .. ...... 9 46 32 12
w. 27 13 22. CampviIIe ...._._.... 22 9 10 21 .-, 27 .- 21. 43
23. P. K. Yonge School 193 580 4M 199 .
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583. 23. P. K. Yonge School 270 224 213 .0.320_ <..-.373 17Z _, 495
2-1. Westwood School 202 639 553 200 : : : : :..: : :
693 105 2-1. Westwood School _. 343 228 197 '331 :_ .471: .. _":135.: e29 I
25. Buchholz School 120 373 i 263 181 .
323 80 25. Buchholz School 154 135 142 203 ... 234 106 283
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26. Littlewood School 391 225. 242 332 541 If7 -- 690
1 27. Recreation Center,,_ 100 401 343 106 .
358 96 27. Recreation Center 197 141 121. 260 220 83 ". 357
28. Voting Mach..W'house 146 .
:- 529. ..386 256 161-
417 28. Voting Mach. W'house 223 209 172 m 354 139 446
I 29. Howard Bishop School'_ .. ros; 1085 .865 362 -
1014 252
29. Howard Bishop School 405 475 283 585. 710 292 954
30. Lake Forest hool'-;;.Z :-:- ::141 ". ,. :--428 .335 175 .. '
368 144 30. Lake Forest School 236 190 107 285 250 192 331
31. Florida Union (UF) 133 219 US .
105 183 63 31. Florida Union (UF) 87 85 72 1M 138 51 152
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0iiUt uil1e I iutI, ':" OF The Split a... Over 'Legaci-- s* I,


Ntm Unrk eitnrs rights" after the Democratic ferson's passion for the free- greater visibility on thttDem8-- I

JOHN L HAKKISON. Pre.14emt *a* By ARTHUR KROCKWASHINGTON"We majority reversed the much dom of choice of the individ- cratic side.. And these divisions -
deati ED JOHNSON. Tie president will resist longer antkederalist positionof ual by endorsing by name will be disclosed againin

Florida's Beautiful and ExtemUt* Editor W. C. Bun any present temptationto that party. These reversalsof the establishment of a Federal the national conventions at

EBEESOLE VU. President TABTAG-&md Advertising duck the implications of political philosophy began Fair Employment Practices San Francisco and: Atlantic f

'University City IJONE. Tie Dtrceton President BOB Md CreuU- PuUtscr By RALPH Prize Winning McGILL Publisher the Lincoln legacy, the Eisenhower with President Roosevelt'sNew Commission, one of the City. Thomas E. 'Dewey once

Uon Uaafcr. I 01 tk* AtUnU. (Ga.) Constitution example or the 1960 Deal, and has bee n most controversial of all remarked that there actually

.. maintained Presidents Truman and, .48
by 48
platform, recently proclaimed The were Republican f
c rights proposals.
: THE SUN'S POLICY .. and Johnsonin Democratic "of '' -
: -.J the Republican CitizensCommittee's Kennedy parties one
; f- Republican platform supported -
.... ,. 1. Report the news fully and impartially In the newsb columnS: :. ::. : :.:- PovertyAnd Critical Issues the Fair Deal and the New the creation by the evasive each in each state (this was

2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials Council. And in this tone of Frontier. name of a "Commission on prior to the admission 'of fI

3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. # command the council bade the Equal Job Opportunity," and Alaska and Hawaii to the union -'

ThePresident party as a whole to support THE SWAP of their traditions emphasized the objective of ). He had to wait no longer -
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 t
rights legislation, to pledgeeven by the Republican and effecting a "Federal-State for supporting evidence -

Want Ads37G4672GiltEdged stronger anti discrimination Democratic majorities h as lationship." The Democratic than when, in 1960; LyndonB.

federal compulsions, even extended to the area of platform demanded "equal access Johnson ran for re-election

Security and to expand them by legis- anti-discrimination legislation, for all Americans to as Senator on a Texas Democratic I

lative action in every state. as exemplified by the equal ALL areas of community life, state platform "which 1

But in this nothing extraneousin President Johnson's brief But the ue of the word rights planks in the national including .housing." The repudiated entirely the "philo
Of all the campaigns that are car case 1
ings had prepared him for the "legacy" overlooks the shiftin platforms of 1950. The Demo- Republicans plank caref u 11 sophy -of the Democratic national
involved. The is y
ried on in the community, or in the subject germane; spectacle of 'poverty in the the Republican Party from cratic convention renouncedthe restricted the party commit- platform on which he-

called its educational importance is un Appalachian region. But what its federalist traditionto ancient dedicationto ran for election as vice presi t'
country at large, the "drive" general party's ment to the "national objective -
is probablythe questioned. A "savings bonds forchildren" he saw.shocked him. It is notpossible strong emphasis on "state "state rights" and to Jef- of a decent home in a dent.
Operation Security describe the abject I
movement could well .to<<
very . suitable environment for every
most significant. It began, here 'conditions createa by .. BUT THE DESCRIPTIVE, .
be sponsored by som'e'affiliated edu- American.
long years of want and depri BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlard! "a four-party system," sufficiently -
and across the nation, on May 1 and cational group-if the responsibilitywere
vation. Nor is one able to points up the fact that

continues to July 4. For Gainesvilleand voluntarily accepted. catch it with a camera. To be JIOWEVER IN both conven- is obscured by general'usage

Alachua County it is directedby sure, the picture of gaunt children tions, as in the rankandfileof of the phrase "the two par-
Bernard S. Datz. There is no security more gilt- in filthy rags, their stom- liNBIRcH;; --- the two parties, a consid- ty system. And this fact, although -
ach swollen from the diseasesof I SOCIETY I erable minority o p p ose d it is largely suspendedin

edged than .a U. S. Savings Bond.It malnutrition, hammers atone's I LCALCHAPTJ i I these and other indications of national practice during

It is not so much a "drive" as it is the kind of security that oper- conscience and emo- reversal or modification of presidential campaigns in the

is an educational program-a pro ates now-and continues to operate tions. what the Republican council interest of gaining or holding

gram in personal thrift and national through guaranteed future returns.It But to comprehend the headed terms by Dr. Milton Eisenhower For- office, partly accounts for the
a "legacy.
security. It is not a new idea to be is the kind of "blue-chip" invest meaning. of poverty requiresthe high percentage ,eligible '
matter of fact the
as a political
"sold"-but an old idea to be con- ment that every citizen can make witnessing of the eye. To heirs of both Lincoln and voters who stay taway, from: ,
be is one thing. But to be the polls on election day. .
tinuously practiced. It is the idea that and that every community can profit poor Jefferson are divided over o' 4
imprisoned in all that is
voluntary investment in U. S. Savings from. their heritages. This shows The Republican convention 1.
meant by the semantics of the
of that the phrase "the two par- at Los Angeles, perhaps.even
Bonds is the best insurance word poverty is quite another (M1
ty system" has been a cliche the votes Republican senators.
Mr. Datz the chairman
national stability as well as personal for Opera- thing.
for many years. It would be will cast on the most controversial !
savings. tion Security in this area, recites with more accurate to describe the sections of the equal ;

'I enthusiasm (and conviction) the AS SOME millions of American modern American politic a 1 rights bill, will especially j f
soldiers learned in the
g Operation Security is not a flag of "dividends" to be realized from all- Second World War, the pov- structure as a "four-party sys veal the party division-on) this {

distress or an omen of crisis. It is a out support of the Operationnotonly erty of Asia and Africa had tem. And instead of the generality issue. That is because. the.- '?

reminder of opportunity, for both through the two-month "earn.paign" to be seen, smelled and view- that the .Democratic leading Republican contenderfor J

ed as a daily experience by and Republican "pa rties" presidential nonrina-?
;young and old, to help themselves but throughout the year. He
; those involved to be believed.We have exchanged Jefferson and tion, Senator' Goldwatet iy t
while helping their governm en t. believes, as do we, that the key lies
do not like to admit it, : Hamilton, to confine its rangeto definitely on record as OppoSe
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American :citizens (to date) have in a broad educational attack on the but there is in the vast American R4i their majorities since the ed to the public accommoda ;

built up a backlog of $47 billion in problem with a continuing year-to- slums of our cities a con- inauguration of the New tions section while at the

U. S. Saving Bonds. In a double sense year emphasis. dition of human poverty '= Deal. Democratic convention Presi'

I Americans are co-partners in the im which but not quite 7 w.iJ ---- ( 1m dent Johnson, who..favors the
The divisions which demonstrate
matches that of the nations bill unaltered from the dFaffr-
portant business of American democratic "Choose your reason for buying'U. where famine and neglect "No kidding, this is my first meeting and I this are current on both approved by the. House,, will I

t government. S. Savings Bonds," -says ',:Mr.: D fz. have been the lot of persons really expected to see 'little old ladies in tennisshoes'l" sides of the Senate party be nominated.witJiogt any

"It may be patriotism, personal savings across the span of hundredsof aisle, though with much contest worth. mentioning.'---H-n_ _... _

years. No person who has ,- ....
Since the promotion of Savings bolstering Alachua County'sincome "
not,smelled the stink of this THE CONSERVATIVE :. .
educational through Federal i
: Bonds essentially an expendi-
condition and seen those in- .. ; : .
I ."program in thrift and patriotism, we tures, or strengthening the national volved from day to day can t.
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tie-in with the No matter what. believe that it exists. In the o
suggest a possible economy. your reason -

i : ,schools, public and private. We may be, the.safeinsured.inest.: ?: United States 'we have some What of 'Jury Trial Amendment'? : '
what dulled the edge of it : :
..., by
strongly.. ppose using the schools for: ment in Saving Bonds benefits s.allf ..
the of
,. use surplus commodity
; extraneous promotional purposes. of us. foods and relief. But it is, By DAVID LAWRENCE to .
respect disobedience of a views
I expressed by the "lib- not comply and .till b$ Jn

.,-- nonetheless for this country., a major problem WASHINGTON What's court order outside the court- eral" justices, most of t h e"liberaLs" contempt. Or it can fine him r \

i r; II the "jury trial amendment"to room. in the Senate wilt so much a day unt1i'he does
I'' l The petulant critics say vote instead to repudiate the comply.! Or it can. do all of.
$ the "civil rights" bill all The issue as it is being debated words of the Constitution.
is made these things. These .
that poverty being a are examples
I- of the about? On its face it seemsto in Congress is a very .
Voice People political issue. It is. But let serious There is a popular" impres- of civil contempt ,cases T
be honest be a question of whether one. It is something where is
us enough admit a that sion, moreover, that jail sen- a jury not available s
,, that political, or governmental person who could be put in ought to be given'many tences are imposed only in

1. .'.... :. ., neglect of poverty Across jail on a ,charge ot.contempt stead months of of deliberation few in- the case of "criminal contempt "DECISIONS OF Amer1c. I
just a It
:On The SuNs Opinion Page= a long span of years now ," but actually individual courts make it clear that
I. ". 0 of court should have the rightto strikes at the root of the Am- an .
makes it there is
t a necessary objec- to in no right to triaTby
may go jail a
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People' column. Letters tive of politics or government. trial by jury. Would a per- erican system of justice. The "civil contempt" case as well. jury in civil contempts. That t
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should son prefer to have judgment Constitution says plainly in will continue to be the law' n- .
r hot exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The three separate provisions: Criminal contempt usually
,\ Sun reserves the right. to reject any letter or shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning orintent. -POVERTY is there.It passed on him by a jury of results punishment of the til some statute changes it.
i will not It is, and 12 citizens or by just one in-
go away. 1. "THE TRIAL of all defendant by a fine or imprisonment "The jury trial amendment
know The other slate is has been, increasing at a gla- dividual a judge? in definite whatever its form lake
i tIt's Barking problem. Dog owners headedby crimes, except in cases of impeachment a amount may ,
there is an ordinance that Congressman W. C. Cra- cierlike speed. Most of those This is not an easy questionto shall be by jury." and for a definite time. Under is an illusion as long as. itj$
contained in it functionally
4 Tliar Boiliers calls'\1nneeessaJ'Y dog bark- mer, who holds a current ACA are answer. For sometimse a the "civil rights" bill I confined to criminal con-
11\ ing a "city nuisance." --' consistency Index voting record illiterate. They lack skills, jury is not able to under- 2. "In all criminal prose- passed by the House, the tempt. If the proponents of
all now look for- or their skills (like those of cutions, the accused shall judge would be able to the bill want to make aico'n-
l EDITOR Soil:.Many of us May we of 100. This is support coal stand the fine points of the try a
) have become ob-
I in the Carol Estates section ward to a good night's rest of legislation which upholds solete.mining have become law and may make a mistake enjoy the right to a speedyand criminal contempt case with- cession, the amendment must

of our beautiful. city have and pleasant wonderful. day- constitutional principals and Many whereas a judge who is public trial, by an impartial out a jury and impose sentence include both civil and criminal -
: time living. functionally inoperative as jury of the state and in certain instances contempt.:' This, of coMs
given much tune l constructive thought: .to. the 12 Carol Estates Residents. economy. Cramer is beings. of the statutes would pre- district wherein the crime where the fine was to be $300or should not include contempts
I This human shall have been committed." less or where the impris- committed in -immediate
current dog situation. completely committed l'o' deteriorating sumably do a better job _.
t We firmly liev that maybe The Split Goldwater. condition has been known for though often some judges 3. "In suits at common onment is 45 days or less. But presence of the courtSo /;

t a leash law for dogs is not In State GOP From the point of view of at least 30 years. The peopleof seem to be politically law, where the value in con- an individual also can be jail-. it is evident that neither. I
t The real problem the Republican nomination in Erskine Caldwell's "Tobacco minded. troversy shall exceed twenty ed for civil contempt or for side is all wrong or all right
I necessary. Road" were real personsas criminal contempt, it is justas on this issue and that serious
is dogs barking at all hours EDITOR Sun The current July, the Cramer slate lends dollars, the right of trial by
f of the night and day. If this : unequivocal support to Gold- was their condition of life. BASICALLY, the whole con- jury shall be preserved." much a punishment or dis consideration should be given L.
J struggle w it h i n the Florida water and for an aggressivetwo This is not an emotional anal- troversy arises now in con-. grace. One prominent lawyer to the whole matter because_

.t, barking stops have noone, Republican party betveen the in the Stateof ysis. The people are there'- nection with "civil rights" be- But the courts have arbi- wrote to this correspondent it involves a precedent of far- i
party system
we are sure, man's anything Pawley unpledged slate and Florida. However lock- and so are the children. Most, cause of a fear that juries in trarily tried to define a the other day: reaching importance. It is just

Ii to say against the Cramer slate pledged to at the election, in but not all, of the able have the South may not administer "crime" in different ways. As "It will make little differ- one of a number of alc 1 v J 1 .
friend. ing
best and Senator Goldwater is a most general left. What we have is a resi- justice as it should be. recently as last year in the ence to the defendant whether rights" measures that are being -
It is the dog barking November, the Pawley slateof
t that is interesting and unusual con- due. Do we continue to ignorit But the legislation pendingin proceedings for criminal con- he is in jail on a chargeof rushed through Congress ,
.i nothing more test on our political scene. experienced Republicans, ? Or do we attempt to do the Senate is designed to tempt against Governor Bar- civil or criminal contemptas because ol political pressuresand I

I getting on people's well nerves.trained Each slate of delegates for are adapt at working as a something about it? Is it emo- cover citizens in all parts of nett of Mississippi, the Supreme long as he is, in fact, in intimidation by thre lS of*
t Dogs that are the National Con- minority par.yhich delIvered tionalism to ask that a civi- Court by a 5-to-4 vote 1 violence
bark Republican the country and to secure justice jail. The court can simply or street dertonltrations. -; \
pose no problem. They stalks the vention in July actually sup- Florida in the last three lized nation do this? Shall we for everybody-not just decided against the requestfor leave him there until he complies This is not *the roper* "
Only if a prowler Goldwa presidential electio n s to cry "politics" and refuse to a jury trial. Chief Justice order. Or it
do ports Senator Barry people in one section. with its can way to enact legislation dealing -
house. The reason they ter. The race is most refreshingly the more conservative Repub- accept the facts and the obligation Warren and Justices Black, levy a conditional fine whichhe with fundament princi
bark is to let the homeownerand lican candidate. They recog- involved? What constitutes "e 0 n- dis J J
between two conserva- Goldberg and Douglas will have to pay if he does pies of Justice. ,.
neighbors know that to nize the Democrats elect the tempt"? It involves disobed- sented. In his opinion, Justice :.. .
tive groups one trying .. .
something is wrong. President in Florida and join ience of an order issued by -
HERE WE SEE starkly Black wrote:
:. It is the dogs that are not be even more conservativethan with them in working for highlighted the failure of the the court or else misbehavior NOT BY RIGHTS ALONE
the other quite a
trained that bark at the moon conservative constitutional inside a courtroom. There "I think that this doctrine ,
American conservative of the
fcnd just bark, bark, bark for change from the usual Demo- seems to be universal acceptance that a judge has inherent power .
cratic demonstration of each government as supported by Goldwater and right-wing va- From an article by 1: v
no reason at all that aggravate trying to reach a more Senator Goldwater.One riety. In 1932 a frightened and of the idea that any disorder to make himself prosecutor R. W. Puryear, President.-.***.:*: .:.-**""*
group and seriously
everyone.For rarified level of liberialism. might ask Why understandably bewilde red inside a courtroom judge jury Florida Memorial College .t T "'. :
the peacefulness of the encroaches the consti-
neighborhood and in respect We've been reaching such doesn't Senator Goldwatercome Herbert Hoover propos e d should without be punished jury by trial.the tutional right upon to trial by jury The Freedom Now movement*that ls:,.5w2fipJngT awaj the

hard-working men and heights lately we've been onox'gcn down to Florida and "rugged individualism" as judge any and should be repudiated." patterns of discrimination surely" marks? jar'jfloti\erAgg$ tprn.:
for distinct differenceof
who must have their I hope the supply settle the problem? a solution to the vast depression There is a iilg point in the history of. ..our people and"nation; -, .. -

night's women sleep, dogs of course doesn't give out before we get Admittedly a unified partylooks which had come so swift- what opinion should, however be done, as with to BUT, IN SPITE of these Man does not however,live by righUalone" :::%-..+*S-V* :

should not be allowed to our feet on the ground again). better politically, but ly and was, as he saw, wor- What shall,it profit a jnan .td gab. TTlfijrfrigftS'.f n"the:

-bark at night. During the The one slate is headed by more important and most encouraging sening. Senator Goldwater, if world and yet be lacking iir'th: r:i inpjd.l: : iwow-:

is the fact that the one understands him, seemsto how (in a word, education) required.fl'hthele- and
that bark over William D. Pawley, who or- LAWMAKERSOne ..
porthing day, should be controlled ganized the American Volunteer Senator seems to be letting have suggested that the YOUR enjoyment of those rights? : ': ....;;..;;:-.= :;; :

-. and never be left at home to Group known as "The Florida settle her own prob- problem of poverty and unemployment do himself and country This question does no imply ..lU.fp r. ge r civil ; Q
would. be solvedif of the finest a person can
disturb neighbors while their Flying Tigers" and holds the lems at home without a rights struggle but simply pomtO0n0hjit> 3rtt .wrj1 oto
masters are away. Republic of China Order of power play from Washington. the people would but go to is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im lary struggle for education, freedom has-a hollow ne ,..

Most people who have dogs the Brilliant Star, is a staunch Either slate that is elected work. portance. It has happened to our people-before- WIle: fhe.vTetorK>u, 1
The conservative this
teat are disturbing apprectote backer of Goldwater. His slate will give and receive all out armies of Lincoln rang liberty'-.ihrtughout thetlaad and tall

it when neighbors tell holds such people as Basil La- support for Senator Goldwater school admit cannot that bring federal himselfto Congressmen anii'senators do not know your feelings on the inhabitants thereof, it ;w thmtea.tt.Jtt1d; : ; [ Jgnorf :.. (

Jhem their dogs are barking. Vergne past state chairmanof with such a "states conceived and programs administered certain,legislation unless yon keep them advised by writing ance of the Negro <
Fine cooperation is the real the Draft Goldwater Com rights" demonstration as this! by the them. They appreciate your interest in the job they.are doingin masters to remain masters still. .Z '''' IN'" l Z I

answer to the dog barking mittee. .OBSERVER t government Yet If we are to emancipate jMirseHjeiipCQm tEeu q iagcwe oC .:
.... are necessary. Washington. second class citizenship forced 13PQjCll3r3tfter: 011d taTJEman* .j
know that without them
they This country is YOURS. Keep it that way. It Is YOUR dnty cipationt we must win .not jusrrigfats'but! B the1"ability
the problem of tbe slums, rural *v > i > g
: POTOMAC FEVER to exercise those rights.EqIa11ty .- .**- ..;. ".. ....- '
: and Appalachia, will not, to write YOUR congressman and senators. ,
of opportunity consistsquHCas nfflctCoT equalitj .
By Jack Wilson,' Cowles Washington Bureau and cannot, be alleviated.The '
senator knows full well THEIR ADDRESSES of preparation as it does of an equal rtsbftbtrg = : f'To

JT Lodge and Scranton still' insist they're not candidates. Smart. It's obvious that local government cannot be permitted to take the exams for shanng he good

1 Republicans aren't, going to vote for anyone unless there's at least a fair begin to do what must be Sen. Spessard L. Holland, Room 421, Senate Office Building,- things of life is not enough; we must. be prepared pass

1 chance: he won't,:tUn. done. It is not a good idea to Washington D. C. those exams in competition, and to do. the;technical jobshour *
i modern civilization requires. r :
have conservatism equated (
*w Republican rtrrilt of a. 'Democrat:'A.- r:rich man driving SO-iniles an::luur- .fc in .:with neglect of human misery Sen. George A. Smathers, Room 4313, New Senate Office Only then will we, !truljr qualify as,firs\! cla -ciquns. I

4Jie dark with''beagle" in one hand. ..and a. 'cup of beer, in the: other.. ;' .-'.,. "On a vast scale. Yet this is Building Washington, D. C. With millions going into civil rights funds -'-other millions !

1 .. *- ..--.....: ._:::-: ..*"- ......'. ;-* :.. ,what is happening- the op- Rep. 'D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Room 1320 Longworth Building must continue to go into -educational' fu ds.. As educators, it t.

*: LBJ pays homage' to;.George":Washington, who saved us a lot of' money. .'..position to the plan to do ,.Washington, D. C. is our duty to remind that if we.tut.oyermuch our timfc ,

JJf there hadn't been any First ,President there would be no White House,to something 'about poverty in or money into one' basket, we will have/ to pay the .price ol

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I f 6 Gainesville sIffV ,Wednesday, May 6, 1954

.. : lat 8 "Are Parents Always'will again have their rehearsal
g "-' _-4-- .' : .-;;r.1' ...".;;-: p.m.,
5 CONSCIENCEOF COLORED NEWS light?" Panel, Mrs. Daphne i:30 p.m. V -
uval-WUliams, a teacher ui :Mt. Carihel Baptist-: :Yoith

i 11 Lincoln High School Samuel Forum today, 7:30 p.m. and also -

I &f rzuflktqt B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor Taylor, Lavon Wright, Mrs. ,:: both Choirs Nos. 1 an t $ will
Vilma Hamilton. Sandra' Williams :have their rehearsal: 8, pgn.;
1'' 9 WILLISTON NEWS i urday, May .9, from the and James Hayes; ,and tomorrow ,and there WIll be a Business

THE Singers To Appear I church's dining room. I at 8 p.m., "Marriageand Meeting tomorrow 7 p.m., and
: 3'
The Spiritual Sterrers, sing- You may purchase a palat- Divorce", speaker, Rev.V. 'also both Choirs No.s 1..ai4 2
:: JOHX B. HABBISON. Pnal4eai dPublUken ers, will appear in a musical able chicken or chitterlings M. Ferguson, pastor of'will again have their reb.earsalu
.4 ._ PAT COWLES. Tk I'real- SOUTHBy program at the St. Peter Baptist I dinner and eat it family style' M o u n t Pleasant Methodist
11 "" genii ED JOBKSOK. Tie Pr* UentU4 p.m. Rev. T. ". Wright t..pastor ; -
Church at Archer Sunday at the dining room have it delivered Church.
or -
: ExeentlT EdiUri W. G. CBffl)
Florida's Beautiful ; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm re
,I : EBEKSOLE. Tic PrtWtnt and A4TertUIng May 10, at 3 p.m. in behalf ofthe to your residence. For The public is invited. "",

1 .. 'UniversityCitf JJJ Dlrcctori. BOB TABTAG- RALPH McGILL Women's Home Mission So- delivery service call: Mrs. I-, S porter
... ., '_ Mt. Pleasant Methodist. -r-Tfca
:..". LIONE. Tie*. .l'ruLfen& I. e', l. Fulitier Prbe fflnnlnf Fibluher ciety. Rev C. Henderson, pastor -Louise Young FR. 6-6334; orMrs.
:! it .' S Uon X.agerv .' I 01 the Atlanta Ga.) Constitution AILING AT HOME Commission on Stewardship and
V ; A. E. Muchael, president. Ida Anderson, Fr. 6-7370.
The following persons are ail- Finance will meet today 7:30
THE SUN'S POLICY Please give the f o 11 ow.V
:... 4 _"' ing: name, number of lag in their homes: Mrs. Estel- p.m. Mrs. Inez I. Jones, chair-
:2 V '1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news V columns. :; :,. -!... V' PovertyAnd LACHUA NEWS and specify the kind. dinnersV la Knowles, Mrs. Anna Watts man. The Youth Choir will have

"! : '. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials V %' _S Plans ProgramThe ners will be ready at 11 a. m. and Mrs. Rosa Faircloth. its rehearsal today 6 pjn.; and
:.. 3.. Publish all' sides of important controversial Issues. ,* i Gospel Calaviers, singers sharp. Mrs. Ida Anderson, prejs- Their friends hope that they Choir No. 2 will have sits V rehearsal -

=; The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-844i: ; :;. :--: The from Brunswick, ,Ga., will ident. will soon regain their normal tomorrow) 7:30: jxm. ; 'J
in musical condition. Mrs. T. D.
.. appear a programat physical Edell Turner, president: Richard r
3 V Want Ads-376-4672 $fl4". !. the Church of God in Christat SPECIAL NOTICE shannon, reporter. Parker organist. Rev. .WFerguson V
V Alachua at 4 p.m., and also .. .j
President The Commission on"Educationand M. pastor. V V
I the Church of God in Christ at .
; Gilt-Edged Security Church School Staff will I ELECTION OF OFFICERS Church of God in Christ -
t .. High[ Springs.
: -' .V.. : V meet at the home of Mrs. K. The Pallbearers' Lodge No. Church School, 10 ajn.; mom-
I 2 Of all the campaigns that are car- But in this case nothing extraneous- resident' Johnson's brief churches During,the Evangelist programs R. L.at Lambert D. Childs, Friday at 7:30 p.m. 113 held its election of officers ing worship, 12 noon;, Young

ings bad prepared him'fol" the recently at the Masonic Hall People's Willing Workers' Meeting \
2 ried on in' the community, or in the in involved. The subject, is germane; will speak. HIGH SPRINGS NEWSWomen's
spectacle! of poverty in the with Fred Alexander presiding.The 7 p.m.: and evening worship -
= country at large, the "drive" called its educational importance is un Appalachian region. But what Day Planned attendance was g o'o'd. 8 p.m. Bishop Williams. ,

S Security is probably questioned. A "savings bonds for he saw shocked him...It' is not V ,NOTICE The observance of Women's Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. pastor. ; : : : : : ; -.
Operation children" movement could very well possible to describe the abject The members of Juvenile Day has begun at the Churchof

I 3 the most significant. It began here be sponsored by some affiliated educational conditions created by Choral Group Lodge No. 113 are God in Christ. The scheduleof SPECIAL NOTICE .

2 and across the nation, on May 1 and long years of want and depri- asked to meet Friday at 5:30: services is as follows: To- ECIAk NOU ; : : ;'
group-if the responsibilitywere vation. Nor is one able to p.m. at the home of Mrs. Gus- day at 8 p.m, Sister D. Shade, The W.S.C.S. of the Mt. Plea- All members of the District ,
:; continues to July 4. For Gainesville voluntarily accepted. of Gainesville will conduct the sant Methodist Church study '
: catch it with a camera. To be jie Ross, of 704 S. W. 5th Ter ir of
ChQ<) the.Mf.Sjnai' ; Baptist;
5 and Alachua County it is directedby sure, the picture of gaunt children race. Miss Tennie M. Fox, president -services; and tomorrow at 1 8 course "The Christian Familyand Association are asked to mee
in their stemi Mrs. P. L. Scott, director p.m. Sister Lillie B. Lewis and its Money" will be todayat
:: Bernard S. Datz. There is no security more gilt- filthy rags, ; Thursday, May 7, at 8 p.m. at -
.. ach swollen from the diseases and reporter; Mrs. M. Simmons -also the Church of God in 8 p.m. at the church and
edged than U. S. Bond.It the Ebenezer Baptist Church
a Savings .
Christ Gainesville will taught by Mrs. W. W. Johnson.
of malnutrition, hammers at assistant director; :Mrs. coning '
I : It is not so much a "drive" as it is the kind of security that oper- one's conscience and emo- iussie Ross, pianist. in their homes! Mrs. Estel All interested persons are invited with Reb. E. D. Robinson, p 's-

is educational ates now-and to attend. tor, at Starke. .
; an program-a pro- continues to operate tions. V VV

in personal thrift and national through guaranteed future returns.It I.
: gram But to comprehend the ALACHUA NEWSClassleaders' CLUB PLANS MEETINGThe I

5 security. It is not a new idea to be is the kind of "blue-chip" invest meaning of poverty requiresthe Contest Set Majestic Club will meet I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew "

I "sold"-but an old idea to be continuously ment that every citizen can make witnessing of the eye. TO The class leaders of the St at the home of :Mrs. DorothyL. tttar :

I Z practiced. It is the idea that and that every community can profit be poor is one thing. But to be Luke A.M.E. Church will have Akins, 1601 S. E. 13th St., to- Salem BaptistSunday t

voluntary investment in U. S. Savings from. imprisoned in all that is their contest on'June 7. Each day at 8:30: p.m.MOTHERS' School, 10 a.m.; morning wor- JIMMIE LEE PERRY
meant by the semantics of the classleader will strive to raise ship, Communion; 11:30: a.m. .
i -:: Bonds is the best insurance of word poverty is quite another the highest amount over $100. The sermon will be preachedby Jimmie Lee Perry whore

= national stability as well as personal Mr. Datz, the chairman for Opera- thing. The following classleaders are DAY FETE the pastor or his appointee. sided and also was emrlcved! at :

2 savings. tion Security in this area, recites with i in the contest: 1, C. O. Whit- There will at be the a First Mothers' Day There will be a Mothers' Day! the Sunland Training Center, i

:;: enthusiasm (and conviction) the"dividends" AS SOME millions of American fidd; 2, Issac Duval; 3, LeRoy program Church Sunday at 11 a.m.Baptist program under the direction of r died following an automobile ,
Bryant 4, Luther Reynolds; and Miss Ruth A. Ramsey, 3 accident
soldiers ; in
learned in the p.m. Sunday mornjng
1 !
Operation Security is not a flag ofZ to be realized from all- The pastor and also officers
Second World War, the pov- 5, A.V.. Brown. The one who behalf ot the Women's Home Duncan Brothers, mor cians.
; distress or an omen of crisis. It is a out support of the Operationnotonly erty of Asia and Africa had raises the highest amount of I are their,asking the which members will to pay terminate Mission with Mrs. Amanda will announce funeral arrangeV V i

) reminder of opportunity, for both through the two-mbnth "cam to be seen, smelled and view- money will be crowned, "Mr. pledges at 3 p.m. Rev. W. A. Scott, president; there will be a ments later. V

: :: young and old, to help themselves paign" but throughout the year. He ed as a daily experience by St. Luke." Miles, pastor; Mrs. Bessie M. Talent Program by the youth ,in

I :: while helping their governm e n t. believes, as do we, that the key lies those involved to be believed.We Each member is asked to do I Johnson, reporter. behalf of the school at St. Augustine I ;
do not like to admit it his or her best. Rev. B. F. Bul- 6 LEROY SCOTTLeRoy
Each member
t; :2. American citizens (to date) have in a broad educational attack on the but there is in the vast American lard, pastor; Mrs. Mary Allen asked to p.m.$1.00. Members of is ,
FAMILY WEEK pay Scott of waldo "dielin
1built backlog of $47 billion in problem with :
up a continuing year-to- slums of our cities a con- reporter. 'the
The observance of Family program committee are: the Veterans'
= U. S. Saving Bonds. In a double sense dition of human
: year emphasis. poverty NOTICE V Week has begun at the Mt. Car- Miss Ruth A. Ramsey, Miss Rosetta Lake Cty! Sunday after a lingering -
*; Americans are co-partners in the important ''which but not quite mel Baptist Church and lasts Mims and Miss Romia illness.

I ::- business of American democratic "Choose your reason for buying U. matches where famine that of and the nations The Willing Workers of Great V to Sunday. ott; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter;I Duncafi Brothers morticians V ,

Z government. S. Savings Bonds," says Mr. Datz. have been the lot of neglect er Bethel A.M.E. Church an The schedule of subjects to be Rev. C. J. Johnson, pastor. I will announce funeral arrange-
; f "It persons nounce the sale of dinners Sat discussed is as follows: Today First Baptist -Choir No. 1 I ments later. ., '
i may be patriotism, personal savings across the span of hundredsof

; *-; Since the promotion of Savings bolstering Alachua County's years. No person who has V -

!,1 I :'. Bonds is essentially an educational income through Federal expenditures !- not smelled the stink of this THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT :: ,
condition and seen those in- ;..
Z program in thrift and patriotism, we or strengthening the national : '
volved from day to day can : t ..
:\\ =2. suggest possible tie-in with the economy. No matter what your reason believe that it exists. In the <

: I 2schools, public and private. We may be, the safe, insured invest United States we have some- What of 'Jury Trial 1endnient'By ?- .V

=: strongly oppose using the schools for ment in Saving Bonds benefits all what dulled the edge of it by
the use of surplus commodity
= extraneous promotional of
I purposes. us.
::. foods and relief. But it is, DAVID LAWRENCE respect to disobedience of a views expressed by the "lib not: comply and still be 'In 1

.... nonetheless this a major problemfor WASHINGTON What's court order outside the court- eral" justices, most of t ii e"liberaLs" contempt. Or. it can fine him

country. the "jury trial amendment"to room. VS in the Senate will so much a day until fie does V V
I .The petulant critics vote instead to repudiate the comply. Or it can do all of
say the "civil rights" bill all The issue as it is being debated words of the Constitution.
I that poverty is being made a these things, These areexamV
: VOIce oIthe about? On its face it seemsto in Congress is a very
People political issue. It is. But let There is a popular impres pes! of civil contempt cases:
us be honest enough to admit be a question of whether a V that ought'one.to It be is given something sion moreover, that jail sen- where a jury is not available

that political, or governmental person who could be put in months of deliberation many in- tences are imposed only in

neglect of poverty acrossa jail on a charge of contemptof the case of "criminal contempt "DECISIONS OF American
On The Sun's stead of just a few days. It
E. = Page= long span of years now ," but actually an individual courts make it clear that
court should have the rightto strikes at the root of the Am-
makes it a necessary objec- there is. no .right to trial by
: to in
:: may go jail a
i and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice trial Would erican system of justice. The
Opinions of the People column. Letters tive of politics or government. by jury. a per- "civil .jury in civil contempts. That
= and bear the writer's address. Homes contempt" case as v.ell.
: must be signed be withheld if requested. A letter should Constitution says plainly in
'V not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The son prefer to have judgment three separate provisions Criminal contempt usually will continue to be the law un-.
; ::.V Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or IT -POVERTY is there.It passed on him by a jury of : results in punishment of the til some statute changes it.

intent. will not go away. It is, and 12 citizens or by just one in- defendant '" "The
V 1. "THE TRIAL of all by a fine or imprisonment jury trial amendment,
i It's Barking problem. Dog owners know The other slate is headedby has been, increasing at a gla- dividual a judge? crimes, except in cases of impeachment in a definite amount whatever its form-may take,

there is an ordinance that Congressman W. C. Cra- cierlike speed. Most of those This is not an easy questionto shall be by jury." and for a definite time. Under is an illusion as long as it is

r: That Bothers calls unnecessary dog barking mer, who holds a current ACA contained in it are functionally answer. For sometimse a the "civil rights" bill confined V to criminal con-

V a "city nuisance." consistency Index voting record illiterate. They lack skills, jury is not able to understand 2. "In all criminal prose- passed by the House, the tempt: If :the proponents of I

3 EDITOR, Sun: Many of us May we all now look forward of 100. This is supportof or their skills (like those of the fine points of the cutions, the accused shall judge would be able to try a the bill want to make a concession
section to a good night's rest legislation which coal mining) have become ob enjoy the right to a speedyand criminal with- the
::J: in the Carol Estates upholds solete. law and may make a mistake contempt case amendment. must
cf:; our beautiful city have and pleasant wonderful day- constitutional principals and Many become whereas a judge who is public trial, by an impartial out a jury and impose .sentence include both civil and,V criminal I

2 given much time and serious, time living. opposes so c i alism of Amer- functionally contributive human inoperative as familiar with all the intrica- jury of the state and in certain instances contempt.? This, pf course '
if constructive 12 Carol Estates Residents. beings. district wherein the crime where the fine to be should not include
thought to the ican economy. Cramer is cies of the statutes would pre- was $300or contempts
: current dog situation. The completely committed t 0 This deteriorating human sumably do a better job have been committed. less or where the impris- committed in the immediate .

:Z: We firmly believe that may- Split Goldwater. condition has been known for though often some judges 3. "In suits at common onment is 45 days or less. But presence of the court."

i': be a leash law for dogs is not III State GOP From the point of view of at least 30 years. The peopleof seem to be politically law, where the value in con- an individual also can b.e jail- So it is evident that neither :

S : necessary. The real problem the Republican nomination in Erskine Caldwell's "Tobacco minded. troversy shall exceed twenty ed for civil contempt or for side is all wrong or all righton i

\I r' is dogs barking at all hours EDITOR, Sun: The current July, the Cramer slate lends Road" were real personsas dollars, the right of trial by criminal contempt, it is justas this issue and that serious '

Zof the night and! day. If this struggle within the Florida unequivocal support to Gold- was their condition of life. BASICALLY, the whole controversy jury shall be preserved." much a punishment or dis consideration should be givento

V Z barking stops, n 0 one between water and for an aggressivetwo This is not an emotional anal- arises now in con- grace. One prominent lawyer the whole matter becauseit
: will have Republican party ysis. The people are there nection with "civil rights" be- But the courts have arbitrarily ..< wrote to this correspondent involves
we are sure anything Pawley unpledged slate and party system in the Stateof a precedent of far-
2 :1 to say against man's Florida.. However look- and so are the children. Most, cause of a fear that juries in '' tried to define a"crime" the other day: reaching importance. It is just
the Cramer slate to
; best friend. ing at the general election in but not all, of the able have the South may not administer in different ways. As "It will make little differ- one .of a nwnber-of -"civil
Senator Goldwater
It is the dog,barking and and unusual is a most November the Pawley slateof left. What we have is a resi- justice as it should be. recently as last year in the ence to the defendant whether rights" measures that-are being .

I : nothing more that is interesting con- experienced Republicaru, due. Do we continue to ignorit But the legislation pendingin proceedings for criminal con- he is in jail on a chargeof rushed through Shgress
S test on our political scene. ? Or do we attempt to do tempt against Governor Bar-
Z getting on people's nerves. the Senate is designed to civil or criminal contempt because of political
J Dogs that are well trained Each slate of delegates for are adapt at working which as delivered a something about it? Is it emotionalism cover citizens in all parts of nett of Mississippi,', the Supreme as long as he is, in fact, in, ., and intimidation by,threats rurCs ofWorence

pose no problem. They bark the Republican National Con- minority' Florida par in>y the last three- to ask that a civilized !- the country and to secure justice Court by a 5-to-4 vote jail. The court can simply? ii sfreel aemonstrations. -

Z only if a prowler stalks the vention in July actually sup- nation do this? Shall we for everybody-not just decided against the requestfor leave him there until he complies This is not the.

