Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00117
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00117
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Calif. (AP) Reliable sources said Satur- .. In_.. .. and Hate'Flayed
day that Frank Gonzales, 27, yachtsman competitor for ." 'Bigotry

the Philippines in the 1960 Olympics, owned the gun .:
which triggered the Pacific Airlines crash Thursday. He xb'k yr4

was among the 44 persons killed.The I .

____ Civil__ __ Aeronautics_'un Board
made public Saturday the tape
Own Car recording of the last message JohnsonPresident

radioed from the plane in whicha by

Kills Youth voice, presumably that of the
pilot, said: "I've been shot. I've

been shot. Oh my God. Help." ,

On CampusAn A reliable source told The As- .t,"- '

sociated Press in San Francisco E gae,
that Gonzales gambled and lost
18-year-old Gainesville at Reno and carried around Girl 9 Injured
youth killed JM $ F .
was early yester- re K .4H
$100,000 in air trip life insurance ,
day in a freak accident in Keeps
made out to his wife of two +vy
which his own car ran him
years. A brother, James, said 1 t z ,
Frank Gonzales had become estranged Fast PaceLip QuicklimeA
I University of Florida police from his wife two M : By
identified the victim as Joseph
Hamilton Trimm, of 1611 SE ago. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP)
23rd PLAccording ,The New York Herald Tribune -President Johnson wound upa nine-year-old girl may require skin-grafts to repair quick.

to police, Trimm and the Los Angeles Times both whirlwind tour of the New lime burns suffered when she and a playmate wandered into a

and two other youths, James published reports that Gonzaleshad York area Saturday with a city-maintained dump, her mother said yesterday.Mrs. .
been identified as the owner : Joyce Seaton said her daughter Deborah and a neighborgirl
Drinkard, 19, of Selma, Ala., 'i w scorching blast at "bigotry and
and Lee Coulter, 20, of 1421 SE of the .357 Smith and Wesson hate" and those who "fling poi- Kathy Tate, 6, apparently were attracted Friday by what

23rd Ave., were traveling on magnum pistol found in the soned mud." they thought was white sand in a dump near their homes on Archer p...

Newell Drive on the University plane wreckage. All six car- ,> Johnson said President JohnF. Road some five miles west of Gainesville.

campus when they ran out of tridges were spent, indicatingthey '( u- .,. '" .. Kennedy, assassinated last Both girls were treated at the University of Florida Medical
had been fired recently. {;'A ; ; Center. Kathy, who had shoes on, was unharmed.The .
November, was "avictim of hate
gas.Trimm FBI national in room physician said it would be be-
attempted to coast the headquarters that was part of our country." emergency Tuesday
auto to a parking space but Washington would neither con tr't fore they could determine if skin grafts will be necessary for
jumped the curb instead. firm nor deny the report that ,, Dedicating a Kennedy cultural Deborah's left ankle and foot, Mrs. Seaton said.

When his friends tried to push Gonzales had been establishedas civil and educational centerto Saturday, Mrs. Seaton demanded the city fence the dump or

the auto back onto the road, owner of the weapon. I be built by Nassau Countynear close it. She could not explain why the lime was in it.
.. ..".,. New York City, Johnson
But sources previously had :
I Trimm fell from the car under '
'. r ;: said he would like every American _.
the wheels, the police reported.This (See AIRLINER on Page 2A) .'_n_ "
I!: 1I to ask himself on going to !
J i' bed at night: :

"" : "What have I done to banish 4
: : ;
: fear and hate from myself to-
Pollster ::. } t : day?"

r Then Johnson flew on to At-
; )
y lantic City to renew, at a Democratic

fund-raising dinner, his

I Zeroed In' ._ A J threat to keep Congress in ses- .t !

.. .. 1r sion through the fall election
'1' '8 campaign if it doesn't act sooner

By JIM McGUIRKSun dates predicted High would on the civil rights bill and

Staff Writer take 18.2 per cent of the vote. other measures.

Robert King High's second High did just that. .';...: Johnson said the nation needs p w.. Rn. !

place finish in the Democratic The specialist said Jacksonville eight programs: Civil rights,
gubernatorial primary shockedthe Mayor Haydon Burns antipoverty, medicare, Appala- t:

"experts" Tuesday but would win 27.9 per cent of the chia aid, housing, immigration ::tJ'\

i not a young Miami public vote. revision, minimum wage ....,
It opinion analyst who had taken. Burns got 27.5.Hamilton's 'f : strengthening and aid to educa- ;

the time and money to really crystal ball pt ; :# -.;.

find out.William. %Fred '0. Dickinson at 15.0 per tion.He told the convention In pre- I f..

R. (Bill) Hamiltonof cent of the Democratic vote. pared remarks: "I want you to
.Independent Research Asso- v The Senator got 16.3. ', i. call upon your'congressman and 1!
f Visiting friends Friday at the get him behind these programs.

University of Florida where he t.tn Because if we don't pass them U K

t 2 .Survive got a, master's degree in political M.' yA between now and convention! ,

science in 1963,' Hamiltonwas we'll be working on them be- I Ia
r'n.. Crash his Jubilant predictions.over the accuracyof .: }i'p.._._.. _(m_>.,_ 'M '",' IBUIII.MIMMVM..[... 'j IIIB: *'",un MiiMiiai nii inwuum.,..,** MUBU tween" convention and Christ-

When U. S. mas.
Congressman Charles E. Bennett (right)
"Hitting 18.2 on the nose The President earlier had
t turned a shovelfull of dirt in
LIMA, Peru (AP-A DC4 Ar- that was luck," the 25-year-old] monies for the new student union groundbreaking building at the cere-Uni- breezed at a fast clip througha
gentine military plane carrying polling expert said. round activities at the New A
versity of Florida .
49 persons from Buenos Aires He explained that he Includeda yesterday, history was repeating it. York World' Fair and managedto 3 ,
self. He also had the
honor in
same 1934 when
crashed about 20 miles north of margin of error that varied as jam a surprise news confer-
president of the student body he broke
Lima Friday night, but at least from plus or minus one per cent the Florida ground ence into his schedule.He }
two aboard lived through it. to plus or minus three per cent. present building. Assisting Bennett made a point of advocat-
UF students
yesterday were Sandra Scales and Fred
I Peruvian Navy helicopters Hamilton felt he owed no apologies Lane. See story on Page 12A.Florida's ing in the North, as he had recently -
Saturday brought to a Lima for missing the outcomeof in the South, his civil

hospital an 8-year-old girl, Gra- the Scott Kelly and John rights and war-on-poverty pro- -

ciela Marta Gastaldi, and a noncommissioned Mathews races. grams. He also criticized opposition Janice Fountain, 2129 NE 12th St., came early and
t officer of the He put Kelly at 13.7 and Value by doctors to his medicare got the pick of her favorite azaleas at the annual

plane's crew, Oscar Ahumada. Mathews at 6.4. They actually Gainesville Sun Plant Sale yesterday.We'll .
finished at 18.1 and
5 The plane apparently crashednear Thousands of well wishers
the beach of Santa Rosa. "I felt at the time, and it To Barry CitedF. turned out to greet- Johnson *
a the tame pretty closely this
Helicopter crewmen
way, that Kelly and Mathewswere along his routes, and he man
four-engine plane had previously aged to find time to shake
sighted an oil slick in the the ones putting on the Barry Goldwater can lose the ler backers the
surge in the final two weeks of delegate'slist .hands with hundreds. Soon Be
Pacific.It the carppaign. support of California and perhaps for the national convention. The day started with light a

1 disappeared shortly after Hamilton actually took four the. Republican nomination Although he referred to the Johnson banter about beagle
radioing Lima Airport Friday for the presidency if Flori- "fine representation here from but the mood
state-wide polls in August hounds, changed
for permission to land, reporting da does not send the
night November, March and April. pledged Volusia County" twice, the sharply at the Kennedy memorial A Bloomin'
it was in trouble a few Goldwater slate to the GOP CityBy
national audience
He estimated they cost between at Buchholz Junior site as he attacked hate
miles away. $2,500 and $4,000 each. convention. High auditorium reminded him and those who "fling poisonedmud.

The last two he did on retainer This is what Congressman Gainesville was ni Alachua ." CLIF CORMIERSun be let down and the sale started

for a gubernatorial candidatewho William Cramer told a groupof County. Johnson called hate a disease City Editor early to avoid a traffic jam.

lost but whose name he approximately 100 Republicans Cramer noted, that he understood which afflicts the few and menaces By 8:30 sales had already hita

WHERETO would not disclose. here last night. he was supposed to be the many. Thousands of city residents, peak and before noon more i- !

The final survey-from which "If he loses Florida just be- persona non grata among Re- The news conference, in an most of them attired in garden- than 6,000 azaleas and 1,500 dog-

FIND ITO the figures quoted In this articleare fore the California primary the publicans here. ultrahumid auditorium of the ing clothes, yesterday gobbledup woods were sold.

taken, was run April 17 and liberal press will tear him to He called on local Republicans American Pavilion at the New more than 10,000 azaleas and The sale is part of Gaines

Area . . . 1C 18 some 17 days before the shreds Cramer" Cramer explained.: and "discerning" Democrats York World's Fair, provided no dogwoods the annual at bargain Gainesville prices Sun in ville's annual Clean-Up, Paint-

O Classified . 5C-9C election. is head of the pledged to support Goldwater's bid major pronouncements. But it Plant Sale.A Up Fix-Up, Plant-Up cam
The Analyst found 13.4 per Goldwater slate up for elec- for the presidency."We did establish if paign. The plants were suppliedby I
Comics . . 4C only indirectly,
cent of the voters undecided on tion May 26. The Goldwater are for preserving fundamental public service by the Beville's Nursery, Cre-
which hadn't
Markets . . 06 two major points
April 19. He said he felt these slate is opposed by an unpledged individual freedoms Gainesville Sun in cooperationwith vasse's Nursery and the Loonis
Movies . . 2C been in much doubt anyway:
Obituaries . 2A people representing over 150- slate supported by GOP State states rights, fiscal sanity, government 1. Johnson is ready and eagerto the City of Gainesville and Blitch nursery. The 3 per cent
000 votes flooded Into the Chairman Tom Fairfield Brown. for constitutional the City Beautification Board, state sales tax was paid by the !
Opinion Page . 6A principles seek election to a fouryearterm
camps of Mathews and parti- Cramer said the reason Gold- and a strong-anti-Coni- this year's "Gainesville the
Sports . . 01-05 in November. Sun.Six
Women's . 1B-7B cularly Kelly in the last surge. water endorsed the pledged munist policy at home and 2. ,And he's going to cover a City Beautiful Plant Sale," was varieties of azaleas in two
"I didn't think Kelly could slate was because Brown's abroad" Cramer said. "No even more of a success than sizes were offered, with the tall-

:(See POLLSTER on Page 7A) group planned to put Rockefel- Democrat candidate stands for in lot the of ground, geographically. last year's inaugural, said Gene er, 18 to 24-inch plants the popular

those sort of things." process. Liddon, co-ordinator of the choice.
He a reporter suggested event. "They went for the Southern
termed Lyndon Johnsonas Johnson would rehearse Saturday

How County Candidates'Money' "one of the most radical liberals night in Atlantic City, N.J., Liddon, director of buildingsand Charms, because most peopleSee

that has ever been in the an August address acceptingthe grounds for the city, said ( PLANTS on Page 2A)
White about azalea and
House. Democratic nomination, 9,000 plants
"He will be the biggest 2,000 dogwood trees were carted
spendIng had
Johnson replied: "I've a
Came and Went president in the history of high regard for your political off by purchasers taking advan- TEN MINUTES
of the wholesale
the United States" Cramer prophesies through the years." tage prices.
predicted. The sale was scheduled to AND. SUCCESS
Johnson flew to New York in
By JEAN CARVER 3fR: Winner Sheriff Joe Crevasse Hope, $25 and Marvin Hen Col. Percy Thompson intro. and addressed the open at 8 am. yesterday. But
Sun Staff Writer spent $2,956.36.Next derson, $10.CLAUDE. duced the Pinellas congress- midmorning by 7:30 so many early customers "I 1 could give you a medalor
50th birthday meeting of the something" was the way
the sheriff's
Like another low: spending, to race, the BRANDON May were lined up the barriers Mrs. Westenhaver greeted us
surprise candidate named High, big money was spent in the 4 report shows total expenditures (See JOHNSON on Page 2A) to the Sun parking lot had toBEGINNING this morning. Mr*. Westen-
elected .school, superintendent's race of $492.48 and $710 in con man.Diem haver was very excited at the
newly Judge with winner- W. S. (Tiny) Talbot tributions. Contributions from instant results she received.She .
John Connell shares the Miami worded her ad so that she
mayor's underdog, small bud- spending $2.250.99.topped by R.L. Henderson, $50; L. H. would receive calls after 6
get situation. opponent Harry Evans' $2,762. Thompson $50 M. M. Par- TODAY! P.M. Ten minutes past six the
State representative candi- rish, $10 and T. C. Holder, Ocala ExecutedSAIGON day the ad ran a lady came
and took all of Mrs. Westenhaver's ,
Connell a non lawyer date Dick Wilson spent 1536. -
$25. The Gainesville Sun offers its readers new humor and ad- purebred alley kittens.
who faced the opposition of the 20 and reelected Rep. Ralph
JOHN CONNELL $824.08 SAIGON, South Viet Nam venture on the comic pages. The best of the old and the best of PUREBRED alley kittens, FREE.
Judicial Circuit attorneys Turlington, $1,063.60, accordingto
Eighth spent and $925 contributed. Con (AP) The Vietnamese blindfolded the new are brought together for readers' enjoyment. What's Cat 376485or com by 1W1
in Clerk J. B. Carmichaers ,
he lacks law degree Dr. after
because a reports NW, 38th PM. fet
tributions Dinh
from Dr. Robert Ngo Can with
a this
? Just :
office at the court- new
less than
spent $900 to Klein, $50; Bill Culbert on, black silk scarf Saturday, t t-rit
be elected. house. 1. B.C. 4. Winky Ryatt Whether it's free or to sell
$25; John Connell, $25 F. M. him to in cola
Alphabetically, this is how ; strapped a post a prison Flintstoncs 5. Steve classified want ads are the ,
::O ponent Judge H. H. (Harry O'Byrne, $25 and Bishop Hen- soccer field and executed 2. Roper only way to reach so many
)'McDonald spent just over the total campaign expenditureswere ry Williams, $25. him with a volley from a 10; 3. Pogo 6. The Phantom people for such low prices.
reported to Carmichael More variety and interest- even through the comic pages
1500.. with contributions under $10 JOE CREVASSE Spent man firing squad. The squad are always yoon hi the Economial Sun Want-Ads 8P..
Biggest spending in the first omitted: $2.956.36with 3182.21 contrib- used U.S.-made M12 carbines. work hard at such low costs.

primary race in Alachua County LEIMAN BATTEN May 4 uted. Contributions from' M. American appeals"for clemency the Place 6 your to family 12 day want-ad tow rate on

V was in the sheriff's race. report shows total expenditures ', F. Brunson, $40; Ben Franklin failed to save the diabetic, ( thwzuiIk im plan! Call us today *

Loser Bob Jordan spent $3,- of $441.13 and $510 contributed. $50; L. R. Moore, Archer 53-year-old younger brother of 3728441.

230.69. He was high spender Contributions last month included $10; Mrs. S. P. Martin, the late President Ngo Dinh Proof of Results

among the county candidates. Leiman Batten, $75; J. (See CAMPAIGN on Page 3A) Diem.

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el1 tuar t5 Stephen; his parents, James Han :Huntsville, Ala.Pallbearers ,-.. '. .:: :
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Kelly: Will Fight in d Stella S., of Gainesville; will be Lee Col- '," '!'- ." .- "'..,.- ....'.-. .-...\-,'.. 11

JOSEPH TRIMM t three; brothers, Edward J. and ter, Dick Brooker, Jack Smith, =

Funeral services will be held James Z. of Gainesville and Ronnie Shultz, Gary Trapansand tdL

iTo( Knock High Off Ballot Monday for Joseph H. Trimm, Morris] T. of Los Angeles, Calif.; Ronnie Parrish. ,aiss U C B i

18, who died yesterday in an' I .f.

/\ By DOUBLAS STARR the board the--secretary of that was too close a vote among 1 auto .accident.Mr. Trimm.was employed by FOR OUR PERSONAL '
f. Associated Press Writer state, attorney general and more than one million cast tobe Winn-Dixie Grocery Co. and a''\, : THANKSThank :: ') ;

, TALLAHASSEE (AP-Third-) comptroller-said it had no authority accepted without a recount. member of the Baptist Church.!I ;; i I

place candidate Scott Kelly, re- to order a recount. Actually Meanwhile, front runner Mayor He was born in 1945 in Tuscaloosa for confidenceand BRAND OF SERVICE,1WE :

buffed by the state canvassing the board said, candi- Haydon Burns of Jacksonville Alabama.The you in your I' .
electing Jasper --
board dates must seek recounts already well into his second Rev. Frank Pearl will support """"
was -
Saturday to take ',. -
whatever legal action was necessary through the courts. :primary campaign. officiate at services to be held Joiner Alachua to County.the School Board of WANT YOU TO _- < :. .:: ,

for a statewide recountof Kelly had petitioned the board Kelly and High also began at 10 a.m. at the Williams- KNOW OUR EMPLOYEES! ,. .
the first primary voting for for a general recount, saying campaigns.By Thomas Funeral Home.' Burial
JoinerPd. : :
governor.In discrepancies were found between 5 p.m. Friday, only one o f. will be in Hillcrest Memorial Jasper ) : .< 'I

denying Kelly's request Fri- the published vote and the them will be in the runoff again Park. I Adv. ... .. i
day the board until 5 totals in counties.He .. .
delayed some Burns. Survivors include: his wife, -. -, ... .. _.:.. .. -
p.m Friday the official certification pointed out the possibility, : '
Although the official state .
of the statewide vote. In of error; but he did not charge canvass ...-. ..
of the first primary will no -- -
addition, the board ordered the fraud or wrongdoing in his posi- be certified until 5 p.m. Friday, ,. ..... h" 1\I t
67 of I
county supervisors registration tion.Later candidates will know fairly cere: \ ... .. .... -
to keep their vote ma- he told newsmen he ...-.
tainly how they fared in the
chines locked and their paper was preparing to file suits ii
election by midday Thursday.
ballots secure. courts in Dade and Broward !
The action was taken to give counties for a recount of votes That's the time Mrs. Dorothy .. -

I candidates time to seek court orders there. Recounts already were Glisson, director of the secretary A If}'tllCJ : .
for a vote recount and to made in Pasco, Escambia and of state's election division, CrOSS
I preserve the votes. Hillsborough counties. estimated her office would have 1 (EmolO $ : :

Otherwise, the supervisors Vote tabulations by the Associated the statewide canvass ready foi -

would clear the vote machinesin Press showed Mayor Rob- certification.She in" DS A\ ( .' -
i :. .
preparation for the May 26 ert King High of Miami was in said official canvasses K B O" -

second primary.In second place and ahead of Kelly from more than 33 counties already ]- 45tjM4C. PAULINE GOLDING .';- '

I. a statement issued Friday,I by 2,208 votes. Kelly contended. were in her office and sh expected the remainder by Monday & Casua1ty Companies Our chief clerk for 12 yearsh .
Eire ..
afternoon. Representing Leading Life, 316-4582. (when we were the Industrial -

Weather Roundup GGinesvi11e, Fla. h one Savings Bank) She is our fountain i,

More About 1109 North 'Ma.1ft St of information for all certificates ..., '

of title, mortgage completions -

C. Emory Cross 1 and notes. Pauline han ... .

i'w teuwlas S fr AirlinerFrom Joseph E. Rossand dies collections for customers, t

Agents 10 964 traveler's checks and "E" Bonds .. ea..

May and is a Notary Public.If '. .. i1

b"sM-4os 1 she can assist you along ___.. ., ,. iB
Page .
these lines, feel free to call on: .. h_ .." ". A
ZONES f.. -NN41N Insurance uy. her.ALL ,
''i! t 'a said a male passenger was th 1 of our -
1 C F I: Fair Sunday. High gunman, that he carried heavy i nce the opening or .
; Sunday 85 to 90. Light variable ti t, .ut air trip insurance, and that apparently Ware pleased to a no to. visit our office .
wind mostly southeast a he had shot at least one! We Invite Y -'

\t through southwest 5 to 12 E member of the crew. insurance I about agency.y our complete insurance I lete life r home I
1 "..- Gonzales' brother said Frank hone u s our cam P
i miles hour. ite h
per ,.? P ed to wr Y 1a Ce ou wit SIGNS POINT TO A
had a penchant for gamblin V/e are e q ul P P roblem s we c an P y
AT Partly cloudy through Sunday 1 financing
1 r night. High 78 to 66. r and had gone to Reno several] I nd business insurance. p noble rates with
B D E G H: Fair Sunday. High times previously, always with ofex reasocellent
r 15 to 90 except near 80 on the beaches. companies
Light variable wInds mostly southeast H ,,, out any word of it to his family, opport unit Y
k i through southwest i to 12 miles per budget- us an
hour. f..6. but his previous trips were bj Y to suit sincerely frTI 1 1s
J; Fair Sunday. High 85 except near We
80 on the beaches. East and southeast car."I
winds 5 to 15 miles per hour. never knew what he waj serve you. Sincerely\ Yours, | LOW COST >
1C: Fair Sunday. High near 85. East a to .
and-southeast winds 8 to 15 miles per O/ 0 1r doing," the brother, James, ......... I
hour. said, adding that Frank kept to r r(0(i 4

ALMANAC -Municipal GAINESVILLE Airport WEATHER readings himself.He [CONVENIENT TERM >

I ............... said Frank became sepa c" 1
Sunset today 7.12 p.m. for Saturday: High 88 at 3-4
Sunrise tomorrow S:39 a.m. rated recently from his wife, a k t.. .. Iii
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AAoonrise tomorrow S:38 a.m. p.m., low 59 at 4-7 a.m. No I q I IRos
If planets could be seen In the dayrain.. legal secretary with the U.S.
the time right Jupiter of the would Sun appear today.a And,side government. They have a small t. ;, | INSURANCE INCLUDED
by side, to the right of Jupiter, would TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE .
1', be seen Mercury and Mars. High Low Precip. son.Frank
1 Jacksonville J8 45 Gonzales settled on San I
Atlanta 82 60 Francisco as his adopted home ACTION >
EAST GULF: Variable mostly) south New Orleans n a 1 | PROMPT
and. southwest winds 5 to 15 knots Boston 74 54 .0 1 while on his way back to the :.1
Sunday. Fair weather. WashingtonChicago New York 88 93 71 67 Philippines after taking part in i E, no I .
CEDAR KEY TIDES 70 56 .1* the: yachting Olympics at Naples Cross Joseph 1
Kansas City 78.52 C. Emory CREDIT BUILD-UP
Sunday High at 12.34 A.m. and 12:22 Denver 66 36 four years ago.
p.m. Low at 4:28 a.m. and 7:09 p.m. Ft. Worth 81 U j II
Monday High at 1.23 a.m. and Los Angeles 75.52 The pieces already in place r-j : _.
S 12:52 p.m. Low at 7:05 a.m. and 7:49 p.m. Seattle' 58 49 .04 I were: i< S 1 ,II

0 1. A tape recording of the last M
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1 message of Pilot Ernest A. ,

Clark; he is reported to have SHOPSHOPSHOP / ..
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JohnsonFrom PlantsFrom said what sounded like: "My i .
; God I've been shot." I A.
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2. The recovered .357 Smith & .

From 1 Page 1 Wesson Magnum pistol, fired t..: '. r
six times. S : IN GAINESVILLE t ... > SI
their \ ,
prefer and
foliage purple V -
Amalgamated Clothing Workers blossoms," Liddon said. 3. Strong indication the FBI ., Drop off dry cleaning \
Union, AFL-CIO. st- your on ;
Last year the Sun and the knows who the gunman was and y< BAN K. I
I Johnson, in an off-the-cuff addition City Beautification Board put that he had taken out air trip}: t ,: your way to work at any .
to his prepared speech, insurance of .
t their ideas together for beau- possibly $100,000.Yet of our plants, and pick it
;c chided the nation's doctors for tifying the city and came up] to be made known is up. .
opposing his medicare proposals with the plant sale. whether the co-pilot also wa on your wohome.. ;

He said medicare would "We hope we can stimulate, shot. LOAN'

help, ;doctors by making it easier -people to plant more flowers: The FBI's unusual weekend
for old folks to pay their and shrubs and make our city; activity was carried out ir 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
medical bills.Johnson's even more beautiful," said Lid. great secrecy. A spokesman explained .
speech at Atlantic. All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises "
: "
don.Enthusiasm FOR .
City, N.J., for a Democratic for planting was "This is still a pending inves -- n_ ---
fund-raising dinner was in the high, Liddon said, and on tigation. While there still are e 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., May 11, Tues., May 12., Wed., May 13 HOME : -
Convention Hall where the Mr. and Mrs. Franci ... ,
same couple, I angles to be cleared we do nc I REMODELINGVACATION'
party is expected to nominatehim Vincent, formed a committe! talking." .
in August to head its na. which will plant azaleas al!]I l The FBI would neither confirm : .- "
tional ticket. along Northwest 34th Stree t: .
nor deny a report from reliable TROUSERS SHORTS SLIM JIMS AUTOMOBILE
r i from West University Avenu sources that the gunmai ,
to Northwest 16th Avenue. ( New Cars Up to 36Months .
LHS Students had lost heavily a t the Rem u :
canvassed resident S
gambling tables.Gainesville. )
living on 34th St. and collected -

Gain Honors $53 enough to buy 106 azalea Sun BOAT &
plants," Liddon said. "The City '

National recognition came to I Parks Department will plan t Published evenings except 3f $110 TRAILER .
seven Lincoln High School students .. them tomorrow between the Saturday, and Sunday mornings HOUSE -
Saturday with the announcement sidewalks and the street." by the Gainesville Pub- O r ...
lishing Company at 101 SE TRAILER .
of their selection I Liddon, who also was ir 2nd Place Gainesville. Florida,
to membership in Who's Who I charge of the initial sale last and entered as second class FURNITUREAPPLIANCES

{ Among Student Leaders in I year, said about 2,500 more' I Gainesville.matter at the Florida.CIRCULATION Post. Office at 1
it High Schools of America. azaleas were sold this year. ;

They were selected on the! Last year no dogwoods were RATES BY
basis of scholarship, leader. offered. CARRIER OR MAIL NEW -

ship in academic and extra cur- The plants put in the ground 1 Week .45 '

ricular activities, service t school and community, and I bloom very much this spring, All mail subscriptions must beautifully
promise of future achievement. but next year the new blossoms! be paid in advance. 30.35 YEARS, "

Students selected were: John. will be very evident, Liddonsaid. Member of Audit Bureau of & finished)

nie Lee Dennard, James Edward Circulation.

Hayes, Nellie Mae Irving,, "My home town, Orlando',Il All
contained herein Is
Andrew'Lee Williams, Rutha l started a similar project 3C 1 production in whole or In part Is 25 r V rl V
the property of the Gainesville Single
9 Williams Helen Marie he said. "Today
Mae years ago Publishing Company (c) 1944. Re- -IIk.IcU!
Wilson, Annette Lauretta, they don't call it The City Beau strictly forbidden without the written _cJ1w-
Young. tiful' for nothing." permission of the publisher. f: '

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Sun; ;UIY" muy 10, 1964; Gatnesrllle ...unIT'S 3A, ,
More About Q. Herndon, High'Springs,,$25; and' Ruby Gertner, $10; A. Z. tributions included C. V. Mize, ...
Elton Colven, :Alachua, $25; Adkins, $25; A. W Fletcher $25! ; James S. Wershow, $100; :sendaner, $20; Paul Rector, I
Claudia L. Clegg, High Springs, $20; R. Holt Howard, $25; J. Philip Barton, $50 and James $10; Mac Levin, $20; Harold 4 .

II'i \ Campaign Spending $50; Arthur Thompson, $120. E.: Hodnett, $25; Dr. and Mrs. Wershow, $200.wILLARD E.ton,Walker$25; ,J.$20 F.; Hope Phillip, $25;Bar-G.
Taylor: Kirby Jr., $10; William E. Frank ,
From Page.1 i Spent 1063.60; and'received $!,,'H. Howard,- $15; Marjorie, Spent $232.17 and received $235. $25; Richard J. Wilson, $385: MONEYMAKING
Green A.
425. Contributions included Wil: $25; : Contributions included WillardE. Carl Brice, $50; Harry Edwards -
$10; Jesse Thomas, LaCrosse," ARTHUR THOMPSON PeM braitb, High Springs, $100; J.!liam F. Beach, $20; M. M. $25; L. F. Latimer, $10; Rob- Williams, $130; M. M. Par- $10; A. Markey, $10: J1
ij $50; Philip_ Emmer, $25; B.' $1,165.51 and received $1,185. C.. Vause, High Springs, $10; Parrish, $10; J. B. McFerrin ert Johnson, $25Demps e ySapp rish, $10; David Reaves and, C. B. Bohannon, $10; thomas -
0. Gay, LaCrosse, $75; Colon Contributions included Wayne Arthur W. Thompson, 'High $10; Joe Wilcox, $25; Ralpl $25; James Clayton, $25; Dan Branch, $10; and Clara: D. Zetrouer, $70; StephenF. -
.t C. 'Thompson, $50; M. M. Presnell, High Springs; Springs, $145; R. ,A. Davis, Turlington $250;- David Reeves ,. Jim Hope, $25; W.I. Williams, B. Williams, $10. I Wandzioch, $25; Blair Wilson -
I i Parrish, $10; J. N. Anderson Laura Galbraith, High Springs, High Springs, $25; Dr.:GeorgeH. $10;' George Hurff, $15;; $25; Allen.Crouch, $25; W. T. RICHARD ,WILSON Spent $100; Dorothy Zetrouer,
Jr., $30; H., C. Gilland, $25; $100; L L. Keene Jr., New- Putman, $100; W. E. Myrl Hanes, $50;, Mrs. J. E Hodge, $25.JAMES $1,536.20 and received $1,536.20. $250; Mrs. W. J. Young, $175. TIME AT
I Frank D. Micoletti,. Hawthorne berry, $30; W.. E. Wright, Wright, High Springs, $50; J. Turlington, $100; L. .,L. Geller. W. WERSHOW-=Spent Contributions include Martha JACK ZIMMERMAN-No report -
$25; John M. Steadham. I <*": J. M. Gal, C. Vause, High Springs, $50; C. stedt, Atlanta, $100; Harolc d I $639.59 and received $700. Con- Dorman, $20; Katherine H. Gis-] since April 6. .
Jr., $100; L. Shur, Haw I -- GUARANTYFEDERAL !
thorne, $20; Carlos Hope, $100; i 5 5o
I Harry Layfield, $25; Lucian J.

$25 Hindery Clellan; Amelia,,$25$25; ;Novalene Fowler G. Edward, M.$25;Hoon Mac-F.Clark ., We Sell What We Advertise & Service What We Sell

Alachua, $10; Joseph J
Silverman, $50; Mrs. Nell
Roundtree, H a wthorne, $50;
I Hansford Box, $50; W. G. SAVE
Phillips, $15; J. M. Crevasse a 4 "
Jr., $773.21 and L. K. Walker, :
/ : $70. a r By April 20th

.$3"v5 v, earn 3 months I
$2,762.36 and received $3,040. y' a
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Contributions from
T. W. return by next
_ Stearns, $25; L. C. Hammon
$10; A. L. Lastinger, $10; M. June 30
, P. Evans, Micanopy, $100; David .
Reeves, $20; Harry Evans,
i py$1,500$10.; Bonnie Mason, Micano- a9ya 4 4*% .,

$1,360.19 and received $1,425. ; al
Contributions from Claude M.
I V Where
Franks, $600; Emily H. j
Franks, $100; Claude M. o
Franks, $500; Hilda Franks WE PLANNED IT THIS WAY / .
Melton, $25; Emily H. Franks, As far back as last December!We want May to be the Biggest Refrigerator YouSAVE eri.
I $100 and Gordon H. Franks, Sa- Month In J./A Fields'history and every price has been slashed
cramento, Calif., $100. to give you the most spectacular Refrigerator Values Ever .
$449.78 and received $550. Con
( tributions from L. Lee, $50; .d $; .. PM i. .
Dashwood Hicks, $165; D a s h- / ; 'ir. F
wood Hicks, $160; Dashw o o d ::; DOES MAKEA
t' Hicks, $80 and L. H. Thompson

t $780.90 and JOHNSON received-78090.Spent. DIFFERENCEHiqh

Contributions from Edgar Leo i: ., :
\ Johnson, $75; Paul C. and Ter-
essa Stark, $50; R. L. Hen- ,
derson, $50; Edgar Leo John-
f' son, $300.90 and T. C. Holden,

I Ocala JASPERJOINER, $25. -Spent ''.8 0 Qr r Returns :

t, $341.94 and received $363. Con- '"
) tributions, from John Feaster, 1 -l- : 0ST".L
) $10; Marvin 'Brooker. $10; NTl
Gail DeGrove, $15; E. T. York I l 9
I : Jr., $10; Elizabeth Holley, t : %
$10; Jasper ,Joiner, $30; David T2 I I
Reaves, $10; Chelsey Hall, ,
'I I _
Per in cash or compounded _:
i $15 and Marion Lasley, $10. __ semiannually.No .j
\ft R. D. (Bob) JORDANSpent ii "DR. higher returns on Insured -
$3,280.69 and received $3,301. I I, I'O. Savings in this sec-|
Contributions from Dale Drew, .I .... -IlIFI/CEIlA tion of Florida.
i't Waldo, $250;' R. E. Griffin,
\ Waldo, $100; T. J. Richardson $ rOlllFIllIZEIl
High..Springs, $25; Harold = Safely
\ \ Perryman$10; ; C. T. New- ,- ,
tt berry, $40-'R.,,D. Jordan, $200; I I i I If Io Io
i Ann Jordan, Thomas, West At GUARANTY FEDERAL!
Palm Beach your savings are insured up Ito a
ft ; $200; L. W. Ar- $10,000.00 All the
rington, $100,"_ R. D. Jordan, rF "Insured Safety" any Financial -
f $600; Harry' Lewis Michaels, Institution conj
\\l, Tallahassee, $25 and J. F. f s offer.Availability.

I Hope, $25. ..-
R. G. JUSTISS Spent $856.-
\\f 75 and received $875. Contributions -
i|( from Col. P. W. Thompson ;
."; $15 and:R. G. Justiss, $400. rr..rr.' == .rr.rr 3Par of W1TP At GUARANTY FEDERAL]
j<(< H. H. MCDONALD Spent Big, e 102.16E '7V l your funds are available)
M 1589.33' and, received $1,920. 'f.O.B.!.M.Fields store or warehouse Fu!l wide 6 'J.twin Aorc e/Q/IJ o Fro sf r Ire aAQE for you at all times.
u Contributions from C. V. Mize, De dOt Chi eZel'se c lion
14 Cu. Ft. luxehrgltrY fucrrspers
\'; Fairbanks, $50; M. M. Par- 5. and
I Y eairtaped
1 f rish, $10;. H. H. and Opal \Vananly: tY doo,.she}4e e9refr rack ConvemenciGUARANTY
$' McDonald $520; Mr. and Mrs. KELVINATOR I On sealedin
L. A. M. Rutledge, $15; Harold I. r9er atron.OdjUstablo FEDERAL is]
|j R. Gertner, $10; P. W.r y Unit conveniently located in uptown -
i j. Thompson, $25; L. Shur, Hawthorne 2-Dr. Refrigerator Gainesville:
ft $20; H. H. and Opal 220 North Main Street *
D McDonald, $200; H. R. String- Eu with 102-lb. Freezer Free ParkingRear of Building
I fellow, $20 and Sidney Grossman Drive-in Window .
n $50.SIDNEY. Giant 102lb. separate freezer __ NO DEFROST Night Depository _".
1, MARTIN-S pent / / You con save with us by! .
; Twin porcelain crispers mail. We solicit and
and received Contributions
$535. -
$297.60 Full-width dairy chest preciate out of town oc-j
Refrigerator (200 Ibs.)
If from G. C. Holden, b counts.
High capacity door shelves freezer
I $25; E. J. McMeekin, Hawthorne x .r. t ii Full size e"q shelf tgt ___ 18 cu. ft. refrig.-freexer 'f't
i .$25; James Phillips, Pull-out shelves
14 Cu. Ft. t ." Portable chest
L. Hawthorne, $25; M. M. Par- egg Courteous
I rish, $10 and H. D. Weathers, ..
I Hawthorne, $25.LASSITER I Ir -
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1} $291 and received $1,5000 according Friendly
Iji to his last report filed i 1 M
April 6 with the clerk's office. -- =- -- j
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II file monthly reports the
B* first Monday each month after
Hi for office.J. GUARANTY FEDERAL!
qualifying to run f.O.B.J.M.Fields store or warehouse -
we make every effort to! 1liel
serve you well in a Courteous -
$1,700.71 and received $2,100., 1 and Friendly Man-|
1 l 1 1 l : 'p 1 1 i
Contributions from Mrs. W. J.
Edwards, Micanopy, $50; Mrs.J. .
M. Smith, Micanopy, $50 and ner.Remember
Pierce Smith, $1,000.
$2,250.99 and received
Spent For PROFIT for SAFETY.!
$2,452. Contributions include F. for AVAILABILITY OF "-
1 t A. Canova, $25; J. A. Powers, FUNDS, for CONVENIENCE :,
i $50; Flossie Talbot, $50; for FRIENDLY J.I
Lucile Ward, $50; Sue Pick- SERVICE Irs ;I

ett, $50; John Jennings, $15; .. I rr rr
Estelle Lee, $20; Leo Thomas -
$10; M. M. Parrish, $10; 14,000BTU
Finley Cannon, $100; Sinclair '
Eaton, $15; Lester Hodge, $25; 6,300 BTU AIR CONDITIONER 4,000 BTU| I
D. A. Cofrin, $25; W. E. Mur- CONDITIONER Automatic thermostat con '
phree, $25; W. D. McCollum, AIR con- trol .Zinc tfcermostat $
$25; R. L. Henderson, $25; E. 1.Automatic Easy acc, fsermo- bet Permanent.ride-out Cools. rooms up to 15'x r s sod
H. Page, $25; George Trebb, filters Top4Gbotta. fiber 5-year unit warranty 15' Permanent tide-out t
rent .
L. Kilpatrick, $25 A. filter 4,000 B.TJJ.NEMA
$20; W. ; air drwlafion 5-Jear unit. .
rated S- unit war
Frances Fa- year
D. Chambliss, $15; warranty > Y .
brIck, $10; Tommy Tomlinson, ranry. ttt
$50; Hershel Streit, $20; Ella _.
Mae Schenck, Waldo, $25; Hugh ,
Noe, Waldo $25; Joan Bishop
$10; Tommy Tomlinson, -rr GUARANTYFEDERAL !
$10; Arden Streit, $10r Billy
BrashearT;. $10; R., L. Black,

Macdellan$25; jk ,P., .$25 Vidal Mabel$20;Koko.Don Low Installation Chgs. Standard Sash or Jalousie. Window $7. Wiring Arranged On th e Spot

moor $25; Alex BlizlotesBill $40;
Thompson, $10; C h a rles SAVINGS .
W. C. Hodge, $10; Jim Ni- GAINESVILLE ACRES FREE PARKING I Q/ The.nly tove measure I Thai give yen iatlantcash J I and LOANASSOCIATION pE I
black, $50; Lester Hodge, $20; L ALWAYguarontetlS. laving s guaranteed
B. W..Webb, $50; F. A. Ham U. S. 441 PHONE 376-8297 EVERY DAY of Gainesville
mond, $15; C. C Talbot, $35; 220 N. Main Street
Dan ',Byrd, $25; R. T. Neu- Phone Free FR Parking 2-8496 '<
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I Townsfolk Awaited' LBJ Visit, Were Disappointed -

I :MAXEYS, Ga. (AP-A smile She wanted to see president The word had gone out that around, traveling the dusty
;ing Negro woman who thinks in her lifetime and she had r the President would visit whatIs roads in the hot sun. 'Many of REAL ESTATE : I
she is somewhere between 80 I them stood in whereit
a pasture i
heard President Johnson
I was on believed to be the.old John- Attend First Session As
and 100 kicked off her shoes, I was thought the i EI : --
4'Nk ,": : ';: :. I settled down on an apple box on the way. son homestead about four miles .helicopter might presidentialj. 1 A Guest and Begin t 1 f :
the porch of an abandoned But the President abandoned from Maxeys. It was also j Finally a Secret Service man oppM
I shack and waited. plans for a visit Friday after thought he would look at a ,received a telephone call with I Course Any Week r r f

I speaking in Gainesville some 80 graveyard where, some of his the-news: that the President was ?0% of our men & women graduates
I In The Dark miles from this community of ancestors are reported 'to be flying back to Atlanta from, pass Estate We Brokers State Examination ford Real first ,
250 persons in rolling hill coun- buried. Gainesville and then on to.. time. This school is spmera emnactnhheae In i .
Gainesville and part of of
LEXINGTON, Ky. (APAn The people came from miles Washington. _I schools In Florida.CLASSES .
jjL3.I unknown kite flier put lots of Creasie'
Negro woman,
people in the dark recently. The Gresham, was among several, I F the purchase of a TYPEWRITER is in HELD FRIDAY "NIGHTS"7:30 to 9" l 1

metal string of the kite ran hundred people who waited pa! I your horizon HARVEY REAL ESTATE SCHOOL
into a high tension line and tiently-some of them for hours You Need To Check The Many
knocked out power to about 375 -only to be disappointed.The II EXCLUSIVE FEATURES of our World Famous Howell's
E ,J customers for over an hour. A last bit of excitement for; OLYMPIA PRECISION TYPEWRITERJust Business College i

spokesman for Kentucky Utili Mrs. Gresham, who for the sake' Call
ties company said anyone who of convenience says she's 87, 218 W. University Are.
had been holding the kite string came 30 years ago when she! KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Phone 376-3507

J'I when it hit the power line would went to Memphis, Tenn., to visit i 604' N. ,MAIN ST. FR '2.9607
have been killed. some relatives. I .

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W. Dobson Jr. of Gainesville is getting WANT YOUR TfOfClR Oji ,
pointers from Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews MORE FOR MONEY ? KEEP

while .serving as a Page in the U.s. House of Rep x p
resentatives in Washington. Tom, son of Mr. and
i Mrs. Tom Dobson, 1049 SW llth Ter., is a junior
I in P.K. Yonge Laboratory School. While in Washington -
he is attending the ILS. Capitol Page School. II

Burns Was Just

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'Too Enthusiastic' I I

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TALLAHASSEE (AP-Mayor) who apparently will face Miami J,<
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville, Mayor Robert King High in the "
leading candidate for governorof second primary but whose opponent

Florida, said he had misun- may be.Sen. Scott Kelly .. .. ,
ax 3. JJ..S@q'wiov x:.y4. s kr9 u.AY4a.a: .F 'w> a x.m -.nwo+xe
derstood assurances of supportby of Lakeland. !
some cabinet members to be After the cabinet members MEW "DURA- I
endorsements.Burns made their 1 II
positions in the race l Pt I
1 had said he had the endorsements clearer aidthat. he
of. all cabinet mem misunderstood or misinterpretedthe ; A brand new tin at a I il
bers. positions of-some-of-these

But in separate, statements, gentlemen in the matter, result- tI
Cabinet members',Tom Adams, ing in an overstatement or a x low I wtm1-ir !
Doyle Conner and James Kynes. "misunderstood or misinterpreted -
said they were maintaining the positions of Some of Fx ; -. 1111
trality. the second primary these gentlemen in the matter, 4 a'is V ?
; contest in the governorship race. resulting in an overstatement
Cabinet members Thomas ,or a misunderstanding brought
Bailey, Ray Green and Ed Lar about by my optimism and enthusiasm :- I
son said that they would cast 'and their personal remarks I
their personal vote for Burns, J to me." f .

iif V&AS4 ..
I itt Oswald Slaying Probers 1 t! N.,' s ''aY Y Y+ s

a I .
Given DemonstrationDALLAS

Tex,-. (AP) .:.. Three this way: '% r hi $1 i I .W py.:a, A fir,

i members of the 8rCom-* Police Chief Jesse Curry '\
_Y mission investigatmg 'President helped guide the three on a tour V*
Kennedy's assassination were of City Hall which included the LIIA\A/\
involved Friday in an unexpected lineup room where witnesses \ ;+ .
re-enactment of the slayingof identified Oswald. "' T*' *\ ...

Lee Harvey Oswald. The group then descended on R oAn ESS... ..$11111 .
C RA t1TS f p. ORE :.f(: ; d
I; The incident occurred after the same elevator detectives : ? 11
HA2ARliTY : ...
the trio had viewed the spot used to move Oswald from'a : .1MORE
where the chief executive was fifth floor maximum securityarea. Gnntrnstu tar \ d tau tIIDATIJvvi I

shot last Nov. 22. Oswald, who They walked to the spot inst all road '
in the assassina where t.rds such a 1 Sfjf .c
was charged Oswald was shot. ha blowouts.cuts, ) fmp
z tion, was slain by Jack Ruby While McCloy chatted with of- i ct '
( during a jail transfer. ficers, the police chief suddenly Aj
_ f
i Commission members Allen thrust a fist toward the law- V/y; V.Vi 3
if Dulles former director of the stomach '
yer's as Ruby had a'x... ':a ah rti
Central Intelligence Agency; thrust the gun at Oswald after
it Sen.John Sherman Cooper, R- emerging from a crowd.
Ky.; and New York lawyer The split-second action left
John H.: McCloy, toured sites McCloy with a shocked expres- v..k. '1 URA HOIC
which figured in the Dallas sion. cC a dditive rDum 600113
? *Ne aide after670115 Y .
events last November.The "That's. just the way ft'hap- stires Yr t *
re-enactment happened pened, the police chief said.- ''. Dienof t lef ree alvl n8 710115 6501lg*
.ns. 70 01 14
heat 15
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Lady Bird Hits the Floor 1Pd safety under the most 560115 in tub.l.ss only

eat art s

At the Met-Chair Not There severe drl .n .' A #1

NEW YORK (AP-Despite a had attended only once before,

mishap with a missing chair, in 1938. ?t.r *

L Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson had a I The First Lady was accompanied &,

"wonderful evening" at a per- by her eldest daughter, P y,6I,5. NYLON CORD TIRES
formance of the Metropolitan Lynda Bird; Lynda's White

Opera Friday night. House roommate, Warrie Lynn

The President's wife stood and i Smith; and Mrs. Johnson's y ': GRANTS ROAD *Enjoy the dependability of
i waved to the audience just aft-:press secretary, Elizabeth Car- : t'iAARD nRE this Nylon Cord tire that surpasses .77 *
er returning to her box for the penter. >,:; T 1 t: rigid government tests,, BP.
third act of Verdi's "II Trova- Gntttmastu tin: ..
tore." When she sat down, the Before the opera, she and her t a:x.,,, 7'F!N- E R a ar.hu.rdt ilnst gu.rant..d all such ra.d a. *Enjoy, too, Grant exceptionally s i; i
and their
daughter companionswere
chair wasn't there. a.. : blow oots cuts low price.Nd tradeinrequired
guests at a private dinner MADE' latpactbuaka
Fortunately, the floors are given by Anthony Bliss, presi- 1 : 12-month WIU7III1IyIGRANTMArnR
thickly carpeted. She jumped up dent of the Opera Association. z<.; S
quickly, unhurt-and laughed at .8.88
the incident.It :#90 7.50x14 TUBELESS "..."......... t
the 42 COLORS IN STOCK : ?q
was first time in 19
years-or since Mrs. Harry S. 10.9* TILE PER HO IFS..NO ANDS..NO BUTS -"
Truman that a member of the .kC ..
president's family had attended Sinclair. Eaton Co. ROAD vv; A" p. I4 Satisfaction Guaranteed Your Back
the Met. Mrs. Johnson said she 716 N. Main St. GRANTS HAZARD jme f dtaj or Money
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6A,. Gainesville Sun 10
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,; or.'_ ... JOHN R. HAKAISON. Preildcat and Ntw dark} Wimtl1 caravan fly over It. clear morning some 30,000 easy American life" and

Publisher fAT COWLES. Tie Prtil4ent SOUTHBy By JAMES RESTON feet, but whole communitiesof giving the Johnson adminis-
| ED JOHNSON Vic Frfildcntand WEALTH IS conspicuo poverty are easily hidden tration's new calorie table,

Florida's Beautiful EitemtJt Editor W. G. (BUI) EN ROUTE, Appalachia but poverty hides. This is among the wooded hills. seasonally adjusted for the

... EBERSOLE. Vie President sad Advertising "We will not win our War on particularly true when it is decline of American manual

City' LIONE. Vie DlreeUri President BOB and TALTAG'University Clreelaus. RALPH McGILL Poverty," President Johnson viewed from the air as the APPALACHIA is a moun- labor and the rising intake'of

Haaacer. ; I I I Of Pulitzer the Atlanta Prize Winning(G..) niUUtiu Publisher said Thursday, "until the con- presidential party has been tainland between the prosperous booze and rich food.
''" science of the entire nationis doing. The new suburbs stand eastern seaboard and the The morning's front pages

THE SUN'S POLICY aroused." out below the presidential prosperous industrial middle- were also full of reports on the

1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. ChangeIn But this is just the problem. plane like a colorful geometric west. It stretches through 10 national economic' boo m. 'onI

'" :.:, 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials How do you arouse the con- children's village some- states from northern Pennsylvania They were released Wednes-

,t : 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. science of a fabulously rich thing out of Lewis Carroll or to northern Alabama, day by the same presidentwho

All TheCapital nation about ''the poor especially Walt Disney but the paint- and has a far higher unem- was up front here lead-
The Sun's
,.. telephones: Departments-372-8441 when most of the less shacks of the country ployment rate and lower edu- ing us in appeals for the poor.

Want Ads-376-4672 people don't see the worst of poor are hidden in the woods. cational average than the rest Yet here we were reading all I

the poverty? The boldnew highways scar of the nation. But how does these wonderful things in reclining -

I I. What the nation has already the earth, but the poverty of the rest of the affluent nation soft seats, while five

Our Growing Public LibraryBook done somehow gets in the Appalachia winds along the know about it? beautiful Pan American stew-

way of what it still has to do. dusty valley roads and up the This is the President's prob- ardesses presided over by a

circulation, reported by Miss be carefully weighed in connectionwith WASHINGTON There is The new highways, unlike the tributary streams. Even a lem. Even when'he starts out German steward, probably

slowly increasing evidencethat old railroads, bypass the pov- new swimming pool in the from Washington to stir the imported because nobody in
Beth Daane, Regional Librarian at the overall planning for Gaines- suburbs public conscience about the Appalachia wanted the job.
leaders in American bus- erty, and even the big jets or a single gentleman
the Gainesville Public Library, is up ville's future development-and in in the presidential poverty farmer's pond stands out on a poor, he is overwhelmed by were offering us enough food steN

approximately 20,000 over last year. iness are reorienting their i power and affluence. It surrounds and drink to keep an Appalachian -
the of the best modern
light library
philosophy in certain areas. him It is going for a U
And other special services sponsoredby BELOW OLYMPUS By InferlendiAKYOOOY everywhere. village
standards. It may not be architecturally It admittedly is necessary not the poor and the weak month. isid
the library show similar growth
feasible to make the old areas. It admittedly is neces- who come out to see him, but
-such as book reviews, story hour, the people who are not poor, YET IN A curious way, despite paralsl
children's summer reading program, structure function .as part of the sary that there be an attack on and particularly the young all the disturbing con-

and the Bookmobile service. new. poverty. It is imperative thata wNobEJURS N1 and the energetic and the trasts and poignant paradoxes -

part of this include specific ISN OG-'S PoW hopeful.The the poverty campaign does

attention to the Southern fIT'FoWJf..1I presidential party on have its purpose, for the average -
Our three-county regional library, But a new library building will I! wil
Appalachian region as wellas TO 6 PRESl this trip has scarcely had timeto American really does
with headquarters at Gainesville, be only a facade unless funds are \ ) find the poor. We are a seem to be affronted by the Mrs|
to slums lack of educationand
serves Alachua, Bradford, and Union generously supplied to finance the (t flying pocket of affluence talk- thought that there should be Shf

counties. The support received from expanding library services. Let us so on. This cannot be ing about poverty. But froma so much want in the countryin rin

done by "local communities"or Boeing 707 jet, the hills are the of so much ide
the counties is supplemented} by city, not fall into the fallacy of giving presence lent
the states. They can, and very beautiful in the spring, waste.
state, and federal funds and by gifts stone (or brick and cement) and will, participate. But "t h egovernment" :i I : I the airports are symbols not At least, the faces of the end!

from Friends of the Library, an active withholding bread. The great must lead. Plan- of weakness but of strength, young men and women on the Dtff. ;

organization that is just what American sin is the substitution of and the reporters, once a Ohio University campus were i.

its name implies. symbol for substance. We build ning and direction will be symbol of conspicuous poverty alive with sympathy when the
done centrally with the ad- themselves, now float in even President spoke of the poor.
schools and libraries and cimpliment vice and participation of the greater opulence than the When he talked about the anclopa

This year, despite a sizeable reduction ourselves, as we drive by, on our several state governments.Here President himself. people who had been passedby lap

in state aid, the total budgetfor educational "progress." We build when he mentioned civil -
have I.
we an impor-
the library is up $5,000 over with a free hand but balk at the up- tant reorientation of philoso- THE PARADOX of want rights and equality, and open- the
amidst plenty, of the under- ed the prospect of "the t r T.
196263. But the so-called "operatingbudget" up
keep. phy by a majority of the bus-
developed and the overfed, great society of the future forAmerica" i.T.ther.
(money for maintenance, iness community. Heretofore, .
betier illustrated when he
was never even
book purchases, etc.) is actually We recommend there had been an almost !
a reassessment of than in this particular journeyinto condemned the "cool gener-

down. However, in the face of limit- the support the library should receive knee-jerk compulsive type reaction against of such the : Appalachia. We have ation" he got a wonder-

ed funds, every department of library from Alachua County. Even if government action as b e i n g V been in it, but we haven't fully enthusiastic response.His .
really seen it, or we have seen problem, however, is
service shows growth and ex- state funds, which were recently cut, "socialism" of the creepingor
it from and what he said it
so high so quickly precisely was
pansion. The credit for this remark- should be restored, more will running variety. Realityand
money a? I'jS[ 1 s that we haven't really had a earlier.He F'i
able record must be given to the be needed to insure the continuing events continue to makeus chance to feel it. can touch the conscienceof F'u

staff-from the head librarian to quality'of library service. It takes eral aware welfare'that' while clause the of"gen-the When we started out early an audience, but how does F't

the business manager to the desk more to run a home or a business Thursday, the morning news- he touch the conscience of
Constitution is a short one it
attendants, to the Bookmobile driv- than it used to. It also takes has validty and relevance "Oh, brother! No wonder some people" don't think papers were on the airplane, "the entire nation?" Even for t
more democracy will work. and one of the main storieswas Lyndon Johnson, it is a big 11
ers. to run a good library. equal to that of the more
complaining about "the job.
lengthy and detailed sections.

All you need to do to sense the Union County and Bradford Coun- Reality also teaches that GOVERNOR'S MEET WILL INFLUENCE CONVENTION
"spirit" that gives vitality to the ty contribute one mill to library sup- poverty is not good for busi- ,-

library program is to spend five minutes port (from tax revenue). Alachua ness but a war against it is.

I at any attendant's desk or in County contributes less than half a One finds here, too, a modi-

I the office of the chief librarian. Themark' mill. In dollars and cents, of course, fication of business philosophy .

of friendly, courteous, efficient this is more than the total from regarding the civil rights Primary Perspectives
bill. The statesmen of indus
"bookside manner" is immediately Union and Bradford. But it takes no try and commerce more and ..... --- '.

apparent. It is the unmistakable hall- clairvoyance to forsee the ,
necessityfor more understand that elimina- By RICHARD WILSON York organized the support of en, 1,373; Romney, 86; Scran- were not on the-ballot The fa
library service. Whether the staff J r
upping the tion of discrimination in the
library tax
rate in Chief, CowlesWashington Republican governors. At this ton, 105; Norman Le Page, 82 feature of the Wisconsin primary -
members have of American
professional trainingor Alachua County or securing solid public sector Bureau meeting also the unannounced and scattering, 383. Goldwaterwas was that Gov. George

not we do not know, but they have support from other sources that will life is necessary to the healthof WASHINGTON The tech- candidacy of Gov. Adlai E. to have been Wallace of Alabama won 33.8
the economic and political supposed
the professional touch-and the gift Stevenson of Illinois took of the Democraticvote
guarantee library stability and con- system under which we have nique of winning the presi- the heavy favorite in New per cent

of gracious manner. tinued efficient operation. lived and progressed. dential nomination by sweep- more tangible form in the Hampshire but he ran neck in a combined protest on
ing presidential preference Democratic Party although racial integration and the in-
and neck with Rockefeller be-
a Business is a part of the primaries was brought to per- Senator Kefauver had sweptthe cumbent state administration.!
The recent bond election will
pro- "Reading is the key" is the hind Lodge.
per- public sector of national life, fection by John F. Kennedy.But presidential primaries. Goldwater formally won Indiana's -
vide funds for the enlargement of ceptive national library slogan. For One encounters in it the it is not a sure-fire way 32 delegates with 70

the library at 419 E. University many people, young and old, it fits not-always delicate balance of to get to the White House. could THE also LODGE candidacy LODGE SCORED again in per cent of the vote,over Har-

Avenue-or for the construction of a the lock on numerous doors of semantics. A privately owned The late Estes Kefauver emerge in more Massachusetts, where, however old E. Stassen.,, Republicans i
opportunity concrete form at the Cleve- there .
was no campaign.He
new building. The alternatives should business doing, or rendering, swept the primaries in 1952 crossed over to vote-- in_ the
land conference. The main interest -
service cannot got 79.5 per cent of the
a public
and failed to win the nomi- Democratic primarywhere
sustain the thatit will center on three very small vote. Nearly com-
ily argument :
nation. Dwight D. Eisenhower's Governor Wallace gof30"( ( per i
Republican governors, NelsonA. returns 63-
is really private. plete gave Lodge ---
vote-getting potential was cent of the vote.ASSUMING .
Rockefeller of New York, 688 to 8,395 for Goldwater
Voice of There is a growing wishto proved in these state political William Scranton of ,Pennsyl- 4,996 for Nixon and 2,130 for A LODGE victory

the PeopleOn have the law banning discrimination beauty contests.of all The supposed vania and George Romney of Nixon and 2,130 for Rocke- in Oregon and a Gold-
in public accom- master political If the
Michigan. Republican feller. Politicians at- in California
water victory ,
Franklin D. Roosevelt
modations so that competitors forms, ,
professionals are right and tach very little importance to
cannot themselves participatein got his start in presidential Rockefeller is badly defeatedin this fragment of the Republican the pre-convention primariesin
_ = The Sun's Opinion Page_ unfair competition against primaries.But themselves have not pre-
California by Goldwater, vote in Massachusetts.
of the
convincing proof
those who voluntarily remove in 1964 the indicationsare
Opinions and comment of Sun readers art welcome In the .f discriminations. This mixed. The is the Republican governors in Goldwater's best showingwas popularity among rank-and-
column big surprise
Must be signed end bear the writers' oddress. Names will "MS" ttJiJSS. lette'r L.tters Cleveland are likely to discuss in Illinois. The returnsare national
file on a -
A Republicans
not exceed 500 words and must be written o only side Md opinion is being presented to the popular showing of Henry
of alternatives
one the possible to not official
Sun the right to reject Poetry cannot L. us.d. Then the Congress and the effect is yet or com- scale of any candidate.
reserves letter 33Florida
Intent. Clay or to shorten it. without ;". the writ.l' meaning or noticeable. There is argument Cabot last Lodge March in and New Hampshire Scranton and Romney as wellas plete but the neatly complete They have proved that Rockefeller c
-- Lodge and Richard M. returns run this way: Gold- is weak with the Re-
taurant he does today about the public accom- tively in Oregon on May 15.
Growth not want to
ly without having the color of Nixon. water 512,616; MargaretChase
modations section of the act. publicans who vote in pri- ""
sit at the same table with the his skin hinder him and impede BUT THE POLITICAL professionals What Scranton, Rockefeller Smith, 205,690; Lodge, maries, that Goldwater does

And Rights Caucasian patron nor does he his progress. That a majority of the nation's think the big pay- and Romney do may go a 46,472 and Nixon 23,683. The r
have hard of well-or
a core
want to mix be in the final -
or mingle with off primary
business may
leadership now
Since the Negro cannot long way in determining surprise in this primary was
un- and that interest
.C EDITOR: Sun: It is very him. He just wants to eat his derstand the word "wait," believes the war of poverty to on June 2 in Califor- whether Goldwater can get Mrs. Smith's total which was ganized support, -
disturbing to me,, and I hopeto dinner and not be molested. Is there is be a legitimate feature of con- nia where Sen. Barry Gold- the final turns tangentially from
a new word now, margin of votes he accepted as a Republican Rockefeller and Gold- n
to read news reports that such a hard thing to water has his last chance to both
everyone "compromise." the Negro cern by the government, "the needs or will be stopped shortof protest against Goldwater.
and that in electinga grant an individual? water to Lodge primarily andto
see it his vote
has a compromise: general welfare requiring prove getting poten- his goal. Gov. Mark Hat- Never-the-less, the Arizona
governor for a great state, In fact, the same individual Make me a second class cit- and that this same force now tial against Gov. Nelson A. field of Oregon also will fig- senator got 64.5 per cent of Scranton and Romney only
for its future growth and improvement often cooks your food, serves izen if wants the civil rights bill Rockefeller.The incidentally.This .
you must, but don't ure in this determination.These the Illinois vote and Illinois
that many citizensof your food, irons your clothes, make me pay first class passed so that a legal basis chairman of the Re governors will head will have 58 delegates at the creates the conditionsfor

our county and state may takes care of your childrenand taxes; you can send me to sec- may be had for eliminating publican senatorial campaign state delegations to the na- national convention. a very bitter fight in the
be led to believe that the elec-
sometimes you. ond class schools if must discrimination in the public committee, Sen. Thurston
you big Republican national
tion the tional convention with a totalof Pennsylvania gave a conven-
depends solely on The
only thing he wants but don't give me the same sector, is one of the more Morton ,of Kentucky, has
civil rights issue. from an integrated school is 222 votes. While they can- vote to its governor, Scranton, tion. The question reverts bas
The growth of Florida an education, not to mix and exam for a job that you give meaningful changes stated publicly what many not control all these votes but here again only a frag- ically to what it was prior to

does not depend solely upon mingle or as the dictionary the Caucasian boy; you can ness philosophy in our time. think. If Goldwater wins a big they can influence upwards of ment of the Republican vote the assassination of Presi-

civil rights; there are says to gradually merge with work me in the pits, fields and There is a third change victory in California this may 200 which could be the decisive turned out. Scranton took 58.3 dent Kennedy, whether uncommitted
must in the heat
many other aspects to be con- each other. This is not what of the you also in evidence. The Chris- create a psychological'condi- factor in the nomina- per cent, Lodge 21.1 per cent, and favorite son
sun or next to the boiler
sidered in the growth of our he wants, and these are facts but when I finish work- tian church is at last mobiliz- tion in the Republican party Nixon 9.7 per cent Goldwater delegations can combine to iiIii

state. It would be suicidal to needing to be faced. don't tell me I smell.I .my ing its force behind the decla- for his nomination on the first tion.The primary season beganin 8.5 per cent and Rockefeller stop Goldwater and then uniteon .

the state of Florida to boil One must understand thatno would like to offer this as ration that discrimination ballot. Morton said that witha March, in New Hampshire 1.9 per cent.TEXAS a candidate. That is whya

growth down to a civil rights law can make you like an a solution to our problems- and prejudice are a legiti- California victory Goldwater where Lodge made his writein TURNED out 95,774 second nomination for }

issue. individual, no law can make it already has worked in mate moral issue whooly out- will have pinned down showing and the results votes for Goldwater; 10,599 Nixon remains a prime possi

The civil rights question has you eat at the same table with Gainesville, on a small scale. side the field of politics. In from 585 to 600 of the 655 were disappointing for Rocke- for Lodge and 5,692 for bility, for it is widely assumed -

been debatable for a numberof him, or sit beside him in a The problems of integrationmust years to come the tardinessof .votes needed for his nomina- feller and Goldwater. In the Rockefeller. This again is that if Goldwater finds I

yea r s. Everyone knows movie. Only you can do that. be talked about openly the church to act will be tion.These flush of the Lodge surprise it only a fragment of the Re- he cannot win he may try to

what civil rights are, and probably You don't have to like me or day by day by both factions, the subject of books and research votes do not show in was overlooked that 65 per publican vote in Texas where shift l his support to Nixon. 1 I

knows that they are even know me to give me a with an open mind. We must articles. any exact tabulation of the cent of New Hampshire's Re- Goldwater already has the By the same token Scran-

j right whether they personally piece of bread. But because realize that integration is a There still are of its Arizona's senator's strength.The publicans did not vote for delegation of 66 votes. ton is still alive politically.The .
demonstrate it or not. They you don't like me or the colorof many total includes
change for both races both prospectivevotes Wisconsin 299,612 or picture will
: leaders who insist that even him. He won 35 per cent of gave emerge more
also know right from wrong my skin does not give you must adjust to it and its problems which are now listed as 99.7 cent of its Republican clearly after the California Elt
the gross discriminations in the vote. per
and if they don't know right the right to tell me I cannot
for uncommitted. Goldwater
they are as differ- church-related schools and in- un- The'official figures were: vote to a favorite son, primary and at the annn lgovernors'
from then laws are eat there or enjoy a movie
wrong erent
as are individuals. But will have
made to portray it for them. here. If that is the case, you we must adjust.I stitutions are not moral issues committed questionably more Lodge. 33.007; Goldwater. 20- Rep. John Byrnes. There was conference just a 1 1l 1r
delegate strength the month before the
However, people l always should not associate with me insofar as the church is concerned 692; Rockefeller, 19.504; no campaign Republican
have and always will seek and by the same token I will personally deplore cram- Yet, slowly but sure- than any other candidate but Nixon 16,587; Margaret Chase leading contestants for the national convention meets'' Tn

scapegoats, avoiding issues not associate with your. ming gation down integration anyone's or throat-segre- ly, this hypocrisy is becomingless there are still many Republican Smith, 2,120; Harold E. Stass- nomination and their names San Francisco on July 13.,
leaders who cannot be-
; and looking for shields to help Let's stop hiding behind and less tenable. Direct
believe me it will not stay lieve that he will win the r3
them escape facing the facts. the thing you are hiding be- down. Reverse peristaltic action founded on basic POTOMAC FEVER ." .
action -
Unfortunately, the "facts" hind and understand that the will principles is a growing force.Recent Fpl lowing the .
bring right back a
they hide behind to settle civil rights bill is not a bill to bitter votes in the Southern California primary the nation's Cowles Washington Bureau .
up nasty, sour and full will meet in By Jack Wilson, ,
their minds about civil rights integrate _races by gradually of hate. Presbyterian and Methodist governors
aren't facts. merging with each.other, but So asks does the church organizations are their annual conference at President Johnson is the Brigitte Bardot of politics. You remember Brigitte
one why
The Negro does not want to equalize people as far as Negro continue to direct straws in that wind. The pres- Cleveland. The die could ,be girl who figured the more they see of you the better they'll like you 'd .- t

physical contact with the Cau- privileges are concerned.It action? Just as Socrates press felt ence here in Washington of a cast at this meeting for or -- --. t

casian, he wants only his long is not to make a Caucas- it necessary to create tensionin genuine and forceful ecumen- against Goldwater. General Maybe we're missing a bet by not trading with the Cubans. If ,the French ;

due dignity, respect and equal ian love a Negro before he the mind i so individuals ical crusade of prayer and Eisenhower's nomination was sell them locomotives why shouldn't we supply the featherbeds, .. '. .. t
place in this affluent society can enjoy these privileges, but could rise from the bondageSee declaration in behalf of moral all but clinched in 1952 in f -- "

and world he helped build. to let the Negro take his placein action is another example of Houston, Tex., when Gov. The President reports that he found! his beagle standing on his hirid.legs.-.

