Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079931:00115
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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1 I Faircloth. ONLY 1,414 VOTES AHEADHigh's ,


Leads Kynes Lead Narrowing -

1,666 Votes 7,680 Votes

:MIAMI (AP) Earl Faircloth led James Kynes in the

attorney general's race today, 466,170 to 464,504, in a Still Pending;
new Associated Press tabulation of all precincts. includ

ing all but 6,864 absentee ballots.

Stall to L ue_ counted were absentee Kelly PossibleMIAMI

ballots from counties, 4e.x
If Waiting including 1,700 in Hillsborough (AP-The tide of ab-

County.The ; sentee balloting moved toward
other counties and the Sen. Scott Kelly today, but it
number of absentee ballots to f r arx apparently wasn't strong

be counted,in each were: ,Q ; a ., aY enough to carry him into a

Columbia 440; Gadsden, 153; 3k.n runoff election for the Democratic

Jackson 336; Lake 368; Lee ; nomination for governor.

475; Leon 800; Liberty 235: Mayor Robert King High of
Monroe 986 Palm Beach 826 xw are Miami clung weakly to second

Putnam 350; and Sumter 235. r rq -
: Faircloth led in the regular : .

voting in the three largest coun- x Final Tally

ties Hillsborough, Palm

Beach and Leon. Kynes led in .
2,279 of 2,279 Precincts
4 all the others which have yet Sn
to count absentee ballots.
'e: Burns 309,068

However, if the percentage of High ._........_..._..... ._.. 206,388
the remaining absentee vote is Kelly 204,974

the same as the regular vote Dickinson _. ._. ._ 183,466

ii in the 12 counties, Kynes would Mathews _-- .,- -.. 139,659
pick up only about 300 votes on 2 3 4 5 500 .
Faircloth. S I S S S S Karl _-.,.. .-..-.,........ 85,578

That would not be enought to Now that the voting machines have done their jobs, hand counting the absentee 'ballots began yesterday and

III FAIRCLOTH.._,_____ ___ win.The continued today as the canvass board counted up Tuesday's election returns. Registration Supervisor Mrs. Alma spot and a berth in the May 26,
official canvass will be Bethea hoped for an afternoon completion time to certify the county's election report with the Secretary of State. secondary primary elc: on.

completed Tuesday. (Sun photo by Eddie Davis.) A new tabulation by the Associated
Press and its members

'Burn' Oil Get in GearBurns newspapers all 67 counties, including and a the recheckof inclu-

1. They 'High' counties sion High of 206,388.,the produced absentee these vote totals in 54:

Kelly 204,974.

Here BAKE Meets To ChartHigh's Still to be counted are approx-
Campaigners Group imately 7,680 absentee ballots

Yl ballots from 13 counties.If .

Do WhatMan the two men receive the
Claiming New BackersBy Alachua Co. RaceBy same percentage of these votesas

KV, they did in the regular vot-

l*il Y JEAN CARVER, Sun Staff Writer Has HAROLD RUMMEL, Sun Staff Writer ing, High would pick up 1,058
Political expatriates from the DickinsonMathewsKarlcamps and Kelly 1,614. This would

are signing up in "overwhelming" numbers, Burns- The second stage of Robert King High's flight to the leave the Lakeland senator still

I' I for-Governor Chairman Wayne Carlisle said this morn- Never Done governorship was ignited in Alachua County last night trailing by 848.

; ing.Kelly by 150 to 200 enthusiastic supporters. Kelly led High in Tuesday's
i* headquarters are "still waiting for word from I voting in 11 of the 13 counties
T J.MUU_11.3 lanu." ATHENS, Ohio (AP-Presi-) Speakers outlined a program for quickly attaching which still have not counted ab-
KYNES dent Johnson said "our strong muscles to the Miami mayor's skeletal campaign sentee ballots.
Jack Williams, cochrirmanfor today : .: : .. ...
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the Kelly committee here, plaints about road department challenge-not tomorrow but to- organization in this county The Here is a rundown of the coun-

said at one point last night Kel- workers taking down the improperly day-is to accomplish objec- organization was almost non- chairman of the Alachua County ties which have not counted absentee -

44 Dead ly headquarters in Lakeland placed signs but did object tives which have" eluded man existent prior to the first primary Democratic Executive Committee ballots, the number of
called in a report, giving Rob- to SRD employes going on kind since the beginning of for High. ballots outstanding, and the per
A time." Then dark-horse High gal- Others elected centage by which each candi-
ert King High only a slight private property to take signs to the committee -
In for delivery loped from a field of six:. candi- are World Travel Service date led in the regular voting: .
In Frisco edge of 509 votes over the Lake- down. a speech prepared -
land senator. at Ohio University, John- dates for governor into runner- operator James Masson, Mrs. Bay, 831, Kelly 4-1; Columbia,

"We haven't "The State Road Departmentwas son said the nation must: up spot and a berth in the sec Shirley Conroy and Mrs. Joanne 385, Kelly 2-1; Gadsden, 153,
given up yet, tearing down signs off the ond primary, May 26. Hahn, wives of professors; Dr. Kelly 3-1; Hillsborough 1700,
Williams said. "Bring equal justice to all our
Air Crash right-of-way," Carlisle said. citizens "Now we need money Marshall Jones, a faculty advisor Kelly by close margin; Jackson,
The Burns drive for the May workers a headquarters," to the Student Group for 336, Kelly 4-1; Lake, 368, Kelly
26 runoff began with a regrouping He said one SRD employewas "Abolish human poverty, political scientist John De- Equal Rights; W. H. Rivenbark, 3-1; Lee, 475, Kelly 2-1; Liberty -

meeting last night at cam- seen by a Burns worker "Eradicate killing and crippling Grove declared. president of the Student Group; 235, Kelly 10-1; Monroe, 986,
CONCORD, Calif. (AP-For-) paign headquarters on Main crawling under a fence to go diseases, and lengthen' the DeGrove was one of State and Charles Engle of Sperry; High 2-1; Palm Beach, 826, High
ty-four persons were killed today Street. onto private property and remove life span of man to 100 or 120 3-1; Putnam, 350, Kelly 3-2;
in the crash of a Pacific Rep. Fred Karl's strongest supporters Also Bill Saunders, an officerIn
"We think the race will be a sign from a tree. years Sumter, 235. Kelly 31.
Airlines plane in foothill country "I don't think in this area. But Karl the local National Associa- Mayor Haycon Burns of Jack-
with High, Carlisle predict they picked out "Eliminate illiteracy,
40 miles east of San Fran finished sixth in the first primary tion for the Advancement of
one candidate and destroyed as "End open bias and active sonville met with campaign
cisco. ed.The and was eliminated.He Colored People; architect Reaves -
county Burns chairmansaid many signs as possible, bu t bigotry, workers Wednesday to map
Dr. A. R. Meade
; Mrs.
An airlines spokesman said he has gotten "excellentresponse" there was a lot of malicious destruction "And, above all else, help to wasn't' the only man to ; Virginia plans for a blitz that gave him
the carried 40 switch to High frrm the band- Leps; attorney Go'din;
plane passen-
about nation lead in the
bring 'when overwhelming
from supporters of by somebody, Car- a day and Oscar an -
Servin and Ek
of three and Olson,
a crew a of a losing candidate dur-
gers said. shall not lift sword to be the state's chief
unsuccessful candi- lisle "There was more up against educators race executive -
governor who
Aviation ob- were leaders of
Federal Agency ing last night's campaign meet- .
destruction nation, neither shall they learn for two
than I've
dates in Tuesday's election."I sign ever the pre-primary High campaign.. years.
server. ing in the University Inn.
The twin engined FairchildF27 had talked to a lot of pen.pie seen." war any more. Gainesville Architect David Other members may be Meantime, his surprise oppo-

was Flight 733. It originated ahead of time," Carlisle ex- The visit to Athens was an in- Reaves was another. named to the steering committee nent, Mayor High, caught his
plained. "We solicited help all terlude in a trip through Ap- breath and continued his low
in Reno.Sheriff's McNamara To Reaves confessed prior af- speakers indicated.
Johnson's second such
, palachia,
Louis Skuse along the way." After last pressure low budget sales pitchto
i Sgt. reported filiation with fourth-place finisher night's mass meet-
tour in -
13 aimed
I days, princi
from the crash scene, on Carlisle said plans are al- Revisit Fred 0. Dickinson. ing, the committee met for the reach the governor's mansion .
I pally at drumming backingfor
a ranch 10 miles east of Con ready being made to have the Saigon up first time. Another session is in Tallahassee.Each .
his war on poverty program.Off Other townspeople at the C
is the
cord, that there were no sur-. Jacksonville mayor come to scheduled for tonight in Spencer's seeking support
WASHINGTON (AP) Rob- from the White House meeting included attorney SeligI.
vivors. Gainesville about mid-way in office at Belk's."Do and votes that went to the de- I' .
ert S. McNamara, secretary of lawn by helicopter at 8:14 a.m., Goldin, a John Mathews feated candidates. ,..
George M. Galvin, assistant his campaign drive for the May it now" seem to be the
defense, who has become some- the President flew first to Cum- backer, and his partner-in-law,
J to the airlines president, said 26 election. bywords of the High drive So far, none of the defeated
thing of a general trouble shooter berland, Md., for a speech in Dick Jones. -.
candidates have their
Capt. Ernest Clark was the pi The biggest job facing the pledged
which he depicted the antipov- hereThe
for Prsident Johnson
in Commissioner Ed
lot. The first officer was R. An- local Burns supporters is an increased City steering committeewent support to either side. ..
dress and the stewardess Marge advertising campaignand South Viet Nam's vexing problems erty program as American a campaign of lington also appeared as a Into its first session immediately High, who spent only $93,077In '

Schafer.He "people to people" v e te sets out again Friday lution.the continuing Revo- High supporter. after last night's the campaign as compared to ...
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said the passenger list was solicitation. night on a world-girdling trip And Belk-Lindsey manager emergency mass organizational Burns' $352,408, said he would
From here Johnson flies to
available. back to Saigon. on Tom Spencer, a priorbackerof meeting. match Miami's record
not Carlisle said he hoped the second visit six: states, meeting the un-
A Tasajero rancher, Gordon primary campaign would Johnson hId! a news confer- farmers and Mayor High, was elected Another meeting is set for Jacksonville's any time.
employed, visiting
Rassmussen, said the "plane involve much less sign destruction ence Wednesday he had asked promoting the antipoverty drive. chairman of a 14-member campaign tonight. Mayor Burns has made a-

i, exploded into small bits. There than went on before Tues McNamara to go to South VietNam The Ohio University addressSee steering committee.Also -More than $400 was collected great deal out of what has been .

wasn't piece larger than a foot day's election. to take a new look at the taking an active part from supporters last night (See ELECTION, Page ') :

in 'diameter, except for the "There was a lot of malicious situation there.WASHINGTON. ( LBJ, Page 2)). was Mrs. Pat Farris, vice- (See HIGH, Page 2)) .

landing gear, after it hit." destructions of signs by some- '
Rassmussen said he saw the body" Carlisle said. "We lost U. S. Protests .
plane coming in and that it SINGLE VOTE KILLS AMENDMENT
70 per cent of our signs. You
"faltered, there was a puff of
can imagine the energy it took Soviet
smoke and it'crashed a mile
to keep up so many of our signs

I I from my ranch. before destruction. the public." with this much Righters Get 'Close Call'had 'Drugging'N..

t. Politically The Burns chairman said -. .
many of the'signs were removedby '-"" WASHINGTON (AP) The '.

Puzzled? the State Road Department. (AP) Senate the Senate's two leaders, Democrat UJS. Embassy in Moscow has ...

Before the campaign began, sponsors of the civil rights Mike Mansfield and Republican protested to the Soviets that .
With primary elections SRD Chairman John Phillip' or- bill have won their first test of Smathers Holland on Losing Side Everett M. Dirksen. three American military attaches ....

popping all over the country dered removal of any political strength, but it was a close call. Under this, defendants in were drugged while on a .

.and identification of is- signs put up on SRD right-of- After four roll calls Wednes- criminal contempt cases grow-
sues growing more important wave day night one a 45-45 tietheSenate WASHINGTON (AP) Florida's two senators, Spessard Holland ing out of the bill's endorcement went'\

daily, an informed polit- Carlisle said he bad no com- rejected 46 to 45 a jury and George Smathers, voted for an amendment to the civil provisions would be entitled to Press officer Robert J. Mo- -

J ical observer needs to know trial amendment to the meas- rights bill which would have guaranteed jury trials in criminal trial by jury only if the penaltywas Closkey, reporting the incident, .-

more and more a b outwhat's cases arising from the measure.son in excess of 30 days in jailor gave few details and did not attempt _-

going on in this election ure.The votes were the first on a $300 fine. to give a reason for the .,.....
year. any of the nearly 100 amend- Just when their amendmentwill action. ;:

There's a short Elect cut. ion The WHERETO ments offered to the House- administration and the bill's enough to carry it. But the reach a vote was left up in Without naming the men, he
New York Times FIND passed bill since the Senate's the air. said two assistant naval attaches :
IT both Democrats
Handbook, 192 age authori- sponsors, and pressures were too great.
civil rights debate began on Republican Mansfield told the Senate and one assistant air -
tative guide to the issues March 9. The vote was a ,bit too close there was a possibility it would attache were drugged with mild ...; :
Comics .
and individuals politi- . 22
plus .
cal tables and con- Classified . 25-27 The defeated amendment, Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- for comfort for the other side. J be voted on late Monday or effect while on a trip to the -:
maps called up by Sen. Thruston B. Ga., leader of the Southern GOP early Tuesday,. but he said no Black Sea port March 2426. ;
vention charts, is availableto Entertainment 24 Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel
Morton would have forces, said a variation of it is harmed.He .
R-Ky., provided commitment had been obtained. They were not
you for 95 cents. Obituaries . 2 floor for the bill,
for trials in criminal likely to be offered next week in manager the
off said
jury Southern foes can stave. a protest was
Mail the on Page ., Opinion Page . 4 called'it distressing.The .
coupon of court an effort to reverse, the out-, talk in Moscow this week. He
contempt cases arisingout vote by continuing to lodged
9 .
of today's Sun or pick up Sports . 16-20 .
your copy at the desk in the Women's ... 10-12 of antidiscrimination injunc- come. vote left as the Senate's against it They can get a vote said he did not know the reason
lobby of the Sun Building. tions authorized by the bill. "I was disappointed in the pending business a limited jury first on another amendment like for the. delay in filing the pro.
1 It was opposed by the John- vote," he said. "I thought we trial amendment proposed by Morton's if they offer one. test + '

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2 Gainesville Sun Thursday, May 7, Su4 .
Helium; is used to r:=:. '.. internal 1 As rccsntly as 1917 helium

I More About More About. Weather Roundup Qbituatit I pressure in missiles an' .,as: taought ol as only a sicen-

'rockets when their fuel is used I title curiousity with no practical ,

in value.MEN'S f
Electiondone ; .- CHARLES DEMAREE .up flight. f
High I. I Ii
\. i Funeral services will be held
I in Jacksonville during his -1 B1 'Friday for Charles A. Dema- SPECTACULAR I

administration," High said. From Ito --"Xl;) ree, 68, who died Wednesday at
That suits me.fix e." Page .-.u I his home. SPORT
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High said he was willing to I .C1UaI
base the campaign 'on a com- help finance the campaign]lernor I Is. a scant three weeks ZONES \.---... Demaree, who worked for SHIRT
parison of records of the two, here. away, the High campaign will -. the State Road Department, -
cities "right down the line." -Dozens of persons signed have to be run hard and fast B C r- Generally fair 1 lived at 1001 NW 25th Ave. He

He cited: "Miami's tax decrease -I their names to be volunteer Here and in most other areas through Thursday. Low tonight .4 \" .\MUIe \-I CII was born in 1896 at Winchester,I

I vs. increased taxes in I workers in the High for goy of the state, Mayor High's fight 60 to 65, high Thurs- IF \ \ Ky., and moved here in 1910. t

\! Jacksonville; the comparative ernor campaign. in Alachua for governor is without much day 85, east and northeast. 10 E \ \ G He was a member of the First i I j
local .
I of County. organization.And to 20 mile winds. ,,.--- -- Christian Church. .a -
morality our governments; ,
S how the two cities have done in -Work already was under It's bucking well-organ- /OUM 1 /.W I The Rev. J. E. Moore will of-
to set up a campaign head ized machine for A Clear to partly cloudy and mild a. i
way working Hay- I 1.57 r each
r' attracting new industry; and a and Olson said its i through Thursday. \ ficiate at services at 2 pjn. at or
don Bums.
comparison of the harmony or will be an-' E F H I Generally fair through the Williams Thomas ChapeL I
location probably
lack of it in which Thursday. Low tonight In 60s, high \J. Burial will be in
our people nounced sometime today. It A need' for broadening the Thursday 85 letowr East and northeast Evergreen Sizes small, medium! ,
live. base of citedat 10 to 20 Cemetery.
should be operating tomorrow. High support was CAl'lIoUII' .
large, extra large j
Meantime, Burns flew to Bar- -Reams of campaign litera- last night's meeting. It D Partly cloudy through Thursday :
Survivors Include brother ,
: one -
60 to
Low tonight 65. high Thursday
tow Wednesday afternoon to talk ture are on their way to Gaines- needs to be public support, De (0 to 85. Northeast 10 to 20 mile an.e+ Tom B., of Gainesville and:
; Have a carefree summer season i
with winds. Seas subsiding this afternoon
campaign workers. Grove said.
ville from High's Miami head- and tonight.G two sisters, Miss Mary De- !
While there he said that High GAINESVILLE WEATHER with several of these full cut. ; 1 ,
quarters. He explained that he had J Partly cloudy through Thurs : maree of Gainesville; and Mrs.,1EVely i ) iii
i had "openly sought and pained Since the second primary day. few brief showers along coast. Municipal Airport readings r 1
talked to "at least 10 leadingownspeople" Low tonight 65 to 75, high Thursday Rich, of Starke. I washable! sport shirts. Choose i
the support of the NAACP" in which will decide who gets the yesterday and 80 to 85. Northeasterly' 10 to 20 mile for 21 hours to 8 a.m. today:

.his campaign." j Democratic nomination for gov- everyone of them said he favored winds. High 82 at 2 p.m., low 63 at Pallbearers are: R. T. Har- from 100 b cotton in carnival ,1 I 1

High for But K Partly cloudy through Thurs. 7 a.m. No rainfall. graves, G. Sheppard, Russell stripes, solid color, rayon. challis i
governor. day with a few brief showers. Low 3
none of them were willing to tonight 70 to 75. high Thursday 80 to TEMPERAtURES ELSEWHERE Douglas, A. W. Tanner, W. M. Jac shirts with embroidery,
EARLY AMERICAN ELEGANCE him 15. Northeasterly 10 to 2Q mile winds. H L prcp... Weldon Sr. and L. B. Rivers Jr.
support openly. 77 57
Williams Thomas Funeral tapered ivy button-downs In
Miami 75
MODERN AMERICAN CRAFTMANSHIRBy His primary source of support ALMANAC Tampa /: 66 Home Is In charge.Wagner 100% cotton stripe or trimmed
in Alachua County has Sunset today ............ 7:10 p.m Atlanta 75 34Sunrbe
tomorrow .. 5:41 am. New Orleans I IS da
SYLVANIA come from the Negro and University Moonrise tomorrow ;;:::: 1:47 : : Boston 57JtrNT.S rayon challis.
New :. ....... May 11 New York 71 52 L..u j 1
communities.And ; iii" Washington 75 52Mtares Willing f.
-- rises ........... ':21 p.m. Chicano C el 64 ..04Deneb.
statewide, his campaign low In northeast 11:15: p.rn. Kansas City 11 67 '

\ has been aimed almost entirely Venus VIStBLE sets PLANETS.............. 10:12 p.rn. Denver Ft. Worth 61 77 :u 71 .14 Sfa m Unrk wbnt GO FIRST TO HOURS MON. :
I Saturn, rises ............. 2:37 I.rn. Los Angeles 60 46 '
at attracting strong support Seattle' 61 4J NEW YORK Mayor Robert THRU
> ( ''! '", in his native Dade County and MARINE FORECAST CEDAR KEY TIDES Wagner reaffirmed his availability SAT.

neighboring areas, getting EAST GULF: Variable mostly HE today as a candidate for
to east winds S to 15 knots and fair FrIday High It 11:26 I.m. and l1Q 9-9
votes in the Tampa
rno pro-Kennedy weather tonight and Friday. p.m. Low It 509 a.m and 5:49: p.m. vice president if President John- _
area, attracting liberal votes son should ask him to run. iL
n mow. vF throughout the state and drawing GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER

k : +'4 strong Negro: support.He Official Vote Report Here "The selection" is up to the I 1130 North Main Street:

__ President, he said. I II
the in the
was only man
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> "" "t> ,, ".'",' field of six candidates to support Follows Absentee Count

> the civil rights bill.He's ZALE'S REPEAT OF A s SELLOUT!
r run on a low budget.In .
Just over 500 absentee votes GOVERNOR (REPUBLI

his first primary race, High were added to the county's election CANSHolley) 228; Foster, COLORFUL
spent less ,than $100,000-Dickinson HOLIDAY COOK
report today. 128 and Folks, 103. ALUMINUM WEAR.
top spender, 'spent $650- Late this morning the registration -
000) and finished fourth. ATTORNEY GENERAL
a poor office was preparing the
\\c But last night the need for High official canvass report for Secretary Faircloth, 8,686; Kynes, 6,881. I

money was emphasized.Some of State Tom Adams. UTILITIES COMMISSIONER COMPLETE 7-PIECE SET

Mason, 9,087 Brewer, 2,993.1 ... ,.
.. This including
is the official report:
tlIJl 4. .. estimates were that at I 4-qt..Dutch Oven to/Cover '
east' $2,000'would be neededto 508 absentees: PUBLIC DEFENDER Yours for (

finance a good campaignhere. U. S. SENATE Holland, Green, 11,290; Justiss, 2,836. only 88.
11,138; Odham, 4,705. STATE REPRESENTATIVE i I (1.2 7' .
Turlington, 10,023; Wilson, -
When the meeting began, Burns, 4,650; Mathews, 3,932; 5,223.
there was only $71 in the Ala- I
High, 2,489; Kelly, 2,782; COUNTY JUDGE Connell, ,
I chua County campaign trea- inson, 2,471 and Karl 927. McDonald
rv BUILT TO PERFORM BETTER sury. Some was collected last 8,293; 7,400. CONVENIENT CREDIT TERL;.
Performance, dependability and smart styling combined to give you \ Jordan, 4,119.
tie TV you demand. SYLVANIA'S Dynamic America console series con And one of the main goals of TAX ASSESSOR Smith, i i 1 i-gE.Sauee
tains all of the most wanted TV features. Deluxe Power Stream Chassis ZorcLBJ
with. advanced Patent Pending Circuitry. 23" Bonded Picture Tube with the steering committee will be 10,070; Franks, 6,028. Pan wJCovarINIIII
217 square inches viewing area. Room lling.out.front FM sound to collect financial support. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Frame Grid Super Distance Tuner. Horizontal LiPanty Circuits. Trans Talbot, 11,423 Evans, 4,196.
former Powered Complete UHF Convertibility..Authentic Early American "We're going to be heard all ;
furniture styling grain finished to match maple furniture and. a over Alachua County," Olson I From Page 1 COUNTY COMMISSION DIST.
host of others that mean more reliable more efficient trouble free 1 Brandon, 5,870; Thompson,
t TV viewing. vowed. "Within a week Alachua carried on that effort, tying it 4,893; Wershow, 3,587.
County will have a political in with the other goals which COUNTY COMMISSION DIST.
Bank Available
Financing $21900 I
for that will
rally High -
Johnson set for Americans.Not i 3 Johnson, 7,886; Hicks, 6,436.
shake it like no rally has ever
in a day, not in a year COUNTY COMMISSION DIST.
I L .OPEN. J RI., TIL 9 P.M. done before. will these goals be reached, 5-Martin, 10,366; Batten 3,333.

"Let's get 'em," he concluded Johnson said, "but if we begin SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 2 ; \ / 5s

the meeting.His the efforts-if we approach the Williams, 9,273; Zimmerman, ,L
IECH TV task with great enthusiasms and 4,327. II I14
final statement was met
not with cynicisms these SCHOOL BOARD DIST. 3 -
with cries of "High" and with
< conversation achievements will be the glory Joiner, 10,517; Mason, 2,970. I d
r 122 N.W.: 16th Ave. Phone 372-0433 the dispersing support- of your generation." Highest vote getters among'
among He said there is in front 'of: the absentees were Sheriff Joe
-- ers.MOTHER young people today the promiseof Crevasse with 377; Rep. Ralph 10"* Frying Pan a3 r ,

I a greater tomorrow. i Turlington, 357 and Tax Assessor -I Dutch Oven Lid Fits 10" Frying Pan
"It's a tomorrow that is Pierce Smith, 307. I

_, AiA1TEEDIF brighter than yesterday and The registration office was! CHOICE OF COlORSI I --qt. Sauce Pan wI Cover
i more challenging than already working this morning
For cookware that looks it cooks
GilT .Gl as
he said. to the ballot for the
prepare don't miss this beautiful set The
"This is not a time for timid May 26 runoff election. beautiful easy to clean, porcelain finish 4 ''

spirits and trembling spirits. Mrs. Alma Bethea said ap- won't crack or peel. and it cooks the ;. .
"It is a time for reaching out plications for absentee ballots delicious waterless way! ;

I -to extend the boundaries of must be in her office by 5 p.m.
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.. @ 3frui Unrk Sfimra He made it before the infa- IF ANYTHING, Secretaryof so drastic. When one prime

JOHN L HARRISON. President and By JAMES RESTON mous day in Dallas, for he Defense McNamara .'and minister succeeds another of
: hbJWte,. PAT COWLES. Tie President SOUTH WASHINGTON This had discovered in his intimate Secretary of Labor William the same party, asin'the recent -
> ED JOHNSON. Vie Presidentand is association with the presidency Wirtz are .even more influential switch in London;:most '
EzeenUT Edltori W. G. (BID) at once the most gentle
Florida's, BeautifulUriiversity'City' EBERSOLE. Vk President and Advertising and brutal of ,the Western that his primary interest now than they were under of the leaders of the party retain I

: Director BOB TAKTAG- I By RALPH McGILL Capitols. -Its parks are now lay not in the law but in the President Kennedy, and no top positions or at worst i
LIONE. Vie President and C1reul I PaUtaer Prize Winning Publisher full of white and scarlet tulips great policy issues of world doubt they will remain if fallbackintotheranksjntheHouse t
Uon Uanafer.THE Of tile AUanU (Ga.) Conciliation November.But of Commons.
its trees clothed in the affairs.In Johnson wins in
: SUN'S POLICY gentle green of spring, but other intervals of his ca- the general expectationhere BUT WASHINGTON'S system -
JohnsonAnd its main industry is politics, reer, this preoccupation with is that Secretary of State is different. Both the rise
: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. and this is a business. the outside world has been Rusk, Secretary of the Treasury -
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials savage and the fall are more sudden
: Those who succeed here evident. In 1948, between Dillon, and most of the
3. Publish all sides of Important controversial issues. have almost more power than graduation from :Harvard and rest of the cabinet will go by and steep. Robert Kennedy,

: ,The Sun's telephones: AH Departments-372-8441 they can use, those who fail entrance into the Virginia the end of the year. alone among members of the
Want Ads-376-4672 almost more regrets than they Law School, he went to the This is the way usually Is present cabinet, has political
.: can bear. Each man who Middle East as a war correspondent after a vice president enters 'power in his own right and

Van Buren"President rises to the top carries with for the Boston the White House. Like .Johnson may survive the forthcoming
him a small group of friends Post. After law school, he tooka President Truman cameto shuffle of the cabinet, but for
: Fit To Be Executed? and allies, who in turn recede leisurely trip around the office proclaiming the virtues the moment he is still too en-

Johnson under- when the great man world. of the old cabinet and grossed in the past, .too surrounded -
: Jack Ruby, who apparently has peace with God. An article in a recent stands the uses of the powerof While he was chief counselfor asking all members ,to stayat by the memories and

: deteriorated mentally since being University of California at Los the presidency better than falls.ROBERT KENNEDY remains the Democratic minorityon their posts, but before souvenirs of'tragedy to be

: sentenced to death for the murder Angeles law review summed up the any president since Van Buren the symbol of this ca- the Senate permanent sub- long major changes, were thinking much about the fu- \
," said a veteran senator in pricious element in American committee on investigations, made even before waiting for ture. And besides, the en-
: of Lee Harvey Oswald, is now to modern view this way: recent, and admiring discus. politics. Nobody rose so fast he took a leave of absence to an election.In nedy future now lies with

: have a trial to determine if he is sion of the successes of the in the Kennedy administrationas make a long tour of the five most parliamentary gov- Johnson, rather than the other -

: sane. If a jury finds him to be men- "The most acceptable justificationfor Chief Executive.The this intense young attorney Soviet republics in central -ernments the changes are not way around. .

: tally ill, he will be placed in a men- the rule in American society is general still only 38, and no- Asia with Associate Justice
comparison validina William O. Douglas of the
: tal hospital for treatment until he is simply that it is unnecessary to point. Somehow, Americanshave nant body decline.has had a more poig- U. S. Supreme Court. And = = ON THE RIGHT

: regains his sanity. The country thus put the insane prisoner to death. The never shown much inter- That stricken look has during his present assign-

:: may soon be confronted with the reason for putting him to death when est in the urban, fastidiousNew out of his face but he gone has ment as attorney general he '

: spectacle of the State of Texas at- he recovers is to prevent feigned insanity Yorker, Martin Van still not escaped from the made two special diplomatictours The Big Lie ,
Buren, a poor boy who attained of the world, one for
tempting to cure Ruby so that he as a means of escape from the past. His office is cluttered
the White House. He was President Kennedy and one :
can be strapped into the electric death penalty which society has felt politically skilled, but as dered with vast brother.portraits They of his stand mur- for President Johnson. t

chair. it necessary to impose. Inquiries beyond president he encountered a three and four feet square in THIS, THEN, is where his In _

this point involve attacks series of difficulties that depleted a corner of the vast room, main interest in the future MarylandBy ,

The Texas rule that a man who is upon capital punishment itself. It his popularity and all the more sad because they lies, but how or whether he is h: }\
prestige. He added to this the of used in this field depends on ,- ,
incapable of understanding the nature seems evident that the uneasiness portray happy days WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
some errors in judgment, in- President Kennedy surrounded many things, including the
and purpose of the punishment manifested in applying the insanity cluding a failure to support the outcome of the election and
by the lively tribe of Ken. It all began on Jack Paar's and began to speak: "I (have
cannot be executed is followed by exemption is uneasiness over the annexation of Texas. The Seminole nedy children. the wishes of the President. television program .over two uncovered) a document that

practically every state. In Iowa, if death penalty, which is so plainly war in Florida was cost- The Attorney General does Kennedy is not talking fbr years ago, and now it threatens revealed that Mr. Buckley,
ly and not well understood. A not know where he is going publication about the vice who is the chief editor of this
the warden suspects a condemnedman put in issues in these insanity pro- to decide the close and
financial panic in the first yet, but at least he knows presidency. His view is that National Rev i >
exciting primary contest for magazine ( e w
is to
is mentally ill he required ceedings.
of his administrationalso too much has been said
year where he is not going. He is the Republican Congressmanin where he stated that there
summon a county hospitalization did him considerable that subject already. Johnson
not going to remain at the Maryland's 7thDistrict on are five ex card carrying Communists
commission. The warden must sus- We agree that execution of the harm. He was renominated in Department of Justice. Aftera has never discussed the ques- May 19. Hang on to your on the payroll, and
the execution and notify the ill should 1840 but was defeated by the dozen years of working as tion with him and he sees no old
pend mentally be stayed. But is hats and concentrate closelyon I feel it is an Communist
governor upon a finding of "insani- it any more humane or reasonable to ill-fated William Henry Har- a criminal investigator, as reason why the President the cast of 'characters, scheme to denounce Communism -
rison. Fates denied him the
counsel for
investigating committees -
ty" by a majority of the commission.This take the life of an individual who is opportunity successfully to on Capitol Hill and "What could he say?" the who are, in ordervof their appearance tract-I'm strongly certainly and possibly not accusing at--

sane, and therefore fully aware of use the power of his office.IT as attorney general he has Attorney General asks. "And : Mr. Bozell of
solicitude for the mental his approaching death! The distinc- made one decision about the obviously I can say nothing." 1)) Jack Paar, 2)) me, 3)) Communist affiliation- haveno any
WAS IN his presidential future. Accordingly, the Attorney the candidates for the Repub-
health of condemned, to death is tion the law makes between the same pre documentation on that.
that the dap- I'M TIRED of chasing General and the other members lican congressional nomina-
years -
of long-standing. Lord Coke the and insane people The only thing I am stati n g
awaiting execution
cre- tion: a) Harry Sims-l\Iary-(
per, properly whiskered and he says. "I want to go of the Kennedy cabinetgo
17th century English jurist, argued ates the absurd and barbaric situationof trimmed Van Buren displayed on now to something else." on in the same posts as land's Harold Stassen), who clearly here is that I felt that
Mr. Bozell should state whether -
that the execution of a madman requiring the state to nurse a man political abilities unmatchedby This was not a decision before, but this continuity is is always running for some not this'-is true. ."
would not serve as a deterrent but; to health in order to put him to any person on the national made after or because of the deceptive, for all rel' -- thing, on whatever platformthis Bozell was-appalled by the
would instead be "a miserable scene before or since. In a assassination of his brother. ships are different. season's winds waft in; -
death. smearafterall
spectacle audacity of the
: : very real sense he was one of b) Brent Bozell the principal -
; : of extreme inhumanity." to suggest that he actu.
;; : the architects of the Demo- challenger, a conserva-
I.''I, The taking of a human ife is bru- cratic party built around the BELOW OLYMPUS By Interlandi tive Republican, lawyer, writer ally is, or might conceivablybe

': : Others have- defended the rule on tal and inhumane, regardless of the principles of Jefferson. Van former aide to Senator a Communist in diguise,
is rather like suggesting that
: the ground that a ,condemned man, if state of mind of the individual. The Buren early saw that the ririLrcJL McCarthy and Senator Gold- Mao Tse-tung is actually a
:westward growth of the new water, former senior editor of
: same, might be able to offer reasons Ruby case, by raising the questionof republic and the effect of it National Review Magazine; capitalist In disguise. Not

I : why the execution should be stayed. "fitness" to be executed, pointsup on politics required change to 1 and c) Charles Mathias- the knowing whether to laugh or

: Still others have contended it would the inconsistency of the death match events. 1r11'ciArLVLi ultra-Liberal incumbent who cry, he turned to Congressman -

: be counter to of Christian represents Maryland's 7th District Mathias: "Maybe Mr.
: concepts penalty, and can be an important con- He would want to
was chiefly responsiblefor and votes most of the Mathias you
I : charity to send someone into the next tribution to the public debate on a coalition of Republican Ft time, with the Democrats.On dissociate yourself from this
world who had no chance to make his capital punishment. party factions, out of which slander?" To which Mary
: the Jack Paar Show in
came the Democratic party 7ft'JL i-yP: land's flaming sword of Liberalism
-......... that was to elect Jackson and question, I mentioned in pass responded: "Well, I
that five former
-. establish the two party sys ing Communists have no knowledge whatever.I .
tem. The powerful Whigs worked, or had work- have not heard anything of

were in time to disappear and ed, for National Review-an it from anybody at any time
Voice of the innocent enough statement
1 People Abraham Lincoln emerge as Look, Brent, I don't have
the head of a new Republican 'i ( easily explainable because foremer any facts about it. .1 know
Communists tend to -
party. nothing whatever about itt
to and .
journals movements -
I On The SlU 'S that are uncompromisingly It may seem incredible, but
= Opinion Page= VAN BUREN became this incident, the ensuing cul-
I. known "The Little anti-Communist; just as
as Magi- tivation of the same line by
Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cian." He earned it. But in a high concentration of for- studied
and the
Mr. Sims refusal
I. : must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should mer sinners contributed to ,
: exceed 500 words and be the earning he made inevita- of Mr. Mathias to denounce -
must written
not on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The -. the writing of the Bible.
I S Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ble enemies. Those were the the tactic, has got
___ It VJo Two later when Har-
I t intenL n n days of invective, mean words years whole acres of people in Mary

: Salutes GHS ing in cold weather and one years of age. Almost three and fiery partisanship. Davy [ ) ry the Sims State began of Maryland going suggesting around- land buzz-buzzing on the

borrowed, pool after another, score and ten. Crockett, one-time congressman "'. theme;: ,DQ'you suppose Bo
but let
: Swim Team not complaining not feeling from Tennessee, was one me quote directly zell is really a Communist in
My worst trouble is not be- ,wIU.w@I9' E S .n fllII$ from the first such
occasion -
sorry for themselves, but ing able to hear good.Of of his enemies. When Van "One columnist will say this one will say that to when he found himself disguise? The Big Lie tech
: EDITOR Sun: On Wednes- ever pushing forward to Buren was in the Senate, didn't! get buried in the
perfect course, I can't stand to keep informed without going crazy, I just'read the sharing the platform with nique
: day, April 29, your,paper pub- their goals.It do some of the things I usedto Crockett engaged a ghostwriter one I agree with!" Messrs. Bozell.:and Mathias, bomb shelter, alongside Hit.
S lished a letter from the.G.H.S. : is an honor and privilegeto do, but looking around meI to produce a violently
: swimming team concerningthe aid in a small way those see that I am in fine con critical paper. He wrote that ler.Gore Vidal the playwright,

use of Howard Johnson's who are willing to overcome dition. I have so many nice Van Buren, enterting the Senate PUTS POLICY ON THE CARPETThought | once confided to Jack Paar
: "struts like a crow in a that"there's whole theory
pool. many obstacles to reach their friends, near and far (besides .. a
: To accept this gratitude goals. If this is what our my own children), thatso gutter. He called him sly and that the Birch Society might

without explaining the circumstances younger generation is comingto many senior citizens do not deceitful. Van Buren was Due CubaBy very well be a Communist
involved would be a hurt by this false petty slan- Study on Although he was
: I say we in Gainesville have of if they do, never hear Society.
gross injustice, to the fine G. can look forward with pride from, >n nw line of work.I der but did not reply. presumably pulling Jack's

: H. S. swimmers. to a bright and happy future see so many :.nd the days Van Buren was loyal to RICHARD WILSON mote from our primary area hides the behind the- leg, theife are unquestionablyany
About 'three years ago, a for this city. are so long and the nights Jackson and Jackson to him. Chief, Cowles Washington of security. We woulld demand number of people in
scenes activity being
: of teen-agers at G. H. organ- whose darkest thoughts the
group G.H.S. swim team The animosities stirred in
Howard even worse. Sleeping capsulesare Bureau assistance in this ized
justas by presidential adviser
: S. wanted to form a swimming Johnson's hat is off to you. not the answer. A nice those days never died out in WASHINGTON The Re- we have assisted our alliesin Thomas Mann or that President suspicion lurks that maybethe
team. At that time, they had Congratulations for your good visit or a newsy letter of even the lifetime of those chiefly publican "C r it 1 cal Issues" so many areas of the Johnson has some John Birch Society is actually

: no coach, sponsors, athletic work and best wishes to you. a little gift helps. involved. On his death bed study on Cuba has gotten far world, including Berlin, for carefully drawn plan of ac a Communist opera
C funds or pool, but this did not This next Sunday is Mother's Old Hickory was to regret he less attention thanit tion.
R. T. (Bob) LOEHR generally the past 20 years. tion. There is no evidence of
4 dim thair determination. General ManagerP.S. Day, and if your own is gone, had not shot Henry Clay and deserves. These studies, of this, except a little plain talk It gets confusing, doesn'tIt
When Howard Johnson's was It should be about can't you find a lonely old hanged John Calhoun. which the Cuban problem was THE AMERICAN Intellectual with the British prime minis- ? General Eisenhower, says

: contacted, we explained that time for the finest city in lady to cheer up? Please do.I only one, would have gotten community, however, teiand, some grumblingabout Robert Welch, is a Commu

5 they must have school and Florida to build our youth an am still able to go places, PRE SIDENT JOHNSONhas more attention if they had seems content to accept the De Gaulle. nist. Kennedy, says Professor
parent approval, plus sponsors but demonstrated of the been Oliver,; was a Communist. It
adequate pool.DOII't sometimes even I get lone- some sponsored, as they judgment of England, Otherwise. the allied trade
and coaches, before we could ly. I can turn on my light and qualities of a political magi- should have been by DwightD. France or the Scandinav i a n with Cuba is increasing and only remains to be charged,
consider their request. Within Forget read some shut-ins can't even cian for more than two dec Eisenhower, Richard M. countries on the degree of we are still discouraging refugee as I think I said on anotherocca'sion
t a, very short time an appointment do.that in some homes for if ades. In his constructive use Nixon and Thomas E. Dewey. jeopardy to the Western raids even when they that God is really
was made for me to Mother's Dav of the of the The h i of Dr. a Communistwhich: allegation
\ they did thv w'ld wake up power presidency c a rmanship Hemisphere's security. Very originate in countries other
meet with the sponsors and of the other patients. he is the peer of any in Milton Eisenhower, the for- little will get done anywherein than the United States. Thisis has the advantage of
EDITOR Sun This is
Tiny Talbot, principal of G. a It be if he brother is accounting for the strange be-
: past history. may mer president's the world however if the not a
Please don't Mother'sDay. policy
: H. S., to make plans for a G. beautiful Sunday morning.And forget has a reasonable amount of not enough. Dr. Eisenhowerhas prevailing intellectual complaisance whether measured havior of the world in recent

: H. S. swimming team. This at my age, how glad I luck, that he will prove the done an excellent job is to become universal or Democratic by Republican stand- times. .

.;. story goes on pver a period am to be alive and well At A FLORIDA SENIOR most effective of them all. organizing these studies. They policy. ards. .__ _. Mencken we all know, said
of almost three ,years and least I am in excellent CITIZEN The President's settlementof need the imprimatur of the The Republican Study In actual fact there is that no man ever went broke
was prob-
.. would tell of teen-agers swim- health and for nearly 70 Hawthorne the railroad strike was, for duly selected leaders of the useful because it centers at- ably not too much in the Re- overestimating the stupidity of

C example, a tremendous Republican Party. tention on the fact that virtu- publican study that the White the people. That was a cynical

POTOMAC FEVER stroke in the public interest. ally nothing is being done House would disagree with, _statement, and I hope
: The operators will not save, THE CUBAN study was important either by the United S t a tes except for the fact that)it is Mr. Mencken went on to losea
Cowles directly, as much as they had because it offered a so- the lot 'of money playing that
= By Jack Wilson, Washington Bureau government or Organization a Republican study.
t C been awarded by previous ar rare in the Cuban debate. This of American States about SOME WOULD say that this horse. But let us, even so,

: His campaign to close those military bases makes Defense Secretary McNa bitration. But they save untold rare in the Cuban debate. the problem in Cuba. A kind is a critical time and the re- bite. ..our ..nails and .wonder
mara almost everybody's choice for vice prsident. Johnson loves him and millions by avoiding a This shadow of a solution fell of paralysis has set in on publicans have no business wneiner It is conceivable that

; the congressmen hate him. long, bitter shutdown. The anions into two parts: Organizationof even discussing it. The Democrats making foreign policy a political in Maryland, U.S.A., in 1964,
\- -- won a slowing down of a government in exile from apparently hope that issue. This is really be- A.D.a couple of sharpie politicians -
President Tom Moore of ABC wants the baseball season cut to 60 week-end job losses. which both propaganda efforts voters will not think about side the point. can successfully distract

;:1 : games. Maybe we can work a swap-baseball on Saturdays and .Sundays, TV The attack on power t y, and overt acts would stem; Cuba when they go to the The point is whether or not attention from their own

: on Monday mornings. which should have been be- and, hard pressure on our allies polls this fall. the administration in power unnoticeable contributions to

-- gun years ago, the moves to- to stop trading with Cuba. In the meantime, the Com-* will devote its full efforts to a the anti-Communist cause, by
: : LBJ went almost whole day last week without once talking to reporters. ward easing world tensions A principle of great significance munist position is being reexamination of the. C u ban insinuating, or tolerating the

: It wasn't easy. Press conferences are the President's salted peanuts. without damage to national is involved. Cuba would strengthened, subversion and question and arrive at a fix- Insinuation, that one of the

: strength or security, and his be deemed of primary importance penetration in Latin America ed policy with an objective in nation's most ardent and
$ :: Castro's sugar purchases had us puzzled for a while, but it's all clear now- several other successes, all to the security of are increasing, and sight. i, most effective anti Communist

,1 : he's trying to jack up sugar ,prices s o high that our U-2 can't fly.over them. in the public interest, testify the United States and the the government in Cuba is If not, the administration writers is a Communist _
to Mr. Johnson's ability to Hemisphere. We would tell stable enough so that Russian will be fair game on this issue in disguise.If .
1 : Goldwater swats a radio microphon in Atlanta. He doesn't like mikes. ,get things done. our allies this and let them troops can be withdrawn. Mr. throughout the preelection a substantial number of

I : damned things let. everybody hear what you're saying. If he has any luck at all know that we were going to Johnson discusses Cuba with period not only from Senator voters! go against Bozell for

he will be in office long solve the Cuban problem even about the same detachm e n t Goldwater but from the moderates that{reason, I shall! lay a
.I ': That new cigarette advertising code is pretty strict. One''company: is',still ;enough to assure himself of if this meant giving lesser as he discusses the Baker in the opposition'who wreath!on" Mencken's'grave,

'\ : waiting:for:'ajruling:on-its..new'commercial";" "The easiest. cigarette to give up several pages in U. S. priority to Cyprus, Viet Nam, case. are not just looking for issues and tell him i'j"I '

\ I for Lent." ; .._ > history. Laos, or.other areas more re SOME THINK that this but want solutions. doubted him i .

