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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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' ONE WEES; DAILY AND SUNDAY 88th Year; No. 263 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1964Pistol
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CONCORD, Calif. (AP) A
cocked and loaded pistol found

in the trial of wreckage left bya Causing Lynda and Lyndon
Pacific Air Lines plane has

brought the FBI into the inves- Hatreds'
tigation of Thursday's crash.

All 44 persons aboard the Quite TeamATLANTA
turbo-prop airliner were killed.A ATLANTA (AP) President a
quarter-mile of metal frag- ; Johnson, touring the Deep South,

ments, a garbled tape record- 'r y.a' ari. called today for justice among Ga. (AP) The .."-_.""-........----..... -- .
ing the and bits of the vic- the races and the rejection of ,: "" ,
gun father-daughter team of Lynda ,,, "
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tims' bodies were all the evidence t.t Xy li extremists "who seek to stir and Lyndon Johnson has been >.'
r -'f old hostilities and kindle old ( :
that Civil Aeronautics seeking recruits for a war x>
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Board investigators had to hatreds. against poverty in six states t
work with. { rrd Johnson's call for racial justice with touches of humor and 1t r

The plane, a morning flight 4tl drew applause from a tales of ancestors. f- r
from Reno, Nev., went down aft- i breakfast audience that included They have joshed each other ;

er stopping in Stockton, Calif., ,71 'f r i ti members of the Georgia and, in the process, exhorted ap fI t91
just 40 miles east, San Francisco Yc Legislature.In plauding thousands tolend :.
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its destination. i his prepared text, Johnson "heart and hand" in eliminating I

Seconds before the airliner had suggested that much of the poverty from the land.

I plunged nose first to earth, a South would find racial peace Side by side, the 55-year-old> ;f

garbled message came over its 1 "before the end of racial strifein President, wearing a Texas hat, .
radio but was lost in a screech the cities of the North." and his tall, 20-year-old daughter -

j of static and electronic squeals. i&iHow Johnson dropped this sentence barnstormed farms and
The Federal Aviation Agency when he delivered his towns Thursday by plane, heli-

had a tape recording of it that speech, but the White House copter and car.
investigators hoped would pro- said he stood behind the pre- When President Johnson
vide some clue. pared statement.In climbed on the back of a con-
The FBI took charge of a do you ram a 107-foot steel pipe casing some 90 feet through solid dirt undera a speech prepared for a vertible at Knoxville, Tenn., his
railroad track and between two sewer mains? In the above photo, the Burnup and
I cocked and loaded 38-caliber re- public square meeting at his smiling daughter kicked off her LYNDA BIRD
volver. At first it was believedto Sims construction company, armed with a winch, cables and an auger in the middle of next stop-Gainesville, Ga. shoes and joined him to talk to Just Like Dad
belong to a San Francisco police the casing, is doing it at SE Fifth Ter. and Depot St. The city specified the pipe be 9.8 the President said he wanted a a crush of students for the

inspector, George Lacau, feet under the railroad tracks. The final depth was 9.78 feet only two hundreths ofa government of compassion.He University of Tennessee.And tell you that I agree with my

who with his wife, Betty, was a foot off. spoke from the same spot Johnson time and again! father which is something that
passenger on the plane.A that President Franklin D.Roos- with hoarse throat toward the not all young people always do."

check in police records, evelt occupied 26 years ago in end-reminded audiences that Lynda suggested a practical
however, showed that none of Sen. Calls a visit to Gainesville after it he came from humble begin- beginning for an antipoverty
the three revolvers registeredby Kelly was rebuilt from the ruin of a nings and knew poverty first- program. "If everybody would
Lacau had the serial tornado. hand.
num- just try to teach one person,"
bers of the weapon found in the "We need the spirit of Frank- Sitting on the broken concrete she said, "it would make con-

wreckage."Our lin Roosevelt Johnson said. steps of a tenant farmer's' homeat siderable inroads" in the problems
captains are authorizedto "Today-with Franklin Roos- Rocky Mount, N.C., he said, of illiteracy.
For Vote Recount
carry a gun," said a Pacific evelt's son by my side-I have "I was born the son of a tenant
Air Lines spokesman. "But none come-to Gainesville to say that farmer in a family of seven" Johnson laughingly said his

has ever done so to our knowl- his work and ours is not fin- and "my daddy worked on daughter was a school dropout

edge." MIAMI (AP-State Sen. Scott board must have grounds to be- L ished," he said. He referred to halves"-sharing profits with because she cut college classesto
Franklin D. Roosevelt the landlord. come on the two-day<< trip. But
Sheriff Walter Young asked Jr.
Kelly has asked a recount of lieve there was fraud or error,
the FBI, disaster squad to use votes cast in the Democratic or a great chance of it, in the NOT COUNTED Roosevelt, he said, was the Johnson said that when his Lynda contended it was "a
their special fingerprint techni- '-gubernatorial p nary. tabulation.In fS' champion of the poor and of the father died, "he left a hard- cram course" in such things as
ques to make positive identification > # statewide OUT KELLYMIAMI aged, the forgotten farmer and earned and frugally-saved $25." sociology and economics and especially -
Thurs- of the closest
He made the request one :
The in
President declared "physical fitness
that
worker. ,
of the dead. Coroner Dr. neglected Johnson
day night after the Associated elections in decades, the com- all he to
wanted for trying
pledged to forward his every familywas keep up with my
(See PLANE on Page 2)) Press and its member newspa- plete but unofficial vote showed: (AP) State Sen. war on carry and his "what my mother wanted father."
pers rechecked all counties and High 207,387, Kelly 205,274. Scott Kelly showed up at the poverty push for me what
mother
for for all citizens. every
equal rights
Robert total had dwindled Florida Once when the
found that Miami Mayor High's Bar convention today, wants for her child-the chancefor President whis-
Fairclotli ''King High apparently won a steadily since his big Dade saying he was invited as a run- "Full participation in our soci- an honest pered to her, Lynda admonishedaloud
living, an honor-
spot in the runoff by 2,113 votes. County total poured in Tuesday off candidate for governor and ety can no longer be denied to able job, and a decent future." "Stop coaching me, dad-
"I am convinced that a recount night. At one time, High's lead was attending as a candidate men because of"their race, religion By the end of the long you'll get me in trouble."
or region, he said. day,
Still Holds is in view of the was barely 1,000 votes. But a contesting the election.
justified Lynda jokingly complained that All in all
Johnson made a dramatic appeal Lynda proved herself
tremendous number of votes readjustment in the figures inKelly's Kelly told reporters at the
for the civil rights in her smooth talking parent had quite capable of following in
cause
home of Polk
bar convention
county "If I lose
cast and the chance of human Iwon't
Slim Lead an address at a breakfast meet- "used all my lines about whatI the footsteps of her campaign
boosted High by several hun- be sitting stool
error being so great, Kelly on a as "
wanted to do.
youth
veteran
ing in Atlanta with members of parents and she got
dred.
I said. "There have been Sonny Liston did. If I am count-
many
the Georgia Legislature. His ref- So, she said, "I just want to plenty of compliments.
MIAMI (AP) If Miami discrepancies in the published Jacksonville Mayor Haydon ed out I'll be on my own two
Burns led the ticket by more feet. erences to what he called the
Attorney Earl Faircloth's slim reports about the number of)
margin in the State Attorney votes received by the various than 100,000 votes with a total of Mayors Haydon Burns and Robert "many troubles" of the South

General's race holds up through candidates. 311,880. Fred 0. Dickinson of King High also attended. were unusually certain significant.to be regarded as Truman Is Still

official canvassing and a possi- Under state law, the canvass (See GOV. on Page 2))
Winding up a six-state tour of
ble recount, he will becomethe
poverty-pocked Appalachia, the
first South Floridian to holda President suggested that in Free With
Advice
since Florida attained ..
cabinet post Voting Records Ordered searching for racial justice,
statehood 119
years ago. Georgia and the South "have a

Unofficial returns gave Fair- sure and faithful guide the WASHINGTON (AP) -
HarryS. ing with old buddies of the
cloth an 802-vote margin over in- Locked Up for Official CountTALLAHASSEE Constitution of the United Truman, feeling just fine famous World War II Truman
cumbent James Kynes in one of States." thank you on his 80th birthday investigating committee.But .
the closest races in Florida's He declared: "Because the solved
today, problems right it is unlikely that any will
political history. (AP) Secretary to assign deputies to watch the well as very bad politics to en- Constutition requires it-and be- and left but confessed that a surpass an event of Thursday
The totals showed Faircloth of State Tom Adams has absentee vote counting in a num- dorse anyone. cause justice demands it-we worry was gnawing at him. when Truman got the Grand

with 469,902 to Kynes' 469,100. ordered all county election of- ber of counties but Adams said "Mayor Burns and I are good must protect the constitutional The worry: What will Bess, Golden Cross of Austria in the
The figures included absentee ficials to keep the first primary the request was made too late. friends but I also am good rights of all of our people. the former first lady whom he plush home of the Austrian
ballots tallied in Monroe County voting records in safekeeping Most of the counties already had friends with other candidates in "For no one of us is fully free left back home in Independence, bassador. am-

,early today. pending the official count in the counted their absentee votes, he the race." until all of, us are fully free. Mo., think of his performance in Truman on this occasion
races.It And the rights of no single
told the Associated
?
Kynes said.Late Washington proved himself adept at shifting
Press he would have to study appeared that Mayor Rob- Thursday night, Scott Plan RecountIn American are truly secure until "She is always afraid," he from bourbon to champagne and
the returns before deciding ert King High of Miami nosed Kelly's campaign camp said it the rights" of all Americans are said, "that I will insult Somebody back again without stripping a
whether to call for a recount. out Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandfor had asked Adams to make a recount Escambia secure. I am not supposed to in- gear.
a spot on the second primary of the votes. But Adams'office Johnson said that "racial
The 43-year-old Faircloth'sstrength sult"So The ambassador, Dr. Wilfried
governorship ballot, and that problems have deep roots in
that such
reported no re-
seemed to rest in the PENSACOLA Platzer, presented him the
Earl Faircloth of Miami edged quest had been made. (AP) Supervisor Southern soiL" However, he em- far Truman, special guest mag-
heavily populated urban areas of registration Joe Johnson and the nificent decoration as both
James JCynes of Tallahassee for Oldmixonsaid phasized his view that such of President men .
while Kynes drew most of his attorney general. But the differ- Kynes said he had to studythe he was going ahead ,today problems are not peculiar to nation, has avoided insulting stood under an oil painting of
votes from the rural voters. measured in vote returns before deciding with an authorized recount of anybody.But Archduchess Christine, favorite
ence was mere single section
saying:
Kynes, 35, made his bid for hundreds of votes in each race. whether ask for a recount. Escambia County votes for gov- any"They also trouble the passionsof he has given an elder daughter of Empress Maria

election to the post after only In notifying the supervisors of Meanwhile, Adams disputed a ernor in Florida's primary election men on the shores of Mary- statesman's advice on several Theresa of the Hapsburgs.The .

three months on the job. He was registration in the 67 counties to statement from the campaign that developed a tight protest "",'- land, in the slums of Philadelphia problems including: ambassador praised Tru-
'appointed by Gov. Farris Bryant keep the voting machines locked camp of Mayor Haydon Burnsof for runnerup. and in the streets of New 1. How long should a presidentwork man for helping rebuild Austria
Richard Ervin, Jacksonville front in Oldmixon consulted the after World War II and keep it
to succeed and the paper ballots under lock runner secre- York." each day. Fourteen hours,
who was elevated to fill a vacan- and key, Adams said he was act- the governor's race, that he had tary ,of state's office on a Actually, he took a hopeful Truman said flatly. free.
on the State Supreme Court. of endorsed Burns. request for a recount for a minor (See TRUMAN on Page 2))
cy ing because of "the closeness *, of the tribulations of the 2. How can a president avoid
Kynes, who until his appointment the'several state races, the dis- The Jacksonville mayor said office and also asked if he. E.e with these words: "We being assassinated as he rides

had been executive aide to crepancies being reported by the that all members of the state could proceed with a recount on well find racial peace in through crowds. "Put back the

Bryant, was termed Bryant's news media in the total vote and Cabinet had given him their en the governor race petitioned by much of the South before the two Secret Service guards who
I "crown prince" by his opponent because of the possibility for requests dorsements. J. B. Hopkins, a Pensacola law end of racial strife in the citiesof used to ride on the rear bumpers Food for Thought

in the campaign. for recounts of the bal Adams said, "I have not en- yer.Hopkins the North." ," Truman said. Found In Freezer Ad

Faircloth, a lawyer, resigned lots." dorsed anyone and do not intendto. a supporter of candi- Johnson also appealed for rejection Truman arrived from Independence -
as a freshman state representative High asked Adams Thursday It would be in poor taste as date Scott Kelly, petitioned as of extremism. Conjuring Thursday in an Air

from Dade County, to make an elector. memories of the Civil War, he Force plane, and quickly went I hour after the paper came

the race, contended that Kynes Escambia County gave Kelly said: to Johnson's defense on the han- out. Mrs. Advertiser sold her

lacked the knowledge of law High Headquarters 15,173 votes and High 5,303 inyesterday's "Heed not those who come dling of hound dogs. The Presi- freezer. Sun ads do get results
gained in legal practice to bethe tabulations of com- the tattered and discred- ,
waving dent had got into some hot wa- and $$$ for .
plete returns. you.REFRIGERATOR
state's top legal officer. ited banners of the pastwhoseek ter recently by lifting "Him"

Open. for Business to stir old hostilities and and "Her" by the ears.,
Congressman kindle old hatreds-who preach top4reezer chest.
When a: newsman inquired Floor width. Vegetable deny-
A Robert King High for governor headquarters was opened at battle between neighbors and whether that was the, way to dater Store door. $40. Call fR621tL
18 SW 2nd Avenue at today. Speaks Friday bitterness between states. That
\ iTOFINDIT noon handle hounds, Truman asked:
It'll be stuffed with campaign literature, bumper strips and is the way ba"toward the an- "Have ever had any
campaign workers who will man three telephones through the May Congressman William Cramer guish from which we came." hounds?" you Economical Sun WantAdswork
26 primary election. of St. Petersburg will speak The President, covering con-
L "No," the newsman said. hard at such low costs.
Opening of the headquarters was the first move made in Alachua here tonight. siderable ground in 2,400 words,
ft Comics . 13 County by High supporters since the Miami mayor's surprise victoryin The Republican congress even made indirect reference to "Then what the hell are you Place your family want-ad on
"
Classified 15-19 the state's first primary election Tuesday.He man's speech will be at 8 p.m. his own unannounced but obvi- hollering about? Truman said. the 6 to 12 day low rate plan!

Entertainment 14 narrowly defeated Sen. Scott Kelly for second spot and a at Buchholz Junior'High School ous plans to seek election to a "That's the way to handle Call I us today 372-8441.
Obituaries 2
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berth in the May 26 second primary facing Haydon Burns of Jack- auditorium. ,_ four-year term in November. hounds. .
Opinion Page . 4 sonville. The talk is public and is spon- Declaring that "we are todayone Many events are on Truman's

Sports . 9-11 High supporters are busily organizing a campaign \here, The, sored by a group of Republicans nation, one people, one schedule today, including an off Proof of Results
Women's . 6k
High organization in Alachua County was almost non-existent'be- in the Eighth Congressional America," Johnson said: "I the cuff talk at the National
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A 16-year-old dream come;I would not be looking forward to the crowds along the way came of a prominent industrialist have J

(AP) Gov. money that other candidates got ZONES ---- N true at the University of Florida ;-November, were this not true.j to nearly half a million. been named chairman and cochairman .1 I
Farris Bryant says he intendsto -but neither did the race show aa6rt
And I Whatever the number and of-
tomorrow as ere monies: am looking of the Florida Gold. ;
stay on the sidelines in the that money was not needed."If B C Fair through Satur' e touch-off constuction of the new. November." I. ficial estimates often get inflated '

second primary duel for gover- a candidate's 'expenses go day. Low tonight near 60, high ti e er" ; asua $5 million dollar student activities In his swift passage Thursday the number was impressive.For water for President Committee. 1
nor of Florida."I too high he the risk of a
runs
Saturday aro.und 85. Light e building.The through Maryland, West Virginia his address to the men Republican presidential hopeful a
will not be involved in this said the
public reaction
gov- who make the laws of Georgia,
campaign," said the governor at ernor. "But you do have to have variable winds. ...... .-. six story Florida Unio North, Carolina Ohio, Tennessee, Johnson also and Johnson obviously sought to Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari-

the weekly news conference enough to get your message to A Partly cloudy tonight and Satur will rise adjacent to the site ot f: made clear his zest for his job make his remarks the more ac- zona announced the. appointments \
Thursday. It was the same stand the people." day. Not much temperature c h a n ge. +: the old Flavet I Village at the: and his hope of retaining it.d ceptable by linking them to the in a statement Thursday. \
he took in the first primary. Commenting on the growing Low urday.60 to 66 tonight high 71 to 84 Sat- Z intersection of Radio Roa I This was most clear in a state's motto-wisdom, justice, Goldwater said the naming of 4 .

But his administration was belief that a candidate has to H ': and McCarty Drive. speech at Knoxville, Tenn., moderation.He I \
i O Fair through Saturday. Low tonight Medaris of Winter Park and .
one of the main issues in the six- run twice before he can win the .. when he for cited justice in talking
80
> appeal
I low 60s high Saturday near on .6 coupled an I
I way race, with Fred 0. Dickinson -governorship. Bryant said that beaches and 83 inland. Light variable The ceremonies will begin al t I support of his antipoverty program about civil rights. He cited wis-: Mrs. Maytag of Miami had no
mostly east and southeast 5 to 12 mil It
! of West Palm Beach tabbed in a state as large as Florida it winds.E 3:30 p.m.Breaking with jabs at two Republicans dom in urging the rejection of bearing on state Republicanraces. ,

I, by the other five candidates as takes time to make the personal F G H I- Fair through Satur- n e ground will be University [ who may try to get his; extremism. And he cited mod- i

Bryant's political heir. contacts, and that a candidatehas 60s day.inland.Low tonight High Saturday around 80 70,on locally beaches in President J.. Way job in the fall-former Vice eration in touching on the problems -
"I don't feel I was a'n issue" more time in two races than to 85 inland. Easterly 5 to 15 mile GAINESVILLE WEATHER Reitz; Florida Union Directo. President Richard M. Nixon and of poverty, urban expan- However, he re-endorsed his

I said Bryant. "While people at- winds. Municipal Airport readings William E. Rion, for the University Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari sion and conservation.On support of the slate of GOP I

tacked me, I didn't defend my- one.But neither Kelly nor High has K -70 Fair to 75 through, high Saturday Saturday.12 Low to 85.tonight for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: ; U. S. Con g r essin a zona. the latter point, Johnson Florida national convention del-
self." run for the post before and the Easterly 10 to 15 miss winds. High 85 at 2 p.m., low 58 at Charles E. Bennett of Jackson. Johnson said Republicans already said: "To meet such problems,
Bryant said he felt that he had second race factor can be out- 6 a.m. No rainfall.TEMPERATURES ville and Dean Emeritus R. C,. are calling his antipover- in such a varied and ample land I egates headed by RepublicanRep.

kept more completely out of the weighed by others, Bryant ob ALMANACSunset ELSEWHEREJacksonville Beaty, for the past; University; r ty proposals a "cruel hoax"- as ours, bold action requires William C. Cramer of St.

! race than any other governor served.He today """"".... 7:11 p.m. I 81 42 students Fred Lane and S a ndr a a words used last week by Nixon. broad agreement-and consen- Petersburg. J
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I, had done previously. When Bry- said he was surprised that Sunrise Moonrise tomorrow tomorrow...... 5.41 4.If a.m.a.m. Tampa Atlanta 71 87 48 54 Scales for the present and tw And he said that if such men sus requires moderation."

ant ran, then-Gov. LeRoy Col- the candidates who are mem- New Moon .................. May 11 New Orleans 84 4* youngsters, Thomas P. ClinardJr. had their way, "The 'for sale' Recalling Georgian Henry, Gainesville Sun
45
lins actively campaigned for his bers of the Legislature did not The planet. Mars now over 200 million New Boston York 82 83 65 ., 12, Lake Placid and Davi i sign would be on TVA this very Grady's 1886 prophecy of a
opponent, Doyle Carlton Jr. do better in the running. Of the miles away, will soon be seen WashingtonChicago 83 87 60 45 .17 D. Cellon, 10, Gainesville, fo,. hour." It was Goldwater who< "New South," Johnson saidGrady's Published evenings except
N t Saturday and Sunday
star. mornIngs -
dim morning t x
a
as
The race, said Bryant, indi- three top men, only Kelly has Spring Mars will be less than 65 million Kansas City 75 72 the future. once suggested that the Tennessee words not long ago by the Gainesville Pub-
cated that a candidate didn't had legislative expereince. All miles, away and will b* shining I DenverWorth 78 73 6:34 .07.19 Valley Authority be put up "seemed less a hopeful prophecy lishing Company at 101 SE
have to have huge amounts of three men in the bottom stand- brightly in the evening sky. Seattle 0 48 for sale. than a hollow promise." : 2nd Place, Gainesville, Florida,
so onB: at Alnatt tt fA 4 More About Alluding to the aftermath of and entered as second class
The included in
money to make a good race- ings were present or former MARINE FORECAST sharpest jabs I matter at the Post Office at
had CEDAR KEY TIDESEAST Johnson's prepared text, were the Civil War, the President
High only a fraction of the legislators. GULF: Variable mostly southeast Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
through southwest winds 5 to 15 Saturday High at 11:54 a.m. Low omitted in delivery. But the continued: "Old ways had
! p'm. Low at 4.28 a'm. and 7.09 p'm. I RATES BY
knots through Saturday. Scattered Sunday High a t 1)-14 ajn. and 12;22 Gov.From traveling White House said he crumbled-carrying with them
!i showers mainly east portion. at 5.50 a.m. and 4.2 p.m. stood by them.In that which was fine as well as I CARRIER OR MAIL

I these passages, he labeled that which was flawed-re- 1 Week .45

I: Most State Officials 1 "cruel hoax" critics and those placed by a blighted land and a 3 Moi. $5.15
Page
who would sell TVA as "men of bitter people." I All man subset Iptlons must
! ; @bituarttFOLLY! timid faith and narrow vision." Today, he said, "we see a be paid in advance.

i Staying Out of Runoff < Sen.West John Palm Mathews Beach got of Jackson 184,592, And he added: "I do not believe New and South-a" South of union i Member of Audit Bureau of
freedom.
: ; you want to entrust the< I Circulation.
ville and
Fred Karl
140,276 Rep.
American dream to men who 'You bear the mark of a
I TALLAHASSEE (AP) -,' ator Holland has not and does EASTHAM EDWARD BAGWELL of Volusia County 85,865. would turn it into a nightmare." Southern heritage," he said,I I All production material in whole contained' or In herein part Is Is

I Mayor Hay don Burn's announcement not intend to support any can- Word has been I STARKE Edward F. Bag High was on the telephonEmost In Atlanta and half a dozen "but that which is Southern is I'' the Publishing property Company of the(c) Gainesville 1t6-C. Re-
f that he had Flori- didate in the governor race. His PALATKA of Thursday as his lea I other cities in Appalachia and far less important than that I strictly forbidden without the written
''I da's Cabinet behind him In his participation will be limited to received here of the death of well, 47, Pinellas Park, dice d shrunk. After he got the complete :. the South, cheering thousands;: which is American." I otrmisslon of the publisher.

I second primary race for gover Mrs. Polly Fields Eastham 68, in a hospital here yesterday totals, he attended a n turned out to greet the Presi
, nor boiled down to two members voting. mother of Mrs. Harold B. Clarkof morning after a short illness. AFL CIO award dinner an 1 dent. Total official estimates oj f
Gainesville. i
I today. The s tat e m e nt followed a went table-hopping, saying:
r Services will be tomorrow at Born in Cookeville, Tenn., hi: New UF Book
Thomas claim the of
School
Both state Supt. by campaign camp
"I it. I it. I'm in th.
, 3 in Masters Memorial had lived in Pinellas Park fo won won e
H don p.m.
Bailey and Comptroller Ray Jacksonville Mayor a y
;a 1 Green told the Associated Press Burns, top vote getter in the Chapel with burial in Palatka about eight years. He becamiill runoff. May Aid SmallBIIsinessDlan THANKSSIDNEY
He shook hands with Gov. Fa:
Memorial Gardens. She died< while working in Ocala d -
Burns Democratic primary, that Burns ani
to
they planned support
I personally against Mayor Robert has the support of F 10 r i da's yesterday in Palatka. was brought here for treat. ris Bryant, who noted High'r >< ><
excitement and said "T his
King High of Miami. senators, legislative leaders and Survivors include her husband ment. Members of his family; ,,
I is rough. Small businessmen
campaigning pretty who wan t
Cabinet officers, including t he Jerome, and son and live in Starke.
Agriculture C o m m 1 ssioner secretary of state. daughter.Mrs. Burns was also in Miami fo:r to find their yearly profit rat o

II Doyle Conner and Secretary of Clark returned to Palatka He was a construction engi. what he said was fund raising g:. may find help in a recently released

State Tom Adams said they Secretary of State Tom from Indonesia, where neer and a member of the.Bap-. When asked if he expected tl o t book by University oj f MARTINI
I planned to remain out of the Adams said last night "I have her husband is serving a leaveof < tist Church. take the runoff by 100,000 Florida chemical engineer Dr. i

t second primary campaign. not endorsed anyone and do not absence from the Universityof votes, he said: Herbert E. Schweyer. I
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson was intend to. It would be in poor Florida. Survivors include his mother,I "I expect to have a substantial The book, "Analytic Modelsfor

I out of town and not immediately taste as well as very bad politics !- Mrs. Dora Bagwell Haisten,I margin." Managerial and Engineer County Commissioner

j available for comment. to endorse anyone." EMMETT LOVITT Starke; his widow, Evelyn; 8 The last statewide race a s Ing Economics," tells how elementary -
daughter Mrs. : close this and the eve:1 mathematical relation --
i I Bailey explained his reason WHITE SPRINGS Emmett David She as one ;

''I'I for supporting Burns: More About Lovitt, about 54, the-brother of ton, Pinellas Park; two sons,: tighter attorney general's rac e may be applied to business and
"He satisfied me that he Claude Lovitt who lives at 835 James T. and David E., both o;f was in 1939. engineering problems which in
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r would work to develop a climate Ave. Gainesville died Pinellas Park; three brothers, Fred Cone of Columbia Coun- volve economic criteria.
NE 3rd ,
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that would enable me to TrumanFrom.Page of R. C. Denver, Donald and Ken: ty finally won the governor's "Real world problems can b e
work for the expansion of edu-; ent here heart this morning attack.He an appar- neth, both of Starke; and thre<, seat after getting into the run- translated from words 1 n to t ,

cation. My chief concern is in! had suffered from heart! grandchildren. .,; off by 371 votes. However, few- mathematical models and manipulated Thank You '
the field of education and the I er than 100,000 votes were casin 't by simple mathematics -
work of the Cabinet I .1. trouble for some time. Funeral services will be I for the two candidates contest" ," Dr. Schweyer says.

I Green said he ,,'ould'pporfl Jones Funeral Home at Starkeat : ing the second spot. I

Burns because "I 'cannot support Last stop for Truman 'Thurs- More AboutPlane 11 a.m. tomorrow with Rev Sabbath Service s

anyone who supports the day night was a dinner of the H. Walton Grady, pastor oj:f; Bryant ExplainsLag Slated
civil rights bill." High has said Washington Masons where he Starke First Presbyteriai Tonight

he favored that bill. got the award for distinguished Church, officiating. To: The thousands who by their vote elect
Sabbath services
in Clerk'sSuspension at the Con
service from the grand lodge of ed J. Pierce Smith as Tax Assessor for
MIAMI AP Aides said Burial will be In Kingslej r gregation B'Nai Israel will be
( ) the district.He Alachua County.
Sen. Spessard L. Holland, D- Lake Cemetery. held on Friday night at 8 p.m.
t Fla., today denied he is backing sent the Masons by confid, i More About at the synagogue, SW SecondPlace May I thank you sincerely for your vote

any candidate for governor. ing that although a lot of hard t Ho Hum! TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov and SW Second Terr. of confidence in me as your Tax Assessor.

I Don Petit, Holland's Dade things had been said about him,I William Bogart refused to allow Say' Farris Bryant said that he sus: The Junior Congregation will Your vote shows me that you prize dig-

I j f County campaign manager said "I don't give a damn as longas relatives to view the remains. pended W. E. Bunch as Browan d I meet at at the synagogue Saturday nity and stability.
he was authorized to say "Sen- they can't prove them." "There's just nothing left to G vite Firemen County Circuit Court clerk si:c morning at 1000.:

I show them," explained Dr. Bog-- hours after receiving the officia I And, as your Tax Assessor I shall strive
art. "No would be Gainesville's first fire in five. 1I stable and valua
equitable
one recognizable state audit report showing < Good CLEAN Cpb, j to give you a
days occurred yesterday.It .
$55,090 deficit in Bunch's offici e GAINESVILLE tion.
MEET TONIGHT
"We saw the plane coming in was a lawn mower at the accounts. I As you know you. the voters SET the tax
low, flying in kind of a glide,, residence of Alvin C. Kortz, 110 I Bunch later was indicted by i I DIAMOND I rate the assessor SETS the evaluation.
? with its left engine not turningat SE 14th St. Fire officials re-, grand jury which said there wa:!5
!!| . with other all," said David Silva,.21, who ported the exhaust pipe burneda a time lag between the audit re CAB thank

persons who are was washing his car when the hole in a rubber gas line. port and the governor's action Again, may I you,
airliner came in over his house. Asked about the actions in a J Acru Fr m GreyhciinJ ,
i HAYDON The ensuing blaze cost an es- as Station
,
"The right engine was making news conference Thursday, Bry S.W. 4 H Ave.ue
aj timated $10 damage. It was the ant said he hadn't known abou t
a terrible roar, revving Smith
BURNS fire[ department's only call since Call 372.3376 J. Pierce
r hard," Silva continued. "Then the alleged money shortage un '
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WORKERS the plane vanished over the top Saturday.And tin the audit report was made,, DAY r NIGHT

of a little hill, and at that in- the Saturday fire wasn'treally but that it was released while e I
at stant we heard this tremendous one. he was attending the World'

explosion, like a sonic boom." Fair opening in New York.
7:30 It was only the smoke from a The governor said that he ar
: p.m. Aboard were about a dozen, barbecue grill spotted by a rived home at 4 p. m. and thai t

persons who had taken advan- neighbor from the other side of at 10 p. m. that night issued the
The Gainesville tage of an offer by Reno Casinos the house. order suspending Bunch from' of I

Burns for Governor to gamble all night in exchange ice. #
Headquarters I for a refund of their: To The People = => I

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At San Francisco airport, Dale Of The 8th _
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support Haydon Bums for Governor. both legs under a train. His

I (Pd. Adv. mother Clara Stopp, and his _w 4a Judicial Circuit:

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Bryant Won't CeremonyTomorrow Johnson Barry BackersMIAMI

A \. (AP) Retired Army

'=' II B Maj. Gen. John B. Medaris and
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CampaignTALLAHASSEE From Page 1
Jr. wife
Mrs. Lewis B. Maytag ,
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-- _, cto. A 16-year-old dream c o m es I would not be looking forward to' the crowds along the way came of a prominent industrialist have

(AP) Gov. money that other candidates got ZONES \.w-w-1-- true at the University of flori- November, were this not true. to nearly half a million. been named chairman and cochairman
J Farris Bryant says he intends -but neither did the race show ea..a
And I forward to Whatever the number and of-
da tomorrow as ere monies am looking Florida Gold-
I to stay on the sidelines in the that money was not needed."If B C Fair through Satur" \ November." ficial estimates often get inflated of the
touch-off constuction of the new
l second primary duel for governor a candidate's enses go day. Low tonight near 60, high a 4. ti. .\.YaAte7..1.C11 $5 million dollar student activities In his swift passage Thursday the number was impressive.For water for President Committee.
of Florida."I too he the risk of .
high, runs a a \
1 his address to the
men
around 85. Light building.The through Maryland, West Virginia -
Saturday hope-
will not be involved in this public reaction," said the gov- E \ aG Ohio Tennessee and who make the laws of Georgia, Republican presidential
campaign," said the governor at ernor. "But you do have to have variable winds. \ __.:... six story Florida Union North; Carolina, Johnson also Johnson obviously sought to ful Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari

the weekly news conference enough to get your message to A Partly cloudy tonight and Satur ..... &Ja'E'! will rise adjacent to the site of made clear his zest for his job make his remarks the more ac- zona announced the. appoint
Thursday. It was the same stand the people." day. Not much temperature c h a n ge. I the old Flavet I Village at the and his hope of retaining it. ceptable by linking them to the ments in a statement Thursday.
he took in the first primary. Commenting on the growing urday.Low 60 to 66 tonight high 71 to 84 Sat Ze. I intersection of Radio Road This was most clear in a state's motto-wisdom, justice, Goldwater said the naming of
L But his administration was belief that a candidate has to H -' and McCarty Drive. moderation.
at Knoxville Tenn.
speech ,
Low and
Fair to- Park
D through Saturday.
Medaris of Winter
f one of the main issues in the six- twice before he win the
run can in
80 :"... when he for He cited justice talking
night low 60s high Saturday near on coupled an appeal
way race, with Fred 0. Dickinson -governorship, Bryant said that beaches and 85 inland. Light variable l V CoVIIMI The ceremonies will begin at support of his antipoverty about civil rights. He cited wis- Mrs. Maytag of Miami had no
program
and southeast 5 to 12 miltwinds.
mostly east
of West Palm Beach tabbed in-a state as large as Florida it 3:30 p.m.Breaking. with jabs at two Republicans dom in urging the rejection of bearing on state Republican

by the other five candidates as takes time to make the personal E F G H I- Fair through Satur m; O t1g' ground will be Uni- who may try to get his extremism. And he cited mod- races.
Bryant's political heir. contacts and that a candidatehas day. Low tonight around 70, locally in60s the
inland. High Saturday 80 on beaches versity President J. Wayne job In the fall-former Vice eration in touching on prob-
"I don't feel I was a'n issue," more time in two races than! to 85 :inland. Easterly 5 to 15 mile GAINESVILLE WEATHER Reitz; Florida Union Director President Richard M. Nixon and lems of poverty, urban expan- However, he re-endorsed his

said Bryant. "While people at- winds. Municipal Airport readings William E. Rion, for the Uni- Sen. Barry Goldwater of Ari- sion and conservation.On support of the slate of GOP
tacked me, I didn't defend my- one.But neither Kelly nor High has, night K -70 Fair to 75 through, high Saturday Saturday.12 Low to 85.to for 24 hours to 8 ajn. today: versity; U. S. Congressman zona. the latter point, Johnson Florida national convention del-
self." run for the post before, and the Easterly 10 to 15 mil winds. High 85 at 2 p.m., low 58 at Charles E. Bennett of Jackson Johnson said Republicans already said: "To meet such problems,
Bryant said he felt that he had second race factor can be out- 6 a.m. No rainfall.TEMPERATURES ville] and Dean Emeritus R. C. are calling his antipoverty in such a varied and ample landas egates headed by RepublicanRep.

kept more completely out of the weighed by others, Bryant ob- ALMANACSunset Beaty, for the past; Universi t y proposals a "cruel hoax" ours, bold action requires William C. Cramer of St.
race than any other governor served.He today .............. 7.11 p.m. I ELSEWHEREJacksonville 01 62 students Fred Lane and S a ndra words used last week by Nixon. broad agreement-and consen- Petersburg.
........
had done previously. When Bry- said he was surprised that Sunrise Moonrise tomorrow tomorrow...... '.::1'.1 a.m.a.m. Tampa Atlanta 71 87 68 56 Scales for the present and two And he said that if such men sus requires moderation."

ant ran, then-Gov. LeRoy Collins the candidates who are mem- New Moon .................. May 11 New Orleans :; 65 66 youngsters, Thomas P. Clinard, had their way, "The 'for sale' Recalling Georgian Henry I Gainesville Sun
actively campaigned for his bers of the Legislature did not The planet Mars now over 200 million BostonNew York 12 65 Jr., 12, Lake Placid and DavidD. sign would be on TVA this very I Grady's 1886 prophecy of a I

I opponent, Doyle Carlton Jr. do better in the running. Of the a miles dim away will star.soon be Next seen WashingtonChicago 13.7 60 65 .87 Cellon, 10, Gainesville, for hour." It was Goldwater who "New South," Johnson saidGrady's I Saturday Published and evenings Sunday except mom-

The race, said Bryant, Indicated three top men, only Kelly has as Spring Mars will morning be less than <5 million !- Kansas City 75 72 the future. once suggested that the Tennessee words not long ago ings by the Gainesville Publishing
that a candidate didn't had legislative expereince. All miles away and will t* shining Ft.Denver Worth :: N 34 :017 J: Valley Authority be put up "seemed less a hopeful prophecy -! Company at J 101 SE
have to have huge amounts of three men in the bottom standings -, brightly In th. evening sky. Seattle, 5i 4 for sale. than a hollow promise." 2nd Place Gainesville/ Florida,
I money to make a good race- were present or former MARINE FORECAST so onB: at Alnatt Vi V4 U More About. The sharpest jabs, included in I Alluding to the aftermath of I matter and entered at the as Post second Office class at
had fraction of the CEDAR KEY TIDES Johnson's prepared text, were the Civil War, the President I
High only a legislators. I EAST GULF: Variable mostly south- i Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
cast through southwest winds 3 to 15 Saturday High at 11:54 a.m. Low V omitted in delivery. But the continued: "Old ways had!
Low at 6.28 am. and 7,09:' p.m. i
knots through Saturday. Scat tered pm.Sunday High at 12.34 a.m. and 12.22 GOV.From traveling White House said he crumbled-carrying with them'! RATES BY
I showers mainly east portion. at 5:50 a.m. and 6.2 p.m. stood by them.In that which was fine as well as I CARRIER OR MAIL

j Ij I these passages, he labeled I that which was flawed-replaced I 1 Week .45

; Most State Officials 1 "cruel hoax" critics and those by a blighted land and a 3 Moi. $5.85
Page
who would sell TVA as "men of bitter people." I i All man subscriptions mutt
I : @bttuarteFOLLY timid faith and narrow vision." Today, he said, "we see a I be paid In advance.
West Palm Beach got 184,592, And he added: "I do not believe New South-a South of union
I' Staying Out of Runoff Sen. John Mathews of Jackson- Member of Audit Bureau of
you want to entrust the and freedom. Circulation.All .
ville and Fred Karlof
140,276 Rep.
American dream to men who "You bear the mark of a
-j, TALLAHASSEE (AP) ator Holland has not and does EASTHAM EDWARD BAGWELL Volusia County 85,865. would turn it into a nightmare." Southern heritage," he said, production material in whole contained or .In herein fart It Is
'j Mayor Hay don Burn's an- not intend to can "but that which the property of the Gainesville
support any PALATKA Word has been I STARKE Edward F. Bag- High was on the telephonemost In Atlanta and half a dozen is Southern is I Publishing Company. (c) 144. Re-
nouncement that he had Florida's didate in the governor race. His of Thursday as his lead other cities in Appalachia and far less important than that I strictly forbidden without the written
I Cabinet behind him in his received here of the death of well, 47, Pinellas Park, died the South which is American." I oermisslon of the publisher.
shrunk. After he the cheering thousands
participation will be limited to I got com-
second primary race for gover- Mrs. Polly Fields Eastham, 68, in a hospital here yesterday] plete totals, he attended an turned out to greet the Presi-
nor boiled down to two mem- voting. mother of Mrs. Harold B. Clarkof dent. Total official
I morning after a short illness. AFL CIO award dinner and estimates of
*
bers today. The s tat e m e nt followed a Gainesville. went table-hopping, saying:
Services will be tomorrow at Born in Cookeville, Tenn., he New UF Book
School Thomas claim the campaign of
Both state Supt. by camp
"I it. I it. I'm in the
3 in Masters Memorial had lived in Pinellas Park for won won
Jacksonville don p.m.
Bailey and Comptroller Ray Mayor Hay "
r Green told the Associated Press Burns, top vote getter in the Chapel with burial in Palatka about eight years. He becameill runoff. May Aid SmallBIIsinessman THANKSI
He shook hands with Gov. Farris
they planned to support Burns Democratic primary, that Burns Memorial Gardens. She died while working in Ocala and
personally against Mayor Rob- has the support of F lor 1 da's yesterday in Palatka. was brought here for treat- Bryant, who noted High'sexcitement
and said "This
senators legislative leaders and Survivors include her husband ment. Members of his family ,
ert King High of Miami. 'I
is rough. Small businessmen
campaigning pretty who wantto
Cabinet officers, including t he Jerome, and son and live in Starke. 1
Agriculture C o m missioner secretary of state. daughter.Mrs. Burns was also in Miami for find their yearly profit rate 1I
Doyle Conner and Secretary of Clark returned to Palat-I He was a construction engi-I what he said was fund raising. may find help in a recently released -I

State Tom Adams said they Secretary of State Tom ka from Indonesia, where: neer and a member of the Bap:When asked if he expected to book by University of MARTINCounty

planned to remain out of the Adams said last night "I have her husband is serving a leave! tist Church. take the runoff by 100,000votes Florida chemical engineer Dr. i

1 second primary campaign. not endorsed anyone and do not of absence from the Universityof I he said: Herbert E. Schweyer.The iI I
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson was intend to. It would be in poor Florida. Survivors include his mother,I "I expect to have a substan- book, "Analytic Models

out of town and not immediately taste as well as very bad politics Mrs. Dora Bagwell Haisten,I tial margin." for Managerial and Engineer- Commissioner
available for comment. to endorse anyone." EMMETT LOVITT Starke; his widow, Evelyn; al The last statewide race as lug Economics," tells how ele-

Bailey explained his reason SPRINGS Emmett daughter, Mrs. David Shel- close as this one and the even mentary mathematical relations -- --
WHITE
ton Pinellas Park tighter attorney general's race may be applied to business and
for supporting Burns: More About Lovitt, about 54, the brother of ; two sons,
"He sat i s led me that he Claude Lovitt who lives at 835 James T. and David E., both of,- was in 1939. engineering problems which in-
would work to develop a clImate r 3rd Ave., Gainesville died Pinellas Park; three brothers, Fred Cone of Columbia Coun- volve economic criteria.

that would enable me to TrumanFrom.Page NE here this morning, of an appar-, R. C. Denver, Donald and Ken- ty finally won the governor'sseat "Real world problems can be ThankYouVI1To !
after getting into the run translated from words into
work for the expansion of edu ent heart attack.He neth, both of Starke; and _three
cation. My chief concern is in had suffered ,from heart grandchildren. .; I off by 371 votes. However, few- mathematical models and ma
the field of education and the I II I er than 100,000 votes were cast nipulated by simple mathematics -
work of the Cabinet .1. trouble for some time. Funeral services will be In for the two candidates contest. ," Dr. Schweyer says.