When he walks into a res- society and live according- ( THE PEOPLE'S, Page '7Al) change. Thomas E. Dewey of New all _by himself the other day. And holding his forepaws over his ears?.. ,, :J' t

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6A._ _Gainesville_ _Sun_ _ Sunday_ _, _May_ _10_, _1964_ I __- _
,:1 t.' L Alachna County Chapter. mothers, God mothers, step
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NEWBERRY SCHOOL The Baptist Training Union i

iUtt The faculty and student meets at 6 p.m. Rev.:'W. J. Tay- ;

-; 0i.aiuc5uille body will be favored with a lor, pastor; Mrs. Harriet Jones,

; treat Friday, May 15. Richard:reporter.

Parker will bring his concert I -

:.. band to the school to perform.

:, The Student Council will have
JOHN L HAHdISOXi rreddeit and
of this affair. Mr. Parker .
blisheri; PAT COWLES. Tie PreiW charge
dent ED JOHNSON. Tic Presidentand hopes by visiting the schoolsin r !
Florida's Beautiful ExccatiT Editori W. G. (BUI) his attendnace area, that he I!
EBERSOLE. Tie President and Advertising -
. Director BOB TARTAG- will be able to acquaint m o re II I

.: 'University City' LIONE Vie president and C
t n Mautr courage more students to be- II I Ir

come active participants in the II I

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Pre-School RoundUpThe II I

-- 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials Newberry Elementary I

.:: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. School is having its Pre-S chool

-... Round-Up for First Graders,
9- The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441
Friday, May 15. Parents are en-
Want Ads-376-4672 i their "' -
couraged to register
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._._,.. -w y. children that they have that will ATTENDS DISTRICT
be six years old on or before GRAND LODGE

; Our Growing Public LibraryBook Homemakers' OfficersMiss January 1, 1965. Please bring a Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley,

birth certificate to verify the (above) recorder of the Fel-

circulation, reported by Miss be carefully weighed in connectionwith Frances R. Thomas, Tallahassee, state advisor of the New Home- childs age. lowship Household of Ruth No.

makers of America and specialist in home economics education for ,the state It is very necessary that\ the 5422 of Williston, attended the
Beth Daane, Regional Librarian at the overall planning for Gaines- of Florida, is shown with newly elected state officers during the re ent NHA parents or guardian come, be- District Grand Lodge of House-

the Gainesville Public Library, is up ville's future development-and in state conference at Florida A&l\1 University. Seated, left to right, are: \Ia- cause there are vital questionsthat hold of Ruth No. 16 of Floridaat

approximately 20,000 over last year. the light of the best modern library nan J. Stephens, Live Oak, president-elect; Tetheola Green, Lake City, vice must be answered by the Sarasota. She was

And other special services sponsoredby president Section A; Cecelia A. Jones, Goulds, vice president, Section C; Ag- parent. It is not necessary to ied by Mrs. Susie

the library show similar growth standards. It may not be architec- nes M. Carter, Dade City, vice presid ent, Section B. Standing, left to right, I bring the child. of Williston.

turally feasible to make the old are: Catherine R. Joel, Orlando, historian; Sherrell D. Swain, Fort Myers Grades 5th through 8th will accompan//
-such as book reviews, story hour, song leader; Mae Edith McCoy, Lincoln Junior-Senior High School, Gainesville present their Annual Spring Operetta HONOR PAST
structure function of the
children's summer reading program, as part treasurer; Miss Thomas; Gwendolyn Wallace, DeFuniak Springs, sec- entitled, "Sleepy Head"on St. Paul C.M.E.

and the Bookmobile service. new. retary; Juarlyn L. Gaiter, Tallahassee, parliamentarian; and Mary Elizabeth Thursday, May 14 at 8 p.m. honor its past : 1 1I

Cathings, Cocoa, reporter.COLORED. in the Newberry Elemen tar y E. T. Belle, today at 3 p.m. She

School Cafetorium. We are asking served faithfully and untiring
Our three-county regional library, But a new library building will
The speaker the
evening '
all parents and friends of through the years and provided
with headquarters at Gainesville, be only a facade unless funds are NEWSB. worship at 8 p.m. will be the area to come out and enjoy leadership and encouragment.

serves Alachua, Bradford, and Union generously supplied to finance the Mrs. C. W. Hathock, a fine :seeing their children in action. Friends are invited to attend.

counties. The support received from expanding library services. Let us F. Childs.. Colored- _ News__ _\: Editor___I_ __ teacher and citizen of our coun- ,This operetta is sponsored by Mrs. E. M. Hart, president;
the counties is supplemented by city, not fall into the fallacy of giving ... ARCHER COMMUNITY The teachers are: Sister Mattie ty and also a member of the Mrs. Ivy M. Roberts and F. G. Rev. B. F. Weary, minister.
A. L. Mebane '
faculty. Jr. C. H. Hatchcok,
state, and federal funds and by gifts stone (or brick and cement) and SCHOOL NEWSCommencement Joe Jordan and Mother Maude Wingate,
voices and
Forty-five will join, principal; F. G. Wingate, re NOTE OF SYMPATHY
from Friends of the Library, an active withholding bread. The greatAmerican activities at Martin. During the morning sing the old time hymns and porter. The pastor, membership and

organization that is just what sin is the substitution of Archer Community School have worship at 11 a.m. Sister Nat- jubilees.For friends of the Mt. Carmel Baptist

its implies. begun with much enthusiasm ley Bryant, a member of the a spiritual treat, keep Church extend their sympathy -
name symbol for substance. We build Church of God in Christ from PIANO RECITALThe I
among parents and students. to Mrs. Sallie Mosse in the
the fourth Sunday date. May 24.
schools and libraries and cimpliment Gainesville, will be the princi piano pupils of J. C.
The first
"The Three
playlets, Mrs. Ida Simmons loss of her husband, Booker T.
'. This year, despite a sizeable reduction ourselves, as we drive by, on our Little Kittens" and "The Mouse pal speaker; dinner served, reporter. Rawls will be presented in recital -Moses at Concord, Ga. Rev. T.

in state aid, the total budgetfor educational "progress." We build That Soars" were presented by p.m.; and during the after- today at Sunland Train- A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther
the is the first and second grades with noon worship at 3 p.m., Sister ing Center for the musical en- 'Hamm
library up $5,000 over with a free hand but balk at the up- h reporter.@bitttatit
the t
McCullen, from Reddick, joyment of patients ere.
Mrs. Ayer and Williams as ,
1962-63. But the so-called
S i- "operatingbudget" keep. Attendance will also be the principal speaker. The program will commence at .
sponsors. was very
(money for maintenance, good. 4 6 p.m.

book purchases, etc.) is actually We recommend a reassessment of The second activity presented The public is invited. LEROY SCOTT 2Funeral

down. However, in the face of limit- the support the library should receive by the third and fourth grades I t. NOTE OF THANKS services for LeR4j. (

ed funds, every department of library from Alachua County. Even if will be Monday night, May 11,! CONVALESCINGJoe The family of the late Mrs. .Scott, of Waldo, will be held t!
Gaset of Dr. Pauline Simmoms Bullard wishto
an employe
at 8 The title of the :
service shows and p.m. evening : the Chut-h
growth ex state funds, which were recently cut :: Philadelphia Baptist
will be "On the Road to'' L. B. Childs of Jacksonville take this method to thank
pansion. The credit for this remark- should be restored, more money will Happiness Knowledge plus well known here, who is ill in :. their many friends for their acts today at 2:30: p.m. with Rev. .,

able record must be given to the be needed to insure the continuing School Equals Happiness. the Brewster Hospital, was reported of kindness shown during t h eir J. Phillips officiating. Int :
ment will follow in the Wa
staff-from the head librarian to quality of library service. It takes Please come out and enjoy an as somewhat improved. bereavement. Cemetery.The .

the business to the desk evening of entertainment.The Signed: Mrs. Fannie Jones,
manager more to run a home or a business ANNUAL SESSIONThe deceased was a veter ,(:
May Day Festival scheduled Mr. Henry Lewis.
attendants, to the Bookmobile driv- than it used to. It also takes more for May 16 offers a treat annual session of the of World War II. 4

ers. to run a good library. for everyone. The King and Women's Missionary Baptistand AILING IN HOMES Duncan Brothers, mortician\ '.

Queen of May will be crowned Educational Convention, The following persons are ailing -are in charge.

All you need to do to sense the Union County and Bradford Coun with activities to honor them. auxiliary of the Mt. Sinai Mis- in their homes: Eddie DAVID (PUNCH) STURKS

"spirit" that gives vitality to the ty contribute one mill to library Also, a big baseball game will sionary Baptist Association Hines and Mrs. Anna Watts. David Sturks, a former ci '
sup- be held on the field. So come with Rev. G. G. McArthur, Mrs. Anna Watts. Mrs. F. D.
of this died Perrin
library program is to spend five minutes from zen city at
port ( tax
revenue). Alachua moderator will convene at the
out and have time
a big begin- Shannon reporter.
I' ,
He the brother of
[HONOR was Char
at attendant's desk in
any or County contributes less than half ning at 1:30 Ebenezer Baptist Church at I
.. a p.m.
Paul C. M. E. Church Mis- Smith, Mark Sturks and M
the office of the chief librarian. The mill. In dollars and cents, of course, Our lunchroom manager, Starke, from May 14 to May 17. sionary Society will honor its MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAM Janie Sturks of this city.

mark of friendly, courteous, efficient this is more than the total Mrs. Lucille McGinnis, was During the convention, there There will be a Mothers' Day
from past president, Mrs. E. T. Belle, Duncan Brothers morticlaj
will be local
"bookside among six representatives from a program at the Mt. Moriah Baptist -
manner" is immediately Union and Bradford. But it takes no Alachua County attending tr-0 Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. P. L. today at 2 p.m. She has served program Church today. will announce funeral arrant

S apparent. It is the unmistakable haIl- clairvoyance to forsee the necessityfor Lunchroom Association Conven- I Scott, reporter. faithfully and untiringly throughthe the morning worship ments later.

library service. Whether the staff I She has provided .During_ ,. ,._ .., ____
upping the library tax rate in tion in Pensacola, April 24-25, I -or- years. I at II a.m. Airs. Aiaoie 11. uorsey no n _SFI.FVA____n_ _RAWL___.._
members have professional training Alachua County or securing solid at Spencer Bibbs Elementary HAS OPERATIONJoe leadership and encouragement. a teacher in Lincoln High Selena Rawls, daughter of R|',.

:: or not we do not know, but they have support from other sources that will School. There were 290 parsonsin Warren, citrus grower of Her work in the Missionary Society School, will be the principal and Mrs. Alphonso Rawls
Mims, well known here, who has been an expression of
attendance at the convention.
the professional touch-and the gift guarantee library stability and speaker. Grove Park, died. in the! Ala<| I
con- Theme for the occasion was underwent surgery in a Wash- faith. There will be a tea from 4
of gracious manner. tinued efficient operation. "Challenges of School Lunch in ington, D. C., hospital, has returned The }program will include an p.m. to 6 p.m. ua Selena General Hospital student Thursda
was a at SI
Relation to THE Space ERA." to his home, and was opening hymn with Mrs. S. C. -,

The recent bond election will pro- "Reading is the key" is the per- Mrs. McGinnis reported a suc. reported as improving. Price, presiding; scripture, Rev. NOTICE Elementary thorne. School at Hal _J

vide funds for the enlargement of ceptive national library slogan. For ,cessful and beneficial trip. W. L. Souder; invocation Rev. The City wide MissionaryBand Duncan Brothers
the library at 419 E. University NOTE OF THANKSThe W. M. Ferguson; selection, audience will meet at the Bell'sNursery
many people, young and old, it fits of the late David will announce
A LANDMARK family ; occasion Mrs. T. M. Monday at 4:30: p.m.
Avenue-or for the construction of a the lock on numerous doors of op Bible Thought "Jesus said Strong wish to take this methodto Jordon; solo, Mrs. Margorie The book is now open for ments later. mortICil..

new building. The alternatives should portunity. unto him, I am the the thank the many friends for of
way Sidney Harris; presentation new members. FRANKIE J.
.. H "_lI..L __ ___ :tViAiv. nrttfff VinHnocp cVtAiim .Ii'
, irutn ana me ngni; no man \ '''''' citation Mrs. T. V. Dudley. Final rites for ?fr

cometh unto the Father, but by during their bereavement.: Tributes will be brought by CHOIRS' FESTIVALThe Johnson Holmes' TTustis: .W It

me." (John 14:6): ). May God bless each of you. Mrs. Kalene Childs Mrs. Etta Choirs' Festival meetingwill be held this afternoon at 3 PS G I

Voice Signed: Chaney Bell Jacks 0 nand Turnipseed, Mrs. Ellen Turner, be held at the Mt. Olive A. from the St. James A-MIE

of the PeopleOn ALACHUA NEWS the Strong family. Mrs. Ester Hamm, Mrs. Maxine M. E. Church with Rev. Arnold, Church at Eustis with the :'J1, .

Singers To Appear QUEEN FIVE POINT TEA I Gaddum, Mrs. Willie V. Dix- pastor, today at 3 p.m. M. M, Martin officiating. t

The Gospel Cavaliers, singers There will be a Queen Fi v e,on, Mrs. Altamese Wingate,, Mrs. Holmes, the sister

from Brunswick, Ga., will Point Tea, sponsored by the and Mrs. Chris Mateson. M r s. TO PRESENT PROGRAM W. L. Johnson of 913 SEth
= Sun's Opinion Page=- appear in a musical program at parsonage Committee of the Mt. E. M. Hart, president; Rev. B. There will be a Mothers' Day Place, died Wednesday in t Ui: 1
the Church of God in Christ at Pleasant Methodist Church on program at the First Baptist Waterman
F. Weary pastor. Memorial Hospitalfat fI
and :
comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column.' with Elder Hugh Anderson, pas- lawn Church today at 11 a.m.
must .. signed and bear the writer'ddress.. Letters the church's Sunday, May Eustis following an illness.
Names ..
will withheld if requested. A letter should tor, today at 4 p.m. and also at The members are urged to< I f I
not uceed see words
be 17 at 4:30
must written on only one aide of the : p.m. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSBrooker I Survivors include her hiis-; ,
Sun'"tent.reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without chon1ing p.per. Poetry the cannot w riter's b.meaning used. Th.0' the Church of God in Christ at The members and friendsare Greater Bell Meth- pay their pledges at 3 p.m. band, Rev. Peter L. Holm $
High Springs.
invited. Mrs. Ennis Thomas odist Sunday School with mother, Mrs. Millie JOhnson .
-- -
Florida' Growth, taurant he does not want to ly without having the color of Evangelist During both R. L. programs Lambert will, chairman; Rev. W. M. Ferguson -Mrs. Nellie Moore, superintendent CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson Chapel Baptist .Eustis; two brothers, F r a t.,1. i

And sit at the same table with the his skin hinder him and impede be the principal speaker. pastor. in charge 10 a.m.; morn- School 9:45: a.m. Edward Johnson of St. Pete t -
Rights Caucasian patron nor does he his progress. ing worship, 11:30 a.m. Followed Mt. Pleasant Methodist burg and W. L. Johnson t,
want to mix or mingle with Since the 7TH ANNIVERSARYThe by a Mothers' Day program. Gainesville; two sisters, M
Negro NEWS
cannot WILLISTON School 9:3O.a.m. morning -
understand Church ;
EDITOR: Sun: It is him. He just wants to eat his of the
very 7th anniversary is invited. Rev. A. Minnie and
the word "wait Set The public and Sapp The _.
disturbing to me, and I hopeto ,that dinner such and not be molested. Is there is a new word now, The Spiritual Program Sterrers, singers begins May 11 and lasts to May J. Anderson, pastor; Mrs. Nellie worship worship,, 11 7 p.m.a.m.;Those evening per-- Miller of New York, and m a
to read a
everyone news reports thing to
"compromise." the in musical 17 at the Spring Hill Baptist Moore, reporter. nieces nephews and
and see that in electinga grant an individual? Negro will appear a I sons who did not pay their rally cousins.
for has a compromise: program at the St. Peter Bap-Church. Levi Griffin president assessments during April are Interment will be made in t
governor a great state, In fact the
for its future growth and improvement often cooks same food individual Make me a second class citizen tist Church today. May 10, at 3 ; Mrs. Quincy Marks, repor MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAMTheyoungpeopleOf kindly asked to do so today. Mt. Olive Cemetery at Eus-',

that many citizensof your food irons your serves if you must, but don't p.m. in behalf of the Women's ter. the Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pastor. under the direction of White ana.

our county and state may takes of your clothes make me pay first class Home Mission Society. Friendship Baptist Church are Lake Butler Hope Well A. Dorsey Funeral Home. -
care children
your taxes; you can send me to second TO PRESENT PROGRAM sponsoring asp e cial Mothers' School, 10
be led to believe that the elec- and sometimes M. E. Sunday
tion you. class schools if you must, FAMILY WEEK CLOSING There will be a program, en- Day program at 7:30. Everyone morning worship, 11 MRS. NELLIE DURHAM
depends solely on the The only he a.m.;
civil rights issue. from thing wants but don't give me the same The observance of Family titled "Choirs in Parade" at the is invited. a.m.; and there will be a Moth- Mrs. Nellie Durham of Ham
integrated school is
The growth of Florida an education, not to mix and exam for a job that you give Week, which has been held at Bartley Temple Methodist ers' Day Program, Communion, ton died at her home after .

does not depend solely upon mingle or as the the Caucasian boy; you can Mt. Carmel Baptist Church dur- Church Monday May 11, at 8p.m. ANNUAL ALUMNI DAY 3 p.m. Rev. Cliffton Simmons, long ill n esse Funeral arrangements

civil rights 1 ; there are says, to gradually dictionary with work me in the pits, fields and ing the week, is closing today. Mrs. Hartie Perry, repor- The annual o b s e r vance of :pastor; Mrs. Willie Mae Perry, will be announced later.!

many other aspects to be cons each other. This is merge not what mines if you must, in the heat During the day, there will be ter; Mrs. Hester Burke and ,Alumni Day will be held on the reporter. Duncan Bros. Funeral Horn!

sidered in the growth of our he wants, and these are facts of the sun or next to the boiler an interesting program. Sever- Mrs. Hattie Perry, sponsors. I campus of Florida Memorial in charge.

state. It would be suicidal to needing to be faced. but when I finish my work |outstanding. persons will appear College on Saturday, May 16. 1 1I MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAM MRS. MAUDE
don't activities WHITE
tell I I For that day
me smell.I many
the state of Florida to boil in the program. NOTICE
One must understand thatno would like to offer this have been planned. The festivi- There will be a Mothers' Day Final rites for Mrs. Maud

growth down to a civil rights law can make you like an a solution to our problems-as PLANNEDThe The Religious Choirs Union ties will begin at 10 a.m. with ]program at the Mt. Carmel Baptist White of Johnson, who died -

issue. individual, no law can make it already has worked in RECITAL Service Guildof will present a program at the the Coffee Hour. The annual 1 Church today at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Putnam Mem

The civil rights question has you eat at the same table with Gainesville, on a small scale. I Wesleyan Methodist St. Joseph Baptist Church on business meeting will begin at During the program, Mrs. orial Hospital following a brie

been debatable for a numberof him or sit beside him in a The problems of integrationmust the ML Pleasant the Beth- Monday, May 11, at 8 p.m. Dea- 11:30 a.m., at which time ,the I Catherine Taylor, a teacher in illness, will be conducted today

yea r s. Everyone knows movie. Only you can do that. be talked about openly Church is presenting in musi con Tom Robinson, presi--College Choir will furnish the I the Jones Elementary School, at 2 p.m. from the Mt. Bethel

what civil rights are, and pro- You don't have to like me or day by day by both factions, une-Cookman chorus the Mount a Pleas- dent; Mrs. Beatrice Neal, re music and President R. W. Pur .will be guest speaker. Mrs. Do- Baptist Church with the Rev.

bably k n o ws that they are even know me to give me a with an open mind. We must cal-recital at porter. will give his annual report I na Coward, chairman; Rev. T. .Ellerson officiating. Interment
at year
Church today
right, whether they personally piece of bread. But because realize that integration is a ant Methodist 2nd Street. to the National Alumni Associa,A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther will follow in the Gil Gal Cemetery -
demonstrate it or not. They you don't like me or the colorof change for both 7:30 p.m., corner NAACP MEETINGThe 1 IV. Hamm, reporter. .
races, we Chorusis
also know right from wrong my skin does not give you must'adjust to it and itS prob- The Bethune-Cookman Thomas National Association for tion.Luncheon will be held in Cole- Mrs. White is survived by
and if they don't know right the to tell I under the direction of -
right me cannot lems Westfall Hall. During 1 NOTICE I her husband
for .
from they are as differ- who is well Advancement of Colored man Benny White; one
then laws there A. Demps,
wrong are eat movie
or enjoy a
erent as individuals. the luncheon special The University City Temple :son, Marvin Joe
are But of music. People will meet on the ground recog- White; four
made to field
portray it for them. here. If that is the known in the
case you we must adjust.I floor at the Mt. Carmel Baptist nitiori will be given the classes 1 No. 900. will have a joint meet. i sisters, Mrs. Lilly Besscent
However of good mu-
people should not associate with For an evening
always me personally deplore of 19M, 1914, 1924, 1934, 1944 and j tag with the "bills" Monday at ,Mrs. Kattie Lee
cramming Church, Monday at 8 White Mrs.
have and be p.m.
fail present.
always will seek and by the same token I will sic, don't to
class ofl9Mwfflbeguests.At7p.m.in !) at Mason Hall. Mrs. ]
integration or I 1954. The prospective p.m. Maggie White and Mrs. Viola ,
segre- makeit -
scapegoats, avoiding issues not associate with This being Day,
your. I Rosa Williams ]
gation down anyone's throat- reporter. Debose, one brother
and for moth- WOMEN'S DAY Rosevelt
looking shields to help Let's stop hiding behindthe a date to bring your
them believe me it will not stay treat. Plans being made at the the Heckscher's Gymnatorium. ]Debose, two stepsons, Connell
escape facing the facts. thing are hiding behind ers. It will be a great are
you down. Reverse James Hall will be presented in !PECIAL; NOTICE White and
peristaltic Warnell
Unfortunately the action are: Bartley Te m le Methodist White; one ri
"facts" and understand that the The admission prices p : rI
will bring it right back recital. Mr. Hall is a graduate There will be a Mothers' Day :step daughter i
they hide behind to settle civil rights bill is not a bill to adults, $1; children, 60 cents. :Church for Women's Dayan' Mrs. Beatrice I rI
their minds about civil rightsaren't integrate races by gradually up nasty, bitter, sour and full May 24.The I of the college, and has attained J jram at the Johnson Chapel 1 White; 12 step grandchildren, I I rI
of hate. I national fame as a concert I Baptist: Church today at 11 a.m. ,md other relatives.The i
facts. merging with each other, but HIGH SPRINGS NEWS speaker during the morning ;
So asks basso. Miss Peterson wille
one why does the
The Negro does not want to equalize people as far as Women's Day ClosingWomen's worship at 11 ajn. will be family and friends are I
Negro continue to All members of the Alach I the speaker on the I
contact with press direct u a ) principal tindly asked to meet at the I
physical the Cau- privileges are concerned.It Day observance Mrs. Martin of
Lydia Ocala
action? Just Socrates I Alumni of Florida xxasion. I
as felt County Chapter c home of Mrs. White in Johnson
casian, he wants only his long is not to make a Caucasian Monday at 8p.m.
which was begun daughter of Prof. A. Quinn ;
it to Memorial askedto The School class that ,
create tensionin College Sunday at
necessary are T15
to form the
p.m. cortege
\ due dignity respect and equal love a Negro before he at the Church of God in Jones of Gainesville. She is ; *
the mind so individuals an attend. The members I rings the largest numbers of j
f in this may that will proceed to the
place affluent society can enjoy these privileges but Christ. is closing today. The eloquent speaker along with ,
could rise from the donations will, receive ,
bondageSee give their to the I mothers a sur- hurch.
world he presI 4: These services are under
and helped build. to let the Negro take his placein schedules of services is as follows achievements i
many a' civic
ident if they do not to at rise. Those eligible consist
plan of
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I 1.1 \\( 1 ;:= Sunday May 10, 1964 Gainesville- Sun.-------- 7AJ- .:

'I: The People's Voice
ff I *
tf I ONCE-A.

. (Voice Continued From ) who guided this of defeated candidates were jJ4
!, *,of myth'an4,half-Jruth to the recent bond switching to High. But what YEAR WEEK
unfettered realm of-crest boost to Gaines- the Sun did not report was I
11 i -analysis,and objective elected solely perhaps the most significant
'. ,sal, we must,.$ee the stand on civil story of all. EVENT!
rj. having non violent would not As a result of -Tuesday's
' to create-the kind of bond issue. The election, many Democrats are ? ONLY. !
f in society ,that will help leaders would that the _
finding gubernatorial
rje from dark depths.of such ,an uproar candidate that best reflects DRAPERIES CUSTOM MADE FOR YOU f %
I udice and"racism to have 'had time their beliefs and feelings of I .
I heights of understanding : good government is neither 1500 yds.

I .brotherhood..The?purpose. of the the second to our state pri Burns Charles nor High Holley., but Republican AT NO CHARGE!

'action is to create t a..situa 26 with our j' FABRICSINCLUDING
These Democrats realize ,
so crisispacked that it would be
.\ gov-
alx will open the on civil rights. that the cause of good state SPECIAL! 2 WEEKS ONLYHERE'S Y ;" J
negotiation. We,. t her. the civil i government is not served by
concur withy in your but please let's turning to.and supporting only HOW IT WORKS !
for.negotiation. Too long an mind the best of two evils. They .
,our beloved, outhland: for the best in- know that an honest and responsible cA1 DRIP-DRYS,
bogged? down. in.the tragic city and county administration can -4-
tempt to live in for the growth not be founded upon service' FROM WILSON'STHOUSANDS 't 100%
1 rather than dialogue. now and to- to petty politics, special OF YARDS OF
' 0 n' June 2, and ? J963k terest groups and higher .
was done in Gainesville, e for or against ernment spending.The safJ'11
shortly thereafter said, feel free to belief that a BLOOM AND RIVERDALE, / '
I began. The Bi Racial any time. can't be beaten in Florida I f PRICED 1.39-2.98 yd. t- b'
mittee made a statement .' III has been disproven time and t WILSON'S; WILL MAKE ? f4'} 1I; 1 F REG. 59*
the citizens of Gainesville? time again in recent years.
I "This Committee Rep. Holley will wage a YOUR UNLINED 63" OR
Holley '
nizes the principles of vigorous campaign both here ;;'" TO 1 1.39
tion as the basis of Win in Alachua County and LONGER DRAPERIES FOR s ;::
tion, and urges all Florida for sound
cooperate with this and progressive state govern YOU AT NO EXTRA Fr ( Lt 'i
in solving the resulting Sun: On Thurs- ment.I SALE
lems in an orderly the Sun quoted urge the many dissatisfied CHARGE! tift N.MEASUREMENTS .
We all know that if the Chairman '
voters and campaign BRING YOUR WINDOW ; .
rights issue here in as saying, ,
workers not to choose the ?
ville had been handled from FOR SINGLE c : F -
best of two evils but to sup-
ly, citizens could have b a r 1 port and work for leadership OR MULTIPLE WIDTH r A E ONE WEEK ONLY
hurt and the growth up" in over- which will be above narrow DRAW DRAPERIES. PUR-
Gainesville and Alachua .
partisan politics. CHASE YOUR FABRICS &
hindered. edition also
ty Wrongly e
it will hurt our state. other supporters Rep. Holley can and will TRIMMINGS AT WILSON'S.WE'LL .
} win in November.



t catch High," Hamilton I[ few weeks of the I
"but he did jump seven I I SALE BEFORE!
cent from the first of know of '
the middle of April in our I had called any the I' ElectricalAppliances SATINS, CHINTZ, TEXTURED WEAVES, COTTON

Along with most of the. InstalledFOR ,
had picked Burns first C finish for Kelly, Residential_ Commercial FREE FROM ANY FABRICS SPECIALLY ORDERED FOR
asked to project his ] "Anybody who Industrial YOU DURING THIS EVENT. TAINS.
to election day. I the last few days CALL
"Burns was losing, but : first and Kelly C. P. Dressier Floor' Floor'
Home Furnishings Shop2nd Piece Goods Shop2nd
very slow rate ; be just as "valid Electrical Contractor ,I .
+ He picked High second High third.
910 N.w. 4th sr.
1 as I know, no
number of reasons. I Phone FR 6.6193
During the long time C
---- ---
between the polls High stock your,
ed about the .same_ !, I i "h.11 AM'J linen closef"4
.. 'VV
W buy for gif $..4*

/ dress up
",4- Annual I
s'x yourhohne.
F .
( : : SAVElIiCANNON !!!

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at Take our up the low M discount months to'prices.pay. bHEEl S ,"I .,

House.Furniture South.nufacturert Main St. at Sample South 72"xiu8', FII icD OR FLAT, REG. 3.69, . .......... WHITE SALE 2.69 =
13th St. 81"x108", FITTED OR FLAT, REG. 4.09WHITE SALE 2.99

PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.19, .... .... MAY WHITE SALE 99c each ;-



72"xl08", REGULARLY 3.99 ............. .... MAY WHITE SALE 2.99 Z

i HAMILTONsaid. FITTED TWIN, REG. 3.59 ..... ....... ........... MAY WHITE SALE 2.99 'f'if ,

I He had also run a I. 81"x108" REGULARLY 4.99, . ...... . MAY WHITE SALE 3.99 !f %* '

wide poll in Dade County FITTED FULL, REG. 4.59, ............ . ......... MAY WHITE SALE 3.99 .

Januaryshowing High PILLOW CASES, REG. 1.39 ...... _............ MAY WHITE SALE 1.19 -
about. 55 per .cent. of the .j
"These and other polls i
ed the stability of his I I I DB

Hamilton said. Infants !f ;t [.gJ
The .very stability of ;
and High's- vote was 'a i OVAL OR
1 and
why he felt Kelly : Floor "
were the only ones to 1 Shop-street HI-LO LOOP PILE SCATTER.

I Accident I .7 RUGSDEEP


i i : APPROXIMATELY 27" x 48"

Gainesville Police reported to :I MAY WH ITE SALE SPECIAL, 1.,99

and Alachua County !
Office in the last 24-hours I ..
Arthur Miles, 909 NE 23rd
I and Felmy T. Ford, lOlS"
Seventh Ter., at Main St. f '
; Univ. Ave. at 8:30 ., ggyMMI&au ttiag Specially PurchasedBY
day. I t S '
Napoleon Filer 1203 SE !i CANNON'S "COUNTRY OUR NEW YORK .
Ter., and a parked truck '
1618 SE 12th Ave. at 2:02: ..i. BUYING OFFICE!
George G. Gulteras, 1216 ; X # r
i Second Ave., and Donald i
Taylcr, 1518 NW Fourth W $24.99 INCL. il Twin, Full and
at NW 13th St. and Fifth Wet-Proof Mattress.Podadcnib. :
at 9:31: p.m. Friday. BATH SPECIAL 21.0.0HAND Size
King Spreads
Norville C. Asbell 2418 I With
10th Ter., and Verlyn M.
Palmetto at NW 13th SL SPECIAL 31.00W' TWIN & FULL Ori9-7g2999-
Seventh Ave. at 9:04: p.m. I'
day.Ruth A. Cappe, 2037 NE care so much eASier. .floor raises easily MAY SALE 9.99Y
Sty and Fannie Mae I Dressing Table Height. Floor lowers to
1105 NW 44th Ave., in a : position in a jiffy. jnI
lot at'700'.NW 13th St., at new drop-side Port-a-crib has all other

p.m. Friday. I Port-a-crib features-converts to play pen' KING SIZE Oilg. 19.99 -
Mary Ring, 535 NE thru doorways...sets up in auto. MATTRESS 29.99 ;
Ave., whose parked auto .
built of top-grade hardwood and uncondi.
struck by an unidentified j PADSANCHOR OR FITTED
the l guaranteed in writing.Non-toxic finish.
tion at 2:30:Friday.p.m. at same K.aRtes MAY SALE 12.99

Myra: Tucker ,Smith, 316 i trademark t-a.C1tib on the tuthhlO rail ANCHOR TWIN, REG. 2.79, SALE 2.29
First ar and% Sylvia ... Generous, full cut spreads of meticulous workmanship *
Atwood, 3372' NW 36th St. I -li. it's net there m,it'* nt a Port-a-crib Hu i ANCHOR FULL, REG. 3.99, SALE 3.19 s v -. and tailoring. Cotton sateens, antique satins.
the 400 block pfE.] Univ..
at 12:02: pm; Friday II OUR INFANT FURNITURE DEPT. FITTED TWIN, REG. 3.79, SALE 2.99 *_ printed taffetas solid or striped bengalines, print
Billy Lewis Winburh. ftl CAR BEDS '- & solid colored rayon challis. :
Second, Ave.. and PENS CAR SEATS ,
Friday in the-500 bock -cf I' CHAIRS MATTRESSES STYLS SIMIlAR "

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I 1::: Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 10 1964 _. ,

'", Soviet

AdmitsLag -
SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN '_ .. .:" ."' :' -' e. doivn produce fe':: ;
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rw HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE Juicy tra-Kfef -9fLemons I

Italy (AP) Ii IlP ,__ .
7 top Soviet space scientist has Sirloin ,. . . . ., foJ:. ,29.!'
: indicated the Soviet Union ma;y Delicious FloridaEggplant ,
not be able to beat United State

,. plans to begin missions by twc BONELESS your . .
man space ships late this yea ee.

or American early in 1965.plans for the 1 TUDLIA Top Round choice 89

launching of two-man Gemini MRKRT' IB. in our meat ilept. .
space capsules were outlined in S
the annual U.S. report to the In- 0 T-B 0 ne Swift's Premium SIkedBologna '
1-0 .
ternational Committee on Space I %
Research COSPAR now .. u . . . pkg.j 39
meeting in Florence. a- Swift's Premium Pure Bed
The American report, pre- (Ground j Beef 3 S. $1 47

pared 'by the Space Science it Franks .. .. .. . ...: .... I 59*
Board of the National Academy plus( 100 extra free S&H ,Green Stamps wi coupon);
of Science Washington, and a T orftow.' Whole I Hog Bog .,
similar Soviet report were presented -
to COSPAR Saturday.The k Sausage . .-.. ._,.._. ,lb. 59
Russian report did not)
say when the Soviet Union
might launch another major, in our grocery dept. _
..space vehicle but said past:
manned space flight had "set Whitehouse
.. :,some new problems before sci- '
entists requiring immediate solution :2 Apple Juice . . . &t. 25
for successful prepara- 2!
_tion and realization of more Ocean Spray CranberryCocktail

..:;prolonged The Soviet space report missions.indicating" . . . . &;. 49*

_Russia is studying the possibilities Mr.. Bail's Peach or StrawberryPreserves
,' of a space flight of up to lEer.
three weeks said a major ques- . . 3 jars $1
tion to be answered is whether: Green GiantGolden
it is "possible for an astronaut, a t Corn 4 .U.0.303 59-
after two or three weeks stay; : a CAN
under conditions of weightless-
Kleenex Jumbo White or Colored
to endure satisfactorily
ness ;
stresses acting on an organ- Towels A. .. 2 rolls 65"
ism during re-entry."
: s ? Kraft's
Anatoli Blagonravov the chief:

Soviet. delegate told a news be Safflour Oils . .. . .";:.". 49"Biscuits
conference Friday might
a year before the next major; } a Plastic Bags
.'Soviet space launching is ready. Glad .
; CHe;: said several projects including PRICES Bags ? . . 7P19V 29-
: a possible rendezvous between EFFECTIVE
two manned space ships, THRU NOON, _
:; ,'were being prepared. WED,, MAY 13, 1964

: -They Tiedr !i

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t aaK esss1sr 1'\'
: Under Water 6N "

a dolphin as an unvited mem- \
ber of the wedding party Du-
ane Estelle Meile and Ralph
.' Klotz Jr. were married 15 fest <
underwater Friday night at a
Philadelphia aquarium.The .

bride wore a silken gown
and the bridegroom a Navy
enlisted man wore his dress ..' r -
blues. Both wore shallow-water
helmets equipped with micro
phones for the double-ring ceremony 1
in one of the main tanksat !
Aquarama, Theatre of the I
Sea. ri t ..

"I've never been so wet in -< '
my life," said Klotz when he
surfaced after the ceremony.
Klotz, a deep-sea diving specialist -
in the Submarine Service,
said "I counted 11 heads down
/I -'--'
and 11 heads up.

A dolphin swam among the n Y
members of the wedding party 5 4 -;
as the bride and bridegroom,
trailing a stream of bubbles BORDEN' 1. Reg. 79c Save 40e f
walked the length of the tank. 1 Pride Of Georgia Heinz Tomato
On a platform above the water FreestonePeaches Giant Detergent Sale w
the Rev. James L. Lowe of the t
Third Baptist Church read the d-c r
ceremony. The bride's mother F Fobs Ketchup

Claire Petz watched through
1 windows in the side of the large s } sM y2

:*. tank.The bride's daughter from a reg. 5 C j$ w I; M 14-0.

previous marriage, Linda Meile can #Z1Y 39cpkg. bot. 19C -
: bridesmaid. One -
9, served as a can t H
of Klotz's friends, James W.
bride. ; limit 4 per customer r
the s
Tiebor, gave away '
.. with purchases of $3 or more limit 1 per customer with.
Mr. Lowe aa
When the Rev. purchases of $3 (limit 2 please)
HAll d; or more
to kiss the
told the bridegroom
bride the couple clanked their ,?4'..k
helmets together. They surfaced
quickly removed the helmets
and kissed in a more conven- Purpose The new sanitary napkin by Scott
tional Oil "T 39
"" Most of the wedding party . 2 P9 s. 89"frozen

.:.* :". :Between wore underwater 50 and 100 scuba guests gear.sat dairy specials foods GAINESVILLESHOPPING

outside the tank which is Breakfast Club Grade A Florida Green Giant t
: normally reserved for perform- POOh'x.' ,
: Sing dolphins and porpoises. Large Eggs . .. 2 duo 79 Cut Corn ........_ 1o-as.. 29fpkgs. CENTER
Betty Crocker Chicken & Herb Green GiantGreen a a K e
-:-: U.S. Actors Biscuits ..... .......... 17t"; 89 Peas . la-H.pltss. 29 :
Betty Crocker Crabmeat & Herb Sara Lee Parker House _u01 STORE HOURS: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon. thru Fri.
: Finger or
: Tour S. Africa 9 a.m.-7 Each
_. Biscuits ............... ; 89 Dinner Rolls ...... 7os pits. 49 p.m.

-: < making,company a of tour American of South Africa actors in is Ioo1oo8i 100OOEF I00 10 o EFWfEAO I 0 0 o5p '

-:::! '"hit the "Never current Too Broadway Late." comedy Green Stamps J1i Green JYl Green Jl Green
I with this coupon and purchase of: i this COUJlOll
::. : The visiting troupe includes Swift's Premium Proten Heavy Western stampsj I mod.d" .nd..rchas..1 psj I wi.61 is CH,.. stampsj
_: James Kirkwood Jr. and 3 Ibs. $1.47 40 ct. pkg. 24-ox. bot. 45c large size 75e ,
:: "Nancy Donohue, and is being directed 800000000000000 i 1 B- So: Expires Wed* May 13. 1964 oS rI: Expire Wed. May 13. 1K4 a Ewir*e Wed,

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: -- Good CLEAN Cobs I J" Green rfi. fals COUDOll.4 Stamps MrCL...... Stamps J" Green 181 Green Stamps
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... 10-oz. jar $1.69 ......-..::. large jar 79e 25-os. jar 4 r pkg t. 45cbpirw
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Sunday, May 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 9A

Ii f' Concert PianistI Q1ie :NIN G music cert The setting.in an ideal, outdoor con TELL IT TO 1I 1

Philadelphy Symphony
I i I ITi I
I fPOST rr Orchestra will appear in Florida A MECHANIC
1 Season Gymnasium, under the ,
I Opening auspices of the Lyceum Council NOT JUDGE I
- on Wednesday, May 20, at 8:15 II
p.m.The orchestra's music director -, I
[J' ,By REID POOLE cost $2. University of Florida Eugene Ormandy will 1 HAVE YOUR CAR CHECKED AT A
AeadLDepartment of IusicUmverslty students may obtain tickets on
conduct a I
program including "SAFETY CIRCLE" Inspection Station
i'' of Florida their I.D. cards. Tickets are
works by Beethoven, Rich a r d I
Pianist Gerson Yessin a faouUyr available at the Hub Informa- SAVINGS
Strauss, and
Stravinsky. Ticket I FEDERAL
I' ... rtist of the Jacksonville tion Booth on the University information is given above.I FIRST LOAN
University School of,Music will campus daily from 1 to 4:30 Single tickets for the Philadel-l 249 W. Univ. Are. FR 6-7551 1028 N. MAIN STREET
be presented by the University p.m. and at the door the nightof phia are also $2. I. SUNDAY STORE HOURS
I of Florida Lyceum Council in the concert. Persons may I OPEN 10 A.M. CLOSE 8 P.M.
University Auditorium Tuesday drive on campus to purchase
I evening May 12,-3t 8:15 p.m tickets after 3 p.m. with no GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Yessin will open his program parking problems.
with the four delightful "Imi Season Tickets ROBERT KING
i promptus of Opus 9" by Franz Lyceum Council season tick- .. i McCOLLUM, 1124 W. UNIVERSITY
t Schubert: Then will follow perhaps ets are available for five at- GRESHAM, 12 W. UNIVERSITY13th

the most challenging workof tractions including the Yessin let Parisien" and selections PHARMACY, 1522 N.W. 13th ST.
the evening the "Sonata No. concert and the Philadelphia
l from Richard Rodgers' "T h c McCOLLUM, 1324 EAST UNIVERSITYRIGHT
7, Opus 83, by that redoubtable Symphony Orchestra for $8.00. and I."
Russian, Serge Prokofieff. Pro- Since all seats are reserved RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
j kofieff's compositions have such the earlier you obtain your tick- Peter Zinober outstanding .
a wealth of colorful melodic; ets the better your seats will
invention and driving rhythmic be. .performer.. on the uphonium, oro COMPLETE
horn will demonstratethe SUNDAY DINNER
energy that they are becoming Twilight Concert
beauty and versatility oac
more firmly ensconced in the The Gator Summer Band,
.. instrument with his
affections of both performersand under the baton of Richard W. performance d -SERVED AT -
of the "Fantasia dConcerto"
the public every season. Bowles has scheduled a seriesof by Boccalari.Pat GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Following the intermission live twilight concerts on the
Yessin will offer the Chopin Plaza of the Americas The firstof Kennedy a music educa v Char-Broiled
"Fantasy in F minor pus 49," these will be presented this tion major from Jacksonville,,
and a composition by his fel- Wednesday May 13, beginningat who not only plays the saxo SIRLOIN STEAKChoice
low faculty member composer- 6:45 p.m. phone but also has a penchant ,
in-residence at Jacksonville The program emphasizes the for percussion performance willbe of Juice Tossed Salad
William Hoskins to be featured in a rhythmic selection
University, : summer enjoyability
Misterioso and Nocturne from found in concert-in-the-park mu- entitled" "Drum beat f J FOR GOVERNORIT'S French Fried Potatoes

"Variations on a Rand o m sic. On the light and lilting sideis Jamboree. Rolls & Butter
Theme" written in 1952. the little-known Sousa march Bowles has also programmed 9 9
The program will close with dedicated to baseball and en- Henry Hadley's "Concert Over Coffee Tea or CokeS
the Tarantella from "Venezia e titled "The National Game;" ture" and the "Beguine Azul" HIGH TIME! Fruit Jello
Napoli" by the greatest tyro in Rimsky Korsakov's ebullient by Frank McGill at present a
the history of the piano Franz "Dance Of The Tumblers"; teacher on the faculty of West i g ar:! COUPON SSSSSSfl
Liszt. some bumptious can-can music wood Junior High School who
-All seats are reserved and from Jacques Offenbach's "Bal- has made a local reputation asa !: 16"xl8" FIRST-QUALITY
performer arranger and com JOIN THE MOVE TO BOB HIGH
i! poser of music in the popularvein. CHAMOIS SKINX1.59

It I UF Calendar Bring. the kids the lawn YOUR VOTE WILL! COUNT FOR Value!

chairs and blankets or just sit $117
Art Museums, Florida Union COUPON
( (May 10-17 1964))
the and the
Tuesday Lyceum Council Bryan Lounge. on grass enjoy DISCOUNT PRICE .. ....
{. pianist University Auditorium, -Visual Craft of William Golden BETTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS

8:15 p.m. TheAmerican Institute of "'"- 'm COUPON
I WednesdayTwilight Concert Graphic Arts Florida Union
w : Summer Gator Band,j North Wing Gallery. .I.I PRESTONE SILICONE

Richard Plaza of W.the Bowles Americas conductor 6:45 I HONESTY !IN GOVERNMENT CAR POLISH

EstimatesDavis' $1.29 Value!

Lecture:-"Russia's Forums Committee Increasing Of i THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATEGET COUPON; 77c

Problems" Dr. Frederick DISCOUNT PRICE. ....

Hartman Florida Union Auditorium Worth High ..
8:15 p.m.
f -Greek International Supper" MIAMI (APIndustrialist) zxzxzx* COUPON XXXXXXXl

'1' Florida Union Social Room, 6 Arthur Vining Davis' estate has L'It'4Iyl ,ON THE HIGH ROAD Revolving Head-Aluminum Handle
( been.appraised at $86,629,282.83
p.m.Friday Baseball: Florida less than a fourth of the fortune Car Wash Brush
Rollins Field 2' ___ ___ I
t versus Perry popularly attributed to him. -- --- -- --- = u.
(. p.m. Executors filed in Dade Coun- 1.99 Value!

l Conferences. ty judge's court Thursday their COUPON $166

,., and Short Courses' judgment value" of of Davis'the "fair estate market along The Romance of Spanish Esperanto DISCOUNT PRICE .. ....

May 13-14 Dairy Production with: .a thick volume containing

( Conference, MgCarty Audi 381 items of assets.- ... .-, I ova COUPON zxxxxxx
o torium. Davis of Miami became one .. TURTLE WAX 3-MINUTE
f May 13-15 Florida Council of America wealthier men 4 ;

I for the Blind Auditorium.Medical. Science! while he built the Aluminum Co. by DREXEL CAR WASH LIQUID
,of America into an industrial giant -
'I May 16-17 -Seventh- Annual' He died Nov. 19, 1962. 59< Value!
Florida Conference "for Vet
II Davis' will left the bulk of the C
Medical Science Build- I COUPON 39 I
estate to two trusts to be used!
ing Auditorium. for charity education science! DISCOUNT PRICE. ....

Exhibits and religious work. He also gave} .
1-17 Glenn Alps-Collo-
May -
a million dollars and his I
,; '
graphs Western Association of .c'Q aaig COUPONPRESTONE ssyggjg
estate :
sumptuous "Journey'sEnd" .
to his longtime secretary' r: 'r 1f COOLING SYSTEM
Claims Cuba Evelyn Mitchell.His II

I! Reactor Pends Florida land holdings totaled : SEALER & STOP LEAK
nearly 100,000 acres under|
I the control of Arvida-Arthur:, .T rw.r ,'j x 1.00 Value! t2o .
; 1IIAMI AP-The) Castro re- Vining Davis-Corp. and he was!;
t glme science chief was quoted I the majority stockholder in First COUPON 59c
i, Saturday as saying Cuba will National Bank of Miami. Ii -- i'' DISCOUNT PRICE.. ....
have its atomic reactor
Before his death Davis' worth

I: .wIthIn Hayana five,,Radio years.said in a Mi- lion.was generally There given as indication$400 mil'; ::1 t z -- rar aranrg COUPON r r r
was no tr?' f y
I ami-moitored broadcast that
whether the estimate in Iv' AIR-COOLED, SPRING-CUSHION
: was error -
the prediction was made by Antonio
I Nunez Jimenez president or whether his holdings had: CAR SEAT
of the National Academy of Science -diminished in value in later \hi.

I to a meeting of the Communist years. I' 1R 1.99 Value!
Youth Union.
"We must revolutionize nature Mii COUPON

I .to meet within 10 years he 1 I I DISCOUNT PRICE. ....
I needs of Cuba," Nunez Jimenez
teq j
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Manila Death
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: MANILA (AP) -The death f

toll in Manila's worst fire dis- COMW-Ett tUMBING $ .OO Value! 12 a%:.
aster mounted to 30 Saturday as SERVICE 5rk
i investigators sifted debris in a COUPON
'I. six-story building set ablaze by, (iI1kIJitii1cI }1 DISCOUNT PRICE. .....

two explosions. \ .. .
The building where the explosions t m b
occurred Friday was used ,
1 a. : #
as Japanese army headquarters 50-FT. PLASTICGARDEN
during the World War II occupa 901 WALDO RD.

tion. Cause 'of the blasts was Phone 372-4657 7 ., A Fabulous HOSE
determined. .
$1.49 Value!

Collection.f COUPON 99c

Somebody forgot... every litter i bit i hurts ,;i. DISCOUNT PRICE.. ....

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by ,Charcoal Briquets.

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Susan Spot!***says .
Interiors and
Carpets DISCOUNT PRICE.. .....
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: Lay PlaygroundSummer for information. and beginningdates. -.., <.b-r.'f'Y. .;:' 3 "r "
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.' Plans for the summer playground Metcalfe, Sidney Lanier, Stephen WH1TEHURSUDEMOCRATIC
program neared completion Foster, Duval, Williams, A. + ,t r '
last week as the Gaines- Quinn Jones and Kirby-Smith For
ville Recreation Departmentand elementary schools, as well as NATIONAL
Alachua County School the Community Center area. I COMMITTEEMAN < .,r' .,
Board prepared for the three- Registration is set for June, ,' ,
month, city-wide activity. 15 at the individual playgrounds Th f;
': Ray Massey, recreation di and the program will: CaadidottWitU '
rector, announced Saturday that end Aug. 7. I A n par
I 10 playgrounds will be use d Arts and crafts as well as I Florida i aE '
during the supervised summer other activities will be featured! Background Of
i program, and scheduled activities on a regular basis during the' JudidGIExperieace r
i t are slated to begin June 15. week for all age groups, both I ,
Playgrounds to be utilized include boys and girls. All playgrounds II' Aid ,er.yep
those at the Littlewood, will participate together on Friday Service Party

El Morocco Those mornings.interested in swimmingand I
Pd. Adv. '
tennis instruction should FLORIDA OR GEORGIA GRADE 'A1
Club Is SoldNEW .

YORK (AP) El Morocco
the plush supper club;
amid where Cafe its Society zebra-striped holds sway upholstery I'' SITy Save lOc Y ne- aste

has been sold to a
Owner Edwin C. Perona an- 1-
nounced Friday that a contractwas -
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signed and a deposit paidon
the East 54th Street club by ..
John Mills.
Perona said the club will re
main under his management.I MIIIPBLACK ,
nounced.Terms of the sale were not an C.

Cash Apology Gyp 1021 W.llniversifyAve. pQ'FS QUART
Charlton Heston has broken all ILLE, F
the Hollywood rules by (WHOLE)
his salary, estimated at returning// SAVE 14* SUN AID PURE
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filming of
Dundee." j and WHITE,

concept should Columbia be of shot because how caused several he the said scenes movie his I' 2 PRINTS FOR THE PRICE OF 1 APPLE JELLY GROUND BEEF 3 LBS 99c

to go 11 days and $300,000 over I. (Except 35 m/m) BIG
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'and two youngsters, Thomas P. '- I

Long Wait Over as Ground David Clinard,D.Jr.Cellon, Lake, Gainesville.Placid, and Thank Cedar to you Key another the for voters term electingme on of .' -.-p.OpenSunday. .i .+ ..i',:.. c:1 ,- .. ..," ,.' ,' .-,.,.. 1:1 :..... *:...-. '_ _,-. -' 1

I Rev.. Thaxton Springfield of the City Council. "
\ the Wesley Foundation-Univerl
Nolan Conner
Broken New UF CenterGround sity Methodist Church, delivered I (Pd. Adv.)
on l the invocation and benediction.

\ ,- oohI'IIci 'Til 7 P.M.CHARGE. I

was broken yesterday center of the campus and in- Others sharing in the ground i i
afternoon for the University of corporate an organization and breaking ceremonies included THANK YOU II
Florida's $5 million student activity -program consistent with the ed-
University President J. Wayne
center which has been in ucational goals of the Univer-
Reitz; Vice President Harry I want to thank all the citizens that worked so I
planning stages since 1948.
sity.Dr. M. Philpott; Union Director hard on my behalf. I certainly enjoyed my cam
A list of dignitaries headed Delton L. Scudder, headof William E. Rion; Alumni As- paign and the many new and old friends that I
by U. S. Congressman CharlesE. the University's Departmentof sociation President William R. hare made. I will be happy to assist the School

Bennett of Jacksonville par- Religion, who has long been Conway of Daytona Beach; Board in anyway I can. .
ticipated in ceremonies signal- active in planning the new Dean of Student Affairs LesterL. .
ing the beginning of the long- building, made the principal : Hale; Dean Emeritus R. C.I I Sincerely,

awaited project. Bennett, a Un- address.He Beaty; University s t udents Ii Jack Zimmerman
iversity alumni, also broke Fred Lane of Miami Beach and i I II Ii
ground back in 1934 when con- defined the ideals and Sandra Scales of Winter Haven; I (Pd. Pol. Adv J I
struction started on the present objectives of activities plannedin '
Florida Union building. the new building and pledged
dedication to these goals on I

Completion of the multistory the part of those administeringthe Support The [ -i iII
Florida Union in 1966 will place Union program. t
under one roof facilities designed -
to make it the "The new Union will be a
community ,
point of splendor at the heartof "ALL-COUNTY CANDIDATE"Claude i

I a lovely campus, but the ra
Labor Chances j issue of supreme importance is
1 whether it will become invested

Better ;with humanity, with comradeship A Claude Brandon has a proven record of representing
with honor, dignity and
service," Dr. Scudder said.U. all segments of Alachua County on 1
LONDON AP-After substantial
( a -
S. Representative CharlesE. .
victory in City Council ] Bennett of the :;econd con- on an equal basis. IT !

elections, Laborite chances of j gressional district, headed the i Q UALItY ,I'i'I rI
winning control of the British ]ist of dignitaries participatingin j CLAUDEBRANDON I '
government in the October general j the event. Congressman Bennett i DISCOUNT '
elections appear better ][ as president of the student -
than ever. body, broke ground for the it iI !I III TAKE MONTHS TO PAY!
present Florida Union in 1934. I'' ilU ilUl l
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Ii i Texas SMU Football Teams Placed on Probation;

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it t LUBBOCK, Tex. (APTexas -were two of four schools penali- The NCAA may step in and impose They reportedly were Jim zation as* we have and as com- increased beyond the present ever Inflicted at one meeting of cerning the officiating at athletic

the nation's collegiate football zed for recruiting violations as stiffer penalties. Helms of San Benito and Randy plicated as it gets, you can be eight members.The the comerence in history but refused contests.

I king, and Southern Method1st the conference ended one of its Southern Methodist penal- Behringer of Waco, whom Southern certain it may get out of step a University of Houston had to say how many chargeshad The gag rule has been the

j I were placed on probation stormiest meetings in history. A was Methodist attempted to re- little," he said. "We knew of the applied for membership and been filed. subject of much controversysince

I Saturday by the Southwest Conference record number of complaintshad ized for violating the rule prohibiting cruit but who went to Texas and incidents and we have already this action obviously was aimedat its inception in 1948 and

for violations of recruitIng been filed by the schools excessive financial in- Baylor, respectively. They will made corrections." the school, second largest in There were more than 30, according -the athletic directors asked the

C II,'< rules. against each other. ducements to athletes, financialaid be sophomores next falL IndefiniteThe the state. Rice University already to close observers, and conference committee to repeal
in school that is a record. All concernedthe it.
to already is a conference memberin
In the case of Texas, there Baylor and Texas Tech were The charge against Southern conference made the probation
1963-64 recruiting seasons.
and the offer of financial aid to Houston.
I was little pain since the school reprimanded for exceeding the Methodist reportedly involved against Texas indefinite.The The I These are the third and fourth All eight athletic directors

: won't have to forego postseason limit of two visits to prospective prospective athletes beyondI the offer of an automobile by an school must show at the increase faculty in committee said an. probations ever handed out by sent the request by Abe Martinof

; play, but for Southern Meth- athletes, but there was no cur- I what is permitted. alumnus to an athlete. May, 1965, meeting evidence of make further membership expansion almost would the conference. Texas A&M was Texas Christian and Jess

odist, it was a deep and bitter tailment of either's athletic Kept Secret Coach Athletic Director Dar- a satisfactory revision in its procedures inevitable, since there were other -given a two year probation in Neely of Rice. The committee

blow. acivities. The athletes were not identi- rell Royal of Texas said the and practices. This ob- schools that would want in, 1955 for recruiting violations! and took no action.

i' Southern Methodist was put Two other cases were left fied by Howard Grubbs, secre- charges against his school, viously means that the proba- and that this would disrupt the SMU wax given a probation in No action was taken on the

on probation for two years and: hanging because they were not tary of the conference who an- which consisted of an alumnusnot tion won't last more than a round robin schedule in athleticsand 1958 for statements of its athletic matter that apparently trig

can not participate in bowl completed in time for submis- nounced the actions of the facul- accompanying a prospective year. also would hamper future officials'in criticizing the offic- gered all the trouble-SMU's

} games. It can, however, compete -I sion at this meeting and will be ty committee, governing bodyof athlete to the campus and excessive The conference closed the development of the conference.Most iating at a basketball game. charge that opponents were say-

1 for the Southwest Conference handled in December.This the conference, that met for entertainment, were in- door to expansion by unani- Severe This violated the so-called gag ing derogatory things about the

1 championship.Texas also may not be the end 15%' hours over a three-day pe- advertent. mously passing a resolution that Grubbs admitted that these rule of the conference that prohibits school in an effort to hurt its

and Southern Methodist! of the conference's troubles. riod. "Any time as large an organi-the membership would not be were the most severe penalties I I public statements con- recruiting. .

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:l s x ; Ysty Gables Takes Class AA Title

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i; Coral Gables mile relay team L streaked to first place in the LosesPeter !

i I final event yesterday, wrapping up the Class AA State High

School track championship for the Cavaliers.

I f Gables picked up 23 points Snell of Melbourne ,
Anthony Cinicola fired the :
1 1i ; to outdistance the huge field at lost and a typewriter crashed -
discus 167to top the 159-2& into a car yesterday at
i University of Florida track.
I :set in 1961. # the University of Florida
I Clearwater and St. Petersburg
Ronni of Lake I
Mangle City track.
i had 19 points apiece to tie
topped the 440 record and finished Sometimes weird things
for second, followed by Tampa z
fourth in the 220. He sped happen at state
a high
c Plant with 18, Winter Park at
% j the 440 in :49.4 to break the school track meet. ,
Y "L 16 and Gainesville High with
Y' 4 4I i 15. mark of :50.1 he set last year. Peter Snell, a high schooler :

The Seabreeze team of Bill from Melbourne, Fla.,

I Leesburg raced'to 38% points Walser, Bill Archer, Sylvan failed to place in the 440

to take the championship in the Wells and Richard Collins broke yard dash. Peter Snell of

Class A meet, which was run j ji the sprint medley relay with a Melbourne, Australia, is the

i in conjunction with the AA. time of 2:01.4. The mark stoodat = r current world record holder -

Other Teams 2:01.6: in the mile run.

i Following in A were Daytona Richard Calloway Eau Gallie' ... InvolvedNeil
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: editorof
i Seabreeze, 30; Haines City, 27; leaped 6-6V& to break the high prep
\. Riviera Beach 25; East Bay, :ump standard of 6-4% set in
'" Gainesville High Ace Also Took First in HighsSun the man involved in the
i F O"-Mjilft.R'R EST HILL STAR HEAVES 24; and Eustis, 18. 1 962. ( Photo by Eddie Davis) typewriter-car accident.A .