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SUMMER SESSION AT GIBBSJC (S.C.) State College; Claflin IiI i J


fittsttill 1964 summer session at Gibbs PLANS PROGRAM ::,'
(i wB.. F. Childs, Colored News, Editor
I' n I Junior College will be held from The Crown Jubilee Singers

i CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS of the Progressive Mt. Sinai June 12 to July 24, Miss Esther will render a musical program :

TUESOUTL Mt. Pleasant Methodist-Choir Baptist Association, will deliveran Harris, Registrar, announces. at the Bethel A.M.E. Churctt

,j ... No. 2 will have its rehearsal today address to the Friendship The summer session will be Sunday at 8 p.m. ...-'

JOHN K. HARRISON. President an* 7:30 p.m. Richard Parker, Baptist Church on Saturday at open to in-service personnel, Everyone is invited. There is
bliihen FAT COWLES. Tie PresV Edell Turner 3 regular college students enroll
ED JOHNSON. Tic Pre.Wea.Florida's organist; presi- p.m.The no admission fee, but a free-will
: tad Extent! Edltori w. G. CBffliEBERSOLE dent. The Board of Educationand members and friends are, ed in Gibbs JC, and other college :offering will be accepted. Rev.

Beautiful Tic President and Advertising I Church School Staff will urged to be present. Mrs. Carrie' students seeking to meet W. H. Walker pastor; Mrs. Doris -

11! 'University City' Dlreetori BOB TARTAG- By RALPH llcGILLI meet Friday at the home of Rents, district president; Mrs.' requirements of their respective Reed, sponsor and reporter.
., LIONE. Tie President and Creul I I Prize Winning Publisher Mrs. K. D. Childs at 7:30 p.m. Sarah Ivory, district vice presi- institution during the sum-
Uoa Kua.u. 01 U. AU-&&, (Ga.) C a UtBti.n -
V. L. Trapp, chairman; J.'ranklin dent; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. mer. HAMPTON NEWS
: THE SUN'S POLICY Jones, Church School Prospective high school grad PRE.ANNI'VERSARYACrIvmEs

JohnsonAnd superintendent. The Bethune uates who may wish to begin
: 1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news columns.! Cookman College Choir will be CONVALESCINGMrs. college this summer are also

: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials .. ::''.. presented here Sunday, 7:30 Sussana Chisholm, N.W. eligible to enroll. The Macedonia Baptist

: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. : 6th Ave., who is'a patient in the Fees include a registrationfee Church pre-anniversary activities
'ti' p.m. in a Musical. Won't you
.'. ; Alachua .General Hospital, was of $5 and a matriculationfee will begin today. The schedule -*
All this
: The. Sun's telephones: Departments-372.8441 ... please give program your
; reported somewhat of activities
as improv of $48. is as follows:
Want Ads-376-4672 cooperation? Rev. VV. M. Ferguson -
: pastor.Mt. ed.Mrs. Miss Harris may be contactedfor Today at 8 p.m. the Heavenly

Van Buren"President Carmel Baptist Choir Alberta Tillman, a 1T'eIIlber -, additional information. Gospel Singers of the Church of

No. 3 will have its rehearsaland of Mt. Pleasant Methxiist the Living God, Pillar: and
: Fit To Be Executed? it also Teachers' Meeting, to- Church, ill at her home, was! FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY Ground of Truth, Gainesville,
( -
1 Johnson under- day, 7:30 p.m.Hopewell reported as improving. I will render a program. Also Friday :. -

:Jack Ruby, who apparently has peace with God. An article in a recent stands the uses of the powerof Baptist Sunday Mr. Times, of N.W. 10th' Numerous the Atomic career Energy opportunitieswith Commission at"8 p.m. the Emanuel Bap.

deteriorated mentally since being University of California at Los the presidency better than School 10 a.m.; Morning Wor- Street who is a patient at the I were outlined recentlyat tist Church Junior Choir from
Veterans' Lake
sentenced to death for the murder Angeles law review summed up the any president since Van Buren ship, 11 a.m.; the pastor and Hospital much at City, Florida A&M University bya Gainesville will render a program
," said a veteran senator in his congregation from the Mt was reported as improv and a pre-Mother's Day
of the AEC
modern view this
to representative
ot Lee Harvey Oswald, is now way: .
4* jrift I recent, and admiring discus Elah Baptist Church will con- ed.Mr. Savannah River Operations Office program and presentation. Rev.C. .
if he is Freeman who is
have trial to determine a patient
a sion of the successes of the duct a joint service Commun- at Aiken, S.C. J. Johnson, pastor; Mrs.
sane. If a jury finds him to be mentally "The most acceptable justificationfor Chief Executive.The ion, 3 p.m. and evening service, at the Veterans' Hospital at. opportunities for per-I Gladys Laverne Johnson, re- I
Lake Many
ill, he will be placed in a mental the rule in American society comparison is validina 6:30 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, City at, was his home.reported as improving sons with backgrounds and experience -porter.

hospital for treatment until he is simply that it is unnecessary to point. Somehow, Americanshave pastor; Mrs. Agnes Gordon, re- %. in the physical sciences ..I **- .

regains his sanity. The country thusmay put the insane prisoner to death. The never shown much inter- porter. AILING AT HOME mathematics, accounting, CHORUS TO APPEARThe

soon confronted with the reason for putting him to death whenhe est in the urban, fastidious Mrs. Gladys Carter, Pensa business administration, public I Wesleyan Service Guild
New Yorker Martin Van SPECIAL NOTICE cola who has been teacherat administration, and secretarial Church is presenting the Beth-
spectacle of the State of Texas attempting recovers is to prevent feigned insanity Commission Educa- a
on available in the une-Cookman Chorus
Buren science are in a musical
a poor boy who attained Lincoln High School, was reported -
to cure Ruby so that he as a means of escape from the the White House. He was tion and Church School Staff as ailing at her home. AEC, according to C.. T. Marsh, recital Sunday, May 10,

can be strapped into the electric death penalty which society has felt politically skilled, but as will meet at the home of Mrs.K. Mrs. Carter's friends hope deputy director of organizationand at 7:30 p.m. at the Mt. Peasant

chair. it necessary to impose. Inquiries beyond president he encountered a D. Childs on Friday at 7:30 that she will soon regain. her personnel at the Savannah Methodist Church, corner of NW

this point involve attacks series of difficulties that depleted p.m.The normal physical condition. River office. 2nd St. and 7th Avenue. I.
his popularity and members are urged to be Persons with the master's degree The Bethune-Cookman Chorusis I
The Texas rule that a man who is upon capital punishment itself. It
prestige. He added to this I present. from liberal arts collegesin under the direction of ThomasA.
understanding the seems evident that the uneasiness GIBBS JC STUDENTS
of nature -
incapable some errors in judgment, in- the above listed areas may Demps, who is well knownin
and purpose of the punishment manifested in applying the insanity: cluding a failure to support the NOTICEAll HONOR BRANCH RICKEYST. qualify as selectees for 12 to the field of music.

cannot be executed is followed by exemption is uneasiness over the annexation of Texas. The Sem- members of the District PETERSBURG Fla. 15 months of additional studyin For an enjoyable evening of

practically every state. In Iowa, if death penalty, which is so plainly: inole war in Florida was cost Choir of the Mt. Sinai Baptist A high Branch honor was bestowed studentsof up- the AEC's nuclear engineering good music, don't fail to hear
Association asked to meet on Rickey by
ly and not well understood. A are internships.
the warden condemnedman in issues in these these singers Sunday, Mothers''day
suspects a put insanity
Gibbs Junior this
pro. College
financial panic in the first i today at 8 p.m. at the Ebenezer Liberal arts college applicants
and it is date
a to bring
is mentally ill, he is required to ceedings." year of his administration' Baptist Church with Rev. E. D. year. The internationally fa with the B.S. degree in the
j. mothers. It will be a great
hospitalization Robinson in Starke. mous baseball figure was selected sciences and mathe- your
summon a county also did him considerableharm. pastor, physical
treat for her.
the dedicatee for the
commission. The warden, must suspend We agree that execution of the He was renominated in as matics may qualify for the nine- The admission prices ar e:
1964 edition of the "Gibbson
the execution and notify the mentally ill should be stayed. But is 1840 but was defeated by the PROGRAM SET ian", the student yearbook.The month internships National at Laboratory.the AEC'sOak adults $1.00; children, 60 cents.
ill-fated William Henry Har There will be a Mother's Day Ridge
governor upon a finding of "insani it any more humane or reasonable to rison. Fates denied him the program at the First Baptist student publications office Master's degree holders in the

ty" by a majority of the commission.This take the life of an individual who is opportunity successfully to Church Sunday at 11 a.m. of the college disclosed that same areas may qualify for 14- ARCHER NEWS

sane, and therefore fully aware of use the power of his office.IT The members are asked to the 172-page annual highlights.. month internships at the Ar- CLOSING ACfIVITIES
chose Rickey because of Rickey's The calendar of closing acti-
solicitude for the mental his approaching death I The distinction pay their pledges Sunday be- gonne National Laboratory, La-
contribution to human relations -mont 111.Technical. vities at the Archer Community
WAS IN his. presi- fore 3 ,
pre p.m.FASHION
health of one condemned to death is the.law makes between the same and also because of his internships are opento School is as follows: May 11,
dential years that the dap- .
of long-standing. Lord Coke, the and insane awaiting execution cre- per, properly whiskered and riOW PLANNED close relationship with Gibbs applicants with the M.S. degree third and fourth grades Mrs.

17th century English jurist, argued ates the absurd and barbaric situationof trimmed Van Buren displayed I The P.T.A. of Jones Elementary -Junior College. in engineering, physics, Welch and Mrs. 0. Hill, sponsors

that the execution of a madman requiring the state to nurse a man political abilities unmatchedby School will present its an-' The yearbook rolled off the chemistry and metallurgy. Com- ; May 18, fourth, fifth and

I would not serve as a deterrent but to health in order to put him to any person on the national nual Fashion Show at A. Quinn presses last week and its dedicatory parable or related experiencein sixth grades, Mrs. Cooper, Mrs.B. .
message says "Amongthe these fields be substi- Hill and Miss
may Penny
scene before or since. In a Jones Elementary School, Sat- sponsors -
would instead be "a miserable spec- death. very real sense he was one of urday, May 9, at 8 p.m. This many friends of Gibbs Junior tuted for the M.S. degree, ; and May 24, Kindergartenand
tacle of extreme inhumanity." College is a man whom his- Marsh stated.Management.
the eighth Mrs. McFad-
architects of the Demo- show will feature some of the grade,
The taking of a human ife is bru- cratic party built around the leading ladies in this communi. tory will record as one of the internships of den and Mr. Cooper, sponsors.

Others have defended the rule on tal and inhumane, regardless of the principles of Jefferson. Van ty modeling the latest in sport, foremost proponents of equal- 12-month durations are open to
based and achiev- in
ity on with the M.S.
l. the ground that a condemned man, if state of mind of the individual. The Buren early saw that the dress, casual and evening'wear. ment. "He is America's elder business persons administration, public PARADISE NEWSANNIVERSARY
westward of the A
growth new pre-fashion show will BEGINS
same, might be able to offer reasons Ruby case, by raising the questionof statesman, Branch Rickey. MrRickey's administration, and the liberal
republic and the effect of it be given by the Kindergartenclass The pastor, Rev. N. A. Jack
why the execution should be stayed. "fitness" to be executed, pointsup on politics required change to under the auspices of democratic contributions of life to have the arts.Marsh son of the St. Luke Missionary

Still others have contended it wouldbe the inconsistency of the death match events. Mrs. Catherine Taylor. These already been way publicized. His the Florida, who A&M recently University visited Baptist Church has an anniversary

I counter to concepts of Christian penalty, and can be an important con He was chiefly responsiblefor little folk will be featured in most publicized achievement campus for the third consecu- which began Tuesday

charity to send someone into the next tribution to the public debate on a coalition of Republican four Church scenes and : Play and, School.Sleep,I was that of breaking down the tive year, spoke highly of the and lasts to Sunday.

I world who had no chance to make his capital punishment. party factions, out of which Party, color barrier of baseball via the type of candidate who made Today at 8 p.m. Elder J. C. I
... Returning as a model will be
came the Democratic party 'introduction of Jackie Robinsonto AEC applications from Florida Williams and his congregationwill I

that was to elect Jackson and our last year's winner, Miss the major leagues." A&M. Over the three-year per- conduct a joint service. Fri

establish the two party sys Claudia Evans, who was judged Today, Americans are proudof iod that he has been working day.

tem. The powerful Whigs as Gainesville's best dressed Mr. Rickey's achievementsand with FAMU applicants throughthe OBSERVANCE OF lggj{!

were in time to disappear and lady of 1963. cite his actions as examplesof facilities of the Placement FAMILY WEE K ---

I Voice of the People Abraham Lincoln emerge as Several of the well dressedmen what American leaders can Bureau headed by C. C. Cunningham The observance of Family
in the city will also be "
the head of a new Republican do to perpetuate a "free world. the AEC official said Week that began May 4 lasts
presented. For a night of Rickey, now player personnel there has been a steady and noticeable
party. .. to May 10 from 8 to 9 p.m.
4 Fashions
i "Elegant Spring"you consultant for the St. Louis improvement in the
On The Sun's must be on hand to witness Baseball Cardinals, was Gibbs candidates. He said The schedule of subjects to be
Opinion Page=== VAN BUREN became caliber of discussed is follows
as : Today
this gala show.Admission ,
known as "The Little Magi Junior College's first commencement -he has been most impressedwith
Rev. W. M.
Opinions; and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters cian." He earned it. But in prices are: adults, speaker in 1959. applicants from the Phys- Ferguson, pastor
t must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should the he made inevita- 50 cents; high school, 35 cents; Since that time he has visited icsi Chemistry, and Mathematics -of Mt. Pleasant Methodist
r not:exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. Th. earning elementary, 25 cents. the Church, will speak on "Mar I
I Sun.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or ble enemies. Those were the ,College on numerous occa Departments. and Divorce" and Friday !-
I .=....a."':..... days of invective, mean words sions. i Annual visits are made by the riage ;
MRS. CORINE WATTS Dr. William Carer, teacherat
Student members of the year- AEC deputy director of organization
Salutes GHS ing in cold weather and one years of age. Almost three and fiery partisanship.one-time Davy SPEAKS SATURDAYMrs. book staff included GwendolynTim and personnel to the campuses the University of Florida,

borrowed pool after another, score and ten. Crockett from Tennessee congressman Corine Watts, state promotional Peggy Harris, Doreatha' of Tuskegee, A&T Collegein will also speak on "The Family

Swim Team not complaining not feeling My worst trouble is not being of his enemies. When, was Van one secretary of the Worn Gadlin, Lorraine Baker and Eunice Greensboro, N.C., North Car- Social Life.

sorry for themselves. but able to hear good.Of en's Home Mission Convention, Butts. olina at Durham, Orangeburg The public Is invited. No offering -
EDITOR Sun: On Wednes- ever pushing forward to per- course, I can't stand to Buren was in the Senate, will be taken.

day] AprL 29, your paper pub- fect their goals.It do some of the things I usedto Crockett engaged a ghostwriter I

lished a letter from the G.H.s. is an honor and privilegeto do, but looking around meI to produce violently PERSONALS
critical He wrote that PUTS POLICY ON THE CARPET
swimming team concerningthe aid in a small way those see that I am in fine con paper. Miss Mary H. Jones and Miss
Van Buren enterting the Senate 1
of Howard Johnson'spooL dition. I have -
.use who are willing to overcome so many nice
Williams both
"struts like a crow in a of Atlanta, !
obstacles to reach their friends, near and far (be
Ga., guests of Miss Jones'
He called him sly and were
To accept this gratitude goals. If this is what our sides'my own children), thatso gutter.
without explaining the circum- younger generation is comingto many senior citizens do not deceitful Van Buren was Thought Due Study on Cubahides relatives here yesterday.Mrs. .
hurt by this false petty slander Mamie Fields returned :
staifces involved would be a I say, we in Gainesville have, of if they do, never hear
gross injustice to the fine G, can look forward, with pride, from, in mline of work. but did not reply. yesterday from Detroit,

H. S. swimmers. to a bright and happy future I see so and the Van Buren to 1 Mich., where she was called
many daysare was loyal By RICHARD WILSON mote from our primary area the behind the- because of the illness of her
About three years ago a for this city. so long and the nights Jackson and Jackson to him.
of at G. H. Chief, Cowles Washington of security. We woulld demand scenes activity being organ- sister, Mrs. Sarah Hooks whose \
group teen-agers G.H.S. swim team Howard" even worse. Sleeping capsulesare The animosities stirred in Bureau assistance in this ized adviser
justas by presidential condition was reported as slightly
S. anted to form a swimmingteam. had Johnson's hat is off to you. not the answer. A nice those days never died out in WASHINGTON The Re- we have assisted our alliesin Thomas Mann, or that Pres- improved.

At that time, they Congratulations for your good visit or a newsy letter of evena the lifetime of those chiefly publican "C r i t I cal Issues" so many areas of the ident John son has some William Brown of
athletic Tampa,
no :ioach, sponsors, work and best wishes to you. little gift helps. involved. On his death bed study on Cuba has gotten far world, including Berlin, for carefully drawn plan of ac \
but this did not passed through Gainesville
funds or pool, yesterday
This next Sunday is Mother's Old Hickory wasto regret he less attention thanit
R. T. (Bob) LOEHR generally the past 20 years. tion. There is no evidence of
determination.When route to Jacksonville.Mrs. .
dim. thair General ManagerP.S. Day, and if your own is gone, had not shot Henry Clay and deserves. These studies, of this, except a little plain talk en
Howard Johnson's was Annie Bell Hutchinsonand
-It should be about can't you find a lonely old hanged John Calhoun. which the Cuban problem was THE AMERICAN intellec- with the British prime minis-
contacted, we explained that son, James, of Deland, were
lady to cheer up? Please do. only one, would have gotten
time for the finest city in tual community, however, ter, and some grumbling
they must have school and I still able to PRESIDENT JOHNSON guests of friends here the past ,
.' Florida to build our youth an am go places, more attention- they had seems content to accept the about De Gaulle.
parent approval, plus sponsors but sometimes I lone has demonstrated of the weekend. I
i adequate pool.Don't even get some been sponsored, as they judgment of England, Otherwise. the allied trade
I and coaches before we could ly. I can turn on my light and qualities of a political magician should have been by DwightD. France or the Scandinavian with Cuba is increasing and

I consider their request Within Forget read some shut-ins can't even for more than two dec Eisenhower, Richard M. countries on the degree of we are still discouraging ref eb tuarit
a very short time an appointment do that in some homes, for if ades. In his constructive use Nixon and Thomas E. Dewey. ,jeopardy to the Western
ugee raids even when they
was made for me to Mother's Day they did they would wake up of the power of the presiden.cyheisthepeerofany The c h a i rmanship of Dr. Hemisphere's security. Very originate in countries other
meet with the sponsors and in Milton Eisenhower the for- MRS. MAUDE WHITE
the other patients. ,
little will done
EDITOR get anywherein than the United States. Thisis
Tiny Talbot, principal of G. Sun This is a past history. It may be, if he mer president's brother, is Mrs. Maude White of Johnson
the world however
for G. beautiful Sunday morning.And Please don't forget Mother'sDay. if the not a very firm p o licy,
H. S. to make plans a
has a reasonable amount of not enough. Dr. Eisenhowerhas prevailing intellectual died yesterday morning at the
complaisance whether measured by Repub-
H. S. swimming team. This at my age, how glad I luck, that he will prove the done an excellent job Putnam County Memorial Hospital
; to become universal lican or Democratic stand i
am to be alive and welL At A FLORIDA SENIOR
story on over a period of them all. these studies.
t: goes most effective organizing They policy. ards. I following a brief illness.
: of almost three years and least I am in excellent CITIZEN The President's settlementof need the imprimatur of the The Mrs. White has lived in Johnson
Republican Study was In actual fact, there is prob-
to health and for 70 Hawthorne
would tel\ of feen-agers swim- nearly the railroad strike was, for duly selected leaders of the useful because it centers at- ably not too much in the Re- for a number of years and

example, a tremendous Republican Party. tention on the fact that virtu- publican study that the White will be deeply missed, she wasa

+' POTOMAC FEVERBy stroke in the public interest. ally nothing is being done' House would disagree with, member of the Mt. Bethel

The operators will not save, THE CUBAN study was important either by the United S t a tes except for the fact that it is Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements I

Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau directly, as much as they had because it offered a so- government or the Organization a Republican study. are incomplete and .
: been awarded by previous ar rare in the Cuban debate. This of American States about SOME WOULD that this
say will be announced later by the
His campaign to close those military bases makes Defense Secretary McNa- bitration. But they save untold rare in the Cuban debate. the problem in Cuba. A kind is a critical time and the republicans & Chestnut Funeral
choice for vice prsident Johnson loves him and This shadow of solution fell Hughes
mara almost everybody's millions by avoiding a a ,of paralysis has set in on have no business Home .
the congressmen hate him. long, bitter shutdown. The unions into two parts: Organizationof even discussing it. The Demo- making foreign policy a politi- '

-- won a slowing down of a government in exile from crats apparently hope that cal issue. This is really beside i
President Tom Moore of ABC wants' the baseball season cut to 60 week-end job losses. which both propaganda efforts voters will not think about the point. Closes

games. work a swap-baseball on Saturdays and Sundays, TV The attack and overt acts would stem College
Maybe we can on poverty, ; Cuba when they go to the The point is whether or not

>n Monday mornings. which should have been begun and, hard pressure on our allies polls this falL the administration in power HOPKINSVILLE,, Ky. (AP- I

years ago, the moves toward to stop trading with Cuba. In the meantime the Communist will devote its full efforts to a When Bethel '
: EBJ went almost a whole day last week without once talking to reporters.. easing world ions A principle of great significance position is being reexamination of the Cuban College suspends 1

It wasn't easy. Press conferences are President's salted peanuts.Castro's without damage to nation a 1 is involved. Cuba wouldbe strengthened, subversion and question and arrive at a fixed operations ULS spring, it will be

-- strength or.security, and his deemed of primary importance penetration in Latin America policy with an objective insight the second school by that nameto

sugar purchases had us puzzled for a while, but 'it's all clear now- several other successes, all to the'security of are increasing, and close in Western Kentucky.The .

he's trying to jack up sugar prices so high that our U-2 can't fly over them. in the public interest, -testi-' the United States and the the government in Cuba is If not, the administrationwill 110-year-old Baptis-s U p. ,

fy to Mr. Johnson's ability to Hemisphere. We would tell stable enough so that Russian be fair game on this is- ported school in Hopkinsvflle is I

doldwater swats a radio microphone in Atlanta. He doesn't like .mikes get. things done. our allies this and let them troops can be withdrawn. Mr. sue throughout the preelection closing after unsuccessful attempts I.'.

damned ,things: let everybody ,hear what you're saying. If he has any luck at all know that we were going to Johnson discusses Cuba with period, not only from Senator to relocate in the area.

'-- he will be in office long solve the Cuban problem even about the same detachm e n t Goldwater from the mod There was a Bethel College alI

That new cigarette advertising code is pretty strict. One company is still enough to assure himself of if this meant giving lesser as he discusses the Baker erates in the opposition who I Russellville, "35 miles away,

waiting for a ruling on its new commercial. -"The easiest cigarette to give up several pages in U. S. priority to Cyprus, Viet Nam, case. are not just looking for issues which closed in 1933.after opei

for Lent." .. history. Laos, or other areas more re- SOME THINK that this but want solutions. ating for 84 years. -'

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Justice Eari Warren, speakingat are a religious people. since the beginning of that his- Cft8lla1SFOR

the dedication of a cathedral "The underlying concepts of tory many people have devoutly 7 ... .../"
believed that 'more thingsare :
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or religious please.
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President which he expected action this anti-poverty bill, the AppalachFamilv -I for the aged program, and a I country are entitled to have a Car-Free Kids Rivers. Construction Co.A .
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I)J AP By Special WILLIAM L. RYAN the division. But it I is,likely sucha I I tries. It turned heavy propaganda cused the Chinese of playing up even among U.S. allies. 'gram for world revolution in a, L Tarter OF Saute SOLE 67c.
Correspondent meeting would only confirm artillery on Chinese pretensions i String Beans
"" to capitalists in Western Eu The Russians insist this is "25-point platform" counter- ;
Ll New developments In the that the split is a fact I to leadership of a new and Japan and dealing with I Creamy Cole Slaw
Mos Red-ruled Romania has (world bloc. rope wrong that not only the United posed against the Soviet plan for I Hot Biscuit & Butter
\ cow-Peking dispute make virtu- been governments which are members States is the enemy, but all "im global victory. Hot Coffee or 4I
ally inescapable the conclusion trying feverishly to'mediate the I i The Soviet party fired a bar-. of Western alliances. perialists. I, Iced Tea COMPLETE
that communism is finally and dispute but seems about ready rage on this, subject in the; This "frankly anti-Soviet" Chi-I Y."r Sece-nl Cup .f Coffee .r tc4 Tee
\ irrevocably split into two main to give up. I I March issue of its theoretical I The Chinese idea, say the Russians i The Russians, too, seem to nese program, says Kommunist, li Always FREE.
: camps. The Romanian journal, Kommunist. It renewedthe is that Communists should conclude that Peking has passedthe exploits national prejudices, sets:
Premier Khrushchev is under statement party's April I attack in the journal's latest zero in on the United States as point of no return in the dis-race against race and East;
the schism bemoaned -
pressure to call an international Red on Chinese issue, out this week. the main enemy, and that thus pute. Moscow accuses Peking of against West, regardless of
f Communist conference in Juneor tion that a"in conditions now conten-pre I Kommunist accused the Chinese I it is possible to seek support putting together its own pro- Communist or capitalist rule.
July in a last effort to avert. vailing in_the Communist movement -. last month of trying to set = CAFETERIALunch
a split both on the intern up an "intermediate zone"I fI
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Gets Call From LB J; .

I HARRY's 80 Heads'Collect'For Swanky Blair House .r:' II IIBy Little FolKS- L :leQt'el, nzmaytrllrt- :

RAYMOND J. CROWLEY :wild Puerto Rican TeYolutionar- to call collect, but Lady Bird son's, Award for distinguishedservice. .

WASHINGTON (AP) His- ies stormed the door in a bloody wouldn't let me. I only have r ) MOTHERS DAY TREAT
but unsuccessful attempt to assassinate change enough for three min- Friday Truman speaks at a
tory takes an intriguing turn today S AYDUU
the him.President utes." luncheon of the National Press FIND OUR SPECIAL*
as Harry S. Truman, on
eve of his 80th birthday heads Johnson figured it "I will tell you what I will Club and then foregathers at CANT BE BEAT/*
into town and toward a billet at is not every day that a former do.",replied Truman. "I will accept 3r v 'r.vy. dinner with members of the old

Blair House, the mansion for president about to turn 80 hits it as collect." Truman senatorial investigating f
the nation's most distinguished town. So he invited Truman to Johnson told Truman he was :., committee. This was the com b.
guests. stay at the Blair House, whichis "one of our greatest national as- wh xiT mittee which, in,its quiet way MAKWe MOTHERRATH'S

Well does the former presI- usually reserved for kings-, sets" and added: "When you did so much to keep the U.S. e

dent know this famous old homeon queens and oil-rich sheiks. blowout those candles, Mr. war effort on the beam during I FRESH .__-__---- -
Pennsylvania Avenue. It was The President telephoned advance President, 1 hope you think of World War II. PORK'FRUH
birthday greetings to Tru- all the have turned BLACK HAWK LEAN GROUND
there he lived in the early 1950s lights you on RJBSTEAKS
while the sagging White House man Wednesday.He ouring 80 years. They are still Gets Christian LOIN BEEF
was being rebuilt from top to began the conversationwith burning in Greece and Turkey
bottom. And it was there that a jest, saying. : "I wanted and Western Europe and theBARONESS Fellowship Post Half or Whole
3 IBs. $10.0.
Emmanuel Gitlin, an assistant 69 professor of humanities at the

n___._ University, has been elected CHUCK 39 SWIFTS CANNED PREMIUM
HARRY TRUMAN president of the Faculty Christian

q.: l to blow oat candles Fellowship here. STEAK HAM.
Elected to serve with him are
1 Far East and in the hearts of John J. Allen, an asSita n t lb.
I your countrymen." professor of foreign language, 49 CHOPSIb. 3 1.99

Responded Truman: "I don't vice president: Frederick'. !
think we have had a better pres- Castor, pastor of University 59< t
ident in a hundred years than Lutheran Church, vice presi-
we have right now and I am dent; Walter A. Rosenbaum, Fresh Sliced Lean
tickled to death with him." an assistant professor of political BEEFLIVER BRISKET
qW After lunching and sprucingup science vice president; and f.iJt STEW
at the Blair House, Truman Richard H. Hiers, an assistant E, y "l"
professor of religion, secretary. 3 Ibi.Swift's Cr FLA 811 1 1r < 5 Ils.
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The most elegant.presentation The appointment, announced I
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by College of Engineering Dean
Exquisite purse bottles of Thomas L. Martin,' Jr. is effective COLLARD GREENS SELFRISINGFLOUR
By The Piece
July 1.
WHITE SHOULDERS PERFUME... A< V: Fahien is senior for
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. \ Thursday. May 7; 1954 Gainesville. Sun 9,
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Times This WeekendStory _.
I Story fl
= .' ,'- P., I .,. '-- :.
+I SEE F FL Cl1A ,
I by 1P'1 Time for children from dren from 7 to 11. Pat Greene i I -

PAlmLIP 3 to 7 will be held at the and Carol Neff, members of the FOR

\ ...Up Gaiensville Public Library Friday -Sigma Anchor Club, will tell I

\ L the SUN PLNITUPLIM'T from 3:15 to 4 p.m. Alice Oriental folktales. l tUftIt MOTHER

I Haines, a sutdent in the College ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
.. The Gainesville Public Library -
of Education of the Uni-

C' ALACHUA GENERAL atrice Williams, Archer; Kay II versity of, Florida, will be the and the branch libraries Ii tv. :>

{ May 6,1964BIRTHS Floyd, East Palatka; Clem storyteller of the Santa Fe Regional Li-

Gee, Cross City; Harry Bernard cT'1' brary will again conduct a Summer

I Adams, High Springs; Thomas On Saturday from 10:30: to Reading Program for chil

Mr, and Mrs.' John Touchber Clifford Spence, Trenton; Roy 11:30 a.m. there will be Story I dren. Registration will start

try,1002'University Ave., a boy; Hflyer, Chiefland. r0iz Hour at the library for chil June 3. __ I

Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Hell- DISCHARGED _ _ i

:riegel, 1845 NE 7th Terr., a girl Nancy L. Sheppard, Helen MAMM \AMMA Ml1AMMMfl Ouo... I,

ADMITTEDIra Corbin, William C. Duncan, 1 ggftjKjIf THIS COUPON lliI

James Duncan, Harriette Whid-

S. Roberts, Barbara Irene don, Bernice Wright and son, I SPECIAL SALE I

HellriegeH Suzanne Ward, Mrs. Mary B. Hatcher, Nancy I
Sheryl Touchberry, Marion Cur J. Hudson, Mrs. Carole Puller FRIDAY _& SATURDAY, MAY 8 9 ,

tis Townsend, Johnnie Smith, and son, Mrs. Eleanor Samu- I wr'- Zircolit I II

Courtney Waters, Antoinette els, Arvin A. Okus, Mrs. Clarice ,

':Jourard, Bronsop Bryant, Sylvia Fowler, Luther ,Clemons, Mrs. I *tf82fo II III' 1

Anglin, Evonne Filer, Lynne Lottie K. Duncan, Willie Ergle, RINGS # :J.' ,
I. Owens, all of Gainesville; Be- Jr., Mrs. Ava Rose Wilson, : o ELECTRICAL omws TO ., .

Mrs. Edna Richardson, Suzanne I' Storting Silver I'I'I

I ..nit'* University LEGAL of Florida NOTICE will receive Ward. TriE IMP TUFT7 ARE EQUIPPED Ifc CAR tJ. or Gold Filled Q 9 C"w I
.i fads''lor the general dais ef commedkIts'as'Hndlceted I
below.I Interested bidders Mountings M tax I II
*may"obtain forms. specifications May 5, 196-1
*md-*0ther Information contacting the ,
Purchasing' Division. Room by 104. Tigert BIRTHS Gigantic display representing the PENNCREST PORTABLE HAIR

.-tarrVnIvrslty'//Hie Florida -of- -Florida. Cames- Mr. and'Mrs. William R. Wit- .., utmost skill of modern scUnct. Subject I

4-Meat and Staples bids open every te, 274-22 Sc.hucht Village, a \ I tI } them to almost any t.st. You'l I DRYER WITH STORAGE CASE
Tuesday 10:00 J.\ be amazed. Comport them with I II
*U Hospital Supplies bids'open. every boy; Mr. and Mrs. Charles's. you1
...t-al Monday ruucwaf'additioni:and 'Air Conditlonlng Harden, Apt: 27W Cor r y Village I genuine diamonds! See if you can I 88
J .. for AE_Phi .So or fy House a girl;;' Mr. and' Mrs. Wil- tell the difference. I 11
_. 10:30 May 27 1'*4. Special!
I Guarantee covers tarnish of mounting -
T. N. WELLS liam L Sollee, 3530 SW 24th
: : Director of Purchasing- loss of stone or loss of brilliance.
!3332) 5:7.44"NOTICE Ave., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. David ;1 II II'I
P. Vick, 3860 SW ArcherRd. Perfect Mother's Day gift! Rotary switch has 4 heat
I OF INTENTION TO REGISTER ., a boy.* ., ''I MEN'S RINGS .. ... .. 1.49vp I

Pursuant FICTITIOUS to Section 165 NAME.0*. Florida Stat- ADMITTED .-.. {. I I LAD&S'& RINGS . . We up I II settings for her comfort, adjustable shoulder strap
_i'tes. notice Is hereby given that the un- I
.jtorslgned, Robert W. Ralney F. L. Burgers Mrs. Irma Jean Vick, Nancy iRING THIS AD WITH ONLY 99e, leaves her hands free, vinyl drying hood accom-
I ,I
: It Jean Bracher, doing business un- Sheppard, .Nancy Kay Harden, I
,..i.r the, firm name of Bur-Ney Cattle ,plus lOc tax.
";;o.- IIOt.Iee. Route 1, Box I1 -D. Gaines- Orothea Dexter, Diane Loretta I modates her largest curlers! Easy-carry molded

...rlile"eO Isler, Alachua said County fictitious Florida name, under intends the to Witte, Mrs. Clara Isabelle Nee- I I I: plastic case. Buy it today at Penney's!

_. rovlslons Dated a of Gainesville the aforesaid Florida Statute.this 23aay ley, Diane Ruth Sollee, Mrs. eodfr

of April. A. D., 1t6 Ava Rose Wilson, Rose Thompson I

JEAN BRACHER43301) Gainesville; Alma Thomas, "I
4:30.1. 14 21
.. a- Lake Butler; LeRoy Peter son, L -_ -_ _- _ aa.1,
: LEGAL NOTICE Micanopy; Elizabeth: Butler,
-The University of Florida will receive High Springs; Frances Juanita
.tids for the general.class of commoditiesas Coleman, Alachua; Henry
j Indicatedbelow. Interested biddersmay ,
obtain forms specification and Blakely, Newberry; Bonnie

-other- Information Division, ROOM by contacting.JOi, Tiger the.Hall PurChasing Mason, Micanopy; William Dun- 'Ta

-University*tley.iu of Florida, Gainesville, Florl- can, Micanopy; James Alex- ft 7geet1

-Meat and Staples bids open every ander Duncan, Micanopy; Wil-

-Tuesday-Hospital 10:00f Supplies bids open every lie Young, High Springs; Janice
'Monday 3:00 Annette Hines, High Springs.DISCHARGED D xi j1?
7-4-5J- Pipe Connections 10:30 May 17, CREATE A HAZARD ay
14-54 Steel Buildings 2:00 May 14, 1964 A M
".4-57 Closed Circuit TV Camera 2:30 May Almita McPherson, Evelyn OVEQLUADIr4C CIRCUITS. tJJtfl !f
.4, 1t 44t451 Library Furniture 10:30 May U. Scott Mrs. Rebecca Gray and ELECTRICAL

1'64 son, Lorenzo Mauldin, Roy Allen _
.*'4-5 1:00 May Professional 19, 1MMfl Filming Equipment Lowell, Alexander Nisbet, Mrs. tic c nnt mint itui
Analog Computer 11:00 May 21, 19*4 Wimmial Lofton, Mrs. Adis CALL FOR BIDS /) ,
Johnson, Mrs. Doris Smith, During World War II, at the GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA % 10 MoUte%
Yurlee Sealed bids will be received by the %
\ VINYL. FLOOR TILE I Montgomery, Mrs. Mary Board of Public instruction of Ala # .9
I height of meat rationing, a Texas I
West and daughter, Mrs. Bar- chua County Florida at the office of
the Beard 1117 East University Ave.
t 10 9* PER bara Doke and son, Mrs. Virginia -j shipyard used bananas Instead nue. Gainesville Florida, up to 3:00 MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY MAY 10
Alison Nalbach P.M. E.S.T. Thursday May 14 1>44 rapc
TILE Stephen of to the: at which time and place all bids re-
grease prepare ,
Fred Floyd, Mrs. Kate Cheek, ceived will be publicly opened and read
Co. which slid' aloud for furnishing all materials and
1 on new ships
Mrs. Sharon Witt, Willie B. ways labor and constructing the following ,
716 N. Main St.
! 4 I Young, Orothea Dexter. i into the water. I' 94 prolects Unit.: Westwood Junior High School SPECIAL:
1'A4 Unit Shell Elementary School
1H4 Unit Douglas Elementary School
1t 44 Unit. Hawthorne High School .
:. Gainesville Florida for the Board of
ell Public Instruction of Alachua County, FOR
Florida. ,
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Any bid received after the specified
lime and date will not be considered.
I f: Each bid must be accompanied by a
I certified check cashier's check or bid MOTHERS, DAY
bond In the amount of five per cent i
of the base bid as guarantee that the r
bidder. If awarded the contract will. .... ..
within ten consecutive calendar days
with the Board of Public Instruction of
THE STORE WITH MORE Alachua County Florida In accordancewith "
CENTER the accepted bid and give a contract a-4(4 tt4IL, p"
GAINESVILLE surety bond satisfactory to said
STREET Board In an amount equal to one hundred r fY s
1302 NORTH MAIN per cent of the contract price. .. .v EASY-CARE r'y
.. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a a
I "0 period of thirty days after the date set NO-IRON
for the opening thereof.
! I All work shall be done In accordancewith 1jc
plans and specifications and central ; p: S. 'j
: documents relative thereto as prepared f5 : t 45q
by Architect David Reeves 307 5.

! I PLEASE MOTHER : SAVE MONEY TOO! I :''N.E.Mans,First specifications Street. Gainesville and contract' Florida.documents d ,f .. ,,y
will be available and may be. % ,.. V J
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examined at the office of the Superintendent "L. .
ot Public Instruction In :
Gainesville. Florida or at the office of
:: SALESMAN'S ORIGINAL: Architect David Reaves. It-
Two sets of such plans' and contract fair G .
.' documents and forms for bidding maybe 4.

I : secured from the by office general of the contractorsonly architectby 4.f9v
:.-: .t" F depositing therewith 3000. The deposit '-4
from general contractors will be
: refunded upon submission ef a bona- '
JEWELRYSAMPLE fide bid and return of said plans and
contract documents In good condition
within ten days after the date set for
the opening of bids. If the general con- t
) tractors desire more than two sets of .
such plans and specifications, .these r 'i Rypo'
may be obtained by paying the cost of R
duplication which will not be refund ACETATE TRICOT PETTICOATSIN
Subcontractors and material supplier 7-RIB
may purchase drawings and specifications UMBRELLACOMPLETE
SALE from the architect; by paying the FASHION'S PRETTIEST COLORS
; cost of duplication at the rate of 11.00
;; per sheet for drawings and $3.00 per
set for specifications plus hand I Ing WITH TABLE What a beautiful assortment+ of fancy

charges. trimmed styles just three pictured
Bidders' qualifications must be satisfactory -
to the Board of Public Instruc- 7-foot, 7-rIb umbrella of heavy here! White, pastel and gay colors in no- C
lion Board of of Alachua Public Instruction County. Florida.of Alachua The I vinyl coated fabric with floral iron tricot straight ruffled and scalloped 9 9
t $400 O.OO WORTH OF NEW County. Florida reserves the right to 5 0 bottoms elastic waist. Small
: --- -- :: :.- v i t i 'waive Informalities in any bid and to patterns inside sord colors outy, .
!'I accept any bid which they consider to ben : 3 Z dium, large and extra large sizes in various
:-::. : ; the best public interest and to re- side D o ubi.1 tilt aluminum lengths.
lect any or all bids.
+ The Board of ,Public Instruction of Ala pole. Round 42-inch table with

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.. 10 Goinetville Sun Thursday May 7. 1954 _

It : Calendar Of Events CLub Hears Senator Dinner Given For Calling All Home Make

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f TODAY May 7 9 a.m., Holiday Inn. Regular v xt Barton ThrasherWinston By Bob Oakley

Chapter CQ, PEO, 8 p.m., Bridge Party, Gainesville

Mrs. M. H. Johnson. 1617 Woman's Club.SATURDAY SEVEN RULES
Cellon Dalton Harri ,
NW 12th Road.Gainesville. May 9 E. Arnow entertained ley son i
with 'a bachelor's dinn e r Leon Thrasher, John Montgomery TO HELP JNDECORATING
Chapter 44, American Association of Un- I
Greene, Leroy Carpenter I
Monday evening at the Gainesville -.
OES, 8 p.m.. Masonic Temple. iversity Women, Garden Teah
all from Ocala Richard Wit-
Golf and Country Club for ; I
University Women's Club, o nor ing state president-
Barton E. Thrasher, Jr., whose: tington Jr., McIntosh; J. E.
t Bridge Club, 8 p.m., Clubhouse elect Dr. Lalia Boone, 3 to 5 ,. ; '
marriage to Miss Glenda Moon Thrasher III of Jacksonville. i '
West Newberry Road. p.m., Mrs. S. S. Koru 1130 ,
I OES Banquet honoring Mrs. SW 9th Road. k "- will be solemnized Saturday af t- An antique silver chafing dish 1. Let your
filled with red and white carna- i home reflect
Adele Robertson of Miami UF ernoon.
Wore Agricultural Women's .
r red and white tions and greenery was used atone I your own per
thy Grand Matron of the Grand Club, Annual Family Picnic tF sonality. Learn
end of the table a ,
boutonnieres rked
Chapter of Folrida 6 p.m., Holiday 2 p.m., Lake Wauberg, picnic nation m a from but do
candlesticks hold i n
of silver g
who I not
Inn. places> for the guests, were copy -
Official 5 .
visit ,
supper p.m. white and encircled with your friends
united to members of the two tapers j
following 8 p.m., Masonic Tem Student Recital of the Gainesville families. They were:. red carnations formed the cen: and neighbors.
ple. Music Teacher Association,
Richard I. Jones, John Paul terpiece.Mr. I 2. Combine
Exchange Club Ladies' 7:30 p.m., Kirby Smith School beaut .. .
Night, ith
'Jones Jr., Dr. Herbert J. Stevens Arnow presented '
Bob :
7 Auditorium. Open to the public. \ effort Choose
p.m., Holiday Inn. a'
FRIDAY .J4 17\ James W. Greene, E d d ie the bridegroom elect with furniture that's lovely to lookat
May 8 'Davis, Abbott McDavid, Fred silver cigarette case as a memento -: and to live with.