Green said he vonld'-supporf Jones Funeral Home at Starkeat ing the second spot.

Burns because "I 'cannot sup- Last stop for ,Truman Thurs More About 11 a.m. tomorrow with Rev.H. Sabbath Service

port anyone who supports the day night was a dinner of the Walton Grady, pastor of Bryant Explains Slated
civil rights bill." High has said Washington Masons where he Starke First Presbyterian TonigIltSabbath

he favored that bill. got the award for distinguished PlaneMore Church, officiating. : The thousands who by their vote elect
Clerk's services at
in the Con-
service from the grand lodge of Lag ed J. Pierce Smith as Tax Assessor for
Burial will be in gregation B'Nai Israel will be
MIAMI (AP) -Aides said the district.He Kingsley Alachua County.
Sen. Spessard L. Holland, D- Lake Cemetery. SuspensionTALLAHASSEE held on Friday night at 8 p.m.
Fla., today denied he is backingany sent the Masons by confidIng l About at the synagogue, SW Second May I thank you sincerely for your vote

candidate for governor. that although a lot of hard Ho Hum! Say'' (AP) Gov. Place and SW Second Terr. of confidence in me as your Tax Assessor.

Don Petit, Holland's Dade things had been said about him William Bogart refused to allow Farris Bryant said that he sus The Junior Congregation will Your vote shows me that you prize dig-'

I County campaign manager, said "I don't give a damn as longas relatives to view the remains. pended W. E. Bunch as Broward meet at at the synagogue Satur nity and stability.
he was authorized to say "Sen they can't prove them." "There's just nothing left to GVille Firemen County Circuit Court clerk six day morning at 10:00.
-------- show them Dr. Tax Assessor I shall striveto
explained Bog- hours after receiving the official And, as your ,
art. "No one would be recog Gainesville's first fire in five state audit report showing a Good CLEAR CobY give you a stable and equitable valua-

nizable.:' days occurred yesterday.It $55,090 deficit in Bunch's office GAINESVILLE tion.
MEET TONIGHT
"We saw the plane coming in, was a lawn mower at the accounts. DIAMOND As you know, you the voters SET the tax
low, flying in kind of a glide, residence of Alvin C. Kortz, 110 Bunch later was indicted by a rate; the assessor SETS the evaluation.
; with its left engine not turningat SE 14th St Fire officials re grand jury which said there wasa

I . with other all," said David Silva,.21, who, ported the exhaust pipe burneda time lag between the audit re- CAB
1 persons who are was washing his car when the hole in a rubber gas line. port and the governor's action. Again, may I thank you,
airliner came in over his house. Asked about the actions in a Acrts* Tnm Greyh unV :
: HAYDONBURNS The ensuing blaze cost an estimated us Station
"The right engine was mak- news conference Thursday, Bry 5.W.4 >i AYCIIII*
\ ing a terrible roar, revving $10 damage. It was the ant said he hadn't known about Smith
; fire department's only call since Call 372-3376 J. Pierce
the
V hard, Silva continued. "Then alleged money shortage un- '
4 : WORKERS the plane vanished over the top Saturday. til the audit report was made, DAY or NIGHT

of a little hill, and at that instant And the Saturday fire wasn't but that it was released whilehe ----
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'I explosion, like a sonic boom." Fair opening in New York. I
1:30pm. I It was only the smoke from a The governor said that he ar-
ao : Aboard were about a dozen barbecue grill spotted by a rived home at 4 p. m. and that! '

persons who had taken advantage neighbor from the other side of at 10 p. m. that night issued the
The Gainesville of an offer by Reno Casinos the house. order suspending Bunch from of- -T7NF'l; I
Burns for Governor to gamble all night in exchange -' fice.

Headquarters fares.for a refund of their To The PeopleOf

ii 301 S. MAIN plane

At San Francisco airport, Dale The 8th '
Meetings every Mon., Wed., Cr FrI. ni ;hts. Join with us and Stopp wept. Years ago he lost THANK I

support Haydon Bums for Governor. both legs under a train. His #p V i; #=r-

(Pd. Ad.) mother, Clara Stopp, and his Judicial Circuit: :
wife, .Judy, had helped him
-- -___ _n __ ___ ___ __, back to almost
an normal life. YOU w l
The two women were aboard the

To The Citizens Of plane. -- a. I Y.I .

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for and supported me fin I

the first primary election _

AlachuaCounty YOUR please accept my -I I am humbly and profoundly gratefulfor

deepest thanks. Your
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a
second primary campaign -

CARRIEREvery will also be genuinely in re-electing me May 5th. '

Sun carrier opprec'ately.

salesman is "in busi

ness for himself." He To those of you who voted for one of the other can- I will continue to do everything in my
his
buys papers at
wholesale and sells didates in the- first primary,' I earnestly invite your
the duties of this
to discharge
My sincere thanks for them at retail. The reconsideration of qualifications and my record, and power :
difference is his profit.

your vote in re-elect- would welcome your active assistance in my cam- high trust. I will not let you down.
6
s His full weekly profit paign for re-election.
depends the
ing me to the* legisla upon
prompt payment of every .
Sincerely friend -
customer he serves. Next REELECTCLAUDE your :

ture. I will do my best. time your Sun carrier .: :O"fL'A. ,\ ;

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in order that there might be'would be announced in high. ed, such as the arts and crafts
Youth Centers9Dance time to study the program. The :schools today. I program were not affected by
City Recreation Department Other city sponsored programs yesterday's announcement, city MOTHER WILL LOVE A
will continue its efforts to i that have been integrat-:officials said.
expand its program in an effort

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By JEAN CARVERSun City police were called and
Staff WriterIn one boy, Charles Amos, 19, 3101 KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Ii 608 N. MAIN ST.
an effort to avoid possible S.W. 34th St., was arrested, ac- 604 N. MAIN ST. FR 2-9607
violence at the city's two rec- cording to police reports. -- ---I
reation centers, Friday and Both Green and Massey com
Saturday night teenage pro- mended teenagers at the dance
grams were suspended yester for their conduct during the I
ONLY !
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
iay.Members evening. Green explained that'
of the Gainesville after the police came the Negro'
City Commission conferred with couples left.Mayor .
Recreation Director Ray Mas-

about sey and weekend City incidents Manager at Bill the this morning Howard the McKinneysaid commission's J. M FIELDS SPECTACULAR

main concern in closingthe
Recreation Center.
recreation centers to
Green and Massey explained was -
avoid violence-that might come
that two Negro couples attended -
about because of attempts to
Saturday night's dance and
inegrate on a social level before I
troubles arose when two drunken -
attempting to integrate in
''I i white boys danced with the Ill
other
areas.
i Negro girls. I
I ,.1 "This is not the place to be-
gin integration"McKinney said.
Turbulent He also noted that "some
drinking is going on among high
school students" and said this

I Weather InMidNation created additional problems I
I
with large groups at the recreation -

The commission centers. Issued this I ) 1 E

statement yesterday: I
I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
By "The social dancing program
I Thunderstorms rolled across which has been conducted by

the central part of the nation the City Recreation Departmenton ..:.: .. .j : r : .._::
I today after another outbreak of Friday and Saturday nightsfor \s..::: :s.:.:::.:::. :: !:
severe weather in sections of: has been r!
teenagers suspended. rrlwt
the Midwest. This action applies to both
Tornadoes ripped across areas
the Recreation Center located
in Iowa and Wisconsin Thurs-
at 516 NE 2nd Ave. and the I
day night, injuring more than i
Community Center located at KELVIPATOR INS ..
I 30 persons and damaging scores 524 NW 1st St. I I ALLEO J
of homes and business estab- 14PRICE
: llshments. "The City Commission has ,
: The early morning thunder- considered taking this action for BTU qUA utY
:s storm belt extended from Texas over a year since there is a EMERSON FEDDERS t
+ DISCOUN
; to the Upper Great Lakes re definite lack of physical facilities -
r I gion. Heavy rain with hail and as well as the fact that its
strong winds, hit many areas as is becoming increasingly more 1
the warm humid air from the!difficult to give proper super- and other TOP NAME BRANDS I
Gulf region set off the storms. vision and attention to the large
I i About 20 persons were injured number of teenagers attending =-= /
I {: when a twister struck a these functions. INSTALLED PRICE '_ _
-
residential area of Waterloo, "Recently efforts have been! Double hung or jtlousn window (wiring txtrt) "-==-_-_-===__..-.====
I Iowa, a city of about 78,000, and made to desegregate the danc: =....-==---=--==::::----.....-== r
I a trailer court in nearby Ray- ing activities at the Recreation! ====5====rr..e ::5:amer.r.::==511.
I r mond. Fifteen persons were hos- Center located at 516 NE 2nd 14 000 BTU -===-===-=rosrrrW-= =, e1wV
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I pitalized. A tornado also skipped I = = = = =
northwest of Ave. After a great deal of con-,; -=---=---= --= -= -
I, Waterloo across farm in areas Fayette County, sideration and thought, it is the 5"o r += "- .r era="' -.r eraw r r = cif
of the Commissionand
opinion City
,"t I 10 damaging farms. buildings on at least other city officials that it Am CONDITIONER ii :5 .i a'rrsstvarWiiv w rrr::
would be unwise a this time to
I Fourteen persons were in- --....---------- ---rr.asaa
I jured and at least 10 mobile I desegregate the teenage socia' = = q... ='r st"e.r rrrwrire '
I II dancing program. l
homes damaged as a tornado w
+
I slammed into a trailer court "The City Commission would = == : = =
northeast of Wisconsin Rapids, 1 like to point out that this program 95 !
Wis., a town of about 15,000. I is only being suspender = = = = = '

Summer-like weather pre .,, re er ,,.. '
vailed in much of the eastern err era '
l i I IIIE
I half ably of cool the nation temperatures but unseason-were 2O9

reported in parts of the Far -= rieaa rr! ara'r ==== /
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OiAaintsuill Sltttj l Barbers and the 13th ".


THESOUTII


JOHN L BAK4ISOP. President andy 0'rw It'imt islation limiting, freedom of by the drafters of the equal voluntary servitude of cutting
Fabliihcri PAT COVtES. f ace rreil- dark hair of whites, (we find) a
I dead ED JOHNSON., VIc Proldeatnd By ARTHUR KROCK choice in personal occupationsthat rights bill, who instead selected demand from their descend-

Florida's Beautiful r' Ex eea flee Edltwi W. G. BtUI .was published in the 1964 the 14th and the Commerce ants that whites be forced by
.. EBEBSOLE. Vice President and Ad- WASHINGTON Barberingis
,, 'tt' vertlslac Directors BOB TAKTAGIIOKE. winter issue of the Cornell Clause of the Constitutions as law to cut their hair... The
'University City' By RALPH McGII.L 'among the intimate
.. and CrcoU- per- Amendment makes no
Vie President
Fnl :er Prize wloniflt PihUthcrOf Law Quarterly.THE its legal foundations. The ar- 13th
} UOB 'Muuftt- I ,Ik* AIUBU, (Ga.) BUUtlM sonal services which under ticle by Dr. Avins, a professorof distinction as to who enforces

THE SUN'S POLICY Title II. of the pending equal CONCLUSIONS of the jurisprudence at Cambridge ...labor, nor does it dis-
rights bill, not be from whom compulsory
may re- University in Englandformerly tinguish
author Dr. Alfred Avins, are
1. Report the news fully. and Impartially Jn the news columns. PovertyAnd fused to an applicant as 'an of constitutional law at service is extracted... It
i ; that the ban of the 13th
.
t {, .2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only m-editorials ; 'I. J't :, act of racial discriminationthat Amendment against "involun- Chicago Kent College reaches every race and indi-

3. Publish all sides of important controversial: issues. can be established to the tary servitude" guarantees to strongly suggests that the rea- vidual... As the Supreme Court.

The Sun's telephones: All Department!-3728441Education satisfaction of a judge. But "every person the right to re- son for this avoidance of the has eloquently declared-
before this and kindred compulsions 13th is its sweeping and em-
Want Ads-376-4672 have been legislated frain from working for any The plain intention (of
barrassing conflict with the
**
students at two New Jersey other person; and that this federal of the language of the 13th). was

Than Books colleges and elsewhere guarantee covers "barbers, compulsions personal ...to make labor free, by prohibiting -
Is More are services in Title II.
and hotel clerks, shoe-shine men, that control by which
EducationWASHINGTON picketing using other
sales clerks, waiters and.wait- service of one
Well-organized and wisely directed art exhibit feels (under the present pressures on local barbers'to_ AFTER A detailed tracingof the personal
much it
resses just as as protects man is disposed of or coercedfor
extra-curricular activities, in any stepped-up pressure) that he cannot coerce them into compliance.These field-hands, cottonpickers the words "involuntary servitude" another's benefit which is
events in'
college program, make an important afford "time out" from the academicrat The pol- combination lend particular current and farm laborers." Northwest from Ordinance their use of in 1787 the the essence of involuntary

contribution to student's all-round itics of poverty is also the servitude." *
a pertinence to a profound studyof The 13th Amendment has
their
race for more than a black cof- through incorporation in-
growth and development. Their politics of education. They inescapably the constitutionality of leg- been scrupulously bypassed to a number of state consti- In the surge of pressures
fee break. For no matter how hard and properly are inspired by political consider-
values are too well established to tutions, and eventually in the
need defense. But in spite of that he runs, he is always a little be- tied together.As 13th Amendment, Dr. Avins's ations and internal strugglesfor
j we, look at our affluent BELOW OLYMPUS B, i.ieiondi summation Negro leadership as wellas
is that in
fact, they often suffer from too- hind. society today, with a record approv- by a fine ideal of egalitar-
ing the latter
Congress
heavy academic pressure and lack gross national income, with acted liberty instead of en- ianism, not very many of

of full administrative support. While many campus functions corporate profits at new acting equality. And he en- those involved are likely to
applied -
peaks, with more detached
persons read Dr. Avins's
have been well attended, the going this historical record as
holding jobs than ever beforein analysis of the constitutionalissue.
follows to the
I Education means more than books, has been harder and voluntary our history, we plainly see tions of Title proposed II. limita- And those who read it
freedomof
I library assignments, laboratory experiments participation, we believe, has de- at least' four' disturbing fea- choice in personal on are not likely to be impressedby .

i class lectures and exami- clined. (This assumption could, of tures: tions: occupa- its cold logic.MOREOVER .

nations. A student's world cannot be- course, be statistically checked.)" We 1. The gap between the edu-
cated and skilled group, and "It is one of the compelling THEY have
compressed into a classroom or delimited observed that the student "volun-
the functionally illiterate and ironies of
history to find that read the recent Supreme
by a schedule of academic teers" who participated in planningand unskilled grows wider. in 1964 Negroes are demand- Court decisions on issues of

duties. Life and learning go on together managing "Religion in Life" 2. The gap between the ing laws to compel whites to racial discrimination as sure-

and neither can (or should) week were about one third the usual strong educational institutions serve them in the very same ly foreshadowing findings that

exclude the other.Furthermore number. And, according to report, and the weak also wid- occupations which they them- the subsequent 14th Amend-
ens. selves were freed from serv- ment and-or the earlier Com-
students are less responsive to 3. The gap between good ing whites in 1863, and de- merce Clause supervene the

both body and spirit recommendations (made by teachers) teachers and poor teachers, at manding this under the name protections of freedom of

demand some kind of counterpoise that they attend certain lectures;con- all levels, steadily becomes of "freedom" ... Thus, a cen- choice in personal services

against the stress and strain of continuous certs or other important cultural greater. tury ago, the Emancipation asserted in the court's still-

study. This "balancing factor" events. 4. Unemployment producedby Proclamation decreed that Ne- standing constructions of the
new inventions, technologyand gro waiters and waitresses 13th. '
is provided by well-planned social gil "P
automation refuses to : i would no longer have to serve But meanwhile Dr. Avins

and cultural activities, student We have already expressed our grow less. The outlook is fora college students: Now, a hun- has impressively done as

government projects, campus clubs doubts about the wisdom and prac slow increase. ift41iM dred years later Negro college much as can be done in printto

and organizations, and other similar ticability of the trimester system. KNOWLEDGEABLE educa- students are demanding lawsto project into the debate on

I worthwhile experiences. They are Regardless of the end it is supposedto tors point out that the futureof compel white waiters and the equal rights bill a great
waitresses to serve them constitutional issue it -
called "extra-curricular" activities serve, in terms of year-round use education will be more poses
and which has been
simply because they are not pur- of facilities, the harm it may wreakcan and more concerned with the "I 1 could think of a lot better way to blow "A CENTURY after Ne- fully one avoided or strangely care-

sued for credit. But that does not easily over-balance the benefits impact of poverty. They be- a billion dollars!" groes were freed from the in- neglected.
lieve this because our history -
j mean that they are noneducative.We claimed for it. We speak, of course, shows that change in education -

from a layman's "observation post." arises always out of TO PREVENT CYPRUS WARFulbright's

have observed,we think, some And it is not the job of laymen (even political action. Our public

distressing symptoms of "decline" on Official Boards) to dictate educa- school system, for example,

s in the health and vigor of the extra- tional methods. But we do think that and grew was out established of political only action aft- Mission to Athens Ankara

curricular activities at the Univer- Florida's universities should take a er beating down very consid- ,

sity of Florida during the past tri- good objective look at the trimester erable opposition. PresidentJohnson's
Sfrui \$urfc (Eimra ticle One of the North Atlantic and
mester. This is attributable we be- system as it actually operates.If action against pov- dangered, to refrain in move. Turkey inferentially

lieve to the compression in time and erty is one that has been de- By C. L. SULZBERGER Charter. This pledges the their international relations warned NATO that if it can

the acceleration in which is in- the is layed across a long span of PARIS The immediateaim allies: "To settle any inter- from the threat or use of do nothing to tranquilize the
pace system "on
trial, as we national
years. dispute in which they force in any manner incon- situation Turkey may find itself -
herent in the trimester system. The have been told that it is, let all the This, of course, means a rev- of Senator FUlbright'strip may be involved by peaceful sistent with the purposes- of forced to take action un-

conscientious, .students who: ,used to evidence be impartially examined. olution in education, not yet to Athens and Ankara means in such a manner that the United Nations." der the London-Zurich agree-

find an a fein on or evening'now and And let the criterion for judgmentbe comprehended or blueprinted.It must be to prevent Greece international peace and se- ments which give Ankara and

then which could be profitably spentat the greatest- educational good for will reach into every cor- war and over Turkey Cyprus.from The going situ-to curity and justice are not en- THIS WAS A penultimate Athens the right to intervene.The .

ner of instruction from ele-
a Lyceum lecture, a play or an the greatest number. ation on that festering island Turks hoped by this
to levels.A .
mentary university 'has again deteriorated and, W Me"QCowles maneuver to give NATO an
few examples will illus
trate: despite U. N. intervention, the nshington official excuse for mediation.

danger of formal conflict The French, however, resorted -
IN NEW YORK an estimated -
I Voice of 10 to 20 thousand pupils mounts. Washington Bureau to a curious device. They
i the presented an aide memoireto
PeopleOn who graduate annually from When NATO's Secretary
WORKING MAN: President Johnson, who has been prod- Stikker insisting NATO
high school, with an aver- General Stikker conferred
ding government officials to work harder and work their could not legally intervene.A .
I of 80 cannot to 1-
age go c o separately last week with
staffs harder, could use Sargent Shriver of this document
as an example of copy was
lege. The free city collegescan Prime Ministers Inonu and
= The Sun's Opinion PageOpinions == take how to do it. Shriver is head of both the Peace Corps and shown to the Greek ambassador -
only did
so many. They Papandreou he not offi-
the poverty campaign. His No. 2 poverty assistant, Adam with the hint that Athens
students in order of
accept ac raise the Cyprus issue.
cially
and comments of Sun readers art welcome In the Voice of the People column. Letters Yarmolinsky, has been in the hospital, and still is, for should beware of falling into
must be signed and bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter complishment. An average of Cyprus is not a member of
I should weeks after an auto crash. Bill Moyers, deputy Peace Corps any legal trap. Greece spurned -
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The 80 isn't good enough despitethe the Western Alliance. All Stik
director has been drafted mediation and the
Sun the right to reject letter for White House work and not alliance,
reserves
any or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or fact it is a respectable ker was interested in doing
I intent. replaced. Warren Wiggins, who substitutes for Shriver when as such, based on unanimity,
figure. Not too was keeping North Atlantic
many years the boss is out of town, has been out for a week with a bad seems powerless to move.
contrary to that assumption.It taxpayer's pocket; ((3)) "social ago it was good enough to peace. Nevertheless Cypruswas
back. Harris Wofford, an associate director had to backto Washington has sought to
'Sincere But go
is not to mingle with segregation" though the open the doors to most col- unavoidably the main
his former post in Ethiopia to clean avoid direct Involvement in
some pending
whites, for surely by having Negro wouldn't mind if itdidn't leges. These multi-thousands subject of discussion.AT up
the crisis but
Morally Wrong'EDITOR business and has been out of the office for some time. as NATO's par-
equal accommodations there graduating annually do not
extend to restaurants, THE TIME of Stikker's Shriver has been getting along with what staff is left. amount capitol, it cannot remain -
will be some mingling, but motels, hotels and other pub- have money to pay tuition.
apart.
Sun After read- the Turks
: arrival in Ankara 4
rather to the lic Their grades are not good
ing the letter to Voice of the get liberty that accommodations; and ((4)) for the third time since De- WALKING MAN: Reporters who have had the inexpres-
for
presumably was given him af- "laws forbidding racial inter- enough scholarships.This the sible of President Johnson his FULBRIGHT'S special ef-
cember
People in The Sun of April 28, is to seemed on vergeof pleasure accompanying on
a story common
"Let Negroes Help Selves," ter acquiring freedom. marriage. I also advocate all American cities and towns. invading Cyprus to protectthe walks around the circular driveway behind the White House fort must therefore con-

Then, in paragraphs seven strongly against marriages Turkish minority. Stikkerwas have dug up an old hymn to describe such occurrences.It centrate not on any general
I was impressed by the frank- and eight the mingling of the between the two races, but I WHAT DOES the nation do able to forestall such an starts "He walks with me, and he talks with me, and he peace formula but on urgent
about this
ness and seeming sincerity of two races "would surely feel it it besides being unconstitutional predicament? Also, operation for the present tells me I am his own." warnings against disaster. He
what is it to do about those
the contents. However. I feel bring destruction and chaos" as unAmerican by stressing that neither 9 cannot at this moment honeto

some paragraphs of the letter and the mingling would sure- as the Soviet Union to whose average is lower but country could truly win a TALKING MAN: When the President rose to address the persuade Ankara and Ath-
who somehow' must be train-
need clarification. ly bring marriages betweenthe forbid persons by law from ed educated to Turkish-Greek war. Chamber of Commerce a couple of weeks ago, he said that ens to hold bilateral talks.

Despite what appeared to two races and: "mulattos marrying another, because of or occupy a Both Ankara and Athens he intended to follow the advice of his distinguished prede- They simply won't agree.

be utmost sincerity, it lack- increased in America to the his race creed or color. productive society,?contributing What sort placein of have been officially advised cessor, George Washington; "Let your discourse with men If such warnings against

ed the democratic way of extent that the populationof (There are exactly,23 states schools, vocational and other- that, should they engage in of business be short and comprehensive.." Mr. Johnson penury, NATO's collapse and

thinking.In mulattos will outnumberthe which practice this law). wise, must we plan and .cre- military conflict, all forms of then proceeded to enlarge somewhat on his 15 minute potential Bulgarian intervention

the second paragraph it white or Negro race." So, although the writer ate?"What about a slum child allied aid to each of them speech-and talked for 61 minutes. can stave off Greco-

said "someone should tip off In other words it says ac- seemed utterly, sincere, the; in a big city, 'in a decaying would promptly cease. They Turkish warfare, the U. N.

the Negro leaders and theirfonowers" tual inter-mingling would be letter was'morally wrong coal mining town in the Appa- have been warned that Bul- OPERATING MAN: Asked who he thought would be the force in Cyprus may yet gain

that a chain of accommodations a bad influence on the whites, when concerning the American lachians, or in one of the mis- garia, which covets parts of Democratic vice-presidential nominee, Sen. Frank Church time to reduce tensions. Thereis

facilities f or resulting eventually in a non- cause. erable poverty-ridden rural Greek and Turkish Thrace;. (D.t: Idaho) replied that he preferred not to guess, but "the growing insistence in the

Negroes would "fill a much- white society and hence bring BEATY GIVENS counties where there are no might seize the opportunityof President has 30 people in this town thinking that they'llbe Western world that U. N.

needed service for the Ne- down the intellectual ability of libtaries, no cultural motiva- disruption to march towards tapped and you'd be surprised how well that makes troops should act more vig
the Aegean, thus risk- them all behave." orously.
this This would be s where
gro race. country. tions, and the available -
confrontationand Nobody is seriously talking
1 In a sense, this does have quite acceptable among those school is pitifully inade- ing East-West solutionnow
MAN President Johnson has admitted about a permanent
war.Nevertheless SURPRISED to
FurnishingTIle global :
some specific truth; howeverthe believing in white supremacy.And quate? What does a teacher
popula-
while, the at indirect result of his effort to partition or
one
some surprise put more
Negro thinks differently.He finally, it mentioned need to know. to cope with
The Turks and
Turks have again postponeda women in high government positions. Suddenly, he said, tion exchange.
of Enemy's children who
believes there's enough "church integration. The sub- come from illiterate at
Greeks aren't talking all
Cypriote expedition, they there has been a greatly increased demand for male secre-
these at the present ject shouldn't be controversial parents and homes
places a have not permanently for- taries.POTOMAC. and the allies, except for
time to accommodate a democratic issue. If nothing else, one 3tationery where there is no place to sworn the idea. France's negative stand, have

society. And that he, should be allowed to attend study and no encourage- Since Stikker's delicate ex- embarrassedly avoided taking

because of his color, race or any place of worship he 2fr in flurkWASHINGTONAtty.n1bnt ment to go to school or to ploration, Turkey has taken I sides.

creed, should not have to pleases, whether the ministeror learn? the matter to a diplomaticbrink.

set aside a.place for his "col congregation be white Gen. What are we to do with sev- On May 2, at an emergency FYtPA R. MEANWHILE C 0 M M U-

or" or "kind" because he's black, blue or green. In this Robert F. Kennedy wasspeaking eral million adults who lack meeting of NATO's NISM gains support among

thought of as a lower race of paragraph, the letter said the at the University of f the ability to: read simple instruction council, the Turkish envoy dattii i 1 Greek Cypriotes. Cot Nasserhas
Law School. j
Chicago Outside sheets
mankind.He church strongly support or to comprehend formally put the Cyprus issue been encouraged to ever
believes that he should membership integration: students were handing out verbal explanations of before the alliance under Ar- stronger demands that all
free copies of the Nation how to operate a machine or bases in the Middle
have, and does have, a rightto "With the Negro leader Western

go to, attend, sleep or eat teaching their race to set intermarriage magazine.In do a job? East be dismantled from
t it was an article criticalof 1 THE POLITICS of
segregation and Libya to Aden. He
r at any. such place he chooses, as their goa' FEVERBy Cyprus
Kennedy's conduct of the have done incalculable
ed-
increased Egyptian forcesin
but is prohibited by law or by That's a very good example has
recent against James R. ucational to
case injury both
ra- Yemen despite contrary
Be- Jack Wilson Cowles Washington Bureau
some hypocritical means. of white supremacy propa- ,
Hoffa has said that
who the ces. The human results arebefore to Washington -

cause of this, he and stresses demandsto racial ganda.It also. noted "factors" Attorney General has been us in every large city The Supreme Court refuses to.rule :on de facto segregation there,being no promises and is behaving truculently

equality some carrying on a personal vendetta and in the rural regions of the evidence that anybody is segregating any de factos. towards Britain.

be accepted as an Ameri- ,dominating the compar against him. Those givingout South. They indict us i in the -- Cyprus isn't in NATO but

can.In atively low number of mulat- the copies said they had 1 statistics of literacy and employment Moscow accuses China of racism -says the Chinese are Yellow Muslims its cancer infects the entire
the sixth paragraph, it tos in this country. They were been paid for by the Interna- and income. the whites and them little If
who want to segregate pen up in two or three continents alliance. Fulbright can
said "actions of the Negro (1) "housing" though it's an tional B ortherhood of Team- We now wonder why we help ease tension, U. N.

leaders seem to Mar out the American privilege to 1 iv e sters, which Hoffa heads. have waited so long for the -- troops might yet be able to

facts, that equal accommodations where one, pIe as es. (2) After the lecture, membersof attack on poverty. But it will Cubans claim the U.S. planted 15,000 pesos in an underwater cache for anti- freeze existing chaos. Only

is not their goal but "school" though it's undemocratic the audience thrust outtheir begin. When it does, we increasingly revolutionaries. 'To believe this, all you have to do is imagine President. Johnson then may Greece and Turkeybe

the comnlete amalgamation of to have two senarate issues of The Nation will see political action tossing 35 cents down a wishing well. persuaded to face each

the two races would be their school systems (one for white, for Kennedy to autograph as bring change to educa- -- other over the negotiating

only satisfactory goal." one for black) and also it'sa he walked up the aisle. He did tion. It is, of course, long LBJ is full of surprises. When reporters compained that he drove so fast table instead of the battle

The.Negro's "goal" is quite lot of money out of the so. overdue. they couldn't keep up with him, they never, dreamed he'd make them do it on field.

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'INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE' IN RIGHTS BILL? .-




: ::1: Qictfntzuill 'f Sun CONSCIENCEOF THESOUTH t I I Barbers and the 13th '





JOHN L RAB ISON. President and Sfrro tjnrk Eimra that was published in the 1964 Clause of the Constitutions as demand from their descendants -
rxblUberi PAT COWLES. Vic Press that whites be forced by
dent ED JOHNSON. Tic President By ARTHUR KROCK winter issue of the Cornell its legal foundations. The ar- law to cut their hair... The
Florida's Beautiful ud EzecatlT Editors W. G. (Btu WASHINGTON Barberingj Law Quarterly.THE ticle by Dr. Avins, a professorof 13th Amendment makes no
EBEESOLE. Tie President and Ad- jurisprudence at Cambridge
the intimate
among -
University City' fertisinf Director BOB TAKTAG- By RALPH McGILL services which under personal CONCLUSIONS. the University in Englandformerly distinction as to who enforces
distinguish
LIONE. Tie President and CreoU does it -
...labor
nor
Pulitzer Prii PablisbefOl
Winning of constitutional law at
lion Mtnacer. I the Atlanta. (Ga.) Canstitutw.Poverty Title II. of the pending equal author, Dr. Alfred Avins, are from whom compel
rights bill, may not be refused that the ban of the 13th Chicago Kent College service is extracted... It
THE SUN'S POLICY that the sory
strongly suggests rea-
to an applicant as an Amendment against "involun- an4 in<**
reaches race
I 1. Report the news fully and i impartially in the news columns. act of racial discriminationthat tary servitude" guarantees to son for this avoidance of the vidual... As every the Supreme Court
13th is its and
i 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials can be established to the "every person the right to refrain sweeping em- has eloquently declared-
i 3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. satisfaction of a judge. But from working for any barrassing conflict with the
i before this and kindred com- other person;" and that this federal compulsions of personal The plain intention (of

I The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 AndEducation pulsions have been legislated, guarantee covers "barbers, services !in Title II. the language of the 13th) was

Want Ads-376-4672 students at two New Jersey hotel clerks, shoe-shine men, AFTER A detailed tracingof ...to make labor free, by pro-

colleges and elsewhere are sales clerks, waiters and wait- the words "involuntary ser- hibiting that control by which

Education Is More Than Books picketing and using other resses just as much as it protests vitude" from their use in the the ,personal service of one

pressures on local barbers to field-hands, cottonpickers Northwest Ordinance of 1787, man is disposed of or coercedfor

Well-organized and wisely directed art exhibit feels (under the present coerce them into compliance.These and farm laborers." through their incorporation in- another's benefit which is
events in current to a number of state consti- the essence of involuntary
I extra-curricular activities, in any stepped-up pressure) that he cannot combination lend particular The 13th Amendment hag tutions, and eventually in the servitude." fIn -

college program, make an important afford "time out" from the academicrat WASHINGTON The politics pertinence to a profound studyof been scrupulously bypassedby 13th Amendment, Dr. Avins's the surge of pressures

contribution to a student's all-round race for more than a black cof- of poverty is also the the constitutionality of leg- the drafters of the equal summation is that in approv- inspired by political consider-

growth and development. Their politics of education. They in- islation limiting freedom of rights bill, who instead select- ing the latter, Congress en- ations and internal strugglesfor

values are too well established to fee break. For no matter how hard escapably and properly are choice in personal occupations ed the 14th and the Commerce acted liberty instead of en- Negro leadership as wellas

need defense. But in spite of that he runs, he is always a little be- tied together.As acting equality. And he ap- by a fine ideal of egalitar-
we look at our affluent plied this historical record as ianism, not very many of
fact, they often suffer from too. hind. society today, with a record BELOW OLYMPUS By InterlandiCOLORED follows to the proposed limita- those involved are likely to

I heavy academic pressure and lack gross national income, with tions of Title II. on freedomof read Dr. Avins's detached '

of full administrative support. While many campus functions corporate profits at new ..modyJ1 choice in personal occupa- analysis of the constitutionalissue.

have been well attended, the going peaks, with more persons tions: And those who read it
holding jobs than ever beforein "It is one of the compelling are not likely to be impressedby
! Education means more than books, has been harder and voluntary our history, we plainly see ironies of history to find that its cold logic.MOREOVER .

: library assignments, laboratory experiments participation, we believe, has de- at least four disturbing fea- in 1961 Negroes are demand- THEY have

t I class lectures and exami- clined. (This assumption could, of tures: r rf ing laws to compel whites to read the recent Supreme

nations. A student's world cannot be- course, be statistically checked.) We 1. The gap between the edu- serve them in the very same Court decisions on issues of
i classroom delimited cated and skilled group, and occupations which they them- racial discrimination as sure-
into -
I compressed a or observed that the student "volunteers" -
I the functionally illiterate and selves were freed from serv- ly foreshadowing findings that
by a schedule of academic who participated in planningand unskilled, grows wider. ing whites in 1863, and de- the subsequent 14th Amend-

duties. Life and learning go on together managing "Religion in Life" 2. The gap between the manding this under the name ment and-or the earlier Com-

and neither can (or should) week were about one third the usual strong educational institu- of "freedom" ... Thus, a cen- merce Clause supervene the

exclude the other.Furthermore number. And, according to report, tions and the weak also wid- tury ago, the Emancipation protections of freedom of
ens. Proclamation decreed that Ne- choice in personal services
students are less responsive to
3. The gap between good gro waiters and waitresses asserted in the court's still-
both body and spirit recommendations by teachers) teachers and poor teachers, at would no longer have to serve standing constructions of the

demand some kind of counterpoise that they attend certain lectures, con- all levels, steadily becomes college students: Now, a hun-

against the stress and strain of con- certs or other important cultural greater. dred years later Negro college 13th.But meanwhile Dr. Avins

tinuous study. This "balancing fac events. 4. Unemployment producedby students are demanding lawsto has impressively done as

tor" is provided by well-planned social new inventions, technologyand compel white waiters and much as can be done in printto
automation refuses to f waitresses to serve them project into the debate on
t and cultural activities student
We have already expressed our grow less. The outlook is fora the equal rights bill a great

government projects, campus clubs doubts about the wisdom and practicability slow increase. "A CENTURY after Ne- constitutional issue it poses -

and organizations, and other similar of the trimester system. KNOWLEDGEABLE educa- groes were freed from the involuntary and one which has been carefully

\ worthwhile experiences. They are Regardless of the end it is supposedto tors point out that the futureof "I 1 could think of a lot better way to blow servitude of cutting avoided or strangely
called "extra-curricular" activities a billion dollars!1" hair of whites, (we find) a neglected.
serve, in terms of year-round use education will be more

I simply because they are not pursued of facilities, the ham it may wreakcan and more concerned with the given in the proper use of the ALACHUA NEWSTo
for credit. But that does not impact of poverty. They be- NEWS I
I easily over-balance the benefits voting machines. Get the facts Present ProgramThe
lieve this because history
I mean that they are' non-educative. claimed for it. We speak, of course, shows that change our in edu-- and know what is expected of Gospel Calvaliers, singers
I you on May 26 in the second from Brunswick Ga. will
ren-
from a layman's "observation post. cation arises always out of B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor primary. der
I We have observed, we think, some And it is not the job of laymen (even political action. Our public a musical program on Moth-
SPECIAL NOTICE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. During the meeting, there er's Day Sunday, May 10, at
distressing symptoms of "decline"in on Official Boards) to dictate educa- school system, for example, The City Missionary Band will Pleasant Methodist will be good singing by some of Alachua at 4 p.m., and also at

''I in the health and vigor of the extra- tional methods. But we do think that and grew was out established of political action aft meet a tthe Bell's Nursery, Mon The Board of Education and I the best choirs in the county. the Church of God in Christ at
only
curricular activities at the Univer- Florida's universities should take a er beating down consid- day at 4:30 p.m. The book is Church School Staff will meettoday The percentage of vot e r s High Springs with Elder Hugh

sity of Florida during the past tri good objective look at the trimester erable opposition.very President now open for new members. at the home of Mrs. K., casting ballots in the Tuesday, Anderson, pastor at both

mester. This is attributable, we be- system as it actually operates.If Johnson's action against pov- Mrs. E. T. Bell, president; Mrs.F. D. Childs at 7:30 p.m. V. L. May 5, primary was commend churches.

lieve to the compression in time and erty is one that has been de- D. Shannon, reporter. Trapp, chairman; J. Franklin: able. Let us do everything in During both programs, Evangelist
Jones, Church School superin. our power to get out a bigger R. L. Kambert will speak.
the acceleration in pace which is in- the system is "on trial," as we layed across a long span of PLANS CONFERENCEThere tendent. Those who did not pay vote in the second primary. L.

herent in the trimester system. The have been told that it is, let all the years.This, of course, means a rev- will be conference at their rally assessments duringApril : V. Davis, vice-president.

conscientious student who used to evidence be impartially examined.And olution in education, not yet the Shady Grove Primitive Bap- are asked to do so by ( bituaritMRS.

find an afternoon or evening now and let the criterion for judgmentbe comprehended or blueprinted.It 'tist Church Saturday at 8 p.m., the second Sunday in May. Rev. SPEAKS SATURDAYMrs.
The members urged to be W. M. Ferguson, pastor.
then which could be profitably spentat the greatest educational will reach into every cor- are : Corine Watts, state pro-
good for present. Mrs. F. D. Shannon, Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday FRANKIE HOLMES
ner of instruction from ele- I motional secretary of the Wom
a Lyceum lecture, a play or an the greatest number. mentary to university levels.A reporter. School, 9:30: a.m.; morning wor en's Home Mission Convent ion Final rites for Mrs. Frank I e

few examples will illus- ship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30: p.m.;, of the Mt. Sianua Baptist As- Johnson Holmes of Eustis, will

trate: CHOIRS' FESTIVALThe and evening worship, Mothers' sociation, will deliver an ad- be held Sunday at 3 p.m. from
Choirs' Festival meetin Day program, 7 p.m. Mid-wee the St. James A.M.E. Churchat
IN NEW YORK estimated dress at the Friendship Baptist
an will be held at the Mt. Olive; Meditation Services Tuesday,,
Eustis with the Rev. M. M.
Church at 3
10 to 20 thousand Saturday p.m.
Voice of the pupils A.M.E. Church Sunday at 3 I 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Wed. Martin officiating.Mrs. .
People who graduate annually from The members and friends are
I high school, with an aver- p.m. Mrs. Mary DeBose, president nesday, 7:30 p.m., and also both: invited to hear Mrs. Watts. Holmes, the sister of W.
I ; Mrs. G. L. Souder, secretary Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will havetheir L. Johnson of 913 S.E. 9th
age of 80, cannot go to c o 1- .. '
I ; Mrs. Carrie Allen, pianist joint rehearsal and Ushers' Place, Gainesville, died May 6.
On The Sun's Opinion Page; lege. The free city colleges ; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re. Board meets, 8 p.m.; Teachers'', DINNERS TO BE SOLD Interment will be made in the

can take only so many. They porter. Meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; The Willing Workers of the Mt. Olive Cemetery at Eustis

Opinions and comments of Sun reader art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters accept students in order of ac and also Choir No. 3 will have! Greater Bethel A. M.E. Church under the direction of White
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot complishment. An average of NOTICE its rehearsal, 7 p.m. Rev. T. A. announce the sale of dinners and Dorsey Funeral Home.
Sun exceed 500 the words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The 80 isn't good enough despitethe Dinners will be sold in the Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Saturday, May 9, at 11 a.m. at
reserves right to reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning fact it is a
or respectable of the Mt. Moria Hamm,
intent. dining room I reporter. the dining room. LEROY SCOTTFuneral
figure. Not too many years Baptist Church Saturday. Rev.L. .. Emanuel Baptist Sunday You may purchase a palatable services for LeRoy
contrary to that assumption.It taxpayer's pocket; (3) "social ago it was good enough to A. Tillman Mrs. J. School, 10 a.m. morning
'Sincere But I pastor; ; worship chicken or chitterlings dinner Scott, of Waldo, will be held at
is not to mingle with segregation" though the open the doors to most col Gainey, reporter. 11 a.m.; and B.T.U., 5:30 I and eat it family style in the the Philadelphia Baptist Churchat

Morally Wrong' whites, for surely by having Negro wouldn't mind if it leges. These multi-thousands p.m. Choir No. 2 will have its i dining room, have it deliveredto Waldo, Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

equal accommodations there didn't extend to restaurants, graduating annually do not CLUB NOTICE rehearsal Monday, 7:30 p.m.; your residence or come by with Rev. J. H. Phillips offi-

EDITOR, Sun: After read- will be some mingling, but motels, hotels and other pub- have money to pay tuition. The Silver Leaf Club of Mt. and there. will be prayer meeting and pick it up. For early res- ciating. Interment will follow in

ing the letter to Voice of the rather to get the liberty that lic accommodations; and (4)) Their grades are not good Carmel Baptist Church will I I Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. ervation, you may call: Mrs. the Waldo Cemetery.He .