Wayne Owens Wins Shot Put Marcus Jones was one of two The pole vault played the m d
u r accidentally
---- ,'- double winners in a day of record 1 big part in Friday's Class B knocked
his off
smashing as he led the GHS ]meet, with Florida High and Beach typewriter
the table at the top
squad. v ]Fort Meade deadlocking at 47 Pompano press
of the bleachers. It took two
Jones sped to a first in the ]points. bounces
below and
on a car
high hurdles at :14.2, and the Robert Williams of Fort crumpled the
]Meade recorded of 11-9 on asphalt
1 lows in :19.9. a leap
The records are 13.7 in the I to win the event approximatelyan parking
He picked the
Swim Champion up ,
hour after the other events
also national record .
highs, a located the owner of the
and :19.4 in the lows, both set were concluded. car and unhappily went
Williams' first ...
\ by John Turek of North Miamiin place jumped back to work.
Fort Meade into a tie with Florida -
a 1960. I records here last Ordered Poles
r High, which failed to place. John Nelson set two new state
Merrill Moore snapped the in the Class r Gator track mentor
Santa Fe Third night and. led Pompano Beach to victory

It record in the mile run with Santa Fe finished third with AA State swimming meet.He 4 Percy Beard ordered sev-

4:21.2 to gain Gainesville's oth- 22 points, paced by the high stroked the 200-yard free- The Fort Lauderdale girls 200- eral poles for pole vaulting

er five points. The old mark was jumping of Warren Buck who style in 1:49.1, taking exactlyone yard medley relay team set a from California. When he

1 x .r 4:25.0 recorded last year. with time of got them they were each in
V posted a new record of 6%. national record a
second off the old record, two .
Lowered Mark The old record of 5-11 was set 2:04.8.: The record of 2:05.3 was pieces.It

\ Fritz Turner, negro sprint by Bucky Ayer of Florida High set last year by Ken Walsh of set in 1962 by Fort Lauderdale seems that the only way

flash from Miami Central, low- last year. Jacksonville Fletcher.He Pinecrest. they could get the poles in

ered his mark in the 100- a plane for transportingwas
> a own Covey Johnston had a second back with a great
came GIRLS to cut them in two.
yard dash with a time of :9.6. place in, the pole vault to leadP. clocking of 3:54.3: in the 400- 200 Medley Relay 1, Fort Lauderdale Needless to Coach
Turner set, the standard at :9.7 K. Yonge, which wound up (Ashcraft, Bittper. Newbill and Fulni, n say
Forrest Hills. 3 H
yard free-style, almost eight 2, West Palm Beach Beard shipped them back.
last year. in 10th place with seven points. St. Petersburg. 2:04.8 (national record;
Bubba Tongay's
seconds better than old record 2.053 Fort Lauderdale Pine- -NIS NISSEN
; Turner also finished second to Charles Mosley of Fort 1963 record of 4:02.5.: crest, 1962\
Estes Miami
1 Penny
.: Peter Ginter of Panama City Meade set a new record in the Jackson.200 Freestyle 2. Linda- Sheeler, Miami South-

Rutherford in the 440-yard dash. broad jump with a leap of 21-7 Both Sides west.Northeast.3, Chris 2:02.2 Gagy St. Petersburg ,. 4t

: i C and also anchored the winning 1, Victoria Hesson,
-. Ginter raced the quartermilein Pompano Beach took both Coral 50 Freestyle Gables. 2-, Linda Johnson Pom- Auburn Tops
:49.0. sprint medley relay team. sides of the competition. The pano Beach. 3. Susan Kent Coral Gables. .e
:26.3 (ties record)
The other double winner was Discus Mark with 46 The AnnJohnson
boys won points. 200 Individual Medley 1 Mary :
.. wy Richards Jacksonville Mike Brown hurled the discus Coral Pompano Beach. 2, Sheryl Tech :
r eJ Carl of girls won with 53 points. Brouwer Hialeah. 3, Audrey Tyler Winter 10-2
Bolles in Class A. 156-6 to break the record of Gables, with 48, and Fort Laud- Park. 2:30.6 Wertz, ,
1 Meter Diving 1. Penny
145-10 he set last year. second'and Coral Gables. 2, Candy Gordon. Miami
Richards tied the 100 yard erdale, with 27, were
dash record with a :9.9 clocking, Lake Weir's mile relay spedto third in the girls' team stand- Southwest.Boone. 294.75 3,pointsBOYS Linda Mellor. Orlando P For CrownAUBURN

LZ and captured the 220-yard dash a 3:33 to top the old markof ings. Miami Jackson, with 41, 200 Medley Relay 1. Miami Jackson 'ye
3:33.5 set In 1961 by Florida (Quesada, Tongay Andrews and Feman- s
with :22.3. and Fort Lauderdale Stranahan, Ala. AP
der). 2, Lake Worth. 3, Pompano Beach. ( ) The

The pole vault mark was (Continued on Page 03) with 32, were second and thirdin 1:43.6 Jackson(record, 1962), old record 1:45.7 Miami Auburn Tigers combined strong

i raised in Class AA, but not as the boys. 200 Freestyle 1, John Nelson, Pompano
' ,.. .' ....... ',, ,, Beach. 2, Don Mitchell, Fort Lauder- pitching and solid hitting to takea
MO_ '''0' ''h c<< ''''A.I ''-''';" << *
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as expected. SN '" NW"-7---___ -- << :<'dale Stranahan. 3 BUI Burrell Coral
I MERRiLL MOORE(L) WINS MILEw Owens of Miami Gables. 1 491 (record, old record, 1:50.1, 10-2 baseball victory over
Stephen Ken Walsh, Jacksonville Fletcher 1963)
Fritz Turner (R) Takes 100-Yard Dash _Palmetto leaped 13-7% to sur- a '?" y yw Y South 50 Freestyle Broward. -2, Gary 1, Brad Langley Undeblad, Fort, Georgia Tech and clinch the

pass the old mark of 13-4V4. But Lauderdale Stranahan.. 3, Leon Ranch Southeastern Conference East
North Miami. :%%3
the meet favorite, John Mortonof 200 Individual Medley 1, Dave White, ern Division title Saturday.The .
b e Ile Fort Lauderdale Stranahan. 2, Randy
Anderson Hurls Miami Edison who had post- Reese, Daytona Beach Mainland. 3, Mike
J ks yye Tigers, defending SEC
ed 4sn. Sheeler Miami Southwest. 2:06 2 (record;
14-6 a
the could #
during season '
old record 2:07.3, John White, Orlando
finish only second. Edgewater 1963) champions, pushed across two
One Meter Diving 1, Holt Manes,
Another AA record fallingwas Jacksonville Lee. 2, Mark Montgomery Y"y Y"y runs in the first inning, added

Gators to Win the 880-yard relay by Tam- .r Gainesville.335.75 points X Lester Moepener, Hialeah. g four in the third, and were

pa Plant in 1:28.5. The team I .. ,. GIRLS & ? jIma t never afterwards threatened by
100 Butterfly 1. Penny Estes Miami ,
consisted of Jim Wadkins, Den- Jackson. 2, Pat Fleming. Pompano the Yellow Jackets.
ATHENS, Ga. Charlie An- walked the first man to face nie Robie, Glenn Schaibly and Beach. 3, Randy laity, Coral Gables.
1:00.9 (record; old record, 1:04.6. Bunny The Tigers go into a best two-
derson pitched a brilliant three- him and subsequently yieldedan Rick Levinson. The old mark Ernst, Fort Lauderdale. 19601
100 Freestyle 1. Chris Gagyl St. of-three series here Wednesday
hit shutout in a 1-0 Florida base infield single to Tom Reid. was 1:28.7. Petersburg Northeast. 2, Linda Johnson j against the Western Division
1 ball win Saturday over Georgia Allan Brown of Coral Gablesset Pompano Gables. :59.2 Beach. 3, Susan Kent Coral .
But Anderson then got Hank champions, Mississippi.The
avail for the 100 Backstroke 1, Pat Fleming, Pony
t. but it was to no a new 880-yard run recordin i
Stelljes to ground out to end the pano Beach. 2. Holly Kehm St. Peters-
1: Gators. one of the top performancesof burgh High. 3. Sandy Zissen Coral second game will be
Pickett the
I inning. was only Gables. 1:07.3.tOO
f Auburn crushed Georgia Tech the r Freestyle 1. Linda Sheeler Miami played at Oxford, Miss., Friday.A .
Georgia runner to reach third. day.Fast Southwest. 2. Ann Barlow, Delray r third if
> will
10-2 to win the Eastern Division Time Beach Seacrest. 3, Holly Hardy Pom- game necessary, ,
The Gators scored the game'sonly
with final record of 13-5 The Cavalier speedster edgedH. pano Beach. 4:35.2 be played at Ole Miss Saturday.
.crown a run in the second inningas 100 Breaststroke 1. Kay Walker
I 12-5 for the Gators. Florida Drake of Englewood with an r F Clearwater. 2. Mary Ann Johnson. Pompano Tiger lefthander Monty
right fielder Bill Blomgren Beach. 3. Melissa Layman, Daytona o
rained out of a home con- excellent time of 1568. The Beach Mainland 1-14.1 (record; D"BIIC
was doubled down the right field old record 1.14.6, Jackie Danielson, walked only two in posting his
test early in the season with record stood at 1:58.0. Miami Jackson, 1959)
line took third wild
on a pitch second victory. He .
200 Freestyle 1 Coral Gables (Essen gave up
f :Tech and the missing game by Georgia's Bob Cain, and Another Englewood star, 1 :Swanson, Frailer and Hesson). 2, Fort seven hits.
made the difference as the sophomore Brian Overcash, was Lauderdale. 3, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan. -
scored on catcher Dave Porter's 1.49J
Gators split four rated the favorite but got "box BOYS Tech
Tigers and spoiled Sharpe's bid for'
sacrifice to .
fly right. ,
100 Butterfly 1 Tom Wheeler Lake
games with each other. Florida threats in the third ed in" on the curve and failedto Worth. 2, Don Mitchell, Fort Lauderdale a shutout in the ninth.
Stranahan. 3 Andy McPherson Jacksonville
On Friday, Florida downed fourth sixth eighth, and ninth place. k Lee. :5X4 (record old record, -54.4, The Jackets rapped three hits*
Auburn The mile ; John White Orlando Edgewater 1962) and
Georgia 10-4 and beat run record also was capitalized on two errors.
i were squashed by the diminu- 100 Freestyle I. Brad Lindeb>ad.
Tech, 5.2.Anderson. bettered in Class A, with Mike South Broward. 2. Gary Langley Fort Ga. Tech 000 000 002-2 7 1

In carding his :tive Bulldog right-hander, who I Williams of Dunedin racing to _,' Sys- Lauderdale Gables.Stranahaa.:4S5 (record 3, ;Bill old Burrell.Coral record, Auburn 204 121 ,OOx-10 20 2

fourth victory in five decisions, I surrendered only seven 'hits. a 4:22.2. The old mark was 1 soma BROAVARD'S BRAD LINDEBLAD :49A Lindeblad, 1962) MARK MONTGOMERY I Robinson, Eater ((3)) and En-

ran into trouble only once. He (Continued on Page 05)) :4:23.2. Wins 50, 100 Yard Freestyles (Continued on Page 05) Takes Second trekin; Sharpe and Doles. .

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-02 Gainesville Sun Sunday May 10. 1964

II Newest Bomber Williams a Hit (3 Times) in Debut' < j

j 1

The Clearwater Bombers, world champions of Softball, opened ers after playing with state champion Budweiser locally last "Charlie got a hit in an exhibition game against Orlando ,
their season Friday night in spacious Jack Russell Sta- yearthe jump is the equivalent of going from the minorsto Bubba informed. Our outfielders rotate and fourtbgame '
dium at Clearwater in their usual manner. They defeated Mi- the big leagues in baseball-Bubba had a surprising an- one of them sits out" every i
ami Aerodex in a double-header, 9-0 and 87.That's swer.
The exhibition Orlando
game against was almost a master-
parts. probably no surprise to softball followers in these "The" pitching here always is good. Everything else is the J I' BatI} r f tIt piece. Haney and Eddie King UF graduate (the Bombers 10 tare

same. < < truly Gator-flavored), split the hurling. Only one Orlando
What may come as a surprise is the debut made by former > '" V:1:: : >X '+f: ,",' batter reached base
on a walk. When he
> stepped on
Gainesville High School Have More TricksAsked 'SjIJJS _{ t ,<<
of Florida
k University and Gainesville They first, Bubba said, "How was that last pitch?" The Orlandoaa
Bubba baseball player and ex-Budweiser softball star said "Right down the pipe!" It would have been the third

Williams. to elaborate, Bubba carried on. strike. "So you see, it should have been a perfect game,"
Bubba is the Bombers' "They play the same except for the pitching. Everybody Bubba noted.
new throws the ball fast And these do tricks most certainly will. The Bombers will play in Canton,
first pitchers can more Along with Haney and King, the Bombers also have for-
baseman this season. He with the ball. North Carolina; Philadelphia, Stratford, Conn., and Levit-
mer Miami High and Furman star Tom Conrad
cage 6-8, as
collected two hits in three "Take Weldon Haney (the Bombers' ace). He starts his town, Long Island a hurler.

times at bat in the opener. rise ball from the ground. His drop sinks from between the The trip will be sort of a first for Bubba. His lone sojourn Reason for the Bombers' narrow squeak against Aerodex in
Both hits were singles. In the belt and shoulders down to the knees." from home date the second the 8-7 win
away to came one summer as a Gator base- game, according to Bubba, was ex-
k second game he smashed one The Bombers have had a good "spring" making ready for ball player. He went to North Dakota and Nebraska to play perimentation with new players by Bomber skipper Doug

it off the right. field fence, slid- another season as kings of softball. Bubba said drill startedsix in the Basin League, a vacation loop featuring top colleg. Mason. And King was pounded, something unusual, in the
I weeks ago. "We worked out every Monday, Wednesdayand ians. three innings he worked.Dressed .
into third, noted a poor throw. Friday nights for a couple hours at a time."

behind him and took off for In 1964, the Bombers, for the first time, will compete in a Not Among StrangersBubba Up With Glasses
the plate, scoring handily. He league. It's appropriately called the Major League and is com-

was credited with a triple. For posed of most of the finest teams in the nation on the is not among strangers with the current Bomber Always noted ,for his tremendous speed, strong arm and

the night he batted .5M with Eastern- eaboard. squad. Charlie Pike, former Gator cage star, is one of four fine wrists that made him a superior softball player, Bubba

three for six, fielded flawlessly outfielders the Bombers carry. And Tom Moore, former has added something new this season. Glasses."I .
and apparently is "right at 18 Games in 10 DaysBubba Bomber infielder and twice an All-America baseball star never could see well with my left eye," he said. "So I

home" with the big boys of with the Gators, may join the team in late June after finishing decided with all this tough pitching, I'd better get glasses.
softball an insurance salesman in Clearwater when not They have helped."
some of his studies at the UF law schooL Moore, incidentally -
playing with the Bombers, said, "We're making a 10-day Although Jack Russell Stadium is the spring base of the
_I brilliant Asked start to a c with c o u the n t for Bomb-his BUBBA WILLIAMSRichey test.swing" during which we play 18 games. That will be a real also made All-World honors in softball with the Philadelphia Phillies and one of the prettiest Florida base- I

Bombers. ball parks, Bubba is not too happy with his new "home"

grounds."I'd .
rather play on a regular softball field. They put upa

Charges Metcalfe Kentucky to Host SEC temporary fence here and they skin off most of the grass.
I'm not having any trouble with it but I'd like a regular soft-
ball field better." i I
Back in Form
Area softball fans will get an opportunity to see the famed )

Bad Call Costs Track Event First Time Bombers in action on Saturday night, May 30. They'll be at

Wins 3 RacesLONDON City Park to duel the local Budweiser team. Don't expecttoo
much from the home heroes, defending state cham-

LEXINGTON, Ky More member schools desiring to hostit. as official. Seven new standards pions.
Him Tennis WinROME (AP-Adrian Met- i than 300 entries from all 12 Since the initial track meet were established in lastyear's The Bud team played Clearwater Standard Oil recently.
calfe, one of Britain's brightest lost of 2-1 and
L They a pair games, 53. Standard is peopled
member schools of the South- back in 1933, the year the SEC competition at Birming-
for the
hopes Tokyo Olympicscame with ex-Bombers now considered "too old" for the big club.
eastern Conference due to has been ham.
are was organized, it
(AP) Schoolboy Cliff leying touch and ran out five off the injury list Satur- be on hand as the University of held away from Birminghamonly The Bombers' appearance here should whet the interest of
day and won three races in two local fans to the point they might want to the
best in
Richey of Dallas won the first
in host next
games a row to salvage the Kentucky plays Fridayand four times. Louisiana State
two sets and led 4-1 in the set. hours in the OxfordCambridgemeet Saturday to the 32nd annu- hosted the event in Baton Rougein Billy Armour the world July 17-18 when Clearwater is host to the annual

third before dropping a controversial al SEC track meet to be stag- 1959 and 1962, Florida in 1960 all-star series. Last year no less than six of the Bomberswere
five-set match to Mex- The Mexican Davis Cup ace Running for Oxford University all-stars.
ed in Lexington for the first and Auburn in 1961.
ico's top-seeded Rafael Osuna also won the fourth set and went Metcalfe won the 100 yardsin time. Triumphs In Those who have followed Bubba Williams' athletic career .
Saturday in the Rome interna- into a 4-3 lead in the fifth. In the 10.0, the 220 in 21.3 and the Staging of the meet on Ken over the years will not be at all surprised if the Bombers -
tional tennis tournament bitterly fought eighth 440 yards in 47.3. He had been During the two days of heated tucky's oval will be somethingof wind up with a seventh all-star.
Richey got to advantage and game hita out with an injured leg muscle I competition, which promisesto an experiment since the trackis JGA EventBilly That would be Bubba Williams. t'

"They rooked me out of the blazing shot down the sideline most of the winter. make this year's meet one constructed of a rubber-as-

mach," the fiery, 17yearoldAmerican ( which he thought gave him the Cambridge won the meet 80-() of the closest battles in his- phalt mixture unique to the Armour won the 18-hole

junior,champion said. game and knotted the set at 44. 73.Metcalfe tory, 210 varsity performersand South.: The all-weather surface, boys club championship ((15-17 Mr. Brick Wins
after bowing in the fourth round The umpire, however, called has won the 440 four 107 freshmen are scheduledto completed in 1960 as one of age bracket) in the Junior Golf
3-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 63. He protested "out.' The crowd howled objec- straight years and nine races vie for honors in 17 differ the first of its type in the na- Association tourney at the new
an call in the over-all in four Oxford-Cam ent track and field events at' tion, gives runners the advan-
umpire's eighth tions. The Golf and Country Club.
angered .Richey Kentucky's Sports Center Track. tage of a solid, level and resilient
of the final bridge meets.Americans .
game stormed to He .two-round total of
the umpire's chair in posted a In Withers MileBy
set meet records in The meet is open to the pub- base and fully meets all
78-82-160 in the 36-hole event
The only other remaining protest and demanded the umpire's the broad jump and the discus. lic at an admission charge of NCAA standards. The quarter- which wound .

American in the singles competition removal. Jim Axtell, formerly of Yale, $1 for adults and 50 cents for mile track is eight lanes in Merrill was medalist up yesterday.with a Ray 77.
Roger Werksman of Los children. Activities will start width ORLO ROBERTSON $5.60.
The tournament referee, after won the broad jump for Cambridge Ricky Stevens captured laur-
Angeles, also was eliminated.He consulting organizers, changed ,with a leap of 24 feet, % at 2 p.m. on Friday and 1:30 I Times posted on the unusual els in the 13-14 age group witha Associated Press Sports Writer Ussery dropped Mr. Brick into
lost to Jan Erik Lundquistof Saturday. Separate varsity and NEW YORK (AP-Mr. Brick second place as Black Mountain
umpires but did not reverse the inch. surface, although hard to com 79-84-163. He also was med-
Sweden, fourth seeded, 6-3, line call. Richey lost the final Two Oxford men, Bob Baxterof freshman competition will be pare with records made on alist. who faded to sixth after setting took an early lead and held on

6-3, 63. Lundquist, like Osuna, two games and the match. the U.S. Air Force Academyand I conducted.The conventional surface tracks, Steve Scrafford was best in the early pace in the Kentucky to the front end through the
entered the men's quarter-finals Derby, found the one mile of the first one-half mile.
Stanley Sanders of California SEC cinder carnival, along have been exceptionally good. the 10-12 bracket with 102-95 -
Osuna $61,700 Withers to his liking around the bend into
acknowledged later both went : time feature held at track coach Bob John- more Coming
improved over Legion Kentucky 197. Ronnie Hawk took medal
The stocky, hard-hitting Rich- that: the umpire may have madea the old mark of 155-1 in the dis- Field in Birmingham, comesto son, the meet director, predicts honors with a 97. Saturday: and posted an the home stretch, Mr. Brick
ey, unseeded, won the first two bad call but he said, "At least I UK by invitation made that several records will fall. Al- easy victory over 12 other 3- made a quick move and. when
sets easily from Osuna, holderof three of cus.Sanders In the 9-hole boys group, Mike year-olds at Aqueduct. the field straightened out for the
my shots were called won with a heave of :sible by action of the league often exceed existing records,
the U.S. national title, and Hogan won with 103 and Bob Under Mr. last mile
be had
Bobby Ussery, one-quarter ,
out when
they weren't. 172-7% and Baxter was second I track coaches who voted last the conference recognizes only
ran up a 4-1 lead in the third. annual Brill was medalist with a 50. Brick took the lead at the top his nose in front and was really
with 159-5. year to rotate the meet among those made in the meet
Fred Stolle of Australia and Cindy Clardy led the girls with of the stretch and finished four flying.
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He appeared to have the tour- Sergio Tacchini of Italy joined a 110 and was medalist with a lengths in front of National. Bill Hartack, who won last

nament's major upset in the Osuna and Lundquist in the 55.Chuck Alphabet was another two Saturday's Kentucky Derby

making when the quick, fox-like quarter-finals. Stolle beat Pierre Lorenzen Wins Only Money Hogan paced the 3- lengths for third. The winning aboard Northern Dancer, ran

Osuna sudenly found his vol- Barthes of France 6-4, 2-6t 6-2, : hole group with a 40 and Don time was 1:35 3-5, made under his string of winless mounts in

1-6 and Tacchini won over Ingo Cook was medalist with a 21. 126 pounds. New York to 41 when he finished

Buding of Germany 2-6, 7-5, 0-6, Cindy Mizell topped the girls As the favorite to earn the 11th aboard Phantom Shot.
t Tie FootballGames 6-4,6-2. No Races at Daytona TrackDAYTONA with a 42 and was medalist witha winner's purse of $40,105, Mr. After Mr. Brick's ImpressiveBrick

22. paid $5.30, $3.20 and $2.80. victory, trainer Jim Picou said
Three Americans lost in The annual Father-Son tour- Nationa, one-half of an entry he doubted the colt would go.in

Over? mixed doubles. Linda Crosby of BEACH Fifty nine trys here five in the ,ACCUS, and this means a re- ney will be played next Saturday which included Traffic, paid next Saturday's Preakness at
Arcadia, Calif., and Iyo Pimentof and Sunday, May 1617. $3.40 and $3. Alphabet returned Pimlico.
thousand in prize money, but "Daytona 500' and four in the sumption of the rivalry be-
'I The Florida High School Ac- Venezuela lost to Deidre Catt IIf"
askedto and never the winner of a race. "Firecracker," the best he has j tween the NASCAR and USAC
tivities Association will be Graham Stilwell of Britain

end tie football gamesduring 6-3, 62. Carole Ann Prosen of That's Freddie Lorenzen's rec- placed is second.Financially stars.

regular season and cham- Orlando, Fla., and Nicolas Kal- ord at Daytona International] he has done all Lorenzen, .who established an
pionship playoffs-with a sys- ogeropoulos of Greece bowed to Speedway after five years of right at Daytona. He has earn- .all-time NASCAR money win-I t Driftwood Colors

tem dubbed" "eight play pene- Madonna Schacht and Martin trying to come in first. ed, to be exact, $49,915, which ning total last year of more .. ,. t straight from the sea,
tration. Mulligan of Australia 6-2, 2-6, 6- places him third to Fireball Roberts than $113,000 in a single sea- '
i Floyd Lay, executive secre- 1. Mary Habicht, an American Lorenzen and his Ford, an almost with $56,350, and Rich- son, is out to better that mark : \ tailoring straight

tary of the FHSAA, said he living in Athens, and Jaime Pin- unbeatable combination ard Petty, $54,925. He has had this year. Victory in the > from the
of late will make another stab shoulder.
would submit his proposal to the to Bravo of Chile lost to Robin two seconds and a third in "Firecracker" would give hima *

tournament committee in Aug- Ebbern and Bob Hewitt of Au- at field victory of 40 on the "big to the D" whena in the "Firecracker," and finish- boost toward his goal, for it ;"f <. HS&M RACQUET CLUB

ust in hopes it could be put into stralia 3-6, 6-4, 63. the sixth annual goes post of ed fifth or better three times in carries more than $61,000 in ",: \
effect for the 1964 season. the "Firecracker 400"running the "500." posted awards, with $11,600, plus E SUITS-Some people look at
on July lap money, going to the winner. \ driftwood and desk
"I think it can bring a new F'Potter 4. This year Lorenzen must feel i see lamps.
concept to football and add immeasurably he is going to make it home Two 50-mile qualifying races E Hart Schaffner & Marx looks at

to the spectator's To Head SEC All the other major NASCAR first in the "Firecracker" 'on will precede the "Firecracker"on driftwood and sees colors. Blended

interest in the game," Lay said. I tracks Atlanta, Charlotte the Fourth, because his entry Friday, July 3. On Thursday f by Nature and perfect for this
"11 the coaches don't like it, we Darlington-have seen Freddiein
was the first official one re- July 2, the two fast- summer's suits.
Tennis the circle but in
can always drop it. GroupOXFORD winner's ceived for the race. His opponents est cars in the qualifying trials q And these suits cut a trim figure.
Eight play penetration would will be the fastest cars will earn the pole positions for ,
work thusly: -Miss. (APThe Cotton and drivers in the U. S., for the big race. Practice starts on With straight, unaffected lines.

In event of a tie, a coin is Southeastern Conference Tennis Sugar, I the "Firecracker" is a full international Wednesday, July 1. The "Fire- a Natural shoulders. No exaggeration

tossed. Winner of the coin toss elected Bill Potter of Florida as Groups Talk c..n..Hnn..A.. ..""'w ,UJ,"U FIA_-I cracker": starts -..t.. 1A.... _*II""m. anywhere. Trousers that hang
has the choice of running the president to succeed Jason Mor- ; ( straightaway.The total effect is

first play, the last, or of goal de- ton of Alabama. With Big 8 l slenderizing.
fense. Teams then run eight
Track Meet
The Emmett Pare of Tulane was Big Eight 55 ''I HS&M tailoring keeps it that way.
plays alternately. positionof CTILLWATER, Okla. (AP "
the ball at the end of eight re-elected vice president Dan f-oar and Cotton Bowl The look you buy is the look you keep.

plays determines the winner. Magill of Georgia was named sentatives will meet with repre-Bight May Produce Many MarksBy 1; ,./ If you prefer soft-snoulder/ dothes,
secretary to succeed Tom Saw-
:'. Conference fcculty repre- : come in for a Racquet Club suit

Foster Wins yer Auburn of Mississippi will be host State.to the 1965 sentatives at the league's annu- J"' *T,N VALKENBURG probably the league's best rrid- .'. in Driftwood colors. By

al budget meeting here Fridayand Associated Press Sports Writer dIe distance runner since Wes
SEC tennis tournament with
Saturday, but a league Santee of Kansas i j-195355. His Hart Schaffner
From Thomas Luther Young of Auburn serv- STnXWATER, Okla. (AP) -
bowl isn't "
tie-up expected. .
best indoor mile time is 4:03.2.The & Marx
ing as chairman of the tourney A four-minute mile, a 16-foot .
CHICAGO (AP) Bobby Foster .committee. The 1966 meet wilul "This simply shows the Sugar pole vault and at least six meet league record 4:04.0 byNebraska's Li"S 1it

a 2-1 underdog, lost little be held in Florida. and Cottoa Bowl people are records are within reach (" a Ray Stevens last { k%4, $8500
time in finding Allen Thomas a interested in Big Eight football talented field in the 36th Big year. I

sucker for a left hook and and rant to acquaint us with Eight Conference outdoor track: Pole' Vaulter Floyd Manningof

scored a first-round victory BOXelllakes their programs," said Wayne meet here Friday and Satur Kansas, one of seven defend- j

Friday night in their scheduled Duke, the conference's athletic Missouri, led by middle f's- ing i1Jdi dual champs, cleared d
10-round nationally televised Good Recovery.. director. lance star Robin Lingle, is fa- 16-1% a wek ago, best in league
bo u t. vored for the team championship history. The meet record of
I Foster* a 25-year-old from MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexican right The ended Orange Bowl and the Big it just missed last year. 15-10 was sr by Georr. Da-I
an 11 contractaer
r Washington, D.C., took one boxer Aaron Nucamendi Nezka beat fear Auburn 13- Missouri won "-- i ioor crown vies of Oklahoma State in 1961.II

\ punch from Thomas, 25-year-old who was hospitalized last Saturday 7, giving the league a 7-4 edgein by a 10-point margin over Kan- It was at that time a wrlc I

f' Chicagoan, and then unloosed a night after being knockedout c--?s. sas.Defending record.cNebriska's
barrage which sent Thomas to walked Friday for the first champion Kansas, sizzling 3:09.2 '
the deck three times before the time since the fightDr. I. "There is no indication whatever Oklahoma and Nei. sit:: .1! relay at Drake, Watson's 9.3 in .
of bowl have chance for the the 100 and Oklahoma's 40.6 in : :
I light-heavyweight bout ended at Lazaro Perez Perales, a tie-up for the Big title. Ok- 5
who is treating the boxer, said Eight," Duke said. "I'm cer' Jn lahoma's chances : J hingv on! 440 an are under the meet rec wars .

1:26.Thomas, 175, was bewildered Nucamendi has shown "great I the league cha will get an in- whether sprinter Anthony Wat- ords. Victor Brooks nf I"braska

following his quick loss. "It's al- improvement and can be considered vitation the conference bowl son, a 11 U.s. Olympic team has gone 49-10 in the triple
re.ord pros this." member, is able to compete. jump, far beyond his own meet
ways the same when I'm on now as recovering.
taken Watson pulled a muscle at the record ot 47-3 in '63.
to the
television, Thomas kept re- was
Drake Relays April 25 in win- The defending individual
peating. "Something always hospital in a coma after being 519 SeriesLiz
r'ng lunge to the tape for 40.S champs besides Manning and
mocked out by another Mexican
goes wrong. in the 440 relay. Brooks, are Colra's Jim Mil-
Foster, 171%, boosted hi3 record -fighter,. Roberto Rodriguez, in Elleman had a 519 ser Six S H.
records already ler, :JfCAA champ in hurdles: ; ,.
to 15-2 with his last nine tri- the sixth round of a preliminary ies on games of 167-163-189 to have been -
surpassed during the Paul Acevedo, Kaaxs, th. >
I umphs coming on KO's while fight. lead the Rebel Coin & Stamp outdoor season by confer 2 mile; Ross Tunne" M!:0\Ji, Free Parking on the Huge First Federal Lot
Thomas suffered his fourth defeat After recovering consciousness .League at Palm Lanes Friday. athletes. Five others were cl, high jump; Glen Martin, ::an-

against 19.victories and. one Nucamendi said he was retiring Mae Hill rolled a 511 with a ly approached. sas, broad jump; and -:ill Flo- 225 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE.

draw. i from the ring. 192 high game. ,I Lingle, a lean Philadelphian, is 'erke, Kansas State, javelin.

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' I I ;:i: -"' (AP) Four The Indians managed to
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'i w S"7 C t) ,' home runs, including two in the scrape up one run off Ford in
Fort __.
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t fi.', ,,";".Y: J'" : w Mickey Mantle, powered the Howser walked and Leon I

) .,' ," : ., .$ ': -' t\"'""<;4 New York Yankees to a 6-2 vic Wagner cracked a single to
( from Page 01)) Miami Palmetto. 5, John Powell Tampa Time: 1:28.5 (new record old record / : < \ \ rightNEW
Robinson. Time: U.2 MJ by St. Pete in 1963). :;; 4 ;' >.. ,,' x ; ,., v- tory over Cleveland Saturday.Joe .
100 1. Fritz Turner Miami CentraL 440 1. Peter Ginter. Rutherford. 2. : \i : ".- h. 'H" "" .. '
High. PKY.finished fifth in the '2. Richard McLean. Daytona Mainland. Fritz Turner. Miami CentraL 3. R. E. 1 YORK CLEVELAND
3. Rick Levinson Tampa Plant. 4, RIchard Reeves. Paxon. 4. Gerald Kennedy. .t ; < Pepitone led off the fifth aft r UN abrhbf
mile relay. Podurgiel Clearwater. 5. Barry tranahan. 5, Tom Bell St. Pete. North- 1t .:. :. ,,., 4J' Kubek: ss .32llHowserss .4011
The 880-yard run mark also Strugnell St. Pete. Time: :'.6 (record. east. Time :4t 4 i 1. : inning with a home run, and RicWdson2b4l2lBrown 2b ..5020
'old record set by Fritz Turner of Miami ISO Low Hurdle T, Marcus Jones. Lopez rf ..3112 Wagner If ..4011
was toppled as Sam Harrison Central in 1963 :t.7\ Gainesville. 2. Bill Tucker Miami Palm- ; ,' ., Hector Lopez connected following -S Gonzalez rf 0000mitti rf 3000
Shot Put 1. Wayne Owens, Forest no. 3. Bobby Perkins. Pensacola. 4, : iI' .' 5 Mantle d ..311 Chance 1b 1 0 0 Cblinz
4 of Florida High turned in a HilL 2. Richard McCarl. Miami Jackson. John Stenglein Sarasota. S. Gerald Sas- Bobby Richardson's singlein If ....000 0 Azcue c .....13 1
i 3. Michael Stalling S. W. Miami. 4. law. SW Miami. Time: :!'.' ., 4 .5 the sixth. Tresh lf " 2:01.9, compared to the 2:04.5 Ralph Bender Winter Park. 5. John High Jump 1. Mike Kelly winter t t ii' i ,, Moore 1b .0000Alvis3b .. ..4010
set last Espy. Manatee. Distance: SCtt" Park' 2. three-way tie. Phillip Turner. : ; : Pepitone Ib 4121 Francona 1b 000
t year.CLASS I Mile 1, Merrill Moore. Gainesville. Dixie Hollins. Ronald Purdum, Dixie > ltt .: i > N ; The American League champshad Blanchard c3 0 0 0 Ramos p ...2120
AA Hollins. and John Morton. Miami Edison. : 1 .. ... .
.2. William McKillip Hialeah. 3. K. Gur. 'ii. ; Boyer 3b .4000 aPosr 1000
Team Standings ganious Englewood. 4, David Beach 5, two-way tie. Daniel Garvey Mel- : ; ;; '--: ,'<<';'itre : 'Z hit only nine homers in 17 Ford p .... .201 0 Bell p .....0000
Coral Cables 23 Clearwateer 1f, St. Clearwater. 5, Barry Breenan. Pompano. bourne, and Greg GUIIIand, Riverview. previous All four Satur- Mikkelsen p 1 0 0 0 dWhltfield 1000
, Petersburg 10, Tampa Plant 11, Winter 'Time: 4:21.2 (record. old record set by Distance: "' 2tt' ; games. Totals .. 31 6 I' Totals .. .372111
( Park 16 Gainesville 15. Miami Palmetto Smith Miami Edison. 4:25.0 in 19631 880 1, Allan Brown. Coral Gables. .. day were off Pedro Ramos. a-Flied out for Ramos in th-Ran
I 13. Pensacola 12. Forrest 12. Englewood 2, H. Drake Englewood. 3. Richard -- in 8th d-Grounded out for Ben in tth.
10. Forest Hill ", Miami Central f, Miami Discus 1. John Morton. Miami Edi RIsher, 4, Ed Strickland. Winter REBELS'
Edison 9. Jax. Lee 7. Dixie Hollins 5". son. 2, Jim Bowman. Forest Hill. 3, Michael Park. 5.Largo.Sammy Harrison. Vero Beach. WARREN BUCK WINS HIGH JUMP Joe Azcue hit a homer for the New York ... .... ... ,201112 11t-6
McArthur 5. Miami Senior 5, Stranahan Stilling*. S. W. Miami. 4, William Time: 1:56.1 (record, old record 1:58.0 and sets new stat record for the event 'I Cleveland .. .. .. .M til Oil-2
5, Rutherford 5. Hialeah 4, Leon 4. Day- Clark. McArthur. 5. John Sias Winter by Bond. of Northeast In 162.) I Indians in the eighth.It E-Howser. PO-A-New York 27..., Cleve-
tona Mainland 4. Miami Jackson 4. Ft. Park. Distance: U4' 3" Medley Relay 1. St. Petersburg
land 27-14. DP-Alvls. Howser and Fran-
t Lauderdale 3. Largo 3, Paxon X South Broad Jump 1, Robert Malinowskt (George Edwards. Barry Strugnell. Buster was the fourth homer this cona; Hawser, Brown and Francona
Dade 3, Winter Haven :3. Escambia 2. Miami Senior. 2. R. Lambert. 'Jax. For. Edge, and Charlie Blanco.) 2. Coral Brown and Francona Howser, Brown and
Manatee 2. Northeast St. Pete 2. Sara- rest. 3. William Blackburn. South Dade. Gables. 3, Clearwater. 4, 2-way tie. Winter Giants Rally To Defeat year for Mantle and his secondin Chance. LOB-New York; 2, Cleveland *.
sota 2. South Broward 2. Edgewater 1. 4, William Tucker. Miami Palmetto. 5. Haven and Jax. Lee 1:58.6 2B-Azcue, Richardson.
Pompano Beach 1. Vero Beach 1, 'Mel- Daniel Snow. Manatee. Distance 22' 7114." 220 1, Rick Levinson Tampa Plant. as many days against Cleveland Pepitone, Lope Azcue.HR-KubeK Maf'totie.
bourne Vi, Rh/erview Vi, 880 Relay 1. Tampa Plant (Jim Wad. 2. Robert Carnley. Tallahassee Leon. 3. ;
120 High Hurdles 1. Marcus Jones kinds. Dennis Roble. Glenn Schaibly and Bobby Perkins Pensacola. 4, Rodney pitching. ... .,IP "R ERBBSO
Gainesville. 2. C. Greene. Lee. 3. Chris Rick Levinson. 2, St. Pete. 4, Pensacola. Sloan. South Broward. 5, Tom Bell. St.Pete ......
6 I 1 I 1 4
Mallska Winter Park. 4. Bill Tucker 4tie, Ft. Lauderdale. and Clearwater. NE. :21.t Yankee southpaw Whitey Ford
-_... ...-.-.-..----..... -. --.--.....--- ,..-... ... Pole I Vault 1. Stephen Owens. Miami Koufax. 3-2 Mikkelsen .......3 2 1 1 a 4
Dodgers credit for the scattering Rmos U 1-2 .. .. 7 5 S 1 A
Palmetto. 2. John Morton Miami Edison. got victory,
Bell ... .. ... .... .3 1 1 1 3 2U.Paparella
3. Greg Beaupied Stranahan. 4, Ron Gib- and
singles a dju-
DeVane, Edge- seven
son. Escambla. 5 Dwight ,
Drummond Umont, DIMure. -
water. 138 7%" (record old record 13' 1 ble over six innings.

4W Mile by Relay Herring- St.1. Petersburg Coral Gables In 1960)(Doug. I SAN FRANCISCO (AP-San southpaw pitchers, squaring his tional League lead by one game : T-2:2S. A-8.106.

Oppenheimer, Pedro Alberni, Richard Francisco, held hitless by San- record at 2-2 although he served over Philadelphia.

r ; p ; 3.Weinkle Clearwater.and Duane 4, two-way Caldwell)tie 2,,Forrest.Engle- dy Koufax through four innings home run pitches to Tommy Davis Jimmy Davenport singled to

wood and Winter CLASS Park. 3:22.9 A rallied for three runs in the fifth in the third inning and lead off the fifth, reached thirdon

Leesburg 38H Final, Daytona Standings Seabreeze. 30 inning and beat Los Angeles 3-2 Frank Howard in the eighth. It Del Crandall's single and Corn Growers. .

) .4 Haines City 27, Riviera Beach 25, East Saturday.Jose ., was Howard's seventh homeroff scored on a sacrifice fly that
= Bay 24. Eustls 18, Bolles 16, Ft. Lauderdale -
4 r
4 4 NE 13H. Dunedin lOW, Bradford t, Pagan, Jesus Alou and Hendley in his last 11 appearances -second baseman Dick Tra-

e Hollywood Eau Gallic Chamlnade 8. Lake City 5, 7 Dade, Kathleen City 6 5,,, Willie Mays each drove in a run against the left band cewski ran back. to grab. Alou OeNighei' Yield!$

Clay Florida 5, Military Venice 3.4H,Turkey Auburndal.Creek 4tt 2V4,, during the uprising. Mays belteda er.The singled home a run and another

Perry 2, Sanford 2. Southeast 2. DeLand double and ran his hitting victory before a full scored on Mays' ground rule
Lakeview Hr Osceola H.
.& : 180 Low Hurdle 1, James Love! streak to 16 straight games. house of 42,316 in CandlestickPark double.
s Halnes City. 2, Jimmy Johnson. East Bob Hendley the battle of kept the Giants in the Na- with Du PontNUGREENe
) : : Boy. 3, Richard Calloway Eau Gallic. won -KonfflT.-----, -in- yjq'_ ..pr__>nnr1_.._ w.cfart_ .
: ; 4, Wayne Shaw Perry. 5, Jimmy Sumner,
/ S East Bay. Time: 20.5 since recovering from an elbow
S'i't __ Pole Vault 1, Charles Genever. Rivera .
;.S 4 !, SS Beach. 2, Robert Harrison, Venice. injury, worked six innings and .

3. RomoloVisquera, Kathleen. 4, eight- four hits before
$ Groat gave up being
4 way tie, Gary Thornton Lakeview Mun Boyer
: S Cauley Leesburg William Ward Osce- lifted for a pinch hitter.
ala, Russell Hoogerwarf, DeLand, Larry
:.. .v S' S_ Cribbs DeLand, Terry Green Venice. Hendley allowed only five *00r ....
Lee 'Turnquist, Lake Wales, and EricLatin
;44 _"... \_ Ft. Lauderdale NE. Distance: 12' Lead CardinalsNEW Dodger hits, struck out 12 and

880 1. Wayne Snuff Haines City. 2. seven.
I Robert Brown Riviera Beach. 3, James .
: Smith. Chaminade. 4. Wiley Mitchell .LOS ANGELES .SAN FRANCISCO
Turkey Creek. 5. Joseph Warren, Lees- ab r h bi. abrlibi
burg. Time: 1:58.8 YORK (AP) Ken ter, which scored Lewis and i Wills ss 5 0 3 0 J. Alou rf 3111 45% NITROGEN
120 High Hurdles 1, James Lovell Gilliam eb 3 0 0 0 M. Alou If 3010 S a.tM" -.- "Is a highly coneentraM loort ofupptonBttal
: Haines City. 2, Jimmy Johnson. East Boyer and Dick Groat drove in Gibson.ST. W. Davis cf .000 Mays cf 3011 t6bogen.This iraans thin is Iota
Bay. 3, Gerald Nichols Kathleen. 4, T. Davis If 3 1 1 1 Cepeda Ib 4000 tamale to haul store and pm4, saving Cm
Kenton Adkins, Leesburg. 5, Jimmy Sum- two runs each as the St. Louis LOUIS NEW YORK Howard rf 3111 Hiller 2b 0000 wxl 1abCIr.LEACH.RESISTANT.
a ner East Bay. Time: :15 abrhbi abrhbi. McMullen Ib 3 0 0 0 Hart 3b 4010
100 1, Carl Richards, Bolles. 2, Tim Cardinals whipped the New Gagllano 2b 3010 Kanehl cf 5010 Roseboro c 4 0 0 0 D'venport 2b 3 1 1 0 ;
Moon, Ft. Lauderdale NE. Lamar
3 cClemens 0000 2b 3000
Trace'skl 2b 2 0 0 0 bSnlder 1010
Simmons, East Bay. 4, William Watson. York Mets 5-1 Saturday. dJavier 2b 1 1 Harkness lb 502 0 dWalls \ 0 0 0 0000
Dade City. 5, Kenneth Llttlelohn Dune- Groat ss 4022 Thomas If 5020 Koufax p 0000 fru:1: 0000 The nitrogen"NuGreen"Is fixed! to the toBfurbdes
din. Time: :f.' (ties record set by Mar White bi 4121 Altman rf 4010 aParker 1000 Crandall c 4110 chemically resisting teaching losses.
cus Rhoden of Baker Co. in 1962.) Boyer hit his fourth home Boyer 3b 4132 Gonder c 3121 Miller p 0 0 00 Pagan ss 2001 Thus mom nitrogen available Ie to toed plants as
Shot Put 1. Tom Gardner, Bradford. James If 4 0 1 McMillan IS 3000 eCamilli 1000 they need I most
2. Stephen Brown, Leesburg. 3, James run in the fourth inning and Flood cf 4020 Samuel 3b 2000 ..Totals .30 2 5 2.Hendley Totals p .21 1000 373
Gibson, Seabreeze. 4, R. Nelson Sea- Lewis rf 3100 1000
aKranepool .
capped a four-run seventh witha a -Struck out for Koufax In 7th, b-
breeze. 5, Anthony CInlcola, Leesburg McCarver c 4 0 0 0 Moran 3b 0000
Singled for Davenport In 8th c-Ran for
Distance: 55' 6'/2" Gibson 3110 eS'ph's'n 3b 1 000
Groat sin- p
run-scoring single.
Snider In 8th; d-Fouled out for Tra-
Mile 1, Mike Williams. Dunedin. 2, Cisco 2000
p shot form
David Piper Leesburg. 3, Joe Smerker, gled home two runs in the in- bChr-f pher 1000 cewskl 9th. In >th; e-Struck out for MillerIn whfch may be comes easily tie spread tree-Swnoj through al Wt cf

Ft. Lauderdale NE. 4, Stephen Barren Wakefield 0000 eqIIiP *1I..1t can be broadcast: : prior to pW*
-eesburg. 5. Tony Lawson, Bradford. ning. Bauta p 0000 Los Angeles .001 000 010-2 JngcrappRedttjWadtwsngtoni.The S
_-- Time: 4:22.2 (record, old record :23.2 fElllot1000 San Francisco .000 038 MX-3 S S -
---- : by Lagotic Christopher Columbus In Locke 0000
Bob Gibson his third p
_.. 1 ,, ? 963). winning Totals 34 512 S Totals Mid E-Koufax, Crandall. po-A-Los Angeles
-- S
-wS- Broad Jump 1, Walker, In b- 24-7, San Francisco 274. DP-Crandal
Rodney game in three decisions, scat -Filed out for Samuel tth;
BROWN DOES IT UP BROWN .eesburg. 2. S. A. Wells. Seabreeze. 3. Struck out for Cisco In 6th; cWalkedfor and Pagan; Wills. TracewskI and Mc-
J. M. Crawford. Florida Military. 4. tered eight hits, struck out Seven Gagllano in 7th; d-Ran for ClemensIn mullen. LOB-Los Angeles 9. San Francisco i
Demons' Mike sets new discuss markBrandt's James Goosby Clay Co. 5, Kenton Ad- 7th; e-Struck out for Moran In 8th; 7.20Mays.. I
and walked two. He lost his Seed
klns, Leesburg. Distance: 21' 6." f-Grounded out for Bauta In 8th. Kilgore CompanyDivision

Discus- 1, Anthony CInlcola, Less- shutout when Jesse Gonder ................ HR-T. Davis Howard. SB
Joe St. Louis OM 100 400-S -Wills. S-Koufax, Hendly. SF- \Jan. Seed
burg. 2 Deen Seabreeze. 3 R. Nelson of Asgrow Company
Seabreeze. 4, Gabriel Hunter, South- homered in the eighth. New York ................. tot out 111-1 IP H REROBSO
Homer east. 5, Tom Gardner. Bradford. Dis E-Groat, Gibson. PO-A St. Louis 27-*. Koufax, I, 2-3 .... 4 3 3 3 4 1L 462-U4I
ance: 147 V4." (record, old record by New York 2716. DP-McMlII.n, Hunt and Miller .......... 2 3 01 2 AJachua. 441 South Phon
Otrell, Seabreeze, 159 2VV In 1961. Bill Wakefield's wildness led Harkness; Thomas and Hunt. LOB-St. Hendley. 2. 2.2 ,. f 5 2 2 7 12
880 Relay 1, East Bay (Lamar SImmons to the Cardinals' big seventh. Louis 6. New York 12. U-Forman, Jackowskl Crawford. Var
Larry Porter. Jimmy Johnson. 2B-White 2. 38-Boyer. HR-Boyer,
and Steve Holland.) 2. Eustis. 3, Bolles. The young Met reliever walked Gonder. 0
Boosts Orioles.O'ver 4, Seabreeze. 5, Ft. Lauderdale NE. IP H R ER" SO
Time:, 1:31.8. Johnny Lewis, Gibson and pinch Gibson w 3-0 ..... 9 I 1 1 2 7
440 1, Ronnie Mangle Lake City. hitter Clemens the Cisco L 0-2 ....... 1 1 1 2
2, William Carpenter, Leesburg, 3. James Doug filling Wakefield ....... 1-30333 1
Goosby Clay. 4, Barry Barks, Sanford. bases with one out. Ed Bauta Bauta .......... 12-33 1 1 0 0
5, Tom Davis. Plant City Time: :49.4 Locke ..........1 0 0 0 0 0
76By (record old record :50.1 by Mangle, Columbia replaced Wakefield and was HBP-By Gibson (McMillan Hunt). PB
Tigers in 163) .-Gonder 2. U-Venzon, Weyer, Conlan. AHaspelsultS -
Medley Relay 1, Seabreeze (Bill greeted by Groat's single to cen- Harvey. T-2:58. A16.757.SCiORAw4 -5t: : .: ,-
Walser Bill Archer, Sylvan Wells, and !
Richard Collins.) 2, Riviera Beach. 3.
Eustis. 4. Dunedin. 5, Bradford. 2:01.4 gives you more than
I""Villie.Kirkland's pinch single. (new record old. record 2:61.6 by St. S
Associated Press Sports Writer Adair on a fly Leo In 162.)
_- 220 1. Carl Richards Bolles. 2, Tim money can buy.,
DETROIT (AP) Jackie out.and. ,struck out Russ' Snyder Moon. Ft. Lauderdale NE. 3. William Haspel, traditional styling and expert

Brandt's three-run homer with before'Brandt connected. Watson Lake City., Dade 5, Stephen City. 4 Holland, Ronnie, East Mangle Bay, choice of 65% Dacron 35% Cotton in a poplin weave provide an

J two out in the ninth inning boost The OrioleS had led 3-2 before :22.3 High: Jump 1, Richard Calloway, ? exclusive atmosphere of confidence. The facts that this suit is wash

ed Baltimore to a 7-6 victory the Tigers erupted for three X Eau Rodney Gallie.Walker 2. Harold Leesburg.Hunt, Auburndale.S 4, James. and wearable and that the price is meager are purely incidental.

over Detroit Saturday. runs in the.seventh.. Dick Mc.S Lovell, Haines City. 5, tv o-way tie, WIlliam I Top men would not do without a Haspel suit. All men can affordit.

Brandt's first. home run carried Auliffe's single started the ral- Holmes Parrish,, Dunedin.Turkey Creek 6' 4"and(record WillIam -, American Won League Lost Pet. Behind National LNtu.WOII Lost. PC?. Behind Come in and make your selection now.

into the lower left field ly. After the Tigers loaded the ford old record Co. In 162)6. 4W by Seymour of Brad xChlcago ...... II 5.688 San Francisco 15 .s .750 $45
i ...... .. 1
Cleveland 11 7 .611 1 Philadelphia 14 6 .700
stands. It came off Larry Sher- bases, McAuliffe scored the ty.. Kelley Mile Relay 1. Haines City (Eddie New York ..... 11 7 .611 1 Milwaukee ..... 13 .591 3
starter Don and Benny Roberts. James Lovell, Baltimore ...... 11 9 .550 2 St. Louis ...... 13 10 .565 3"\
had Demeter's sin
who replaced ing run on S Wayne ShuN) 2. Riviera Beach. 3.
ry, Minnesota .....11 11 .500 3 Pittsburgh ..... 12 10 .5(5 4
Hank Aguirre in the eighth. Leesburg. 4 Eustis. 5 DeLand.B 3:28.7CLASS Boston ......... 9 11 .450 4 Cincinnati ..... 11 12 .A7I 5
gle.Willie FINAL TEAM SCORING Detroit ........-9 11 .450 4 Chicago ......... I 10 .AU 4
Sherry started the inning by l. Florida High 47 xLos Angeles .... 9 12 .429 4V* Los Angeles. .... 9 15 .375 I
hitter PaweD Horton walked, forcing S S 2. Fort Meade 47 Kansas City ..... 8. 12 .400 5 Houston -....... 9 15 .375 5
walking pinch Boog in 3. Santa Fe 22 Washington ....19 15 .400 5VS New York _....5 17 .346 11 II :'
And 'Norm Cash
one run L
who then went to second on 4. DeSoto 17 x-Played night game.Yest.rday'S. --'- <<.
scored Bill Freehan's sacrifice Results Yesterdays ResultsSt. S
on 5. Jupiter lJ"j 'S
6. Groveland uvi New York 6, Cleveland 2 louis 5. New York 1 .. ;:;
fly. 7. Lake Weir 14 Minnesota 10. Kansas City S Pittsburgh 10 Milwaukee S _!:;
8. Laurel Hills 13 Washington 5, Boston 4 & Chicago 9, Houston 1
Phils Rally McAuliffe Ignited two other t. Tavares '13 Baltimore 7, Detroit t IE". Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 4 ...
10. Okechobee 10 Chicago at Los Angeles night San FrancUc 3. Lo Angeles 2 ...,
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run-scoring innings with a dou 11. P. K. Yonge 7 SATURDAY'S BASEBALL
The Associated Press TODAY'S GAMESLos
12. St. Cloud
6 1-3
ble in the third and a single in 13. Brooksville 4 TODAY'S GAMES
Past Cincy the 14. Sneads 3 New York (Bouton 2-1 and Williams 01 Angeles (Drysdale 3-1) at San Francisco -
eighth. 15. Baker Co. 2 at Cleveland (Donovan 2-0 and Kra- (Sanford 3-2) S
16. Liberty Co. 2 lick 2-0), 2. St. Louis Craig 2-0 and Washbum 1.0) \
BALTIMORE S .DETROIT 17. Bunnell 1-3 Boston (Monbouquette 1-3 and Wilson 0-1) at New York (Stallard 1-4 and Hlnsley f
Tilt abrbbl abrhbi 220 1. Ken Hart Groveland. 2. Wil- at Washington Hannan 0-1 and Os- 0-0), 2.Cincinnati. -
In 5-4 Brandt C 5113 M'AuItffe ss 533C I lam Gaskin, Laurel Hill 3. Daniel Mills teen 1-3), 2. (Nuxhall 1-2) at Philadelphia I
Aparicio ss S 1 1 0 Lumpe 2b 5 1 2 C I Jupiter. 4. Billy Herndon Sneads. 5. Baltimore Pappas 0-2 or McCormick 0-1 Short 0-0). I
Bowens 4llOKalinerf 4121 I Lynn Johnson. Florida High. Time: ::22.5 and Bunker 1-0) at Detroit (Wicker- Houston (Nottebart 0-3 and Owens 1-2)
AP -The Slebern Ib 4012 Cash Ib 2102 Medley Relay 1. Fort Meade. sham ...-, and Rakow 0-0), 2. at Chicago (Hobble 04) and Jackson :
PHILADELPHIA ( ) Robinson 3b 3000 Demeter cf 3022 (Clarles Aikin Harlin Harris, Clifton Kansas City Drabowsky 1-2) at Minnesota 4-1), 2Milwaukee. I
Phillies rallied for Gaines If 3110 Horton If 4011 Jenkins and Charles Mosley.) 2. Tavares. (Pascual 2-2). Spahn 2.2 and Sadowski 2-2\
Philadelphia aPowell If 0100 Freehan c 4001 I X Santa Fe. 4. Citrus Co. 5. DeSoto Co. Chicago (Peters 3-1) at Los Angeles (B. at Pittsburgh (Friend 3-0 and Sisk I
threerunswithtWoOutlatheseventh Brown cf 3l22Wert3b 3001 I Time: 2:02.7 Lee 1-OW 1-1). 2 .
bKlrkland 1110 dBruton 1001 Broad Jump -1. Charles Mosley Fort I
on Johnny Callisons'double Orsino c 0000 Aguirre, 3001 I Meade. 2. Robert lewis. DeSoto. 3. John
rookie Adair 2b 4010 Sherry p 1 0 0 ( Nichols. DeSoto. 4. Robert Davis, Liberty -
and singles by Estrada p 3010 Co. 5. Terry Anderson. Florida High. t4

Richie Allen and Tony Gonzalez Miller p 0000 Distance 21' 7" (New record, old record WE ARE PROUD TO BE ,
Stock p 00 0 0 Crawford, John Gorrie, 21' 3" In 1961)
for a 5-4 victory! Saturdayover Haddlx .p 0000 .-DltrilC.---.- _- 1.. "JLAIlr"_5* .BmtuM..v_... .ClMvI.v...<4._* "LI'ft"'V'" ipSI
..Cuu4... 1510 2. David Coggshall. Clermont. X Dale
the Cincinnati Reds. ii"a', p' 0000 Boatwright Fort Meade. 4. Donavan .
to ..Totals ",711.7 .Totals .37 The Phillies had 'managed -Walked for Gaines In fthl b-Singled Soto. Distance: 154' 6" (New record old .S
runs only on a for Brown In till; c-Called out on strike record 145 10- by Mike Brown Florida t -
score single for Haddix In tttu d-Grounded out for High 1 63S80 \ HEADQUARTERS FORWELDWD0Dj I-
passed ball and a wild pitch before Wert In tth. Relay 1. Fort Meade. (Harlin
Baltimore .000 021 013-7 Harris, Dickie Ballinger Clifton Jenkins. S
loser Bob Purkey falteredin Detroit .001 Oil 310-4 and Charles Mosley) 2. Florida High. # SS
E-Gaines. Brandt. PO-A--Baltimore % 3. tie Tavares and Lake Weir. 5. Grove- /S
the seventh. 11, Detroit 27-12. LOB-Baltimore 4. 1-1 land. Time: 1:32.0 S 5 f-
After Bobby Wine and pinch troit 11.Brandt. Shot Put 1. Boyd Ayer FlorIda ; S /
SB-,. arlco. SF-Freehan. High. 2. Donavan Bozeman Jupiter. x S
hitter Roy Sievers grounded out, .. IP H R ERBBSO Richard Blass St. Cloud. 4. Tom New- S S
t Estrada ........ < J-3 7 5 4 3 3 'Iisr. K. Yonge. S. Don King Citrus :- -
Allen ;
Tony Taylor drew a walk. Miller .......... 2-31 0 1 0 Co. : 47 7". ,
and Callison Stock .......... 1-32 1 1 1 0 4X0 l.-Wllliam Gaskin Laurel Hill. I
moved him along Haddix, _w, 1-2... 2-3000 0 0 Gary Davis Okeechobee. X (tie) Fred
him on a double throughthe Hall .__......... 1 080 0 G Rhoden Baker Co. and Bernard Mann ;< -
scored Aguirre ........ 72-3 I 4 4 1 2 field Jupiter. 5. Fred Dietrich, Florida.
infield. Purkey was lifted Sherry. I. 2-3 .... 11-32 3 3 1 1 Time 120 : :51J
HH 1. Gilbert
for Bill Henry. Then Gonzalez PB U--Brown.Soar, Salerno.T-2S7,Valentine.A-4.CI.. McKinley. Santa, Fe. 2. Robert Scherdln Leatherwood.Florida 4-;* -
I S ,
High. 3.
William Westberg, Clermont. 4-
singled to short center as Allen Stuart Neeley.! Ft. Meade. 5. Jimmy PRODUCTSAs '
Hull Clermont. Time: :15 11 f1 :
and Callison scored. Four Florida 'P0-- 1. RIchard Lindsey ClewUton.
William Gaskin Laurel HilL X Daniel
PHILADELPHIA S Mills. Jupiter. 4. Kenneth Hart. Grove- the .
abrb abrbI land. 5. Billy Herndon Sneads. Time: Headquarter Dealers. we Ak

Rose 2b ....5 1 2 Taylor 2b ...221RuLl 0I Tracks Ask :io.4 ; Id !
3b ....4111 Allen _b .. ..3110Pinson Mile 1. Wallace- Dean Groveland. largest stock of pre-finished Weldwood t
d ... 0 0 1 CaUtion rf .4 0 2 1 2. Charles Cale Brooksville. 3. Bill Nicholson -
lel2Gonzaleg cf 312 2 Arcadia. 4. James White Florida
Ib :
Coleman Robinson rf 4SOOCOVingO If 401 I Twin DoubleMIAMI High. s. Glen Whaley, Frostproof. Time: Panels in this part of Florida. We also carrya
EdWards C 0 0 Roebuck P .000 0 1:44.'
I If ...3 0 0 0 Herms' 1b 4 0 0eKeouQPl 0 Mile Relay 1. Lake Weir (Gordon 5V.s' ,
Harper ..t00DairYmPeClOlO Wyruv Jon Tahlier. Stan Ockosz and complete assortment of Weldwood glue,
Cardenas IS 4120WlflI ssD 4000 (AP-Four of Florida Barry Kirkland). 2. Florida High. X '4 5
...211 OBunnlng p 1000 Okeechobee.. Fort Meade. S. P.K. Yonge
pur1tey horse tracks have and adhesives.
Henry P ..... 000 aBrlggsTaf 1100 8 five Time: 3:33 (New record old record by cement
.101' Green p 0000 asked to twin Florida High. 3:33.5 In lf6n
clSklnMr use
bSleve 1000 permission .Pole Vault 1. Robert Williams, Fort You invited to see our display ,
&rnarolb 0000 I double betting next season andthe Mead. 2. Covey Johnston, P. K. Yonge. are cordially
alt .. .U C'C Totals 33203pSafe 3. Dwaine Hawthorne. St. Cloud. 4. (tie)
en error for Bunning In Sthj fifth Hialeah Park, also may James Johnson Bunnell and Edwin Matt- and to I
out for Green In 7th c- son Groveland. Distance: 11-t ,
b.Grounded out for Harper In m, d-Ooubied go for it, the racing commissionsaid High Jump 1. Warren Buck Santa
struck In tth. Fe. 2. Richard Dodd DeSoto. 3. Charles "Let too"
for Henry Saturday. Mosley Fort Meade. 4. Gilbert Leather us serve you I
C tclnllatl :.......... ..... MJ III ttt-4 wood Santa Fe. S. (3-way tie) Walter ....AA
..... 20x5ERosa.
Philadelphia ....... SIC 021 Tropical I Gulfstream Sun- Townsend. Bunnell. Gay Pamies St. mJrftAJ

: : Green. p -A-CincIMatl 24-; Joseph, and .Lanny. Bass. St. Cloud. Distance i FREE
I Philadelphia 27.... Rose shine and Pompano Parks field : V VL. (New' recora. old recordS
J jTnl1' "
aGoiualer 11 by Fred Ayer, Florida High. 162)
and Coleman.4.25Rose. requests to use the four-race 180 LH 1. Clifton Jenkins. Ft. Meade.

elphIa Callison Skinner. 2. Lewis KlUIan. Florida High. X Robert PARKING
in addition to
3&Colem.n.Purkey.. system of betting Scherdln Florida High. 4. Donald Oliven-

IP H RERIBSO wagering on each race and in baum Clermont. i. Perry Lord Dixie LUMBER SUPPLY
Co. Time: :20.o
purkeyL.0-2-.4237 S 4 4 4
880 1. Sam Harrison Florida High. -S.- ON 1ST FEDERAL -
Henry 1141 0 0 2BuvtinO the daily double.
........ S 7 4 4 : 4GreenW.14..2 2. Gordon Wynn Lake Weir. X Lee
i 0 S S S Hialeah has asked a waiver of Eggert P. K. Yonge 4.tDoSL John. a COMPLETE LINE BUILDING MATERIAL PARKING LOT.0
1 0 S 0 1 Clermont. 5. Hough Vincent, Jupiter. 13 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 6-5611
Roebuck..2. Edwards. U-SnMth. the rule to give it more time to Time: 2:01.t (New record old record by N.W.8&AVE.4ttSt GA1N5V1LLE ft&3767546t

Petekaudas- Gorman wnilams.- T-2$. Ph.ipot, Branford. 2:04.5).
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I I j Sun Sunday May 10. 1964 .

Hustle, Hitting F- 21 Players -Exemp !

n I II -. ,. '"' _. s%

Mark First ,.GHS _ .','. :: : _'5.' ., In Open QualifierNEW i

I ( .L YORK (AP-Defending) les, Bob Hardner Down J n g

champion Julius Boros and 20 i Gray, Billy Joe Patten, Charles

Grid Scrimmage "I other players are exempt from I Smith.