V I house. The reason they dol ports Senator Barry Goldwater. presidential electio n s to cry "politics" and refuse to people in one section. a jury trial. Chief Justice with its order. Or it can way: ,to eoacj legislation properV dealing ;
The most refresh- the more conservative Repub- accept the facts and the obligation Warren and Justices Black
bark is to let the homeownerS race is levy a conditional fine whichhe -with fundamental
between two conserva- lican candidate. They recog- involved? What constitutes "C 0 ntempt" Goldberg and Douglas dis i .' princi
:: and neighbors know that ingly will have to pay if he does -pIes t.J shcC; :'
: something is wrong. tive groups one trying to nize the Democrats elect the ? It involves disobed- sented. In his opinion, Justice .. .' ... '
conservativethan President in Florida and join HERE WE SEE ience of an order issued by Black wrote:
; It is the dogs that are not be even more starkly
I :S trained that bark at the moon V the other quite a with them in working for highlighted the failure of the the court or else misbehavior "I think that this doctrine NOT BY RIGHTS AtONE II f
conservative constitutional 1 inside courtroom. There
from the usual Demo- American conservative of the a ,
5 : and just bark, bark, bark fort change : > >' -.' *+...>uk,. .- I
government as supported by Goldwater and seems to be universal accept that a judge has inherent power -
= no reason at all that aggra- cratic demonstration of each right-wing va- .. : I
.... vate everyone. group trying to reach a more Senator Goldwater. riety. In 1932 a frightened and ance of the idea that any disorder to make himself prosecutor From an ',article by .: ."" : .
One ask inside a courtroom judge and jury seriously R. W. Puryear, President .
might Whydoesn't
I :5, For the peacefulness of the rarified level of liberialism. understandably bewilde red '": : ;
encroaches the constitutional Florida Memorial .. I '
neighborhood and in respect We've been reaching such Senator Goldwatercome Herbert Hoover propos e d should be punished by the upon College "< *
: for hard-working men and heights lately we've been on down to Florida and "rugged: individualism" as judge without any jury trial. right to trial by jury The Freedom Now mpyemenf that is 'sweeping'" way ,3

women who must have their oxygen I hope the supply settle the problem? a solution to the vast depression There is a distinct differenceof and should be repudiated." : patterns of .discrimin ticn surely mark 'a:rnv nfeiitOus Jur3-

: night's sleep, dogs of course doesn't give out before we get Admittedly a unified party which had come so swiftly t. opinion, however, as to i lag point in the history:of our people and nation.i -' .- :
it what should be done BUT IN SPITE of these Man does not everlive by rights atone... t _' .
sf should not be allowed to our feet on the ground again). looks better politically but and was, as he saw, wor- *
t,. :; bark at night. During the The one slate is headed by more important and most en- sening. Senator Goldwater, if What shall it profit a man to gain alTlhe .xlghls In tfie
world and
""" day dogs that bark over William D. Pawley, who or- couraging is the fact that the one understands him, seemsto yet be lacking in the knowledgefkillknow-
a have suggested that the YOUR. LAWMAKERS how (in a word, education, ) required forthe exercise
::- northing should be controlled ganized the American Volun- Senator seems to be letting *"* and
; and never be left at home to teer .Group known as "The Florida settle her own prob- problem of poverty and unemployment enjoyment of those rights? V V. V

i disturb neighbors while their Flying Tigers" and holds the lems at nome without a would be solvedif One of the finest services a person can do himself and country This question does no imply any disparagement.of tne civ- i

:: masters are away. V Republic of China Order of power play from Washington. the people would but'go to is to write his congressman or senators on matters of im il rights struggle, but simply points 'oat tharftit&out; a. corol I

Most people 'who.:.have dogs jthe Brilliant Star is a staunch Either. slate that is elected work. lary struggle for education, freedom has; :a holltjw& ,- : :

;. that are :.disturbing! apprec- backer. Goldwater. His slate win give ,and receive all out The conservative of this portance. V It has happened, to our people before: When the victorious

iate it when neighbors tell holds such people as Basil La- support for Senator Goldwa school cannot bring himselfto Congressmen and senators do not know jour feelings on armies of Lincoln rang liberty .throughout] -11ie'and to

Z. them their;dogs are:barking. Vergne, past state chairman ter wi th such a "states. admit that federal programs certain Jegislation unless yon keep them advised by writing all the of inhabitants the thereof it was. 'the. illtgrajcy:, and ignorance -
Fine cooperalloa. is the real of the DrafttGoldwater demonstration' this! conceived and ad-' Negro "Freedmen" thaj enabled-their erstwhfle
; to'tteTdog barking ,jnittee. Com- rights"0'. OBSERVER as ministered by the government them. They appreciate your: interest in the job they are doingin masters to remain masters still.. V .. .___ -
:S answer
.. .".... .. ... V are necessary. Yet Washington.This S If we are to emancipate ourselves Item tfiiTquagmire of

A : they know that without them second class citizenship forced upon U{after. o F fiis."Eman-

..:. .. : :POTOMAC FEVER the problem of the slums, rural country is YOURS. Keep it that way. It Is YOUR duty cipation," we must win not just rights! 'bualso.{ -Jthe ability

V '- : and Appalachia, will not, to write YOUR congressman and senators. to exercise those rights. V .. .

'..!.:: ..JJy-Jack..... _. ., Wilson, :Cowles"..Washington Bureau and cannot be alleviated.The Equality 9f opportunity consists quite as mu 1 1-of equality
: M' V senator knows full well THEIR ADDRESSES of preparation as it does of '"
an equal nightie tryVZ, :
Lodg :and.S t ntl l..ltnl" Jnsist.theyre; not
candidates. Smart. It's obvious r:
that local To be
permitted to take the
1 :: Republican,Daren't gqi4g.to: vot foC'anyone unless there's :at ..least.:.a.:fair ,V begin to_'do what must cannot be Sen. Spessard L. Holland, Room 421, Senate Office Building! things of life is not enough; we exams must for be sharing prepared the to good pass ,

V ..1 1 chance hevop't-..... .-m."........i ......_."..._.-.,,.-,,' .-.#,-' ::. ". :. _,. V done. It is not a good idea to Washington, D. C. S : those exams in competition and to do the.technical jobsour
.... I have conservatism equated modern civilization : J
1 : Republican aitf.atht': : : A rich man driving's: ? miles an',hour in with neglect of human misery Sen. George A. Smathers, 'Room 4313, New Senate Office Only then will we requires. V
truly !
the dark with in'one"hand, and D. C. qualify V as. class citizens.
= 'a ,beagle; of Building Washington,
a beer
cup in the other. -_ V V' on a vast scale. Yet, this is With millions going into civil rights! funds, other millions #
1 LBJ homage.'to' -r V what: is happening in the op. Rep. D. R.: (Billy), Matthews, Room 1320 Longworth Build must continue .to go into educational funds. As educators,;-it: ..
: pays George Washington, who saved us a lot of money. position 'to the plan to do C. VL is our duty: to remind that if
D. !
ing Washington, we put vermuch o our time .)I
I If there hadn't ,
M been First President
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Wednesday, May 6, 1964.GaineSYiJle Sun 7

Here's RundownOn



The management and personnel of The Variety Store wish to extend their sincere thanksto

AP-Despite has said some of Johnson's as- the hundreds of good people in the whole Greater /?-..?-,.-<.-= 'q pr"n who visited our
the whirlwind pace he's been sociates have been worried
1 keeping, President Johnson's about his energetic pace in store last Friday and Saturday to help make our -
heart-the heart that sufferedan view of his history of having

1 the That attack White doing was in fine.House the 1955-is indication apparentlystill from had However one the heart President, there attack.are knows indications howto RCA Whirlpool Texas Days and RCA Victor BonanzaThe

today in an- mix rest and relaxation with

swer state of to the a query President's concerning health.I the I his fast-stepping work day. greatest sales event this store has ever staged. So many of those who came AND
The White House said John-
the The fact query the was President motivated, ever by son's latest electrocardiograph SAW THE GREAT SAVINGS passed the word along, and requests to continue the
examination-a test of his heart
since he took office, has main- function-showed a normal find- sale were so heavy, we are CONTINUING THE DOUBLE SALE ONE MORE WEEK.
tained a fast and vigorous work-
ing den schedule-ranging from sud- ing.pulse The, blood same is pressure true of and his Door Prize Drawings Will Continue Throughout The Week Come In And Register -
airplane trips to fast-paced
breathing rate.Furthermore. No Purchase .- ,
on-the-hoof news conferencesheld Necessary. :- #
there is"no enlargement -S
on the quarter-mile drive-
] way behind the White House.At of the heart," the I T' 1W Now Is The
White House said. It the
least one published report was I Double Winner At
first technical word or} John-
I son's health since Dec. 4, short- Time For That

SmithsonianATard ly after he took office. Western Bonanza
None of Johnson's own doc Second TV Set
tors-and he has them in vari-
ous parts of the country as wellas
Co-Managers March Livengood and Prices the
the White House-were available on Portable TV (Sweet
Bob McCormick present the Grand
To jcft. for interviews on the sub- Door Prize the Sweet 16 RCA $;T TM 16)) start at $112. Buy now be-
Shepard Victor Television to the Lucky Winner ;
But doctor outside the ., <
one : fore the prices with UHF
Van Williams. It was really a go up
t WASHINGTON (APThe White House-who has nothingto also
lucky day for Mr. Williams, who
do with President Johnson's
I Smithsonian Tuners
Institution today won one of the hourly door prizes -
. case-told a reporter the infor
presented its awarded
rarely electric
an popcorn popper.
See the ball in color while
Langley Medal to the first mation given out by the White -r games
1" House, together with the obvi-
astronaut, Navy '
t Cmdr. Alan B. Shepard Jr. ous fact that Johnson has been Other door prize winners were: Mrs.F. the children are enjoying their

: Chief Justice Earl Warren, leading a fast work pace, add W. Kelly. Jr. a set of individual favorite programs on their own
/,' who serves as chancellor of the up to this, in his opinion: Corning Ware casseroles; Frederick
Smithsonian, presided at the "The fact that he has been Ware 719 N.W. First St.. an Electric personal portable.REMEMBERMore.
marking the third able to maintain the pace gives clock; Betty Grisset, 1117 N.W.25th !
ceremony of historic reassurance that his coronary Terrace, a steam iron; L J. Mitchell "'" RCA Victor ,
anniversary Shepard's attack of 1955 was well-healed." 2213 N.E. 8th Ave. a salad maker
I 15-minute Mercury-Red- The doctor said the medical and Norris Wade 812 N.E. 8th Avs. Television has been sold than '
atone flight Shepard was carried details given out by the White a West Bend Percolator. t
to an altitude of 116 miles, House could be interpreted this any other brand.
a maximum speed of 5,134 :
miles an hour, and a, water way 1. "Normal" EKG: Means
11 landing 303 miles 'southeast of,that the electricalconductingsystem I IN I This '
the Florida launch site.
that makes the heart
( Members of Congress, officials work was not damaged permanently [ L:.
i'' of the National Aeronau- by Johnson's vAm:

tics and Space Administration I thrombosis in 1955. coronary !@I1@ll[ ) V Perky ,
, and the Smithsonian, and members -I 2. "Normal pulse' Means w More People d
' >rnACAV1CT08Tlu
of Sheoard's! family witnessed that Johnson's heart is respond-I
the presentation. ing well to its aAaYOtberTebri.ion
Warren cited Shepard for is, it's not going too fast, or too Powerful ,
"courageous and pioneering slow. .1 Black aadWluq i iI
constrbutions to scientific research 3. "No enlargement of the More Oi Color ; I
as the first Americans heart": Means for one thing E1HO1DS LOTS

. to fly in space and the first to that the area of heart muscle PO Portable
{ control the attitude of a space- damaged when a clot blocked
craft while in flight and during Johnson's coronary artery during foodjo der Befor The "ELEGATESeries
I a condition of weightlessness." the 1955 attack has healed of frozen e 6-A8-1-M
I The chief justice noted that well. It also means that unaffected Is Yours
the medal has been awarded muscle in the heart has RCA VICTOR
:\ only 10 times in the 56 years been able to carry the heart's ,
. 0.11 Dir"frndua.ns n"tib*
f since its establishment in 1908. work-load without becoming en The RADNOR For Only I (t.trall'llI-I
The Wright brothers-Orville larged. Mark 9 Series 14-F-C14I /l 121...'"
265 sq.In.picture
I and Wilbur-received the award Signs that the President apI- _
have knows how to taper off from a High Fidelity Color
in 1910. Other recipients Glare-proof RCA TV
i included Glenn H. Curtiss, hard-driving schedule include 1g,, IIx Tube Super-powerful "New Vista" PRICES
Charles A. Lindberg and Richard the following: Tuner 24,000 volt (factory adjusted) Newly-developed RCA Power
his walkathon in the I 'E. Byrd. During $112 Grid VHF Tuner 18,000-voIt
Duo-Cone .
I The medal is named for Samuel White House back yard last Sat. Circuitry Extended-range $44995speaker Sportabout, Chassis (design average \
aviation urday he told reporters he is us- ) Top-front "Golden
Pierpont Langley, ually in bed by 11 p.m. and Throat" sound Dependable
pioneer and secretary of the watches television or reads until RCA Space Age Sealed Circuitry
Smithsonian from 1887 to 1906.
SAVE 1964
about 2 a.m. $200
The Smithsonian Board of Regents CONSOLE
He is awake by 6:45 a.m.-automatically .., MODELCOLOR __
awards it for "specially --
i and without any TV
meritorious investigations in alarm clock, he indicatedbuthe s COLORS: At our risk-We invite comparison to any -------- -------
connection with the science of stays abed a couple of hours Pink, Yellaw-Copper, Turquoise -
aerodromics and its application after that, reading, or just rest nd Stainless Steel in stock other model or brand.
: to aviation."

ing.Thus, he indicated, he rests Choose a RANGE COLOR BUY the Color TV that was first proven by _
Same Rights up to 10 hours, even though he's {;,:: to match your refrigerator.
not sleeping that long. over $130,000,000 in tests and research, be-
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) A Moreover, he swims before
worker conducting an unofficial lunch-and takes a nap every fore it went on the market You can BE
census for the city stopped at afternoon.
one home and asked the woman SURE if it's by RCA Victor.COMPARE .

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Cocktail .

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i! Opposed By .. ,

i G % 441 Citizens

I By HAROLD RUJEMEL and that he believes the people ....-
i Sun Staff WriterA of Alachua County want one. .,
"Lounge" is opposed to bars
bid to put a cocktail loungeon
with a restaurant or night club
U.S. 441 near Paynes Prairie atmosphere.
drew from residents
Commissioners also postponed -
when it made to
was County
action on two zoning
Commissioners yesterday.The requests put before them yes

commissioners postponed terday. .
action on the variance requestby Both involved Interstate .' 75

Raul L. Reyes who wantsto interchange property.One .
establish but not made Marcus Conant I V
a lounge a by ....\0.
restaurant in a Business-A zone. requested a change from Resi- -
County Zoning rules require an dence-A to Business-A on the -
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accompanying restaurant. southeast corner of 1-75 whereit
Residents in the area argued meets the Flemington-Mic- ; -
styles & sizes 7 7 to = -
that a bar would degrade prop- anopy Road.
Patents Leathers
Belgian Linens
erty values.A The other request was made Marshmallow \ L -
restaurant would temperthe by L. W. Graham in behalf of S
downgrading, they told the I Miss I. Traxler and_B. D. Trax-i Gloves 2.00 I, \? Mother is wonderful, in so many
Commissioners. Reyes argued ler. It asks to change agriculture v : UP -
in double '
woven nylon. All
that it wasn't necessarily so. I zoning that surrounds I-7S I lengths Ie white & astel. roles wife, mother, homemaker, club-
"It could be a 15 cent hamburger at S.R. S-236'to Business-A zon'

explained joint that," he he said.has no Reyes intention ,ing.The Commissioners also: < woman, hobbyist, and more and that's why

of building a hamburger I -Opened bids for moving several

stand, but that it's all that's buildings, buying a mow we have so many gifts, in so many categories,
I needed to meet the zoning re ing tractor and purchasing a .. .
quirements.In generator for use in mosquito HANKIES ,
explaining his position, he controL Action on them was Fancy I.inens. embroiderieslace to honor her and make her happy on
E said he doesn't think a restau- postponed. trim medieres. .
rant of any kind would bet -Heard that the State Road Whites florals pastels. "' her Day. She needs fashion, all through her
profitable to him. Department has agreed to solvea 69c to 4.00

He said if things develop to drainage problem created bya
a point where it would be prof- barrow pit near the Flemington : life. see the giftworthy choices, here.

itable to operate a restaurantin Road and 175. Water over- __
conjuntion with his lounge, flowing the pit is washing outa
( he would be happy to operateone. road.
-Were told by the SRD that
He emphasized that he was studies indicate a traffic light
planning a "quality cocktail isn't needed at S.R. 24 and SW
lounge." He said that no one 34th Street. The Commissionhad
\\i I has yet opened a quality lounge, earlier called for a study.I

I 1 Lions to Give .

Blind Girl Gift


A 6-year-old blind girl soon of the most brilliant studentsshe I
will a' Braille "
get typewriter ever had.
thanks to the Gainesville Lions The girl has learned to read,

Club. now needs the Braillewriter to Vision A vision' f sheer lovliness exquisite hose' I
start writing.In I proportionate fit full fqshionseam- "
The girls is a first grade i r
student at the St. Augustine the only other business of less or seamless mesh non run Sizes 1 QJC If CA r r82l
School for the Blind. the meeting, Walter R. Lee, gov-I I. Beautiful summer shades __ pair i\ S !
ernor of Lion district 35L, reported -
Les Cake, eye conservation that the North Florida!

: chairman, told a club luncheon Eye Bank office, founded by I /Thr
meeting in the Hotel Thomas
Florida Lions, will have to be i.
that the Braillewriter, which moved from J. Hillis Miller I r
costs $45, will be given to theN Medical Center. I -

girl in the near future. The club maintains a secre- -

"She's doing very well in St. tary and extensive files in the:
Augustine," Cake said. "Her office necessary to the t
t teacher there said she was one bank's operation. But the hospi-I
tal needs more space and it is t S \
not essential that the office be ai fr d ,
nr w
Dead Fish in the building, Lee said.It yc .f
was proposed that a trailerbe 1 4'
obtained which could be
All HeldPesticide parked on the medical center i j

\ grounds to house the eye bank i' : ii
office, but no vote was taken. /
The matter will be investigated. -i

U. S. Public Health Service sci Flying Saucer J t a r t t e cXbA

entist said Tuesday the pesti- : .-?, :> P ..: Mom will be delighted with a beautiful frilly slip of Antron/Ny-
cide endrin had been found in Report Was a -:> '. '
every dead and dying fish examined ,4, for the short, the average, the tall '- very opaque.
after a massive fish Child Prank l : White black, blue, beige.

kill in Louisiana.The '. w. :v ,. I Half Slips 4.00 Full Slips 6.CT
testimony came fromK. WASHINGTON (AP) A ,, MATCHING PANTIES. ZOO
E. Biglane of Washington, a prank by children was the:
former acquatic biologist for the source of one of the recent rashof ? &L44:

Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries flying saucer reports. the Air i IS MAYEmbroidery
Commission. Force said today. I '

Biglane opened the federal'I' An investigation of reports of, M!
,skid marks of a space vehicle .
of four-state bile
portion a p u
I hearing called by the Department near Helena, Mont., "was determined -I I
I to be hoax
a perpe
of Health, Education and .+
Welfare or. pollution of the lower to trated play by children trick who wanted, .+ r\ ; Frankly feminine our smart new
Mississippi River and its tribu- a on a younger' iyy yt
taries. sister and the show got out of, lingerie and loungewear fashions for
States represented were control said.," an Air Force spokesman t: I for elegance: \

Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana relaxing or entertaining.
Air Force experts made the
'c -
and :
t. < t't
investigation, as they have Sleepwear hostess shifts
Biglane said that after a fish ,
made all others in more than a Purse accessories for a
die-off on a large scale was noticed
decade of such rumors. I everything for a pretty
in the sugar cane growingarea mother
Another "unidentified flying young of any age'! a4
of Louisiana in 1958, an
D. private life.SOFT.
4 r
from : +
investigation disclosed three object" report Socorro, : Shell love the new look of rich embroidery ;
facts: N.M., was checked for the Air iF # on softest"Dearsken*** (a vinyl that looks and '
(1)) Endrln had been used in Force last week by J. Allen 7' ,, feels like smooth leather).And whether .. COMFORTABLE
aerial sprays; ((2)) fish died Hynek, director of the Deer. you 0nre her a complete set or just one,stall A' \ ,
.soon after a rain followed by a born Observatory at Northwestern I a appreciate your thoughtfulness! Clutches i NYLON GOWNS ,&
runoff from the cane fields; University. He has given a, and French purse have plenty of pockets, PAJAMAS BEAUTIFULLY I
preliminary, oral report to the! double change purses.All in white, I '
and ((3)) fish deaths stopped j i f TRIMMED & DECORATED
|., v when aerial spray from endrin Air Force. I II bone, blue or cookie beige. .

ceased for the year. I I VINYL FLOOR TILE E. A. Dome shaped continental clutch,2.99* : I ISGOWNS! 9-00

In subsequent years no cause; B. Dome :\.., White &
shaped 2.99 t
42 COLORS IN STOCK purse ) !
could be found for the fish Sizes 32-38
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deaths but an investigation disclosed -I 10 9/10* PER + C. ,Carryall clutch, 2.99* Pastels.Y .
that endrin had been: TILE I D. Cigarette case with lighter, 2.99* !

found in every dead and dying Sinclair Eaton Co. ;a E.. Eyeglass case, 1.99* /i v ,
fish examined. I 716 N. Main St.'G .
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1r Wednesday aMy 6, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9

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Shop 10 a.m. 'HI 9 p.m. Monday thru Saturday at Belk-Lindsey ,!

r Surprise Mother V ::1.. ISEEby o the SUN ;

with of GENERAL HOSPITAL Mae Rollins and daughter,
a "bouquet" May 4, 1964BIRTHS Gwendolyn L. Watson, Margaret

Rosenberg, Priscilla L. Cannon .
Mr. and Mrs. John D, Fee- Evie Posey, Cheryl Lynn
;han, 3815 SW 5th PL, City, a Barber and daughter, Lucille
SUMMERTIME DRESSES boy. Tyson, Hazel Tillman and
I ADMISSIONS daughter, Kent David Taylor,
:Mrs. :Mary Ann S. Feehan, Roosevelt Johnson, Betty M.
'\- i Nancy :M. Hedson, Zeddie K. Hayes.
Brooks, Lee W. Pankratz, :Mrs.
Gail B. Robertson, ElizabethH. ROUNDUP
\ : in care-free cloud-light fabrics I Pinkens, Edward L. Williams -! Involved in accidents reported -
Y t i E Florence C. Swilley, by the Gainesville Police I
I Mrs. Sue P. Gattis, High department and Alachua Coun-
Springs; Lester Lee Griffin, ty Sheriff's office in the last ,
I lEarlton Cora D. Harrison 24 hours were:
all NEW and 0 ;
V V.V V Chiefland; Wallace H. Austin, Jack H. Simmons, 4505 NW
4 l $ t _ I
i Melrose; :Mrs. Edna W. Wich--33rd Court., and John A. Mc-
'ardson, Evinston; Clarice H. Callum, 1706 NW 55th Ter., at
z %
.Y i Fowler, High Springs; Harriette 12:37 p.m. yesterday at sewer
specially I E. Whiddon, Cedar Key. disposal plant parking lot, N.
f DISCHARGESEddy Main St.George.
f ; L. Scott, :Mary M. Evans Smith 721 NE
ii !Langford, James Mavins, Donna i 3rd St., two miles East of
priced $ 88 Gail Lee, Elizabeth Kirkpat- Gainesville on S. R. 20 at 1:20:

I I rick, Sylvia N. Copeland, Daisy a.m. yesterday.

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I lr r I Strike Midwest

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't. II By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS least five persons and damaging -
n : II.i I i A rash of tornadoes and scores of farm buildings.
severe thunderstorms struck Considerable property damagealso
areas in six Midwestern states was reported from twisters
Tuesday killing two persons, injuring which swept along a 2-3 mile-
i t 2 for $19 more than 40 and acus- wide path east of St. John in
ing extensive property damage. Stafford County, Kan. No injuries -
I'i Heavy rain, hail and tornadic were reported. Strong
winds swept sections of Nebraska winds buffeted eastern South
,4t: 4Lf': ; North and South Dakota, Dakota and southern Minnesota
Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas.' during the night with wind gustsup
'I The severe spring storms struck to 72 miles an hour in some
3 to 11 '
; A / I after temperatures had climbed areas.
i to summer levels-mostly in the
JUNIORS 5 to 15
,70s and 80s.Nebraska.
MISSES 8 to 20o I appeared the hard- Anti-Poverty
& :est hit. A series of tornadoes
HALF SIZES I struck several small communities -
Plans Sent
i I and farm areas in the cen-
r' I i '-' \ 12'/2 to 24V2 :tral part of the state. Two per-
!sons were killed and 12 others
1 To
r r.W \ :injured when a tornado ripped CongressWASHINGTON
'!through a farm area between
T Bradshaw and Benedict in the! (AP) The
south-central region. At least 24 administration laid its programfor
I ,' 11 11a persons in Nebraska suffered injuries. the restoration of Appala-
chia's economy before Congress
\ II A twister which slammed into Tuesday and got an assuranceof

I : ( ,Wolbach's main street, damag- prompt action.
, |ing about 90 per cent of the business Rep. Charles A. Buckley,
: I establishments in the town]R-N.Y., chairman of the House
Jof nearly 400 and 70 per cent of Public Works Committee, told
! I the homes. Eight persons were Undersecretary of Commerce
I ) hospitalized. Other tornadoes I Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., the
I caused property damage in Til- committee would act "decisively
It I v den, St. Edward and near and quickly" on the $22

t Petersburg.More million, 10-state program.
ask I than a dozen persons President Johnson, at the
,. were injured and between 25 White House breakfast with
5 V VV I V I, I ;and 30 homes damaged as a tornado Democratic congressional leaders
i I and strong winds swept urged quick action both on 1
: /\i $ 14k7 \ I across Fairmount, N.D., a townof the Appalachian bill and on his i
about 700. Property damage more general antipoverty program
v1 ;also was reported at nearby House Speaker John W.
3 :'t i-1 I Breckenridge, Minn., where five McCormack, D-Mass., reported.

i persons were hospitalized. Tor- Roosevelt, who heads the
r ;nadic winds lashed the Pelican President's Appalachian Re-
tf Rapids, Minn., area about 50 gional Commission, was the
; tl miles northeast of Fairmount, first witness at hearings on the

eli ;. injuring seven persons. bill worked out by the commission -
.y I Tornadoes and high winds to meet the needs of the
< I skipped across a wide section of
T4' \ Ii northwest Iowa, injuring at impoverished mountain area.
2 I
#1 The governors of the 10 states

i a Y \\/\W \ involved Pennsylvania, Ohio,
-# II A WalkieTalldeSaved >< < West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia -
". I I Maryland, Tennessee
His North Carolina, Alabama and
\ Day Georgia will testify later in

the hearings.
.' HARDY Neb. (AP) Ward
Roosevelt described the aim
Aurand used a walkie talkie
< of the five-year Appalachia
I I radio to summon help when a pro-
gram as the building of an economic -
; black Angus cow attacked him
I base that will attract private -
I while he was in the pasture.
industry in the area hit
I During a lull in the cow's attack hard by the decline of coal op-
I i Aurand called for help on erations.
i his walkie talkie radio and his: The program calls for high
brother Glenn came to the res way construction, building sew-
t cue. The animal had knocked age facilities and purification of
I Aurand to the ground and in- rivers, development of coal,
flicted injuries that sent him to I timber and agriculture re-
s the hospital for two days. sources through research and

r.p I CAdvertiHmenuPlagued expanded markets, and trainingand
r I education projects.
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: Colorful prints and solid I colors = SALE ,oorce Unwise of mild eating but or annoying drinking'bladder mar be irri a Ohio (AP) -
' WHIP CREAM tations-making you feel restieu. tense Wright Patterson Air Force
and uncomfortable.And if restlew ,
with nagging backache headache has bagged considerable publicity
in favorite or mas
o LACE your easy-go 'ealaracbes and pates due toover-ezertion, here.Through.
strain or emotional upset are adding to
REG. 5.99 your, misery-don't with
wait-try Ooan's Pills. an arrangement
LINEN fabrics Arnel triacetate Don's Pffl act wars for speedy re-
including M. s lief. i-Tbey have a soothing effect on the Chamber of Commerce and
bladder Irritations 2-A fast
PIQUE V ing action on nagging backache pain-relier bead the local merchants, many Day-
!. jersey that packs aehmu.ealu ache and pains. 8-A- ton area shoppers take their!
a' $ 99 wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the I
o SEERSUCKER kidneys tending to increase the output of groceries home in shopping
3 the IS miles of kidney tubes So.get the
beautifully. From a collectionin lame happy relief millions Lava enjoyed bags bearing reproductions of
: DOTTED SWISS for eke. large over CO..years*Get:Doan's For convenience PtUs today buy Air Force pilot's wings and slo-
and facts about the base.
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o JACKET STYLES the season's newest designs. I I

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and easy, to wear and Lowest prices at

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from a great assortmenton :

Shoes 6.95 to 12.95Boy's
all wanted fabrics.
.+ 1 THE STORE WITH MORE Shoes 2.95 to 6.95
1502 NORTH MMN SJJWT Men's Sport Shirts and Ban-Lon Shirts

A GREAT MOTHER'S- DAY 2.95 to 3.95

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rectly informed by photographs.We .'need for mercy killings. He a physician in a special 47 Years Later..:.
ourselves want to said Hefelmann had studied children's treatment section.
Photos Used in Child Mercy KillingsLIMBURG .mentally and physically deformed thoroughly the, literature on He said he had complete faithin TAMPA(AP)-A former.Bus-
killing and also had sian soldier finally publishedhis
.. children in an institution. mercy the "Important persons"with
andI killing section in Hitler's Nazi He to show as evi- the personal experience of see- whom he dealt at the Hitler martial adventures 47
Germany (AP) gle child.My twc: colleagues Wentzler was once the child years after they happened."In .
I chancellory and he had
no rea-
:One of the three doctors who who worked completely separately Party office. graphs of malformed children, doctor for leading Nazi ing his mother live through long believe that
many son things were the Lion's Den.t h I-
:certified children for death in had tr rely on reportsof but the judge refused to accept and difficult suffering for whichhe
When the presiding judge expressed families, in Berlin and still not carried out as.the doctors World War I experiences-of retired
:the Nazi mercy killing program l the ," them. sawmercy killing as a so- .
:said his decisions doctors handling cases surprise that a person practices in his home town of lution. had recommended.He Tampa delicatessen opera-
Tuesday were" Dr. Ernst Wentzler aid.. Th al inspection was not requiredfor added he is still convincedthat tor Max Star, was published in
:based on written reports and "The court does not accept Hannoversch Mueden.He
72-year-old child specialist was doctors giving the final approval Wentzler said as far as he the mercy killing programwas England in time for the 72yearold -
photographs, not personal ex testifying at the trial of Hans for death, Wentzler replied -photographs as a substitute for described the trial defendant knew the children certified for beneficial and that it "aid- Star to autograph copies at
:.amination. Hefelmann accused of 73,000 that a report and photographs visual inspection," he declared. Hefelmann, as a person death by-the three specialist ed many more than it murdered. his' 50th wedding anniversary
: "I personally never.saw a sin-deaths as head of the mercy were sufficient. "We believe one is not cor idealistically convinced of the doctors were "put to sleep" by ." observance March 22.

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t -.. ;- with hood TARTAN sparkling clean.Freshens bleatfO(every
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Actin BeautyMCleinJtr
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combing-leaves haircut ....... .__.... LwAq money than
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12 Gainesville Sun Wednesday. May 6, 1964
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Nttk of Application for Tax Deed I

URIAH GILL the holder of the followIng
'certificates has filed said wit
I Gates for, a tax1 deed to be Issues.there-
'on. The certificate,- numbers and .years
of Issuance.'the description of the prop '
arty, and the names In which It was';
assessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 49 I
. Year of Issuance 1960. I
Description of Property Lot 9 Bk. 2 Ibs. C
Pecan Heights. Sec. 27 Twp. 10 S.
1 WASHINGTON (AP-In the Range 22 >E. ) S
Name in which assessed Ella Rhode. !
:news from Washington.: All of said prooerty being tn the County : at;. .. 3r.
:- of Alachua I State of Florida. '
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Unless such certificate or certificates
* CUBA: Undersecretary of shall 'be redeemed CCrndi'dltll lithe 'f.i ..
state George W. Ball says I the property described '
ate or ic s-.ld to t thighest i Y M.
-United States of tt"thiIo'r:
policy boyc bidder house dooi I
on the first Monday in Month of June.
:Ding Cuba economically is suc- 1944, which is the 1st day of June. I
needing. 194
Dated this 5th day of May 1944.
* Short of the State IU J. B. CARMICHAELClerk
war, I of Circuit Court of I
artment's No. 2 man told 1 the Alachua County Florida 5, 12 to 14
(3324)( 5:6. 13. 20. 27
Tuesday, "most effective by I I5s far 5 HAM Lb. Avg. Special Savings

: 'the effort to seal off Cuba IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I'
Economically policy of aiomic DA. IN PROBATE. '. Shank Portion Half or Whole

-* GUY PAYTON. Deceased. *


-down might not topple Fidel AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I
You and each of you are hereby not'
:1:stro's communist reein! lied and required to present any claims :

Ball said, it has been very i ef- you.and demands may have which against you,the or estate either of i of "Super-Right" Western Beef MINUTE CUBED or BONELESS TOP ROUNDS
-Jective late of said
and "the Cuban economy GUY PAYTON deceased
County, to the County Judge of Alachua
3$. in a mess." County. Florida. at his office in the YOUR

-. LBJ WALKS: A day after ai court house Florida of said within County six at calendar Game : '
: ven-Iap strolling news confer months from the time of the first pulication I
of this notice. Each claim or. E A K
Vince, President Johnson held a demand shall be in writing, and shall 87c
:: state the place of residence and post
Talking business conference office address of the claimant and shall '
Tuesday with Chairman WilliarMcChesney be sworn to by the claimant. his agent. .
his attorney and any such claim or
Martin of the Fcjjral 'demand not so filed shall be void. I II

Reserve Board. I GROVER administrator PAYTONAs deceased of the Estate of I Allgood Brand Sugar Cured SLICED BREAKFAST ((2-lb. Pkg. 77c)
-The President and Martin First publication April 22 1964.

J'i Iced several laps around the (!3280) 4:22. 29; 5:6. 13'NOTICE :

thief executive's back yard i as INVITATION FOR BIDS: :

4hey conferred about the nIon's To construct, including complete electrical metalConcrete'building with concrete I' BACON MB. 3 9c
platform. Buildings will be approxl- :
economy. stately 50 feet x 80 feet in size with 10foot PKG.

-JOHNSON-STUDENTS: Pre: the site canopy ot new on each State side Farmers'of building Market at' SQUARE CUT CHUCK

Sent Johnson told 800 students renton, Florida. Building is to have 26
that gauge metal roof and gabled ends I
71 countries Tuesday
Jhvm sky lights and four 10 foot ridge vents.
:the United States is "an unfi- Bidders to supply at time of bid opening Ann PageKetchup
with certification ,
' details of building
shed society" which must do a by registered engineer for Florida. =mT =Bm. BONE
Building must meet Southern Building; a 2 20-or. bottles 45c IN
.Jot to eliminate racial dis- l . .
Code! for coastal region.
2rjmination: and poverty. Each bid must be accompanied by aashier's I
I amount &tra PLAID C
: check or bid bond in the .
C Observing that the great of 10 percent of the base bid, payable to ,, 1 50 Zm'l i SPECIAL! Jane Parker Delicious

of the United States i is Doyle Conner. Commissioner of Agricul- I P* OJULuuJrO: MI ** f*
strength that the bidder if
that it has never observed "a ture.warded( as the guaranty contract, will within ten i S :i i Lemon Pies . i-ib.8-oz.each C lb I
.' days after written notice being given With this coupon and purchase of WI .
Single i rigid ideology, the Pre$- such award enter into a written! construction Pillsbury Liquid .. .
said man or nation iVise ( agreement with the Depart with) i, Sweet jjj SPECIAL'! Jane Parker Freshly Baked
Jdent no wnt of Agriculture. in accordance :! 10, 6-oz. bot. 89c :
the accepted bid. and execute and furnish -i 1 1I
enough to prescribe a a Contractor's performance bond i fl JAX. S4 ; Pies
| Blueberry
each cIC.
Jingle economic dogma or sy- with a surety satisfactory to the Department I Coupon good through Sunday May 10 1-lb. s-oz.
of Agriculture in the amount of 10(
-tern of government for all of the percent of the contract price guaranteeIng '.at: "'

:peoples of the world. Plans the may performance be secured of from said Jim contract.Yelving- I: :"_-. .--- :a5.z.IC.- ---.- --- __ ______.J SPECIAL! Ann Pager SHOULDER ARM ib. 59c
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The students who will soon HI. County Agent. Gilchrist County :
renton, Florida on or after May 1. Salad I Dressing . . 9t. Jar- 39c
:complete a year of study in the I 964. or from W. O. Whittle Chief. Flor: i i 1 lb.
Ida State Farmers' Markets. P,O. Box I : ; FULL CUT CHUCI 49c,
been invite "
united States, had 1191, Winter Haven. Florida, 33881. I PLAID 1: Ann Page Woffle & ..
:to a White House garden part; Mail bids to reach office of Jim: Yelving, ; .

:3>y Mrs. Johnson. ton 15. 1944 on or We before reserve 2:00 the P.M.right, Friday to accept May ; ., STAMPS Pancake Syrup 8-oz. bot. 43c BONELESS RUMP '. ">. 87c
or reiect any part of any bid or all bidS' ; 1-pt.
In the best interest of State Farmers' il

; Educational? Markets OYLE CONNER Program. i With this 6 cans coupon cf and Gaines purchase of I| For Mother! Glamalon BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP ib. 87c'

.. COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE Dog Food 6 1 ib cans 99c },
r CARSON CITY (AP) The 3299)! 4:39) 5:6 ::ii JAX S-944 : Nylon HoseSPECIAL . . perpau39c

movie schedule listed in the NOTICE CALL TO FOR CONTRACTORS BIDS I Coupon good through Sunday May 10 b i .

:Nevada State Prison newspaper Sealed GAINESVILLE.bids will be FLORIDA received by The 'j i Q-_ ...: J 1 ANN PAGE PURE rFRUIT"so&ii1GRAPE
Tecently included "House i of Board of Public Instruction of Alachua:
the office of the
Florida at
Numbers," the story of a daring Superintendent of Public Instruction Inthe I

:prison escape. ;iamesville School Florida.Administration up to 3:00 Building o'clock'M. I ,

COURT OF THE COUNT .. E.S.T.. Thursday. May 14 1944.t }
t which time and place all bids received -:
41 JUDGE PROBATE. will, be publicly opened and read i JAM 3 ar
materials and
JN RE- ESTATE OF'T' loud for furnishing all
VVALDINE B. McCAUL also 'known as labor and constructing the in follow Alachua I n gschool I' I : .
MRS. T. V. McCAUL and also known : building project
was MRS. THOMAS V. McCAUL ounty: 1i
Deceased LIBRARY FOR I With this coupon and purchase of i
To All Creditors and Persons Having HOWARD W. BISHOP JUNIOR HIGH I : & Johnson Cosmetic t: <

*Claims- You and or Demands each of you Against are Said hereby Estate notified :- SCHOOLGAINESVILLE. FLORIDA I Cotton Balls..."'.'' 69c SPECIAL! CRYSTAL RUBBING
received after the specified Ifill
claims Any bid
and required to present any .
which either of time and date will not be considered. JAX. S-9-M gi .
or you
and demands you
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accompanied by a ; pon good through Sunday May 10
Wlav.han against the estate'of Waldir Such bid most be :
.. McCaul also known as Mrs. T. V, MCaul < certuied check cashier'S check or' bid LL
and also known as Mrs. Thomas bond in the amount of five per cent of !f: JZIC.e :
,-late'of'said Com- the base'bid as guarantee that the bidler tl Pint 'Cr
McCaul. deceased

Tda>ly.V.County>louse to within of the Florida said C six o CounJa.at u calendar n at ty his Judge office,months In of yij1e..fJoh the from Alachu court the within let-written ward, ),if ten.enter awarded consecutive notice into the a being written calendar contract given,contract,of ,days such will j 1 i ------=: .= .=:=_,. A L C 0 H 0 L Bottle 1 0

Instruction ollachua ** >* .
Public .
time of the first publication of this notice. with The Board of I .*..t each claim or demand shall be In writ County Florida Jn accordanceith I
4ng. and shall state the place of resident ,: the accepted bid, give a con- j.., !
.nd post office address of the clam- tract surety bond satisfactory to said I I (TQPLAID
grit, and shall be sworn to by the claim- Board in an amount equal to one hundred 25 _
.nt._ his agent, his attorney, and Iny per cent of the contract price. I Iii STAMPS H!