Gainesville Bridge Club, Smith-Bush [McDavid James Pruitt Lind-! of the dinner party. \ 3: Don't overcrowd rooms.

Hostess Trio Nuptials SetA 4: Use color lavishly whetheryou
'like harmonizing
L A C HUA Sunday at 41 I monotones -
Gives 4 or contrasting color
Coffee ,
p.m., the marriage of Miss schemes. Avoid drabness.
T !n Jr"" Fmith and P I
a v t.
For GraduateMiss 5.: Mix-don't match. Mix
Herman M. Bush Fort Campbell -
1 periods wood finishes, and
Gina Whiddon, daughter Ky., will be solemnized at '' '" fabric textures so that each
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whid- the First Presbyterian Churchof Mrs.' Lyle N. l\kAliste-: t Be th Johnson of Orlando;and Mrs. GeorgeW. I item in the room will have a
don, was honored at an informal Alachua. I Rainbow."A Secretarial Courses character of Its own. Your
I items do not have to MATCH!
morning party given recently -' The nuptial date, previous but they BLEND
-J must: TOgetner
at the home of her limit must be made on[only woman member in the the legislative delegation.New .
aunt announced for June 6, has been '' Shorthand beautifully
Mrs. Sidney Robertson Jr. changed because of the br i ide the amount of money spent on house. I I officers, installed by Speedivriting
The honoree will be political campaigns, or we The senator pointed out that Mrs. Alma Bethea, registration 6Use your imagination.
graduated elect's
groom new duty assignment have the courage to
: from P. K. Yonge. Laboratory, in Germany.The shall degenerate into machine: "it is especially hard for wom- supervisor, are: CLASSES yourself and keep in mind express good

School in June. I bride-to-be is the daughter -: politics in this state," Senator I en to learn to be objective in Mrs. George W. Rainbow, \ taste.
Co hostesses for Beth Johnson of Orlando said politics." president; Mrs. Edward P. Me FORMINGHowell's f
party. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitch- NOW 7: Sketch a lay-out of your
with Mrs. Robertson were Mrs. ell Smith of Alachua and Mr. yesterday during a talk given Among the major problems Lean, vice president; Mrs. rooms. In a new home this can

: John White of Jacksonville al- Smith is the son of Mr. and for the Democratic Women's facing Florida's Legislature, George E. Wolff, secretary; be done right on the plans.

so an aunt of the honoree and Mrs. Marshal Bush of Brand' Club of 'Alachua County. 'I Mrs. Johnson said, were raising -and Mrs. Ralph B. Thompson, Business College ,, Your you -furniture and we dealer invite can you help to
Mrs. Johnson Senator from' for schools and for treasurer.The .
Mrs. Virginia Baxley, grand I money come in and tae advantage of
mother of Miss Whiddon. 'ord.Mr.. and Mrs. Smith will' the 19th District was guest the mentally ill and retardedand following district vice- 218 W. University Avenue 376-3507 our free decorator service. No
attended th speaker for the annual lunch conservation of wilderness presidents also were installed: obligation of course.
Thirty guests e: entertain with a reception at the i
: party. I church following the wedding. I eon and installation of officers, areas for recreation.Mrs. I Mrs. James Wershow, first district -
which took place at the Holi- Lyle N. McAlister, out: ; Mrs. L. J. Benninger, Home Beautiful Furniture Co.

day Inn. going president, introduced the' second district; Mrs. David< i
1703 N. Main St. j
In her talk on "problems facing -speaker, Mrs. Robert Baker, Chalmers, third district; Mrs.
the Florida Legislature" state president of the Democratic McAlister fourth district and I -

Sampk Hat the speaker reminisced about Women's Club Ralph Tur! Mrs. Phillip Flemion fifth dis- ,

I the period when she was the lington and Osee R. Fagan of trict. FOR THE GIFT
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Press Conference SHOP %

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: (EDITOR'S NOTE Margot The lawn was lush and green, "Daddy's down now." 11

Cormier, wife of AP White the red-coated Marine Band was For the boys, the news confer BLOUSES HOSE ;

House newsman Frank Con- playing, and red-and-white striped ence was over.

mier, dressed up three of awnings hung over the refreshment .

their youngsters in their Sun. stands. The children made another
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685I day best Wednesday and took trip to the refreshment stand, SPORTSWEAR JEWELRY
We found the best
i them to the President's out seats we although the conference contin-
door news conference. This is could, well in the rear; while ued. Then more wriggling and
i waiting for the President to appear LINGERIE ACCESSORIES
t I her story .of the big event.) I squirming and questions:
the children made two
.. I I Where'd the band go?
w By MARGOT CORMIER trips for cookies and punch. .
4'-/ Is that the White House?
; : WASHINGTON AP) A When they weren't eating or

ifY whoop of joy came from 10yearold drinking, they kept asking, What's that on top of it? i I
When the President invited all
Elizabeth, a hundred ques- Use Your CentralS
"Where's the President? the youngsters to join him on the:
tions from 5-year-old John a
Where's daddy?" Elizabeth took the i
thoughtful silence from 4-year- stage boysin l.dJZ:47. Or Regular
Johnson came into view and tow.I .
old Billy.
I (, anY one of a kind models made My husband had just announced the boys jumped to stand on I saw them climb to the stage. Charge!
their folding chairs. John's chair Then they vanished in the 311 N.W. 13th St.
: all invited
that "you're
io sell fcr 8.98 to seat and his latest -- -- .-
22.98 conference." He suggested that collapsed cup ---------- ----- -- ---- -- --- --- --------------- ------
Johnson's of punch flew over the both of saw the President, look
to President news
This is our once-a-season sole of fabulous even the baby Michael would us. ing somewhat like the Pied
show Piper, and of other I rvf.'s distinction in giving
room samples- collected from only I want to go-but he was over scores an elegant aZALE'S
our top designers! Glamorous straw brirr ruled. Asg the President made his children. My own were out of
-: swathed opening announcements, Eliza- sight.
in veiling-or clustered Wednesday-the big day -
with beth sat engrossed. The boys Reappearing finally, they
flowers! All got shoes polished and Sunday
flower pillboxes, cloches wriggled and squirmed. I didn't made yet another trip to the refreshment -
; and school suits out. Billy's jacketwas
f toques! Slick sailors fedoras hear much of
and dirty and I had to borrow what he said. tenlElizabeth
big brims in Italian straw braid! The President recognized dad managed to shake

These and dozens of other important styles one.Naptime was a shambles. No for a question and the boys hands with Mrs. Johnson. And DIAMOND HAMILTONthe

I in glorious spring colors! one would sleep. stood on their seats again."Daddy's all the children got to pat thePresident's

We were in the car by 3:15 up now" John an- ,beagles, "Him" and

and on the drive into the city nounced. We couldn't hear the "Her." distinctively elegant watch! i
question and then John added Everyone was happy.
the boys rehearsed the greeting, "

"How do you do, Mr. Presi -
II w t 'klk
At the White House gate, along '1tii

l line rf r"'".rs "r" '*"|- .._ ,..,,, GIFTS FOR HER t3i-- H I
dren waited. It looked like = _== .,;= ""'" FROM OURJt4il Ptee'

Saturday afternon at the
)) movie theater, flAI !
: THE STORE WITH MORE neighborhood '= = r
GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER except for everyone looking ,( rI,},I.r/,

more dressed up.
t 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,. .it v.w.vrE
Entry to the White House _

t W' '. grounds brought a reaction of /] 0 1.Q
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excitement mixed with relief rlf"J

B-L CHARGE or CENTRAL CHARGE that we had made it. ; '
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I .. and you'll see beautiful .merchandise personally l 1

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B. Fashionable 17-jewel Hamilton features 4 diamonds slender dress band . $49.95
With. Deluxe Square Arms 98 count. Application forms on request. C. Hamilton J jewel precision movement encased in Florentine gold with 6 diamonds '. 95945
Inches: 0 ubU ann',.UIit cKei. 0. 14 diamonds in superb 17-jeeT Hamilton case of luxurious 14K gold. . $150E.
S 2 DoubU arm folding chairs 27 .Ten round diamonds totaling Vi carat adorn 14K case of this elegant 17-jewd Hamilton $195
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; Home In( Cedar KeyCEDAR t PINK! Want more your money?
1 Keep Your Eye On Grant'sKNGWH"'vrsu
KEY -Mr. and Mrs. ,.d Mr. and :Mrs Jerry L. Haw-, .
David W. Andrews were mar' ins, Mrs. Mary E. Mullaney1VIr. Color Me Pink! -fW '
JsyJie/oise CI'lseDEAR ried April 26.at the Christ Eps and Mrs. James O. Dris- $:'!i"" '..
copal Church of Cedar Key :oll, Mr. and Mrs. Llandoff An-' You'll be Tickled .withBEDDING ..
with the Rev. Henry D.Hoyt o! !news and children, Mr. and: \ %4 ., }f' .' CLEARANCESALE
HELOISE: good stroller and our son is now ficiating. Mrs. Fred Miller and Mrs.I or- CARPETINGFrom 1t ,
I have the simplest methodof three and we still use it. Be- Wedding music was provide Sara Proffitt, all of Orlando. \ .
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lining draperies that one sides can put packages :
you your by Mrs. Verona Watson, organ Mrs. Ada Marvin Andrews, : '
could imagine and I think others in it when you go shop- .lavannah, Ga., mother of the I i t
would like it, too. ping! ist.The Mr. and Mrs. Day -
Bridegroom "
bride, the former Mr: :
Instead of lining the_ drapery MRS. R. C. Louise M. Ferrell of Orlandowas i:d Andrews,Macon, Ga., Mr. j (}J
t Itself and sewing in 1 the lining, given in marriage by her and Mrs. John D. Haines, Mr. ; A. D.Chombless.
somepeople make two identical DEAR HELOISE: son-in-law Jerry L. Hawkins and Mrs. Scott Witherell and _' Jr.
pieces, one lining and one When making doughnuts from She wore a blue silk dress with Mr. and Mrs. David Dickson Jr. BEDDING & CARPET CENTER
outside drape. These'are usually the packaged biscuits I don't matching accessories and car Winter Park; Mr. and Mrs.
placed on two rods. My bother with cutting out the ried a prayer book and a cascade -Harry Martin, Winter Garden, 818 W. University Ave. FR 2-044! LADIES & CHILDREN
method even eliminates the holes. bouquet of tanger i n e and Mrs. Helene C. Conrad,
second rod :and the lining is I just stick my finger throughthe sweetheart roses. Maitl nd. :i .
easier to wash. biscuit, swing it around a
My lining is made straight couple of times and then dropit Her only attendant was her I LADIES DRESSES
L. Haw
daughter, Jerry
(with old sheets) and in separate into the fryer the biscuit, I
dress, ASST. SIZES
kins, who wore a pink
piece, just like a shower not the finger!
MIDGE WILSON white accessories, and yellow ONE OF THE FINE STORES -
curtain! I hem the sides, top
carnation corsage. IN DOWNTOWN. GAINESVILLE
and bottom the material, then 297Reg.
put small button _holes across DEAR HELOISE: David Andrews of Macon,I 6.99-8.99 ONLY
the top.I Fleecy paint rollers may be Ga., served as best man for I
use the buttonholes to slip softened for re-use by rinsing his father.A I
with any laundry softener. small reception at the cou-i
the hooks the
over drapery on
inside of the drapery. When I have a tiny scratchon ples's apartment followed the: LADIES DRESSESASST.
my walls (which are ceremony.Mr. I MOTHER'S DAY
I sew small snaps at intervals paint.ed with watertype Andrews, formely of Win SIZES
MAY 10th
'* along each side so the lining paint), I take my child's water ter Park, has established a real'
stays neatly in place. colors and can usually estate office in Cedar Key. "
This lining is much easier to .match the colors fairly well.It Those attending the wedding: ONLY 497
wash and iron than attached '
Reg. 5.996.99
of the family
works! were members I
linings! arc. The inside straight"sheet" MRS. D.M.K. and close friends. They includ- k\
may be sent to the I

laundry-machine or ,done and in the your drapery washing ,i ;:; : : LADIES DRESSESASST.
From. 1@
Itself sent to the cleaners. I .
.-I.have. used this method on 1 jt'r SIZES
both ready-made drapes and I I .
those: .have made myself with

pleater tape.MARTHA .TAYLOR. -I r8If: 7.99-8.99 ONLY 597Reg.

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If one wanted to, one could o all gifts "
put two little button holes two 97
inches apart and put them ONLY 7
both through .one drapery Reg. 8.99-12.99
hook and'thus- make an imitation KING JAMES VERSION \1Id4o
pleat! Real tricky, I'd r REVISED STANDARD VERSION

say. .. HELOISE ShoesShopping I LADIES FALL SKIRTS :19-5.99 1.47

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The new expectant mother E the
who wants to know what to buy ,meetings,parties-all places

and what she can do without I;' a smart,busy mother dashes,Natural LADIES BELTS gIj0o: ._= : 37c
and is a'
for a new baby ( on
will take her in and
tight budget) will be surprisedwhat R sYdr'1 '
she can do without... j comfort Lt. Girls HATS "& .
is : complete Wrap up a pair ,. .:. 37c
Baby furniture a luxury .
I prettily,if know her size,
secondhand you
We bought youth
b furniture and refinished it. Any i( \ World Bible, colorfully illustrated handsomely bound, superb: or give her a Natural Bridge Lt. Boys KNIT ,SHIRTS f.;9 47c
paint store can give you instructions printed..a truly beautiful gift;to use and to cherish.Choose from ou and
Gift Certificate let
on what kind of paint. wide selection of reference and personal editions,some in large print Lt.
Some paint is poisonous, and with lu..xurioushite. bindings. Prices from 53.50 to SI5.00. her have the fun of Boys Flannel ROBES 1% 97c
all babies reach the age when 1 many

the they bed.will Be chew sure on to the use edge NONTOXIC of-:I CHESNUT OFFICE S. \ ,, \\ choosing her own. PETTI PANTS fiS: ;;';i.oo. 47c

paint.} I II
I Youth furniture can be used I II
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the over-sized combination,: EQUIPMENT CO. INC.
youth and baby beds and the MOOART Length
chests of drawers. I GIRLS SLIPS 7-Full & .1.97

I would not buy a baby buggy.I 106 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE FR 2.8421YOURFURS .

This can be used only a short Girls HOUSE COATS ;r & 1.97
time. Ye put our money in a _.. MODART Black Patent
M :: Leather . . 14.98

WALDORF White. Beige. Girls CORD SLACKS 55 t? & 97c

Navy, Patent 12.98

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i Smocked, cap sleeve style, sizes 4 to 14. Pink blue.
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And are they cute! For boys and girls and they're tHe finest made.
--4- r'v e HOLLANDERIZING- Reg. $2 now $1.39
--- Only genuine Hollanderizing makes your furs
[ S_..s.>, so Clean%'so soft, so beautiful. Only authorized LITTLE BOYS SHORT SETS
offer this
HoJlandermng establishments can
:: care.. Smart little sets, tailored to fit, in a famous make. Reg. 3.50.

., : ..' Sizes 1 to 4 .. now $2.69 HOUSE ,".: . . . 3.27 f


..3. .-- '::.. _RELIABLE SAFE STORAGE Beautiful fitting knits, in a brand you know. Sizes 2 to 4. I
. $1.99
-4 Reg. $2.99 now
t i -:- : PINBALL MACHINE RS.4.47
: Also recommended for storage:
"_ **- *i Fake Furs Fur Trimmed Coats :
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1 :..':I.. .. Suede and Leather Coats Sawyer sport shirts in all sizes to 18. Reg. $3. BABY 'N BLANKET "ftb. 67c
c E. Cashmere Sweaters & Coats A good buy for only $1.69

F .-4 :";* I! Preserve the beauty of those glamorous TODDLER DOLLS & . 1.47
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: i delay make your arrangements to- boys, in all sizes. A fresh group of nice fitting shorts. .
day. a real good value only $2.59 ASSORTED GAMES ?& . 57c

: .

Match 'em with the walking shorts. There's cf style and a size. .
Y for all boys now .. 99c to $1.99 .
PLUSH TOYS RS . . .. 87c


A little bit of everything for infants boys and girls. Two groups of odd 30 Days or Months to Pay ,I
end sizes shorts pajamas girls hats and bags shirts polos .
WITH MORE t just to name a few. '

Gainesville Shopping Center OpsnVTH 1 9 p.m. :

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12 Gainptvillff Sun Thursday. May .7., IABrides'
"" .;;Jlll lllllllllo_ ..EI.j_ _
Golden.Age "

l Book Club Picnic Bridge

FRIDAY. May 8 Rehearsal dinner for Moon- 1T
Forty members of the Golden
Post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Thrasher wedding party following Age Club, sponsored by the' &hJw tdf.f Notes

rehearsal at the First Gainesville Recreation Depart'
Robert A. Monroe in, the

former Miss Janice Cannon, Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs., ment, attended a picnic recently BY By JOHN E. CRAPS .

8 Mrs. A. T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd 'at Magnesia Springs. \ 1\
Donald L. Thomas '
p.m. /
W. E. Baringer and Ian y
Street. This club for senior citizens OSEPHINELOWM4M
and Mrs. Robert E. Sullivan T. Gilson emerged the .winners
hostesses, Community SATURDAY, May 9 meets each Thursday at 1:30 \ in a closely bunched
at the Recreation Center.P Ji
Room of the Guaranty Fed- pjn. North-South field in the Monday -
eral Savings and Loan Asso- Wedding of Miss Glenda Refreshments are served and
evening tournament of the
,ciation. Jan Moon, daughter of Mr. members may play, bridge, Gainesville Bridge Club with Gainesville Sun
and Mrs. Richard I. Jones, checkers or chess. Horseshoesand
Bridesmaids luncheon 113 match points. With ten and BEEF RECIPE CONTESTHave
hon- and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr. shuffleboard also are avail- ,

'oring Miss Glenda, Moon, ., son of Mr. and Mrs. B. btI one half tables in play, the average you a delicious! way compete with other winners
able.Next for North-South was
bride elect of Barton E. E. Thrasher, 4 p.m., First business session is plan- pairs
you serve to your instatewidecontestforotherfamily
V 97%, for East-West 87.
Thrasher Jr., 12:30 p.m.. Mrs. Baptist Church. Reception ned for Thursday, May 14, i. tiel. ? cash
Wayne Sandefur, 1418 NW 16th following with bride's parents when plans for a May picnic -_, trti Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson prizes.
Terrace. hosts. will be discussed. rait3 isrsf took second honors with 112, It may be worth cash to you! Judges named by the Florida

Mrs. J. E. Moore and Mrs. ,R. Enter the Florida Beef Court- Beef Council will choose the

A. Scrafford were third, with aTs statewide recipe contest six top entries in the state,
Remember Mother's Dor ie
T' 110, and Mrs. H. L. Gray and todayl You may win money awarding prizes of $100,

May 10I 1.T Mrs. L. E. Garter toe* fourth and recognition! Three I local $50, $25, $15, $10, and $5.

I\\ % .: '4'1. rr with 106%. prizes: $20, $10, $5, are The top winner's recipe will

-. z Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr. and offered for the best.recipe be served to Florida's Com
R. H. Harms lea the East-West
Iii ;' submitted. The first prizewinner missioner of Agriculture and
atr field with 110%. Maj. and Mr*.
in local contests will his family on Father's Day.
B., M. W'nn won second place

with 104, Mrs. Herbert Stern HERE ARE THE EASY RULES TO FOLLOW:

and Van A. May were third 1.,All recipes must use Florida they may enter only one
Rqp with 94, and Mrs. J. A. We- Beef. local newspaper contest.
thington, Jr. and Mrs. C. W. .2. Recipes must be original and 5. Persons submitting recipesnot
I previously printed in must be residents of Florida.
flat :: Beasley fourth with 90. magazines, newspapers or 6. All entries must be post.
f1 Snow : The annual club championship advertising. marked before midnight
for mixed pairs will be 3. Entries must be typed or leg- May 25, 1964.
conducted at 7:30 this eveningat ibly printed, spelling out the 7. Employees of the newspaper
'1.How\ \ pNuch amount of ingredients. that participate in the contest -
the Holiday Inn. Membershipin 4. Entrants may submit as many and their relatives are.
the club is not requisite toparticrpatba recipes as they wish-bur not*}Jig'/})),to enter.WOOLWORTH'S
Cate .-....... ...WStart and visiting mixed
Yau t pairs are welcome to attend.

Ir t: 'X A G\ EMBER.. Now To Lose

;.. ) with r: .1

: .. \ rom ( Arc- ) I 10 Pounds in 9 days I ,

On 5 \,- --u r. Sometimes when writ i n g erage woman is affected by her I

R bQ I about figures I wonder if any waistline, I keep "pounding"
GEM of my readers think that I judge away!
people by their measurements. This week I am bringing you 'hS# ?:

i Nothing could be further from my 9-Day Reducing Diet which

J the truth! There are many fascinating -gives you a loss of from five to

overweight worn e n 10 pounds.
l whose love of life and warmth
How much you lose in nine
Select From Our and personality make their fig-
days depends on several factors.
ures so completely unimportantthat First is whether or not stick
Large Choice Of Gifts you
notice the
never even
with the diet faithfully. Then,
extra weight. too, the amount of physical acti-

Terms Arranged However, since I know what vity you indulge in and your

Use Central Charge 211 W. University Ave. FR 2-8658 a hazard obesity is to health, metabolic rate influence the
and since I believe that the av- rate at which you lose.
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Substitutes Allowed

You can substitute foods on r HEAVY DUTY
X% this diet so long as you substitute -' 1.99 LADIES'2.TONE 4-Pc. Cost Aluminum
a food from the same food
1 ,Y group. For instance, you can DUSTER COOKWARE

substitute a meat for fish
.4 .
2 Qt. Sauec Pan
fowl or for a different kind ol 2 Qt. See nru Cover
meat if you remove visible fat 177 3 Qt. Sauce Pan
and leave off gravy and broil. c; 3 Qt. See Thru Cover
O 5 Qt. Dutch Oven
:.. : or bake rather than fry the item. a 22c 10'/I-in. SkilletPt..uI
You can substitute one vegetable ., 10/t-in. See-Thru CoverALL
'1 } for another. is om"Coomark. ciabossed cot
w ton with lace trim. That means it's

: .ti However, this doesn't mean s t r crease resistant, washes-wears with FOR $9.88
c... that you can put potatoes in little ironing. 10-42.
.-::::-.-.f:::': :. the place of greens, although

potatoes (baked) have a legiti BRIGHT WHITE
mate place on slimming menus. ELECTRIC
M If you have been hovering: JEWELRY ASST. :

around a good figure for a longtime .

E WE HAVE DECLARED / or a short time, why not DOMINION .
= lose those few pounds in nine 4710. ;


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grapefruitOne Steam Iron .......... $7.88 style earrings. ,
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SAVlt SAVE NYLON wheat toast, Black coffee Pop-up Toaster. $8.88 ''
SAVE PLATFORM MID MORNING 10-Cup Percolator $8.88
--t P.ight, now.t You will r be rev able er don e ROCKERS 0 Glass of LUNCHEONGreen tomato juice Deluxe Hair Dryer $11.88 r I-,
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money as pu. \large Choice of Colors- .
sav e choose fromtontemPa our salad with lemon or

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r I -l1IlII. One piece of lean meat, steakor NYLON SHEERS:'

_:, I. roast (five or six ounces) 6

One-half cup squash (yellow 3 285.

Clermont prs.
2 with Y SOFA One-half cup string beans
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$7797 I DISTINCTIVE Regular $13.77 .a"" send.10 cents and a ,stamped, Plus tax sheer lace ;
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tailor LAWSON Seamless
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NOW Regular ac k Whites galore, beatrtjfuDy ,
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styled in plastic textures 1-
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tuff pad wrth sandCE BUMPER ENbD and patents. Single or .'
I loam seat 1 'also gives. you substitute allowable doable handled. -
tM'0 and arms-
Regular backWalnutexposed .
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sift fo
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sass, Foam these SOUTHERN ctv., CROSS flavor of your meats with
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.. egoist -.... choke-run.. Of herb seasonings? ;'i1.
'' 2 PIICI NTEMPOItARY NoW o NLY ....colors.......... $14'997. If so, the guiding rule for Midriff styled f,
living SCUlPtured PIECE SKIRTED I seasoning is that the flavor acetate tricot with 11x14" Frame .
SI1. SOFA rose ...."tailored.... _skirt to U enrich Your should be delectable, not de lace heer topping :>
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arms barn tcorner gropig .
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R,9 569,9E ;;sRSATILE : regular "1129"5-" "'" $9797 suggest using chives with Deluxe '8x10"
A beauty DOUG fts SLEEPER ground beef dishes and beef .

.Now t..... ...'oung by,night by day<< to a"4 give." You a comfort'ble pot roasts basic with pork 4
.. ONM..i r egoist SItfJS SIZe"- $10997 s dishes. .sage in stuffing for 2.00
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Scratched .

I Records are expected to fall 12:00.6; pole vault, Bob Harri

: .in many events tomorrow and ["" :11 '. '. ''son, Venice, 12 feet 6 inches;

Saturday in the annual state S' f [tr [!shot put, Steve Brown, LeeS
track meet at
The Southeastern Conference, after years in the darknessof 1:29. high school "-' < < < "At"Io; burg, 55 feet 7 inches; high
University of Florida asphalt .. :: .
basketball officiating, has come out in broad daylight. : oval. { .> \ "" ;.: ;. \;.\ ir;; ;\ !jump, several tied with 5-10;

Norman Sloan, Florida head cage coach and newly-elected .'" i i discus throw, Tony Cinicola;
The Class B meet will be run
president of the SEC coaches group, returned yesterday from I iLeesburg, 164 feet 11 inches;
r off and Class AA andA
the recent meeting. He was bubbling over with the big news broad jump, James Crawford,

that will produce the most striking change in loop basketball will compete on Saturday. Florida Military School, 21 feet

next season in the 34-year-old history of the group. ___ . >: : made Growth of the a Class separate B field'day 7% inches; 880-yard relay, Daytona

________ necessary Beach Seabreeze
which the SEC -. 132.0;
Sloan said the obnoxious "scratch" system for those schools. -- '
has used for years in regards to the assignment of officials There will be preliminariesat spring medley relay, Riviera

to games has gone out the window. 9:45: a.m. tomorrow and Sat Beach, 2:04.1: ; mile relay, Lees-

For the benefit of sports fans who may not know how urday in the 100 and 220-yard burg, 3:32.3.:

the worked in the the SEC lined up a slate __ 4 .. hurdles i
system past, $ ._. lashes, low hurdles, high Class B
of officials for its basketball season. Each coach, and there shot and discus throw.
Hill 55 feet
Last year Fred Ayer of Talla- Beach Forest ,
have been a dozen SEC schools in the past, has been per- Afternoon sessions will start at Phil Turner High hurdles, Bob Scherdin,
hassee three events 81 inches
High won' ; high jump
mitted to scratch four officials for his particular game. 1:45 p.m. with final in the pole for the%Demons second in Petersburg Dixie< Hol--i Florida High, :15.4; 100-yard
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vault and high jump. Other finals another and ran a leg on a winning !ins, 6 feet 4 inches; discus dash:10.1, mile Ken Hunt, Groveland,
; run, Wallace Dean
will start at 2:45 p.m. throw Morton Edison 172 feet
relay eam.Following ,
Groveland, 4:5-3.8; 440) yard
p GATOR INFIELDER RON CREESE Strong Favorite l13 inches broad Ron
,are the best times ; jump, dash, Bernard Mannifield, Jupiter

Adds Punch at Bat And in Field Florida High of Tallahassee posted in group qualifying tests Massey, West Palm Beach, 22 :52.65; 220-yard dash, Per-
favorite to repeat
looms a strong feet 7% inches
880-yard relay
last week: ; Lord Cross
ry City, :23.3; low
Class B champions.
as Class AA Orlando Boone, 1:30.0; sprint hurdles
and Dunedin figure to David Olivenbaum, .
Gators BattleGeorgia eesburg it out for Class A laurels High hurdles, Bill Tucker, Mi- medley relay, Clearwater, Clermont, :21.2; 880-yard run, i
fight 1:59.1 mile Miami Edison
and the Class AA event is wide ami Palmetto, :14.5; 100-yard Sam Harrison, Florida High;
with St. Petersburg Clear- dash, Strugnell, St. Petersburg; ; 2:03.2: ; pole vault, Dick Ballen- I

open Orlando Boone ,Miami and Pedurgiel, Clearw ate r, Class A ger, Fort Meade, 11 feet 4 inches -

Twice Edison water, and Winter Park, :9.7s; mile run, Moore, Gaines- High hurdles, Jimmy Sumner, ; shot put, Donavan Bozeman,

So, on a night when there have been full slates of SEC the contenders. St. Petersburg among- ville, 4:23.6; 440-yard dash, Pete Wimauma, 15.1; 100-yard dash, Jupiter, 47 feet 11% inches; high

games, six for example, and each coach has utilized his full top Class AA last Grinter, Panama City, Rutherford -Ken Littlejohn, Dunedin, ::9.8; jump, Dick Dodd, Arcadia, 6

four scratches and each coach has scratched four different won In year :49.3220-yard; dash, Rick mile run, David Piper, Less- feet; discus throw, Mike Brown,

officials, it readily Scan be seen that Commissioner Bernie On The RoadFlorida's Beach with Edison Seabreeze second.took Daytona Class A Levinson,. Tampa Plant, 22.05; burg, 4:23.9; 440-yard dash, Bill Florida High, 152 feet 7 inches

Moore's office could in no way possible assign officials to honors Starke J80-yard run, Byron Ovecash, Carpenter, Leesburg, :51.2; 220- broad jump: Bob .Stevens, Arcadia

games to meet everybody's approval. One Class w1 AA record runnerup.that is Jackscnville Englewood, 1:57.4: ; yard dash, Steve Holland, Wi- 21 feet 3% inches; 880-

Gators, with an out gren leads in runs-batted-in with 1 virtual certainty to topple is low hurdles, Tucker, Palmetto, mauma, :22.8; low hurdles, David -yard relay, Fort Meade, 1:34.2;

Had To Be Sent AnywayThis side chance to capture the East 22. a the mile mark of 4:25 set by :20.1; pole vault, Owens, Palmetto -! Riddle, DeFuniak Springs sprint medley relay, Tavares,

I 13 feet 5% inches shot Walton :20.0 880-yard run 2:06.2 mile
; ; : ; relay, Florida High,
Division baseball Miami Edison
ern in Farnum Smith of
meant, according to Sloan, that officials who had been crown The Gators likely will go with put, Wayne Owens, West Palm Wayne Shuff, Haines City, 3:39.8.:
officials had to be the Southeastern Conference, go last year. Merrill Moore of -- i:
scratched had to be sent anyway; or, Porter, catcher; Shannon, first has

picked off a "reserve" list, a group of either new, inex- to Athens, Ga., tomorrow for a Gainesville High School
I base; Montgomery, second Bettered that time on four different -
perienced young officials or those considered a cut below top two-game series with the al
base this with Gibson Fires Too \
drawer ,caliber. ways-tough-at-home Bulldogs. ; Randy Morcroft, short occasions year Close .

I stop; Don Pendley, third his best being 4:18.0, :

This resulted in a year-after-year setup of, the same officialsfor The Gators, 10-5 in the SEC base; and Jim Duncan, Jim The pole vault record in AA

the same games in the same gyms to keep everybody may fall to John Morton of Edison -
race to 11-5 for Auburn must
happy. Generally, everybody wound up mad.It sweep two games from Georgia, Elliott. and Blomgren, outfielders. or Steve Owens of Miami Then Not Close Enough

I Palmetto. Both have done 14
put unwarranted pressure on young and new officials. and hope for Georgia Tech to

They want to keep working in the SEC, Sloan said, and split with Auburn on the Tigprs Close Out Play feet 6 inches this season. The

they' "afraid to offend coaches"who may scratch them from --' -hnmp-...- .fiRM. ._, .nn... .cocir.....J toelr.......... I old record is 13-4% set by Frank By MIKE RATHET It cost Gibson $50 MondavRoberto-- -- Clement______n___ l_<_=rf_ nf_u with..._. _*
future_contests.. Although the games tomorrowand Herring of St. Petersburg in Associated Press Sports Writer night:when he fired a couple of double. Gibson proceeded to '

I Start Anderson Saturday with Georgia close 1960.Fritz Has Roger Craig rubbed off beanballs at Philadelphia pitcher walk Donn Clendenon intention

Under the -new plan, there will be a master list of 24 basketball Coach Dave Fuller plans to out SEC play, the Gators still I Turner, Negro runner on Bob Gibson? Dennis Bennett. It cost the ally. Bob Bailey followed with a I

The ssioner's office will send two officials from Miami Central who won Craig hasn't Cardinals
officials.: comm start Charlie Anderson tomor- will have 10 more i probably revealed a victory Wednesdaynight bunt down the tird-base line,

..to :an SEC game and both coaches will take them and. I row and Danny Eggart Saturday games remaining -I the Class AA 100-yard dash last any of his tough-luck when Gibson fired a peg and when Gibson threw wildly,

like them. There will be no recourse. At theend* of the sea- in an attempt to the on the schedule. year and was the first memberof techniques' to his new St Louis over first base and let the win Clemente raced home with the ,

son the ,coaches will get together and discuss whether or not I series. Anderson is 3-1 sweep overall, Florida will play its next his race to take part in the teammate, but it's been an unusually -ning run score in a 1-0 loss to clincher. ,

certain officials came up to SEC par. They may vote to and 2-0 in SEC fames home game with Rollins on Fri- state track event, is back again unsuccessful week for Pittsburgh.

scratch officials from the following year's list of 24. The 24 gart is 5-4 overall and 3-3, Eg in I day, May 15; and go to Winter but may have trouble defendinghis Gibson, who got too close to the In'r Relief Friend The victory went to Bob
who are chosen will work where they are sent. SEC action, having lost his last Park to meet the Tars in a twin crown. Barry Strugnell of target Monday night and checked the Cardinals .
on six hits for a 3-0 record.
two games. bill on Saturday, May 16. Other St. Petersburg and Dick Pedur- Wednesday night couldn't get Gibson came OB in'relief of

Harmonious RelationsSloan games are set for May 20 at gie1 of Clearwater both did :9.1 close enough. Ray Sadecki in the ninth after Sadecki allowed only seven hits,

Tom Shannon, first baseman, home with Jacksonville Univer- in their group qualifier last but came up with an 0-3 record

said this will build for more harmonious relations leads the Gators in hitting witha sity, at Florida State ou May week to Turner's 9:9 in his when Gibson extended his (

between coaches and officials, something that has ,been too .299 mark for the season and 22-23, at Jacksonville University -group effort., ll streak of.m fortune. .

evidently lacking in the past. .340 in SEC play. Second baseman May 26; and the windup Edison's Morton, a' standout >i*f: Don 3-for-3 Drysdale meanwhile, got f

Earl Montgomery h i t- pole vaulter, shot put, discus. a performance from
Sloan said the coaches in their selection of officers, Kentucky's three-game series with FSU catcher John Roseboro and
ting .315 in the SEC and catcher throw and high jump contestant Night Game
here on May 29 and i CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO
Adolph Rupp is vice president and ,Babe McCarthyof May 30, I. CINCINNATI NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi broke a string of four straight
Porter in be the
.294 in SEC bids to outstanding
with abrhbi
a doubleheader abrhbi
Mississippi State is secretary, will build for continuity. Next to be play Rose 2b 5 1 1 0 c.S'th 3b-ss 4110 Stewart 2b 5 1 2 JJklou rf 4110 losses to Houston pitcher Dick
games. Right fielder Bill individual in the affair.
Blom- two-day
ed the latter rf 4100 Hart 3b
and will date. Harper If 4 2 2 Harkness lb 4 0 0 0 4000
year, Rupp McCarthy move up, a new secretary Pinson, cf 4211 Hunt 2b 4220 Williams "I/ 5031 Mays cf 4020 Farrell, hurling his third complete .
will be elected.To I I Coleman Santo 3b 4 0 2 McCovey lb 3 1 1 1
lb 2 0 0 OAltman rf 4122 game in the Los Angeles
Johnson lb 3221 Thomas if 4012 Banks _lb 3 0 0 Snider If, 4001
Robinson rf 3 3 2 Kranepool ef 4 0 00 Rodgers ss 2100 Hlller 2b 4000 Dodgers' 5-2 victory over the
how the coaches has been Geor- Bertell
show haphazard group ffiillJDAMERICAN Edwards c 4 0 1 Taylor c 3010 c 4000 Pagan ss 3000
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Cardenas ss 5 1 4 Samuel ss 0000 Cowan cf :1111 cKuenn 1000 Colts.
gia Tech's Whack Hyder was president this : He didn't Jackson
1u TWENTY.TWO p 4011 Crandall 3010
GAME IASEBALL STATISTICS Rule 3b 5 0 0 Moran ss 1000 Other Games
attend the meeting this year since Tech has dropped out of Overlll RtcOrd: 14 $ LEAGUEW Ellis p 4lOOSteph'son3b 0 000 Hendley p 5000
I SEe Record: 11 5 L Pd. Bh Wakefield p 1 0 0 0 Herbel p 1000 Elsewhere in the National
league. When the coaches looked around for the vice-pres- rUm, Locke p 0000 aM. ,Alou 1000
Tom Shannon lb ................. .b r .ba .2b 3b IIr rbl sb Cleveland 10 5 .6l 7 Bearnarth 0 0 0 0 Perry p 0000 League, Wes Covington's two-
ident to take charge of the meeting, no one actually could .................. 77 16 23 .299 4 10 5 .6l 7 p bPeterson
1 1 Chicago
16 1000
Dave Porter C ...................................... 74 13 20 .270 7 2 1 IS 3'New York I. 7 .533 2 Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 Larsen 0000:! run homer gave Philadelphia a
remember who he was. Earl Mongo.yery 2b ............................... 82 14 22 .26$ 1 3 Baltimore 9 0 .529 2 aChrTpn'r 1000 Totals_ 34404 Totals p
1 1 16 33232
Jim Elliott ...cf .................... 3 Bauta p 0000 i 7-6 decision over Milwaukee
................. 41 2 11 .268 0 0 0 3 Detroit 9 8 .529 2 ,a Forced Crandall for. Herbel in 4th ,
Sloan said the basketball coaches officers serve as the bas Jim Duncan If .............. ....................... 80 14 21 .263 0 1 0 9 7 Minnesota 9 10 .474 3'A bGonder Dillon 0 1000 0 0 0Tot.ls b-Struck out for Perry In 7th; cStruckout ; Leo Cardenas drove in four runs
Bill Blomgren rf ................ 3Vi p
.................. 12 17 21 .256 3 1 Los Angeles 9 10 .474 for Pagan In 9th., i
1 21 0 30 12 13 1 Totals 4 7 4
ketball committee. This group will work on the 1965-66 sched- Ron Creese 3b ..................................... 63 19 13 .206 2 0 1 4 6 Boston 7 10 .412 4 A-Called out on strikes for BearnarthIn 31 as Cincinnati walloped the New
Randy Morcrott IS ................................ 80 12 13 .163 Washington 9 13 .409 4V4 b-Forced .........
ule in an attempt to work out an equitable solution of dates USI TIIIII 31 At Bats 2 0 0 11 0 Kansas City 7 11 .389 4Today's 5th.. Stephenson for Bauta Chicago ........ .200 100 111-4 York Mets 12-4 and the Chicago
In 7th.Cincinnati San ........
for conference The SEC in its work to smooth the Allen Trammell cf ................................... 27 5 10 .370 1 1 2 Franclsc 100 001 oo -JE Cubs whipped San Francisco 4-2
games. Danny Eggart II ..................;................. 15 5 5 Games ...............000 260 202-12 i '
.333 0 0
way for adoption of the 11 school schedule for 1964-65, did Don Pendley 3b ...................................... 28 4 9 .321 0 1 1 0 5 4 0 1 Baltimore McNally 2-0 at Cleveland New York .................000 202 000.- -Cowan,".Rodgers. PO-A Chicago 27- behind Larry Jackson's five-hit
Jim Boyesen. cf ........................................ 172 5 Grant 1-1. night ,11. San Francisco 27-4. DP-Herbel, Crrn- .
havea roadblock of travel dates that were not satisfyingto Din Griffin, II ........................................ .7 1 2 .294.286 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 New York Downing 1-0 at Washington i York E-Blutl.27-11. DP-Cardenas.PO-A Cincinnati Rose 27-12 and Cole-New dill and McCovey. LOB-Chicago t, San pitching
some schools.Benefit Jim BI99.rt. II ....................................... 12 2 3 .250 1 0 0 1 0 Narum 2-0 or Stenhouse 01. night man; Cardenas and Coleman; Rose. Francisco 5. Friend was in trouble twice-
Charlie Anderson II .................................. 12 0 1 .091 0 0 0 0 0 Boston Lamabe 2-0 at Detroit Regan Johnson and Cardenas; Hunt Moran and I 28-Santo Mays Jack- 38-Cowan..
RiChard Phailnes ................. .. 1.2Los HR-McCovey. SB-Stewart.- and ,Ken Boyer put him there
II ................ 1 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 Angeles Belinsky 0-1 at Minnesota Harkness. LOB-.Cincinnati 6, New York
EveryoneSince Adrian Zabala II .................................... 12 0 0Pitching 0 0 0 0 11 Kaat 2-1 I 3. -. I Jackson W 4-1 ., 9 IP 5 H 8 2 ERBBSO 2 1 11 both, times. Boyer doubled in
Only games scheduled. 28 Cardenas Rose Johnson. C. U 1-2 .. 0
xHepdley 3.2 2 1 0
Name the fourth but thrown
g w-l Ip Ii lib Smith Thomas. HR-Robinson, Altman .. was out
ee ..
so Herbel
era ,
=harlie Anderson ....................a 346 NATIONAL LEAGUEW Cardenas Pinson. SB-Harper '2. Robinson ...?..... 4.3. 1 1 3 4
31 ..
the coaches now are working on thier own problemsfor Dan Griffin .................................... 3 2-0 18 1/3 3 10 6 50 11 0.78 1.33 L Pct Bhd Perry Larsen ......... 3 2 2 1 0 1 *1 1 3 at home when he tried to scoreon
the good of all schools, the future scheduling will meet Don Pendley .................................. 3 1-1 91/3 5 2 3 6 1.99 San Francisco 12 5.706 .- f IP. H R..ERBBSO x-Faced 4 men In 1st. 1 0 a single by Curt Flood. In
Adrian Zabala .................................. 7 1-0 21 14 6 10 23 2.00 Philadelphia 11 4 ."7 1 Ellis W. 1-0 ......9 7 4 4 2 6 U-Pryor. Secory Burkhart Sudol. T-
with everyone's approval and will benefit everyone, Sloan Jim Biggart ..... ................................ 7 2.2 32 33. 13 17 2.24 Milwaukee 12 7 .632 1 xWakefield L. 0-1.4' 5 5 5 3 1 2:45. -7.264. the seventh, Boyer led off witha
said. Richard Phalines ............................... 3 0-0 6 1/3 4 2 4 3 2.99 Pittsburgh 11 1 .579 2 yLocke .......... 0 0' 1 1 a triple but there
Danny Eggart ................................ 11 s..c 55 1/3 58 22 18 23 160 St. Louis 11 9 .550 Tfi Bearnarth .......1 3'2 2 0 1I Night Game stayed as
Jim Elliott ............. Cincinnati 11 9 550 J'/i Bauta ........... 2 2 2 2 1 0 Friend retired
..................... 2 H 6 2/3 7 6 4 5 1.09 .......... HOUSTON LOS ANGELES Flood, Charlie
Dillon .2 3 2 2 1 (j
The Gator coach could not contain his enthusiasm. "I feel Results Chicago 7 9 .438 4Va I abrhW abrhbi
x-Faced 3 In 5h. y-Faced 1 man James and Johnny Lewis.
Florida OpprnentFlorida Los Angeles 9 12 .429 5 Kasko ss 4000 Wills ss 3120
more like a professional member of the basketball coaching 5 FII. Southern 1 6 Mississippi State Opponent 1 Houston 1 14 .364 4V* in 5th. Fox 2b 4020 W.Davis cf 4000 Now 3-1
HBP Ellis (Samuel WP
have since 1 Fla. Southern New York 3 16 .158 10 By Spangler If 3000 T.OavIs If 4011
fraternity than I ever coming to the Southeastern 0 4 Auburn 2 Games Bearnarth. U-Weyer. Conlarv Harvey
1 Miami 3 2 Today's Bond rf 4l2lHowordrf 4110 Drysdale, now 3-1, had trouble
Conference," he said. "We have rid the SEC of the greatest 1 Miami 2 17 Auburn Georgia Tech 8 Chicago Buhl 2.1 at San Francisco 0' Venzon. T-J:5J. A-33,421. Wynn cf 4000 Fairly lb 2200
3 : only in the seventh when
Dell 00CincinnatI Staub lb 4000 Roseboro
13 Miami c 3031
irritant it has had in basketball all these years, the scratch Vanderbilt 4 7 2 4 Georgia Tech 4 PToole 1-2 or Jay 1-2 at New LOUIS Night GameST PITTSBURGH Aspro'nte 3b 3 1 1 0 Werhas 3b 2001 Walt Bond's fourth homer a
Kentucky ,
5 ,
for officials." 4 Vanderbilt York Jackson 23 nightSt. Bateman c 30 1 Trace'skl ss 3100
system 0 6 Kentucky 5 Louis 2-1 at Pittsburgh Mc. abrhbi abrhbi Farrell 0000
4 Broglio p Orysdale p 2000 single by Bob Aspromonte and
Georgia 0 3 Tennessee 13 Bean 0-0 night Javier 2b 4010 Alley ss 3010 awilliams 1000