People in The Sun of April 28, presumably was given him af- "laws forbidding racial inter- enough for scholarships.This meet at the home of Mrs. Judy, D.: Davis, pastor; Mrs. M. E. Louise Young, FR 6-6364; or was a veteran of World
ter acquiring freedom. I also is a story common to Acosta of 1017 NE 25th Terrace Middleton, reporter.
"Let Negroes Help Selves." marriage. advocate ,, Mrs. Ida Anderson, FR 67370. War II. The members of the
Then, in paragraphs seven strongly against marriages all American cities and towns. today at 8 p.m. Mrs. Helen I Mt. Herman Baptist Sunday Give the following: name, number American Legion Post No. 306
I was impressed by the frank- and eight, the mingling of the between the two races, but I WHAT DOES the nation do I Perry, president; Mrs. Barbara I School, 9:30 a.m.; there will of dinners and specify thekind. will participate.His .

ness and seeming sincerity of two races "would surely feel it is besides being unconstitutional about this predicament? Also, I Jones, reporter. be a Mothers' Day programp.m. 3;, immediate survivors include -

the contents. However, I feel bring destruction and chaos" as unAmerican what is it to do about those .; and Baptist Training Union his mother, Mrs. Lullie

some paragraphs of the let- and, the mingling would sure- as the Soviet Union to whose average is lower, but NOTICEThe 5:30 p.m. Richard Harrison,I MANY THANKSI Scott. Waldo; brothers, Willie
ter need clarification. ly bring marriages betweenthe forbid persons by law from who somehow must be train- All Star Group of the: assistant pastor; Mrs. Kim-, hereby express my gratitudeto and Horace Scott, both Philadelphia -
marrying another, because of ed or educated to occupy a Undenominational Choirs' Union brough, reporter. Pa.; and A I ho
Despite what appeared to two races and: "mulattos those persons who were so P nso
productive, contributing placein will meet Tuesday, May 12,,, Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion -. Scott West
be utmost sincerity, it lack increased in America to the his race, creed or color. kind to me during my long illness Virginia.
society? What sort of 8 at the home of Mrs. Church School, 10 a.m. .
at
; morn Duncan
ed the 'democratic way of extent that the population i (There are exactly 23 states p.m. at home and in the hospital !- Brothers, morticians,
schools vocational and other- H. Arredonda.: ing worship, 11 The
which L. Shuman at a.m. ser are in charge.
thinking.In of mulattos will outnumberthe practice this law). ; Sister, Mary Debose.
wise, must we plan and cre- mon subject will be "Mother'sFaith.
the second paragraph it white or Negro race." So, although the writer ate? What about a slum childin NOTICE ." Evening services, 1 r BU1'l.ER JIMMIE LEE PERRY

said "someone should tip off In other words, it says actual seemed utterly sincere, the a big city, in a decayingcoal The members of the Chora]I t p.m., will feature personal tributes LAKE NEWS Funeral services for Jimmie

the Negro leaders and theirfollowers" inter-mingling would bea letter was morally wrong mining town in the Appa- Group of Lodge No. 113 are ask, to mother. Rev. W. L. So uThere Party Scheduled Lee Perry, who resided at the
when the American will be at the
concerning a party
that a chain of accommodations bad influence the whites 4
on lachians, or in one of the mis- ed to meet at the home of Mrs., der, pastor. Sunland Training Center as an j
home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson -
facilities f or resulting eventually in a non- cause.BEATY erable poverty-ridden rural Gussie Ross, of 704 SW 5th Ter- Mt Moriah Baptist Moth Butler Saturday employe, will be held from the
Lake
Negroes would "fill a much- white society and hence bring GIVENS counties where there are no race, today at 5:30 p.m. ers' Day program, 11 a.m. The: Perry at Philadelphia Baptist Church at '

needed service for the Ne- down the intellectual ability of libraries, no cultural motiva- guest speaker will be Mrs. May 9, at Well 8 p.m. in be- Waldo Saturday at 3 p.m. with J I
half of the Baptist
gro race." this country. This would be tions, and where the available PLANS RECITALThe Mable Dorsey, a teacher in; Hope 1 Rev. J. H. Phillips officiating.
In a sense, this does have quite acceptable among those school is pitifully inade- Wesleyan Service Guile l Lincoln High School. Church. Interment will follow in Waldo
some specific truth; howeverthe believing in white supremacy.And FurnishingThe quate? What does a teacher of Mt. Pleasant Methodist 1 t; Lake Butler-Hopewell A.M.E.I There will be a good varietyof Cemetery. 11

Negro thinks differently.He finally, it mentioned need to know to cope with Church is presenting the Beth-. Sunday School, 10 a.m.; good food served. The publicis Perry His immediate survivors 1i
Willie Mae
believes there's enough of "church integration." The sub- Enemy's children who come from illiterate une-Cookman College Chorus in I morning worship, 11 a.m.; there invited. Mrs. include his wife, Mrs. Mary

these places at' the present ject shouldn't be a controversial parents and homes a musical recital at the Mt.. will be a Mothers' Day program -I reporter. Perry; children, Johnell Mac- j

time to accommodate a demo- issue. If nothing else, one StationeryWASHINGTONAtty. where there is no place to Pleasant Methodist Church Sunday -, 3 p.m.; and evening serv SPRINGS NEWSWomen's key and Jimmie Lee Perry, Jr.,
cratic society. And that he, should be allowed to attend study and no encourage- May 10, at 7:30 p.m., conner ices, 7 p.m. Rev.%Clifton Sim- HIGH step father, Arthur Lewis; sister -

because of his color, race or any place of worship he @ Ntw dark {timtB ment to go to school or to of 2nd Street and 7th Ave, mons, pastor; Mrs. Willie Mae Women's Day Day ProgramThe observance Mrs. Ruby Lee Small, St.
Perry,
a should not have to learn? reporter. Petersburg; aunts, Mrs. LeI
creed, pleases, whether the ministeror nue.The which began Monday at 8 p.m. a
his "col Gen. What to do with Bethune-Cookman Chorusis Shady Grove Primitive Bap- Ponder, Thomasville, Ga., and
for are we
v set aside a place congregation be white, several ;
tist at the Church of God in Christ,
under the direction of Thomas Sunday School, 10
a.m.
he's Robert F. Kennedy was million adults who lack Mrs. Cora Robinson, Moultrie
"kind" because ,
or" black blue In this
or or green. with to a close Sunday.! Th, e
+ the A. Demps, who is well knownin Deacon Lewis C. Williams, comes Ga. and an uncle Love
speaking ;
a of read Jones
University the in-
ability
lower of to. simple ,
of race
as a the
thought paragraph, letter said the the field of music. superintendent in charge. Chief schedule of services is as follows -
Chicago Law School. Outside, struction sheets or to New Brunswick, N. J.
mankind.He church strongly supports compre- For evening of Evangelist will review the les : Sunday School, 9 p.m. The
an enjoyable Relatives asked
students are to
he should were handing out hend verbal explanations of meet at
::3 believes that membership integration: good music, don't fail to hear son. Devotional services with teachers ar-r Sister Mattie Joe the residence
free copies of the Nation cottage 138
have, and does have, a right "With the Negro leaders magazine.In do how to operate? a machine or these singers. This being Moth I the, deacons in charge, 11 a.m. Jordan and Mother Maude Mar- 2 I, on the grounds of Sunl and Apt.,
t to to, attend, sleep or eat teaching their race to set intermarriage a job tin. the morning worshipat
go it article criticalof er's Day make it a date to bring Song service by the choir. The During Training Center at 2:15 to
i was an THE POLITICS of p.m.
at such place he chooses, as their goal. segrega- chief evangelist will 11 a.m. Sister Natley Bryant -
any Kennedy's conduct of the tion have done incalculable your mothers. It will be a great preach. form procession to the church. \
but is prohibited by law or by That's a very good exampleof educational treat. There will be a Mothers' Day I a member of the Church of Duncan Brothers
recent against morticians
James
case R.
injury to both ,
some hypocritical means. Because white supremacy propa- Hoffa, who has said that the The human results ra The admission prices are: program 5 p.m. Miss Emma God in Christ, Gainesville, will are in charge. i
of this, he stresses ra- ganda.It ces. are adults, $1; children, 60 cents. Jean Hutto, supervisor. Evening be the guest speaker; dinner
Attorney General has b
cial equality and demandsto also noted some "fac- een before us in every large city worship, 7 pjn. The chief served, 1 p.m.; and during the MRS. MAUDE WHITE
carrying on a personal vendetta and in the rural regions of the
Ameri- tors" the IN MEMORIAM evangelist will again afternoon worship at 3 Sister -
be accepted as an dominating compar- against him. Those givingout South. indict preach. p.m. Final rites for Mrs. Maude
atively low number of mulat- They us in the Jn loving memory of our wife Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter. McCullens, Reddick, will al White of Johnson Fla.
the copies said they had statistics of literacy and who
can.In it tos in this country. They em- and mother, Mrs. Ella Bellamy so be the guest speaker.
the sixth paragraph were been paid for by the Interna- ployment and income. died May 6 at the Putnam County I
said "actions of the Negro ((1)) "housing" though it's an tional ortherhood of Team- We now wonder why. who departed this life May 7,, VOTERS LEAGUE Memorial Hospital in Palate ,
we
leaders seem to bear out the American privilege to 1 iv e sters, which Hoffa heads. have waited so long for the 1963.There The Voters League will meetat :ARCHER NEWS ka following a brief illness, will i

facts, that equal accommo- where one pleases, (2)) After the lecture, membersof attack on poverty. But it will is a Lord of pure de- the recreation Center Program Planned be conducted Sunday, May 10,
L dations is not their goal, but "school" though it's undemocratic the audience thrust out begin. When it does, we increasingly light, where saints immortal Wednesday May 15, at 8 p.m. The Spiritual Sterrers, singers at 2 p.m. from the Mt. Bethel
the complete amalgamation of to have two separate their issues of The Nation will reign. Death like a narrow sea,. to give every voter the oppor- from Williston, will appear in a Baptist Church. Interment will

the two races would be their school systems,(one for white, for Kennedy to autograph as bring change see political to educa action divides. Walter that heavenly Lord fromus. tion tunity to get first hand informa- Musical Program at the St. pe-I follow in the Gil Gal Cemetery. t
Bellamy, husband on the candidates running ter Baptist Church at 3
;
only satisfactory goal. one for black) and also it'sa he walked up the aisle. He did tion. It is, of course, long Mr. and Mrs. Otis Love in the second Services are under the direction I
son primary. Sunday in behalf of the
The Negro's "goal" is quite lot of money out of the so. overdue. and wife. i Womf of Hughes & Chestnut Funeral i
There will be
t I a demonstration en's Home Mission Society. I; Home. i i

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Friday... May 8.-. - Gainesville _Sun_u 5

\ I Airport Mural Catches Cary Grant's


Eye-It's Work of First Graders !i FEDERALQUALITY


r.r .LOS ANGELES (AP-While No one knew whose it was, to piece of children's art,". said i
reporters and photographersbuzzed ask the price. Inez Holt, principal, when the': HOMES

about, a group of artists The tag with the artists' iden- work was done <
discussed how much their work. tification had fallen off the back.A If a wealthy traveler buys i
was worth. citywide hunt for the crea-. their work the 14 remaining 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North ,
Til take $10, myself," said tors ended when,teachers at AIdania creators won't share the $10 -I
one."No Elementary School rec- or the $800,000 it brings. Except Gainesville Phone 3725113Hours "
$800,000," said another. ognized it as the mural of Bon- indirectly. It'll go to buy,
Actor Cary Grant and film nie Halfacre's first-grade class.: new books for the school
director Jean Negulesco were The airport, sponsors of a! library. j : .
among those who noticed the children's art display, returned! Paid Advertising
:It work a 14-by-3-foot mural the work to the artists Thursday. 1 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sun. 11-7 p.m.
; <- and made inquiries abouf buy- "That's my jet," said Larry
.
-,-'<-- ing it.It's Guitierrez, 8.
a watercolor called "a "I did the restaurants," said r 1S "Service is a MUST with Us"
trip to the Airport," and it was Carol Plumb, 7, pointing to what
done by 28 Los Angeles first- looked like terminal buildings.i
YdY graders. Grant and Negulesco Only half the original 28 are r
.
spotted it on separate oc- still in the school in Highland I
casions at Los Angeles In- Park, and Miss .Halfacre is I
ternational Airport.It working in Provo, Utah. The MOTHER WILL LOVE A
turned out to be priceless. children are second-graders,:I


Winged Flight now."It is an exceptionally good I ZENITH COLOR TVCOUCH' ..

; From Prison NOW
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First Moonshine Since Legal LiquorSheriffs When COLUMBUS a woman, Ohio called(AP to) re--I! ALL 7 a.m.YOUR to FAVORITE 11 p.m. 608 N.

I i port several hundred starlings I BRANDS
Deputy Dudley Garrett (left) and Thomas Dean, state beverage roosting at'the city's Central]: Liquors MAIN ST.
agent, unloaded 19 gallons of moonshine from the car trunk of a Gainesvilleman Police Station, Columbus Dispatch i Wines
, Wednesday. Charged with possession and transportation of moonshine columnist Johnny Jones Beer
whisky is Eddie Barton, 27, of 709 NW 10th St. (Sun Photo by Eddie Davis) theorized there had been a I FREE DELIVERY N. C' Florida's Largest DisplayOF

mass feathered breakout froma PAUL'S

I II "These prison a starlings:ew blocks," he away.wrote. Package Store ZENITH COLOR T.V. If

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FIRE CALLSAt at N. Main St. and 23rd Blvd. at St. and 23rd Blvd. at 12:30 p.m.,I 716 N. Main St. Day

7:04 p.m. yesterday, lawn 4:58: p.m. yesterday. yesterday. ___ __ ___ _______n .
mower afire 110 SE 14th St. Agnes Willis Philman, Rt. 2, I Special! ,
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP and Patricia Ann Young, Rt. 4, 1 F f
in a parking lot in the 3400 liIJl'JlIiIlltlIlllt. A
Joanne Harper Schmidt, 361-.
block of NW Eighth Ave., a t ... awwu 1) 1
; B Flayet II, whose parked car 3:13 y
yesterday.
p.m.
i was hit by an unknown auto
Morris Edgar Hoover, 1247 SEE OUR MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL AD SUNDAYDine r .
at Winn-Dixie. parking lot on
r NW: 31st Ave., and the parked
NW Sixth St. at 7:40 America
p.m. yes- Host
auto of. Kenneth Warrent With Your Gracious
terday. Knight. 618 SE First Ave., in TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON x
:, William David Ceely Jr., 221 the 300 block of SW Second Ave. Hair *
i SW 13th St., and Howard Carlton at 3:18 p.m. yesterday. SMOTHERED Favorite Dryer in three
.Gardner, 602 SW Second St., SALISBURY
I' Carol Conti, 6767 Raw 1 ings
i Hall[ whose parked auto was hit .; STEAK '
by an unknown auto in the 900 L, Steamed LuxuriousStylings
I I i FSU Gets block of W. Univ. Ave. at 2:15 Rice 67c .. K
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yesterday.
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I i Grants ForChemistry Richard G. Smith, 2204 NW j Salad Hot Roll .
I 29th Ave., and Henry M. Adnee, Butter w.
3233 NE 34th St., at NW 13th Hot Coffee or COMPLETE a ?? 1 1I
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II Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea >
a I Is Always FREE.
No*wonder
TALLAHASSEE Florida Louis Seafare shrimp f
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State announced Thu .I.IiUNIVER.SAq
University
tastes so good-they > d" ; tAY
rsday two federal. grants totaling. cook it just like I ,f' ,,

$1,584,529 toward a $4,334,529 they do their chicken!* fpimi CAFETERIALunch !
Chemistry Building which will Call them: ER2-6311

be erected next year. 309 florth West 13th, St Dinner 11:30 4:30 p.m.a.m. to to 8:05 2:05 p.m p.m.

The building, of contemporary. 1212 North Main Street
design, will be a triple tower-
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and will be adjacent to and con- I Conditioned O Open Daily & Sunday I .< .
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Building.The a'd'd I I Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491 I :: .r'

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tion awarded $1,046,525 of the The Famous Quick and Quiet Hair Dryer 1
I support for the building and Sk w- ": <>a s Four comfortable heats for professional
<< the National Institutes of Health .
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$538,104. The $1,584,529 total is J So quiet you can enjoy phoning or TV
more than three times the O Safety shutoffit cannot overheat
amount of outside support for New air softener" fan for gentler drying
any previous construction project ''e .5 X { Has mirror and large circular storage

on campus.A a. __ ;$ pocket I
state appropriation of $2- 2 0 Model 9932
750,000 will go kith the federal
grants toward building a nd 2 .t
equipping the big building, \
which will be the largest aca -
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170,000 square feet of flooi "c :. f I 1
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a committee of the Depart ;
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the building, said it i* expected \ ::: ::: ::.::':": \;f:' ,:. .... !
that construction will start! : :: .L Everything to dry hair beautifully. Four tern-
in 1965 and that the build peratures. Extra large hood. VVhisper-qu;
early ? y : & ,,, operation. Includes built-in nail polisher !
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Even though they admire its attributes, shape, and hand-smooth the body. ere Two tuck-a-way pockets In
tzt your total they picture themselves In something Finally, after 185 men have had a hand lid hold hood comb, brush. curl- ,
I the Ohio's is lowered onto Model 9938McDuff + .
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,j UF Hospital Auxiliary Hears mmm[ Rummage I Brides' BookTODAY I


May 8 -" Baptist Church, Mr. and Mrs.

I i Post-nuptial shower for Mrs. A. T. Fletcher, 11 SW 42nd

j Talk Robert A. Monroe III, the Street.
: by HousekeeperBy -
THEfomuy former Miss Janice Cannon, SATURDAY, May 9
\ 8 p.m., Mrs. Donald L. Thomas '
and Mrs. Robert E. Sullivan Wedding of Miss Glenda

I By LORAYNE BZOCH "r 5x'.r 'k..c, rr, ;"' y; L j hostesses, CommunityRoom Jane Moon, daughter of Mr,
I' More than 12,000 hours of volunteer lY ,. f;:5..1.4i.L of the Guaranty Fed- and Mrs. Richard I. Jones,
service in 1963-64 were f eral Savings and Loan Asso- and Barton Eugene ThrasherJr.
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recognized during the annual- b ciation. ., son of Mr. and Mrs. B*
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luncheon meeting of the University r-k E. Thrasher, 4 pjn. First
ate. Rehearsal dinner for Moon-
of Florida Hospital Auxiliary Baptist Church. Reception
t Wednesday at. the Holiday : 9k sail Ruth Weimer Thrasher wedding party following following with br'de's parents
v 'tc
I Inn when service' pins were x Women's Editor rehearsal at the First hosts.
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.r \ presented.Mrs. ,' ; I

) A. J. Vestal, director of ./ at o. LADIES SPORTSWEAR DEPT.

i Institutional Services at the AlachuaHospital
Health L I It GIFTS FOR HER
Center
was
guest speaker. ..
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FROM. OUR

t) Mrs.,Vestal explained the task a y, '

I and the problems of keeping a I 1f1f

I hospital clean, odor free and 3"4, wo'r Y YH
sanitary 24-hours a day, seven
I days a week. She related several
of her many "odd" experiences AuxiliaryAlachua
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.f!I t while performing her 'z t

t duties as executive housekeep ,
f er. General Hospital Auxiliary
I will hold its annual lunch-
In addition to her time dutiesat
eon and installation of officers
the Teaching Hospital and rJ Wednesday.The .
teaching FICUS courses for the r !R Nice Things Are Always AppreciatedSHE
county, she attends the university affair is scheduled at 1 I
as a student and hopes to pjn. at the Holiday Inn. r. WILL LOVE ONE OF THE FOLLOWINGSUGGESTIONS
{ get her degree. She has published During the business session
ed 50 articles dealing with following luncheon, the new by- Mrs. A. R. :Murphy, Mrs.
I executive housekeeping and re- laws will be voted, Mrs..FrankLee Ray Gamble, pictured left to

| lated subjects. president, has announced.The charge of the University City PARKING"I
,... .. ..._ Sport Bags Costume JewelryRainwear
t Mrs. Vestal has been with the = M" telephone mmittee rummage sale. Proceeds from
hospital since its opening in members plan to contact all place tomorrow morning at the Umbrellas
Mrs. Stanley Mathis, corresponding secretary, members. If any member is
1958.Mrs.. W. F. Enneking, presi. Mrs. A. J. Vestal, Director of Institutional Servicesat not called, she should make a parking lot, will be used for Unusual Boutiques Bermuda Shorts
if dent, introduced guests who included the Health Center, and guest speaker, and Mrs. reservation by calling Mrs. servation project. Mrs. Gamble
I L. R. Jordan, director W. F. Enneking, president.lose Raymond C. Philips, chair Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Pierson Billfolds Clutch Bogs
of the and man. and committee.
University Hospital ways means
( Clinics, D. T. Houtz, assistant i Mrs. P. R. McIntosh and Holley, Mrs. B. Lovvorn, Mrs. All reservations must be Hose by Archer Belts

director of Inpatient Service,. Mrs. R. Stern, 500 hours. L. McDowell, "Mrs. Robert made by Monday. Unusual Straw Hats Imported Spanish

C. W. Pruit, Jr., assistant Mrs. F. Agee, Mrs. W. H. Bei- Mautz, Mrs. H. Merritt, Mrs.G. .
| director of Professional Service, sler, Mrs. L. J. Benninger, Mrs.E. Millican, Mrs. R. Myers, Bathing Suits Han f Bags
D. Eitel, evening administra-i D. Bird, Mrs. P. L. Cadaret Mrs. J. A. Nattress, Mrs. G. R. CalendarOf 6
tor, D. L. Kohr, administrative' Miss M. Fraser, Mrs. J. A. Noggle, Mrs. T. F. Parkinson, 0 Suits Beach Wear
> resident and Hugh Sycamore, Gaban, Mrs. D. C. Goo dman, Mrs. L. S. Powers, Mrs. P. Regan -
assistant director of the New Mrs. H. R. Hinkley, Mrs. J. A. Mrs. L. Roberts, Mrs. W. 0 Dresses SkirtsBlousesCome

England Deaconess Hospital in Humphreys, Mrs. G. W. Lang- Sandeful, Mrs. Sisler, Mrs. R. EventsSATURDAY TIEt01nnIi11EnSTOSE
I Boston. don, Mrs. J. L. Morgan, Mrs.F. Stockstill, Mrs. P. E. Sullivan, In and browse you'll enjoy the cordial atmosphere -
I Also introduced were Mrs. R. Niccletti, Mrs. H. Norton, Mrs. R. Tassinari, Mrs. M. E. and personal attention of Silverman's Store
C. Einbecker, managing editor Mrs. V. S. Phaneuf, Mrs. R. Tyler, Mrs. H. R. Warfel, Mrs.C. May
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and you'll see beautiful merchandise personally
jl of "The Center", the hospital G. Phillips, Mrs. F. N. Rhines, Wilkinson and Mrs. R. L.
i publication and Mrs. Frank Lee, Mrs. W. E. Stoddary, Mrs. L. Williams, 100 hours. American Association of Un- selected by Faye Silverman!
I President of the Alachua Hos- Swanson, Mrs. J. F. Twigg, iversity Women, Garden Teah
pital Auxiliary. Mrs. E. Watts, Mrs. J. W. Wil- Mrs. Peter F. Regan III be- o nor ing state presidentelect -
the second life Enjoy the fun and privileges of a revolving charge ac-
Officers Installed son, Mrs. A. Lupkiewicz, and came Auxiliary's Dr. Lalia Boone, 3 to 5
Mrs. Marvin Brooker, 200 hours. member. p.m., Mrs. S. S. Koru, 1130 count. Application forms on request.

Officers for the coming year Mrs. L. G. Appell, Mrs. B. Mrs. R. L. Williams, social SW 9th Road.
were installed by Mrs. S. S. Barger, Mrs. J. Barry, Mrs. T. chairman, was in charge of the UF Agricultural Women's
Ballard, Northeast district director Club, Annual Family Picnic,
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Bartley, Mrs. R. Bolles, Mrs.K. arrangements. She was assisted -
r j 1 of the Association of Florida Bzoch, Mrs. J. T. Fisher, by Mrs. V. S. Phaneuf, Mrs.L. 2 p.m., Lake Wauberg, picnic Silv 9W4et
] i Hospital Auxiliaries. Mrs. A. L. Funk, Mrs. H. R. Jordan and Mrs. R. N. supper, 5 pjn. .
S They are Mrs. Enneking, pres- Hall, Mrs. J. Henry, Mrs. C. Vaughn.Fletchers Student Recital of the Gaines-
Ident; Mrs. T. F. Parkinson, ville Music Teacher Association, $249
president elect; Mrs. L.' 7:30 p.m., Kirby Smith School
l E. Grinter, vice -president; To GiveRehearsal Auditorium. Open to the public.
Mrs. W. R. Warfel, recording Veterans of Foreign Wars Reg. $4.95 ; 1r?
secretary; Mrs. Stanley Ma- Post 2811 and Auxiliary, Joint

this, corresponding secretaryand installation ceremony, 8 p.m.,
Mrs. A. Lupkiewicz, trea- DinnerIn dinner, 6:30 p.m, and dance, 9 ( 225 West University Ave. FR 6-3502

surer. p.m., Post Home. FREE PARKING, ON 1ST FEDERAL LOT
Mr. Jordan presented pins for Region 12, Daylily Show, CENTRAL PLAZA
service hours to the following
Gainesville High School, (Advertisement)
members: honor of Miss Glenda Moon luncheon this afternoon at her Teaching Auditorium, 2 to 5:30: "PLENTY OF FREE I Among male readers, advertising in newspapershas
Mrs. L. E. Grinter, 1000 and Barton E. Thrasher Jr., home complimenting Miss p.m. even greater readership than the sports page.

hours. whose marriage will take place Moon. --- .. ..
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clockin The bride's table was adorned
the First Baptist Church, Mr. with a miniature bridal doll,
Garden Club and Mrs. A. T. Fletcher will ivy and white chrysanthemum FOR MOTHER'S DAY OR ANY OTHER DAY, ROYAL CROWN GIVES YOU
entertain with the rehearsal din- blossoms. Shasta daisies were

Tour SetSunday ner this evening. The dinner used about the house and ar .
will be held at the Fletcher arrangement of day lilies was .
home. used in the niche in the Floriwroom. .
White roses in silver bowls More for your moneyIt's -
will adorn the supper tables Place favors, made by the
The Gainesville Garden Club
and an arrangement of white hostess, were tiny weddin
g RC'Half-Quarts cost
will the third and final third free!
sponsor like serving
candles, roses and miniature rings adorned with lilies of th< getting every
garden tour of the season Sun-
bridal doll will be used on the valley. Places were marked foj
day from 2 to 5 p.m. console in the dining room. the following guests: bottles but three servings
: the same as smaller king-size give ,,
The following gardens will be Those seated with the bridal Miss Moon, her mother, Mrs ,
open for inspection: couple will be members of the Richard I. Jones; Mrs. B. E
Mrs. Sadie S. Koru, 1130 SW bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. Thrasher, mother of the bride not two. Go Royal Crown-ofs the right one to bring home.
9th Road; Mrs. Fred Borland, Richard L Jones, parents of the groom-elect; his aunt, Mrs. Ad

2356 West University Avenue, bride-elect; Mrs. B. E. Thrasher die Malphurs of Jacksonville; t. tI
and the Gainesville Flowering mother of the bridegroomelect Mrs. Robert Allen of '

Parkway, Northeast :Main and and his sister, Miss Jean Mrs. William Charles Tampa Mayo, ..,...!....:,..........o..r..x.v......,.:.r..v.....{..,.. :..:.,..,"..;,w.:.;:.:,,'......::..........r.v..i.r..r::..........n.,..:. .i..ti.4.x.:.ww.!...>,.,4...:::..: ',:. :4i..:.... .......,.::.... .:. .. .. :::::' .?. <.I:: :i'fr:r.N ,f f
Northeast 10th Avenue East to Thrasher and Wayne Rickmon, Mrs. Janice Saxon, Miss J eaI iid ;,;:!::R Q.. xY.

Boulevard, South to Duck Pond. both of Orlando. Thrasher of Orlando, Miss Jan ...: ::.:.-...:Y 4,..xx..:'Y..R'";:;'q.S4tv.xy4.yh:f ii Yv.yr ;i.. .. ..: .. ... .:.. .ii .''iijJ.iriiiir.lS;!}. r
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of the various circles. with the bridesmaids Miss Carolyn Ridgell. '< '
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lose those extra pounds before This is not a good policy, but I Glass of skimmed milk or but r 4

the beach-picnic-vacation sea- suppose it is better than allow- .. :a .p: .. :: .. .. r
son rolls around! ing the five to 10 pounds to turn termilkLUNCHEON .... ...... 'v* J.:'':. _. __............. ., ,-j" '; _k..f';- h' ,',' ( -

into 10 or 15. One poached egg I
Ten pounds too many can
make the difference between I Then there those who One thin dry piece of whole
are re-
that nice slim feeling and a I main habitually about eight or Onehall.cup wheat toast broccoli The best cola is fresh cola... ; '
roll over the girdle, betweena 10 pounds overweight. this is
smooth thigh and a lumpy the most frustrating of all be- I One glass skimmed milk
one, and between a flat abdomen cause a truly lovely figure is so : DINNER CrownRC .:
and one which protrudes.It near and yet so far from per- Two crisp raw carrots go fresher go Royal ,
Baked fish ,(medium portion)
seems to me that thereare fection!
four classes of overweights. One-half cup green peas .., .
In missed the Shredded lettuce salad
case you preceding lemon
There are those who are defin- I
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itely overweight and do not 1
F plan to do anything about it. you my 9-Day Reducing Diet Fresh fruit cup .- Half-Quarts..best' buy in town
this week. You can lose from If you have missed some of ; : I
Them are those who are over "
five to 10 In nine the earlier '
weight and plan to lose but nev- pounds days. obtain the complete menus you diet in i may t '' _. .... ,.' Other fine. products of Royal Crown Cola Ox:Diet-Riie Cola. NeH. Upper 10. Par-T-Pak I
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Those ,In the latter group Dne-half grapefruitOne request for it to Josephine Low- ROYAL CROWN BOTTLERS, INC. ._. .a_'.__ fc _. J. E. HODNETT, Gen Mgr., Vice -Pref. II
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The report said that while al-
FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. A jeep from an Air Force C130 Blamed On cohol in small quantities can

tAP) Suburban residents cargo plane apparently fell out CLEAN-UP provide energy, a high alcohol
searched for almost an hour be- of the aircraft and parachutedonto \ diet displaces important nutri- .
fore they found the cause of an a power line. 1 e PniNr-uP \ I / Easy Living ents and accounts at least in ;
flXVPPU part for the metabolic diseases i
electricity failure Thursday. A spokesman from the Tactical !- s /
rtr WASHINGTON (AP) Top that come with alcoholism. .
When two employes of the cit Air Warfare Center at Eglin UP .
nutrition cut back The board said it was lower.
When two employes of the city Air Force Base said the jeepsare Q experts the ing the daily calorie count out
golf course located the trouble, normally secured in the 1 SMItN recommended daily calorie in- of concern for the ease of
no one believed them. plane. take for Americans this week modern American living and the
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minimums for vitamins and
214 N.W. 13th ST. Ph. 376-6472 maximums for calories cited HAYTHORNEINSURANCE

f GAINESVILLEALSO i Hoover and the FBI-40 YearsBy the cuts in its new recommended AGENCY

IN OCALA dietary allowances.

JOSEPH E. MOHBAT law enforcement.J. 70 next New Year's Day. But vigor. He maintains his weigh!t It called for a 200-calorie drop I 107 N. Main. 1

IT ISN'T GOSSIPYOU WASHINGTON (AP) Forty Edgar Hoover's name was President Johnson is expected at 169 pounds. In public speeches .: hi the daily quota for its "re Phone ,r 1I
years and seven presidents ago, to become a byword for relent, to issue an executive order todayto and in private conversation, ference woman"-a 25-year-old,,I FR 21433BEER
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;. torney general, Harlan Fiske professions of law enforcementand stay at the helm as long as he rats of society." 1't lwaii
\ Stone. intelligence throughout the feels fit.Today. I' A lifelong bachelor-he never
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"Young man world. Hoover marry K. WINE, MIXESLIQUORS ,
Stone told John Edgar Hoover, unquestionably, competition the FBI would giv
from 29, "I want you to be acting director Sunday will be the 40th anniversary is fit. His aides report him .his wife-Hoover lives in an ole 1 1
of the Bureau of Inves- of that historic job pro- to be in top physical condition. brick home in northwest Wash 1s
motion. And Hoover, 69, They say his annual checkups !
igation. now ington. One housekeeper attend l 1
525 to 5600 ; j jr shows no sign of quitting.He continue to result in clean bills Drive-In Windows :
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karate experts Tatsuo Suzuki and Tooru ;

Arakawa don't appear to be playing games as they .

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The Foot at right, Suzuki leaps in air above Arakawa. Notice i

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hand Is quicker than the eye. The guy who said that

never saw an exhibition of karate as performed by a trio

of Japanese experts who are in Gainesville at present. -T: T ',i- S'f

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ner: The hand and foot is quicker than the eye. 8. ; ..


Tatsuo Suzuki, Tooru Arakawa and Hajima Takashima,
three of the finest karate performers in the world, limberedup IS

yesterday afternoon at Florida Gym for their performance

tonight.It .

was dazzling people. Absolutely dazzling. Gator basket

ball coach Norman Sloan, passing by en route to a game of

handball stopped for a look with Richard Reisinger, profes

sor in the College of Physical Education, and your servant.

The three of us could only marvel at the dexerity of the

Japanese as they went through various karate maneuvers. a -


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art of karate, and it is an art, has been polished to

its highest form by Suzuki, Arakawa and Takashima. The for-

mer, especially, is close perhaps to being the world's great-

est performer. The fluidity of movement, the tremendous e..
quickness the remarkable reflexes to meet various move- ; ea tai' ,

ments all take place so rapidly that an onlooker becomes xa

transfixed. ., ,, /' .... \ ;

Sloan could visualize his basketball player with the foot- A5 i r "

work, handwork and reflexes to match the Japanese. They'dbe 1y t it

unbeatable.. Professor Reisinger could imagine gym classes

full of UP students with maneuverability of the type shown by

the visitors from Japan. There would be no more.stories about sy yw,, ;asp I
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I Yours truly could translate the poetry-in-motion flow to the 1
Three of the world's finest ka-
dance floor. Wow! What twisters and jitterbuggers must there By MURRAY CRASS New York knocked off Wash
be in Nippon.Dr. rate experts from Japan will ? Associated Press Sports Writer ington 9-6, Cleveland overpow- I
present an exhibition at 7:30 Tokyo.'V Credit Tony Oliva's' mother ered Baltimore 9-4 and Boston

Choule Sonu, a native Japanese doing research in coastal tonight at Florida Gym. and Fidel Castro for giving whipped Detroit 7-3.

engineering at the UF, gave a rundown on karate as The Japanese experts are Tat. Minnesota the hottest all-around In National League action, I
Suzuki Arakawa and Takashima "warmed It most hitter in the American I ;
f up. was League Houston A
suo Suzuki, Tooru Arakawa and nipped Los Angeles 2-1, 1
enlightening. Hajima Takashima. today. St. Louis stopped Pittsburgh
I Oliva, the Twins' rookie right 4-2 2.L .
Philadelphia outslugged
On World TourDr. Suzuki and Arakawa have 5Dan ; fielder, ranks second in the Milwaukee 9-6, San Francisco R

ratings, highest recognizedin t league with a .427 batting average edged Chicago 7-6 and New i
Sonu Informed that the three Japanese experts have the field and Takashima hasa : 18 runs batted in and seven York squeezed by Cincinnati L :

been on an around the-world tour to demonstrate karate. 4-Dan rating. Suzuki is con- home runs following his onslaught 3-2. f

The tour began in Spain, encompassed Britain, France, sidered one of the top five karate against the Los Angeles I

I Italy, eventually wound up at the Japanese Pavilion at the performers in the world. Angels in the Twins' 9-1 victory Oliva smashed the grand : d.
: slam his first in the t
New York World's Fair. The three Japanese experts Thursday.He majors, in .
the sixth
inning when the Twins
have been on a world tour and hammered two home runs, I
Here, Suzuki, Arakawa and Takashima put on three showsa have exploded for five runs and
come to Gainesville from one of them a grand slam rifled '
_ day to the marvel of thousands of fairgoers.Of the New York World's Fair two singles and drove in six wiped out a 1.1 tie. He singledin :
a run in the fifth.
course, most Americans immediately associate karate where they presented three exhibitions runs. The output gave hini a The left-handed II
with the business of breaking thick boards and rocks with the a day. .581 average in his last seven slugger's performance

I edge of a hand. This is all a part of it, true. Close Friend TRACK BATTLE games. Jim Kaat's paved third victory the way against for tLir : I

Bat pure karate, and this is what the Japanese do with it, Their visit in Gainesville iso The 23-year-old Cuban would one loss. Joe Adcock's second-
Is strictly for defenseif ever necessary-and it's strictly not even be in the United States --- '
see close friend Dr. Choue TONY
a
I inning home run was the only OLIVA
for sport. Sonu, research coastal engineer today, let alone in the AL spot run off Kaat. Raps Two .1
I Japan has karate clubs in great numbers as Americans who is studying at the Un- STARTS TODAYAction light, if Mrs. Oliva hadn't of- [ !

would play checkers, chess, shuffleboard, tennis or golf. In iversity. Dr. Sonu has organizeda fered some sage advice three lUlU en STK1IGHT BOURBON WHISKY 86 PROOF EARLY TIMES
organized karate matches, there are a number of judges who karate class at the UF and years ago. DISTILLERY GOUP1NY. LOulSVULE. KEITOCKY Cnocia64! .
award points on how well each karate contestant attacks and has some 20 members. He carries was to get under way champion St. Petersburg, Miami Oliva, in the country for the I

I defends. a 3-Dan rating. I at 1:45 p.m. today at the University Edison, Orlando Boone, first time, was homesick and Ii
of Florida track in the telephoned his mother for ad- -- -
Immediately BarredIf Karate is .a sport of such state Class B high school meet. Clearwater and Winter Park. vice.

magnitude in Japan that it compares Class AA and A competitionis Daytona Beach Seabreeze won "You can come back any ,tia

ever, and this means just once, a karate contestant loses as a physical fitness program set for 1:45 pjn. tomorrow. in Class A last year, nudging time; it is your home," Mrs. \

his head and actually starts a fight, he immediately is barred to American endeavors Running event finals both days Starke by a point. Florida High Oliva said. "But if you come i

permanently, from any more karate tournaments, clubs, such as football, basketb all, was set for 2:45 p.m. here, you may not get permis- .
l etc. He is black-balled forever. baseball, etc.Emphasis Gainesville High School, was in Class an easy victor last season sion to go back to the United

Kareate as does judo, works on a system of grades. The on the local show Starke and P. K. Yonge all B. States."

more proficient a performer becomes, the higher grade he will be on the use of karate for are expected to score points in There will be an admission Fidel Castro, of course, was

gets, going up the scale with experience. self-defense. Suzuki, who plansto AA, A and B competition although 'charge of 50 cents for students dictating departures at the ,

Suzuki and Arakawa are rated at 5-Dan. Dr. Sonu explain. write a book on the sport, none are rated title con and $1 for adults for afternoon time. That cured Oliva's home-

ed, for all intent and purpose, this is the highest ranking. is considered to have some of tenders. sessions today and tomorrow. sickness.