.be_ouch void.THOMAS claim or demand V. McCAUL not so filed shall. a set No period for bidder the of may thirty opening withdraw days thereof.after his the bid date for 't :?? With this coupon and purchase of .r I Fresh Fruits & Vegetables! I NO J [ NO )

THOMAS V. McCAUL. JR. All work shall be done in accord I' i! Cross HOLES! L HOLES!
and AdhesiveRed
As executors of the Last Will and ance with plans specifications contract I 43c
** Testament of Waldine: B. McCai documents relative thereto as prepared SIS J
also known as Mrs. T. V. McCai by Moore and May Architects 56 i i JAX, 5964i FRESH GOLDEN SWEET
and also known as Mrs. Thomas V. ainesvllle Florida. Plans specifica! ** Coupon good through Sunday, May 10
McCaul deceased i ions and contract documents may be I 1 i.i
first publication May ', 1964 lamined at the office of the $uperinndent 1 :
53320) 5IX M 27 of Public Instruction Gaines-! .
ville. Florida _or at the office of the 1 raII __
TN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IIRND architect in Gainesville Florida. I ._ ; ;!; ------.J aaAl1.11
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLCItlDA One set of plans and contract docu- 8 45
I wets and forms for bidding l may be I Isecured ---------------------- Ears
IN RE Estate of by general contractors only I
JENNIE M. CRISMORE. from the office of the architect by depositing -: :mIPll
Deceased therewith 1000. The deposit I 1 !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS from general contraxtors will be reI I 1
.. All creditors of the Estate of JENNIE ', ended upon submission of a bona fide I &ba PLAID
A*. GRISMORE. Deceased are hereby bid and return of said plans and contract 25
notified and required to file any claim or documents in good condition iii STAMPS I!
demands which they may have against within ten days after date set for the I Iopening i tYS
aid Estate In the Office of the Count of bids. If the general contractors :" With this coupon and purchase If t: FANCY FRESH r 'M, w
'M .
udge of Alachua County. Florida. In the desire more than one :set of such 1 /
ourthouse at Gainesville Florida, will- plans and specifications these may be I Mrs. Filberts Corn e r
Tn six (,) calendar months from the dahbf itained by cost of duplica- r Margarine i 1-lb. ;
the first publication of this notice,.. f ion. which : ITiniotth: be refundable. 1 1 jig
Tach claim or demand must be In writIng Subcontractors and material sup- : .. JAX.59-<< .
and must state the place of resVence -. pliers may purchase drawings and i Coupon good through Sunday '
and post office address of the! specifications from the architect by :. ::Jil. i b 2 15 NEWTHOROBLEND
Claimant and must be sworn to by the! paying the cost of duplication at the i i + C For
claimant his agent or his attorney,; ate of 75 cents per sheet for drawings : & j ucum ers
4aw.N it will become void according te nd handling S2,SO per charges:set for specifications.Ilus !!! --

-*- Fred Grismore Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory -
Fred Grismore. as Admlnis to The Board of Public Instruc-I I
-S trator of the Estate of Jennie tlon of Alachua County. Florida. The I Jane ParkerWhite
M. Grismore Deceased. Board of Public Instruction of Alachua 100 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS YELLOW COOKING FRESH POLE
1J291) 4:M; 5:1. I. 15 County.: Florida reserves the right to,
waive Informalities in any bid and tllIccept
*m OA.THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT.OF FLOR U any best'publiC bid which they interest consider and toe to with the purchase of Johnson's Enriched Bread,
in the
: E D. Manning
M (271) 4:22. 29: 5:i 1 1j
943 Jacqueline 100 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS
California i Thin Sliced Extra Thin Sliced
""Yolal Del Rey. or .
Complaint for Divorce has been filed with the purchase of -
you. and you are required t<
Usta; copy of your answer or plead j 1Ir t'd' Ib 19c
tny to the Complaint upon the Plain ? Pint
111 a Johnsons SANDWICH
tars attorneys. Reynolds. Goldin S9ones. Car-Nu 98c
P. O. Box 444 Gainesville. Floe Bag I Yz lb. loaf 25UNO
fc a. and file the original answer 01pleading 1 I' t LOAF
l In the office of the Clerk of COUPON NECESSARY
tAe Circuit Court of Alachua County
World on or before the 21st day ot i
May. itM. If you fail to do so. fudgBkfit tastes so good-they
by default will be taken against I-lb. etn. Chicken of the Sea Dietetic Morton Frozen : _

kOu for the I relief demanded: : tn the Bill cook it just likfc Allsweet Margarine ........ 27e Tuna V4-0Z.. can ........ 2/4ge Bread Dough .... 3-lb. pkg. 59c '"ift y Steve Only''lait!Scam s ,
ef, Complaint. ]
ORDERED at Gainesville. they do their chicken'CallihemFR26311' Jj ;
CONE and
Jtlaeftua County. Florida. this 13th day Tabby all Fish Dixie! Lily Birdseye-Fod Hook in-butter sauce )t.......,. '...+a. : fief Fllle Dills faster

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i : Witnesses Again Ignore I EnglishStyleROME r -

it W man's_ Cries for Help tobacco monopoly(AP) keeps Italy's comingout state

t : NEW" YORK (AP)' A second identified in court Tue-day as 1 with new Italian brands under -

case 'of witnesses ignoringa Olga Romero of the Bronx, an English names. It started

young ..woman's screams for employe of the vacuum cleaner with cigaret called "StopA ,''

f help this' time a nude teenager firm for which Coughlin group of German onithologand -

I fighting an attackerwas worked as a salesman. then there was "Cowboy."
being probed by police Tues Coughlin denied the charges. "Start." The latest is simply

I day.Police saying he had found the girl called "Pack," and its wrapper + $ t.. ,
said the girl, a tele naked and unconscious on the shows a polar bear on an ice-
phone operator, was attacked in office floor I pack.

I A Bronx.otfice building Monday Charter No. 14702 ,
clothes. She ran to the front In the State of Florida at the close of business on April 15, 1964 published'
doorway, shouting for ehlp. in U.S.response revised to statutes.call made by comptroller of the currency, under section 5211 .. ".

At least 40 persons could have ASSETS R. +r 9 QFR Eth f l 1028 N. Main St. Gainesville Center
Cash balances with other banks. and cash items In Shopping
;helped but did nothing, police collection .. .... ". .. ..process.. .. .. .. .of. ....,. $ $ ,- r / -
,reported. Two patrolmen heard United( of States any Government reserves) ..obligations. .. ......,..direct.i......and. .. ..guaranteedNet .. .......... .. ....... 3,835.357 thr' SAtUI DA NIAY- the McCollum, 1124 W. University ft 1324 E. University
her cries and went to her aid. Obligations: of Stales and political subdivisions (Net of any reserves) Gresham, 12 W. University-13th Pharmacy, 1522 NW 13th St. .
Other bonds notes. and debentures (including; $ none securitiesof '

They arrested George Coughlin, (Net Federal of any agencies reserves! )and'"..corporations..............not.....guaranteed.........,...by....U.....S...). 1.441.184'1 e ,:' '" \ ) .
.26, a salesman, on morals, Loans and discounts (Net of ............................ 4,433,537.50 "'_1 ,,;. ) : \
felonious assault and Federal funds sold .... ...any. .....reserves... .....)........,..................... NONE 1 SHAVE CREAMS
rape Direct lease financing; .... ............................................. NONE
weapons law charges. Fixed assets ..... .. .......................... ........................... 482.0E8.51Customers' 'I AEXAII
......... REG.69c
liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding NONE
"It's a Bronx Kitty Genovese Other assets .'... .. 103,608.43'
i case, only the girl wasn't TOTAL ASSETS ::::::::::::. : ::.::::':"".::: :::::::::::::::::$15,331,947.99: i _

; killed," said a detective. deposits of Individuals! ,LIABILITIESDemand partnerships 'and corporations ...... 6.976.892.711 I REX r t No finer.it push h tspiriaud 4Tc43DArsHA1JE- -.

1 1i i Catherine Genovese, 28, was Time corporations and savings... deposits.........of....individuals... ..........partnerships...............and.............. REXQLL 5-&r.in hDles iry!pnce.Stock -
of United States Government .. ... ........................ 3.559.023.65,1Depcsits f up tor!thi yurt! ulut
trailed by a man who stabbed Deposits of States and .................... -
I her to death in Kew Gardens, Deposits of banks .. .political. .... ....subdivisions................................ ... 1967113.04 20.172.651 ._. tw.
Certified and officers' checks, etc. ......................... 150,157.91
Queens, in mid-March. Police TOTAL DEPOSITS .. ..v ... ......................$13.750.194.82
... ... ............. 210f 70 3 25c ENVELOPES
I (a) Total demand deposits $10,191.171.17b : 2 26c'C Or
said at least 38 persons saw the ( ) Total time and savings deposits .......... SX559.023.65 White . For 4r..+ ,
I ............... ...
slaying or heard her screams Federal Rediscounts funds and purchased other liabilities... ....for.. ...borrowed....... ...money.......................... NONE NONE =.:.--= 15cmittradl2WYtt.

i without arrested calling and police. A said man he :Other Acceptances liatlilities.executed by or...,for....account... ......of...this.....bank......and.....outstanding............ 260327.32 NONE =--.: := "f .t6 89c MOTH CRYSTALS 2 90c
was police TOTAL LIABILITIES ...... .. ...............$14,010422.14 .' l2. For

p '1 admitted the slaying. Debentures ........... .... .CAPITAL. .. ........ .....ACCOUNTS NONE ........................NONE ; ME SET HAIRSPRAY,
I f" "I didn't want to get in- Preferred stock-par value per share ..... NONE .................... NONENo. 2.98 PANOVITE rfji
Shares outstanding .. NONE .................... NONE 59c EXTENSION CORDS 2For 60c
I f volved," police! quoted one -witness Common stock-par value per share $25.00 ......................... MULTIVITAMINStick Lt.
No. shares authorized .................. 16.000 ....................
as saying. unissued .................... NONE .................... UW t |im JIll man tAw tat nw.w
No. shares ..... ...... I
:-: 20 ................ .................... 400000.00 ? felly KOWMKIlt(T "'4 ltk 10 rol Choose ReEuilr tx tot
I -In the current case, persons Surplus No. shares......outstanding. .... .......................16.000......................... 700000.00 I' IIII IJ 'alt.rrL t\ 49c C PEROXIDE Medicinal 2 50C IUrd.toHoldHair.PANOVITE + .
were reported to have seen the Undivided profits.. .,...............................................79,563.75 D2"299 f. Pint. For ,_ ,
Reserve ... .. .... .. ................................... S 141.862.101 a
inside the $
girl fighting building TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... .............................. .Sl.32M2S.8S PANOVITECMCWABLE ill U.A".t

and another 20 outside heard Time TOTAL certificates LIABILITIES of deposit AND outstanding CAPITAL. .. ACCOUNTS. ......,...........................S15.331.947.1 MI..r"' t'3-12.00 .73c .WITCH HAZEL Pint . 2 For 74c .... REG 1.A.g.5 .50
i her screams. I, Earl Hardee. Vice President & Cashier of the above-named here-I rtwuro 1ama19 Far chMreft end Kulu. ,
by declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my rhn.wrals. I All .n vibmmi tonal" _r..I t 2 r l'rt
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belief Is true and correct.
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VisitorComplimenting \\ t
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Mrs.. Frank \ -.-. ..... .. \

Eblen visiting of her Akron daughter, Ohio, ,who Mrs.is ".',.:. ; _.- ..... .-", "" ". .. .;_ ro ,. ..r:: \
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f lILY a+wrd Richard a number Schmidt of social, and courtesiesare family, \ ..: { f" : .< r&ncisc&niohitestone 1t y

being given this week.
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Ruth 'VeimerWomen's Mrs. Eblen, who is makingher {; !
Editor first visit with the 1. umxe
% .r Schmidts since they moved to \
N \
; Florida, will return home by I\

BridalShower plane Sunday.On \ \
Monday, Mrs. Lamar Roberts I S
entertained with a luncheon I \
for Mrs. Eblen at he r

home. Surprise mother with a. gift she'll I

Guests included the honoree not only her day but \
appreciate on
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gaV Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. E. R.I\
Miss Diane Jernigan, bride- Woodward Mrs. William F. En.I I\ all year long! Wonderful Franciscan \

elect of Dennis R. Long was neking, Mrs. Richard Smith, I\ Whitestone Ware in snowy white
honored at a bridal shower y Mrs. Frank
Garcia, Mrs. Wilse I
given Monday night 'by members Webb and her mother, Mrs. E. ti I __ .Cloud Nine or exciting decorated \

of the Woman's Society of S. Hayward of Monroe, La. III == I patterns.Oven safe,dishwasher safe. \
Christian Serivice of Centenary Neighbors Entertained Make selection today!
Methodist Church.A i === your
Yesterday, Mrs. Paul Berg \ -- 1
Maypole centerpiece with .ro man entertained with a luncheon I\ = \
ribbon streamers and floral arrangements -: riB, s at her home honoring Mrs. N
I\ \\ EE I 16 starterset
were the appointments Eblen when guests were limit.I I pc.
used. ,. I 4t ed Golfview. neighbors of I : for FOUR
\\\ :EE I S
The guest list Included Miss Mrs. Schmidt. ti
Jernigan, honoree Mrs. CurtisD. -I Mrs. John R. Harrison S
honoree.* Jernigan Miss, mother Louise Jernigan of the Irene Dowd and Miss Patricia Rehb,*.' Mrs. Carl Opp assisted Mrs. k- = I 995 !

Mrs. Frank; Brabham, Mrs. Recipients of the first scholar' She plans to attend FSU next Bergman in the hospitalities.Other .

Gertrude Harp, Miss Diane ships given by the Gainesville fall.Miss guests seated with Mrs. 4 I EE CLOUD NINE ILLUSTRATED I
Dowd, daughter of Dr. Eblen and Mrs. Schmidt were
Cornwell, Mrs. Nelson Wade, Teachers Association are I
Mrs.Win- Music and Mr. David Dowd, is a pian Mrs. Wilson 0. Boozer, Mrs. \
Mrs. W. G. Stinson \
ston Stevens, Mrs. E. T. Tills Miss Patricia Rehbein and ist. She will enter Vassar College R. W. Blacklock, Mrs. ElmerE. S r/ '- \ I
Sr., Mrs. B. T. Tillis Jr., Mrs. Miss Irene Dowd, who received in the autumn. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Fr e d \
Guy Cole, Mrs. R. A. Williams, first and second awards re- These awards, established bj Arnold, Mrs. Sylvanus Smith \ CHOOSE, FROM SMART \
Mrs. E. J. Thorley, Mrs: Ben spectively, during the formal the music,teachers organization Mrs. George Spache and Mrs. \ DECORATED PATTERNS. \
k. through the Alam Fennell Memorial Charles Cate.Tomorrow \
nett Bass, Mrs. Jack Bee recital of the association recently '
ham, Miss Susie Thorley, Mrs. at the UF Music build Fund, will be given to a luncheon will be : y I i 1
Hulan Sullivan. ing. high school seniors to further given at the Gainesville Golf I 1295'
their musical education.The and Country Club for the Ohio \
Mrs. Bennie Brabham, Mrs. Winners, who are seniors late Miss Fennell, was a visitor by wives of the neurology \
Katherine Tillis, Miss Shirley at Gainesville High School were charter member as well as an \ r
staff members of the J. Hil-
Brabham, Mrs. Barbara Deen, chosen for musicianship, scholastic honorary member of the associ
Mrs. Marea Deen, Mrs. Guy record, and leadersh i p ation. Born near Hawthorne, lis[ Miller Teaching Hospital. 4. WIDE ASSORTMENT OF OPEN STOCK ACCESSORIES \ 1
Mrs. Whiting, Hostesses will be Mrs. Richard '.. .. \
qualities.Miss she was a lifetime resident of "
\ ..
Weaver Mrs. Collins
Tillis, Mrs. Jessie Ward Mrs. Alachua County, a graduate oi &
Mrs. Rena White, Miss Ruby R e h bel n, daughter of Wesleyan College, and taught, Mrs. Arnold Nevis and t '- 1ENB
Bill Garrett and Mrs. Herb Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehbein, is music in Gainesville for 53 Mrs. Melvin Greer.
Hotchkiss. I a pianist organist, and soprano. Friday, Mrs. Lamar Crevassewill \ \
I entertain with a luncheon CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
in her home for the visitor. \ Open Fridays 'Til 9 P.M.

Smile Little Shoe years.Calendar This evening the Schmidts' \ A \ .
daughter, Viki, who is namedfor \ 1'"J 103 W. University Are.' .
her grandmother, will givea \
You're a piano recital at the home of R/CAN GEM so :J't.Qi"LtePLcJJ1q Phone 375-2655 ti

Of EventsTODAY her teacher, Mrs. Guy Miles. \
Neighbors and friends of the \

[ young music student have been \

May 6 invited to attend the program. -------- -------- ------------ ----------

Gainesville Bridge Club,
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
Gainesville- Fine Arts Asso- too much o
JantzenSHOES ciaton, Banquet-, 7 p.m., Holi- I
day Inn.

Democratic Women's Club, "
Luncheon, Noon, Holiday Inn
Green Room Senator Beth o I
Meet the gayest young blades of grass. Bring out the Johnson of Orlando, guest 6
sunniest side of the street. Toke your smile for a speaker.
walk in Jantzens. Just any one of the sensitive new
Jantzens. Too light to bend the crocus blossom. Too University of Florida Hospital J'
sweet to consider the thought. Wherever you walk: Auxiliary, annual luncheon
And don't forget meeting, 11:45 ajn., Holiday -
Just wear a smile and a Jantzen. Make mistake.
your shoes. Just 6.99. How about that! Inn, Mrs. Anne J. Vestal, no Our special
guest speaker.

Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., !,
Mrs. William L. Lowry, 1208
NW 16th Avenue. Lees carpets are extraordinary values.Carpet

OES Auxiliary, 3 p.m., Mrs.J. .
A. Gibbs, 1122 SW 2nd Ave
nue. requires a healthy investment of money. The mis- Don't make the mistake of buying only on looks. A pretty
Eight O'clock Group, Uni- takes you make you'll have to live with a long time. So don't face can fool you in carpet too. You can't tell how good the
make them. yarns are. And the dyes. And the back.
versity Women's Club New- .
We sell the finest made: Lees. We're trained to
comers 8 Clubhouse, Don make the of with.
p.m. mls.take economizing cheap car
install them We stand behind Lees
Newberry Road, Mrs. Charles pet. You'II be replacing it (or kicking yourself) very soon. sell. So does properly.Lees. every carpet
McCallum guest speaker.
Engineering Wives 10 a.m., Don't make the mistake of, buying on hearsay. What was I If you are about to buy a carpet we urge you to come i in
East Blue Room Student I good enough for Aunt Millie may not be good enough for you. and inspect these fine Lees carpets. (The price difference?
Service Center, Brunch, How much face yarn. How thick, how dense the weave.)

Bridge and Canasta.
as Cosmos Club, Game Party

2:30 pjn., Mrs. W. M. Rogers, SQUARE
828 NW 21st Avenue!

THURSDAY, May 7 $895 TO $225 YARD

Gainesville Junior.Woman's.
Club, Installation Luncheonand
Meeting 10:30: a.m., University

CQ PEO 8 pjn.,

NW 12th Road.American .
Association of University

$699 -
terest Group, Mrs. Robert W. ., ';.1"
Jones, 1215 NW .23rd Boule- r ,

gfy4 vard.OES Gainesville, 8 p.m., Masonic.Chapter Temple.44, How to Waste $ $ How to Save $ $

Coffee honoring old and new
executive board of the New- Got money to bum? Here are a few tips to help you get rid Want to invest your money wisely and get the best possible

r comers of the University cf the surplus by not getting the best value for your investmentin value when buying carpet? Here are a few pointers on achier
R't Women's Club 10 a.m., Mrs.J. ing your goal.
Wayne Reitz, Presid e n i s carpets.
Residence. 1. Don't skimp on quality for heavy-traffic a'reas. An "ex
Mothers' Club 1. Buy the cheapest carpet you can find for'a heavytrafficarea. pensive" carpet may be the most economical in the long run.
University .
Then you can replace it in a short time.
2. Choose
{ Covered-dish Luncheon, 11 a practical and texture based on traffic
2. Ignore advice on practical colors and textures. For
needs. Plan for
well actual
practicality as as durability.
ajn., meet at the University
Women's Club for transportation example put white plush wall-to-wall carpet in a family room. 3. Choose a carpet or rug in the color family you like the
You hire
to the summer home of can a maid to keep it clean. best, considering also the way it will blend with other furnish
3. Don't bother about
checking carpet colors with wall ings.
Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Lake colors, fabric swatches or other room element. If find
any 4.
Winott. you Depending on room appearance and your future,plans
you dont' like your new carpet throw it out and start for
nk over
University Women's Club, your home you might consider a large rug instead of car-
or room around it. pet. A good-quality is a better buy than cheap wall-to-wall
s Bridge Club, 8 Clubhouse, rug
I p.m. 4. Ignore labels. You won't know what you're getting, but carpet.
West Newberry Road. you can always buy a new carpet if you're disappointed. '
Golden Age Club, 1:30 p.m., 5. Choose a reliable carpet retailer and discuss your needs
City Recreation Center. 5. Forgerobout reliable brand names and reputable car- and preferences with him. Be sure to read carpet labels care-
I pet dealers. Try to get a "bargain" that will really cost money! fully.
6. Don't measure your room and don't let your dealer take 6. Discuss installation with your retailef. accurate measurements before installation. You might waste permit inconspicuous seaming, keep yardage requirements'af .
money by buying more yardage than you really need. a minimum. '

tastes so ood-they 7. Forget about using your vacuum cleaner. Don't bother 7. Buy a good padding but don't try to compensate for.
about spots or having your carpet professionally cleaned. Whenit skimpy carpet with a thick cushioning. O'
cook it just like gets too dirty, just throw it out and buy a new one. 8. Take good care of your carpet to extend its lifetime. .
., they do their chicken! 1
r Call them: FR 2-6311 Follow this advice and we can guarantee that you'll waste Follow this advice, and you're sure to make a wise carpetor
309 North West 13th St money and get poor value for'your carpet or rug investment. rug purchase which will give you years of satisfaction.

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visiting her daughter, Mrs. :: .
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s a number of social courtesiesare ;: S Sd
being given this week. S ; ;; '
Mrs. Eblen who is makingher c! ?
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Ruth Weimer I ,
Women's Editor first visit with the S ) ) .
Schmidts since they moved to S
Florida will return home by S

BridalShower plane Sunday.On \ \
l Monday, Mrs. Lamar Rob \ S
erts entertained with a lunch \
r eon for Mrs. Eblen at he r \ S

/ L i borne. \ Surprise mother with a. gift she'll

Guests included the honoree, appreciate not, only on her day but ti tiS
Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs. E. R.
Miss Diane Jernigan, bride- ( Woodward, Mrs. William F. En- S /11 \ r--,_,- all year long! Wonderful Franciscan \

elect of Dennis R. Long, was neking Mrs. Richard Smith, S == Whitestone Ware in snowy white
honored at a bridal shower I Mrs. Frank Garcia, Mrs. Wilse
given Monday night by mem- S __ .Cloud Nine or exciting decorated
Webb and her mother, Mrs. E. \
bers of the Woman's Society of S. Hayward of Monroe, La. S III == patterns.Oven safe,dishwasher safe. \

ary Christian Methodist Serivice Church.A of. Centen- .. Neighbors Entertained ( ==== Make your selection today! f
Yesterday, Mrs. Paul Berg- S -- 1
Maypole centerpiece with man entertained with a lunch- S -== \
ribbon streamers and floral arrangements at her home N- f
eon honoring Mrs. +
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were the appoint- 4 Eblen when guests were limit- I pc.

ments used. ed to Golfview neighbors of \\\ set for FOUR \
The guest list Included Miss Mrs. -Schmidt. S -

Jernigan, honoree, Mrs. Curtis Mrs. John R. Harrison and
D.: Jernigan, mother of the I Miss Irene Dowd and Miss Patricia Rehb .' I Mrs. Carl Opp assisted Mrs. 995HS !
honoree; Miss Louise Jernigan,
Mrs. Frank Brabham, Mrs. Recipients of the first scholar-I She plans to attend FSU next Bergman in the hospitalities.

Gertrude Harp, Miss Diane ships given by the Gainesville fall.Miss Other guests seated with Mrs. S CLOUD NINE ILLUSTRATED
I Eblen and Mrs. Schmidt
Dowd of Dr.
daughter were
Cornwell, Mrs. Nelson Wade, I
Association are
Mrs.Win- Music Teachers and Mr. David Dowd, is a pian- Mrs. Wilson 0. Boozer, Mrs.R. .- __.. S
Mrs. W. G. Stinson, \ .
ston Stevens, Mrs. E. T. Tillis Miss Patricia Rehbein and ist. She will enter Vassar College W. Blacklock, Mrs. ElmerE. S .- S I

Sr., Mrs. B. T. Tillis Jr., Mrs. Miss Irene Dowd, who received in the autumn. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Fred S \
Guy Cole, Mrs. R. A. Williams, first and second awards respectively These awards, established by Arnold, Mrs. Sylvanus Smith, \ CHOOSE, FROM SMART 5
Mrs. E. J. Thorley, Mrs. Ben- during the formal the music teachers organization Mrs. George Spache and Mrs. \ DECORATED PATTERNS \
nett Bass, Mrs. Jack Be c k- recital of the association recently -through the Alam Fennell Me- Charles Cate.Tomorrow \
ham, Miss Susie Thorley, Mrs. at the UF Music build- morial Fund, will be given to a luncheon will be ,: I I
Hulan Sullivan. ing. high school seniors to further given at the Gainesville Golf -S 1295

their musical education.The and Country Club for the Ohio \
Mrs. Bennie Brabham Mrs.' Winners, who are seniors late Miss Fennell, was a visitor by wives of the neurology \
Katherine Tillis, Miss Shirley School charter member well \
at Gainesville High were as as an i fj
staff members of the J. Hil-
Brabham, Mrs. Barbara Deen, chosen for musicianship, schol- honorary member of the associ- S
Mrs. Marea Deen, Mrs. Guy astic record, and leadersh i p ation. Born near Hawthorne, lis Miller Teaching Hospital. S. WIDE ASSORTMENT OF OPEN STOCK ACCESSORIES S
Hostesses will be Mrs. Rich- '
Saferight Mrs. Emily Whiting, qualities.Miss she was a lifetime resident of .
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Tillis, Mrs. Jessie Ward, Mrs. Alachua County, a graduate of ard Weaver, Mrs. George Col- ." (
Mrs. Rena White, Miss Ruby R e h bel n, daughter of Wesleyan College, and taught lins, Mrs. Arnold Nevis and \ r, 1S I
Bill Garrett and Mrs. Herb Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehbein, is music in Gainesville for 53 Mrs. Melvin Greer. S
Hotchkiss. a pianist organist, and soprano. Friday, Mrs. Lamar Crevasse \ \
I will entertain with a luncheonin S EMB CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED \
her home for the visitor. S Open Fridays 'Til 9 P.M. I
Smile Little Shoe years.Calendar This evening the Schmidts' SS S \ )
daughter, Viki, who is namedfor S .1. 103 W. University Ave. !

her grandmother, will givea 9F (t .
You're a piano recital at the home of c AfYGEMSMake o G Phone 375-2655 S

Of EventsTODAY her teacher, Mrs. Guy Miles. I
Neighbors and friends of the
young music student have been t S

May 6 invited to attend the program. ________________________________________

Gainesville Bridge Club,
7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn.
GainesvilleFine Arts Asso- much
JantzenSHOES ciaton Inn., Banquet., 7 p.m., Holiday I lllpq. too

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Democratic Women's Club, s / Vto : / -
Luncheon, Noon, Holiday Inn
Green Room Senator Beth : make m o 1
Meet the gayest young blades of grass. Bring out the Johnson of Orlando, guest
sunniest side of the street. Take your smile for a speaker.
walk in Jantzens. Just, any one of the sensitive new
Jantzens. Too light to bend the crocus blossom. Too University of Florida Hospital .
sweet to consider the thought. Wherever you walk: Auxiliary, annual luncheon
Just wear a smile and a Jantzen. And don't forget meeting, 11:45 a.m., Holiday mistake.
your shoes. Just 6.99. How about that! Inn, Mrs. Anne J. Vestal, no Our special
guest speaker.

Chapter I, PEO, 10 a.m., ,, ,
-' Mrs. William L. Lowry, 1208
NW 16th Avenue. carpets are extraordinary values.Carpet

OES Auxiliary, 3 p.m., Mrs.J. .
A. Gibbs, 1122 SW 2nd Ave
nue. requires a healthy investment of money. The mis- Don't make the mistake of buying only on looks. A pretty

Eight O'clock Group, University takes you make you'll have to live with a long time. So don't face can fool you in carpet, too. You can't tell how good the
make them. yarns are. And the dyes. And the back.
t Women's Club New- .
e We sell the finest made Lees. We're trained to
carpets :
comers 8 Clubhouse, Don't make the mistake'of with
p.m. economizing cheap car
install them We stand behind Lees
Newberry Road, Mrs. Charles pet. You'll be replacing it (for kicking yourself) very soon. sell. So does properly.Lees. every carpet we
McCallum, guest speaker.
Engineering Wives, 10 a.m., Don't make the mistake of buying on hearsay. What was I If you are about to buy a carpet we urge you to come i in
East Blue Room, Student good enough for Aunt Millie may not be good enough for you. and inspect these fine Lees carpets. (The price difference?
How much face yarn. How thick how dense the weave.)
Service Center, Brunch,
Bridge and Canasta.

Cosmos Club, Game Party
2:30 p.m., Mrs. W. M. Rogers,
828 NW 21st Avenue.! ,

THURSDAY, May 7 $895 TO $225 YARD

Gainesville Junior. Woman's
Club, Installation Luncheonand
Meeting, 10:30 a.m., University -

CQ PEO, 8 p.m.,
NW 12th Road.American .
Association of Un-

iversity Women, Morning In- WHEN BUYING CARPET
$699 terest Group, Mrs. Robert W. ;, F1.y". ,., -- -
Jones, 1215 NW 23rd Boule ,

v vard.OES Gainesville 8 p.m., Masonic Chapter Temple.44,- How to Waste $ $ How to Save $ $

Coffee honoring old and new

executive board of the New- Got money to burn? Here are a few tips to help you get rid Want to invest your money wisely and get the best possible
Y 1T comers of the University cf the value when buying carpet? Here are a few pointers on achieving
surplus by not getting the best value for your investmentin
Women's Club, 10 a.m., Mrs.J. your goal.
Wayne Reitz, Presid e n t's carpets. '
Residence. 1. Don't skimp on quality.for heavy-traffic areas. An "expensive" -
1. Buy the cheapest carpet you can find for'a heavy-traffic -
be the
Mothers' Club, carpet may most economical in the long run.
University area. Then you can replace it in a short time. 2. Choose
Covered-dish Luncheon, 11 a practical color and texture based on traffic
2. Ignore advice on practical colors and textures. For needs. Plan for practicality as well as actual durability.
meet at the
a.m., University
Women's Club for transportation example put white plush wall-to-wall carpet in a family room. 3. Choose a carpet or rug in the color family you like the
You can hire a maid to keep it clean. best
to the summer home of considering also the way it will blend with other furnish.
3. Don't bother about
checking carpet colors with wall ings.
's '' Mrs. Bruce Thomason, Lake colors, fabric swatches or other room element. If find
any 4.
Winott. you Depending on room appearance and your future.plans
you dont like your new carpet, throw it out and start over for
University Women's Club, your home you might consider a large rug instead of car-
or room around it. pet. A good-quality is a better buy than cheap wall-to-wall
Club 8 Clubhouse, rug
I'Bridge p.m. 4. Ignore labels. You won't know what you're getting but carpet.
West Newberry Road. you can always buy a new carpet i if you're disappointed.
5. Choose
Golden Age Club, 1:30 p.m., a reliable carpet retailer and discuss your needs
City Recreation Center. S. Forger about reliable brand names and reputable car- and preferences with him. Be sure to read carpet labels care-
I; pet dealers. Try to get a "bargain" that will really cost money! fully.

6. Don't measure your room and don't let your dealer take 6. Discuss installation with your retailer. Modern methods
accurate measurements before installation. Ydu might waste -
permit inconspicuous seaming. keep yardage requirements
money by buying more yardage than you really need. a minimum.
: tastes so (jooiJ-they 7. Forget about using your vacuum cleaner. Don't bother 7. Buy a good padding but don't try to compensate for. ..
y., about spots or having your carpet; professionally cleaned. Whenit skimpy carpet with a thick cushioning.
cook it just like gets too dirty, just throw it out and buy a new one. 8. Take good care of your carpet to extend its lifetime. -
., they (Jolheir thicken! .
-' Call ihem: FR 2-6311 Follow this advice, and we can guarantee that you'll waste Follow this advice, and you're sure to make a wise carpetor

309 North West 13th St money and get poor value for your carpet or rug investment. rug purchase which will give you years of otisMcti n.

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Brides' Hop.
Book 1 1A i ; '

J bermuda hop is slated for Teen Time. j sne a.nfu. I
TODAY, May .6Miscellaneous. Rehearsal dinner for Moon- ..
I Teen T i m e at the Recreation I ,
I Thrasher following Winners of records and putt-!|
shower hon- wedding 'party
% Center on Friday from, 7:30 to
oring Miss Carolyn Ridgell, rehearsal at the First 10 p.m. putt golf course passes'at TeemTime i

bride-elect of Charlton B. Daniel Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs.A. I ;Friday night were Marti}

8 p.m., Mrs. Lowell Mock T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd At a recent council meeting,;I:Banks, Craig Jones, Larry!I ..< J
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and Mr Grant_Edson at thelatter's Street. J\\\ "OSEPpINELowJ officers[ and committee heads(Moore and Tommy Davis. Richie -,

home, 2212 NW 15th SATURDAY, May 9 planned future programs for! Hinson won a Beatle album.
Wedding of Miss G I e nda L LIA Y
Jane Moon, daughter of Mr.
,Bridesmaids luncheon hon- and Mrs. Richard I. Jones, -- dOt

oring Miss Glenda Moon, and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr. Spring Is Here Time
bride elect of Barton 2
E. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. R
Thrasher Jr., 12:30 pan:, Mrs. Thrasher, ,4 pjn., First Bap-
Wayne Sandefur, 1418 NW 16th tist Church. Reception follow To Lose 10 Pounds i CHOOSE FROM LIBBYE'SCOLLECTION
Terrace. ing with bride's parents hosts
My 9-Day Reducing Diet is I head resting on the hands. Now! .i
I OF OVER ", .'.
'Sifvetonarik as sure a sign that spring is pull your abdomen in and press i' ..
,here as the first robin or the the small of your back to the i I 500 BLOUSES !

LADIES SPORTSWEAR DEPT. I first flower. Thousands of readers floor, as you push against your:
look forward to all three of hands with your head. Hold for
-- = GIFTS FOR HER them with equal enthusiasm eight counts. Relax and repeat. FROM THE
q' FROM OUR -' each year, and many'dependon This is an abdominal exercise COUNTRY'S MOST INTERESTING
9-Day> Diet to.rescue them' that also straightens _the spine.I FASHION MAKERS
from. # embarrassment.. Remember, tomorrow I'll;j
Summer, with .its swim suits for start Wednesday's my 9-Day Diet meals.with menus Watch'I GIFTS BEAUTIFULLY WRAPPED FREELIBBYE'S ..
'I and play clothes and sheer
for its!
clothes, can make a woman
I'f feel very self-conscious about If you would like to have
a five or 10-pound gain. Time my 9-Day Reducing Diet in a, ..
passes by so swiftly that we convenient little booklet send crisp fashion in black ant ....
$ are likely to let ,the. ,weeks ,slip 10 cents and a stamped, self- I NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATRE white seersucker ideal ..
twea4; by without seriously settling addressed envelope with yout, for city or country .stay ,..
down to lose those extra pounds request for it to Josephine Free Parking First Federal Lot Central Charge orlayAway at home or travel. A three R
Nice Things Are Always AppreciatedShe'll which can make such a 'difference Lowman in care of the piece suit with snowy white
in the way we feel and Gainesville Son. I overblouse its buttons black ::

the pray we look in our clothes. and square. Or choose from ..
(lg .' our collection of other seer- _
This diet has been so popular 'ti sucker suits and dresses .
love one of our new. because by following it, Mother's Day Is SundayTell the ideal summertime ::
you can lose from five to 10'' choice. .
spring coordinates. Smart pounds in just nine days. Also, '
i A. R find it her how much she means to
women quite satisfying.
"dacron blends just arrived from 29.95 to 39.95 -
When you have this small an you with a fashion gift frrom our
for her most impor- amount to lose like to
you getit
t ant day. I Important over with and if you have b il; i5L large selection Franklin's is proud to present lovely Mother's Day -

more than 10 pounds to lose, (JThq Dresses Misses, Juniors, Petites gifts dresses sportswear, blouses lingerie
name brands know
Fr you'll 9-Day gives you an encouragingstart. and
r Gowns Jewelry Panties hose, handbags, gloves jewelry.
at a glance.

As most of you know I publish,I 4' Robes Slips Gloves Mwayt Beautifully Gift Wrappedfranklin's
r' /1:1 the menus for each day on the
preceding day. Maternity Wear Scarves
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d. You may be just nine days 'Sown a

.... away from a truly lovely figure ,
._. :- from more pep and from U50llege bop"Use

more selfconfidence.If .

Put her in a holiday mood so, follow the menus which I
will in Central Charge or Regular Charge
with ttiese-care-freeskJrts appear your newspaperfor
t; a the next nine days. FREE PARKING IN REAR
and blouses. Designed togtveasmarf ..
Try This Most Fashionable Address" 401 W. University Avenue, Dial FR 2-4606
p lift. tQ"er: Here is an exercise which is 105 W. University Ave. FR 6-6348
better than the old-fashioned
cE.SUQI-< WQfdrobe.-platterSingly' -- I
= spring tonic. Lie on the flooron

t i styled J :Iruher: : fav- your back. Bend your knees
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way place your

!_..or ie."en"synnre:. -.' .,. .-fabrics.'-- .. .' \ the floor. Bend your elbows, THE FLORIDA GERONTOLOGY FOUNDATION
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, ====::-.:- "- :::..-" Trim; long-legged flattery Formal Recital
is a perfect picture of
R For SaturdayThird EVERGLADEStfHT
spring i and summer
formal recital by students -
': weight pants. Skillfully of teacher-members t of

designed, marvelous tailoring Association the Gainesville will Music be held Teachers at 7:30 I AN EXCITING, REAL-LIFE ADVENTURE FILM IN 16MM KODACHROME:

I ';, beautiful fit: A p.m. in the Kirby Smith School NARRATED IN PERSON BY :

huge selection for a special auditorium, Saturday evening.Mrs. .

gift. Alan Conger and Mrs. BARBARA HOME STEWART :
i David Dowd will be co-c hair-

men. FRIDAY EVENING MAY 15, 1964 8:00 P.M. :

The program, arranged by
Mrs. Delbert Sterrett, chair)
I t man of student activities of the: GAINESVILE WOMAN/S CLUB :
I association will be followed bya
brief reception. /

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"Somebody forgot.
Choose from an extensive Three years in the making-enirely self-photographed vivid story of a record-breaking survival trip by canoe :.

g selection of imported kn through the wilds of the Everglades and "impenetrable" mangrove jungles of the Ten Thousand Islands: Florida'slast

frontier. .
) and domestic straw, leather
k and fabric handbags EXPLORE the strange mangrove Meet 86-year old Arthur Darwin, See the vicious lemon shark that .

i in the newest styles jungles of the Ten Thousand Islands barefoot hermit who operates a 3- shared their jungle bathtub! :

and colors of the season. i where the trees walk on stilts 500-tree banana plantation deepin Learn startling new survival and .

witness the breathtaking splen- the jungle. salt water camping techniques. .

k dor of a misty dawn in the Big CYP- Build a fish smoker from a cab Live off the land, eating survival :

f ress and Everglades go shellingon bage palm tree and cook the heart- foods: wild cucumbers, cactus, hyacinth :
I i the beaches of of-palm or "swamp cabbage" for .
SUGGESTIONSSport primitive Cape dinner. "floats", beach beans, cattails -

1 1J Sable. coontie and sour oranges.
t 1r Meet the "World's Most Popular
See color of the
I ..BagsRainwear Costume Jewelry r rare photos tiny, Hermit" Rob Roy Ozmer- and Explore the remains of 2,500-
I vanishing Florida Key deer, the learn why his old "lost cities" of the
strange hermitage year man- .
1t Umbrellas litter bit hurts"KEEP it itr size of a large dog and meet
s draws 10,000 visitors
every !
Unusual Boutiques Bermuda Shorts "Uncle Fud", a, great white: heron a year grove jungle as you climb up the
J I with an eye for the ladies. Enjoy the unforgettable spectacle high shell mounds, find pottery,

i Billfolds Clutch Bags i r See the 1 jungle hideout of Florida of Duck Rock, where 80,000 jewelry and shell tools left by anci- ,

Hose by Archer Belts I t desperado "Emperor" Ed Watson, twilight.brilliant tropical birds roost at ent cannibal tribes.

t Unusual r Straw Hats' the man who killed Belle Starr *
Imporrted Spanish Join a humorous fishing trrip
explore his sugar cane plantation, Blaze a two-mile machete trail
\, Bathing,Suits Hand Bags with Boojum, the Hermit's dog,
once the largest in south Florida: through sawgrass with the two explorers

t Beach Wear ,as they drag their canoe_ who goes rockfishing for two
*See exotic flowers of the 10,000
through a No Man's Land of hungry egrets. .
Islands: wild allamanda, coffee;
Come in and browse the cordial treacherous alligator sloughs and
you'll enjoy atmosphere -
Dahoon holly used by the Semin- *
See herons
pelicans, night ,
r and personal attention of Silverman's Store mudflats to find a new, shorter
f and you'll see beautiful merchandise personally oles in their mysterious rituals;, route connecting' Broad and Shark egrets and cormorants in their salt-
selected by.FoYe- Silverman! y l.i > fS I If nickerbean, airplants( orchids and Rivers. water nursery.

f f the fish poison tree.

Enjoy'tHe fun and privileges of a revolving charge ac, : -
I free-will donation to the Foundation; or subscription to the
count. Application- forms,on request. : .# Susan SpotiMS says I ADMISSION ,
l Certificates of Indenture offered.

l .5M! man4" ."=" ...,..,>.> FLORIDA GERONTOLOGY FOUNDATION (a corporati

_4' Courtesy not for profit)
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GEO. W. KARELAS, M.D., President .

DAYTON E. McCLAIN, Ph.D. Vice-president
225 West i i Ave. FR 6-3502
University NEWBERN SUMMERLIN, Treasurer ARTHUR N. SCHOUTEN, Secy fir Exec. Directorr


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to the Extremely Low Sale* '
Who ever heard of giving Drastic Price Reductions in the face of rising FridayNIGHTS
SPECIALS_ costs and replacements! Why are we doing this Because Home Beautiful, Prices We must say NO
? Gainesville newest furniture store growing like a cream fed kitten.
.' -- '.- -- Already known in Gainesville and throughout this entire area as an EXCHANGES, NO APPROVALS.
institution catering to those who love and appreciate the finest in home
NO C.O.D.'a without NO
: furnishings We are having a great influx of newcomers to this area. We deposit. __
__ want to acquaint these newcomers with our store, services and every day PHONE ORDERS AND ALL SALES -
19.95 to 89.95 19.95 ': low vices. We wish to show our appreciation to our old customers, also UntilO'CIock
DECORATORBEDSPREADS ALUMINUM A.i$ M old friends and new customers are invited to come in look FINAL But you can expect .
around get acquainted and take advantage of our terrific savings,
CHAISE >< selections and the many services. offer. Wt decided months ago the usual Home Beautiful Servicesnd .
to stage this sensational sale bought for it planned it wrangled 9'hug. -. _, _
Twin and full sixes With plastic covered : special buys from manufacturers for this ...nt. You are all cordially: invited Guarantees no matter __
YOUR CHOICE foam pad x to come and celebrate our 2nd Birthday Salo with us We promise, you what you buy or how much"
won't be disappointed r' I
1/2 Price, 14" ;. reduced?.