Gator cage fans will concur with the UF coach in his ap 27 2 Georgia Georgia Tech 1 3 12 3 Auburn Tennessee 10 I Milwaukee Mahaffev 1.1.Fischer night 3-0 at Philadelphia Groat White ss lb 4000 4000 Clemente Virdon cf rf 3000 4 1 2 0 Ciustl bRunnels p 0000 1000 John Bateman's double pro-

praisal. It's a bright tomorrow indeed for SEC basketball. 2 Mississippi State 10 4 Auburn 0 Souston Bruce 1-1 at Los Angeles Padres Boyer 3b 4o2oClenden'nlb3000 Raymond p 0 0 0 0 duced the Colts' runs. Roseboro

0-1. night McCarver Flood cf c- 3 3010 0 0 0 Mota Bailey If 3b 4020 3000 Totals--.r..r.._.......-....-31.. 2._....t.. 2.A..v.Totals...r.___"&.... 2773.on_ an'..... was instrumental in two Dodgerruns.
James If 3000 MazVskl 2b 3 0 1 0 !b Popped up for Giusti in 7th. A walk, Roseboro's double
Lewis rf 3010 Pagliaroni c 2010
I Sadecki 301 Friend 3000 and sacrifice brought in
Gibson p p 0000 p Houston ................. MM- 000 200-2 a fly a
It Was Eerie Totals 31060 Totals 2170 Los Angeles ............... Ill 121 9-3 run in the second then Frank

ExperienceWhen St. Louis .......::--....... GOO 000 000-4 Howard's triple and Roseboro'f
Pittsburgh .............. OOP 000 001-1 E-Kasko. PO-A-Houston 24-11 Los
Angeles 2711. DP-Fox and Staub; Fox single added another in the
E-Groat Gibson. PO-A-St. Louis 24-
Kasko and Staub. LOB-Houston 4. Los
win- fourth.
13 Pittsburgh 27-11 none out Angeles 128Bond
ning run scored. DP-Javier. Groat and Roseboro Fox Bateman. The Braves held a 6-5 lead in f
White Groat. Javier and White; FrIendand
Writer Met Athlete. ; 3B-Howard. HR .
-Bond SB T. Davis.
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh -
MazeroskL 7.2BBoyer. LOB- ,Spangler, Drysdale. SF-Werhas.IP the eighth when rookie Richie

Sadecki Clemente. 3B-Alley H R ERBBSO Allen got the Phillies started
Farrell L, 3-1 ... S 5 4 2 2 4
Boyer. Pagliaroni. Giusti ._. .._._. 1 1 1 1 1 1 with a walk. Two outs later
A lanky 6-foot-4, 185-pound also IP H R ERBBSOxSadeckl. Raymond ...... 2 1 I 0 S 1 ,
II participated in some L, 0-3 .. $ 6 1 2 Covington beat his former Mil
Drysdale W
3-1 9 2 2 1 5
1 0
yGibson : 0 1 0'
sports writer of Danish ancestry WP-Giusti. U Jackowskl, Crawford,
i running events, dashing 100 FrlendW,3-0.'.. 6 0 0 2 2 Steiner Forman. T-2.09. A-U,7 l. waukee teammates.
strode to x-Faced 1 man In 9th; y-Faced 2 men
\' I IEI1j up Universityof yards in 10 seconds flat bi ttn.U .
Florida football stadiumthe Soccer is the big Danish -Stelner. Barlick, Donatelll Landes.
T 2.24.
other day on a mission.He sport, with track coming AI,6S9.Nitllt Game

was to interview a next. MILWAUME abrhbi PHILADELPHIA all r II iii

: Gator javelin thrower who May. M 4000Taylor2b 4000 I i
Mathews 3b 422 0 Allen 3b 332
t % $. .. . stood 6-4, weighed 185 am "But ports are not part Aaron rf 5221 5124 Callison Gonzalez rf Cf 4111 4121 Pierce Wulb ern.lyi
k \ ')f the Danish universities Torre Ib-C .
? hailed from Denmark.It Bailey c 201 *Covington H 3 2 1 2 ,

'*._ ,. ... \ was sort of eerie whei Pete quickly explained. "Andthere's bOliver Ib 4000Herr'Vnlb-lf4023 2100 Amare lb 0000
Alou cf Murphey
; Nis Nissen met Peter Skafte. the nation's Boiling 2b 4010 Dalrymple c 2 0 0 0 corp.
among yearlings.He a1 no campus life. Menke ss 3.'OWineu 3010
E But,. as sure as there is a SadowsU p 0 0 *Gulp p 2010
: \ja was late getting into He added that high schoolsin eGabrTson J' 1 0 Kliposteta p0000 ,

Copenhagen, there was noth- shape this season due to an Denmark are equivalentto Hoeft p "Wisell 0000Tiefenauer presentsREPORTS t
ing rotten in Denmark.Set p 0 0 0 0 cHoak 000Roebuck
RIp elbow injury and is currently American uni*---sities. p 0000
Record Totals :35 4II 4 Totals 2f 710 7
out of action with a severed _Singled for Sadowskl in 2nd; b-Ran FINANCIALby
Skafte is the athlete who tendon in the .digit finger on Only 6 Per Cent for Bailey hi 5th; Sacrificed- for Wise
has throm 2 javelin farther "It's diff'-mlt to get in 7th. :
his right hand. very MdwavkM ...._........... 102 040 000-4
4 than any other Florida performer into Danish high schools, Philadelphia ..............400 oil QU

.. history. Hopes To Be Back Pete said. "Only about 6 per E-None. PO-A-Milwaukee 24-10, PttUdelphia *- DR. M. S. HEIDINCSFIELD

Nissen is the writer Skaft to be cent smart enough to 274. DP-GonzaIeZ and Taylor;
sports hopes readyfor are Boiling and Torre; Torre and Menke;
who knows only that a jave- the Southeastern Conference make it" Aaron and Menke. LOB- Milwaukee 0.I' Or. M. S. Heidingsfietd. an experienced business commentate
Philadelphia 2. ind nationally known research specialist, holds an endowed chairn
'in is a long, slender rod meet May 15-16 and his Theyearold athlete has 28 Herrnsteln Mathews 2, Boiling.' : the College of Business Administration at the University oi
Covington. -
AllenHRV Torre.
rhich resembles the pen ins sights are set on 250 feet. traveled all over Europe and 38.-Oalrymple Hoak Tiefenauer. Florida.

hand. ** "There will be some good arts of Asia with his fpther, IP H It ER.. SO I .
Sadowskl ........1 4 4 4 1 C
Skafte's 216-11H mark this competition meet," he said, in author and big game hunt. Hoeft ............4 4' '1 S 1 85 ON ,
Tiefenauer I.. 1-1 3 3 2. 2 1 1 I .
;ason topped'John Hale's "which always makes you do ar. Gulp ......;.;......41-3,7 's 'S 3 4 .WR'U''F :
Klippsteln .......2-32 1 1 25 < '
., .15-0 in 1962. better. He's planning a trip to WIse .............2 0 0-5 0 f YOUR DIAL
And last season, as a freshman Pete and the javelin be- Denmark this summer wh-'"9 Ro.buck.W.14..2 1 '0 0 0 *

PETER SKAFTE WITH JAVELIN Skafte recorded a toss( came acquainted in high he hopes to keep in practicewith Gorman PB- ,Dalrymple.Williams.Torre.Smith.Pelekoudas.7-2:15. A- 6:05 P.M. EACH FRIDAY

,Great Pair on Gator Track Team 14.331. ---
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I FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP- laus, Masters champion Arnold Nicklaus, the tour's leading afternoon. Vegas Tournament of Champions Auto Service enter 1
1 Rain and a top-flight field poseda Palmer or defending champion money-winner with $46,150 officially Nicklaus says the recurringback has disappeared and he
duplicate threat to"Jack Nick. Julius Boros. was among seven 70, injury that bothered him feels fine. He won the tourneyby
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ite as 72 players. teed off in netted him first-place money of a yAu1T SHOP.
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I was' Homer Longest in Comiskey History? TON OPEN ITE I

TIL 9spotlight I
i I Br CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN out to the park right away. a brisk tailwind. I bounced off the roof." said Howie Roberts, chief pub- Nicholson calmly said:

CHICAGO (AP-This) is the Something big has happened.' There was divided opinion The ball Nicholson belted was licitor and traveling secretaryof "Moe Drabowsky threw me i
"We rushed out to the park. whether it bounced on the roof brought to the press box bya the Sox, "it would have hada slider and I met it. But I've hi: I
story of a baseball on a hot tin And what happened, I guess, of the ancient pavilion or beaming youngster who retrieved visible bruise on it. It cleared some base hits just as good.
roof. was something historical." cleared it. And that is where the it. the roof." This one just went farther."

controversy boils. "I was listening to the I Brabowsky said:
"I was flying down from Min- Second Homer gameon Paul Junkroski, a fan sittingin
Was it the longest homer in transistor radio in the
neapolis to Chicago in my private What created this cliffhangerwas my the left field stands, said: "My bad luck is holding out.
Comiskey Paik history? public park behind the stands
plane W\dnesday'evening, Nicholson's No. 2 homer of "The ball hit the roof. I heard I give this famous home run a
says owner Art Allyn of the Chi- the season in the first game of a "I doubt it, says veteran while"my dad was playing soft- the thump. It probably will be pitch. I gi7e Stan Musial his
: Jimmy Dykes, once manager of ball, said Mike Murillo, 12. "Ididn't
,White Sox. "I had the ra-
cago twi-night dcubleheader which the only time in my life I will 3,000th hit. I 'lose when Early
the Sox and A's coach. the ball bounce.
now an see AllI
dio on and heard that Dave the Sox swept 64 and 11-4 from II hear a thump up there." It is Wynn wins his 300th game. How
Fox Teammate know is that.it didn't land far
" Nicholson had hit a home run the Kansas City A's. It moved 375 feet to the first row in the do you like them apples?"
"Back in about 1928 when I from I dad had
the leftfield stands of was me. thought hit
over my them into a tie with the Cleve- lower
park. The radio people were so land Indians for the American playing with the ojd Phila- a homer. Then I realized a ball deck.Sped I t'\ / u1
delphia Athletics, Jimmy Foxx had the stands." to Scene '*
excited about it, couldn't. fig- League lead. come over No wonder
was my teammate. One day in Veteran baseball writers ex- Ed Holstein, White Sox park Louis Seafare
out what it was all about."I shrimp
ure I Strong boy Nicholson, who seta Comiskey Park he smacked one amined the ball. There was no superintendent, sped'to the
landed and my wife. Dorothy scene after Nicholson's homer tastes so good-they
major league record for that I know cleared the left mark on it.
met me and said: 'Let's get I'strikeouts with 175 last season field stands. Nicholson's homer "If it had landed on the roof," and later announced: cook it just like
I "I paced it off. It came to rest they do their chicken!"
and has 22 in 15 games this 1 I fi
'year, had his biggest night in 573 feet 'away." Call them: FR 2-6311

Major baseball. He clubbed two I Earnings Up $1.20 I If true, this beats .MickeyMantle's 309 North West 13tb St. /-' :: ,,
homers in the first game and well-publicized -
another in the second. He NE WYORK (AP) Willie Mrs. Behringer, "I picked your era shot of 565 feet out of E
LeadersAMERICAN fanned three times. I Hartack who rode Northern mount, Northern Dancer, in a old Griffith Stadium in Washington 4' 1LrI tT sVtiY
Dancer to victory in last Satur- Kentucky Derby pool. You rodean D.C., in 1953. And it would Li
LEAGUE But the prodigious stroke was day's Kentucky Derby at Chur- :
Batting 3S at bats Freehan. Detrait..4391 excellent race. Therefore I rank the second longest ever hit a:
Rilrw-Rolllns.Fregwl. Lssf Angeles.it; Ollva.434. his first homer, a solo shot, in chill Downs, earned at least would like you to accept 10 per in the majors. Babe Ruth's 600- a
M the opener. It went over the roof $11,431.20 instead of $11,430 for cent of my winnings." Enclosedwas footer in 1926 is regarded No. 1, 'it'2't
"WftiSi In W.oner Cleve- of the left-field stands, aided byPlay his winning ride. \I
and W Cash Detroit. 17. the check for $1.20. according to available records. :
" Hits -Ollva. Minnesota. 3O Bres- The extra $1.20 over the cus- a
scud. Boston. 21. e
Doubles Bressoud. Boston; Wert. tomary 10 per cent of the win-
Detroit and Mathews. Kansas City. Opens ning purse name from Mrs. Will t

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I -Nicholson: Hits 573 Footer OVERWEIGHT

Avaljlble to you without doe
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SOFTBALL TILT tor's prescription our drug ''called 1"'
:. By MURRAY CRASS According to existing records doubleheader with Washington]Kansas City's reach. ODRINEX. You must lose ugly

=_ Associated Press Sports Writer only a 600-foot blast by Babe winning the opener 9-2 and drop fat or your money back. No stren- "
held three
The Yankees to
Dave Nicholson, reaching fort Ruth at Detroit in 1926 went. ping the nightcap 54. Cleveland] uous exercise. laxatives massageor
Baltimore, home runs in 13 games, eruptedfor Sunland Training Center beat Hav-A-Tampa 042 00- 664 taking of so-called reducing
even greater heights with his farther than Nicholson's home home runs stopped candies crackers or cookies, or

= strikeout act this season, has run over the roof of the left-field 7-5, Detroit whipped Boston: five homers but still gained General Electric 10-7, Gainesville Dicks and Jeter; Shore, Floyd chewing -gum. ODRINEX 1s a tiny

--; added depth to the other half of stands. 6-3 and Los Angeles nipped only a split with the Senators. Gas topped Penn Chem and Floyd, Shore. I tablet and easily swallowed. When
take ODRINEX. still enjoy -
.: his repertory. Nicholson's other two homers Minnesota 4-3 in other American Hector Lopez connected twice 6-4 and Howard's TV rolled Division II you your meals still eat you the foods

The Chicago White Sox swinger didn't go as far, but they still League games.Nicholson's over Smith Sinclair 18-2 i in Division you like but you simply don't
and Mickey Mantle and Roger GE 202 010 27 9
. four and second homer in !hare the urge for extra portions
is missing the third strike at accounted for runs II softball game at City

i a slightly faster rate than he did gave him four homers for the the first game, a two-run blow, Marls once each as New York r Park last night.In Sunland 511 111 x-10 6 because ODRINEX and depresses your desire
last season when he fanned a season. climaxed a four-run rally and glided to the first-game victory. Haynie and Nero, Hagin; Kent, appetite for food. Your weight your must-

time the 6-foot-2 clinched the for Gary Division I encounters, Pub- Harrelson and Tierney. down, because own
record 175 times At the same victory come as your
I ? Mantle hit another in the second lix nipped Sunnyland PackingCo. Penn Chem 201 001 0-4 7 doctor will tell when ,
But Nicholson went a long 215-pounder gave equal treat- Peters. In the nightcap, Nichol- t7 you you

way Wednesday night toward ment to his strikeout artistry son's two-run blast came during game in the, which ninth the when Senatorswon Chuck -DAVE NICHOLSON ., 7 6; Post Office beat Road G'vffle Gas 010 201 2-6 8 of eat excess less you fat weigh and less.live ,Get longer.rid 'Ii

1 :: showing his ability as a double fanning three times for a season Chicago's five-run first inning. Hinton scored from third Tape Measure Kind Prison 6-4 and Gainesville Livestock Perry and Poore; Durden and ODRINEX costs $3.00 and is soldon

threat as the White Sox swept a total of 22. If he maintains his Jim Gentile had cracked a on crushed Hav-A-Tampa, 22- Davis. this. GUARANTEE; If 'not sat-

; doubleheader from Kansas City present pace and bats the same three-run homer for the Athletics -catcher Elston Howard's passed LallderdaleTakes 6. Smith Sinclair 010 012 3Howard's isfied for any reason just return
ball. Hinton smashed the package to druggist and a
a two-run your >
:.6-4 and 114.Actually number of times as he did last in the first. City League games tonight TV ((11)) 61 0x-1813 get your full money back. No -
homer in the
I : it was the ball that year, the 24-year-old righthander Chisox Hit first game and a will send Gainesville Wings Evans, Juzwiak, Mote and Trip- questions asked. ODRINEX is sold
three-run blow in the second. FirstFLORIDA
went a long way-573 feet by would strike out 194 times. Floyd Robinson connected for against unbeaten Budweiser at pense; Williams and Blood-I VIDAL with this DRUG quarantee STORE by. :101 E. UNIVERSITY

Comiskey Park measurementThe Nicholson wasn't the only I the White Sox in the third while 7 pjn. while Schlitz meets Guy worth, Higgenbotham. I MAIL ORDERS FILLED

hit was one of three home home run hitter Wednesday Minnie Minoso belted a three- EliminationMarbles STATE LEAGUEBy Cleveland Construction Co. at T

runs Nicholson clouted in the night. The New York Yankees' run pinch homer in the seventh, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 9. If Wings upset Budweiser the I

., two games. got into the act as they split a' putting the game far beyond' Test Fort Lauderdale held first two teams will be tied for the 1 t
I pace! in the Florida State top spot with 4-1 records.
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League today after a 5-3 defeatof Division I

At Boys' ClubA Daytona Beach, the former Sunnyland 006 000-6 5 4

11: r sl ,r e r i leader. Publix 023 02x-7 61
'SW iSV-xSy P5v:35! J -: if WT >5iT 5BM-; 3 Sl -- W kS ffi?ffi* i
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large turnout of participantsis Morgan and Watson; Garner

-. expected Saturday at the doubled and singled, driving in Dykes and Curry.

l Night Cam Night Game i Twilight Game Boys' Club for the elimination three Fort Lauderdale runs. Post Office 020 300 1-6 4 3
Jy ab r"bI abrhbi r h M ab r h bl ab r h bi ab r h bi marbles tournament to deter- Pitcher Marty Willoughby tri- Road Prison 103 000 (0-4 7 3
Jones 2b 5240 Bruton cf 4012 Pearson cf 5020 Rollins 3b 5121 Causey ss 4020 H'shb'ger cf 4011
Bressoud ss 31 31 M'Auliffe ss 4000 Moran 3b 4000 Oliva rf 4120 Green 2b 5010 Buford 3b 4110 mine who will represent the pled and later scored in the Hall and Hartwell; Costello and
Y'trze'skl cf 501 0 Cash Ib 4233 Thomas rf :3010 Allison lb 4010 Charles 3b 3101 Robinson rf 4120 Boys' Club in the state marbles third.St. Edwards.
Malzone 3t>> 5012 Kaline rf 4000 Rodgers C :3000 Hall cf 2000 Colavito rf 3000 Hansen ss 2001
w Stuart lb 5000 Horton If 4000 Kirkpatr'k If 4 0 0 0 Klllebrew If 3012 Gentile Ib 312 Gun-ham Ib 41 1 1 tournament, May 23. Boys' Petersburg edged Lakeland Livestock 048 37-22 15 2
Geiger rf 3010 Wood 20 4110 Satr'no ib-ss 4110 Battey c 3000 Edwards c 4001 Nicholson If 4223 1
.. Comgllaro If 4 0 1 0 Wert 3b 3110 Knoop 2b 3110: Versalles IS :31 1 0 Reynolds If .00 OWeis 2b 3010 Clubs throughout Florida will.3-2. Singles by Norv Rasmus- 0
Tillman c .0 1 0 Freehan c :3121 Koppe ss 2110 eMincher 1000 Mathews cf A' 2 1/artin, c 3110 i mussen Tim Young and Tom
be for state cham- ,
"" Monb'q'te p 2 0 0 0 Wick'sham p 21 1 0 bFregosi 1113 Bloomf ss 0 0 0 0 Drab'sky p 2000 Peters p 2000 competing I
aWilllams 1000 Egan p 0000 Adcock lb 1000 Allen 2b 2000 Bewstield p 0 0 0 OWilhelm p 1000 pionships in age groups 10 and Smith in the eighth resulted in Jones VictorSAN
"' Earley p 0000 Sherry p 0000 D. Lee p 0000 cGoryl 2b 2000 aWilliams 0100
_- bClinton 1000 Osinski p 0000 Pascual 1 p 2010 CrDon'hut p 0 0 0 0 under, 11-13 and 14 and over. a tie-breaking run.
,i Radatz p 0000 aDees 1011 dPower 1010 bJimenez 1000 Orlando defeated Miami 3-2 BERNARDINO, Calif.
Totals 38:312:3 Totals 32 ta < Smith p 2000 Pleis p 0000 Aker p 0000
_Fouled out for Monbouqotte In 7th; R. Lee p 1000 fGreen 1000 Totals 33 4 7 3 Totals 3106 The elimination starts at 10 on the strength of a basesloaded (AP) -Race driver Parnelli
.. b-Struck out for Earley In 8th. Totals 34 4 8 4 Totals 33393: a-Hit by pitch for Bowsfield in Ttn;
r Boston ........'"......... 001 000 200-3 Doubled for Osinski In 3rd; b-Hit b-Grounded out for O'Donoghue In 8th. a.m. Two marble pits have been single in the bottom of the Jones warmed up for the In- I
Detroit ... .............. 030 020 01 x-4 home run for Koppe In 7th; Grounded Kansas City .............. 000 100 210-4 set for the competition.Boys' .
; E-None. PO-A-Boston 24-9, Detroit out for Allen In 7th; d-Singled for Pas Chicago .............._. 001 014 OOx-4 up 11th inning by Catcher Don dianapolis 500 on Memorial Day
27.12. LOB-Boston 11. Detroit 3. cual In 7th; e-Struck out for Versalles E-Hansen. Buford 2. PO-A-Kansas Club members may Cross. Orlando tied Miami in I by running off with the 50-mile
"' 2B-Jones. HR-Cash 2. SB-Brut on. in 8th; f-Struck out for Pick In 9th. City 248 Chicago 2711. DP-Green and
S-Wlckersham. Los Angeles ............... 001 000 300-4 Gentile; Hansen and Cunningham; Buford register at the Boys' Club up the seventh with a single run USAC midget feature here. ,
,.. IP H R ERBBSO Minnesota ............... 210 000 000-3 Weis and Cunningham LOB-Kansas City until the start of the elimina
AAonb'q'te U 1.3 6 7 5 5 0 1 E-ROdgers, Battey. Versalles. PO-A- 9, Chicago 3.HRNicholson. and held the Marlins scoreless f
Earley ......... 1 1 0 0 0 1 Los Angeles 27-13, Minnesota 278. DP- 2. SB-Buford, Robin- tion. Judges for the event will after the third.Sarasota .
.. Radatz 1 1 1 1 0 0 Versalles, Allen and Allison; Smith, son. SF-Hansen, Charles.
xWlck'shm,W.4.1 8 12 ::1 3 3 7 Knoop and Satrlano Koppe, Knoop and IP H R ERBBSO be Paul Sullivan and Max Som- pitcher Roger Nelson Player trades between the Na-
Egan ...... 1-3000 0 1 Satriano. LOB-Los Angeles 6, Minnesota Drabowsky, U125238 6 6 1 5
.oo. and American
their tional Leaguesare
.., Sherry 23 0 0 0 0 7. Bowsfield ...... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 mer. Boys may bring own hurled a four-hit shutout and his
x- aced 2 r" In 9th. JB-Dees, Pascual. Thomas Satrlano. O'Donoghue .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 shooters but they must be madeof teammates collected 10 hits in permitted between Nov. 21
WP-Wlckersham. U-Salerno, Soar,I HR-Fregosl. SB-Versalles. S Rodgers, Aker ...........1 1 0 0 0 1
McKinley Valentine. T-2.40. A-10,453. Hall. Peters W, 3-1 ... 6 2.3 4 3044 glass. 3-0 win over Tampa. and Dec. 15, without waivers.
IP H R ERBBSO Wilhelm ........ 21-33 1 1 1 1
Night Gam3 D. Lee ........... 12-363301: HBP-By Peters (Williams). PB _
NEW YORK WASHINGTON Osinski ........ 1-3 0 0 0 0 1 Edwards. U Stewart Stevens, Napp,
abrhbl abrhbl Smith, W, 1-0.... 5133 0 0 2 1 Rice. T-2.40.Sharks. I -
Kubek ss 5120 Blas'amt 2b 3100 R. Lee ........... 12-300013
Rich'dson 3b 5 1 2 0 Brlnk'an ss 4210 Pascual, 1..2.2..7 7. 4 1 2
Lopez If 5110 Hinton If 5223 Pick ............2 1 0 0 1 3 Beat -- -. -.-.. -.--
Mantle cf 4124 King cf 5031 WP-D. Lee. U-Carrlgan, Mailer, Hur- !
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4020 Brumley c 2 0 0 0Pepit'e
Howard c
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Williams p 2010 cZimmer 3b 1000 Which motor Q. :
ss 4200 ZImmer 3b 4000 Q. ;
aTresh 1000 1000 Osteen DuckWtn p 1 0 0 0 Rich'dson 2b 5 01 1 Blas'ame 2b 41 3 0 Sharks beat Royals 3-2 in a
Meyer p p 1000 Lopez If 5223 Hinton If All 2 Midget League hockey match
Hamilton p 0000 dHunt Mantle cf 4111 King rf 4010 .
Totals 41 412 4 Kline Totals p 33 0000 5 11 4 Gonzalez rf 0 0 0 Skowron Ib 4020 yesterday and Titans won from for gives engine a ::
P'tone Itxf 4010 Lock cf 4000 is "right" your
for Williams In 6th;
Sacrificed a-Flied for out Brumley In 8th; c-Struck Blanchard rf 4 0 1 0 Retzer c 3000 Bombers. Top players includedPat
Moore Ib 0000 Brinkman ss 3 000
In 8th Grounded out Bourgeois of Sharks and
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Howard c 4210 Daniels p 1000

for New Duckworth York .....In..8th........... 103 000 000-4 Boyer 3b All Bouldln p 1000 Allan Lowe, Steve Hanks, Brian seasons' new high in protection ;::
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Washington E-Skowron., .PO-A..*...-....New. 003 York 000 002-5 25-9 aMaris p 1112 Rldzik p 0000 McChristian and Danny Duncanof all :. .1
Stafford 0000
I (one out when winning run scored), Titans and Bombers. "
Totals 37 9 'I Totals 33 2 7 2
.. Washington 278. DP-Howard, Washington and Rich Homered for Bouton In 8th; b- Jimmy Douglas paced First .. ;
York 11
ardson. LOB-New Flied out for Bouldin In 8th. through a new
10. New York .................. 000 230 220-9 Federal over Florida National] _i-
2B-Mantle. Gonzales. 3B-Lock. HR- Washington ...... .........200 000 000-2E '
Mantle Hinton. .PH -Zimmer, Brinkman 2. Boyer. PO-A Bank 4-3 in Cadet play. Moose : I
R ER 88 SO :
.' -New York 27.10, Washington 2719. DP -- : -
Williams .5 0 3 3 3 3 won from CCitizens Bank as in
,-Skowron, Brinkman and Skowron Stafford high enginecleanliness
:Meyer L. 0-2: :::: 3132 2 1 2 4 -. ,
Richardson and Pepltone; Richard.son. Britt Mims McChristian
Hamilton .....0 1 0 0 0 0 Chip ,
I Osteen ......... 5 2.310 4 3 1 5 Kubek and Moore. LOB- New York '
Donigan and Dennis Jones oil
Duckworth ... 2131 0 0 1 2 4. Washington 4. Billy Which motor
Kline x-Faced W. 2-0 2 men.... 1 In 9th.1 0 0 0 0 -Blasingame.2B Howard.HR Blanchard.- Hinton.. Skowron.Lopez 3B 2. played well for the two teams; ? : : .
Mantle Marls. SBouton.IP
PB-Howard. U H R ER B8 SO
Honochick Runge. T-3:05. A-31024. Bouton,' W. 2.1 ....7 5 2 2 0 6 Trading within the National or .
Stafford .........2 2 0 0 0 2 exceeds qualityrequirements '!
I Night Game Daniels, L. 22 ....423 5 5 4 1 0 American League is permittedeach '
KANSAS CITY CHICAGO Bouldin ..........3 1-3. 4 1 1 ::1 < r .
,abrhbl ab r h W RidZlK ...........1 00000 season until midnight, :;'
Causey is 4010 H'shb'ger cf 5 1 1 0 U-Runge, Smith, Klnnamon Honochick. June 15. "
.. Green 2b 5120 Buford 3b 4110 T-2:28.
Charles 3b 5100 Robinson rf 5 2 3 2
Gentile Ib- 5113 Hansen ss 501 0 :
". Colavito rf 3000 McCraw lb 523 QuWhi chi is "theworld's ,-
.. Lau c 4000 Nicholson If 4 3 2 2Duncan all
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Reynolds If 2110 Martin c 3010
Mathews cf 3021 Herbert p 3010 "
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O'D'n'ghue p 1 00 Fisher p 0000 Stylesfor manufacturers'oil
Jimenez 1000 car ,
Bowsfield p 0 0 0 0 .

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Totals 34474 Totals 39111711 motor
a-Flied out for O'Donoghue In 6th; WOODROW Men change intervalrecommendations
b-Homered for Herbert In 7th; c- .
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.. Walked Kansas City ...........'... 300 000 010- ::
Chicago ..........._.,... 503 000 30x-11
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A-Kansas City 249, Chicago 2712. DP-
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Aparicio ss 5110 Brown 2b 5121 in tough ?
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Robinson 3b 3122 Wagner It 4000 conditions .
i Siebern lb 2100 Post rf 2100
Bowens rf 4 0 0 Luplow rf 0000 '. -
Powell If 4112 Azcue C 4110
Adair 2b 4000 Held dc 4222 cleanliness test
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McCorm'k p 2 0 1 0 Francona Ib 4 0 1 0 s. ..'..
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bSnyder 1000 1000 :J"
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Totals 32555 34 711 7
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Cleveland ........... ..... 000 004 lOx- Q.Which motor oil ;
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l the Florida Retail Federation. by county: ColumbiaFebruary, $4.3 Readers'
Lab 2.40 112% Request I
million 32.6
I. The report shows the area Alachua February, $11.6 up per cent; MarionFebruary, $10.7
March million 44.3 million 4.9 cent March Allied Cern 1.80 54
. didn't fare so well during Feb million, up 15.4 per cent; $4 up percent up per ;
Amerada pt 2.00 85
million 8.2 cent.
$10.7 ,
up per
when three counties March $11.1 million 22.4
ruary reg- up per
; Am Elc Pow t.16b 42
istered a decrease in their total cent. Dixie February, $439,783, -Putnam February, $34 Amer Enka 1.40a 65 (The following market quotations i

I retail sales. Down in Febru- Bradford- February, $1.3 down 4.9 per cent; March, $503.- million, up 6.9 per cent; March Amer Home lAla 66% of are the requested Sun financial specifically page. by The quotaSTOCK LISTI1\TGS

ary were Dixie, Levy and Un- million, up 39.3 per cent; 881, up 7.7 per cent $3.9 per cent, up 8.2 per cent. Amer M Fdy .90 21 tons bern are Murphey furnished Investment by Pierce Service Wul- 'II
ion counties. March million 1.9 Gilchrist $313- UnionFebruary, $239,550 here.)
$1.1 up per February, Armco Stl 3.00 72%
Sales increases and decreases cent. 504, up 15.6 per cent; March, down 3.9 per cent; March,' -
t 'Atch Topka 1.20a 'V 3 I Johnson -- 20 41 1||184,200 Chrysler 48% off %
; are figured from comparisons Clay-February, $1.2 m i 1i $282,691, up 8.6 per cent. $254,333, up 16.6 per cent. 1 Bauch Lomb ._ 1.20 :n''. I Pac NW Tel --- 22% '109,000 RCA 34% up %| Late Morning

Baxter Lab -. .36 23 74,600 Cudahy Pkg 8% up %
Philips Eec! 45%
GOP Hits Beckman In 54 .j letting: Carriers _______ 60,300 Sperry Rd 16; off % N. Y.
: Rail Firemen Walk Out Beech U S 1.10 SO I Ric Grcup _- 8% 59,600 Amer Motors 14% off % Listing

Bristol My .80 6n..' Sperry R. Wts. 7% 52,400 Sunray Dx 32% up 2%

LBJ 'Poor'Politics Brown Shoe 3.40 92* Tampa Elec. ___-______ 25 51,000 Pure Oil 48% up % AUisChal 19 GulfOiJ 53
Brunswich 10 '. 49,600 Pan Amer 76% up 1% Alcoa 75% IntRarv 73'.
Tech Measur. _.. .._._ 19
On Largest Train yard Cambell S __ 2.40 83 TWA Wts. _._...... .......... 21% 48,300 Gen Motors 89% up % AmAli48 8 IntNick 78%
:Carter Pdt ._ 1.ooa 19CaseJL
46,700 Leh Val Ind 2% up % AmBdPar 38%
Valspar _....._......._ IntPap 33
" -- 14* 45.300 Gillette 29% up % Amcan 4Hs Jones&L 751%

WASHINGTON (AP-A) walk- layed federal arbitration ruling for the nation's major railroads,' Cessna Air 1.00 26;. MUTUAL FUNDS 44,000 Int Minerals 77 up 2% AmC'an 66\4 KaisAI 40\.
Ches Ohio ._ 4.00 73
out on railroad firemen hit the went into effect, permitting warned: "We will take decisive NtUt Ul1rk irimt1SWASHINGTON Affiliated Fund _..._ 8.86, 33,800 Foremost Dair 11% up % AmMot 14% Ken'cott 8P'S
Coas S Gas 34%
; nation's largest trainyard to- elimination of thousands of firemen's action immediately to see that R e p u bli C BS -, 1.80b 46% Capital Life & Gr. 10.311]I I Amer Stk Exch Active Stocks AT&T 142 Lig& ly 82

I day. A union spokesman said jobs.It the law, the court decisions, and cans accused President Johnson Comb ._- 1.20 27* Divers Growth _._ 9.92 I i Volume Close Changes AmTob 34 Loch'd 33
"we today of playing partisan politics 49,400 Syntex Corp 74% up 2% Ampx Cp 151,4 Lorillard 463,
considered it lockout.
j a I came despite a restrainingorder Judge Holtzhoff's restraining order Cone Mills .80 18 4ContI Dividend Shares _._ 3.77,'
with the nation's 42,900 Te-A-Sgn! 3% off %
Anaconda 4H
'V The latest flareup on one against a strike issued are complied with." poor. Air -- ----- .40 25% Dreyfus...______________. 20.57 Ma 'vox 37'.
11% unch
'J' of the major issues in the five-I here Tuesday by U.S. Dist. Denouncing efforts by Demo ContI Ins __ 2.20 5n Fidelity Capit. __ 11.41 37,200 Teleregister Armour 51 MM& I 62,
A for H. E. Gilbert 35,500 Catalin Corp 5% % Babcock 57\4
spokesman up Mohasco 13
1.I year national railroad work Judge Alexander Holtzoff.J. crats to "patch up" the Administration's -Control Dat 94 Fidelity Fund ----- 17.98
president of the AFL-CIO 31,000 Massey-Fergrsn 22 up % BethStl 36% Mons'to 751'sBoeing
.4 rules dispute came as a long le- E. Wolfe, chief negotiatoron anti poverty pro- Corn Pdts __ 1.50 61 Fidelity Trend _._ 19.09
Brotherhood of Locomotive gram without their help, the Delta Air ..,_, 1.60 SSYt Fund'tal Invest ___ 11.01 ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS I 45% l\IontWd 39%
Firemen and Enginemen, said Republicans laid the blameat Det Steel _. ,50 l41/s Income of Boston 8.461 Purchases _.__ 407,214 Borden 72 4 NatDair 78\2

union pickets set up lines at the the White House door. Emerson El _. 1.00 44* Incorporated Inc. _._ 9.861 Short Sales ._ -__, 6,310 Brunswk 10% NatDist 27
Chaires WinnerBy Con- CaterTr 59% N.AmAv 47
Pennsylvania Railroad's "This is one of the lowest 1 Fair Camra .5Og 26% keystone K-2 __ 5.671 Other Sales _..._ 432,385
i way yards near Pittsburgh only political campaigns I have ever Jim Walter 1.00 34% Keystone S-3 _._ 16.76 Total Sales __.. 438,695 Celanese 71 Penney 52r,
after the railroad "abolished all I Chrysler 48% PRR 30'CocaCoIa
seen" Rep. Thomas Curtis, R- Finanl Fed 56 Keystone S-4 4.77Life
but 10 per cent of the jobs." Mo., told the House. Fst Chartr __ 1.97f 40% Investors ------__- 21.01 i PREVIOUS DAY'S 126' PhillPet 51"s

Ii 79 Votes But he said the strike at the "We Republicans were readyto FlaECst.......__ 11 Life Stock Fund __ 8.09: STOCK MARKET CornEd 4334 RCA 3H.

Conway yards and on two Illinois extend a helping hand to the Food Fair __ .90 22Yi1 Mass. Inv. Stock _...._ 16.53 Advances __. 574 ConEd 85B RepStl 41%

,. railroads were unauthorized. -Democrats when the Preside n t FMC Corp 1.00 56v. Mass. Inv. Growth _____ 8.74 Declines .._._-.-- 481 ContCan 49'. Revlon 35

CROSS CITY State Rep. ders 780.School .. Later the walkouts in Illinois of the United States dec 1 are d Gen Tele -- .88 33Yi1 Pioneer Fund _.._ 9.63 I Unchanged .___- 292 DowChe 72, ReyTob 48'
Hal Chaires of Dixie County called off. Ga Pacific 1.oob 65% Total Issues 1,347 duPont 2644 Sears 113
In- were war on us, Rep. Peter Freling- Puritan Fund __._ 15.78 I
,can rest easy today. superintendent "We are trying to get them to huysen, R-N. J., said. Getty on 10ft 25 Putnam Growth 9.49 New 1963-64 Highs -_- 69 EAL 25% Sinclair 481
cumbent L e ro y Locke, 1,363; I _ E.Kodak 129 79Y:
_ New 1963-64 Lows 32 Socony
,The counting of absentee bal go back to work. We are trying Even as Republicans held Grace Co. 1.oob 5H4HeIne TV & Elec. 8.16

lots in the Democratic primaryin Pat Gooding 1097. to prevent it from spreading' forth on the floor, Democratic Curt ----------. .80 21 Value Line Inc. .??-......? 5.57 Firestone 38 SouthnC 56!8

his county gave Chaires a 79- County Commission, Dist. 3- across the country," he said. members of a special subcom- IBM 5.00 584 Wellingtonfund __ 15.09 FlaP&L 72 SperryR 161%
Incumbent Rudolph P a r r o tt, Ford 55'/. StBrand 75
vote majority over the combined I mittee met behind closed doorsto tnt Min C 1.80a 77
vote total of his two opponents -1,287; Ernest Lord, 1,148. make substantial changes in [nt Tele 1.00 58* OVER THE COUNTER Prev. Close Components 1st Hr FrmstDa 11% StO NJ 88%

I Blake Curry and Fletcher County Commission, Dist. 5- Air Force 'the Administration's $962.5 mil- Kellogg .._._ .80a 43Yi1 FreptSul 35 Studebak 8!8i
I McQueen.The Incumbent George Peacock. I lion anti poverty bill. Lehman Cp __ 1.34e 30 Alico Land _.._.._ 7% -828.18 I Indust. I up 0.97 i FruehTr 29 1t Swift 48%
Willard Corbin 597 F. Litton In 1.98f 65 Amer Fidel Life 24 198.75 GenEl 82\'. Texaco 79"
final count: Chaires, 1- 1,275; ; I The price tag was left un- I Rails I up 0.53
0. 220. Conducts but the Lone S em 1.00 23 Amer Heritage 19%I' GenFds 86% ThIokol 14!8
287; Curry, 214; and McQueen Phillips, changed, Democrats 141.08 I Util I off 0.05
School Board Dist. 2Quin- I adopted numerous amendments, Marsh Fid 1.60 40 Amer Nat. Ins. _ 22% GenMills 37* U Carb 123!i
994.Other Martin M 1.00 18 Amer Pion'r Life 6% 289.24 I Stocks I up 0.36 GenMtrs 89 UnitAirc 46
I of h i ch
Mills C. P. Landrum, w were vigorously -
final vote figures, including cey 1,464;
absentees, for Dixie 942. (The incumbent, Hild re d Crash Probe opposed by framers of the anU McGiU Hill _._ .60a 36'Vs Anheuser Bush ________ 52% 5,550,000 | Volume I 2,360,000 Goodrich 53' Un Fruit 21
i poverty program. Final Mead Corp __ 1.70 48% Anodyne _u _. 4% Goodyr12% UnivMat 12
County office seekers Incumbent were: election.McCaskill) did not seek re FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. action by the Democrats is Merck ._ 2.ooa 116 Citizens Bank _______ 35 Greyhnd 575 Woolwth 87%'.