There are some men who say they are 6, 7 or 8-Dan but a the finest techniques ever seen GHS is aiming for first I The morning preliminary is Three other games were t s

5-Dan rating is the tops. Takashima is a 4-Dan Dr. Sonu in the sport. places in high and low hurdles I free. played in the AL Thursday.BALTIMORE -

himself is a 3-Dan. Suzuki is the head and chief with Marcus Jones, the mile
Dr. Sonu said that almost never, even in Japan, are karate instructor and representative of with Merrill Moore and pole I

fans privileged to see three such stars as Suzuki, Arakawa the All-Japan Karate Federa- vault points with Boyd Welsch t i 1 !f 1a I

and Takashim perform at the same time. Gainesville is be- tion. He also is a coach for Nihon and Hulslander. hijli4 -
ing offered a rare treat. in ;
University Tokyo. Starke's main strength will 1
When Suziki, Arakawa and Takashima limbered up yesterday Assistant Coach be in the weights with Tom CLEVELAND Night Game = 1j j i

it was noticed they wore wrappings on their right Arakawa is an assistant coachat Gardner. P. K. Yonge used Brandt cf abrhW 5120 Howser ss abrhbi 5034 I NEW YORK abrhbi WASHINGTON ab r b bi
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a day much to the delight of the onlookers. But even a All-Japan Karate Federation low hurdles is gone since the McNally p 2010 Francona Ib 2 3 2 2 cGonzalez Blanchard rf rf 21 1 21 1 0 0 Leppert Hunt cf c 2011 2000
5-Dan karate expert's hand can wear out, too. Youth Council. Takashima is fleet Blue Wave runner broke Stock aJackson p 0000 1000 Abernathy Grant p p 2212 0000 Howard c 4221 bKing rf 2000 --- 1nth
Boyer 3b 4010 Kennedy 3b 4 0 1 1
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two weeks Miller bKirkland 0000 1000 Mikkelsen p 1-0 0 0 Koplitz p 1000 !
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for Blanchard in 7th; d-Singled/ for Mik
, cans know talent when they see it and theJapanese have it. burg and Dunedin are ranked ser 10 and Cleveland Francona 2716.; McNally DP Brown Aparicio How-and kelsen in 7th; e-Ran for Tresh in 7th; 1

As Sun photographer Eddie Davis summed up yesterday as best in Class A tomorrow whileat Siebern LOB- ;Baltimore McNally 9, Adair Cleveland and 5.Siebern. ,Grounded New York _..out.....for....Kline......005 in Oth.Ml 102- ,
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karate. It was almost too fast even for a camera lens. school swim meet will open at I Stock ........... 2.3 1 0 0 0 1 ron New; York Richardson 12. Washington and Pepitone.5. LOB }
Haddix ..........1 0 0 0 0 1
They say seeing is believing so take in the show tonight. the University of Florida pool Miller ...........1 '2 2 2 1 0 HR-Skowron.2B-Lopez, Brinkman.SB Richardson Howard, Hinton.
You'll believe it if don't "see" BeatenIn Grant W 2-2 ....,6 2-311 4 4 2 4 -. ,Boyer j
it. Kubek.
even you tomorrow. Tym Abernathy ..... 2 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 ardson. Leppert. SF-Skowron Rich
HBP By McNally Grant Francona. !
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There will be a coaches meet U-Umont. DJV.uro PeparelU' Drum- Downing ........ 42-3 7 6 4 2 S
mend. T-2:32. A-3.942. Mikkelsen, W. 1-111-30 0 0 0 1 f
.. ing at 7 o'clock tonight and pre- SEC Net Los Ang. ab r h. Minn. ab r .h Reniff ....... .3 1 0 a 1 0
ors) 1 liminaries Pearson d 301 Rollins 3b 310 Stenhouse ... 22-3' 4 4 1 1
in all .u
swimming
Koppe ss 301 Oliva rf 524 Kopiitz ._.___... 11-3 3 1 1 2 0 !
1 i events will start at 9 a.m. to-I Moran 3b 400 Allison Ib 313 Bridges L,02 ,4 S 2 2 3 1
OXFORD, Miss. CAP- Adcock Ib 311 Hall d 411 Kline .. ........, 1 2 Z Z 0 2 jf
morrow. Diving preliminaries, Favored Tulane has taken a Rodgers c 401 Kellefw If 500 HBP-By Kline (Howard).' U-Kinnamoo -
;.T Thomas rf cOO 0 .
semi-finals and finals will be 400 Zim'rman Honichick Runge SmiftT2sa.
two point edge over Mississippi Knoop rf 300 Batley c 300 A-10,485. !
t gin at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Kirkp'trlc: If 300 Nossek If 000 B stM ab r h Detroit ab r h : l
State into second round playof Newman p 2 01 Vers'les s 411 Jones 2b 311 Bruton If 411
the Southeastern Conference Osinskl p 000 BrTnfld 2b 411 Bressoud ss 4 0 1 M'Auliffe ss 4 1 1,
AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUEW Finals in all swimming events Spring p 000 Kaat p 321 YtrTskl cf 3 0 1ash Ib 4 0 0
L Pet. G.B. I L Pet. G.B :will start at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow Tennis tournament. Duliba p 000 Malzone rf3D 4 1 1 Kaline rf 3 : I
Cleveland 11 5.611 I San Fran. 13 5 .722 aPiersall 100 Ge-ger 31 1 Demeter cf 4 I
Chicago 10 567 KNew Philadelphia 12 .447 1 with participation limited to the Foytack p 000 Clinton rf 1 1 1 Freehan c 4 0 1(
York 7 .5422 Milwaukee 12 t .600 2 Tulane wound up the first Totals 30 1 S Totals 34'11 Stuart Ib 40 1 Wood 2b 400,
Minnesota 10 10 .500 3 I St. Louis 12 .f .571 2'ti six in each event having the round competition yesterday a-Grouned out for Duliba In 7th. Cnigliaro If 4 2 2 Wert 30 3 1 1
Baltimore t .500 3 I Pittsburgh II 9 .450 3 fastest times in the preliminar Tillman c 400 Regan p I I 0 I
Los Angeles ............010 000 ooo-l
Detroit .500 3 Cincinnati 11 18 with while Lamabe 4 1 a-Horton 100
J24 3V4 12 the
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Minnesota .._......000 0130346.111112. -'
Boston es 11 .450 4 Chicago 7 10 .410 SV4 'ies. I ? I Navarro p 000 t
I 10 .44r 4 Los Angeles 9 13 .40 6 roons had 10. Tulane won in I RBI-Adcock, Oliva E- Totals 34 7 10Totals 32 a 6
Washington 14 .394 SV4 Houston 14 .391 6 V4 'I VersaJIes Moran. PO-A Los Angeles I a-Struck out for Regan In 7th.
Kansas City TODAY'S GAMES 7 II .389 5 'New YorkTODAY'S GAMES 4 U .200 *,V4 There will be diving exhibI every singles division.In 24-15 Minnesota 2716. DP-Kaat. Rol- Boston ..._............... 002 001 202-7 _
Chicago at LAS Angeles. N Los Angeles at San Francisco. N tions by the six best lins. Versalies and Bloomfield; KOPpaKnoop Detroit ...__.._.._....... 003 000 000-3 _-
1-
sin 1 e s play Alabama's and Adcock LOBLos.Nt -
Kansas City at N St. Louis at New York N g 5 1raia =
Minnesota.
girls. geles 5. Minnesota L 2B-Koppe. A RF RBI-Jones 2, Yastrzemski, Stuart 2, t --
Baltimore at Detroit. N Cincinnati at Philadelphia N Jamie Musalem upset first seeds son. HR Adcock, Oliva 2. HaIL S- Conigtiaro z. Bruton. Demeter. EYlstrzemsld -
New York at Cleveland. N Milwaukee at Pittsburgh N
Boston at Washington NYESTERDAY'S Only games scheduledYESTERDAY'S Gainesville High School ed Bill Tym of Florida, the Pearson. PITCHING Rollins. SUMMARY 27-8. Detroit, 2710.Freehan.DP-Bruton.PO-A-Boston Me-

Boston 7. Detroit 3 RESULTS New York 3. Cincinnati 2 RESULTS two boys, backstroker Forest SEC defending champion, 4-6, I IP H R ER BB SO I Auliffe and Wood. LOB-Boston 2. Detroit enjoy true old-style
Minnesota Newman L.1-1). S 1-31 4 3 3 2 4. 2B-Lamabe, Demeter. 38-
9. Los Angeles 1 San Francisco 7. Chicago I Hope and diver Mark Montgomery
Cleveland 9, Baltimore 4 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2 & 12.. xOsInski ........0 0 1 1 1 0 Clinton. HR-Jones. Conigliaro. S-'
New! York t Washington i Philadelphia 1. Milwaukee i in the meet. The GHS girls' ySprlng ............0 1 1 1 1 I Jones, Regan. Yastrzemski.
Only games scheduled Houston 2. Los Angeles 1TOMORROW'S DuliBa ...... ..0 1 1 1 1 0 PITCHING SUMMARY Bourbon
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TOMORROW'S GAMES GAMES relay team of Susan Penke, San a va n ced to the Foytack ....... 230 1 a 0 1 IP H R ER BB SO Kentucky
Chcago at Los Angeles. N Los Angeles at San FranciscoSt. dra Gill, Judy Feltham and semi finals of first division Kaat. (W.3-1) ..9. 5 1 1 2 3 Lamabe (W.H: f 6 S 3 1 *:
Kansas City at Minnesota. N Louis at New York x-Faced 1 man In ,th; y-Faced 2 Regan (L, 1-3) .. 7 7 5 5 0 2
Baltimore at Detroit N Cincinnati at Philadelphia Joy Roberts, will compete in play against Chuck Bleckingerof men in 4th. HBP- By Newman (Allison Navarro ... ........ 2 3 2 2 0 3 always smoother because it's slewdistilledr 1
Boston at'Washington, N Milwaukee at Pittsburgh the Tulane.: ). WP-Newman. )-Halier, Hurley Valentine. McKinley, Soar Sa r
.New York at Cleveland. N Houston at Chicago 200-yard freestyle. Flaherty, Carrlgan. T227. A-U12. lerno. T-2:22. A-3.442.


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II Dodgers Fall to Colts s :x,,,v ,, eta WITHERS, PREAKNESS .PREP i




Top Races on Tap'

.1. By MIKE RATHET and has been onthe mound for only regular hitting over .300. around with the clincher on a
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Associated Press Sports Writer only two innings this season. The team is batting .235, eighthin i sacrifice and Al Spangler's sin- r r

"I know nothing whatsoever the league. 'gle. By ORLO ROBERTSON ment of clashing with the candidatesfor
Are officials of the Los An- F Kentucky I are two name
about it," said Dodger General Big Single Dalrymple hitless in 22 .; Associated Press Writer I
geles Dodgers beginning to be pre- Sports Derby winner Northern Dancer I the Preakness Prep. Knightly -
Buzzie Bavasi. "I While the Dodgers batting I
Manager were vious trips to the plate, ham- i Manner the
concerned with the sputteringstart The $50,000-added Withers and and runner-up Hill Rise in the won Chesapeake
haven't talked to on their problems, Tom Haller's off Hank .
anyone mered his homer Stakes at Laurel the last time
made by the defending and $7,500 Preakness Prep, mon- second race of the Triple Crown.
I
world champions? the Houston club. There's absolutely two-run single in the eighth Fischer following a single by ey-wise the top and bottom of The Preakness is at 13-16 miles..out and ran second to Hill Risein

nothing to it." gave San Francisco a 7-6 edge John Herrnstein, snapping a 2-2 the national feature events, top the Santa Anita Derby. Big

That seemed to be the big The loss to the Colts was the over the Chicago Cubs, Clay tie. The Phillies took it from Saturday's thoroughbred racing True Test I Pete is unbeaten in two sprint

question today following two de- 13th in 22 games for the Dodgers -Dalraymple's two-run homer there. Herrnstein had a double program because of their relationship The Withers, a true test of I races this year. One of his vic-

velopments-still another loss and left them, six started Philadelphia on the the speed, figures to attract field
games way and two single for night. x, aatv''a to the May 16 runningof a tories was in the recent Dela-
by the weak-hitting Dodgers, 2.1to behind the National League to a 9-5 victory over Milwaukee, Art Mahaffey, tagged for hom- the $150,000-added()()( Preaknessat of 11 or 12 3-year-olds. The I ware Valley Stakes at Garden

the Houston Colts Thursday I leading San Francisco Giants. 1 St. Louis defeated Pittsburgh 4-2 ers by Joe Torre and Eddie ? Pimlico. Preakness eligibles include the' State Park.

night, and a trade report involving The Dodgers are in front of only and the New York Mets nipped Mathews, needed Jack Bald-i 2W ax Calumet Farm pair of Kentucky I' Willie Shoemaker aboard Hill
Neither the mile of the ,
pitcher Johnny Podres. I the Colts and New York Mets. Cincinnati 3-2. schun's relief help before getting I one the Jug and Ky. Pioneer, R.N. Rise in the torrid stretch duel

Denied by the Dodgers, the In all, the Dodgers have I The Colts scored in the fifthon the victory.The Withers at Aqueduct or Webster's twosome of Traffic' t'
i at Pimlicoare :with Northern Dancer and Har-
of
report stated flatly that Colt! scored only 73 runs and hit only a single by Walt Bond, a Giants'went into the i 1 1-16 miles Preakness Prep and National and Black Moun-',, tack in the Derby is at Pimlico

officials had been offered .od.l 14 homers-eight by Frank 'double by Jim Wynn and Bob eighth trailing the Cubs 6-5, but f! limited to eligi- tain and A Deck, also] an entry. to ride the great 3-year-old filly, I

res, who in his only appearance Howard. Maury Wills, who col- i Aspromonte's sacrifice fly. Win- singles by Jesus Alou and Willie bles. But a top Preakness performance eligibleswill by Prominent among the noneligibles -, Blue Norther, in the 11-16 miles
the
on April 25 was struck in the lected four hits against the Colts ning pitcher Bob Bruce led off Mays-the third hit for each :I any of the unenviable assign- are Lord Date, Riot Squad I!'of the $20,000-added Black Eyed

elbow by a Warren Spahn pitch for a .303 batting average is the the sixth with a single and came -set up Haller's gamewinningsingle mean and Roman Coumn. Riot Squad 'Susan for 3-year-old fillies at

off Lindy McDaniel. MAURY WILLSFour will be ridden by Bill Pimlico. Blue Norther won the

Mays' three hits lifted his average who won the Hartack'j' Kentucky Oaks at Churchill
Hits Beck
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f Salt Lake Bees Iron Hand to .479. Billy Williams Kotys, last Saturday. Downs and Ashland Stakes at

went 4-for-5 for, the Cubs who Knightly Manner and Big Pete Keeneland I I before coming East.

pulle dout to a 4-0 first inning ::'.': 'V To Receive

lead, but couldn't hold it j AUTO FINANCE
Has Painted NailsBy ':

Finger Clemente Raps 'lt ,/ DIVISION OF
AwardsFORT
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Roberto Clemente hit a two- t Top -oil- GENERAL FINANCE CORP.

KEN ROGERS dent of the Pacific Coast out selling box tickets as presi- run homer in the first inning, :' 'c V Can Refinance
but Curt Simmons, now 3-2. and LAUDERDALE- Your Present Car and/or
dent of the club.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP-The League team in 1961, after Walter Roger Craig stopped the Pirates al Gables High School foot- Advance Additional Cash

iron hand that rules the Salt E. Cosgriff, her first hus- "Both the club and the public the rest of the way. The ball coach Nick Kotys and bas- On Our Special Low Rates

Lake Bees has painted finger band and the Bees' chief executive looked to me to keep a com- Cardinals scored all their runs ketball coach Marvin Beck of and Cut Your Paymentsby

nails.It was killed in an auto ac petitive sport alive." in the fourth against Bob Veale. Pensacola High will be honored r !/2 in Most Cases.

cident. She took on the added There have been changes in Al Jackson evened his record i i: this year at the fifth ann u a 1 $550 up to $5,000

belongs to Enid Cosgriff, task of general manager last I the Salt Lake club and in its at 3-3 by scattering nine Reds' j Southeastern Coaching Clinic. Just Call Us At 3762511or
the only female general manager I bleachers and locker rooms are In Our Office
fall, shortly before marrying a hits. Tim' Harkness' two-run Koty's gridiron aggregationwon or Stop
in professional baseball. ,Salt Lake physician, Dr. Mich- spotless. first-inning homer off Jim Maloney J.] the first official Class AA THE .. tte A" At 718 N. Main St.

Mrs. Cosgriff became presi- 'ael Murphy.It's There's one thing that gives gave the Mets a lead I, Florida state football championship -

the lady boss the heebiejeebiesmen they never lost. Charlie Smith | last November by downing
tell where the
tough to sliding into base. scored for New York in the sec- f Tampa Robinson while Beck's

Avis Leilicli lady stops and the boss begins. "I shudder when I think of the ond when he singled, stole second -!I cagers walked off with the cov-

"Just because I am a wom- cleaning bills," she said, "but if and came across on a single eted AA bas ketball championship BAD BRAKES? I

an, I can't let the players" think they make it safely, I forgive by Al Moran. JohnnyJSdwards i in March at Gainesville.

PresidentAvis I'm soft and soapy, she said. them." homered for the Reds. Each will receive a Jack Hard-
"When we have a problem with ED MATHEWS f
( ing memborial trophy, presented IIIo
Leilich was elected pres- one of the players I get together J Big Homer annually at the clinic to the

ident of Chester's Garage Cof- with the field manager,, { t4 .n!( top prep basketball and football

fee League for 1954-65 at a recent -Vedie Himsi, and decide on al e coach in the state.

meeting. Velma Simpson< policy. I .. CocaColaWins This year's clinic again will

is the new vice-president, Mary "But I don't intrude on the CINCINNATI NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO be held at the Galt Ocean M i le )
Kelly, secretary, Marian Kiser, abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi abrhbi Hotel with about 400 football,
men's aspect of baseball. Rose 2b 4010 Elliot cf 3000 Stewart 2b 3010 M.Alou If 5111 Title
treasurer; and Katherine Ellis, Klaus 3b 5020 Kanehl cf 0000 Brock rf 5220 J.Alou rf 5131 basketball, and baseball
Mrs. Cosgriff, who calls herself Pinson cf 4011 Hunt 2b 4110 Williams If 5240 Mays cf 5131 j-' 4A? 1
sergeant-at-arms. date e
coaches The
with Johnson 1b 3000 Altman rf 4010 Santo 3b 3122 MCCovey Ib 411 0 taking part.
a "young 40, speaks Robinson rf 4010 Harkness 1b 3112 Banks Ib 4111 Haller c 5022 Coca-Cola defeated Ginny'sHairstylist for the clinic are June 1014.
Virginia Myers led the loop and determination Harper If 401 OTaylor c 3010 Rodgers SS 5021 Shaw p 0000
yesterday at Palm Lanes witha a positiveness Cardenas ss 4010 Thomas If 3000 Bertell c 4012 Hiller 2b 2110 by eight pins last Outstanding coaches t a king
tion come from organizing Edwards c 4221 C.Smith 3b 3110 Cowan cf 4000 bHart 3b 2010
491 series. Jeanne Leland had Maloney p 2000 Moran ss 3021 Buhl p 1000 DVp't 3b-2b 5011 tight in a roll-off for the University part as instructors this year will \",' \)>wl
476. community projects in Salt aSklnner 1000 Jackson p 3000 Schurr p 1000 Pagan ss 3120 ; City Women's League cham- be Dave Nelson, head football .
478 and Virginia Overly :
Totals 35202 Totals 2373 Norman p 0000 O'Oell p 0000 tJ
Lucy Hodges and Polly Gabbert Lake for the past 26 years, and a-Grounded out for Maloney In 9th. McDaniel p 2 0 0 0 Bolin p 0000 pionship.The coach at Delaware, Wilson ., .

had 177 an uphill struggle to keep the Cincinnati ...... ..... .. 000 Ole 100-2 Elston p 0000 Duffalo apeterson p 1 1000 111 Waite and Tom Morris of Mem-
high games. club solvent. New York ...............210 000 MX-a cCepeda 1000 two teams finished in a
phis State, and Miami's new
I Herbel p 0000 1 tie for the when Gin-
Frances had an 1873 series E-None. PO-A-Cincinnati 2.New top spot FBRAKES.
Larsen p 0000 football coach Charlie Tate. Other -
I and a 671 high game. Splits i The Bees were running in the York 27-8. DP-Klaus. Rose and Johnson; dSnider 0000 ly's: won four from Old Milwaukee -
took C. Smith and Harkness. LOB- Cincinnati eSanford 0000 instructors will be named la-
were made by Mae Hill, 5-7; red when Mrs. Cosgriff 9. New York 4. Perry p 0000 I: and Coke lost four to I
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A Trudie Feather, 5-7; Dot Brooks aver-the fans stayed home. Harkness 2B Klaus.Edwards.Robinson SB-C.Edwards.Smith.HR- Totals 37 6136 Crandall Totals' c 39 0000 7 U 7 I Gainesville Gas.I ter.This will mark the first year RELINED
5-- "Six weeks after the death of IP H..R ER BB SO bStruckout
In 2nd
5-10 and Virginia Overly a-Singled for Bolin ;
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; Maloney L, 2.3 ....8 7 3 3 2 10 for Hiller In 5th; c-Filed out for n the roll-off, Coke had 962- that baseball has had a part of
79. my husband, she said, "I was Jackson W. 3-3 ...f 9 2 2 3 5 Duffalo In 5th; d-Walked for Larsen in U with Bonded Linings
the Fort Lauder-
U-Conlan, Harvey. Venzon Weyer. T- '83-967-2912 to 933-966-1005 proceedings.
7th; e-Ran for Snider in 7th. Ford Cher. Rambler
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i Night Game San Francisco/ ............ 040 010 02x-7 Ed Bastian and field boss
MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIAab E-None. PO-A-Chicago 24-8, San Francisco Mae Hill of First Federal led Frank Verdi will head the
REBEL 300"From r h bi abrhbl 27-8. DP-r-Haller and Pagan; Hart up
Maye cf 322 OTaylor 2b 3110 and McCovey. LOB-Chicago 9. San Fran 1 1CI the regular action with a stellar baseball end of the instruction.The .
Mathews 3b 4 1 2 3Allen 3D 4110 I
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rf 5111 Williams
Aaron rf 400 OCallison: 2B Rodgers. SB
The Darlington Raceway Torre c 411 2 Gonzalez cf 4221 J Mays. 1 be 204 high single.
Oliver Ib 400 OCovington If 4022 IP H R ER BB so
CAR RACE Carty If 411 OaAmaro Ib 11001 I Suhl .......... 12-3 6 4 4 0 0
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Menke ss 200 OOalrymple c41 12 I Forman ... .. 2-3 1 0 0 0 1.: Service, had 553; Alice York's Shea Stadium, home of
with top racing stars- Niekro p 000 OWine ss 3011 j McDaniel U 0.1 .2 2-3 5 2 2 2 0
your Smith p 000 OMahaftey p 2 0 0 0 I IGabr'lson Elston ........... 2-31 0 0 0 0 ]Resch, Brown's, 535; Jeanne the Mets, was a home run by
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you Bette Coke 516 Rita
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and the following out for Smith In 8th. Shaw ..... n n..1 2 0 0 0 0''Welsch, Rutherfords, 511; and
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3ack 1f Wings Nip Budweiser 32Gainesville .

L Nicklau.s GOLF Your Merc dealer Jimmy


invites tocompure
tBOW pog/r owIs" Wings tied up the Lynn Doverspike hurled the Grace Presbyterian vs. North Schlitz 002 000 1-35 you
City League softball race 1 a st victory for Wings, limiting Bud-I Central Baptist at 8 and Wes- Guy Clev. 000.132 x-68
night by scoring a 3-2 win over weiser to five hits. Bill McGee I ley Methodist vs. Southside Baptist Lester and McKoy; B r u m Moore's
r previously undefeated Budweis- was the loser for the defending. at 9:30. baugh and Lucius.
1 er. Both teams now have 4-1 rec- state champions.
City League Business League
ords.
OJNRARYQ) I %jf Extra InningsThe i Budweiser 001 000'100-2 5 Med Students 103 062 0-12> 13 4
A1 MANY EXMEORIt ItlN G In the other Construction game played, game went extra inningsand Wings 000002001-39 Sunland TC 015 623 x-17112 the fuel economyof
S A 10 Jwy Guy Cleveland Co.
NOW 'ME EI 8oSHOUW handed Shlitz a 6-3 setback. It was broken up in the bot- McGee and Erwin; Doverspikeand Bennett, Hoffman and Puppelo; 1.p.STARKE

ADDRE55 PO1N1-SUCNAS A1 1 was the first victory of the year tom of the ninth by a one-out Daughtery. Kent, Roberts and Tierney. a Merc I
homer hit Bi-
POW///N 0U1 lOPOoSE0 for Guy Cleveland. by shortstop Andy
1- i -' Hid off McGee.
ti CO BEHE with any I
NA7JRAL,ANDCON6CIOUyL Budweiser took a 1-0 lead in
-( ELBOW P NEVER BudveiserPlays the third on an error and hit.
'X UKNEpoR
7WI5tEp..fyic. Wings went ahead 2-1 in the competitor'soutboard I
sixth on four hits. I

Host ,Garland Wallace, Don Fulton I

li and Biliki had two hits each TAA.KAmixes
To Atlanta '9' for Wings. of similar I

'.. Trailed 2-0

_.r Budweiser takes on the strong Guy Cleveland trailed 2-0 going horsepower I

Charlie's Tradin' Post team of into the fourth, scored once, II Q
added three more in the fifth ,
Atlanta tomorrow night at 7:30
AS YOU / I '\ e at City Park with all proceeds and two in the sixth. Ollie Pow- mixes easy -Qt add people I
I ell homered for Schlitz
Glzlpn4E I \ I Club in the
a.tJ YOUR going to the Boys' equip- seventh. ,
t.t'O'NE7OLJL.P //If c ment fund.Charlie's. Fuel economy is engineeredinto
GIN .*4 Tradin' Post has a Ray Burnsed and Lou Johnson every Mercury outboard.The .
-r..E'. : SAnE !4 small-bore, short-stroke
had two hits each for Guy
1'0711"1 ON veteran team that won 21 of design is one of the reasonswe
AS WI..U'N t1NE its last 23 games last season. Cleveland. Clint McKoy hada J can do it. "
ARM5NANC pair for Schlitz.In .
;, u, The Atlanta club annuallytours a pair of Business League The small cylinders in a Mere t'
NORMALLY : the East, Midwest and are more efficient in converting
Jr, Al YOUR ; Southwest playing topcaliberopposition. games on Field No. 2, Sunland .fuel into useful energy
161nA &. Training Center outlasted Med- than the big cylinders foundin
ical Students 17-12 and Fulps CHOOSE YOUR other outboards. Harmful
The Atlantans bank the is minimized be.
on SIZE: pre-ignition
Radiator edged General Elec- ,
a.atane..a. outstanding pitching of James cause the combustion is more
tric 43. easily controlled in the small
Crocker James Brown and Bud Quarts
Tonight's GamesTonight's cylinders. Not so in "big-
Ausborn. Fifths bore" outboards. Merc's
C hue h League
Crocker is labeled one of the will send Parkview Power-Dome combustion
Will
Baptist -
Player games PintsOOmF chambers boost the power
finest in the world. He has a against First Methodist at and further reduce fuel

great variety of pitches plus 6:30, Latter Day Saints meet o consumption.Meres .

amazing control and a deceptive Highlands Presbyterian at 8 and tolerate a greater de.

Be Content changeup. Kanapaha Presbyterian faces AA gree of spark advance whichis Florida
Budweiser has a 3-1 record in First Baptist at 9:30 in gameson necessary efficiency for at maximumfuel cruising

the City League, after losing 3- Field No. 2. Games on Field speeds. This makes Merc's
2 last night to the Gainesville No. 1 find First Presbyterianvs. fuel economy linkage more I
at 6:30 effective than those on competitors' PHONE:
I With ParsFORT Wings. Calvary Baptist "big-bore" out.
boards. Merc's fixed-jet car. ;
buretors and balanced intake 964-9791
I Baseball Games manifold improve fuel econ
WORTH, TeL (AP- in the rough on only one drive, Regional omy even more by meteringout
Gary Player, first-round leaderof and they each took par on those the exact amount of fuel
--
the $75,000 Colonial Natonal: holes. an engine needs at any speed.
Class AA A B
Invitational Golf Tournamentwith Only Two In. TodayRegional Mercury's lower unit design

a crisp two-under-par 68, They were the only two players and Jet-Prop exhaust reduce 36 MONTH
says he will be happy with in the 72-man field to shoot baseball tournament Region 1 Pensacola High underwater more efficient drag..givingyou power at

straight par from here on out. ub-par golf. The last time par games in Class AA, A and B vs Jacksonville Ribault at Ri- the prop. You get maximum BANK RATE
"I'm not greedy," the slim proved so tough for an opening are being played today and tonight bault, 2:30 p.m. mileage from every drop of
little South African said with a day was in the 1963 U.S. Open. with finals set tomorrow, t fuel that you use.
grin. "I'll take three 70s." Grouped at par 70 were Gay Floyd Lay, executive secretary Region II -Sarasota vs. either Mercs will consistently give FINANCINGiscounf
The heavy wet weather which Brewer of Dallas, Ray Floyd of of the Florida High School Acti- Tampa King or Tampa Robinson you more miles per gallon and
more miles hour than
hampered many of the big St. Andrews, Ill., Al Besselinkof vities Association, said today. at Tampa. competitors' outboards.per Your e
names in Thursday's opening Merchantville, N.J., and Jerry The state event is set next Region III- Orlando Colonialvs. Merc dealer likes to compare
I I apund was predicted again forItoday. Edwards of Fort Worth. week. West Palm Beach Forest Merc's economy with other
Hill at Forest Hill, 8 p.m. outboards.See him soon.See
Accurate driving, always Arnold Palmer blew to a fat Pairings: how you can get more RUN for
[J important on the 7,122-yard 75, one stroke ahead of Jack I Region. IV North Miamivs. your money with Mercury...
Miami Beach at Miami
f.
Colonial, was especially vital Nicklaus at 76. 100.85,65.50.35.20.9.8. D
Defending Barbers Roll Beach, 7 p.m. 6 and 3.9 hp outboards and
because of the weather.
Julius Boros shot
champ a 77. Class A K MerCruiser Stern Drives...
This 110 to 310 hp gasoline 60
year's Colonial field is ;
One stroke behind was scrappy o By SpotlightsPlummer's Region I Tate of Gonzalesvs. and 100 hp diesel.
Tommy Jacobs of Bermuda probably the strongest of any Marianna at Marianna, 3
Dunes, Calif., who also playeda tournament this year. Of the Barbers rolled
near-perfect round off the tee. current 50 leading money win- over Community Spotlites 24-3 p.m.Region II Palatka vs. Eus- :

Both Jacobs and Player were, ners, 45 are competing for the last night in a Community tis at Leesburg, 4 p.m. Prices
top prize of $14,000. League softball game at Lin- Region III DeLand vs.Dunedin .
Player, former PGA and Mas- '
coln Field. at Dunedin 7:30 pin
t Four State tern champion, is making only Region IV Plant City vs.
his eighth start on the 1964 professional The winners scored eight runs Riviera Beach at RivieraBeach
tour. He finished sec- in the first, second and fourth 3:30 -
I : p.m.Class
Golfers VieFORT ond to Boros in the Colonial last innings en route to the victory. B

year. Player is 13th on the offi- Tommy Hankerson had three Region I Jay vs. Apalachl L ( : IIW
cial money list with $13,840. hits and Willie Lewis, Ralph
cola at 3:30 ,
LAUDERDALE (AP- Alfred Johnson Apalachicola, p.m

Four Florida golfers meet todayin Brockington and Larry Watson, two each for Region II Pierson vs. Crystal : ,-.JJ trr
the semifinal round of the All-Star Plans the winners. River at Crystal River, 3:30 Sazerac Co., Inc., New Orleans La.
Southern Women's Amateur Golf 80 and 100 Proof.Distilled from Grain
will send
Tonight's games p.m.Region
Tournament, assuring the State III Oviedo vs. AvonPark -
Set by FrickNEW Duval Shoe Shop against Spot-
Avon Park 7:30
since 1952. at pjn.
first champion
of its lites at 7:15 while Lincoln Estates by
Region IV- Jupiter vs. Boca
Nancy Roth of Hollywood was YORK (APPlayers) meets Sunland Training
Tish Preuss of Raton at Boca Raton, 2 p.m. .vMERC- ThunderbirdCobia
pitted against
managers and coaches will vote Center at 9. '
Pompano Beach and Maureen for the major league AllStarteams Spotlites 0 21 00-3 5 I
Crum of Plant City opposedMrs. in mid-June. Plummers 880 8 a-2415
James Lee of Coral Ga- F. Johnson and C. Johnson; A.
Commissioner Ford Frick announced Johnson and Lewis. ,
When this AND OTHERS
bles.Miss I selection plans Thursday you see -
semifinal
I Crum won a

berth champion by Mrs.defeating Paul Hendrix defending of held for July the 7 at game New that York's will Shea be; Penn State Hope 1 e

Stadium, the majors' newestpark. t
Chattanooga, Tenn., 2 and 1. UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa, ,.
(APJeff Persson, 6-foot-3 Sharon
Barbara
Miss Roth downed a sow T.CENTE.i
La., Walt Alston of the Los Angeles i High School basketball star
Faye White of Shreveport, .
Dodgers will head the Nation t will enroll at Penn State next
in the quarter-finals.
1-up League team while Yogi Berra l fall. Persson also is an infielder. .

Mrs. Lee moved into the semi of the New York Yankees or I er.

I with a 5 and 4 victory over Bea Lopez of the Chicago White So:
of Fort Lauderdale and Sound's Wonderful!
Morley will manage the Ameri can GatorNeptune
Miss Preuss outstroked Mrs. team. Ask for FREE BookletOn PAA

Scott Probasco of Chattanooga Ralph Houk, who managecthe Better Hearing

2 and 1. Yankees to the AL pennan:t GAINESVlLLEHEARING
AID CO.
tournament is being last season, has moved up t o
The 620 N. Main FR 6-0095
P nlaved over the 6,256-yard, par general manager. AND
Coral Ridge Country I

36-37-73 Club course. I you'll be glad you bought a Plymouth MurrayNorth

The final 36-hold championshipround I :
WEAK MUFFLER!
was scheduled for tomor- Plymouth's engine and drive train warranty* e I

row.Jacksonville. has 26,000 miles more to go.

I Ford and Chevrolet warranties on these parts end here.If Florida ;


SOD : LARGESTMercury !


I IIockeyTeam you keep your new Plymouth for ranty. If you trade it earlier, you'll 50 hp/Four Cylinders j I

5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever have a car which should be much jI

; In Eastern comes first, you'll be protected all more attractive on the used car 'I

that time by this remarkable warmarket Either way you're far ahead. Outboard

t JACKSONVILLE (AP-Jack.
and New York City *HERCS HOW PLYMOUTH'S STRONG 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS YOU: Chrysler Corporation i''
sonville
warrants for 5 years or 50,000 mies.whichever comes first. against defects in materials and work. DEALERI" '
have until May 28 to meet East manship and wilt replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of \
League requirements business,the engine block head and internal parts Intake manifold water pump transmission case InERCURYSILVER I II II
ern Hockey and internal parts(excluding manual dutch). torque convertor.drive shaft universal Joints rear axle ANNIVERSARY FLEET I
to expand the organization and differential and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles,provided the owner has the engine i
9 to 11 teams next oi changed every 3 months or 4.OOO miles,whichever comes first the ol fitter replaced every secondof
from change and the carburetor air filter deaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years,.and every
season. MUFFLERSlGUARANTEED 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and requeststhe C 1964.K ftlllefet CofportboH.font it Uc. i
i League officials ended a three- [ dealer to certify(1)receipt of such evidence and(2)the car's then current mileage. waconsa..ndioronto.lubs4.gor C- BniMvkk! I

day after conference unanimously here voting Thursday Tues-, Imagine what this can mean to resale value!

day to admit Jacksonville and
the New York Rovers, one of (
the original teams when the
league was formed in 1933. The FOR LIFE OF CAR
Rovers dropped out several Hawes-Powers Motor Co.
years'ago. I INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT! EXCLUSIVELYIN i

League president Tom Lock- anon tronsf able GAINESVILLE AT j 1

hard said the Jacksonville and Plymouth Chrysler -- Imperial Valiant and Simca.
New York entries were discussed FRANK'SMARINE I
but nothing had been decided THE SALES and SERVICE .

when the Conference end iFI .
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Jimmy ;
; We Will Not Be Undersold or OutTradedOPEN ,1 1i
ed.The
conditions for entry were l Mercury Sales-Service
the posting of a $10,000 deposit; EVENINGS Trade-Ins
guaranteeing that 75 per cent oi I 1037 S. MAIN I ST. Moore's jl

the clubs were locally owned; HO, s COODYEAR DEALER i 204 N. Main StreetPhone FR 2-2561 FR 6-7629 i .
and contracting for a year'slease i !