Involving without reserve or limit the entire and complete contents of Home Beautiful Furniture Co.-

99.00 12,600 sq. ft. of showroom space jammed with nationally known correctly styled home furnishings-

LANE to be sold at Drastic Price Reductions in the greatest sale of its kind in years! A sale with a reason andCEDAR

CHEST not just an excuse-A sale that is a sale!



"ETHAN ALLEN"CIGARETTE 498.00 Solid Cherry 4-piece Bedroom Suite
FOR TWO %69.00.EJrl cushlon-On., American Only .Chair Back Sofa-foam 1QQOO I 7 O 94.85 by "Ethan Allen" .... . . 39900-

TABLE SET OF 3 TABLES 166.80 Early American Maple finish 4. 1OQ35
Colonial styling 149.00 Two cushion 'rocking Love Seat in Early "I1Q95American pc. Bedroom Suite with plastic tops . v 7
styling 1 I
at 49.95 Solid Hardwood Bunk Bed complete I
7" Mahognay Formica Tops
199.00 Just imagine A reclining Lon with ladder and guard rail Maple 39 95
Smoky Shadows LodgeMaggie Early American styling .-14995 69's finish .. ..J' ....... ... .......
377.00 5-piece French Provincial Bedroom 33900'
351.00 "Ethan Allen" Sofa in a linen print-25900 Suite in Fruitwood finish .H. ..."- .
N.C. One .
Floor sample-- Only
24.95STEP %74.85 Modern 4-piece Bedroom Suite with
49.95SOLIDCHERRY in the Heart of the Smoky Mountains 229.00 Early American Sofa-Foam cushions- TABLE easy-to-eare-for plastic tops all in warm21900
One Only-Floor sample ... tone walnut finish ... . . .
MERSMAN 417.80 French Provincial 5-piece Suite in
COBBLERBENCH plus I 279.00 Traditional! styled Sofa with tufted back 22900 Antique White with powder blue trim-29900

and foam cushions . .. .. Walnut Formica Top One Only . . . .. .
O Spring Air "Back Supporter Mattress and Box One Only : : :
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2995 Spring. linson"-One Only ..."Tom-CQOOO 1295 kingsize Bed and imported ultewath34900
0 Luxurious Decorator Bedspread. tops .. .. . . ..*. .
O Lovely Pole Lamp. 279.00 "T" cushion traditional Sofa with xipper- 1QQOO 366.35 5-piece Bedroom Suite in
Hanging Chain Lamp. ed reversible foam cushions 413.70 White with cherry formica tops AntiQu'25900
o Redwood Picnic Table and 2 Benches. RATTAN Provincial styling ... . . . :
279.50 Famous Simmons Hide A-Bed
Artificial Floral Arrangemer On* 24900 145.00 Solid mahogany foster Bed full 'Q95
29.95 Only 2-PC. SECT. SOFA size-Floor Sample ...... .... . ft
REDWOODPICNIC 364.00 Modern thin lines le Sofa and RRegister
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TABLE now! Nothing to Buy. Drawing will be comb; One Only ** *
and 2 BENCHES held Friday, May 31st. Open to Adults 18 yean' 25900 NATJONALLY ADVERTISED
You do not hare to be 319.00 French Provincial Sofa by Broyhill-Floor 17Q95
Made of 2" stock of age or over only. pre
sample-Slightly soiled BEDDING
sent to win.
1995. 19 98
129.00 Bahama Lounge with extra set of zipper- /tQ95 FILIGREE'
ed covers ... .. .. .... .. Over 100 Units at Huge Reductions
159.00 74.95 Mis-matched Innerspring Mattress CQ93
SEALYPOSTURE and Box.Spring-Twin size only' . .

PEDIC DINING, ROOM SUITES 1095 79.00 Famous Simmons Innerspring set- KTQ95
Two only-Out they go at . .. .. ..
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Levy County Levy County Sheriffi a fit Run-Off to -

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1. Bronson 66 15 185 105

2. Levyville ._ 12 14 27 34 x Bradford Sheriff "
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Hartley 3. Otter Creek .-. ____.. 20 39 56 54 "

: ,4;, Cedar Key' ... "- --. ,50 .48 87 145 4. H. v a x\i S: ff -

6. Montbrook.,.::.--..,..... .- 31' 7 12 7 -
7. Williston -- ,-. : _..' 251 35123 72 Reddish

7A. Williston ..' -- 230 37 103106 on Top
Vs. RabbinsBRONSON :
8. Morriston :..,....:....... 79 15 25 25

10. Judson......rr.-. : 52 20 56 45 By SAM McGARVEY iff was thrown into a run-off in his opponent, i-dy.

.L. P. (Pat) 'vote of 2,013 to 1,730 in unofficial 11. Raleigh 21 4 41 12 'Son Staff Writer the Democratic primary here Z. W. in

Hartley of Williston, who leda returns. 12. Red Hollow .-......_...._. 11 16 15 19 -, .REDDISH- STARKE The fourmanrace yesterday when incumbent P. the County Dist. 5
four-man race for Levy Coun- for Bradford sher- D. Reddish polled 2,176 as race, by piling as
ty sheriff in the Democratic primary -i And County Prosecuting Attorney -, 13. Chiefland :. 131 68 118 123 -----County-............... against a total of 2,450 for his against 1,846 R.
E. Wasson won
yesterday, and the second I S.defeating William reelection E.-. 13A. Chiefland .. 74 .61 .115 142 s. three opponents. H. Green Jr.

high candidate, G. T. Robbins, Rivers ,of Bronson, 19181714., 14. Inglis ...__......___,. 199 61 105 102 Willard Williams was the apparent Arthur W.
will face each other in a runoffon runner with 975,
15. Janney ..__ 31 10 26 35 E. Lawson, Dist.
May 26.. A four-man race for the Dist -5- but he may be e d g ed out by

The four-man scramble, which i 3! County Commission; .seat,.. 16. Gulf Hammock 33 26 57 22 a..: x Jennings Starling, who had 966, 3 Holliday member by com-.

which John Yearty is vacating TOTALS _' .. 1301 476 1151. 998 t ; when the 197 absentee ballotsare
sparked the primary in Levy pared to 1,899 .
M ,3
at the end of the year, woundup counted today. The other
County, resulted in incumbentJ. with Rob(rt.Hodge'on top. candidate for sheriff, Harold K. Supervisor Je-
W. Turner finishing third who 1,104 votes Norman fourth with 509 neva M. ,
Hodge polled ran
Markham of Chief- Gilchrist Co.
and J. W.
by getting to
will face either Sam Stand- votes.
land in last place. '
in ridge ((996 votes) or Howard .a Another run-off is scheduledin Clara T.
Williams ((947 votes) ir a runoffon the County Commisson Dist. For Burns
his first political xa?
Venture, 1f. May. 26. With only 49 votes S z S 1 race in which incumbent Carl ran far
1,301: separating Standridge: and Williams #A a Prevatt got 2,023, the runner-up with 2,126 as : Scott

polled votes, rackingup a the counting of absentees Sheriff To Dave Shuford, 1,599, and the Kelly, 798; ..
could determine which one will third man in the contest Ossie 733; Sen. 394r.
his biggest "
margins in his be in the run-off. Norman, got 696. Robert High, ; F r e4.
There is a possibility that the Karl, 142. 5 I.i I.
home Willistojj Another surprisingly close
absentee ballots throw the Senator received -
may i
precincts. Rob- race was that between Wardell '
bins, a former Fugate of Williston and Lonnie ...& f.". ,..-. pa _.... County Commission Dist. 3 con-. 2,859 d.
OfficeTRENTON test into a runoff. Incumbent i.to 975 for In the-
sheriff .received Butch of Morriston for County -Keep WILLIAMS CASEY
Jerome Johns received 2,266 attorney Jimmy
Stephenstotal ,
an unofficial Commission, Dist. 5. Fugate,
votes total of 2,225 I Kynes had ,
against a
votes. The unofficial as
of 1,151 the incumbent, polled just 69
Ernest W. to 1,856 for Public -
for his
count for Turner was votes more than Blitch ((1- opponents I
received! -Veteran Gil- Bradford Co. Sheriff Allen ((1,129)) and W. M. Harris Utilities Edwin
993 and Markham 68-1,799) and here again the
christ County Sheriff Clyde Johns' is Mason ,
476. absentees could be a deciding ((1,096)) As margin won
Williams was returned to office only 41, he may be put in a run- polling 2,610 his opponent
actor. oci: hO
There are 219 absentee .ballots yesterday in the Democratic e :a off if his opponents pick up 42 ,
to be counted, but these are In the only School Board race, primary by a comfortable margin 'E = in the absentee ballots.In Public (Buzzy)
not 'likely to affect the final L. H. Arrington topped Cecil of 848 votes to 556 for his = z Co4C: ti 33 other contests:, Green town

line-up in the sheriff's race.' Stanley, 1,873-1,727, for the Dist. opponent, H. E. (Hank) Hand. Thomas J. Casey Jr. won eas- vote, polling against
In other county races, Coun- 4 seat. 1. Lawtey City Hall 102 163 93. 93 ily in the school superintendent 609 for his R. G.
Judge Wilbur Anderson won Tax Assessor M. J. Hall also race by polling 3,046 to 1,230 for (Chief)
ty In the 21st District senate 2. Lawtey Turner's 18 202 19 23
handily over challenger G. ,C. was returned to office, as he .
Perdue Bronson attorney. An- race, incumbent Etter Usher of ,compiled the highest number .xf 3. Fair Building 28 119 5-1 52 none.'f"
derson polled 2,464 votes to 1-, Chiefland received 2,549 home ,of: votes of all candidates on y4Y 4. American Legion 36 141 36 52 Bradford Co.
county votes to 1,220 for challenger .e
354 for Perdue. Sun Townsend. the county level. Hall polled 4 5. Bradford High _._ 47 231 99 141

,State Rep. Frank Marshburnalso 1,130 votes to 269 for his op- ;' 6. Bayless Church 31 95 35 37 (No.1))
retained his legislative Levy Countians gave nativeson ponent, J. W. (Pinky) Pittman. -
seat defeating Fred Bailey bya Earl Faircloth 2,746 votes .41i 7. Johnson Warehouse' 22 233 32 20

vote of,2,281 to clerk 1,326.In of cir- and James Kynes 962 in the Other county included office Tax holders AssessorA. reelected ?. 4 :s ; 8. Starke' Armory 39 191 84, 87' -_ .. 'OL .... ,0\. .-....... <. ;-,.a" iIi. cO .-.- a= .l.:.:;.
the race for race for attorney general.U. :s
M. who defeatedT. 9. Southside School 55 186 11 106 viO Ao
cuit court, incumbent Ernest S. Senator Spessard H o 1- Quincey, z Q
beat challenger Car-' E. Lindsey, 836-532; School 10. Theressa Hall 24 81 32 76
Stephens land polled 2,901 votes to 715 :i I. 1. Lawtey City Hall 86 148
roll Gilbert by a handy 2,271 to for Brailey Odham.In Supt. Eli Read, who bested 11. Hampton Hall 17 99 69 11
who is former school superintendent G. 2. Lawtey.- Turner's ._ 6 133
1,411 margin. Gilbert, the race for governor, Levy WILLIAMS 12. Starke Library _' 17 139 40 .37
currently a county commissioner went for Scott Kelly. The unof- Carl Roberts, 809-601; County 3. Fair Building_ 29 66
clerk's Commissioner Lank Akins missioner, Florida Public Utili 13A. Terwillegar's Mtrs. 50 133 83 91
made the bid for the ficial tally: Kelly, 1,110; Burns, over 4. American Legion 40 71
post instead of seeking reelec- ,090; Dickinson, 686; Ma- Alvis Hilliard for the Dist. 3 I ties Commission. 13B. Ratliff Home 5 6-1 3 -or-
.... 72 206
tion to the County Commissionfrom thews, 557; High, 295; and post, 781-586; and Dist. 2 School] Approximately 1,600 ballot: 14. Struth Home r.--- .. 9 52 55 68 5. Bradford High '
Dist. 1. Karl, 138.Green. Board member C. K. Bryant (including absentees) were cas t 6. Bayless Church 64 42
15A. Brooker Hall 9 58 8t 10
A three-man race tor we over Mrs. Evelyn Carter, by in Gilchrist County yesterday, 7. Johnson Warehouse 40 98

Dist. 1 post resulted in Donald a vote of 877 to 498. representing 87 per cent of the: 15B. New ver-Wiggin's_ 5 48 16 8 8. Starke Armory 61 175

Holmes of Bronson coming out GetsDefender .county's 1,832 registered voters. TOTALS 509 2176 966 !l75
on top with 1,358 votes. But Dist. 1 County Commissioner 9. Southside School 55 130

he will have to face either Har- Jack Rowell lost his bid for reelection 10. Theressa Hall 36 80
M. Owens in a to Harold Slaughter by
ry Hiers or 11. Hall 62 69
Whitehead Is Clear VictorFor Hampton
run-off. Owens was second high a margin of 772-612.
25 93
12. Starke
and Hiers was Library
with 1,178
5-1 VoteGREEN The closest county
not far behind, with 1131. The By was 13A. Terwillegar's Mtrs. 49 135
that for the
5 County Com-
counting of absentee ballots 13B. Ratliff Home 8 16
could decide who will be mission seat in which incum- Union County Sheriff
Holmes' run-off opponent. bent Eudell Watson topped Edgar 14. Struth Home 27 71

School Supt. A. E. Mikell rana (Junior) Langford, 715655. 15A. Brooker Hall 24 46

close race with his challenger With about 200 absentee ballots LAKE BUTLER Union NeSmith ((678)) and J. T. Fill- against 742 for Monroe Killer, 15B. New River-Wiggin's 12 20

Arnold Beck of Chiefland, 3t f remaining to be counted, this County Sheriff John Whiteheadwon yaw (03)). Rhoden and Nes- and Dist. 4 incumbent Carl 0. I
TOTALS __ ._ 696
136 votes in race could swing the other
he finished way,
but t SeiT a clear-cut victory over Smith will be opponents in the Bielling won a narrow victory,
unofficial tally to local !
front of Beck. The according observations.In .
(without absentees) was 1- his opponent, Lowell Shadd, in second primary.In polling 876' as against 856 for .

888 for Mikell and 1,752 for the race for the 21st District -the Democratic primary election his opponent, Ray Crawford. Usher
the School Board contests,
Senate seat, Sim L. Townsend yesterday. Whitehead won
Beck.Supervisor of Registration of Bell took his home i by> nearly 300 votes, polling 'jicumbent W. B. Bloodworth I Mrs. Helen W., Dukes scoreda

Louise N. Sale also retainedher county by a vote of 701 to 679 1,038 as against 739 for his chal .jf Dist. 2 won with 960, asWHITEHEAD better than two-to-one victory !

office, defeating her oppon- for incumbent Etter Usher of lenger. f in the race for tax collector, To State

ent, Mary Ann Graham, by a Levy County. But Usher re- But a big shake-up occurredin I piling up 1,209 votes as com-
.. I ceived enough votes in the County Commission in '
.w ii\.im.! "t- Levy pared to 552 for John T. Hale.
_ and Dixie to win the three- which all three incumbents running

county race by an almost 2.1 for re-election were de- 5 Mrs. Lettie Lee Archer won State Senator Etter Usher of

A margin. feated. $j.. the post of supervisor of regis- Uhiefland easily won re-election

The Shelton Arnold won a seat H tration by almost as big a mar- yesterday in the three county
w'k biggest vote-getter in Gil- from District 1, by getting 961 ,: in 21st District, racking up 4,814
christ :& gin, getting 1,113, as against
County was R. A. (Buzzy)
as compared to 784 for the in- votes to 2,506 for his opponent,
Public Defender R. A. (Buz- Green Jr., who easily won re- cumbent, Dana Duke.In 603 for her opponent, Mrs. Mar- Sim L. Townsend.
zy) Green Jr. won his first full election to the. Eighth Judicial garet R. Crawford.
the District 3 contest,
term by an unofficial margin Circuit public defender's post. Usher, currently filling the
Elton Taylor won with 904 votes,
from voters yesterday theixcounty Six counties voted in this race, unexpired term of former sen-
for the
as against 850 incumbentS. .
Eighth Judicial. Cir and Green's Gilchrist County M. Brown. Cedar Key ator Randolph Hodges, who resigned -
}p from the Legislat u r e,
vote was 1,141 to 125 for R. G.
cuit.His And in the District 5 race, carried both Dixie and his home
largest margin came from (Chief) Justiss.In Royce Shaw got 940 to defeat
S Taps Hodges county of Levy by
a Alachua with 10,907 votes the U. S. Senate Gil- the incumbent, Fred L. Thomas,
race, margins.
against R. G. (Chief) Justiss' who had 754.Arunoff '
christ County went for incumbent -
2,770. ensued in the Con For Mayor Townsend, who ran against
SIIARTLEY Second highest count for the Spessard L. Holland, giving -, stable Dist. 3 contest, when incumbent Usher in a special election last
N 25-year-old son of former Con- him 1,058 votes to 227 for R. L. Rhoden received Y year, carried only his home

gressman Lex Green of Starke Brailey Odham. 725, as compared to a total of I CEDAR KEY J, Q. (Shor- county of Gilchrist. But here, it R

I 11- was from his home county Fred 0, (Bud) Dickinson led, 981 for his two opponents Joe J ty) Hodges was re-elected mayor was a fairly close race with

_i Bradford. the governor's Ud' race in. GilchristCounty of Cedar Key in municipal Townsend coming out on top,

"- ., A.ij.AI f The Bradford vote was 3. 506 with 432 votes. Scott Union voting here yesterday. 701 to 679.

i for Green and 609 for the Kelly was second, with 396 County Hodges, with 98 votes, led The votes in Levy County was

Gainesville attorney.The votes, and Haydon Burns rana 2,549 for Usher and 1,220 for .
vote full as
a field of three candidates -
other four counties in the close third with 326 votes. Sheriff's Race mayor Townsend; and in Dixie Coun- state ;
circuit all voted for Green with John E. Mathews received 185 which included Willis ty, Usher polled 1,586 votes to

hfg ; i Baker recording> 1,867 for Green Gilchrist votes;' Fred Karl, 24: occo Booth, 80 votes, and S. G.'' 585 for Townsend.The Around ballots 1

3t. I It and Justiss, 238; Union, 1,373 for; and Robert King High, 29. w Green, 38 votes. I special election last year remain to Dixie,
Green and Justiss, 201: Gil a -4 was called when Hodges resigned and .
christ, 1,141 for Green and 125 There were five ballots cast '.cs a :a Mack Bishop, 139 votes, and from the Senate to de- I Levy

r 4E 1S for Justiss and .Levy '2,916 for, in the 'Republican governor'srace. U) !: Nolan Cannon,' 120 votes, won

Green'and :532 for Justiss.. Ken Folks received two 1. Courthouse. ....._._._._ .' -149. 245 the two City Council seats to Egg

Green said this morning h e of these, and Charles Honey, 2. Raiford 124 159 be filled. Incumbent Henry J, $10 GloomKEY

was deeply grateful to voters i in three. 3. Worthington 158 166 Brown lost his bid for reelection WEST (AP) -The Key ( ) The
In the race for attorney gen- Market
the six counties for their vote Northeast
E 137 to the Council, polling 95 announced
of confidence eral, Earl Faircloth, a native of !4. Providence. 50 : West Citizen has to
] :5. Palestine 55 42 votes. plans to donate $10 to the local prices
"I will continue to keep th: neighboring Levy County, polled -
4' 792 votes to 532 for incumbent public library on every day Extra' ; 37-39;
interests and rights of the penniless 6. State Prison 20 86 The mayor and Council shine
when the fails to
accused t l James' W. Kynes. sun medium 29; % 30..,
ever uppermos 7. Spires Whse.LB 60 66 terms are for two years. The here. The Citizen is the southernmost -
in my mind," Green pledged. Incumbent Edwin L. Mason Poultry U;.
8. Masonic Hall-LB 13 137 newmeri1bers will be sworn in newspaper in the continental .
"Please accept my heartfelt t in Gilchrist County bested.J'hil-
Council meeting. United States. hens light, 'f
the next I
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ROBBINS----- thanks. lip Brewer 931.216 for corni, Totals .
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t,t ,1 b.. 7t k./: bishop and a Southern bish- j udice but a I

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\x today; on a new Methodist
.. 3 Church law saying persons of Late
4r any race are eligible to worshipor I I II.I.>
hold membership in any
wI Methodist church. N. Y. I
Bishop John Owen Smith of
"I o. x Atlanta, Ga., said the key AllisChal 19
II T word is "eligible." He said that Alcoa 764 : f
I doesn't mean persons of any AmAir 43
f CHARlES PARKER race must necessarily be ad- AMBrk 52 I. t'
mitted to any Methodist church. AmBdPar 38 I
Bishop James K. Mathews of AmCan 43?
; Boston, said it is his feeling that AmCyan 65 ,,

I 1 Sheriff Rep. Methodist churches are under a AmMot U I
"compulsion of faith" to abide AT&T 141 =! < t
by the intent of the law and AmTob 34 .
thus are obligated to throw open Ampx Cp 15 ()()

i Get Okay Of their The doors church's to everyone.general confer- Anaconda Armour 45 51 i 1

ence, holding its quadrennial Babcock 57 ,
meeting in Pittsburgh's Civic BethStl 36 :
Arena, adopted the new law .Boeing 46
Tuesday night Approval ,cameon Borden 73
a show of hands and without Brunswk 10*
Dixie Voters debate. CaterTr 59

I The law reads: "The Methodist Celanese 70
/, Church is a cart of the Chrysler 49
church universal. Therefore, all CocaCola 126
CROSS CITY Two Dixie'ents combined. Peacock polled CornEd 49
persons, without regard to race,
; County political veterans, Sher- 1,399 votes; Willard Corbin, 562; color, natural origin, or economic ConEdis 85
iff Al Parker and State Rep- and F. 0. Phillips, 203. condition, shall be eligi- ContCan 48 '
Hal Chaires, were returned to Dixie Countians gave U. S. ble to attend its worship serv- DowChe 72
I office in the Democratic primary Senator Spessard Holland a ices, to participate in its programs duPont 262
t!l yesterday. rousing 1,684 votes to 356 for and to be admitted into EAL 35 I.
t Parker handily over his E.Kodak 129
won in
Brailey Odham; 1,462 votes to its membership anywhere %
Mark Goodman, bya Firestone 38'
opponent, Earl Faircloth and 566 to James the connection.
of to 661. FlaP&L 72
vote 1,615
But Charles had to contends Kynes in the attorney general'srace Bishop Smith was asked to Ford 56 %
with two opponents, Blake Curry ; and 1,586 votes to State give his interpretation of it. FrmstDA 11 : % 1
Sen. Etter Usher and 585 to hh
and Fletcher McQueen. Chaires He said: "All people are eli- FreptSul 31
opponent, Sim Townsend.In .
emerged victorious in the race, gible. Eligible means they are FruehTr 30 %
\ however, with an apparent 17- the governors race in Dix, free to go and should be admit- GenDyn 26 H "
vote majority over his two challengers ie County it was: Kelly, 700; ted. I don't know if that makesit GenEl 82
l i according to unofficial Burns, 669; Dickinson, 539; binding on them to be let in." GenFds 86
returns. Mathews, 141; High, 100; and If a person would be kept out GenMills 37 %
Chaires polled 1,143 votes to Karl, 60.C.O.D.before. of a church, the bishop added, GenMtrs 89
941 for McQueen and 185 for Goodrich 54 '
Curry. There are around 250 Goodyr 42
absentee ballots to be counted, ] NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAY 5 Greyhnd 57
bat Chaires is expected to i GulfOil 56 .
High Low Close Net Chg.
maintain his majority lead.

.Another: longtime Dixie office 25 Roils 136.76 135.38 136.41 Up .27
holder, County Judge Ike Harmon 25 Industrials 827.71 812.83 823.99 Up 4.55 ,

also retained his office, 50 Stocks. 482.23 474.10 480.20 Up 2.41 TODAY'S
soundly beating his opponent,
James Whiddon, 1,447 815. .Prev. Close !
.:Tax Assessor Hal Chewning STOCK FLASHES I !
826.63 | I
also won re election by a margin MARKET I
of 1,516 to 721 over Joel i 197.61 r I I

Sanders.In NEW YORK (AP) The gained Y4 at 89% on 1,500 140.14 I I :
: the school superintendent'srace -288.17 I I :
stock market opened slightly shares.
incumbent Le r o y Locke, ,
bested challenger Pat Gooding,I higher today, continuing the 5,350,000 I / ;
trend of the last three sessions. Yesterday the Associated
1,247 to 1,007.
'The only) ipcumbent Dixie Trading was moderately active. Press average of 60 stocks rose ,
Coiuity official to lose his bid Most changes were narrow. 1.0 to 305.5.American.
for re election was Dist. 4 ITT opened urchanged at 58
-' School Board'"member Hr ,G, 9Z: a 3,000 share block. Stock Exchange STOCK
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"'lost out toTloscoe prices opened mixed. Off frac-
Harvey, GM, which equaled its 1964 Advances .-
Hurst by a-yote j>f 1,267 to:" high yesterday, was up Vt to tions were Data-Control, Ka- Declines .1'I;
929. .::,. :. "... -':' '!::' the same'high of 88% on an ini- wecki Chemical, Kirby Petrol- Unchanged_
;In the race' for the Dist. 2 tial trade of 5,400 shares. Ford eum and Paddington. Higher Total Issues
School Board seat which ,Hil- was unchanged. slightly were Syntex,. Rayetteand New 1963-64 ( )
died McC a-s k I11 is vacating, Molybdenum. New 1963-64
QUincey Mills defeated C. P. AT&T gained % at 141% on, I

Landrum, 1,340; toy 843.-_. a 2.500share: opening Montgomery -; ,
'Dist. 3. County-Commissioner Ward opened on 6,500
Rudolph Parrott apparently: won shares, up % at 40%. Estimates .

i re-election over Ernest Lordby Small ,fractions higher were
a vote of 1,179 to 1,039 in a
Santa Fe Railroad, Bethlehem,
closely contested race.. But the New York Central Railroad and Atom-Sub II
counting of absentee ballots U. S. Steel. I II
jpuld change the outcome. I ,
Peacock Dist. 5 commissioner Off small fractions were Commonwealth
George ,
WASHINGTON AP-The Soviet rate of
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had, two challengers,"I Edison and El Pa I U.S. \
Union be sources
but he won re election, polling so, Natural Gas. may building I This would
more votes than his two oppon- Standard Oil of New Jersey atomic-powered submarines match the

schedule. :

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH j States engined the last full I I

laris or
: Consumer Sivindles-9
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tirely legitimate, so, your baby. But when he deliversthe indication of a j
course, is the work of established proofs, jut try to get the ially selected" to get an album for her :
photography studios But original bargain. The salesmanis free if you pay for a series of gram.

a: rowing number of higli-pres-! looking for a big order, andif portraits charting y our baby's As the :
sfce] salesmen are moving into don t come through he progress at. say a "reduced ed into the :
,t you price" of $-I9J PG. Facts turnedup
the field with cm pitches I may refuse t') let you have any' field, they '
and phony sc!.emes. Among picture. in a recent probe of the off on sole of !
: scheme are: the mothers are which
thjejn are: Phony model agencies. I :
;:The coupon deal. If youa Here the solicitor tells you he not "especially selected"; the!the outset of .
album is not free but is included
thesalesman or
new baby be wary of has received word you have an up
who offers yru a"free" unusually beautiful child who in the $49.95; the price is by'States. j <
no means reduced. From time
or low-priced coupon to would be an appropriate modelin
exchanged: for a magnificent national ads-the pitch being Don't expect to get any de- clear-powered .
of child. cent pictures made for seen surfaced i;
color you
portrait your that you not only will get free 1
He'll' show you samples of fine, pictures of your child but also "free." Be skeptical of all cou- they probably i i
professional work, but this is will profit substantially from pon gimmicks and contests home or in
simply bait to open your door to your good luck. which require you to have a homeland.diately north I J

a ;econd-rate photograph er. Actually, no advertising agen- picture taken by the sponsors. sighted, up to i
He'll take a whole series of cy is involved (they simply When you want pictures of in the I
shots of your child (and ; or don't operate this way), and your pictures of your childrenor The
family), try to talk you into when the salesmap returns, he family, decide what you for the
buying $40-$50 of his shoddy want, what photographer
explains you must pay the costsof you down between
wares.. If you balk, he may coloring and re-touching for prefer and what amount of attack
make his own selection from additional folios requested by money you are prepared to The ...-
th : proofs threaten to burn the the non-existent ad agency. pay.Don't "Jane's_ .
rest Then to indicate ,his "grati forfeit a priceless family its latest : -
\ !tTo some mothers," says a tude," the gypster tells you his photo'to any,unknown sales- Union had by

Better Business Bureau expert "studio" has made up a special man and, above an, don't sign last year 26
onr;the subject, "this somehow set of prooofs which could be any contract,for,photographs until -. submarines } :: ". ::
amounts to harming the child duplicated for the co-operative you have studied it and un- that time,
I ItsieJf and a large order is sign- parent at a low price. derstand' its obligations. had about 30 '
I id to save the precious The U.S. !f .
Must -Photo enlargements. T he As this whole series on swindles I
itiots.t ." offer is to enlarge, color and has dramatized '- if it ships tack-type in .. ,
t The work is almost invariably photo-at Just the cost of mater- sounds too good to be true. it the! latter
I shoddy. You' get :your-:order ia1s1J:; $ d.The'catch is in' the almost surely iSf! '. the'eastern : id

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1Should Beat Packers Trade Gros

".- Jack on GOLF Ringo,

1:E Soviets With Nicklau.s' .
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) lin 1960, '61 and '62, winning the lives near Easton, Pa., said hedoesn't ing titles In 1962. I
: .h.-' .- ". ?! Gf. 'ftUmAHPIr CHANf lON MSEvEw s'Ev Green Bay's Paul Hornung, the championship the latter know whether he'll con- The 24-year-old Gros, the

MY Pt.Ak FOR NO. 17/ 406 W5. PAR S penitent, "Golden Boy," and two years. tinue playing. He plans to talk Packers' No. 1 draft choice

'c _" Own fullback Jim Taylor will find a The Packers posted an 11-2-1 things over with his wife, Lom- three years ago after starring
; ;' System : -meMet.Yr1GH.1" FAIRWAY stranger up front this season record last season and finished bardi and Philadelphia owner at Louisiana State, had little

,I i -..i(1115 t :'e'fU! CI. L.MlS& 11-WJ PI-AAERS A PK1V0R.-fo .. when they try to regain statusas second to the Chicago Bears in Jerry Wolman. chance to show his wares as understudy -

:J. NEW YORKTAPIf C ) : we-their.way. We don't have'to sacrifice :: R -Jt) CARRY WA1"e frfAV the National Football the West. Ringo played his 10th Ringo helped form a mighty to Taylor. The 230-()
have to beat the Russians we our ideals. I'd rather stay SNORT of C/Jf"OF..80UNPS &.. OPT AN&> League's top 1-2 rushing punch. straight season without missinga forward wall which helped Hor- pound speedster carried only 77

should do it with our own sys- home than to go over there and OILY FAIRWAy ABOUT YKAPS 16 yps.LEAVE nwv AN I iw AREA WHICHTO The Packers broke up the 'game, but some observersfelt nung to scoring championships times for 367 yards and fottrI -
tem and not be hypocrites, the win without honor." Q PLACgTHE -TEB 5 HOT"'. awesome offensive line molded he had slowed. in 1959, '60 and '61, and Taylor I touchdowns in limited servicefor

coach of the U.&, Olympic track Giegengack added a sobering to by Coach Vince Lombardi in Ringo, a former SyracuseColumbiaPrinceton to the scoring and ground-gain-I I Green Bay,:.
and field team insisted today. z ... r 1959 by sending center Jim Rin- .
voice .7'
to a growing wave of t "
"Who said we should fight fire alarm over the increased ath- 1 J' vy -\-- go, along with reserve fullback
with fire?" asked Bob Giegen- letic strength of the Russians in 0 I Earl Gros, to the Philadelphia Game

gack of Yale University, who the Olympic Games and a drop. q' Eagles Tuesday.In I e

I will lead our runners and jump off in America's over-all medal .: exchange, the trade-happy
f ers into Tokyo ,
next October. .collection. I Eagles, swinging their fourth
: "It's a lot of gobbledygook."We I Long Range \ .Il major trade since March .ij Brings Back Fond Memories
i don't have to give in to The U.S. Olympic Committee W i; gave up linebacker LeRoy Caf-

announced Monday a long- }] !ey and rights to their No. 1 se- """ w

range program, probably cost- 0I lection in tne NFL draft next ,NEW YORK (AP) "The; Baker Field on the tip of Man- football lateral and other radio

Engel New Ing millions, aimed at restoringU.S. December. highway goes right by here," hattan and got into his Prince- devices that were doomed by
lit 2 oRg
sports superiority. Tues- Try Tackle
I ton uniform again. television, always favored the
day, the nation's 15,000 com- p /gON, AIM ALONG The trade left the Packers said Stan Pearson, "and every
\ Swim ClubPresident THE::: WATEE'5ANC7 EDGE ? dramatic approach to baseball.
mercial banks were called uponto DRAW TW5 At..tI without an experienced centeron year we drive by on the way to Hector Dowd, now a New Once he told his radio audI
aid in the solicitation of x 1'0 INPICAC7 1tMIC7C7J.fA{ ON 1'He:MAP' !f11"1'INl:1 their roster. Lombardi plansto New England for our vacation, York lawyer, was the losing ence how Abraham Lincoln 'on

Olympic funds. APP O)(. ; test offensive tackle Bob and I always point to the ball pitcher and he was back too, his his deathbed called in Abner
I "The Russians have made a A T IRON 2Nf I'LL Skoronski at the post. field and tell the kids, 'See, Columbia uniform held up by a Doubleday and told him to keep
propaganda vehicle out of this 1'AKi EXTRA .CARE Ringo, Green Bay's seventh that's where it all started, 25 shoelace for a belt.
Charles Engel has been I Not -o BE (oo rrRoncAS baseball going because the country
great sports spectacle; said draft choice in was and old father
a key years ago your
named 1964-1965 The television cameras came would need it when the war
president of the I Gen. Rosie O'Donnell, chairmanof wES BEHIND 1' En. man in the deal although he will was a part of it.: .',
Carol Estates' Recreation and back, although! they have goneon was over. The Civil War.
businessman'sfinance -
; Olympic be
next Nov. 21. An all-NFL
Swim Club by the organization's! committee. "And they don't believe a to bigger things since the
selection for the past seven That sort of stuff went out
board of directors. He sue- word of it.". day one camera sent the 1939
ceeds Douglas Roby of Detroit, vice years, Ringo was a key blockeras with the dropkick, of course,
Bill Finley. president of the U.S. Olympic = tfi l the Packers powered their But he was. And Tuesday he game to the 400 or so sets then which reminde%Pearson that he
i .r in the Manhattan area.
OCher new officers are Dan Committee, said the Russian way to Western Division titles came back to play. was the last of the big-time
1 Nero, vice-president; Mrs. Rich- emphasis on sports was putting Pearson, who is now 46 and Bill Stern was back announc-I dropkickers. ..
ard tremendous pressure on the runs "a little family business in ing. As Dowd and Pearson
Rainsberger, secretary; and I It was time then for Pearsonto
Clyde Pierce, ti;easurer. United States, "enhancing their SCOWLS YOGI BERRA Philadelphia" along with his warmed up by posing for the go to bat. He fouled off a.

,41 own and downgrading our national brother, was the batter who cameras, Stern rattled along in couple of Dowd's serves, and
New directors elected at a image." drove home the winning run in the same mellow tones of long retired.
.j business session this week are He suggested emphasis on the 10th of the first they "
inning sports
Mrs. David The Guys Ain't ago."As "I threw him a curve, said..
Davis Ainesworth Orion women sports and on sports Hitting'NEW event ever put on American tel- I recall," he was saying, Dowd. "Just like last time."
Dr. Albert Ford
Avery such as gymnastics, fencing e\rision-the baseball game be- "the score of that game 25 years
Strickland and Dr. William No weight-lifting in which Russians -
YORK (AP) Yogi Moore in and tween Princeton and Columbia ago was 2-1, Princeton.
t lan. Pierce was re-elected. Mrs. excel. right Phil Linz in "It happened so fast," said Ed Mathews of the Milwaukee
I Berra sat in his underwear, center. May 17, 1939. Written Down '
Rainsberger also was elected. Lyman Bingham, executive puffing on a long cigar. He had Yogi. "Whitey wasn't tired. But Time AgainIt I That was not very spectacular Braves began the 1964 season as
Continuing to serve on the director of the USOC, said there Yogi finally had to take he lost it the active home run leader. He
board just finished his third week, as pitch- just quick. He tells you was time for the Columbia- recalling, since the score was
Dooley,are Mrs.George W. L. Beazie, Bob was strong pressure from Congress manager of the New York er-coach Whitey Ford out of aball when he wants to go. We gota Princeton game again Tuesday, written down on a piece of pa- had hit 422, three more than
Ganong, Jr.
Dick Petticrew and and other government Yankees. game when the Tigers tied sign. He's been doing it for so as part of the 25th anniver- per in front of him, but Stern, Mickey Mantle and 16 more'
Foy Stephens. bodies to copy the Soviet Un the score in the ninth. seven or eight years now." sary, Pearson came back to the inventor of the nonexistent I than Willie Mays.
Stephens serves as manager ion's strict discipline and spartan "How's it working out,.Yogi. ?" ..
of the .
pool.Outgoing training methods. a visitor asked. "Any different
directors, besides "One Russian can throw us in than you expected?"
Finley, are George Best, Stafford a dither," he said.
Caldwell, Bob Giudice, Bingham's top aide, Art Berra took a long puff on the

Fred Primo, and Jack Spann. Lentz, added, "All we have to cigar and scowled. 1

The membership approved da is lose a basketball game to "Well, I guess you got to ex-
new by-laws. In addition, Fin- the Russians, and all hell breaks "
pect injuries, he said. "You
ley reported the Club is
using loose. We're hounded at every got to expect them but not your
a new well to supply water, has turn, but there would really be three starting outfielders. And
obtained new shrubbery, nndhas a storm if
we on put we have played so few games
paved the parking lot at the ting out athletes under govern- it's hard to tell
Club..A community club house, ment control.! "

valued at $13,000, is plannedfor I Giegengack agreed, and intimated "Ain't Hitting" :.z
the east side of the present t that the loudest ay.
yelp "The ain't At -J. Z4
guys hitting.
located on 23rd Blvd. would
come from him.
least[ the pitchers can work out
and throw a little when it rains.

But things are going along all I

Spahn Facing right. You know, we don't usually -
I get away fast." -
Had Berra seen anything un-
expected in the American

Rugged Task League race?
"It looks like it's going to bea

good league.. Four
MILWAUKEE (AP) Milwaukee be stronger than the pretty
pitchers, teams and maybe more up in
southpaw Warren,Spahn but "
they're not.
there. We only saw about half
Is an old hand at recognizingand I
"I've been of them so far. ,
meeting challenges. Now myself, Fy v
he feels he faces a stern test to Spahn explained. "I've been Berra. finally won an extra-

retain his role as ace. of the I making too many mistakes and inning game Tuesday night, '
Braves' t pitching staff. I having lapses that cost me. In shading Detroit 4-3 in 10 innings.The .
"This is a matter of survivalfor other words, I've been doing Yanks had lost their first '
me," the 43-year-old great things that I know I shouldn't. four overtime games.
said after taking a cue from his But this has got to help me.
younger mates and blanking the "You know, this was the only, "It's a good thing we won it," :
New York Mets 6-0 on a four- team I hadn't shut out. I've had said Berra. "I was running out
hitter Tuesday for his 63rd Na awful luck against the Mets of players. We didn't have nobody I A -- '
tional League shutout."If even though I've won six of to play but we could have
the kids can keep going, eight; decisions from them. I've used Roger Maris or Tom Treshto .
we're going to have one helluva had shutouts going into the ninth] hit for a pitcher. I think 1. ,
pitching staff," Spahn added. inning and something would Mickey Mantle will be able to
"Right now this staff is the happen. Why! I even hurt my play in Washington."
toughest baseball. And I had arm against them one time. Odd Lineup-
better do my job." I Spahn, who walked two while Berra had an odd patched-up
Big Win striking out the same number; line-up on the field both at the .
Spahn's 352nd victory, which was helped to his whitewashjob start and finish. Tresh, Mantle .

evened his season record at 2-2, by the Braves' infield which and Maris were out with In- ON THE TEST TRACK CHAMP !*
was just what the.biggest left pulled off five double plays in juries. Hector Lopez played left '
handed winner in baseball history the first six innings. The total Jpe Pepitone shifted from first .
needed. It followed back- ell one shy of the National to center and Pedro Gonzalez ..
to-back two-hit victories by League record, shared by several played right. At the end he had .
southpaw Denny Lemaster, 25, clubs. Pepitone back on_ first, Archie
and right-hander Hank Fischer, I .
24, a five-hitter by Bob Sadow- .
ski, 26, and a one-hitter by Tony Tebbetts LeavesHospital WE WILL NOT BE

Cloninger, 23. UNDERSOLD OR .

"Those kids not only can OUTTRADEDLii "
throw, but they. know how to
pitch," Spahn said. "If I don't -
win'my 20, I could be in trouble Todaytack : S.

next year. And I intend to stick

around-as a starting" pitcher, TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Cleveland described his conditionlike . h
not hanger-on..
as a Indians Manager Birdie this "I .
Spahn, whose announced goal : can not run, '
Is 400 victories, pointed out that Tebbetts was to leave a Tucson to the nearest exit. !.' ,.