County judge (AP)-The Air Force is investi- scheduled today and the bill Natl Airl ,- .80 49* Sonn. Lt. & Pow .._____ 39 .
Ike James School Board Dist. 4Ros-
Harmon 1,618 ,
; gating the crash of a C123 which then would be placed before the NY Cent -_----- ,- .50g 33% Cowles Mag & Pb. __ 13% :
Whiddon 872. Hurst 1,376 incumbent H. NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES MAY 6
4 Nia M Pow _._
claimed the lives of four men full subcommittee next week. 2.00 52* Dun & Bradst. 66%
::1 i SheriffIncumbent Al Parker G. Harvey, 1,045. and injured four others Thurs Norfolk W 6.00 127% Firs West. Fine 15% High Low Close Net Chg.

1,797; Mark Goodman, 709. Harvey was the only Dixie i No Ind P S 1.48 57% Florida Gas ,_. 12%

I Tax assessor Incumbent Conty official who lost his bid i day.The aircraft crashed during I White Elephant No Nat Gas 1.80 50% Fla. Nat'l Bank 61% 25 Rails 137.42 135.9' 136.89 Up .48

Hal Chewning 1,684; Joel San- for re-election. routine touch and go landingsless Olin Math -.---__-_ .. 1.20 46% Fla. TelForrest _... 26% 25 Industrials 829.75 819.57 823.97 Off .02

than 1,000 yards from U.S. Auction Set Owens II G 2.50 97% Labs 23% .50_Stocks 483.58 477.76 480.43 Up .23

Suwal nee Due To Crest Today Highway 98 at nearby Hurlburt 'PacG&E. 1.00 32% Founders Life ?-__ 9*

IIi Air Force Field. The plane was By GHS FFA Pac Lting __ 2.40 59% Franklin Life ..... _ 57%
l Doolittle Pac T & T -- 1.20 30% Great Amer. 16'AI STOCKMARKET
I Above Its ]March Flood Level at the Gen. Jimmy FLASHESNEW
Pan Amer A 1.20 76
Field, a small runway used by Members of the Gainesville Grolier 41%

I WHITE SPRINGS Fed by the Alapaha River also were! Doolittle while training for his High School Future Farmers of I Parke Dav 1.00 29 Gulf Life ____ 56%
Pennzoil __.. 2.00
5 last week's heavy rains in expected to show the effects raid on Tokyo in World War II. America Chapter will hold a' Perkin El _._ 40 76%% Herff Jones __ 13% YORK (AP-The) stock after it had climbed 1% to 50.
Home Insurance 66
North Florida and South Geor- of the heavy rainfall. Dead are: Airman l.C. William -White Elephant auction Satur- Pfizer ___ .80a 47% market continued to move higher Other motors were mixed,
Jax Minit Mkts. ___ 6%
gia, the Suwannee River todaywas The Suwannee is expected to T. Hansley Jr., 33, Sea day to raise money to send Phelps Dg ___ 3.00 70 in active trading early this with The
?! Fla. Staff -- Kennasaw Life _.._ 12% changes narrow. ma-
here rise about six feet in the next Shore Village, ; Sgt. their district champion quartet afternoon
to crest profit
despite some
expected near Poaroid .20 157%
-- ---- steelmakers ahead
Malcolm R. Cardwell, 29, Mary Life of Fla ,, 5LowesCompany % jor pressed
at 30 to 31 feeta foot higher 10 days at Branford and reacha to the. state contest. Pub Sv E G __ 2.60 77% taking. slightly.
___ 18%
than in the flood neriod n of crest stale there of 26-27 feet Esther,- Fla., Airman--- 1.C. JeffN. -- .. Pure Oil _______________ 1f'.n. 4JUA... Plus signs predominated as
--- en-- n -- --- --- -- -- .__ ..
March. May 16. Cecil, 31, Fort Walton Beach, Harry Lydick, chapter aavis- Rayonier 1.00 36% l\lUgO leCtron. 1 key stocks moved generally 1 Gains by selected industrials
and Tech Cleo C. said that the auction will -- Mort. Guaranty Ins. __ 29%
Fla. Sgt. or,
The Santa Fe is expected to ; supported the list but there
Rexall __ .50b 44% from fractions to about a point. was
According to the U. S. Weather White, 44, Eglin Air Force Base. start at 2 p.m. at the ag shop Pacific SW Air ......_ 45%
crest at 22 feet near State Road Reyn Met .50 39% The market's upward drive I nothing much in the way of pronounced -
Schlitz Brewing 50%
Bureau's River Forecasting 49 on May 18. Fla.An behind GHS. i Rich Merr 1.00 45% now in its fifth straight day, appeared -' group leadership. Utilities -
Center in Augusta, Ga., the On May 19, the Suwannee will Air Force spokesman said He said that Gainesville mer- R C Cola _._ 1.20 71% Secur. Life & Tr 52 to be running into inc-'I and rails were mixed.
Santa Fe River, WithlacoocheeRiver Airman l.C. Manuel L. Jerna- chants have donated items of Southern Nitro. ,_, 17 I
crest at 15 feet near W i 1 c o x, Roy Dutch 1.73g 47 creasing difficulty.
(in South Goergia) and according to the River Fore- gan 31, Mary Esther, Fla., was merchandise ranging from auto- Searle Gd..-.-..---.--. .90 60% Travelers Ins. 49 I Chrysler continued to draw Prices were mixed on the

casting Center.Welfare. seriously hurt with a back in- bile lubricat'on jobs to bicyclesand Singer 2.00 93% N Y S E Most Active Stocks buyers because of its recent !,American Stock Exchange.

StarkeIan jury. that Wally Cobb will be the Smith Kin 1.20a 60 Comp. Vol. Close Changes' glowing report on sales. Trading Corporate bonds were mixed.

Others injured in the crash auctioneer. Sou Cal Ed _._ 1.05 31% 444,600 Tx Glf Sulp 52% up 3% had to be halted temporarily -U.S. government bonds were

On Fair BoardA. were: the pilot, Capt., Karl W Proceeds of the auction also St Oil Cal 2.00 65% 207,700 Curtis Pub 14% up %, in the stock to match orders steady.
Leuschner, 33 of Fayetteville will be used to help finance the St Oil Ind 2.OOb 75%

J. Thomas Jr. of Starkewas N.C.; the co-pilot, 1st Lt. JamesS. trip of several chapter delegatesto Stan Drug ,- -. .65 27%
elected a director of the $6 Lamdin, 26, and Staff Sgt. the state FFA convention in Texas Util 1.20 57% f)
Jay R. Read, 29, both of Eglin YOUR MONEY'S WORTHCounterfeiting
Florida Federation of Fairs and Daytona Beach in June. The Textron 1.40 43% ,

Livestock Shows in a business For April Air Force Base. chapter quartet will be competing -Tidewater 31%

meeting of the organization held in state contests held in I Trans W A 38
Union Pac 1.60a 43 : w,
here early this week. conjunction with the conven-I '
Thomas is executive vice- JACKSONVILLE (AP) DOGSLIKELBJ'S UndAirL l.SOb 58% Ill Upsurge tA .:'

president of the Bradford Coun- Welfare assistance grants total- tion.Members of the quartet, Upjohn ._._ 1.00 50% { "
ed $6,149,021 during April, an increase War Lamb .70 29%
which last \
Fair Association, which the district
ty TUGS? recently won -
of $33,398 over the March "
Worthintn 1.50 40
week staged a fair and straw- championship in Jacksonvilleare -- By Sylvia Porter ... :4'closely
total, the State Department of Xerox 97%
festival in Starke. .?
berry EVANSVILLE, Ind. AP) Tom Parker. Mike Run-
Welfare reports.As Zenith 1.20a 76 4
Others from Starke who at- usual, the bulk of the to- President Johnson has been nels, Earl Standridge a n d Al&tcn Last year the U. S. Secret each bogus bill, but he chargesa with! police authorities

tended Novak, George the meeting T. Huggins were, Miss Pete tal $3,514,597, went' for old age unjustly criticized for givinghis Kelley. AMERICAN EXCHANGE STOCK Service cracked the biggest dealer 10-15 cents per dollarof the world over. It has begun a

Dorothy Ross and Mrs. Inez assistance. During April, $70- two pet Beagles" "affec- counterfeiting case in history face value. The dealer getsan massive educational campaignis

:Hamilton. 992 aged pensioners drew tinate ear tugs, says the Racing Revenues Aerojet-Gen __ 32'14 involving a San Francisco additional 5 cents on the conducting 'counterfeit clin

checks. president of the Vand Analex Corp 29 syndicate which had printed!dollar from a distributor and ics" across the nation to teach

Other grants were: $1,596,471to burgh County Humane Socie- TALLAHASSEE (AP) State Aqua Chem _-_ -- 16% $2.2 million in bogus $20 and $50:the distributor rakes in 25-35 bank employers, storekeepers,

Egg Market 27,296 families with dependent ty. Comptroller Ray Green has Aurora Plastics 34% bills. The gang was broken bya cents from the final passer. This cashiers how to detect counterfeit
children; $885,869 to 15,635 The society has sent John mailed racing revenue checks of Barnes Engineer _.-. 21'% Secret Service undercover can add up to big-time sums. Tribute to its effort is the

JACKSONVILLE (AP) -The permanently and totally disabled son a life membership. $34,000 each to the counties of Butler Shoe .- -_ 8% agent who posed as a customerfor ((3)) The enormous confidencein fact that a record low of only

Northeast Florida Egg Market ; and $152,084 to 2,553 Florida. Chromaloy .- 17% $500,000 of the fake money. 1 our currency here and 6 per cent of all counterfeit

prices to retailers: blind. "I'v seen men pinch their The new distribution of reve- Cinerama > -- -_- _- 9% The San Francisco case, just i abroad. "Practically every made today actually is passedto
t Extra large 39-43, mostly 43; In addition the departme wives, and I think the women nue from the tax on legalized Computer Sci -fl 21 recently disposed of by U. S. I American today accepts and the public compared with

large 37-40, mostly 38-40; medium spent $436,078 for hospitalization, enjoy it," said Dorothy Lutz, gambling brought to $212,000 the Cutler Labs A _ 19 courts, underlines the alarmingfact pays out money without once I more than 40 per cent lost by

29-34! mostly 32-34; small $657,946 for medicine, $462,527for who heads the society. "If the amount received by each county Data Control -----. 39% that counterfeiting is in an stopping to think that it might I the public 10 years ago. Of the

2529. nursing home care, and dogs get used to a few tugs, since last July. This is an in- Fulton Inds. 9J%I upsurge' today. As yet unpub- be counterfeit," the government $2.2 billion San Francisco haul,

Poultry at farms: fryers. 12; $197,660 for medical assistanceto chances are they like it too." cerase of $19,000 over the com- Gen Develop .-_ -.----. 4% fished government statistics disclose -agency emphasizes. -This con I only $10XX( was lost by the

hens none. 504 aged. parable period last year. I Mackey Airlines 6*! that m the first nine .fidence- .. is .an asset to. .the. coun- public. -2 -2.u. L

months of this fiscal year an teneuer, oecsuse victims pay now ao you aeieci coumerfeit -

all-time high of $5.9 million in so little attention to the currency bills?

I Rabid Coon Can Spell Trouble! counterfeit notes was tallied they handle." If you have any suspicion

compared with only $3.4 millionin Confidence abroad in our about a bill, take out another
all of fiscal year 1963 and note of the same denominationand
-- ,dollar also has opened the doorto
'only $355,299 in all of 1954 compare the two.
(The following report of a I Despite the unsavoriness of the ing a free meal. Madsen em- nearly a 20-fold increase in one international counterfeitinggangs Lines on the bogus bill will
rabid raccoon was supplied by! task, Long humanely destroyedand phasized that any of these decade. and to production of be fuzzy or broken; study particularly
C R. Madsen of the U. S. Fish Case Noted of Family disposed of the dogs and animals could be in the incuba- some of the most deceptive fakeU. the hair lines on the

and Wildlife Service in Gaines- then went back to talk to the tion stage of rabies, and with- Not only will 1964 be a peak S. bills ever seized by foreign portrait, the border details and

ville. In giving this report Mad- Martins.It out any prior warning they year for counterfeiting. Total"production" police. the sawtooth hues on the Treasury -

sen said he hoped that it might Losing Hunting Dogs I now developed that Martin could become beligerent The is also likely to (4)) Major strides in the graphic seaL Paper will probablybe

save other people the anguishof and his son had each handled -safest course is to keep plentyof I be double last year's, and officials arts. With today's advancsd of inferior quality and the

losing desirable hunting dogs the dead 'coon, and because distance between yourselfand say the situation will almost -automatic photographic and tiny red and blue threads in

and the anxiety of being exposed hounds. But the report of positive rabies -of cuts and scratches on their I any wild animal. This is' surely worsen before it printing equipment, a fas .\\'ork-I the paper of genuine currency
to rabies.) hands, they were advised to immediately -I especially true of 'coons because improves. '
be The is
Instead of trying to escape, also included the advice that 1 lag -counterfe can turn out will musing. portrait
contact their doctor. of their high rate of positive "
On, the night of April 20, S. the 'coon_tried,to fight the dogs, the logs: which were involved I You guessed it! The doctor rabies.In I Why the big rise in counterfeiting millions of dollars In a coupleof likely to be "lifeless.
When the fake
? According to Paul J. days. In the past it took you compare ,
C. Martin, who lives on the out- but the hounds soon were able should also be destroyed to advised both Martin and his addition to rabies raccoons '
and the the differenceswill
Paterni, deputy chief of the months to hand-engrave counterfeit genuine,
skirts of Williston, contacted U. When I to take anti-rabies shots. also disastrous to
to kill the son are
trespasser. forestall the prospect of continuing U. S. Secret Service, here are plates and production stand out at once.
S. Game Management Agent Martin got the full story he decided -! the disease. When Long Two'dogs dead! some farmers. These masked the forces. usually amounted to $10,000 or Says Secret Service Chief I
Noah H..Long at Williston to report .I I Two people taking rabies bandits are experts at findingthe
to contact the U.S. Game gave the recommendation of (1) The over-all nationwide $20,000. James J. Rowley: "The technical !-
about ,a strange acting shots! best watermelons, the best
Management agent. i destroying the dogs to the owner. rise in crime. Large organized "All a counterfeiter needs excellence of currency pr- .
best Mad-
And all this because of one f peanuts or the corn. -
'coon.Earlier Martin, it became apparent that also gangs have taken over counterfeiting now," Paterni notes, "is access duction in the U S. today makesour
in the afternoon The head of the 'coon was another problem had: developed. rabid raccoon. f sen said that 'coons get are replacing the small to a modern print shop and money one of the wcrlrf's
and Kill!
Mrs. Martin and her childrensaw According to Madsen. people into poultry pens a considerable -
a 'coon in the farm yard. taken by Long to be examined i I I The two 'coon hounds were should be more alert ntw: that I number of chickens.Maden's time individual operator. enough intelligence to read in- most difficult to counterfeit.'*

Even though this 'coon didn'tact for rabies by the Florida State valued, and loved by the Martin fishing and other outdoor? act comment was, "This.:' says Paterni, "is the structions." Most counterfeiters Nevertheless, counterfeiting is

exactly proper, they were Board of Health laboratories.The .i family. None of them wished to ivities are on the increase. "Enjoy the out-of-doors and al real danger for the future." today work rAter hours in legitimate -skyrocketing, 6 per cent of the

not sure that anything was report came back 'destroy these> animals. Again, Raccoons: will notoriously hang the wild animals, but keep your (2)) The lure of high profits. print shops.To bogus money is passed to and

wrong with it Therefore, they Long's suspicions COnfirm-I'the undesirable chore fell to around boat landings and picnic distance from wild animals., Typically, it costs a counterfeit combat the counterfeiters lost by the public.
turned loose their two 'coon ling was rabid. the game management agent garbage cans in hopes of find- that all at once act unafraid." producer only pennies to make the Secret Service is working You must be on guard.



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Area Fishing in About Face-Good, Then Bad; ; 1

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will be available at the Tallahassee and regional Creek area; Hillsborough County; Pleasant Grove Area
"I love any discourse of rivers, and fish and fishing. ".1. area
(Compleat Angler, Izaak Walton) t t' #;-atj.. :;::':' ,: ":""i iri4f:;': ;;;.>: ? offices of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commissionand Orange County: Lake Lorna Drone, Lake Lawne, and Lake
around June 15 Underhill St. Johns County: Guano River Area Pasco
t tu .. #t* : at the offices of the County Judges ; ;
GENERAL .. Astream '.'', .i rr-.: .'. ..'....' when the new 1964-65 fishing licenses go on sale. County; Lake Jessamine; Clay County Camp BlandingArea

Area fishing has experienced an about-face within the .tJ,", ..' ..., !t y space of one week. Fresh water fishing of all kinds was good ,;, '. ,>,'J}. and .>''f' ."*,7 j ot1 :."j are as follows: per Bay Lake; Santa Rosa County: Bear Lake; Broward

to excellent last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (and Sun- l i rJ {iJf. : \ County: Tigertail Lake; Madison County: Lake Francis; Ala-
day, where the wind would allow), then the bottom fell out. f; .,?Y.',,,,,1ful eld .. : 1. A fishing license shall be required of all residents chua County: Lake Lochloosa, Orange Lake and Newnans
.. IIr.
The temperatures zoomed down, the winds blew (and still \; ',;.' .; .. > 7 .:ff :' between 15 and 0 65 years of age and all non-residents Lake; Dixie County: Governor Hill Lake; Sumter County:.
blow), the fish quit biting and fishermen stayed home. =:' f \" -:# ?''<' ,nth .' :} "" .. .' 11 except children under 15 years of age, to fish by any Lake Panasoffkee; Volusia County: Lake Beresford; Pinel-
.:. 'v.'ib.W
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As a result, fresh water fishing staggered to a standstill. < :c:. ,lenlLSiokcs '- <;: 4 P.t method on a fish management area. las County: Lake Tarpon and Lake Seminole; Indian River

However, those .hardy few anglers which did venture out, i"t .j { J 2. The possession of fishing tackle is prohibited on any County: Blue Cypress Lake; Lake County: Chain of Lakes,
had some success. Lakes Louise Susan Minnehaha Hiawatha Minneola Wil
: fish management area that is closed to fishing.
should With any kind of break from the weather; fishing i l k .p 3. Daily bag limits and methods of taking fresh water son, and Cherry Lake; Hendry County: Canals U, 1.2. and
pick up this weekend. This is a pretty safe statement L3.
fish shall be as generally established for the State exceptas
since fishing! can only go one way-and that is up. BOATERS! BE CAREFUL
provided for fish management area.
a particular
The big news for the past week was the success of the few days.
4. Persons entering or leaving fish management areas Spring boating season is here. Here are 10 to
Fliptail plastic! worm on bas The Fliptail is an extremely Bass are hitting the black worm and the Shyster aroundthe see
flexible plastic worm put out by Stembridge Products Inc. floating islands. Several limits of bream have been having designated entry points shall enter or leave only at that skippers and their passengers enjoy accident free boat- !

of East Point, Georgia. The Fliptail comes in 2 sizes, % and taken in the bonnets close to shore. such designated points. ing.
Vi Lake 5. Any vehicle boat or other transportation device may 1. Be sure you have the required safety equipment.
ounce and in two colors purple and black. ST. JOHNS RIVER (Lake George and Dexter)
AREA FISHING Ormand's Jungle Den be searched while in, leaving, or entering a fish manage- 2. Always have an observer in the beat when towing a

CROSS CREEK (Orange Lake, Lake Lochloosa) Bass fishing good; bream fishing good to excellent. No ment area. skier.
6. Fishing is prohibited in those waters posted as closedto 3. Do not overload boat.
Cross Creek Fish Camp one is going for specks. Bass up to 10% pounds came in
Heavy winds (and more winds) have resulted in pretty last week. Bream fishing is exceptional with fine stringsof fishing on the VC Christina, Saddle Creek, and Pleasant 4. Do not overpower your boat.
spare fishing. large fish being taken. Grove Fish Management Areas in Polk and Hillsborough 5. Do not mix alcohol and gasoline. '

THE TACKLE BOX REPORT Counties. 6. Do not speed a boat when close to A fisherman docksor

LOCHLOOSA LAKE Bass photographed at the Tackle Box over the past week Fishing and hunting will be permitted on fish management other boats and obstacles.

Lochloosa Springs Fish Camp were Charlie Griers's nice string (taken on a purple Flip- areas subject to existing rules and regulations of the 7. Do not operate a boat in a careless or reckless manner.

Winds are the fishing story in a nutshell. However Mondaya tail worm in Newnan's Lake, on 4-30)); W. W. Smith's 10- Commission or to such other special regulations as applying 8. Do not wrap the ski tow rope around any part of your
limit of bass came in (up to 2 pounds). Two were takenon pound, 15-ouncer (Creek Chub Injured Minnow, Ox Pond, to particular fish management areas. body.
a fly rod; the remainder were taken on a Hawaiian Wiggler 4-30)); Tom Floyd's nice string (largest 10J/4), purple Flip- Florida presently has 30 established fish managementareas 9. Do not ski in shallow water, minimum depth of five feet.
pulling it fast near the surface. tail Newnan's Lake 4-30)); Guy Hoover and Butch Reese's located in 19 counties. These areas are as follows: 10. Do not ski doubles with different. length ski ropes.

SANTA FE LAKE 3 fine fish ((9%, and two GVi) (top water Paw Paw and Hawaiian Polk County; VC Christina Area Lake Julian, Lake *
Shipman's Fish Camp Wiggler Newnan's Lake 5-2)); Donald Holden's 8Vi Mattie, Starr Lake, Lake Parker, Lake Cooper and Saddle TAKE A BOY FISHING!

Winds kept most of the fishermen on shore. BW (Before pounder (Blue worm Watermelon Pond 5-2)); Joe Bason's r

Winds) specks were being taken in and around Shipman's nice string (largest 8Mt) (Blue worm, Newnan's Lake, .5-3)); ABUNDANT THRUOUT FLORIDA
brush piles. Bass were being taken trolling and casting along Earl Petty's 10% pound striped bass (Oklawaha River, 5-1)); LOGGERHEAD RARE >' -.T !Z"S
the edges. And bream were being taken along the shorelineswith Ricky Fountain's 9 pounder (cane pole and yellow bug with

worms. pork rind, Newnan's Lake, 5-3)); Joe Carr's 8 pounder (Top SHRIKE
J. M. FIELDS' REPORT water Paw Paw Newnan's Lake 5-4); and Ed Young and
Winners of last week's fishing contest were W. W. Smith in Perry Kirkland's nice string of 3 (7%, 53/i, and 4%) (Blue .
the bass division ((10%), H. H. Greene in the speck division worm, Newnan's Lake, 5-5)). ALSO CALLED VFRENCH MOCKINGBIRD'
((8 ounces), and James White in the bream division ((1- The Tackle Box has a limited supply of Fliptail worms in BECAUSE OF ITS DRESSED UPS RE- f I
both black and purple colors.
.. UF'i Camp Wauberg Bass fishing fair. Some bass are being taken on live shiners BECAUSE OF ITS HABIT OF GRAY 0 I
Winds have resulted in only a few fishermen In the last and plastic worms. 1MPALM6 AND STORING ITS UNDEaOARTS

few days. BW (Before Winds) bass up to 7 pounds were taken ATLANTIC OCEANST. FOOD INSECTS', ,' i /VHlrEININ6S

: Best baits were under water types: spoons with pork AUGUSTINE LIZARDfMlCE-j SMALL 4 / AND TAIL .

rind, plastic worms and Hawaiian Wigglers. Witmor's South Gate Marina SNAKES AMP FROGS ON elACK WIT ItI

t NEWNAN'S LAKE Wind rough waters and little fishing is the word. Withan THORNS AND OTHER WHITe
, McGilvray's Fish Camp abatement of wind the Kingfish fishing should be great. SHARP OeJECTS MARKINGS
Winds were a factor; notwithstanding some fish were The Kings are now in. Before the water got too rough sev- / BLACK e
taken. Speck fishing fair; bass fishing fair; and bream fish- eral were caught and many more were missed. .;; g' MASK THRU 1
ing good. Specks are being taken in'and along the channel GULF OF MEXICO EYl"5.6Ill.HOOKE

trolling and drifting. CEDAR KEY (;) e
Bass are being taken on both under water and top water Joyner's Motel ,SIZE

baits. Best baits are Rapala,. plastic worms' top water Fishing is an unknown quantity; it has been too windyfor /NCH
Paw Paw, Dalton Special, L & S ((30 M) mirrOlure, and small craft for the last several days. "Nchi Flavors. .629cR. .

north end is being most heavily-fished for bass. Bream Snook Are Biting OF AL//CF Reg. 6 for SScDUKE'S

(including shellcrackers) are being taken along the northwest They're coming in from the back waters.Who's -.- -.. -- ,
shore and around the mouth of Hatchet Creek in the they? Snook that's who and the April breezes Reg. 39e -- -
north end. and the approach of May means the black striped sea 0. Mayonnaise .
ORANGE LAKE fighter from Florida's mangroves is ready for action. FL.OIl/DA CAMS AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSIONPORTSMAN5 '- -BEER- -
Paradise Cove Fish Camp May is a good time for snook in the waters of Florida's Old Milwaukee '6789cPlus .
Winds winds winds put a damper on fishing of all kinds. fabulous For In the in- ..
Everglades. example: May pesky 7vIA HIhNVhIJItS{h.P.SVl 1a XVYfMXSh : !!:!?:-Q5: Tax and Dep.
BW (Before Winds) bass up to 11 pounds were taken over sects that are the lifeblood of fishes in the water aren'tso
th$* grass beds on the northeast side on top water. plugs. pesky $ #I No Deposit

} Ace 6/89c
Ont'oP o : Canadian
Speck fishing good; bass fishing fair; and bream fishing the untimely cancer death of Rachel Carson lovers or DIGEST Reg. 6 for 1.35 I
good. Several limits of specks were taken trolling in the last song birds and all wild creatures as well as the nation's asar Y -
have lost of Best known Solunar Tables : }I .
sportsmen, an ally great stature. MINIATURE'TCUGSIOOK 5 Web Reg. 4.99
f MURRAY'S MARINE for her controversial book Silent Spring, which challenged MORE BASS {J Lawn Chairs .... 3.99
the vested interests of the giant chemcial com- : _
A SUPER panies to tell the truth about pesticides and herbicides ,. II/ iK lNa:1JJf:F; Reg. 7.99Chaise
/ ,
building cumulative danger to wildlife and human healthas ,.:..tc" "t, ,- /,.., By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT J Lounge .. 6.99
JgjSJSW SUMMER SPECIALS she saw it, Miss Carson can rest assured that the cause l' .. The schedule of Solunar Periods. as 1 .
-- -- -- --- -
printed below has bean taken from ---------- -------------- -----
for which she fought will not languish with her passing. John Alden Knights SOLUNAR TABLES. I
e C Plan your days so that you will be I
COMPLETES ;: WILDLIFE PUBLICATIONSThe fishing In good territory or hunting In i ZEBCO "33" '
lOQCOO 7"11f.21.SOME good cover during these times. If you
OUTFIT Only' Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation has added a wish to find the best sport that each I'
fifth booklet to their annual series of profiles on our most BASS HIT A BIG PLUG I day The has Walor to offer.Periods shown
are In REEL
Reg. 5469.00 $130 DN. $64 MO. important American game birds and animals. The new FROM THE SIDE AND NIP IT boldface type.: : These gat the times I Regular $19.50 .

14' Fiberglass Admiral BOAT booklet "Gray and Fox Squirrels" is available at $1 per IN ING THE A HOOK MIDDLE ENTIRELY, OFTEN! OR MISS-BE shown two and hours last thereafter.for an hour The and Minor a half'or ;\\1'\

40/p Johnson Elect. Starting MOTOR, copy from Booklets, Conservation Department Olin East FOUL-HOOKED" OUTSIDE THE Periods somewhat shown shorter In duration.regular type art of 1 1/2 PRICEThrough i
Alton Illinois. Other booklets in the series which may also MOUTH. THIS MAY ACCOUNTFOR Use Eastern Standard time. : p ,
These Three Famous names Gator TRAILER be purchased at $1 each include: '"The Cottontail Rabbit"; MANY MISSED STRIKES Day A.M.Min. Mal.| Min.P.M. Mal.| '- Thurs., May 14th ;, $: .

----------------------------- "The Mallard"; "The White-Tailed Deer";. and, "The Ring. WHEN USING LARGE PLUGS. Tomorrow..... 2:10 ':25 2:45 ':55 ..
OFFSHORE FISHING SPECIAL I Necked Pheasant". IF YOU ARe Saturday Sunday .::::::: 2:55 3:35 9:11*:50 3:25 4:05 10:15Monday 9:15 i t PAY ONLY $9.75 Or If Inconvenient to Come

20.__ft.__Fiberglass..;_. ._._. _._. ._._._. ..._. ..._$1195.00___..___ NEW LEADERJ. ;. MISSING STRIKES SUCH;... .::::::,.. 4:25 5:20; 10:45 11:45; 5:00 4:00; 11:10'Tuesday ;' To Our Store -
W. Davis (Howey in-the-Hills) took over the lead in t' Wednesday.... 6:20 12:10 7:00 12:45!! r
CHARLIE MURRAY'SMARINE 516 W. Univ. Ave. F.( .... Thursday...... 7:20 lilO 8:00 1:45 i I II
the U. S. I
FR 6-5701 Open Bass Championship last week witha I 4 H'W ORDER BY MAIL -t
16-pound, l-ounce bass. He caught the fish in Trout Lake ( t 0'

(Lake County) on a live shiner. Miami PlansTo I want to take advantage of your Speciali g r
Area anglers this is something to shoot (rather fish) for. 4 PRICE OFFER on Zebco "33' Reel .j I
CROSS CREEK CAMP FOR THE SHPOTERS ..TRY MINIATURE PLUGS. MOm Have Negro $9.75 plus 30c tax and $1 Mailing-Total $11,05 *
Shooting sports like fishing are year 'round sports. Shooting BASS CAN TAKE THEM WHOLLY o . CHECK . MONEY ORDER (No C.O.D., I 4I
Block Bass Speckled Perch Brem can be enjoyed twelve months a Besides hunting INDDE: THEIR MOUTHS, AND On Grid Teall1I I please 1 ) ?.l
during the fall and year. .ARE HOOKED AS THEY STRIKE. NAME . . . . . . .
60,000 Acres of Florida's Best Fishing Water regular spring seasons shooting preserves !
trap and skeet clubs rifle and pistol clubs offers MIAMI (AP) University of I MAIL ADDRESS . . . . ..'
Gas and Oil Modern Trailer Park everyone a chance to squeeze the trigger. r Miami officials reportedly planto
I CITY & STATE . . .
Restaurant Free Picnic Area In addition predator shooting and just plain plinking pro- t M ru: have at least one Negro player i j

Motors 0 Camping Facilities vides one with ample opportunity to keep his eye in shape. on its 1966 varsity football I ..JI.Ir,1j7 .p/ 5 \- .
Since shooting is a year 'round sport it is desirable to Tomorrow High at 11:24 a.m. and team if contract matters with!' '
Guides Launching Ramp keep in mind year 'round shooting safety. 0.m.Saturday 11:42. p.m. Low at 5:09 a.m. and 5:49 some opponents can be worked': FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING( TACKLE. I
Tackle Good Cabins VIRGIN FISHING AREA "Check With Charlie" \ :
-High at 11:54 a.m. Lowat I
Bait 0 Good Boats Now open are 1,650 acres of virgin fishing waters (opened 5:50 a.m. and 6:29 p.m.
Ice May 2)). The Camp Blanding Fish Management Area is open Sunday High at 12:34 am. and The Herald quoted head Foot! THE TACKLE BOX
12:22 p.m. Low at <:28 a.m. and 7:09 ball Coach Tate !
for Charlie
public fishing for the first time-in over 20 as saying
Coll 481-2437 Write Box 311 Hawthorne, Fla. years. p.m. In The Heart of East Gainesville Phcne FR 2-1791 i j
The Area is located in the Camp Blanding Military Reservation "I'm :eady'to start as soon)1 -
Monday High at 1:23 and !
Enjoy Our Famous Food Fresh From The Lake which is located approximately 15 miles south of 12:52 p.m. Low at 7:05 ajn.a.m.and 7:49 as it is feasible schedulewise. Ifl. _
State Road 325 at Cross Creek Starke and 2% miles north of Keystone Heights off State p.m. we have any problems, they -- n
Road 21. Special regulations Tuesday High at 2:12 a.m. and be with in other southern;
Mac & Nell McCoy Operators as concerning a fish manage. 1:24 p.m. Low at 7:39 a.m. and ':31 games
ment area will be in effect. pjn. cities. I

.- -- -- - -- - -- Miami has scheduledwith
-- Wednesday High at 2:59 a.m. and games
1:58 p.m. Low at ':13 a.m. and 9:14 I
WATER FISH REGULATIONS p.m. Louisiana and Tulane in
FOR THOSE WHO CAN Regulations on fresh water fish for 1964 65 remain Thursday High at 3:50 a.m. and 1966 and 1967 and at Auburn in''
essentially the same as current regulations. These regula- 2:36 p.m. p.m. Low at ':47 a.m. and 10:01 I 1968 and Alabama in 1969. I 1'T PACKAGE
AFFORD THE BEST! tions become effective July 1. :

Daily bag limits remain at 10 black bass 35 panfish NO DOWN
McCULLOCH Outboard Motors The 1963 West 15 pickerel and 30 white bass. Possession limit is two days'
Coast Dealer of the Year Sold 500. catch.A I 14ft. \ SPECIALJ
Fiberglass Boat
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishing Boats Frank Philport minimum size of 12 inches will apply to bass taken in 40 Motor
Has Already introduced 76 to this Area. Putnam County. Also the Commission will allow the takingof 14-ft.HP Trailer Mercury $3 000
MURRAY Trailers? Count Them at Any Launching ,rough fish, other than catfish, by means of gigs and bow J
Ramp! and arrows during daylight hours. Complete Outfit ............ $595 PER MONTH .v. .

0 0 .
ONE EACH ONLY Copies of regulations applying to each fish management I! 35 HP Mercury Outboard Boat 14-ft./Span-American 40 HP Johnson Electric Boat 14 FT. LONE STAR; 'i i
1963 Electric Start. Model Start. Motor BARRENTINE I I
3Vi HP McCulloch .$M.75 New Murray Trailer 1960 Model Well'i
12- Hunter .. . 225.00 7Vi HP McCulloch $279.75 FAMOUS 1964 Model Murray Trailer COMPLETE WI
U Murray . . 114.95 12 Hunter . . 225.00
12 Murray . . .114.95TOTAL Complete Outfit $1150 Complete Outfit $1045 Steering Wheel !
TOTAL . $488.70Sav .
$93.70 At $395.00 . . .$619.70 DEEP SEA FISHING $150 Down and $95 Down and only Splash :. I
Sue $124.70 At $495.00 ,
only'I REDDY $ 00Yowr
7V4 HP McCulloth .$279.75 $50 47.50 PER 995 \

13'3" Hunter . 295.00 132.95 14.14 HP Hunter McCulloch. ... .. ..$371.25 295.00 12 Hours Fishing Time You keep all your catch MONTH TOGO -. - :

14' Murray Non-Tilt_ 14 Murray Tilt . 142.95 Stewardess Aboard with Short Order Cooking New Mercury Fishing Motors j

TOTAL . .... .$707.70At TOTAL . . .$809.20 Anytime and Breakfast at Sun Up Large SunDeck Use Your Central Charge At
Save $112.70 $595.00 Save $114.20 At $695.00 ALL 1964 MODELS
Plenty of Bait and Tackle. .
3.9 HP only $10 per month I
Frank Philpott'sSport Boat Sails Wed. and Thurs., 8 a.m. Returns 5 JyJQ DOWN ''a'j .
6 HP . only $14 per month I :
p.m. Leaves Fri. and Sat. at 10 p.m. Returns 9.8 HP PAYMENTFRANK'S f '
only $17.50 month
CenterNorth per ,l : .
Next Day at 2 p.m. I +

of Belk-Linduy'i MARINEMERCURY i
20 N.W. 14th Ave.
Write or Call _
Authorized JOHNSON
FR 2-5011 or FR 6.6893 CAPT. HEMBREE In Cedar Key Ph. 2061 601 S. MAIN ST. AMPLE FREE PARKINGL 1
Open 9 to 6 Dairy Except Sunday 1 i j 1 1031 S. MAIN i. ST. FR 6-7629 I .. 1f



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... Thursday. May 7, 1964 Gcai.... lIe Sun 21FARM :

''I r MIn To Tell News I Ciltsuilkl1aiIyStnt Ailments Accidents '

: Down,. to Eartli s k Media About Plague

J, Levy County UF's 'DARE'Representatives Favorite Indoor OrnamentalBy

f from all
By LEONARD COBB the various news media in the & GARDEN HERVEY SHARPE iage may mean lack of fertilizer stem and crown rots, leaf spots,
f AS1eul0u' 1 Exteaaloo S rvie. Agriculture Extension Service
root rot, poor root system or powerdy mildew and blight.
.__ __ .I state, including newspapers, radio -
.W Like that the is in
people, plants are sub- plant growing .
and television stations and ,
This week, 10 cattlemen from melon crop. The amount would I'. .I ject to many accidents in the I too intense light. The best treatment for stem''
will be briefed at
and crown rots is to cut
Levy County will be the with the initial fertilization home. away Wall
i among vary a conference here. tomorrow I A house plant that is yellowing the ..
press mushy and then
600 cattlemen from sec- and the organic content of that Take the case
every of the scalded wilting or has "soft grow-
the of II. with .
on University spray a .
tion of Florida attending the fertilizer. Normally, we recommend Florida's Operation DAREa Alachua CountyAgent9s rubber plants. This strange th" is exposed to too excessive leaf spot copper is usually fungicide.The halted .
Beef Cattle Short Course which 200 of 15C15for disease I
pounds a was eradicated in one heat or has a root injury. Plants
designed to develop by removing the infected
started today at the Universityand sidedressing. Experimentsat home by removing the plants with small leaves and long internodes leaves
Agricultural Resources Effec as soon as. they
continues through Saturday the University of Florida tively.Dr. CornerBy from the Florida room before 'I Indicate too little lightor appear. ..
Those attending include Elliot Agricultural Experiment Sta certain callers visited. This too high temperature. : Mildews ire controlled by"

Whitehurst, Charles Har- tion does not bear out that nutritional E. T. York Jr., provostfor kept non imbibers from dousing I Actually, most healthy house dusting the plants with sulphur. _

dee, Harold Mills, Hal Rutland sprays of nitrogen : agriculture, has extended' WILBURN C. FARRELL the ornamentals with un- I plants need very little care. The Blight has no practical cure. It's
I Jack Frazier, Laurie RutlandJr. phosphorus, and potash are nec- invitations to some 400 state edi-' Agricultural Extension Service wanted cocktails. greatest blight of these plants best to burn an ailing plant beC'"

., J. P. Sandlin and Frank essary on well-fertilized vege- tors. The conference will open i I Alcohol toxicity_ is not a com- 'is from coddling by eager beav I fore_the disease spreads to other -.

B l1oek. table crops. at 10:30 a.m. in McCarty Hall The 13th annual Beef Cattle keting certificates based on the mon disease of plants, says Dr. ers.A plants. ."

Topics of major interest in Tobacco crops, especial I y auditorium. Dr. York and fac- Short Course got underway this normal production of acres of Howard Miller, plant pathologistwith once -week wateringand If the county agriculturalagent -"".
this year's short course includea those where all the fertilizerwas ulty of the University's agricultural -;morning at the Livestock Pavilion -wheat for harvest. Two kinds of the University of Flori d a a miserly amount of fertilizer Is not handy to help with

beef applied before transplanting research, extension and on the Archer Road. certificates will be used. One Agricultural E x p eriment Sta- every month or sokeeps a plant disease mail a branch
report on imports, finan-
I tions. most plants happy. Cold wateris of the sick plant to the PI a nt
cial of should be sidedressed with teaching programs will explain. will have a value of 70 centsa
aspects livestock, produc- .The officers and directors of
But here are a few of his hints taboo. It shocks plants as Pathology Department, Agricul
tion an feedlot performance of either a complete fertilizer or DARE, its purposes, its goals the Alachua Cattlemen'sAssociation bushel and the other a valueof
County other ice water tural i Station
house badly
diagnosing plant as on an expos- Experiment ,
and its
significance. cents a bushel.A .
tobacco sidedressing special
bulls versus steers. a were on hand at 8 troubles.If ed tooth. Gainesville and one of the plant

Florida ranks second in the mix.If. Following the conference, the this morning to welcome our farmer qualifies for price you discover a plant with Neophyte gardeners can grow doctors will give you a prompt"

South in beef cattle production.The your tobacco is young or newsmen will be guests of the visiting cattlemen from Florida, support loans and .marketing burned leaf tips or brown margins foliage plants regardless of answer.

beef industry is valued at has been set less than four University at a luncheon. A I as well as many guests from certificates by producing within then lighten up on the care-if they stick to Aglanema Many house plants like to be

I 67 mJlion: collars and has a weeks, apply 50-100 pounds of question and answer session other states and several foreign his farm wheat allotment pro- fertilizer. Or it could mean that Aspidistra, B r 0 meliada set outofdoors during warm,

'J cattle population of one and a nitrate of soda potash (15-0-14)( ) wilf follow the luncheon.The countries.Dr. ducing within his wheat allotment !you were stingy with the water, Dracaena Monstera, Panda. sunny days. Of course, don't ..
't t half million. now as a Mdedressing. Do not the caused nus, peperomia Sansevieria. place tender plants in full
press conference precedes T. J. Cunha, head Depart on other farms in whichhe or damage was by or sun
1 All cattlemen are urged to use this after tobacco is five nine DARE meetings in- ment of Animal Science gave has an interest, and producIng last month's chilling wind. i. These and other "cast iron" unless they are hardened first. ...