E S ,_..0 '.,i qualifying for the National Open I Last PGA Ryder Cup team
-Alex DruashGainesvffle Golf Tournament at Congress Bob Goalby, Johnny Pott.
High School wound I fullback; and Charles Smith, ): .fJi' .>:;:'"? ional Country Club in Washington Low 20 scorers or ties in 1963

up its first week of spring foot- halfback, also drew praise __ D.C., June 18-20. Open Mike Fetchick Bobby

ball drills Friday night at Harris from Niblack for their efforts. The U.S. Golf Association releasing Nichols Davis Love Jr., Dean

Field with a hustling session ;, Fullback Al Simmons was another _. the list Saturday, announced Refram, Ken Still.

that left Coach Jim Niblack and back whose work drew .. -.. that an additicna1 45 Low 20 scorers or ties in 1963

a his aides smiling broadly. comment from the GHS coach _ players would be exempt from PGA tournament Gardner

"Enthusiasm and hustle were ,," local qualifying.The Dickinson Art Wall Jr., Bill

I great" Niblack said. "The hitting es.Niblack said Kim Helton, 36-hole local qualifyingtests Johnston, Jack Sellman Man-

I. I was unusually hard." Pt Mq switched to center this year, ... uel de la Torre, Wes Ellis, Tommy
.. ,\\.. will be staged at 59 local
GHS lost 24 boys from last continues to improve and dida ities May 2526. About 20 percent Jacobs, Dave Hill Dick

year's standout team. In addition fine job. Kenny Mack, slim of the 2,380 enjies; will goon Hart Doug Sanders.Jacobs .

t several probable first -, med down to 218 pounds, played to sectional trials at 13 spots

stringers missed last night's Chart** Smith Al Simmons well at a tackle slot. June 89.From .

session due to injuries. of the most exciting players to On defense, standouts for the this double round of: TopsColonial :

f "Still, it was a good scrim- "Headhunters" were Chris Gwinat .
eliminations will 129
ever play for GHS, Niblack coin. survivors
mage," Niblack said. guard, Simmons at end, .
who will join the 21 exempt On ;
The GHS coach said the I commented. "He made many Chris Johnson at safety, and players for a champion-

'Canes showed their best of fine runs and did a fine' job of: Dennis Leahy who picked off a
I czxbylczc Gloria twetny sports
the spring on offense. Quarter- passing, throwing for many pass and ran it all the way fora TotalBy
first add 21 Players 222 138
back Jack Eckdahl had a stand I completions. He had a dozen touchdown or "Jericho," as GHS Diver Sign? With UF The 21 players exempt from

out night, according to Niblack. ,other passes dropped." the defense calls it, Niblack all qualifying:

( "He looks like he will be one I Senior backs Alex Druash, said.Niblack Mark Montgomery ace Gainesville High School diver, signed a grant-in-aid Julius Borosjack NickI a u s, MIKE COCHRAN

said the 'Canes will swimming scholarship with the University of Florida. Onlookers at the cere- Gene Littler, Arnold, Billy Associated Press Sports Writer

I KNOCK ON WOOD scrimmage this week on Thurs- mony, from left, are Gator athletic director Ray Graves, George Montgomery, Casper.U. I FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) -

II day night at Harris Field. The Mark's father; and Gator swim coach Bill Harlan. (UF photo). S. Amateur champion -i, Tommy Jacobs fired his second

public is invited to attend. Reg- Deane Beman. I straight 69 Saturday and took
ular drills are from 3:30 5:30 the second round lead in the

I p.m. either at the school or British Open championBob I, rain-delayed Colonial National

UCWL Race r. Harris ,Field. Wide-Open City League Charles. Invitational[ Golf Tournament
Top 10 in 1963 Open, exclud-
Films were taken last Friday lag champions last five years I Jacobs moved one stroke

WindsUpADandy night and Niblack said GHS -Jacky Cupit, Paul Harney ahead of Gary Player, the
coaches will study them for pos- South African who held the lead
Billy Maxwell, Bruce Crampton
r rI
I sible'Canes personnel switches. The Softball Race Shapes Up Tony Lema,:Gary Player WaIter -after the first round and Bill

I IBY are attempting to two- ...- .- Burkemo, Dan Sikes Jr., Casper.
I platooon all the way this yearon I Don January FluSter w a 1 d Jacobs reached the half-way
I b offense and defense. The suddenly wide open City at 9:30 Wednesday on FieldNo. season, '16-14, and tied for the Dave Ragan. point with 138. ,

JACK HARRIS ,"_"r_ ._- I League softball race will resume 1 in what should be. a lead. Other games saw Kana- Amect to 10 PGA win- Player shot a one-over-par 71 :

11 II J JI UI Duval Tuesday' night with co- highlight contest of the week. paha Presbyterian win from ners for one year'prior money to May while Casper had a 67.

Gains leading Budweiser and Gaines- This is in Division 11. First Baptist 18-12 and North The trio rested briefly and
Mason Al Gei- .
Roberts WOW! The 6 Rudolph
I To sum up the sayings of Courtnay hike their In Division I Post Office Central Grace
last vile Wings out to Baptist topped berger, Juan Chi Chi Rodriguez.' then went back for 18 more
University City Women's League came to an exciting finale records to 5-1. goes after a fourth win in five Presbyterian 16.10.Division Local ; : holes, necessitated by a Friday
I Wednesday night. Gold Coast Restaurant was IVfc games behind Second Win I qualifying'exemptions:
Coca Cola. Gold Coast and Cola-Cola lost all Wings handed Budweiser its starts in a game with Hav- I Open champions prior to 1959 cloudburst that canceled play.
I league leading A-Tampa Wednesday.First Highlands 106 304-14 18 7 Jack Rule fired 66
four to deadlock Coke first setback last week to dead- Tommy Bolt, Lew Worsham, a superb
theirs and Hairstylish won
four.of : Ginny's Duval Shoe Shop won its second lock the race. Guy Cleveland Methodist, 4-0 in Divi LDS 126 331-16 17 5 Tony Manero Jack Fleck, Ed for a 36-hole total of 140.

for the lead.Ginny's had. team effort ol ter half); Carolyn Crist Lee game of the season FrIday Construction Co. won its first sion II of Church League play, Cloed and Alexander; Whit Furgel, Gary Middlecoff. Pete Brown, the first Negro I,

S a boost then Green and Jerry Stuart. night in Community game in another surprise. will seek its fifth triumph in a mer, Groover and Hall. Former U: S. Amateur cham- ever to win a PGA tournament, I

into 3082 which tie with helped Coca-Cola anda Bowlers Notes: Some of the :League softball play with a 6,3 Budweiser meets Schlitz Tues game with Southside Baptist North Central 202 521 4-16 IS pion Dick Chapman. shot a sizzling 32 going out but I

rolloff.a teams heading for the men's: ,' verdict over Community Spot- day at 7 while Wings plays Friday on Field No. 2. Grace 033 220 0-10 12, Former British Open cham slumped to a 38 coming in. His t

state tourney in Fort Lauder- lites at Lincoln field. Cleveland at 9. In Church League games last Strawn, Mixon and Addison; pion'- Kel Nagle. 146 total left him far behind the !
Pat Dees sponsor and part- I Four runs in the first inning Guy First Methodist leaders.
dale this weekend are Duke In Business action Friday night, Whitaker and Myers. I Former PGA champions -
League ,
time bowler of Gold Coast" says, Lumber, Gold Coast Restaurant turned the trick for the victors. unbeaten Fulps Radiator (4-0)) snapped its tie for the lead with First Baptist 203 220 3-12 10 1 Chick Harbert, Chandler Har- Former U.S. Open champ ,

"Wait until next year.withstoodthe Budweiser, Bank of Hawthorne, I I They scored two more in the and Howard's TV ((3-0) clash Parkview Baptist by handingthat Kanapaha 460 503 x-18 20 3 per, Denny Shute, Bob Resburg, Gene Littler also shot a 32 on i
Coca-Cola team I
The and McCoy Building Supply. third. team its first loss of the Powell, Peck and Home; Jones Jim Ferrier, Doug Ford, Vie the first nine. But he took a

last game drive of Ginny'sto I Robert Green had a single 'season, 14-9. and Kalch, Kenyon. I Ghezzi, Sam Snead, Jerry ,Barer triple bogey seven at the seventh -

become the UCWL champs.The Dot Bird retained her leadin and home run for Duval Shoe El rde Wins : In other Division II frays,, Division II > Jay Hebert, Lionel Hebert hole and carded a 71 for I
It the rolloff 2912-2904. the Class B at the
won Shop to lead the attack. Johnny Jim Turnesa Paul
First Presbyterian thumped Cal First Meth. 5101025-13 17 6 ,. Runyan.
team consists of Gerry Guen- Florida Women's Bowling Association Wilson tossed a strong two- MANILA (AP-Flash Elordeof vary Baptist 14-4 and Wesley P'kview Bapt. 303 0120- 13 7 Members of last U. S. Walker 142.Billy Maxwell added a 70 to '

ther ((438)); Trudie Culbreath Feathers(490) state tourney as it closed hitter, fanning eight. the Philippines defeated Tak- Methodist downed Southside Loggins and Howell Ki ns e y; Cup, America's Cup and World an opening 71 and remained a I
(493) Mary ; last weekend. Deane Yaun finished
; Play will resume tomorrow ashi Maisumoto of Baptist 18-6. Campbell, Allee and Ward. Amateur teams Richard Dav- contender at 141.
Charlotte McElwain ((446), and in third place in the ClassC Japan by a
Bettie Sprow (559)) with a high division. with Duncan Brothers meeting wide margin Saturday night in In Division I, Latter Day Calvary 004 004 1 8
Plummer's Barbers at 7:15 and his 11th defense of the Oriental Saints handed Highlands Pres First Presby. 404 42-14 16(

game Ginny's of 205.Hairstylist team con There will be a Women's City Bartley Temple taking on Rus- lightweight championship.Elorde byterian its first loss of the Gibson and Robinson, Ches Sil. tJfWI

sists of Ginny Sparks (sponsor), Association meeting at Palm at Lanesto 7:30( sell's Barbers at 9. weighed 135 pounds, hire; Fletcher and Vidal.

Roberts (Courtnay's betBowling Wednesday night Spotlites 000 200 1-322 two more than his opponent. It Southside 000 246 (6
Magi elect officers for the
I season. upcoming Duval Shoes 402 000 x-672 was a 12-round bout. GeorgetownCrew :Wesley 6525x-181< SANSABELT JAYMAR SLACK

Smith and Smith; Yates add .
c' The scratch Classic League f

will begin Tuesday at 9 p.m. Wins Sanchez. \\

All persons interested in form CITY LEAGUE WLPCI. ; )

StandingsFLORIDA ing new leagues should contact '. ____ s. a__ Budweiser Gainesville Wings 4 4 1 1JOC.80* \ ;
Warren Carson, manager ol & In Dad Schlitz 1 420C
NATIONAL BANKW Palm Lanes, or Hugh Crosby, L W Guy Cleveland WEEK'S GAMES \,

*W AS L assistant manager. PHILADELPHIA (AP- 7, Budweiser Tuesday vs. Schlitz; I, Guy I
WUhdrawls J A7YJ Welcome back to the fold Kay Georgetown University, facinga Cleveland vs. Gainesville Wings. -
Deposits 72"
.!t fl1 no: Thursday i
Forgers 72 60 Broadwell. strong headwind on the Schuy- 7, Schlitz vs. Gainesville Wings; f,
Bad Pennies 69YJ 62'h of .f 1 k Budweiser vs. Guy Cleveland.
f Silver Dollars 63 69 Nicky t kill River and previously uno'beaten BUSINESS LEAGUE

Cashiers Lucky Pennies 63 63 69'! the UCWL, is in the Alachua Marietta, Ohio, College (Division I) W L Pet.

; Dividends Returns 59'h 72V. General Hospital. varsity crew Saturday won the Post Office 3 1 .750 :
Bowling Bills 56 76 Bowlers will bowl more com x-Gainesville Livestock 3 1 .750 _
52 78 Dad Vail Regatta, emblematicof x-utihty Department 2 1 Ml:
t 49 13 fortably this summer. Palm Publix 2 1 ..66av.ATampa
1 Millionaires RESULTS I the championship of America's 2 2 .500
Wlthdrawls, 4. Debits O. Bowling Bills Lanes will have several more colleges. x-Sunnyland Backing 1 2 .333
J4 3. Lucky Pennies 1, Cashiers 1. DivIdends ventilating systems installed --- & junior rowing x-CWA 1 2 .313
p Silver Dollars 3V*. Bad Road Prison S 4 .000
Pennies 3.3V*. Deposits 2. Returns 2; They will be put in front of the I Georgetown's big 187-pound 6 x-does THIS not WEEK'S include last SCHEDULE night's games
t Forgers 2. Millionaires tele-scores. foot-2 varsity was away to a Tomorrow

ROYAL POULTRY BANTAMW L Bank of Newberry won the, I poor start but took the lead at Prison 6 30. vs.Utility CWA Dept.; 9:30 vs., Publix Gainesville; S, Road Livestock

Sharpshooters .u 49 32 27 Triple Tumblers league cham the quarter-mile mark and was 1. vs. Sunnyland: Packing. Field No. \ /Z:
Wacky Four /
Fantastic Four *} 33 pionship. I never headed. The Hoyas won Wednesday
:34 t:30 Post Office vs. HavATampaiJ
Thunderbirds Rolling Four 4) 35 Meeting of the men's handicap by three-quarters of a length Utility Dept. vs. Road Prison 0:30, _icIE.tlJ1
0 34 Publix vs. CWA. Field No. 2.
is set tomorrow night
& Spares
Strikes league
21 48 after having led by as as Thursday
Toppers 16 60 8 o'clock at Palm Lanes. 7, Post Office vs. Publix; 9, HavATampa -
Strikers the halfwa/
Lucky :two lengths at vs. Sunnyland. Field No. 2-
G & Spares 47 Lucky Strikers 0; I Palm Lanes is forming coffee ;mark. (Division II) \ il.Pi
Toppers for beginners and experienced I W L Pet.
!. FSnJattfc 4-1. Vo; Thund'rblrds 3. Wacky :- leagues bowlers out of the I The times for the Henley distance Fulps Howard's Radiator TV 4 3 0 0 1 1..ooo 000

J. of 1 5-16 milmes was 7:03. Sunland Training Ctr. 2 1 M7:
Pine Forest, Carol Estates and i S'ville Gas Co. 2 2' .500 '
INDUSTRIALW L Court Manor subdi St. Joseph's College of Philadelphia -Penn Chem 1 2 .333
Highland I
Center 42Yi '25Pepper General Electric 1 2 .333
; G'ville Shopping Printing Co. 42 041V I visions. Each team will consistof staged a flying finish to Medical Students 1 3 .250

I" Piggle McKlnney Park- reen Restaurant Insur. 40 5S J4V4!' 3 non-experienced bowlers I take second place as favored Smith THIS Sinclair WEEK'S SCHEDULE 0.4 .000 .Pi : : .

Allstate Birdsey Feed Insurance Mills 37 34V 31 31YJServlcemaster' and one experienced bowler. I I Marietta, last year's winner, '30, Fulps Tomorrow vs. Sunland; t, How :::
35Wi 35 32V They will begin Wednesday came in third. Amherst was ard's TV vs. Med Students ':30.

1 G'ville B&G Mitors Sun 29 33 39Paula morning, May 13, at 9:30: a.m. __ ..__.__.u._ ... __m._. ,____'__mmm u_'_"'___ :fourth, Fordham fifth and Drexel -Penn Chem vs GE. Field No.2Wednesday -
Auto Salvage 26 42 will 6:30, Smith Sinclair: vs. Gainesville I
Fla. Pest Control 25 43 The first three Wednesdays RIGHT-ANGLE TURN IS SHOWN Tech sixth. ,Gas; 8, Med Students vs. Penn
RESULTS be free instructions. The fourth 'hem; ?.30, Fulps vs. Howard's TV
Alisiale 4. Wonderllollse 0; PI 0 0 Ie: Trainer Jerks Leash Sharply The freshmen championship Field No. I ,
Park 4. G'vllle Sun 0; Paul's Auto 2. Wednesday will begin league was won by Marietta by almost Saturday
Fla. Pest. 2; Pepper Printing 4, S enr- 7. Sunland vs. Smith Sinclair; f, GE
Icemaster 0; G'ville Shop. Cent. 4. B& play. For further informationcall wo lengths in 7:11.7 for the is. Gainesville Gas. Field No. 2. i7111Ij
G Motors 0; Birdsey X" McKlnney 376-4654. CHURCH LEAGUE
Turns Henley distance. Georgetownwas (Division. I)
Greed CE BENEVOLENT ASSN. Winners in the Moose state Important second out Drexeln WLPC
BANTAM held in nosing I HIghlands Presbyterian ? 3 1 .750
w t bowling tournament a close finish. Purdue was :Latter Day Saints ?'? 31 .750
43* 161\ =First Baptist "Ik 2 2 .500
Rollers team
Holy Beach lodge
Cat 37 23FIreballs Daytona are fourth, LaSalle fifth and Howard I Canapaha Pres. '-'>?' 2 2 joo asset IB.wiy
Alley: 32'h 26 No. 2 consisting of A. J. Green, :Morth Central Baptist 2 2 joo HMa IM144 thff vaUt S** aftr
Wildcats 32 21 In University sixth. *race Presby.! 0 4 .000! snl.. aU.i7 atretclt Cnefttt wtft
Hot Shots 31 29 Bob Brown, Jim Pace Keith Dog Training THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE JOIt-hadl eitb JOIIo
StrikerS 30 30 Rollins College of Florida won Friday I
Lucky and Jim Duke sev-
28 32 Musgrove ,
Blue Devils the junior varsity championship 4:30 LOS vs. North Central Baptist
RebelsBlacklacks 24 36 enth. Musgrove and Duke second -I I S t. Highlands Presbyterian vs. First I,

Aces 22 24 w 36I in doubles, Musgrove placed ((This is another in a series of I steps out with the left. This turnis by one length over Mari I Ian iaptist VI.; Grace 9:30 Presbyterian.Kanapaha Field Presbyter.No.

I Holy Roller RESULTS 3. Wildcats 0; Lucky second in the singles, Duke lessons on obedience trainingfor also made when the dog is etta. The winning time was 1. (Division II) I
Strikers X Fireballs Oj Aces 2. Alley 12th Ted Arnold 23rd and Mus- dogs). 7:05.7. Georgetown was third, W L Pet.
Cats 2; Blue Devils 3. Blacklacks not looking, or when the dog is and First Methodist 4 0 1.000
Rebels 0. third in all-events. Trinity sixth. I>arkview Baptist* 3 1 -""-
0; Hot Shots 3. grove was .750 This is the
UNIVERSITY CITY WOMEN'S Brooks is LESSON NO. 3 a little ahead of the trainer. In The results shattered Mariet-;iouthcide Baptist 2 2 ..500Vesley most popular
Randy "Smiley" "
LEAGUE Methodist 2 2 .500
W L the new vice president of the Right-Angle turn this case, as the trainer turnson a's tremendous season record Irst Presbyterian 1 3 J50 i
Hairstylist $0 48 is nine- 'elvary Baptist 0 4 .000' Quality Slackin
Ginny's The right-angle ,
Coca Cola 80 4878V Industrial League. the left foot he lifts the right h which all three crews had THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE
4V* turn to the I
Gold First Coast Federal Restaurant 76 52 High Scores: Rollie Brunelleof ty-degree-angle his knee and strikes against thedog's ,b e en unbeaten and had VH:30 Parkview Friday Baptist vs. Calvary I America today!
The trainer pivots on
Old Milwaukee 71V 54V Park Restaurant had right. won 22 consecutive victories. Presbyterian; 8, First Methodist vs.
60 59 Piggie neck and chest. If the
Busch Bavarian left foot and steps out with the iouthside Baptist 9:30, Wesley vs.
Brown's Texaco Service 66 62 of the season's high seriesof First Presbyterian. Field No. 2.
BudweiserRutherford's 63 65 one right foot. The turn is made trainer is working with a small Yes, the fantastic appeal of Jtjnntr'i Saniabelt
Jones-Johnson Jewelers .2 5' 69 65 669 with a 252 high game. when the dog is not looking, and' dog, he should bump against Study Due Slack has amazed even us.For 9 out of 10 men who try
Thomas found the pocket Store
71 Harvey Sansabelt Slacks Sansabelt
Walt's Servicenter: 57 to Variety buy Slacks. The reason?
the leash is jerked sharply
Inn 49V* TtV* and Bill Schroeder him with his ankle or the insideof
Holiday 46 81 for a 622 set The patented,new,hidden waistband,designed in
Gas Co. after the trainer
G'ville Morley's SaMwIcPs 37 tI Birdsey Feed Mills had a the right his foot. In other words the On Athletes France that not only slims you trims yon it also
RESULTS makes the turn and has warnedthe Yankeetown In
4, Old Milwaukee 0; G'ville Gas ; leash holds the dog back while breathes with you, bends with you. Gina yon comfort
4. Coca Cola 0; Jones- Johnson 4. Gold 607.Mae Hill paced the finale of dog by saying, "Heel! the trainer steps into the dog SASKATOON (AP-The University and styling yon never thought possible-while it eliminates .
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Try on a pair
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CHESTER JGEMorI'y'S: W L 204 high game. Marion Nie- the discomfort caused becausehe "Lassie, heel!" -using a tone to spend $250,000 and 15 yearsin colors.You',.. never worn anything like them
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Three Centers A7 69 and scored a one-half length The left-angle turn is a ninetydegreeangle turn and went on to win the the study 216 boys in the weeks of play.
Penny Buffaloes Pinchers: 40V J2V 75V* 'victory over Inbalance in the turn to the $40,325 Illinois Derby by two first grade at Saskatoon schools Kay Stephenson probably will I West '

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I-I.1 : Twenty Years for Nuxhall i _- _ _ Florida .TopsGeorgia '- $;:

fll By M ARTHUR New York DALEY Times batters. I walked five, gave a couple of hits and let go a t 1-0,

couple of wild pitches. I don't know how many pitches I
YORK Twenty next month Joe Nuxhall
, years ago
threw all the to the screen.
made his major league debut for the Cincinnati
as pitcher
In BaseballContinued
Reds. "That didn't bother Stan Musial one bit. He stepped up to
This automatically establishes him elder statesman
as an -
the plate as if I was a needle-threader. He swung and. _
I of the Redleg staff and his
proficiency craftsman
as a
.J wham! it was a line drive over second. When I was

,back-of.the last season earned him recognition as Cincinnati's come- taken out, I didn't pitch another ball in the big leagues for J ( from Page 01) Georgia's finale, giving the
year performer. No doddering ancient is the big .
.. -r: .
lefthander eight years. Besides Reid's scratch single, Bulldogs a 9-11 overall mark
though. He's 35 old
only because he
years wasa The next time Nuxhall was treated with such total disre- the only other hits off Anderson -and 5-9 conference record.
mere 15 at the time of his debut the to
youngest ever
appear in the big time. spect was some ten or a dozen years later. It was the final w were singles to center by Pitcher Danny Eggart's three-

Nuxhall was in town the other game of the season against the Cubs and his manager was Paul Waldrop in the second and run homer helped the Gatorsto
day and he now is able to
laugh at an episode which had seemed to be tragedy Birdie Tebbetts. The whimsical Birdie is usually very busInesslike Larry Thompson in the seventh. Friday's win over the Bull-

pure when he yanks a pitcher but this was the end of dogs. Eggart to Adrian -
Anderson retired bulldogs gave
4 at the time. It was in the wartime year of 1944 that the S:44. way
the trail and he let his sense of humor take over. in between the second Zabala in the seventh when
majors were scraping deepest into the barrel in a row

frantic effort to keep going. The Reds manpower reached into a Hamilton a- "I had three lucky innings," recounted Joe with consider _____ 'iL i tr 4. -. I and sixth innings before issuinga Georgia rallied for three runs
I t
able glee. "Everyone was hitting those clotheline drives, real with Florida 6-1.
(Ohio) High School and plucked forth Joseph Henry Nux walk to Carroll Minick with leading

hall, aged 15 but 6 feet 3 inches tall and 200 pounds in weight"I ropes, but every smash was going straight into the gloves of two down in the sixth. He walked The Gators put a lock on the
the fielders. wearing me out. Then the line drives
They were win with in the
a run eighth
three in all and struck
never was so scared in my life, he said, "as only
to in for hits and out came Birdie to give
began me
drop and three in
more the ninth
:I as
t was on that June day of 1944. The one team that was least out six.
the thumb in the most painless fashion of all.
affected by manpower shortages and that still has more real Top Gator hitters were left Eggart posted his sixth win in
"Hey, Joe, he said. 'Are you married? I told him I was. 10 decisions.
pros than other the St. Louis Cardinals. Which fielder Jim Duncan pair of
any was team 'Got children?' he said. I told him I had two sons. a
i did I pitch against? The Cardinals in three and
of course. 'Do you love your wife and children?' he said. I acknow- singles attempts FLORIDA abriibl. GEORGIA ab r h bi

ledged that I did. second baseman Earll\fontgom.: Pendley 2000 Pickett cf 3000
13-1 Game Went to 18.1 double in Duncan 3020 Mann
and ss 3000
a single a
of here before ery,
"Then you better get out you get kill- Shannon 40 1 Mlnlck zb 3000

ed he said taking the ball from me and send- four tries. I 'Mntgmry 4020 Reid 3b 3010
"I into away Blomgren rf 3 1 1 0 Stellies rf 4000
got a losing in the We
game eighth inning. Florida 16-8
were win a
ing me to the showers. The gave Porter 3001 Thompson If 4 0 1 0
behind 13 to 1 when I entered. I retired two men. When I season record and a sweep of Elliott 4010Futch lb 2000
Morcroft ss 4010 a-Bagby lb 1000
left, the score was 18 to 1. Everything was a blur. Not Regained Amateur Rank JOE NUXHALL STARTED YOUNG the four-game series with the Anderson 3000 Waldrop c 3010

only was I unable to see the plate I barely could the Cain p 3000
see Pitched In Majors At Age 15 Bulldogs. Saturday's game was Totals 30 1 71 Totals 20030
a-flied out for Futch In 7th.
Nuzhall Is in the fact that he I
oddity pitched
an big ..... .
Florida .... ... 100 sos 0-1.
league ball at 15 and later returned to high school wherehe I Georgia .............. 000 000 --.

Friday AL Boxes regained his amateur standing. Then he. bounced around PO-A-Fta. 37-10 Ga. 277. LOB .Fla.
Allison Laces Double ;7. Ga. 6. 28 Montgomery. Blom
the minors for a while and was a polished pitcher when the gren. SB Montgomery. SDuncanPitchirg

""" Game E McAulitfe. PO-A Baltimore 30-10 i IP H R ER BB SCI
Reds summoned him back. He went as high as 17-
NEW YORK CLEVELAND Detroit 30-11. DP-McAullffe. Lumpe and a !Anderson (W4-1) .... 0 3 0 0 3 4
brfcW abrhbi Cash 2. LOB-Baltimore 13. Detroit 7. game winner and finally was shuttled off to Kan Cain (L, 3-2) ..,.. 0 7 1 1 3 3
Kubelt IS 5231 Howser ss 4010 28-Robinson, R. Brown.MIller.. WP Cain. BK-Anderson. U-Smith
RkWdson2b42708n 2b 3100 IP H ERBBSO game winner for Cincinnati last year in his comeback and Twins Top Kansas Cityrun I and Norris. T-l:45. A-540.

Lopez rf-It 5J 1 0 Wagner W 4 1 1 J Roberts ......... 7 S 3 3 3 5I and the minors
.Mantle cf 2 1 1 WhrtfiekJ Ib 3 0 1 I I Miller. W, 3-1 .... 3 2 0 0 1 1 sas City, the Angels once more. There he recouped FRIDAY'S GAME

'bGonzalez rf 0 1 0 0 Francona rf 4 0 1 (I Lolich ........... 21-333314 his skills to merit recall by the Reds. He was a 15- Florida ar r h bi Georgia abrhbi
( Tr.thlf 5010 Azcue c 4000 I Lary ............ 41-330031: Pendley 3b 4110 Pickett cf 2110
Moore lb 0000 Held$ cf 3000 I Sherry. L. 2-2 .... 11-3 2 1 1 0 2 ranked eighth among National Leaguers in earned run aver- I ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS, wiched around Wayne Causey's blast in the fourth. Jim .Duncan 11 O'Cal'gan cf 2110
Howard C 512 3Uvts 3b 3001 I HBP-By Lolich (Brown). by Lary .1 Shannon lb 4223 Mann ss 3110
PepTe Itxf 5121 John p 0001 I (Brandt 2). u-McKinley. Soar, Salerno ages, a truest mark of a top-flight moundsman. : (AP) Bob Allison laced a i two-base error on Tony Oliva'sgrounder .Gentile also singled in a run in Mnrgmylb Sl2OMlfllck 2b 4011

Terry Boyer p 3b 4 4 0 1 0 1 WAlker 1 McAAahon p p 0 100C 0 0 C, Valentine. T321. A-.J05. "I used to be a good hitter," he said, unable to resist the three run double into the left Allison, who also hita 'the fourth. Blomgren rf 5 2 2 1 Stellies Reid' 3b rf 5111 4010

aOiance 1111 Night Cam proudest boast of any pitcher. "But I'm.not any more. I even field corner, carrying Minnesota home run in the fourth, I Kansas City added a run in Porter Elliott c cf 4011 3131 Thom'son If 2000

Bell Kelley p p 0001 0001 CHICAGO sbrkbl. LOS ANGELES abrhbl was used as a pinch-hitter on occasions. past Kansas City 10-8 Sat- scored on Earl Battey's single. !the ninth when Colavito doubled Morcroft Eggart p ss 4 3123 1 1 0 Futch Bowdoin lb If :3011 4010

Totals Mil 1} t cLuplow Totals "S 1 0 0 (3Homered Buford H'shb-ger:3b cf 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 Fregosl Moran 3b u 4010 4000 "The biggest kick I ever got was during one stretch whileI urday in a homer.hitting con- The Athletics had built up 'home Ed Charles, who had Zabala p 1010 Waldrop Boston C c 2000 2000

.- for Walker In 6th b-Ran I Robinson rf 4000Adcock b 40 10 was with the Athletics. We played the Angels four games in their lead on Wayne Causey's :walked. Gray c 00040
for Mantle In tin c-struck out for Bell Hansen ss 3211 bDees 0000 test.Allison's
I In th. Cun'ham Ib 4000 Rodgers c 4010 Los Angeles and then came back home for four more. Whilewe double came after home run in the third, Manny i KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA Bagby Snipes p p 4010 0000

New Yrk ................ oe* MS-n Weis Nicholson 2b If 3 3010 02 Thomas Knoop 2b rf 3000 3000 were on the coast we had a split doubleheader. I tied the Twins, trailing 7-6, loaded Jimenez' three-run homer in the :. abrhbl abrbbi Totals 37 II U 0 Totals 37 4 f 1
Cleveland ..............
papa eel en-
4211 Versalles 4 1 2 0
Martin c 4010 Plersall If 3110 the first game as a pinch-hitter with a double off the the bases on two walks sand- third and Rocky Colavito's two- Causey ss ss Florida ._...-. ....... Oil 111 013-10
up dGreen 2b 3100 Rollins 3b 4111
E-Boyer, Pepitone. PO-A-New York Plzarro p 4111 McBridb p 2011 I Georgia .............. 100 OM 300<:-4
27-13 Cleveland 2711. DP-Boyer, Richardson Wilhelm p 000 ODullba p 0000 left field wall off my good friend, Art Fowler. I saw him Charles 3b 3100 Oliva rf 5120
d and Pepltone Pepltone Kubek .Torres 1000 Gentile Ib 4211 Hall cf 4321 E-Pendley. Montgomery 2. Po-A-
p and Pepltone. LOB-New York I, Cleve-- Latman p 0000 between games and he gave me hell. Colavito rf 5123 Allison If 4334 Fla. 27-10 Ga. 2711. DP-Mann, Minick I
land XJB Totals 34 3 i 3 Tetals 32151aGrounded Jimenez If 4113 Mlncher lb 3113 and Futch Mann and Futch. LOB-Fla.
j -Leper, Kubek 2. Howard 2. 3B- out for DullS In StIll bRan 'Art, I said to him. 'I was really looking for a slider Law PitchesPirates' Lau c 3000 bPower lb 1000 6. Ga. 11. Montgomery, Porter

Pepltone./ HR-Mantle, Chance Wagner. for Adcock In *th. but when you threw that outside pitch I couldn't resist.' Mathews cf 2000 Battey c 4021 Reid Futch. HR-Shannon. Blomgren. \
S Pena p 3000 Goryl 2b-3b 3010 Blomgren
-Terry. IP H R Chkag ................2.,. in 1t---4 'I know he said. "I wanted to jam with slider Aker p 0000 Bl'field 2b 0000 Eggart. SB-Pendley. Shannon.SF Elliott
ERBBSO you up a Bagby. S Mann. -
LIs Angeles ............... 001 ooo ooo-l 1000
WI-I...... Grzenda p 0000 Stange p bb *
Terry t 5 3 3 2 5 Pitching IP ft r *r s
John L M ........ 1-3 4 3 3 I II E-Knoop. PO-A Chicago 27-, Los Angeles but Bill Rigney ordered me to keep the ball outisde. cAlusilc 0000 Roland p 0000 Eggart (W, *4) 7 f 4 4 3 3
McMahon ...... l231 2 2 3 1 2715. LOB-Chicago 10. Los Angeles Handrah'n p 0 0 0 0 Fischer p 0000 Zabala .., 2 0 0 0 0 1 :3
Walker ......... 4 2 I 003: 4. Win aAHen 1000 BagbY (I, 3-3) 1-3 16 10 10 3 2
Kelley .......... 2 2-3 S 5 5 2 1 2B-Nicholson* Plersall. HR-Hansen. He 'Lost' tJuSlider"Back Arrigo p 2000 Snipes 2-3 0 0 0 1 1
Bell ............ 1-31 0 0 0 0 I Pizarro. Totals ...51 IS' Totals' 34 il 14 la U Norris and Smith. T-2:10. A-175.
WP-McMahon. U-DIMuro, Paparella, IP + H R ERBBSO A-Called out on strikes for Fischer In -
Drummond Umont. T-2:40. A 20,177. EPIazarro W, 2-0 5 2-3 5 1 1 0 I we came to K. C. and Fowler's on the hill again 5th; b-Popped out for Mincher In 7th;
eplazarro W. 2-0 12-35 1 1 0 3 C-Walked for Grzenda In Ith. Roth VictorFORT
and PITTSBURGH (AP) Ver- runs in the opening inning. Wil- Kansas ............. 004 300 001-
Night Cam Wilhelm ......... 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 I'm up.once more as a pinch-hitter. I felt that Rigney City
BOSTON WASHINGTON McBride. L, Vs+4i *i'-i-H. 4i H non Law, backed by lusty hit lie Stargell drove in two with a Minnesota ....... .... .. 100 203 40x-10
brhW. abrhbi Dulls .1 2.3..3.0..0..0..1 would permit him to use the slider this time. I was right. E Rollins Causey. PO-A-Kansas
Jones 2b 5010 Cottier 2b 2000 Latman ........ 1 0 0 0 0 1 He threw me a slider. I hit it over the wall for three-run ting, pitched a nifty five-hitter bloop double and Bill Mazeroski City 24-30. Minnesota 27-10. DP-Charles, LAUDERDALE (
Bressoud ss 4112 cBrVame 2b 1 0 0 0 HBP By McBride_(Hansen). U a against Milwaukee Saturday for added a two-run homer. D. Green and Gentile Causey. D. Green Nancy Roth of Hollywood, Fla.,
Y'trz-skl cf 3 2 1 1 Brlnkman ss 3 0 0 0 Napp Rice Stewart Stlens. T 2:11.A homer." and Gentile. LOB-Kansas City 7, Minnesota -
Malzone, 3t 5100 eKIng 1000 5344. his first victory of the season as Stargell drove in another 7. utilizing "the most consistentlygood I
Stuart lb 5022 Hinton If 5010 Nuxhall has been a pitcher of solid competence over the pairof JB-Allison, Colavito. HR-Rollins. Cau- done "
Clinton rf 5221 Skowron lb 4010 Pittsburgh downed the Braves runs in the seventh inning sey Jimenez Colavlto Hall Allison putting I've ever ,
Conlgllaro If 3 2 2 1 Lock rf 2100 EDS la pitching sums read It.......... years. Yet he never has been quite good engough to rate Mincher. -D. Green.IP. the Southern Women's Am-
Tllbnan c 2100 Leppert c 4010 McBride. U 1-5 .. '1-3 3 3 i a I 1 admittance to the Hall of Fame. But he still will hold one 10-0. with a bases-loaded single. .H R ERBBSO won
SranswIckp2000Hunjd 2111 Pena S1-3 10 4 1 2 ateur Golf Championship Sat- :
aGelger 1010 Kennedy 3b 4 1 2 2 Night Cam distinction none of the immortals can match. He will rank Law, who is attempting a Pittsburgh loaded the bases AkerL.0.1 1 2 2 2 1 housewife
Radatz p 0000 Narum p 2000 KANSAS CITY MINNESOTA for the third time in the Grzenda 2.3 1 0 0 1 0 urday by defeating
Rldilk p 0000 brbbi abrhW probably forever as the youngest ever to take part in comeback this season after being gamein Handrahan 1 1 0 0 0 o Lee 7 and 5.

Duckworth p 0 0 0 0 Causey u 4120 Rollins 3b 4101 a big league ball game.CUBS retired of the eighth inning and scored Stange 22-3 2 4 4 4 3 Paulette
bPhiiilps 1000 D. Green 2b. 0 1 2 Oliva rf 4021 voluntarily two Roland 0 0 0 0 2 0 The sandy-haired 25yearoldwas
Bouldln p 0000 Charles 3b 410 Allison Ib 5000 last allowed only a doubleto more runs on a double by Fischer 21-32 3 3 2 2
year, when Mrs.
dBrumley I 0 0 0 Colavlto rf 4010 Hall cf 3113 Manny Mota. Mota also drovein Arrlgo W. 2-0 4 1 1 1 2 7 six over par 79
Titus 35 10 7 Tetals :31 3 3 Gentile lb 1100 Killebrew If 4000 Lee Maye and four singles. x-Faced 2 men In 3rd. Coral Gables Fla. lost
a_Singled for Spanswick In 7th b- Mathews SOl3Battey c 4000 a run in the sixth with a HBP-By Handrahan (Rollins). WP- 'Lee, of ,
Filed out for Duckworth In 7th; Walked Edwards c 4010 Versa lies ss 2 1 1 0 BOMBARD The big right-hander, who has Grzenda.: pB-Lau. U-Flaherty, CarrI-'I. the 31st hole.
single. on
for Cottier In 7th; d-Walked, for Bouldln Edwards c 4 0 1 BI'mfield 2b 1 0 0 00Lau lost twice collected two singles'... gan. Haller. Hurley. T-3:17. A- .2l>. _
I In fth; *Struck out for Brlnkman In ,th. c 1111 cGoryl 2b 31 1 0 '
Reynolds If 3 1 1 Arrlgo p 0000 limself.

e' 'StOll ................... *ia IH 7tofW.sllinttOll SeguIp 0000 Perry p 0000
.............. too til eo.-I aDuncan 1 110 bMlncher 1 0 0Hanctrah'n The Pirates exploded for five
: p 1 000 Slebler p 0000 HOUSTON 91CHICAGO
E-Stuart, Brlnkman. PO-A-Boston 37-- Aker p 0 0 0 0 dL. Green 010 0 MILWAUKEE .PITTSBURGH
11, Washington 27-10. DP-Cottier, Brink.. O'Don'hu pl' 1 OStlgman p 0000 abrhbi. abrhbiGabrMson
man and Skowron; Hunt. Brlnkman and eAluslk 1 000 Power 1000 lb 4 0 0 Alley ss 4110
Collier; Malzone, Jones and Stuart. LOB Wyaitp 1 000 Dailey p 0000 Mathews 3b 4 0 1 0 Mota cf 4143
Boston 6. Washington f.JB tiAllen 1000 (AP-The) Chicago handcuffed Hoerner Aaron rf 4010 Clemente rf 5 2 2 0
were by
-Clinton. Conigliaro. Stuart. HR- Torre c 3000 Freese 3b. 3100 *
Yastrzemskt. Kennedy Clinton. S-Ra-: Totals 35 <11 i Totals 23555 Cubs batted around in a seven- and Larry Yellen. Maye If 301 Stargell If 5124
datz. SF-Hunt. Aloud 2000 Clenden'n lb 4 0 0 0 Just $7 a month more
IP H R ERBBSOSpanswick a_Singled for Segul In 2nd; b-Popped run first inning, enabling lefty HOUSTON CHICAGO Boiling Jb 3 0 0 Mazer'ski 2b 4112
W. 1-2 6 5 3 3 4 1 I out for Perry In 2nd) c-Walked for Dick abrhbi lit ,II'" Menke ss 3010 Pagllaronl c 3 2 1 0
Radatz .........3 1 0 0 3 J i Bloomfield In 4th; d Walked for Siebler Ellsworth to coast to a 9-1 Llllis 2b 4010 Stewart 2b 5 1 1 0 Lemaster 0000Lawp 3120
N.rumLl-1..31.3 6 5 5 3 4 I In 4th) e-Struck out for O'Donoghue In11th triumph over the Houston Colts Kasko ss 4010 Brock rf 41 1 0 Smith p 0000
Rldzlk ........... 1-33 4 0 1 CI ) f-Filed out for Stlgman In Ith; White rf 4 0 0 B.Will'ms If 3110 aCarty 1000
Duckworth ...... W' 0 0 f 4 I g-hft home run. foe Edwards In 10th; Saturday.The Wynn cf 3010 Santo eb 3111 Nierko p 0000
Bouldln .........2 1 0 0 2 CI t h-Grounaed out for Dailey In 10th Aspronte 3b 40 1 Banks lb 4112 De la Hoz 1000
WP-Spanswick 3. Honochlck. Cubs' booming start in- Spangler If 2110 Rodgers ss 2222
L Smith Klnnamon. f 2:57. A 7,45. Rung I Kansas City ............. 321 CO* 000 1-6 Yellen p 1000 Bertell c 4 1 1 1 Hoeft p 0000
Minnesota .............. MO lot M* a-jE cluded a two-run homer by Billy -bFox 1000 Cowan cf 41 1 2 cCline 1010Tlefen'r

IALTIMORE DETROIT Cowan off Joe Hoerner, who Staub Bateman 1 c 3000 3. l Ellsworth p 3001 Totals p 2>0000 0 S 0 .Totals 35 IIJ3a .>

abrhW abrhblBrandt -None. PO-A-Kansas City 30-14, Minnesota _Popped up for Smith in 34d;, b- .
cf 412 IMcAuIIffe ss 4 1 1 cAparkio I 30-10. DP-Bloomfield, Versalles had replaced starter and loser, Johnson p 0000 Grounded out for Nierko in 6th; c-sln- .4. +
ss 4000 Lumpe 2b 5 1 1 C I and Allison; Aker Edwards and Gentile. Ken Johnson. aW.WIIIms Hoerner/ p 1000 2000 gled for Hoeft In Ith. .4., S .

Bowens Siebern lb rf 312 SOlOKaIInerf Cash 1b 5121 4021 LOB 2B-Ollva Kansas, City 12. Minnesota 10. After Andre leadoff Totals 32141 Totals 32000 Milwaukee .... .... ..... 00 ON 000-0 : .
Mathews Colavito. 3B Ver Rodgers'
Robinson 3b 5 0 3 2 Bruton If 4011 salles.- HR-Hall, Lau. -D. Green.- a_Hit Into force play for Hoerner In Pittsburgh .... ._. .. ..500.100 22x-10E .. .
I homer in the third the Cubs 5th; b-Filed out for Yellen In 9th. -
Powell If 5000 Demeter cf 4 0 0 C Causey. SF Oliva. -Alou, Tiefenauer. Mathews. PO-A
Snyder If 0000 Freehan c 200C IP H R ER II SO Houstoa 000 010 000-1 Pittsburgh 27-15 Milwaukee 24-14. DP-
R. Brown c 4 1 1 Wert 3b 4000 Segul ........... 1 1 0 0 1 0 Chicago .701 000 Olx-9 Allen and Clendenon; Law Allen and
S bSaverln 0 1 0 Lolich p 1 000 Handrahan ..... 1 1-3 1 0 0 4 0 Clendenon; Menkei Boiling and Gabriel-
Orslno 0000Laryp 2001 xAker ........... 2.3 0 0 John Nelson Chicago 27-14. DP-Ellsworth, Stewartand son. LOB-Pittsburgh 7. Milwaukee 4. .,
Adalr 2b 4021 Sherry p 0 0 0 C O'Donoghue ..... 4 2 1 1 2 1 Houston Banks,; Rodgers and Banks. LOB- 28-Stargell. Maye Mota. HR-Mazer- \., ,.- ,, :
Roberts p 300 OeG. Brown 100 I wyatt. W. 3-1 .... 3 1 0 0 0 0 5 Chicago 4. oskL S-Mota Law. : : .
aKIrkland p 0 0 0 0 Arrigo .......... 11-33 5 5 3 1 JB-Banks. B. Williams. Kasko ROdg-, ...IP H R ERBOSOLawW12..0 .
Miller 0000 Perry .. 2-31 0000Slebler Shows ers. HR-Cowa" Rodgers. SF-Rodgers
p WayContinued 5 0 0 0 2
Totals 3t 4 11 4 Totals M 3 7 !I ::::::::: 2 2 0 S 2 3 Ellsworth. 3 IP Lemaster L, 2-2 1-3 3 4 4 1 0
\ __Walked for Roberts In Ith; b-Rat Stigman ........4 2 0 0 2 5 Smith .,12-33 1 l 0 0
xJohnson I. 2-3 ... 0 4 5 5 1 0
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'O5 Gainesville Sun Sunday May 10, 1964

Fulbright -

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.f" I IM.IlKEI'I J.I L .. ."/i-l 44 Speaks On / "! .f"

REVIEW 4 fi"t' France CubaNEW
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YORK (APElaborating ) .

I on his "old myths and new -

Trade realities" foreign policy speech, _
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES MAY 7 Groups Building Permits Fred Mason build residence 4321 NW driving while Intoxicated 10 days or
Low Close Net Sen. J. William Fulbright, D- City 17th PL. 33000. $150 Department of Public Safety to
Chg. I
i High out Jim Walter Corp., build residence, 5285 revoke driver's license; no drivers It-
Ark. spoke on James R. Yaufman addition to dwelling
J (C) New York Time NW Fourth Ave.. 36000. cense on person while driving.
1367 NE 31st Ave. $100.
Ameri A. w. Fletcher build residence: 5801
two countries troubling
25 Roils 138.17 136.52 137.73 Up .84 Waldo Annie Rd.H.. $300.Cope repair dwelling. 1621 NW 19ttl PU 25000. Willie Williams. 901 NW Third Ave..
ca-Cuba and France. possession of $50 30
25 Industrials 835.91 821.40 828.64 Up ,67 Also Optimistic Arthur Manaro. repair business. 2120 Court ef Retard and disorderly boiita$25 or 10 or days.days drunk
Hawthorne Rd. $300.
characterized Cubaas
Marriage License Applications
50 Stocks 487.04 478.96 483.18 Up .75 Fulbright Archie EdWards. repair dwelling. flO I James Aaron Sawyer. 1315 SE 15th
-- serious threat to the NE Second Ave.. $540.
no Charles Sepncer Kinard Gainesville. Ave., disorderly conduct by fighting with

: NEW YORK (AP-Tbe bloom! during the week estimated at United States or Western Europe NW VIrgie Sixth H.St.Warren. $100. repair dwelling U31 and Illinois.Margarita Rodriguez Scheller Park Wahl knife Jr.five, 236 days SE and First$25 or St..10 drunkenness.days. Harry

STOCK I is remaining on the economy as 181,629 passenger cars. This but a grave threat to ,SE Arnold Seventh D.Ave.Doresey.. 4100.build dwelling. 1014 I-Bell L. McNeil C. Thomas Gainesville.Gainesville and Vine 20 days.

| FLASHES spring progresses. compares with 179,237 assem. Latin America. W. V. Wilmot, air conditioning for Durward Alden Van Bebber Jr., Jacksonville Dora Taltulah Gwynes Jacksonville,
dwelling 3945 SW Third Ave. St50.
and Geraldine Louise Dean.M drunkenness
F $25 or 10 days. U E:
,, MARKET i President Johnson and his bled the previous week and France, he said, is vital to a G. A. Rafferty central heating and NE ( cfYiee Culfport. Miss., drunkenness. $25 or 10 .
alrconditionlng for dwelling. 1409 =
Peterson. Gainesville, and days. Willie Holmes 900 SE Seventh
confi- 170,430 a year ago. General. North Atlantic community of 14th Ter.. 1300.
I economists expressed Shirley lea Wilson Gainesville. Ave.. drunkenness, $35 or 10 days. James '
.'- NEW YORK (AP-The stock the week at 828.57, for a sub- dence in the business outlook Motors and Ford worked some, nations and should be a leading Univ.Ray Ave.Brannon.. JiOOO repair dwelling. 1630 W. Christine Oliver Anderson Harriet Jr.Henderson. Gainesville.Gaines and Thomas ness. $25 or 305 10 SW days.Eighth Ave. drunken-

i market last week ended a two- stantial net gain of 11.47. during the week plants overtime. partner in such a community. Ben F. Yarbrough.. build warehouse. ville.
720 SE 12th Ave. $4,000.
Barton Eugene Thrasher Jr.. Gainesville James Blackshlre,
610 NW Sixth Ave..
: week digestion of its previous Volume was 26,796,270 shares The National Production in April totaled Writing for the "Speaking Allan Gobia. addition to dwelling.' 2033 and Glenda: Jane Moon. Gainesville. no driver's license $30 or 12 days; drivIng -

and advanced to new compared with 27,811,850 the Retail Mer. 786,222 cars, highest in historyfor the Hawthorne Rd., $200. Hugh Whitman Harling Jr., Gainesville while Intoxicated dismissed. Gerald
gains Out" column of Saturday G. M. Davis. Inc. build dwelling 3705 and Jennifer Barbara Brown Frederick Jones 507 SE Second St. and

; record peaks in the popular previous week. chants AssociaWeek the month, and manufactur. Evening Post, the chairman of SW Hal Fifth C. PL Batey. $20,000.Sr. repair dwelling 604 Gainesville.Will Goodlow. Wolz Gainesville. and *Dale 77 NE Griffiths.13th Ave., speeding. $20. Roger ,
226 SW Fourth Ave.,
averages. The five most active issues tion and the National ers scheduled an output of 761-.. the Senate Foreign Relations NE Seventh Ave., 465. Mary Nell Lowe, Gainesville. stop sign. $7.50 or three days. Part Sandy ran
; last week on the New York in 000 for May. Mrs. Lula B. Davis. repair dwelling. Divorces Started McCormick 731 NE Fourth Ave., failure
: of Association Committee said: 1)28 NE Seventh St.. $475.P. Alma B. Ricard v. Samuel G. Rlcard. to yield right-of-way. $20 or 10 days.
; Prices rose on every one Stock Exchange were: of Pur Steel production maintained a Caribbean R. Gross.. repair dwelling 115 NE Jacqueline Cole v. C. R. Cole. Aubrey Bryon McMillan Sr.. 1036 NE
BusInessare l "The problems of the 10th PL. $325.Hendrix Nellie R. Mayfield v. James R. May-I 28th Ave., failure to
except yield right-of-way
1 the five trading days
.. .Texas Gulf Sulphur, up 1% at ChasingAgentS high rate although it dipped difficult but unless : Furniture Store. repair business field.Doris 1 20. Carole Ann Lyons. 26 SW 12th St..
the last. The advance on aver- are : 1005 NW Fifth Ave., $445. J. Davis v. Herbert W. Davis. expired
l driver's license, $20
54lOn shares the week below the orVo"da0n
1,591,500 ; Chrysler optimistic. during pre-they are made the focus of a Lillie Hunter. 2331 SE Hawthorne Rd., Ethelwyn L. Hall v. Bruce B. Hall.

age was the greatest weeklygain up 4% at 51%; Curtis Pub- Automo bile vious week's level for only the $200. dwellIng ., Mary Frances Lester v. General C.
the Clint D. Benton Jr. addition to
:: clash of interests between Lester. oil;* Fillmore.*. 212 Nw Seventh Ave..
of 1964. lishing, off 2% at 15; Radio and steel production continuedat the third time this year. Mills 1415 NW 25th Ter. $170. Linda Rush v. Gary Rush. shoplifting.! $25 or 10 days. Maxine Stan-
: great powers as in the missile E. W. Koerner aircondition dwelling. Alexander Bradley v. Alberta Bradley. ell Gaddum. 1012 NE 20th Ave..
: The Associated Press aver Corp., off V4 at 33%; and Amer- high levels. turned out 2,456,000 tons against, of 1962 300 SW 41st St.. $850. Iva Dell Holmes v. Richard T. Holmes. dog. $20 or 10 days. Clyde Hubert Gunter
they are
confrontation Joe Wise Jr., aircondition dwelling. 3915 New Suits Begun Since April 17. 1402 NE 14th
ican off 1% 14 the week. pl" driving while IntoxiL50
Motors at %. previous -
of 60 stocks rose 3.4 to Johnson told of ad- 2,464,000 SW Third Ave., $850.
1 age a group not in themselves the issues William and Mayne Ruth Ormund v. caSed or 60 days. drivers license
j ad- U.S. government bonds maintained The industry has operated at, Sen. Red Cross. atrcondition dwelling. J. C. and Mema Ray Raines mortgage revoked three months. !
306.5 its largest weekly vertising executives that as longas which likely to precipitatea 3524 NW lath Ave$1,200.. foreclosure.
are ,
vance since the week ended a steady upward course. business labor and govern- about 77 per cent of estimated P. C. Keeter. repair business 703 N Hartford Federal Savings and Loan signed written please of guilty: Wan-
third world war or to determine Main St., $1,000. v. Gilbert F. and Jane K. Beck mortgage dell Marcus Riddell. Rfran red t
Dec. 7, when it gained 3.7. The corporate market remained ment operate in an atmosphereof capacity this year.Intaglio world Denny Concrete Products Co.. build foreclosure. light S10. Melvin| Glen Woods 1535 a NW ",
of politics
inactive and little changed as it the shape ,Silos *24 S. Main St.. 8000. Mid-State Homes, Inc. v. Leroy Peterson Fifth Ave., running stop sign $10. Glen
The indicators: mutual trust, he sees no rea- PrintsGo in the decades to come. Norwood Hope.. remodel business '15 and wife. mortgage foreclosure.E. Maurice Stokes. 713 NW 10th Ave., workIng ,.
has been for months. E. Univ. Ave. $300.
The Asso-
why the economic expansion E. Smith and Martin Chitty v. Arthur for state without Florida license
son which Count Booth, addition to dwelling 1289
"The problems are T. and Betty R. Garibaldi mortgage plates $20.
I AP average 307.4; Standard ciated Press average of 60 Issues should not continue.His SW 21st Ave.. $600. foreclosure.
to be decisive Shaw and Keeter. raze dwelling 104 Burt Harold English, IS SE 12th St.,
DisplayAt much more likely Alachua
on Robert
& Poor's 500-stock index 81.15, traded on the exchange SW Second St.. $400. County v. Dinda con- drunkenness. $25. Charles Edward Amos,
' belief was echoed by his stem from relations with the Melvin Rubin build demnation. 3101 SW 34th St., drunkenness, $25. Wil-
and Dow Jones industrial average showed no over-all change with our Dr. and Mrs. Alachua County v. Eddy Bradley. condemnation
chief economic adviser WalterW. UF dwelling. 1122 NW 20th Dr. 30000. liam Frederick Sutterer. 401 NW 34th
each GalleryThere two great of the Com- Ter.. S10. Michael l Brooke
830.17. component moving a minimum powers Hugh Edwards, Inc.* build dwellingsat Sal Chuck Tuzzeo V. Ollie Harrot Getson. 1424
Heller, Secretary of the munist world and our relations the following locations: 2309 NE 16th Phlpps damages..Charles NW Fifth Ave.. parking In truck loading
The Dow industrials closedIN amount. Ter.. tt.500; 1517 NE 29th Ave.. $8,700; zone. $5. Kathleen Mary Burch. 1912 SW
Volume totaled $52,768,000 I Treasury Douglas Dillon and will be a special showing with our free world allies. It 1601 NE 28th Ave., $8,700; 1615 NE 28th Green. damages.Newmans V. Rufus Lynn 14th Ter.. failure to yield right of way.
OF THE of Commerce LutherN. artist Ave., $8,700; 1607 NE 28th Ave.. $9,000; Sammie Rivers S2.S.John
THE CIRCUIT COURT Secretary of intaglio prints by v. Walton W. Bryan.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. value compared with $59,016000 ,- was with respect to these pro -1619 NE 28th Ave.. 8.700; 1516 NE 28th damages. G. Hubbard 528 SE First Ave..
AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA. the previous week two- Hodges. Leon M. Hicks today from 2-5 lems-the issues of our [Ave.. $8,700; 2817 NE 16th Ter. $8,700; Mary Elizabeth Black, v. Andrew W. U-Turn $10. John F. Scales Town and
I a Uni, supreme 1602 NE 28th Ave.. $8,700; 1608 NE 28th Brown. Jr., and Mary McFadden Brown Country Trailer Park speeding. $10.
LAW NO. month high. I "The present business recov- p.m. at Gallery X on the time-that I sought (in the Sen- Ave., $3,500. damages. Michael Henry Cole 736 SE Fourth Ave.,

ALACHUA COUNTY. a Political SubdIvIsIon is a healthier longer and versity of Florida campus. I Alachua County v. Robert David, condemnation parking in truck loading zone, $5.
ery March 25) to provoke County .
of the State of Florida.Petitioner. ate speech ,I Robert Swarthout 153 Fletcher J..
_, stronger expansion than we Hicks a recent graduate of and to suggest that G. M. Davis Inc. build residence. Gamble United Bowling Service Inc., parking within five feet of fireplug $7.50.
Industl'YMay of will be discussion, 3301 NW 28th Ave., 28000. v. Gainesville Bowling Center Inc., debt. John Jones Upchurch. 221 SW 13th St.,
the University Iowa residences at the following -
andI build
have achieved in E. E. Smith
v.Eddy peacetime
Bradley et aU when placed in perspective, AMF Pinspotters. Inc. v. Gainesville parking In truck loading zone. $5.
46th Ter.
Defendants.NOTICE would there is no end in on hand to discuss his work. locations: 2325 .SE Bowling Center. debt. Richard C. Clayton 1928 NW ,Third Ave I
OF EMINENT DOMAIN PRO- say such issues as Cuba have en- 000; 2329 SE 46th Ter. $6,000. AMF Pinspotters Inc. v. Gainesville parking In truck loading zone. $5. David
NOTICE OF RULE NISI Aid sight," Heller commented.He The exhibition will be held T. D. Zetrouer, build residence. 3321 Bowling Center. rent. George Decker. 903 S 13th St., careless
CEEDING: 29. Regular gallery gaged our attention to a degreeout NW 28th Ave., $23,000. Donald V. Morgan v. William Llnz- driving $25. Maurice Boyde. 2236 NW _
IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHOR- expressed the opinion that through May to their Hugh Edwards. Inc. build. residence. mayer and Dorothy Posey, damages. Ninth PI., running stop sign. $10. Sandra
p L. > ITY OF ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA hours are 9-12 a.m. and 2-5 p.m. of all proportion 3310 NW 28th Ave.. $12,000.Gladys 7316 Lillian G. Edwards v. The Life and U Shealy Raiford Fla. ran red light. !
[ f TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.! the tax cut, enacted in Febru- real importance." Boston build residence Casualty Ins. Co. of Tenn., money due. $25. Tommy l_ Hanklson. 921 SE Fifth
! > and to all persons and parties claiming! Poverty.War has to Monday through Friday. NW 23rd Ave.. $6400. Carlos Hope Electric Co., Inc. v. Frank Ave.. reckless driving. $25.
f or having any right title Interest. estate. ary, yet produce a great I M. Perpa d-b-a Holiday Inn of Gainesville Harry Melvin Philpott 312 NW 23rd I
r mortgage or other lien to or on those impact on business but added: 1 debt. St.. careless driving. 25. Charles Robe
certain parcels of land hereinafter described HOT SPRINGS Va. (AP) Decrees Granted son. 1227 NE Third Ave.. running red I
and the following persons. together "We expect a gradual swellingof Alma B. Ricard v. Samuel G. Ricard. light $15. Cecilia Munn Ptacek. 1011 NW \
I with all unknown persons claimIng Top industrialists Saturday Grand Indicts divorce. 23rd Blvd., ran red light $10. James
I 1 by. through or under known persons the tide, not a tidal burst. Mass. Jury :Jane Davis Riley v. Donald Clair Leonard Brown Archer careless drive I
known to voiced interest in-and in some
who are dead, or who are not Riley. divorce. log $25.Eddie.
The National Retail Mer-
be dead or alive: cases cautious approval of-a Wilma Jean Steptoe v. Manning L. Sharp, Ft. Hood. Texas speedIng ,
SECTION J45D7-M81 N.W. M AVENUE chants Association with a mem- Steptoe. divorce. $10; no valid driver's license on his
ALACHUA COUNTY NAMES & AD- proposal that American corpor- Bernadette T. Mahn v. Stephen J. person $20. David Charles Koger Rt.
DRESSES bership of 11,000 department, Mahn. divorce. 3, careless driving $25. Palmer Bradley, 1-
Eddy Bradley ations amass a $30-million war Politicians in StateAtty. William K. Hunter Jr. v. Lacy F. 1617 SE 12th PL careless driving. $25.
Address Unknown chest to help finance the attack specialty and variety stores, Top Hunter divorce. Herbert Allen Pons, Waldo. operating a
ACRD No. 37 predicted a 5 cent increasein Delia LeClaire v. Thomas LeClalre. vehicle with no driver license $20.
L Alex Brown on hometown property.The per divorce. George Bates Merrill Sr., 203 NW 15th
I Kay Street retail sales and an 8 per cent -- Marilyn F. Putnam v. Dean Ross Putnam St.. careless driving. $25. Thomas Ira
I Tampa. Florida idea was presented Friday Brooke, will be arraigned as soon as divroce. Miller, Newberry. improper license tag
Edward W.
; ACRDNO.31 Shriver gain in profits in the second half BOSTON (AP) A wholesale Gen. Union Finance Company v. Jacob D. $20; no valid state driver's license $20; I
Essie Mae Brown night by Sargent to of this batch of indictments has des- a Republican, directed presentation -possible.The Dodson and Lila Dodson mortgage fore- Driving while Intoxicated S150 (driver's
Kay Street about 100 of the country's biggest year. closure dismissed. license suspended for three months).
Tampa. Florida This based of cended on top figures in both of the evidence during the Adia Hagan v. violet C. Hagan divorce. Rebecca M. Orr 4022 NW 36th SL, Improper -
poll the
was on a evidence
ACRDNo.3$ businessmen attending the put First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. turn $25.
Refus Brown Single of the Business its members, who were more major political parties in Massa- 10 weeks the jury was sitting. grand jury was gathered by the of Jacksonville v. Olus A. Harris and Reglnal W. Chess 710 NW 12th St..
Miami Florida spring meeting wife. Beneficial Finance Co., and Susan ran red light, $20. Ray E. Rose, 321
in investigation !-
ACRD No. 38 Council. The council offers voluntary optimistic about the second half chusetts a sweeping Brooke said suppression of: State Crime Commission, a Williams, mortgage foreclosure. NW 21st St., ran stop sign. $5. Spencer
Sam Brown of corruption in the state legislation was involved in mostof Prudential Insurance Co. v. Charles Long 1307 NE First St., ran red light, )
ASS William Street research and technical than they had been about the body established last year by E. and Shirley Steger mortgage fore- $10. Billy Joe Ladd, 2032 NW Eighth
Buffalo 8. New York first half. government.A the allegations. He said the the Its membership closure. St., speeding, $10.
ACRD No. 31 advice to federal agencies. I legislature. Gainesville Production Credit Assn. v. Barbara Ann Jones. 2322 SE 13th St..
Ore Mae Brown Shriver director of President The National Association of special grand jury returned legislation would have affected consists of prominent private J. A. Deans Jr. and wife. dismissed. ran stop sign, $10. Carlton Eugene Keadle

1 485 Buffalo William 8. New Street York Johnson's task force on poverty, Purchasing Agents, whose 137 indictments against 26 per. agencies handling small loans. citizens of both parties but no City Court 125.Carlos Bernice Hope Pasteur Electrical Beasley Co., speeding NE 23rd

ACRD No. 3S members for industry sons Friday charging such Also indicted 10 Judge W. w. Hampton May S Blvd., failure to yield right-of-way. $50. i
SECTION 2AS07-M91 N.W.. 23 AVENUE invited industry to contribute buy products were corporations current officeholders. John Glenn Joos Ideal Trailer Court, ,

ALACHUA COUNTY DESCRIPTIONS funds for the financing of 10 forecast that "a buyers' crimes as bribery, larceny, requesting including nine small loan The following: J-Turn $10. James Gordon Pert 2014
accused of re- -were fined: Robert Eric Blackburn. NW 35th Ave.. $10. Henry Wright Jr.,
Thompson was
ft' That part of: cent of local community action market will generally prevail"for bribes and conspiracy.The companies and 17 of their offi Jacksonville driving while Intoxicated. 830 NW Seventh Ave., $20. Daniel Ralph
I The East Half (EY!) of the Northeast questioning and accepting bribes S150 or 60 days, license revoked for 90 McDuffie; 820 NE Juts St.. ran red light
I Quarter (NE) of Section 32 T9S. RitE programs, with the government the balance of the year. It list of the accused was cials. days driving without a license on person $10. Dennis Wayne Hawley U-Tum $10. i
> less 10 acres described at Southeast added the that businesswill and conspiracy. He was namedin $20 or 10 days. Edwin Wyatt Peck 500 NW 23rd Rd..
opinion House JohnF. the defendants
90 cent under the topped by Speaker Brooke said
Quarter (SEtAof Southeast QuarterSE14) putting up per indictments covering 1960 Daniel Rutledge. 701 NW Seventh Ave., careless driving. $25.
( of Northeast Quarter (NEtt) bill before Congress be decidedly better in 1964 Thompson a Democrat from 31
lying within Fifty (SO) ft. of either side poverty 1962 conspiracyfrom I
ef the following described road centerline and in 1965. Ludlow, and one of his Republican through plus NOW You C anAffordto.TRICALLY

Begin: at the Northeast corner of Section Shriver told the corporationheads "The threat of inflation will predecessors, Charles Gib- UF Staffers 1954 to date. ,

31. T9S R9E thence run South 8? deg. exist but shouldn't become
; 35 28" East 3234.41 ft. to the P. C. of a the Internal Revenue a bons. Thompson suspended himselfas
t curve to the right having II delta angleof Service would approve tax exemptions problem for the balance of this "I have great faith in the in- Picked For speaker shortly after the in- TYPE ELEC:
3 deg. 37 40", a 0 deg. 30' curve. a "
tangent of 362.fi ft.. II radius of 11.419.16 under the provision ,year the association said. tegrity of our courts" Thompson dictments were made public. He Compare SmitfvCorona with other

fti total thence arc distance along of said 725 ft.curve to the through P. T. of a for charitable and philanthropic Automobile production held tots said, "and I will be vindi- named as his stand-in Majority brands of portables...you'll see

said East curve.546.51 ft.thence to the South P. C.85 of deg.II curve 57 48"to contributions, to corporationswhich booming pace with output cated." I Med SocietyDoctors Leader John Davoren, a Demo- how much better built Smith- ,

I the left having a delta angle of 7 deg. devote funds to local edu- crat, "until these charges are Coronas are how vital partsare
I 14' 50". a 1 deg. curve. a tangent of A. W. Burek and protected carrying cases
I 363 ft. and a radius of 5729.58 ft.; thence cation, youth development and determined. built to take travel's hardest
along said curve through a total arc efforts. On Bond David M. Drylie, University of knocks. And there's that big
length of 725 ft. to the P. T. of said other antipoverty Maryland Rep.
E curve; thence North 86 deg. 47 12" East "We think this idea of pickingup Florida medical service staff- Gibbons a Republican, was 5-YEAR parts guarantee! I
17.32 ft. to the P. C of a 3 deg. 25' 25"
elected in indictments charg-
named 23
curve to the right. a 0 deg. 30' curve. the tab-an inexpensive tab ers, were provisional Come in today and try a Smith-

a tangent of 341.77 ft. and a radius oft that-would a new In Shooting of SenatorBALTIMORE members of the Alachua County ing he accepted bribes in 1961 Corona portable. You'll see why
11,459.16 ft.; thence along said curve at open up more people buy Smith-Corona
i: through S total arc length of 663.33 ft. era In government and business Medical Society last week. and 1962. During that time he I other portable.
I than any
to the P. T. of said curve thence South commissioner of administration
19 deg. 47 43" East 141SJ4 ft.} thence ," Shriver said. Md. CAP) A bushed outside her home the I Dr. Burek received his M. D. ,was state
ft. to
South 89 deg. r 28" East 2622.39 and finance.In .
t the NE corner of Section 33 TfS. RUE, "It would demonstrate to the Negro member of the Maryland night of April 10 by someone from the University of Wiscon..