"at this point the hitters should hospital today after more than a
Despite his eagerness to get ..
month of convalescing from a
heart attack. back to the Tribe, _Tebbetts PAA w.
SPORTSMAN'S"PIGESTJte\ : said he was not worried about
"I've been reading in the papers the leaguejeading team being LIMITED TIME-AS LOW AS-. ..
that I'm through for the without its manager.He .
season, but I don't believe it," Yes, the same model Plymouth that beat Ford and Chev- ::
--......- said Tebbetts. who has been said acting manager
PLAY A HOOKED hospitalized since April J. George Strickland "is doing a $ rolet on test tracks around the country can be purchased

FJSH QUIETLY Tebbetts will go to the Mayo great job." right in our showroom. The tests were of "things you buy ..
v-n Clinic at Rochester, Minn., for
a complete physical examination Mixed Scotch I ? 9 6 a car for"-acceleration, handling, braking and economy. .:

and then to his home at Plymouth won the greatest number in all tests conducted. :

Anna Maria. Island, Fla., for a Foursome Set
long rest before returning to *At Plymouth's request, Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought the :
work. comparably equipped V-8s directly from dealer showrooms hired the drivers !
"I intend to convince the doctors -' At UniversityThere supplied the officials, made the rules and supervised the entire competition. ? i
that I can get back as See your Plymouth Dealer for details of "Test Track, U. S. A." ;

i c O' 00 -_. manager," said Tebbetts, still] will be a Mixed AFTER $199 DOWN .

r _- wearing a deep tan despite five Scotch foursome at the University -; ... .
1\\ -; weeks in the hospitalDr. Golf Club Sunday start' .

"t a Arthur Dudley, heart specialist ing at 2 p.m. The event is being PLYMOUY'H DEALER NOW -: .
:. c:;: o : said Tebbetts has been sponsored by the University SEE YOUR RED-HOT ...
making "a very satisfactory re of Florida Golf Association.This .
A GOOD FISH covery. is a best of two-ball tournament :
YOU FRlfiKTEN OTHER FISH BT "Any kind of a recovery is from men and
UNDUE NOISE. satisfactory," Tebbetts retorted. women, HAWES :
beginners and advanced play- POWERS MOTOR CO.
IN A STREAM, PLAY THE FISH Asked what he would do if the ers There will be competitionin
doctors ruled he could
QUIETLY AND WORK HIM TOWARD never return 9 and 18-hole.divisions.
YOU AS-SOON AS YOU' to the team, Tebbetts replied ..
CAN TO"AVOID HIS ALARMING "If I, don't go back to The event is to all interested :'
OTHER POSSIBLE TAKERS. open ,v' Plymouth Valiant Chrysler Imperial and Simca Sales and ,Service
BOATERS baseball, I'll be dead.." golfers at the University .

QUIETS KNOW BUT'OFTEN'FORGETrr ABOUT KEEPt46 Tebbetts, brought out in a of Florida. Entry fee is $1 204 N. MAIN ST. Open Evenings FR 2-2561

iwBt ptAyiNfl A FISH. wheelchair for his.. first news end there will be prizes for thedinners. : :
conference since the heart at- \ "



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f By MIKE RATHET The Cardinals jumped on Phil- With Dark protecting Mays' 8 INCH QQ 9 I INCH ,---
i Associated Press Sports Writer lies starter Jim Bunning for pulled leg muscle in the cold SIZE J.VO ,sZE| 2.75. '-'. ,. -
four: hits and both their runs in -
weather Matty Alou played '
"We' couldn't want him much the fifth inning. Johnny Lewis'leadoff EARLY ORDERS APPRECIATED
better said St. Louis Manager center field and came up with
double and
a single by R
III- College baseball, ever.growing in popularity, still is waiting Johnny Keane. "It means an Phil Gagliano produced one run. three hits. His brother, Jesus, O H

fin a decision that could give the sport a shot in the arm. awful"lot to us to have him Singles by Curt Flood and Bill collected two. Together they I

back. White then brought in the produced the decisive run in the _
; interested in to underwrite
Major league baseball clubs are a plan BAKE SHOP INC.
I .., Keane was talking about clincher. The loss was the fourth fifth when Jesus singled, stole <
the cost of summer leagues for college teams in a pitcher Ray Washburn, who straight for the Phillies. second and scored on Matty's GAINESVILLE Shopping Center

e move to try and fill the gap created by the death of so Tuesday night made his first single. Jack Sanford wasthe Open 7 am.7 p.m. Fridays a.m.-8 p.m.

r. many minor loops in recent years. start since returning from the winner with Bob Shaw's relief

minors and scattered seven I GSC TakesLoop help.
Naturally, the interest by the majors is selfish in that they Philadelphia hits before needing -- -
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figure it will help develop talent faster since the collegianswill ...'''.-.- -'' ..;-. .. ninth-inning relief help in the
play for a longer period of time. .ifMa7 WARREN SPAHN'itI: Cardinals' 2-1 victory over the Title

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has not made Fires Shutout Phillies. '
t been
t a decision on the plan. There would be no pay for the players Washburn has purposely Gainesville Shopping Center
1 brought along slowly by Keane, swept four points from B & G
who feels the righthander Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
young Motors last night at Palm Lane:I Ito :
BannisterCelebi'ates figures heavily in the Cardin-
win the second half Indus-

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.:, chances. A healthy Washburn half-point over Pepper PrintingCo.
I1. would give St. Louis a starting Pre-Season SaleSEAT
Ii which took four from Serv-
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Broglio, Bob Gibson Curt Sim-

10th YearLONDON mons and Roger Craig.To Kollie Brunelle of Piggie
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(AP) Dr. Roger Apparently, Keane's patienceis with a fine 669 set on FLORIDA
and ONLY Authorized Fedders'Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We .
e Bannister celebrated the 10th going to be rewarded. games of 252193224. His 252

naturally, or they would be pros. The majors propose to anniversary of his 3:59.4 mile Washburn had a two-hit shut- was high single. I Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners-

't organize the league with six or eight teams of college players -the first to break the four- out for six innings, but seemedto a first class unit with good prices.:

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As summer now operates, many finish Feed Mills, had 607 on 198-196-
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semi caliber around the country. Collegians
pro At San Francisco, meanwhile, 213.

summer jobs in plants or firms that sponsor teams in the now 34 and an em- Giants' Manager Al Dark tookan Shopping Center and P ig gie

,.i league. They work at their jobs play baseball at night or on inent specialist in nervous diseases extra precaution with Willie Park Restaurant, winner of the All units are Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered

weekends.In dined out at a post-mid- Mays, pulled him out of the First half, will roll off at 7 p.m. Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Price
night party with two men who of the cold Rating Amps Volts Ft. pts hr. of Unit
past years, Florida has had many of its baseball playersin line-up tomorrow at Palm Lanes Thermostat -
paced him to the world mark, weather and let the Alou brothers Controlled 4,5PO 8 115 250 1.5 109.88
these loops. Perry McGriff, for one, comes to mind. Also, for the loop championship.
Chris Chataway and Chris SOOO 8 115 290 1.7 128.97
and Jesus lead the
Matty ,
Al Lopez Jr. Piggie Park hit a fine 3117 1-2-3 Speed Fan,
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: 16,500 13.S 1,000 4.5 225.00
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ment. Brasher's a prominent New officers were elected for Delivery 1-Year
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college over raiding of players. newsman and television producer. -Spahn Mets 6-0 stopped with a the four-hitter New York for 1964-65. J. C. (Tiny) Miller will' Service Labor and on 5 Parts Years& 19:000: 13.6 230 1:160: 5.3 263.97

I At one time, it was hoped that the majors could put up the 63rd shutout of his career be president, Randy Brooks, Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75

the money various colleges to allow the schools to porvide I Every f1 ear vice president; and Merrill Parker Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S

scholarships for potential baseball players and finance their They meet every year on the secretary treasurer. The

education. The NCAA didn't go for this plan at all. mile anniversary. This year r annual banquet will be at 6:30

they made it something specialand p.m. next Tuesday at the Holi- LOWEST PRICES( LOW INSTALLATION COST

Incidentally the drive by one-time Florida State baseball took their wives along. day Inn.

coach Danny Litwhiler (now at Michigan State) to secure the Bannister said he expects to

regional NCAA playoff for Florida may not be too far away. see the mile record lowered to II HOUSTON Night Cam SAN FRANCISCO Hal Reniff, relief pitcher for Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50

FSU is working on lights for its field and if they are secured 3:45: but added: abrllbl abrllbl 10
the New York Yankees, w o.n MONTHS TO PAY-lOW FINANCE CHARGESWe
Kasko ss 5 0 0 0 J. Alou rf 4120
it expected the NCAA will jump at the chance "It will not be in the next 10 Fox 2t 4010 Hiller 2b 4010. only four decisions in 1963 but
.to move the playoff from rainy Gastonia N. C., to the years. It will come when runners Spangler If 4 0 2 0 M. Alou cf 4031 '
Bond rf 3010 McCovey Ib 4110 he was credited with 18 saves
Sunshine State. on the standard of Peter Aspro'nte 3b 4 1 1 0 Snider If 3020 Sell and Install J
Wynn cf 4000 cKuenn If 1000 for the American League
( B Boh Jr
I Snell and Herb Elliott meet in Staub Ib 4020 Hart 3b 3001 CentralAir nnon

Caught on the RunTwo an important race. dLillis Bateman e 4 0000 0 2 1 Haller Pagan ss c 4000 3000 champions.Traveling secretary Lou Niss Conditioningand U r

New Zealander Snell holds the Nottebart p 2 0 0 0 Sanford p 3050 mating, including all duct
aRunnels 0000 Shaw p 0000 of the New York Mets was work.
Gainesville bowlers honors in the
recently -
women won big
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Class B singles and Deane Yaun was. third in Class C sin- 1958 but retired from the track Totals 3511 Totals 33 210 2 Brooklyn Daily Eagle. --
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in 8tn; o-Kan for Bateman in 'in;
years in the state event. Physically Bannister seems e-Struck out for Hoerner In 9th.

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7th d-Sacrlflced for KIlpp-
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Jones-Johnson defeated Hills and Erwin, Poole. Zipperer.Kralick St. Louis 9. t2BMcCarver
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Guy Cleveland tallied its run R. Taylor 1 0 0 anO 0 0 '

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Harry Daugherty singled an Liz Elleman led the Florida Houston Farrell 3-0 at Los Angeles Drys- d 2 0 0 0 Torre Ib 4121

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the St. Louis Cardinals hit ..362against Juanita Fulmer 5-7; Mary Me- TODAY'S GAMES U 1-4 ..._.7 1-3 11 6 1 0 405 N.W. St.- FH.2-503Q
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jBunKer'Deceived' into Win'by Dave Woodie Morehead Held. picked up the

victory with a five-hitter, fan-

ning 10.
I By HAL BOCK Boston blanked Cleveland 4-0, gap for Detroit. Four straight ;and a first-pitch single by Bob-

Associated Press Sports Writer I Minnesota nd Chicago were hits put the Tigers on top in the,I by Richardson.Joe .

When wally Bunker noddedhis not scheduled. ninth and knocked out Ford.

I okay to eager Baltimore Whitey Ford was coastingwith Rallied Adcock slammed two

,Oriole scouts last summer and I a 2-0 lead through seven But New York rallied to tie it J home runs and Bobby Knoop hit

signed a $70,000 bonus contract innings when Dick McAuliffe's in their half and then won it in :one as the Angels ripped Kansas

with the Orioles, he probablynever eighth-inning homer closed the the 10th on Tony Kiebek's triple City. It snapped the Athletics'

: dreamed that he'd be de-! ,winning streak at three. I I/ft ,
kI &L A
; z. ceived into stardom.But Dean Chance saved it for tl

> Barry Latman who won his first t.I,1.
that's just what happenedto S i game for Los Angeles.
i the 19-year-old pitching prod- .
Eddie Bressoud stretched his
igy Tuesday when Manager
DETROIT NEW YORK LOS ANGELES KANSAS CITY J hitting streak to 16 straight
Hank Bauer sent him out to the
abrhbi abrbbi>> abrhbi>>
mound the Wert 3b 5010 Kubek SS 4210 Koppe ss 3111 Causey ss 5000 I I games in Boston's victory over
against Washington Lumpe 2b 5000 Rtch'dson 2b 5 0 21 Moran 3b' 5000 Green 2b 3000 I Cleveland. The Indians made it
Senators. Demeter cf 5 1 2 0 Lopez If 3001 Thomas rf 5011 Charles 3b 4020
Kahne rf 4110 Howard c 4010 Adcock Ib 3422 Gentile Ib 3110 I easy for the Red Sox, commit-
Horton If 4012 bLlnz cf 0100 Rodgers c 3100 Colavito rf 3010
The youngster hadn't worked Wood Ib 4010 Bright Ib 3010 Kirkpatfk If 4 1 2 2 Lau c 4020 ting five errors, three of them
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I since the Orioles' final exhibi- Freehan c 3010 Moore rf 0000 Simpson cf' 4100 aJimenez If 1 0 0 1
M'Auliffe ss 4 1 1 1 P'ifne cf-lb 4020 Latman p 2000 Mathews cf 3000 .
tion and Bauer told him
game Ayuirre p 1000 Gonzalez rf 3 1 1 0 Chanced 2000 Handrah'n p 2 0 0 0
he'd four five 'Thomas 1000 OBI'chard cOO 0 1 bBryan 1000
go just or innings
Sherry p 1000 Bayer 3b 3001 cWilliams 1000
against the Senators. After five Ford p 3000 Pfister 0000
Stafford p 0000 CWilliams
innings Bunker had allowed just Hamilton p 1000 Totals 35897 Totals 32 1000 1 t 1

GATOR C9ACH'EN ELLENSON EXAMINES CERTIFICATES one hit and Bauer was aboutas Totals a-Flied out 31313 for Aguirre Totals In 8th 34114; bRan b-Struck a-Hit sacrifice out for fly Handrahan for Reynolds in In ,6th tt';;

Solley (L) Hansen Sun All-Area Awards far from the bullpen for Howard in 9th; c-Struck out c-Safe on error for Pfister In 9th.
I Display away for Bright In 9th; d-Hit sacrifice fly' for

(Sun photo by Eddie Davis) phone as a manager could be. Gonzalez in 9th. Los Angeles ............... (20 101 121-1
Kansas City ............... >
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Win Detroit ............... 000 000 012 0-3 jII c'
Athletes First New York ............. 11. 000 001 1-4 (
in Spotlight -Gentile, Moran. PO-A-Los Angeles
27-8 Kansas City 27-,. DP-Koppe and
i Four innings later Bunker had E-Aguirre, Lumpe, McAuliffe. PO-A Adcock. LOB-Los Angeles 4. Kansas
his first major league victory Detroit 28-17, New York 30-M. one out City 9.
when winning run scored. LOB-Detroit Klrkpatrick, Charles. HR-Knoop, .
2-1 on a brilliant one-hitter and 6, New York 6. Adcock 2. SB-Charles, Simpson, Kirk-
2B-Wert, Kaiine. 3B-Kubek. HR-Me- Patrick, Knoop. SF-Jimenez.
1'' At PKY Sports Banquet Bauer another starter for his Auliffe. Aguirre. ,SF-Boyer, Blanch- IP H R ER 18 SO
ard. xLatman,
W 1.1 5 6 1 1 3 4
pitching rotation. IP H R ER Ba SO Chance .. 4 0 0 0 1 5
Aguirre .... 7 2 1 2 1 Handrahan, L'0.1 3. 4 3 5
Sherry, L, 2.1..00. 21-3 4 2 2 0 2 Pfister .,.......3 6 4 4 1 1
Athletes were in the spotlight Members of the football, basketball crown. Chuck Hinton managed Washington's xFord ..........8 I 3 3 0 6
hit off the Stafford ... .. 130 0 0 0 0 x-Faced 3 men In 6th.
last night at the Holiday J track and baseball The baseballers compiled a only young Hamilton W t-0 1230 0 0 0 1 U-Flaherty. Carrigan, Haller, Hurley.
in the fourth inning x-Faoed 4 men In 6th. T221. .
right-hander A8,153.WASHINGTON
Inn as P. K. Yonge climaxedone I teams were introduced and pre- fine 14-2 record behind the, HBP-By Ford (Freehan).WP-Aguirre.

of its brightest years in :sented silver emblems for their stout pitching of Robert when the Senators scored U-Honochick ley. T-2:35.,A-12,867.Salerno Valentine, AAcKfrt- BALTIMOREab ,

history with the annual a 11I I contributions.Lost Stearns. their run.Elsewhere. r h bi abrhbll
CLEVELAND BOSTON Brink'n ss 3100 Brandt cf 4010
sports banquet. Only One Sun Assistant Sports Editor in the American abrhbl abrhbl Blas'ame 2b 4 0 0 0 Aparklo ss 3010

Gene Ellenson, University of The PKY gridders lost onlyone Nis Nissen presented AllAreaand League, the New York Yan- Howser Davalillo ss cf 4010 4010 Schilling Bressoud 2b ss 3110 4110 Hinton King rf If 4010 2000 Siebern Robinson Ib 3b 2112 3110

i Florida defensive line coach, I game last season, endinga All-Scholastic awards in kees blew a lead in the ninth Wagner Whitfield If Ib 4000 4 0 1 0 Y'trze'ski Malzone cf 4 4110 1 2 1 Skowron Hunt cf Ib 3001 3000 aSnyder Powell If If 2000 0000 Don't
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was guest speaker at the afi'air'I. 10-year losing string. both football and basketball. inning but came back to nip the Azcue Francona c rf 4002 2000 Clinton Stuart rf 4000 4000Held Retzer Kennedy c 3b 3000 1000 Adair Bowens 2b rf 3000 3000

sponsored by the PKY Sports The basketball team posteda First Team Detroit Tigers 4-3 in 10 innings; 2b 3000 Conigliaro.. 14010 bValentine 1000 Orsino c 3020
Kelley p 0000 Til';: n c 3 0 1 1 Zimmer 3b 0000 Bunker
and Band Boosters Club. Rev i winning season, the track Leading the All-Area football t Los Angeles stole some of Kan- ibLuptow 1000 Morehead p3000 Hannan p 2000 p I a 1 get your

Thaxton Springfield, minister of :squad was co-champion in the players were guard George. sas City's home run thunder and Alvis Abernathy 3b p 4020 0 0 0 0 cPhilhps Koplitz p 0000 1000 IJ

the Wesley Methodist Church, ]Keystone Conference and the Solley and fullback Tom Hansen whacked the Athletics 8-1 and aBrown Ramos p 2b" 1000 1000 Totals a-Ran' for 271 Powell 1 1 Totals In 7th; b-25:'opedout 2 I 2 moneyin

was master of ceremonies. I baseball nine won the Keystone both selected to the first Totals 32 I 5. Totals 33 41 1a for Kennedy in 8th; Grounded out
-Walked for Ramos in 7th; bStruckout for Hannan in 8th.
team. Solley also was named for Kelley in 8th. by

Little All-State and honorable Cleveland .....,........ 000 000 000-0 Washington ... ....,.,.. ooo 100 000-1
Placed Major Boston ..............." 100 120 OOx-4 Baltimore ....."......... 000 000 Mx2
Dupree mention All-America. J
E-Held 3. Wagner. Kelley. PO-A the 20th
Other All-Area football stars Cleveland 2+7, Boston 278. DP-Brown.Hov E-Zlmmer. PO-A-Washington 2413
:: er and Whitfield. LOB Cleveland' 10. Baltimore. 27-11. lOB-Washington 2-
I were Tony and Harold Trujillo LeadersAMERICAN I Boston 6.2BWhitfield. Baltimore 2.2BApariclo..

both on the second team; Bressoud..Alvis.IP H R ER II SO bern. S-Bunker. HR-Siebern. SB-Sle- Earn profits I
In Class Ramos L, 1-1 .... 6 7 4 2 0 4
High Joe Reames, third team; and LEAGUE Kelley .......... 1 0 II 0 1 0 Hannan L. 0.1 ... 7 4 2 ERBBSO 2 2 5
Ronnie Greer Steve Tuttle Los Angeles Abernathy ........ 1 0 0 0 0 1 Koplitz .1 2 0 0
Batting 35 at bats Fregosi 1
from the 1st
.423; Freehan. Detroit. .421 Morehead W 1-2' 5 0 0 5 10 Bunker W;1-0 ::. 1 1 1 g 4 ... r
I Tom Newberry, Steve Twedell, U Honochick Runge, Smith, Kinnai- U-Paparella, Drummond, Umont, Di-
.Florida head football coach"Ray ,back in conference history to Runs Rollins, Minnesota 18; Oliva mon. T-2:23. A-2,6.C8. Muro. T-1:59. A-4,599.
Tommy Stalnaker and John Minnesota 17.
Graves is ready to put sta, I earn all SEC honors three Runs batted In Wagner, Cleveland
Drummond all honorable
fullback Larry Dupree in some times. Dupree is a two time men- 19 Hits; Colavito- Oliva.Kansas Minnesota.City 15.32; Bressoud. i Visibility To Hem? --I 1

mighty fast company. I unanimous choice on this honor tion.AllScholastic foot bailers Boston and Rollins. Minnesota 25. .

"Dupree is the best runner squad. were Ricky Waglow, Charles Detroit.Doubles 6Triples .- Bressoud Boston, and Wert NEW YORK (AP-Will visi- President father did the job Pardon us for tooting our J

I've "ever seen in college foot I Three time all conferencemen Ray, Lee Chotas, Jerry Sny- and Versalles- Hinton, Minnesota.Washington 3. 4; Oliva bility improve the New York May 24, 1935. own horn but we think this is

ball, says Graves. "T a king are Shorty MeW illiams of der, Tuttle, Solley and N e w- Home runs Colavito, Kansas City Mets? I
everything into consideration berry. 8; Allison Minnesota 6. Probably not, but the Mets are The Cincinnati park was lighted a harmonious idea. Visit us now ,

including power and broken Mississippi State (19464748)( ) Named to the All-Area bas- 8;Stolen Davalillo bases and- Aparlacio Wagner, Baltimore.Cleveland, going to try. They will play with eight towers containing
and Harry Gilmer of Alabama and Charles Kansas City 4. I their 616 bulbs, for the 1935 inaugural. or use the mails.
first in their
field ability, there are only night game
ketball squad were Ronnie Pitching McNally and Stock, Baltimore I
((1945 46-47)) McWilliams also The
Lamabe and Radatz Boston Don- Shea Stadium lamps were about 1,500
two other backs I'd put in Dupree's ; ; new Wednesday
Greer second team and Chic
made all-conference fresh- ; ovan and Kralick, Cleveland; Chance, Los
as a each for
.. a total of about
night against the Cincinnati
class. ,
I Angeles and Narum Wayhington 2-0.
Hinton Johnston and
man in 1944.Graves Covey 1.000. Reds-who started the whole one million watts. First }itderal !
Butler of Strikeouts Pena, Kansas 29
'They are Johnny Robert Stearns, all honorable City ;
isn't certain aboutFlorida's Shea Stadium
Kaat, Minnesota 21.NATIONAL. business of getting the baseball has only two
Tennessee (late :30s, 1940)), ar. mention.
Leon .. possibilities! for 1864, LEAGUE troops out of the hot sun, backin light towers. The other lightsare savings & loan associationof
Hardeman of. Georgia
but he is positive about Dupree. Cage Stars 1935. hung on the rim of the roof.
Techjearl.Y..Osl.." _. Batting 35 at bats Mays. San Francisco Gainesville
.468; Stargell Pittsburgh .373. And the Mets are going to are 1,600 bulbs-half of
Jupree; a near unanimo u s Last Season All-Scholastic cage selectionswere Runs Mays. San Francisco 22; Wil them
(liams. Chicago; Aaron Milwaukee; Cle- have twice as much light, whichis mercury and half quartz, MIMIEI FEOKAl SAVINGS
choice as captain of the 196" "Last season he gained 745 Snyder, John Wiegmanand mente St. Louis.Pittsburgh 13. and Boyer and White I not a bad idea since they are giving both brilliant and soft A lOAN INSUIANCC COIrOIATIONKBtlAl

Florida football team, also yards on a bad knee, sick with Bill Feaster. i Runs. batted in Mays San Francisco back in the cellar again. light-in the Shea Stadium sys- HOME LOAN lANK SYSTEM
stands a good chance of jo'-;n'T Ellenson spoke only briefly 25; Williams Chicago; Starg e I 11, in tem, and they provide about two 249 W., UNIVERSITY
pneumonia and having a personal Pittsburgh and Boyer St. Louis 15. The lights the new park will 4!% AYf. AT 311)
tfie elite of SEC football next about Florida football, saying, Hits Mays. San Francisco 29; Cle- million watts.
tragedy the week of the mente. Pittsburgh 28 be turned on in ceremony just : ST.AND 4TH AVE.
Geor-I "Six out of our first seven op- Doubles Clemenfe Pittsburgh 8; before the game starts. Chief That may still not be enoughto -15.4 iaea F&67331fnY .
gia Cardenas, ,
fall.He game says Cincinnati and Stargell Pittsburgh
may well become the thin "That's an outstanding season S.I ponents next season played in 7.Triples. button pusher will be FranklinD. make the Mets look good.
bowl and the other three Santo. Chicago 3; Eight
games, Roosevelt Jr. now assistant
I for any back and a healthy Du-! tied with 2. ,
(FSU, Miami and Georgia) hate Home runs -Mays. San Francisco 10; secretary of commerce, whose
pree this fall will top anything Howard. Los Angeles 8.
JBcmictt Goes:: us. Stolen bases Willis Los Angeles 8;
'ae's yet done. I Harper. Chicago and W. Davis Los An-

t I Dupree will play fullback and four Ellenson things also he pointed believes out are geles Pitching,. Marlchat San Francisco NOW OPEN I CHUCKHOLE f lE .,.
l CityI halfback for the Gators in 1964,I 4-0, 1.000; Farrell, Houston; Fikcher Mil
To Lake learned through participating in waukee and Shaw, San Francisco, 3-0. 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Graves added, switching to half-! Strikeouts Bunning Philadelphia
athletics: "Discipline, courage, and Marichat, San Francisco 31. ALL YOUR FAVORITE
back on the "Go Team" at Stolen bases Wills Los
Angeles 8; BRANDS
giving' and competitive great- Harper Chicago. and W. Davis Los Angeles DAMAGE
Jr. College I times. ness." 6. .Liquors Wines _

Joe Fields, basketball coach Lauderdale Wins Beer

and athletic director at Lak i India Loses A major league team is per- FREE DELIVERY Can make steeringdifficult.driving
City Junior College, announce:"I mitted to open its regular sea-

this week the signing of Dennr: III CricketThe Fort Lauderdale scored a 3-2 son with a roster of 28 players.The PAUL'S unsafe.
Beach I I I -
victory Daytona ,
over ,
Bennett, 6-2 guard from Crus roster must be reduced to Store __
and within half Package
a gameof
basketball 25 men 30 days after the season
City to a granHn'l Commonwealth team beat first place. opens. 1318 E. University An.I and I cause unnecessary

fid. India 65-57 in a cricket matchat Bob Cantrell accounted for

iiiiiiiiniiiiagr nimiimiiiiiii Bennett hs-! Fleming Field last Saturdayas four of Fort Lauderdale's 13 I These ALLSTATE Can tire wear -; :
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,een a sir c: I the match was played in a hits. George Hulett hit a homer I .
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.. Patricka's India scored its 57 runs in the Len Farello singled in the win-; '" ;: W. ...::: .
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i r. i Bears for the first inning all out. Stan Etch- ning run as Miami edged Orlando [ i
j;, 32. He drove in Bill Car- I "" Top Quality Drive In
past threeR. ell's slow deliveries took five today., get a
Protection This Week
Di ;. of 18 negie, who had singled. Tommy "I' 1 .
t He averaged wickets at a cost only
.M Thompson hit three singles anda I ( --r: ;;
a fabulous runs. Vince Morton and Leo I! ., Low Cost
"Dennis Bennett
double for Orlando. I ems Tirttone '
24 points per game this Collins took the other wickets. Wendell Backus held St. Pet- ., Call ONLY
season. Dineash Nayah scored 30 runs I 'I FR 2-8461
ersburg to four hits as Tampa M
,Dennis has been All.Conference for India. I Chartes Whitney John Benyo Ron Hendenoll
triumphed 4-0. Tampa scored
for three years. All- Collins scored 39 runs, not two in the first and two in the "Your In Good Hands With ALLSTATE" FRONT END t. /

Area two years and made hon- out, and Neil Morgan 13 f or fourth. j FOUNDED BY SEARS HOME OFFICE SKOKIE. ILL

orable mention All-Americathis Commonwealth at a cost of only

year. two wickets. Collins' winning ALIGNMENTIYf55Our

Fields said, "Dennis was the hit, against the wind, landed : I

best college prospect in this halfway across the tennis courts

part of the state. We are fortunate It was good for six. expert mechanics use precision : 1
alignment equipment to correct caster, I
that he chose our school.I Another match at 2 p.m. Sat Any
camber and toe-in. We also adjust steering. J
that with his will pit a British Isles t American
am sure size urday Replacement parts extra,if needed.
and shooting ability, he wiU give team to challenge all comers. II! Car

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J j to a baseball which will be givento
Fiilbriglit .. Freeman Sees DangersIn Sclerosis the volunteer worker who obtains
In Outer Astronaut
Space the largest number of con

Says Mail tf Marketing Revolution Drive OnWASHINGTON tributors in the fund campaign.The .

baseball also bears the

[May Get Dish-Pan Hands Is FavorableLONDON WASHINGTON CAP) Secre- stores now do two-thirds of the (AP) Presi- signatures of the late President
tary of Agriculture Orville L. business. dent Johnson, launching the annul John F. Kennedy and former

, / (AP) -S en. J. W. Freeman said Tuesday there is campaign for funds of the Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower -

t Nrm Wn 'k Lttltrtlr A liquid coolant system will long duration missions. But Fulbright, D-Ark., said today his a concealed time bomb ticking "all These characterized new techniques by an over-are National Multiple Scerosis Society bert, Harry S. Truman and Her-

i fr By RICHARD WITKIN be installed either as a com- there is a big inherent disadvantage -mail is running 4-1 in support of away in the "marketing revolu- whelming disparity of bargaining Tuesday, urged all Americans Hoover.

1 NEW YORK In the glam- plete replacement for, or addition in cooling by air; per- a Senate speech in which he tion" that threatens to "tear ," Freeman said. ,
orous world .of the astronaut, to, the air coolant system spiration by the astronaut is a criticized U.S. government. pol- and distort the economic and social power to support efforts, to find MA I IILJJMtIE

there is many an unglamorous used for space flight up to now. key link in the process. icy on Cuba. patterns of our society." He added, "The growth of the the cause and cure of the crippling o 0

I problem perspiration and A liquid system will be man- Air circulated oyer the body This was his call March 25 for Freeman told the House Agri- food industry which would be disease.

dishpan hands, for instance.A datory during the time an as- evaporates and carries away acceptance of Fidel Castro's culture .Committee not enoughis closely integrated from produc- uWe.cannot rest in this coun- Business
tronaut is outside his ,capsule retail outlook could O
space pilot can come home perspiration produced wheany n i Communist regime. He urged known about the "marketing tion to try until we conquer it," John
from a mission looking as exploring the moon. It is then work is performed. It is abandonment of the American revolution" and the forces that virtually eliminate open trading son said. 0 Auto
he had that he will exert himself the it has failed" altogether. Carried to the ulti. ,
though spent a long dayon this removal of perspirationthat boycott "because
KP in a Mississippi mess most and produce the most cools the astronaut's body. and ruled out two alternatives-: are shaping it. mate, it could reduce the farmer He spoke In the White House k4.1tJ.: Home

kitchen in midJuly.The body heat.Removal. invasion and blockade-on the To "de-fuse" the time bomb, to the status of a hired em- flower garden before officials of I 3 0 Uf.

problem has not been I of this amount of The trouble is that, over an ground they would entail he proposed something new in ploye. ." the society headed by Chairman' 215 N.!.
serious on Mercury earth-orbit heat has recently been foundto extended period, this amountof dangers of nuclear war. government independentfact This kind of setup, he s aid i William C. Breed Jr., of New' .* 1st Street

flights because they were rela- I be well beyond the capacityof perspiration has harmful "The volume of letters is bet finding National Commis- could lead to "supply manage- York. I' FR 2-3S7
tively short in duration and the the type of air-coolant equipment effects on a person's skin. II, sion on Food and Marketing to ment of our food by privatecorporations Johnson added his
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physical activity of the astro- I initially contemplated is akin to what soap commer- yond anything be made up of five senators, for private gain.
nauts was limited. I for the moon-exploration por- cials refer to as dishpan hands. experience, Fulbrighttold five House members, and five 'Should that happen, let the con-I

But after studying the limit- tion of the lunar journey.But After a long enough period, newsmen. "It-the speech- public members named by the sumer beware."
ed Mercury difficulties and this is not the only rea- flight surgeons say, the skin provoked a lot of comment... President. A Senate committee has com- RONCO OFFERS YOU BIG SAVINGSON

making some laboratory tests, son for the switch that may seta might break down and become that was the objective. 'Freeman said the marketing pleted hearings on the proposed

space agency officials have decided fashion for all advanced infected. "Cuba is a more sensitive revolution involves "the rise of commission and food store in- a ALUMINUM
on a major re-design of advanced space missions.It subject than I had thought. It is mass buyers," and added that dustry spokesmen have endorsed -
None of the four astronautswho
the space suit astronauts will I might well be possible to a matter of great emotional 10 per cent of the nation's food the measure. MADE BY MIRRO

1 use for the project Apollo lunar .develop air coolant systems flew Mercury earth-orbit concern as well as political and
expedition.The with adequate capacity for flights had any serious troubleof military concern." I Dine With Your Gracious Host
this kind. But the postflightcondition Fulbright added that as longas T COMPLETE LUNCHEON I

of Maj. L. Gordon the Castro regime continues! :GRROW'S finished with

New AstroiautsItching Cooper, .Jr., provided a good subversion of its neighbors, he,. o Du PontTEFIHN
indication of the potential haz-
does not think the United States .Jl.
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should trade with Cuba. With
34-hour flight was much the ... Tossed
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GOHOUSTON longest of the Mercury flights. ;. Salad
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The Air Force pilot performed p & Butter
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Tex. '(AP) The Fourteen were named at that I the flight. But he ended up a Your Second CJP of Coffee or Iced Tea SAUTE PAN ,__
fledgling group of astronautshas time. [wet rag. + G, Is Always FREE. (illustrated) I SPACHETTI 1Fl.lsh.d
reached the halfway markin They started training Feb. 1 Melon"Ttflon.1.Ht P.rtae chef- I
classroom training and mostof and Donald K. Slayton, chief of I The official report gives this : styled sloped sides I USE. THIS HANDY ORQER FORM Idl. !
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them are itching to get start- astronaut training, said book I description of how he looked .. preof plasffe .I Mail to:RONCO TEFLON OFFER I
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space suit in the sick bay $150 Ple*>.send m e(chick boa"for item warded). 1
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Donn F. Eisele, 33, a aboard the recovery carrier MI N mil CAFETERIA; Only I O -ta. Saute Pan $1.M O t-4t Sauce Pa* $US I
Columbus Ohio native said July. r = .od 2 Ronco Ubels! I Q 1o-ln.Square Crtddl $3.t>0EnHoMd II
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1 "I'll be glad to get this over. the training usually associatedwith "During de-suiting, It was Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m. tor.aclt utwitil erds.d.I undtrtt**it will wouira,p, I
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astronauts--dizzy on 1212 North Main Street II
to work. Classroom work is 2Sad 1 Ptene print 1M fodowtag InJonuOoo deejfeAddreu
I j a centrifuge at Johnstown, Pa., soaking wet, presumably with | I
t sort of passive and I would like weightlessness flight in a KC135 perspiration.> His hands had GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir 2 koaco .Uberi I ItanM 1I

to be more active." the white wrinkled Conditioned 0 Open Daily & Sunday IlO1A
I airplane and desert and tropical appearance in. SQUARE I I
characteristic of prolonged sub- Free Parking eJlf Stat-' 71.CocM-
survival training. I
Capt. William A. Anders, one 1 GRIDDLE *
;I of the few astronauts who was Also to be included in the rig- mersion in water.. He com- Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491 3000rdH. nool This efftr tni. August M,9t.1M.r taU !
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not a test pilot, said he was id schedule are ejection ,seat plained of being thirsty and his I J'L
I looking forward to spaceship rides, helicopter training, para- voice was dry and hoarse."

training, too. I chute jumping, and hours and
hours of studying Gemini and
Both men were stationed at i:
Apollo spacecrafts. ,
Kirtland Air Force Base, Albu- Because this group Is generally y4w

querque, N.M., at the time of given the best chance to be

their selection last Oct. 18. first to the moon, classroom

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-Quadruplets were born Tuesday atmosphere and space 12, med- f, :

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k What'i your problem? For a aerl *"- rif

Play: It Straight reply, write to Abby Box 3365 ;J !! C ylMq fjl .) "'" n
Beverly Hills Calif. 90212. '.t---

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DEAR ABBY: We were married 14 years and-I never DEAR ANNOYED: Aw c'mon. Ingrained responses aren't IS WELCOME UM HAPPY > KICKAPOO JUICEyO' iOWORPI'eOUl NO J085T0 EXHAlJSr; LIKE /O'-IT"U.BE'THE > JJDJaN .
dreamed that anything was wrong with our marriage. Sud- easily changed. Surely you can find something other than JOY JUICE:! [)OIJ'T NEED USAN'OO FUTURE KICKAPOO I JON JUICE

denly my husband started to take an interest, in poker. Last your friends' generosity to "annoy" you. NOTHIN-l.1SrJ! 70 FEAR.!' IS ILLEGAL.n. AH HAS

March he went to a poker game that lasted all week. At .> & OKaJ l!!
DEAR ABBY: If that 16-year-old girl whose drinking father
the end of the week, a woman called me three times in one
"in love" hocked her boy friend's ring, wants to get the ring back, all
that she and my were
day telling me
divorce. I she has to do is go to the pawn shop and demand it. If ,2 ,
and he didn't have the nerve to ask me for a
he would have to they do'not deliver up the ring, she can get the cooperationof :Q
told her if husband wanted a
my the police in stolen her father DID <
recovering property (
ask me for it. He still hasn't asked me, and I am keepingmy
mouth shut. But he still "plays poker" all night twice a help himself to the ring, she stated.) Otherwise, she can -J

week. I am 33, she is 29 and my husband is 35. If he (through a lawyer) replevy the ring' by legal process. It all ....,. i -L aver.

gets up the nerve to ask me for a divorce, it will tear up depends on how far the girl wants to go in making things ;' 6." ZSTHtSTHE.WDQPAGREATAMEKlCANiNSTmiTKN?

two lists of children. Ours are 5, 7, 10, and 12. Hers are uncomfortable for her father. In my book, anyone who hocks -
4,3, and 10 months old. What should I do?
WAITING property he does not own is no better than a common thief. VE GOT ONE LEND METWODOLLERS WENTVORE t,

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DEAR WAITING: Get some counseling from either your A FRIEND ME!!

;:'clergyman or your family service association and try to put DEAR ABBY: I agree with your answer to "PUNISHED H t IN 1 TH' WORLD.

your marriage back on the track. Find out why it became ENOUGH." Twice I've had to call my parents because I was SNUFFY'J l et

necessary for your: husband to seek female companionship going to be home later than I said I would, and it sure 7FeEO
elsewhere. You may not like what. you learn, but it could helped to give them confidence in me. One night I ended era

save your marriage. Good luck. up an hour and a half late, because of car trouble. But just l I
C because I called home and told them, they weren't even mad! >c.

: DEAR ABBY: When I had my marriage announcements I shudder to think of what would have happened if I hadn't J ty
"-printed, I had the following message placed at the bottom: called them. .r 7.

PLEASE-NO GIFTS! I did it for three very good reasons: DIME-A-TIME ::> moo.

((1)) I do not need anything. ((2)) I have no room in my small z lS

apartment to store anything. (3)) I have no time to write CONFIDENTIAL TO "J" IN WEST L. A.: Don't lend her "I) l 5.b

..""thank you notes." In spite of this, the gifts poured in. anymore: money until you find out what she is doing with it. .----
Why can't people be more considerate and oblige? Anyone as desperate for cash as she appears to be could be ES.WE
ANNOYEDr supporting a .very bad (and possibly- dangerous- ) habit. S.' MOTHER. J AND SPEAK. OUB LEARNEDLANGUAGE TV PROGRAMS,ALTHOUGH
tee. 10:25 O D News \ EARTH CMJRS.
':30 O Dick Van Dyke TAKING
10:30 Q D Word For Word PLACE. .
O At Issue I \ % c & A i
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"Cold Hands, Warm Price Is Right .I't' )5_
Heart." The mail con- 11:30 O CD Missing Links ; i 7IOts I
tains a surprise for housewife O Pete and Gladys ?

Lillian MarneH. A O Eighth Grade Science ..r. zt a

'.. hotel has "returned" a 12:00 O Love of Life

-- compact, but Lillian O O First Impression FM .ny.rYaQ \
hasn't been out of town O High School Chemistry _

lately. Starke: Ralph Bel- 12:25 O News 1'III

lamy. Graham: Jack 12:30 O D Truth or
WEDNESDAY EVENING luck: First he finds a Ging.
cache of in a cave, O Danny Kaye Variety ConsequencesO C SHE CALLED J VN THEN YOU'D BETTER STITF I THINK MISS STANDLY TOOK CARE OFITfA '
I 5:00 O Gallant Men -Drama money Search for Tomorrow AND SAID < CALL JNONEOF THE; ArMC STAN DCf TOOK NO ONE TAKES CARE OF ANYTHING
and then his long-lost 11:00 O O News, Weather, 12:45 O Guiding Light WHEREMY SHE'D DELAYED TYPISTS1WANTTODICTATE CARE OF THAT.,. AROUND HERE BUT ME...
: Q Best Of Groucho brother Johnny shows up >(D (Color) News, O Visiting Spanish 0AUGHTERTH1S' MR.5TANDLYl5HEtLe\ A LETTER TO HOMER STANDLY/WINTERS,
: 5:25 O Moments in Sports at the ranch. Virginian: Sports, Weather Neighbors ? OUTFIT/

5:30 O Newscope James Drury. Randy: 11:25 O Movie 12:55 Q O News i I bfia .. kl.: 1l3 .