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CofCs in Area MARKET o FLASHESNEW I By




YORK (AP) The shares. AP

stock market was mixed in moderately American Telephone eased H NEW

! To Convene Here active trading at the to 141% on 1,500 shares. are ii

opening today.
Raytheon rose Vz to 20% on expands.
Changes of most key stocks
those in
J Representatives of chambers sional issues during the session small. 1,500 shares. American Tobaccofell
were can't find
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28 at the % to 34% on 1,000 shares.
of commerce from 15 northeast scheduled for May
Opening blocks included: Gen-
ly high. :
Guaranty Federal Savings and Sperry Rand opened unchanged ...
Florida counties. will meet in .
eral Motors, up V at 89% on
Loan Building.The at 16 on 1,500 shares. Just
Gainesville May 21, to plan a 4,500 shares; U. S. Steel, up % I
Gainesville conference is Ford rose % to 56% on 4- in April-
t continued promotion of industry a local version of the United at 56% on 3,500; and General 500 shares.On seasonal
development for their areas. Electric, off % at 82% on 2,500.
States Chamber of Commerce
Unchanged, Kennecott open- 1,500 share blocks, Curtis Some
, Banding together as the Florida
held in 15
being key
Crown Council of Chambers meetings ed at 85 on 3,000 shares and Be- Publishing was unchanged at ployment

of Commerce, the expect. cities across the United States. thlehem at 37% on 1,300. 14% and Meiro-Goldwyn-Mayer the labor

ed 50 delegates will be the Registration cards for those Montgomery Ward was un- rose % at 35%. too much.

guests of ,Gainesville's Sperry wishing to attend the meetingare changed at 38% on 1,200 shares. Yesterday the Associated ficials are

Rand Corporation division and available at the Chamberof Standard Oil (New Jersey) Press average of 60 stocks rose report it's
1 __ ..
will tour the company's local Commerce office.Readers'. dipped % to 88'/4 on 2,200 .9 to 307.4, a new high. II.Somewhat

facilities. :chances of


Mitchell Local Chamber currently Manager serves Bill as I I Request I !:I cent The Animal' Course Science Dept.Opens, University of Florida, ad-

president of the Council and IF IFTM any one 13th annual Beef Cattle Short Course. The

will head an afternoon business :or looking :I with registration of more than 600 Florida cat-
meeting that will elect new officers ployment Davis)

as well as map out the ( following market quotations I of this

industry development program. of are the requested Sun financial ipeclflcally page. by The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS wants to

tions art furnished by PUrct, Wul- 'II
Mitchell reported that the I here.btrn) Murphey Investment Service job.The to Produce

organization was formed sever
I
al years ago to enable the 15. NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE Data Control --...... -.... 38% Fla. Tel 27 '.keeps

county chambers to work together Fulton Inds. ...- m Forrest Labs 23% million,
for increased area and Gen Develop 4% than a Consumer
business development. : Abbott Lab .....,...--- 2.40 112% Mackey Airlines __ 6% Founders Life 9%

I Allied Cem 1.80 54% Mead Johnson ._. 19% Franklin Life 59% But the

Council conferences are Amerada Pt 2.00 83% Pac NW Tel .... ...... -_.. 22% Great Amer. 16% ing just Animal Husband speak on the controversial sub-
scheduled quarterly with various
committees named, each Am Elc Pow 1.16b 41% Philips Elec. -.w.--, .. 43Vi Grolier 392 Part of S. Baker stressed that ject of beef importing and exporting -

session to work on common Amer Enka 1.40a 64% Redwing Carriers ______. 12 Gulf Life 56% discussed steers will do better Cushman Radebaugh,

Amer Home 1.44a 67 Ric Group 8% the fact a grass hay on drylot immediate past president of the
problems of the 15 chambers.The Herff Jones 13%
Amer M Fdy .90 21% Sperry R. Wts. ________ 7% next fed on frost-killed American National Cattleman's
_.. 65%
Home Insurance
Sperry tour is a continuation -Armco Stl ....--.-.. 3.00 73 Syntex 7218 numbers pasture. Faster gains re- Association, Orlando, also was
Jax Minit Mkts _. 6%
of a Council program designed Atch Topka 1.20a 28% Tampa Elec. 25 --- ----- reaching he noted. scheduled to speak today.
Kennasaw _....... 12
to acquaint delegateswith Bauch Lomb 1.20 36% Tech Measur. .....-...... 18% Life % seeking I Commissioner of Ag The Beef Cattle Short Course
Life of Fla 5%
the leading industries of Baxter Lab .36 23% TWA Wts. 21% I Doyle Conner was to ends tomorrow.
Lowes _________.18% in
But
Company '
each member county. Beckman In _____ 54U Valspar blank,
-
Milgo Electron. ..... ..-.-. 11% ing
Beech U S 1.10 49%
Another meeting called "The MUTUAL FUNDS Mort. Guaranty Inc. 29%
labor
Bristol My _._...... .80 67
Gainesville Arcade for Citizen Affiliated Fund 8.89 Pacific SW Air 47%
Brown Shoe .... .., _. 3.40 92% Attractive Stewardship
ship Action" was announced by i Capital Life & Gr. 10.30 Schlitz Brewing 50% now and
Brunswich _.._, 10%
Franklin Bennett, chairman of. -- --- Divers Growth _.__..-._ 9.94 Secur. Life & Tr. 52% interested
Cambell S ....w.2.40 38%
the Chamber of Commerce con- Dividend Shares ...w........,. 3.77 Southern Nitro. ______,___ 17 enter the
Carter Pdt ..,. ... l.OOa 19
gressional action committee. i Dreyfus ....-.-.. .._ 20.65 Travelers Ins. 48% as the Proclaimed
Case J I __.-..-...... 14%
Fidelity Capit .-..-........ 11.42 can
Gainesville business and Cessna Air 1.00 27%
professional w.- -- Fidelity Fund ,.._ ...,,..,,. 18.03 Purchases 402,931 in their
leaders will get acquainted -Ches Ohio .... 4.00 73%
Fidelity Trend ___ 19.12 Short Sales ._..,.. ..,.... 3,924
Modern a theme of "To Each [sibility which each citizen has
with major -Coas S Gas ________ 35%
congresTODAY'S Fund'tal Invest .,,,..,1T. .......... 11.02 Other Sales ......-...-... 417,358 made it A Share" Soil Stew
CBS ., ._... _1.80b 46% in meeting the responsibilitiesof
Income of. Boston 8.47 Total Sales .... -..._ 421,282 ried Week is being ob "
Comb 1.20 27
Eng Incorporated Inc. 9.88Ke'stone Advances _____________ 593 housework nationally and statewide I soil stewardship.
II
.80 18%
Cone Mills
K-2 _.. 5.66 Declines _. ........ .. 472 I
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Also
DOW JONES Robert N. Morris
Contl Airl _. ... .40 25% of Tampa,
-- Keystone S-3 16.80 ..,. .... 266
Unchanged
Conti Ins .._._..... 2.20 57% ment of week was proclaimed president of the FACD said
Prey Close Components 1st Ilr Keystone S-4 4.78Life : Total Issues -.-..-..,....-.1.331 ture is a by President Lyndon t
.. 95%
Contrl Dat -- Investors .......... 21.01 New 1963- 4 Highs 74 and in Florida by "Soil Stewardship Week is cele-

830.17 | Indust I up 1.02 Corn Pdts ...-- -- 1.50 62% Life Stock Fund .-..,-....,, 8.09 I New 1963-64 Lows .W.-_ 34 This is Bryant, who said 'brated in Florida and the nation
199.57 I Rails I 0.33 Delta Air U-----" 1.60 86% Mass. Inv. Stock !
up 16.56
than one : is to remind all peG- to remind Americans of
.60 15
Det Steel Mass. Inv. Growth _____ NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
141.00 I Util I 0.31 8.75 their to God
up Emerson El _._..-.. 1.00 43% Pioneer Fund 9.66 Volume Company close.Clige son. Often- obligations their responsibility to God andto
-- of soil and
289.90 I Stocks I up O.4t Fair' Camra .50g 26% Puritan Fund __ needed our wa society to conserve and wisely

5,600.000 I Volume I 2,090,000 Jim Walter 1.00 35 Putnam Growth ,-... 15.79 9.70 467,700 Chrysler 50% up 2% often it is industrialist.'A other resources.of Soil Stew. use our resources of soil and
264,900 Tex.Glf Sul. 49% off 2% a higher'
Finanl Fed 56% "
TV & Elec. ,. ., ... 8.17 water.
? ? ? ? Week is sponsored by
Fst Chartr ._......-.1.971 391 Value Line Inc. ... 5.57 92,000 Lep Val Ind 2% up % sired Association of Soil

Fla E Cst ............ 10% Wellingtonfund ..- -15.10 80,600 RCA 34% off % sive Police

Late Food Fair _........ ...... .90 22% 77,600 Curtis Pub. 14% off % ate r Conservation Dis Dogs
Morning ; in this area, by Soil
OVER THE COUNTERAlioo 74,700 MGM 35% %
F bC Corp w.-....... 1.00 56% up You
Gen Tele .-.......- .88 33% Land _._ 7% 56,800 Ford Mtr 56% up % Districts in Ala- Halt Harvard
N. Y. Listing Ga Pacific .._- l.OOb 65% Amer Fidel Life __ 24 51,200 Amer Mtrs 14% off % Levy Counties., G 11 c h r 1st and

Getty Oil -........... .10g 25 Amer Heritage T .- L-t., 19% 51,000 Roy. McBu 15% up B. chairman

Grace Co ........-. l.OOb 54% Amer Nat. Ins. .. .-._...,..., 22% 50,000 Phizer 47% off % Driving Bishop, of Dorm Raid
Soil Conservat ion
All Is Chal 18% IntPap 33% Heine Curt .80 20% Amer Pion'r Life ____._ 6% 47,300 Gen Mtrs 89% up % Freeman

Alcoa 7'y. Jones&L 77% IBM 5.00 583U Anheuser Bush .-......-..,L 52% 46,100 Mack Truck 47% ahead said, "This year's ob-

AmAir 481 KaisAl 40% Int Min C _..m..r.-, .. 1.80a 76 Anodyne _... ? ?, -. 4% 41,400 Surray NY 31% off 1 big tool with the Us theme A CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -

AmBrk 54 Ken'cott 85 Int Tele .._.._........._. 1.00 58% Citizens Bank ..?,..,..-._ 35 39,400 U. S. Steel 56U up 1% on the underscores Among the What began as a raid on
AmBdPar 38% Lig&My 81% Conn. Lt. & Pow 39 39,000 Xerox 98 % "Oh," respon-
Kellogg .._.. .._ .80a 43, up Radcliffe women's dormitories
AmCan 44V Loch'dLorillard 33% Lehman Cp 1.34e 29% Cowles Mag & Pb. 13% 43,500 Cinerama 8% off % off any erupted into a noisy three-hour

AmCyan 67% 464AmMot Litton In ,-.._.-.. 1.98f 65% Dun & Bradst. -T----.t,, 66% 38,800 Massey Ferg 22%up % Then Ends demonstration

14% Mag'voxMM&M 37% Lone S Cm _____ 1.00 22% Firs West. Fine. ...-.-..-? 16% 31,300 Syntex 72% off 1% read the by nearly 4,000

AT&T 141% 62 Marsh Fld ..-....... 1.60 39% Florida Gas w.--.r. 12% 20,500 Univ. Controls 5% up % I _"Can't," Harvard students Thursday

AmTob 31tt Mohasco 13% Martin M 1.00 18 Fla. Nat'l Bank ------ -- 61% 18,600 Mack Trk Wt 24% up % "It's By night.
Ampx Cp 16Vs Mons'to 754
McG Hill .-.-......-. .60a 37 The outburst
Anaconda 44U MontWd 39% was brought under
Mead Corp 1.70 49
Armour 517i NatDair 78% Firemen control after the arrival of
Merck 2.OOa 1131.2 YOUR
Babcock 57% NatDist 27 MONEY'S
Natl Airl .80 49% three Metropolitan District Com-
BethSU 37% N.AmAv 46% -
N Y Centl .,-......... .50g 34% (AP) U.S. mar .mission police dogs and their
Boeing 45% 51%
Penney
Nia M Pow 2.00 52% a court order early trainers.
Borden 71i PRR 47s.
Norfolk W ... 6.00 127% the last of strikes
Brunswk 108 PepCola 52% -.r. Help for Small BusinessBy Police called for the dogs aft-
No Ind P S .........- 1.48 56% four railroads by fire Harvard's dean of Rob-
CaterTr 59% PhilMor 81% er men,
No Nat Gas 1.80 52 the elimination .
ert B. Watson without
Celanese 71 PhillPet 51% pleaded
Olin Math 1.20 46% of firemen's jobs
with the students to dis-
Chrysler 51% RCA 34% success
Owens U G 2.50 972 Sylvia ; arbitration ruling.
ComEd 48V& RepSU 45% ; ; perse.
Pac G & E 1.00 32 served the tem
ConEdis 85% Revlon 35
Pac Lting .,......._. 2.40 59%: A major toward injunction against 25 Authorities said the demon-
ContCan 49% ReyTob 48% step helping Let's must invest facturer
Pac T & T ..........1.20 30% the small say you at the Joliet, HL, switch- strators, good-natured and or-
businessman
DowChe 73 St.RegP 32% you $20,000 in new equipment to
Pan Amer A 1.20 765 I purchase of the Elgin, Joliet derly until the dogs arrived,
duPont 265 Seaboard 46 in this fiercely
prosper -modernize
competitive your plant so cent
you
Parke Dav 1.00 28%. per Railway. changed into a jeering and boo
EAL 34% Sears 112V4 era is about to be taken
Pennzoil ..._.-.... 2.00 751'4 I can compete successfully in of your order was issued in a ing crowd. Police said bottles
E.Kodak 128% Sinclair 48% through a joint government-pri '
field. You make deal
Perkin El 40i your a to ;that the night session by U.S. and firecrackers were thrown at
Ford 56% 781.2 vate industry which
Socony program buy the equipment from a man- to the
Pfizer .80a 47%I Judge Julius J. Hoff- the dogs and their trainers.
FrmstDa 11% SouthnC 57 will permit to finance mod-
Phelps Dg ......-..- 3.00 69%. you ufacturer, and now, here's how :of the Chicago.
Frept Sul 35V Sperry 16% ernization of your factory on the
will work
Polaroid .20 155%4 I program : ance. than 800 railway work. Farm BillLowered
FruehTr 30% StBrand 75% the easiest most attractive
Pub Sv E G ____.: 2.60 78% (1) You will go to your local t (4) :' respected the picket
GenDyn 26% StO NJ 88% credit terms in
Pure Oil -_ 1.60 48 history. bank, which will be able to ob- II' up by the 25 firemen

GenEl 87 82%%" Swift Studebak 49 8%%I Rayonier _-_____. 1.00 36% Obsolete, inefficient equip- tain the standard Credit Guarantee -will mean after brief strikes By
GenFds
Rexall .50b 43 ment is a key reason the smalls Program forms from the .more three other railroads
78%
GenMUls 37% Texaco
Thiokol 144'I, Reyn Metl ............ .50 39,,'I factory owner goes bankrupt in S.B.A. The bank wil lend you loan a ended.
89%
GenMtrs
Goodrich 53V U Carb 125%. Rich Herr ......_-- '1.00 45*,,'I the U. S. today or falls so far 93 per cent of the $20,000 or for you, struck at 12:01: a.m. House Group

42tt UnitAirc 46 R C Cola 1.20 70 behind his bigger, up-to-date rivals $18,600. All you will put downis yours I the hour of the start

Goodyr Greyhnd 57% UnFruit 21 Roy Dutch --._...... 1.73g 47J/ that he's a sucker for a 7 per cent, or $1,400 and tively job elimination, against WASHINGTON (AP-An Ag-

GulfOil 58% US Steel 56% Searle Gd ..___._.. .90 62 1 2: take-over. His inability to finance this whole down payment will ments. I switching lines, the riculture Department appropriation -

IntHarv 741 UnivMatWestgEl 12i Singer 2.00 93%I purchases of new, automated come back to you when you file The Peoria & Western Rail of $5,182,665,000, reduced

IntNick 79 3313 Smith Kin 1.20a 59!4'I machine tools is why he your next income tax return i the Peoria & Pekin H.059,632,215 from last year's

WinnDix 32*I Sou Cal Ed _._ 1.05 31%4 I often clings too long to outmoded and take the maximum 7 per Railway. But about 10 :level, was approved today by

Woolwth 86 St Oil Cal 2.00 643i I equipment Behind both destructive cent investment credit as a guarantee later the walkout was.the House Appropriations Com-

St Oil Ind 2.00b 74'5 I trends is the blunt fact !straight reduction in your tax. ness off by officials of the I mittee.

Sted Drug .65 27H I that most banks and financial '(This credit is almost the equivalent "Itll of Locomotive Firemen

Cover Up Texas Util ..._..-._1.20 institutions are exceedingly re- of a cash rebate.) tleneck after telephone Sending the bill to the House,

Textron ___________1.40 luctant to make loans on clumsy -. (2) You will turn over the the union chiefs in Wash- I the[ committee directed the department
Tidewater ening The strikes had idled ] to reshuffle some of
For a Flub unfamiliar expensive equipment $20,000 to the manufacturer and
Trans W A -.-_. 381'I to small, independent fac 'then will workers. ]its spending plans continuing a
owe $18,600 to your Trecker
DECORAH, Iowa (AP-. Union Pac .. 1.60a 43*+I tories. t.mk'at a top rate of 8 per cent appeared at the Penn- ]number of research stations and I
Und Air L 1.50b 57% two-year Railroad's J programs that had been scheduled -
flubbed and flags ir I Conway,
Somebody Now a "Credit GuaranteeProgram" simple interest -' much less '
gram for elimination reduction.
honor of VE Day, the day 01 fI r Upjohn 1.00 50K I has been developed than usual on this type of loan spread to the worlds largest 1 or !
War Lamb .. ... .70 29%. but left j .
i they shortly
in durin -
Allied victory Europe to break the bottleneck in the fi- for eight years. Your equipment's tal goods I
Worthintn ... ..,... 1.50 39%.j
I About 400 of the
World War II, were put up a da y nancing of capital goods purchases expected useful life must available It told the department to

in advance Thursday. Xerox 98 by small business defined be eight years.or more to give able [ were affected by I:Balance the cost by cutting down
ZenIth ,.....-...---. l_>0a 76*,'I ,
When people telephoned Bil 1 by the Small Business Ad- ,you the fun 7 per cent tax four strikes m work for the Agency for In- <.
were unt t errational:
AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE ministration S.B.Aas credit Development's pro-
Walker, Chamber of Commerc e ( any I try union officials said,. ..
manager and Bob.Bernatz. firm with 500 or fewer emI Specifically, you ,will pay 18 industry defiance of a 10-day re- prams.J

street commissioner, they. Were Aerojet-Gen ...._........._. 32!'s ployees. per cent, or $3,600 ,fD the first : order prohibiting Its report said the $8bfllton.obacco "

told: Analex Corp ....... ...... 28?1 Created by Francis J. Treck year;, 15 per cent, or $3,000, ,in It'll issued Tuesday in t. industry is deeply af'ected {

are beta Aqua Chem __.., .,.._........ 17M i 8 I er, president of the $50 million- the second: 11 per cent, or $2,200 the by Judge Alexander f by findings linking smok- t .
the
Today flags g]
in honor of Sam Sards', .s Aurora Plastics _______ 35 a-year Milwaukee machine tool each in the third and fourth;I!ing which i ng with cancer and other i i

flown also will to r Barnes Engineer -.... .- 22 company of Kearney & Trecker, 10 per cent. or 2.000, each in,.ing for I representatives ob liseases and it is vital "to de- i
They
birthday. in honor of VI i' Butler Shoe. .. 83i j 6 s the program has just been endorsed the fifth and sixth; 9 per cent, 1964-65 I the court order because t ermine the properties of tobacco I
tomorrow
flown" Chromaloy ....._...._.. .-- 17i::: by the S.B.A. and is or $1,800 each in the seventh chine tool I [ I : strike votes taken on : which may affect the health \ :

Day. Cinerama .. __ 8?4 slated for public ,announcement and eighth. Your only collateral cent, in i j lines throughout the c if smokers and to develop I

Sam :':was'fa-member' of .th e Computer Sci 21?:, by Eugene P. Foley, head of will be ycur equipment.. will mark i I A hearing is set for neans to eliminate any harm. (.

crew that put up the flags. Cutler Labs A _....... _. 18 56 J. the S.B.A., in the near future. (3)) If you default, the ,manu-the small ; f ul substances found.*' ,I'..

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,y. li Ap,1 T TJ 6 EaK HAVE AN EKAER.rnAT S ;CfOOL{ -Ul K t WI1HMANERASER I } ? THAT IMTKE KIND OJH0
rn J11Y58FOpTNEN.IBiT WHAT I Da.. MAKES MISTAKES
k? :* What's your problem For a general '-t l 1 OF- N133tIN6 alls

'" Honesty Pays reply I writ to Abby, Box 3365. Z v _'

Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and
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P r velope. Abby answers all mail. r i r wfr eecrt
Abigail Van Buren


As LEONARD CQRNSTEM Hl5 / NC7W?NET IT'S IN F CKAHYJPALEFACE\
DEAR ABBY: The boy who sits In front of me in Historyis DEAR NO: You're lucky. Some women get plenty of sweet BAUD PUMS'KICKAPOO JO/JUICE ( GONE,'jO DOtJ? SEESVO* J TUSO"
very smart and gets 100's on almost all his tests. I was talk from their husbands, and nothing else. By the way, when JSA MAt-M-SPLENDORED THING* ;= ,,r V LOOK SO GOOD NOW FO < LARD, FOR
> TO ME NO MORE, WHUTNOfREALUIS CE?1T5
stuck during a test last week and asked him for some an- was the last time you complimented HIM? CAPW WITH EDDIER/CKETYBACK TH WORL0S SUPPLY TAKES / ( OLE PAL/! I SCALP
swers. He gave them to me WRONG! I didn't know it until OFF OF THE STUFF.'.' ..- LIKE A ta RED ysvou//
we got our papers back. He got 100 and I got 65! I was DEAR ABBY: Last night I served blueberry pie for dessert WISE" X RAT// .

plenty mad and told him I thought he was a dirty cheatI and my husband, whom shall call Dr. Jekyll, turned into a
admit I wasn't very honest to ask him for the answers, but regular Mr. Hyde. He stormed around like a wild man, saying i
don't you think he was twice as dishonest to have purposely he never cared for blueberry pie because it took him v
given them to me wrong? CHEATED two days to get the seeds out of his teeth, and asked why I .i 9

DEAR CHEATED: Don't expect to find an honest partnerfor insist on shoving it down his throat. Abby, I have been baking -

a crooked deal. blueberry pie for 26 years (it's my favorite) and I' always 7 L
thought my husband liked it. I felt so bad I cried all night e q.

DEAR ABBY: What can a woman of 42 do to get a com-., Was I wrong or was he?
liment out of her husband? I have spent hours in the beauty BLUEBERRY MARY

parlor getting a new hair-do. No comment I bought materialand
made myself a beautiful outfit in his favorite colorblue.No DEAR MARY: If a man doesn't like something his wife '
cooks bakes be shouldn't wait 26 to tell her. Tell I COULD DIE OF C) B1E55 BESIDES-YE AIN ) J
comment. I use cometics artistically and even searchedfor (or ), years A WEEK? Y FINISHED PLOMM
a subtle perfume I thought he'd like. No comment Everyone Mr. Hyde you are no mind reader. And let him eat cake! PAW-CAN i GO BALLS FIRE11 TH' LONESOMES HEARTn 1I I' FIELD
else tells me I am a fine-looking woman, but he never VISIT MY SISTER IN A WEEK ..
says a word. I know he loves me and our children, but CONFIDENTIAL TO SAN ANTONIO ROSE: It's anbody's 7ELDV PER I

i sometimes I think "Oh what the heck!" guess as to why be changed his name twice, but if I were k-t A WEEK? Q o o p0 -. (p- I I
I NO COMPLIMENTS you I would quit guessing and find out.
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I 8:30 O Robin Hood Man Who Saved His

Q Popeye and Bozo Country." s aI'
(color) O Joey Bishop ;

9:00 Q Supercar 9:00 O Q Movie

r O Alvin Saturday Night at the
Color Ruff and Movies: "ExecutiveSuite. Z
9:30 Q Q ( )
Reddy ." ((1954)) When a J

O Tennessee Tuxedo corporation president dies,,

10:00 Gf D Hector Heathcote the executive suite he a1 /I 9 OUR SUNRISE LASTS 2 OF rFROMSAY+50fj I THEN THE VET BU rIN VE5 '
dominated becomes an VOUR "DAYS. THOSE DAYS ON THE SECOND Y PLEASANT OUR VALLEY ', ALWAYS,
Q Quick Draw McGraw FIND AMY TEM E
WOULD CORRESPOND TO5AM. DAY RGOES DAVS WOULD
for intense FT 15ALWAYS
Fireball XL-5 arena an pow TURE ON THE PLAINS SOU WISH. TO+200*THE '1
10:30 O CD TO 7 AM. ON EARTH. [ \\BE THE 2ND
IT DEPENDS ON THE TIME OF
er struggle. 6TH DAY THEN Ki V AND IOTH.
Mouse "
O Mighty NICE-
OUR DAY SAYS MOON MAID.
COOLS TO A r<
11:00 O O Dennis The MenaceO 9:30 O Phil Silvers. NICE+85"THE I mru ALWAYSCAN ,Y'C ,

I FRIDAY EVENING O CD Bob Hope Drama Ranger Hal 10:00 O Gunsmoke
'Two is the Number." 11:30 O D Fury 11:00 O Detectives
5:00 Best of GrouchoO
Q 9:00 0 U.S. Symphonies: O Roy Rogers O m News, Sports
Adventures In National Symphony Orch- 12:00 O O Bull WinkleO Weather
Paradise conducted Howard 11:30 O Movie 1 rr
estra, by News 'Q yi r 5 9 J o ti rMI
5:25 Q Moments in Sports Mitchell, with James 12:15 O Baseball "The Story of GI Joe."

5:30 O Newscope Buswell IV as featured Reds vs. Phils. (1945) The war corre-
5:55 O Local News violinist 12:30 Q O Baseball spondent, Ernie Pyle, ? 1 a tacnK r. n.r.U

6:00 O News, Spts.Wethr. 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama Yankees vs. Indians writes up events at the o T 0 ,I \

O Sunshine Almanac Q CD That Was the : 3:00 Q To Be AnnouncedO front in Italy during World Q -
6:15 0 Channel Five News Week That Was-Satire Movie War II. Burgess Meredith,

6:30 O News-Walter Featuring David Frost "Queen of Outer Space." Robert Mitchum, Wally ., iW 1DU HEARD AND WELL,NO..IU LET YOU STAY ON.' IF MR.WINTERS / ALLRIGHT..TELL"
Cronkite 10:00 O Alfred Hitchcock O Wrestling Cassell, Freddie Steele. ME,KATE AflI I AM IF I DIDN'T YOU'D PROBABLY RUN Off GOES,I GOrf WINTERS IU GIVE HIM
O Junior High Science O CD Jack Parr Q Movie YOU'RE BEING MEAN AND "ST..HE'S ctIJII TOOL AND MARRY/ TH AT JIM WALDEN... ANOTHER CHANCED
3:30 Q Talk 'N' Talent UNFAIR,PAWMR.WINTER5 HAS \ FIRED AND I CAN'T STAND HIM.. '
Today 11:00 O News, Wethr., Spts. "Run for the Sun. (1956)A BEEN WITH YOU THIRTY YEARS ,
Science Fiction = 1
O CD News-Huntley- O News 4:00 Q magazine reporter anda Z YOU'RE NOTGOING TO FIRE "' /77 '

I' Brinkley CD Local News (color) Theater writer crash in the jungle < HIM/ 'ts
7:00 Q Silent Service 11:25 O Movies Colonial Invitation in the writer's private V1tIIV:1 11110

O Death Valley Days 1. "Apache Warrior." The Golf plane. Richard Widmark, 1 =T :
O Sing Hi-Sing Lam friendship between an 4:30 Q Outlaws Trevor Howard, Jane =:

Glenn Reeves-Music Apache and an Army O Amateur Hour Greer, Peter Van Eyck. oIiC .
7:15 O Friendly Giant scout is endangered when 5:00 O Maverick CD Movie Double :
7:30 O International the Indian's brother is D Porter Wagner Feature

ShowtimeThe killed by a white man. 5:301 CD Wilburn Brothers 1. "The S us pee t." BEI Sse 1 c

Hungarian National Keith Larson, Jim Davis. O Sports Special: (Drama; 1944)) A middle- .

Circus, taped in Budapest, 2. "Her 12 Men." The AAU Judo Championships aged man murders his 4z It ,
features a family of slack- story of a woman who 6:00 O News, Sports nagging wife after she refused T 4 1 (

wire jugglers, a trapeze turns to teaching in orderto Weather to give him a di
. artist, performing Hun- make a new life for O Fishing Fun vorce. Directed by Robert II I GOT II DAGWOOD. THAT LITTLE MOSQUITO ll
(3 News "rOU KNOW VDU JUST KILLED NCM'S /
Sports ITo DO
garian pull dogs, acrobatic herself. Greer Garson, Siodmak. Charles Laughton > SUNDAY IS MIGHT HAVE BEEN z I FEEL
t balancing on a ladder,I Robert Ryan, Barry Sulli 6:15 Weather Q News, Sports, Ella Raines, Dean MOTHERS PAYYOtffc A MOTHER = TERRIBLE

and an elephant that van, Richard Haydn, Harens, Henry Daniell,
6:30 Password 3
l shaves its trainer. Don Barbara Lawrence, 'O Stanley Ridges, Molly Da- "a s hA i. s .-
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(D Flintstones
Ameche is the host James Arness. mont, Maude Eburne. 2.
" O Great Adventurer 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson 6:45 Q News "Dead Man's Eyes."

r; What's New 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland (Melodrama; 1944) A
Stranded On Desert Is- SATURDAY Combat! blind artist is accused of ca

land. 7:00 (CD Count Of Monte Cristo Q Circus Boy murdering his benefactorfor

, CD Destry O Sunrise Semester 7:30 O Lieutenant the man's eyes, whichhe LUO'
Influences of Louis Arm- 7:30 O Sunday School Forum O Jackie Gleason knows have been willedto

King Oliver. CD Comedy Capers 8:00 O Outer Limits him. Lon Chaney Jr.,
8:00 0 Jazz Casual 8:00 O Across The FenceD 8:30 O DefendersDramaJames Jean Parker, Paul Kelly,
I'strong's 8:30 O Family Life Captain Kangaroo Coburn and Mild- Thomas Gomez, Jonathan

O Route 66WASHINGTON CD Ramar of the Jungle red Dunnock in "The Hale, Acquanetta.by's ..
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SMILE! With Art Buclwald' WITH REHEAK5Al5- JUST MAKE A'BIG "20 WE K5 K OFF DUR ,
I WON'T GET TO SEE CAREER FOR ONLY 190 DAYS! WEDDING FOR
fAUai OF YOU BEFORE '
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One of the wishes to take any responsibility concerned about the prob- being born nine months .M J VTHT
I results of sending American for these children, just as lem for some time, and has later, then he is eligible to join
troops all over the world is very few people will even ad- started a foundation to take Fathers Anonymous."All .

the rise in the birthrate of lit mit they exist. care of some of these chi]- I am asking is that in
tle half-Americans fathered by Miss Pearl Buck, one of our fren, particularly in Korea, :TAtK OF AFTE2.THE LOCAL COMMISSAR I COME TO REMOVE 1 CARRY HEK-Y YCi WILL PAW
of that
grateful
memory evening INVASION K AilTNONSENSE. LEAVES/THE VILLAGERS WORK THE MISSION WOMAN.' 'PEEP INTO THE YOUR BODIES
the American GI's. No one greatest living authors, has where our troops have contrib-
I he send a cash contributionto 5 REMMpNYbUAnE .'YOOVV1U.STAY NERVOUS:* UNTIL-AT THE SHE HAS BUCUSHTTWSCUK55 JUN5LE foe A AND <3O &THE
uted so generously to the foundation. The Z 8 H POUTICAL. R-\ IN EDGE CP THE CLEAKINS..J5 Of THE LED'AD- SACRIFICIAL TOWM AND PftJ-
population explosion.Miss my beautyof 5ENTATJVE OF CUE NEW ) YOUR VILLAGE VISEE'UPON U5,1 ECiRMCNYI TEST THE INVASION
my organization is that t rPKJTECTOR5' WHATA2E AND co CUR BI:110LP 1 ,' '$ j CAUSE THEY HATE HER BY UNITED
w;70 DO z, WORK THS .. /"
Buck was in Washington there will be no questions STATE fOX.! v {,. COUNTS. r' a STATES 81RD5 PIKETHSSE'S !
; MAIZE PEAR whipping up some interest f(.r asked, no names required, and
( I BIDDER REGAL her foundation."I no follow-up on the contribution.The z '
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AMOEBA ORATEACROSS money sent can be consid e 4 l i y
have discovered my causeis ered conscience I u
Discern- SON USED M I A money. am
1.Eng. letters4.BabyLgod 28.ment 1 5 1 5 E L U S I O N not a popular one," she told certain there are many veter-
SO.Not.attome CASTE I C A us. "The American motherwon't ans who would like to ease the
?Egypt E L A T Y P E 5 believe her son would burden of their guilt if they >
dancing girl_ 31.S,,iss G E R rlA! N E S O A P have an affair. The veterans' or- could. As Sophie Tucker said

11.Network cantonU. AGE T I R E U S A ganizations are shocked that recently, 'Okay, everyone hada EcrrJ
.Catkin 32.Palm leaf I would even raise the question
0 wonderful time. Now 1 e t's
Branch 1 R E N E I R E R
15.Calamitous 33.
and the American military are "
16.Bay 34.Assyr.al7 'NEVER C 1 RCt.E clean up the mess.
defensive about it.
17.River god TEES ,A It_T E 5 completely We asked Miss Buck why she NEB ARE i I I
'How could boys do such THE .
our a .AND
j
THE
Island 35.Bargeman I
felt the American GI had fath- 1buR eocIcTaLS TOLD
18.Bolivian 37.Girls name SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE thing,' the military say, 'when I o sooT CU l-.AND SH1KLEV TEMPLE
ered Oriental XOO NOT
so many babies. .
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THE ,
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Indian 38.Actor 2.Stay 8.Scale on a they were playing volley ball I 1
\ 19.Recline 40.Throw 3.Cubic meta leaf all the time?' "I think it was a language I u I TO T61L/
20.DroneI 41:Timber 4.Behave 9.Girl's name problem. A GI couldn't speakthe
21.Ardor curve 5.Gr.letter 10.Elbow "I have tried to point out young lady's language and
22.Type 42.ti icia. 6.Hnalproposittoa 12.Cuttlefish that the only other possible way the lady couldn't speak t beGI's -< its n
measure orobus fluid for the children to arrive wouldbe language, so they had noth- =
23.Drinkable 13.Craft
I 25.Spied DOWN neighbor17 Igorot's .Woman by stork, but unfortunatelythere i ing much else to do." o 5

26.Bone 1.Tillable tribesman novelist are no storks In the Far,I "How much conscience mon- '
20.Swine East" ey do you think someone j Y os J5u
t 1 Z 3 4 5 6 1 B 9 10 21,Olden time: Miss Buck said she has a : should send in?" I
poet. I .
II 12 13 23.Trading solution to the problem that "Perhaps enlisted men could II
exchange wouldn't embarrass anyone. She send in $5-junior officers $10 e ? II I
/4 IS 24.Wager has. started "Fathers Anony- and senior officers $20. If they = I

25.Abrupt mous," which will make it possible sent Jn cash to me at Perkasie,
16 17 IS declivities fora father of a half-Am Pennsylvania, without a return i WONT; AS A MATTES OP ACT, MEANWHILE. i
I 2 6.Skilled ru. SEE' x Dow'r FORGET you TJA SOPPING OFF AT THE CUI& WHY ARE YOU \ PONT K NAIVE.
is
erican to contribute some money address there no possible
21
19 29 ._ speaker ae IIVONDA MARGARET! GOLF DATE 1n HIT A FEW BALLS ON STOPPING HERE, GARY.' I WANT )00 I
1 27.Hindu without anyone know- way of their being found outI WRN THE DaSTRICr 7HE PRKTICE RANGE: MISS LEEDS? L TO W55 ME,' i
21 23 2+ : : : guitars ing about it can't think of a nicer way of ATIORNPY:

t 'l 'l 1$ 'l/ Ik 27 28.Book of&e "I am sure," she said, "that making it up to the girls they "r.
Bible tI
I 'lZ 'l'h 29.Cottonwood there are quite a few men in left behind.
20 2''I. 31.Consolidate this country who are consci "Miss Buck," we said, "how I
33.Air:comb ence-stricken and would like to would someone be sure he
32 33 'f
form do something about it, if it should, join Fathers Anonymous ( 9 ,
35 3t J7 34.Literary wouldn't get them in trouble.I ?" 1 1I

bits Fathers Anonymous is the perfect "I can think of one test," she 1I I
3d .. 36.S.Amer.
39 s
Indian group answer. replied. "If the person's hands Q I
40 fl 41 3 7.Some "If any GI or ex-GI can re are shaking while he reads
1 39 Forward member ;wonderful occasion your article, you can be sure ___ j,

Par Hint 23 mla.. APNwsleotwa, ,.5-6 during.his service years that he has a reason to be a mem- I
could have resulted in 'aha- ber of the club." !
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Gainesville Sun Friday, May 8, 1964 .


I( Premiere Due I It ; ,: i:
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Sfan lurk Qftnta passion. But these speeches are! stand, she !Is reminded by the Baldwin has not written a

By HOWARD TAUBMAN not a theatrical gesture. They prosecutor that she has never 'trim, well-made play. However,
Baldwin Roars MessageIn lay bare the heart of the Ne- complained about her treat ,
he for the Ne-
Who shall speaks fervidly
NEW YORK -
jro's suffering and explain the ment., Her answer is an ironic
speak and act for the Negro? determination.There gro's anguish and passion, and
iron of his "Uh-uh, another flashing in- '
It is the essence of the revolution Blues for Mr. Charlie9y is Richard, played sight into a Negro history. none of us can afford not to
in the making in the heed him.
flamingly by Al Freeman Jr.,
United States as well as in
who has returned to his fath-
Africa and Asia -that the Ne- terms that Negroes are people Baldwin is not quite so good er's home in the South after a Rav Walston

t gro is determined to assert him- with problems that parallel ,with the white man. His fearful, stay in the North. He is ex- !
I word and deed. HELP
self in
in white domestic unreconstructed white Southerners
those to be found plosive with rebellion. He is
But if the revolution is not to comedies. Then Ossie are close to caricature.But not merely demanding his Inherits Lead

i] a- be bloody the white man has,I Davis offered "Purlie Victorious a dramatist makes his rights; he is insolent spoilingfor

an urgent moral obligation. As ," a broad satirical look, point most forcefully when his a fight. He speaks for the From SellersHOLLYWOOD

,b .rA.. ..ysI an individual, as employer or from the Negro viewpoint at antagonist is drawn from Negro who is beyond civility in
I employe, as one of those who Negro stereotypes complacently strength. Baldwin's most effective his frantic pursuit of full civil
grants his franchise to a government established by white men, (AP-This is
white character is Parnell, and human rights.. ,
{ and his consent to be fearfully accepted by a few the one decent white man. Par- There is his father, the Rev. Ray Walston's year-and about
i governed, he must now. cast off frightened Negroes and rudely time!
with
1 b rx. I' nell fails the Negro, and this Meridian Henry played
the white man's burden and ridiculed by the great Negro Rod- The offbeat comedian actor
\ failure not only is pitiful but stunning dignity by Percy
,\ take on the Negro's. For it is I majority.And also intensifies the play's an- riguez, who has been civil and has ben turning in fine, styl-

a common burden.In now we have James guish and wrathful militancy. controlled. But in his eulogy for ized performances on the stage
j the theater, as in the var- in "Blues for Mister he the and screen "South Pacific,"
jI Baldwin I Through Parnell's eyes, Bald- his murdered son passes I II
I ious organizations fighting fora "Damn Yankees"for several
"
1 Charlie, summoning the Ne-'win lets us look at the inex- I bounds of self-discipline and 'Qr s
: s. new day for darkskinnedmen gro to battle even as he grievesfor pressible suffering of a Negro thunders a warning that he, too, years without making an appre-
white voices have been ciable impact on the public.
ass "
"Mister Charlie, the white is the march.
on
soul. Parnell
Pat
I played by
; This television he final-
x heard this season. season
tj man, as the Negro calls him. Hingle with a sense of humil- There is the girl, Juanita, who
But no one can report the ly hit big with "My Favorite
terrainin Baldwin is a preacher and a ity and shame, remembers his I has loved Richard and has Martian."
scorched and parched
i ;: ; I "Blues for MisterCharlie" love for a Negro girl and describes hoped for a fruitful life together.In .
Jack Warden and Keir Dullea one the tense the regions of Negro minds, rhapsodist. a wild co-mingling of dis- Now he has inherited a lead-
which like the Negro himself. : is an angry sermon in simple lacerating ing role in "Kiss Me, Stupid"
battle scenes from "The Thin Red Line and exaltation, she lashes
and pain-wracked lament. It terms how her mother, a ser- tress
a from hear-stricken Peter Sel
will have a world the premiere Florida Theater.showing tomorrow Gainesville nightat was Hansberry Several years broke ago through, Lorraine in the draws together the humiliation, vant in his family's home look- out at the waste of a young,I lers. There can be no doubt he

one midnight of ten Florida at cities chosen to participate in theater with "A Raisin in the degradation, frustration and re- ed and behaved when she dis- ardent being and apostrophizesthe is enjoying his surfeit of riches. ALBERT'S helpfulness to
rele- covered them wonder in the possibilitiesof
Sun," which revealed in home- sentment felt by millions together. "I've made a lot of picturesin
the premieres. : gated to second-class citizenshipand Although this Negro mother fulfillment. Diana Sands is pretty good roles and nothing POGO

transmutes the accummu- does not appear on the stage, an intense blue flame in this happened," he remarked "Now

Film lated bitterness into a roar of she will haunt you. Baldwin scene. maybe it will." always results 'in one
Space DINING & fury. Listen attentively to passes a miracle in evoking a There is Richard's grandmother "There are two versions of step forward and two
Baldwin if you want to know wounded human being in a few played wisely by Rosetta how it happened" said Wal-
Misses Fail'Opening I the Negro who now is emergingfrom piercing sentences. He can also Le Noire, who says as ston. "I read in the trade pa- steps backward.

behind the noncommit- write long, soaring speechesthat much as anyone with no wordsat I pers on the Tuesday after Sel- r See him in action
ENTERTAINMENT al mask. shake the theater with their all. Brought to the witness I lers illness that Danny Kaye
and Tony Randall were being
beginning May 10 in
By BOB THOMASAP (9a usuiIleThii1yunNatalie considered as replacements. _
I Movie-Television Writer I Could Vitalize "That started me thinking.