.f and Containing end of said 2.329 road acres centerline less existing; rightof whole world that in America, :[louse of Delegates has been released -who took five shots at her. sin medical school, and has 1960, Gibbons was the Re- HANC: OCK

way. business and government are : under $7,500 bond after served on the faculties of the .publican candidate for governor
BY Cherrle Harris Eugene
Bullard :& wife Georgians Bullard not at loggerheads." 1 being charged with inspiring a Four other men all Negroes, University of Missouri and Kent :losing to Foster Furcolo who TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE I

I Verly Mae Wouley & husband Tom Charles H. Percy board were indicted earlier in connec- State. He to the : 431 N. MAIN
Wouley} Eddy Bradley; George W. I conspiracy to kill the only Ne- was was re-elected to a second two- ST. FR 6-5551

Jones 8> wife. Almetta B. Jones. chairman of Bell & Howell Co., i;ro state senator. tion with, the case. U.F. student Health service in 1 pear term. '
SUBJECT TO: Interest of any unknown _
I heir devisee amJ-or other claimant Chicago, and the Republican Ernest D. Young, 36, Is one "I am at a loss to know the June 1963 and is a member -rnI- -.

tg I ACRD under No. 38 Eliza Johnson.RIGHT Deceased.OF WAY nominee for governor of Illinois, I of) three Negro members In the motives behind this," said Mrs. of the American Medical Asso-

That part of: said Shriver apparently is seek- :House A Welcome. ciation.Dr. .
grand jury returnedan
The East Half (Ett) of

L (Quarter NE) Of(Section NW%) 32.of TfS Northeast RIfE} Quarter. ing an expansion of the educa- : indictment against him Fri Young, who appeared with Drylie is an instructor in Stock Reduction Sale I

'C lying within Fifty (SO) feet of either side tional and job-training contribu-I day.He his attorney at a hearing to determine -the urology division of the University
described road center.
of the following
tions already being
lIne: Is accused of conspiring his bond made no of Florida departmentof

Begin at the Northeast comer of Section many firms and corporate ,against Verda Welcome 48 the comment.Sen. received his
31. TfS RlfE. thence run South 89 deg. surgery and
3$' 28" East 3236. 1 ft. on the P. C. of a foundations. 'first Negro to in
woman serve Welcome said she and M.D. from the Bowman Gray
to the riqht having delta angle :
curve a acceleration of exist 20 OFF ON AllSPEAKERS
of 3 dee. 37' 40" a 0 deg. 3.0' curve a "As an 'the Maryland Senate. Young were in opposing Demo- School of Medicine. He is an Air %
tangent of 362.ft ft.. a radius of 11.45f.16 ing programs I think it would She
ft.} thence along said curve through a was slightly wounded by cratic factions in their 4th Bal- force veteran, and also a mem-

total arc distance of 725 ft. to the P. T. be a splendid idea'said Percy. 1 two bullets after she was am-, timore District. ber of the A.M.A.
of said curve. thence South 85 deg. 57 __ _
48" East 546.51 ft. to the P. C. of a curveto
the left having a delta angle of 7 deg. Service Change
,.. 50", a 1 deg. curve. a tangent Cf 363
ft. and a radius of 5729.58 ft.} thence Ititi1
along said curve through a total arc At Post Office t'4' ,'-/ .,
length of 725 ft. to the P.r.. of said
curve} thence North 86 deg. 4T 12** East
617.32 ft. to the P. C. of a 3 deg. 25 23" Has Slight EffectThe
curve to the right a 0 deg. 30 curve. a
tangent of 341.77 ft. and a radius of
1M5f.l6 ft.} thence along said curve OFF ON COMPONENTS
through a total arc length of 683.33 ft. to only effect the recently
the P. T. of said curve: thence South announced adjustments in par- 15<< HARMANKARDON
8f deg. 47' 48" East 1415.34 ft.; thence M SHERWOOD
South $f deg. V 2." East 2622.39 ft. to cel post and post office window >: 4.w.rmA\ F KENWOOD
the NE corner of Section 33. TfS. RitE FJSHER CITATION
and end of said road centerline; services will have on area post

Containing 0.680 acres less existing right offices will be in the Saturday
of way.OWNED. _ _
BY: Mose Johnson; Annie window hours.Postmasters. '
Brown Larkins & husband. Willie _

Larkins} Refus Brown; Sam Brown in area offices, \_ ,t ,, '- ..:;;;::: :r1eCk1hIexct111gt9v : _
Alex Brown
& wife. Ora Mae Brown} 4 '
& wife Essie Mae Brown including Cedar Key Brooker, : .

SUBJECT heir devisee TO: Interest and-or of other any unknown claimant McIntosh and Waldo, have an- B agftHiU aojrotnsrbfafld 33$$*& Sfi -wSu 2 2a&i _. __ ALL TAPE . 10 % OFFSOME
under Lizzie Brown. Deceased. nounced that beginning yesterday "t\\ < | *s*? ; ** v' 8#$ i S
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of ir fictsre Tubt { meas5> r3' CLasrM -
Taking has been filed In the above-styled and in the future their window Bonded thag;

cause authority by of the these Petitioner proceedings.the acquiring of the service will close at noon .% S| |$ %E 'A .. Sfte.

taking of the above-described lands for on Saturdays.Ross >? .rfjifc.Ta**" IStfiTarfi&fll. % .8- "_HI Sli ? __..___________________ MERCHANDISE CUSTOM
the purpose set forth In the Petition In >AiI 'V'p"s Ai1- / '
this cause viz.: As right of way for a Rath McIntosh postmaster .5rulan*,wo rfS ;: 4>w<1o portion of County Road No. NW 23 Ave. said that this Saturday ? < flvt *
In Alachua County Florida and that the HeetaI lB $uto&ggjl; ; t J&tO'JD\ :itcrcV INSTALLATION
Honorable Gee. L. Patten one of the opening hour would be changed '
Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth Out Front FM Coiote Sw rinlt "I CI 0 AS MUCH
from 7:30 to 8 ,. A fbi
the a.m. .
Judicial Circuit of Florida will on V v+ N 'i. *- Call
I Ifth day of May A.D. If64 at 11:45 AM El 372-0440 for Appointment.

I, In Gainesville the Alachua Florida County consider Courthouse said Declaration at. 145 Awards Due :je1ecpH iiI Dtpole'AnIni. "' ,0 sf AS -/0 Will demonstrate merchandise at your

I of Taking. appoint appraisers.
11' and make such Order as the Court deems i. Cu rwaartlKlifcCl kV .. ,, ..SiEyQ"5lW convenience. .
1 proper. All parties to the suit and all FHA MembersIn k : itL.i .
parties Interested may appear and be %,i ltSbadl! V || J a D ";
heard at the time and place deslgnetees.V04J \.\ \"- -.V < v.--. irfl AJ. ?*%?-.iP** Cji tAft
I. and to each appear of you.by filing are hereby an Answer commanded County i We4 d Rpproied.. |if | p rva from .c ; WE ARE DEALERS FOR

to the Petition heretofore filed In this At ttf Pdce Tv**- ? flr .d Z
cause In the entitled Court on or before ; 179 DUMONT TV AND STEREO
I June 22. 1f64. to show what right title. County-wide awards will go bYJUVANInL .
Interest or lien you or any of you. may I nit to 145 high school and junior \
In and to the above-described lands and AND SONY TAPE RECORDERS :
&how eaus why the tarn should net betaken i high school Future Homemakers -

In the for Petition the uses flied and herein.purposes set forth J of America Tuesday at Make-"THE COMPARISON TEST". WE ALSO HAVE A LINE OF BARZILAY

WITNESS 1 my Hand and the Seal of $? See for Svlvania beats ALL competition'in VALUE!
1 yourself why
this Court on this Sift day of May A.D. j 8 t p.m. at Gainesville High s, CUSTOM BUILT CABINETSBlack's


CLERK OF THE CIRCPIT COURT. Edna Warner, state advisoror
FLORIDA.BY J the FHA will present the TECH TV

Deputy: Emily Clerk Waterhouse- awards to girls for Junior and Audio Service

(Court seanWAVNE CARLISLE Chapter degree work. onaI- 122 N.W. 16th AVF

COUNTY ATTORNEY Speaking will be James S. 2.29 W. UNIV.

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Little I Women Honor Graduating Members Watercress'-' -

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THE The them addition'into hot of chicken,some 'strips broth.

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pecially interesting.. Be sure

i _Ruth Welmer . Women't Editor y 0.r "< to remove the garlic before

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Fine Arts 3p' i i y 'i- (- i r
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'. Hawaiian Banquet -Ir-.Z' ;j&L .

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J The Gainesville Fine Arts islands, their industries, tour- ., 11 IL j11 wt. ,q r
Association completed the ist attractions, and hotels. ; k 1 bv
The movie was shown by Dr. 1
year with a Hawaiian banquet ;
and Mrs. Lewis Stern.
[ at the Holiday Inn Wed-

nesday evening. Eloise 1 Beck, ii

Tables were decorated with

the symbols of the Magic Wayne ReyesBetrothed

Isle fruits, shell and leis.

Hawaiian music played by .
k y Invitation
Mrs. Dolores Stanton, organist '" p' ,, c q'r Wedding
greeted guests as they arrived Tray CCanCfw/
and continued as the dDirs.
,luau buffet supper was served. Mrs. W. W. Beck formerly of .x v -' -4t..._ w. :..,., This attractive, distinctive
Gainesville, are announcing I gift will give her Me.long
Miss Lynda Love, student of the engagement and approaching I Donald L. Brooke, one of the members of the Gainesville Woman's I Ii remembrance of a day she

., Joni's Studio of Dance, gave marriage of their daughter ." :,' {j;;: h i Club who assisted with the hospitalities, serves Miss Sandra Stallings, pic- will cherish.
a Hawaiian interpretation.Roy Miss Eloise, to Wayne 6'. ,_.._u ".a tured at the left. Standing next in line at the buffet table are Miss Cynthia $495

Craven, UF professorof Augiar Reyes of St. Augustine. Attending the Senior Banquet of Little Women Babers, Miss Lynn Coppins and Miss Marjory Munroe.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
art master of ceremon- left to right Miss Susan Hart, :Miss and silver charms .
,was Aguiar Reyes of St.Augustine.Miss recently were president, banquet.The Miss Sue Ellen Simmons, Miss
ies. He introduced Mrs. Jean Beck graduatedfrom Kathy Grand and Miss Beth Brogdon.Little were presented to this year's Committee for this final Bea Taylor, Miss Mary Whid-
0. Mitchell of the was
president board members who were
organization.Mrs. Lake Weir High School Women honored grad- Mary Bates Feltham, social; : meeting was composed of don, Miss Charlotte Wright,
in' 1962 and attended L i vely uating seniors and installed Miss Cam Goethe, Miss Bar- Miss Helen Walkup, Miss Miss Jane Arrington, Miss Miss Elizabeth Crozier, Miss Visit our ARTDEPARTMENT

Mitchell gave a short Technical Institute in Talla- new officers recently during bara Scott and Miss Bar- Anne'Conant, Miss Ann Wei- Judy Block, Miss Anne Kay Herndon, Miss Barbara .

resume of the club's accom- hassee. She is presently em- candlelight ceremony, whichfollowed bara Wells, telephone; Miss mer, Miss Jean Webb, Miss Campbell, Miss Marianne Fors- Martin, Miss Nancy Baxter,
plishments during the past ployed as a stenographer with a banquet at the Karen Davis, historian, and Mary Pat Milam, Miss Miss Gilliland and Miss Catherine Cox. Enjoy shoppingfor
two years, which Include 10. the Florida East Coast Rail- Gainesville Woman's Club.. Miss Ann Becker, ninth grade. Graves, Miss Camille Rhodes, man Miss, Kit Green Patty, Miss Jacky, Ninth grade girls servingwere stock or .
art classes for members, withan Miss Janis Loften Miss car- custom made
road Company.Mr. ,
Miss Margaret Hamptqn Mrs. Earnest L. Campbelland Hardison, Miss Nancy Hols- Miss Patty Jones, Miss
attendance of 25
average olyn Cummings, and Miss frames.
Reyes was graduated picture
was installed president Mrs. Fred ad- Vicki Krezdorn, Miss Nancy
in each class, a children's art fro St. J as ; Laughon, Carol Gaston. chue, Miss Letty Kones, Miss
class graduated m o Miss Katherine Graves, vice- visers for the past year, were Jennifer Lane, Miss Margery Mitchell, Miss Wendy Wiler,
sponsored on Saturday
Aademy and attended the Guests for the affair were
mornings and the annual Art president; Miss Anne Camp presented with gifts of silver Munroe, Miss Robin Richardson Miss Peggy Morrison and _
University of Florida and St. Mrs. J. Ed Price, president of I
bell, secretary, and Miss dishes. Miss Marina Lee.
Festival.She Johns River Junior College.He the Woman's Club; and Mrs. Miss Lynn Sandefur, i
Elaine Tew, treasurer. Mrs. Sam Goethe will suc-
is presently employed by M. T. Hartman, incoming i
presented the following Committee chairman installed ceed Mrs. Campbell as adviser CARRY OUT COLD CUTS EQUIPMENTCo.
the Florida East Coast Rail- president.
officers of the
new or- were Miss Marianne Fo rs- for next year.A SALADS CHEESES Etc.aLarmanella.s .
ganization road Company. Mothers Assist ., Inc.
: man, decorations; Miss Car- silver pin was presentedMiss
The wedding will be an Mrs. Carlos Proctor, Mrs.
ol Gaston, publicity, Miss I Leslie Eggert, retiring 106 W. University Ave.
Mrs. Earl Killgore, presi- event of May 16 at the homeof Mitchell Baumstein and Mrs.

dent: Dan Branch, first vice- the bride's parents.Flowers Donald Brooke, club members Phone FR 2-8421
president ,
; were in charge.. of the
second vice-president; Mrs. Little Women Have

i Sally Belknap, treasur e rf Are
Bruce Smith, assistant treasurer -

I ; Mrs. Maurice Ahr- Ideal Tribute,
ens, corresponding secretary; Starlight Ball
and Mrs. I. C. Hood, record- President Lyndon B. John- ,

ing secretary.In son has proclaimed Mayas Introductory im _

appreciation of her lead- Senior Citizens Month in hon- (EDITOR' 9 Note: This isthe DeVault, adviser. There were

ership, Mrs.Killgore presented or of some 17.5 million Amer- final article in a series by over 200 members, and 60 sophomore :.

Mrs. Mitchell with a gifton icans 65 years old and over. Mimi Rudderman (Mrs. Mitchell girls were honoredas OFFER!

behalf of the association. One way of paying tribute to Baumstein) giving the new members at the annu ,

senior citizens for their crea- of Little Women al "Presentation "
Entertainment for the evening history an Dance.
tive contributions to our national -
was a color movie of Hawaii organization for daughters,.of .
1\ and community heritageis The Starlight Ball in 56-57 .
giving a picture of the
members of the Gainesville
BIG 6"
to send them floral gifts was a new experience for the i

.during May, suggests the Society Woman's Club. Mrs. Baum- girls. Senior club members'sons .

King-WiI I i I son -. ofAmerican: Florists. I stein, a former member of (who were in grades 10-
: Cot sp ri ng flowers, and
Little Women, now serves as 12)) were guests, and L i the f

I' Wed May 2 flowering are In plentiful and foliage supply plants an d, publicity chairman of the Women were asked to attend FOAMMATTRESS ''I
without dates. Miss Priscilla
Woman's Club.)
grandparents and other older
Pepper (Mrs. Bill Appleton)
Gainesyule relatives and friends; and for
\ A program was given for was president and the adviser -
I and Gene C. King of Gainesville those older citizens confinedto I
the Twentieth Century Club was Mrs. DeVault.A .
t and formerly of Clin- hospitals or other institu- and
in 52-53 when Miss Ch a r-
ton, S. C., were married on tions. panel on dating was held
I May 2.The In selecting floral gifts for lene Humphreys. (Mrs. How- at a meeting' during 57-68. /

t confined persons, the Socie ty ard Hendrix) was presidentand Guest panelists were students
couple were attendedby suggests the sending of hardier Mrs. Pumphrey adviser. Blair Culpepper, G. Menge,
and Mrs. Alex Cruick- :
Mr. Box Set
in- types of flowers and plants The Misses Jean JordanMrs. Perry McGriff and Jack Spring >
shanks sister and brother-
t ,
law of the bridegroom. that do not have an overly ( Gerald McCoy) and Spencer. Mrs. J. Malcolm Al- .. ,
strong fragrance. Charla Bodden (Mrs. To m day and Mrs. "Felmy Ford -
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J If it's foam you've been really wanting, ::: : .
The couple will make a Criswell) sang and danced, were advisers and Miss Gale ''-
J home in Gainesville, where Pop u 1 ar foliage plants Abada Honeymoon, and Miss Spencer (Mrs. Roger Davis) we have the "buy" for you. It looks like

the bride is employed by the which make excellent gifts Carolyn Jo Knowles (Mrs. was president. foam rubber, it sleeps and feels like gen ,

1 J. Hillis Miller Health Center, include philodendron, ivy, po- Lee E. Eubank) played a uine foam rubber. It's non allergenic, and .
and the bridegroom is employed thos, n e p h t hytis, assorted piano solo. Miss Sally Schnell Mother-Daughter PartyIn
Jackson's Minit cacti peperomia or sansevier- comes Ina "firm" density. Excellent for?
by (Mrs. David Peniger) '
sang. 58-59, Mrs. Alday was YOU CAN'T
backaches and those who
ia. posture
t \ Market. Miss Ann Selle (Mrs. Rob- again adviser, and her daughter poor
ert Powell) introduced the Miss Sara Lynn Alday can't rest well.

I l\ Bridge Club NotesBy numbers. (Mrs. W. G. McCrae) was UNDERSELLFACTORY
Dances At Rec Center president. Nearly members SAVE
and guests attended the $50 .

RALPH IL BLODGETTThe By JOHN E. CRAPS Miss Susan Scott (Mrs. the annual Mother Daughter

University City Bridge Mrs. R. W. Bryan and R. H. Don Deatherman) was president Reception.Miss TIlE
Harms won out over eighteen in 1953-54 and Mrs. Jack
Club held its monthly mas- Janet Allen (Mrs.
at the Uni- other pairs in the Gainesville Bohannon, adviser. Miss Ra- $ .95 ,
ter point .game Frederick Bamman)
Mon- Bridge Club's annual champ- chel Gunn (Mrs. J. R. Black, was pres- 1
versity Faculty Club on ident in 59 60 and Mrs. J.
Cliff Landersand ionship for mixed pairs on III) was president in 54-
day Watt Kirkpatrick adviser.
Wednesday evening at the Hol- 55, and the adviser was Mrs. was -
D. R. Frazier won
Confetti was held at theBoys'
iday Inn. Average score for Bohannon. Dances now
award in the North-
all pairs was 96 and they had held at the City Recreation Club because mo r e A1"7' Foam
South direction, with Harry.C. win
dancing room.was needed for z
Boardman and the writerin 128.Mrs. Center as they had "out. the' over 500 "members and 5
Low Priced! Rubber SetsReg. $1099
second place, and Mrs. J. A. Jones Jr. and the grown" the club house. dates. Little'Women were Unbelievably
writer were a close second
John C. Soderstrum and Mrs. Miss Rosa Marie Leighty honored that at a Mili-
with 126%, while third place year 159.95 Value .
M. Herget third. (Mrs. Dominic Bocco) was tary Bridge party given by
went to Mrs. L. A. Gerra r d
Come in and it out and the true
Mrs. R. W. Jones, and Dr. president and Mrs. James W. the Junior Woman's Club. try get
with 110
and E. E.
R. I. Johnson rejoiced in the fourth to Mr.Phillips and Mrs. Dan-, sleeping facts about foam from Gate Gate City King-Size 78"x80" including

highest score among the East- iel Scarritt with 109 and fifthto City. Twin-Size Box Spring-Plus 12 Legs Free
Second went to
West pairs. Mrs. R. L. Bowman and R.
K. H. Kent and R. W. Reg. $229.95
A. Bennett with 10674. WE SALUTE Save $70.00 $ 66
Jones, and third to Dr. and
The club will hold its next Sale Price . . 127
Mrs. George Ramsey.On game tomorrow evening at 10' YEAR WARRANTY

Wednesday evening at the Recreation Center. Visit- MOTHER ON HER DAY! 4'/i" Foam Rubber
Weed Hall, Mr. and Mrs. ing pairs are welcome.An I
James R. Anderson captured

: top honors among the North- oven syringe baster is

South players. Cliff Landers an easy way to add water to There are "smiles that make us happy"
: and Del Frazier were second, flower arrangements, suggests NO FINANCE, CHARGES

t, while Mrs. Frazier and S. L. the Society of American . and none more so than Mom's smile of

Williams tied with Fred O. Florists. .
: Smith and Jerry Essick for appreciation, sparked by our thoughtful

third and fourth places.and Dr. Be modern wii ways of honoring g her on Mother's Day! On Our 90 Day Budget Plan

: Mrs. R. W. Jones .. .
;R. I. Johnson repeated their

of Monday evening ..
"You're In Good Hands Gate City" : _.:
:among the East-West players.Mrs. at I "- :q- -

: Sue Kirkpatrick and Dr. NEW D1ALCET ,
I :.C. W. Banks held down second Finest In faucets 42* eii iM "

place, and Mrs. Virginia for new homes and eld
and Miss Carol Cemplnt
-Windsor Rup-

pert were third. Offttt 0tf'ttfrt LVaJBEDDING -- .. -...--.. -.

The club meets tomorrow 601 W. University Ave., Gain svillk, f10 dlPh'Dne -
evening at 7:30 at the Uni- : :

,versity Faculty Club on New- : ,
FR 2-2555
berry Road and again on Wed- CENTERI"' ;' 1

nesday Hall, 107 at NW 7:30 p.m.15th at Terrace.Weed GAINESVILLE'S MOST COMPLETE \ & CARPET ( IT -:'i-

:All interested bridge players H, J. BOX OFFICE MACHINE, OFFICE'EQUIPMENT,
.are invited to attend and com- i Plumbing Company 818 W. University Ave. FR 20441J _> :
:pete in these games of duple 410 N.W..6-2238 19th UncFR i I .
cate bridge.

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I E I .CalendarOf- EventsTODAY Mother's Day Has Been Observed Since 1914 I

c' '; xT :m.; .. 'i. ,'.:.,,, ...'IIr.-.t>f"7t W" "
May' 10 ') ; .
< ;
Keyette Club of Gainesville
t ,High,School, Mother's Day W; d a

. Tea, 2":.to..4 p.m., home of Jarvis
I ..
sponsor, Mrs. Robert G. Cros- ;
by. Jr., 1854 NW 11th Road. Y:. t Lt

Gainesville Garden Club, ;.fig. x z. ; !
Garden Tours;'2 to 5 p. m., 0 .% Originator
.. -$frsT'Sadie. S. Koru, 1130 SW .1 c& R *
: fluVRoad;. Mrs. Fred Borland I
I Fo R E
: 2356 West University255enue Pm Vnrk 4tntr8Adopted

and the Gainesville es in 1914 by both
iFJowering parkway, North. :' 9 x houses of Congress, Public
-east'Main and Northeast 10th y fl ; w Resolution 25 was designed to
Venue East to Boulevard, Fv x x Sf honor "the greatest source of
:youth to Duck Pond. the country's strength and in-
w "' t "
'I : spiration.
" MONDAY. May 11 :
-, SJ u Mother's Day, observed
--'A1J..cfa1"9pen House honor- a .r ,nationally for 50
\ years as a
.kig hermother_ ,. Mrs. Nellie Kh4 r akl+ > result of the resolution,
3)6g:; .l1er 94th birthday, y ;4 eg Wyk rr ; means many things to many

:Mrs:..tEL :C. Fryer, 230 NW ,::4'i y a 4 eo people, not all of whom are
_2nd Avenue. Vr S S\J mothers.
'y ,,, The day recalls the nostal
Gainesville Bridge Club, E
w gia of childhood for a success-
':30 Recreation Center. a'
f. ful business man who remem-
7 /
University City Bridge bers the boxes of chocolateshe
Club, 7:30 p.m., University of -, i \ S : used to present to his
--Florida, Faculty Club, West mother each year. It meansto

Uewberry Road.American Mrs. Carroll R. Brown 'finds Mother's Day a day full of triple joy and one busy career mother

.t Association of University -. \ x aE Oy excitement. Mrs. Brown is pictured above with her four great-grandchildren breakfast served in bed awk-
: Women, Board Meet- 4 who are left to right, Ashley and Chris Bisbee, children of Mr. and Mrs. ardly but lovingly by two
ing. Mrs. William Gartner Jr. a. .. Hamilton Bisbee of Jacksonville and Ken and Mary Lanier Rembert, childrenof young sons. To industry, it
1709 XW. 23rd Street. x Mr. and Mrs. Davis M. Rembert Jr. of Atlanta. The children's maternal means a sales volume esti-
; grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Creighton. Mrs. Bisbee is the former mated at a billion dollars.
Gainesville Woman's Club Carol Creighton and Mrs. Rembert is the former Judy Creighton. Proclaimed officially first by
Annual Meeting, 3 p.m., Clubhouse President Woodrow Wilson in

s k x 1914 on a national basis, Moth .
Soroptimist Club of Gaines- 3 +gY Home' er's Day is always set on the
ville, 6:30 p.m., Primrose 'Keep Love in Your second Sunday in May.

. Inn. That day was suggested by
y er s. aa +
the originator of the observance
TUESDAY, May 12 r in this country, Miss

Altrusa Luncheon ...",F..._......_ Says Mother of the YearBy Anna Jarvis. It is a little-
known fact that the is the
12:15 Six-month old Kevin Cochran of Cornelia Ga., received all the attentiona day
Holiday Inn.
Merrysteppers, Covered baby could wish last Sunday when Mothers Day was celebrated a week anniversary of her mother'sdeath.
Dish 7 ahead of time at the home of his grandparents, Dr. and Airs. J. Wayne Reitz. PIERCE LEHMBECK vile, N.D., and met her husband -Richard Stavig, professor of .
Recreation Center. He is pictured with his Grandmother Reitz at his side, his mother, Mrs. BaxterT. NEW YORK AP) Mrs. while they were studentsat English at Kalamazoo Mich. Miss Jarvis lived to abhor
Cochran of Cornelia left above and his great-grandmother Mrs. S. H. Cora Hjertaas Stavig, America's St. Olaf College in Northfield, College; David Stavig, an in- the commercial aspects of
Friends of the Library, 7 Millikan, at the right above. Mrs. Cochran is the former'Miss Margaret Ann Mother of the Year for 1964, is Minn. dustrial engineer of Sioux Falls, the day and fought this influ-
p.m., dinner, followed by an- Reitz. a gracious bundle of energy Soon they will celebrate their and Dr. Mark Stavig, now doing ence until her death in 1948. :
nual meeting, 8 p.m., Holiday who found love in her parents' 40th wedding anniversary. post-doctoral research at However, the observance of
Inn. home and took it with her Harvard. All are married, motherhood is centuries 0 I d.
into her own."There t sr" It goes back at least as far
$ Great Books Discussion Home Demonstration Club as the ancient Greeks, who
was a happinessthere While her husband goes about
Public Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville a spiritual richness that his college duties, Mrs. Stavig To make flowers stay put In worshiped Cybele, the mother -
: Library. kept the family a close one," busies herself entertaining visit- almost any kind of wide of the gods.Supposedly 1

.1;: Women's Auxiliary to the she said. "It has continued in ing lecturers, faculty and stu mouthed container, place their ancient \
:Alachua County Medical Society Dress Revue Is! WednesdayThe my home." dents. crushed chicken wire in the rites, constituted the first

:, 11:45 ajn., Gainesville Mrs. Stavig, who at 63 still She lectures occasionally, and bottom. Mother's Day.
Golf and Country Club. loves to ice skate, believes her also serves as a marriage coun I

public is invited to at- Mrs. Jack BevIlle, Pine and one as a general pr i z e. home life as a child laid the selor.
Xi Phi Chapter Beta Sigma tend the annual Home Demon- Grove, is chairman of the revue Runner up in the advanced foundation for her selection The advice she gives most often AROUMP fbWQRL'P
:Phi Sorority 8 Mrs. Robert
pjn. stration Dress Revue, which with Mrs. Ken Durrance, group and the first place be- Wednesday as Mother of the to young married couples"is
498 SW 28th
,: will be held Wednesday from Micanopy, co-chairman. ginner will receive orchid cor- Year. that it's very very important -
Street 10 a.m.-noon at the Recrea- The following judges will sages.A She was named by the Amer- to have the right sense of
Tuesday Evening Supper tion Center. judge the dresses Monday aft talent show will be held ican Mothers Committee from values." (HCMKSBC4 i
.,Club 6 p.m., 1402 West University Members modeling dresses ernoon: Mrs. Brenda C r um, under the direction of Mrs. J. among nominees from the 50 WORLDCRUISES
1\ Avenue. will be Mrs. H. H. Millerand home economist with Gaines- E., Wood, G a i nesville Club. states, the District of Columbiaand "What used to be black or *
i League of. Women Voters Mrs. Duke Mimms ville Utility Department, Mrs. An organ solo, Ronnie Gause; Puerto Rico.. white has now turned for so
:May Unit.Meeting, 8 pjn., Gainesville; Mrs. C. M. Sap- Sandra McKoy home econom- Hula Mickey Seville; medley many people into a shade of
.*.Mrs. Ronald-Cutler, 1741 NW pington, Rex; Mrs. C h a r les ist with Clay Electric Co-op of songs, Linda Warrington She Is the wife of Dr. 'Law grey" she said. "This is true -'
: 7th-Avenue. Simmons, La Crosse; Mrs. and Mrs. Mary Sue G a n n, her pianist, Sarah Price; rence Stavig, 'president of Aug- even on the very high levels of
: -CM: Scout WECO Neighborhood Robert Fulmer and Mrs. J. J. home economist. skit, "International Flower" ustana College, a Lutheran our society."

: .,Meeting, 9:30 am., Kubie, Lake Forest; Mrs. Ken A rehearsal will be held Patty Simmons, Karla Ches- school in Sioux Falls, S.D. She Mrs. Stavig believes In discipline
It, .Girf Scout:House--' .,810 NW 8thStreet. Durrance, Mrs. J. B. War- Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. in ser; Folk songs, Pat Berg, has raised four sons,-and in the a "firm but fair disci-
: .. rington and Mrs. J. B. Carmichael the Recreation Center. Willeen Henderson; accordian words of the citation: pline," and recalls that she
'. University City Lioness Micanopy; Mrs. Dorothy Bob McCormick will provide solo, Evelyn Stallings; so- "Foreign students from was a "sparing but effective I ( R )
"Club,- :!O p.m., Mrs. Russell Carlton, Rex; Mrs. Ver- music for the program. Smith accompanist; hula, Hong Kong to Sierre Leone spanker" when her sons were
t .:Piker; lS-NE 8th Avenue. non Hill,.Mrs. Arthur Spencer Prizes To Be GivenM. Rita Welsh Wood attend Augustan College young. There's so much to see and do on a Four Winds World
; and Miss Linda Emerson L. "Red" Shea will present Betty ; and Mrs. Stavig, becomes the Her sons are Dr. Paul Stavig, Cruise that it takes this 16-page brochure to describe it!
:WEDNESDAY, May 13 Spring Grove; Mrs. Jean two plate glass mirrors; piano solo, and flute solo, Sa- foster mother of each of an Air Force lieutenant colonel Mail coupon below for your free copy!

League of Women Voters Herndon Waldo; Mrs. L. M. one to the model winning first rah Vories and reading, Lillian these." and hospital commander at Otis
;May Unit Meeting, 9:30 am., Hodgson, Mrs. Barney Floyd place in the advanced group Glisson. Mrs. Stavig was born in May- Air Force Base, Mass.; Dr. 55 exciting days from $2295.4 sailings monthly

Mrs. Maurice Ahrens, 1704 High Springs and Mrs. Frank r-------------------m--- J
:NW 10th Avenue. Cope Pine Grove. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE
Alachua General Mrs. Helen Hunerwadel will I fOUR 808 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. II

1 .,;Auxiliary, Luncheon 1 Hospital pjn., model formal and semi-for- UF Women's Club Luncheon Set May 18Mrs. PHONE Name FR 6-4641 I

Holiday Inn.Gainesville. mal rectly mumus from Honolulu.which came di- I WINDS ... J JI
Woman's Club
I By LIZ SMITH colorful spring flowers, one of Alice Clapp Brown Mrs. items displayed were Mrs. W. CQ IIa1e_____I
:coffee for Junior Women by 10011II--.0......._..........._...Y.
-sponsors, Mrs. Clark Butler "Spring Song" will be the the Fair divisions.A Edward Matthews, Mrs. Pepper N. Boaz Jr., Mrs. C. R. Gilbert, ------------------------J

:and Mrs. Robert Mautz 611 CookingIs Theme for the final activityon graceful wall arrangementof Rodgers, and Mrs.. Howard Wil-5 Mrs. John Haney, Mrs. EarlH.

t :SW 27th Court, 10 ajn. to the University W 0 m- delphinium, placed on a kowske. Killgore, Mrs. John Mering,

1 :Noon. en's Club calendar. handmade scarf shaded blue and Mrs. Harry WarfeL
Afternoon hostesses were
Gainesville Bridge Club,
to green was the focal point
.I :7:30 pjn.-Holiday Inn. Is The annual May Luncheonwill upon entering the clubhouse.The .,Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs.' Hugh Mrs. Glenn A. Farris, chair-

Home Demonstration Dress be held Monday, May 18, tea table held a magnifi Davis, Mrs. Leonard Powers, man of the program committee, r

I :Revue, 10 ajn., Recreation at the Student Service Cen cent centerpiece of larkspurand and Mrs. W.'V. Wilmot, Jr., and Mrs. Lee Eggart chairmanof I
Center. Open to the public. roses, while Bird of Para- the social committee with .
University City Bridge ter. dise decorated the Needlework Mrs. James ,Richardson was Mrs. T. N. Miller, co-chairman,: L
.Club 7:30 pm., Weed Hall Members are invited to display.The in charge of 'decoration. Those and their committees were in
:107 NW 15th Terrace. for wide of charge of all
come at 11:30 ajn. with luncheon responsible range arrangements. i
University Women's Club By CECILY BROWNSTONEAP Ceramics section included -' l
,:Newcomers Bridge, 8 pjn., Food Editor served at Noon. items from silver jewelry to

Clubhouse. FAMILY SUPPER According to Mrs. A H. large decorator pieces. Three 0f.
Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 lovely Japanese dolls made by
,ajn., Mrs. K. L. Black, Mrs. One of the ready mixes is Gropp, chairman of the Program Mrs., Sonee Sonu and a beautiful 5 G
used in this recipe. committee, the program .,
,,John Moorman 4114 NW 15th ,white brocade evening dress ,
Street. Macaroni and Cheese with Ba- will consist of the pres- made by Mrs. M. R. Vilaret

Gator Summer Band, First con ident's report installation of highlighted the ,Needlework di Look for shifts and jumpers in a variety of

in series of five twilight con- Salad Bowl Bread Tray the new executive board, vision. styles to be popular this'spring, with lots
:certs, 6:45 pm., Plaza of the Fruit Cocoa-mix Cookies .. :'
Americas at the University of and the scholarship presenta- The Millinery collection was of interest In pleats.The scoop-neck A-Iine .iI
'Florida.: WEEKDAY DINNER tions of the Edith Bristol Ti- most delightful A display of jumper will be very smart and juniors'will I

Good enough for company! gert Award and the Nell Crit- Oriental Arts and Crafts with go for the Rooster Print Shift. Wild printson s ,
THURSDAY, May explanation by Mrs. Canning
Miller Award. ,
Excellent Beef Loaf zer 1
sllkoverblouses also popular.
Young, was featured in one b
League of Women Voters Oven Potatoes Broccoli Members of the social committee area. Articles from India were Navy the big color so far,/ Hope you come : \
May Unit Meeting, 8 p. m., Fruit Salad Beverage
James A. Noland 1003 are working on the described by Mrs. Sheela Mut- in and see all the attractive fabrics we have \
Mrs. EXCELLENT BEEF LOAF akar Mrs. Manjit Johar Mrs. : -
NW 22nd Street. "Spring Song" decorations under for spring and summer. Many of the prettiest l r
1 egg, slightly beaten Shflu Chandinnani and Mrs. ,
: ,
Girl Scout UBA Neigh- the direction of Mrs. Per- ."
H cup milk Usha Malik. are less than a$1.00 a yard!Come In
borhood Meeting, 9:30 a. m., 4 thin slices bread ry Moore and Mrs. Myron and browse a while. You'll find everything .
Girl Scout House, 810 NW Wheat co-chairman. Don Presented Mrs. Reitz' t ., .
Jlth Street and then drive to 1 pound ground chuck beef nicelY displayed, well-lighted and clearly "'> I.'
Lake Butler Civic Center. 1 pound ground bulk sausage Other committee membersare Mrs. Joharpresented Mrs. J. i marked.There's a comfortable place to sit .r '

Allemanders Square Dance H. teaspoon salt Mrs. Robert Beach Mrs. Wayne Reitz with a Punjab I and look through pattern books, too / Our ,
oalL which she had made in
Club Junior, 8 High p.m.,School.Howard Bishop U teaspoon pepper John Davis, Mrs. W. F. Fa- complete wedding costume, for 1 ever-obliging sales people will show you :' *

A Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. 1,, teaspoon poultry seasoning gen, Mrs. Juergen Dins, Mrs. Mrs. Reitz's doll collection.The I our wonderful line of drapery materials The living Is eojy-oh, so very in this

2, 8 pjn, Odd Fellows Hall. 1 small onion, finely grated Earl H. Killgore and .Mrs. pointings were displayed I and an Infinite variety buttons, buckles, summertime dress of tucked-oll-over :

I St. Patrick's Women's Club, 4 shelled hard-cooked eggs Harry Prystowsky. as an artist's show on the and sewing accessories. Charge accounts? Fortrel polyester and cotton. That fI V I

,., 8. pjn. Parrish Hall. Combine egg and milk: soak Luncheon reservations win patio, completing the scope of My, yes! Stop by tomorrow. very special touch-loce,making patterns .
Tea honoring all girls graduating Work in M
bread In mixture. beef, the Fair. oo bodice, skirt; sleeves.
be taken
from city high sausage, salt, pepper, poultry through Thursday of Ha*pink and sanmer sky, or .
schools in June, their moth- seasoning and onion. Rinsea 8 evening, May li. The lunch- Demonstrations Given
ers, and feminine faculty by 4 by 3 inch ,loaf pan with eon charge will be $1.55. The 150 members and guests aok,. z640'. )o 11. $39.93Many

members 4 to 5:30 DJZL, Mrs.J. cold water; pack half of meat Reservations may be made attendance. during'the morning -
; Wayne Reitz receiving hos-. mixture into damp pan. Place by calling any one of the following and afternoon event witnessed
Jess President's Residence hard cooked eggs lengthwisedown committee members: fascinatingdemonstra- New and Exciting Styles to Choose From.
..2151 West University Avenue. center; pack remainingmeat Mrs. Gropp, Mrs. Robert lions of Norwegian Rug Makingby

FRIDAY, May 15 mixture over eggs, covering Hanrahan Mrs. G. H. MillerJr. Mrs. William Fox; Orgami
ends. Run a spatula around ., Mrs. Evan Pattishall or ,Japanese paper art, by Mrs.
Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 sides of meat; turn out onto an Mrs. Carl Stouter. Ohnu;, and Japanese' flower arranging e WNorth.
a _ajn.., Holiday Inn. 11 by 7 by ,1% inch pan. Bakein by Mrs. Sonu from the FABRICS
American Association of University a moderate ((350 degrees) A most delightful and enlightening .[ Sogetsu School, assisted by 109 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE cr
Women, Picnic H 0 n- oven 1 hour. Remove meat loaf, Arts and .Crafts Fail Mrs. Gato and Mrs. Sako.
bring new members 6:30 from drippings. Makes 6 to'8 was held Monday by the University Side Square
:J>4-a., Mrs. Louis Goolsby,'514 servings. Women's Club witl i Hostesses for the morning in- : on .
fiW-rd'Place. the,dub, house decorated witlI :i eluded ,Mrs.. ,Maim'ct.Ahrens S

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4B Gainesville Sun Sunday May 10, 1964Hither

3. Entries musj entirely

And Yon Beef Recipe Contest Is Annual Affair .gredients.Ing or legibly out the, printff a 010.during usual jour-sur-the

4. Entrants 11' : -
j Wanted-beef recipes! Your locally.A from all over the state for the place winner entered in the many recipes as mainstay
By RUTH WEIMER Asiatic Countries. The weather -,
favorite beef recipe well Sun of $100 statewide first prize.Five statewide contest. I' -but they may teart ,
may prize $25 says
Third only to Thanksgiving and Christmas is the celebra- ranged from cold and hot ,
I'fot: '
is also be other offer- The rules are easy to one local newspa' we caught
be worth to right to given. prizes are
money you
tion today honoring mothers in every city and village with and they escaped any 0 d d"bugs" '
ed in statewide contest, low, so get busy good cooks 5. Persons su ed over 800
The Beef Contest is
Gainesville families and family while Recipe
traveling to fro to strengthen enjoying gour-
and and send in those been pes must be res'rpon; mud-
ties. met foods in exotic spots. now.All an annual affair. And each $50, $25 $15, $10 $S.
you have to do is enterit cipes. Contest closes May 29. rida. edfish.jew-
Observing the day early was the family of Mrs. B. C. They were allowed only in the Beef Contest year some good cook in Flor- Here's all you have to do to RULES *
1 Fryer, whose son, B. C. Jr., Mrs. Fryer, and their two children 24 hours in Burma and got in Recipe ida walks away $120.00 richer. 6. All entries iDl
mall fav- :
The enter. Simply 1. All recipes must Florida beforeV
I came down from Jacksonville last weekend. They came and out of Cambodia before sponsored by GainesvilleSun your use marked ture of the
and the Florida Beef Top State Prizes for Beef dish Beef. t olor
the "off limits"to orite recipe a 25, 1964. photo-
early because Byrd Jr. is on navy duty this weekend. country was
Tomorrow, special celebration will take place when Mrs. citizens of the United Council. Top prize in the Sun Winners of the local contests to: Beef Recipe Contest, Wom- 2. Recipes must be oi gi- 7. Employees Deer.
Fryer holds an all-day open house for her mother, Mrs. States. contest is $20.00. Prizes of are entered in a big en's Department, the Gaines- nal and not previously printed papers.that.. .j i J
Nellie Doig, on the occasion of her 94th birthday. Ruth has Bob, back at his desk as $10.00 and $5.00 will go to second statewide cook off where ville Sun. Your entry will be in magazines, newspapersor the contest and\JJi: I
invited friends to call through the day and visit with her UF Vice President of Aca- .I and third place winners. they compete with entrants judged locally, and the first advertising. *,, are not, eIigible.Jsli1

mother. demic Affairs, and Gussie,
The hours will be filled with memories for the honoree, who will soon pick up 'her
who has seen fantastic changes in Gainesville since she came volunteer work in the hospital
here from Pennsylvania in 1886. The former Miss Nellie auxiliaries of both the Alachua
Hawley, Mrs. Doig served as office secretary of the First General Hospital and Medical
Presbyterian Church for 18 years. Center, watch the mail for RUGS OF DISTINCTIO

Another family enjoying the the slides Bob took with his enne. j o.

weekend tog e t her is that of staying with the Hords. brand new camera. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY f
the H. J. Spencers. They haveas When the twins left the hos- *
their guests, their daughter pital they were wearing hand- Another lovely representative t o. n.
Mrs. Roger Davis, the for- made heirloom gowns of 50 of Florida working at the f
ter Miss Gale Spencer, and years ago which belonged to World's Fair is Jane Walkup,
her family of Tampa. Gayl Grandmother Hord's family. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
and Roger brought their two Paternal grandparents of W. Walkup of McIntosh, who
daughters, Perri Marie, who Crystal and Caren are Mr. left last week by plane for
is 17 months old, and Cynthia and Mrs. W. H. Gillis Sr. of Manhattan.
Lynn, who is five weeks old Ocala, who formerly lived Jane, a sophomore studentat r-
to see their grandparents. The here. Central Florida Junior
baby was born March 24. College, has been selected as
Back home only a week are one of the girls serving in the :
Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Minute Maid Corporation exhi-
.J It's a busy household at the Mautz, whose three-month trip bit at the Florida Building. ,
.Harvey: Hords. around the world "seems likea She will return in time to en-
The reason: The Hord'sdaughter dream." ter college in September.
Nancy Gillis, and Bob and Gussie found a *
her husband, Bill Gillis, are warm and friendly receptionfrom Back from Washington,
the proud parents of twins, the p e o pies of many D. C., where she attendedthe
Crystal and Caren, born May countries on their planeboattrain DAR Continental Congress -
6 at >.1*chua General. travels throughout to the is Mrs. George E. Evans ;: \,
Nancy and the babies are Middle East, Far East and newly elected state re- i
gent. Before'' coming home ii
I. Elizabeth spent two days in i iI'
New York and took a quick I''
look at the World's Fair witha
b delegation of DAR mem- I

l'l'lf bers, who went up together. .
She also stopped in Hyatts- '
/ vile N. C. with her sister, :
Mrs.route home.John E. Marshall, en

DEAR MOMMIES: half of your diapers and try .
That is, those of you who this method on them for a Mrs. Tom B. Demaree and
are fortunate enough to have few weeks and just feel and Mrs. R. M. Scott have returned t

little babies in diapers... see tween the difference present yourself washing be- from Lexington, Ky., where $ 22
letters they attended the funeral of
We get so many method and the Heloise meth-
about diapers..clean diapers, their brother, John W. Riddle. t
od Do ..
own testing.
stiff diapers, grey diapers, Bet you your will be mighty sur- asterisks YOU WON'T BELIEVE IT TILL YOU SEE THIS COLLECTION -
etc., that I am going to try prised! Among the many Memorial ,
to answer questions all Scholarship funds is a new "
in one column.your I love all your babies, so if one created by the Melrose OF RUNNERS, SCATTER AND AREA RUGS. EACH
you have diaper problems try
dia Woman's Club.
pers My has method been approved by rinsing tion with them water in a and vinegar see solu-how This Scholarship Fund will THERE ARE SOLIDS, TWEEDS, SCULPTURED, STRIPES ALL SIZES i i
be used to send students in
institutes, etc. Even
laundromats have written that soft they are! the Melrose area to college. SHAGGY FRINGED OVALS ROUND SQUARES IN l
Administering the fund will
for the first time people are Write to Heloise in care of
beautiful "results" the Gainesville Sun... be Mrs. E. D. Longnecker,
getting any
Mrs. Gene Chance and Mrs.
with my diaper method.It time. I am here to help YOU. ,

the above has been sources established that some by LOVE.HELOISE, R.Contributions P. Vogh. in any AREA SIZES. COLORS: WHITE THROUGH ALL TH'E RAINBOW COLORS TO
y amount may be mailed to any
diaper rashes are caused by
"ammonia," an after product be member to Mrs. Gil of the Allen committee, club treas or BLACK! BE AT PENNEYS EARLY BUY 'EM BY THE DOZEN AT PENNEYS
of wet diapers. This can
Convenient and lasting Me- urer.
neutralized by rinsing your
in vinegar water after morial Day decorations a re A special card reading i : LOW,
diapers plants in clay pots submerged "The Melrose Woman's Club
them! There goes
washing .. in the ground up to their has received a gift to th e i r YOU'LL SAVE. .
old vinegar
my rims, says the Society Scholarship Fund in memoryof USE YOUR PEP lNEYSHOP
Here's how: of American Florists. Begonias (name) from (name). The
azaleas, geraniums, and (name) will be inscribed in PENNEYS MONDAY NITE TILL 9 P.M. CHARGE CARD
AFTER running your diapers fuchsias are both suitable and .our Book of Golden Memor-
through the complete colorful. ies."
washing machine cycle... I
turn washing machine
on rinse AGAIN, fin the mach- ",,<.;;J
ine only half full of hot water,
and add one cup full of vinegar .
(color of vinegar seems to -
make no difference). Then Hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m. .. Use Your Mother's Day Gift Money B-L Charge Central Charge- Layaway
t let the machine go through the
rinse and spin cycle and DO
the vinegar solution in the GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER 0 0 '. .. I
diapers. The vinegar odor will 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET ,. '
1. leave when the diapers are
dried in the dryer or on your
f: clothes line. .. t
I say (and will stand by ItI PRESENTS '
I I 'til my dying day). that .;:.,.: ...:. I
washing, a rinsing Flf '
after proper .. : :

can't in be vinegar-water beat.Vinegar solution / 1? t 1 d :

in my estimationand ..L ; .
( many manufacturers, ,
chemists and laundry people '; ..., 1
have written that they agree + 4

with me), is about the best FROSTED
there is for rinsing. Take my
t word for it: Vinegar neutralizes -
the ammonia In diapers.

'I' Vinegar also helps to keep PASTELSfeaturing
the rest of your laundry sweet
I and clean. "f
I .. .
have a favorite .r
Do you .d '
blouse or housedress which
you wash and iron each week KPOEL. y
and yet it never really smells i
fresh and clean? This problem POLYESTER FIBER ., I
is especially bad in navy
blues and blacks. Created by Pat Perkins Ina
This (in my short and un
derstandable words. hope!) ;a wonderful blend of easy care ; ,
c /
is caused by perspiration KODEL polyester and cotton
which has accumulated and k
I has not been neutralized l pretty,hues of soft pastelrrtfUcuac ,
enough by deodorants or by c "p 9 K'a ,
I proper rinsing, etc. Wash the a
garment and rinse it well, ? ,r ; '"iy
then soak it in some strong .
vinegar water if applicableto
f your material, THEN take .
't p
your hands and rub briskly.DO J 5. G.G
f' NOT rinse this vinegar' 1 Aatrici'S J
solution out. Let dry and pro

ceed as usual... ,,
I See what happens!
After a few times you will lQ1

be quite pleased. Then you C i' t, .F1k.
will be back to good, clean,

sweet-smelling clothes. "
Many women have written $ F
I, that their ironing is easier -- -

after using the above methodin or ',. ,. ,. '
their entire laundry on Entree to everywhere. crisp and beautifully I \ e Fashion confection the bodice delect Always a favorite. the full skirted shirtwaist ,
wash days.So detailed with fine tucks and ,luxury ."" =..-.. ably lavished with two-toned Schiffli em prettily embellished v-ith ccate!I If
if you have these problems lace. Sizes 12 to 20 and 12-/2 to ''4 a; ;:: 'J : v i broidery. Sizes 10 to 18. bands of lace and piping.i i S': "? t l"t .. .

.I do try a rinse in vine $9.99 _, _.-__ __-.-..' $9.99 14Y2 to 24 $?.99'R :. : .
gar.Tell ,. ....
you what. Take only .

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! I =-ri 1 T/irasner-yWoon/ Nuntials Held s


': :...II.apt t C h u rch son, Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs.

: tting of the marri- Enoch P. Willis. Savannah;

...-"C. ones and the late Miss Jeanette Brock and Miss
: '*J1 ""'1W' i" ._ ::,.
XI .Mrs
J1t ter of Mrs. Richhosteiyones Penny Terry, Gulfport, Miss.
." and the late Also Mr. and Mrs. Henry

.Iormaley Moon Sr., and f Wood Miss Dixie 4 RF
ers of; Eddy, Mr.
, ensC iene Thrasher Jr., and Mrs. J. E. Thrasher Jr., +'. RaR k.

?._ I:$ G.Thrasher and Mrs Bar- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McDav. kK y ir ,
of Fit.' yes- id, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mc- [ \ Mw '

guuza moon. David, Mrs. Muriel Leith and c f atixr
? Lau g hon, assistThe daughter, Carol, Mrs. Addie +r ;t r.

s: : t Miles' Patterson, ,R Malphurs, Mrs. A. G. Pick. f <: :;t I I

other sBbe, double -ring ett, Mr. and Mrs. Dal ton < J1 4 V\ x ,
: ; 1ca
day, palms and aracademuT Owens, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. ''''.' i+ .. 4S...
: elect-WTu '' \Y
two grou e gladioli' y y* Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. (,<:'I$::)','N. 13- ;

-. and po m.I W. H. Sylar, all of Jackson- : CasselsMiss ____ -..",,,,,,,,+<< 'i..."" ." ;.' ., ....
Miss Lois .
..ed as decoration Ndt ville. Miss Bettianne Powell
B -u <'
: flight ceremony "
I It ldents -n-.Waldo, organ- And also Mr. and Mrs. L. '" _

: The 1 4' Charles :Mayo, B. Thrasher, Mr. and Mrs. Le-

: ored m the wedding mu roy Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs.J. a.i .
p ing andUniver F A. Green and family and
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Mrs. J. W. Wines Ocala I
: : -
who was given in :
Miss Gayle Cross Miss Kay LloydCrossRnnnenecker
.. follow rby her stepfather, ..; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rick-

:. two _f joneSf Wore an or ; ); man,Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.J. xMiss

frai of imported Chan- E. Thrasher Sr., Micanopy .
mg a! tP f ,. Mr. and Mrs. -- --- '-r- r-- -- -
t ,
\ ;and silk: organza ;: '1;;> +: .de .-:: ; ; Jerry
cussed layers of starched Wines, Winter Haven; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Emory groom elect will graduatefrom

113 bridal taffeta. Christine Colson, Leesburg; Cross announce the engage- Gainesville High School M

ant overskirt was of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Whittington ment and approaching mar- June. 3. Both will enter the

A 1 s edged in lace medal 4 ; Mcintosh; Mr.- and Mrs. riage of their daughter, Miss University of Florida in June.
I ye \ the back oj ? June 6 has been set as the
panel i
W. F. Hester Ala hua
ce c ; Gayle Cross, to Caspar Rap-
r tiers of lace form-: date for the wedding which M
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Rippey, penecker Jr., son of Dr. and
smmapel:: train. Her vet .; will take place at 7 p.m. in r
i was fastened b1T.er Mrs. Barton E. Thrasher Jr. Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mrs. Caspar Rappenecker.The the First PresbyterianChurch.
Hajon ..,
i. :
( silk Windham and family, Wildwood bride-elect and bride- ,,
of. roses. Ste <
;, Jones Jr. and Mrs. C. A. with matching hat and beige >"'
MF a bouquet of wh1f orchid and Mr. and Mrs. W.
King. accessories. Her corsage "":!r -
roses centered A. Pence of Ormond Beach. Carol Lee Simonson
go.- withrprtrchld Presiding at the punchbowls was from the bridal LloydStanleyPANAMA Donna Duncan

were Mrs. Rufus W. bouquet.

tdants Wear Pink Mixson, Mrs. W. Travis Lof- Upon their return, the Cassel5LOCHLOOSA ;-Calton I CITY Mr. and Florida State U n i versity,

TI attendants incluled ten, Mrs. A. T. Fletcher and bridegroom will continue his Mrs. Rayford L. Lloyd of where she is a member of Brides'Book

da,.Nce Glass Saxon,:'canthicr : ia- Mrs. Fred Laughon, assistedby studies at the University of Mr. and Mr. Calton is now serving Panama City have announcedthe Kappa Delta sorority.Mr. .

coif honor; Miss bride-' Mrs. William L. Lowry, Florida. They will be at homeat Mrs. Edgar of Lochloosa an- with the U. S. Army in Ham- engagement of their Stanley was graduatedfrom

sister of the Mrs. J. F. Wyche, Mrs. 1326 NW 3rd Avenue nounce the engagement of burg, Germany.The daughter, Miss Kay Lloyd, to Georgia Military Acad-

". Miss Carolyn Riig ell, Wayne Sandefur and Mr s. Out of Town Guests their daughter, Miss Lois Henry T. Stanley Jr., son of emy and the University of

ntCarolyn Branan /Ian d Pierre Bejano. Among the out of town Marie Cassels, to James Dan- wedding will be an Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Stan- Florida, where he received a
odarbara Mallard, tridese : Others assisting with the event of June 12 at 8 p.m. at ley of Gainesville.Miss BS degree in advertising. He
I guests at the wedding were: iel Calton, son of Mr. and MONDAY
and Miss Jan Stev- hospitalities Mrs. Fel- the Lochloosa M e t h odist is a member of Sigma Chi May 11
were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zeiglerand Mrs. Sidney Cochran of Lloyd was graduatedfrom
junior bridesmaid.ey Church. No invitations are fraternity. Mr. Stanley Is associated Shower Miss Car.
my Ford, Mrs. James Greene, family Mrs. Robert Al- Apopka.The Gulf Park College and honoring
wore dresses identiin Mrs. Herbert Stevens, Mrs. being sent, and all friends with the International ole Diane Nachtrieb, bride-
len, Mrs. C'a Zeigler, mater- bride-elect was gradu- attended Huntington College.She .
ballerina -, length Ora Wynn and Mrs. Tommy nal grandmother of the bride, ated from Hawthorne High and relatives of the coupleare Paper Company.The elect of John E. Smiley, 2:30:

'ith gowns of blush! pinku Ridgell. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Welliever, School. invited to attend. received a BS degree in wedding is planned for p.m., lounge of old Alachua

de soie with pouf over- Miss Sue Zeigler, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hut- m business administration from early June in Panama City. General Hospital, Miss Pat

:rts caught at the hem with Jane Johnston and Miss Ann son and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stuart and Miss Linda Lloyd,

(silk rose. Their ,matching Arnow kept the bride's book. Mitchell from Tampa; Mr. SimonsorKISSIMMEE \iStruthersperform PowellAndersonROCK hostesses. .

adpleces were single roses Rice bags were distributed by and Mrs. Richard Faulkner, FRIDAY, May 15
ith circular nose veils of ny- D onn a Poteet, Sandra Pur- St. Mrs. Druscilla MajorUSA j the ceremony.The .
Petersburg, HILL, S.C. Dr. Springs Elementary School Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss
bride-elect received
m tulle. Their cascade bou- ( Ret.) and Mrs. ArnoldL. a
vis and Betty Ann Greene. Peacock, Clearwater; Mrs.E. BS degree in Nursing from and Mrs. Orrin Bert Powell and Leon High School, Talla- Lila Wendelyn Beden-
Simonson of ,
}juets were of pink roses. When the couple left for a W. Moon, paternal grand- the. oi f: Cornell University New York Jr. of Rock Hill, S. C. hassee, where she was a baugh and their son, FrankJ.
ley Best and man ushers was included William Bark- wedding trio to Asheville, N. mother of the bride, and Mrs. announce their daughter, Miss Carol l Hospital School of Nursing formerly of High Springs and member of the Junior Honor Jamison III, Mr. and

Jay C., the bride wore a Kelly Myrtle Sizemore, Summer- Lee Simonson of Gainesville, and a M.Ed. degree from the Tallahassee, announce the Socisiy.! She was graduatedfrom Mrs. Frank J. Jamison Jr.
Donald Rice Jr. Dell Jerni-
Arthur McCullars, Rob- green suit of silk shantung- ville.- Ga... Mrs. Estelle Davi- to Gordon F. Struthers, son of University of Florida. She is engagement of their daughter, the Winthrop Training of Winter Park, University
gan Powell to School Rock Hill saluta-
research Miss Bettianne as Inn.
Commander and Mrs. F. E. employed as a nurse
ert Rowe and James Watson.
at the J. Hillis Miller Health John Wesley Anderson III, torian and member of the
Struthers of Virginia Beach,
Reception: FollowsMr. Atkinson Bride and Rehearsal dinner honoring
Mary Center. son of Mr. and Mrs. John National Honor Society
and Mrs. Jones were Va.The Wesley Anderson Jr., of Rock delegate to the Girls' State. Miss Carole Diane Nachtrieband
wedding will be an The bridegroom elect is
bosts at a reception in th e Hill S. C. John E. Smiley, homeof
event of 22 at the J. Miss Powell Is a student at
August a senior in the School of For-
church auditorium the
following Of J. E Entrekinstreamers. Hillis Miller Health Center estry at the University of Flo- The bride elect Is the Queens College, Charlotte, bride-elect's parents-
the Mr. and Mrs. L. Nach
Thebride's ceremony. : Chapel. The bride-elect's father rida. He is a member of Delta granddaughter of Mrs. Mar- N.C., where she !is a memberof Harvey
mother trieb 2510 NE 11th
wore who is a Chaplain, will, Sigma Phi fraternity.but vin P. Summers of High Phi Mu. She will completeher Terrace.
sheath of
a gown peacock Miss Mary Elizabeth Atkinson Springs. She attended High studies at Winthrop College SATURDAY 16
chiffon and small May
I/, became the bride of and the University of
Miss Katherine Atkinson,
f matching hat. Mrs. Thrasher, DuncanMartinMICANOPY Bridesmaids luncheon hon-
James Newman Entrekin Sat- South Carolina.
motherof the bridegroom, :sister of the bride, wore a lave Lutheran oring Miss Lila Wendelyn Be-
urday at 2 p.m. at the Chapelof ender street length dress, and The bridegroom elect was
hose a gown of dusty rose denbaugh, fiancee Frank J.
Mrs. and all friends and relatives Guild
the Incarnation.Rev. .
carried a cascade bouquet of graduated from Win t h r op
imported lace over taffeta Edward M. Berckman daisies. Mrs. R. C. Duncan of Mica- are invited to attend. Training School and will re- Jamison III, 12:30 p.m., Mrs.
and a small flowered hat with the Sets PlansTwo W. E. Cauthen and Mrs. Mar
performed the before nopy announce engage- ceive a BS degree from The
ceremony -
tiny veil. Both had corsagesof Marvin Wesley Entrekinof and garet Wurster hostesses, HolIday -
an alter adorned with ar- ment approaching mar- Citadel. He is a member of
white., carnations. rangements of white gladioli Micanopy, brother of the riage of their daughter, Miss WeddingPlans congregational events the Sons of the American Rev Inn.Wedding.