: 5:55 O Local News, Weather Randy Boone. Betsy: Roberta 11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 1:00 Q News 1t r .Ye i
2; And Sports Shore. Steve: Gary (Color) O Local News zo 7 r iIt v' 0i

6:00 O News, Sports, Weather Clarke.O THURSDAY O Midday s E ;
O Sunshine Almanac CBS Reports"De 6:00 O Sunrise Semester 1:05 D( Match Game : J'

':15 O Local News Gaulle: The Challenge 6:10 Q Continental Classroom 1:15 O Focus IIo-C!! kr
Z 6:30 O B News Huntley, ," the concluding report American Government O Elementary Spanish d 4

Brinkley on the French President 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac 1:30 Q Science uw I
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O News Walter Tonight's report be- 6:30 Q World Civilization D Ernie Ford

Cronkite gins with 1958 and the O Pastors Study O As The World Turns r N M
O The Big Picture establishment of the Fifth 6:33 O Sunshine Almanac 2:00 O D Let's Make A Deal --.

., 1:00 O Biography Republic. 6:40 O Living Words O Password WHEN ARE VDU GOING TO A 1 iJXURY BECOMES HOW CAN A rI -
Documentary 6:45 D Hi, Neighbor (Color) 2:25 GO News 111 II LEARN THE, DIFFERENCE A NECESSITY FELLOWTHAT ANSWER
\. : The life of Theodore O What's New 6:50 O Farm and Home 2:30 O House Party BETWEEN A LUXURY" WHEN 'YOU CAf4 ?
Roosevelt, America's 26th 8:00 O Marketing on the 7:00 Q D Today O D Doctors ;
President, as well as Move O News, Weather 3:00 Q (D Loretta Young HAT: IKNOWrTALREADY

statesman, explorer, sol "How Effective are Mail 7:05 O Ranger Hal 0-To Tell The Truth a.1I fit
dier and rancher, is traced Order and Telephone 7:50 O News 3:25 O News 1

by narrator Mike Wal- Selling." 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo 3:30 O (D You Don't Say P3 -
lace. 8:30 Donna Reed Show 8:40 Q Americanism vs. Communism O Edge Of Night t.J
O Deputy 4:00 Q Match GameD 1l '

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D Wanted Dead or Alive O Jazz Casual 9:00 O Divorce Court Secret Storm I >

O Sing Hi-Sing Lo "Bola Sete." Influence of 9:30 O People Are Funny Popeye's Pals ki w.

7:15 O The Friendly Giant Brazilian Jazz on American D Jack La Lanne 1:25 Q News o

7:30 O The Virginian Jazz. 9:55 O Sen. George Smathers 4:30 O Burns and AHea Tr.Nis.

(Color) "A Man Called 9:00 Q Espionage 10:00 O Say When O Huckleberry Hound = 5 b ..
Kane." It seems that O Beverly Hillbillies O News CD Movie

Randy's run into some D Democratic Commit- CD Waldo Norris "The Sky's The Limit." tom, _
Russell Baker THIS gE, fNETHEN !

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:= WASHINGTON The other called up and protested the bill, would automatically be put I in good condition.:' <

day we received in the mail a we were informed that they had down for a subscription.We I "Do you mean to say if some- ....

I magazine we did not subscribe sent us a :letter the previous threw the magazine in the 'one sends me a magazine I r sy

:3o. We also received a bill from month telling us that if theydidnt't corner with about 100 other 'I can't look at it, but I have to ''pOYOU
items we had been sent with- keep it in case he comes back P20T STTbTH; Y WEAR \TtiB HIGH< THE ESP ADVISERS WATCH T\p WE DO NOT IP WEPO
favorite credit card hear from us saying we \THINK We
for the magazine. When we didn't want the magazine we out our permission, including for it? I .J. ANr:1MINNIE : To TH: TOWN WAR5FuKEN.I .' ONTO THE PLAIN COMMAND WITS THE CNTTS COIW1ET
books, records, license plates, I 'Yes, that's the law. Of course I II Z b 60 HALL' .4 PAJNT.'Aw -'G0! ACROSS THc RJVER..THSN THE STUPID NATIVES Trlc' U.S. JD65 IN
dolls, bird cages and you can charge him a storage O I LACE 10VILLAGE l = THEMOSIS THERCRYBATTtRIN5 HAYS ABANDONED PE LOB3NO \ ESKIMO
Christmas cards. !fee. After all, you are keeping -.. / HE 14 TO STOP THEM... THERETO COLcW
r Bcr Our wife, who is nervous by the magazine for him, and it is 1 WAKN1N0 D00R5. THE 'INVASION'- PHOTOGRAPH ?
PULER nature, said, "You've got to taking up space. The more z I THE PEOPLE THEM
: send it back. magazines you keep for him the J VA$10M 19-

SILAGE STY IRA STOLEACROSS ELI "Who says so?" higher the storage fee you can U :&I. ON... :! j rt

2 5.Uncanny AMISH ACE "They do." charge. Why don't you send 'j
\ 1.Tree of tie 26.Affection "That's how much you know.I them a bill now?" : .
.: 27.Nook S P 0 R E PIS T 0 11 I s
b1rchfanilly didn't ask for their junk and "What worries me though is
6.Goal 29.Items ofbusiness f:: 0 E. N E. S P E. N P r wf
I'm not going to spend the post- if I don't pay for the subscrip!
10.Riled withInterstices A P A TRAP A I
31.From URN A W A E. w L age to send it back to them." tion, they'll mark me down as a c ; yr ti )i
32.Through "I'm afraid." lousy credit risk." len
12.Difficulty E
S LIE: R E N A M l.
IlS. 33.Spoken "They want to be afraid. "Good then
Emigrate you
H A N 0 I NS I B V L S you can use
'-14.Port ofPalestine 35.Tap. They count on it.. They're sell- for slander. If you didn't order
".15.Businessgetiers admiral38.Share ing by fear," we said. something and you refuse to pay Ip.4 AND A k ) AI4D DIDN'T I TELL R tST EASY

a.- "0.FIredog ,SOLUTION YESTERDAYS PUZZLE "I know we're doing some- for it, they can't very easily say Ii 1 BIT MO25 A FEw Ytt1 TO CLEAN! S ON A FULL
:)6.Cupel 42.And others! DOWN 6.Assam hll! thing wrong. I'm not sure whatit your credit is bad." STILL A Lime ICE CHIPS OPPTUATfl STOMAC4DcSiC' /
18.Citizen: Lau 1.Parched tribe is, but we keep getting bills!, The lawyer said that one of i (V SODA POP LEFT CREAM {
...* mfikIi9. 43.Thirteen to 2.Undu1..Foments from all those companies and the biggest rackets was com- IMTUAT 8OTTLE t i z
.You and I nineteen pinnings 8.Trench, one day somebody is going to panies' sending out trinkets un-1< 5 t
20.Arterial 44.Care for 3.ClIck beetle weapons drive 1 f / I
up a police van and der some foundation name and
45.Alkaline 4. 9.Aaamar: =
22.Situated at Overjoy .a {
take all ,
*T the back mineral 5.Value 10.Chalice us away. indicating that the proceeds otl
11.Second In order to calm her we call- went to charity. "About 30 percent
W".I.II L J 4 S // / r: 1 14. selling'Vh led, up a distinguished Washington '' goes for charity, the rest a .h 0 !
/ 17.For ,'' lawyer, and, after being assured goes into the pockets of the

.: I' -/I : : .,I. .19.Slnginbird ( that he wouldn't charge': sponsors. The whole business L

'. 14 21.Shoal us for the advice we demandedto would collapse if people refused
13 22.Office ol know our legal rights in regards to pay for the product and refused -= _

,. W m li 11 / 7T : Venetian to unsolicited gifts. I to send it back."
V./: magistrate "What do you do when some-, "Of course," he said, "I go -
: /') 'u '// 19 to ZJ var. body sends you something you, one step further. When I wantto HE WAS KILLED TONIGHT!APPARENTLY EXPECT THAT SETTLES ] NOT EXACTLY UBJ-
tt tj H ti S 24.Bib. pay get even with someone who ..PIP YOU FINDS JUD6E! PLUNGE INTO A RAVINE AND FO AILJUDGE! WE COURTS CLEAR
'l t'l'h mountain ment for it or return of the has sent me something I didn't lUL FARHN6TON? ON HIGHWAY 40! USA MAfrate NAME

ZI V.I:1: t0 26.Loose fia, product?" I ask for I take the business reply -
.I. 28.More Indifferent "Nothing. You don't have to card or envelope which fi
: It 30 f'l'.I: 31 '// 1Z send it back. Nor do haveto 'No
7 V ,j; 30.Accompl: you says, Postage Stamp Neces- i
for it. Of course If Mailed In the U.S.:
s* 33 f ,s Ji "t 34. Dillseed pay you sary and
35.Persia can't use it If you did, that paste it on the largest and heav- -
: Jf 'I TF* fi 36. Roma would mean you agreed to buyit. iest package the ost Office will t [- .:

1'1 garment ." permit, and s": it back to the
: l 37.Single "Can I throw it away?" company. By ligation they ,.
- 39.Olden "You can after a reasonable have to f ',
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: : : 'h time:p< mount of time. But it is your the package. know it's a 5Ts -
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Gone With Off the Senate floor, Democratic Notice of. A-ptfe* '**for Tex Deed
NOTICE OF SALE Sec. lt4.it F.S. -
I l Senate Faces 1st Civil Rights Vote and Republican leaders NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that

) Os e.rh' continue a series of meetings'To:Johnnie JOHN Little DAVID LITTLE the mos.following 0.! & Jayne certificates G. Naff has the filed holder said of

with Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy 3627 SW 34th Place certificates for a tax deed to be Issued
Gainesville FLA. thereon. The certificate numbers and
.NEW: YORK,"(AP)'- Charles ,WASHINGTON (AP) After one vote would be taken, pro}: But he pointed out there is nc accompany him.It which may have much to years of Issuance the description ofthe

h' Tfiorley'sdream for immortality 49 days of talk in the civil ably late in the afternoon.The ssurance that this can be done was learned that a Demo- do with the final fate of the You motor are hereby vehicle notified: One (1)that 1959 the Ford followIng ,- it was property assessed and ant the a names follows:In which
bill'j ID No. CSNG-106967. will be sold at pub Certificate No 327.
: sheen short circuited by. rights' debate, the Senate finally vote, on a jury tria' Ordinarily when the Senate: cratic leader protested sharplyto lie ,sale -at 10 ajn. o'clock on the. 15th Year of Issuance 1941

t the:New. Yprk building boom. amendment of Sen. Thruston B gins voting on amendments tc the White House, declaring NOTICE NOTICE IS OF HEREBY FICTITIOUS GIVEN that day-of May. The 1964,proceeds at II N. W.of 16th fhe. AvewGainesville. sale Description of Property Lot J 4 -$.'<* .
reaches the of Lot 6 QIC 1 PB AKName
I. i; Ttl rtey:;Wh9 had, his name voting stage todayon Morton, R-Ky., will not be es \ major bill, the leaders have this would mean an upset to the the business undersigned under ,the desiring fictitious to name engage of in will be applied first to the payment ofthe. In which) assessed Hugh & Ella
t of the dozens of amend- sale
costs of storing and
.one retaking Drwmmcni
,::1 inscribed in Old English letters pecially meaningful except possibly Stained an iron-clad agreemen'! delicate negotiations which finally -'5TH AVENUE PACKAGE STORE", at of said motor vehicle and the cost el f of the
on'fh'e( side ohe of New York's ments pending to the bitterly ice-breaker in th- had produced willingness the;. comer of N. W. im Avenue andN. publication of notice of sale and thento 1 County of AlecchueStStateyofbFl lto
o bill.. as an Ixin? an hour for the roll call: a W., 6ih Street in the City of Gainesville the satisfaction of the balance due Unless such urtlfout, or certificatesshall
famousriAtfdmarks::J ,' the Times disputed m?-thonl debate., :Dr limiting debate on each for some votes. I sri' name Florida;with nte-.d the Clerk l to of re?the ster Circuit the I under the contract covering the .financing .,, be redeemed according: : to I-w.
of s W wofor vchkl: Any pIllSwill' the property described: : In such cer.ticafe :
Tower was a. Fifth Avenue .Only an informal agreementhas Democratic Leader Mike Amendment to an hour or two. Court of AIrciua! Ccunr'INVESTMENT Flcrtes.EGOSTART I be paid to you end you will re- or certificates will be said t- le
florist end real Mansfield said he However, some of the sena- make liable for any balance remaining highest bidder at the court hou'e d:or
{ estate operator -been reached for this initial was ho4elu But nothing of the kind has tors said would decline! the C07PCRATICN I unpaid under said contract. on the first Monday In Month of June
they A F Ion 1s CorporationBy
wlnln 1902 sold the site at the test. But supporters and foes of his colleagues would go ahead been possible on the House- THOMAS COWART 1964. xtuch Is the 1st day of June., 1964.
Arden Strait Motors. Inc.
invitations and remain. behind Dated trite Id day of May 1964.J.
corner"6f'Broadway and '42nd the measure said that at least promptly and take all of the passed civil rights bilL Thus a for ATTEST President: J. C. ROWLS 15 N.W. lith Avenueby B. CARMICHAEL
the votes.
St to Adolph Och, then New votes needed to dispose of the vote can come only when the 19 Secretary (3330) 5:': Arden Streit of Clerk Alacnua ef Circuit County Court, Florid
(3321) 13. 20 27
York Times'owner and publisher Varied jury trial issue, finishing with it Scrtherners fighting it fall silent Mansfield told a reporter no 5.6 (3323) 5-a 13. JO 17

r who*Hiiilt Times Tower. Long, tonight or Thursday. and permit the test. request from any senator had "The Department Division of of Agriculture Plant Industry, Room State 508

r ;: "Jn come to him for delays becauseof Seagle Building Gainesville Florida, will
ilJJe-stlpuIated the deed that Both Democratic and
Career EndsHONOLULU Repub- receive sealed b'ds for 4.COO gal>ons Dow-
his; name::be chiseled' in stone, lican leaders voiced concern the presidential trip. He said fume W-45 Soilfvme 85 or equivater*, ..

near the east corner high above AP TCe Family Day Tuesday that invitations from I that if there were absentees he!packed than in 11:00 39 gallon AM.: Wednesday.drums only May not later 20.- IRONIC; ,BLOOD-STAINED AND SADSTC..liHCON1VOJT10N-! ?
tSesidewalk.AlliedTChemical ) mn would be glad to arrange pair'1964. A.-enl t.. t1! "::::\-e ,i *vt unloaded AL..PROVOCATIYE..CONTROVERSiAL..HLKED TO PRODUCE :
i who made the Hawaiian W e riding LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) President Johnscn for an oit-of-i at cur Winter Heven office"
.' I red letter -a device often used to protect I V. W. VILI ENEUVt, : BIAXIIVeiM SHOCK!"
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Corp, which Song famous has retired! February was a town trip might delay the final: I Accomtant- -'roM oyM.n.wy'.wa.! .:
recently t>'6u ght the' tower arid 'i from his electrician's job at day for the G. E. Alexander -jury trial votes until next week.! I;a_missing senator en a vote. (332f) 5:6. 13 K

is rebuilding it, tried, to retain Pearl Harbor after 36 years. family. The President,. leaving early "SIGHTS
the two-ton stone bearing the inscuiptioi The Alexanders celebrated Thursday for another tour of One Full Pound LUNCH . 65c up "HORRIFYING,

i but failed because of Sam Kapu, 58, made the first their 60th wedding anniversary.A Appalachia, invited senators I DINNER . SSe "p NEVER WEIRD

engineering pro b I ems. Nev recording of the song for Columbia daughter and son-in-law, Mr. from the states he will visit to KG Sirloin ALPORD'SSteak BEFORE ,.

,, ertheless1 the company felt the Records in 1928. Since then, and Mrs. H. H. Hughes of Paso TOWER HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHED HIDEOUS

: Thorley stone was so much ,aPart he's worked part time at the Robles, Calif., observed their NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR $195 ...SEE IT FOR BIZARRE,

-of'Times Square they engaged Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Wai- 23rd anniversary. And, a grandson Sec. 1M.It, F.S. ID 210 E. UNIVERSITY VORACIOUS
f'' -two artists, Ann Parker kiki as well as holding down and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.J. Thos. O. & Jayna G. Neff the holder LIVE AND*
his fulltime job in the shipyard.He E. Pruitt celebrated the ir of' the following certificates has filed
Avon. Neal, to reproduce the said certificates for a tax deed to be issued LEARN! FRANK!":

old English-;script on, a Japanese has taken time out for 11 the years thereon.of Issuance The certificate the description numbersand of Fascinating 5- ..,c,..........
': rice paper rubbing, one of IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the property, and the names In which it I" N r... r._.
however and !
mainland tours .Shocking
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLOR- was assessed are as follows: .
l the oldest forms of art. has sung at the St. Regis hotel IDA. IN PROBATE.IN Certificate No. 314 Year of Issuance 1961 -Wed.N.I
RE: THE ESTATE OF Description of Property Lot 13 Bk 3 Rg
I r NOTICE OF SALE in New York, and in hotelsat JAMES ARTHUR MCDONALD, 1 less N 140 ft of E 60 ft & less S
TOWHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I deceased. 70 ft of E 75 ft Roper Add DB J-550
You are hereby notified that the following Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago -NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR Name In which assessed Abner Jones. RONDO CANS
motor vehicle 1942 Chevrolet. 4Ot and San Francisco.IN FINAL DISCHARGE OF ADMINIS All of said property being in the Coun-
S20269N195272 will be Sold at public TRATRIXTO ty of Alachua State of Florida
tale at 1000 o'clock on the 13th day of ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Unless such certificate or certificates am .e a aaursrn.ueoPC.nLJ1i'
at Main Notice is given that I have shall be redeemed according to law the
May. 19U. 1321 North $t. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, IN hereby 00-3.:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 TEUNC0.Wt AT.Se.F+mftswf.
THE Administratrix "----'" tie!- 'e't In such certificate
flied final
Catnesvtlle Florida. my returns as or
The proceeds oLht sale will be applied AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLOR- of the Estate of James Art'-..-- M'- certificates will be sold to the highest _
.to the payment of the cost of re- IDA. IN PROBATE.IN Donald deceased; that I have filed my .. at the court house doer on the
taking storing and sale ot said motor lATE petition for final; d;schr"d \.1- I first Monday in Month of June, 1964 Starts
vehicle and the cost of publication of OF MARJORIE MONROE will apply to the Honorable H. H. McDonald which Is the 1st day of June 17t4. I Today I
notice of sale and .then to the satitac- ODOM, County Judge of Alachua I Dated this 2d day of May 1964J.
tlon of the balance due under the contract Deceased. County Florida, on the 29th day of B. CARMICHAELClerk
with Ralph W. Hutchins. Hawthorne NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR May 1964 for approval of the same of Circuit Court of Alachua
11. Florida covering the financing of FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR and for final discharge as Administratrix County Florida
said motor vehicle. Any surplus will, be Notice is hereby given that I have of the Estate. of James Arthur Mc (3322) S:6, 13,20, 27
paid'to you. and you will remain liable filed my final returns as Executor of Donaldr'e-. .-
for"any balance remaining unpaid under the Last Will and Testament of MAR DATED this 5th day of May A. D-
said contract. JORIE MONROE ODOM. Deceased 1964. i
Dated this 34th day Of April 1944 that I have filed my petition for distribution TERESSA MCDONALD STARKA I
S 'ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT and for final discharge, and Administratrix of the Estateof Ij
CORPORATIONBY that on May 14 1964 I will apply to the James Arthur McDonald, de
: H. S. JAMERSON Honorable H. H. McDonald County ceased. j
Gainesville. Florida Judge of Alarhua County. Florida. for (3327) S:6. II
((332Q 5:' approval ef said final returns and 27s'
for an order of distribution and for final .
discharge as Executor of the Last Will
s 'e I
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN and Testament of Marjorie Monroe Od-
om. Deceased. April 9th 1964
i LINDA RUSH, Covington Johnston, i ntot fie d tit,
'- Plaintiff'. as Executor of the Last Will ..
I CARY1tUm- ,-'* roe and Odom Testament Deceased.E. of Marjorie. Mon- .. .ptl' .

A. a.. ..'
reInorier" CLAYTONE. ..
A. Clayton, as Attorney forE. e
TOJ'GARY RUH'. Covington Johnston, Executor 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472
917 East Second Street MOTHER
Llmberton.. North Carolina (3257) 4:15. 22. 29; 5:6 Also in OcalaTON1TE FOR ON HER DAY
Complain for .Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to I
serve a copy of your answer or oladinqto '
the.Complaint upon the Plaintiffs attorneys 1 PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES
Reynolds,,Coldln & Jones. P.O. i
t Box 468i Gainesville Florida and file
t th.j original answer .r o'earting! In the I Ii
office I of.the, Clerk .of,the Circuit Court 1 THRU SAT., MAY 9th 0 .
of Alachua County, Florida, on or be- e ( 4S
fore June20.. 1964. If,you fall 1otk so
Judgment' by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded. In '
therein! of'Com f a Int. -
Alachua-County. Florida:this 4th.day of

M6y1964tj."-Clerk,- 1J.Circuit'CARMICHAEL"Court of.Alachua t STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN SIRLOIN STEAK 98 a

-' Florida. LB.
Coi/nty; .. . r.. .
6_'D'rr //fcltY WATERHOUSE.. -14 MIIS .o1Tlt Oe

DTuEAC41. rk4. sAT 7:30 AT MEADE & WILLIAMS # '

N rnS.-GOtDlN I JONES. 791
r.J\l' HP TO JONES you will I be driven to a ROUND STEAK

p f AuameY.fQr post Office Box Plaintiff 46S point..midway between STORES AFTER SATURDAY, . . LB.

Gainesville.U324) 5-6, 13 Florida 20. 27_. [LIFE and

Notice. of Application for Tax Deed MAY, 9th, 1964 45
Sec. 194.16.. F.S. HAMS Frosty Morn

NOTICE Uriah Gill IS the HEREBY holder of GIVEN the following that or Copetend's Vz or .Whole .'. ..'. .,.. .' LB.
certificates has Tiled said certificatesfor '
a tax deed 10 be Issued thereon. The

certificate ance. the numbers description and years of the of proper-Is- PEAT/I BEST FOOD BUYS! FRYERS DeJlf. ..it : : ;' ; ,' 29
I t and the names in which It was assessed : ; : ,
are as follows: Whole . . . . LB.
Certificate: No. 426.Vear
I of Issuance 1968.
Description of Property E 121 ft of STJ2 l #
,ft ot. Let* Grove Park .PB AIjName SNOWDRIFT YER LIVER Dell's 491

..Caddi.JnTS&Sh_, assessed. J. T. 4 ReEecca. Shortening 3 lb. can 59C Fresh . LB.

I ->I ll of said property being In the_County -
.of Alachua State.of Florida. :
I I Unless IUC .certificate or certificates SHURFINE GRAPEFRUIT Fre.h' '
shall be redeemed according to-law the No. 2 can BOSTON BUTTS 39
property J described In such certificate _
or bidder at the court house door on r. _
th*-irt Monday In Month of June.
1964, which IS the first day of June
....... SHURFINE
} - FRUIT No. 303 can BACON 45
o.t84.'ls.. 5th day of May 194.

-<"JCIerk-J. B. of CARMICHAEL Circuit Court The only people who will not be COCKTAIL 2 for 49c Palm River Sliced 7. .: . . LB.
*-e9'Alachua County. Florida
(3325)F: 5:6, 13. 20. 27 STERILIZED with FEAR are those ::

t I among you who are atready.9.UJl.! MONARCH CREAM STYLE No. 303 can FRANKS Copeland' : z. 3 1 .00

2nd CORN 1; o z. pkg . . FOR
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Hong Kong. City of Sin r":" '
"!;: YACHT CLUB i' 1 39
JtD H.fL...,-,!Itf.E1.IC LSp and Violence 3rd: No. 3C3 can FRESH BEEF 3

?, ..... LAST 2 TIMES where Enslaved TOMATOES 2 for 39cDEL GROUND.& . . . . . LBS.
half man, half beast,he sold his soi
Color Hits!
\ Now' 3 Bis Beauties are
r Open 6:45 fShew 7:20
See 2 Ut At 9:45 the Bait MONTE 14-0%. bottle

Hit Nor. I' At 7:20 Bis b& Mf5 i

First Run Hit At 9:45 RUT 12-0%. can


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Seeled bids will be received by The i
Beard of Public Instruction of Alacnu I
County, Florida, at the office of the Su -
perlntendent of Public Instruction In the
School Administration Building Galne -
vide Florida, up to 3:00 o'clock P.M.,
E.S.T.. Thursday. May 14. 1964. al : '
which time and place all bids received :: SAYF
will be publicly opened and read aloud :
for 'furnishing all materials and labor
and constructing the following school
building protects In Alachua County.

...... ..... 'SAYE ON SAYE 1MI1H



Any bid received GYMNASIUMALACHUA COUNTY.after FLORIDA the specified 1rJ1.I )) I

time and date will not be considered. iii
Bidders may submit proposals on
either one of the two protects or on -
both of the two proiecls separately.Each i -
bid must be accompanied by a FREE
certified: check, cashiers check or bid
bond In the amount of five per cent of
the base bid as guarantee that the bid ST +
der. If awarded the contract will, with- .. .. 1 Savory tomb e f ott anytime.
in ten consecutive calendar days after -. : TO'\
written notice being given of such USDA Cut through the crackling brown
fnra enter Into a written contract
with The Board of Public Instruction of ROGERS 1893 outside to the sweet, tender juicy;
AVchua: County. Florida In accordancewith QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED t: .
the accepted bid. and give a con- PRICES GOOD THRU MAY 9THWINNDIKILTORf.INC.COPYRICNTI.e4 CHOICE meat beneath It's a gourmet treat.
tract surety bond satisfactory to said \ SILVER SERVICE : U. S. Choice American
Board in an amount equal to one hundred grown.
per cent of the contact prke.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W-D LEAN
a period of thirty days after the date
Register Time You
let for the opening thereof. STAMPS ..
All work shall be done in accordance Gr.Beef5& $195
With" plans specifications and contract
documents relative thereto as preparedby Visit Winn Dixie JL
Moore and May. Architects, Gainesville 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED
Florida. Plans specifications and
contract: documents may be examinedat ee ,

Public the office Instruction.of the Gainesville Superintendent Florida of- Ham 003 c $2.59 Drawing May 9th am

Gainesville., or at the Florida.office of the architect' In REG. 39* PALMETTO FARMS CRANBERRY U ..H

Plans and contract documents and

from forms the for office bidding of the may architect.be secured Con- Salad I 1-LB.< CUP 2.91 U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN 4 TO 1 18 LB.WHOLE OR HALFREG

tractors may obtain one set of docu
ments on each protect withcut deposit. 39* COPELANDFranks '

and Contractors others subcontractors.who desiring may more material be Interested than suppliersand one set.but 2''12oz.Pkg1,'69; T R L LB. 69 ;

who directly do by to not the paying submit owner the,bids may cost on obtain of the duplica-documents work E Y 5 eg-O-LAMB

tion plus handling charges which costs ,- LOIN LAMB
will not be returnable.
Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory
to The Board of Public Instruction ELGIN
of Alachua County. Florida. The SIZES'

County Board of Florida Public Instruction reserves the of right Alachua to Yellow SolidsOLEO ALL C ho ps LB. 98 ;

waive Informalities any bid and to
accept any bid which they consider to
be in the best public interest and to
reject any and all bids. X RIB LAMB


BY: E. D. Manning, Jr.
Secretary q Chops LB. 79 F
(32n4:22.. 29; 5:'

City Plan Board will hold a Public
;-Hearing on May 2). 1961. at 1:00 '
P.M. in the auditorium of the Utilities .. .tJ
LB. ,
Operations Center. 555 Southeast 5th 0 T.- :r zmJM ' y ;
'. .r -
Avenue. Gainesville Florida, to consider i ; e.J ....ii; &.l 0h:1' :{ !i. I .Jiii tt.\tiEA' : !:.lHn; :

: d<<
.. A request by the abutting property 1
owners to close that portion of r .
Northeast 20th Avenue between Northeast
9th Street and Northeast 8th Street. .
2. A request by the Atlantic Coast LIMIT 2 WITH $5. FOLDING < 1

Line Railroad Company to close that ORDER OR MORE. Samsonite ::, FROZEN FOODMORTON '
portion of Southwest 5th Street extending >

southwardly from the southerly ,. ..
boundary line of the Seaboard Air Line -
TAB L E' .
Railroad Company's right of way to the
south line of Peeler's Addition as recorded -
in Plat Book A, page 42, also REG. 2/33 DIXIE DARLING WHOLE WHEAT ,
that portion of Southwest 9th Lane extending ON SALE AT
from the East line of Southwest 1 1-Lb. Chicken Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury, Meat Loaf
5th Street to the West line of Bread 2.. Loaves 33XREG. ...' I mggggm11mmmmmmn; ; !. !

Southwest 3. A request 3rd Street.by Robert H. Kalkmanto 33* DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON t1 :i. T -- u f.g; ..jjI1j' Dinners 2 79 ,/

ResIdential ..... FOR
rezone from R-la (Single Family ....... ,
) to R-2 (Multiple' Family Resi! : 1-.
d ntial-Low Density) the property described Buns 8-CT-pKG- 2 91 :'i mr II

Lots 7, S. f. and 10 of Felton Court I
Plat Bnok "0". Pane 30 and the 1 ... NatronaTl ..; ..
West 171 ft. of the East 1101 ft. of the : 6-aZl .
.'trorth 647 ft. of the NE V of the NW 1i l Ad'srkrcd. ; Juice 4 991
.'* of Sec. 32. Tsp. ,. So.. R 20 E. tIJ ( 1ii1ii:: w Cans
This Ith property Court lust is South located of on Northwest23rd NorthWest 50 Extra Top Value StampsWITH i !! .0,;,,!! !!
;:::;::;::::::;::;::::;;::::::::::::;::::;& foPANRED I BREADED ROUND
Avenue and also includes land THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF :

.Immediately A. A to the Red West.Franks Real j Just the thing for sewing
> request by Estate
to rezone from RE (Residential I S'i' Marvelous for luncheons S h 1P LB 8 9
Estate) to RP (Residential-Profession Fox Deluxe Pizza Pie rim P I
al) the property described M: r oat ical for homework ;
That part of Section 30. Township f GOOD THRU MAY 8TH I WITH $25 WORTH and do-it' -ycurselF ..
South. Range 20 East, lying East of : LIBBY Pineapple-Raspberry, Strawberry Lemon-Grape _. _
Hogtown Creek. South of old AT ANY WINN DIXIE OF REGISTER TAPES Convenient for TV mock ,- Pineapple' .. -....-

Newnansville Road (Northwest 29th let ................... dinners ........,....-.
Road\. North of Sewer easement to ..........::.......... Reg. $6.95 Value fO rinks 9 621 z. : :,
Howard Johnson Restaurant and Wonderful for card j 99?: 'M"""
West of a point that is 625 feet West playing Cans ; _
ef Northwest 13th Street. I' :... .:: '
This property Is located on the South -
Side of Northwest, 29th Road directly .. ,.
.. ..
West of the Howard Johnson --' ,.. ,
Motel ,
5.and A Restaurant.request by-William' -T. Markham 50 Extra Top Value Stamp I.. .. .,- ,fAi.; -- .A1t' ;"' : t' U f:6: W _"\fr ; ;1f; {!Jl m u ", ',,' ",, ,'t. > .::.:__:.::::_:..

to, rezone from R-lb (Sinole Family WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Residential) to R-2 (Multiple Fam -
.Residential-Low Density) the property ONE: FROZEN HOWARD JOHNSON SAVE 2Y2t EACH EVAPORATED MILK > .
described as:
Commence 13 feet East of the North- Coconut CakeGOOD ., .
rest corner of M. E. Bruces lot, run < :
West 210 feet South 220 feet. East THRU MAT 9THAT TALL '
210 feet North 220 feet, and 16.5 feet Carnation 8 $1 '
1 'ANY
N-rtn and South by 210 feet East and 22. WINN-DIXIE CANS : .
West adjacent to the MGM plat on '' a. ,
the South all lying and heina In Section "
4. Township 10. South Range 20 ; > -

Eltet. :. ,_ ..
This property Is located on the EM SAVE 30 THRIFTY MAID .
side of Northeast 10th Street 120.5 feet '
North of Northeast 5th Place.
,"._ A request by Richard E. Robinsonto -
rezone from R-lb (Single Family 50 Extra Top Value Stamps MilIc TALL .
Residential l) to RP (Residential Pro- Evap. ?
le".tonal) the property described as: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF BeJ CAN a'
L .t No. 9. Woodlrnd Terrace Unit FRESH GOLDEN
No. .. as recorded in Plat Book F,, TWOP''O''H
P"'e 49. Gold Onion
King Rings
This property Is located on the
Northeast corner of West University GOOD THRU MAY THAT SAVE 64. TOILET TISSUE Limit 2 with $5. order or more ;,
Avenue and Northwest 1st Court.
J, A request by F. W. Knight to re- ANY WINN
!"-. from RP (ResWentlJtl;! Prafes- 23t! TWIN Corn ;
'-.,- ) to SC (Shopping Center the I Soft-Weve 19l
pr..-...rt. tlescrlh ": PACK ..
Commence at the Southeast corner
Vf lot > M Fri'-.s F-tate *s p_
'Curded In Deed Book K, page 203.
7+hNorth '9vi feet. Wet '00 fee. 1 '
"'N--th JVi. feet. West 105 feel. So"h395 .
*- feet. East 305 feet in Section 32- 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 20?: CABOT BRIQUETS
".20. Al The South 295 feet of the
o: r 10
West 757 feet of Lot 2 ft I'ai'-s E'. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE of 59
a rs ;
tate as recorded In Deed Book K. 20-LB.
.page 203. In Section 32920. TNR[[ PKea. FROZEN C 11 r I 7 91

bl-.t- This property t....1etf Is by the Sreth N..rtl-t half of 13t"the Whne Acre Peas : a C 0 a BAG

Street' N.W. 12th Avenue. N.W. 12th
f .. A request by Jack W. Fagan to GOOD THRU MAY PIN FRESH CRISP JUMBO 2-2.DOZEN'SIZE!
from R-le fSirwIe Family Resl-
tene dentAl to BR-1 (Retail Business) the AT ANY WINN DIXIE SAVE 140 DEEP SOUTH
property described as: 24 Celery 2 29
'lots 1 and 2. Block H. Pine Park Sub- STALKS ;
division as recorded in Plat Book B.
page 99: Also: commence at the a J 24-oz. 2 9/ FRESH, CRISP -
'Srufhwest center of Lot 2. Block H. am
---I JAR
Tine. Park Subdivision as recorded inPlrt Erap Cucumbers 5
Book B. pane 99. run Erst 114fret. For
South 70 feet. West 134.2 feet.P.rth 50 Extra Top Value Stamps
70 feet less road right-of- S. NO.1 BAKING POTATOES
This property Is located on the Eastsl ; LB. .
!* of Northwest 6th Street from ONCIOO-CT. Pica. DIXIE HOME R ussets 10 69j
Northwest 19th Lane North to North- y lAG
west e. A 20th request Avenue.by F. C. Ridgway to retone Tea Bags B U t& e r 24-oz.. JAR 49 ,/

from R-la (Single Family Residential GOOD THRU MAY BTHAT y-
I .
) to BA-1 Business Automotive) the 0 ,
property described as: ANY WINN-DIXIE i ';;; .
The North 100 feet of the South 355 25
feet of the East 250 feet of the West
300 feet of Ser*'- >". Township 9 ISO 1 1 1ff't'1
Smith Range 20 East.
This property Is located on the Eastside I 1 1
of Northwest 13th Street 214 feet 1 1 ,
So th of Northwest 41st Avenue. wa" 1 ..r.
IP A reouest bv the City Planning ty-- 1- !! w
Department to mike the following additions 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 I 1 : -'
and amendments to Ordinance I-- 1 -
IfTO. Section 29 of the Gainesville CodeOf WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .. i ,
Ordinances: j 1 1 >r t
*. An addition to Article III. Section ONE tB-oz. Pica. CRACKIN' GOODBig
,*.\, Definitions. of a definition of a 60 CremesGOOD FISC j
drive-in restaurant to read as follows: I Family e 1 _
DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT. A restaurant Sf :-a / F I 1i
J 1 ;
which is l'd out and THRU MAY 9TH t.
eooiooed to serve fro and heveras a 1
r rrJ
to patrons In automobiles and or to '
allow consumetion of food and beverages 26 | '- .{J I 1 1
t ,,.sue 1
by patrons In automobiles on t, {1..r- 1 1 !I Iss
the oremises. 1 : 1 1 :
b. To specifically allow drive-In restaurants 1 I
In SC. BA-1. BA-J. and MS i 1 t
C. To soecificallv prohibit drive 1rI FISCHER'SBear FOLGER'S ASTOR
restaurants tn all residential districts. 50 Extra Top Value 1 1 I
BP. BU. BR-1 BR-2 BI-i, Bl-2. and Stamps DETERGENT 1
1 /
d Additions of certain streets to Section 1
29.12 of the Gainesville Code efOrd'nances ONE TWIN PACK CRACKIN GOOD Save 30? Giant Box Save 20rt Giant Box Save 401 -
tn require more than the I 12-oz. Bots. I Save 241Lb.. Con Save 24 i-Lb. Can
minimum setback from the center Potato or Dip I Chips I 1 I I 1
line of the streets. 1 $43912oz. ,
.. Amend Section 29-U (1) (b) of the GOOD THRU MAY THAT j 1 1
Gainesville Code of ordinances by the 49 J' 1
addition of the word "not after the ANY WINN-DIXIE X 59 J / 49 J
words "construction and character of 271 1-
the building Is". 1 ,. 1 Bots. j y- y-
f. Amend Section 29-30 of the Gainesville (CASE I
Code of Ordinances Regulations Limit 1 with $5 order or MOI.U..it 1 with $S order or more. Limit 1 i
of Home Occu atlons. case $5. ord. or more / Um$ 1 with ;S ceder er maA
with Jr
Limit 1 $S of or more.
g. Add to Ordinance 1090 regulations
applying to the location. destan. construction -
operation, and maintenance
of service! stations. a C ..
h. Add to Ordinance 1090 regulation
apolying to c'"mn>>erclal vehicle par*
leg In residential districts. ,
I. Add t* rWr. 11190 reqoUt'pnpfy -
ig too *..* _-*- .
11. A request by Kirkpatrick'ar 1r
p>-*- to rev f.RP (ResM-
tir'-Pmfesslonal to SC (Shopping C'
ttr\ the property described as:
Lot one two. three. four sever
eight, nine and ten of Spring Park _
l-'f N-. 4. as recorded in Plat BookD. 0 sT0a
page 13. _r J y _
This property Is located In the block
bounded by Northwest 13th Street.J
N. W. 11th Avenue..N. W. 12th Street.
' and N. W. 12th Avenue.
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I" .... ___ t. ._ ........ ,Wednesday, May .6, 1964 GoinesYHfe 2Q ;

.. .. wife, Carol, lives in Kansas City, Ave., and William F. Phillipsof 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED .s

( fi 'fJls rvicilNtiws Mo., reenlisted for six yearsin 230 SE 51st St., are serving BE A FASHION

the Regular Army recently aboard the anti-submarine war- SHOW DIRECTORNO WANT-AD ,RATESPH.

fare aircraft carrier USS delivering or collecting car t
while serving with the 3d Artil- necessary. Connie Robbins FR

Array PFC Larry E. Cole- aims and policies for the coining liery on Okinawa. Wasp presently undergoing a .-l>68 after 6:30 p.m. 372.8441

, 't man, whose wife, Beverly, year. Fleet Rehabilitation and Main- ,STENOGRAPHERSHigh
Voodre'is a field communications tenance (FRAM) overhaul in School Graduate with abilityto for
lives in Ga type well and take dictation.
t Albany : participate
Po The 20-year-old cadet Is one specialist in Battery C. the Boston Naval Shipyard, Excellent salary. S day week.

C ed with-p&enmejnbers: of 8th Of more than 6,000 society members of the unit's 8th Missile Battal- Boston,. Mass. views Excellent 3 to benefits.4 p.m. Daily Inter Classified OnlyDEADLINES

tl InfantryDivision. units ina *belonging! to the, honorary ion. 730s SPERRYELECTRONIC

--. week of. an iial.'trai IngteslS military organization for outstanding This type of overhaul is car- TUBE

(ATT) bell in ..the mountains AFRTOC cadets. The 20-year-old soldier, son ried out periodically to in- DIVISIONSPERRY Tues. thro Frl. papers S p.m. Day before publication

south of-the 'Moselle river."in of Mrs. Wilimina Voodre 5920: crease the life and modernizethe RAND For ads to go/ In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat.
The society was establishedIn I CORP.GAINESVILLE I For ads to go/ In Mon. paper-1 p.m. Sat.
Germany in April: SE Ninth Pl., entered the ship. On completion of the FLORIDA
.1947 at the University of Army in May 1961 and has I FRAM she will return to opera- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I (Minimum ad 4 tines)

The ATT is' a rough and complete Cincinnati and named for Gen- been since last EMPLOYMENT
overseas May.I tions with the Atlantic Fleet BOOKKEEPER TYPIST, State' FAMILY RATES
assessment of a unit's eral of the Air Force H. H. wide organization has openingin

combat readiness under them "Hap" Arnold. Speakers and Voodre attended Syracuse (N. When operating, Wasp is the keeper Gainesville knowledgeable for qualified In general book-. 1 i 3 1 Insertions Insertion .::::::.,::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: H.3C line line *_,

st realistic conditions guests at the event includedAir Y.) Technical High School hub of an anti-sumbarine war- business office procedures. i 6 Insertions .............................................. 17c line
...' .posE Pleasant working conditions salary S 12 Insertions ............................................... Me line
sible in peacetime. \ Force Chief of Staff Gen- fare "Hunter-Killer" group compatible with qualifications i Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned -

eral Curtis E. LeMay and entertainer sub-surface units designed to fringe benefits. Permanent x number of Insertions. ,.
position. Apply Box 413A.C .
I-n Coleman: is a clerk in Headquarters Bob Hope. Stephen A. Valentine, airman, composed of air, surface and o Gainesville Sun.