,1 attend all or any of this event. weeks old.Between. volving every area of agricul- the official welcome and pre- within acreage allotmentsfor : Yellow and dropping of leaves ornamentals will withstand Plunging the pots into the soil

The Rains Came the fifth and eighth ture of significance in the state. sided over the morning session.Dr. other crops on his farm. He is a signal of gas fumes over-: abuse low light intensity, warm to top rim depth keeps the moisture -

Heavy rains have raised the week after transplanting, apply E. T. York provost for agri- also must divert an acreage :watering, poor drainage or' and cold rooms. inside and the pot uniform

total ra'nfau for the past two 100 to 250 pounds of 8-3-24 or culture, explained "Operation,equal to 11.11 per cent of his poor areation. Small leaves in- Some of the bugs that gnawor and keeps the plant roots cool-

I weeks, to 6, to 8 inches in Levy 8-0-24 tobacco sidedressing specials LIVESTOCKMARKET DARE," our future agricultural I wheat,allotment to conservation dicate too little water and fertilizer suck the life from leaves of er.You '"

County.' This amount of rain depending on the initial program which is designed to use as well as maintain the or the plant is existingin foliage plants are red spider might consider the out-of- '

has caused ,some leaching of fertilizer applied to the crop. help agriculture realize its full farm's normal conservation use tight or heavy soil. mites, thrips, whiteflies, m ealy door idea for plants during
f plant-.Jiiutrents'of fertilized This sidedressing is recom- potential.Dr. base. He will receive Weak growth or light greenor bugs, scales and aphids. In gen. your vacation and ask a neighbor .

croDsJOLmost: Interest .to us mended and, we fee, necesaryto J. R. Greenman, professor diverting this paymentsfor yellow color on healthy fol- eral, malathlon] spray at ten-day to water the plants if the
now i irJo< bacco"and "watermel replace nutrients leached out, Volume was light at the I acreage. intervals will stop an insect at- rain showers are not at the,
of agricultural economics
on!. by the heavy rains. It shouldbe Gainesville Livestock Market In addition to the minimum verted. A farmer complyingwith tack. I proper intervals while you are-
Watermelon:' fertilization applied early in the growing this week, with the lightest gave a very interesting talk on diversion of 11.11 per cent of this and other program I Some diseases to look for are away. '..
cattle sale of the "Should I Incorporate my the farm's wheat allotment, the provisions will receive diversion
should be, approximately 75 season of the crop since fertilization season re- Ranch Business?" and "Meth-
producer can divert to 20
late in the corded Monday.The up payments.
pounds :ol .nitrogen and 75 applied
ods of Transferring Ranch Property
per cent more wheat Alachua farmers JOHNSON PARIS
will cause rank I hog sale Tuesday was acreageor County can
pounds.. tPOtah..for the ,crop. growing season "
to round out the morn- 15 !
With Itfje airioant. ..,of_rainfall, tobacco, hard to cure and not I light, too, with 165 head selling. acres, whichever is lar- receive more information about I
manufac Butcher --J-s around 50 ing program.If ger) to conservation use. If the the wheat program at the
this mjyj: have> to be increased desirable by tobacco g were unable to make I LAWN & GARDEN HEADQUARTERS I
due ttTi lossesfrom leaching.. turing companies. cents lower and good feeder pigs you were allotment is 13.5 acres or less, County ASC or Extension of-

! This iaiube ,accomplished by Observe your tobacco care- were $1 to $2 higher, sellingfor the the short program course mailed today you, look recently over .the. entire allotment can be dl- fices."GAINESVILLE'S !
Be have good up to $22. i PLANTING AZALEAS?
sidedfessinc with "nitrogen-- fully. sure you a I and plan to meet with us tomorrow
potasljlfgrjilizer; ((15-0-15)' ) now stand and sidedress early in I The Federal State Market and Saturday. FINEST"

I or after.'.the plants, _have. a set ;the ,growing season. News Service reported a stady Wheat ProgramThe TOM SAWYERPACKAGE GIVE THEM A GOOD START
--- I market all cattle.
on slaughter voluntary wheat program
r ,
Only] 401 head were sold at the included in the Agricultural Act STORE USE SPECIAL FORMULA

I local! market. Stockers were of 1964 contains several provi- YOUR CHOICE! MARICO PLANT FOOD '

Gilclirist CountyAgent's steady to $1 higher, and good sions that Alachua county farmers I
i: lightweight veal calves brought may want to consider. The I Busch Bavarian
28-30 cents a pound. program provides that partici- 1 12 0%. "6" Pack I

Corner ; .--.&'> -1Ib..:, Cattle prices Monday: pating farmers can qualify for and deposit
} Steers and heifers-Good, $20-()
price support loans, marketing BEER
." 21.25; standard 1819.50; utili- with cash value
t certificates : a ,
By JIM YELVINGTON ;;P' ty, 157517.25; stockers, 1019. for I
and payments diverting MARICO
Agricultural Extension Service 50. cropland to an approved conser- II
Cows-Utility, 1516.75; cutters -
vation 75
.f use.
$13-14.25; stockers 1118.
farmer who wants to SPECIAL II L
I A wheat SPECIALor
f Since their beginning in Au ing producing feeder pigs for Calves Good $20.50-23;
take part in the new program -AzolM.
gust of 1962 graded feeder pig these sales will want to talk I standards, 175020.25; utility,I GxmelUaPUNT
must declare his intention and
sales in Florida have shown' with t' :se farmers. Also your .$15-19; stockers, $1326.75.Bulls I sign at the Ala-
an agreement
Utility, 182518.75;
their value to swine producerswho cecity agent will be happy cutters, $14-16; stockers, $11.50- chua County ASCS office, 2805. I California Wines FOOD/. > ,

have produced high quality consult with interested farmers. 18.50. N.W. 6th St. The sign-up period I 2/3 quart .' 1; .

feeder pigs for this market. Hog prices Tuesday: extends through May 15. WINEPRICES t 'J _,, .'
n Grader feeder pig sales in A producer who signs and i
No. I's. 180-200() $13.76; No. up .
Gilchrist swine producers are Florida thus for in 1964 have I'S, 205-240 $13.60; No. 3's, $12; carries out the program provisions -

urged to consider this marketfor found more buying power at No. 4's $12.40; No. 5's12; No. becomes eligible for price GOOD r

high quality feeder pigs as each sale than pigs for sale. 1 ro's, $11.90; hy ro's, $11.30; No. support loans on all wheat pro- THROUGH SATURDAY

a way of adding to their in- This is evidence there is ai i 1.h'ys, $12; feeders, up to $22. duced. He also can receive mar- __ u ... ... Ii .

come. ready market for more high !

The minutes of the last meet- quality feeder pigs in Florida. r ,
ing of the Florida'Feeder Pig! The next Florida Graded .' ,

Association held in 'Madison in Feeder Pig Sale is scheduled tomorrow I I
April show that one producer-
1 at the Live Oak Auc- I
consignor for these graded
feeder pig sales, who has miss- tion Markc' Live Oak. r

. ed only one sale since their beginning -
in Florida has recordsto .
show that the pigs he con second in a series of I

signed to these sales in 1963 meetings for Gilchrist county I I .
averaged over $20 per hundred' boys and girls interested In Fuchsia Chrysanthemums MANUFACTURED BY
weight. MARICO, INC., OCALA, FLA. _'
learning more about electricitywill Begonias Blooming Hanging : et
Two Gilchrist county swine be held next Tuesday at MARICO BRAND, .,# :
who have regularly Geraniums Baskets
producers .
the Bell High School lunchroom
consigned pigs to these salesI I
t' and are pleased with their results -beginning at 8 p.m. Mr. Wallace Hibiscus Boxwood Y
Townsend is instructor for f
t are Bill Rush and Myron this I
Gay. Gilchrist farmers consider- class. .
. I Viburnum
-- Ligustrum .

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::..><"" "''<-1-''" REMEMBER c'OORERASEROPI.tAGIA'
I 1 r 1 ;: i DEra2 PENtlt PAL ( .
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r. What your problem For a general '
I 1> : ; Sinners f3EEN?
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r For ; reply, write to Abby Box 3365. a \

Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and

include a self-addressed stamped en- za: G \ I

velope. Abby answers all mail.
I Abigail Van Buren tom.

I DEAR ABBY: You performed a great service by print- He asked me how much and I told only 25 cents an hour, PLACE 0'MAAAIAGE. M. IT GOTTA GOAT AH HAS KICtCAPC)0 S

ing the letter signed "SINNERS" in your column. Not all Cal- so he owed me a dollar. Then he figured out that the foodI AN'PEAR tf TH'FUTUREZ -- Js HAS SPOKEN..' SPOKENIr / BE A MESS C>' PAS

ifornians know that their Civil Code provides that unmarried ate that day cost $1.10 and the insurance policy he paid, 9 >TWIDDLE/, ( MIGHT/U nsH BY PF* RWN

couples who have been living together as man and wife, and for came to 50 cents, and so owed HIM 60 cents. Do you dr 0 TH SEA? MAWNLN'ic., .

are eligible to be married (that is, not married to anyone think this was fair? 0 cy

else and of s gal age), may present themselves to a minister, UNPAID a
the circumstances be married obtain a certicate of tk
explain ,
DEAR UNPAID: No. A 12-year-old should not have to pay
marriage issued by that minister, and have the wedding I 1
for the food she eats at home. Neither should she "charge"her .
recorded in the church records. No license is necessary, and =
parents for looking after younger sisters and brothers.
j there is no waiting period or publicity. <
, DEAR ABBY: I am having a difference of opinion with ..J .
let someone and hope you can settle it Is it true that the .....
Thank for
best chefs in the world TASTE .
never anything-that
can a. Mgtwou.+ .r. .
for the ------- -
that churches not
ter. I wish more people realized are -
tell if something is properly seasoned simply by SMELLINGit .
of the and holy alone. but rather for those
fellowship pure
? I don't believe it. Yet I can't prove that this per-
who know themselves to need the help, forgiveness and love A YOU AIN'T\ GOT NO
son who made the above statement is wrong and I am right. VEP-PAWAN' -- SOMEBODY
that God is continually offering to all of us. If one has a Can you help me? FELI.ERSWOZ COMPLAINED HEY NEAR NEIGHBORSWUZ -
problem of this kind, the place where he will find the least I HEAR SHERIFFTAITTHROWEDVORE kTH' CARDS DISTARBIN'\ / WHO ON A1RTH\ 1
judgment and the greatest understanding and acceptance is E-t TH' PEACE y COULD COMPLAIN?
at his nearest parsonage, rectory or synagogue. DEAR M Me: I can't qualify as one of the best chefs in MAN SNUFF/ HERE LAST, 3
the world, but I will let you know what THEY say after I TH'JAILHOUSEfc NIGHT AN-

DEAR ABBY: I am 12 and have done a little baby-sitting have heard from them. /: l Xsr
CD '. iv. ,
I in the neighborhood for 50 cents an hour. Yesterday I sat rll

\ with my two little brothers for four hours while my mother CONFIDENTIAL TO "WARDO": Sometimes it is better to I r

went downtown. I told my father I thought I should get paid. put off until tomorrow what you are likely to botch today. r

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I just an innocent nobody .O News-Mike Wallace 4 ,
charged with murder on CD Waldo Norris Z
circumstancial evidence.But 10:30 Q CD News rTlEt
the murder charge ---
O I Love Lucy
0e makes Charlie a "some-
body" in the of his 11:00 O CD Concentration :i12IEs TREMENDOUS WARM SPRINGS' DURING OUR ran;WHICH WARM SPRINGS KEEP
O Price Is Right ONLY IN THIS VALLEY 15 15 13 /3 DAYS LONG
neighbors so he confesses VEGETATION

All My Friends On 12:00 Q CD First Impression II'J OUR/ VALLEY IN /OFTHIS!
f Shore." O Love Of Life FROMTHEEARTHJ '

11:00 O News, Weather, Sports 12:25 O News U I to 7rff J 1
O News d'fill
12:30 O CD Truth or < fl !
D Local News (Color)
THURSDAY EVENING 8:30 Q CD Dr. Kildare 11:25 O Movie ConsequencesO

I 5:00 O Best of Groncho Cyril Ritchard makes a "Courageous Mr. Penn," Search For Tomorrow l e

O Riverboat rare TV dramatic appear The story of William 12:45 O Guiding Light I I

5:25 O Greatest Headlines ance in "A Sense of Tem Penn, founder of the 12:55 Q CD News rarC qJ >

5:30 Q Newscope po." Justin Ritzgibbons, a Quaker mpvementinPennsylvania. 1:00 O News

5:55 O Local News, Sports, brilliant writer, is also Cli f for d O Midday .1Q ye ,a

Weather known to be rather ec- Evans Deborah Kerr. CD Local News -- ._
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6:00 O Sunshine Almanac centric, and one of the 11:30 Q O (Color) Johnny 1:05 CD Match Game
O News, Sports, things v" does that merits Carson -. YOUR FATHER \ xTU5T JUST 60 BACK TO WORK AND PRETEND ;gE ir YES,HE IS FIRED.
Weather this description is to 1:15 Q Focus Interview FIRED ME, NOTHING'SHAPPJNED/YOLIRENOT AND SO AREYOU/
1:30 O Science MR.WINTERS- 'MISS 5TANDLY/WANTED FIRED u\it\ > rr-rc, =4ls.! l RATE/ 1
6:15 0 Channel Five News come sweeping into Blaj FRIDAY WHY ARE YOU TO WRITE FERGUSON ON ,
6:30 O News-Walter Cronkite Hospital, insisting on the 6:00 O Slimnastics O As the World Turns CLEANING OUT THATCANTRACTIHADTO1'OURDESKZ 1I

O Operation Alphabet best accommodat ion s. O Sunrise Semester CD Ernie Ford z TELL HI/A/ YOU'D TAKEW f sI

O CD News, Huntley, The doctors are some- 6:10 D Continental Classroom 2:00 Q (CD Let's MakeA -< SswrcONE 1 a

J Brinkley what mystified. Fitzgib- 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac Deal

l 7:00 O Rifleman bons appears to be in the 6:30 Q World Civilization O Password ---

"Shot Gun Man." best of health, but he O Pastor's Study 2:25 Q CD News oc

:Arrest and Trial predicts that he'll be 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac. 2:30 O CD Doctors I

I O Discovery dead within a week. 6:40 Living Words O House Party

"Let's Set UP An Aquarium. O Children Growing 6:45 CD Hi Neighbor 3:00 O I CD Loretta Young 1 1
." "Sex Is Part of Life." 6:50 O Farm and Home O To Tell The Truth >< I \\ \ s

, O Movie 9:00 O Perry Mason 7:00 O O TodayO 3:25 O News-Edwards Vi

"The Lady Eve." "The Case of The Drifting News, Weather 3:30 Q CD ,You Don't Say! :: 3 I

7:30 O Temple Houston Dropout." 7:05 O Ranger Hal O Edge of Night

"The Siege At Thayer's O Folk Festival 7:50 O News 4:00 O Match GameD Ili 1||||> NINE POUNDS)] II NINE POUND5 HEREVOi

j Bluff." 9:30 Q O Hazel 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm-Serial OF THE PUPS \ NINE rOL-RE POUNDS OKAY, V 1 TEN AND OUNCES ;MAN rY

O What's New O Science Reporter 9:00 Q Divorce Court CD Popeye's Pals RAN OFF WITH VOU75E OKAY fo-j r st

Rio Grande. Medical and Science Lab O Bachelor Father 4:25 O News PACKAGE A WHOLE OF IIo

8:00'G Ffim Feature oratories. CD Romper Room 4:30 O Burns and Allen FRANKFURTERS fC J ,
Sled Race 10:00 Q O Kraft Suspense 9:30 O People Are O I ,* {
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I 8:15 0 Chats On Writing Couldn't Kill a Fly," he's 10:00 O Say When "The Steel Trap." 1

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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker r :' VV ripxok aI S
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The Man to Beat t. : ,

New Unrk imri3WASHINGTON I ry was in the Senate. George, At about this time, Bill, who Barry rented a machine to EVER HAVE, ,

So many who was in Detroit, made a had been in Washington, wentto remind him where he stood on DEEDEEJ :

people are confused about the small car and went to Lansing. Harrisburg. George went on the issues. The pundits went to o ra 'a.ra

Republican political situation Dick decided to go to Sacramento -"MEET THE PRESS" and said the Press Club and agreed that
but didn't make it At this that he not candidate. r; Ma
that it seems worthwhile to review awas a Dick was the man to beat r
the whole thing from its stage, all was simplicity.Then Dick went to New York. Harold -George was forgotten. i D

beginning and, thus clarify the however, Nelson got who had been in Philadel Next, Nelson and Barry both

picture. Actually, it is quite married and went to Venezuela.Dick phia, went to the newsstandand went to California and Harold <

simple when viewed in the long denounced the press, discovered that there was went to court. Dick went to Sai- .

perspective.At took ride an election on. gon and talked to Cabot and YM
George an airplane
first, as the reader will with Gen. Eisenhower and Bar- Cabot went to the White was photographed, afterwards, RIMMoN THAt "V\ 51AtL I
House and then went on to Sai- without a necktie 8LI3H'MECOL.CANYONIF YtD PEoPLFARETHE
recall, Nelson was in Albany, ry said that he was not a candi- IT E TRUSTED A6ENTS Of-THS 00 ON WrTHTHEJRWOJZKAN7 WOMAN V
gon. Barry went on a speakingtour. senhower went IN YOOfc DISTRICT HERE AND
Dick in California and Bar- date. MINNIESOFAR WEREN'TfORMY
: Pat found her dream homeat course. 1 SO MUCH' BUT SON BEIN3 A N -YOU MUST 60 7b 7HF TH= NOISY 0.5. PROPw SENT A BIBLE ACROSS MAKE'EXAMPLE
Nelson's apartment house. Bill said he was not a candi- WE MUST REACH PEJSCNER OPZ'P H YIU-A5E5'INVASION' PANIC. THE RIVES / Nat. CANYON If. OP WHAT
Gen. Eisenhower said that Cabot date but would O AYE DESERTED MAY
have to think '
ALDER A 1215 was a splendid fellow. Bill about accepting a draft. Maggie l OF THB THJS SHOW TROUPE.a .I MESSAGE.S SABOTEUZ5
'j r AREOLAR Kt10T said that he was not a candi went to Washington and ...I I

MIGRATE ACRE ,date. polled a huge vote while losing I r h.((1 3
ADS TEST ITL The pundits went to the super- to Barry in Illinois. Barry said I

ACROSS 25.3Uverin w E AORTA L market and found that the ladies -Illinois proved that he was st'l2 _

6.Indian Fruit com 26.Ecuador Utmost D o R 5 A L E E R Y were not buying Nelson. the man to beat. Harold was M( rA

10:0p ener In a hyperbole LOVE R E C E S S Gen. Eisenhower said that all thrown out of court. I ,

card game 28.Species AGENDA o F Republicans were splendid fel- Bill went to New York and
11.Stately 32.Pertinent PER ORAL I T O lows. This was right after Dick made a speech. Nelson said Ca- \I. A ;
13.Protozoa 36.Cleansing p A R E A N D I R o ri bad gone to Gettysburg. In Saigon bot ought to I u ,
% get out of Saigon
14.Harangue agent E T A L TEEN A G E I Cabot was photographed but Cabot's friends \
said .
he in-
37. of '
IS.Hdr Span j E h D T R O ti A without a necktie on. tended
16.Secondyears l to sit tight. Gallup, Har- SUNSTR01 : hand .38.Auto shoe SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE George went to the Press ris, and Field polled the country NOV7.IYV5ANTTO6ET PROBABLY ___(
18.ItaL 40.Our 48.Yaps a 3.Fresh-water Club. Nelson, Barry, Maggieand and announced that Cabot A LONG SUOT wrm THE ur
pronoun country41.Peace key bet fish Harold went to New Hamp- was the man to beat. V/UOLE BARRACKS
19.MothcrcE 4.Wild ox of shire. Nelson said that Mrs. .: The pundits consulted the BEHIND you s 4a
Horus goddess
India Rockefeller was expecting a polls and said Cabot J
21.Avoidance 43.Mangle 1.Citron might very I-H Move r
by cunning 45.Not ever yellow *Obliterate baby. Gen. Eisenhower went to .well be the man to beat, all 6.Yield
23.Class dis46..Coterie Venus''Beloved 7.Poetic Palm Springs. Nixon went to !right, if he would get out of Saigon a o

tinction. 47.Eng.rim contractor.8Trmnpetei the Senate and Cabot's son wentto Bill said he was not a can- JtT
I New Hampshire. didate and Barry flew to San
I 2 3Jf f s c 7 5 J i
hurt his foot Bill's
9.Fixed re Barry Francisco and complained that 1 t
10 UIJ /z lattonlO.Funda* friends called up pundits around he was short of cash. ,

the country to remind them The situation was deteriorating J

If 12.mental that Bill was not a candidate.Gen. into apathy when Dick KC

m Spare Eisenhower signed to do flew into San FranciscoBar-
15 17 a 20.Stalk television for the A.B.C. net-:I ry had gone to Oregon by this '=

11 it 21 zz 2 2.Utters work. At this point Nelson flewto time-and said that Barry was I -' \3lu10'MJcR

24.Snapp! California and talked to Tom- the man to beat. Harold flew to t
23 Zf ZS ifl' // beetles Black my.Just Philadelphia and began draft- THANK IGLU FOR 5EEiNG 115, USA WILL ON THE PHONE: HE SAID H7 teM APARTMENT OF YOU Or:7EtJ ALAN.SIL:WE NlONY THINK BE CIF TAKE CARE
27. as the situation was becoming ing a new program to take the -I UP6G! U5A WANTED To bE MC.K KEAPY-FOR P1SCHAR6E ti EAR THE HOSP1-I RETURNING:USA AND X71Ili5H.5. I
I ARE {,
// // // ZI f'l"1: l' JI Jtattoo THANK ,
// /h rF/ VhJ1. 29.Seize murky, everything was convention by storm. Bill said RETURNED CANS M1WNG A FREI StAKTTO LET 1NE
JJ JS 36 denly clarified by the New Hampshire he could sit just as tight as Cabot h jr 6ETHER > ; 11Yr t L! '

30.Artist election in which Cabot

J1 J8 J9 I H stands31.Save beat Barry, Nelson, Maggie and Harold, which is where the situation -

Harold. Nelson hailed it as a de- stands right now.
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4' 4+
32.Procu feat for Barry. Barry hailed it Nelson dared Cabot to get I Iei I

S 44 4' 34.33.Heron Female as a defeat for Nelson. Immen- out of Saigon. The pundits reassessed -t: Y I.I \I.
cheered by finishing last ,. l
3S.Heathe sely the big picture and I I Ir
41. 40 genus Harold went to California to agreed that Barry was the man --

AP N*ws/..,"..,,! S, )9.Irelanr challenge the field. tn beat. Dick went to Johns ,- }
-42.Born Cabot refused to leave Sai- Hopkins and left them rolling in ..
ror tlml 2a mlRo 44.'Scrap : gon. Bill said he was not a can- the aisles with a joke about oa.

didate. Dick flew to KarachI. What could be simpler?

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Involved in accidents reported i First Ave. at 12:05: p.m. yester-
by the Gainesville Police I day.

I ...-:::: .' Department and Alachua Coun- Ewell
ty Sheriff's office in the past S. Neal Williston and
0':0 I 24 hours: Marvin L. Stewart 1137 SE Sec-
as Carl Dale Fink, 3001 SE Hawthorne ond Ave. at N. Main and First
t, Rd., and Felix Small' 1, Ave. at 11:22 a.m. yesterday
I : F: THE CITY BEAUTIFUL"I I 4015 NW Sixth St., at S. Main Margaret W. Simmons 1325
!St. and Fourth Ave. at 12:20: SE Second Ave. and Sallie F.

;a.m. this morning. Hollis 560 NW 41st Ave. at NW
I I E_ '., : Larry Carter, 3739 NW 20th Third St. and Third Ave. at 8:14:

'!Ter., and Mohammed Moezzl, a.m. yesterday.
I I '304 NW 15th St., at NW 14th
'I St. and Third Ave. at 11 a. m. No RunawaysFor

Ec :I:yesterday.Junius Dovell 1004 NW 15th His 2000th

I SALE May 9th. Ave., and parked cars owned I

r, s PLANT Fifth by Benjamin Ave., F.William Weary, 804 Junior NW! Marriage Rite

To Dukes, Rt. 3, and Sara M. Mc- (AP) -When Robert Hastings,
Knight, 526 SW Fifth Ave., in registrar at Gretna Green, per
II the 800 block of NW Fifth Ave. formed his 2000th marriage in

I I at 4 p.m. yesterday. ,five years, it was no runaway
Ii\ William Van Ryerson, Willis- couple that exchanged vows be-

.. --'. ... .. I ton and John D. Goodbread, fore him. It' as his own niece
i **,*" "_-fct Anniston, Ala., at S. Main and who lives only 24 miles from
. '._t._ *_. .. I Gretna.
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"** 1 V i Pretty brunette Audrey Scott,
II Ir J THE GOOD 19 year old shop assistant,
A' stood on the spot where thousands
r II the world have found happir.ess
when she wed 20-year-old Rob-

: .- SALE A 'J' of CHURCHY rt Murphie also a shop assist
thtI be La FEMME ant.

I o. rjhIn The Gainesville Sun s Parking Lot a pal ofPOGO But they had arranged to be
k married there so that her uncle
I r AT WHOLESALE COST ,.. could perforn: the ceremony,
Fr LIMIT2OPLANI and 30 relatives and friends
is carried toextreme.
I I I'IIII!! .'., PER HOUSEHOLD L .. friends were there, too.

t :. CITY TAX PAID BY After the register was signed,
GAINESVILLE SUN Hastings gave Audrey a golden
" replica of the famous blacksmith's
, ? You it see what we mean
' : ; -- anvil over which Gretna
." \ I' beginning MAY 1C in marriages fo r merly were sol-
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t' .. I Oimnt5UiUeSUit
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.. .. : p busiest registrars: "I was very
honored to be asked to conduct
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at the left is 5 years old; SPECIAL QUART PRICES ONE COAT


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(t r No Relief Seen for Beatle Plague 1 this one country of the last for such sanctuaries rare wad-in I Statutues.Pursuant REGISTERED notice to Section Is FICTITIOUS hereby(65.09.given NAME Florida that WANTED

ing birds as the woodibis, reddish Alone the undersigned.S. Markham Douglas doing J.business Scott and under -
" egret, great white heron, : the firm name of Pinewood Schoolof
By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP for a second appearance next I appear on the show sometime' enon which has been occurringin rail and Gainesville. Florida. 1704 NE tth
St. Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida -
Television-Radio Writer Sunday and taped a third turn I next month. ] the past three or four intends to register said fictitious
FOR BIDS name under the provisions of the aforesaid ., -
months he said. Sealed bids will be received 'by the tf.
for later "They are extraordinarily Statute.
NEW YORK (AP-The) end use on. Elderly (i.e.: over 21 years of Board of Control until 3:00 P.M.. Thursday Dated at Gainesville. Florida, this ; { t ..., t'f'
.of television's current "Beatle" ) television viewers who re- attractive with the May 28, 1964 in Board Room -224, 1. day of April. A. D.. 1964. '
There is still another group to age Tigert Hall, University of Florida ALENE S. MARKHAM :
infestation is not yet in sightEd cently have received the im- younger viewers and we felt we Gainesville Florida at which time and DOUGLAS J. SCOTT -.
"* "Billy J. Kramer place all bids received will be publicly :
come over: "
should along with it. 3264) 4:16, 23. 30; 5:7
Sullivan, whose CBS variety pression that the Sunday night go opened and read aloud for furnishing
, "
and the Dakotas, which willIN all materials and labor for .
hour to be wholesale writh- ;
seems a show was inundated with ;
Precht said that it has always FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENTFOR
Liverpool ing rock and rollers
groups these days, has signed JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA comforted by a statement of entertainment and others UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .
I "Jerry and the Pace Makers"Netic RE: ESTATE OP philosophy by Rob- whose record sales were at the Each bid shall be accompanied by a IN RE: Estae ofCRISPIN :,.
LAVENIA LANG BELL ert Precht Sullivan's soninlawwho Certified. Cashier's. Treasurer's Ch.k.or SERVIN.
of Application for Tax Deed Deceased. top of popularity lists-which is Bank Draft, on any National or Deceased
Sec. 1M.U F.S. To All Creditors and Persons Having is the show's producer."In State Bank in the amount of five per NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Claims er Demands Against Said Estate where "The Beatles" and their cent {5 per cent) of the bid. Certified creditors in the estate of CRISPIN OF
.' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that : British British brethren are currently checks shall have State Document a r y SERViN. deceased are hereby notified ANY THESE
g Atlantic Municipal Corporation the holder You and each of you are hereby notified stir minds, this Stamps attached. Checks shall be made and required to file any claims or demands -
E! of the following certificates has filed and required to present any claims thing is something of a phenom- perched. payable to BOARD OF CONTROL as which they may have against said
g said certificates for a tax deed to be and demands which you. or either of a guarantee, and with an agreementthat estate in the office of the County Judgeof
Issued thereon. The certificate numbers you. may have against the estate of I the Bidder will not revoke or cancel Alachua County. Florida. in the Court
and years of Issuance. the description LAVENIA LONG BELL deceased late IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ,I NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING his bid or withdraw from the com- house at Gainesville. Florida within six
of the property, and the names In which of said County to the County Judge of JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA The City Plan Board will hold a petition for a period of 30 days after the' calendar months from the date of the
I It was assessed are as follows: Alachua County Florida. at his officein Public Hearing on May 21. 1964 at opening of bids, and that In the event first publication of this notice. Each claimor THINGS I TO SELL
Certificate No. 516. the court house of said County at IN PROBATE.IN 1:00 P.M. In the auditorium of the Utilities the contract is awarded to the Bidder, demand must be in writing and must
Year of Issuance Gainesville, Florida within eight calendar RE: ESTATE OP Operations Center 555 Southeast he will within 10 consecutive calendar state the place or residence and post-
1962i months from the time of the first JONNAH FRAZIER 5th Avenue Gainesville. Florida, to consider days after it is submitted enter into office address of the claimant and must
i Description of Prooerty: Lot 12 Block publication of this notice. Each claimor Deceased.To : written contract with the Board of Control be sworn to by the claimant his agent or
13 Grove Park PB A-5. demand shall be In writing and All Creditors and Persons Having 1. A request by the abutting property In accordance with the accepted his attorney. or it will become void according
E Name InIIIhlch assessed: Jennie shall state the place of residence and Claims or Demands Against Sais Estate I owners to close that portion of Northeast I bid. and give to the Board of Control to law.J .
"" K'. 9. post office address of the claimant. and : 20th Avenue between Northeast i a contract performance and payment Sidney MartinJ.
All of said property being In the County shall be sworn to by the claimant agent You and each of you are hereby notified 9th Street and Northeast 8th Street. I surety bond with good and sufficient SIDNEY MARTIN
of Alath..a. wale of Florida. attorney. and any such claim or and required to present any 2. A request by the Atlantic CoastLine sureties satisfactory to the Boardof Administrator of the .Estate of You Extra Cash
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall demand no so filed shall be void. Claims or Demands Against Said Es- Railroad Company to close that Control in the amount of 100 per CRISPIN SERVIN deceased They'll Bring
I be redeemed according to law S- JULIA LEATRICE er of you. may have against the estate portion of Southwest 5th Street extending cent of the accepted bid. The Bidder's (3305) 4:30; 5:1.14.21
r the property described in such certifi McKINNEY HARPERAs of JONNAH FRAZIER deceased southwardly from the southerly said agreement is Incorporated in the
cate or certificates will be sold to the Executrix of the Last Will late of said County.. to the C o u n ty boundary line of the Seaboard Air Proposal Form. The cost of the bond'
highest bidder at the court house dooron and Testament of Judge of Alachua County. Florida at Line Railroad Company's right of way shall be Included as a part of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA -
the first Monday in Month of June. LAVENIA LANG BELL. his office In the court house of said to the South line of Peeler's Additionas Bidder's base bid. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
I 1964 which Is the 1st day of June. 1964. deceased recorded In Plat Book A. page 42.
County at Gainesville Florida within Bidders sending bids by mail should AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY IN
Dated this 7th day of May 1964. BARTON & BURWELL eight calendar months from the time of also that portion of Southwest 9th address them to D. Neil Webb Zone CHANCERY.
Lane extending from the East line of
J. Attorneys for Executrix the first publication of this notice. Each Architect Board of Control care of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
B. CarmichaelClerk
212 Southeast First Street Southwest 5th Street to the West line of Dr. J. Reitz. Univer- Rugs
Wayne President
I of Circuit Court of claim or demand shall be in writing Southwest 3rd Street. LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GAINESVILLE
f Alachi Gainesville. Florida and shall state the place of residenceand sity of Florida Gainesville. Florida. ,
.C04HIty. Florida First publication April U 1964 post office address of the claimant (3331) 5:7 Bids. if mailed should be delivered to' Plaintiff
L I .(3334) 3:7. 14, 21. 28 (32664:16.. 23. 30; 5:7 and shall be sworn to by the claim-' the above address not later than one .vs- Guns
i ant agent attorney and any such claimor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA hour before bid opening.All I JOHN C. OWENS. AND BETTYM. ,
demand not so filed shall be void. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN work shall be done in accordancewith OWENS his wife, and BEN
TOMMIE HURST AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN the drawings and specifications JAMIN R. THORPE and KATHLEENM. Tools
As executor of the Last Will and CHANCERY. prepared by Barrett. Daffin & Bishop. THORPE his wife.
Testament of MATAILEEN LARKIN RAMSDELL Tallahassee. Florida and Moore and Defendants.
Jonnah Frazier deceased RIDGE May Gainesville Florida Architects Boats
I I -I BARTON & BURWELL Plaintiffvs and Engineers. in association with MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Forrest ,
Attorneys for Executor M. Kelley. Jr. A.I.A. Archi AMENDED NOTICE TO DEFENDIN
tect to the Board of Control. Work Tents
212 Gainesville.S. E. 1st Florida Street Defendant, shall be in accordance with contract FLORIDA THE :NAME OF THE STATE OF '
documents thereto which
(3265) 416. 23. 30 5:7 DIVORCE pertaining TO: BENJAMIN R. THORPE 't Books
Chance.... NoNOTICE. drawings specifications and other contract 08M Brooks Lane .
TO DEFEND documents: may oe secured or examined Little' Ri Arkanasasand --
I-.y. DAVID WILLIAM RIDGE Whose by contacting D. Neil Web b.
I iWTli1IjjjIiIIflui1GAINESVILLE! N Zone Architect Board of Control Build- Plants
and address Is 8323 Chef Mon- KATHLEEN M. THORPE
ing E University of Florida. Gainesville -
teur. New Orleans Louisiana. Florida. 9805 Brooks Lane
I You are hereby notified that a Com Bidders Little Rock Arkansas .
may secure drawings and Pianos
DRIVE-IN TNtATU plaint for divorce has been filed for a deposit of $10.00 specifications YOU BENJAMIN R. THORPE and
against you by MATAILEEN LARKIN per KATHLEEN M. THORPE his wife, are
set with a limit of two sets
I 3 H_'W..Re../.'f.t*.ftt-Xtl. RAMSDELL RIDGE and you are I tractor. The cost of each set per will con-be hereby notified that a Complaint to Stoves
LAST TIMESNow required to serve a copy of your Answer refunded to the Bidder upon his return foreclose a certain Mortgage on the
SHOPPING or pleading to the Complaint on of the documents to the Zone Architects following described property to-wit:
Plaintiff's Attorney A. Z. Adkins Jr.. office in consideration of the Bid Lot Two (2) of Block "B", of ROSE Radios
3 Color Hits!
big Ill Southwest Third Street Gainesville der's agreement hereinafter referred to. ADDITION to GAINESVILLE FLOR .
Open 6:45 Show 7:20 Florida and file the original Answer Other interested parties may secure IDA as per Plat recorded In Plat
I See 2 Late As 9:45 or pleading In the office of the full or partial sets of pians and specfl- Book "D." Page 65, of the Public Skates
CENTER Hit No. 1 At 7:20 Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before cations by paying the printing and handling Records of Alachua County. Florida.
the 18th day of May 1964. If you fail to costs of plans at the rate of $1.00
PAUL NEWMAN do so, Judgment by default will be taken per sheet cost not refundable and by ALSO all fixtures. Including. but not Trunks
THE PRIZEFirst against you for the relief demandedIn depositing the sum of $5.00 for specifications limited to the following; Oil Space
NORTH MAIN STREET the Complaint. which cost Is refundable upon Heater Kitchen Exhaust Fan and
DONE AND ORDERED In Gaines. return of the specifications. In goodcondition Venetian Blinds throughout the house
Run Hit At 9:45 vine Alachua County Florida this 13th WITHIN 14 DAYS AFTER BID which shall be deemed to be fixtures Jewelry
ELVIS PRESLEY day of April 1964. DATE. and a part of the realty and are a
WEEK MONDAY MAY 11th KISSIN' COUSINS3rd J. B. CARMICHAELClerk Each bid must be submitted In strict portion of the security for the In- BicyclesTV
debtedness herein mentioned.
of the Circuit Court accordance with the Proposal Form.
!t Alachua County, Florida which Proposal Form will be shown in has been filed against ,you and you are
THRU SAT. MAY 16th Bonus Feature (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) the specifications.IF required to serve a copy of Your An- Sets
TONY CURTIS By Emily Waterhouse ANV4 CONTRACTOR FAILS TO swer or your Pleading to the Complainton
Deputy ClerkA. SUBMIT A BONA FIDE BID THE DEPOSIT the Plaintiff's attorney. JOE C.
Who Was That Lady? Z. ADKINS JR. CHECK SHALL BE FORFEIT JENKINS JR., 224 Southwest 2nd ClothingCameras

ASK MERCHANTS FOR Attorney 111 Southwest for Plaintiff Third Street ED.Bidders' qualifications must be satis- Avenue the original Gainesville Answer or Florida Pleading and in file the
STARTS FRIDAY office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Gainesville. Florida factory to the Board of Control. The
DISCOUNT RIDE TICKETS GLENN FORD (3263) 4:16, 23. 30; 5:7 Board of Control reserves the right to or. before the 20th day of May A.D..
waive informalities in any bid. to re 1964.If
Advance To the Rear ..... ..... lect any or all bids or to accept any you fail to do so, ludgment by default

't ______ __ ..' "'. bid that. In its ludgment, will be for the will be taken against you for. Antiques
--- best interests of the State of Florida. the relief demanded in the Complaint.This
5.J.f a.4. Drawings and specifications will be Notice shall be published once Furniture
issued only by. and all questions rela- each week for four (4) consecutive
ALL THIS MONTH i tritq; nts Itl tive to bidding shall be directed to, D. weeks in The Gainesville Daily Sun.
_. Neil Webb, Zone Architect, Building DONE AND ORDERED at Gaines Livestock
.- E, University of Florida, Gainesville, ville, Florida this 17th day of April,
.. 8II' pJ' Florida telephone number 376-3261 Extension A.D.,1964.
.. .' 2192. Cherrle Hales.
.. BOARD OF CONTROLBy Deputy ClerkJ.
214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 Executive Secretary Clerk of the Circuit Court Poles
Also in Ocala (3333) 5:7 14NOW Alachua County Florida

0 JOE Attorney C. JENKINS.for Plaintiff JR. Used Cars

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i I WAITRESS wanted Texan BArbe-l II I FOR SALE by owner modern :3 NW SECTION for sale or rent 3 3 BEDROOM CBS home In New- I BR Fla. Rm., Carol Estates
: WANT-AD RATES que Hawthorne, Fla. II bedroom house In Carol Estates. end 4 bedroom 2 bath CCB berry on nicely landscaped acre near Metcalfe & Howard Bishop.

CASHIER I THE TIME IS NOW. Furnished or unfurnl ed. Assume home. City water lights and lot. Reasonable down" payment. Pay equity & assume VA loan
; wanted. Good
I apply In salary. Gl loan or refinance. Best sewers. Shown by appointment.Phone Terms to suit $10,000 S. E. with $77.94 mo. payments; Phone
PH. 372-8441 I Restaurant.person 14 S.W.Wonderho 1st St.use Behind I I offer. Call 374-8414. FR 2-3824. I Sapp Realtor. Newberry Fla. 376-CS39.

Sears. MORE FOR THE MONEY. this 3

I .. forClassified FHA, appraisal House for value sale NE of $10,000.sectionat Ig. BR 2 bath, panelled LR OWNER must sacrifice, 3 bedroom N.W. Section, 3 Br., 2 baths large
iE BE A FASHION monthly fireplace, attached garage HW 2 bath, large Fla. room carport and utility. Paved street
I SHOW DIRECTORNO Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr $300 payments.down payment:3 BR., 1 low bath carport -- floors. Well. Lg. fenced corner and living room built In kitchen curbing. excellent conditipn
OnlyDEADLINES I' large storage. Call after lot. Near Stephen Foster. $l delivering or collecting ear 500. $450 dp FR 24851. area' convenient to schools. Reasonable 3725756EXCELLENT 4
6:00 P.M. FR <774. -
I necessary. Connie Robbins. FR House to Rent? 1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2-
6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. 3 AND 4 Bedroom homes. On McKINNEYGREEN 2633. BUY '-
Acre lots. Go out NW 16th Avenue Owner leaving town. must sacrifice
I STENOGRAPHERSHigh to 43rd St. intersection. turn FOR SALE in Citra, Fla. Two 2 3 BR. 2 bath kitchen buHMns
I Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 p.m. Day before publication School Graduate with ability right approximately 1 mile B R homes nice and clean. Cash family room. central heat & air
For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. to type well and take dictation. go price $2500 for each. Wired and conditioning located
I For ads to go In Mon. p&per-1 p.m. Sat. Excellent salary. 5 day week. REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS see T. sign O. ZETROUER on left. BUILDERFR DEATONREALTORS sheet rocked. Call Mrs. James UBowdom city limits. For further outside Information
Excellent benefits. in 472-2258.
Daily Interviews 6-3848 Newberry phone 372-3711
I (Minimum 4 lines 8 to 4
ad ) p m.
SPERRYELECTRONIC YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit BARGAIN! Only $300 Down No 2 BR CCB. 3130 10th Sf. Stove

F FAMILY RATES TUBE Qualifying! :3 BR, 2 Bath, Cen- JUST IDEALYou HAZEL HEIGHTS refrig.. auto. washer, air cond..
tral heat and central air conditioning Included. Total $8500. low down.

.- l' Insertion ............................................... 34c line DIVISIONSPERRY built in kitchen. Lot 100x that Is must Ideally see located this attractive In the North home See our 4-bedroom and -bedroom $65 per mo. Drive by or call

c Insertions .............................................. 22c line RAND 100. trees and roses In yard. east that we have lust listed before 2-bath CCB homes with 376-1963 after 5 P.M.
I Insertions .............................................. 17c line CORP.GAINESVILLE Needs some painting. $101.33 you buy. 3 Bedroom Living & built-in electric stove and oven. .
I: 112 Insertions .. .. 14c line FLORIDA mo. with homestead exemption. Central heat, city utilities. -
Dining and Florida
14 i Total charge computed by) multiplying total. lines x rate earn- EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU I 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2-9545 Built-in room Range and oven -room Cedar- Wired for television and tele ParrishPresents

ed x number of Insertions. j EMPLOYMENT days 6-9048 nights. lined dosets Attic phone. Large yards completely
fan Refrigerator
Is In
I i BOOKKEEPER TYPIST, Statewide I EVERY DAY until it is rented : 4 Heights.Bedroom This 3 full home baths has in over Libby 2.- Fenced and washing machine the grassed.city Hazel limits. Heights Equipped with
rear yard Garage Space
= organization has sewer lines. close to bus stoP.
opening '300 sq. ft. of living space air galore 1460 sq. ft. Can be FHA
in Gainesville for low down payment conventional
qualified book
5 Five letter line
words per conditioned dishwasher. and
financed. Call FR 23617.
keeper knowledgeable in i loans. Located on Northwest
4 business office procedures.central IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: many other extras. If you need 39th Ave. West of 13th IMMEDIATE occupancy can be
of check this
living area
t g Same as 2 tines Pleasant working conditions, sal one.plenty Will consider trade. For in- QUALITYTop St. Shown by appointment had on this pleasant 3 bedroom .

1. 8 Pt. ordinary type tions ary compatible fringe benefits.with qualifica.Perma. ,' $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day formation call THE JAMES CO. N. W. location. 4 B. R.. 3 bath phone FR 2-3826. Florida masonry Park lot,home within on walking nice

I nent position. Box I OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Builders home located on 140 x 550 lot. The distance: of Gainesville High *od
Apply 413-A.
Same 3 lines Redfranks
as of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
12 Pt. C-o Gainesville Sun. $50 $1.66 I living room dining room. & Florida J. J. Finley Elementary Schools.
I ordinary type per mo. . per day 3727527 nights 472-7401. room are extraordinary. Air

rg WANTED experienced motel 3 Bedrooms, m bath, built In kit conditioned for year around com ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 jwd-
1 8 P t Same as 4 lines == maid. Top wages. 5 day week.. $55 per mo . $1.83 per day I chen on a well shaded lot. Minimum fort. Cannot be duplicated at the 'Rea lestate room attractive home with central -
I ordinary type Call Mrs. Williams,
I FR 2-7394 after down payment. FHA, low asking price. For complete Information heating and fully aircoQfJi.tioned. .
I 5.30 P.M.BUDGET.
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day monthly payments. This home call 372-3617. CHARACTER -Not- lust another This was one' of the nfvv
WORRIES? has strip hardwood floors. For house Large sunken living homes In the 1962 Paradeof
BUILD YOUR information call THE JAMESCO. CLOSE TOSCHOOLS Homes Show. Let us tell
I 24 Same -s 5 lines INCOME. Avon room with fireplace lOll
Pt ordinary type Cosmetics has an excellent opportunity $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day OF GAINESVILLE, I N C. large dining area. modern more about this one. ..
II to offer qualified wom- i Builders of Kingsbury Homes. built In kitchen with
en. Call Mrs. Burns FR 2 0421. Phone 3722527. Nights 3727401. PALM VIEW Estates. An attrea-
stainless steel sink 3
$70 per mo . $2.33 per day A comfortable 3 B. R. 2 bath home five 4 bedroom masonry home.
with large bedrooms 2 baths.
AN exciting home space excellently
The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one I "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER built. air conditioned. with central heat. Monthly charges Central heat & AIRCON- Built-in kitchen units living and

=; Incorrect Insertion. nor will It bela for any error In advertisement new management. OpenIngs $75 per mo . $2.50 per day 3 BR, 2 Bath family room and $7800 interest.which Call FR Includes 23617.ASSOCIATES .taxes and DITIONING for summer dining room drapes, TV antenna -
for fashion directors. Part central air and
\ to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied fireplace, now being completedby months ahead. Alt this and conditioning
I I by the i>em In in* advertisement. No adlustment will == time or full time. For appoint- Lloyd Myrick, Builder in more situated on 4* acre heating. Reasonable financing.