) HOLLYWOOD (AP) One of Repertory Randall had beaten me out of a amwuffle Sun
\ the exhibits that did not open at couple of parts I wanted to play.
the New York World's Fair last Takes BIts LoadsOf Why couldn't I do the role: So I
week was "Reaching For the placed a call to my agents and
of V. S.
Stars" a production showing Condition Acting told them to talk to Billy Wilder -

how two manned crafts will Pals to Wax MuseumBy about it.
rendezvous in space. "The other story is that even IF YOU NEVER SEE ANOTHER FILM
There are two good reasons. Nrm ark te'ttttr!! chals, Racine lonesco Moll- and her In "TheChinese PrimeMinister" before my agents could get I YOU MUST SEE "MONDO CANE."
at the movieland ,
JAMES BACONAP night wax mu- realize that the
Offenbach the
and that
been ere you to Wilder he THE MOST EXCITING, SHOCKING
The building hasn't com- By HOWARD TAUBMAN through was plac,
Movie-Television Writer seum. Theatre De France performedat fundamental techniques of act- THRILLER EVER MADE!
pleted; the exhibit is still being ing a call to them to ask about
created in Hollywood.The HOLLYWOOD (AP) -People Even Natalie was over- NEW YORK A sensitive the City Center with such ing have become second nature, my availability." i
man who is putting it together from all over the world flockto whelmed when the Buena Park balanced organism like an integ- penetration and verve? like the mechanism of the pianoto It was learned later that

is eminently qualified: Buena Park to see movie police department met the bus, rated acting company cannot be The more I compare American Rubinstein and the violin to both stories were correct. The
Frank Capra. One of the stars In wax. escorted her into a gold Rolls called into being by waving a actors, either stars or bit Heifetz and that the emphasis -thought of Walston's casting
apparently -
But to get the Hollywood Royce to the museumwhereshe wand. Nor can it be created in players with their counter- now is on communication of
(
movies' great directors, he is occurred to him and to I
also a graduate of the California crowd to take the 45 minute was greeted by the mayor a month or a season. It can parts in England and France, character, thought and emotion. Wilder at the same time. r )
freeway trip, it takes a personal and a couple of thousand fans, only be nurtured by years of the I
Institute of Technology class of more strongly am con- The object of repertory is not The actor went to see the pro-
21. invitation from Natalie Wood, a plus fireworks.She individual and group diligence, vinced that ours generally are to be the servant of actors. ducer-director-writer and reminded \

"This job is a challengeanda champagne buffet and a pre- was happy with her like imagination and dedication. narrower in range. A 1 though The principal aim is to serve him of a remark he

helluva lot of work," said the miere complete with exploding ness, set in the mock weddingscene Because there have been they have as much natural talent the drama. It is the playsandin made during the filming of "The I "THE'M' 1 f
Sicily born director during a I fireworks[ in the sky. from "West Side Story," weaknesses in casting by the re- as other actors, they lack the end the public-t hat Apartment." UNDD
brief respite. "The show will I Natalie invited two busloadsof but a little sad when she pertory theater of Lincoln Cen- similar opportunities to culti- gain when there are actors to But Walston still didn't have MOST

only run 17 or 18 minutes, but her friends to attend the un- glanced nearby and saw James ter in its opening season, vate their potentialities. do them justice. the job. He took the script home J
veiling of her likeness the other Dean in a scene from "Rebel there have been outcries, some ARGUED Cinll
it will take me about five Begin with the most elemen- The repertory theater of Lin- and called Wilder the next day.
\ months to put it together." Without a Cause." maliciously gloating, that the tary ingredient the voice. coln Center need not be discour- "I told him it was a very good: ABOUT
J The tardiness of the opening South Pacific Natalie, at 16, costarred with fundamental idea has been dis- Over and over I have been aged if not all of its players script," said Walston. ."What FILM!"
is no fault of his. the late teen-age idol in that pic- credited. The superior way, we shocked to hear a famous Am- have been right in every role. else could I say? That it was' "
"Like a lot of things at the ture. It made her a star. It got are told, is typecasting.No erican performer who sill It must be sure that its per- tEe best script I had ever read? -Life ;

' fair it was started too late," War StoryTo her the first of three Oscar doubt typecasting is the speaks with the harsh accents I sonnel has the possibility of I couldn't say that to Billy Wild Magazine'f

said Capra. "The Martin Mari- nominations. only way for a theater of isolated of New York or the flat intonations growth. Then it must redoubleits er. I'd sound like an idiot from
etta Corp. people who are stag- Some of the exhibits in the productions. If the right of the Midwest. Regional efforts to develop complete Hicksville." _, i s5.7.9 1-3

ing the show realized they were PremiereThe museum are so lifelike they are actor is not available this speech is excusable, of course, actors, not only for roles for Walston, a confirmed worrier, p.m.
too far behind in January. That eerie. Gary Cooper", in a scene season, you put off your play when the actor has been typecast which they are the type but noted that Wilder sounded chilly ruSaThturday
is when they yelled 'Help!' They Florida Theatre will join from "High Noon, looks as if until he is. but it is bizarre in the also for a challenging, wide- over the phone, and he feared H 'd
seemed to think I could help with 10 other Florida cities tomorrow he is about to holler "hi" at his It sounds logical and oc- mouth of a Shakespearean char- ranging repertory of past and he had blown the job. His fears

I them:' at midnight in presenting old friends. casionally is. The laissez-faire acter in doublet and hose. present.The were unfounded.
Naturally. Capra has not only the world premiere show Alan Ladd in "Shane" and system is fine for the producer, Nor is speech the only prob: -
American theater needs
made film classics like "Lost ings of "The Thin Red Line"from Humphrey Bogart in "The African for he need not invest anything lem. Many of our actors are I
Horizon" and "Mr. Deeds Goesto Queen" are especially life, more repertory, not less. Short- -- TODAY ATe
the best selling war novel in training actors. Let the actor painfully limited in scope and
r also had like. So are Laurel and Hardy comings in any company do P 1:00.3:05-5:10
Town, he has suc- by James Jones.A worry about his own develop subtlety of movement, in responsiveness -
and the first .. not justify unvarying attach- 7:18-9:25
cess in interpreting science to story of combat in the Negro Oscar winner ment. The main thing is to to characters from -
his fellow man.I South Pacific it details the true Hattie McDaniels, in I have a great reservoir of skills different worlds, in capacity to ment to typecasting; they mere-
"Gone With the ly mean that the repertory jobis I
"I started about 12 years picture of war and the landingson ; Wind. waiting to be tapped. Someone adjust to lightness or fantasyor
done well
not
being enough.
ago," he said. "I was on the Guadacanal. It's young castis t who is right always turns up. grandeur or any number of

board of Caltech and the school headed by Keir Dullea, discovery Start Theater That in short is the source difficult styles. ............... his
I asked me to help recruit of "David and Lisa," of so many of the deficienciesin The importance of repertory ". .. new
students. So I made a film that and Jack Warden. For MarionettesNEW American acting. Comparedwith is that it encourages and forces % @d I4. incrediblewomen I

pointed out the opportunitiesthat Sidney Markley produced the a Renaud-Barrault c o m- actors to stretch their powers. i eritow; {t1 tt11' f

could be had in scientific picture for A.C.E. films. There, YORK (AP) A per, pany, many of our performers Grant that Alec Guinness and ." ...,. !,
a 'fl. _
careers. will be one showing tomorrownight manent theater designed especially ., are limited and gauche. Is it Margaret Leighton are performers : a... ... tt
He returned to film making, with the doors opening at t: for marionette shows is bet ., conceivable that many Ameri- of great personal gifts. But . ... his
then he was presented with 11:30 p.m. and the movie a ing established here by Bil and cans could accommodate them- as you watch him in "Dylan" 214 NW All 13th ill Oc FR'U 6-6472 newInCreenemies
another challenge. Bell Tele- midnight. Cora Baird. selves to an English language I
phone wanted him to make The well-known puppetmasters ., group of works as diverse in
some television specials on scientific Book Transfer are converting a portion o f time and style as the Beaumar- Mother's Day Buffet !
subjects."I their six-story workshop home
took five years to make DELAND AP-) About 1,000 I in Greenwich Village into a Paid Advertising WILL BE SERVED his
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"I'm not even sure I made back 80,000 books about 100 yards;. have been granted permiss ion Sunday May 10th incredibleadventures
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plantingPut : because they grow to tree size, .w
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MOIEf vatives de the The great There was a good reason for ,the- smiles-- : yesterday when the Dr. David Cof-

net loss rin (right) accepted a check for $1085.50 in behalf of the Alachua County

control Unit of the American Cancer Society. The check, presented by Jim Milam, presi-

I the dent of the Gainesville Little Theatre, represented proceeds from the theatre's
Just tell us how much
you need to pay old Cu"You -r-Monthly Cull You? Monthly 24 mouth benefit production "Solid Gold Cadillac." Observing the presentation are Mrs.

bills, for home Improvements Recelv. P.yments RSCIIVS Payments I Eddie Fisher, president of the Interclub Council, sponsors of the play. and

car re. $185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 TO: Ed Peck, chairman of the club's special events. Cancer Crusade workers sold

seasonal Pairs.foraiiyour expenses. 26900 1600 53700 3100 C-O Rural I 1,037 tickets to the play.

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FAMILYFINANCE I I torney nesville.mel before Circuit In the the S. Given In Scientific Report

wise. the
SERVICE, INC. will be ;
of Gainesville 1964.Dated Ntw Unrk iimtll however. For one thing, the results -'treated with heat, sound and

I J. WASHINGTON Experiments of such experiments were cold was limited technically,
204 S. E. First Street . . . FR 6-4661 : giving hope that persons not always as reproducable as but that those killed with ultraviolet

By may one day be immunized the scientists would wish. Also, i or formalin were able to
-=: _-T:=-:-- (3310) 58. there the of whether -;produce within
1t.---- -- ,- against their own spontaneouscancers was question immunity practical
IN THE such immunization would be : limitations of experiment.
EIGHTH were reported at a scientific
Attention Livestock Producers! FOR meeting here today. possible and practical I Perhaps even more impor-

IN .1 against tumors that arose spon. tant, Miss Huber reported that

FRED I Cancer cells are thought to taneously, that is, without mice given too many ultraviolet
If you have hogs or cattle to rise constantly in the body but known causitive agents.A or formalin-treated cells

sell now or in the future pleas. _ _ IfS.BABY I : usually are killed by natural 100,000,000 or so died of
defense mechanisms. If some! report presented at the 64th leukemia caused by cells that
contact one of the buyers at __ IN THE escaped that protective system,I annual meeting of the American had escaped destruction. Those
Copeland Sausage Company and (-LORIDA I : Society for Microbiologyby
they manifest themselves
.. as given too few cells the orderof
give them an opportunity to TO: Bbv I malignant tumors. a team of scientists from
719 I 100,000 were not made immune
buy your livestock. I the University of Michigan'sSchcnl apparently because they
This suggested that reinforcing -. Medicine
representedan
You are had not received enough anti
equity has i the body's natural defenses, attempt to pin these matters
COPELAND OFFERS YOU BABY cells gen to stimulate their defensesfor
or marking cancer more down more certainly.Miss .
curt.
for specifically for destruction, fighting off the subsequent
4 BIG ADVANTAGES are quired hereb-to might prevent the developmentof Louise Huber, who presented injection of live leukemia cells.

fenses to malignancies. the findings, told how Mice given doses of a millionor

1. Cash market every day. against In the you the group had tried to immunize so treated leukemia cells, on
2. No Court In Scientists had felt generally mice against transplanted leukemia the other hand, were rendered
at his office
commission.
ville, that it would not be possibleto a blood cancer. The 90 to 100 per cent immune to

3. Special consideration given to meat type hogs. Answer June, 1964 or, immunize a being against main scheme was to treat can- the cancer injections, Miss Huber :

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities. whose West :' cancer. Recently, however, cer cells by various agents said. That type of immunization
Florida. some success has been achieved which would kill most of them was aimed at arousingan

1954 quired by experimentally by workers but not destroy their ability to animal's own defenses to
CALL COLLECT 462-1011 If you here and in Sweden. elicit an immune response from action.On .

relief:esso will I For example, cancers caused the animal's natural defenses. the basis of these guide

of You said are I .by viruses have been prevented lines, the Michigan workers
CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK MatrimonL Leukemia cells were treated now
The from developing by vaccine. with heat, cold, ultraviolet radiation plan to see if they can immunize -
S NORMAN VEECH suit Eighth has Also, chemically-caused can- formalin (a cell-killing animals actively and

Florida. cers have been found to be anti- chemical), or destructive sound passively to their own spontaneous .

case Helen is a'f genie, or immunologically distinct -waves. Then, mice that were to cancers, which may
CopelandSAUSAGE Noice IT IS shall from the animals own be protected against leukemiawere have considerable meaning for

ville fror (4)Daily healthy tissue and so, recognizable injected with batches of application to human disease.

in to its natural defense the treated cells ranging in
COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA eral mechanisms. Exposure of animals NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rida.WITNESS number from thousands to mil- FLORIDA STATUTESIN
to the antigens from lions of cells each. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
,
I Circuit '
chemically-caused cancers thus JUDGE.IN PROBATE.IN ALACHUA. COUNTY, FLORIDA,
111IIIIIIU11 : called forth the production of They found, Miss Huber said, RE: ESTATE OF
antibodies against the tumors that immuniaztion with cells HAZEL Deceased.T. MORGAN
II their To All Creditors and Persons Having
which prevented growthin
Claims or Demands Against Said Estate.
(Court Seal animals treated with the You and each of you are hereby not!.
5:1.
I (3311) Rights Debate fled and required to present any claims
iT'T1INIT chemical. and demands which you, or either of you.
Several problems remained, may have against the estate of Hazel T.
I Not PlannedFor Morgan deceased. late of said County
I to the County Judge of Alachua County
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Florida at his office In the court houseof
JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA said County at Gainesville. Florida.
ARKETI IN PROBATE.IN Saturday within six calendar months from the timeof
I RE ESTATE OF the first publication of this notice.
'I EUGENE T. ADKINS, Each claim or demand shall be in writ.
I JacknenI Deceased.To WASHINGTON (AP) Senate ing. and shall state the place of res),
IN" All Creditors and Persons Having dence and post office address of the
da Claims or Demands Against Said Etate: leaders announced there claimant and shall be sworn to by the
$? You and each of you are hereby notified claimant, his agent, or his attorney and
and required to present any claims would be no session Saturday in any such claim or demand not so filed
,, and demands which you, or either of the civil rights debate. It was shall be voidANN MORGAN CAMPBELL
I I you. may have against the estate of
:: Eugene T. Adkins. deceased, late of another sign that pressure As administratrix of the Estate ,
of HAZEL T. MORGAN
the Judge of
said County to County
Alachua County. Florida. at his office In through prolonged sessions was deceased
the court houe of said County at Gainesville easing off.Senators. First publication May 1. 19'
SHOPPINGOPEN Clara CehanII
DRIVE-/N Florida. within six calendar months Floyd
from the time of the first publication of West University Avenue
7 to 11 EVERYDAY! this notice. Each claim or demand shall applauded when Sen. .Gainesville. Florida Administratrix
shall Attorney for
be In writing and state the placeof
residence and post office address of Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., (3304V 5:1. I. 15. 22
NEW LOW PRICES the claimant, and shall be sworn to by the assistant leader, said the i.
the claimant his agent or his attorney NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and any such claim or demand not so Senate would recess at the closeof FLORIDA STATUTESIN
r .filed shall be void. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
THELMA HALL ADKINSAs today's business until Mon JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA -
Administratrix of the Estate IN PROBATE.IN .
PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR I of EUGENE T. ADKINS. RE: ESTATE Of
day.The
GAINESVILLE STORES deceased Marian E. Schmidt
'First publication May 1, 1964 Senate has met every Deceased.
I Clara Floyd Gehan TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
1234 NW 16th Ave. 1023 SE 4th Ave.
since the debate
Saturday start
11 West University Avenue HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
1 3725 W. Univ. Ave. 3809 E. Univ. Ave. [I I i I Gainesville, Florida ed March 9 except for the Easter AGAINST SAID ESTATE
:Attorney for Administratrix notified
You and each of
hereby
p you are -
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. I
I (330S 5.1 I, U, 22 weekend. and required to present any
f 4105 NW 13th St. I claims" and demands which you. or either -
of you may have against the estateof
I The leaders also appear practically Mariarr E. Schmidt deceased, late
of said County, to the County Judge of
All Brands-King SinFilterRegululCigarettes Genie : to have abandoned night Alachua County Florida at his officein
says sessions in the marathon debate. the court house of said County at
ctn. $269Grade Gainesville. Florida. within six calendar -
t The leaders are basing their months from the tune of the first
I publication of this notice. Each clamor
I hopes for passage of the bill on demand shall be in writing. end
GET ALL negotiations being conducted in shall state the place of residence end
post office address of the claimant and
"A" LARGE Fresh Florid.- cartomP the office of Senate Republican shall be sworn to by the claimant, hisagent
1 or attorney, and any such claimor l i
EGGS..doz. 39C ; Leader Everett M. Dirksen of demand not so filed shall be void. ;
: THEFACTS Illinois to work out DORIS T. SCHMIDTAs
a packageof executrix of the Last Will !
amendments to the bill.Today's and Testament of -
Get Marian E. Schmidt deceased I
Kin, Sin First publication May I, 164. .
P PEPSI-COLA 6 Bet. Carton study was of changes Clara Floyd Cehan
11 West University Avenue .;
Dirksen wants in the public accommodations -Gainesville Florida
or Reg. Size 39C Attorney for Executrix
section.
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) MALE HELP WANTED Tilesel- 3 BR, 2 baths Ig. LR, walk-in EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned ARMY Officer tranfe m w 11
ters and Helpers of any levelof WANT-AD RATES closets, dishwasher, Sm. down 3 BR home Paneled Family sell 3 BR. 2 bt room
experIenceby established payment, VA mtg.. Swim pool Room adjoining living dining in N. W. Ner Sl SI5
company with work In six states. privileges. 376-15 after 5 area for extra spaciousness Negotiate eit. ANNOUNCEENT MERCHANDISE
Call 369-2511 collect or write PH. 372-8441 electric range and diswas. RENT I
Dial Robert F. Henry Tile Co. Mont.gonwry. FHA House for sale NE section Assume 4Vj per cent m. New homes S9.500. br. tile I Car .l I Wasted to B.TMachinery
Alabama.13Help at appraisal value of SIO. Will consider finani bath $65 per mont on S Lest T *
for S d payt. low month blan See this I b S. E. 45th Terra Also ion* 4 Plne. S rrlc*. BeiidJ.g Aatna Tel
I NE trade-ins.
Male Female BR tt 213 7 2. a U BcwekcU
or port large after T. Wena G
I LOVELY home Ig. beautifully < CJ AntiquesMMlsc. _
Classified OnlyDEADLINES | ':00 P.M. FR on N. I
376-4672 I f4 landscaped lot in Idytwild. 3 Redfran'ks'Realestate 7 Florists Jet Sato

Exp secretaries, salary open $60 per month, good credit wi require BR 2 bt Fl. Rm Boomsspacious. S Baby Sten ChiLi ON 1 Trading Pet
Cashier-host attractive \ no down payment. BR heat. & A-C Excellent Ple C Aa4 I Articles
Whit housekeeper, S2S wk. = frame home, for entertainment & well nn T. aeJUOMOTIVE I F-.l on We 4s
Bookkeeper salary open 1704 NE 1st cp. paneln. situate for children o dead B ata Marine E.
Exp Waitress salary & comm. I Tues. thru FrL papers-5 pjn. Day before publication | cupancy. FR o. e sreet. Near new school. 71 Camp.But. Flak.
Exp. mechanics For ads to go In Sun. paper-12.00 ajn. Sat. j S 29FOR h. utility rm 2 car CHARACTER -Not lust another 7* Office Efmtpmert I

Announcements Store trainee hi schl. grad. For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pm. Sat. ;55 only $450 down $1. per Ape closet spe. 1 house! Large ske fireplace.large living M.bD H.met f Sale 7> Moslcal MerchandIseREAL
room
Off. hi schL .
trainee grad. month payments you cedar 6- T
Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. I (Minimum ad 4 fines) i I lify for 4 BR, 2 bath -home qua 4232. ower dining area modern ?. Tricks Tracks for Sal*
Auto built in kitchen with I
salesman Exp. NW 38th Terr. Will inside Wat
3 LOST & FOUND Short order grill man Ii i & outside comp'etely.! paint For app?. LIKE NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath Lg. staile steel sink, 3 SO Tractors Te' BenUIa ESTATE FOR SALE
Insurance trainee $100 wk. FAMILY RATES to see call 372-0481. L.R.. with fireplace .. bit : bdrS 2 bts. *3 TrUer &
Route salesman. Levy Co. in kitchen enclosed Central Seeoters I Late for Sale I.
9 i I letcyce
LOST brown & white pointer bird CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Insertion 34e MM BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bed car carport central alr-o DITIONING for summer Repairs a Watcrfrmt rrtptrt/

dog. Male. with large scar running 120 SE 1st Ave. 3 22c line; i 5 rom bath I central neat. and hating. Near ss months ahead. All thi and I I AmUmebDeS {.Sal a BIases For Sale
length of back. Charles Phone 3768234Pt.ACEMENT a 6 Insertions 17c line i S hard fors. 2-ar garage. Priced sel. 3505 more situated o acre .Swap CEDUCTI S Collates Fee Sato
Mathls. Box 171. Gainesville. 12 Insertions 14c line j dow permt Ave. TeL -. wooded lot In one ofGalnesvlliets BcsJ Es&t Escbace
Office. Professional SERVICE Total charge computed by multiplying total lines x rate earned j 10 126 12.. .$00 4h S9 o call finest Wes HAL 3 Real Eatl Waat. I
x number of Insertions. FRONT side residential 3 Omt of T.w Property I
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Technical 2-2. LKE .re 0 Iteu.

College Graduatesfor I 3 BR CCB house, corner lot, tenc- ly 14 terms IS lale & 41 Butel PrprU.
372-6377 o coentl Si. lem. I
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention 10-12:00 A.M.appt. call 2-4:00 P.M. I ed back yard 4 yr. equity 2215 EstateFor 61 2 Wu<oU 43 Farms A Acreage
I nan
to nervous or elderly. Friday 5 Five letter words per line NE 15th Terr. FR 2-5538 after 43 Colored Property I
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR Monday PERSONNEL through CENTER 4:0 p.mBEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL Enloy living In EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Raal !

_2-70C2. Lie by State of Fla. 102 NW 2nd Avenue I Same 2 lines I 3 CCB. 100 x 100 lot. the discriminating home buy this 3 bro 2 bath 17 Werk WnUd MalaM Sle
as that of CCB living I Week ffaated
Choice location. Easy terms. er wants the advantages h. Flma
AFTERNOON route now 8 Pt. ordinary type kitchen plus Sues Help RENTAL
6 SrtCIAL NOTICESTRY paper Phone 485-2491 Brooner after 8. the country and the conveniences room nie I
available In Wiliiston. Man or home for with only $450 Help-Male er Female
of the city. this Is the patio.
S1.0 1 Collates For Rent
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woman wishing to suppliment In- 1 I f.) Df. Same as 3 lines NEW concrete block home on 3 you. Custom designed and built I down. CII 3764617.' I I]al Bel Wanted C Fnrnkkcd
DIADAX TABLETS (former. come by $50 per week. Write 5 ordinary type :: acre of land north of Gainesville for the lot over 'Ap. =

ly Dex-A-Dtet). New name. Circulation manager, P.O. Box city limit. Buy fur or loin larg w will love I CHEAPER. THAN RENT We : es U Female Help Waate t Houses for Bent*. Fnra. I
same formula only 98 cents. Ca- 57. Gainesville or call FR 2. T O Same 4 lines unfurn. $9000 withgood the spacious living have several CB homes, 2 Boascs for Bent Cnfam.
nova's Drug Store, 37 N. Main 8441. I I O rt.ordInary type 5 terms. Phone owner after room with fireplace. roomy kitchen or 3 bedrooms that can be FARMS & LIVESTOCK f Reams for Bent

5?. = 6:00 P.M.. 372-44C7 or 462-1175. Including range refrier.ator. -I bt with a minim = S* Form Equipment 4 Booms R
14-Sales Wanted payment 1 Bote =
Help dish washer
IN GAINESVILLE, ITS LOOKING dep ly payments LESS THAN Feed Fenlu. M'I. Rentals
i freezer. separatedining In
D4Same r. LUcttock
GDI'S PHARMACY 24 .* > lines Call 3764817. SnppJlti S1A Wanted To Bent
114 Central Plaza I F L.. ordinary type E SEE this 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida lovely br. 2V* baths and RENT. Landscaping Top SDi S3 Boarders Wanted !

(next to Wlnn-Dlxle) REAL ESTATE SALESMANHugh a 82 room central heat home on a 124 frot ft.screened of living porch.area CHOICE BUILDING SITES S Pets Jt Sapplles 1 Office Desk Space I
For prescriptions & cosmetics 82 large corner tot near schools. sq. ea Livestock WantedFINANCIAL Business Rental
Is centrally heated and air conditioned sonably 1
D.L. DRUGSTOREDUE Edwards. Inc.. ,Gainesville'slargest 906 N.E. 20th Ave. plced. go seleci
I A-C units. An added available.
for I The Gainesville Sun will be responsible for by 3 tr d.
builder has opening nt more than one SERVICE
to divorce I have a like new HOME. 3 bedroom, feature Is th Universitytested tais I
new salesman. Excellent earning nor be liable for In 82 BUDGET
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic 82 Inrre Inserti any error adver. 19 man shelter. Located 6 Bulaeis OpprtnJUea SS Special Serried
opportunity for above average 82 extent than the cost of the space occu large screen porch fireplace the M.i"Red" Franks Realtor HencT to IS Basic
sewing machine that lust outside city I
does ev man. Mr. Dorman, sales manag- a pi b the ,Item In the aCfYerlent. No adjustment will S350 down, payments like rent. 1m. Claue Associate lu 24 Badi Impr.nmeDt
erything. We would like some er. HUGH EDWARDS INC that do 82 1033 N.W. 22nd Ave. its this Is an exceptional Lnsler. U 1 Mange-gee
one to take up payments of $6.00 372-1551. Tdvertilementn materialy effect the value of CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS Wm. E. Harris Associate 82 I Money Wt IS Appliance Fmrmltur*

per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- a th SMALL FAMILY nearly new 2 7 N.E 1st Street Ph 361 =
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37- -- n_ rolnlntftitlumlilnmnlmffisinnmcmnmenssumes.OUTDOOR ..
2051. COUNTY AGENTSFOR = 5 home In nice area. 3774 2. ..... .uu..''!
bro .If you are looking for a fine INCOME LISTING
The Gainesville Sun terms. Call for
complete
CHIEFLAND reserves the
NURSING 82
HOME privilege of
has a few vacancies, mode r n ALACHUA COUNTY = leing any advertisement whIc I deems oblectional revising and er re to S I Informatio see this PROPERTY 3 bedroom call home us with to 35 Houses For Salt 42 Farms & Acreage

building. Homelike atmosphere needed to follow up tremendous 82 ttAsxsrsfft any *"or- 82 an 2 apt. Both FORDYCEREALTOR
good food special dIets. 24 hr. number of inquiries 82 policy of warfrom 82 aNach bro and only
ALACHUA BY OWNER 2 BR. 2 story house 24
professional nursing Chief.
land phone 493-4781.care. for the famous international i i Sl33 Apt. Is rented for VO.O lot 50 x 15. Reasonably priced. LOS ACRESI6

hospital plan .- __= monthREDUCED See at 2nd Ave. Phone Public utilities, paved road frontage .
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8 Baby Sitters Child Car offered by International .u'm.n"II..IIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIUWU I REALTYAssociates Beautiful lot In 376-6755. West, sl Newberry bus service.Rd. Drive turn

Life Insurance Co. Theseare 33 LOTS FOR SAL 35 Houses for Sole I Black Acres near UniversityGolf FOR SALE BY OWNER. 2 Bed right on SR 241. watch for. sign
i .
TINY TOT bonafide leads devel- Arle Smith Realtor Course now only $200. Countr Estate room CCB 100 x retirement 100- lot. 6 I 0 blocks m e.Shaded on right. Terms if desired.

oped through national ad NICELY residential lot N.W. AREA : Mabel Gore Associate 5 This from Foster Elementary Riip FOSSEY Realtor
wed N.E. 1st St. 37 JOHN MERRILL Step University Ave. Ph 376-1359
PLAY SCHOOL: vertising. We offer no incentive 330x300, road NW of COMPLETELY redecorate. Large U 24 home has ,everyting you need in School. after 6 pjn.. 1"Selling Florida Since 1906"
yard with .
to town. approximately 3Vi miles living space. outside of city lim AIR CONDITIONED, 4 BR 2
Visit and prizes or gifts REALTOR Jus
for area. 3
us see yourself. .
2
from city limits. $3,000 cash or Beros. bths.Sl.0. its. Terms to ar ACREAGE
FRED Onl. bath Attractive corner
b
24 SE 8th St. FR 4-7806. people answering our ad. terms. $20. le.
20 down with up to i yrs.to MULTIPLE LISTING ranged.. toay. Fordyce Associates lot. patio fenced back 20 acres paved rd. w of Gainesville
p.
PLANNED program awaits your Our plans offer latest fea- Call 372-0331. Associate anytime.ERNEST PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES Inc. 376-123 yard. Paid up swim mem- platted.
cub
pre-school youngster at JACK tures available such as TEW, REALTY : bership. $900 down. $ mo. in- MARY MOELLER

& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. guaranteed renewables for 34 Waterfront Property FR 64461. ARNOLD MARCELLA PARDIW. Vine CoveredCottage cluing taxes-insurance. 2817 1019 West Univ. FR 6-4471
Music educational H. BUCKHANNAN .
programs life available all 3 BEDROOM CBS home in New. 11th Dr. 372-5037.
film-strips. 7.45-5:15, Mon.-FrLj to age can be yours. $300 down
berry on nicely landscaped FORDYCE
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. groups. benefits payable lot. acre and approximately $50 per month. BY OWNER 2 BR 1 Bath house
BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee Reasonable down payment.
with built In kitchen in
Child Care in my home. Fenced anywhere home. office or River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Terms to suit. $10,000 S. E. REALTORBest M Fence yard. delightful floor plan. land Court Manor nice High lan ACREAGE

yard. Reasonable rates. Good hospital etc. We also offer 6160. __Sapp. Realtor. Newberry, Fla. be appreciated.$8,500.Call Must Fordyce be seen to& lot low payments

references. Phone 3723713. all forms of life. & OWNER must sacrifice, 3 sap FHA loan. Call 376-1566.
salary. LAKE Place for sale, call FR 2- bed Associates, .
KIDDIE KORT group insurance. We pay 4416 after 5 p.m room, 2 bath large Fla. room Buy CONVENTIONALNew 316J2 OWNER transferred. 3 BR house Small Ranch

highest i commissionswith COWPEN LAKE-nicely furnished and chen living room, built in kit. 3 2 bath home at listing Lg. corner lot. S.W. Roman Inspiredterrace VA financed. 2 yrs. old. $400 100 plus Acres 9 miles from City.
Child care center FR 26667Employment carport 1705 sq. ft. liv BEDROOM cash. Take payment of $82 $275 an acre. Modern House.
2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional of $15,100. "Car 3 BR.. 2 bath CB. dbl. garage up
advance ing ,
an contract. area convenient to schools. accents this lovely home. Ph. 372-3263. fenced and cross.fenced. water,
frontage. rier" central healng. air conditioner Fla. room central heat. 2.000 per mo.
10% first year renewals $.80 Term I 1321 N.W. 21st Ave. Phone FR 2- unit. hardwood floors I sq. ft. living area $22,000.00. Im.mediate Over 2,600 sq. ft. provides a gracious mile north of Sperry Plant. utilities building plante pine

(paid monthly) This is LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry 26 fenced yard. Attractive location occupancy. Call Mary 4 bedroom home with space IVa practically new 2 BR home windbreaks. Truly b.

the best deal for making home; elegantly furnished; a STUDENT sacrificing 2 bro near schools and University. Moeller. to grow in. Air conditioned and with full bath on 11/3 acre
dream true at CCB home. Partly In centrally heated. Low down pay tie TWO 10 acre parcels one al
come Terms. Phone
$7,000
11 FEMALE HELP WANTED money in the industry. No ASKI About these and $10.5000. eluding appl. and washing mach. SPACE & BEAUTYA ment. Can Fordyce & Associates, shad lt. 5 $225 and one at $330 an acre.

previous experience neces- ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR 10 minutes from Univ.. few I n 376-123 p.m
sary as we give you complete Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. blocks to grade sol. Ig. lot. Large Homes lovely 3 Br. 2 bath home N.E. AIR CONDITONED. gas heat. to ACRES f$16 an acre. Higfi
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn $9,500. 4117 N.W. 1h FR 2. QUALITY home on beautiful land. near schools Ig. screened porch Exclusively 2 bro and perfect sight
up to $5 per hour demon training. Aptitudetest ON THE GULF _4635 After 5:30 scaped lot on N. W. 3rd Place. low down paymt. $10900 mo. house on Cowpen Lake. 2 mies'Eat for the dream home. Only I
strating famous Studio Girl (not I. Q.) will be WEST VILLA. Spacious bedrooms large living Inc. Escrow, Call Mary Moeller. for the young executive. Architecturally of Gainesville. .80. miles from Medical Sol
Cedar Shores ESTATES
Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. given. Phone Marvin Key 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 room with fireplace. dining room designed 3 bedroom 2 Ters available. Phone FR

Phone 376-4336 after 4. Kiesz Jacksonville. 398- & Other Properties bath, wall-to-wall carpeting tie overlooking attractive terrace. SUBURBAN to bath h. Air ,cditi. wall kitchen 3672. FORDYCEASSOCIATES

EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. 9819 for evaluation tral heating built in kitchen $0.90 BARGAIN
inter- David AndrewsCedar and family room. A truly deluxe -
Includes CB 3 Br. 3 acres of land, good INC
Apply Hubbard Circle Grocery. view. dishwasher. Located on & As 4 Rm. hs 2 blks. from Sprin
16th Ave. and Millhopper Rd. Key. 3841 large wooded lot with circle Cool ComfortOVER financing. SI26. Call Mary h..Call Fordyce Hill Outside 926 W. Univ. 376-123J
,
drive. Orig. cost balance Moeller. side partially complete. Lot SOx
DREAM JOB 16 Work Wanted Femal. FOR SALE lot on Lake Ann, East $17.380. Equity 10$20.00.payments 1900 sq. ft. of alrconction 3761236.DUPLEX 100. $2,200 cash. Call KeystoneHeIghts
Phone 376-1480 from 10:00 AJVL of Hawthorne. Restricted area. Incl. taxes and $143 per ed luxury. Panelled INVESTMENTIncome 47313. 43 Colored Property
to 5:00 P.M. Monday Wednesday A Good housekeeper with good Call for information. mo. Phone room with brick fireplace. Separate
372-9172
and Friday no other time references. I want a lob. Call 376242 dining huge two car prop. near U.F. campus High Income return with this
Real Estate
37
please. _FR 6-2950. LOT on Cooper Lake. Price $995. $14,775 UP ON YOUR LOT. Open garage. RefrIgerator.rom stove dish for sale or lease land suitablefor wonderful bargain. Good Mortgage Exchanged
Terms. $20 down $18 monthly. House Sundays. 1 to 6 p.m. Designed washer included. Northwest small shops. Owner will build low taxes. Call today. For' HOMES FOR SALE

WANTED experienced Legal Secretary 18 Schools & Instructions Phone FR 6. & engineered by U. S. cation. with terms. lo to suit tenant. Investigate. Call dyce & Associates Inc 376123 SELL or trade for farm land In 2 & 3 Beros SE 14th St. &
to $25,0 .
begin work on or before Steel Corp., Homes 2100 SE 7th down
June 1. Salary commensur. WINFRED H. CRAWFORD sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 Division ., Mary Moeller. Alachua Cnt. 3 Bero. spa mete Some sal n d pay
ate with experience and abili MEN AND WOMEN WANTED" Reg. Broker, specallzlng In brick vener. 2 bth.garage. 1801 Away From City clous hse. Quie neighbro. pay
ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross TO TRAIN FOR LAKE PROPERTIESCRE.. NW Alachua Homes. FORDYCEAssocates Close UnIverity. 2-2 S Als homes built on your
& Blue Shield. For Interview con- CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS AGE. 3 miles No of Melrose Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- 3 BEDROOM 2 bath 100 home 130" lot 4: MARY lt n down payment.Call .
tact E. A. Clayton or James E. GR 5-2981. 6690. on x 38 Real Estate Wanted TOMMY RIDGELL
.
Clayton. Ph. 3729591. outside city limits near lake.Reasonably Inc. BuIlder Phone FR
We prepare Men and Women. LAKE GENEVA. contemporary, 3 HOUSE WITH PERSONALITY priced at $122.Oner 2-2
WAITRESS wanted. Texan Barbeque Ages 18-55. No experience bedroom 2 bath. nearly new. sale by owner. Lg 3 BR, 2 bath will pay costs refi MOELLER
neces I Multiple I Listing RealtorsGrace WANT TO BUY 44 Cottages for Rent
Hawthorne. Fla. 4812344. sary. Grammar school Wood paneling. open be a mad home has Fla. Rm., living
education Rm Broker
ceiling throughout. Romanbat" Inside I S. Fordyce
CASHIER wanted. Good salary' usually sufficient. Permanent patio garden extra I Dudley Goulden Associate 2 or 3 bro home with
apply in person Wonderho use lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. Large screened patio. porch, built-in ., extra nance.ARNOLD Associate family baths. Kitchen -.
Harvey
Restaurant. 14 S.W. 1st St. Behind High pay. Advancement. Send Work white sop. carport. 2 acres.Mel- features plus Ig. lot. Desirable REALTOR I 926 W. Bento. must. b equ'pped. Central' 2 Bedroom furnished cottage,
Sears. name home address. phone beac.. $350. terms. Durant Estate 561 N.W. 376-123 heat Must be priced no pets FR 25633.
GR peferre.
number and time home. Write rose 58th St. No sign up. Call FR 1019 W. Univ. Ave. FR right down
BE A FASHION Marcel Co. Box 388-A c/o Gainesville CBS HOME 3 BR. 2 bath LR, DR. 23 -. 1219 W.Multiple Univ.Listing Ave. Member 67! ParrishPresents ment. reasble Box 3A pay FURNISHED. I BR cottage all
electric tile food ventilation
37.32
Sun.Real large Fla. & Rm.
SHOW DIRECTORNO room on BR frame house I mile South Associates: GLADYS SMITH Gainesville Sun ser. Santa Ft
delivering or collecting. car etra large lot. Keystone Lake. of Waldo on Rt. 24. Phone Jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge:
S Lake. Phone FR FR
necessary.-1961 after Connie 6:30 p.m.Robblns, FR COURSE Estate Exam 2 blocks school,to churches.business Total dist., closeto priceS21.O. 48-10 after 6 P. Jim Charlie Sheppard Mayo Jimmy Bob Kalkman Greene: THREE Bedrooms, two baths In I 39 Out of Town Property 8169. 2-5 or 2 ,