Assistants and chrysanthemums.The bridegroom, was best man. Donna Duncan, to Homer Joe were planned during the joint olution. Mr. Anderson will be of Miss Carole
Mrs. Luther McDowall and Ushers were Wesley H.
circles of the
meeting of all
Martin, of Mr. and Mrs. associated with Connecticut
bride Is the daughter son Diane Nachtrieb, daughter of
Mrs.. Jay D. Rice greeted Weaver and Melvin N. Smith.A First Lutheran Ladies Guild
of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank E. Atkinson Roland Martin of Micanopy.Miss Mutual Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach
guests at the door and introduced reception was held at the recently at the Parish Hall. ,
them to the receivingline. of Lake Worth and Holiday Inn following the Duncan was graduatedfrom The first will be a potluck The wedding will take place trieb and John Edward

the bridegroom is the son wedding.Mrs. Gainesville High School. S which will follow June 4, which is the silver Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs.T. .
a of Mrs. Mary L. Ward of Mi- buffet May 24, M. of Live Oak
She is employed by Belk- ListedPlans wedding anniversary of the Smiley ,
The bride's table and punch Ronald Howard, sis- the 11 a.m. church serv-
canopy, and Marshal M. En- 7:30 Gethsemane Luth-
bride-elect's The
tables were covered with ter of the bride, and Mrs. Lindsey.Mr. ice and the second is a pic- parents. nup- p.m.
trekin of Columbia Miss. tials will be solemnized at the eran Church. Reception following -
; )i cloths of silk organza over Robert Patten, served cake nic, tentatively planned. for
Given in marriage by her Martin is serving with are announced today Oakland Avenue Presbyterian at the home of the
satin and draped with and poured punch. Miss Mar- July 19. This affair will follow -
garlands father, the bride wore a ballerina the U. S. Navy now stationedin for the wedding of Miss Car- Church of Rock Hill. bride's parents.Mother's .
of smilax. Bride's roses jorie Daniell of East Point, the Vacation Bible School
USS ole Diane
t length gown of silk i San Diego aboard the Nachtrieb, daughter -
:, and greenery decorated I organza over taffeta, trim- Ga., kept the bride's book. Piedmont. He will return to of Mr. and Mrs. HarveyL. sessions, July 617. r--------------------,

I the candelabra and palms med with Alencon lace. Her After a wedding trip to the Micanopy on Tuesday.The Nachtrieb, and John Ed- Rev. Robert Besalskl, pas- \

placed. about the room. silk illusion veil fell from a Great Smokies, the newly- ward Smiley, son of Mr. and tor, gave the devotions and \
Those serving wed dIn I g crown of lace, sequins and weds will return to make wedding will be an Mrs. T. M. Smiley of Live i also discussed developmentsin \ \

cake were Mrs. Walter P. pearls. She carried her great their home at 321 NW 19th event of Sunday, May 17, at Oak.The the parish building pro \ \

Wynn, Mrs. Louis Latimer,.,, grandmother's prayer book, Lane, Gainesville. Mr. Entre- 7 p.m. in the Micanopy Methodist wedding will be an gram. .\ \

Mrs. Vera Jenkins, Mrs. R. centered with orchids, lilies kin is employed by the J. Church.No event of Saturday, May 16, \ \
Hill English, Mrs. John Pau I of the valley and white satin Hillis Miller Health Center. invitations will be sent, at 7:30 p.m. in the Gethse- All guild funds above current \
obligations will be held \
mane Lutheran Church. Pas-
tor Norman E. Keifer will until needed for chancel fur- L y yc

E Gobble-Smith Vows Are Exchanged perform the ceremony. nishings in the new sanctu

Miss Donna Breedon .of c Day Bouquet S Sa
"'" ary.Mrs.
Charleston, S. C., former. E. G. Yost, Guild pres-
CROSS CITY -The mar- Moore of Sarasota. ly of Gainesville, will serve: ident, announced two special charmingFLOWER i

riage of Miss Sandra Marie The bride's mother chose a as maid of honor. projects for members: clean.

Smith and Harold Graves rose beige lace dress and Tim Smiley, of Live Oak, ing committee for special HOLDER iS

Gobble was solemnized Satur- a EE matching accessories for her brother of the bridegroom, jobs not included in custodial

day afternoon in the First daughter's wed din g. The will be best man. service, and a committee for I S 1; IN REED & BARTON'SHEAV1

Baptist Church of Cross City. : bridegroom's mother chose a A reception will follow the collection of clothing.Refreshments ., 5ILYERPLATE \

Rev. Richard C. Gardner 3\a ??S yC soft pink sculptured crepe ceremony at the home of the were served r : \
i performed the double ring dress with white accessories. bride's parents. by members of the Miriam \

ceremony before a chancel Both wore pink rosebud cor Invitations will not be sent Circle. $7.95

adorned with baskets of white \ sages. and all friends and relativesof September 1 is the date J. jOust

gladioli, white chrysanthemums Reception FollowsA the couple are invited to scheduled for the next joint \ .x inc.fed.tax I.

pompons and fern. reception was given at attend. __ meeting._ \ 1
Nuptial music was presented r 'ate \
the Putnam Lodge, followingthe \
Griner soloist
by Dudley .
Baskets of
and Mrs. Spurgeon Cheek t< j
Jr., organist.The zti'R white gladioli and chrysan- BRIDES-TO-BE. \
themums decorated the recep- Anderson \
: Frank N. \
bride is the daughter tion =
room. i
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Royce announces his : I
Rick Martorano of Tallahassee complete with i
: \
Smith of Cross City. She is wx. IIWEDDINCPACKAGE 1
played the piano during
of silverplatedbowl S
maternal granddaughter
the reception. .. PLAN" \
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Carter, ; ; a glass y
Chiefland, and the paternal Cutting the wedding cake '-_ Including .. your engagement '\ flower Holder \
i formal studio I ,
was Miss Janice Lee Gobble, photograph.
of Mrs.J. f
granddaughter : : k portrait. (Made in studio in wedding c sprigs of \
sister of the
of Shamrock. The informalphotographs I .
J. Ross' dress.) And 8 ci
bridegroom is the son of Dennis Reussow, Miss Sandy mad on your wed ) \ forgetmenotand S

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Gobbleof Haynes and Miss June Haf- r. ding day. candle. ti

Gulf Breeze. ferkam poured punch. \ Holder is21znhigb \
with the $4950 I.
Assisting hospitalities -
Given in marriage by her GA ;YET were Mrs. E. C. Mc- ." All for only \ .
the bride wore a r :
father, gownof r
Leod, Mrs. Clem Gee Mrs. '
de soie and imported $62.50 \ r.
0. 0. Edwards, Mrs. Joe
Chantilly lace over layers of \ I. .
Shoniker, Mrs. W. A. Rains, 1
starched net and bridal taf- Mrs. W. W. Wheeler and Miss S \
feta, and featuring a chapel Katheryn Seal. When you are ready to announce your engagement phonefor of \ 'a1ne4i t.Q t.
train. Her veil of illusion fells an appointment stating t'CU want to take advantage \
Floor hostesses were, Mrs. Package Plan" later we set the second Ep
our "Wedding ft
from a peau de soie pill box, studio .'. and # y ys
Jack Carlton, .Mrs. M. H. appointment to make your formal portrait .Jta41dilde4& Wa. fS
and she carried a bouquet of Brannen, Mrs.. Matye MilTe, finally on your wedding day we tell your wedding story in 8 I t
white rosebuds and an orchid. lovely informal wedding photographs.
Mrs. 'Harold Graves Gobble Mrs. William Drawdy and ckesrr
II Attendants Wear Blue Mrs. K. Griner. Mrs. Ray- \ \ '

Attending the bride were bouqdets of yellow. chrysanthemums. flower girl, wore a blue frock mond Berry, aunt of the bride, \ : \. I i iy
and carried a basket! of greenery J Photography'In ,1sdIb.IcfkwIs
Miss Bettye Jean Gee, maid served as wedding coordinator "Outstanding y \

of honor; Miss Janice Garri- Miss Scheri Lynn Berry and and light yellow chrysan and assisted at the recep Gainesville Since 1933 ) \\L r-

gus, Miss Elizabeth Coon, Miss Sherilyn Rhea Ruff, cousins themums. \

and Mrs. H. F. Jones Jr., of the bride, were junior Robert Walker of Mattoon, tion.Mrs.. J. Paul Reynolds Jr. FR, 6.5323 \ .
bridesmaid. bridesmaids. They wore Ill, served as best 'm an. of Tallahassee kept the bride's S I 103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE \ ,.

I They,wore dresses of light dresses identical to those of Ushers were George Newmanof book, and Mrs. Eugene Fletcher I 821 N.W. 13th St. \t MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAL SERVICE \ .',1

z blue taffeta with matching the bridesmaids.Miss Bristol Va., Joel Eisensonof of Jacksonville receivedat \ :

headpiece. and. they carried : Joyce Larayne.Ruff, Tallahassee, and Jack the door. 1-_________.L.I .L.// __ ... .1'-' I

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i8 Gainesville Sun Sunday May 10 1964
.I -......-.. ---- nation or subscription! the Living almostoff
'\ Photoaraher-Exp/orer/ To Give Talk foundation, which is ent- the land and se. Sun 7B
I ly acquiring funds i fo con. salty safari, the phc -
struction of clinic c plea nalists developed ui

ft adventure"An evening is of planned"Ann-chair for the Arthur daughter Schouten of Mr.of and Gaines Airs.. for the rehabilitatio ,. and vivial techniques."Fish Jal I
care of the elderly the
r.J/tIJ fJlrL ? those attending the color ville. formed
J Safari" The "Everglades Safari" Foundation property in\New-\ of our diet," Miss fi
:J. film "Everglades to
1fllEk&& kt&: be narrated in person by a program is presented as a berry. "and in six month'!
\ \ : former newspaper editor, benefit for the Florida Ger- The film covers the r ord- and smoked or boirj
lIoSEflINE ': I Barbara Home Stewart'at the ontology Foundation, a non- making six-month sem ut- pounds of fish: rifV Ie r
1J\\ $- i Gainesville Woman's Club on profit corporation with head- vivial trip that Miss StL art' fish, bass, snook, r 1
Friday at 8 p.m. quarters in the Medical Rotunda and her former husband bade fish and shark..A .
) LOWMAN xfu.k... q i > Miss Stewart who owned at Newberry. through the wilds of ver- spectacular f e
j <
; and operated the NewberryNews Admission to the filmlec- glades National Park an)the film is the first c e.n
from 1943 to 1953, is ture will be by a freewill do- Ten Thousand Islands. graphs of the Key;
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Women Are Overweight 5 -L. tpn B. Daniel
mt' !ed at a mis-

Because They Are Bored i A y x., given by Wed"ing Mrs.-

w p nd Mrs. Lowell
Those of you who started LUNCHEON t I (1'IJ' h"n(4dson home.
my 9-Day Reducing Diet this Fresh fruit salad 'C _
_ week must be experiencing *, her
the beginning of success. Two tablespoons cottage N., TUES., WlF mo 1*
cheese Ridgell and
521 NW 13th frREET
Your waistline may be a bit One glass skimmed milk Beet's
looser and feel bit
slimmer. But you if may this has a not wheat One thin toast dry slice of whole Mon. thru Thurs. 8 'til 9; Fri. 8 a.m. 'til 1p.m.; Sat. 8 a.m. 'til 5 Daniel Sr,

happened yet, do not be dis- ation cor-
couraged.You DINNER tesses
do not lose at a regular Baked fish, medium portion of pink

rate day by day. After dieting One-half cup cabbage, light NEVER_ FROZEN! .lowers in
without seeming success ly cooked .
for three or four days, all of One-half cup spinach or FLA. GRADE "A" a large
a sudden you will find that greens Ited then
you are three or four pounds One glass skimmed milk .(WHOLE) cloth
lighter. One orange bh table,
If you would like to have idles in
Psychologists say that many ReducingDiet BLANKETS t whiteholding
complete 9-Day
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women become overweight in booklet form, send 10 \
because they are bored and
cents and a stamped, self-ad a
comfort themselves with food.
dressed envelope with your *, -/ LB J played
Well I must say that food is a CLEANED
request for it to Josephine fts were
comfort and that it is tied in ,
Lowman in care of the Gainesville Y a large
with our past experiences and Sun.Woman's. MOTH.PROOFED I I -_ '
b ;
emotions. However, I th i nk X
that there Is an even more C gave
In her
important fa"tor. Club 4
and ; ; tl: J .silver
I think that most women
Annual WrappedIn
are so busy taking care of MeetingSet tMrs..
others that they just do not 4 Cun.Mrs..
get around to taking care of MondayAnnual CellophaneBags ::.a: I .
themselves as soon as they L i I ., R,
t should. They are so busy and .
time meeting of the FOR '" Mrs.E..
slips by and they, being
human, procrastinate.Now Gainesville Woman's Club 50 LIMITED fiaM <::.dy. ,x X.a -tte,
will be held Monday at 3 rrs
is the time to stop p.m. at the clubhouse, West TIME ONLY &. (LIMIT: 2 with your $3, or More, Food Order, Please) 11:
that.I University Avenue.
Business of the day will be
am bringing you my 9- yearly reports presented by Ideal Laundry z t 1.
Day Reducing Diet this week. the club officers. :
Here are the menus for tomor Serving as hostesses will 517 S.W. 2nd AVE. % ; "FOLGER'S"INSTANT f
I row. be members of the Divisionof 4 ; '
Education committee with -
I BREAKFAST :Mrs. John W. Wilson, chairman .
One egg and members of the DI-
One thin dry slice of whole vision of Public Health with 1724 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE YELLOW"l COFFEE
wheat toast Mrs. John R. Bangs, chair 1717 N.W.1st AVE. "GOLDEN

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walk on stilts witness the plantation deep in the jungle. Learn startling nesUI'YIyal: W ith'Ihi hose of 95 NEW "BLUE POLYETHYLENE .SHIELD"
and salt water camping tech pure
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dawn In the Big Cypress resh .
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on the primitive beaches of Cape heart;-of-palm' or swamp cab Live off the land eating survival r0 un CAOD AS T>' NIA Y ,3 MODESS
Sable. bage" for dinner foods: wild cucumbers, COU N THRU W ED?
cactus, hyacinth "floats", beach
of the *'Meet the World's Most Popular beans, cattails, coontie and sour
color photos
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tiny the ,size vanishing of a large Florida dog Key. .deer.nnd -and Hermit learn why- Rob his strange Roy! Ozmer-hermitage oranges.
draws 10,000 visitors a -* EXPLORE the remains of 2- 50 EXTRA 1
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Belle Starr explore sugar Thru Weds May 11
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with Boojum, the Hermit's' dog,
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.. explorers as they drag their ca- who goes rockfishing for two "BLEACH PACKETS"

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I I __;:Mrs. Reitz:; HosteSS1", ;_ Houseguests Make Long, Short" Visits Bridal

I To UF Club Boards -,. ...... __ ,- -- ,
i ""' '
::;: # 4.'r... ::<' Shower

...-.. '
X.: .torsi:...L Wayne Reitz was ideas on newcomers activi- .;!. '
"' -last week at two in- -
.formal parties honoring leaders l Mrs. George and Mrs. JohnF. *g\ ... Given

of the University Worn Baxter, incoming presi- .
en's.Club and the Newcom- i
dent of the University Wom- 1
f ,_$r* Group ,of,, the Universityof en's Club, the Newcomers' Miss Carolyn Ridgell, fie

Florida. faculty wives or- sponsoring organization, were a k rw. ancee of Charlton B. Daniel

:ganization. special guests. Jr., was honored at a mis-
The events, one a coffee Mrs. Maurice Boyd is out-
: Thursday morning, and the going adviser to the group NlC-0R ; cellaneous shower given Wed-
: other: :a luncheon' Mon and Mrs. W. 'C. Thomas Jr tl' I I nesday evening by Mrs.

: day, closedactivities. -for the is incoming adviser.. :: k !i Grant Edson and Mrs. Lowell
: two groups for the current f ,g '. Mock at the Edson home.
: academic year.

: both took place at the Pres- SpringLuncheon 6'ffiP aFiM t .t j' The bride-elect, her moth-
': ident's Residence. A i < I l er, Mrs. Tommy Ridgell, and

I : The Monday luncheon hon-, \' a C [ the bridegroom-elect's mother -

: ored members of the incoming -: ; A r : I er, Mrs. C. B. Daniel Sr.,
and outgoing boards of the t. w. I
| were given carnation
corsages -
: University Women's Club, and /
: followed of by the hostesses.
a joint meeting \
Held '
two_ executive ards. Pitt- .:.x "t c
: :
i \ | arrangement of pink
,. I
grams' plans for the com :. '...... u 8 yx3 Y > and white
: flowers
spring in
ing academic year were discussed. Spring meeting of the UF ....c. .Y..P3._ ;Nn .. _.9- .... ':_,u
./ 3 a silver bowl and a large
:Buffet luncheon was servedIn Engineering Wives Club was 5l36th 2 col & 3 col Houseguests Make Soc c'linesMrs. Miss Alicia Monti, left, and Miss Laura Monti, right and their houseguest, wedding bell decorated the
the large dining roo rp. h i g h 1 i ghted by a luncheon, Frank Eblen of Akron, left, and her daughter Miss Delia Gonzalez of Buenos Aires, center, admire native art from their mantel. A pink linen cloth
A silver; compote, filled with election of officers and c a rd Mrs. Richard. Schmidt, were pictured during a home in Argentia. Miss Gonzalez who teaches high school history, is visit- was used on the table
yellow'roses and snapdragons, games. The group met in the luncheon given last week to compliment the Ohio ing her close friends while auditing classes at the University of Florida this which held pink punch candles in,
centered the table. East Blue room of The Stu- visitor. trimester. In mid-June, the three will go to Washington, D.C., and then on to silver holders and
Dessert served in the dent Service Center with Mrs. New York City to see the World's Fair before Miss Gonzalez returns to South a
was china
cupid epergne holding
small dining room with Mrs. Choate presiding.Red Mrs. Frank Eblen of Akron, Another of the courtesies extended America. sweetheart roses.

Harry Philpott, wife of the and white roses and Ohio, will leave today by Mrs. Eblen was a Shower games were playedand
University Vice-President, and fern decorated the tables and plane after a week's visit small luncheon Friday when the honoree's gifts were
Mrs. Theodore S. George, out- the name cards, tallys, and Mrs. Crevasse entertained at Junior CofC Wives ElectThe
with her daughter, Mrs. Rich- presented to her in a large
going president of the club, place cards carried out a her home.
presiding at the table. spring flower theme. The door ard Schmidt, and Dr. Schmidt wishing well.
The two hostesses
Coffee ThursdayThe prize was awarded to Mrs., Gainesville J u nior president. dent, Mrs. David J. Waldrop; Miss Ridgell in gave her
informal coffee Thursday William F. Fagen, Mrs. 'Robert Chamber of Commerce Wives Officers for the coming i crystal
During the Ohioan's brief French children enjoy j social secretary and program chosen pattern and a silver
morning honored the in- Bailey l and Mrs. C. W. Auxiliary held their annual year are: president, Mrs. W.
snacks of French bread eaten
visit in Gainesville Mrs. Frank K. Lentz serving dish.
a num-
and boards of
coming outgoing Pennington received bridge
election of officers Thursday W. Wilkerson first vice-j
with of semi-sweet
pieces and Mrs. T. Lynn Woods; The guest list included Mrs.
the Newcomers. while Mrs. William H. ber of social courtesies have
prizes night at the home of Mrs. president, Mrs. Eugene R.
chocolate; your youngsters treasurer, Mrs. David B. Sin- R. B.
Myers, Mrs. Tony Cun-
This group, composed of Ellis received canasta prize. been given including a luncheon the combination.For George E. Summers, retiringChurch Spayd; second vice presi-
newcomers to the Universityof The officers elected are: might enjoy cere; membership, Mrs. TomE. ha, Miss Becky Cunha, Mrs.G. .
Thursday afternoon at the Gravlee; publicity, Mrs. D. Trucano, Mrs. D. R.
Florida faculty, was greeted Mrs. J 0 h n C. Reed, presi- -
by Mrs. Reitz, honorarym dent; Mrs. William Nolan, Gainesville Golf and Country lunch your youngster Circles Jesse E. Markham; and tele- Cox, Mrs. E. F. Lower, Mrs.
e m b er of the University vice president and program Club. might enjoy a puffy omelet phone chairmen, Mrs.. Edd Louis Ziegler, Mrs. J. E.
t Women's Club; Mrs. G. chairman; Mrs. Paul Downey,. with red currant jelly hiddenin C. Chittum and Mrs. CharlesS. Courtney, Mrs. Leo Bessette,
Paul Moore, chairman of the secretatry and treasurer; Hostesses for the party its fold. Good with plain First Lutheran Church 9:30: a.m., at the church. Hazen.A Miss Nathlie Bessette, Mrs.

Newcomers' Board, and Mrs. Mrs. R. E. Reed-Hill, publicity were Mrs. Richard Weaver, bread and butter! WSCS, Wesley Community Wesleyan Service Guild, 8pm. meeting of the board of J. E. Walls, Mrs. J. R. O'Mal-

R. Dean Coddington, incom- ; and Mrs. Ralph W. Kluge, Mrs. George Collins, Mrs. Ar- Your husband will probably ., Miss Marjorie Shealey, directors has been scheduled ley, Mrs. C. B. Daniel Sr.,
Methodist Church.
ing chairman of the board. courtesy chairman. Mrs. Earl nold Nevis and Mrs. Melvin enjoy raw vegetables, servedas 2315 NE 11th Terrace. Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Mrs. Frank N. Anderson,
Coffee was served in the Martinson presented the nom- Greer, who presented the hon- a before-dinner appetizerin TUESDAY, May 12 home of Mrs. David B. Sin- Miss Gail Anderson, Miss
main dining room. The table inating committee report oree with an orchid corsage. the living room, if you ac- WEDNESDAY, May 12 cere, 3632 NW 41st Lane. All Barbara K 1 e m e n t, Miss
was accented by an ar- which was unanimously ac The luncheon table was cen- company the vegetables with Esther Circle, 8 p.m., Mrs. Susanna Wesley Circle, 3 outgoing board members and Glenda Moon, Mrs. W. D.
rangement of day lilies and cepted. tered with an arrangement of seasoned salt. Put the season- Robert Dinda, 1910 SW 34th p.m., Church. newly-elected officers are, Reynolds, and Miss Dorothy
bronze leaves In an antique Mrs. Glen Schoessow was pink, white and yellow carnations ed salt in a pretty regular salt Street. invited to attend this orienta- Ridgell, sister of the bride-
silver water pitcher. Aye 1- chairman of the part Her and chrysanthemums.Guests shaker for attractive service.To tion session. elect.
low and bronze silk drape at assistant hostesses, all wivesof SATURDAY, May 16
the base of arrangement members of the Nuclear included Mrs. Ed- make chocolate curls, Turn leftover cooked rice Other plans discussed at the
repeated the hues of the day Engineering department, in- .iward Bird, Mrs. Bob Cade, shave the flat side of a thick Sarah Circle, 4 p.m., fam- into Fried Rice a Chinese Thursday night session included -
: lilies. cluded Mrs. G. R. Dalton, Mrs. Lamar Crevasse, Mrs.J. one-ounce square of semi- ily covered dish supper, Mrs. dish that is always popular. the membership drive, Nowadays some spongecaketype
: Mrs. Philpott poured cof Mrs. W. H. Ellis, Mrs. Louis, R. Green, Mrs. Jared Knif- sweet chocolate with a vege Eugene Yost, 4026 SW 21st To make it, just heat the rice which will be conducted fora recipes call for whole
: fee during the morning, Grant, Mrs. M. J. Chanian; fen, Mrs. Thomas Newcomb, table peeler, pressing down Street. in oil with minced onion or three-month period. eggs beaten until stiff. If you
: which included a get- acquainted Mrs. Thomas Parkinson, Mrs.R. Mrs. Ward Noyes, Mrs. Joseph firmly. Start at one end of the scallions and any leftover Anyone wishing to join the are using a recipe of this
: period for the mem- B. Perez, Mrs. Donald Shipp, Mrs. W. J. Tay square and draw the peelerover TUESDAY, May 12 meat such as veal, ham or auxiliary should contact Mrs. sort, have the eggs at room
bers of two boards, and opportunity Price, Mrs. Robert Uhrig, and lor and Mrs. Samuel P. Mar the full length of the Annette Haden Circle and pork; stir in soy sauce to Jesse Markham or Mrs. TomE. temperature so they'll beat up
for an exchange of Mrs. John Wethington. tin. chocolate. Fannie Evelyn Dewar Circle, taste. Gravlee. to the best volume.

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(, 8B Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 10, 1964 j,I i

.:\i : (II't their intention to "eliminate all 3 j jj
forms of segregation based on jj jI

t <&atIiP.SUi& iun Methodist Integration Now race conferences," and directed to work the for separate transferof jI I j

Negroes into white jurisdic- ti I
; tr F

1-i RELIGION Up to Church MembersPITTSBURGH I tions.During-a discussion on world i I i

peace the conference expressed
i L Pa. (AP-In-. the church, which claims 13 mil One report went into the hope that the U.S. governmentwould

dividual members assumed the lion members throughout the church's discipline or rule book.It work toward reestablishment
: key role today of determiningthe world, including about 10 mil- makes persons of all races
Convention TalesI'owre' lion in the United States. eligible to attend services. of communicationswith
i success of the Methodist Cuba and Red China.
Church's actions to remove bar- The conference adopted Delegates tabled a proposed 1

riers to racial equality within several resolutions pertaining to amendment to church law that

as Theme the church. the race question. Most of them would have made any bishop or

The church's General Confer- called for voluntary action by minister liable to trial for "re- .

I ence, which adjourned its quad- the church membership.The fusing admission to any -serviceor 0 .
OCALA "Ours is a power. Petersburg is the convention {
; rennial meeting Friday, took worship by reason of race, ... .: _
900 delegates, during the ,
I conscious world. In the midst president. He sajd that all some action toward removingthe color or national origin or aiding

of our preoccupation with power convention speakers have been? barriers but did not level meeting that lasted almost two such refusal. ....
asked to base their addresseson weeks, voted overwhelmingly in
them .
completely.The ,
the church continues to proclaim T !
aspects of the power of God favor of several reports with the _Delegates also adopted reports
the power of God. Peopleare and its use by Christians. General Conference is the opposition coming from Southern banning discrimination in
I waiting for Christians to supreme policy-making body of delegates. church hiring practices, restated
demonstrate that power" Dr. Dr. Drash will lead off with ..-- ---
J. Wayne'Drash said in an- the President's address, u s big .
the theme for the 1964 "The Saving Power of God" --
nouncing as
,. ..
convention of Florida Christi a n his theme. He is to speak at the AIR CONDITION NOW! -

Churches. fellowship banquet, which opens
the convention on May 14. The
"Beyond Words Power! banquet will be held at the Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner Dealer
is to be the theme throughoutthe Christian Churches' Silver

May 14-16 sessions of the Springs Conference Grounds at I V /

churches 73rd ann u al conven- 5:30 p.m.Other %
tion. First Christian Church Pre-Season SaleBEAT
here is the host congregation. Florida clergymen in { 1{
the denomination will speak at

Dr. Drash, minister of Mirror meetings during the conven- 4 s4) ,,.... ,
Church in St.

convention comes to a
Host ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We .
Church to close with three banquets on .
Saturday night. The Christi a n I Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditionersa r i 5+ 1, 1t

21st Session Youth Fellowship will hold its first class unit with good prices.

Banquet at the Silver S p rings '
Conference Grounds, the Chris- COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. a

I Of Ministers :tian Men's Fellowsip is to meet We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. .x .. -

Primitive at the Marion Hotel and the : WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL
The Gainesville Christian Women's Fellowship
!I I Baptist Church, SW 34th Street at First Methodist Church here. I

and Archer Road, is to be hostI I All units ere Flush NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered
{ to the Twenty-first Session of'ALACHUA COUNTY ZONING COMMIS I Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Price
the Florida Primitive Baptist! CoO, GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Rating Amps Volts Ft. pts. hr. of Unit
Association begin- Notice Is hereby given that the Alachua Thermostat 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 :
I 'I Ministerial County Zoning Commission will hold a Controlled x
ning Tuesday evening and con-i public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on Wednesday 5.000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97
May 21. 1944 in the County Commission -
tinuing through Thursday.The Room (.01) In the Courthouse Slide-out: Speed Chassis Fan 6,200 71/2 115 375 I.R 152.50 '
to consider requests to rezone the following -
10,000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97
described property in the following
morning and afternoon described manner: All Certified NEMA 14,000 12. 230 875 4.6 199.97 4 r ,i
will be devoted to the I Application No. Si Rezone from Agriculture CN-1 Rated.
meetings I to Business "A" (Requested by 15.000 11.6 2dO 920 4 2.15.00'' COMPLETE
discussion of church business. Mr. Norwood Hope $17' 98 .,
Prices include: 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00
A tract of land situated In the NW '4 OUTFIT
Each evening at 7:30 p.m. of Sec. 25 T9S. RICE Alachua County. Delivery 1-Year 17500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00
serve Florida, said tract of land being more Service on Parts &
will be regular preaching particularly described as follows: Labor and 5 Years 19:000: 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 263.97 : WHEN you WANT 70 CHARM
Ii 25 Commence T9S. R19E at the and NW run corner S 01 deg of Sec.02' Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 230 1.190 6.4 266.75 .

ices.The public Is invited to at of 24"said E, along Sec. 25.the tS9 West.10 line feet of thence the NW run Vt Refrigeration Systems. 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50GAINESVILLE'S wear Country Set's Batiste dot

N 88 deg 51' 34" E, 50.00 feet to the twosome. Blouse and skirt In blue with
Easterly right of way line of NW :34th
thence Street run and S the 01 deg.Point 02'of 26"Beginning E. along; LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST white e, or white with blue can be-
New the Easterly right of way line of said
Propose NW :34th Street. 960.00 feet: thence run matched or contrasted wish. .
N 80 deg. 36' 41" E. 334.83 feet to the as you
Westerly Blvd. (Glen right Springs of way Road line;of thence NW 23rd run Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 Full skirt has underskirt. Sizes 315.
Frozen Orange N 11 deg. 44' 13" W, along the Westerly
right of way line of said NW 23rd Blvd. 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGESWe
(Glen Springs Road) 940 00 feet; thencerun
S80- deg. 36' 41" W, 58.08 feet to EXCLUSIVELY OURS
Juice Rules the Point of Beginning. TteifTlUr
The above described property Is -
I ated at the Intersection of NW 23rd Sell and Install
Boulevard and NW :34th Street. ( B Bohannon Jr
WASHINGTON API-Relaxa All recommendations of the Zoning Central.rCondl.tl.onl tfti *"
tions in frozen concentrated orange Commission: will be presented to the Al :
Board of County Commissioners at their !
i juice standards which :meeting to be held. at 2:30 P.M. on Toes- and Heating Including all duet t
day.June 2. 1964.ALAISSIONCHUA work.
would permit leeway in manu- COUNTY J s
ZONING COM Call us for IrM estimates.
facturing and marketing have M I S.E. 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR 2.9561 I
By: Howard Weston Secretary 225 West University Ave. FR 6.3502,
t been suggested by the Agriculture :-(3337 5:10 .
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culture marketing specialists!

said Friday also would bring I
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consist of soluble orange solids, : :. _

would permit use of limited -

amounts of tangerine juice in _______p.J : f' Man. .
the blends, and would include .'f : 1
color standards for orange juice.

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'lt I Sunday, May 10, 1964 Gainesville Sun 98FRY

v3'tellan' Lutheran President. Fry
fltChoirs ; District AssemblySet To ReportOn

:Pl.fm>m To Key note State Convention a for Nazarenes MYF's

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Thfr-youth-tihoirs J the 'First Dr. 'Franklin Clark Fry oNew f, National Council of Churches. C., and the Lutheran Chil a UN SeminarMiss

York, President of the JAI- IS. Home of the South at Sajjlem Pastors and laymen of the intendent will be Dr. G. B. Wil-

Presiyifiiian.Church, under the theran Church in America will Florida's 96 congregation*: Va. A branch office of thChildren's Church of the Nazarene in this liamson, of Kansas City, Mo., Susan Bartley local
make of 30 in th a
direction of Mrs. Edmund Chip.teyw up one synods area will take part in the an- who has served continuouslysince
address delegates to the [ Home
annu- 3,200,000 membership of the was opened re- nual Florida district delegate to the UN Washington -
; n pc ent a springpro-' al (Convention of the Florida \'Gently in Florida. Mrs. 1946 in the highest elective
I synod Lutheran Church. There are 6,. Harry the First Baptist Church in Seminar on Peace and World
:gram of sacred music tonightat meeting t h'r Cressman of St. office of the denomination.
Monday Orlando
oughTuesday 200 congregations in the United I Petersburg is on Monday and Tues- Order from the Florida Conference

; 7:30 o'clock. .. in Good Shepherdchurch States and Canada. With a!I the case worker in charge of day, May 1819. Dr. John L. Knight, of Or- Methodist Youth Fe 1.

2: The groups, including the Junior in Tampa. membership in Florida of 35,000, child care service, which in- III District conventions and Sun- lando, will give his annual lowship, will give a report on

Choir, Carillon Choir and' :Known to many as "Mr. Protestant contributions in 1963 totallecmore I i,'eludes foster homes and coon day services will be held in the!message as district superintendent -I I the seminar at the First Methodist

the ," Time Magazine has ac- than three million dollars,, selling. Orlando city auditorium the preceding and district officers Church at tonight's 7:30
Choristers, numDer'SOIne 50 three da's.Tbe .
claimed him as being "the most and property valuation wa j Synod offices are located in r will be elected. service.

:young people, and are accompanied influential leader of world Prot- fourteen million. Sixty five ol f t Tampa, where the Rev. Dr. presiding general super- Final plans will be made for She participated In the seminar

: by Mrs. Wilson Calaway, stantism" and "one of two or the synod's 96 congregations i I Royall A. Yount is the presi- participation by local Nazarenes with 29 other delegates from

-'organist. i three American churchmen witha are younger churches on mission ,- dent. Mormon Leaders SlatedAt as delegates and guestsat Florida, including Miss Peggy

2 These choirs have sung in ro-! 'tion.wide" international reputa-I status. Attending the m e et i ng from the 16th General Assembly of Halsey, also a member of First

jtation for Sunday evening serve The synod owns and oper'(Gainesville will be the Rev. D. Quarterly Conference the church at Memorial Coliseum Methodist.The .

I Dr. Fry was'keynote speakerat ates the Lutheran Retirement t: Frederick Castor, Dr. Wi I bur Portland, Ore., June 1826.
ices during the past year under C e n t e r at DeLand and Camp purpose of the seminarwas
-Mrs. ChIpley's direction. Their the University of Florida's Emanuel at Grove land. It t Bock and Dr. Robert Cade of Elder T. C. Jacobsen will At the district gathering, annual to help youth become better .

: ReligioninLife Week here shares with several other south: University L u t h eran Church; the :tl represent the Church's General 1 reports will be made by acquainted with the organIzation !
:last program of the spring and during the past trimester. He is em synods in the operation of f the Rev. and Mrs. Norman ( Welfare Committee and Elder I
of 102 churches. These
pastors of the United Nations and
summer will be next Sunday chairman of the central com Newberry College at Newberry,, Kieffer and Mr. B. E. Dasher ) ,, Paul F. Royall the Genealogical I
mittee of the churches have about 8,500 mem with the United States
World Council of S. C., Lutheran Southern Theological -. of Gethsemane Lutheran ; Society. government -
.evening. Churches and is a leader in the! Seminary at Columbia Church. the General sessions of the con bers and a Sunday school enrollment Through attending briefings

ference will be held Sunday at of 18,000. and observing the function-

I Church 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at ing of these organizations, they

DirectoryGAINESVILLE Hendricks Avenue, JacksonvilleThey 7Aki to SleepersLAKE 'begin to discover the Christians'
will be conducted by 'I
place in the national
CHURCHES F ri. at 6:30 and 11:15 Stake President Henry V. Jenkins HELEN (AP) A and world
a.m. Sat 8:30 -
Advent Churches I a.m. Grace Presbyterian Church 3834 McGirtS Blvd., Jacksonville new crossroads sign pointingInterstate !I
at 9 a.m. Confession
Tues. and
The Salvation Army 232 SW I I
3146 NW 13th St., service at 11. Visitors are wel I The report will cover the
1 1
Advent to 4 is
Christian Church, 617 Thurs. at 7 p.m., and Fri. at 2nd Ave., services at 11 a.m. come. Highway help I
NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.Jehovah's. a.m. Elder Jacobsen former ing Lake Helen folk catch upon eight day trip! including four
,:..and 7:30 p.m.Umbarger St. Patrick's Church, 704 NE Highlands Presbyterian Church of the Eastern States Mission their sleep.Residents days in New York and four

Memorial Advent 1st St., masses at 6, 7:30, 9, Witnesses 1001 NE 16th Ave., serviceat is well known in businessas of the area, southwest days in Washington, D.C. Miss
"Christian, 19th St at 45th Ave., Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
10:30: a.m. and 12 noon. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. well as religious fields. He of Daytona Beach, complained Hartley will speak on the brief-
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m. Witnesses America"f
ChristianFirst 1124 NE 3rd Ave., )
service at 6:30 Kanapaha Presbyter is president of a large general to officials that motor Ing sessions, the interviews and
Christian Church, S2nd W p.m. an Church, Archer Road
past contracting and direc fists them
company were waking up at all the visits made by the group to
Alliance Churches : Ave. at 8th St., service at t LutheranFirst Medical Center, service at 11 tor in other organizations. Mrs. hours to ask direction to 1-4. places of special interest.
First Alliance, 11 a.m., worship :11 ajn. a.m. :
Lutheran Church, 1801 Jacobsen is General President
at Bishop Jr. High, 1901 West Side Christian
Church; NW 5th Ave., services at 8:30: Quakers of the Young Women's Mutual Former Jehovah's Witness
NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at'J neeting at Gainesville Little. and 11 a.m.GetbSemane. Religious Society of Friends, Improvement Association.

637 SE 1st Ave. rheatre, 4039 NW 16th Ave., Lutheran 1921 NW 2nd Ave., service a t Elder Royall General Secre-

t Baptist :service Christian at 11 a.m. Church, 1905 NE 12th St., service -11 a.m. tary of the Genealogical Socie- TED DENCHERAuthor ,
Scientist UnitarianUniversalistUnitarian I
First Baptist. 425 W. Univ. Christian Science at 11 a.m.University ty was a school teacher and
Church 420 Lutheran Church. Universalist Fellowship then became a member of
Ave. services at 11 and of
a.m. Wesley
7:30 p.m.. Community Metho- 1826 W. Univ. Ave., service at no. 1204 NW 10th Ave.,i the Salt Lake City School "The Watchtower Heresy Versus the Bible"

Calvary Baptist Church, SE Church of Christ 11 a.m. u both Sunday at 11 school. and service: Board. He is at present on the (Moody Press)
15th St., services at 11 a.m. Church of Christ, 205 NW MethodistCentenary Salt Lake City Public Library, Will Speak At:
and 7:30 pm. :14th St., services at 11 a.m. and I Methodist, 1400 CHURCHES Board of Directors. As a long-i Faith 'Independent Baptist Church
SE Hawthorne Road Assembly of God time member of the General
;:30 services
Church NE 20th
1428 Place
p.m. First 719 N.W. 31st Avenue Gainesville
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Assembly of God, Wai Conference he has traveled
Northeast p.m. Staff -
Church of Christ
services at 11 a.m. and 7:3( do Road Sunday, May 10
p.m. 118 E. Univ. Ave., Bible study: First Methodist, 419 NE 1st I and 7:30, services at 11 a.m widely throughout the I 10:00 and 11:00 A.M., 7:30 P.M.

:. Old Fashioned Missionary it 10 a.m., services at 11 a.m. St., services at 8:45 and 11 pjn.Baptist in Church. i
Baptist Mission at corner of :md 6 p.m.Thirtyninth. a.m. Fellowship at 5:30: ser- -- --- -
ice at 7 Archer Baptist Church, Arch.
Avenue p.m. t-H
5fW Churchf
6th St. and 34th Place, serlrices -
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Christ, 1811 NW 39th Ave., Faith Methodist Church, Howard er, services at 11 a. m. and 8

T. Eastside Church 1501 ;services at 9 a.m. and 6lb, Bishop Jr. High Cafe tor- p.m.Eliam
Baptist ,
ium Baptist Church
m. 1901 NE 9th St., serviceat Melrose -
E. Univ. Ave., services at 111 p. ,
worship services
11 at 11
a.m. a
University Avenue Church ol f
and 7:30
p.m. a.m. and 7:30 .
Faith < Independent Baptist
3536 .NW 8th Ave. First Baptist Church of Mic-
at 11 a.m. and 6:30 a
Church: NW ,31st Ave.. at 7th p.m.
anopy, services at 11 and
dist, 826 NW 23rd Blvd., services a.m.
Ter:,, services: at 11 a.m, and Church OI trod at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.Williston.

-7:30 p.m. Church of God, Hawthorneload Wesley Foundation and University Baptist Church, ser- x
Forest Park Baptist, 1624 I and Third Ave., servicesit Methodist Church, 1320 vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

NW 5th Ave., services at 11 : 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. U1 TTY..;.. A..... _..;... 8 ft t G.AI: Methodist
1 n. v..oy. fit'l'; .lfl' tbN;' 'U U.1oJ I
,J .m-and1:4S,p.m.. and: 11 a.m. Alachua Methodist, SE 1st
.Ga' vi1le Primitive BapUM EpiscopalEpiscopal St.
service at 11 a.m.
... _.. ._
':: u- 'UoL o Mormon
uuurcn, aw mn oi.: ai A"cher Center, Chapel of Melrose Methodist services n8nawy+riS
Road, service at 11 a.m. the Incarnation, 1522 W. Univ. Church of Jesus Christ of Lat, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

North Central Baptist Ave., Holy Communion at 8 Williston Methodist Church, Orange Creek Methodist, US-
Church, 404 NW 14th Ave., services a.m., morning prayer at 11 services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat
a.m. First Sunday Com- ter Day Saints, 1220 SW 5th ;
at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and Holy 9:30 a.m.Newberry.
7:30: p.m. munion at 11 a.m. Ave., Sunday school, 10 a.m., Methodist
servicesat v
Hill 800 NW 40th Sacrament meeting, 6:30: p.m. /4 .5 ;
Baptist 9:55
.Oak a.m. and 7:30 4 :
Holy Trinity, !16 NE 1st St., Nazarene p.m.
'Ave., services at 11 a.m. and f
7:30 Holy Communion at 8 a.m. First Church of the Nazarene

Oak p.m.Park Baptist Church, morning prayer at 9:30 and 11. 302 SE 1st Ave., servicesat Power of Prayer
> "irsi Sunday Holy Communionat 10:45: a.m. and 7:30
4610 Archer Rd., services at II
8, 9:30: and 11.
Trinity Church of the Nazarene
9:45: and 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW St. Michael's, 2180 Milhopper 926 NW 31st Ave., services i g Inc pre- .
23th St., services at 11 a.m. Road Holy Communion at 8:30: at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. vious I nr. :
c 0 -
and 7:45 service at 9:30 University Ave. Church of the ,.
p.m. a.m.; family ; I F' it r
umn was
:Pine Grove Baptist Church Nazarene, 3545 W. Unlv: Ave.,
morning prayer at 11 a.m. on said that the
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at 1st and 3rd Sundays, Holy Com services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:3( true believeris s. F
t3 o
11 :a.m. and 7:30 p.m. munion on 2nd and 4th Sundays.! p.m. Presbyterian! sustainedby '; S LS f ;;;r
Ridgeview Baptist Church, Holiness
NW 19th St., services at 11 Eliam Pentecostal, SW Ar First Presbyterian Church
106 SW 3rd St. services .,
at 11a.m.
ajn. and 8 p. m. cher Rd., services at 11 a.m. : C t' h Sri:' ''t ? F.S '' yN'
e x perience. .d '!
and 8
Westside Baptist Church, and 7:30 p.m.University p.m. H Ag v
4039 Newberry Road, servicesat Pentecostal Holiness Harold
Johnson the most incomprehensible -
11 a.m. and 7:30 pjn. Church, Odd Fellows temple RIPEPEACHES
'1c S. Y r' a /
; yr+
i .
Catholic at 740 SE 2nd Ave., services FOR SALE thing ..;:,a,. S '
St Augustine Chapel, 1738 at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. 4 Mi. S. of Melrose about religion to the j;.

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat Inter-denominational on Lake Winnott agnostic or atheist. He '! !' '
; :'!i;.,>:'F: w:. G: :; Gr
:9:30 and 11 a.m. and 12 Gainesville Drive-In Church, HiWay 21-Follow Sign cannot understand how .ny; y N1 ti ;Sr;

noon, daily mass Mon. through I Hawthorne Road, service at J. W. Cameron ''I intelligent human beings ;: t z: '
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I II p By JEAN CARVER j -11111|


The silence is fearsome to your "Superbud" comic strip
ears when you ask local politi- ads Bud Dickinson ran may turn :Any thin Like It I"!
cal observers to speculate on out to be the most expensive
the possible application of the- funny page ever paid for by a
ories in the Andrews election political candidate.
suit.to some of the thinnestof-
thin state race margins. Oversimplification of complex
issues is often necessary but
Unofficially most feel that "look, Jerry, look" as appliedby
'Atty. Gen. James Kynes would D i c k inson was obvious almost ; Home Beautiful's Greatest of Value Events. I
have the most to gain Earl immediately.So .
Faircloth gained 2,205 votes obvious that the April 25
over Kynes in Alachua County- issue of "The New Republic"took Ot
by questioning the validity of note: es
the County's vote based on the ,
grand jury report and the pend- "In a $40,000 assault on voter
intelligence, a Florida politician,
ing Andrews suit.
State Senator Fred Dickinson ndfia
But even off the record spec- ,
ulations are voiced in V E R Yhushed plans to win v o t e r s by daily : I
tones. comic strips until the May 4 .
Democratic primary for Gov-
t enor ." ;, ,
Victim of this age of the mag- The article adds that a a2
ic machines on election Dig ht son's comic strips DiCkin-1
was University political science against "dear auto license plat
professor Dr. J. E. Dovell. es, child beating and price-fix-1 '
Dovell became a tradition a 1 ing, and is firmly for mothers, 1it A
political analyst for a Jacksonville child beating and price fixing, ,
TV station in recent years. and is firmly for mothers,
But this year things changed. parks, beaches education anda
Instead of feeding data to Do- 'healthy, ambitious team of
vell, the election informationwent organized labor and manage
to an electronic computerfor ment.
political prognostications. *

mechanization Grumbling a in little the Sun about news- reports Trying from to follow the 32 the precincts telephone to 1) Never Such Buying! Never Such Savings! I I

room the other day, Dovell Registration Supervisor Mrs.
said he would do the forecast- Alma Bethea Tuesday night wasa /
ing for a Daytona Beach TV little like asking for quiet Follow the Crowds for the Buys of a Lifetime!

I station on election night when you take a cat to the dog
Fortunately for the registration -
Ennis InstalledAs supervisor she got some -
vocal support from Howard 0'-
Governor of Steen to help with the stentor- WIN OPEN THE REASON
ian tones it took to be heard

Moose LodgeA. over glasses the of crowd.water It to took sustain several 0'- A FREE WEEKVACATION Monday and FOR THIS SENSATIONAL SALE!

H. Ennis, Hawes Powers Steen voice. I FridayTIGHTS Who ever heard of giving Drastic Price Reductions in the face of rising ,
Motor Co. sales manager, was costs and replacements! Why are we doing this Because Home Beautiful,
FOR COMFORT Gainesville's newest furniture store is growing like a cream fed kitten. i
installed last week as gover- THIS SUMMER FOR TWOat Already known in Gainesville and throughout this entire area as an insti I
nor of the Gainesville Moose tution catering to those who love and appreciate the finest in home furnish- '
Lodge along with a slate of MODERNIZE WITH- ings. We are having a great influx of newcomers to this area. We want to
acquaint these newcomers with our store, services and every day lo./ prices.
eight other new officers. ,until We wish to show our appreciation to our old customers also old
Held in connection with a HarcarALUMINUM friends and new customers are invited to come in look around get
buffet dinner, the installation SMOKY SHADOWS LODGE acquainted and take advantage of our terrific savings, huge selections and
found Ennis joining Tommy 9O'clock the many services we offer. We decided months ago to stage this sensa-
tional sale bought for it planned it wrangled special buys from
Barker, junior governor; Glenn Maggie N. C. manufacturers for this event. You are all cordially invited to come and
Rothha inner, prelate and Ben- celebrate our 2nd Birthday Sale with us We promise you won't be
WINDOWSALL in the Heart of the Smoky Mountains i disappointed!
ton P. Wilson, treasurer, to
head the 1964-65 Moose boardof TYPESTo "PLUS" I I
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Other installations included IndividualNeeds Spring Air "Back Supporter" Mattressand 4i
Archie Jackson and George N Box Springs BEDROOM SUITES
Lindsey trustees; George Hunter Large Stock Luxurious Decorator Bedspread SALERESUMES
sergeant-of-arms; S. D. On Hand Lovely Pole Lamp
Bristowe inner guard; and F. for Hanging Chain Lamp daringly low priced
R. Bishop, outer guard. ImmediateDelivery Redwood Picnic Table and 2 Benches
Board holdovers are Lowell Artificial Floral Arrangement 511.00 Solid Cherry 4-Piece Bedroom Suite QQQOO
Mock, past govenor; Tom Ful- by "Ethan Allen" . . . . J 7 7
ton, secretary and George Spencer Register now! Nothing to Buy. Drawing will be
30th. Open to Adults 18 166.80 Early American maple finish 4-Piece
held Saturday May MORNINGAT 13 985
trustee. be MONDAY Bedroom Suite with plastic tops . .
Earlier the Lodge was pres- T years of age or over only. You do not have to
ented with award for present to win.DINING 49.95 Solid Hardwood Bunk Bed complete with OQ95
an plan
9 O'CLOCK ladder and guard rail-maple finish <9
ing second in the state in a
recent fund-raising drive for 377.00 5-Piece French Provincial Bedroom OOQOO
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r VF Ag Provost Outlines I75Barrers Come

Six of the federal housing project homes on Dekle Street in Lake Butler Goals of Operation DARE 9 Down at lachuaALACHUA

appear to be nearing completion but will not be ready for occupany until Aug-

ust or September. (Sun photo by Sam :McGarvey). I
By BUZZ MIXSON which is to nine this week
farming expected meetings to pre-
I The barricades 1-75 is now from Alachua
Sun Farm Editor decrease by about 2 million -sent the results of studies. open
Loiv-Rent Passes on Interstate Highway 75 were to Unadilla, Ga. Powers said
Project Florida's income from farm acres in Florida by 1975. The first conference ednesday -' lowered near here yesterday, that, weather permitting, the

and forestry products should This decrease in available and Thursday, will deal and traffic started moving for portion of 1-75 between Alachuathe

reach a near-staggering fig- farm land, York said, will be with citrus, sub-tropical fruits, first time on the segment and State Road 26 (Newbe r r y

Point in L. Butler ure of $1.5 billion by the year due primarily to an increase in deciduous fruits, small fruits of the super four-lane highway Road) should be opened to traf-
HalfWay 1975-if the predictions and projections urban land use. and nuts. This will be followed between Alachua and Lake City. fice around July 1. A couple of

t of agricultural econom- As for Florida's giant citrus by a conference, beginn ing The 27.6 mile segment from weeks later, he said the high
ists are correct. industry, York also foresaw a Thursday, on dairying, pastureand Lake City to the U.S. 441 interchange way should be open all the way
LAKE BUTLER The federal the local of the Un- Builders of Jacksonville, has
A I jurisdiction The $1.5 billion figure repre- sizeable increase in productionand forage crops.Vegetables near Alachua was under down to Wildwood.
low-rent housing project in ion County Housing Authorit y until Oct. 12 to complete the sents an increase of nearly 100 consumption, but with lit- grain, oil seeds construction more than two Powers pointed out that with

Lake Butler is 52 per cent com- and the City of Lake Butler. It contract. per cent over the 1960 level of tle or no increase in total in- and fiber crops, tobacco and years and cost $9.7 million to completion of the four laning

plete, according to County II will provide 42 dwelling unitsat Broiison Lion's ,farm and forestry income in come. This, he said, is becauseof sugarcane will be taken up at build, according to State Road of U. S. 441 to the 1-75 inter-

Clerk Robert A. Driggers."I rentals ranging from ab o u t Florida. the possibility that produc- a conference on May 1920. Dr. Board Member Ralph Powers of change north of Alachua, Ala
Meet CancelledBRONSON Florida's agri-business income tion will increase more rapidly York, at the press, conference, Lake City. The project was let chua County would have two super -
4 just received a report on $25 to $60 per month. (value of farm products plus than consumer demand, result- said that only four per cent of in 19 separate contracts he highways through most of

the project," Driggers said, Driggers said the exteriors of The Bronson -costs of processing, handling, ing in a sharp decline in prices. Florida's vegetables are shippedout said. its length.ReOpen .
I I Lion's Club meeting sched- etc.) should be well over $3 billion The agriculture provost said in the processed state
"and while it looks' like it is the buildings are nearly complete
uled tomorrow night has been annually in 1975-again, according -that some of the greatest oppor-.,whereas, processed vegetables
but that the interior work
it will
done be
nearly actually ,
cancelled due to conflict with to the projections of the tunities would to lie in
a appear
I I account for 40 per cent of California's -
around September before it will has to be done yet, and that 4 LakesIn
other local activities. economists. the livestock field. He said that total product ion.
and sid
be completed. landscaping, streets of the e- I The next meeting of the These figures, and others, despite a projected substantial "Here is an area that demands
walks other
The $640,000 project, Florida and unfinished.parts Lion's Club will be a dinner affair -along with the variables and the expansion in the beef cattle in-.serious exploration," York said.

42 of the Federal Housing Ad- ,project are on Tuesday, May 26, at suppositions, were given Fridayby dustry, the demand for beef W. K. McPherson, professorof

ministration is being built underCracker The contractor, Demetree the Bronson Town Hall. Dr. E. T. York Jr., provostof within the state will grow even agricultural economics at the Camp BlandingSTARKE
agriculture for the University -faster.
UF, presented statistical
., I'' of Florida. The occasion wasa He said indications are that projections
--- of Florida's farm in-
briefing session for membersof by 1975, Florida farmers will come, total personal income Fishermen now nearby Camp Blanding military
the press on the University's be producing less than 10 per and population to the 1975. have[ an additional 1,650 acres reservation.

GREJITDAY .ambitious agricultural project cent of the pork consumed in These projections are being year usedas of lake waters available to Re-opened to the public, aft

known as Operation DAREa the state. the basis for much of the them as a result of the recent er an interval of 20 years, are
program to Develop Agricultural The projected figures on agricultural -planning for DARE. They in- opening of four lakes in the Lake Lowery Magnolia Lake.,.
Resources Effectively. and related income for Blue Pond and Perch Po d.
cluded the estimate that Florida's n
.In The MorningBy Around 35 representatives of I' 175 include, York said, returns population by 1975 would The. first two named are provided
d from the state's Bronson FFA I
newspapers magazines a n radio rapidly expand- exceed 8 million, an increase of with improved boat
and television stations heardDr. ing horse and increas-
66 per cent over the 1960 cen- ramps, while the other two re-
SAM :McGARVEY York outline the aims of ingly significant sod or turf in- Sets Tues. ForFatherSon main in a primitive condition.

Sun Staff Writer + I''Operation DARE and the mas- dustry and a growing non-farm sus.Hoke Establishment of the new
Kerns director of informational Fete
sive amount of statistical work segment of the forest industry.In Fish
Camp Blanding Manage-
I' .- that has been done thus far in his talk to the news me- services at the UF,
ment Area made
Ray Powell, publisher of the dejectedly, "It is easy enough in the first primary and then connection with the project.A dia representatives in McCartyHall presided at the press briefing. BRONSON- The Future Farmers ble through the was cooperation possi-of

Union County Times, was a busy to explain. Burns had the I take his pick in the run-off. "sizeable" expansion in auditorium, York said Dr. Hervey Sharpe, head of the of America Bronson Chapter the State Armory Board, the

man when we visited with him pros with him, and the rest the beef cattle industry in Flor- many people have been very Extension editorial department, will hold its annual father Clay County Commission and
in Lake Butler on First P r i- of us are amateurs." ida during the next 10 years pessimistic about the future of welcomed the newsmen and, and son banquet Tuesday at 8p.m' the Game and Fresh Water Fish

mary Day. He was filling a rush Overheard at the Bradford was predicted by York along agriculture. "Yet today," he women. in the Bronson School ca Commission.Blue .
order for Sheriff John White- s. courthouse election night: "Af with companion increases in the said, "many factors suggest The press presentatives feteria.
ter hearing all the politicians were treated to all Flor- Pond and Perch Pond
What happened in the gubernatorial production of and an .
head for more campaign cards, sugarcane that agriculture nationally and Fred Shaw, Bronson, vo ag have been stocked
with channel
race is to ex- I'm glad of one thing-a n d certain vegetables such to- ida menu luncheon at the Holiday
while across the street the easy as particularly here in Florida is teacher has announced that
sheriff bustling (empty-handed) plain: A lot of the workers got that's that all of them can't be matoes. on the threshold of a new and Inn, including Florida produced Buddy Clark, owner and auc- contain catfish.balanced The other lakes

was greeting voters and puttingon burned up while the remaindergot elected. I York also said' indicationsare exciting period of growth. steak. Luncheon speakers tioneer of the FarmersCattlemen bass a and populationof
bluegill shellcrack-
were UF President J.
high. that there will be 25
last-minute appeal. Inci- a percent York's outline of Operation Livestock Market of
dentally, John said "It'll all be! Everyone agrees that the in- increase in the amount of DARE included the listing of 'Wayne Reitz, Francis Branan, Gainesville, will be the guest ers, according to a recent sur

over with tomorrow, and we'll cumbent has a big advantage, land devoted to produce such committees that have been president of the Florida Agri- speaker. Clark is well known vey.An
all be friends again." Questioned as to why returns and it is well demonstrated by commodities as vegetables, cit- studying the status of every agricultural -cultural Council, Ocala; and throughout Levy County for his access road to the lakesis
:were so slow from precincts LBJ who is walking, skipping, rus and tobacco. One of the big commodity of consequence Dean M. A. Brooker of the Col- auctioneering at the recent Su- located on State Road 21

I which count by hand, one county hopping and running for re-elec- problems he said, will be to in the state. These com lege of Agriculture. wannee River Beef Cattle Show about two. miles north of Keystone

And speaking of other week- i' official said, "It's hard to get tion. In fact, we,can picture a better utilize land available for mittees are to begin a series of Dr. Reitz said that the idea and Sale. Heights.-
and Rae Cann of High some of the election workers to at GOP headquarters ask- of Operation DARE is in com-
lies, El group Buren E. Brice, Bronson Mayor
Springs broke their record for I speed up when they are being ing timidly, "What's he done plete accordance with the his- will introduce Clark. A program CofC BoardIn
toric aims of land
Herald with jam-packed'paid on an hourly basis. today?" Bradford grant colleges been
their a HospitalADMISSIONS and the Experiment Station for the evening has Levy Sets
22-page pre-primary issue. We I' and Extension Service arranged by the chapter com

just know that after putting that Along with others, we like Last week a golfer at the UF !grams. pro- mittees. Monthly Meet

"baby to bed'1 the Canns totter-I to study and ponder over the course saw a man lying undera James Calvin Saunders, Starke, i Branan said that the agricul-

ed to the nearest couch and election returns, precinct by precinct tree near a pond, making April 30 Carrie E. Hertong a- son, James Mark. tural program at the UF has the City CommissionIn BRONSON The regular

collapsed. race by race, to see if noises like a frog. The Saluda, Md.; Ruby Lou HerMay 1 -Mr. and Mrs. Thom- wholehearted endorsement of monthly meeting of the boardof

I a pattern exists. In the Brad- golfer went by but his curios- sey, Starke; Edgar Malcolmas Wesley Tatum Jr., Law- the Florida Agricultural Coun- Bronson directors of the Levy County

But Bradford Telegraph pub- ford returns, we noticed that in ity was ruining his game, so Lewis, Brooker Elizabeth Ella tey, a daughter. cil, which is composed of the Chamber of Commerce will be

lisher Gene Matthews had the !the sheriff's race, a total of 3- he returned and found the Crawford, Lawtey. DISCHARGED state's agricultural, leaders. He Schedules Meet held tomorrow night at the
roughest deal of all. What with 993 votes were cast, while in man was calling up a gator. April 30 Hariam L. Nor- called for better. public rela- Chamber office in the Bronson

the primary election and a I the county commission Dist. 1 i May 1- Linda Sharon Taman, Frances Walker and son tions between city and farm BRONSON A postponed I Town Hall.Reports .

county fair facing him, he up- !contest the total was 4,664. Egg Market turn, Lawtey; Carolyn Can- Bradley Ellis, Lucille Wade, people. Bronson City Com ssion of committees on the

ped and contracted a case of va, Demos Davis Johnson, Char Teresa Gwenette Early, Crawford Dean Brooker made an appeal -meeting has been rescheduled :new picture brochure being prepared -

mumps a disease which has In other words, 671 more bal- JACKSONVILLE (APThe lie Alonzo, Beatrice Alonzo, all C. V. Bellamy.of to the news media for help for tomorrow night. Representatives on Levy County by the
in students for the of a Brooksville engineering I CofC will be heard as well as
for Starke. May 1Walker McGee, Berry recruiting
comical connotations every- lots were cast in the commission Northeast Florida egg market
Nichols Edwards B. College of Agriculture. He said firm are to be on hand to .a report on the preparations for
one but the sufferer. race, and that despitethe prices to retailers: May 2 Beulah AUbritton Larry
that to out Florida's present a proposal for construe'!the public hearing on a
Lewis carry agri- proposed
fact that the sheriff's race Extra large 39-43, mostly 41- ; Linda Sue Thomas, Carolyn Canova, MargarRaiford -
cultural tion of water federal savings and loan
train- : a city system :
et Inez Miles. programs, more
Tues- the which caused the 43 large 37-40, mostly 39 me-
As the hours passed ,was one ; ; Franklin Leo Starling, both of ed workers needed. He here. association for Levy County.A .
day night it was easy to pick most countywide i n t erest. lium 2933 mostly 32; small Starke. May 2 Henry James Green, are
of review of for
pointed out the opportunities The regular May meeting a new plan
out those who had worked for Only clue we have is the statement 2529, mostly 28-29. Irma Altman, Beatrice P. Jack-
offered in science the Commission conducting a membership cam-
agricultural : was postponed
winning candidates. One discon- made by one voter that Poultry at farms: fryers 12} BIRTHS son and son Todd Eric, Eliza- ,
technology and business. from last Monday night paign will be made.
solate Dickinson backer said I he would skip the sheriff race hens light. April 30 Mr. and Mrs. beth Ella Crawford. -

Local Ranchers Honored I Iv

I Pitfalls in 1966 Face Governorand 1--_', ,,,__ __,- J : ir-_ _-'-

By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE cabinet instead of the custom-' Johns and Collins might seem by no mean field. Such pre- these never will forgive the

ary four years. Thus, these of-i to point both ways for an ans- sumably sagacious political winner for defeating their
Are Flori- fices will be up for election wer on whether an incumbent figures as former Governor Ful- choice. Others may not be quiteas yy

dians in this runoff campaign again shortly.In I could be reelected, actually ler Wr :en and former House unforgiving but they are still

choosing a governor for the two- the case of the Governor, each demonstrates the tremendous Speaker Farris Bryant thought going to measure the performance -

year term or, in actuality, for this opportunity for an incumbent I advantage possessed by the Collins could be brought down of the winner against 4

six years to seek a consecutive term officeholder. despite his incumbency. An- what they think their candidate

Right along, the assumption has occurred just twice before, other of those who thought so would have done, and always, 5( e q, '
among politicoes has been that in 1954 when Acting Governor Johns became acting governor -was General Sumter L. Lowryof of course, to the disparagementof I.

the man capturing the Democratic Charley E. Johns was defeated because he was Senate pre-' Tampa, who finished secondin the incumbent.A
sident at the time of Governor
nomination now could and in 1956 when Governor the Democratic primary
Dan McCarty's death. I good example of both these
look forward to being LeRoy Collins swept to first
There is still another element situations can be found in the
1966. primary victory over a field of Johns had a public record Y.P
often overlooked in calculating I Dan McCarty Fuller Warren & a y
Certain it is five foes. time and the
aproved again by
the political strengths and race of 1948 and the subse-
that some of Cabinet officers always have electors of his rural North Florid .
Warren administration.The .
weaknesses of an incumbent] quent
contributors been able to been able to ,
the run district, yet some of his
governor. That is the fact, with bitterness then was such
to the state'scostliest for re-election. Thus, so for as Senate votes were unpopular in 4'I'
the solitary exception .of Collins -that Warren never will get full -
cam they are concerned, the changein South Florida. Too he had -- -
on- -
Politics in 56, the governor is the marks for his accomplishments.Certain -
paign have had the election cycle means ly seven months and a balky b -'I'
first choice of a minority of the _
in mind' that' only: they will go through two administrative team before the it is, too, that some / -
If it
voters. otherwise
what they spent! campaigns in the usual time first primary., Nevertheless, were disappointed supportersof _
he would have won in the first '
would see them for one. Johns was high man in the Doyle E. Carlton Jr. and b ,,;
through an extended gubernatorial The change,.which well may first primary against LeRoy John McCarty in particular,

administration.After have been unnecessary as matt Collins and BraDey Odham, and What this means in termsof jumped the party fence and

reviewing the matter ers turned out,was put throughby while defeated in the runoff, human nature is that there voted Republican in the '60 gen- 3 p ,

carefully these conclus ions the Democratic party as a Johns picked up strength in. the well may be much talk of eral election.

seem inescapable: consequence of the twisting and second primary. !'closing ranks and "he's our Governor Chances are, however that

1. The two-year governor will squirming of some of its major and let's get together be- the man who ,wins the two-year ,. __
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have the edge for reelection. state office holders and nominees Collins hind him." Yet a majority of term will be given the additional -
Johns, romped home in an un- Chitty and his wife, Jeanette, owners of the Stardust Ranch Gaines-
2. He will be opposed. in 1960 over whether to the Democrats may derive some four years to develop his pro- Henry ,
Because of the change of the identify themselves with JohnF. precedentedfirst primary satisfaction out of whatever gram. He will face many pit- ville, receive the 1963 statewide cattle production testing program award from

election cycle, to separate state Kennedy, then the party's sweep in his bid for a regular problems develop for the man falls, of course, but the tal- Louis Gilbreath (right), chairman of the Florida Bankers Association live-
elections from presidential, this nomineee for president and the term two years later. in Tallahassee. ents enabling him to be electednow stock committee. The presentation was made at a session of the 13th annual

year's election is for two year national platform. What sometimes is overlooked Many support candidates al- should take him around Beef Cattle Short Course which concluded yesterday at the University of Florida

term for the governor and Although the precedents of is that Collins was opposed most to the point of idolatry, those. ,

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I t TV Produclioi to Keeptudios ;
A 4-hour drive-then ALL time I .
your "r ,
Many Film 81 Busycomedy DR. DIDIER GRAEFFE

MS miles from you By BOB THOMASAP half-hour, "Gilligan's
Movie-Television Writer
Independent Desilu will have I
ForttPer9 HOLLYWOOD (AP) The only one show next year the : I
rI 1964-65 television season shapes I one starring its president, LUcille *t
: up as a healthy one for the I Ball. Four Star will return, GAINESVILLE SHOPPING
ON FLORIDA'S FAMED EAST COAST= 1 movie studios, which can with "Burke's Law" and add I I
scarcely survive on feature firm's cofounders, David Niven I
Safe ocean beaches cooled by trade winds- filming alone.Television and Charles Boyer, plus Gig CENTER
fresh,and salt water fishing that ranks "tops." Golf,
scenic drives through famous Indian River citrus production helps Young. !I
country.A friendly family vacationland"with low. absorb massive overhead costs Bing Crosby shapes up as a
summer rates an -- --------- $ and keep crews busy between rising independent. He'll have NORTH MAIN STREET ,
added Inducement. Chamber of Commerce D toddaG
I Hwy U.5.1.fort Pierce.FP I pictures.Fox his own half-hour comedy, plus II
'fir",,_ I Pleas. D FREE Vacation Folder I "Ben Casey" and "Slattery's WEEK MONDAY, MAY 11th

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|Address .......................... I:with no series on the networks I FGTURLSP.M._ THRU SAT., MAY 16th
r I I City................. State........1. !has placed four full hours on 1 " 1 3 S I I II
Council I of St.Luele Cty I "
Aree Development
{ next season's schedules. "
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iel Bcone" which will put Fess r4 ,
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I Parker back in a coonskin cap. ._ -
"THE WORLD'S GREATEST ORCHESTRA"The The others are based on old Fox '.'.:::::I'.' I II
movies-"Voyage to the Bottomof ;;;h".F' J nFrss wsPmx w" fr.m .dYadOLBt male readers, advertising in newspaper
214 NW 66472Also ,
PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRAEugene the Sea," "12 O'clock High" in Ocala has even greater readership than the sports page.E .
and "Peyton Place." The latter
mandy Director will be an innovation: Separate I IG
half-hours played on ABC Tues-

Wednesday, May 20 day'and Warner Thursday Bros. also nights.is staginga ........ .. REGULAR
comeback after being blanked E 39*

8:15 P.M.All last year, except for the short- : ,
run 77 Sunset Strip. The Burbank -
I lot will return with two
Seats $2.06 'tax incl. i half-hour comedies "No Time ,
I for and
Mail orders taken. Send checks to "
and Me.
Lyceum Council, University of Florida. Revue, the television arm of

Tickets will be held at the door.iiiii the MCA-Universal-Decca com
bine, remains the giant in the '
field, scoring 12 shows againstthis ; I
season's nine. They range lB. -TT
from "The Virginian" to the STO
I I I' I. I new "90 Bristol Court," which A ,
II I Ut : will consist of three consecutive THREE LIMIT

ft Combat f'- -: half-hours concerning tenants of QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED -'x' PLEASE I
an apartment building.
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MGM is with
Booth holding strong
L ._Clic L 'Dr. Kildare" and "Mr. No-
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-- -ak" while adding "Solo, Y ; : J
"Flipper" and "Many Happy Sausage Kpkgb. 53
TODAY AT Returns." Screen Gems, whichis .