... be made on errors that do not materially| effect the value of S ment call 3727049. $80 per mo . $2.66 per day Wimberly Estates. outside city J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth wooded lot In one of MASON MANOR. Neat 4 bedrcjn.

the advertisement. SENIOR BEAUTICIAN With a limits. N. W. 36th Terr off Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Gainesville's finest West. 2 bath home. Central

E E following. Phone 3725005. $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- Multiple Listing side residential areas.suit-Only and air conditioning. heating Lovely
500. Phone 25689. $24,500 terms to
I| The Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of HELP turn your spare time into FHA or conventional fI- fenced rear yard makes ideal
i lectlng any advertisement which it deems oblectlonal revising and or re-to money. No soliciting or deliver $90 per mo . $3.00 per day FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR, 2 J.W.KIRKPATRICK. nancing. Call 6-0817 play area for children. Convenient
chance the classification' Of ing. Adlust your own working bath Ig. Fla. rm.. utility area to schools.RANCHETTE
1* conform to from that ordered hrs. For appointment call separate living rm., dining rm., In
the SPLIT LEVEL Enioy living
E I policy of the paper. 372-7049 $95 per mo . $3.16 per day kitchen wall to wall carpetingin this 3 -bedroom. 2 bath homesltes too. Approximately

I living ran., glass sliding door HANDSOME traditional residence; CCB home. Large living 10 acres each. Located -
leading to 16' x 24' patio on Newberry Road. Just

illhimui1iiiii1iiiimmitnhitit1tlfluiu1rnIftntirJtmmoTniffl! !! !! !!!!-ttIiiiiiitlltffluTrntIflhTtiutthTTnTnhTnNnw--! .-.............................;.. 12 Ma!. Help Wonted $100 per mo . $3.33 per day fenced-in 12th Terr.back$19,500.yard. 1325 NE one Gainesville.of the Space most beautiful design custom In- patio.room $14,500 nice with kitchen only plus$450 $500 down i years on balance.

V details and special quality down. Call 376-0817.
8 Baby Sitters Child Care UNDER 10000. New 3 bedroom
NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 throughout for the discriminating -
ARCHITECT or senior homes built under FHA -
draftsman specifications
bath. Central heat central ..Ircondo CHEAPER THAN RENT We
1 buyer.SLIGHTLY -
permanent position salary open. CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR and available to qualified
CLASSIFIEDDial Box Northwest. $19,000. Call suburban. Several most have several CB homes. 2
790. Lake City. Fla. buyers with FHA financing.
attractive three bedroom two or 3 bedrooms, that can be
TINY TOT MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREin 3762927.GLADYS bath houses each with large bought with a minimum taxes.No closing costs and no city

the insurance business. Must SMITH family room well kept lot and down payment with monthly "
PLAY SCHOOL be between the ages of 25 to 50 SUN RENTAL WANT ADS paved street. Prices range from payments LESS THAN WESTSIDE new residential subdivision -
to quality. Guaranteed starting THREE Bedrooms two baths In $15,000. to $20,000. RENT. Call 376-0817.
us and for Acre lots,
see yourself. opening soon.
I 24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7804. salary. Call FR 2-7167, or FR Idylwild at 3806 S.W. 18th St. SUMMER places: On Cowpen streets now being paved. May
2-2153 for Interview. $17,400. Call 372-5393. lake, furnished two bedrooms $I.- CHOICE BUILDING SITES -reasonably -
PLANNED program awaits your 800.00; on Lake Rosa, comfortable priced, good selection we tell you residential more about this outside restricted -
I pre-school youngster at JACK WANTEDCOLORED FOUR bedrooms, two baths In three bedroom, deluxe available. Call 376-0817 for details area .
S. JILL NURSERY SCHOOL P.K. Yonge area 1246 SW. 9th kitchen extra deep lot, $18- city
I Music programs, educational. ONLY. TURPENTINE 14-Sales Help Wanted 28 Livestock & Supplies Road. 20000.. Call 3725393. 000: Lake Serena, exceptional '
film-strips. 7.455.15, Mon.-FrI. DIPPERS. CHIPPERS AND I residence and other buildings Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor limits.M.
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY I THREE bedrooms. two baths closeto 335 feet lake frontage Myrtle Lasslter Associate M.
376-4672 OFF EACH WEEK. CONTACTMR. : WANT AN ECONOMICALLY University. 7 S.W. 26th 823.500.EXCELLENT Wm. E. "Bill" Harris, Associate .,
Child Care In my home. Fenced KENNETH STRICKLAND. 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817
yard. Reasonable rates. Good COUNTY AGENTSFOR PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Street. $17,900. Call 3725393. selection of lovely ,
TELEPHONE 376-8083 AFTER 6 In restricted Res 372-7943 376-7927.
Cooperative Mills 16 cent lots: Over an acre
references. Phone 372 3713. P.M. ALACHUA COUNTY Production Dairy, part pulleted. FOUR bedrooms, two baths off area. good tor split level house, MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING ParrisKAND

KIDDIE KORTChild WANTED Caretaker on Lake needed to follow up tremendous Ideally suited for feeding on 16th Avenue at 1501 N.W. 37th $7,500. In Westwood Little-
place. Must be sober and have number of inquiries pasture. Special for May only. Terrace $21,000. Call 3725393. wood area all Improvements. ASSOCIATES. INC.
care center FR 2-6667 references. Furnished house and FMX GainesvWle or Alachua. 4500. Small acreage dose MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH.
Announcements INFANT In home. good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry for the famous international Phone FR 2-1095 or 461-2105. BLACK Acres, 14 S.W. 32nd Street. In $9,900: many others In all' FORDYCEREALTOR Wayne Hill Helen Graham
care my I to 8
Co. 200 W. Unlv Ave. hospital plan extra large three bedroom two areas.J. Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish
months. Reasonable. Call 3161536.Employment .
t SERVICE STATION attendant offered by InternationalLife 30 PETS & SUPPLIESFREE bath home. 31500. Call 3725393.: W. Realtor KIRKPATR1C1C 19 N.E. First St. Tel. 372-5375

Insurance Co. Theseare $60 per month good credit will require
needed apply at Superior Serv- Member Multiple Listing
SEVEN bedrooms end six bathsIn '
3 LOST & FOUND ice Station. 425 NW 13th St. bonafide leads devel- kittens 8 weeks old. Call Call 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 no down payment. 2 BR
West Hills. 65000.
freme home,
FR 6-4339 or see at 2831 N.E. ASSOCIATES Cyprus
oped through national' ad- 10th St. 3725393. Floye-Mathiasen: Irene BunnellA. 1704 NE 1st Ave. Immediate oc-
13-Help Male FemaleExp.
.: LOST brownish black bulldog II FEMALE HELP WANTED or vertising. We offer no incentive Black Labrador puppies. best of FINLEY Area. 2125 N.W. 3rd W. Reece, Capt., USN Ret. 'Country' Estate cupancy. FR 2-4692. {

with white spots In NW 43rd section prizes or gifts to blood lines. Fine to hunt or at Place. Four bedrooms two 5 Bedrooms and 5 acres. This

Sunday. Family pet. Phonef secretaries salary open people answering our ad. home. AKC reg. 3725763 after baths. 37000. Call 372-5391. home has everyting you need In
R 22207. BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn Cashier-hoste&s attractive 6, and all day Sat & Sun. LAKE FRONT space. Just outside of city lim
offer latest features
plans its. $25,000. Terms to be EXCLUSIVE NW AREA
LOST brown & white pointer bird up to $5 per hour demonstrating White houseKeeper $25 wk. available such MINIATURE Poodle stud service. A BUY In Holly Forest 3905 S.W. Only Associates ar
as ranged. Call today. Fordyce &
dog. Male, with large scar run famous Studio Girl Bookkeeper salary open 31 c h a mplons In blood line. 2nd Avenue. Three bedrooms
I ning length of back. Charles Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. ExPo Waitress, salary & comm. guaranteed renewables for Phone FR 21857. two baths. 19500. Call 3725393. EstateFor Inc. 376-1236. From your first look at this
Exp. mechanics beautiful Ocala block split level
Phone 376-4336 after 6.
life available to all
Mathis. Box
171. Gainesville. Store trainee. hi schl. grad. age ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good Vine CoveredCottage hem., on Its full acre hillsidelot
EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. Off. trainee, hi schl. grad. groups benefits payable for watch stock and pets. FR 16TH Avenue Extension. Three the discriminating home buy- you 'can be certain that
Apply Hubbard Circle Grocery. Tree surgeon foreman. $2 hr. anywhere home. office or 2-0033. acres and three bedroom, two er that wants the advantages of can be yours. $300 down here Is class :- all the way,

\ 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE'I 16th- Ave. and Mlllhopper Rd. Auto salesman Exp. hospital etc. We also offer HAPPY. HEALTHY, A m e rican bath house.home 30000.with Call separate 3725393.guest the country and,the conveniencesof and approximately $50 per mont WOO *q... $...,, Jhfeg.area plus
DREAM JOB Short order grill man Shepherd male & female the clty..this Is the'home for Fenced yard delightful floor plan.- scre ned' &'.rooi*. of life &
all forms puppies
Insurance trainee $100 wk. salary GLADYS SMITH Total $8.500. Must be to
price seen
built double
Custom designed and carport. 3-4 bedrooms.
LEARN TO DRIVEl at. Phone 376-1480 from 10:00 AM. 7 weeks registered. Call you.
Special :
I Route salesman. Levy Co. insurance. We Realtor Multiple Listing be appreciated. Call Fordyce & '
I tent ion to nervous or elderly. to 5:00 P.M. Monday Wednesday group pay I FR 63470.SIAMESE for the large wooded lot over 3 baths 34x13 family room.
CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. I II' Associates: Ben Griffin will love Associates :376-1236.
highest commissionswith looking the water you Kitchen fully equipped witij
Easy Way Driving School. FR and Friday. no other time '
120 SE 1st Ave. kittens sealpolnt. ador.i Bums,
Hinson. Florence
Anna the foyer the spacious living Chambers bunt-Ins separate
7002. Lie. by State of Fla. please. advance
Phone 3168234PLACEMENT an contract; I' able, 8 wks. old. Wonderful
Caroline Noyes. room with fireplace roomy kitchen Roman dining room and living room
WANTED experienced Legal Sec SERVICE 10% first year renewals Mother's Day present. Call Hawthorne 1228 Wr University Avenue 3725393COMING including range refrigerator Inspired which are adlacent to terrace.

retary to begin work on or before Oft ice, Professional (paid monthly) This is !.l 481-2589. dish washer and deep terrace accents this lovely home. provide an area large enough
6 SPECIAL NOTICESTRY June 1. Salary commensurate Technical the best deal for making houncf.Vi freezer separate dining room 4 Over 2.600 sq. ft. provides a gracious for the most aspiring hostess.
with experience and abili College GraduatesFor PUPPIES2 Leopard lovely bedrooms 2V* baths, anda 4 bedroom home with space' With 600.Iq.. ft.. recreationroom
ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross appt. call 372-6377 money in the Industry. No Beagle. $5. FR 2-0976 12x45 front screened porch. to grow In. Air conditioned and ; for rainy days and teenage
I DIADAX TABLETS (former. & Blue Shield. For Interview contact 10.12:00 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. previous experience neces- after 5. The 2098 sq. ft- of living area centrally heated. Low down pay- I fun then 'Is room for air
ly DexADlet) New name. E. A. Clayton or James E. and air conditioned ment. Call & AssocIates.
Monday through Friday sary as we give you complete Is centrally heated Fordyce Many many dther features Including :
same formula. only 98 cents. Canova's Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. BLACK thoroughbred poodles. 6 units. An add-
PERSONNEL CENTER VILLAGEGREEN by 3 A-C Inc. 37 -1236. central heating and aif
Drug Store. 37 N. MainSt. training.. Aptitudetest
I 102 NW 2nd Avenue weeks old. $50. Phone' FR 2- ed feature Is the University conditioning. And best of alt,
(not I. Q.) will be 8352 anytime.
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located only $35,000 with flexible terms
IN GAINESVILLE. it'sGDI'S AFTERNOON paper route now given. Phone Marvin lust outside the city limits
available In Willlston. Man 8 wks. old Siamese kittens pure- NW 21st Place at 34th St.
PHARMACY In-or Kiesz. Jacksonville 398- bred no papers. Crooked tails. this Is an exceptional buy. for the young executive. Architecturally Phone 372-3265 for appointment.
wishing to suppllment
11< Central Plaza woman $15 ea. Phone 475-2518. CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS designed 3 bedroom 2
(next to Winn-DUie) For top quality workmanshipcall come by $SO per week. Write 9819 for evaluation inter- VILLAGE I bath home. Air conditioned, waU
For prescriptions & cosmetics Circulation manager P.O. Box view. 3 FEMALE Chihuahuas and 1 to wall carpeting- a beautiful kitchen -
I.D.U DRUGSTOREDUE 372-6142 57. Gainesville. or call FR 2- male $18, each. Ready to go If you are looking for a fine INCOME and family room. A truly deluxe -
11<<1.I4Sales. 16 Work Wanted Female this week. Phone 3764169. GREEN PROPERTY call us to home. Call Fordyce & Associates -
to divorce I have a like new GAINESVILLE see this 3 bedroom home with Inc. 374-1234. I NEW HOMES i
164 model Zig Zag. Automatic Help Wanted 33 LOTS FOR SALE bedroom apt. Both
UPHOLSTERY an attached 2
sewing machine, that does ev 1508 N.W. 13th St. WOULD. fall like housework PP 9J1X7/C: by day orwp.k VII I A ri::;I= completely furnished and only nilDI CV ,
erything. We would like someone T I --1 $13.300. Apt. is rented for $70.00 I-'vr- I.Ij,
Free Estimates-PICK up and 17W ;k' wtd LOTS
to take up payments of $6 00 REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh per month.REDUCED High Income return with this WALTER
LOTS. 1 Bl. from campus near
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 3723051. GREENVILLAGE wonderful bargain. Good Mortgage -
CARPENTER WORK Univ. P. O. Large lots over-
wanted. Also
Beautiful lot In STUBBS
Edwards. Inc. Gainesville's low taxes. Call today. For-
looking Lake Wauberg. MagnI- ,
CHIEFLAND NURSING HOME largest builder has opening for capable of supervising any typeof view. Black Acres near University dyce & Associates Inc. 376-1236.
has a few vacancies mode r n Sim Want Ads new salesman. Excellent earning 475S496.construction. Call Newberry MARY MOELLER Golf Course now only 3200. INC.

building. Homelike atmosphere opportunity for above average
good food special diets. 24 hr. man. Mr. Dorman. sales manager. 1019 West Unlv. FR 64471BY JOHN MERRILL FORDYCEAssociates
I professional nursing care. Chief. Get Results HUGH EDWARDS INC. 18 Schools & InstructionsMEN OWNER GREEN
1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
_land phone 473-4781. 372-1551. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900.block REALTORMULTIPLE
-------------------- AND WOMEN WANTEDTO of N.W.' 22nd Street. 110' x55', Inc.
TRAIN FOR Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 20Tx- VILLAGE LISTING PHONE 376-5394
IN THE CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 180' with view and.privileges PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES Real Estate Exchangers
Multiple Listing Realtors
of Clear Lake. 376-5109. :
FUN GREEN MARCELLA PARDIW. Grace S. Fordyce Broker "'11. Houses"The
We prepare Men and Women. NICELY wooded residential lot, H. BUCKHANNAPICONVENTIONAL Dudley Goulden Associate Trade
Ages 18-55. No experience neo: 330x300 on paved road NW of Harvey Benton. Associate
sary. Grammar school education town approximately 3Vt miles I VILLAGE 936 W. Unlv. 376-1236
usually sufficient. Permanentlobs. from city limits. $3,000 cash or
-C-- :-" No layoffs. Short hours. 20 pet. down with up to 5 yrs. M
: < High pay. Advancement. Send to pay. Call 372-0331. GREEN
> name, home address, phone Correct
A. number and time home. Write 34 Waterfront Property :
Marcel Co. Box 338-A c/o Gainesville VILLAGE I
Sun.Real Address For :
lot. SW.
New listing. Lg. corner
SUNBOATS Estate Exam BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee GREEN 3 BR.. 2 bath, CB. dbl. garage.
River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Fla. room central heat, 2.000 Young :
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA COURSE 6160. sq. ft. living area 2200000. Immediate
ATTEND First lesson free.HOWELL'S Call Mary S -
VILLAGE occupancy. .
LAKE Place for sale, call FR 2- ExecutivesPine
4416 after. 5 p.m.
2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional
WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! frontage. $8400. Terms. lovely 3 Br. 2 bath home, N.E. 4) Forest :
Men-women 1852. Start high as VILLAGE near schools, Ig. screened porch,
HUNTER Fiberglass Flshipg ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR '
Boat Introduced by FRANK $49.50 $102.00 a week. Preparatory LAKE SUSAN-Idee new'masonry low down paymt. $109.00 mo.
$10.99 training until appointed. Thousands home elegantly furnished; a Inc. Escrow Call Mary Moeller. :
PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES of lobs: open. Experience GREEN -fJ .. Brick & BlockConstruction
dream come true at 1050000.
725 N. Main 372-3537 ,
CHARGE usually unnecessary. FREE Information ASKI About these and lake lots, :
The Heart Of East Gainesville" on lobs, salaries re '' ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR SUBURBAN v.

FRANK PH I LPOTT'S Check with CharlieFR qulrements.name. address Write and TODAY phone.giving Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. VILLAGE CB 3 Br.. 3 acres of land, good I G.E. Kitchens ;
Call Mary
SPORT CENTER 21791. List of Classifications to choose Lincoln Service Box 397-M. C. ON THE GULF financing* $12,400.

Home of HUNTER Fiberglass from O Gainesville Sun. Cedar Key Shores GREEN Moeller. ttL. I' Air Conditioning' :

Fishing Boats. MEN WOMEN AGE 18-55 INVESTMENTIncome (optional ) :
"Where Quality Sells Itself! ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming Diving.! TRAIN FOR VILLAGE prop. near U.F. campusfor Sidewalks t
David AndrewsCedar ,
JOHNSONSEA CIVIL SERVICE sale or lease land suitablefor
20 NW. 14th Ave. HORSE MOTORS Fishing Equipment. oftering Key 3841 GREEN small shops. Owner will build $, Terrazzo Floors
FR 25011 or_FR 6-4W3 to suit tenant. Investigate. Call :
SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. good pay. security. For Information -

Mon. Thru .FrL 5-4 pm. Sat *-6 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper local Interview write FOR of Hawthorne.SALE lot on Restricted Lake Ann area.East Mary Moeller. o All City ;
Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment.: American Service. Box 411-M c-o VILLAGE
Call 376-2428 for Information.LOT .
BAIRD'S MARINE Gainesville Sun. ConveniencesWooded

601 S. MA'N ST. Tennis Equipment. i MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for on Cooper Lake. Price $995. MARY :
t Terms. $20 down, $18 monthly. GREEN Lots
Baseball Phone FR 6-0348.
Examinations. For Informationsend Extra Biq Closets = -
SWIMMING POOLS Where .to ,Fish.. name address & Phone No. WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. VILLAGE MOELLER -wJ
Sun Wont Ads Key Training Service. 112 W. Broker, pecaalng! In Screened Porche>> !

Adams St.* Jacksonville. LAKE PROPERTIESACRE..
4. BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. I PRIVATE tutoring -Jr., High I AGE.GR 5-298U 3 miles No. of Melrose GREEN REALTOR VA or FHA I

and first yr., Col. Experienced.qualifled .
I Enjoy a clean and healthy pool. tutor reas. rates call LAKE GENEVA contemporary.' 3
Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE IX THE: I after 5-00 377-4274. bedroom 2 bath nearly new. VILLAGE 1011 W. Unlv. Ave. FR eM471 ;
Supplies & Monthly cleaning Wood paneling open beamed 4 i

service.FR SERVICE DIRECTORY 22 Special Services ceiling throughout. Roman STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom
2-5363 6-0060 2-3171 bath. Large screened patio. GREENADVERTISE CCB home. Partly furnished. Including : -
Work shop. carport. 2 acres appU and washing mach. Quality Minded
MUSIC LESSONS piano and or- white sandy beach S3X508. Met- 10 minutes from Univ.. few
gan. Wilt take beginning end rose GR 55661. blocks to grade school. Ig. lot. HUGH EDWARDS, Inc. .

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the advance wttn. talented students.young EnJoY workIng Sun Want Ads UJ THE $9.500.4635 After 4117 5:30 N.W. 11th St. FR 2- 372.1551

Teaching studio
I Iii iently on Univ. Ave. beSJlnners.1 I SERVICE"DIREC1'OBT 3 BR. 2 bams Ig. LR walk-in
Fun the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 closets dishwasher, Sm. down
I in I cy p.1NF1N1TeL ."'.McArthur FR Get Results payment privileges VA 376-1583 mtg. after Swim 5.pool NE 16th Ave. & 15th St. i i&i.'E









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!. 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses for Sole -. 46 Unfurnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 62 Machinery & Tools

r M S5 House for Sal 35 H uses for Sole I

I I WEST VILLA ESTATES 3 BEDROOM CCB. 100 x 100 lot. Ii I CLASSIFICATION INDEX II 2 BEDROOM large living room, 3 BR frame house at 2091 SE 10th TWO A-4 Case combines. with

I I :FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per ] BR CCB house corner lot. fence 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled Choice location. Easy terms. ferred.kitchen No equipped. Cop. pre pets I Terr. S per mo. Cal FR 2-413 motors, both for $500. Can or

month payments can ., ed back yard. 4 yr. equity. 2215 bath wall-to-wall carpeting cen- Phone 485-2491 Brooder after 8. tldre o FOR RENT write Eugene Haufler Rt. 3
yew qu. FR 2-5538 after tral kitchen ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE m Phone FR 2. Box 217 B, Gainesville FR
NE 15th Terr.. heating built in 2102 N.E. Terr. $135 4
Hfy: for 4 BR, 2 bath home. ISM I NEW concrete block home on 3 I 17
includes dishwasher. Located
I' 4:00 p.m. on 1 IB Memoruai
UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bed 2128 N.E. St. $125
NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside large wooded lot with circle acres of land. north of Gainesville I I Car .! Tkaake Wanted te Bat living kitchen 1227 N.E. 9 Terr.
outside completely for appt. limits., Buy turn. or : r r 12 S12
ARMY Officer transferred." mustsell. drive Orlg. cost $20,000. balance city S Lest Feu4 e.1 miles downtown. S.W. PI. $
to call
see 372-041.
3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room. $17,380. Equity $400. payments unfurn. Price fum. $9000 with 4 Personalise Serrleei I B*il4J later bth. location $75 V S.W. PL $250 64 Household G
I In N. W. Near School. $15,500. incl.; taxes and Ins. 8149 per good terms. Phone owner after 5 Travel Infamaiioa 1 BeMcbeU month. Call f- cilr See WILBUR BISHOP
-8Y OWNER, S.W. Area. Bedroom I 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 442-1175. 5 Rea"o
: J. FR 2-5043. mOo Phone 372-9172. I or
Negotlat. equity. S Special Netteea f LatiCue. FR after Saturday N. E. 1st St.
2 bath home. central II 2.2 5 1 USED APPLIANCES _
heat. Misc. Fee Sale
i $14,775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open 7 Florist* I Sun. I 6-51 2.24 RANGES FROM $39.95.
II "* hardwood floors. 2-car garage. I WHY PAY RENT? House Sundays. 1 to 4. p.m. Designed LOOKING S Baby Sitters CWH Care TraJiBf P..t TWO bedroom immediatety 3 BR home for rent. $100 per Refrigerators from $49.95.

: Lot 105 x 127. WOO down. $94 per New homes. $ .5O0. 3 bedroom.Located tile & engineered by U. S. SEE this 3 bedroom 2 bath Florida a Places Te Ge Lad I Articles Wat. ; ap. aVlllab.leel duplex month. Must lease for 6 mos. TV from $ t

month. 124 S.W. 40th St. or call bath $65 per month. on Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 room central heat home on Thiars T* SeeAUTOMOTIVE .F1 00 w. ; stove and refrig. situatedabout 1117 NE 3Ut Ave. Phone 372- WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL I
I I S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond.. large corner lot near schools. _e ,Bat.- Hare. Ew 3 biles off campus. 1105 3263. THE VARIETY STORE

\ ::-___ FR__ 2-2727._ trade-ins. Call FR 22372. brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 906 N.E. 20th Ave. F NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone 7 S.E. 1st Avenue
73 Office 2 BR frame house private
NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes.
" o
I ? AIrplane Sales-Keatala Jw. I FR FR
f'II Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 44690. BUDGET HOME 3 bedroom '77 MebO Berne for Sale 73 ..la Merc.. 6-571. dri water fur $ p mo. 6

large screen porch. fireplace, = 7* Tracks fer Sale $8 1 BR, duplex, kltch euip Newlyredecorated. 372.3 cr 376 NUBIAN desk table

: HOUSE HUNTING? $350 down payments like rent. 79 Track Wasted thFR I 2 BR living rnv. dining area black oak $ an ce. O
1033 N.W. 22nd Ave. M Tractors Track Butala f Fla. Rm., utility rm. portable typewriter
'II sale by owner. Lg. 3 BR, 2 bath *8 Trailer Rentals I- UNFURNISHED Bedroom duI kitc Located on 441. 1 W FR 2-0124. $
home, has Fla. Rm.. living Rm SMALL FAMILY, nearly new 2 so S3 Motorcycles Scooters a Lots fer Sale plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. mi.carp. Gainesville. $65. ,
i NORTHWEST inside patio garden extra Ig. bedroom home in nice area. 84 ABtomebD Kepairs J Waterfrent Fnpertj month. FR 2-2372. S I I 464-3418. i FREEZER AND REFRIGERATOl
CHECK THESE porch built-in kit.. many extra Reasonable terms. Call for complete = 85 AaUtmcbUeS fat Sale a Booses For Sale FOR SALE. WILL TRADE FOa

features plus Ig. lot. Desirable information. U Sway CanEDUCATIONAL Cottages Fer Sale 47 House for Rent Furn. ONE NEEDING REPAIR.
6 49 Rooms For Rent
terms. Durant N.W.
Estate. 541 Real Estate Exeksjitei FREEZERS I. REFRIGERATORSGASSED
:: I HOMES TODAY: 58th St. No sign up.. Call PR. II Real Estate. Waited I IN HOME $9. BUY
20954. ALACHUA s I 2 BR 732 NW 23rd Blvd. S95 per
... out Tewa Property mo. Call McKlnney Inc.FR
| 18 Scbel laatreetieaU o. Grl ATTRACTIVE r with private NEEDING FR
Senate Dacctof.I "B.le. Pnpenie 23617. entrance in modern REPAIR 213
$15,400 3 BR. frame house 1 mile Southof Income h.
: 'REALTYAssociates SO Wanted Instruction Kitchen privileges. Ideal for T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone 4$ Farms Acreage ON LAKE GENEVA 2 br o
468-1064 after 6 P.M. 43 Colored Property 5 large Florida room stent. 27 and Guaranteed

:: ;: Three bedroom two bath colonial model. All brick EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property ROlls Sill year. Math Manor. C a I NICE Quiet bedroom for rent. 4 Refrierlto. f S*t
Arie Smith. Realtor CR vp
17 Work Wanted Male Businessman nice sober stu- Rlnes
... front comer lot. paved street. all city services walk NEW BRICK Mabel Gore. Associate I If Work Wanted Female 52 dent. $35 per o 414 NE 2nd 17 Wasr from S VPS I
ONE 2 bath house. 2 m
to elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 MODELSOPEN 635 N.E. 1st St. 374-2448 14 Sales Beta Wanted RENTAL I scr 1C 2 car ga- St. FR 67212.PRIVATE 2 Food-Freezers from from $49$99 U

:: down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homes IS Help-Male er Female
.. jre new and iJenost ready for occupancy. OPEN '/!) DarkScreened FRED ; ':5= 33 Xle 1>nJII Self u, Wtmtti hn\ I. '' fE fcvt ( f. etocsie.tor ,1 )rtm t ROM X&" Tnonfn BJJ.):> 1" 5-eta Irf,pt, vpIAAYTAG
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fnJI I 1 f! 4> Btaiet lot feat- fr s per RVO.04 NW. NC T private "Tlf M. ft KEL-
ARNOLD O" bam, porch on s
: $13,500 porches FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Bo.m. leg Beat $8 male students. Green WURIPL.
[ McKfnney lot automatic
S40 Also
: Custom kitchen cabinets = :, Fum Eiaipment Hoed Baems E Inc. 211.COOL mth. o UI
Oversized bathrooms I 55 22 Feed k TerUUxer 1 Misc. Rentals FR _'6" 3U1. '-7. .*asherfrom "1".
Plus many other custom 28 Livestock furnished house on creek, New Refrigerators from $158.88.New I
Sepplie S1A Waited Te Rent NICE downstairs
: Three 'bedroom one bath model with double accesS features REALTORBest S .29 Lsndseaptaf Toy SoD 'S Boarders Wanted $8 large lawn & complete .hedge..,) In. private entr.e.rs. Clse-- New Icemaker Freezers refrlg.from from $13.'S I
exterior elevation. I OOx E 30 Pets Supplies Office Desk Space g with fireplace screened parking. 531 2nd PI. Ph. FR S7.t.
'. : to master bath. Stunning VA & FHATERMS porch, carports. S150 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEL
31 LIvestock atti fan
t .. 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. 5 Balme. Rentals 5 E for July 8. Au. 25 THE VARIETY
I only $81.00 per month. Buy 55 couple only. l NW 34th NICELY furnished room In private 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR
: payments. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home at SERVICE Ph. FR 23 home. Maid service. Plr. 6-3
economy price of $15.100. "Car- I; S4 Basinets Opportunities %Special Services 5 ing space. Reasonable .

Walking distance to elementary & rier" central healng, air conditioner 32 17 Monet to Loan !Home l.pr.ymeDI $8 COPLETLY fur n ished. 210 E. Univ. Phone FR .74 66 Misc. For Sale

$15,000 Jr. High Schools. Shopping & unit hardwood floors I 5i M Mortgacc* I Bale = students. PhoneFR ROOM with bath 4. kitchen privileges. -

: : Churches. fenced yard. Attractive location II Money Wantedsstimtmmmmnmmisstmttmioi :Appliance at FmrnUnre 65221.COMPLETELY. Working lady or graduate SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT
Hugh Edwards Inc near schools and Universi
student. after 5 P.M.
N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. ty. ---- 1IIIIIIAUIAIIAIIJ fur n ished. 376 $7 per month Balance $68.
372-1551 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women, I 115 Ave. FR
1200 ,1D7
model. Ideal
bath Sherwood for couple. Phone FR
Three bedroom two
and apts. near
35 Houses For Sale 45 Furnished Apts. rooms
square feet of modern living space. Only $100 down WESTWOOO LITTLEWOOD Large Homes 6-5221. day wek month. FR 6-293 cmps.o BEAUTIFUL colrl mounted

VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately Walking distance to schools. 3 QUALITY home on beautiful landscaped FR ,02. saifish. '. A Pfleguer.
BR 2 baths home in SkytlneHeights. BARGAIN 3 ROOM furnished apartment. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. Fla. Only $ The Tackle -
lot on N. W. 3rd Place.
unit complete.
end board for girls. Use
$91.00 per Study hardwood floors. ROOM Box, 1490 Hawthorne Rd.
; Spacious bedrooms, large living 4 Rm. house 2 biks. from Spring Private bath apply Mrs. Marie machine. Call FR 4-
built-in range & oven. Cent. room with fireplace dining room Hill High. Outside complete In-. Fette. 112 N.W. 2nd Ave. I 2 BR, nice lot. fenced, $9Uir i of washing REPOSSESSED Singer portable

I heat. Shaded back yard. Call overlooking attractive terrace. side partially complete. Lot 50x- m 1 BR, near camps. $75 per 6 Zig Zag and attachments. RB

: $12,250Our 374-0862. 30000. 100. $%,200 cash. Call Keystone 1 Bedroom, living room, kitche. mo. Frank 6-293 NICE large r private e sews forward and reverse,
Heights 4734135. Modern. $75 per month. or 2-4351. trance, Ph. 3744)264) monogram, fancy .p
FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section 7th St. Call Mc-Kinney Green. I o pliue. sti
3 bedroom, 2 tile baths I Cool Comfort Inc. FR 2-3617. II REAL NICE 2 bedro furnished 37- etc$4 per mo. S
815 .
built-in appliances double carport 37 Real Estate Exchanged house, tile hardwood PRIVATE bath, entrance, and W. Ave. FR _
best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone paved street. connected to 'OVER 1900 sq. ft. of alrcondition- I 2 BR, L.R. screened porch, par foors. separate living and din- parking. Nicely furnished. New RePOSSeSSedSINGER

bath home new and distinctively different at $400 sewer. Small down payment. ed luxury. Panelled family. tially furnished. $55 per month. No sm. children or refrigerator. 1514 N.E. 7th St. SLANT NEEDLE
with brick SELL or trade for farm land In '
month Days phone 312.3826Alter 6 room fireplace. Separate I I 110 SW 4th Ave. Call McKinney- pets $115 per mo. Ph. FR .22 Model 301. like new alt
down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees. $74.00 a dining room. huge two car Alachua County. 3 Bedroom spacious TWO Single Businessmen wish to wlt
total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All P.M. 374-4774. garage. Refrigerator stove dishwasher house. Quiet neighborhood.Close Green, Inc., FR 2-3617. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2014 S.E. share 3 b home with single attachments. Take ovr pay full
ments $45
Included. Northwest lo to University. FR 2-0992. 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House man. FR 'til 6 p.m. S1.5 monthly
and Junior High EFFICIENCY
walk modern. $75 Ph .40
city services to elementary FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. cation. $25,400 with terms. per open. Call FR 6-423 after price. for ever $200 new.
month. 212 SE 7th St. Call McKinneyreene 673
schools.All home located In Westmoreland Cal FR 2-2051.
Inc. FR 23617. 8 ROOM 2 bath. very clean & FURNISHED room In private
of these homes located on N.W. 39th Street Estates. On city sewers. paved USED Underwood
are 38 Real Estate Wanted home at NE portable type
From after j
home. Call 372-1431 p.m.
N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces- St 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Away City TWO bedroom furnished apt. 3rd St. $150 per month. 10. 374- wrier, 6 outside doors, locks.

sible medical VA Hospital and Rm. & living Rm.. dining area. 3 BEDROOM 2 bath home, 4 near Univ. & Alachua General 0002 or contract H. G. Bollinger 372.3770 hinges. Various types of
to downtown center Central heat built-in kitchen In- years of age on 100' x 130' lot WANT TO BUY Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955 Gainesville Starke. AIR-CONDITIONED room fo r moulding & electrical futures ft
nearby shopping center. cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards outside city limits near lake. or write R. T. Stroud P. O. rent. State Inspected, private heater. Also plumbing supplies ft
walk to schools close to Reasonably priced at 12250. 2 or 3 bedroom home with Box 365 St. Augustine. FOR RENT completely furnished entrance linens and utilities Propane Bottle Energy. Phone
U of F & medical center FHA Owner will pay costs to refi family room and 2 baths. Kitchen 3 BR home, fenced back yard furnished kitchenette $12.50 FR

WHY PAY RENT? S22.700. Down payment $1,700. must be equipped. Central SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house, air conditoned. near schools & weekly men only. Phone 372. 6. them.12Vi .
Immediate occupancy. Drive by heat preferred. Must be priced close in and accessible to all shoppin. 6. 1545. you ,
In contain
1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler right with reasonable down pay- of City. SE cts a pint your
nance.ARNOLD. par 372.118. A FORDYCE ere Starling Bros. Farm Graham -
Brothers. 372-9545 daily 376-9048 ment. Write to Box 365-A, RENTAL
night. Gainesville Sun. Call our find the 54 Business Rental Fla. St. Road 18. 6 miles
house wish. listed. E. of Brooker. Brooker 485-
you Many
1 BR. furnished apt., water fur
I BUTLER BROTHERSPhone BY OWNER, attractive 4 BR, 2 Multiple Listing Member nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 Also apartments furnished. GARAGE space tot rent. 613 S.W. 2702 or 4525
bath, lovely planted In
pines & azaleas.yard Air cond., cent. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522 ,39 Out of Town Property per mo. Call 376-261 or 376-23 FORDYCEASSIATES. 2nd St. Call Jo Merrill Realtor GE filter flow automatic washer
Associates: Peter Sieg ask for Mr. ; FR 2-1A. looks and runs like Also roll
heat, dbl. Util. & swim club nw.
rm. Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge INC. around 2 speed fan good condi
t membership. Walking distanceto Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman STARKE: 11 room 3 bath homeon FURNISHED Apartment for rPt 926 AIR CONDITIONED tion. Ph. F R
FR 2-9545 daily FR 6-0948 nights Metcalfe & Howard Bishop. Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene large lot in choice neighbor with living Rm.. bedroom 376-12 NEARLY new. modern office o 2.2A3Hoover
: : 2832 NE 11th Ter. Ph. FR 4-2349. hood. Close to bank, church, bath, alr-co. 1, 2 bedroom 2 BR Kit. 120 N.E. location at 3 West Univ. Ave. PortableNew
If no answer FR 25567. SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 post office schools & market. Apt. 2-95. 9th Ave. $ equpP McKIn J Ph. FR Wesel Realty,,
cash. Total cost only $11,427. Ideal for home ft office, apts. ney Green. Inc. FR 1113 N. Main .
3 BR, 2 bath concrete block home Freshly painted $45 "US DEMONSTRATOR
Modern 3 BR, m bath home. apartmnt.
1IIfIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllllllllllllllillbl" near Llttlewood. Terms to suit Near schools. Refrig.. elec. nursing home.trade beauty for Gainesville shop. ete.S22.ooo month See 1 3d Ave. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. N.W. 13th St. Building to be con i, $ .9. Guarante.
buyer. Owners moving out of or Stove & refrigerator $115 structed. Space available for KIRBY SERVICE
range air cond.. and drapes.No 6 per SL
I Norwood I State. Call 372-3793 621 N.W. 35th qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. property.Fla. Write Box 277 Sterke, 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & mo. Phone FR .247 Weseman physician dentist, lawyer, pharmacy 712 N. 4-7110 4-1117
St.NEW. Realty. shop and barber
SAVE! Phone 376-4068. clean. For married. couples 0 ELECTRIC typewriter, condition
ii MODERN 2 BR, CCB HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone ly. Adults, no pets. Rent rea 2 BR partially furnished house shop. I Interested Call 376-1831. $95. Call P.M.

Hope house. 3 lots. Utility room tile HOUSES for sale. 2110 NE 12th Heights Fla. 3 BR. 2 baths. 1 _sonable. Call 376-7844. and 3 BR unfurnished hs for 3-7
bath terrazzo floors. tg. screened Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath. large corner acre lot will sacrifice. Appraise rent. $70 & $80 per mo. 376- 56 Business Opportunities fans with
"H" Inc. I porch. Access to Lake Santa lot. $500 cash equity. Take overpayments at $18,000will sell for $14,990. EST SIDE 5568 from 8 A to 7 P.M. 3 frames THERMOSTAT 2 win and 2
1RIIIIIIIIIIIII1llllllllllllll1IIIIIIIIIIfIIII11 Fe. $12,500. See across from Post of $91 monthly. Furniture Call 374-1148 Gainesville, after 5 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W., floor
3 BR exhaust $20 each. 3-speed
Office, Earleton, Fla. also available. Call 372- p.m. separate living rm. & dining Univ. Ave. for lease., Opportunity -
1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homesor 4454. rom carport. Located near for the right man to get in fan $10; I, 10 oscillating fan $
3 BEDROOM house in Melton APARTMENTS $85 per .mo. 1110 NW the bowling alley business witha Call FR 63.
3 Br. 2 Bath Property I Manor. (Kincaid Road) Sma II FLORIDA PARK 3 BR. with 40 Business PropertiesFOR 40th Ave. Call 376-5920. small amount of capital. Call THAYER baby bed with new mat

We must sacrifice this down payment small payments. paneled Den which may be usedas $57 per month upGainesville's FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom FR 4-2641 or FR 6-23. Ask for tress $30; new Port l-crib

-;-.Our inventory is too 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIII'llDIUIlDIIUII"II1IIIII! I Phone FR 2-2940 after 4. 4th BR. Living room; Dining SALE BY OWNER Finest 2 bath. central het. built-in Mr. Haynes. with lk S1. Call 374728.
3 BR. 2 bath paneled Fla. room, room; Florida room; 2 full stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. 1825 N.W. 7th .
much-We will land US No.So.
take Hwy. on 301
tiled Baths; Kitchen with built- Furnished or unfurnished SHELL OIL COMPANYIs
'$850for our equity. The following! are ready for II dining conditioner room. 1900 sq.draperies ft.. windowair Ins; Carport; Utility Room and of Starke 343 ft. cor. next & Lovely 1 en 2 bedroom apart 716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom now taking applications forservice BOLEN ride-A-Mattc tractor with
south of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across ment. 9th St. Phone 374- home, CCB. Hardwood floors. disc and plow condition
You occupancy. I Storage Area; Paved Patio; I I 3 stations now under construction Oo
assume $17.000 fenced back yard $1500 dwn.,
Hardwood floors; Central heat road. Ben Suslow P. O. Box 9608.. Walk In pantry. attic fan Venetian in Alachua County. $175. Call FR .
4012 S.W. 19th St. phone 2-9024.
Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. and air-conditioning; Walking disfence -I I 1003, Starke. SMALL apartment (Clean and blinds. Separate dining Please call Mr. Pope at FR FOLDING CAMP trailer (NEW

Hurry to take advantageof 4-BR. 2 bath $700 down. BOTHER'S JOY of Finley and Gainesville I I FOR RENT-$100 per month. 20x- quiet utilities except one room. Tile bath and utility room. 2-5333 for application and appointment MOON) $95. Model R, John
this. S107 mo. High I Schools. Owned free and 50 & freshly painted inside. 1blk. adult, $33 per mo. gl. 4- Available now. FR 2-84. Paid training and Deere tractor $700. Both In good

clear; arrange your own flnanc.1 I from Court House. 111 S. 5289 or see at 317 N.E. 2nd Ave. 2 BR 1 bath unfurnished house guaranteed start. condition. Shell Station Interla-
I l-Mother's Day will be completeif ing. N. W. 11th Main St. FR '6-9312. at 838 SW 9th St. chen, Fla. after Sp.m.
1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. you move her into this BRAND si91l I I I BEAUTIFUULY furnished air $80 per mo. PART OR FULL TIME Ph 871

3 Br. 2 Bath 3 BR. IV* bath. $400 down. g NEW 3 BR. 2 bath home at II I I 42 Farms fir conditioned. 1 bedroom apt. I Call University Realty, 372-4351. Men or women-No age limit. .