.Company of the division's USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester find and destroy enemy sub- WANTED experienced motel S Five letter words per line
Itt Top wages. 5 day week.
1st Brigade, in. Germany. ,PFC Leslie E. Voodre, whose Valentine of 1206 NW 30th marines. Call Mrs. Williams FR 2-7394 aft-
er 53t P.M.BUDGET. _
Same as 2 lines
He entered the Army in WORRIES? 8 Pt. ordinary type

February 1962 and arrived 1til BUILD YOUR INCOME. Avon
Cosmetics has an excellent opportunity 12 Pt.Same as 3 lines
overseas the following Novem- .e to offer qualified worn- a type
en. Call Mrs. Burns FR i-CXII.
SELF f \ Same as 4 lines

ber.The 23-year-old soldier, son! PROPELLED 12 Male Help Wonted | Q Pf.ordinary type

of Mr. .and Mrs. Lester E. ARCHITECT or senior draftsman,
permanent position, salary open. 24 Same s S lines
Coleman, 3712 SW 19th St., is Box 790. Lake City. Fla. Pt ordinary type

a 1958 graduate 'of Georgia 1 HEAVY DUTY MOWER r MEN the LOOKING insurance FOR business.FUTUREin Must

Military College:High School in I --c be between the of 25 to 50
Powered by 4-cycle 3 h.p. Clinton Engine, with spring- to qualify. Guaranteed ages starting i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more man one
Milledgeville and, attendedGeorgia I 4wLQ i Incorrect Insertion, nor will It be liable: for any error In advertisement -
wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. salary. Call FR 2-717, or FR E
; to extent than the cost
2-2153 for Interview. a greater of the space! occupied -
State College of Busi- -1 i by the Item In the advertisement. No adlustment will

ness Administration in Atlanta. Add a bright Scan d In a v Sa n WANTEDCOLORED = be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of
touch to linens. fashions, with buck s the advertisement.
Before entering the Army, Swedish weaving so beautifulon DIPPERS. CHIPPERS AND
Coleman I towels cases aprons cloths. PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY Ii The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or rei
was employed by the \ Use 6-strand cotton. Pattern 730: OFF EACH WEEK. CONTACTMR. letting any advertisement which It deems oblecttonal and to

'.. Trust Company of Georgia in \ charts for $ borders 2 baby de KENNETH STRICKLAND. g chance the classification of any advertisement from that or-
t signs. TELEPHONE 37(4083 AFTER 6 ton
Atlanta. Thirty five cents In coins for P.M.
this add 15 cents for
$ pattern WANTED Caretaker on Lake .
1st-class a
each for mailingand
pattern ''''IIlUIIIIlIIIIIIIUIllllUlIlIl\IWHfImllmnnmllDIIII.
place. Must be sober and have filWlllllllllIIIIIIWIII..llli11II1I1I11W1"nml'IUI.-u.
Send to Lau-
95EASY special handling. references. Furnished house and
ONLY ra Wheeler, Gainesville Sun. Needlecraft good safary. Apply Lewis Jew- 17 Work Wanted Mal.CARPENTER 34 Waterfront Property .
A local man is a member of Dept., p. O. Box 161. Old elry Co. 200 W. Unlv Ave.
Chelsea Station. New York 11, N.Y. WORK wanted. Also
an unprecedented multinational Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER SERVICE STATION attendant capable of supervising any typeof BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee.
jet fighter squadron being NAME ADDRESS and needed apply at Superior Serv- construction. Call Newberry River at Rock Bluff. call 37*.
ZONE. Ice Station. 425 NW 13th St. 472-2494. 6160.
formed in England composed of f TERMSTRADEINS BARGAIN Big new 19&4 Nee-
1 dlecraft Catalog over 200 de- 13-Help Male or FemaleExp. 18 Schools & InstructionsMEN LAKE Place for sale, call FR J44U ;
American, British and German signs only 25 cents! A must if after 5 p.m.
you knit, crochet quilt, sew, em- __
airmen. The squadron will 1f ? AND WOMeN WANT U COWPEN LAKE-nlcely furnished
PUH TYPE broider. Send 25 cents. secretaries
salary openCashlerhost
2 br.
TO TRAIN A/C home. Exceptional
evaluate the vertical-takeoff- $3895 SPECIAL VALUEI 16 COM- ts. attractive
f "?' 3. h.p. kY cl a mg l lie PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In deluxe White housekeeper, $25 wk. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS frontage. $8.800. Terms.

and-landing (VTOL) Hawker I 4 22dnch cut, only ..... .. .. ...... new Quilt Book. For begin- Bookkeeper salary open LAKE
II Ft ners, experts. Send 50 cents now! Exp. Waitress salary & comm. SUSAN-like new masonrilhome .
Siddeley P. 127 under combat I Y s Exp. mechanics We prepare Men and Women. ; elegantly furnished
conditions in Store trainee hi schl. grad. .Ages 1855. No experience neces dream come true at 1050000.
conjunction with Also Available
20 22 &
; Off. trainee hi schl. grad. sary. Grammar school education ASK About these and lake lots.
NATO field maneuvers in Eu- .4 inch mowers with Briggs Strat- Tree surgeon, foreman $2 hr. usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR
ton engines, slightly) higher. Auto salesman Exp. No layoffs. Short hours. Phone 375707 ANYTIME.FOR .
High Advancement.
Short order man
3n a Insurance trainee. $100 wk. name,' home address phone SALE air-conditioned, !gas
Write heat completely furnished 2
time home.
number and
Among the nucleus of the ., ALL MOWERS SERVICEDwith Route CONNELL salesman.EMPLOY.Levy AGY.Co. Marcel Co. Box 388-A. c/o GainesvUie bedroom house on Cowpen lake

I squadron will ,be Ltd. Cdr. J. y gas and oil, ready to 120 SE 1st Ave. Sun.Real 22 Price miles u.800 East$ .500 of down Gainesville.baN

J. Tyson, U.S: Navy of Gaines > use. Phone 376.5234PLACEMENT SERVICE I Estate Exam ance Gainesville monthly.Sun.Apply box 40s*

ville. Office Professional COURSE
PARTS & QUICK REPAIR Technical ATTEND First lesson free. -ON THE GULF
College GraduatesFor HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Cedar
Cadet David E.' Wieland, SERVICEBuy appt. call 372-4377 COLLEGE 218 W. Univ. Ave Key Shores

represented the Air Force Reserve 10-12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. FR. 6-3507 3723727. & Other Properties
where you can get all parts and quick CLASSIFIEDDial Monday through Friday MEN WOMEN AGE 18-Si David AndrewsCedar
repair service by factory trained mechanics
102 NW 2nd Avenue TRAIN FOR
detachment at the Universityof Key 3841
I when you need it. POSITIONS available with the CIVIL SERVICE
Florida at the; 16th "National Medical College of Georgia Eugene offering FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann, East
SEE THESE MOWERS TOMORROW! of Hawthorne. Restricted area.
Talmadge Memorial Hospital security. For Infor-
Arnold good pay
Conclave of the Air Society WELCOMEDWe for registered Physical mation, local Interview write Call 376-2428 for Information.LOT .
at Denver, Colo. OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til 5 Therapists or recent eligible American Service. Box 411-M c-o on Cooper Lake. Price 1995-
p.m. Saturdays graduates. Forty hour week, Gainesville Sun. Terms. $20 down, $18 monthly.
liberal vacation and sick policy Phone FR 6-0848.
Cadet Wieland,. son of Mrs. will gladly accept your old holidays hospitalIzation and life MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for

John Wieland of 46th mower on one of these new models. C.B. BOHANNON JR Insurance and retirement pro CIVIL SERVICE WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg.
48J5'SW; gram. Beginning salary for re- Examinations. For informationsend Broker, specalizing in
St, met with other detachment GOOD USED MOWERS F 376.4672Announcements cent graduates $4600 per annum name. address & Phone No. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
all others based on education Key Training Service. 112 W. AGE. S miles No. of Melrose- ,
representatives from more than FOR SALE! experience end certification. Adams St., Jacksonville. GR 52911. _

170 colleges and universitiesacross SE 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561 Write: R. A. Lackman. Jr., PRIVATE tutoring -Jr.. High. LAKE GENEVA. contemporary, 3
Director of Personnel, Medical and first yr.. Col. Experienced bedroom. 1 bath, nearly new
the nation' ,to discuss College of Georgia, Augusta, qualified tutor reas. rates, call Wood paneling open beamed

h __. Georgia. after 5-00 3726276. ceiling throughout. Roman
... bath. Large screened patio.
route now
Work shop, carport 2 acres,
available In Williston. Man or 22 Special Services white
sandy beach. $31500. Melrose -
woman wishing to suppliment Income GR 5.5661.ADVERTISE.
v by $50 per week. Write MUSIC LESSONS piano and or-
Circulation manager, P.O. Box garu Will take beginning and
57 Gainesville or call FR 2- advance students. EnlOY work.
4 a t' j''a 1441. Ing with talented young beginners. IN THE
ra' Teaching studio located convenIently -
14-Sales Help Wanted on Univ. Ave. Call Nan- SERVICE DIRECTORY
cy MCArthur FR 2- 132 after 6
REAL ESTATE ,SALESMANHugh 35 Houses for Sale

29 Livestock. .. Cr. Supplies_
a Edwards Inc.;- Gal lesvU'e'a' : J> f j j t w
builder, has opening for FOR SALE by
largest WANT AN ECONOMICALLY owner modern 3
3 LOST & FOUND new salesman. Excellent earning PRICED FEED? Then try, CPA bedroom house in Carol Estates.
opportunity for above average Cooperative Mills U per cent Furnished or unfurnished. As-
LOST brownish black bulldog man. Mr. Dorman sales manager. Production Dairy part pulleted. sume Gl 1 loan or refinance. Best
with white spots in NW 43rd section HUGH EDWARDS. INC. Ideally suited for feeding on offer. Call 3768414.
.6 t Sunday. Family pet. Phone 3721551. pasture. Special for May only. FHA House for sale NE sectionat
1 k.c FR 2-7707. COUNTY AGENTSFOR FMX Gainesville or Alachua. appraisal value of $10,000.
Phone FR 2.1095 or 41-2185 $300 down payment low monthly

4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE ALACHUA COUNTY payments. 3 BR. 1 bath, carport .
30' PETS& SUPPLIESFREE large storage. Call after
\ follow tremendous -
needed to up 6:00 P.M. FR 6-4774. '
LEARN TO DRIVEI Special attention number of inquiries kittens t weeks old. Call
1 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On
kMIP to nervous or elderly. for the famous international FR M33, or see at 2131 N.E.
Easy Driving SchooL FR Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Ave
Way 10th St.
2-7002. Lie by State of Fla. hospital plan nue to 43rd St. Intersection, turn
offered by International Blade Labrador puppies best of right go approximately 1 mile,
/ blood lines. Fine to hunt or at see sign on left.
.. i il > 6 SPECIAL NOTICES Life Insurance Co. Theseare home. AKC reg. 372-5743 after T. D. ZETROUER BUILDERFR
M tx bonafide leads devel- 6, and all day Sat .. Sun. 6-3848

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly oped through national ad- MINIATURE Poodle stud service. BARGAINII!! Only $300 Down .- No
+P Dex-A-DIet). New name, vertising. We offer no incentive 31 c h a mplons In blood line. Qualifying 3 BR. 2 Bath, Cen-
same formula only fS cents. Ca- prizes or gifts to Phone FR 21857. tral heat and central air conditioning
D. nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main- built In kitchen. Lot ICO
answering our
St. people for watch, stock, and pets. FR x 100. trees and roses In yard.
offer latest fea-
Our plans Needs some painting. $101.33
IN GAINESVILLE, its 20033.
) ODI'S PHARMACY tures available such as mo. with homestead exemption.
lit Central Plaza guaranteed renewables for HAPPY. HEALTHY. American 1704 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2445
Shepherd puppies male & female 6048
: days. nights.
(next to Wlnn-Dlxle) _
life available to all age '7 weeks registered. Call
For prescriptions & cosmetics benefits payable- FR 43470.SIAMESe DISCOVER and buy now this
: I.D.L. DRUGSTOREDUE new home under construction.
d Aa to divorce I have a like new anywhere home, office or kittens sealpomt, adorable Covered court entrance. 3 BR,
C ? t 1964 model Zig Zag Automatic hospital, etc. We also offer t wks. old. Wonderful 2 bath paneled family rm.. fireplace
Mother's Day present. Call Hawthorne air conditioned. All of the
that does forms of life Gr
/ sewing machine ev all salary, 48V25M.
quality and personal work of
i erything. We would like some-
insurance. We
group pay a Lloyd Myrick home. Again offered
> .V M.w 'f one to mo.take Small up payments balance. Ph.of $4.00 372- highest i commissionswith 33 LOTS FOR SALE m Wimberly Estates off
per. advance contract, NW 39th Ave. Phone 372-54M.
T > ; an
j. CHIEFLAND NURSING HOME 10% first year renewals LOTS Bedroom 3 full baths In Libby
has a few vacancies mode r n (paid monthly). This is LOTS. 1 Bl. from campus, near Heights. This home has over 2.-
Jp41X building. Homelike atmosphere Univ. P. O. Large lots overlooking :300 sq. ft. of living space, air
the best deal for making and
conditioned. dishwasher
good food. special diets. 24 hr. Lake Wauberg.. MagnI-
professional nursing care. Chief- money in the industry. No ficent view. many other extras. If you need
> land, phone 493-4781. previous experience neces- MARY MOELLER plenty of living area check this
Will consider trade. For Information
q one.
w e r *
: sary as we give you com- 101 West Univ. FR 6-4471 call THE JAMES CO.
LS > I 8 Baby Sitters Child Care plete training. Aptitudetest BY OWNER OF GAINESVILLE. INC Build-

(not I. Q.) will be BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof ers of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
$ Phone Marvin N.W. 22nd Street. 110' x155'. 372-2527 nights 472-7401.
: TINY TOT given. Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x180' .
: Kiesz Jacksonville 398-. 3 Bedrooms IV* bath. built In kitchen
with view and privilegesof
lot. Minimum
well shaded
# PLAY SCHOOLVisit 9819 for evaluation interview Clear Lake. 3765109. on down a payment. FHA. low

'= .. ; us and see for yourself. : NICELY wooded residential lot. monthly payments. This home
a ;d. 14 SE Ith St. FR 4-7804. 330x300 on paved road NW of has strip hardwood floors. For
PLANNED program awaits your 16 Work Wanted Female town approximately 3V4 miles Information call THE JAMESCO.
from city limits. $3.000 cash or
d a J.pro-school JILL NURSERY youngster at SCHOOL.JACK WOULD like housework by day or 20 pet. down with up to f yrs. Builders of Kingsbury Homes.
Music programs, educational week. Call FR 2-W24. to pay. Can 3720331. Phone 372-2527, Nights 372-7401.,

r-i film-strips. 7:45-5:15' Mon.-Frti
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR t-3900.
Child Care In my home. Fenced
yard Reasonable rates. Good FVN
references. Phone 372-3713-

Child care center FR 2-M7

11rtcL INFANT care In my home. I to I

i % { t zed E months. Reasonable. Call 3741534.Employment .

S U T .

:alt 4 a

to SS hour demonstrating OUTDOOR RECREATIONWHO

Almost everything tastes better Cosmetics.famous Full or Studio Part Time.Girt WOULD LIKE THE 74th 24" GRILLS

: Phone 374-4334 after 6- HUNTER Fiberglass Flshloa 12' Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTORBoat
: qxR3 EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. Introduced by FRANK $49.50 310.9PHILPOTT
Apply Hubbard Circle Grocery. ? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES -
with Sealtest Half and Half 16th Ave. and Millhopper Rd. EASY CHARGE TERMS. OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 172-3537 -,

DREAM JOB The Heart Of East Gainesville"
Phone 374-1480 from 1000' A-M. PHILPOTTSSPORT with Charlie
Starting off with coffee in the morning many foods berries, gravies desserts. It's the perfect blend of to day 5:00 and P.M.Friday Monday, no other, Wednes-time CENTER FR 2.1791. List of Classifications to choose:

delightfully Improved with Sealtest Half and Half.At cream and milk together. Tastes great dozens please. Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from
meal you'll love l the extra flavor and smoothof ways. And always flavor-protected by quality con CASHIER wanted. Good salary.apply Fishing Boats. ALACHUA COUNTY
any In person woncSertlo use Where Quality Sells Itself ONLY DEALERJOHNSON Skiing Swlmtming-Dlvlfg.
that:Seal testHalf: and Half adds to cereals, trol techniques that have made Sealtest famous.Hess Restaurant.SearsWANTED 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind Fishing Equipment.

N.W. 14th Ave.
experienced Legal Sec, F 2-5611 or FR 4-tftt
.YOUR- FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST. INSIST ON SEALTESTJTRYSEALTEST retary to begin work on or be- Lone SALES Star Boats.AND Orlando SERVICE dipper Safety ItemsMon.
Thru FrL M p-m. Sat. 9-t
." fort June I. Salary commensurate abilI-- Boats. Ski supplies. Sitting rigs.BAIRD'S Golfing Equipment.
i with experience and
ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross MARINE Tennis Equipment.
.. Blue Shield. For Interview con 601 S. MAIN ST.
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. Baseball Equipment.
Clayton. Ph. 37i- CT1.

CLAIMS secretary wanted age SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
.. Ads
SEALTEST It to 3$ Neat good typist able
:::1)1P 'N'DRESSING to meet the public, S day weeK. .
HOMOGENIZED Call 372-057. I to S p.m. BE CAREFREE, Plus many many more.

electable dfpOfuseaTa.topptni.- VITAMIN D MILKProduced Enloy'a clean and healthy peel

-withaaCkeiS'dilPs; : ""' __ / FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY Get Results. Master Pool Service Inc. ADVEBTISE IN THE
DIP" Supplies & Monthly cleaning
.. with every ,
bRASSI. service. -
.......r' modern quality control -' FR *-5343.' A-OOtt 1-3171 SEBVICK DIRECTORY
tongspmcats, quality workmanship _
= for : For top '
fist\ salads I ,,. ked- .. .. to assure you of cell
., 372-6142
-- and freshness.
f.At A. : : : purity
po ... GAINESVILLE To ad in the
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35 Homes for Sal. 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sate 35 Houses For Sal -
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I 3 BR frame house. 1 mile Southof WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD I NEW HOMES MCCOY'S
UP ON YOUR LOT. Open Waldo on Rt. 24. $6300. Phone SACRIFICE $7400 equity for $700 BARGAIN
House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed 468-1064 after 6 PM. Walking BR, distance to schools. :3 cash. Total cost only $11,427. 4 Rm. house 2 blks. from Spring Macoma Homes
2 baths ,
borne in
THE TIME IS NOW. & engineered by u. S. Skyline Modern 3 BR. M bath home. Hill High. Outside complete. in- '
Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100Q. Heights. Study. hardwood floors : Near schools. Refrig., elec. side partially complete. Lot -Inc. .
range & Cent.
$ rt. 3 BR. 2 bath air cond.. oven. range. air cond., and drapes.No 100. $2,200 cash. Call
brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801 heat. Shaded back yard. Cal qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. Heghts! 473-4135. SOx-I' For Sale very attractive i:
NW Mm Or. Alachua Homes MODELSOPEN 376-0&62. Phone 376-4068. STU BBS, bedroom 1-bath .home. 4612

6690.Inc. Call Frank Tnomas FR -6- 10 a.m. Til Dark FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section 37 Real Estate Exchanged INC. E. University Ave.; walking .
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths BEST BUY In buying qualities and i distance to Lax Forest
FEATURES Price $12,500. $500
: built-in appliances double carport home planning for the dollar. I
HOUSE WITH PERSONALITY for paved street connected ta NW section beyond city limits. SELL or trade for farm land In down and $7940 per month.
sale by owner. Lg. 3 BR 2 bath Fireplaces Small Young executive preferred area. Alachua County. 3 Bedroom. spacious Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy
sewer. down 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
House to Rent? home has Fla. Rm. living Rm. Custom Screened kitchen porches cabinets Days phone 372-3826. After payment.6 3 bedroom. 2 bath. spaci 0 u s house. Quiet neighborhood.Close I Jr. Day FR 67290. nights FR
Inside patio garden extra Ig. P.M. 3764774. throughout. Entrance hall sep. to University. FR 2-0992. 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
porch. taulIMn kit.. many extra Oversized bathroomsPlus arate dining room. dishwasher. PHONE 376-5394 and 23rd BlVd.FINER .

feature plus Ig. lot. Desirable features many other custom FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. worth your time to see in 38 Real Estate Wanted I r
terms. Durant Estate 561 N.W. home located in Westmoreland Wimberly Estates off NW 39th
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS 2-0954.snh St. No sign up. call FR VA & FHATERMS Estates. On city sewers paved Ave. Phone 372-5489. "We Trade Houses"

St 2 Ig. bath Rms Ig. family I WANT TO BUY
Rm. & living Rm., HOUSES for sal*. 2118 NE 12th HOMESby
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit McKINNEY Central heat, built-in dining kitchen area.In- Terr. 3 ,BR 2 bath. large corner 2 or 3 bedroom home with

cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards lot. $500 cash equity. Take over family room and 2 baths. Kitchen CAPITAL BUILDERS

GREEN Walking distance to elementary & walk to schools. close to payments of $91 monthly. Fur must be equipped. Central offered thru
Jr. High SchOOls. Shopping & U of F & medical center FHA niture also available. Call 372- heat preferred. Must be priced DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES
DEATONREALTORS 6458. right with reasonable down payment -
Churches. $22,700. Down
payment $1,700.
Immediate Write to Box 365-A.
Hugh Edwards Inc.
occupancy. Drive by
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler paneled Den which may be usedas Gainesville Sun. From your first look at this I DOWN VA
372-1551 372-9545
JUST daily 376-9048 4th BR Living room; Din- beautiful Ocala block split level
night. 39 Out of Town Property
Only $100
Ing room; Florida room; 2 full home on its full acre hillsidelot
EVERY DAY until it is rented : must see this attractive home Redfranks BY OWNER. attractive 4. BR 2 tiled Baths; Kitchen with built- you can be certain that II MINIMUM DOWN FHA
that Is Ideally located In the North bath. lovely yard planted In Ins; Carport; Utility Room and STARKE: 11 room. 3 bath homeon here is class all the way.
east that we have lust listed before pines & azaleas. Air cond.. cent. Storage Area; Paved Patio; large lot In choice neighbor 3000 sq. ft. of living area plus N.W. 6th St.
you buy. 3 Bedroom Living & 'Real estate heat. del. utiL rm. & swim club Hardwood floors Central heat hood. Close to bank. church. screened & roofed terrace and
!IF RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS schools & market. I & 37th Place
: : Dining room and Florida room membership. Walking distance and air-conditioning; Walking distance post office double carport. 3-4 bedrooms
Built-in Range and oven Cedar to Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. of Finley and Gainesville Ideal for home & office apts.. 3 baths. 34x13' family room. NEW ONE & TWO
lined closets Attic fan Refrig- CHARACTER -Not 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR 6-2349. High Schools. Owned free and nursing home. beauty shoP. etc. kitchen. fully equipped with I
lust another
$40 $1.33
per mo. . per day erator and washing machine house! Large sunken living If no answer FR 2-5567. clear; arrange your own financ $22,000 or trade for Gainesville Chambers bullt-ins separate I FLOOR PLANS
Fenced rear yard Garage Space ing. 1918 N. W. 11th Road. FR property. Write Box 277 Starke .
with dining and
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day i galore 1460 sq. ft. Can be FHA large room dining area fireplace.modem 3 near BR 2 Littlewood.bath concrete Terms block to home suit 2-1 052. Fla. which i are room adlacent living to terrace room 3 BR. & 2 BATHS
financed. Call FR 2-3617.
I built in kitchen with provide
buyer. Owners an area large enough
moving out of ,
$55 per mo . $1.83 per day stainless steel sink. 3 State. Call 372-3793 621 N.W. 35th NE. 4 BR. 2 bath. Ig. kitchen rththe600 aspiring hostess. SALESMAN ON PREMISESORCALLFR22511
QUALITY large bedrooms 2 baths. St.NEW. built-in stove. screened por c h. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN sq. ft. recreationroom i I
Central heat & AIRCON- dbl. utility cent. heat air con I for rainy days and teenage FOR
$60 per mo . $2.00 per day i I Top N. W. location. 4 B. R.. 3 bath DITIONING for summer MODERN 2 BR. CCB ditioner. Near elem. & |Ir. high JR. fun there is room for all. WALTER STODDARD,
< home located on 140 x 550 lot. The months ahead. All this and house. 3 lots. Utility room. tile schools swim club member I Many, many other features Including
living room. dining & Florida bath ship. 372-1854. Homes. Lots. Income. Bus- EMMETT HOLLOWAY
I room more situated on % acre terrazzo floors. Ig. screened central and air
$65 per mo. ... $2.16 per day !, room are extraordinary. Air wooded lot In one of porch. Access to Lake Santa iness and Lake Property. conditioning. And heating best of all. CHRISTINE STONEDAN
I'conditioned for year around com- Gainesville's finest West- Fe. 12500. See across from Post Farms and Acreage. only $35,000 with flexible terms.
tort. Cannot be duplicated at the Office. EYES RIGHT! E. C. "CURLY- KUEHN. Jr.
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day l[ asking price. For complete tnlori side residential areas. Only Earleton Fla. 63IN.MAINST. NW 21st Place at 34th St. BYRD ASSOCIATES INC.
$24,500 terms to suit- Phone 372-3265 825 N.W. 13th- St.
3 BEDROOM house in for appointment.
i mation call 3723617. FHA or conventional fi- on See real dream living In Shadow FR 6-2032 Broker FR C-6544 I JACK DE YOT-REALTOR
$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day nancing. Call 6-0817 Manor.down payment(Kincaid small Road)payments.S m a II Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. I

CLOSE TOSCHOOLS Phone FR 2-2940 after 6. D. Oliver Bldr.Ph. jj iiiii i
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SPLIT LEVEL living In .
$80 per mo . $2.66 per day this 3 -bedroom Enjoy 2 bath 3 BR. 2 bath paneled Fla. room. West on NW FR 39th 2-0444 Ave. past

CCB home. Large living dining room. 1900 sq. ft.. windowair the Glen Springs interstc- WATCH FOR I
$85 per mo . $2.83 per day A comfortable 3 B. R. 2 bath home room. nice kitchen plus conditioner. draperies I tion. See sign on left. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT Il 1 mI !
with central heat. Monthly charges patio. $14,500 with only $450 fenced back yard. $1500 dwn.,
$98.00 which includes taxes and 4012 S.W. 19th St.
down. Call 376-0817. phone 29026.
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day interest. Call FR 23617.ASSOCIATES Cooperative apartments to Hope"H" I IWe
3 BEDROOM CCB. 100 x 100 lot. be built In Gainesville. For
Choice location. Easy terms. BR. : Information call FR 62921or Inc.
$95 per mo . $3.16 per day J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCol. have several CB homes 2 I Phone 485-2491 Brooker after 8. bath. 2050 sq. n. living area. write: 1IIIIJIIIJIIIIJ'IIIJJIIIDtIJI!
or 3 bedrooms that can be central heat built.In kit. 1 blk.
J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire bought with a minimum NEW concrete block home on 3 from Westwood Jr High 2 P. O. Box 13956 1115 NW 40th Drive Trade Homesor I
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Multiple Listing down payment with monthly acres of land, north of Gainesville blks. from Littlewood elem. Gainesville, Fla.
payments LESS THAN city limits. Buy furn. or school. Ideal for 1g. family or Park I 3 Br. 2 Bath PropertyThe Ii
J.W.KIRKPATRICK. RENT. Call 376-0617. unfurn. Price furn. $9000 with family and elderly persons. University We must sacrifice this eIImrmlmmnnmmHIIIHIIIlnllllllllll
good terms. Phone owner after Priced for Immed. sale. $2'.500.
CHOICE BUILDING SITES -reasonably 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or 462-1175. 3449 N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893.L Apts. -Our inventory is too I
priced good selection I much-We will take s
available. Call 376-0817 for de LOOKING -- :- $850 for
i HANDSOME traditional residence; ----- our equity. following are ready for II
one of the most beautiful in tails. SEE this 3 bedroom. 2 bath. FlorIda You assume $17,000 occupancy.
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Gainesville. Space. design. custom room central heat home on Approximate a
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor mortgage.
details and special quality Myrtle Lassiter AssociateWm. large corner lot near schools. HOUSE HUNTING? 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
throughout for the discriminating E. "Bill" Harris Associate 906 N.E. 20th Ave. Hurry this.to take advantageof 4-BR. 2 bath. $700 down. 15 ,
buyer.SLIGHTLY $107 mo.
7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817
suburban. Several most Res 372-7943. 376-2927. BUDGET HOME 3 bedroom. -
attractive three bedroom. two MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING large screen porch fireplace. 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.
bath houses, each with I large $350 down. payments like rent. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST 3 Br. 2 Bath 3 BR. 1 V4 bath $400 down.
well kept lot and 1033 N.W. 22nd Ave.
35 Houses for Sole' 35 Houses for Sale paved street.room Prices range from FORDYCEREALTOR I Our Loss Your Gain m per mOo i

$15,000. to $20,000. SMALL FAMILY nearly new 2 HOMES TODAY: -Our inventory must
3330 & 3320
SUMMER places: On Cowpen bedroom home in nice area
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom lake. furnished. two bedrooms S8- Reasonable terms. Call for complete I be lowered We will NW 30th Ave.
bath. Central heat. central air 2 bath home central heat. take $850 for
800.00; on Lake Rosa comfort information. 89 our equi- 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn. $79.30
cond. Northwest. $19.000. Call hardwood floors. 2-car garage. able three bedroom. deluxe $15,400Three ty. You assume $13.600
per mOo
Lot 105 127.
376-2727. x down. $94 per kitchen. extra deep lot. $18- .
month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call (Approx.) mortgage -
000 Lake Serena exceptional ALACHUA
NW SECTION for sale rent 3 :
and 4 bedroom. 2 bath.or CCB FR 22727. residence and other buildings Country Estate bedroom, two bath colonial model. All brick Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI.

home. City water lights and ARMY Officer transferred. must 335 feet lake frontage. 5 Bedrooms and 5 acres. This REALTYAssociates front. corner lot, paved street all city services, walkto now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1. i
sewers. Shown by appointment. sell 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. $25,500.EXCELLENT schools. $550 IImIIIIWIIIIIImmmnmllmlllllDIIIII 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 dn.
Phone FR 2-3826. room. selection of lovely home has everyting you need in elementary and Junior High Only per mo.
In N. W. Near School. $15.500. space. Just outside of city lim These homesare
lots: Over an acre in restricted down; only $94.53 per month complete.
MORE FOR THE MONEY. this 3 Negotiate equity. FR 2-5043. its. Only $25,000. Terms to be ar Arie FOR RENT
Smith. Realtor
for split level house
area. good and almost ready for 205 SE 38th St.
Ig. BR, 2 bath, panelled LR. ranged. Call today. Fordyce & Associates Mabel Associate new occupancy.
Little- Gore.
7500. In $681
WHY PAY RENT? Bath. $300 dn.. $M
fireplace attached garage HW Inc. 376-1236. per
New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom tile wood area. all improvements. 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448 es 124 SE 7th St.
floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner
bath $65 per month. Located on $4,500. Small acreage. closeIn. 3 BR 1 Bath

lot.500. $450 Near dp.Stephen FR 2-8851.Foster. $14- S.trade-Ins.E. 45th Call Terrace.FR 2-2372.Also some areas.J.. $9,900. : many others In all Vine CoveredCottage MOTHER'S JOYlMother's $13,500Three 1 Year Lease, $100 per Mo. 304 303 &SE 3 USE 38th 39th St. St.

BY OWNER 3 BR, 1 bath carport W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor can be yours. $300 down ; mmnmmnllnnl! mlnrlllmmnrllrIllll1lJllI !! !! !! 3 BR, 1 bath. $500 -dn. $44
fenced back yard. Assume WEST VILLA ESTATES and approximately $50 per month. Day will be completeif per mo.IIl1l1nfllllIIIIJIIJIIIllnlllllmhllllIDllnnrmnhll.
best 2005 NW37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled Member Multiple Listing Fenced yard. delightful floor plan. you move her Into this BRAND
FHA loan. Equity offer.
bath model with double
NEW 3 BR. 2 bath home at bedroom, one access -
Total price $3,500. Must be to Norwood
1745 NE 21st Place. Ph FR 6- bath. wall-to-wall carpeting. central 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 seen I !
2961. heating built in kitchen ASSOCIATES be appreciated. Call Fordyce & 3669 N.W. 16th Ave. Half acre to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. lOOx

includes dishwasher. Located on I, Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. Associates 376-1236. lot. Air conditioned. Elec. Kit. 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. The following are under construction
3 BR CCB house corner lot. fenc- large wooded lot with circle W. Reece Capt.. USN Ret. Family room. Spacious through.out. and will be
$81.00 1 month.
ed back yard. 4 yr. equity. 2215 drive Orig. cost 20000. balance Roman .. $23,500. Terms will please Monthly payments only per Ii ,Hope for occupancy soon. i
NE 15th Terr. FR 2-5538 after $17,380. Equity $600. payments you2Mothers
4:00 p.m. incl. taxes and Ins. $143 per accents this lovely home. worries are over. Just
let children In "H"
the play this Inc.
mo. Phone 3729172.HAZEL Over 2.600 sq. ft. provides a gracious -
$60 per month. good credit will require fenced half acre yaM. Spacious $15,000 3236 NW 29th Ave. .

no down payment. 2 BR EstateFor grow 4 bedroom in. Air home conditioned with spaceto and 4 BR. 2
frame home Cyprus paneling. HEIGHTSSe. Many extras. See at 4147 N.W. per mOo
1704 NE 1st Ave. Immediate oc centrally heated. Low down pay
36th St. Owner will sacrifice for
4-bedroom and 3-bed- Call & Associates. Property
cupancy. FR 2-4692. room.our 2-batb CCB homes with the discriminating home buyer ment.Inc. 376-1236.Fordyce quick sale. Three bedroom, two bath Sherwood model. 1200 3301 & 3311

FOR only $450. down $91.27 per built-in electric stove and oven. that wants the advantages oftha'Cotmtry'end 3-So conveniently located at 607 square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down 1IIIIIIJJiIIJIIIIIIImlllmlnmtlDlfnnllllllfIIID! !! !! NW 30th Ave. .
i .tlle conveniencesof NW 19th Ave. 3 2 baths. --
month paMwnts you can qua Central heat, city utUities. VA or $450 FHA. Monthly of 4 BR, 2 bath. $650 dn ..$91
lify for 4 BR, 2 bath home 1806 Wired for television' and tele the city. this is the home for Exclusivelyfor Designed for real family enjoy payments ALL OUR HOMES ARE
NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside phone. Large yards completely you. Custom designed and built the executive. Architecturally ment. Large LR with fireplace. $91.00 per unit complete. 5 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mOo
& outside completely. For appt.to grassed. Hazel Heights is in for the large wooded lot over designed young 3 bedroom 2 Family room. Elec. Kit. Cent. B SEEING ANYTIME IFs
see call 372-0481. the city limits. Equipped with looking the water you will love bath home. Air conditioned wall heat a real buy at 17500. Extra YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave-
sewer lines close to bus stop. the foyer the spacious living lot available if desired. 3 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 .dn.. $84
beautiful kitchen
) BR. 2 Datns Ig. LR. walk-in to wall carpeting. a
room with fireplace roomy kit. 4-Owner SELL NOW. Just out- $12,250Our 4-5301 or FR 6.7989.I1W1III1I11I1BIII6IIB1E28WIIBB1IIWII5U1IIWWIU2 .
closets. dishwasher Sm. down low down payment. conventional and family room. A truly deluxe says per mo.mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
chen Including range refrigerator side City. Shaded half lot.
loans. Located on Northwest acre
VA Swim home. Call & As-
payment. Fordyce
mtg. pool
a 39th Ave.. West of 13th dish washer and deep Deep well. Sprinkler system. 3SR. !
privileges. 376-1583 after 5. St. Shown by appointment. freezer separate dining room. 4 sociates Inc. 2 baths. Cent. heat. Familyroom.

3 BEDROOM CBS home in New- phone FR 23826.COMING. lovely bedrooms. 2Vi baths. anda 3761236.DUPLEX Carport & utility. Let's best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone
berry on nicely landscaped acre 12x45 front screened porch. talk over price & terms. bath home new and distinctively different at $400
lot. Reasonable down payment. The 2098 sq. ft. of living area
Terms to suit. $10,000 S. E. I Is centrally heated and air con High Income return with this UNIVERSITYREALTY down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees. $74,00 a month

Sapp. Realtor. Newberry Fla. ditioned by 3 A-C units. An add wonderful bargain. Good Mortgage total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family. SEEGainesville's
low taxes. Call today. For-
ed feature is the University
3 BR. Fla. Rm., Carol Estates. tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located dyce & Associates. Inc. 376-1236. All city services, walk to elementary and Junior High
near Metcalf & Howard Bishop. VILLAGE lust outside the city limits schools.
Pay equity & assume VA loan this Is an exceptional buy. 1115 N. Main St. Ph 372-4351 All of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street

with 376-0539.$77.94 mo. payments Phone GREEN CALL TAILSlIf US NOW FOR FULL DE FORDYCEAssociates Assoc.W. M.S.Munroe.E. McLaughlin Realtor Frank Ro- N.W. 13th and 14th Place, and are readily accessible -

N.W. Section. 3 Br., 2 baths. large by Roy McCann. T. C. Douglas to downtown, medical center, VA Hospital, and most exciting new homes

carport and utility. Paved street. VILLAGE you are looking for a fine INCOME Inc.Real nearby shopping center.
curbing excellent condition PROPERTY call us to Estate Exchangors now on display at Highland Court
rear Terrace well landscaped. see this 3 bedroom home with Jr.FRED
attached 2 bedroom apt. Both Multiple Listing Realtors Manor.
Reasonable 372-5756 GREEN completely! furnished and only Grace S. Fordyce. Broker WHY PAY RENT?

OWNER must sacrifice 3 bedroom $13,300. Apt. is rented for $70.00 Dudley Goulden Associate '
2 bath. large Fla. room month.REDUCED Harvey Ben ton. Associate
and living room. built in kitchen VI LLAGE per 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 ARNOLD

carport. 1705 sq. ft. liv. Beautiful lot In I
ing area convenient to schools. Black Acres near University BUTLER BROTHERS ELEVEN
1321 2633.N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2- GREEN Golf Course now only $3,200. ParrishPresents REALTORBest

BR. homes. nice and clean. Cash
price $2500 for each. Wired and REALTORMULTIPLE Buy Phone: FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 nights
sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James l_ GREEN completely: new models ranging from
3 BEDROOM. 2 bath home at
Bowdoin In Newberry 4722258. LISTING
PHONE 372.1494ASSOCIATES IMMEDIATE occupancy can be economy price of 815.100.'SCar. ------ ---- $14,500 to $18,200.aII with VA and
GLADYS SMITH VILLAGE : I I had on this pleasant 3 bed rier" central healng air conditioner -
room masonry home on nice unit. hardwood FHA
MARCELLA PARDIW. approved plans.HOME'S
Florida Park lot. within walking .
fenced The Correct
yard. Attractive location
distance of Gainesville High andJ.
I dy I wild! at 3806 S.W. 18th St. GREEN near schools and University. -
J. Finley Elementary Schools. .
17400. Call 372-5393.

M ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bedroom % Address Fort
FOUR bedrooms. two baths In VILLAGE I attractive home with central Large HomesQUALITY j
P.K. Yonge area. 1246 S.W. 9th heating' and fully aircondi-
Road. $20,000. Call 372-5393. home on beautiful landscaped Young
tioned. This was one of the new j
I lot N. W. 3rd
GREEN on Place.
homes In the 19 2 Parade of
THREE bedrooms. two baths closeto New listing Lg. corner lot. S.W. Homes Show. Let us tell you I I Soacicus bedrooms large living 3' ExecutivesPine
room with fireplace
University. 7 S.W. 26th 3 BR.. 2 bath CB. dbl. garage. more about this one. dining room
Street. $17,900. Call 3725393. VILLAGE Fla. room. central heat 2.000sq. $30,000.overlooking attractive terrace. with three and four bedrooms
ft. living area 2200000. Immediate PALM VIEW Estates. An attractive several
FOUR bedrooms two baths off occupancy. Call Mary 4 bedroom masonry home. Forest with
16th Avenue at 1501 N.W. 37th GREEN Moeller. Built-in kitchen units. living and Cool ComfortOVER spacious family rooms, Reserve
:Terrace 21000. Call 372-5393. dining room drapes TV antenna. -
central air conditioning and 1900 sq. ft. of aireondltlon- yours now.Nothing .
BLACK Acres 14 S.W. 32nd Street. VILLAGE SPACE & BEAUTYA heating. Reasonable financing. ed luxury. Panelled familyroom V ii1 S Brick & BlockConstruction

extra bath home.large $31,500.three bedroom.Call 372-5393.two GREEN near lovely schools.3 Br. Ig.2 bath screened home.porch N.E. MASON MANOR. Neat '4 bedroom. garage.dining with Refrigerator.brick room fireplace.huge stove two dish-Separate car 1 1 Down V.A. '($100 :cl_ sing; ) .

2 bath home. Central heatingand
low down. paymt. $109.00 mOoInc. washer Included. Northwest lo / G.E. Kitchens
SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsin Escrow. Call Mary Moeller. air conditioning. Lovely cation. $25,400 with terms. / I
West Hills. 65000. Call fenced rear yard makes Ideal -
372-5373. VILLAGE play area for children. ConvenIent I bt J'I Air Conditioningoptional
City ( ;:
FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd GREEN CB 3 Br.. 3 acres of land good 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home 4 F I/ )
homesltes too. Approximately
Place. Four bedrooms. twobaths. 12600. Call Mary
years of 100' 130' lot
age on x Sidewalks
10 acres each. -
37000. Call 372539XA
I Moeller. on Newberry Road. Just outside city limits near lake.