ATTEND terms. By owner phone NEW BRICK Idylwlld at 3806 S.W. 18th St. SMALL furnished cottage and
First lesson free. for $700 i STARKE: 11 room 3 bath homeon
STENOGRAPHERSHigh SACRIFICE $2400 equity Call 3725393. Suitable
I trailer for rent.
$170
HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 473. $11,427. large lot In choice neighborhood. fo
cash. Total only
School Graduate with ability COLLEGE, 218 W. Unlv. Ave ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE MODELSOPEN Modern 3 B cot, IV* bath home. FOUR bedrooms two baths In IMMEDIATE occupancy can b Close to bank church working couple. More's. Ave.* _
to type well I and take dictation. FR. 6-3507 372-3727. I had on this pleasant 3 er Court 2330
Excellent salary. 5 day week. I GENEVA among beautiful trees I 10 am. Dark Near schols Refrig, elec. Yonge area 1246 SW. 9th home nice post office schools & market. 3764164. .
P.K room on
2 BR home I f .. masonry Ideal for home & office .
apts.
large living and drapes.No
Excellent benefits. Dally Interviews MEN WOMEN AGE 1855 stucc range. Rod. 1.0 Call 372.53 Florida Park lot. within walking
> to 4 p.m. WANTED IMMEDIATELY room fireplace. summer I FEATURES : qualifn. 1432 NE 14th Ter. distance of Gainesville High andJ. nursing home beauty shop etc. 45 Furnished Apts.
SPERRYELECTRONIC TO TRAIN FOR sleeping room, lot 200 x 144' Fireplaces 376-40. THREE bedrooms, two baths closeto J. Finley Elementary 1.0 or trade for Giinsviepopr. !
to settle an estate. Make Sols. Write Box .
TUBE CIVIL SERVICE S10.0 Screened porches HOUSES for sle. 2110 NE 12th University. 7 S.W. 26th
offering ofer. Custom kitchen cabinets Terr. 3 BR large corner Street. $17,900Call 372.53 ANGLEWOOD. Almost new 4 bed FOR RENT 1 bro frnis
DIVISIONSPERRY gsod pay, security. For Information Oversized bathroomsPlus lot. $500 equity. Take overpayments room attractive home, with central HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone apartment. Clln
RAND local interview write LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. fur. many other custom cas$91 monthly. Furniture FOUR bedrooms two baths o heating and fully aircondltioned. Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths I month. furnished. S
CORP. American Service. Box 411-M c-o nlshed home 3 BR guest house. I' features also available. Call 372. 16th Avenue at 1501 N.W. This wa one of the new acre lo will sacrifice. Appraise Ronnie Hayward, FR 24761
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Gainesville Sun. garage utility room, dock 210 6458. Terrace $1.0 Call 3725393. homes in t 1962 Parade of at $11.0. will sell for $14,990. FR 6-6134. 0. .
many trees. $18,500. VA & FHA Homes Let us tell you Gainesville, after 5
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY MEN & women 18 to Si to train for NE, 4 BR, 2 bath, Ig. kitchen, BLACK Acres. 14 S.W. 32nd Street. more about this one Cal. 36-16. 2 ROOM one bath, garage apr
EMPLOYMENT CIVIL SERVICE LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 x 250 In built-in stove. scren por c h, extra large three two met. quiet nighbrh

BOOKKEEPER TYPIST Statewide Examinations. For Informationsend Interlachen city water. 70 of TERMS dbl. utility. air con- bath home. bdro. PALM VIEW Estates. An attractive 40 Business Properties suitable for one co
organization has opening name. address & Phone No. hwy. No 20 Price $1.75. ditioner. Near elem. & |Ir. high S31. 4 bedroom masonry home. pie. Call FR 6-13. ,

In Gainesville for qualified bookkeeper Key Training Service. 112 W. Walking distance to elementary & schools swim club member SEVEN bedrooms and six bathsin Built-in kitchen units living and 2 BR trailer, S x 4$', swimmin
knowledgeable In general Adams St.. Jacksonville. JAMES H. McEACHERN I' Jr. High Schools, Shopping & ship. 37211s.LARGE West Hills. $45,000. Call dining room drapes TV ante FOR SALE BY OWNER pod. Call eveings.
business office procedures. Realtor Churches. 4 OR 5 BR HOME 3725393. na. central air conditionin and land on US 301 No. & So. 3n-13
Pleasant working conditions. salary PRIVATE and first tutoringJr... High. Keystone Hts. 47310 Hugh Edwards Inc ON 2-3 acre wooded fenced lot. heating. Resable financing. Hw. ft. cor. next & 3 ROOM furnished apartment
compatible with qualifications qualified yr. Col. Experienced. N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. i Study Acarpeting.. other ex FINLEY Area. 2125 NW. 3rd Stare. 3 534 ft. across Private bath apply Mrs. Mane _
fringe benefits. Permanent tutor. reas. rates. call 372-1551 tras. 2 blks. to schools. 3 two MASON MANOR. Neat 4 Stuckeys. Fette 112 N.W. 2nd Ave.
after S:00 372-6276. 35 Houses for Sale mos. Place Four bedrooms bro roa P. O. Box
position. Apply Box 413-A WESTWOOD I old. 1224 NW 36th St. Phone FR $37,000. Call 3725393. 2 bath home. Central Starke. 1 Bedroom living room kitchen.
Co Gainesville Sun. SPEED WRITING SHORTHAND LITTLEWOOD 2-4841. bts. and air conditioning. Love 10 Modern. $75 per 212 SB
Walking distance to schools. 3 FOR RENT $100 month. 20x- moth
BUDGET WORRIES? Secretarial Courses. Classes now FOR SALE by owner modern 3 BR, 2 baths home In Skyline EXCLUSIVE NW Area. Fallout A BUY In Holy Forest. 3905 S.W. ly play fenced area rear for yard makes Convenient Idel- 50 & freshly- painted per Inside. 1 7th St. Call Green.Inc. ,
BUILD YOUR INCOME. Avon forming. Howelfs Business Col bedroom house in Carol Estates. Heights. Study, shelter above ground 2nd Three bedrooms, cildren. btk. from Court Ill FR 2.317.
Cosmetics has an excellent opportunity 3507.lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- Furnished or unfurnished. Assume bult.1 range hard oven foors.. well & spacous., be used as two baths. $19,500.. Call 3725393. to ss.RANCHETTE Main St. FR 6312 Hous. S 2 B R L.R. screened porch par

to offer qualified wom Gl loan or refinance. Best Shaded back Call extra room. 3 BR. 2 bath homesltes, Approximately furnished $55 per
en. Call Mrs. Burns. FR 24421. offer. Call 376-8414. 3762 AC. fireplace: hm 16TH Avenue Extension. Three 10 acres t. FIRT TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. 110 SW 4th Ave. Call month
diswasr.
22 Special two L BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL. )
Services and
3 built In kit. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW frig stove, mw. acres thre br on Newberry Road. Green. Inc., FR 23617.
"SARAH COVENTRY" Bedros bth. section bath home guest cate ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OF.
on a well lot. MInImum 3 bedroom, 2 tile baths, er. Lot 175 x 30 Other features.By sparate 5 years on balance.
UNDER new management. Open- MUSIC LESSONS hade Owner. house. Call down FICE COMPLETELY FUR. TWO bro furnished apt.
piano 372.5393
and orgao. down low built-in double car 3630 1.0 Alachua General
Ings for fashion directors. Part Will FHA applances. SMITH NISHED. 5 ACRES LAND near
take
time or full time. For appoint. advance students.beginning and monthly payments port, connected to BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 bath Fla. UNDER $11.0. New 3 bedroom SCAPED LIKE A PARK. THESE Hospital. Ph. FR 6-7955 Gaines
mont call 3727049. Enjoy work- has strip hardwood floors. For sewer. Small down payment. Rm., kitchen with refrigeratorS Realtor Multiple Listing homes FHA specifications UNITS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND Villa or write R. T P.
Ing with talented young beginners. Information call THE JAMESCO. Days phone 372326Atter 6 built-in range. Central heat Associates: Ben Griffin and available to qualified COMPLETELY Box 365. St. Stro 0
CLEAN
SENIOR BEAUTICIAN with a Teaching studio located convenIently OF GAINESVILLE. IN P.M. 376nc ; & air conditioner. Near schools Anna Hins Florence Burns. buyers with FHA financing. >
following. Phone 372-5005. on Univ. Ave. Call Nancy Builders of Kingsbury C & swimming pool. 2902 NE 13th No closing costs and n city EQUIPPED WITH AIR-CONDI SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house
McArthur FR 25132 after 6pm. Phone Nights Homes- FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. 1228 W. University Avenue 3725393 taxes. TIONING AND HEAT GOOD close in and accessible to all
Dr.
HELP turn your spare time Into 372-252. home located In Westmoreland Phone 372-26- WELL. REAL COUNTRY LIV of city. 403 SB
money. No soliciting or deliver. AN exciting home with space excellently Estates. On city sewers paved BY OWNER. Finley Area. 2 WESTSIDE new residential subdivision RESTFUL QUIET AND par m.111
ing. Adjust your own working 28 Livestock & built, air citioned. I St 2 Ig. bath Rms, Ig. family room separate dining r o Be flpenlng soon. Acre tots DAN ISO N 2 4
SuppliesWANT
hrs. For appointment call 3 BR. 2 Bath family ro Rm. & living Rm, dining area. Large m. COMING !- streets now being paved. May RANCH MTEL LOCATED 2 1 BR. furnished apt. water fur.

372-7049 fireplace nw being completed Central heat built-in kitchen including seue. screen yad walking we tell you more about this restricted MILES EAT WILLISTON nished. 4123 NW 12 Tedr.. S
WANTED AN ECONOMICALLY by Lloyd Myrick, Builder In dishwasher. 2 courtyards distanc to FR 2- residential area ON FOR IMMEDIATE per mo. Call o 316-23
excellent HW.
time work. Contact typist for part PRICED FEED? Then try CPA Wimberly Estates. outside city wall to schools, close to city ode GEORGE D. ask for Mr. Haynes.
George Doyle Cooperative limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off U of F center FHA VILLAGE DANISON. OWNER. ADDRESS.
Gainesville Sun. I Production Dairy Mills, part 16 per pulleted.cent N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- 17. Cow medicl payment SI.70 McKINNEY limits.M.M. 126 3RD AVE. N.E-. ST. PETERSBURG EAST SIDE
500. Phone 25689.
ATTRACTIVE LADY to go into I Ideally suited for feeding onpastur ocupn. GREEN FLA. PHONE 8962J76 -
apparel business with Realsllk, :. Special for May only. FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. 2 1027 NW 4" Call Butler GREEN GARDENAPARTMENTS

Inc. Direct sales experience helpful FMX Gainesville or Alachua. bath Ig. Fla. rm., utility area.separate Brother 3-5 dally 376-9048
but not required. Opportunity ____Phono FR ?.1Q95 or 461-21 OS. living rm.. dining rm., DEATONRealtors VILLAGE 42 Farms & Acreage
for advancement within 90 days. kitchen. wall to wall carpeting NEW MODERN 2 BR. CCB ParrishAND per month l>pGainesville's .
Write Dennis Clemons. P. O. In rrru, glass sliding door S
30 PETS & SUPPLIES livin house. 3 lots. Utility room tile FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Finest
Box 3217. Tampa Fla. 33601. to 16 24
x patio terrazzo GREEN
bth. Ig. screen ASSOCIATES. INC. RURAL PROPERTIESROBERT
flo
Wanted part time clerk-typist : FREE kittens. a weeks old. Call fenced-in back yard. 1325 NE Lake Santa BUSINESS : MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Furnished or unfurnished

perienced In filling I I out Insurance FR 6-4339, or see at 2831 N.E. 12th Terr. S19JOO.. Fe. $125 See across from Post Close to Court Zoned H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham C SMITH. REALTOR Lovely 1 an 2 bedroom apart
and medical forms. Please 10th St. NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 Fla. Business (82) Hose 133 100 VILLAGE Carol Gardenhire Mary Parrish U.s Hw. 441 Mlcanopy, Fla. I men?. 3 9th St. Phone 3769608. S

_call 3723697. I Black Labrador PUPpies. best of bath Central heat, centra air 3 BEDROOM house in Melton this property can b pur. 1 First St.Tel.. 372-5375 h. 466-3120 -

blood lines. Fine to hunt or at cond. Northwest. $ Call Manor. (Kincaid Road)\ Small chased at RIGHT PRICE Call GREEN
12 Male Help Wanted I home. AKC reg. 372-5743 after 36-2. dow paymt. small payments. FR 2.317CREEKSIDE

6. and all day Sat & Sun. 3 BR Fla. Rm.. Carol Estates. Phe FR 22940 after 6. IN THE

ARCHITECT er senior draftsman MINIATURE Poodle stud service. Metcalfe & Howard Bi 3 BR 2 bth paneled Fla. room, : VILLAGE FUN
permanent position salary open. 31 champions In blood line. Pay eouity & assume dining 1900 ft.. window I
sq. Modem Central
with ro. HOME heat -
Box 790. Lake City. Fla. Phone FR 2-1857. "S".9 m payments; Phone air conditioner, draperies, large beautifully landscaped GREEN

MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREin ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good fenced back yard. $1500 dwru creek-side lot. together with _
the Insurance business. Must for watch stock and pets. FR N.W. Section 3 Br., 2 baths, large ._4012 SW. 19th St. phone 29026.MOTHER'S GUEST HOUSE Call FR 2- _
be between the ages of 25 to 50 2-0033. car and utility. Paved street, 3617 VILLAGE
to qualify. Guaranteed starting crbn. excellent condition, JOY1Mother's
salary. Call FR 27167 or FR SIAMESE kittens. sealpoint. adorable rer well landscaped.
2-2153 for interview. a wks. old. Wonderful Reasonable DUPLEX :
Mother's Day present. Call Hawthorne 372-5 Day will be completeif GREEN
4312589.PUPPIES BUY move Into this BRAND Let us show you this attractive
WANTEDCOLORED EXCELLNT must sacrifice, y 3 hr. 2 bath home at and well located two story duplex SVN I

ONLY. TURPENTINE Yz Leopard hound. Or R. 2 bath kitchen bunt-ins, 3 N.W. 16th Ave. Half acre that we have listed Good VILLAGE '

DIPPERS. CHIPPERS AND Vi Beagle. $5. FR 2-0976 family r central heat.& air Air conditioned. Elec. Kit. coition -$17500 Fully furnished month- In NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
Family room. Spacious throughout. per -
located
PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY after 5. coitiin outside
Terms will please Could be used as a home with GREEN
OFF EACH WEEK. CONTACTMR. lmit For further Infor- $5
an income Attractively priced
KENNETH STRICKLAND. BLACK thoroughbred poodles. 6 you. .
weeks old. p 3.3112 worries are Just Don't wait Call FR 2-3617 BOATS MOTORSWHO
$50. Phone FR
TELEPHONE 376-8083 AFTER 6 2-
2-hrs oe. I
P.M. '8352 anytime. 2 BR. CCB. 3130 N.W. 10th St. children play this VILLAGE BOATS & MOTOR RECREATION
Stove, refig.. auto washer, air half acre yard. Spacious ASSOCIATES
WANTED Caretaker on Lake a wk*. etd .Siamese kittens pure- cond.. Ilu Total S low fnce 2Vi baths. Elec. Kit. J. Fred G Jay BoHerworthCol. WUL LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS -

place. Must be sober and have bred no papers. Crooked tails. c U per m by or Many extras. See at 4147 N.W. J. Davi J. Wiltshire GREEN Firglls Fishipg 13 Pl fsn boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
references. Furnished house and $15 ea. Phone 475-2518. cll 316-19. 5 P.M. 36th St. Or will sacrifice for Listing Boat Ined FRANK $ J1099

good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry 3 FEMALE Chihuahuas and 1 BARGAIN No quick GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
Co. 200 W. Unlv Ave. male $11 each. Ready to go Qualifying Oy $, D Central 3-So conveniently lote at 607 J. W.KIRIPATRICK. VILLAGE EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX n N Main 3.3

SERVICE STATION attendantneeded this week. Phone 376-4169. heat and central Bat NW 19th Ave. BR 2 baths. CHARGE
at ServIce built In kitchen. cl Design fo real faIl enjoy The Heart o East G.IWe
apply Superior LABRADOR retriever female. 9 tlo.I" Lt GREEN FRANK
LR Check
Station. 425 NW 13th St. months 10 trees and roses wlt firepac PHILPOTSSPRT with Oarle
partially trained yard
very Family FR List of Classifications to choose
some r Ele
'0 MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITYWill 1n lIegent. Phone 4812312 R. E. painti. SI0. heat a $17,500. Extra r 2171.I
personally train young man. Gregory. Hawthorne. m 1904 wit 38th Dr. eempi lot rel b If desired.4Owner one Gainesville.of the Space most VILLAGE Horn Fiberglass I from
design custom Boats.
Fishing
21 to 30 to become district Ph 2 Just out
a SELL NOW.
GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all days. 6-90 nights. says details and special quality ALACHUA COUNTY'SONLY
manager with Realsilk Inc. shots to Shown weekdays side City. Shaded half acre lot. GREEN Itself' I Skiing Swimming-Diving.
ready go. for the discriminat Quality Sells DEALER
4 3 full baths in troh -r,
3
Write Dennis Clerrens. P. O. Bedr Deep well. Sprinkler ste.n
after 7 P.M.. all day Sat. Lib .
Box 3217. Tampa. Fla. 33601. and Sun. See Don Carney 3501 ft. of home has ovr BR 2 bth Cent Famiy I ber.SLGHTLY Several 2 NW. 14th Ave. : JOHNSN Fishing Equipment.
living aircii subrn.
m
NW 18th Ter.DACHSHUND 3 s sp n d r Car &Itity. Lts br VILLAGE FR 251 or FR 6 SEA MOTOR
dlswlsr. tr bath e.c large SALES AND Safety Items.
houses I
CHICKEN SUPPER puppy. AKC reg. may exras. I need fa/nily room, well kept andpaved Thr FrI 5-4 SaL Lone Star Boats. Orlando
M f Clipr
of
plenty check this UNIVERSITYREALTY l p
red female. I weeks old. Had all .r Prices from GREEN Boats. Coifing Equipment.
Saturday. 4 to 6 p.m. shots $40. Phone Kingsley Lake one. Will trade. For Information $ sr.. 520.000.SUMMER S spi ris.
call THE
JAMES CO.
May 9 533-2493. OF GAINESVILLE INC. Bund places: O Cowpen VILLAGE 601 S. MAIN ST. Tennis Eql1a1 .

Sponsored by The PUREBRED beagle Puppies AKC ers of Kingsbury H lake fmls two br s Equipment.
,
Church registered also Labrador puppies nights ills N. MainS. ?. Ph aO cf
of God Prophecy. 32. 47.1. 3
Jome Konrwte Rt. 1. W. .. abe three bedroom
Phone 376-6134 for reservationsand Box 7$. Keystone Heights 473- 1 acre 2 BR house good water M. Munroc E. McLaughlln Rel Frank RO .1 extra d tot,dl GREEN Sun Want SWIMMING POOLS When t Fish.
near county landing Waccas- S
home deliveries. 4958 o by McCann, T. Douglas exceptional Ad
River sacrifice on at C residence and other buildings
33 LOTS FOR SALE Illness S Contact -Jr. 335 feet lake frontage VILLAGE BE CAREFREE P many many M

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Anderson. 3 Box 100-B MAKE OFFER! $25,500.EXCELLENT
Gainesville Fla. MUST SELL lovely bedroom selection o lovely Get Results Enjoy| a clean and healthy
FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY LOTS WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD. 3 ,home built less than 2 yrs. ago. lots: Over an acre in retried GREEN Mat Pool Service p. ADVERTISE THB
LOTS 1 Bl. from campus. near BR. large well landscaped lot Not In a development area. Features are S for sl le h. & Monthly cleaning L
: Unlv. P. O. Large lots overlookIng inside and A service.
several $900 down galore o Wet Li VILLAGE SERVICE
For top quality workmanshipcall Lake Wauberg. Magnificent w take ovr tre a luxury home for a dlsrll wood area Ip FR U 63n DIRECTORY
Htabls
view. Small
mortgage; S97 family. Flexible Tu .S aa'
V 372-6142 MARY MOELLER erything. CaN p m.- pn. ev tin lf e Newberry Rd. onto 57th I U.90. many ot In all GREEN

1019 West Univ. FR 6-4471 NW 5Sth St.

: GAINESVILLE UPHOLSTERY BY OWNER 2 Ber cit lmi I batI.IUt n| taxes.West 0. FOR 5 SALE BY OWNER. sci X. W. RealorMember KIRKPATRICK MR.. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the

BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof room, tlt. Vj acre lot. 3 BR 2 bath Fla. Rm. do Multiple Listing VILLAGE
1501 NW. 13tk St. N-W. 22nd Street. 110 xl55'. Price and Make us an to Llttlewood Estates. 31 N. Main Phone FR
Free EsllmatM-Ptca' up and Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x. offer! Call _nyl 376-6461. $ s.. down pay. ASSOCIATES: Fun in the Sun se tion.PHONE' 372-8441

. delivery. 1W with view and prlvUeges Steve c. Ernest ment 920 NW m. Phone Floy .Mathiasen 1n Bul GREEN
of Clear Lake. 376-5109. Yew, Realty.271' N.W. 13tft St. 35 A. W. Recce, CapS, Re.

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45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 49 Rooms For Rent 66 Misc. For Sale 66 Mise .For Sale.

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ONE BEDROOM furnished. Including WATCH FOR NEW HOMES
curtains and blinds. All 2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. 1919 ATTRACTIVE room, with private BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted ROOM air cooler. less than 1 mo. IMPORTANT
utilities furnished except elec N.W. 36th Ave. $52 month. Call entrance in quiet modern home. Milfish. 6'2" By Al Pfleguer. old. $25. Phone 372-3286 after 5
THE TIME IS t NOW. tricity. Nice location. $60 month. FR 24224.AIRCONDITIONED. Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U ofF Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTCooperative
student. FR 2-7883. Box 1490 Hawthorne apartments to
__FR 2.39744U N_E. 6th St. 1 bedroom Rd. FOR SALE acetylene welder 8. be bout In Gainesville. For WALTER
twin beds. Danish modern fur. PRIVATE ROOM with bath Blk. USED Underwood portable '
NICE efficiency. 2 beds. screened 1 typewriter cutting outfit. complete. $50. Information call FR 6-2921 I
front porch open back, electrically niture. Located comer of 20tti from campus $35 a month. 1104 6 outside doors locks Phone 462-1871 or 462-1579 any or write STUBBS
run $65 mo. 865 NW 31st St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. _S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. and hinges. Various types of time. : ,
Call FR 21714 moulding & electrical P. O. Box 13956
Ave. FR 20779.EFFICIENCY fixtures &
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr NICE room, private entrance and heater. Also plumbing supplies & AC. HD. 19 Bulldozer. 1951 Ford Gainesville.. Flo. INC.
bath screened porch on side. 36 ft. cattle trailer I
apartment. private 46 Unfurnished Apt Propane Bottle Energy. Phone pickup; ;
bath and entrance. Very clean. $40 month. Also one for $30. FR 60348.STRAWBERRIES. milk cow; elec. lawn mower; University Park I
House to Rent? Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. 865 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 2-0779. White tractor; 2 BR mobile 1321 N.W. 16th AVE.
NEW you pick them.1Th home if desired will
1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen NICE downstairs closein ; acreage Apts.
1962 10 x 50" Trailer for rent with rooms -
cts a pint In
equipped. $60 your container. rent. or trade. Phone 462-1754-
month
TV. Call 3768716COMFORTABLE per on ayeai's private entrance off-street Starling Bros. Farm Graham PHONE 376-5394
lease. Ph. 376-8372
days parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR
and private trail 376-7327 evenings. I 22582. Fla. St. Road 18 6 milesE.
er. Responsible students or work. of Brooker. Brooker 485-
REMEMBER-A rental vacancy COSTS ing adults. No pets or children. TWO bedroom duplex I kit : NICELY furnished room. Maid 2702 or 485-2568. |r EYES RIGHT "We Trade Houses"

I I Phone FR 29838. chen equipped. $85 per month. service. Parking space. Reasonable I
See at 4166 NW 6th St. ELECTRIC typewriter. good con. See real dream living In Shadow
YOU MORE rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone dition "50 Call after 5 P.M. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. FINER HOMESby
' than the ad that will rent I REDWOOD apartments. 4401 SW 2 BEDROOM large living room. FR 67423.ROOM 372-6738 I ,
13th St. New I bedroom Apt. now D. Oliver. Bldr. CAPITAL
kitchen t BUILDERS f
available for information call equipped. Couple pre with bath & kitchen privi BOLEN ride-A-Matic tractor with Ph. FR 2-0866 .
it _FR 6-0427. ferred.Phone FR No 24857.UNFURNISHED children. or pets I 'leges. Working lady or graduate disc and plow. good condition I West on NW 39th Ave. past : DAN BYRD offered ASSOCIATES.INC. thru
student. 376-6652 after 5 P.M. I .
the Glen Intersec
$175. Call FR 2-6677. Springs
I Bedroom duplex, lights and
EXCLUSIVE NW AREA
water furnished. Couples only. duplex. 3 bedrooms 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women, FOLDING CAMP trailer (NEW tion. See sign on left. I
No children or pets. Call FR5824. living room kitchen. rooms and apts. near campus MOON) $95. Model R. John
Jl Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU bath. Freshly redecorated. 4Vi day week, month. FR 6-2937 or Deere tractor $100. Both in good J I NOTHING DOWN VA beautiful From your Ocala first block look split at level this
miles from downtown. Good location FR 6-1082. I
42 AIR conditioned trailer water for children. condition. Shell Station, Interla- LITTLEWOOD AREA. 4 BR. 3 J Only $100 Closing home on Its full acre hillsidelot

EVERY DAY until it is rented : & garbage furnished. Student Call FR 2-3419 until 5$75. FR month.22648 ROOM and board for girls. Use chen. Fla. Ph. 684-7711 after 5p.m. bath. 2050 sq. ft. living area I MINIMUM DOWN FHA you can be certain that
couples only. Near Univ. $75. after Saturday and Sunday. of washing machine. Call FR 6- central heat built-in kit. 1 Wk here Is class all the way.
372-5112. 6083. CLOSE OUT SALEOn from Westwood Jr. High. 2biles N.W. 6th St. 3000 sq. ft. of living area plus
TWO bedroom apt. available immediately from Littlewood elem. screened & roofed terrace and
IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: I BR turn apt.. tg. living rm. ; lower level of duplex PRIVATE bath entrance and Wallpaper. 98c a Roll school. Ideal for Ig. family. or & 37th Place double carport. 3-4 bedrooms.
kitchen bath private entrance. ; stove and refrig.. parking. Nicely furnished. New HARPER PAINT CO. .
situated family and elderly persons. NEW ONE & TWO 3 baths 34x13' family room.
Ill NW 21st St. FR 6-7441 or about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 refrigerator. 1516 N.E. 7th St. 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Priced for Immed. sale. $34.500 I kitchen fully equipped with

$40 per mo. .. . $1.33 per day after 6. FR 6-6112. NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone TWO Single Businessmen wish to NOW you can enjoy cooking with ye9 N.YV. 13th Ave. 3722893. FLOOR PLANS Chambers bullt-ins separate

CLEAN. 2 BR upstairs apartment FR 6-5871. share 3 br home with single gas. Gas used installed dining room and living room
$50 $1.66 near Campus $90 mOo man. Phone FR 6-4402 'til range n --- ----- i 3 BR. & 2 BATHS which are adjacent to terrace.
per mo. . per day per 1 BR, duplex. kitch equip. Newly 6 p.m. FREE with our LP gas. $65
Phone 23329. redecorated. $50 month. Couples after 6 FR 6.4873.AIRCONDITIONED. complete. Propane LP Gas. provide an area large enoughfor
only. 21 NE 13th St., FR 2-0374. SW Archer Road. Phone FR SALESMAN ON PREMISES the most aspiring hostess.
$55 VERY NICE 2 bedroom furnished room for 6- E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN
$1.83
per mo. . per day 5110. With 600 sq. ft. recreationroom
apartment. Suitable for 3 stu rent. State
inspected.
UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom du private
CALL FR for rainy days and teenr
dents or couple. FR 6-2721 or plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per entrance, linens and utilities ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna JR. : OR 2-2511 FOR
$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day _...953212AVAILABLE. month. FR 22372. furnished kitchenette. $ .50 Double stack complete. Nothing BusI I WALTER STODDARD. I Many.age fun many there other Is room features for all.Including
weekly. Phone else' to Homes. Lots. Income.
men 372-
only. buy. $15. Brants. EMMETT
HOLLOWAY.
now across from PARTLY furnished I central heating and air
garage apart 1565. 513 N.W. 8th mess and Lake Property.
$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day Campus. choice efficiency apart ment. 407 N. E. 9th St. PhoneFR Avenue. Farms and Acreage. CHRISTINE STONE conditioning. And best of all,
ment for 2 people and comfortable 6-3000. NICE single room in prl. home. USED Chain Saws $50 up. New E. C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. only $35,000 with flexible terms.
corner room for quiet prt. bath telephone garage. 4 hp saws 8995. We repairall 638 N. MAIN ST. DAN BYRD ASSOCIATES. INC. I NW 21st Place at 34th St.
$70
per mo. . $2.33 per day gentleman. Apply 321 S. W. 13th 47 Houses for _Rent Furn. util. furn. $37.50 per month. Men chain saws & lawn mowers. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 6- 54t 825 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-3245 for appointment.iIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIllIIIIIIIIIIt .
Street. only and sober. Call 28748. Chain saw rentals. McCulloch JACK DE YOTREALTORJ1Illll1lltlII31flWflWlUflhl1flflWfltHlWifllflhIIJ

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day CLEAN newly repainted. new ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom LADIES or gentlemen 2 rooms. dealer.Wisconsin Florida and Brlggs Saw Co.Stratton FR

living room furniture. Immediate large Florida room. month or Excellent neighborhood. private 63411. ? II !

$80 per mo. ., . $2.66 per day at 1204 occupancy.NW 23rd$75.Blvd.1 BR Phone apt. year.GR 5-2530.Mathewson Manor. C a II 7498 entrances, $35 each. Phone 6- DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY McCOY'S

6-2472 Weseman Realty. 3 BR, living rm., dining rm.. $90 Chairs. low as 18. No money Macoma Homes NorwoodHope I
$85 mo. . $2.83 day down low as $S per month. ,
per per DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer 54 Business Rentals Free ; I SAVE!
estimates. pckup and delivery

for cooking & heating. Cold male students. McKinney Green service. All work Inc.For .

$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day water furn. Private front & back Inc. FR 23617. GARAGE space tor rent 613 S.W. teed. Phone 3767786.STRAWBERRIES. guaran Sale very attractive 3- i i
entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806
2nd St. Call John Merrill Real
COOL furnished house on creek, bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 !
$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day NE 18th Place. large lawn & complete hedge. tor. FR 21494. E. University Ave.; walking I atIIIIIIIIInlllllllllllllllllllDlllll! "H" Inc.
2 BR furnished apt.. living rm. Patio with fireplace. screened AIR CONDITIONED 25 cts. per quart pick your cn. distance to Lake Forest I =

dining! rm.. kitchen. private porch attic fan carports. $150 NEARLY new modern office or .Look. for the Major Thomas sign Schools. Price 112,500. $500 1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homes Ii
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day bath. Adults anly. Married I for period June. July & Aug.. location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. Brooker Road. Phone 485- down and $7950 per month. 1 3 Br.2Bath
couple or 2 or 3 sober male couple only. 800 NW 36th Ave. Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty. 2635. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. or PropertyIIIIIIIIIIIIImlllbHllnllt..IIIllllbihII

students. No pets. $100 per Ph. FR 28384.BACHELOR 1113 N. Main St.N.W. NO. 3 DETECT RON. model 44. Day FR 6-7290. nights FR =I We must sacrifice this

month. Apr. 20 through August. Beach House. 24 complete price $40. Can be seen I 4-5015. Office corner N. Main 1 -Our inventory is too l=it
13th St. Building to be
Can be seen at 414 NE 2nd St. con at 1728 N. W. 1st Ave. and 23rd Blvd.
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR miles out of Gainesville. Ex. or call much-We
Ph. FR 67212.I structed. Space available for 2.Oll7batween 5-00 &. 6-00 P.M. I will take
pensive but worth it. Phone GR I
physician dentist. lawyer pharmacy
I i 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. S-2530 beauty shop and barbershop 1 I $850 for our equity. The following are ready for

1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 If interested Call 376-1831 You assume $17,000 occupancy.

SUN RENTAL WANT ADS NE 4th Ave. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. The Correct -1 Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI.

MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air 56 Business Opportunities I Hurry to take advantage 4-BR. 2 bath
J700
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp 2! BR. nice lot fenced J90 per 1 of thrs. $107 down.
FR 6-5576. mo. 1 BR near campus $75 per 12 LANE BOWLING ALLEY on W. Address For I mo.
mo. Frank Roby at FR 62937or
Univ. Ave. for lease. Opportunity
I
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments 24351. for the right man to get in v 1115 NE 5th St.3Br.2Bth. 1442 NE 16th PI.
some air conditioned. 1 3 BR, IV* bath $.cOO down.
REAL NICE the bowling alley business witha Young
2 bedroom furnished .
Summer
45 Furnished Apts. I 45 Furnished Apts.Freshly Medical rates Center.near 916 Universityand S. W. house tile bath & hardwood small amount of capital. Call 1 Our Loss Your Gain SIll per mOo

7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3<<2 or FR floors separate living and dining Mr.FR 6-2641 Haynes.or FR 6-2930. Ask for 4k,3 Executives j| -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320
Rm. No sm. children or
EFFICIENCY modern. S7S per 6-2664. be lowered We will
g
painted apartment. $45 pets $115 per mo. Ph. FR 6-2823. NW 30th
month. 212 SE 7th St. Call Me- i month. See 15 S.W. 3rd Ave. 1 BR furnished. $50 per mo. 2 SHELL OIL COMPANYIs I take $850 for our equi- Ave.
Klnney-Greene. Inc. FR 13417. II I After 6. B R furnished. $60 per mo. 722 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. now taking applications for You 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn. $7940
FURNISHED Apartment for rent I, NE 3rd Ave. Call 376-1963 after 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House service stations now under con \\t -Pine Forest | ty. assume $13,600 per mOo
FOR RENT 2 & 3 room apts. furnished Call (Approx.)
with living Rm. bedroom tile 5 P.M. open. FR 6-4230. struction in Alachua County. mortgage -
bath alr
Apt. FR 2-9569. mos. Ph.cottages.5912211 Mcintosh.$40 per EFFICIENCY& bath.apt.Lights private& hot water entrance nicely furnished home at 109 NE 25333 for application Paid training and and ap. ;: i!: Brick & BlockConstruction I now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd P1.
pointment.
furnished. Summer student 3rd St. $150 per month. Ph. 376- 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $48 i
nice & IIIIIIIJIIIIIUJIIIIIIIJIIIIIt!
3 ROOM furnished apt. guaranteed start.
NEW. modem 1 BR. air-condi .
0002 or contract H. G. : per mOo
preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. Bollmger
clean. For married couples on tloned apartment. next to Hollc p
ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea *. Inn rdult* '* nn p NICELY furnlshed convenient Starke. PART OR FULL TIME i FOR RENT
Men or women-No limit. ; ) G.E. Kitchens 205 SE 38th St.
sonable. Call 376-7844. FOR RENT age ,
$90 per mo.. water turn. Call downtown area. $75. Also garage completely furnished,
Business opportunity of a life.time. Bath $300 dn.. $66
SMALL apartment ,clean and 37.l-oiJoJ:! or 376-4$4.s.: I apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults 3 BR home. fenced back yard Pleasant. easy work-No 'tL o Air Conditioning 124 SE 7th St.3BR.lBath. per mo.
utilities one only. no pets. Inquire Lillian's air conditioned near schools & / I
$
Quiet. except gas.
1 BR. 1224V* NW 8th St.. sos per selling. Florida comany handling -
303 SE 38th St.
adult $33 per mo. Call FR 6- Music Store.PRIVATE shopping. FR 6-0638. 1 Year Lease, $100 MtJ.I .
mo. Call McKlnney-Green, Inc. General Foods Products ex. ) /1 (optional ) per
5289 or see at 317 N.E. 2nd Ave. FR 23617. I newly painted. closeIn FORDYCE RENTALS clusively needs representativesto 304 & 314 SE 39th St.

BEAUTIFUULY furnished. air ONE-I BR furn. apt with privateent. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and Call our agency to find the spend a few hours each S Sidewalks 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $64 emnllllllllllllllllmlnmlmm1IIIIII
conditioned 1 bedroom apt. i cold water furnished. Off street house you wish. Many listed. week delivering products on call per mo.
Also a 2 BR apt with air
Across street from Norman Hall. I parking. No pets. IS S.W. 2nd Also apartments furnished. to business accounts. Person selected S Terrazzo Floors I Norwood
conditioner. dist. to
Very large rooms. 2 closets In town. Call FR Walking 2.5514S7S Place. FORDYCEASSOCIATES must be honest. abstain- = !! !! :
condition. ers courteous and well dressed -
bedroom. Immaculate All City
Permanent tenants desired. No MO. CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto and have at least 2 references. t1 The following are under construction >
rental lease to shopping 609 N.E. 6th St. INC. a car and $1195 to insure per. and will be ready
children or pets. Rent $90 month. Month to month or Conveniences
Phone FR 21391. $65 month. '2' W. Univ.
Apply 1117 S.W. 5th Ave. or suit tenant-1 bedroom furnishedApt. per 376-1236 formance and cover cost. Minimum 1 I Hope"H" for occupancy soon.

call FR 2-861. available at 1204 NW 23rd CLEAN and neat near campus 2 BR Kit. equipped. 1206 N.E. assured Income of $300 per o Wooded Lots
Ph. FR 6-2472 Wese- bedroom 9th Ave. month for part time and up to
I Blvd. and shopping. one ; prefer $85 a mo Call McKinney Inc.
BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. Ut floor. man Realty1113 N. Main St. married tenants. Call any. Green. Inc. FR 23617. $1.000 per month for full time Extra Biq Closets 3236 NW 29th Are.
4; Prefer married couple and Ideal I time. personnel. Send name and phone II I =3 B R. 2 bath, $700! dn. $98
for students. Near Stephen Fos- FURNISHED I Apt. for rent $55 per Ralph FOSSEY Realtor :3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. number to Box 414-A c-o Gaines : We TrodaHomes per mo .
ter. Phone 372-6011. I mo. Water and lights turn. Call, 11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 Stove & refrigerator $115 per ville SunPAYING o Screened PorchesVAorFHA or PropertyBgIBllnnmlflmmnlmmmilltIffimnffmmnlIl"*
FR 2.1823. or FR 23794. mo. Phone FR 6-2472 Weseman
FURN. Trailer. In N.W. section. "Selling Florida Since 1906" Realty. Retail business in Gaines- 3301 & 3311

nice 2 BR on large wooded lot. I & 2 BR, 1 blk from campus.. NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM ville. Busy main Rd. Take over. NW 30th Ave.
call :3723488 376- air cond. optional $76 $101 per 2 BR partially furnished house
or
S70 mOo
per DUPLEX APARTMENTNicest only $950. Cash includes fixtures p
I 4 BR 2 bath $450 dn $91
4360. mo. Call McKlnney Green, Inc. and 3 BR unfurnished house for ALL OUR HOMES ARE
In town. Good location & stock. Write Box
372.3617. rent. $70 & $SO per mo. Ph. 376- : PINE FOREST I= OPEN FOR YOU TO EN. per mo.
Very clean. nicely furnished 1 bed on bus line. Couples only. No 5568 from 8 A.M. to 7 P.M. Gainesville Sun. i JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
room apartment. Tile bath. $65. 2 BR. furnished apartment. No pets. 41..A'1 I YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave.
733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR $40 Month FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. 61 Wanted to Buy : B 1123 S.E. 4th STREETFR 3 BR. 2 bath, MOO dn. $86
FR 29S69 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. 6-1961. Apply' 816 NE 8th Ave. 2 bath. central heat, built-in By Quality Minded 6-5301 or FR 67989iL2tllDWB8hIlZl1fllBWflfflflUffhlIIWUUIflliuiBIflaIll per mOoIlllUIlllJlllllWUJlWU
stove. Call 485-3811 after 3pm.
WANTED: water cooler must be HUGH EDWARDS Inc.
716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom I priced reasonable and in good : / / / __ _
home. CCB. Hardwood floors. working condition. Call 372-441,
I SERVICESHome Walk in pantry, attic fan Venetian ext. 2Q 8-5 weekdays. 372.1551
blinds.
Separate
dining
CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators
Available room. Tile bath FR and 2-8445.utility room. stoves TVs. clothIng NE 16th Ave. & 15th St.
now. etc. FR 23937. William's .
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. Service Center. Hawthorne Road. SEEGainesville's

$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed WANTED to buy 2 used Corvette
I And BusinessAppliance room house. $60 month. Furnish hubcaps. Call after 5:00. 2.3942,
ed 6-7466.duplex apt.. $?0 month. FR I 2201 N.E. 16th Ter. HOUSE HUNTING?