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I Sunday May 10 1964 Gainesville Sun 3C

-A at and ather first a pretty sailor sight 16-year-old BEACH she were fell HeadsDELRAY married,in Fla.love brunette(with AP Saturday ),I with man wedding Nudist a who naked cake performed figurine.Camp was the Only topped ceremony the; not.years Guess Mrs.Charles ago.Dawson What met said Sissy that, two B despite ride I honeymoon.after dressed their and Wore reception left immediately?for )a l 1 $sssssssssrssssss$. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $sssssss$ $ $ $

in "an old-fashioned late- Miami lawyer Paul Kwit-; publicity, "This wedding
afternoon wedding." ney dressed."I !is not a Roman holiday. It's May ModifySentences Sun's Prizeword Puzzle CornerLast

just an old-fashioned wedding,
They were nude. So were 200 I can't emphasize enough In
the largest nudist wedding any
invited I
two flower
guests girls, this isn't a football game," said one's ever had." r'i. ss
three bridesmaids and the 86- Sinatra CaseLOS GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES
year-old best John Dawson, father of the Week's
man. Newsmen and photographerswere 1. The Prize for the correct solution to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLEwill
A reception was held under bride Sissy J invited with the stipulationthey ANGELES (AP) U.S. be $300. If no correct solution is reached In ttitis! Sunday's puzzle than S2S
in prize money will be added to next week's award making next week's prize 9325.
the palms and a four tier "She's exceptionally mature also bare themselves and Dist. Court Judge William G. 'PrisewordExplanations 2. If the winning entrant has been a home-delivered subscriber to The 1WII
East For the preceding 30 days, an extra bonus of S100 will be added. If more than '
Paid Advertising and intelligent. Most parentsrear come only in couples. says consideration will be one: correct puzzle Is received from home-delivered subscribers the bonus wMDe
their children in given on July 17 to modification : divided among them.'
ignoranceand The was conducted 3. The Sun will pay at least S25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE-
hyprocrisy. She has the ceremony of sentences for two men convicted WORD PUZZLE. more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is received -
within the confines of the prize will be divided
of kidnaping Frank money equally among those submitting the cor.
judgment of an adult. Sissy was rect solution.
Sunny Acres, the seaside American
tra Jr.
raised the
nudist camp. Nudist Association 4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each
Barry Worthington Keenan clue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzleor
Her groom, Charles Morrow, directed by Dawson. and Joseph Clyde Amsler, both CLUES ACROSS: use a good, exact-size hand-drawn facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale -
reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based on skill. The
23, a Miami sailor on leave was Sissy and her groom got 23, were sentenced to life im decision of the fudges shall be final and all contestants taking part must
agree to accept this decision as a condition of entry. All entries become theproperty
prisonment plus 75 years last 1. S H 0 0 T ING not shouting.The of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned.
March 7. They have been under- clue that "women"
implies .Anyone. except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their
going psychiatric tests In the would normally be "frightened" families may enter this contest.

federal medical center at to some degree at this, pointing 6. After you have filled In the puzzle paste It on the back of a four-cent
YOUR GRACIOUS HOST PRESENTS postcard. Mail it from a Florida postofficA tit Prizeword Pete. Gainesville Sun
Springfield, Mo. to SHOOTING the
I as stronger I P. O. Box 57, Gainesville Florida or bring it to the Gainesville Sun Circu
Sinatra was abducted from a answer. There's no necessary I lation, Department Office 101 SE 2nd Place. All entries to be eligible; for the .
I prize must
received at the Gainesville Sun office
Lake Tahoe motel last Dec. 8. reason why s h o uti ng itself GOOD OLE PETE 1 day Entries at 4 ajn. We are not responsible for entries lost or not delayed later than In the Wednes-mails.
He was returned to his parents should "frighten" anybody. The enclosed In envelopes cannot be accepted

a few days later, after they paida message being shouted might be THE SUN'S PUZZLED I Each'. There reader can be submit no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.
may not
more than FIVE
entries In each week's contest.
reported $210,000 ransom. frightening, however. PUZZLE EDITOR
r I. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
j Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place Gainesville
Gunman GetsDiamonds 7. BATH not path. True of an I Fia. during regular office hours.

old BATH. But an unused path PUZZLE WInners. If any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWORD
will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE
published In next
can still improve the appear. PETE'SPRIZE Sundays Gainesville Sun.

ance of a garden. 10. The Gatnerrffle Son reserve the tight to correct any typorrapbteal
NEW YORK (AP) Flashing jrrorf connection or any with otter tola errata contest hich may appear in any published material

what appeared to be an official 8. MUD not dud. A dud is .

badge, a gunman and two useless; MUD "may" possibly
Puzzle -
panions gained entrance to the "be" so "regarded." Bud is 17
CHILDREN'S Serving Continuously! ) :30 a.m. to 8:05 p.m. office of a diamond firm Fridayand poor as regards something of

SPECIAL LARGE PORTION fled with $200,000 in unset t|"use." CLIMBS TO Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard

!/4' lb. Chopped BAKED T C gems.Sane Hoffert, a partner in Hof- 11. TAKE not make. The clue 4

CHICKEN 5 fert and Frey, said a man implies that this is not uncom- $ $ $ 400 Awl.
I BEEF STEAK or knocked on the seventhfloordoor monly done. But if "you're feeling -

with yellow rice . and showed what appearedto I1 quite low you're" hardly; MANIA $
Fish Fillet
DeliciousChocolate be a shield of a protectiveagency. likely "to make a joke," so that C L a No I C E
No winner's last week although -
there is little real question of ,
Cream Pie 19* Inside, the man produced a how "easy" or difficult it is to my judges received and L I

f Mashed39,1 Also featuring gun and called to two accom do so. "You" may have "to checked more than 1,700 entries.

8 Other Entrees plices who scooped up the gems TAKE a joke," of course but it There were some one-error itII- E STI

(ou t o1hdCP and put them in an attache case, "is usually not easy." puzzles, but no perfect ones. Of 1 I I
Z Hoffert said. that my judges are certain. This A EI

Coffee 16. TELL not sell. Dealing with [
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAYCAFETERIA pIwarsf AntiCastroChief "a difficult customer" is not ( 17)) is worth a whopping E17s
$400. o
necessarily a matter of selling 8

] NamedSAN him anything. Show, recom Wouldn't it be a nice feelingto I R SflG

JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) mend to, or TELL would be bet- look at this page next Sunday

-The Costa Rican minister of r ter than sell and see your name?? And, D A TI OU'

r public security, Fernando Goico- wouldn't it be an even nicer feel-

echea, today denied statements 18. CAR not bar. "A bar across: ing to hold that big cash prizein 0T U

by anti-Castro cubans in Miami the road" would be an intima- your hands? Just get busy a UTTE

that exile groups are train tion not to proceed; it is not and solve those clues.

ing in Costa Rica for forays really. a case of the "driver' 1964 BELL-McCLURE SYNDICATE '
Somebody will have to claimour
into Cuba. being "forced to stop," as If you are not now a home-delivered subscriber
Goicoechea said Costa Ricanauthorities he "may well" be by a CAR prize one of these weeks. I t I : and would like to have The Sun
11 blocking "the road." might as well be you. We'llkeep started please check box. Extra Bonus for
have not discoveredany
1212 North Main St. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER adding on to the prizeeach ____._ home-delivered subscribers. See Rule No. 2
Comfortably Air Conditioned Banquet Facilities Phone 376-4491 group in training in this week until it's claimed Name
Central-American country. 19. DIVES not doves.
But, don't wait until the prize
in2' racerul" Sac! distinct from .
'- becomes higher it can go a t
the ungraceful ones) favored Street Number ;I.
any time, maybe this week will I.I
DIVES. Doves are "gracefuL" .
the week.
22. SHOP not stop. SHOP makesa City
State Phone'
direct answer. Stopping to visit -

friends, say, Is not necessar- PETE Prizeword Pete

ily going to represent an ex- Mail to: Prizeword Contest .

pense, since it may not involve The Gainesville Sun
T spending _-It. Box 57, Gainesville Fla.
: any money.
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i 23. CONTENTION not conven- F CLUES ACROSS: '

tion, "Many a CONTENTION," w
yes; but every convention has I CLUES ACROSS:

!come to be simply "accepted"by 3. To do so seems to come naturally to certain men. .*X
many people. PRIZEWORD is really quite .
Might well interest
simple. Just decide the best
: CLUES DOWN: answer to the clues that are 8. A mere beginner.

I ,'J1\ 2. ODD not old. To be "in" listed.included Every in the answer word list.needed is 9. Restaurant are all part of the catering business.

.,. -'- __ .. ., ', -x.", uu younger "company" cannot actually 11. A prototype plane's performances will show what it is
,; ,.:?ii\\;,;: : ':;=--',:<.:'::\i:::;::; \: l:':::: '::- ::' "make you feel old"; it Some contestants send as capable of.
merely reminds "you" of your many entries as the rules allow. 14. Body of water.

age. ODD is quite apt. |Others send only one. Both 15. A
player may possibly resent being reminded _
have claimed the prize in the of a he'd
much rather forget.
3. TYPE not tape. "Heavier past.
17. One of a Slavic people.
TYPE, or bolder print yet
; Get to work on your entriesnow.
but it is rather a matter of "using" Read the rules and study 18. You can hardly a man into a club after he's been black-

a'w thicker or stronger tape. balled.
the clues. Win your expenses to
the] New York World's Fair! 19. Certain vessels.

1 4. NINE not none. NINE Is I Solve today's moneypackedpuzzle 21. Men can sometimes be maddeningly so.
:= more compatible with the text correctly.
22. Tool
of the clues. You don't "drop cultivating the sOil.

r ., from thirty cigarettes a day to 23. If they tried to a teacher, boys would soon find them-

none" you simply stop smok- selves in trouble.

I ing "cigarettes." 24. A good is not clumsy at it.

5. HATED not fated or mated. CLUES DOWN: '

There's plenty of evidence of the \ 1i 1. When great powers each other, armaments may. be
\ x "possibility" of "a king i be- the big issue.

ing HATED"; but, regarding 2. are frequently drafted to dispose of holdings.
fated, it all depends whether or
Y not you believe in fate. Mat- 4. May have curious timbering if the house is very old.

ed, in chess, is referred to 5. One might think that a would be better employed doing

a player rather than to his king. 4 S? .something else.

i Rated is too vague, especially as 7. There are times when it can just be too hot.
regards "a king.
1 0. A story.

6. PHOTOGRAPHY not photo- 12. One often thinks of it in relation to drinking water.

graphs. PHOTOGRAPHY, or 13. It's wrong to do so. '

j Li the production of photographs, 16., Say "no." .
"may be said to depend basically -
r ;, etc." 20. A stupid can be the outcome of sheer tactlessness.

21. Young bear, for example.

17. LOVING not living. LOVINGis

an essential part of a correct .
I parental influence; ; it is not di-

I I HOW TO FIT A CADILLAC INTO ANY BUDGET rectly sters" of helpful the "parents"to the "young-mere- THIS LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS, THE


No matter what yon plan to spend on tion of Cadillac styling, year after Cadillac's world famed engineering

your next car, you need look 'no year after year. All will give you and craftsmanship. 19. DECK not dock. "Get Scrapsof Solution Last Weeks PUZZLE

further than your nearest authorized You get Hydra-Made Drive,power food" suggests an adequate PuzzleSHOOTI
x.1961d.VW.ConvatiUr Ccupt vale
Cadillac dealer. S.1963 sea dt VO1 4. t96OSixa.udoa.S.dat steering, power brakes and many supply of "food." It's rather the BEAT DRAWL MEALS POOF

For the cost of a Cadillac can other items of equipment that are case that "gulls" might be able BEST DROUGHT MEAT ROOM ,

range all the way from the five- extra even today on most new cars. to live on what they can BILLS FACE'NOVICE RULE
figured price of the nine-passenger And enjoy the distinction of ? ,_
.. you scavenge around a dock where NG ti PD BLUNDER FEAT PACE SEAT ,e_.,
used Cadillac that will
limousine to a Cadillac styling and the
1 ships may, or may. not tie up Y I BiAiTIH1UID BRAWL GET PEAT .
lend elegance to even a relatively character of the car itself. .
4 regularly. "Gulls may certainly P i jNTWfMo] CAPTIOUS GIFT PLUNDER TALE .,
modest expenditure. Because the is
new 1964 model of food however E fMHETAITlu&siisia
Consider the four different Cadillac
selling at an all-time high, most
Z on a DECK. G El 0 0P
models shown here. dealers have the widest and most CRAWL HOE RACE TRAWL

All these splendid motor cars, K $ A tempting selection of almost-new HOSE G CUB LACE REFUSE URNS
t regardless age or previous service, Cadillacs in their history. 20. SEEM not seek. "Rebels" CUTTER LAKE RIB WAITER
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are you never was a better time to DIVES L SIHIOPE DEALS LET RIFT WILLS,
pride and drive with pleasure. give Cadillac distinction to even a help they can. They "usually I E 0 0 HONTEINT DRAUGHT MANIAC ROB WRITER w.
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reply* write to Abby, Box 3365. Ir

Beverly Hills Calif.. 90212. and ItJI
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include a self-addressed stamped en-

velope. Abby answers all mail. .
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' DEAR ABBY: My mother gave me her annual warning I never start calling each other'' "Mother" and "Dad" like HERE// OOESNIFJ AJ.t IT'LL LIKE A R rr FEEU WHEN YCl' YJONDER

speech this year prior to Mother's Day. It always starts out, some couples we know. And we certainly don't intend to exchange DRAP LIKE A ROCK// DRINKS TH'> STUFF// 'WNARIT
I' "Please don't buy me anything. There's nothing I need." gifts on "Mother's Day" and "Father's Day." FLOATS BY SGOIN'a?

Abby this hurts me. I KNOW my mother doesn't "need" MY MOTHER'S DAUGHTER ITSELF!! _
anything, but it takes the pleasure out of it for me when .....

she is so ungracious as to reject my gift before she even Dear Readers: In my files is this letter, written on

= gets it. Please put a word or two in your column letting Mother's Day by a young prisoner who was awaiting execu- z \

mothers know that their children enjoy buying Mother's tion in San Quentin prison: = .

Day gifts and they should not be discouraged from doing "A crime was committed. There was an arrest. And a boy < a: d ,

[I t so. was thrown into a cell. The crime was great, the boy was .
[j f. LOVES TO GIVE I, young and the cell was dark. Life seemed at an end, and _

(f DEAR LOVES: Most mothers are fearful that their chil- hell became a living thing. .,... ,1

dren will deny themselves something in order to buy a Moth- "Then one day, as the boy sat weeping, he looked up to
: er's Day gift An original poem or letter doesn't cost anything -
her and
see his mother. She was smiling. She opened arms
I i and is the most cherished of all gifts. When I was said, "My son, did you think I would not come to you?" Sud- I
I. J a child, my own mother used to say, "Don't buy me any- denly the boy forgot his terror and found comfort in the magic VE BETTER WATCH ( I JEST GOT ME WHAT HAPPEN
I thing. I have everything I need." So I would write little circle of his mother's arms. ,,,,I SHERIFF TAIT!f A V YORE STEP NOW, A BRAND-NEW TO YORE FUST
and verses telling her how much I appreciated her. w WHAT ARE YE SNUFFX'GRINNIN LIE-DETECTER WIFE?
poems "Through the dark that shrouded the hill of Calvary, a voice [ I FROM
i Only after she passed away did I realize how much they meant I j
I i cried, "Son behold they mother!" And Mary knelt. at the foot of EAR TO EAR1 J
to her. She had saved every one. II
I the cross. ABOUT? r

I DEAR ABBY: Maybe I'm wrong, but I always thought that "For every son who crucifies himself on pillars of hate,

I t i Mother's Day by a young prisoner who was awaiting execu- weakness ,and greed, there at the foot of the cross you will !I 1

I am my husband's sweetheart, companion, partner and lover find his mother. Your mother and mine. God bless them,

I 1 but, by Jove, I am NOT his mother! I hope that Bill and here and beyond. They have known so much pain." i

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Dan Blocker. O News, Weather
10:00 O American Spectacle 7:00 O D Today n

Documentary 7:05 O Ranger Hal

(Special) (Color) Van 7:50 O News
film 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo
Heflin narrates
I journey that starts'out in 8:40 O Americanism vs. I DID 3 TESTS,SIR. ABOARD. DICK AN FIOu DAYS," SAYS DIET SMITH
New York harbor and Communism. SPACE COUPE H CHECKS pCy? ;KAY THE SHIPS IN COW
concludes in Hawaii. The 9:00 O Divorce Court CONDITION.

I; hour-long trip across land O Bachelor Father GRAVITY POLE REVERSERSV ?? \ ,

and sea includes stops at CO Romper Room

over 40 scenic locations O People Are Fanny V 1n .. '.
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program was highly 9:55 CO Sen. Spessard Holland ; aof

praised by TV critics 10:00 O Say When
SUNDAY MORNING O CD GE College Bowl when it was first seen in O News 00s..at

7:00 m Living Words 6:00 O Twentieth Century" March. Music: written and CO Waldo Norris DIETSMITN CENTER

7:05 CO Religion Is Relevant "The Fighting 'E' the conducted by Eddy Man- 10:25 O CO News u
I U.S.S Enterprise.Q 10:30 O CO Word For Word
Caravan son.
1: .0 CD Gospel f
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CD O I Love Lucy Q
"The Du Pont Show of the
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James Week" is preempted. 11:00 O CO Concentration
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Showcase Ken Knight CD News 11:00 Q News O Pete And YEST <
GladysO IONk5HT50VONE'5/ \ COMING _i- t_ _l OTHEfT
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O Gospel Songs CD Patty Duke D News 12:00 Q CO First Impression < TO HAVE YOU I YOU CAN COUNT( OH
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This Is The Life Vermont takes a trip to
10:30 O toons. We see Disney's
12:30 Q m Truth
Scotland, and finds romance or
O Faith for Today Dumbo, the dancing
t CD Catholic Hour pachyderms in 'Fantasia in the person of a Consequences
handsome salesman. Tony O Search For Tomorrow
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f CD Bold Journey Niok, a Cambodian boy'sbaby
O Church Service elephant. ert Fleming. O Let's Speak Spanish
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Favorite Martian
11:30 O Flight O My
1:00 Q News
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l CD Bugs Bunny Sammy Davis Jr.; comedienne
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"The Jungle. comic Jackie Mason; the r i MI
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"L O Movie 8:30 Q CD Grindl Pendleton, Ann Sheridan, O House Party _

"New Moon. 9:00 O Burke's Law- Walter Catlett. 3:00 O CO Loretta Young .I 57X

3:30 O To Be Announced Mystery MONDAY MORNING O To Tell The Truth __

CD Movie Q CD Bonanza AND AFTERNOON 3:25 O News _'""''"""'"' WD THIS 1f A 5PLENOID OPPORTUNITY !, ...
"Back to Bataan. (Color) "The Pressure 6:00 O Slimnastics 3:30 O CO You Don't FOR DANE.-ONE. HE.MIGHT WAIT YEARS -
O Christophers Game." Adam's romance O Sunrise Semester O Edge Of Night YOU ARE.DEEDEE..EUT; OH MRS.WOBTUI. FOR,If HE TURNED IT DOWKJ 1 60 ON THE

4:30 O Men Into Space with widow Laura Dayton 6:10 (D Continental Classroom coolatch. Game ACTUALLY 17 K VERY :v IY I WISH, I COULD JUST 60 ON WITH YOUR 1 + TOURJ .
; CD Star Performance. has reached the serious 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac O Secret Storm := YDUNfi TO EE GETTING DIE TONIGHT' OWN SCHOOLING,MY CHILD!THOSE
stage, and Laura's 6:30 Q World MARRIED. 20 WEEKS WILLIE PAST BEFORE .
5:00 O Topic Civilization CO Popeye's Pals i 4 a1t e
I, CD Colonial Invitation Aunt Lil thinks that Adam O Pastor's Study 4:25 Q News ; YOU REALIZE IT!

Golf should hurry up and pro 6:35 O Sunshine Almanac 4:30 O Burns and AIl

O Sports Spectacular pose. Adam: Pernell Rob- 6:40 O Living Words (color) O Yogi Bear

Football. erts. Ben: Lome Greene. 6:50 O Farm And Home CO !Movie t .)

5:30 Q Jacksonville Forum. Will: Guy Williams. Hoss: 6:45 O HI, Neighbor (color) "Simon And Laura."

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WASHINGTON To think at'created a spasm mentality. We ahead of him in "the strugglefor ly? Go to your friendly so-so ,)

a slow amble is hardly ever(need a constant supply of cri-I status" by acquiring a station first thing tomorrow and ,

done these days. Most of us uses, races and challenges, as'new car or a power mower. His have them show you what a ,4Lff

have lost the knack of it, if in-II Jan addict needs drugs. '(children, depending on their clogged sludge-pump filter can -
deed we ever had it. No one thinks it at all odd age, are imperiled by "the do to your sludge consumption ; ; T _
Right now, for example, thereis 'that an attempt to do something i i school crisis," "the" crisis of : .CIt .n _!_

really nothing around to get decent for the jobless should:higher education, or "the mar-
'\ riage problem." is hard to see the world as
terribly excited about. Europe be sloganized as "the war on
which looked to be near the end '!poverty." That scientific studyof I His wife has probably been it is when everyone is shouting'

of the road in 1947, is now more the outer environment shouldbe "fighting traffic" somewhere in and telling you that .goo dp f:',- : ___ -.E2..HAS rr WELL..NO, i Oa,

prosperous than it has been in called "the race for space." her struggle to solve "the lei citizenship compels you to look 1)I' 1VE NOTICED GOT ANYTHING( COOKIE/ NOT i T)4AT

2,000 years. The world, which That the attempt to spread dem- sure-time problem," and if the for doomsday at every bus stop.I,*..JC MOW YOURBLESSINGS 7b vo wmI J2EALLV soov 1 LIFE
was polarized explosively be- ocracy should be called "the cleaning woman failed to show > THE FoOD ;

tween East and West 10 years battle for men's minds." up, she may be bitter about If it were not so hard to think ... NAVE 60T 8 PStAAYIN6r

ago, is returning to its normal People who "the struggle for wom- at a slow amble, we might see q LONGER IATELY. / t FOR
order of confusion. The superpowers think are en's rights." that the shouters have confused rl t s i i

are relaxed. of everything in termsof People in this state of mind plain, troublesome, old peace '
wars, battles, races and "
Inhumanity goes on as ever, challenges eventually start con- must be spoken to sharply if with dull, smug nirvana, where I LD" 1 / I

but the old 19th Century colon- verting all experiences into their attention is to be com- everyone is fully insured E-C C'P i

ies are at last getting the struggles for survival. Life manded. For this reason they everyone is fully insured ., 2 1' l oi

chance tinies. to shape their own des-' itself naturally" becomes 6Ct herat and are shouted constantly at.being If their exhorted minds As EE.. Cummings once r.:' ; a1I (f ll
race. becomes
wrote to the un-alarmed "You i
Even the 20th satellites start to unwind : _
Century "the crisis of American youth. they are snapped and I wear the dangerous loose _
are less bullied than un- briskly back to business by
Middk-age spread becomes a ness of doom and find it be-
der Stalin. In America car that dreary command, "Think,"
'''national challenge. Athletes coming. Life, for eternal is _
are us,
sales have rarely been higher, which hangs on the wall of '
brought to the White House ev- now; and now is much too busy IF 1hRl MpN'r KM55 OKAY MJSS LEEDSl VOUU LIVE TO REGRET
diet has been fatter American's THIS '
never ery subconscious.If DAY MK.6AK3AYE..
to warn that the flabby adomenis being a little more than DRIVING ME HOME
housing has never been bet- there is a moment to doze everything CF w CAX! WAS.\OJKIPEA... f
the hidden of
ter and the Negro revolution eschews ally com- by the television, it will be to seem anything, cata- NOT MINEr /
munism.' A show at the included." tr
the terror for the Con- poor shattered by a one-two punch strophic C
J Olympics becomes a menace to ...
-first the crisis, then the com y
the national honor which I- _
And yet it would be a rash' can mand. For example: "There is ,,. _
|only be checked with\ a crash The nomad
man who suggested that this another political uproar surrounding Tuaregs of the
was peace. We are all too accustomed -I program to solve the muscle the White House tonight central and southern Sahara

to hot, hypertheroid.crisis. where President Johnson Desert are known as ''blue I r

thinking to recognize peace if Everyday living becomes a has again caught a beagle by men". The name derives from

it appears. Twenty-five years of I frantic succession of perils. The I I the ear. We'll have that story the indigo dye of their clothes ;:;)

racing to fires, dashing to typical husband comes home right after this message. which smudges off and stains ..

stamp out bombfuses and listening from "the rat race" to find'Say, have you looked at your their near white skin.

for spies in the cellar have.that a neighbor has moved car's sludge-pump filter late- strophic included." (

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''I' -p, Sunday. May. 10. 1964 Gainesville Sun 5C

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{ 975 I 6 SPECIAL NOTICES I lInhIlllmIlII1lffihtlIffilwuInHnIfflnhItmllbwtsTlwIfktilIf sm1m1llmnlffillIlllul.lL.nh8mIIWANTAD I 34 Waterfront PropertyLAKE 35 Houses for Sal* u.--IIIIIIIIIJIItiIfi!

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly Place for sale call FR 2- 3 BR frame house I mile Southof II CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1 I

Dex-A-Diet New name, I RATES 4416 after S p.m. Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone

; NOW same formula Drug ,Store.only 91 37 cents.N. MainSt. C.nova's .- I CBS HOME 3 BR, 2 bath LR, DR. 448-1064 after P.M. .

large Fla. room & utIL Rm. on 3 BR. 2 bath. paneled Fla. room ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE
PH. 372-8441 extra large lot. Keystone Lake, dining room 1900 sq. ft... windowair 1 I* MemerUM
IN GAINESVILLE. It's I 2 blocks to business dlst.. close conditioner, draperies, 2 Car of Tbab n Wat.4 H Ru'
GDI'S PHARMACY I to school churches. Total price fenced back yard, $1600 dwru. X Last Fe n4 .3 Machinery Tealsn
lie Central Plaza or $31,000 terms. By owner phone 4012 S.W. mh St.' pnone 2-nue. 4 Fcrtentllitd Serrktsft Building Materials 32
(next to Winn-Dixie) Travel InferatUea s-I HaeseaeU Ge4sM ges
IS 473-4386.
I For prescriptions & cosmetics I J Classified FOR SALE BY OWNER, spacious S Special Ketlaes A.U....
,it! I.D.L. DRUGSTOREDUE OnlyDEADLINES I ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE 3 _BR. 2 bath. Ha km- close 7 Florists Mis. Far RalaS ;
beautiful to SChool. Littlewood
GENEVA among fcstates. 5 Baby Sitters. CU Car 47 TradIng Peels 32
to divorce I have a like new i -- I 2 BR stucco home large living SJ4.50U. Keasenab.e down pay p FUcts T* Ge Lad Articles WtBUd -
'kif 1964 model Zig Zag. Automatic room with fireplace summer ment. 920 NW 37tn Ter. pnone Thags T* SeeJ.UTOMOTIV IS Fad OO Weeds 3
sewing machine that does everything. = sleeping room lot 200 x 144. 374-5738. 7t Bests Marine EO.BJ

We would like someone Tues. thru Fit papers-5 pm. Day before publication $10,000 to>> settle en estate. Make 4- 71 Camp .Bant Fish
Bedroom 3 full baths in Ub !
THE to take up payments of S6.00 5 For ads to go In Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. pffer.LITTLE. yHeigt"s. 72 Office Eeaipmert I
5i This home has over 4>
Small balance. Ph. 372. g ?1 Airplane Balea-BenUIa
per mo. For ads to go in Mon. p.per-1: pm. St. 300 '73 Muted Merchandise
2051. :I LAKE SANTA FE. fur- sq. ft. of living space air 77 MekCe Bones for Sala
conditioned: dianwsoflei. and '
(Minimum ad 4 lines) nished home 3 BR. guest house .t Traeki far Sale
CHIEFLAND NURSING HOME many outer extras. It you need 79 Tracko Wasted
: ',.E. ,' garage utility room dock 210', I
S piemy ot living area cneck this REALESTATEFORSALE
mode M Traetoro Track Bentala
has a few vacancies r n FAMILY RATES 9 trees. $18,500.
= many one. Will consider trade. t-or information
building. Homelike atmosphere, Ii lit Trailer BeataJs
TIME good food special dIets. 24 hr. i call lIfE JAMES CO. 83 Motorcycles Scooters S3 Lola for Sale
ii 1 Insertion 34c line LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 x 250 In OF
GAINESVILLE INC. Build- *4 waterfront
Chief- 84 Automobile Repairs Property
professional nursing care.
I Interlachen city water 7W of
22c line
:-w !N1* = 3 Insertions g ers of Kmgsbury Homes. Phone U Heuoa For BaJoseCoturts
lch"4":4I land, phone 493-4781. ii U AnUmokfles for Sal* a
20. Price $1.750.
6 Insertions tic line E hwy. No. : 372-2527. nights 472-7401.
4 12 Insertions ........ 14c line it Sway CareEDUCATIONAL Far, Sale 32
8 Baby Sitters Child Car 50 Total charge eamDUted by multiplying total lines x rate eam- I JAMES H. McEACHERN I acre 2 BR house. good water 37*8 Real Real Estate Estate Exehmntei 32 a
ed x number of Insertions. RealtorS near county landing on Waccas-: Wanted
Keystone Hts. 473-4106 sa River. sacrifice on accountof IS Schools InslrectioaU 3 9 Oil of Town prepert7

TO. TINY TOT I a Illness $7000. Contact W. B. Masie, DtBcta|. 4e Baiineta Proportloe
Waterfront lot with house for 41 BcsldenUal
35' Anderson Rt. 3, Box 100-B, 8IEMPLOYMENT WaatcA-lutrmcUoa bee me
PLAY SCHOOLVisit S Five letter words per line sale. At Suwannce Florida. See Gainesville Fla. 41 Farms A Acreage
: D. E. Johnson. Suwannee Fla. 43 Calared Property Rentals a
u. and see for yourself. WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD 3 43-1 Colored Property Sales
120x154 new home and apts. par. BR large well landscaped lot 17 Work Wanted Male
1 = -rv-iY-rar 24 SE 8th St. FR
Same as 2 lines 3 tlally furnished 2 BR, 2 bath.
with several down Female
trees. $900
:II Work Wanted I
8 Pt. ordinary typeS LR., built In kitchen fire- RENTALS
; GET PLANNED program awaits your g and take over an established 14 Sales Help Wasted
pre-school youngster at JACK place. Owner leaving town. $21/ mortgage; $91 per mo. pays ev- 15 Belp-Male or Female 5
Same as 3 lines Marine- 44 CetUies For Beat 32
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. 12 Pt. 000. 2 miles north of erything. Call FR 6-9907. Wasted
IS Male
Rt. 1, Bely 43 FurnIshed 5
Music programs. educational ordinary type V land. Mrs. W. C. Tilton Apt.
film-strips. 7:45-5:15 Box 175. St. Augustine. Fla 2 Bedroom 1 bath lust West out Dramatic 4< Unfurnished Apia. 32
1331 S.W. 13th Moru-Frt; Same 4 lines side city (units, no taxes. Fla. 11 Female Hoi* Wanted 47 Basses for Bent Forn. 32
St. FR 6-3900.
18 I rt.ordinary type g 35 Houses for Sale room central heat Vi acre lot. I 48 Hoases for Bent Cn/ rn.
THAT Child Care in my home. Fenced Price and terms Make us an FARMS LIVESTOCK 49 Boomk for Bent
: yard Reasonable rates. Good g offer! Call anytime. 376-4441 II II Fum mlpment 50 Hotel Booms
references. Phone 372-3713. S 4 BEDROOM Steve Kesterson Assoc. Ernest = n Feed FertUUerSt 81 MUe. BenUUSIA
I 24 Pt. Same a:4pnes i Tew Realty. 2910 N.W. 13th St. Livestock Supplies Wanted '1'. Beat 3
KIDDIE KORTChild $12,996.82Professional t* Landscaping 'Top SoD 5J Boarders Wanted

care center FR 2-4647 family has left this EXCELLENT BUY 1m 3d Pets .A Sapplles S3 Office Desk Space 32
s:4WLAwItlLQ = E better than new condI- Owner leaving town must sacrifice, 51 Llvcstoch Waa&e4FINANCIAL 81 Basinets BenUle 5
; t1 WANTED BABY SITTING lob. home in 3 BR. 2 bath kitchen built-ms.
BETTER The Gainesville Sun will not be tion. 5Va pet. VA loan. Pay only
have transporation. Phone FR 2- j responsible for more than one family room central heat & air
1479. l Incorrect Insertion nor will it be liable: for any error In aoVer. E $375 down. Monthly payments conditioning located outside SERVICE
I: tisement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied only $7097 plus taxes and Insur. city limits. For further Information iI M Bulncto OppoHBBllleo 23 Special Services g
!!i by the I-em Lthe advertisement. No adJustment will == ance. See this house soon It phone 3n-3712. os 57 Manse t. Lou S3 Homo Improvements E
Slip this dashing )Jacket Over Employment E be made on errors that 'dO not materially effect the value of will not be on the market long 32 68 lion.ares 24 SadIe .* TV ServIce E
sheaths or slacks looks terrific !i the ..dvertisement.a for this low price. McKINNEYGREEN 59 Money Wanted :.1 Appliance Fernitnre
the year 'round.

CAR! Fashion hit Indispensable Cha- 3E HUGH EDWARDS, JIIIIIIIiIIIII1 1IIItIIIIIIIftlllltlllllllltllBlItDIIIIltllllllllllllllll\: \llll3
I el-style lacket with contrast bor. 11 FEMALE HELP' WANTED a The Cainesvllle Sun reserves the privilege of I -----
revising or re3 INC.N.E.
der crocheted in sport .
yarn. Pattern 975: sizes 3234; leeting any advertisement whIch It deems oblectional and to 5 DEATON I 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sola
e chance the classification of
any advertlsemen& from S 16th Ave. & 15th St.
34-38 40-42 incU or
; dared tn conform
to the
up to S5 per hour demonstrating I pOlicy of the paper. I 3721551.BARGAIN. RealtorsBUSINESS NEAR SCHOOLS, Attractive red-
Thirty five cents In coins for famous Studio Girl MAKE OFFER! wood fenced yard. 3 bedroo m
this pattern-add 15 cents for each Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. i 32 : MUST SELL lovely 4 bedroom home in new condition 1206 N.E.

pattern for ht- lau mailing and Phone 376-4334 after 4. ," I.--.... home built less than 2 yrs. ago. 16th P1.DUPLEX..
special handling. Send to Laura : make a low offer for equity In 3 Close to Court House Zoned Not in a development area. Features Downtown Income prop
Wheeler Gainesville Sun Needlecraft EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. I FEMALE HELP WANTED 18 Schools & Institutions bedroom home at 1311 NE 14th Business B-2) Lot 133 by 100. galore inside and out. A erty. Priced at $6,500
Apply Hubbard Circle
Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Grocery. Terr. Stove & Ref. In e I uded. this property can be purchased luxury home for a discriminating HISTORIC WINDSOR Parcels 3
Chelsea Station. New York 11. 16th Ave. and Mlllhopper Rd. WAITRESS. Good hours. good Weseman Realty 1113 N. at RIGHT PRICE Call family. Flexible terms. Turn to 29 acres. S200 to>> $400 per

N. Y. Print plalntly PATT ERN WANTED experienced Legal Sec salary. Apply In person. Worv MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for Main St. FR 23617CREEKSIDE left off Newberry Rd. onto 57th acre with terms.
NUMBER NAME ADDRESS and retary to begin work on or be- derhouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. CIVIL St. 529 NW 5Sth St. HOME AND INCOME. S bedroom
ZONE. fore June 1. Salary commensurate 1st Behind Sears. SERVICE AN exciting home with space, excellently home In excellent location for
with experience and abilI- Examinations. For information built air conditioned : FOR SALE by owner modern 3 room rentals. 14.000 with terms.
BARGAIN! Big new 1964 Nee- ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross WANTED 10 LADIES Age 18-50. send name address & Phone No. 3 BR 2 Bath, family room and Modern HOME Central heat bedroom house in Carol Estates.
dlecratt Catalog -over 200 deigns & Blue Shield. For interview con- honest able to handle large Key Training Service. 112 w. fireplace now being completedby large beautifully landscaped Furnished or unfurnished. Assume ALACHUAREALTY
ICHECK only 25 cents I A must if tact E. A. Clayton or James E. sums of money. paid daily. APply Adams St., Jacksonville. Lloyd Myrtck Builder In creek-side lot together with 61 loan or refinance. Best

you knit. crochet. quilt sew em- Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. at Florida Motel Hwy 441 PRIVATE tutoringJr... Wimberly Estates. outside city GUEST HOUSE Call FR 2- offer. Call 376-8414.
between hours of 10:00-5.00 Sunday High, limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off
iroider. Send 25 cents. 3617
and first 3 BR 2 barns Ig. LR walk-in
SPECIAL VALUE! 16 COM. WAITRESS wanted Texan Barbe- Monday and Tuesday. Ask yr. Experienced N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- Sm. down
qualified tutor closets dishwasher
que. Hawthorne. Fla. 4812344. for Mr. Jimmie L. reas. rates call
PLETE QUILT PATTERNS In de- Massey. 500. Phone 2-5489. AssociatesAria
after 5:00 372-6276. DUPLEX payment VA mtg.. Swim pool
luxe. new Quilt Book. For beginners Chitdscope, Inc. No Phone Calls/ : T. Smith Realtor
BE A FASHION FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR 2 privileges, 376-1583 after 5.
experts. Send it cents now. Please. SPEED WRITING SHORTHAND bath Ig. Fla. rrru, utility area Let us show you this attractiveand Mabel Gore. Associate
THESE SHOW DIRECTORNO NEEDED Business secretary. mature Secretarial Courses. Classes now separate living rnv, dining rrru. well located two story duplex FHA House for sale NE sectionat 635 N.E. 1st St. 376-2448
delivering or collecting car forming. Howell's Business Col that have listed Good appraisal value of 10000.
permanent. Answer In kitchen wall to wall carpetingin we
N:W. Section 3 Br., 2 baths large
lege. 211 W. Unlv. $300 down payment low monthly
necessary. Connie Robbins, FR own handwriting giving back Ave. FR 6- living rm.. glass sliding door condition Fully furnished In-
carport and utility. Paved street
6-1948 after '.30 p.m. 3507. of .$17500 per month payments. 3 BR. 1 bath carport
ground. Salary open. Write Box leading to 14' x 24' patio come curbing. excellent condition
Call after
417-A, c-o Gainesville Sun. fenced-in back yard. 1325 NE Could be used as a home with large storage., rear Terrace well landscaped.
6 00 P.M. FR 6-4774.
U, S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! 12th Terr. $19.500. an Income Attractively pricedDon't Reasonable 372-5756
School Graduate with ability EARN that extra money showing I. wait Call FR 23617
FOR $450 down. 171.27
only per
to type well and take dictation. beautiful cosmetics as advertised 3 BR. Fla. Rm, Carol Estates.
CLASSIFIEDADS 607 N.W. 1 19th Ave. month payments you can qualify
Excellent salary. 5 day week. In leading magazines and Men-women, 18-52. Start high as ASSOCIATES for 4 BR, 2 bath home. 1806 near Metcalfe .. Howard Bishop.
Excellent benefits. Daily Inter on T.V. by Avon. Good earn- $102.00 a week. Preparatory training Consider carefully the following J. Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside Pay equity & assume VA loan
I views 8 to 4 p.m. ings. Ideal for housewives. Call until appointed. Thousandsof features In this 3 BR 2 Bath Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire & outside completely. For appt. with $77.94 mOo payments; Phone I
SPERRYELECTRONIC Mrs. Burns. FR 2-0421. lobs open. Experience usually Ocala brick home. Cen. heat I. Multiple Listing to see call 372-0481. 376-0539.
TUBE unnecessary. FREE Information family room exceptional floo r
12 Male Help Wanted on lobs. salaries require plan beauty kit. heavily shaded
DIVISIONSPERRY' ments. Write TODAY giving corner lot. You can buy with

RAND ARCHITECT or senior draftsman coln name Service address Box and 397-M phone., Lin-C-O terms to please you for 17500. I I

CORP.GAINESVILLE permanent position, salary open. Gainesville Sun. il OttI
Box 790 Lake Fla.
FLORIDA City. 3669 N.W.
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EMPLOYMENT the insurance business. Must 16th Ave.We .

FOR THEREIS BOOKKEEPER TYPIST Statewide be between the ages of 25 to 50 only ask that you look at this ACROSS 24. Cryptic

organization has opening to qualify. Guaranteed starting WANT AN ECONOMICALL Brand new 3 BR. 2 Bath CB Electrical 26. Ragged
In Gainesville for qualified book salary. Call FR 2-7167 'or FR PRICED FEED? Then try CPA home. The livable floor plan
I' keeper In 2-2153 for Interview.AAANAGEMENT Cooperative juatt rocks
knowledgeable general Mills U per cent WiN family room will appeal to
business office procedures. OPPORTUNITYWill Production Dairy part pulleted. you. Cent. heat and alrcondltlon- Pollen-Sear Resembling s I 11 i I s

Pleasant working conditions. sal. personally train man, Ideally suited for feeding on Ing. Butlt-tn elec. kitchen with ing
ary compatible with qualifications 21 to>> 30 to become a district pasture. Special for May only. gobs of cabinets. Half acre land- organ Down
b BIG fringe benefits. Permanent manager with Realsilk/ Inc. FMX Gainesville or Alachua. scaped lot. And much more for 12. Roman 29.Contrap-. I A Ft A
position. Apply Box 413-A, Write Dennis Phone FR 2-1095 or 461.2105. 23500. Terms to suit. magistrate
Clemens P. O. lion
C-o Gainesville Sun. A R G E I
Box 3217 Tampa Fla. 33601.
14.Wealthy man 30.Close

new management. OpenIngs WANTEDCOLORED 13.11ydr31.Pigeon pea
for fashion directors. Part bon 32. Curved I2 :
ONLY. TURPENTINE kiHerw, t week old. Call ___ S
SAVINGS time or call full time. For appoint. DIPPERS. CHIPPERS AND FR 6-4339. or see at 2831 N.E. 15. Emanate norm -
ment 3727049.
PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY 10th St.ENGLISH. 16.Tidal wave 33. Past (Solution to Friday's Puzzle)

WORTHWHILE following. Phone 3725005. KENNETH STRICKLAND. for watch shepherd, stock. and puppies.pets.Good FR M. Munroe, Realtor Surveyor's 34.Stone 4 4.Area 3. Costa
TELEPHONE 376-8083 AFTER 4 Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin Frank
HELP turn time Into 20033.PUPPIES shrub
your spare 4. Bitter
45. Crippled
P.M. Roby Roy McCann T. C. Douglas
money. No soliciting or deliver. 19.Exist 36.Cod of
ON Ing. Adjust your own working' WANTED Caretaker on Lake 'A Leopard hound. Tidies DOWN
i hrs. For appointment call place. Must be sober and have /2 Beagle. $5. FR 2-0976 Jr.OH MOM 22. Drive 6. Cubic meter7.Vo1um

372-7049 I references. Furnished house and after 5. slantingly 38.Virtuous 1.Marsh ? .

good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry You'll love this 3 bedroom 2 bath 23.Goddess of 42.Lazy 2. Ohio col
,- WANTED excellent typist for part Co. 200 W. Unlv Ave. BLACK I thoroughbred poodles. 6 beauty at top Northeast location. 8.Malt brew.
time work. Contact George Doyle weeks old. S50. Phone FR 2- Terrazza floors. G.E. built In healing 43.Foil legetown 9.Wedlock
Gainesville Sun. ters and Helpers of level 8352 anytime. oven and range. Newly redecor-
I' any 10. Overeats .
FINE ATTRACTIVE LADY to go Into of experience by established 8 wks. old Siamese kittens pure- ated. $15,500. $600 down. FHA.. I-rrrrrrrrrr I II
apparel business with Realsilk company with work In six states. bred no papers. Crooked tails.Si5 Pay only $101 per month Including I- I" ll.Necefelty

Inc. Direct sales experience help- Call 3492518 collect or write ea. Phone 475-2518. taxes and Insurance. -' Obtained

ful but not required. Opportunityfor Robert F.. Henry Tile Co., Mont 3 FEMALE Chihuahuas and 1 HUGH EDWARDS, iT--I I 'l ;r-I 19.Jcho3pha-
advancement within 90 days. Alabama.
male, $18 each. Ready to
Write Dennis Clemens P. O. SALESMAN salary car allow. this week. Phone 3764169. INC. IT V/ If phot's father

CARS! READINGIN Box 3217. Tampa. Fla. 33601. ance and commission. Age 25 to LABRADOR retriever female 9 NE. 16th Ave. 15th St. / 20.Transfer
Wanted part time clerk-typist experienced 45 preferred. Phone FR 2253X -
In Insurance I I months partially trained, very 372-1551. 1- n V.14 !t.Frugal

and medical filling forms.out Please ASSISTANT grill man wanted. Intellegent. Phone 481-2312 R. E. N.W. AREA //" '// "// 'l : : 23.Plowed f'ittd
Good salary. Apply In person I Gregory Hawthorne. '-
call 372-3697. Wonder-house Restaurant. 14 COMPLETELY redecorated. Large 13 z) 21 ;- ir-- 725.Datr
S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. i GERMAN shepherd pups AKC all yard with patio. Lovely living h Vh 26.MercuroQ9
Apply Bakery. shots ready to go. Shown week area. 3 Bedrooms 2 baths. -
f & .
15 SW 2nd St. WANTED one bus-boy. ApplyIn days after 7 P.M. all day Sat. $11,000. with easy terms. Call 24 26 chloride

person between 10.Ot and and Sun. See Don Carney, 3501 Lei Jackson Associate anytime. V 27.Thoroughfares .
TWO JOBS AVAILABLE one 12.00 A.M. to the head waitress. NW Uth Ter.DACHSHUND REALTYFR -
part-time the other from S 00 Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. ERNEST TEW. iT 29 : abbr.
to 11:00 PM. Age 23-35 light puppy, AKC reg. 6-6461.
grill work experience helpful CHRISTIAN MAN needed. Full red female. I weeks old. Had all WEST VILLA ESTATES 29.Fuel
but not necessary. Apply in per. or part-time lifetime security. shots $40. Phone KIngsley Lake 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR 2 tiled J j; J1. 31.Restaurant
son. Sandwich Inn 110 N. W. Experience Sunday School 533-2493. bath wall-to-wall carpeting. central 33 and
16th Ave. ministry help ful. Earn $100 .
weekly and up. No competi- PUREBRED beagle puppies, AKC heating, built in kitchen 'J V 3- 35 /? Andy
WANT a beautiful business and tion. Write John Rudin Co. 22 registered also Labrador puppies Includes dishwasher. Located on rZh r// -//.
have fun. too? West Madison St., Chicago 2. III. James Kennels Rt. 1, large wooded lot with circle :: -- _L 34.ToleraWe
YOU'LL THE Phone 376-1480 Box 78 Keystone Heights 473- drive Orig. cost $20,000 balance j J7 J' 40 41 35.New star37.WitticUm

from 10 A.M. to S P.M. Monday. 13-Help Male or Female 4958. $17,380. Equity $600. paymentsincl.
Wednesday t Friday no other taxes and Ins. $143 per -- -
HAPPY HEALTHY American 42 : 4T
time please. mo. Phone 372-9172. S ; 39. Strike
Shepherd puppies male t> female I
Exp. secretaries salary open 7 weeks registered. Call $14.775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open violently
i SOILS ENGINEERMust Cashler-host, attractive FR 6-3470. House Sundays 1 to 4 p.m. Designed ;T I. T
40. drink.
I White housekeeper $25 wI. & engineered by U. s. "I
BESHOPPING ., Bookkeeper salary open Black Labrador puppies best of Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 -' '41. Induced
be Fla. Professional En I Exp. Waitress, salary a. comm. blood lines. Fine to hunt or at sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond.
SUN gineer. MS In Soils desirableand Exp. mechanicsStore home. AKC reg. Call 372-5763 brick veneer. 2 car garage. 1801
five years experience. Supervision trainee hi sent. grad after 6 and all day Sat. Sun. NW 34th Dr. Ala 'lue Homes
of foundation Investigations Off. trainee hi schU grad. Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 4- IN THE

soil mechanics, laboratory Tree surgeon foreman $2 It?. 33 LOTS FOR SALE 6690. FUN
of established Fla. firm. Auto salesman Exp.
Client liaison. Fla. experience Short order grill manInsurance BYOWNERBEAUTIFUL NORTH WESTNEW
desirable. State detailed education trainee $100 wk. wooded lot. 900 blockof
and experience enclose Route salesman Levy Co. N.W. 22nd Street. INT an Si'. BRICK
WANT late photo. Permanent can be CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. Also lot In Gwynn Oaks 200'x-
a Principal. Replies confidential. 120 SE 1st Ave. 180 with view and privilegesof MODELSOPEN
Write Box 415-M c/o Phone 374-8234 Clear Lake. 376-5109.
a.m.I Til) Dark
Gainesville Sun. route now 10
IN AFTERNOON paper NICELY wooded residential lot.
II available in Williston. Man or S'330x300, on paved road NW of FEATURES :
woman wishing to suppliment income
town approximately 3Vi m I lee
by $50 per wrrk. Write from city limits. $3,000 cash or Fireplaces SUNBOATS
Circulation manager P.O. Box 20 pet. down with up to S yrs. Screened porches
57. Gainesville or call FR 2- to pay. Call 372-0331. Custom kitchen cabinets NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
ADS 8441. Oversized bathroomsPlus

NORTH PLACEMENT SERVICE LOTS features many other custom

Office. Professional
Large lots overlooking beautif u I & MOTORS '
appt. call 372-6377 1 BI from campus. n. I r
I 10-12.00 AJM. 2-4:00 P.M. Univ. P.O. Also others. Ask us WOULD LIKE THE 76th. 24" GRILLS
Monday through Friday about our 5 acre tracts lust a HUNTER Fiberglass FlshlgG 12' Plywood fishing boats HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR
CENTRAL PERSONNEL CENTER few miles NW of town. Call & Boat Introduced ,by FRANK $ JO $101
distance to elementary
:IQie w. Untv. FR 4-4471 jr. High EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 272-3537
AFTERNOON paper route now _
CHARGE _ _ _
available In Meirose. Man or Hugh Edwards Inc ""The Heart Of East Gainesville"
woman wishing to supplement 34 Waterfreat Property N.E. Uth Ave. Uth. 6?. FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT deck with CharlieFR

,:< Income by $58 per week. Write 372-1551 of Classifications to choose
t 2-17)1. List
FLORIDA'SLARGEST Circulation Manager P. O. Box JEAUllfUL lot on the Suwanne CENTER

57. Gainesville er call FR River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- WESTWOOD distance- LITTLEWOOD to choeliL 2 Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from
2-8441. ext. 16. 4160COWPEN. Walking
WOMENof Fishing Boats.
BR 2 baths home In Skyline I
TEACHERS Ask for Information LAKE-nicely furnished Heights. StudY. hardwood floors Skiing\ Swimming-Diving.
Sells Itself" ONLY DEALER
on our placement service. 2 b.r. A/C home. Exceptional built-in range oven. Cent. Quality
All Good positions alt over South- frontage. $8,800. Terms. heat. Shaded back yard. Call JOHNSON Fishing Equipment.
Ages Uth Ave.
east. Southern Teachers Agency. 376-OB42. FR202i or FR 4-6893 SEA HORSE MOTORS
Columbia S. C LAKE SUSAN-like new masonry Items.
CLASSIFIEDDial You can home; elegantly furnished a 3 bedroom 2 tile baths Mon. Thru Frt. 5-6 p.m. Sat 9.4 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper
now as a 14-Sales Help Wanted dream come true at ilOJOO.OO. built-in appliances double carport Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.BAIRD'S Golfing Equipment.
ASKI About these end lake lots. connected to
paved street MARINE
Girl ARCH CAMPBELL. REALTOR Small down Payment. Tennis Equipment.
FridaySTART sewer. 601 S. MAIN ST.
Phone 376-5707 ANYTIME. 3723824. After a ,
MARKETPLACE REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Days 374774.phone _ _ Baseball Equipment.

Train as an Executive Secre Hugh Edwards Inc.. Gainesville's Shores FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
tary. Enter such fascinating largest builder has opening for Cedar Key home located In Westmoreland Sun Want Ads

professions as fashion. publishing new salesman. Excellent earning & Other Properties Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt
radio television public opportunity for above average 2 tg. bath Rms.. Ig. family BE CAREFREE Plus many many more.
relations legal. etc. Earn as man. Mr. Dorman, sales manag David AndrewsCedar Rm. & living Rrru, dining area.

much as ere 377-1551.HUGH EDWARDS INC. Key 3841 Central h at. built-in kitchen In. EnioY a clean and healthy pool.
eluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. ADVERTISE ZM THE
$135 WINFRED H. CRAWFORD walk to schools, close to Supplies S. Monthly cleaning
16 Work Wanted Female
',' U of F & medical center FHA service.
Broker, apecaltztng In
Reg. PROPERTIESACRE- $22.700 Down payment $1.700. FR 2.5361 6-0060 3-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY
Per WeekJobs A. Good housekeeper III I tlGood LAKE Immediate occupancy. Drive by
of Meirose
AGE. 3 mUss No.
references. I want a lob. Call Call Butler
376-4672 1027 NW 40th Drive.
FOR are waiting for those who FR 6-CT50 GR 5-2981. Bremen 37W54S daily 374048

:'o' qualify. Keep your present lob LAKE GENEVA contemporary. 3 night.

.5 t. while STENOTYPE.learning. ..SHORTHAND.*.. .. .. .. 18 Schools fir Instructions Wood bedroom paneling, 2 bath open nearly beamed new. NEW MODERN 2 SR CCB MR. MERCHANT: ,To place your ad in the

3 lots. Utility room. tile
TYING OFFICE CHARM MEN AND WOMEN WANTEDTO ceiling throughout. Roman house.

BOOKKEEPING.FILING TRAIN FOR bath. Large carport.screened 2 acres.patio. ed bath.porch.terrazzo Access floors to Lake Ig. ween Santa Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
Work shop
NEW Free Use. all of Equipment secretarial In duties.your CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS white sandy beach. $3X500. Melrose Fe irsoo.Earleton.See across Fla. from Post
Home. Budget Termsl GR 5-5441.
Far Full InformatSee Write: We prepare Men and Women.
--- ---- Ages 1*-55. No experience necessary. -
Grammar school education
vr D.'Un.l. ........ erevircUite .._ .
ft. I '" n. -- usually sufficient. Permanentlobs.
4JS BarMtt Naff. Beak .' No layoffs. Short hours.
AND ... Jacksaavilia Florida High pay. Advancement. Send
NAME ..._...._.............. name home address. phone DAILY
ADDRESS .................... number and time home. Write LOOK FOR THESE NEW ADDITIONS TO ANDSUNDAY -
CITY .............. STATE ... Marcel Co. Box 384-A. c/o Galnesvtll -
3 LOST & FOUND 'OE _........ PHONE. ....... Sun.

USEDCARS Real Estate Exam .

LOST brown I white pointer bird COURSE
dog. Mate. with large scar running FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY ATTEND First lesson free. STARTING TOMORROW1"

Matnls. Box 171. Gainesville. COLLEGE 21$ W. Univ. Ave --

In brown quality workmanship FR. 6-3507 372-3727. '"
Lost: Bifocal glasses For top -
case with Orlando addrPMtIe ,". can MEN WOMEN AGE IS-iS
,r FR <-74M e* 37 77T7. 372.6142 WANTED IMMEDIATELYTO


158 N.W. 13MI St good pay security. For Information t .
< LEARN: TO DRIVEl ZPSCICI Cl- free 1tlmate-P1c* up and local Interview write
_' J' tentton to nervous or elderlY. lelivery. American Service, Box 41VM coO :

',:,;/:; S Easy Way Driving School.' f9 CalnesvUla $ul ,
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35 Houses For Sole 42 Farms Acreage 45 Furnished Apts. 45 Furnished Apts. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sole 6
35 Houses for Sale ,35 Houses for Sale 35 .