BUY In Holly Forest. 3705 S.W. VILLAGE INVESTMENTIncome $500 down. 5 years on balance. Owner Reasonably will pay priced costs at to 12250.refi- Terrazzo Floors COURT MANORModel

2nd Avenue. Three Call bedrooms.3725393. GREEN UNDER $10,000. New 3 bedroom & ._ All City ,
baths. 19500. U.F.
two prop near campus 1
land I homes built under FHA specifications home located NE
for sale or lease. suitablefor and available to qualified nance.ARNOLD ConveniencesWooded on 31st AYe
16TH Avenue Extension. Three small shops. Owner will buildto

bath acres home and three with separate bedroom.guest two VILLAGE Mary suit Moeller.tenant. Investigate. Call closing buyers with costs FHA and financing.No no city. Lots Drive north on Main, turn right at NE

house. $30.000. Call 3725393., taxes. i! Multiple Listing Member 23rd Blvd., continue to NE 12th St. and
SMITH GREEN 1 i 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 a Extra Biq losets
WESTSIDE new residential subdivision Ii
Associates: peter Sieg turn left. Follow
Realtor Multiple Listing MARY opening soon. Acre lots i Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge Screened Porches directional signs.
Associates: Ben Griffin VILLAGE streets now being paved. May Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman l
Anna Caroline Hinson.Noyes.Florence Burns stricted we tell you residential more about area this re-I Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene VA or FHA T

I22i W. University Avenue 372-5393 GREEN MOELLER City limits. FOR SALE 2 BR house. Ig. utility -
rrru carport. screened in 1
EXCELLENT BUY breezeway. $300 down and assume PINE FOREST
Owner leaving town. must sacrifice VILLAGE M. M. payments $62.50 a month.
3 BR. 2 bath. kitchen bullt-ins. REALTOR Call 374-0091 or 372-4502. .
family room central heat & air
conditioning located outsidecity GREEN 1019''W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-4471 MAKE OFFER! By Quality Minded I
limits. For further information ParrisK MUST SELL lovely 4 bedroom
phone 372-3712. STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom home built less than 2 yrs. ago. HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
CCB home. Partly furnished. including Not in _
a development area. Features -
2 BR CCB. 3130 10th St. Stove. VILLAGE appL and washing macho AND ASSOCIATES INC galore inside and out. A 3721551NE Soles office located at NE 23rd
refrig., auto washer air cond.. 10 minutes from Univ.. few MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. luxury home for a discriminating
Included. Total $3500 low down. blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. Wayne Hill Helen Graham family. Flexible terms. Turn Blvd. and 11th Terr. Phone
MS per mo. Drive by or call GREEN i ,soa. 4117 N.W. nth st. FR 2- Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish left off Neberry Rd. onto SuIts 16th Ave. & 15th St. 372-3471
376-1963 after 5 P.M. 4635 After 5:30 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375 :. 527 NW 58th St. I


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-: 45 Furnished Aptt. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 64 Household Goods 66 Mise For Sale. 83 Motorcycles & Scooter 87 Automobiles Waster

CLASSIFICATION INDEX Ii 2BR. nice lot. fenced. $90 per WELL kept show the results 1952 ALLSTATE Cruisaire $5100
Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed- mo 1 BR. near campus $75 per T-A-G APPLIANCESTested of regular carpets Blue Lustre spot 195S Allstate Cruisaire $125. Bothpa.nted. Wanted, 1.50'thru 1954. Fords VOLKSWAGEN

room apartment. Tile bath. $65. mo. Frank Roby. at FR 4-2937 and Guaranteed cleaning. Rent electric sham- Call FR 3-3223._ and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th
733 S.E. 5th Awe. FR 4-O&44 or or 2-4351. 42 Refrigerators from $39 up St. Al '-vlca. Station.
Herodon S
SI. McDaniell Furniture Co.
NKDUKCEMENT I pooer 1963 Cushman Eagle. Good shape
FR 29569. Mr. or Mrs. Thomas.I 9 Ranges from S39
1 la..Mtmonam REAL NICE 2 bedroom furnished 17 Washers from up Gainesville Shopping Center. no tag. S400 new, now ?? Phone
$19 up
S Card .t 'Tbk.S tl Wanted te BIT 'I BR 1226 NW 8th St.. $65 per house tile bath S. hardwood 8 Dryers from S49 up CLEAN your rugs 8. upholsterywith 376-365. DODGEDARTDODGE
Lost aV Fo.n4 *J Machinery T*U ma. Call McKinney-Green Inc. floors. separate living and din 2 Food-Freezers from m up amazing Lustre Foam.
4 Personalised Serrlc. ,IS BuildIng Materials FR 23617. : ing Rm. No sm.Ph.chndren'or FR 4-2823. 2 Dishwashers from $49 up Use our applicator free. Call 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE
S Travel InfornatfcmSpecial flnsehold C*.d* pets $115 per mo. 10 TV Sets from $35 up Home Beautiful Furniture 1703N. MILLER-
: S Notteee e.s Aatif ici ONE-1 BR turn apt. with private 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. Main St. CONDITIONING. Tune up @
7 Florists M :1sc. Fer 8UC8 I ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. :372-5303 Special. SZ50 for performancetest. BROWN
...-1I.'T StttertTThM 'Car. 'n Trading Pasts conditioner. Walking dist. to open. Call FR 4-4230. GE electric stove 30" oven. $65. All makes and models. _u
t flacel T* Ge AndTAUTOMOTfVE' Articles Waited town. Call FR 25514. MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL 8. KEL- GE refrigerator 13'. $100. Other Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 119 SE First AY*. 1030 E. Univ. so-ass
I ROOM. 2 bath very clean & VINATORS. New automatic household items like new. Phone -
rTbdIo2: !. S Pad oa Woods : MO. nicely furnished home at 109 NE .washers from $138_99. Intwjachen 684-5716. Conditioning Servicing Center. 372-4343 FR 2-3582
70 Btt. Marine Eanlp. = I Month to rnc rental or lease to 3rd St. $150 per month. Ph. 376- New Refrigerators from $158.88. 204 N. Main St.. Phone\ FR 2-
.'1 C..p -4.Fbh suit tenant-1 bedroom furnishedApt. New Freezers 2561. --- .
if! 0002 or contract H. C. Bellinger from $139.95. 70 Boats-Marine E4ufp. -
7. Alrylane Satee-KesUfa 78 Office Ftfvfpmei t available at 1204 NW 23rd Starke. New kemaker refrlg. from $279.95. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Au-
*TJ MobDo Homes fer Sale ,73 Mulct" Merchandise I Blvd. Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 16' REGAL LANiER Cabin Cruiser tomotive repairs and tuneup.

-'II Tracks fer Sale man Realty1113 N. Main St. FOR 3 BR RENT home completely, fenced back furnished.yard. THE VARIETY STORE and trailer. Phone 2-5689. Miller 8. Sons. 732 N.W. 1st St.

-,1 Trucks Wanted a 2 BR furnished apt.. living rm. air conditioned. near schools & 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Phone 37J-0080. 64 RAMBLERS
-It Traeton 4k Track Bentato REAL ESTATE FOR SALE dining rm., kitchen private shopping. FR 6-C63I. 63484. 16 ft FABULAS Commander etc. starter.Mark
-lit Trailer Rentals bath. Adults anly. Married 75 Mercury engine. 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE
.SS Motorcycles ft Scooters S3 Lt. for Sale couple or 2 or 3 sober male FORDYCE RENTALSCall 66 Misc. For Sale running light heavy duty trailer.
FR 2-
"*8I A mte mobile Repairs .4 Waterfront Property I students. No pets. $100 per our agency to find the $950. 2215 NE 15th I BUICK '63 225 Convertible, AM
:85 Aitomebnes fer Saie 15 Hmse Fr Sal month. Apr. 20 through August. house you wish. Many listed. SINGER 5538 after 4pm. Conditioned. Take up payments. ARE ROLLING!
i1-i Swap CanEDUCATIONAL M Cotea,.. Far Sale E Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. Also apartments furnished. FEATHERWEIGHT I White red Interior FR 6.
>7 Real Estate Exchange Ph. FR 6-7212. $7 per month. Balance $68. 72 Office Equipment 5816.

: 3* Beat Estate Wanted 3 NICELY furnished apt*. for rent. FORDYCEASSOCIATES 115 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075 I CADILLAC SEDAN 1957 DeVille. LOWEST PRICED

-IS SeaoeU A Instraettea S. Ont of T.w. Prepertr I 1-1 BR apt. 2 2 BR apts. 503 INC. BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office Loaded with everything. $550. 1806
.-11-Musie." DaietngZ0 '0 Easiness Properties NE 4th Ave. 926 W. Univ. 376-1234 saIlfish 6'2". By Al Pfleguer. : supply dealer ChesnuTsOffice N.W. 38th Terrace. Phone :377-0481.
Residential Equipment you
WantedInstruetlisEMPLOYMENT Ineem Miami. Fla. Only $145.
4t Farms Acreage NICE large quiet cool. first floor 2 BR Kit. equipped, 1206 N.E. BoV. 1490 Hawthorne The Tackle to come In and shop. or call for j CORVAIR Mania, '63, equipped
43 Colored Property Rentals I furnished apartment. Good resIdential 9th Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKInney Rd. free delivery. Chesnut's Office with radio heater white side TOP TRADEINBEST TERMS
41 Colored Property Sales g section. Convenient to Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. SIMMONS Mattress & box spring. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. I wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
17 Work Wanted Male stores and bus lines. With I n and chest of drawers.
$40. Call Gainesville. Assume payments small
In Downtown equi
NE 14th Terr. Ave.
:3 BR house at 1311
1m. 1C Work Wanted Female walking distance of square. No 376-4.582- I
ty. Will consider older car for
RENTALS Stove & refrigerator. $115 per
It Sale Help Wanted ; children or pets. $65 monthly.
equity. Call owner at :372-1441.
Phone FR REPOSSESSED Merchandise
mo. singer portable 73 Musical
Phone FR
13 Help-Male .r Female 6-5846. ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays.Ford Ridgway Motors
11 Male 44 Cottages For Real 6 Realty. Zig Zag and attachments. RB.
HelpWantedDrataiti.. 43 Famished Apia. LARGE front apt. near bus line 2 BR partially furnished house sews forward and reverse ap- Convertible 1960 Cresthner.
46 & stores. Private entrance $85 plique $395 equity for $200. Balance
11 Female Untarnished Apia. and 3 BR unfurnished house for monogram fancy stitches ORGAN SALE .1
Usip Wanted
per mo. Phone 376-5805. and etc. $6 SIMS financed. Call
R. U
47 Home for Bent Farm. rent. $70 & $30 per mo. Ph. 376- per mo. Bal $36. Of Christmas Left overs. An Black
I. FARMS LIVESTOCK 48 House for Bent Cn/aro. MODERN EFFICIENCIES A Ir 556S from S A.M. to 7 P.M. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. new organs. Savings up to 30 37 IK.HILlMAN. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433
4* Eoorak lot Bent conditioned Phone A. E. Harp cent. Earl's Piano Co. convertible. 1951 Minx
Used Baby bed like per
: Fcrm Equipment 10 Hotel Booms 02 3 BR, separate living rm. & dining new. Call 3722222Automotive
FR 6-5576. 702 W. Univ. Ave. In good condition. usa Call FR
87 Feed Fertiliser2S 11 Mise. Rental rom., carport. Located near FR 6-2027 2- 702.
livestock ft Sippliei IlL Wanted T* Bent 5i FOR RENT comfortably furnished schools. $85 per mo. 1110 NW _
29 Landicaplnr Tep Soil K Boarders Wanted apt. in Melrose rent $35 per 40th Ave. Call 376-5920. SINGER Repossessed LINCOLN 1953 full power, auto.
SO Pets ft Supplies mOo plus light bill. Use of SLANT NEEDLE trans. Excellent condition. $250or
BS Office Desk
Space FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom Model 301. like
SI Livestock WaitedFIFIAHCIAL 64 Frigtdalre washing machine. Apply new. with all best offer. Call :372-8441 ext.
Bailneis Rentals 2 bath. central heat, built-in attachments. Take
I over pay 21 or see at 239-B Flavet III.
Ray Blrrt. Cities Service.
stove. Can 485-3811 after 3 p.m. RAMBLER
ments $7JO monthly $65 full 77 Mobile Homes for Sale '
SERVICE 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart 716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom rlce. Sold for over co new. PONTIAC Catalina 1962 convertible.All .
M Basinets Opportunities S3 Special SerrleeitJ ments, some air conditioned. home CCB. Hardwood .floors. Call FR 2-2051. power. $2250. Call after 5-

57 Moan to Lean Homo Impr..eatot Summer rates near University Walk in pantry attic fan vene- THE BEST COSTS unrivalled 376-5620.
U Mertcaseefi : Badlo TY Serrlee and Medical Center. '14 S. W. tian blinds. Separate dining service your Philgas LESS. Distrl- WYATTTrailer VW 1500. The all new look In
Monej Wanted 23 Appliance Fnmitnre 7th 6-2664.Ave. Phon. FR 6-3442 or FR room. Tile bath and utility room. butor. Fuilgas. Inc. 376-5392. Volkswagen Why buy the old TRADE INSAre

iiMJIlIIIlI Available now. FR 2-8445. Beetle when you can have VW -
--11JI! IIBBDIIII 2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. 191* FOR SALE OR TRADE- Combination quality plus room and HP.
3 BR.. study. Lr. Rm., Dn. Rm., Pulpwood Sales
saw and lawn
N.W. 36th Ave. $52 month. CIII Call FR 2-5444 after 3 p.m.
39 Out'of Town Property 45 Furnished Apts. FR 24224.I Kit. equip. breakfast nook near mower. Double oven range dishwasher weekdays.
city park, shopping center.' Call Westinghouse dryer. HorneofPacemaker
HOUSE FOR BR furnished. $50 per'mo.. 2 FR 4-2693. Will trade for good utility traileror Mobile Homes '63 OLDS JETFIRE, R&H, factory Clean and Better .
sale In Keystone BR furnished. $60 per mo. 722 boat. Tel. 372-2954. Shasta and Airstream air 4 speed transmission Turbo
Heights, Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths, I 2 BR trailer, S x 45', swimmingPool. NE 3rd Ave. Call 376-1963 after 2 BR 1 bath, unfurnished houseat Travel TrailersOcala's charged engine etc. New
acre lot.will sacrifice. Appraise Call 372-1367 evenings. 5 P.M.EFFICIENCY. 138 SW 9th SL $80 per mOo USED Underwood portable typewriter First Mobile Home cond. Mr. Green FR 2-3415. Used Cars
at $18,000. will sell for $14.990. Call University Realty 3724351. 6 outside doors. locks Dealer Since 1948
Call -376-1168, Gainesville, after 5 ONE bedroom furnished Apt. completely apt.. private en- LARGE 6 room house.2 bedrooms and hinges. Various types of 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. JEEP STATION WAGON, motor
private, close In town of trance & bath. Lights & hot water can furnish stove & refriger- moulding & electrical fixtures & Phone 629-1358 lust overhauled good shape. $250
Waldo. Couple only. Call 468- furnished. Summer student heater. Also plumbing supplies & Fla. cash. Call anytime 485-2881.
p.m.jo ator. 414 NW 22nd Ave. Call Ocala 64
Rambler 660 Station
1595 Waldo. preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. Propane Bottle Energy. Phone Wagon, Automatic;
Business Properties Ocala 4291744.UNFURNISHED FOR SALE 1956 BUICK Roadmas-
1 Bedroom duplex, lights and NICELY furnished convenient 2 bedroom house. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES ter, all power good condition. Radio Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Executive's -
water furnished. downtown area. $75. Also garage you pick them. Phone 376-8132 after 5:00 P.M.
Couples only. $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- Car.
air conditioned. $90. Adults 12ti cts a In
apt. pint container.
FOR SALE BY OWNER No children or pets. Call FR Lillian's room house $60 month. Furnished your 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South 63 VW Sedan 11,000 mU new
Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. only no pets. Inquire Starling Bros. Farm. Graham
65824.REDWOOD duplex apt.. $90 month. FR Gainesville 372-5113 tires. A-Cond., radio & rs, Un-
of Starke, 343 ft. cor. next & Music Store.PRIVATE 4-7466. E. of Fla.Brooker.St. Road 18, 6 miles Hours > to I. Sunday 11 to 7 der-C. New $2225 now $1595. FR 63 Ford Fairlane 4-dr. automatic transmission -
south of Stacker's. 536 ft. across apartments 4401 SW Brooker 485- 50. ,
newly painted close Service is a must with us. 2-7119 after 5. 1 owner.
road. Ben Suslow P. O. Box 13th St. New 1 bedroom Apt. now in, 3 rooms and bath. Hot and 3 houses for rent. Available now. 2702 or 485-2568._ radio . . $1995
1003 Starke. available for Information call cold water furnished. Off street 3 ,bedroom 1 bath completely GE filter flow automatic washer. 1962 PACEMAKER. 10 x 45'. In BRING out the best In your car.
FR 60427.COMFORTABLE. parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd redecorated. $100 month 714 N.W. looks and runs like new. Also roll excellent condition. $3895. Can Superior Auto painting & body
$100 month. 20xM
per 22nd Ave. Available May Sth air be financed locally. Please call work. Fast dependable service;
Place. around 2 speed fan. good condi- 62 Rambler Ambassador bucket
& freshly painted Inside. 1 and private trailer. conditioned. 3 bedrooms 1W tion. Ph. FR 22436. FR 2-1637 between 3 and I p.m. free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S sets, -
blk. from Court House. 111 S. Responsible students or workIng CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto bath large screened porch, BR. furn- BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. transmission air conditioned solex
: Main St. FR 6-9312. 26 x 8' one completely ,
adults. No pets, or children.Phone shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. $125 month. 601 N.W. 36th. Terr. Hoover PortableNew trailer FR 6-9707.
FR J-9838. Phone FR 21391. $65 per month. available June 7th, 3 bedroom, ished air conditioned 11W Ca. glass nice . . . . . $2195
42 Farms & Acreage $69.95 with partly furn. 20 x 1964 RENAULT 2.000 miles, $1195.
ONE BEDROOM furnished. In- CLEAN and neat near campus Itt bath. fenced back yard $125 DEMONSTRATOR. bana. Excellent cond. FR 2-9886 1961 Corvair coupe. auto trans. $995
cluding curtains and blinds. All and shopping. one bedroom; prefer month. 314 .N.W. 36th Terr, Call $49.95. Guaranteed. between 6 & 7:30 a.m. or 6 & 1960 Vouxhall $350 62 Rambler I
FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE utilities furnished except elec married tenants. Call any FR 2-1476 Sunday or' after 4 p.m. KIRBY SALES & SERVICE 11 1962 Ford Galaxie ... .. ... 1495 4-dor, automatic transmission

RURAL PROPERTIES trlclty. Nice location. $60 month. time. Weekdays for appt. to see. 712 N. Main 6-7110 6-1117. p.m.WE 1963 Corvair Monza 4 In floor radio. heater clean . . . $1495 .
FR 2-3974 424 N.E. 6th St. Ralph FOSSEY RealtorII UNFURNISHED 3 BR house With ELECTRIC typewriter. good condition BUY R&H, steal at $1495. .
ROBERTS C SMITH. REALTOR W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 stove & refrigerator and fenced $95. Call after 5 P.M. 1963 Comet, custom, 4-D, H & H,
U.S. Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy Fla. FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per "Selling Florida Since 1906" USED MOBILE HOMESTop $1495. 61 Falcon Station Wagon, Automatic
-' back yard. 2119 NW 7th Terrace. 372-6738
mo. Water and lights turn. Call
Ph. 466-3120 376-0571.
FR 2-1823, or FR 2-3794. NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM Call 372-8932 or FR 2-6179. 3 THERMOSTAT window fans with dollar paid. phone Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. transmission. Radio .heater, a nice clean

FORDYCEACREAGE 2 BR. furnished apartment. No DUPLEX in town.APARTMENTNicest Good location, 3 Bedrooms 1 bath screened frames 2 speed intake and 2 Only 3 left SAVE at CLOSE-OUT to $1,500 PRICES 1961 FORD ranch wagon. 4 dr.. automobile . . . . $1095 :
electrIc $100 exhaust $20 each. Auto. trans., orig. also
pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR porch range. 1. 3-speed floor owner
64961. on bus line. Couples only. No month. Call Mc-Klnney Green. fan $10; 1. 10" oscillating fan $4. BANK FINANCING 1955 DeSoto a.t., ps.. pb. 4 dr.. 61 Falcon 2 door heater 1 owner $945-
pets. NEW 10' wide mobile homes ,
Inc. FR 23617. Call FR 4-4368. cream puff. See at Smith's Sin
I & 2 BR, 1 blk from campus. $60 Month Town & Country Trailer Sales clair 1605 NW 13th St. or' phone
Small Ranch air cond. optional $76 $101 per Apply 816 NE 8th Ave. :3 BR. 1 bath scr. porch. elec. THAYER baby bed with new mat- 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290. 376-3054. 61 Rambler American, 4-dor, radio, heater
530 N.E. 9th St. $95 tress $30; like new Porta-crib
100 plus Acres >.miles from City. mo.3723617.Call McKinney Green, Inc. AIR-CONDITIONED. 1 bedroom. range.available May 8th Call McKIn- with mattress $18. Call 376-4728. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS FOR SALE 1948 Plymouth good clean . . . . . . $995
twin beds, Danish modem Butts Mobile Homes. Inc
1825 condition. radio & heater. 125.
S27S an acre. Modern House. Green Inc. FR 2-3617. N.W. 7th St.
niture. Located corner of 20th ney 4920 NW 13 St 376-8341 61 Rambler air condition.auto-
fenced and cross-fenced. water, NICE efficiency. 2 beds screened Call 376-1587. 6-cyl, 4-door..
front porch open back electrIcally St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. 3 BR frame house at 2091 SE 10th BOLEN ride-A-Matic tractor with
utilities building planted pine run. $65 mo. 865 NW 31st Call FR 21714. Terr. $55 per mo. Call FR 2-4136. disc and plow good condition 40 1959 Ford. 4-door. Fairlane 500. V- matic trans., radio, a real buy . $1195
windbreaks. Truly a buy.
Ave. FR 20779.EFFICIENCY $175. Call FR 26677. 8. automatic transmission. Radio -
4 Rm. house $33 mo. heater, good condition. $695. .
46 Unfurnished Aprs. per MODELSON 60 Buick, Electro 4 door automatic transmission
10 at FOLDING CAMP trailer NEW
TWO cre parcels one apartment, private 739 S.W. 2nd ( FR 6-2969. 4031 N.W. 36th ..
S225 and one at $330 an acre. bath and entrance. Very clean. Inquire MOON) $95. Model R. John DISPLAY TO CHOOSE radio, heater, power steering,
Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen Ter. Deere tractor $700. Both In good FROM LOWEST PRICES, RAULERSON MOTORSHome
69( ACRES for $165 an-acre. High equipped. $60 per month on ayear's condition. Shell Station Interla- SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. of A-l Used power brakes, in excellent condition .
and rolling and a perfect sight 1962 10 x 50Trailer for rent with RENTALSWe chen Fla. Ph. 684-7711 after 5 CARS and TRUCKSWE
for the dream home. Only 8 TV. Call 376-8716. 376-7327 lease.evenings.Ph. 376-8372 days. have some choice houses and p.m._ TRAILER MART BUY SELL AND TRADE . . . . . . . $1595

miles from Medical School.FORDYCE 3 ROOM furnished apartment. apfs furnished and unfurnished. Hwy. 17. Phone 328-1050 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 372-5285.
CLOSE OUT SALEOn 60 Chevrolet 9 station automatic -
Private bath apply Mrs. Marie BEDROOM large living room MARY MOELL.ER passenger wagon,
VW Deluxe Bus. All
kitchen equipped. Couple pre Wallpaper. 98c a Roll
Fette 112 N.W. 2nd Ave. ferred. No children or pets 1019 West Univ. FR 4-4471 HARPER PAINT CO. UNTIL 9 p.m. ies 5,000 miles. Impeccable. By transmission, power steering and

__ ASSOCIATES, INC 1 Modern.Bedroom.$75 living per month.room. kitchen.212 SE Phone FR 2-4857. FOR 2102 RENT N.E. 17th Terr. $135 10 S.W. 7th St.' 372-4366 SUNDAYS I TO 6 6:09 owner.and Call 7:00.FR 6-1591 between brakes . . . . . $1295

K&-W...UAlv.. 374-1234 7th St.Call Mc-Klnney Green" TWO bedroom duplex, kitchen 2120 N.E. 9th St. $125 NOW you can enjoy cooking with EAST PALATKA. FLORIDANOW -
"- Inc. FR 2-3617. equipped. $35 per month. 1227 N.E. 12th Terr. $125 gas. Gas range used installed SHOWING I
2.4.ACRES-$1600 See at 4166 NW 6th St. FOR THE CORRECT SPECIALS
LOS TRANCOS WOODS 2 Bedrooms living room screened 2732 S.W. 3rd PI. $125 FREE with our LP gas. $65 1964 MOBILE HOMES ONE WEEK
Public utilities paved road front. porch partially furnished. $55 UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms I 2740 S.W. 7th PI. $250 complete. Propane LP Gas. 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor I TIME
age. school bus service. Drive per month. 110 SW 4th Ave. living room. kitchen. See WILBUR BISHOP Realtor SW Archer Road. Phone FR 4- Plans. Terms tailored to meet I 59 Rambler clean $795
West on Newberry Rd.. turn Call I Mc-Kinney: Green Inc. FR I bath. 4V4 miles from downtown. 11 N. E. 1st St. 5110._ your budget. Drive a little. and FR 2-1411 ..
right on SR 241, watch for sign I 2-3617. Good location for children. $75 6-5081 2-2427 ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna save a lot at
oa right,T rms if desired. I month. Call FR 2-3419 until 5, Double stack complete. Noth- CONNOLLYMobile I 61 Rambler ... .. . $1050
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor V bedroom kitchen. $45 per FR 2-2648 after 5. Saturday' and 49 Rooms For Rent ing else to buy, $15. Brants. Home Sales Inc. Courtesy Of

U W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 month. 419 NW 2nd Avenue. Sun. _513 N.W. 8th Avenue._ t Miles North on U. S. 441 Uniyersity.ChevroletN. 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895
Call Green. Inc. FR
Florida Since 1906" Mc-Kinney I Phone 622-8166 I
2-3617. TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately USED Chain Saws $50 New
with up. Closed Sundays Main St. at 16th Ave.
ACREAGE ; lower level of duplex ATTRACTIVE room. private 4 hp saws $89.95. We repairall

20 .acreS paved rd. w of Gainesville -. TWO bedroom furnished apt. ; stove and refrig., situated entrance. In quiet modern home. chain saws 8> lawn mowers. 13' TRAVEL TRAILER gas stove 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
near Univ. & Alachua General Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 Chain saw rentals. McCulloch Ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12-
platted. Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955. Gaines- NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone F student. FR 2-7883.' Wisconsin and Briggs, Stratton 110 Volt light system. Sleeps 4. Ford radio, heater A $aver' . $895
MARY MOELLER ville or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. FR 6-5871. financIng
NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. dealer. Florida Saw Co. FR Real bargain. $850. Bank -
10"-West Univ. FR 4-4471 Box 365. St. Augustine. 4-3411. available. Phone Brooker
Businessman or nice sober stu
1 BR duplex kitch equip. Newly o FalconS
SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house. redecorated. $50 month. Couples dent. $35 per mo. 414 NE 2nd DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY 485-2491.
.,43 Colored Property close In and accessible to all only. 21 NE 13th St.. FR 2-0374. St. FR 4-7212. Chairs, low as S8. No money TWO bedroom house trailer $900. Fairlane NO DOWN PAYMENT '

parts of City. 372-1185. 403 SE I UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom duI I PRIVATE ROOM with bath. I Blk. down, low as $5 per month. one bedroom house trailer $750.
2nd St. plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per from campus $35 a month. 1104 Free estimates pickup and delivery Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 S T-Bird ( I
first is due July
HOME5FORSAIB 9 to 5. 2'/2 months before YOUR payment
to Friday
1 BR., furnished epi., water fur month. FR 2-2372. S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. service. All work guaran- Monday
J-iTBedroonw/ 14th 'St.'4 I teed. Phone 37-77B6. 2 1964)) These completely I reconditioned. Some
nlshed. 4123 NW 12th Tedr $60 SPECIAL THIS WEEK 0 Ford cars are
SE ills Ave. Some no down pay- I NICE room. private entrance and
ment. Some small down pay per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 1 47 Houses for Rent Furn. bath, screened porch on side. I STRAWBERRIES 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre have new paint jobs. Some have brand new tires. Everyone

ment. Monthly payment $57 to ask for Mr. Haynes. I I $40 month. Also one for $30. 25 cts. per quart pick your oem lot. $10,000. I mile S of Paynes Trucks: of them i ready to 90.
S6S. Also homes built on your FURNISHED Apartment for rent Blvd. $9) 865 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. Look for the Major Thomas signon Prairie. For appointments ca 11
for no down payment. with living Rm.. bedroom. tile 2 BR, 732 NW 23rd per I Brooker Road. Phone 6-3052. 2-dr. $12 Mon.I .
lot mo. Call McKinney Green Inc. NICE downstairs rooms close 485- FR The Unexoected from 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Mon. S3 Chev.
Call TOMMY RIDGELL ,bath; air-cond. 1, 2 bedroom 2635.
ell",..... Phone FR .n'l5 Apt. FR 2-9569. FR 23617. In.parking.private 531 SE entrance 2nd PI.off-street Ph. FR LARGE_wardrobe trunk clothes IT'S FOOLISHto FordMusfang I 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon.
2 bedroom
44 Cottages for Rent Freshly painted apartment. $45 : ON large LAKE Florida GENEVA room month or 2-2582. I hangers lrawers.. Like new. pay more. RECKLESS to 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon.
month. See IS S.W. 3rd Ave. Inquire 625 E. Univ. Avenue. less. GET THE REAL
Mathewson Manor. C a II. NICELY furnished room In private pay
After 6. year.GR 5-2530. home. Maid service. ParkIng ROOM air cooler less than 1 mo. FACTS. Payments as low as 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon.

! 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & space. Reasonable rates. i old. $25. Phone 372-3286 after 5 $57.29 per month with $300 down.
ONE ID-room 2 bath house. 55 Chev. 2dr. $31 Mon.
2 Bedroom furnished cottage' clean. For married couples on 2 210 E. Univ. Phone FR 67423. P.M. LAKE GENEVA
screened porches car garage _
no pets. FR 2-5633 ly.sonable.Adults Call no 376-7844.pets. Rent rea Ig. parking lot. Located 805 ROOM with bath & kitchen privi i'TR-3 Sports car. 1960 $995; Sher- Rt. 100 Mobile SE Keystone Homes Sales Ht< Fla_ On DisplaySHAW Lots of Other Models fo Less Money!
FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage. all NE 2nd St. For Information callJ. leges. Working lady or graduate wood elec. guitar & amplifier
electric, tile shower good ventilation EAST SIDE T. Howie. 372-1098. student. 376-6652 after 5 P.M. I 130; Underwood typewriter & SALE &
located on Santa Fe stand $20; Hammerlund HQ 170 78 TRUCKS FOR
3 BR. living rm.. dining rm., $90 MenWomen.
102 NW 13th
Cake. Phone FR 2-5458 or.FR 2- GARDENAPARTMENTS per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer rooms and apts. near campus. C, like new. $190; Collins TCS- RIDGWAY Motor Co.
t. $25. Phone 376-2754. like new.
51A9. male students. McKinney Green day week. month. FR 4-2937 or 1962 Vt. ton Ford 468-1179.pick-up KEETER
Inc. FR 2-3617. FOR Sale
FR 4-1082. : Westinghouse Refrigerator -
45 Furnished Apts.. Frost-Free conditon, .
$57 per month uGainesville's COOL furnished house, on creek ROOM and board for girls. Use $50. Phone 372-2888.good 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 230 W. UniversityFR 1132 South Main FR 2-8433
Finest large lawn & complete hedge. of washing machine. Call FR 66083. 2-0503
furnished Patio with fireplace screened REEL type power lawn mower I
1 bedroom
FOR apartment.RENT Clean and cool. $60 I Furnished or unfurnished porch attic fan carports. $150 $20 extra large attic fan or exhaust RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn Rent- .. __
month. Water furnished. Call Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apartI for period June July & Aug.. NICE large room private entrance fan w-Iouvre $75 W nylon the USA. from United
I couple only. NO NW 36th Ave. close-in. Ph. 376-0266 or rope. large tool chest $4, Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835.
I Ronnie Hayward. FR 2-4761 or I I ment. 309 N E 9th St. Phone 376-
FR -- 134.Appliance. 9408. Ph. FR 2-8384. 372-8855. large trunk $4. Call 372-7506. BARKLEY MOTORS J

PRIVATE catfu entrance, *7tfparking. I: Ait coT\dt\or\ftt' ZC<3 6TU. GAINESVILLEAUTO _

: NicelY. i5 n furnisned.WE. Tto S Newrefrigerator. >- i, $45. 372-1293_ SALES :

Businessmen wish to :, FOR SALE Antique roll top
1007 N. Main St. I
share 3 br home with single desk. Approx. price $75. Can be
! man. Phone FR 44402 til 4 p.m. 64866.BASSINETTE.seen at 1310 S. Main. or call Phone FR 2-6313

after 4 FR 4-4873._ Northcentral Florida

: FURNISHED room In private like new. $15. 1 LargestIndependent
home. Call 372-1431 after i p.m. yr. size crib. $5. R. C. Anderson -
: And BusinessMERCHANDISE 3723770. call. 4-9787.1773 N.E.. 21st Way. or Dealer

54 Business Rentals

BulldozingSMALL c:3ARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. TODAY'S SPECIAL
2nd St. Call John Merrill Real-

bulldozer loader. dump WANTED: Painting. Free estimates tor. FR 2-1494.

J trucks fill dirt. lime rock. TopsoiL No job too small. AIR CONDITIONED 1962 CHEVROLET
I M EARLY new modern office or Discounted 500
Jt Phone :3727846.BULLDOZERS Work Phone to
t guaranteed. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. up
& Dragline, Backhoe FR 2-5630. Ph. FR 4-2472 weseman Realty,
wheel tractors. motor 1113 N. Main St. 4 door, radio heater, standard transmission.

grader.(Buck) Johnson Free estimates.FR 6-6219.W. G. Plumbing :30 x 40 CCB warehouse with rest- Clean, economical transportation. 5-64 Fords 62 Ford
room drive-In door parking excellent -
location. 523 W. Univ. Galaxie "500". 4 door sedan 2 door hardtop Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic taM
JI Concrete Ave. In rear. $75 per m 0 n I N. Carries 12 month GW Warranty & 4 door hardtop, power steering power brakes. mission radio, later, a cream puff, J-ner.

SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Ph. 376-1206 or 3764489. Autati traisio radio heater '-5
& used fixtures complete save you
Price moy.
to con
plumbing service "BIG" JIM N.W. 13th St. Building EXTRA SPECIAL
CONCRETE finishing. Walks. HUGULEY Gainesville Plum structed. Spa c. available for
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard Inq. FR 2-1589. physician dentist lawyer, pharmacy 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair
I etc.. expertly done. Esti beauty shop and barber

mates. Call 372-3884 anytime. RemodelingNEED shop. If Interested Call 376-1831. PRICE $1295CRANE'S 4 door hardtop 4 dr sedan & one convertibe Mania Spyder 4-speed transmisi bucket

All b two have cond'tioning seats, turbo-charged eine. ht box
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA 56 Business Opportunities Reed to only:

A NEW Florida room carport USED CARS 2395 to $2495
pal 10. screened-in porch 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY; on w. 1895
FIREEXTINGUISHER etc.? Call and H done Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity -
now get 516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425
CO. for the right man to get in
I for the summer months. Call
I business witha 6-63 Chevrolets 55 FordConvertible
Sales and Service 372-8049 after 5 PJM. for free the bowling alley
amount of capital. Call
All types of Fire Extinguishers estimates. small
Pick up and delivery service FR 6-2641 Or FR 4-2930. Ask forM 2 d hardtO. 4 door hardtops 4 dr s good top fiis In bright red.
Haytos. air A real fine older car Save
C R. Thomas Ph. :376-SW da s ciioni. cili
t Upholstery transmission yourself a lot money this only
Repair! & Gainesville. Fla. 61 Wanted to Buy power ,steeri.pi radio l.ter. automati o 0

i Air Conditioning i BrokerFHA UPHOLSTER your furniture at 2695 $495_
I Mortgage reasonable prices. Call Sally. WANTED: water cooler must be Yes! It's. True! 2495 to
Experienced. PR -t88ll. priced reasonable and In good 59 Chevrolet

>-l HANDYMAN SHOP and conventional at lowest working condition. Call 3724441.
!9 First In air conditioning and Appliance current rates. Terms to 25 SewingAlterationsALTERATIONS ext. 20 8-5 weekdays. I 3-63 Fiat BeAr 4-dr. hardtop. Compare this price any.

\ repairs. We sell guaranteed years. Will gladly discuss at no CASH for your used furniture refrigerators NO FLIMFLAMNO we In nrtra Florida and yOU come
washers. refrigerators etc. '" obligation. Call tomorrow. on women's stoves TVs clothIng "1100" 4 door sedans. priced from t Bake .
S FR 4-0267. J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor etc. FR 2-3937. William'sService
also buttonholes
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 24494 clothing $1295 $895
AIR: .CONDITION repair, any bets: & dressmaking. Call Center. Hawthorne Road. !
J make or modeL Special price. FRED B. ARNOLD. 3724891.! WANTED to buy 2 used Corvette
window units charged with gas. REALTOR I hubcaos. Call after 5:00. 2-3942 57 Ford
II j_._fiM..s-ilimV+v.Also ,clean FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS Sewing Machine Repair 2201 N.E. 16th Ter. 62 Olds

Utility rooms.Phone garages.37 969.r &. storage 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. :372-3532 J WANT to buy Midget Sprite or New 1964 GMC Pickups Stti Wagon, V-a engine standard tlnb
-_ ._ ,- CALL- Ewl"'G MAChiNE SERVICE Spitfire. 1961-43 low mileage Call I 4 door hlrdop. Fully equipped Iu" good dependable carl
MORTGAGE MONEY CO. 81S W. UniversityAve. 6-4327.. air citiing. lie new one oner cam my and comfort for the family] on that summer
Appraisal Service SVt per cent Interest. Terms to 3761075. We repair all puff. Pri only vacation trip. .
2S Makes. Work fully guaranteed. WANTED to buy-ISto 15ff. I
years.BUY Ski Boat with 40 to 75 hp mo- 2695 695
FRED ..ARNOLD BUILD REFINANCECall tor. Call FR 2-1229 Days FR $175 DOWN
Tires Alignment
-- REALTOR 2-9756 Nights and SUnday
825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 32511 Brake Service

l2T* rr-UHrV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 GLADYS and conventional Smith Realtor loans. FHA Low VACATION SPECIALON 64 Household Goods $ U 'I 16 Test the Sunbeam.Car "Imp"B

Unique Sports kl
Auto* EquipmentHYDRAULIC rates.. Terms to 25 vears. 1228W. famous nationally known Mohawk RANGES USED APPLIANCES FROM $39.95.- 5O Per _Month ar ey
Univ. Ave. 371-5391- tires . Save up to Racing style engine
from $41.95.TV
59% on new tires. See ou? new Refrigerators
JACKS rebuilt .. FORDYCE and Associates, inc. wrap around retread that olves from $39.95. 0 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
kits" tor Conventional and F.H.A. loans.Can .. mileage t traction. Lath WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
exchanged Repair more
W_''ker J.ckZ Factory authorlxed. -' 316123&Grice Fordyce,, mer Tire Co. 623 N, Main St. I THE VARIETY STORE Including: License tag, state sales tax, life I S 5.00 mile service interval Motors

Walker Hydraulic 'Jack Realtor Fordyce & Associates 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR insurance and finance charges.
Service\ Agent HULL'S BRAKE Inc:.' 2t West University .Ave: WINDOW CLEANING I 4-3484. U_

SERVICE &. SUPPLY, JJ14. \.\ nue. NUBIAN desk and coffee table of I 1495
Main FR 8-1497 WINDOWS cteaned floors cleaned I black oak $15 and $30. Under- "In the Auto GameBerkley's

Auto. Gloss. -- Z-- -' 'Suir1Want AdS: yrs.and waxed experience., houses Free washed estimates.10 I .Call wood FR portable 2-0126.typewriter $20. Tropical PontiacCMC I the Name"
bustness. .- SALE. WILL- TRADE FOR Truck Center'
AUTO co.ssour only '

free. pickup"imrnMltte-Installation& delivery. Adc;I Get Results Yard- Work ONE FREEZERS NEEDING&. REFRIGERATORS REPAIR. 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 2201 K. Main Sh FR2tm4373

beauty It value to your car,r CHARLES WORSHAM specializing GASSED IN HOME J>. BUY I
: N.W. 4rh St. FR 4-2558 pruning. FR 4-1964 anytime.. NEEDING REPAIR. FR 8-1330.


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(AP) The: tablished by Gov. Farris Bryant in the report were an inventory dents and deaths in Florida fig- Radar picket patrol in the North l the U. S. Armed Forces Institute
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Florida Cabinet approved Tues. on the adequacy of road markings ure up to $200()() million loss a
moves to make railroad sailors aboard, the Pearl Har I already have earned credits toward
day broadscale traffic safe year. bor based USS Newell put their bachelors' degrees.
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xvill be put into force. The Cab to long range steps such as'extending d r iv e r education GAINES'JLLEHEARING
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