Our Loss Your Gain 198 per mo. 3669 N.W. 16th Ave. Half acre NE 4 BR 2 bath, Ig. kitchen Acreage Across street from Norman Hall. UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. Business opportunity of a life CLOSE OUT SAE
g lot. Air conditioned. Elec. Kit. I I Very large rooms, 2 closets in time. Pleasant, easy work-No
Our built-in stove, screened c h: $70 month. Unfurnished 2 On Wallpaper.. Rol.
inventory must 3330 & 3320 Family room. Spacious through dbl. utility, cent. heat. air con-1 I I FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE bedroom. Immaculate condition.Permanent room house S6 month. Furnish bed selling. Florida comany handling HARPER CO.

be lowered We' will, NW 30th Ave. I out. $23.500. Terms will please ditioner. Near elem. & |Ir. high I j I RURAL.PROPERTIESROBERTS tenants desired. No ed duplex ., $90 I I General Foods representatives Products exclusively 10 S.W. 7th PAIN 372-4344
take for children or pets. Rent $90 month. ,
$850 our eQui- you. schools swim club member-
3 BR. I bath. $550 dn. $79.59 .74.
8 C, SMITH REALTORU.S. Apply 1127 S.W. 5th Ave. to spend a few hours each '
You 2-Mothers worries are over. Just ship. 372-1854. or NOW you can enloy| cooking with
ty. assume $1 3.600 per mo. I let the children play in this Hwy. 41 Micanopy Fla. cal FR 2-8616.- 3 houses, for rent. Available now week delivering products on call Gas range used installed
JApprox.( mortgage fenced halt acre yard. Spacious LARGE OR 5 BR HOME 4312 3 broom, 1 bath completely I to business accounts. Person selected gas.FREE with our LP
Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. I 4 BR, 2V4 baths. Elec. Kit. ON 2-3 acre wooded fenced lot. BRAND NEW married 2 BR apt. 1st foor. rederlted. $100 month, 714 N.W. I must be honest abstainers complete. Propane 01S ",

now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. Many extras. See at 4147 N.W. Study. A-C. carpeting other ex. FORDYCEACREAGE for Prefer students. Near couple Stephen and Fos 2d Ave. Available May 5th, air courteous and well dressed SW Archer Road. Phone FR 4-
3 BR bath $500 dn. $68 ti_ 36th St. Owner will sacrifice for tras. 2 blks. to schools. 3 mos. ter. Phone condio. 3 bedrooms 1'/i I and have at least 2 references. 5110.
IffilnfllhhHuhillwfnmmwntbwuh: I I per 0.1 '" quick sale. old. 1224 NW 36th St. Phone FR 372-11. screened porch. a car and $1195 to Insure performance .

2-So conveniently located at 607 24561.EXCLUSIVE. FURN. Trailer, in N.W. section $125 month. 601 N.W. 36th Terr. and cover cost. MinI ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna

FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St. I" NW 19th Ave. 3 BR 2 baths. NW Area. Fallout nice 2 BR on large wooded ,lot. available June 7th 3 bedroom mum assured Income of $300 per Double stack cplet.. Nothing
Designed for real family enjoy shelter, Small Ranch $70 per mo. call 372-3488 or 376- m bath, fenced back yard $125 month for part tim and up to else to Brants.
Bath $300 dn. $64 spacious above ground
; N.W. 8th Avenue.
mo. 513
per month, 314 N.W. 34th Terr. Call $1,000 month for full time
124 SE ment. Large LR with fireplace.
'Zth St. well & bath, can be used as 100 plus Acres 9 miles from City. 4. I .
= Elec. Kit. Cent. FR 2-1476 Sunday or after 6 p.m. personnel. Send name and phone Chain Saws $50 New
Family USED
3 BR, 1 Bath 303 SE 38th St. room. extra room. 3 BR 2 bath home $275 an Modern House. FOR RENT 2 & 3 room apts. up I.
heat, real at $17,500. Extra are. fur Weekdays appt. to see number to Box 414-A c-o $89.95. We repairall l
a buy 4 tip saws
1 Year Lease, $100 per Mo.Norwood AC. fireplace; dishwasher re- fenced and cross-fenced, water, ished unfurnished. Also efficiency -I fo
o Sun
304 & 314 SE 39th St. lot available If desired. chain saws ft lawn mowers.
frlg., stove, Rent BR house
riding power mow. utilities planted pine cottages. $40 per I UNFURNISHED 3 with
1111I11IIIIIIRIIIIIII 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $64 4-Owner says SELL NOW. Just out er. Lot 175 x 300. Other features. buiding.. a buy. mos. Ph. 591-2211 Mclntosh. I stove & refrigerator and fenc e d Chain saw rentals. Mull
permo.mnumnonnmnnmiuinmneB. .side City. Shaded half acre lot. By Owner. 3763083.BY back yard. 2119 NW Terrace.Cal 6 Wanted to Buy Wisconsin and Brigs. Stlt
Deep well. Sprinkler system. 3 NEW. modern, 1 BR. air-cond! 7 dealer. Florida $ .
1 TWO 10 at 372-8932 FR
III BR. 2 baths. Cent. heat. Family OWNER 2 BR. 2 story house I I acre parcels one ti apartment next to Holi or 2-17. be 43411.
and one at acre. WANTED: water cooler
room. Carport & utility. Let's lot 50 x 1W. Reasonably priced. S2 S a Inn aduls'only, no pets. 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath screened priced reasonable and mus DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY

The following are under construction talk over price & terms. See at 719 NE 2nd Ave. Phone 80 ACRES for an acre. High $98 per m. turn. Call porch, electric I range. $100 working condition. Call Oo, as No money
Chairs lo $
and will be ready 374-4755. and S16 372-3488 or 3763. month. Call Mc-Kinney Green ext. 20. weekdays. $
rolling perfect sight per
for UNIVERSITYREALTY I I Inc. FR 2-3617. 15 doW lw a mt
.Hope occupancy soon. BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath Fla. for the dream h. Only 8 CASH for your used refrigerators pickup d.
Rm. kitchen with refrigerator miles from Very clean, nicely furnished 1 b 3 BR. 1 bath. scr. porch. elec. stoves furiture., livery service. All work guaran

"H" Inc. a & built-in range. Central heat room apartment. Tile bath. range. 330 N.E. 9th St. $95 mo., Ing, etc. FR William's teed. Phone 376-7
3236 NW 29th Ave. & air conditioner. Near schools I FORDYCEASOCIATES 733 $.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0444 or available .May 8th Call McKinney Service Center 2.33. Road.

We Trade Homesor 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $98 1115 N. Main St. Ph 3724351W. & swimming pool. 2902 NE 13th FR 2-9569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. STRWBERRIES
per mo. Dr. Phone 372-8426. INC WANTED to buy 2 used Corvette 2 pr '
M. Munroe Realtor 1 BR 1226% NW 8th St., $65 per 4 Rm. house. $33 mo. Call after 5:00. c Malor Thomas signon
Property per 2.34 th
I Assoc. S. E. McLaughlin. Frank Ro EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned 926 W. Call hublp
376-12 mo. 16th Ter. Phone 485-
--"- 3301 & 3311 by. Roy McCann T. C. DouglasJr. 3 BR home Paneled Family 2.4 ACRES $1600 FR 23617. McKlnney-reen. In Inquire 739 S.W. 2nd 21 2635. ROId
IIIIIIJIIIIIIIIALL NW 30th Ave. Room adjoining/ living dining WANT to buy Midget Sprite or

OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 bath. $650 dn. S91 I FOR SALE 2 BR house, Ig. utili- area for extra spaciousness, Public LOS utities.TRANCOS paved WOODS road frontage ONE-1 BR turn apt with private Ter.RNAL Spitfire, 1"1l mileage. Call LRGE ,wardrobe trunk Like, clothes
electric range and dishwasher. ent. Also a 2 BR apt with airconditioner. 4-4327. 6r.wer. ne.Inuir
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY permo. ty rm.. carport, screened in shool bus service. Drive .
SEEING ANYTIME IF breezeway. $308 down and assume Assume 41, per cent Gl I mort West on Newberry Rd.. turn Walking dist. t We and WANTED to buy 15 to 18 ft. Un" Ave.ROM
YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave. g payments $42.50 a month. gage.. Will consider financing right on SR 241 watch for signon town. Call FR 2-5514. apfs. furnished and unfurnished. Ski Boat with 40 to 75 hp m air cooler, less than 1 m.

1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $84 | Call 376-0091 or 372-6502. balance. See this unusual buyat right. Terms If desired. $75 MO. MARY MOELLER tor. Call FR J-122 Days $25. Phone 372.J .

4-5301 or FR *7989 per mo. iiliA MAKE 2213 NE 7th Ter. RIIP FOSSEY Realtor Month to month rental or lease to 1019 West Univ. FR 67 2-975 Nights and Sundays. P.M.
BY OWNER Finley Area. 2 Bed- University Ave. Ph 3761359Selling suit tenant-1 bedroom -
....... 1 furnis
MUST SELL lovely 4 bedroom
111111111111" lml room, separate dining roo m. Florida Since 1904" Apt. available at
home built less than 2 12
------ -- yrs. ago. Large secluded screened porch. Blvd. Ph. FR Wese-
Not in a development area. Features Fireplace lovely vard wMkinq' ACREAGE man Realty -1113 N. Main St.
galore Inside and out. A distance to University. FR 2.LOVELY 20 acres paved rd. W of Gainesville SERVICESHome
luxury home for a discriminating 9757. j planed. 2 BR furnished apt., living rm.
family. Flexible terms. Turn MARY MOELLER dining rm, kitchen.' private
left off Newberry Rd. onto 57th home on Ig. beutifullv bath. Adults anly. Married I
1019 wes Univ FR
SEEGainesville's St. 529 NW 58th St. landscaped: lot in Idylwild. ? 67 couple or 2 or 3 sober male
BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm. Rooms students. No pets. $100 per
: SO--CMHIS. Cent. hert. & A-C Ercellent I 43 Colored Property month. Apr. 20 through AUgust.
EYES RIGHT for entertainment & we'l Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St.
I sitl te" for rhiMren on deal Ph. FR 4-7212. Ad Busiess

See real dream living in Shadow end street. N<>''r new school. HOMES FOR SALE 3 NICELY furnished apts. for
: most exciting new homes, : Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. Lg. hobby utility rm. 2 car 2 & 3 Bedrooms 14h St. & 1-1 BR 2-2 BR apts.rM
carport. Ample closet 1 SE 7th apt
D. Oliver. Bldr. space. Ave. Some no dow PlY NE 4th .
:now on display at Highland Court Ph. FR 2-0466 cedar lined. Call owner FR 4- ment. Some small d
4232. Meto Monthly to NICE large quiet, cool, first floor
West NW Wth Ave past 1
$65. Also homes built furnished apartment. Good resi SMALL bulldozer, : Painting. Free es-
Manor. your dup
: the Glee Springs. intersection. NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath, Lg. Ildr. WAND
lot for no down payment.Call Convenient to trucks fill dirt Topsoil.
See sign en left. LR., with fireplace. D.Rbuilt dental si r No job too small.
In kitchen, enclosed patio, 2 Builder Phone FR 2-4125 walking distance lnes.square. No Work guarantee. Phone -

car carport. central air-cond. children, or pets. $65 monthly. & Dralne Backhoe FR .

I ELEVENcompletely and Priced heating.to sell.. 3505 Near,N.W.schools.13th 44 Cottages for Rent Phone FR 6-5 grader., wheel Free estimates.tractor mo. .

LITTLEWOOD AREA 4 BR, S Ave. TeL 2-6795. MODERN EFFICIENCIES A rr (Buck) Johnson FR 4-6219. Plumbing
oath 2050 sq.. ft. living. Ire .Phone E. Harp .
central heat, built-in kit. 1 blk FOR SALE BY OWNER, 2 Bed- 2 Bedroom furnished concUtl. A
from Westwood Jr. High .2 room.CCB, retirement h. m e. cotae. 6561 l-- Concrete
blks. from Uttlewood elem. Shaded 100 x 100 lot. 6 blocks n pets FR and 2 bedroom furnished apartments INSTALLED
from Stephen Foster Elementary some air conditioned. dezinFR I SEER
school. Ideal for Ig. family or FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage, all NEW fixtures
; new models ranging from family and elderly persons. School. Call 374-8094 after 6 p.m. electric, tile shower good ventilation Summer rates near Universi 21f u ser. cpe.plubing
and Medical CONCRETE Walks
Center. finishing.
Priced for.immed..sale. $24300 AIR HUGULEY .
CONDITIONED. 4 BR.2 located on Santa Fe PlumbIng -
:$14,500 $18,200, all with VA and :3449 N.W. 13tt Ave. 3722893McCOY'S bath home. Attractive corner Lake. Phone FR 2-5 or FR 2- 7 Ave. Phone FR 6-3 or FR drives.board etc.patios, expertly slabs and done.shuffle FR '-15.Remodelng

lot. Screened patio fenced back $169. 6-26 Est.
FHA mates. Call
: approved plans.HOMES. yard. Paid up swim club memberho. 2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. 1919 372-3.

$900 down.' $102 mo. In- 45 Furnished Apts. N.W. 36th Ave. $52 month. Cal .
cluding taxes-insurance. 2817 FR 2-4224. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS

I N. F.: 11th Dr. 3725037.BY NEED A NEW Florida room, car.
1 BR furnished. $50 2
OWNER 2 BR. 1 Bath house FOR RENT 1 br furnished BR pr mo.m 722 FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER port ptJ'sreI
I Macoma Homes with built In kitchen in Highland apartment. cool. $ NE frnis. $ pr after CO. etc? n a I Pc
month. Water 376-16 for the .
Court Manor nice land- furni Cal S PJM.EFFICIENCY end Service s mt call
Called lot. !ow payments and ROle Hayward, 2-6 or AH Sal Fire 372-M49 .fer l fr
Inc. ExtinguishersPick .
FR apt., private entrance t .'lat__ .
equity. FHA loan. Call 376-1S46. U13
end delivery serviceC.
& bath. Lights & hot water !
For Sale very attractive 3- OWNER' transferred.' :3 BR house 2 ROM one bath, garage apart furi Summer student. R Thomas Ph. 37U
bedroom 1-bath home. 4417E. VA financed. 2 yrs. oId.' $400 ver quiet FR Repair Gainesville. Fla. YpholstrUPHOLTEI
with three and four bedrooms, several University Ave.; walking cash. Take up- payment of $82 suitable one per nighbor c Ph 6-5 Appliance C -
distance to Lake Forest ple. Call FR NICELY furnished convenient Air ConditioningAl
with spacious family rooms Reserve Schools. Price S12JOO. $500 per mo. Ph. 3723263.IVfc 6-17 dh area. $75. Also garage Mortgage BrokerFHA your tvrrwtvre at
mile north of Plant 2 BR trailer B x 45*. $90. reab. prices. Call
month. Soerry
down and $79.50 per sii ap. cii Alt FR 6915.SewingAlteratjor. .I.
yours flOW.NotMng Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy practically new 2 BR borne p.. 313 ei no Inie SHOP
with full tile bath 11/3 acre Music end conventional at
Jr. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR on 1 Bedroom StPRIVATE le
shaded lot. Phone duplex lights and In air conditioning and Ap- current rates. Term
$7.000 Terms.
: 4-5015. Office corner N. Main water furnished. Couples only. paie close FIr repairs. We sell guaranteed Will gladly discuss at 2!
Down V.A. ( 374-4295 M years.
after 5
) p.m.
closing and 23rd Blvd.FINER N chilr or' pets. Call FR In. 3 r H M ", refrigerators, etc. Call tomorrow. n
AIR CONDITIONED heat, cold wlsr olltl ALTERATIONS *
gas 6-5 fi O sr FR Realtor o worn in i
completely furnished 2 bedroom par N 1 SW. 2 6.AIR KIIK.ATIICK. FR 2-4494 ci I s 0
houe on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles REDWOOD apart 4401 SW CONDITION repair, any 3 A' P & t lo

HIGHLAND t East of Gainesville. Price $8400. 13th St Apt. now Pace.CN 4 room Close I mae o ml. Special pie, FRED B. ARNO 3n-1, cll
HOMESby Terms available. Phone. FR 43472. available for Information call aparment. I win uit wi R
FR sn 6 N.E th St. j I AND
6.COMFORTABL month. Fre estilte Ca FH CNVeNTION Sewing Machine Repair
CAPITAL BUILDERS P 2131. S utility r glrae & se .
offered thru --- end private trail- CLEAN and neat near rooms. 1219 W. UNIV. AVE.
COURT Respi students or workIng cp P 3 6. PH 33 CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER.
MANOR DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES.INC. WATCH FOR j al No pets, or children. a sin' o Call MORTGAGE MONEY VICE CO. 815 W.

IMPORTANT I 29 time.mrri tent any Appraisal Service 5V4 per cent Interest."Term to I Ave. 3.,0 We Uii
25 Makes. fully
ONE Ralph FOSSEY Realtor years. Wo oar.t
BEDROOM including ,
Model home located on NE 31st Ave. .NOTHING DOWN VA Cooperative ANNOUNCEMENT: apartments to I curtains a fi lI All 11 W. University Florida Ave. P 376-13 FRED .ARNOL BUY BUILD REFINANCECall I Tires Alignment'Brake

: Only $100 Closing be built In Gainesville. For utilities furnished ele "li 1 Dan Byrd ,

"Drive north on Main, turn right at NE MINIMUM. DOWN FHA Information can FR 4-2921 I FR tricity. Nice. 424 location.4th$60 St. NEW FURNiSHEDoou, i REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL I H 1 SL P'FR 2-2 Service
23rd Blvd. continue NE 12th W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 33 GLADYS Smith Realtor, FHA
St. and
to N.W. 6th St. P. O. Box 13956 FURNISHED A.for rent $55 p bi t G l 1' and loans. VACATION SPECIALT
bus Ct L
,,>urn left. Follow'directional signs. & 37th Place Gainesville. Fla. mo.FR Water FR lights 2-3794.furn. C" o pets. l W. N, Auto Equipment rte t 2 12 ON haw fa nationally known -MA.
I 211 o tire . veVo
Park S40 Un. Av 35 t.
NEW ONE & TWO University
.. 2. BR. fis apar NO Apply 814 Ave. FORDYCE end Associates, Inc.Conventional % o n tires. See o new
FLOOR PLANS t pets. FR I HYDRAULIC JACKS rbuil & wrap '
Apts. 1.3J sE I S P AIR-CONDITIONED 1 Repair end F.H. I S ann. more mileage rtea ONe

twin beds, Danish bedr. exdJ *. authorized Cal 376-12 GrI Fordyce, mer Tire Co. 623 trai utI

JIM 3BR.2BATHSSALESMAN l&2BR.IbIk.from cp I niture. Located corner 20th Walker : Jack Relo Aslt. Ma'
air cond. optional $74 p St. end 4th Aye. N.W. $90 month. Sri Ag. BRAKE In f West Av WINDOW
ON PREMISES I mo. Call McKlnney Green. II Can FR M714. 1314 S CLUN'tGWINDWS ,

-- v t't j s E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN 372-3417. Main FRAuto 2-1491
OR CALL FR 2-2511 FOR NICE 2 46 Unfurnished cleaned floors
screened Apt*. WA
ekl b houses
WALTER STODDARD. JR. front electri- Glass .w.J We
J o Want Ads yrs.
.. I EMMETT HOLLOWAY. Home Lots. Income Business cal FR 20779.EFFICIENCY .m U NW 31st NEW 1 BR apt.. Su Phone FR sFr .
de kld
Sales office located at NE 23rd CHRISTINE STONE and Lake Property .ve month bust-
eip S p AUTO GLASS only
Farms and Aereafe. private days I o Yard Work
apar. '
DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC. E. CURLY, KUEHN. Jr batn. and etra clean. 37.7 la P 36 n Il. Itllltiol\ Get Results
';Itd. and 11th Terr. Phone 372-347) I 825 N.W. 13th St. 38 N. MAIN ST. Adults. 708 Un. Ave. es. pUP fl. .
TWO bedroom duplex value t car.MAULDINS CHARLES WORSI-IAM '-
JACK DE YOT-REALTOR ra 1-2032 Broker' fB 4-8S44 1942 1 x 50* Trailer for rent, with I chen equipped.' $85 per k, AUTO GLASS CO. Ing In I.w mowing, I'

TV. c 3744714. .$eeatdl48JIWdtbSf. 32).N.W.. '":*" FR 4-2551.. : . pnmlna. FR, 4-1260 M ei .



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*iiiur.uuy, May V, uro4 Gainesville dun 27

"6 Mise .For Sat. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 Automobiles for Sale 85 Automobiles for Sale .
.. 1 I I 1 I 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE I

TR-3 Sports car I960. $995 Sher.' RENT a truck BUICK '63 225 Convertible, Air PONTIAC Catalina 1962 (3 VW Sedan. 11,000 ml LITTLE OLD MAID SCHOOLTEACHERS
one-way new 1961 FORD '
anywhere ranch
,wood elec guitar & amplifier 'I In Conditioned. Take up payments. All $2250. Call tires wagon 4 dr..1 SAVE S300-S400. 63 Chevy SS
the power. A-Cond. ,
USA. radio &
from .
United Rent- n Un- Auto. trans. ,
;. orig. owner Impala new tires
Underwood typewriter a. everything
$30 White red Interior I DROVE
FR 6- 376-5420. COrIftrtlbll.l
AIls. 625 der.C. New THESE
stand $20; Hammeriund HQ 170 NW Ith Ave. FR e-2835. SS14. $2225. now $1595. FR 1955 DeSoto. a.t.. pspb.. 4 dr.. but air. 930 NE 10th Ave. .
C. like new, $190; .Collins TCSt. VOLVO '41, good 2711f after 5. 1 owner. cream puff. See at Smith's Sin IDR's ,
376-2754. Buick Century Conv. 1957 full tires excellent gas milage ra clair 1605 NW 13th St. or phone
S2.1 Phone Not really but would think after
I Orders! No walk. so ;
83 Motorcycles & Scooters power. Including windows, seats, dio-heater, white side walls 374084. driving you you
FOR Sale: WestinghouM Refrigerl steering and top. Auto. Trans.. $875 or $150 dwn. $35 mo. Calf BRING out the best In your car 1957 2 dr. Ford Station Wagon, see them! These cars are all late model trade-
n ,
ator.Frost-Free, good condlton. Padded dash radio $50. Phone 372-2e8t. 1&>58 AJUtatt Crulsaires$125. JIM.Both WW tires. Tinted glass, good workFast dependable service; FOR SALE 194S Plymouth good St. ins end ore in mint condition. So if you are
condition. S495. Call VW 1500. The all new look In free pickup delivery WRIGHT'S condition radio & heater. $125.
REEL type power lawn mower painted. Call FR 2-3223. 374-2917. for the car that is right forI -
hunting just
attic fan CADILLAC SEDAN 1951 DeVille. Volkswagen Why buy the old BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St. Call 37 -1587.
$20 extra fan w-louvre large $75 W or exhaust ny-- 1962 Cushman Eagle. Good shape Loaded with everything. $550. 1806 Beetle when you can have VW FR 6-n01.' 87 Automobiles Wonter you, come into B & G and test drive a like
new, now 7 l Phone quality, plus room and HP.
lon rope. large tool chest $4. :W63650.W N W 38th Terrace. Phone 3720481.CORVAIR Call 1939 fOrd 4-door, Fairlane 500. V8 I .
FR 2aftu 3
large trunk .... Call 372-7506. Monza '63, p.m. 1944 RENAULT. 2.000 miles, $1195. automatic transmission. Radio new beauty. '
equipped weekdays. I
63 VW Deluxe Bus. All accessorles. .
with radio, heater, white side' 1961 Corvalr coupe, auto trans. $995 heater, good condition. $695. I!
5,000 miles
Air conditioner 6200 BTU. '63 OLDS FR 62969.. 4031 N.W. 36th St. Impeccable. By
84 AUTOMOBILE wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. JETFIRE. R&H. factory IMO VouxhalU $350 ALL WITH FACTORY AIR
Call FR
REPAIRSAIR owner. 6-1591 between
$35. 3721293.FOR Assume payments small air 4 speed transmission Turbo 1MJ Ford Galaxie _. 1495 6:00 and 7:00-
SALE Antique roll top ty. Will consider older car eQUi-1 I charged engine, eta New. 1963 Corvalr AAonza 4 In floor RAULERSON MOTORS
equltv Call owner at 3J2-a.<<1, cond. Mr. Green FR 2-3415. R&H, steal at $1495. of Used -
Home A-1
desk. Approx. price $75. Can be Tune UP Wanted. 1950 thru 1954. .Fords :
seen at 1311 $.' Main or call Special, J2JO for performance ext. 33. t-S weekdays.DESOTO. JEEP STATION WAGON moto 163 Comet custom,. 4-D. H & H, J I CARS and TRUCKS and Chevrolets. 916 S.E. 4th
6-8866. tes. All makes and models. 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good lust overhauled, good shape. $25 $1495. WE BUY SELL AND TRADE St. AI Herndon Service Station. .
BASSINETTE, like new, ItS, 1 Hawes Powers Motor Co, Air condition. ;n.F 2-4548. |I I cash.: Call anytime 485-2881. ?hone 372 3407 or FR 2-0245. 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 3725285. 63 SEDAN DE VILLE.
,---- -------
$5. C. Conditioning Servicing Center. HILLMAN FOR SALE 1956 BUICK Roadmaster ____
yr. size crib R. Ander convertible 1958 Minx .f .no .
son. 1773 N.E. 21st Way. or S04 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- in good condition. $450 Can FR all power, good condition. J I ,White! low mileage, fully S4995-

call 4-9787. 2561. 2-4702. Phone 376-8132 after 5:00 P.M. BARKLEY MOTORS equipped . . . .
FURNITURE FOR SALE SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au LINCOLN, 1953. full power, auto. ___
An entire house full of fumlsh- Miller tomotive& repairs and tuneup. trans. Excellent condition. $250 DODGEDARTDODGE 62 SEDAN DE VILLE.
732 N.W 1st St. or best offer. Call 372-4441, ext.
be sold.
lAgS.must Refrigerator
Early American dining room Phone 372-0080. 21 or see at 239-8 Flavet III. TRUCKSPOOLEGABLE White, beautiful condition i- $3195

set (like new). Tables, chairs, . . . . .
beds, and many other Items.

All 3764461 In excellent any time.condition. can 62 SEDAN. White & rose,
119 SE First Avt.
CLEANING out Garage metal TO DAY'S SPECIAL $3495
wardrobe, vanity dresser, tarpaulin F 372-4343 i very sharp . . .
baby buggy canvas, & ,
more very cheap. 11 SW 24th --
St. I I 59 BUICK I electra 4-door sedan power steer- I GAINESVILLE i I 61 CONVERTIBLE. White,
THE'BEST ,costs less. Every pot d S2il'
you own Is automatic with Full- radio & heater AUTO SALES I black leather interior. .
gas. Burner with a brain. Your ing beautiful finish inside and
Philgas Distributor 65392. 1007 N. Main St. -- --

DEEP. well pump, complete with out. Suggested list price . . $1240 Phone FR 2.6313 Discounted to $500 61 SEDAN DE VILLE.
41 gal. tank pressure gauge, Northcentrol Florida up S2995
i elec. shut-off valve *. connecting LargestIndependent White, One Owner. . .
pipe. can 372-0895. Extra Special $995CRANE1S >

SACRIFICE DealerVOLKSWAGEN 5-64 Fords 62 Ford
46 x 70 box springs and mat- 60 SEDAN DE VILLE.
tress. New. Must make room for Galaxie "500", 4 door sedan, 2 door hardtop Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission CLASSIC BLACK low mile S2S9S
stork's visit. Phone FR 2-0384. USED CARS & 4 door hardtop, power steering power brakes. radio, heater, a cream puff, 1-owner. -
DUNCAN PHYFE sofa, in excellent Automatic transmission radio, heater. 4-5000 age, exceptional. . .
condition $50 2 chairs miles. Priced to save you money. $1895
$30. Phone 372-4817. 974 NW 9th 516 S. Main St.
Avenue. FR 6-2425 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair 60 SEDAN. Beautiful blue $2495

WELL kept carpets show the re- e
sults of regular Blue Lustre spot 4 door hardtop, 4 door sedan & one convertible. Monza Spyder, 4-speed transmission,' bucket
cleaning. Rent electric sham MILLER- All but two have air conditioning, priced from seats, turbo-charged engine. A real hot box.
1.McDaniell Furniture Co. Reduced to only: 60 SEDAN. White (does
pooer Gainesville Shopping Center. I BROWN @ 2395 to 2495 1895 S1995

CLEAN your rugs & upholstery 64 Ri\MBlERS .U"'UD not have air cond. . .
030 E. Univ. DIAU.
with amazing Lustre Foam. .
Use our>> applicator free. Call FR 23582I 6-63 Chevrolets 55 Ford
Home Beautiful Furniture. 1703N. 59 SEDAN DE VILLE.
Main St.' ARE ROLLING 2 door hardtops, 4 door hardtops, 4 door sedans Convertible, good top, finished In bright red. or SEDAN. One 'of the
30" $65. I some with air conditioning, all with A real flee older car In good condition. Save S1995
GE GE electric refrigerator stove ir. $100.oven Other I FOR THE CORRECT power steering, radio, heater, automatic transmission yourself a lot of money on this one at only finest cars ever built. .
household Items like new. Phone I priced from
Intertacnen 684-5716. i I
', 2495 to 2695 57 FLEETWOOD. Selection
AMERICAN BUILT CAR FR 2-1411 I t 59 ChevroletBelAir S896
70BoatsMariM f4uf,.
TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMS Courtesy Of of two. Top
3-63 Fiat 4-dr. hardtop. Compare this price any*
University Chevrolet where In northcentral Florida and you'll cometo
UFABULAS Commander Mark "1100" 4 door sedans, priced from Barkley Motors. 1"CARS
75 Mercury engine, etc. starter N. Main St. at 16th AYe.
running light, heavy duty trailer. 1295 895 )
$950.' J215,NE 15th 'Terr. FR'' 2- Ridgway Motors
5538 after 4 pjn. ,
Ford 57 FordStation
15 Daysalier.' Sloop rigged. Dae-
ware.ron sails Epoxy', stainless finish and steel trailer.hard 1132 Falcon 62 Wagon, V-8 engine, standard transmission 1 Year GW
S. Main
St. FR Warranty
Excellent condition. $900. 12' 2-8433 "98" 4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Including a good dependable carl Excellent economy
Nipper with cotton Mainsail. Fairlane air conditioning.: A like new one owner cream and comfort for the family on that summer
Needs 'worn' $150 Phone FR puff. Priced at only vacation trip.
21145. 2695 $695 OLDSMOBILES
NEWSOME fishing boat
CNE 14' Ford
with .1957 Johnson elee. starting --
motor, and heavy duty trailer RAMBLER Tn'cks{ 62 HARDTO'P'98'SEDAN..
with 2 new tires $500. Call FR Test the Sunbeam
4.4S68, 0 Factory air. Loaded with i $2595

The Unexoected FordMustang from 16 !Unique Sports Car "Imp"Barkley extras : . . .. .
71.0ffiu Equipment
TRADEINS I Racing style engine 62 HARDTOP SEDAN 88.
O 40 Miles per gallon of '
Factory air & ..Solidleatherette
GAINESVILLE'S largest volume Office mile service interval power.? S2495

-supply- dealer- Invites Chesnurs I 5,000 Motors seats. : . .
Office Equipment Co. you
to come In'and shop, or-call for -- 61 HARDTOP
'free' delivery. Chesnut's Office Are Clean and Better On DisplaySHAW S149S SEDAN
Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. I "In the Auto Game SUPER 88. Immaculate in- $1895

Ave In Downtown Gainesville Used Cars 6KEETER C Barkl y's the Name" terior. t . .
-Musical M rchondis
73.. _. _.0' P.O.E. OPEN SUNDAY ,i-6 60 HARDTOP SEDAN. 987

64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon, Automatic, : : S f5
ORGAN SALEOf Factory air.. 95
230 . .
Christmas Left overs. All' Radio, Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Executive's i W. University 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373
,new, organs. Savings up to 30 Car. FR 2-0503

per cent. Earl's Piano 3722222 Co. .&, ,-- 60 SEDAN. S .... I' A .. ..
702 W. Univ. Ave. -- UPER 58.

WURLITZER 63 Ford Fairlane 500, 4-dr., automatic transmission 14U'
No. 1 piano and Power &,
America's steering
organs are at Earl's Piano Co. radio and heater . . $1995 .
Gainesville's evcluslve Wormier HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.
702 W. University
Ave. Phone 372.2222.Automotive. 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats, auto- OTHERS
fcMB BiM** "" """
matic transmission, air conditioned, solex SMITTY SAYS
: 59 BUICK
. glass, nice . . . . . $2195 SEDAN Factoryair

& power S1095
77 Mobil Homes for Sale 62 Rambler, 4-door, automatic transmission, :
radio, heater, clean . . . $1495 59 BUICK HARDTOP '

61 Falcon Station Wagon, Automatic $
WYATTTrailer COUPE. Air condo . ,1195
transmission. Radio heater, a nice clean Don't be steamed-up all summer over a car that just doesn't run properly. Now is a '

Sales automobile . . . . $1095 63 CHEVROLET. i
good time to trade for a dependable,' late-model car. Selection is at an all time high Impala

Home of 61 Falcon 2 door, heater 1 owner945 sedan, 13,600 miles. In S-2-19 5-

Pacemaker Shasta and Mobile Airstream Homes 61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio, heater and prices are down. factory warranty, . .

Ocala's, Travel First Trailers Mobile Homo clean . . . . . . $995 TRY US THIS WEEK! 59 CHEVROLET. Impala.

1923 Dealer Sliver-. Springs Since 1948 Blvd. 61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-door, air condition.auto: Hardtop sedan' V-8. Powersteering .r-995

Phone Ocala 029-1328 Fla. matic trans., radio; a real buy . $1195 .-",.. ...,. .; .
-- If You don't Like these low prices .
60 Buick, Electra 4 door automatic transmission 51 FORD. Galaxie hardtop

FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES radio, heater, power steering, sedan. S12 95

4820 NW 13th St. 441 South power brakes, in excellent condition . Factory _air. & power.
Gainesville 3725113 '
Hours I to ', Sunday 11 to 7 . . . . . . . $1595 MAKE US AN OFFER! 59 CHRYSLER. New --
Service I* a must with us. Yorker

1? _PACEMAKER, 10 x 4S'. In 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon, automatic coupe. Air cond.
I excellent be financed condition.locally. 3895.Please. Can call transmission, power steering and Loaded.- ._, .? _. : : .

FR 11437 between 3 and 8 p.m. brakes . . . . . $1295 .
26 x C one B R. completely furn- 64 CHEVROLET ,S.S. radio, heater,_ automatic trans., power steering $3295 58 IMPERIAL
ished air conditioned trailer ton hardtop
with partly furn. 20 x 11W Ca- ONE WEEK SPECIALS 64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door hardtop automatic transmission radio ditioned. Southompsags. o
bana. Excellent cond.'FR 2-9884 . .

between 11 ft 7:30 a.m. or 6 c. 59 Rambler, clean ........ $795 heater power steering air .... .... . ................ . ., . t...::. $3295 .58 LINCOLN. Capri

BJIUWE BUY 61 Rambler .... .. . $1050 64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan automatic trans., radio, heater $2995 top coupe. Excellent hardS74S i

MOBILE HOMESTop tion . . . : :
USED dollar paid, phone 3760571. 60 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon . . $895 63 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4-door hardtop, automatic trans., R&H, air ..., $2895 ,

I Only 3 left BANK SAVE at CLOSE-OUT FINANCINGNEW to S1400 PRICES 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmis- 63 DODGE, 4-door sedan, automatic trans., R&H, power steering .... $2745 62 hardtop PONTIAC.sedan. Factory Bonneville air. 51' 495 '"

Town, d 10'Country wide mobile Trailer homes Sales sion, radio, heater A $aver . $895 63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, automatic trans., air . .... '. . $2095 Power windows. Outstanding. '
. .
3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. . . .
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop, PS, PB, automatic trans. .... $2495

1920 NW 13 St 374-8341 63 VW Combi, likenew, 8,000 miles .... . ............ .... .... $1595

40MODELS 2 2'/2, 1964)months) These before cars YOUR are completely first payment reconditioned.is due Some(July 63 BUICK Special, 4-door wagon .... . ........ .... .... ............ $1795 60 Full OLDS 88. Factory air. I
have brand tires. Everyone { power, electric rear
have paint jobs. Some new
ON DIS'CAY TO CHOOSE of new them is ready to go. 63 VALIANT, V-200.4-door, AT, PS, radio, heater ........ ............ $1695 window split rear seat. S
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT. 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Mon. 53 Chcv. 2-dr. $12 Mon. 62 IMPALA, Super Sport, power steering, PB, AT. 17,000 actual miles $2195 White with green deluxe in-

TRAILER MARTHwy. Mon. terior. . . . ,
17. Phone 324-1050 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon.. 58 Rambler $32 62 VALIANT, 4-door, heater.16,000 actual miles .... .... ........ $1295 59 OLDS 88.
OPEN WEEKDAYS 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 58 Chev. 4-dr. $15 Mon. Factory air r

UNTIL 9 p.m. 57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. p 62 Imperial Crown full power . ......., . ............ ........ . .... $3395 Power, electric/ rear window. 1195 ..
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 White & gold. . . .

EAST PALATKA. FLORIDANOW 55 Chev. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 62 CHEVY. 1/ tars truck .... .... .... .... . .... . ........ .............. $1395 ;

1944 MOBILE SHOWING HOMES Lots of Other Models for Less Money I 61 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door, sedan 88. Real clean. PS, PB, R&H, AT,. $1395 60 CHEVY. 6 cylinder 5119 r =

t and 3 bedrooms all Floor standard shift. .
Plans. Terms tailored to meet . ;1
your budoet. Drive I tittle and RIDGWAY Motor Co. 61 I IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door, full wer $2795 -. .
save a lot at 63 FALCON.

CONNOLLYMobile Home Sales. Inc : .. 60 FORD, Fairlane 500. 4-door sedan, AT, R&H, air $995 standard shift. Light Compact tan., S17 r

2 Miles Closed Phone North Sundays 422-8164 en U. S. 441- 1132 South Main FR 2-8433 I. 60 CHRYSLER, New Yorker. 4-dr. ho'rp. No trade in Needed .... . $1395-- economy. 7J J

13" TRAVEL TRAILER gas stove 60 CORVAIR, 700. 4-door, automatic trans., radio heater $.695 61 DODGE. Power steering.
Ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12- In excellent condition. Plen-
110 Volt light system. Sleeps 4. S1395 :
Real bargan. SS50. Bank finance 60 METROPOUTIAN. 2-door, hardtop. Real sharp $545 ty of .
Ing available. Phone Brooker
48S-2XV1. 59 PLYMOUTH Fury. 2-door, hardtop PS, PB, R&H, AT. One owner $795 roomCOMPACTS .
TWO bedroom nous trailer 1900. # :
It's True!
i Yes!
-on Can bedroom be- rented.house Phone trailer 37A4234$750. 59 IMPERIAL Crown. 4-door hardtop AT. Full equipment. Power $1095 .

Monday to Friday .-to !. t
SPECIAL THIS WEEK NO FLIMFLAMNO 58 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, automatic transmission. Radio, heater $295 door 61 RAMBLER sedan Radio Amerian.heater 2-, S :

20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre :
tot. sio.000. 1 mile S of Paynes 57 PLYMOUTH, 4-door sedan. PS. PB, AT. R&H. V-8. One' owner S595 standard shift. White. Very 9 :
Prairie. For ppotntment ca 11 good condition. 38,000 mi. fl

FR 6-30S2. GIMMICKS 57 BUICK. 4-door sedan. AT, P&H. One owner .... . ................ .... 8595SF :
1* pay more.. RECKLESS toteyless. pJ.Y AnIiTH. d.rlner !edt V.JZ .,..I:,*. hp.f'er .... .... . .... 0'""r dard shift, radio & stanS695
GET THE REAL New 1964 CMC, Pickups :

,. 'W7.29 FACTS.,. per-month Payments with as WOO low down.as 56-0tDS) OBILE. 4-door hardtop AT, R&H-Rldes: qood ..... ........ $175HawesPowers Folding rear seat. :

,,-RL'ioo Mobile t.AKeGEM SC Keystone'Homes EV Sales Hts' Fla.j $175 DOWN i I I SPECIAL! 55 CHEVY $150 I I

*" 1 all metal trailer with cabana. Motor Co.
: See Ellis Gu f\ri after 6 P.M* $ 1l F
Archer Rd. Village* Barber Shop Per Month B&G

;1 ;INTERNATIONAL -truck. %4 ton. SEE: J. L Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Slight, Mac McCullough, Sandy Comns
sales life
Including: License tag, state tax
MM model. 4, new tire, new I
battery good condition cost insurance and finance charges.
SOU.._Call. -46S-1U3 after 3.00 \ Plymouth-Yaliant-Chtysler-lmperfol-Simca! Sales and Service '
week-days. MOTOR CO.
FOR SALE If S3 Ford Picku PontiacCMC
truck wttn Service Body an Tropical "We will not be undersold or out-traded"
tide compartment $35' t 6
laytOl'l steam Jenny Mod

Robert R & W Rowland.Service &Owner.Hdwa' "Co. 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 312 N. Main St., FR 6-3400 NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. J FR 6.7515

v Trenton. Fin USED CARS: 2001 NW 13th St. FR,67515If :
MO. Vk ton Ford plck-vp.: Ilka new .
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Credit Antarctica, the world's highest,
I I Demo Candidate Visits HereAnnette Group 1 i continent, averages" more than a I II

To Hear Hendry 1 I mile above sea level. Its high! MOTHER WILL LOVE A '
i est point is the 16,860 foot Vin-:
Baker, one .of "the'but to renew old acquaintances election'are Nancy Evans of.Miami Lou Hendry of the Alachua son Vaassif, in the Ellsworth i I
four candidates,for Florida ," said. the. blonde politician ; Ann Cramer of Hollywoodand County" Sheriff's Dept. will Mountains 600 miles from the i j
Democratic National Committeewoman Kay McCall of Ocala. talk on legal procedures in han- South pole. I ZENITH COLOR TVCOUCH'S
was a visitor, 'in She. said she had just returned One Democratic National dling delinquent accounts at a
Gainesville yesterday.. from Washington where Committeewoman and one Committeeman meeting of the Gainesville '
The prominent Clearwater bus, she and other Democratic will be elected. Credit.Managers Association tonight : ElectricalMotors
inesswoman was a luncheon cratic Women's Club of FWJ- at 6:30 at the Park Lane/ 608 N. ,
guest of the Alachua County Party leaders discussed the Hawaii Cafeteria. I
Democratic Women's Club. coming national elections with Tops i Two ether talks on delinquent i Motors Installed MAIN ST.
Mrs. Baker, the wife of at- President Lyndon B. Johnson. HONOLULU (AP) Hawaii's accounts will be heard by mem.i FOR ALL ELECTRICAL NEEDS
torney Robert W. Baker (No relation The versatile Mrs. Baker, whois pineapple companies packed a bers of the association. Residential. CommercailIndustrial
to THE Bobby Baker, she a member of several w o m- total of 30,395,233 cases of.pine- CALL N. C. Florida's
said), is serving her second en's clubs in Florida, is also apple fruit and juice last year. C. P. DressierElectrical Largest Display
year as president of the Democratic -manager of a tool companyand Hawaii produces more pineapple The highest peak in the West
Women's Club of Flori- owner of.a. gift shop. than the rest of the Indies is the 10,417 foot Pico I Contractor OF ZENITH COLOR T.V.
da."I Other candidates who will oppose -world's growing areas combined. Duarte, locted in Santo Domingo. -I Phone FR -6193 :
wasn't here to campaign, Mrs. Baker, in the May 26 I' -910, -N.W. 4th St.-_. i





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