WANT to buy Midget Sprite or
=3 houses for rent. Available now. i Spitfire 1961-63 low mileage. Call most exciting homes
PAINTING new
BulldozingSMALL 3 bedroom 1 bath completely 6-6327. ,

22nd redecorated.Ave. Available$100 month May 714 5th N.W.air WANTED to buy 15 to. 18 ft. CHECK THESE NORTHWEST now on display at Highland Court

bulldozer. loader. dump WANTED: Painting. Free es- conditioned 3 bedrooms. IVa Ski Boat with 40 to 75 hp mo Manor.

trucks fill dirt. lime rock. Top timates. No job too small. bath large screened porch, tor. Call FR J-1229 Days FR HOMES TODAY
SOIL Phone 3727846. $125 month. 601 N.W. 36th Terr. 29756 Nights and Sundays. :
Work guaranteed. Phone
available June 7th, 3 bedroom.
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Backhoe FR 2-5630. 1 bath. fenced back yard $125 62 Machinery & Took i

wheel tractors motor month. 314 N.W. 36th Terr. Call $15,400Three
grader. Free estimates. W. G. PlumbingSEWER FR 2-1476 Sunday or after 6 p.m. ELEVENcompletely
(Buck) Johnson FR 64219. Weekdays for appt. to see. TWO A-6 Case combines with
motors both for $500. Call or bath colonial model. All brick
UNFURNISHED 3 BR house with Rt. bedroom two
write Eugene Haufler 3.
Concrete stove & refrigerator and fenc e d Box 217 B. Gainesville FR 6- front corner lot, paved street all city services walkto
INSTALLEDNEW
back; yard. 2119 NW 7th Terrace.
3336. elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
& used fixtures. complete Call 372-8932 or FR 26179.
_
plumbing service "BIG" JIM down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare new models ranging from
3 Bedrooms, 1 bath screened 64 Household Good
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumbing and almost ready for
CONCRETE Walks
finishing. porch. e lee t r ic $100 new occupancy.
range. $14,500 all VA
drives patios. slabs and shuffle FR 2-1589. month. Call Mc-Kinney Green to $18,200, with and

board. etc.. expertly done. Esti Inc. FR 23617. USED APPLIANCES
mates. Call 3723884. anytime. RemodelingNEED RANGES FROM 3995. FHA approved plans.HOMES.
3 BR. 1 bath scr. porch. elec. Refrigerators from 4995. $13,500Three
range. 530 N.E. 9th St. $95 mo.. TV from 3995.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA A NEW Florida room carport available May 8th. Call McKinney WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
patio, screened-In porch Green Inc. FR 23617. THE VARIETY STORE
etc.? Call now and get It done 7 S.E. 1st Avenue bedroom, one bath model with double access
FIREEXTINGUISHER for the summer months. Call 4 Rm. house $33 per mo. FR 6-3484. to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation, lOOx
372-8049 after 5 P.M. for freeestfmates. Inquire 739 S.W. 2nd
CO. Lots of windows. Only S450 down FHA.
Sales and Service Ter. FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR | 00 foot lot.
Alt types of Fire Extinguishers SALE WILL TRADE FOR Monthly payments only $81.00 per month.
ONE NEEDING REPAIR.
Pick up and delivery service UpholsteryUPHOLSTER RENTALSWe

C. R. Thomas Ph. 3764989 have some choice houses and GASSED FREEZERS & HOME REFRIGERATORS$9. BUY with three and four bedrooms several
,
Gainesville. Fla. apt's, furnished and unfurnished. RN& I

& reasonable prices.your furniture Call Sally.et MARY MOELLER NEEDING REPAIR.REFRIGERATORS FR 2-1330. $15,000Three f with spacious family rooms, Reserve

Repair Mortgage BrokerFHA _Experienced FR 6-9888 1019 West Univ. FR 64471FOR ,
T-A-G APPLIANCESTested
Air Conditioning RENT yours now.Nothing .

SewingAlterationsALTERATIONS 2102 N.E. 17th Terr. $135 42 Refrigerators and Guaranteed from $39 bedroom. two bath Sherwood model. 1200

current and rates.conventional Terms at lowest to 25 2120 N.E. 9th St. $125 Ranges from $39 tIp up square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down Down V.A. ($100 closing) .

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP I years. Will gladly discuss at no on women's 1227 N.E. 12th Terr. $125 17 Washers from $19 upI VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
2732 S.W. 3rd PI. S12527.co
First in air conditioning and.Ap.I obligation. Call tomorrow.J. clothing, also buttonholes. Dryers from $i9 up $91.00 unit complete.
S.W. 7th PI. $250 per
j pllance repairs. We sell guaran-I W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor belts & dressmaking. Call 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
See WILBUR BISHOP, Realtor
teed washers. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 372-8891 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
FR 60267.Appraisal. 11 N. E. 1st St. 10 TV Sets from $35 up HIGHLAND :
FRED B. ARNOLD Sewing Machine Repairs 6-5081 2427 JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. $12,250
419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 1
Service REALTOR 3 BR home for rent. $100 per
FHA AND CONVENTIONALLOANS month. Must lease for 6 mos.
MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KELP
CALL-SEWING MACHINE SERVICE -
1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372-
VINATORS. New automatic
COURT
MANOR
CO. 819 W. University
121* W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 3723522 3263.
FRED B. ARNOLD Ave. 376-1075. We repair all .washers from 13899. Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone

REALTOR MORTGAGE MONEY I MattM Wortc fully guaranteed. 2 BR frame house on private New Refrigerators from $158.88. bath home. new and distinctively different at $400
APPRAISAL 51* per cent Interest. Terms to drive, water turn. $55 per mo. New Freezers from 13995.
REAL ESTATE FHA. 100x100 lot with $74.00 month
down trees a
SERVICE 25 years. Tires ,Alignment Call 3723488 or 376-4360. New Icemaker refrig. from $279.95. : Model home located on NE 31st Ave.
372-3522 BUY BUILD WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.
PH. REFINANCECall
AVE. -
121 W UNIV. Brake Service 2 kitchen.BR living Fla. rm.Rm.. dining utility area.rm. THE 7 $VARIETY.E. 1st AvenueFR STORE All city services walk, to elementary and Junior High Drive north on Main, turn right at NE

Auto 'EquipmentHYDRAULIC 125 NW 13 Dan Byrd & carport. Located on 441. 14 6-3434.: schools.All 23rd Blvd. continue NE 12th St. and
St. Ph. FR
22511 to
VACATION SPECIALON mL S. of Gainesville. $65. Ph. of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street, ,

GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA famous nationally known Mo 466-3418. i .66 Misc. For Sale N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces- turn left. Follow directional signs.
end hawk tires . Save to '
conventional up
loans. Low
rebuilt & NEW red brick home for rent. 3' medical VA and
JACKS sible to downtown center Hospital
,
rates. Terms to 25 vears. 1228 504* on new tires. See our new
exchanged Repair kits for W. Univ. Ave. 372-5393. wrap around retread that gives BR, kitchen living room. car I SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT nearby shopping center.
authorte- port and utility room. 809 N.W.
Factory
Walker Jacks.
more mileage & traction. Latimr -
HydraulIc Jack FORDYCE and Associates Inc. 40th Ave. 1 Blk. from Stephen $7 per month. Balance $68.
ed walker Tire' Co 623 N. Main St
815
W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075
BRAKE Conventional and Foster School. $115 to
Service Agent. HULL'S F.H.A. I o sos. per mo.
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 .S.Main Call 376-1236. Grace Fordyce. WINDOW CLEANING right party. Call 481-2418. REPOSSESSED Singer portable WHY PAY RENT?

FR M497 Realtor. Fordyce & Associates. 2 BR unfurn. house with stove. Zig Zag and attachments. RB.
Inc. 921 West University Ave sews forward and reverse. ap
large yard quiet ttreet $65
nue. WINDOWS cleaned floors cleaned per
plique stitches
monogram fancy
Phone 23329.UNFURNISHED .
Auto Gloss and waxed houses washed. 10 mo. and etc. $6 per mo. Bal $36.
yrs. experience. Free estimates. 2 BR house. $100 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR -1075o BUTLER BROTHERS 1
PaintingSPRING Phone FR 25955.Yard per mo. 317 NW 27th St. Year's Repossessed

bust- lease required. Call 372-1975. Sales office located NE 23rd
AUTO GLASS Is our only SINGER SLANT NEEDLE at
4 ness. Immediate Installation Work 2 BEDROOM living Rm dining Model 301 like new. with all

free pickup a delivery. Add House Cleaning Houses Rm. bath big screened porch : attachments. Take over pay. Blvd. and llth Terr. Phone 372-3471
beauty 8 value to your car. painted Interior and exterior. CHARLES WORSHAM specializing garage. range heating ments $7.50 monthly. $65 full Phone FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 nights
MAULDIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. good workmanship. reasonably In lawn mowing edging & $65 MO. 917 S.E. 4th stove.j price. Sold for over $200 new. I' .
._32J N.W. 6th St. FR 6-2558. priced. Phone 2-4365. Reuben pruning. FR 6-1966 anytime. 2-8610. Call FR 22C51.

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I I to-- Gainesville Sun Friday. May, R. 1964
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77 Mobile Hornet for Sal. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 85 Automobiles for Safe
66 MJse .For Sale.TR3 I 70 Boatt-Marine Equip. I r
FOR THE CORRECT DODGE-DART GAINESVILLE
ONE 14' NEWSOME fishing boat WE BUY BELIEVE IT CONDITIONING, Tune up RAMBLER 63, White 2-door,
Sports car. 1960 It$995 Sherwood with 1957 Johnson elec. starting Special S2JO for performance power steering radio and heater TIME DODGE TRUCKS AUTO SALES
elec. guitar amplifier
trailer USED MOBILE HOMESTop test. All makes and models. excellent condition. Phone
motor and heavy duty
,I stand$30. Underwood$20 Hammerlund typewriter HQ 170& with 2 new tires $500. Call FR dollar paid, phone 376-0571. OR NOTSave Conditioning Hawes Powers Servicing Motor Center.Co., Air 2-5992. FR 2-1411 POOLE-GABLE 1007 N. Main St.
C. like new. $190; Collins TCS- 2-4568 Only :3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES' VOLVO '61, good condition, good Phone FR 2.6313
furnished 204 N. Main Phone FR
46 2 BR St. 2-
I $600. 10 x Of
0 925. Phone 3742794.FOR SAVE to $1,500 tires excellent gas milage ra Courtesy 119 SE First Ave. Florida'!
$3195. mo.'" down 2541. Northcentral
72 Office Equipment BANK FINANCING only dio-heater, white side walls.
Sale: Westinghouse Refrlger. NEW 10' wide mobile homes $54.09 per month. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive $875 or $150 dwn. $35 mo. Call University Chevrolet 372-4343 Largest
$50.ator Phone Frost-Free.3722888.good conditon Town & Country Trailer Sales Over 50 models to choose from repairs and tuneuP. FR 27255. N. Main St.at 16th Ave. Independent Dealer
I GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 2.2290. TRAILER MARTHWY. Miller & Sons. 732 N.W. 1st St. '63 OLDS JETFIRE. R&H factoryair
REEL type power lawn mower supply dealer ChesnufsOffice .
Equipment Co. Invites you WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 17 PHONE 328-1050 Phone 372-0080. 4 speed transmission. Turbo
exhaust to come In and shop or call for Butts Mobile Homes Inc SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 charged engine etc. New
free delivery. Chesnufs Office 4920 NW 13 St 3764361 EAST PALATKA FLORIDA 85 Automobiles for Sale condo Mr. Green FR 2.311Value
I large trunk $4. Call 3727506. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. NOW SHOWING BARKLEY MOTORS
Ave. In Downtown GaInesville. 1964 MOBILE HOMES BEAUTIFUL 2 BR mobile home BUICK '63 225 Convertible Air
FOR SALE Antique roll Rated
desk. Approx. top 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor with about 300 ft. Fine highway i Conditioned. Take up payments. IUsed I
price $75. Can be
at 73 Musical MerchandiseORGAN Plans. Terms tailored to meet location Reduced to $3995. Will White red Interior FR 6-
seen 1310 S. Main or call
6-8866. I your budget. Drive a little and trade. Phone 462-1754. I 5816. Cars I
save a lot at
BASSINETTE like new $15 1 SALEOf CONNOLLYMobil 1959. 45x10. 2 BR's. Terms Buick Century Cony- 1957, full B&G MOTOR CO.
yr. size crib. $5. R. C. Anderson All Home Sales Inc. may be arranged. 376- power including windows seats
Christmas Left
1773 N.E. 21st Way or overs. 30 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 0097. steering and top. Auto. Trans., Cadillac Oldsmobile
to
new organs. Savings up
call 6.9787.FURNITURE
Phone 6224166 Padded dash radio & heater
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. Closed Sundays WW tires. Tinted glass good 2001 NW 13th St.VOLKSWAGEN.
FOR SALE 702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE condition. $695. Call 3762917.
An entire house full of furnish 13 TRAVEL TRAILER gas stove
ings must be sold. Refrigerator WURLITZER ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12- CORVAIR Monza.63, equipped
America's No. 1 piano and INTERNATIONAL truck Vt ton
Early American dining room 110 Volt light system. Sleeps 4. with radio heater white side
at Earl's Piano Co.
organs are 1955 model 4 new tires new
set. like Real bargain. $850. Bank finanCIng
new) Tables.
chairs Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlit- condition cost wall tires. 8,000 actual miles.
battery good
f beds and many other Items. zer Dealer, 702 W. UniversityAve. available. Phone Brooker $350 Call 468-1163 after 5.00 Assume payments small equI-
4852491.
All in excellent condition. Call Phone 3722222. weekdays.FOR ty. Will consider older car for
3764461 any time. TWO bedroom house trailer, $900 equity. Call owner at 3724441,
CLEANING out Coronet Constellation; like new. one bedroom house trailer $750. SALE 1953 Ford Pickup ext. 33. 8-S weekdays.
Garage. metal I
wardrobe vanity I no dents; S300 new suitable for Can be rented. Phone 3768234Monday truck with Service Body and DESOTO. 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good Discounted 500
dresser tar. to
beginner or pro at $125. See to Friday 9 to 5. side compartment ....0... $350 up
paulin baby buggy canvas & condition. Call FR 2-4568.
at Rebel Stamp and Coin Shop Clayton Steam Jenny, Model
St.THE more. very cheap. 11 sw 24tn SPECIAL THIS WEEK LHRM .............._...... $250 Ford, Fairlane 1960 Radio heat.
" 76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre R & W Service & Hdwe Co. er, white walls. V-8. Standard MILLER- 5-64
BEST costs less. Every pot lot. $10,000 1 mile S of Paynes Robert Rowland Owner. Shift. Good condition. $400. 100 Fords 62 Ford
you own Is automatic with Full- 4 I PLACE Aeronca 15 AC. New Prairie. For appointments ca I 11 I Trenton Fla. N. E. 9th St. FR 27957. BROWN
gas. Burner with a brain. Your paint, new fabric new Interior. FR 63052. 1962 W ton Ford pick-up like new a..-OZEI Galaxle "500", 4 door sedan, 2 door hardtop Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic trans-
Philgas Distributor 6-5392. 65 hr. $SMOH hangered. Mark I $1295 Phone 4681179. HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx 1030 E. Univ.LAI.La & 4 door Hardtop power steering power brakes. mission, radio, heater, a cream puff, 1-owner.
II. $3195. Call FR 2.3563 after IT'S FOOLISHto in good condition. $450 Call FR FR 2-3582 Automatic transmission, radio heater, 4-5000 '
DEEP well pump complete with 2-9702. $
Y 11 40 gal. tank, pressure gauge 5:30 pm. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals miles. Priced to save you money. 895
i
elec. shut-off valve & pay more. RECKLESS to MERCURY 1955 Station wagon.
connect pay less. GET THE REAL Radio. heater, automatic trans
ing pipe. Call 3720895. Automotive FACTS. Payments as low as RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn mission. Good tires. Good con- 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair
SACRIFICE 157.29 per month with $300 down. the USA. from United Rent- dition. 1-owner. 372-2340.PONTIAC .
46 x 70 box springs and mat LAKE GENEVA Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 62835. 4 door hardtop 4 door sedan & one convertible. Monza Spyder, 4-speed transmission bucket
tress. New. Must make room for Mobile Homes Sales Catalina 1962 convertible.All Test Drive All but two have air conditioning, priced from seats turbo-charged engine. A real not box.
stork's 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 83 & Scooters power. $2250. Call after s- Reduced to '
" J visit. Phone FR 2-0384. Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. Motorcycles 376-5620. 2395 to 2495 only:
DUNCAN PHYFE sofa In ex. *
cellent condition. $50: 2 chairs FOR RENT OR SALE '62 ZUNDAP 250 CC. Electric PONTIAC. '60 Cat., R & H, power- THE NEW 1895
$30. Phone 372-4887. 924 NW 9th 1 all metal trailer with cabana. starter. New -tag excellent con- brakes & steering Tip-Top Condition -
Avenue. WYATTTrailer See Ellis Guynn after 6 P.M. dition. $375. Call 466-3237 Mica- $1,195. Call FR 2-8832 after Chevrolets
6-63 55 Ford
\ Archer Rd. Village Barber Shop. nopy. Evenings. 5:00 P.M. 1964
WELL kept carpets show the results -
of regular Blue Lustre spot Trailer 2 door hardtops. 4 door hardtops 4 door seConvertible, good top, finished in bright red.
cleaning. Rent electric shanv SalesHome '-- - ----- dans some with air conditioning all with A real fine older car In good condition. Save
pooer $1. McDantell Furniture Co. RAMBLERRIDGWAY power steering radio heater automatic transyourself a lot of money on this one at only
Gainesville Shopping Center. of mission priced from *
Pacemaker Mobile Homes 495
CLEAN your rugs & upholstery Shasta and Airstream 2495 to $2695
with amazing Lustre F 0 a m. Travel Trailers
Use our applicator free. Call Ocala's First Mobile Home SAVINGSUP 59 Chevrolet I
Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703 Dealer Since 1948 MOTORS
N. Main St. 1923 Sliver Springs Blvd. 3-63 Fiat Bel-Air 4-dr. hardtop. Compare this price any.
GE electric stove 30" oven $65. Phone.Ocala 429-1158 Fla. I 1132 S. MAIN ST. where In nortttcentral Florida and you'll coma
GE refrigerator 13'. $100. Other TO "1100" 4 door sedans priced from to Barkley Motors.
household items like new. Phone
Interlachen 6845716. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES $12095 895

70 Boats-Marino Llulp. 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Ford
I Gainesville 3775113 $300IF 62 Olds 57 FordStation
U ft FABULAS Commander Mark Hours I to S. Sunday 11 to 7 Falcon ,
75 : Service Is a must with us. Wagon V-8 engine standard transmission
Mercury ,engine elc. starter. 4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Including :ion, a good dependable carl Excellent economy
running light heavy duty trailer. 1962 PACEMAKER 10 X 45'. In e Fairlane air conditioning. A like new one owner cream and comfort for the family on that summer
$950. 2215 NE 15th YOU LIKE TO SAVE MONEY
5538 after 4pm. Terr. FR 2- excellent be condition. $3895. Can i I puff. Priced at only vacation trip.
financed locally. Please call e TBirde
15 Daysailer. Sloop rigged. Dacron FR 2U37 between 3 and 8 p.m.l| i 2695 695
sails stainless steel hard. 26 x 8' one BR. completely furnished SHAW & KEETER FORDIS Ford
ware. Epoxy finish and trailer. ( air > conditioned trailer
Excellent condition, $900. 12' with partly furn. 20 x 11%' ca- Trucks
Nipper with cotton Mainsail. bana. Excellent cond. FR 2.9886 Test the Sunbeam
Needs work $ISO; Phone FR between 4 & 7:30 a.m. or e & ,
I 21145. 11 p.m. ._ THE PLACE FOR YOU The UnexDeCted FordMustang from e e Racing 16 !Unique style Sports engine Car "Imp"B a r kl ey


e 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline

TODAY'S SPECIAL 62 CHEVROLET e 5,000 -mile service interval. Motors

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Oil DisplaySHAW S1495

59 BUICK electra 4-door sedan steer- Station Wagon 4 door V-8, radio heater, "In the Auto m.Barkley's .
power
1"-
air power glide power steering, power $1945 & ; the Name"P.O.E.
radio & beautiful -
ing heater finish inside and
brakes, tutone, white walls . . KEETER OPEN SUNDAY 1-6

out. Suggested list price . . $1240
62 FORD 230 FR W.2-0503 University 2201 N. Main St. FR 2-4373

Extra
Special $995


2 door hardtop, radio, tutone, white and $
CRANE'S USED CARS 1695J

bronze, white walls . . . ..

516 S. Main St. FR 6-2425 61 FORD THIN II





64 RAMBLERS 4 door V-S, radio heater Fordomatic, $ .

I.' tutone, white i r..I light green, whitewalls 045
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LOWEST PRICED 60 VALIANT

1 I AMERICAN BUILT CAR i SHOULD BUY NOW !

TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMS 4 door, radio heater, automatic: tr
ns$1 1045

mission white walls solid red .
Ridgway Motors 1. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED!

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t 1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433

162 New Ford's Falcon's, Mustang's, T-Bird's and Trucksto
If 4 door, radio heater, Power glide, air
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4 4I f SAVE $ $ ON 57 FORD 2. CONTEST! .



I i 2 door, radio, V. tutone, white and

SELECT USED CARS r . .8:. 245 We are in a national Ford contest. We intend to win.

I The deals that we are making have dealers over the state
64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon
Automatic
Radio, Air Conditioned Reclining Seats. Ex- 52 CHEVROLET talking to themselves.

ecutive's Car.


63 Ford Foirlane 500. 4-dr., automatic transmission 2 door radio, heater light grey . $' 1
45a 3. WE NEED USED CARS!
radio and heater
. . $1995


62 Rambler Ambassador bucket seats auto- .

matic transmission, air conditioned solex

glass, nice . . . . . $2195 We are expanding our used car facilities Your car

63 Monza Coupe, Automatic Transmission will never be worth more.
Radio Heater. Wide bucket seats white wallsa

little over 8000 miles like new $2195

59 Plymouth 9 passenger stdtion wagon au-

tomatic transmission radio, heater, power I 4. FINANCING!

steering, power brakes . . . $795 .

61 Falcon 2 door heater 1 owner $945


61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio, heater 4R We offer low low 6% financing on all new & used cars.

clean . . . . . . $995
WARR.A '
61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-door. air conditionautomatic We handle it all No red tape, no delay!

trans., radio a real buy . $1195

60 Buick, Electra 4 door automatic transmission -

radio heater power steering,
power brakes in excellent condition . 2 EXAMPLES OF OUR SPECIAL BUYS!
SHAWKEETER
.. . ... . .... . ..$1595 BRAND NEW BRAND NEW

60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon automatic 64 FAIR LAINE 64 FALCON

transmission, power steering and S't. TOTAL PRICE l TOTAL PRICE

brakes . . . . . . $1295 $175 DOWN $175 DOWN

& ONLY $1996 With Good Credit NLY $1789 With Good Credit

ONE WEEK SPECIALS .

59 Buick, station wagon . $895 S..i

61 Rambler, Station Wagon .... $895 MOTOR
;l. f SHAW & KEETER NY

61 Falcon, Station Wagon .... $995 .. .. l;.

Jt.:. tel.'W Serving Northeentral SaHsfied CustOM.flotida .,. -
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59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission :. Since 1924 :: Our Most Important Asset
heater A $ .:'..: ... :.\, ::v:::.:;:" "
radio aver . $895 ( '/ /' "" ''** %
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63 Jeep Wagoneer 4 door radio heater automatic .-' "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD r1- Hague -., / -j,1 Waldo

"worn" hubs, in excellent condi- m L>. &J

tion . . . . . . $2695 .- DEALER SINCE 1924"t :
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56 Ford 2$29 Mon. 54 Ford 4 door $12 Men. \ W. UNIVERSITY AVE. .Y"N

57 Ply. 2- .
57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 56 Chevy Wag. $12 Mon. Phone 7 0

57 Ford Wag. $24 Mon. 55 Metro $24 Mon. !
GA1NESVIlL #@
Lots of Other Models for Less Money! 372-0503
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M 85 Automobiles for Sal. I 85 AUTOMOBILE for SALE I
FOR SALE 1956 BUICK Roadmaa--- : I
Vw 1500. The all new look In ter, all power, good condition.
Volkswagen. Why buy the old Phone 37X132 after 5:00 P.M. ,
Beetle quality when plus you room can have and HP.VW SAVE $300-1400.( '63 Chevy SS Yes! It's True REPUTATION
!
Call FR 25444 after 3 pjn Impala new tires everything
'weekdays. but air. '30 NE 10th Ave. 1
JEEP STATION WAGON motor DR's Orders! No driving walk. Too Many Cars
cash.lust overhauled Call anytime good 485-2881.shape. $250 extra St.1957 2 good dr. Ford bargain.Station 11 SW Wagon 24th NO FLIM-FLAM IT'S THAT PRICELESS INTANGIBLETHAT

1960 Chrysler Winsor. power KEEPS OUR CUSTOMERS
.: brakes power steering. Priced '63 VW Deluxe Bus. All accessor
I la sell at $790. See at Dobbs lee 5,000 miles. impeccable. By I NO GIMMICKS! I I COMING BACK.CADILLACS.
Phone Pure 011.376-2511.N. Main & 8th Ave. t owner.00 end Call 7-00 FR *-l5 t between i WE MUST CUT OUR STOCK IN HALF

.-4 M tires VW A-Cond.Sedan., 11.000 radio, &ml.rs. new Un- 87 Automobiles Wonter New 1964 CMC Pickups I I TO DO IT, EVERY CAR IS CUT IN PRICE THIS
der-C. New S2225 now 11595. FR 950
2-711 after 5. 1 owner. thrv 1954 Fords
and Chevrolets. 916 SE. 4th WEEKEND
BRING out the best In your car. St. AI Herndon 5e vice Station. ALL WITH FACTORY AIR
Superior Auto painting & body $175 DOWN
work. Fast dependable service
free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S 63 SEDAN DE VILLE. NOT DISCOUNTS OF $100 or $200
FR BODY 64707.WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. Test DriveTHE $ White! low mileage fully S4995

1944 RENAULT 1000 miles $1195. Per Month I equipped . . . .
1961 Corvalr coupe auto trans. $975
1962 1960 Vouxhatl.Ford Galaxla$350 .......... 1495 NEW 62 SEDAN DE VILLE.
1963 Corvalr Monza 4 In floor 1964 White, beautiful condition i- S3195
1943$1495.R &Comet H, steal custom at $1495.4-D, H & H. insurance Including,: and License finance tag, state charges.sales tax, life . . . . DISCOUNTSUP

Phone 3723407 or FR 20245. I RAMBLERRIDGWAY 62 SEDAN. White & rose,
195 Ford. 4-door. Falrlane 500. VI
,automatic transmission. Radio Tropical Pontiac very sharp . . S"4"S'
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heater good condition. $695.
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FR 62969. 4031 N.W. 36th St.
RAULERSON MOTORS MOTORS CMC Truck Center 61 CONVERTIBLE. White, $ '

( CARS Horn of and A-1 TRUCKS Used 1132 S. MAIN 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583 black leather interior. . 995
I, WE BUY SELL AND TRAIE ST'j I
1611 Hawthorne Rd. 372.5285.VOLKSWAGEN __
-- 61 SEDAN DE VILLE

WE AREOVERSTOCKED White, One Owner. . S2995 0

60 SEDAN DE
f CLASSIC BLACK, low mile-2595
age exceptional. TOHERE
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!, ;;iif.fu! ;,! 60 SEDAN. Beautiful blue
//f I 1 'lI h.i $2495
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with NEW 1964
TRUCKS
60 SEDAN.
White
(does
$, ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES!
((50 TO CHOOSE FROM) not have air condJ) . 995

59 SEDAN DE VILLE. 57 FORDFL 62 CORVETTE
Special Low Price or SEDAN. One of the S1995 500. 4-dr. sed. V-a. Auto. R & H. Rdster. HT. loaded like new.
63 man VOLSW Ghia coupe AGEN., air conditioned Kar-- finest cars ever built. . M WAS $395 SAVE $199 WAS $3395 SAVE $400
Blaupunkt radio NOW $196 NOW
white condition.walls Beautiful immaculate dark $1767WITH 57 FLEETWOOD. Selection SO L $2995

brown matching exterior coffee-colored with of two. Top model . 07UB- 52 FORD2dr. 56 PONTIAC
leatherette interior. HT V-t Std. Trans.. R & H, runs
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AS LITTLE AS 4-dr. HT. V-f Auto. R & H. New paint.
$2295 C-1404 MODEL ui : i good.WAS $245 SAVE $123 WAS $595 SAVE $145

61 roof VOLKSWAGEN.sedan. Pearl white.Sun- $195 OUR LOSSDOWN i NOW $122 NOW $450

Bendix radio. Whitewalls. YOUR GAIN rr I
Excellent condition $1195 1 Year GW Warranty 56 FORD 61 BUICKLe

We've taken I 2-dr. HT, V-8. auto R & H. Sabre. 2-dr. HT. Auto., PS. R & H.
57 delivery special of Chevrolet .
VOLKSWAGEN Sedan. on a purchase trucks OLDSMOBILES
Coral red. Radio fully reconditioned that's why we can now offer you the truck you need-and the WAS $495 SAVE $175 WAS $2195 SAVE $345
.. .. $695 deal want right i NOW $1850
you now 62 HARDTOP 98 SEDAN. NOW S320
Factory air Loaded withextras.
61 2595
VOLKSWAGEN.wagon, three Station full- UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET :. . . . 61 SIMCA4dr. 63 COR V AIR
seats. Very clean $1395.. 62 HARDTOP SEDAN 88. I ., heater. Std. Trans. Monza. 2-dr., Cpe., 4-spd..R&H Shays
a11 "Serving Northcentral Florida Factory air & power. Solid $1495 WAS $695 SAVE $280 WAS $2295 SAVE $300

Miller for over 25 years" 61 leatherette seats. . . NOW $415 NOW $1995
HARDTOP
Lirii
Corner North Main fir SUPER 88. MDAN' $ '
Brown 16th Ave. terior. : .in 095 63 FALCONSprint 62 CORVAIR
'Phoe36 5 60 HARDTOP "" -- 2-dr.. HT. V-S Auto. PS R & H. Greenbriar Sta. Bus. 4-spd. R ft H. Room
1030 E. SEDAN. 98. Many others. Galore.
Univ. Ave. I WAS 2395 SAVE S.=>45 WAS $1995 SAVE $325
FR 2.3582 "Gainesville's Largest Volume Dealer" Factory air. . . . $1595 I
NOW 2050 NOW SI 670

60 SEDAN. SUPER 88. $1495 I 63 CHEVY 63 TBIRDLoaded

Power steering & brakes .
HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO. Impala. 2-dr.. HT. V-8, Std. Trans R & H. Including air. new tires, low miles.
I OTHERS WAS S2895 SAVE S335 WAS $3995 SAVE $370

SMITTY SAYS: NOW S2560 NOW S3A25
59 BUICK
SEDAN. Factory -

, air & power . . . $1 095 63 VALIANT 60 E. FORD
WHY SIMMER ALL SUMMER? Signet 200. I Seats,"R & H.WAS Anglla 2, dr. sedan, heater Iean. *
59 BUICK HARDTOP $, v95' SAVE $300 WAS $7?* eAyF 200

COUPE. Air condo . $1195 NOW $2095 NOW $595
Don't be steamed-up oil summer over a car that just doesn't run properly. Now is a

good time to trade for a dependable, late-model car. Selection is at an all time high 63 CHEVROLET. Impala. ('
sedan, 13,600 miles. In
and prices are down. factory warranty . . 2195 I WARRANTYGet fi

TRY US THIS WEEK! 59 CHEVROLET. Impala.
s Hardtop sedan. V-8. Powersteering $095 any other dealers offer to trade. John

guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,
If I You don't Like these low prices .
61
FORD. Galaxie hardtop I year and and condition being equal. Why not

sedan. Factory air & S 12 95 save hundreds of dollars at Gainesville Auto
power.
MAKE US AN OFFER! 59 CHRYSLER. New YorKer I Sales. a

hardtop coupe. Air condo
Loaded. . . . 1195

64 CHEVROLET S.S. radio, heater, automatic trans.,_power steering $3295 58 IMPERIAL.

t 64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door hardtop, automatic transmission, radio, ton ditioned hardtop. .sedan.. : .Air.i. .c con$95: I I '61 FORDGalaxie. 62 FALCON

heater power steering air ..... ...... :. ................. . . ....... $3295 58 LINCOLN. I 2 dr., sedan. auto.R&H. sharp. Fjjturt coupe. bucket seats radio & heater,

64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan automatic trans., radio, heater $2995 top coupe. Excellent Capri I condition hard-i $7 js WAS $1595 SAVE $220 clean.WAS $1795 SAVE$400

. . . . r NOW $1375
63 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4-door hardtop, automatic trans., R&H, air .... $2895 NOW $1395
62 PONTIAC. Bonneville
63 DODGE, 4-door sedan, automatic trans., R&H, power steering .... $2745 hardtop sedan. Factory air $

63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, automatic trans., air :..... . $2095 Power windows. Outstanding 495 I 62 CORVAIRMonza 63 FORD
. . . . I Galaxie XL. 4 dr.. HT, B. seats loaded.
63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop, PS. PB, automatic trans. .... $2495 WAS 4 dr.$1795 sedan auto. SAVE R&H low$300 miles. WAS $2995 SAVE $400

'63 VW Combi, likenew, 8,000 miles .... ............. ..... ...... $1595 STATION WAGONS NOW $1495 NOW $2595

63 BUICK Special, 4-door wagon ..... ......... ..... ...... ............. $1795 60 OLDS 88. Factory air.
Full 63 FALCON
63 VALIANT, V-200. 4-door, AT, PS, radio, heater ........ ............ $1695 I window power split electric rear seat.rear $ -C 64 FORD 2 dr.. heater new spare tire. ;,
15"5
62 IMPALA, Super Sport, power steering, PB, AT. 17,000 actual miles $2195 White with green deluxe in- WAS $1795 SAVE 55300
terior. . . . . Galaxie 4 dr.. loaded Including factory air.
62 VALIANT, 4-door, heater. 16,000 actual miles ...... ...... .......... $1295 59 OLDS 88. WAS $3884 SAVE $500 )NOW $495
Factory air.
62 Imperial Crown, full power .......... .............. .......... ..... $3395 Power, electric rear window. SI 295 NOW $3384 55 FORD
l White & gold . . .
62 CHEVY. Viton truck ..... ...... ...... ..... ...... ......... ............... $1395 4 dr., sedan. Bring your rope.onlv.
61 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door, sedan 88. Real clean. PS, PB, R&H, AT,. $1395 60 CHEVY. 6 cylinder $ I 63 CHEVROLETBiscayne S50
standard shift. . . 1195
61 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door full power ..... ..... ...... ................. $2795 I Station Wagn.."," std.. heater new 57 FORD

60 FORD, Fairlane 500. 4-door sedan, AT, R&H, air .......... . ..... $995 standard 63 FALCON.shift.Light tan. tires.WAS $2495 SAVE$400 I door Hardtop.

60 CHRYSLER, New Yorker. 4-dr. hdtp. No trade in Needed ...... $1395 economy. : .Compact: S179E NOW $2095 only $75

60 CORVAIR, 700. 4-door, automatic trans., radio, heater ................. $695 61 DODGE. Power steering.
In excellent condition. Plen- $ 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales
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60 METROPOLITIAN. 2-door, hardtop. Real sharp ....._ ...... ...... $545 j ty of 95 i,

59 PLYMOUTH Fury. 2-door, hardtop PS, PB, R&H, AT. One owner $795 roomCOMPACTS 1. Low or no down payment

59 IMPERIAL Crown. 4-door hardtop AT. Full equipment. Power $1095 2. Lowest monthly payments

58 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, automatic transmission. Radio, heater ..... ..... $295 61 RAMBLER Amerian. 2-
door sedan Radio heater $ 3. We stand behind our automobilesGAINESVILLE
57 PLYMOUTH, 4-door sedan. PS PB, AT. R&H. V-8. One owner $595 standard shift. White. Very R95

57 BUICK. 4-door sedan. AT, R&H. One owner ..... ................._ ...... X595 good condition. 38,000 mi.
I I 60 CORVAIR. Sedan AUTO SALES
56 PLYMOUTH. 4-/
56 OLDSMOBILE.-4-dopr: hardtop AT, R&H7RTdes good ...... .......... $175 Folding rear seat. .
I OPEN TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center
, I ISPECIAL! 55 CHEVY $150 I


Hawes-Powers Motor Co. ;i B&GMOTOR

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SEE: J. L. Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Slight, Mac McCullough, Sandy Comns ''
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I Plymouth-Valiant-ChrysIer-lmperial-Simca, Sales and Service CO. : DIALER IHDErNDENT

"We will not be undersold or out-traded"
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312 N. Main St. FR 6-3400 NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. . FR 6-7515 WE SELL TO SELL AGAIN PHONE 372-6313
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3 SOUTHERN CHARM ,

r/ AZALEAS \ for ,

I Soil for azaleas should be abundantly supplied with water and organic material. If1
f the soil is not naturally well supplied with organic material, acid peat or muck, leafmold, TREES'abo'ut
r'; r compost or other decaying organic matter should be mixed with the soil before the plants ; DOGWOOD
f are set. Frequently the soil around new houses is contaminated with lime in the mortar
from the walls or foundations. If there is any doubt, it should be removed and the bed
filled m. In addition it is highly desirable to conserve moisture, modulate soil temperature
r and stimulate growth with a mulch of decaying leaves, straw or other organic material 3 feet highSOc
on the surface of the azalea bed.
Care should be taken to set azalea plants at the same level at which they stood in the ,
can. The soil around them should be well packed and the whole bed covered with a { '
J mulch. Azaleas require a great deal of water during the period of blooming and of ,
new growth but will not tolerate a water-logged soil. A soil heavy in organic matter ,
S combined with the mulch will help to maintain the soil moisture. The plants are very \
shallow rooted. '
To promote and maintain healthy, vigorous growth it is usually necessary to fertilize'. .,
regularly Acid-forming fertilizers such as 6-6-6 or 8-8-8 are satisfactory. Apply the fertilizer :_
in 3 applications of approximately Vi pound to a good-size plant or I Vi to 3
pounds per 100 square feet per application. Make the first application in February or t t, '
March, the second in May or June and the third in July or August. x '< .
When it grows in the open in full sunlight, dogwood normally reaches a mature height ? ,. ;
of 12 to 15 feet In shade or when crowded by other trees, it grows somewhat taller and ; t I
does not flower as freely as it does in full,sun. yy 't.
For success in growing the flowering dogwood '. -
Buy nursery-grown trees syx e
Plant them in late winter or early spring, before new growth. ; 4
Prepare planting holes carefully; be sure the planting site is well-drained.. 'fir 1o
Maintain a mulch around the tree. -' -
Water frequently during dry weather. .! t
Protect the bark from mechanical Injury. ,
Prevent borer attack by wripping the bark of newly planted trees and by spraying ;
the trunk and branches with DDT y' 4'f

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PLANTING

Dig a hole twice the diameter of the rootball and at least 18" deep. After the tree is set, '
\ you can cut the twine around the top of the-rootball and fold back or cut off exposed P a roe 1 ,citywideCLEANUP I, .
.... parts of the burlap. Pack soil under rootball until the tree sits slightly higher.than it '
grew in the nursery. Then refill,the hole with.a mixture consisting of equal parts of soil '
and organic matter peat moss, well-decayed manure, or leaf mulch. Press soil FIX-UP
mixture firmly around the rootball and water thoroughly. Plant will settle'and should .
be same depth as it was before transplanting. Avoid planting too deep. ;'- .

CARE PAINT-UP PLANT-UP

After planting cover soil under branches with mulching material peat moss,oak :- ..;.j= c z
\ leaves, or forest litter about 3" deep. Add periodically Mulch helps keep the ;; ", .... .
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soil moist near the surface where dogwood roots are most active; helps prevent "" ', : :
weeds; and releases nutrients as it,decays -. '4 ;t CampaignAnother .. .
Normal: rainfall ordinarily provides enough moisture for mulched dogwoods. _'.."-- .? . :
During droughts, however, they should be watered by soaking the root area ..._ '. ., ; .A "., .W
at weekly) intervals. : .-.
'', If signs of low soil fertility are present-small, sparse, pale leaves and,' : Public Service By The .
_; short twig growth you can apply the same fertilizers that you use :. -
11 for your lawn or garden. Use 2 pounds per inch of trunk diameter. .
,, Spread in band 2 to 3 feet wide under .tips i of branches not _
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