LARGE CLEAN I BR. 2 BR, LR. screened porch par.
fev OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bed- 1',% mile north of Sperry Plant FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Low Summer Rates. 306 N.E. 5th tially furnise $55 per month 2 BR, living rm., dining area
room, 2 bath home. central heat 3 BEDROOM CCB. 100 X 100 lot. AIR CONDITIONED. 4 BR, 2 FINLEY AREA. 4 BR. 2 bath practically new 2 BR home RURAL PROPERTIESROBERT Ave. FR 6-0969. 110 SW Call kitche Fla. Rm utility n.

hardwood floors. 2-car garage. Choice location. Easy terms. bath home. Attractive corner spacious Fla. rm. fireplace. disposal with full tile bath on 11/3 acre Green Inc. FR 23617. carp. on 441, 1
Lot 105 x 127. $800 down. $94 per Phone 485-2491 Brooicer after a. lot. Screened patio fenced back FM-TV rotator phone 376- shaded lot. $7,000 Terms. Phone C. SMITH REALTOR UPSTAIRS apartment 2 bro mi. Gainesville. $65. Ph

month. 126 s.W. 40th St. or call yard. Paid up swim club mem- 0436. 376-4295 after 5 p.rn. Hw. 441 Micanopy. Fla. living room. dining r co SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house 466-3418.
FR 22727. SACRIFICE $2400 equtty for $700 bership. $900 down. $102 mo. including U.5 bined. Available May Uth. close in and accessible to all
cash. Total cost only 11427. insurance. BY OWNER. 3 BR. 2 bath. dishwasher 4312 Phone FR 2523 N.W. 6th of City. 403 SE NEW red brick home fo rent I
taxes- 2817N. AIR CONDITIONED. heat 3.11
.4 BR CCB house corner lot, fenced Modern 3 BR 1V% bath home. swimming pool privi gas 2.4 ACRES-$1600 St. 612 pars St. BR kitchen living ro carport -
E. 11th Dr. 3725037. furnished 2 bedroom
back yard, 4 yr. equity. 2213 Near schools. Refrig., elec. leges. Small down payment VA completely LOS TRANCOS WOODS 2d and utility NW.
NE 15th Terr. FR 25538. after air cond.. and drapes.No mortgage. Phone 3761583.By house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles Public utilities paved road frontage IF YOU LIKE COUNTRY LIVING, 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur- 40th Ave. 1 ro lO
4 00 p.rnLARGE. range qualifying 1432 NE 14th Ter. CCB East of Gainesville. Price $8.800. school bus service. Drive horse-back riding fishing. etc.. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 Foster School BIt per Stepe
Phone 376-4068. LAKE FRONT OWNER 3 BR, 1 bath. Terms available. Phone FR 6- West on Newberry Rd.. turn only S minutes from down town per mo. Call 376-26 or 37ft-23 right party. S15
4 OR 5 BR HOME home. Built in 1961. Screened 41.2411.
right SR 241, watch for signon one bedroom apart.. call 2-9673 ask for .
ON 2-3 acre wooded fenced lot. porCh. fenced yard. Payments o M. 2 BR, unfurn. house with
A-C, other HOUSES for sale. 2110 NE 12th EstateFor 376-5770. ARMY Officer transferred, must right. Terms if desired. AIR CONDITIONED, 2 room luxury stove
Study carpeting ex Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath. large corner $75. NW section. FOSSEY Realtor EAST SIDE large yard quiet street, per
tras. 2 blks. to schools 3 mos. sell. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. room. Ralp apartment. Furnished. 1 mo. Phone U
eld. 1224 NW 36th St. Phone FR lot. $500 cash equity. Take over In N. W. Near School. $15,500. University Ave. Ph 37f3 block from Discountprice. 2.3.UNFURNISHED

2-4841. payments of $91 monthly. Furniture the discriminating home buyer FORDYCEREALTOR Negotiate equity. FR 25043. "Selling Florida Since 190" 3-07.cmps or GARDENAPARTMENTS 2 BR hs$101
also available. Call 372-
that wants the advantages of NEW concrete block home on 3 supper per mo. 317 NW 2 Yer

J.W. 6458. the country and the conveniencesof WHY PAY RENT? acres of land north of Gaines- 2 Bedroom, furnished apartment lease required. 3175

EXCLUSIVE NW Area. Fallout the city this is the home for New bath homes.$65 $9,500.month.3 bedroom.Located tile vie city limits. Buy fur or rear of N.W. Uth Ave., $90 S per month upGainesville's 2 BEDROOM, living Rm dining
K1RKPATRICK shelter spacious above ground you. Custom designed and built per on Price furn. $9000 per 5. Phone 6-2823. Finest Rm. bath, big screened porch,
S. E. 45th Terrace. Also
well & bath. can be used as for the large wooded lot over some good terms. Phone owner after garage range. heating stove.
extra room. 3 BR. 2 bath home, looking the water you will love trade-Ins. Call FR 22372. 6:00 P. 372-4407- or 4.175 NICELY furn. very clean. 1 BR Furnished or unfurnished $65 Mo. 917 S.E. 4th Ave. FR
HANDSOME traditional residence; the the living apt., available now near University
AC fireplace; dishwasher re- foyer. spacious Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apar 2-10
one of the most beautiful In frig.. stove, riding power mow room with fireplace. roomy kit Nice Residential GLADYS SMITHIf ACREAGE water furnise. Call ment. NE 9th St. 36

Gainesville. Space, design, custom er. Lot 175 x 300. Other features.By chen including range refrigerator 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Yard you have considered the lovely Mrs. Strickland 681'. 9608. 3 RENTAL
details and special quality dish washer and deep area of Idlywild as a choice 41 acres apprx. Nice lives b I e
Owner. 376-3083. completely fenced well landscaped home location, here's a home I .house W. of Gainesville FURNISHED apartment for rent CLEAN 1 BR apt. furnishe. large
throughout. for the discriminating freezer separate dining room 4 in a good location. Reasonably $1,0 for two, male only air-condi- ed. We have many attractive rental
buyer.SLIGHTLY BY OWNER, FINLEY AREA. 2 lovely bedrooms, 2V4 baths anda priced. 6,800.. Contact can honestly recommend 3CO acres with 80 acres tiontng, central heating. u t II. quiet rooms, gaage, NW section. No in apartmets houses turn end
su urban. Several most Bedroom separate dining room 12x45 front screened porch. Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. 376- and at a price established by planted. 200 under cultivatio 90 furnished. Phone 2-8433 lation. .
attractive Three bedroom two Large secluded screened porch. The 2098 sq. ft. of living area FHA appraisers. T h r ee bedrooms acres pasture. 3 ) o 617 pets. 37ft-792 'MARY REALTOR

bath houses each with I large Fireplace, lovely yard, walking is centrally heated and air con- 1236. family room fireplace allotmnt. bal In pert pasture. 2 BEDROOM living room, kitchen NICE 2 BR furnished apt. Private 1019 W. MOELE. FR 4-4471
family room well kept lot and distance to University. FR 2- ditioned by 3 A-C units. An add built-in range and oven. See it! water. head of black angus and bath adults only No pets. bath & entrance. Water fur-

If paved street. Prices range from flSl.HOUSE. ed feature is the University I Income PropertyIn Call 3725393. cattle. NW of Gainesville. Inc. 434 S.W. 2nd St. Reasonable rent. nished. $58 per mo. Phone FR UNFURNISHED 4 room house in

115,000. to 20000. tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located House Equipment Tractor Realistic 372-4110. 2-97 or 2-9195. Waldo Call FR 612 2523 N.W.
SUMMER places: On Cowpen WITH PERSONALITY for lust outside the city lim- the heart of downtown. One of the best buys we have at Price Good terms good road. .
lake. furnished two bedrooms $8.- sale by owner. Lrg. 3 BR 2 its this Is an exceptional buy. and apartment available. $9,800 this time is a lovely home on Call ONE bedroom fum. apartment.
46 Unfurnished Apts. SMALL house
air 1
excellent bath and
and < private
800.00; on Lake Rosa comfort- bath home. Has Fla. Rm.* LivIng CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS total. Call price today. Fordyce & Associates a small acreage lots of privacyand MARY MOELLER REAL fOR I onditione, and cold waterfurnishe kitchen, tile bath garage stove r
able three bedroom, deluxe Rm. inside Patio Garden Junior can have a pony. 1019 W. Univ. FR re
frig. 5
kitchen extra deep lot. $l8,- extra large porch built in kitchen Inc.. 3761236.Perfect Plenty of room for a grow i In g 6-447' $60 per m. Call 2- NEW 1 'BR duplex apt. kitchen $30 per miles ot Archer Rd

000: Lake Serena exceptional central heat & air condo If you are looking for a fine IN- family or. many visiting rel 40 ACRES 0755 equipp. S per month o a m. 6-3
residence and other build- many extra features plus large COME PROPERTY call us to Home atives. Unique in constructionwith Uncleared land. South of Newberry. 1 BEDROOM completely furnis Ph. 376 days NEWLY painted inside. Living

Ings. 335 feet lake frontage. 10*. Desirable terms Durant see this 3 bedroom home with a beautiful view from each $100 per acre. Terms. S. E. ed, upstairs or 37ft-7 evenings. room and dining room com
S2LSO0.EXCELLENT Estates. 561 N.W. 58th St. Call an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both 4 bedroom 2V4 baths. centrally" floor to ceiling win I d 0 w. The Sapp. Realtor. Newbrr Flor- shopping center. See at 612 N.W. bined. 2 bedroom, bath, kitchen,
selection of lovely 2-0954. completely furnished and only heated. beautiful interior. WithIn HOUSE is vacant. ready for you Ida. Phone 472.20. 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 TWO bedroom duplex I kitchen shady yard. $55 month. Inquire

lots: Over an acre in restricted $13,300. Apt. is rented for $70.00 walking distance of West- to move right in. And we are per mo. equipped. $85 per month. 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR
good for split level house FOR sale or trade. Furnished or month.REDUCED wood and Littlewood Schoo I s. the only office with a key. Call 9 ACRES 9 miles West on New- See at 4166 NW 6th St.
S7.500In Westwood Little- unfurnished. 2 bedroom CCB. per Contact Fordyce & Associates. 3725393.A berry Road with paved frontage. 2 BEDROOM trailer for rent. 2 BEDROOM large living room 670

wood area all Improvements. Tile bath, hardwood floors Beautiful lot In Inc., 376-1236. $600 down and $50. Mo. Ph FR 6- Water and garbage service fur kitchen Couple pre FOR RENT OR SALE. 3 Br,2.

$4,500 Small acreage closein port, front porch. N.W. Black Acres near UniversityGolf good address and lust what 2472 Warner W. Weseman nished. Phone FR 6039. ferred. equipp. or pets bath, Ig. living room, separate
tion. Near school and car-I you've been wanting. A three Realtor. 1113 N. Main St. dining room. Ig kitchen, lots of
$9.900: many others In all Course now only 3200. DeluxeIs 2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. 1919 Phone FR 24837.UNFURNISHED .
Will consider late ref. & stove, patio,
areas.J. center. bedroom, two bath home lust BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre NW. 36th Ave. $52 month. Call cabinets
large boat in descriptive of this 3 bedroom West duplex. 3 bedrooms rm. plenty closets,
W. KIRKPATRICKRealtor car or truly of the University. Beautiful estates. Choice of wooded or FR 2-4224. hard
Phone 3723039. JOHN MERRILL 2 bath home. Beautiful built-in kitchen cool air-con- permanent pasture. 7 miles westof living room kitchen wood floors, cent heat Ig. ,

Member Multiple Listing kitchen and family room. Situ- ditioning plus a fireplace for Gainesville. AIR-CONDIIONED. 1 bedroom, bath Freshly redecorated. Ig. oak trees. fence back yard
3 BR., 1 bath. CCB home. Stove. $600 per
REALTORMULTIPLE acre downtown. Good location in nice
ated attractive lot theN too cool modern fur
31 N. Main Phone FR 2-(404 refrigerator air conditioner. on an evenings. Lovely large be the first to make your choice fro neighborh.
ASSOCIATES LISTING .W. section. Contact Fordyce lot big enough for your swim Call niture. Located corner 20th children. $75 month. Close to Sh .
United Farm
Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. or see o
Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. & Associates Inc.. 376-1236. ming pool. Call us at 3725393 St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $ Call FR 23419 until 5. FR 2.26 $125. now. Sacrifice.
Floye 3721194ASSOCIATES mont
10th Terr, then call 376-5890. PHONE Agency 3722934.Fordyce
W. Reece. Capt.. USN. Ret. to see it.GLADYS.- Call FR 21714. after 5. Saturday and Owner moved to LA. S25
down, Bal.t pct See .
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT MARCELLA PARDIW. Acreage ONE BEDROOM furnished Including TWO bedroom apt. available immediately -
BEDROOM 1 bath CCB homeIn "FORDYCEAssociates Christie. 1110 N.E. 5th Place aft-
, H. BUCKHANNAN SMITH Realtor curtains and blinds. All lower level of duplex er Sun.
FRED Melton Manor (Kincaid I Associates: utilities furnished except elec ; stove and refrig., siuate
Road). Small payments. Phone Inc. Ben Griffin Anna HInson Approximately 100 acres of beau tricity. Nice location. $60 month. about 3 blks. off .

FR 22940 Sundays; week days 'Redf ranks Caroline Noyes Florence Burns tiful pasture land, $16500 an FR 2-3974, 424 N.E. 6th St. NW 4th Ave. sao per. m Phone 49 Rooms for Rent
after 4:30 p.m. Real Estate Exchangers Multiple Listing MemberNO acre. Fenced and cross fenced. FR 6-5871.
Multiple Listing Realtors EFFICIENCY apartment private
ARNOLD 2 BR CCB 3130 N.W. 10th St. Grace Land In bath and entrance. clean. 1 BR duplex, kitch equip. Newly
S. Fordyce, Broker DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR. 3 and near Gainesville easily Very ATTRACTIVE
Stove, refig., auto. washer air RealestateWANT room with private
Adults. 70b E. Untv. Ave. redecorated. $50 month. Couples
cond. Included. Total $8500. lowdown Dudley Goulden, Associate bath. Central heat, central air accessible and attractively entrance. In quiet modern
only. 21 NE 13th St.. FR 2-0374. h.
Harvey Benton Associate cond. Northwest. 19000. Call priced. 2 acre tracts.
$65 per mo. Drive by or 1962 10 x 50' Trailer for rent, with Kitchen Privileges Idel for
REALTORLittlewood call 376-1936 after 5 P.M. A BARGAIN? Owner Is 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 376-2927. TV. Call 376716COMFORTABLE UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom du __F student. FR o
Nearly 500 acres, $22500 an acre.
plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50
BARGAIN! Only $300 Down NoQualifyIng moving from Gainesvil I e 3 Bedrooms 1tt bath built In kit 3 BEDROOM full tile bath. hard Good close in NW section. and private trail month. FR 22372. per PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk.
3 BR. 2 Bath, Central wants quick sale. 3 bed- chen on a well shaded lot. Minimum wood floors. S. E. Section, low er. Responsible students or from campus $35 a 1104

heat and central 1 air conditioning -I room 2 bath with FAMI- down payment. FHA. low down payment low monthly 3 lots, 75 x 141 in NW section Ing adults. No pets, or children. PARTLY furnishe garage apart S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-C989.

built in kitchen. Lot 100x LV ROOM. screened monthly payments. This home payments. Call 6-0203 for low price of $800 each. let Phone FR 2-983. mete 9th St. Phone
CENTRAL HEAT. NICE room, private entrance and
porch, has strip hardwood floors. For
and in yard. I tell about these and
Westwood Schools ito trees roses over 1600 sq. ft. of LIVING Information call THE JAMESCO. $42,50 per month, no down pay- us you REDWOOD apartments. 4401 SW 6-3. bath, screened porch o side,
Needs some painting. $10133mo. screened ment if you have a good credit many other lots now available. 13th St. New 1 bedroom $40 month. Also
SPACE plus Apt. now one
of Homes"house OF GAINESVILLE, I INC
This I960 "Parade over- with homestead exemption. porch on nicely i land- Builders of Kingsbury Homes. record, 2 BR home dead end available for information call 47 Houses for Rent Fun ,. 845 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 13.
has a family room 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2-9545 -
street 2222 SE 10th Avenue.
looking an enclosed patio. central scaped lot Phone 3722527 Nights 3727401. Fordyce 62. NICE downstairs rooms, close -
days. 6-9048 nights. convenient to schools Phone 24692.SEEING ON LAKE GENEVA 2 broom,
air conditioning. 3 bedroomsand 1 Bedroom duplex, lights and large Florida room. in, private entrance off'street
2 baths for only $22,000. EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned & University. Can be IS BELIEVING Associates, Inc. water furnished. Couples only. year. Manor. C a parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph FR
Ask to see this new listing In 3 BR home Paneled Family bought FHA or for a REALBARGAIN PARRISHPRESENTS 1918 N.W. 11th Road 3 BR with 926 W. Univ. 376-1236 No children or pets. Call FR GR Mathewso I 22582
this desirable area. Room adjoining living dining make an otter paneled Den which may be usedas 6-5824. 52530
area for extra spaciousness on equity & assume pres- 4 BR. Dining room. Living 3 BR, living rm.. dining rm, $90 NICELY furnished room. Maid
electric range and dishwasher. ent financing. Asking $15- room adjoining Florida room, 2 43 Colored Property 42 AIR conditioned trailer, water per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer service. Parking space. Reason
Family Size HomeWith Assume 4'per cent Gl mort- 500. Call 6-0817. full tiled baths, patio electric & garbage furnished. Student male students. McKinney Green. able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone

apartment size payments. gage. Will consider financing Kitchen with built-in dishwasher couples only. Near Univ. $75. Inc. FR 2.3617.BACHELOR FR 6-7423.

location. 3 bedrooms. balance. See this unusual buy TER, CHARM & FLAIR oven and range utility and storage 372-5182 102 NW 13th
Northwest sunken living HOMES FOR SALE Beach House, 24 St. Men -Women,
2 baths and family room. $17.- at 2213 NE 7th Ter. I -ElOQuent room with fireplace large JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and en- HW floors. Central h eat, 2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & 1 BR turn apt., Ig. living rm., miles out of Gainesville, Expensive rooms and apts. near ,amps,

600. Payments of $107 per month LOVELY home on Ig. beautifully I dining area, modern builtin loy life and your family in this and air-conditioning. Convenientto SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay kitchen bath. private entrance. b worth it. Phone GR day, week month. FR 623 o
Include taxes and insurance. Immediate landscaped lot In Idylwild. 3.I kitchen, 3 large bed- 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Large Finley and GHS. FR 2-1053 ment. Some small down pay- 111 NW 21st St. FR 6-741 or 5-253 FR .
occupancy. BR 2 bath Fla. Rm. Rooms for inspection. ment. Monthly payment $57 to after 6, FR
& lar e living room. wall to wall carpet
2 g
2 BR
rooms 612 nice lot, $90 per ROOM and board for girls. Use
& A-C Ex. $65. Also homes built fence.
spacious. Cent. heat Central heat and brick fireplace. Separate din 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath. Florida o your
Florida room. .1 BR
CLEAN 2 BR. upstairs apartment mo. near $75 per of washing machine. Call FR
cellent for entertainment & well Room lot for no down payment.Call cmps. .
TwoStoryFireplace. & AIRCONDITIONING for ing room Florida built- room 2 car carport. Lot 100 x mo. Frank Roby 62937or
situated for children on dead TOMMY RIDGELL near $90 per mo. 6083.
in Camps
summer months ahead. kitchen, plus a lovely screened 175. NW location. Near elemen- 2-4351.
3 bedrooms 2 baths end street. Near new school. Situated on % ACRE wooded patio. on a large beautiful tary school. Phone FR 6-3669. Builder Phone FR 2- 125 Phone 2.3. PRIVATE bath entrance and

hardwood floors a study. all sit- Lg. hobby. utility rm. 2 car lot In exclusive area. wooded lot. VERY NICE, 2 bedroom furnished FOR RENT: 2 BR house. fur parking Nicely furnished. New
uated on a beautiful larpe land- carport. Ample closet space. 1 3 BEDROOM. CCB house in N.E. nished. 20 SE 48th St. Call GR
Only 24500 with terms to 44 Cottages for Rent apartment. Suitable for 3 students refrigerator. 1516 N.E. 7th St.
scaped and wooded lot. $700 cedar lined. Call owner FR 6- suit FHA or conventional ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE section stove and refrig., many or couple. FR 6-2721 or 5-5743 after 5:30 p.m.
down to qualified FHA buyer 4232. oak trees low down paymentand TWO Single Businessmen wish to
3 bedroom 2 bath
Call 6-0817. Lovely home 495-3212.
financing. low ONE 3 BR. house furnished $60
to this monthly payment.
family In share 3 with single I
moves your LIKE NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath Lg with wall to wall carpet and an Water included. Call b h
comfortable "a r 1st ocrat" of FR 26002.A 2 Bedroom furnished cottage AVAILABLE now across from per mo. F 'til S p.rn.
Incl. old brick fireplace in Ii v i n man 6
& $66 mo. g
LR., with fireplace, D.R.. builtin $? OOWN per choice apart- 485-2362 Brooker Fla. 6 FR .
homes. kitchen enclosed patio. 2 taxes & Ins. buys 3 bed- room. Florida room built in two bedroom frame house In no pets. FR 2-5633. I Camps. efficienc 673.AIRCONDITIONED
kitchen central heat and beautiful 2 comfortable 2 BR. A-C unit. 210 NW 33rd Ave.
carport central aircond.and room home In excellent central country surroundings. room for
air conditioning screened 10 miles west of G'ville off 1 BR cottage all corner room for quietgenteman $100 Call McKinney Green
Lakefront BeautyPriced heating. Near schools. condition. Call 6-0817. FURNISHED shower Apply 321 S. W. 13th month rent state Inspected, private
good ventilation
Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13th porch and a lovely fenced In Newberry Road. Will discuss Inc. 2-361. entrance. linens and utilities
at only 25000. This 4 bed- Ave. Tel. 2-6795. Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor back yard with pool and shuffle reasonable offer. Call 372-4615. located on Santa Fe kitchenette, $12.50
room. 2 bath residence Is on a Myrtle Lassiter AssociateWm. board court. Under 30000. Lake. Phone FR 2-s or FR 2- DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. furnish, only. Phone 372-
beautiful Lake Santa Fe lot and BY OWNER 2 BR. 1 Bath house E. "Bill" Harris. Associate LITTLEWOOD AREA 8169. for cooking & heating. Cold 1565.

Is right In Melrose. Non-finer I with built In kitchen in High- 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 TEMPTING BUY Four bed 4 BR 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living SMALL furnished cottage and water furn. Private front & back
and non-nearer to Gainesville.Live land Court Manor nice land- area. central heat, built-in kit. NICE single room in pri. home,
bath home in
' Res 376-29J7 or 3727943 room 2 Mason trailer for rent. Suitable for entrance. Phone FR 24400. 1806 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E.
at the lake and relaxl scaped lot. low payments and MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Manor walking distance to Lit- 1 blk. from Westwood Jr. High working couple. Moore's Trail; NE 18th Place. 2nd Place Corner 21st St. House prl. bath, telephone, garage
equity. FHA loan. Call 376-1566. tlewood and Westwood. Large 2 blks. from Littlewood elem. er Court 2330 E. Univ. Call FR 6-4230. util. furn. $3750 per month. Men
living room ideal for family liv- school. Ideal for Ig. family or 2 BR furnished apt., living rm. only and sober. Call
BR house house. 2174.LADIES
OWNER transferred. 3 BY OWNER 2 BR. 2 story 376-816. kitchen. private
dining rm.
Ing. Lovely fenced in back yard. family and elderly persons. I ROOM. 2 bath very clean &
ARNOLDREALTY VA financed. 2 yrs. old. $400 lot 50 x ISO'. Reasonably priced. bath. Adults anly. Married or gentlemen, 2 rooms.
cash. Take up payment of $82 See at 719 NE 2nd Ave. Phone Central heat and central air con- Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 45 Furnished Apts. couple or 2 or 3 sober male nicely furnished home at 10 NE Excellent neighborood. private
3rd St. $150 month. 376-
ditioning. Loads of privacy on N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893. per
COMPANY per mo. Ph. 3723263. 3766755. students. No pets. $100 per entrances, Phone
this nice quiet street. 0002 or contract H. G. Bellinger, S each .
Multiple Listing Member BARGAIN EFFICIENCY, modern. $75 per month. Apr. 20 through August. Starke. 7498.
4 Rm. house 2 blks. from Spring FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 Bedroom 37 Real Estate ExchangedSELL Can be at 414 NE 2nd St.
3723522 seen
1219 W. Univ. Ave. CCB retirement home 'ME TO BUY IS NOW And month. 212 SE 7th St. Call Me- MEN STUDENTS
Inside ,
Pete Sieg Hill High. Outside complete. Ph. FR 6-7212. FOR RENT completely furnished
Inc. FR 23617.
F. W. Hodge partially complete. Lot SOx- Shaded 100 x 100' lot. 6 block' we have lust the house for a Kinney-Greene 3 BR home fenced back yard comfortable rooms Doublesand
Jane Sheppard Bob Kalkman 100. $2.200 cash. Call KeystoneHeights from Stephen Foster Elementar' young executive with a growing or trade for farm land In FURNISHED Apartment for rent 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. air conditioned, near schools & singles $2250 and $ .5
Jim Jimmy Greene 473-4135. School. Call 376-8094 after 6 p.m family. Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 Alachua County. 3 Bedroom. spa- with living Rm.. bedroom, tile 1-1 BR apt 2-2 BR apts. 503 shopping. FR 6-0636. monthly. Phone 2.92
Charlie Mayo
bath home in Anglewood lovely house. NE 4th .
cious Quiet neighborhood.Close air bath LARGE room accessto
living room dining room to University. FR 2-0992. FR 2-959. MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air FORDYCE RENTALS cean. refrigerator. Linens
family room and built In kit- Call our to find the
chen. Ideal for family and en- 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & conditioned Phone A E. Harp agency wish. & maid service weekly. FR 2-
38 Real Estate Wanted FR 6-5576. hous you Many NE 2nd Ave.
SERVICES tertaining. Central heat and central clean. For married couples on apartments .lste 1185 or 21981. 416

air conditioning, end one ly. Adults, no pets. Rent rea- 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apart-

you must see. Shown by appoint- WANT TO BUY sonable. Call 376-7. ments. some air conditioned. FORDYCEASIATE. 54 Business ReMiSs

ment only. BEAUTIFUULY furnished, air Summer rates near University INC

2 or 3 bedroom home with conditioned, 1 bedroom apt. and Medical Center. 916 S W. 924 GARAGE tot rent 613 S.W.
GOOD BUY Owner leaving family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Across street from Norman Hall. 7th Ave. Phone FR 63 FR 36-12 2nd St. space Call Merrill, Real

And BusinessAppliance town and must sell. 4 bedroom, must be equipped. Central Very large rooms. 2 closets Inbedroom. 6-26. 2 BR Kit. equipped, 1206 N.E. tor. FR 2.1494AIR Jo

Home 2 bath home living room family heat preferred. Must be priced Immaculate condition. 1 BR furnished. per mo. 2 9th Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKln-
room, built-in kitchen and right with reasonable down pay Permanent tenants desired. No BR furnished. S per mo. 722 ney Green, Inc. FR 23617. CONDITIONED
screened porch. Central heat and ment. Write to Box 365-A, children or Rent $90 month. S NEARLY new modern office o
pts. NE 3rd Ave. 376-1963 after 3 BR house at 1311 NE Uth Terr.
central Pricedto location at West Univ. .
air conditioning.
Gainesville Sun. Apply 1127 5th Ave. or 3
PAINTING Stove & refrigerator. $115
BulldozingSMALL sell.J. call FR Ph. FR Wesa Realty
2-616 apt.. private entrance mo. Ph FR 6-27 We'eman 1113 N. Main .
39 Out of Town Property BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. 1st floor. .
J. FINLEY We have two 4 bath. Lights A hot water -
bulldozer. loader. dump WANTED: Painting. Free es- excellent buys in 3 bedroom Prefer married couple and ideal I furnished. Summer student FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom N.W. 13th St. Building to be con

trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top timates. No job too small. homes within walking distanceto STARKE: 11 room. 3 bath homeon for students. Near Stephen Fos- ,I preferred. Ph. FR 6-582. 2 bath. central heat, built-in structed. Space dentist lawyer available, pharmacy for
soil. Phone 3727846. Finley. Both are available for ter. Phone 372-6011. stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 physician
Work guaranteed. Phone large lot in choice neighbor- FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished p.rn. beauty shop and barbershop
Immediate occupancy and both hood. Close to bank church FURN. Trailer in N.W. section. apartment. Clean and cool. $60 Call
FR 2-5630. 716 S. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom Interested
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe are excellent buys and pricesare post office schools & market. nice 2 BR on large wooded lot. month. Water furnished. Call home, CCB. Hardwood floors I 36-181.
tractors. motor unbeatable. Ideal for home & office. apts.. $70 mo. call 3723488 or 376-
wheel per Ronnie FR 2-4761 or Walk In pantry attic fan, vene-
W. G. nursing home etc. 4360. Hayad 56 Business Opporunitie.
grader. Free estimates. Plumbing beauty shop. FR tian blinds. Separate dining
MELTON MANOR Under .- 613.
FR 6-4219. $22,000 trade for Gainesville
(Buck) Johnson 000 new 3 bedroom homes built property.or Write Box 277, Starke, Very clean, nicely furnished 1 b 2 ROM one bath, garage apart- room. Tile bath an utility room. LANE BOWLING ALLEY W.
room apartment. Tile Available now. 12
under FHA specifications and Fla. bat S quie neighborhood 2-
Ave. for lease.
733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR Univ.
available to qualified buyers suitable for or Opn
Concrete SEWER INSTALLEDNEW co UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house,
with FHA financing. No closing HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone FR 2-9569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. ple. Call FR pr. ity for the right man
$70 Unfurnished 2 bedroom
& used fixtures. complete the bowling alley business
Heights Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths 1 mth. wit
costs and taxes.
no city $45
plumbing service "BIG" JIM acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat Freshly painted apartment. 2 BR trailer 8 x 45' swimming hous $60 mt Furnis a small amount capital.
CONCRETE finishing. Walks, HUGULEY, Gainesville Plumbing $18,000 will sell for 14990. month See 1 S.W. 3rd Ave. pool. Call 3721367 evenings. ed duplex apt FR 6-2641 or FR o 623 Ask for

drives patios slabs and shuffleboard FR 21589 Call 376-1168 Gainesville, after 5 After 6 Bedroom, living room, kitchen 6-74. Mr. Haynes.

etc., expertly done. EstI- M..M. p.m. FOR RENT 2 & 3 room apts. furnished Modern. $75 per month. 212 SE 3 BR. 1 bath scr. porch. elec. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs

mates. Call 3723884anytime.. RemodelingNEED WILLISTON or unfurnished. Also efficiency 7th St. Call Mc-Kinney Green. range. S30 N.E. 9th St. $95 mo, now taking applications for
cottages Rent $40 per Inc. FR 23617. available May Ith Call McKinney -
3 bedroom CBS home in 3 acres service stations now under coos'uction -

EXTINGUISHERS A NEW Florida room. carSport H ParrishAND i on hi!:*>way ner town. bu'lt b'/ mos Ph. 5912211 Mclntosh. TWO bedroom furnished apt. Green. Inc. FR 23617. in Alachua County.

FIRE patio. screened-in porch. I owner for home. Beautiful trees. NEW. modern 1 BR air-condi- near Univ. & Alachua General 3 BR home for rent. $100 Please call Mr. Pope at FR

etc.? Call now and get It done ASSOCIATES INC. $16,500. tioned apartment nex to Holiday -: Hospital. Ph. FR 6-795. Gaines- month. Must lease for 6 p. 2-5333 for application and ap

for the summer months. Call MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Inn adults no pets vie or write R. T. P. O. 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372- pointment. Paid 'rlnln end
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER Other nice homes. farms. acre- $90 water turn. Call Stroud start.
per guaranteed
CO. 372-80-49 after S P.M. for fret i H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham m 365, St. 3263.
Sales and ServiceAll estimates. Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish age. 3723488 or 376-43. --

19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 1 BR, 1226'A NW 8th St., $65 per W<
of Fire ExtinguishersPick
up and delivery serviceC. Upholstery Phone 528-2221 or 528-2772 mo. Call Mc Kiny-re Inc. 1

R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 Williston Fla. FR 23617.ONE r

Gainesville Fla. M -1 BR furn. apt, with privateent.
UPHOLSTER your furniture al COLORADO? Can make excep- l
Also a 2 BR apt with air
reasonable prices. Call Sally, tional offer on our 4 BR, 2 fire-
Repair fir Mortgage Broker Experienced. FR 6-9888. place brick house in Denver i town.conditioner.Call FR Walking dist. to i ,

Air Conditioning SUBURBANSuburban 21 mln. from downtown. U. of 254FURNISHED BetteriHurryll
SewingAlterationsALTERATION Colo. Exchange equity for acreage Apt. for rent $per
FHA and conventional at lowest living C.B. 3 Br.. 3 acres Gainesville area. Col. RisIng mo. Water and lights Call

current rates. Terms to 25 land. 12600.00, call Mary Moel- Melrose. 475-5170 after 6 FR 2.18 or FR 23794.
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP years. Will gladly discuss at no on women'!; lerCONTEMPORARY _pm
and Appliance clothing also buttonholes, i&iBR, 1 blk from ,
First In air conditioning obligation. Call tomorrow.J. camps 'fA
repairs. We sell guaran- W. KIRKPATRICK Realtor belts. & dressmaking. Call air cond. optional $76 -
40 Business Properties
teed washers. refrigerators, etc. 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 377-8891 mo. Call McKinney Green, Inc.

FR 60267.Appraisal. Anglewood. SW corner lot, 3 Br. 3723617.
FRED B. ARNOLD Sewing Machine Repain 2 bath C.B. Dbl garage Fla. FIRT TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. 2 BR. furnished apartment. No : I

Service REALTOR room cent heat, 2.000 sq ft livIng i BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL, pets. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR 41Homes


VICE CO. 815 W. University call Mary MealIerINVESTMENT COMPLETELY FUR NICELY furnished convenient
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Ave. 376-1075. We repair all NISHED 5 ACRES LANDSCAPED area. $75. Also garage j

FRED REALTOR B. ARNOLD MORTGAGE MONEY Makes. Work fully guaranteed LIKE A PARK. THESE dto. coditione $ts. Adults

APPRAISAL S1* per cent interest. Terms to UNITS'ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND only no Inuire Lillian's
REAL ESTATE 25 years. Tires Alignment Income prop near U.of F. campus CLEAN. COMPLETELY Music Store.PRIVATE .

1219 W. UNIV.SERVICE AVE. PH. 3723522 BUY BUILD REFINANCECall Broke Service small for shops sale or will lease.build suitable to suit for TIONING EQUIPPED AND WITH HEAT.AIR-CONDI-GOOD newly painted. Closein l us.i Left ii L

3 rooms and bath. Hot and I
Dan Byrd tenants. Investigate this offer. WELLS. REAL COUNTRY LIVING c
Off ;
furnished. street
Auto Equipment (25 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 22511 VACATION SPECIALON Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. RESTFUL, QUIET AND parking.cold water' No pets. 15 SW. 2nd

famous nationally known Mohawk COMFORTABLE. D A N ISO N
Smith Realtor. FHA Place.
GLADYS loans. Low tires . Save up ti; RANCH MOTEL LOCATED 2
rebuilt & and conventional 50% on new tires. See our new MILES EAST OF WILLISTONON CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto ,
HYDRAULIC JACKS kits for rates. Terms to 25 Years. 1228 wrap around retread that give Appr. 300 x 300' comprising 2-3 HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATE shopping 6 N.E. 6th St. ... in Pine Forestall ,
Repair Ave. 3723393.FORDYCE
exchanged Univ.
authorized W. more mileage & traction. Lett Br. 1 bath. homes at 721 & 804 SALE $45X100. GEORGE D. Phone FR $65 per month.
Walker Jacks. Factory
and Associates Inc. Tire Co. 623 N. Main St NW. 16 Ave. Drive past & call DANISON OWNER. ADDRESS.
Hydraulic Jack mer and neat near
Walker CLEAN campus
Service Agent. HULL'S BRAKE Conventional and F.H.A. I loans. Mary Moeller 126 3RD AVE. N.E.. ST. PETERSBURG and shopping, one bedroom; pre 1 fateU teUvng community ,j

Main SERVICE FR &2-1497 SUPPLY 1314 S. Call Realtor 376-1236.Fordyce_ Grace& Associates.Fordyce. WINDOW CLEANING 2576. FLA. PHONE 896- fer married tenants. Call any I PI

Inc., 926 West University Ave MARY tim FOSSEY Realtor
WINDOWS cleaned. floors cleanec FOR SALE BY OWNER Ralph : y:9saA1inded
nue. and waxed houses washed. II Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. 11 W. University Ave. Ph 37ft-I3 m

Auto Glass yrs. experience. Free estimates of Starke 343 ft. cor. next &. "Selling Florida 19"_

Phone FR M9SS. : MOELLER south of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM 1- Pfae cvte4e I
Painting, road. Ben Suslow, P. 0 Box DUPLEX APARTMENT HUGH EDWARDS

AUTO GLASS Is our only busi Yard Work 1003 Starke. Nicest in to G lti l ,

ness. Immediate Installation FOR RENT $100 per month. 2- on bus oly. N.E.16thAve.ot15thSt. -
Add SPRING House Cleaning Houses REALTOR -
free pickup & delivery. pets.
interior and exterior CHARLES WORSHAM specializing 50" & freshly painted ,
beauty & value to your car. painted I o. from Court House. Ill $60 Month -
GLASS CO. good workmanship. reasonably In lawn mowing. edging S 816 NE 8th Ave. _
Apply :
Univ. FR 6-4471 Main St. FR _
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I I r 66 Misc. For Sale 70 Boats-Marine Equip.
STAINLESS Hotpoint range. top FOR SALE acetylene welder & I
NEW and used chain .
I & oven built-in type no cabinets cutting outfit complete. $50. saws CAMPING Trailer camping equipment
THE TIME IS I $7 815 per W.month.Univ. Balance $68. excellent cond. $75. Also Phone 462-1871 or 462-1579 any. edgers pampers light radial arm saw. Fishing REEL type power lawn mower U' Daysaller.. Sloop rigged. Dacron *
NOW Ave. FR 6-1075 would like to trade 16 h.p. _time. plants cable. Wisconsin. Briggs !' boat and motor. Several miscellaneous $20. extra large attic fan or ex. sails stainless steel hard
BEAUTIFUL. Mercury outboard motor for 10 & Stratton. new and used -mo pieces of furniture. haust fan w-louvre $75 W nylon ware. Epoxy finish and trailer.
sailfish. 6'2"'.colorful AI mounted h.p. Johnson. Call 372-1924. AC. HD. 19 Bulldozer 1951 Ford tors. Rental sales and service. Utility trailer see John Teter, I rope, large tool chest $4, Excellent Condition. $900. 12
By Pfleguer pickup; 36 ft. cattle trailer Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE Alachua<< Evenings Afternoons large trunk $4. Call 3727506. Nipper with cotton Mainsail.
MiamI. Fla. Only $145. The Tackle REPOSSESSED SEWING MACHINE milk cow; elec. lawn mower; 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411. Saturdays and Sundays. 'I : Needs work 1150;. Phone FR
Box. 1490 Hawthorne
Rd. White AUTOMATIC. Zig-Zag White tractor; 2 BR mobile
Do You Have A Room Apartment 1964 model with 20 discs. Makes home; acreage if desired will FOR SALE GENERAL ELECTRIC TR-3 Sports car I960 $995; Sherwood FOR desk.SALE Antique roll .top 21145.
Approx. $75. Can be
CLOSE OUT SALEOn over 60 different designs. Does rent or trade. Phone 462-1754. range good condition. Best elec. guitar & amplifier
Wallpaper. 98c a Roll everything makes buttonholes offer. Call 462-1780. $30, Underwood typewriter & seen at 1310 S. Main, or call 14* Span- merlcan Boat and 80tt
14 Or House to Rent? HARPER PAINT CO. blind hems sews. on buttons. 2 DOUBLE bed, BEDS. $10 each. 1 single stand $20; Hammerlund HQ 170 6-8866. .Mercury and Trailer. Small
$8. See at 1011 N.E. FOR Sale Westinghouse Refriger. take .
Retails equity and over payments.Call
10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4364: $300. Balance: due $145. 20th Place.HOUSEHOLD. C. like new $190; Collins TCS-
ator. Frost-Free good conditon Boats-Marine after S FR 1-0379 3937
Take up payments $10 month. 8 $25. Phone 3762754. 70 E4uip. p.m.
NOW you can enloy cooking with Like brand new. Can FR 2.2051. FURNISHINGS. $50. Phone 372.2888.REFRIGERATOR BUILD S.W. 37th St. Mr. Lynn..
your own trailer. Complete
REMEMBER-A gas FREE Gas range used installed FOR SALE Hi-FI equipment, $250. FR Shown 28889.FORMALS by. appointment.. Phone Freezer Hammerblow axle unit with 16 ft FABULAS Commander Mark ONE 1* NEWSOME fishing boat
rental vacancy COSTS with our LP gas. $65 conditioner $60. combination. 21 cubic Ft. 12 springs wheels and tires. $40. 75 Mercury engine elc. starter With 1957 Johnson elec. starting
complete. Propane LP
SW Archer Road. Phone FR.Gas _ Call 6-6819. very lovely; other Refrigerator. 11' Freezer. 4-years See John Teter, Alachua evenings running light heavy duty trailer. motor and heavy duty trailer
YOU 511. WELL attractive dresses and skirts. old. Top condition. $190. FR 2- afternoons Saturda y s S950. 2215 NE 15th Terr. FR 2- with 2 new tires $500. Call FR
MORE than the ad that will rentit of kept regular carpets Blue show Lustre the spot results Call FR 2-0328 115 SW 10th St. 7991. and Sundays. 5538 after I p.rn. 2-4568.

ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna cleaning. Rent electric sham- Ir' -
Double stack complete. NothIng pooer $1. McDantell Furniture Co.
else to buy $15. Brants.
I Shopping Center.
513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
CLEAN your rugs & upholstery
DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY I with amazing Lustre F 0 a m. I
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Chairs low as $8. No money Use our applicator free Call.
down, low as $S per month. Home Beautiful Furniture 1703 See It
Free estimates pickup and delivery N. Main St. ,
t EVERY DAY until it is rented : teed. Phone service.3767786.All work guaran- GE electric stove 30" oven. $45. TodayIn

GE refrigerator 13'. $100. Other
NO..3 DETECT RON. model 44. household items like new. Phone

t IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS:: complete at 1728 N.price W.$40.1st Can Ave.be or seen call Interlachen 6845716.BATHINETTE .

f 2-0747 between 5:00 & 6:00 P.M. like new. $15. 1
f $40 per mo. ,. . $1.33 day yr. size crib $5. R. C. Ander-
per HI-FI Set Rondme Rek-O-Kut son 1773 N.E. 21st Way or Palm View Estates
turn table. Pilot amplifier. Hart. call 67787.CLEANING .
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day ley and Acoustic Research out Garage metal I

e $55 per mo. '. . $1.83 per day speakers.5:00. afternoon Call between FR 2-S6J8.1:00 Sunday and- wardrobe.more ,very baby vanity cheap.buggy dresser 11 canvas SW ,24th tarpaulin &. THE G A LAX IE By Butler Bros., Builders .

RCA Whirlpool electric stove St.THE.
j $60'per mo. . $2.00 per day Used about IV'j years. $75. Phone
FR 68535. BEST costs less. Every pot
you own Is automatic with Fuil- So Luxurious So
\ $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day TRADE your costly to operate gas. Burner with a brain. Your ExcitingThere
ELECTRIC water heater and Phllga Distributor 6-5392.

3 $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day $48 for a new glasslined GAS DEEP well pump complete with
water water at heater.about half Much the more cost with hot 40 gal. tank pressure gauge is no substitute a truly fine home in a good Northwest location. Shop for the

I $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day ARCHER OUR LP ROAD.GAS.FR PROPANE.65110. ing elec.pipe.shut-off Call valve 372-0695.&, connect- neighborhood first. Generally speaking, most people find themselves more content

I $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day FOR Ave.Phone SALE 376-2185 formats 2036 size NW 9 to 9th 11. tress.46 x 70 New.box SACRIFICE Must springs make and room mat.for owning a home in a neighborhood of comparable income levels. There is less pressureto

I $85 per mo. . $2.83 per day CLEAN amazing your rugs Lustre& upholsterywith i I DUNCAN stork's visit.PHYFE Phone sofa FR in 2--3U.ex- "keep up with the Joneses." You are likely to find your neighbors more similar in
f J .$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day Use Home our Beautiful applicator Furniture.free. Call 1703N. $30.cellent Phone Condition.372-4887.$50 924; 2 NW chairs 9th tastes and interests._

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day Main St. -Avenue.
STORE U. S. Hwy. 19t
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Crystal River Fla. -Only 1 hr. WATCH FOR
15 min., from Gainesville. Literally IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
MILES OF FABRICS. Selection, i
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR Quality, beautiful Price. Irregular and one bedspreads third be built In Gainesville.apartments For to
off. Information call FR 6-2921
Lovely carpet ends three
a. fourths off. First quality Cabin or write:
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS Crafts carpets and rugs. and P. O. Box 13956
Pepperell sheets. Throw rugs Gainesville. Fla.
$198 up. Tel. 795.3399.ONE 4
I t electric hedge trimmer for University Park e,
sale, excellent condition, price Apts. rJ tr
$16 cash. Phone 2.1583after 0 .
6:00 P.M.'IliVE. t :
t.ft. S
56 Business OpportunitiesPAYING 64 Household Goods r lII1II1I1111I1IArIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfJ!

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Retail business In Gaines T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Norwoodf5
ville. Busy main Rd. Take over and Guaranteed !
only $950. Cash Includes fixtures
42 Refrigerators
& stock. Write Box 4U-A up Hope A ew
Gainesville Sun. 9 Ranges from $39 u pUp I g
17 Washers
from $19
of the best Service Stations 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up i
in town. Inventory, low lease. 10 2 TV Dishwashers Sets from from $49$35 up up gIllS NW 40th Drive We Trade Homesor 1

JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 5 3 Br. 2 Bath Prope a ,.. ,1'id
TREMENDOUS General Store rty1III1111lnlllllnmlllllllllllllllll1l1lllllllllllllU R x
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419 NW Ith Ave.Ph. 372 5303 C
lovely living quarters; Acres I We must sacrifice this I t .i:;: o t I ,
stock & Terms $35,000. MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL & KEL- 8Our inventory is too .,. < :

SHARP Location for the Profes VINATORS. New automatic much-We will take '.. .,.. .. ,, ,,,,.. :
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washers from '
$$131 : ...
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sional man HOME AND OF New Refrigerators from $15888. e $850 for our equity. The following art ready for I -:r ;=!qt..h; i .' :::-. "_,?. :..raKwr- 1'i', d*, .:: ,,,,,,;.,-.- '-- d" ,rT'f'tR _< ..... .., .
1, FICE-Furnlshed and Air condi New Freezers from $13995. a You assume $17,000 occupancy. & .,, 1E ,->< "x. >- _,. .. <,t.;; 'I"r :. ,,..)1., .x.,..,,,,,,< \1' ,_., -.;., >..' '. .,,."_,,,_, ,,,, .:..,.",.j
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$15,000. Easy terms. 5 tt
WE New SERVICE Icemaker refrlg.WHAT from WE $279 SELL 95. Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. 'is''tj: :: i...'',},:: -l.t y,<:"< ; ''RC. 't'y ;",724...:, ;1{QVM'' ?>..S wC 'r.'''<'' ;;;:,:,, '._:,. { -t'f'i;'1J #,.,' eF44 ';.(. ,x.-....:" ". '- ,A .,'..sy......" : .-i, ....h.
s Hurry to take >J. 'T.ttTt. .r.fi ?f & ',1. "- 1t !' ; .o< : 'k, ::;. '' .
advantage $ 'P ...' .. .. ; "1 ." .h :;.I' ...
Ample Parking.ARCH THE VARIETY STORE 4-BR 2 bath, $700 down. I ,s.r.11t "' ,, Cx : "" .,.. ....' ; 0..a:, 11 :' :' '- ; ,; ....' "'. ." :;< < ',' .
Phone CAMPBELL.3765707-ANYTIME REALTOR 7 S.E. 1st 6-3484.AvenueFR = of this. $107 mo. 81t1 """iit- 'j y["<> : -+. .;..'..".""", <.n.Nn.= .i;.....,'t"t...."""' .)1 l,,':_<'''::'>. Kx,w.ri"_,..._,..il< w'/"",,l;.,.':-'<>.""...,.fu:....., ,r >"e.JI".o: ";":""",'.,," '_.... s ") 11". ,'.....-,,:

1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th I
1 PART OR FULL TIME FORMICA kitchen table with four
Men or women-No age limit. chairs. Hollywood single bed, 5 3 Br. 2 Bath 3 BR I'/j bath $400 down. II!
Business opportunity of a life 4 ft. Oak study table Danish! Our Loss Your Gain 198 per mo. II THE GALAXIE
time. Pleasant. easy work-No Modern walnut couch with attached Our -
selling. Florida com any han end table chest with 6 inventory must 3330 & 3320 i
.. dUng General Foods Products ex drawers* walnut buffet Dunel be lowered We will'I NW 30th Ave. FHA $19,000
elusively needs representativesto girl's bicycle. See at 4105 NW. take $850 for our equity. ,
3 BR 1 bath. $550 dn. $7959
spend a few hours each 13th Ave. Sunday afternoon be- You
week delivering products on call tween 1:00 and 500. assume $13,600 per mo. $900 down $123 Total Monthly Payment
to business accounts. Person selected (Approx.) mortgage -
must be honest. abstain FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR 'I Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. I ..,
ers. courteous and well dressed SALE NEEDING WILL TRADE REPAIR F O tONE now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. All City Services ", ... '..
and have at least 2 references. 3 BR. 1
bath. $500 dn. $68
a car and SI 195 to Insure per.
I formance and cover cost. Minimum GASSED IN HOME $9. BUY = per mo. Walk to School
k assured income of S300 per FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS i FOR RENT I
month for part time and up to NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. 205 SE 38th St. 10:
SI.000 per month for full time 124 SE 7th St. Bath, $300 dn., $66 per mo.
personnel. Send name and phone 66 Miic .For Sale. 3 BR. 1 Bath
.t number to Box 414-A coo Gainer E 1 Year Lease $100 per MOo 303. SE 38th St. i
vlllf Sun 304 & 314 SE 39th St. DIRECTIONS Drive West 16th Ave. Turn Left at Model Home N.W. 39th
: on ; Sign on Terrace.
: REPOSSESSED Singer portableZig = ffifflfiffllltllffllUlllIIlIIIDMlllIIMllIlIUOlIIMNorwood! l / / 3 BR, 1 bath, $500 dn. $64
t sews forward and reverse ap
plique monogram, fancy stitches I / I
WANTED: water cooler must begood and etc. $6 per mo. Bat $36.
t priced reasonable and In 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075. g The following are under construction -
working condition. Call 372-8441, and will be ready 5

CASH ext. for 20. your$-5 weekdays.used furniture refrigerators EYES RIGHT! i ,Hope for occupancy soon. i Butler Bros. Builders

stoves TVs clothing "H" Inc.
etc. FR 23937. William's See real dream living In Shadow is 3236 NW 29tn Ave. a .
Service Center. Hawthorne Road. Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. We Trade Homesor 3 BR, 2 bath, $700 dn. $98per 5
D. Oliver Bldr. mo. 03 "Professional Homes for Professional
WANT to buy Midget Sprite or Ph. FR 24866 Property People"Palm
Spitfire 1961-43 low mileage. Call West en NW 39th Ave. past 3301 & 3311
64327. =
WANTED to buy IS to II ". the tion. See Glen sign Springs an left.intersec E IIHJAIRnR1ll1m11ll1l1l1lm11lll1llUlln1llllll1ftn11J NW 30th Ave. View Estates SALES OFFICE OPEN 12 'TIL DARK
Ski Boat with 40 to 7S hp mo ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 bath. $650 dn $91
tor. Call FR 2.1229 Days FR 5 OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mo.
59756 Nioht and Sundays. S SEEING ANYTIME IF I
r YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave. E .
62 Machinery & Tools 03 1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR. 2 bath, $600 dn. $86 PHONE : FR 2-9545 or NIGHTS f R 6-9048
Quality Homes 5 FR 6-5301 or FR 6-7989 per mo. I

y TWO A-4 Case combines with ;iJH IIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlI! uUlClll IIIIIIIInmIIlllDl! Il IJIBI ______________ ______ -- ---- -- --- -- _________o________ ________ __ ____ __ __ __
motors both for $500. Call or

write Box 217 Eugene B. Gainesville Haufler. Rt.FR 6-3- c7 .1 "."!s*'x"S!"tdc [< 7.. .' : ...''..-.--, +.....,.. ., ..,, at.I Iry ..,;
I 3336. N.W. 16th Ave. .> ,;; ; 1: '; ?; 't ,4r

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64 Household Good .. < .'..,. .. ... '; '.','.''1- ?to ,\1.,y' "'-;"
& 37th St. '. < '.' "" .. .. .: : ) : -=-' .,!\. hH'.
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RANGES USED APPLIANCES FROM S3U5- .. ..,<. ._"I''..".I ". ...., 0/'. ,. '. :".y". .ri.i..,:it'. I f' <." ..'..'/. -'It' ,,,,, ""'i"-,"'Jfl J. ,' ., ...<<..'.. .'l'...."i. The Millbrae and ALL
'It .,
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Refrigerators from 4995. TERMSWalter < p I : :j;:
TV from 3995. i(, : 'v. i <: .. :)
7 S.E. 1st 6-3484.AvenueF Stubbs Inc. --_ Highland Court Manor Homes

COFFEE table $12; modern tamp
sat Colonial lamp $4. upholstered
chair S11; all In excellent "We Trade Houses"NO

conditon.P.M. FR 2-0729 after 1:30 q Have QUALITY Features:

KNOTTY pine double bed with
bookcase headboard. and foam W. .
rubber mattress also single bed
with mattress good condition DOWN PAYMNT-VA

call 2-0568. NEW 3 BR. 2 BATH y I," j1p.[ Vn1'y11:. . r' .

E. C. "CURLY" MINIMUM 2000 SQ.DOWN FT.- FHA S Owens-Corning Fiberglass Insulation .

KUEHN, JR. I PAYMENTS Certified Aluminum Windows

Lots. Income. Business -
$9495 BUYS
Farms and and Acreage.E. Lake Property. t I NEW 3-BR HOME : Central Heating Optional Central Air Conditioning

i C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. ONLY $500 DOWN -

FR 'C-2032 638 N Broker, MAIN FR ST. .-as<* I Ii II I NO$66.96 CLOSING PER MONTH COSTS SEE IT TODAY "". Adequate Wiring for All Future Needs

i McCOY'S I IJ FLORIDA 5-BR,. 2-BATH.ROOM Modern Cathedral Beam Ceilings Your Choice of Floors ;

Macoma Homes, I CENTRAL AIR. CONDITIONING HEAT AND Model Home Open From 1 to 6 P.M. TV Wire Built-in Telephone Outlets in Master Bedrooms

J ON BEAUTIFUL and Kitchens Spacious Storage Areas

Inc.attractive 3- WOODED LOT 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths 1494 Sq. Ft Enclosed I
I' For Sale very I POSSIBLE 90'FINANCING o o Wolmanized
i bedroom. 1-bath home. 4&17'E. Pressure-Treated Lumber t
University Ave.I walking .

1 i Schools. Price to Lake$11500.Forest S500 DAN BYRDASSOCIATES. Foldawav Closet Doors Full Landscaping and Spot- i i
INC h$1 10812perM0.
month. Not '
down and $7 30 per
I Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy 825 N.W. 13th ST. ( ) Sodded Lawns Paved Streets, Curbs and Gutters
I Jr. Day FR 4-7290. nights FR
6-5015. Office corner N. Main PH. 3722511i
I and 23rd Blvd. Full Concrete Driveways Storm Drainage i

i Write or Phone For DIRECTIONS:

...,..,. jjjggEjq. :; \ ..... City Sewerage Double Stainless Steel Sinks I
f' \. Free. Color Brochure :
;I rIJ -e L : Drive North on Main, Turn Right. Your Choice of Gas or Electric Built-in Tappan Ovens and

} : ; Uf : Ranges HD.d.s.ith Fan and Filter
at N.E. 23rd Blvd., Continue to" Range .

: N.E. 12th Stand Turn Left. Follow Safety-Edge Formica Cabinet Tops

I' Caslites ? t Directional Signs to Model I Home Custom Built-in Cabinets Wall Tex Vinvl Paper .

i I in Kitchens and R;:.ths Moen Dfnl-Cet Tuh and Shower _
Located on N.E. 31st Avenue.
Colored Bothroom Tile and Fixtures
I t"1 2304 N.E. 11th Terrace Fixtures.

I cfft 'it $nAY)
B Phone 372-3471
!, ::<. tp Built-in Vanatories in All Baths
:* .

j r I Viflage Y Qteeu Sr I .

":;, IJ} I SNEAK FtfVIEWTMhy J .L. '- AHighI.andCourt Manor:: ?, :

'i 1 tH! OwfcItyHUGH : .i
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i ; 'I i 04"' 837 N.E. 5fh Street ttI :I \{: Free Membership. Exclusive' Swim. Club Community! : Center '- .. J ; ; ... "

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8C Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 10, 1964
77 Mobile Homes for Sale 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRSAIR 85 Automobiles for Sale 1
70 Boats-Marine Equip. 77 Mobile Hornet for Sale '
TWO bedroom noose trailer S90C I, FOR THE CORRECT DODGE-DART GAINESVillE
FOR SALE 1953 Ford Pickup CONDITIONING Tune MERCURY 19551Statlon
14FT.THUNDERBIRD one bedroom house trailer $750. up wagon.
1957 VICTOR, 42 x s: Sleeps 7. Can be rented. Phone 374234 truck with Service Body and Special, $250 for performance Radio heater automatic trans TIME DODGE TRUCKS AUTO SALES
Westinghouse washer. S 16*5. Monday to Friday t to S. side compartment ...'.... $350 test. All makes and models. mission. Good tires. Good con
Spartan Imperial mansion 36 Clayton Steam Jenny Model Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air dition. 1-owner. 372-2340. 1007 N. Main St.
Fiberglass Runabout 40 hp Gale sleeps L $1295. 36' Office trailer. SPECIAL THIS WEEK LHRM ..................... $250 Conditioning Servicing Center. 2-1411 POOLE-GABLE
motor. Two cruise tanks. canvas Air conditioned. Sale or rent. 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre R & W Service Hdwe Co. 304 N. Main St. Phone FR 2- OLDSMOBILE 1954. S M. Hd. Of Phone Fit 1-631
top fully equipped. Mitchell $1395. 50 X 10 Hensley, 2 bedroom lot. $10.000 1 mile S of Paynes Robert Rowland Owner. 2561. Tp. Clean and mechanically Courtesy 119 SE First Aye. Northcentral Florida'
tilt trailer. $895. like new. $2795. 3 miles Prairie For appointments ca 11 Trenton. Fla. sound. Call FR 4-800S after 1:00 University ChevroletN. 372-4343
South of Starke U.s. 301. FR 6-3052. 1962 Vi ton Ford pickup, like new, P.M. Sunday. Weekdays call Largest
$1295. Phone 468-1179. 85 Automobiles for Sale after 7:00 P.M. or see at Wise's Main St. at 16th Are. Independent Dealer

pay more. RECKLESS to BUICK '63 225 Convertible Air PONTIAC Catallna 142. convertible.All .
Fully equipped with dIrectional pay less. GET THE REAL .-- Conditioned. Take up payments. power. $2250. Call after 3-
radio finder and depth FACTS. Payments as low as (1) 1956 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed Whit red interior FR *. 37 6562Q.PONTIAC.
finder. Ship-to-shore radio. two Trailer Sales $57.29 per month with $300 down. (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed 5816. BARKLEY MOTORS
Mark 35 Mercury motors. Fly. LAKE GENEVA (1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed Buick Century Conv. 1957. full '60 Cat.. R&H. power-
Ing bridge with canvas top. Anchor Home of
Mobile Homes Sales brakes & steering. Ttp-Top CondI-
power including windows seats
In Mobile
ropes run n g Alrstream Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fta. (1) 1956 INTL School Bus steering and top. Auto. Trans., tion 1195. Call FR 2-6832 after
lights has converter for 110 AC Shasta and
current. Travel Trailers FOR RENT OR SALE Padded dash radio & heater, 5:00 PM.RAMBLER.
Ocala's First Mobile Home FLORIDA FRYERS WW tires. Tinted glass good
1 all metal trailer with ,
cabana. 43 white 2-door
Paul Thames condition. $695. Call 3762917.
Dealer Since 1948
See Ellis Guynn after ,6 P.M.. power steering radio and heater -
Phone 2-1900
These boats are on display at Mc- 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Archer Rd. Village Barber Shop. CHEV.r '62 IMPAlA CONV.. excellent condition. Phone
Gilvrays Fish Camp on New- Phone 629-1358
nans Lake. Today between 2 and Ocala. Fla. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals PG PS, TB, R & H, WW. _2.5992
6 p.m. Call 6-6957 or 2-0487 daytime BELIEVE IT 9000 MILES. ORIGINAL RENAULT 4CV, If57. Extra mo
OR NOTSave RENT a truck one-way anywhereIn PHONE VOLVO '61, good condition good
$2195. 2-3357.
the USA. from United Rent-
72 Office Equipment 4820 NW 13th SL 441 South tires excellent gas milage. ra-
Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. WISH TO SELL TODAY.
Gainesville 372-5113 dio-heater white side walls.
. GAINESVILLE largest vOlume of- Hours I to I. Sunday 11 to 7 $600 10 x 46 2 BR furnished NO REASONABLE OFFER $875 or $150 dwn. $35 mo. Call
flee supply dealer Chesnufs Service Is a must with us. only $3195. $35040 down 83 Motorcycles & Scooters REFUSED. FR 27255.'
Office Equipment Co. Invites you $5409 per month.
, to come In and shop or call for FOR SALE OR RENT Over 50 models to choose from CHEVROLET 56. Good condition. VW 1956 Camper, new tires recent
free delivery. Chesnufs Office Newberry Trailer Park one mile TRAILER MARTHWY. '62 ZUNDAP, 250 cc. Electric R&H. 4-dr.. V-8. $295 Karl 6 overhaul on engine & trans- Discounted $500
Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. North on 41, $500 Down $66 per starter. New tag excellent condition Don's Standard Service, 233 South mission. Needs paint. $595. up to
Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. month Total S9900 17 PHONE 328-1050 $375. Call 466-3237 Mica- Main St.CORVAIR Phone 3766690.
Ore K. Ball SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 nopy. Evenings. Monza '63, equippedwith 1960 V.W. Good condition. $890.
73 Musical Merchandise FOR SALE EASr PALATKA. FLORIDA 1959 MO-PED needs work. radio heater white side Call Williston 529-54(3 weekdays 5-64 Fords 62 ford
Three bedroom Fleetwood 1964 wall tires. 1,000 actual miles.Assume and evenings.
ORGAN SALE model trailer on good lot with BEAUTIFUL with about 300 2 BR ft. mobile Fine home $30 Phone FR 6-7317. payments small equi VW 1500. The all new look In Galaxte "500". t door sedan 2 door hardtop Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission -
Of Christmas Left overs. All beautiful oak trees giving shade location. Reduced to highway CRUISAIRE '68 or Lambretta '63. ty. Will consider older car for Volkswagen. Why buy the old & 4 door hardtop, power steering. power brakes. radio, heater a cream puff. 1-owner.
new organs. Savings up to 30 and affording a splendid placeto trade. Phone $3995. Will Mechanically excellent, good equity. Call owner at :372-8441 Beetle when you can have VW Automatic transmission radio. heater 4-5000
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. relax and play. Located about 462.1754. ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. ,
transportation. Call FR 2-8426 quality plus room and HP. miles. Priced to save you money. 51895
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722222 two miles south of High Springs 1959 45x10. 2 BR's. Terms or Univ. ext. 2355. DESOTO. 1957, 4 Dr. $500. Good Call FR 25444 after 3 p.m.

I WURLITZER on because U.s. of 441.a Owner lob that must has leave been may be arranged.. 376- DUCATI SPORT 48. very good condition. Call FR 2-4568 weekdays. 8-63 Fords 62 Corvair
America's No. 1 piano and
offered to him In the New Eng- 0097. condition less than 3,000 miles, DODGE STATION WAGON '61, I HAVE A '63 Ford Fastback. 390
at Earl's Piano Co.
organs Gainesville's are evcluslve Wurhf- land states. See this quick. Whole $145 Phone 25365. good condition take up paymentsof engine with 3 spd. trans. $400 4 door hardtop, 4 door sedan & one convertible. Monza Spyder 4-speed transmission bucket
zer Dealer 702 W. UniversityAve. deal priced to sell at $7.77700. 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE $54.24. per mo. Call 6-8153 or6151D. for $1300 equity low mil. Call All but two have air conditioning, priced from seats turbo-charged engine. A real hot box.
84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS 6-3436 after 4 P.M.
Phone 372-2222- Can be partly. financed. :00 Reduced to only:
Frank 'D. Howard, R. E. BrokerP. INTERNATIONAL Ford. 1950, 2-oor. 6 cylinder 52395 to 52495
Coronet Constellation like truck say
; new. O. Box 703 Phone 4541396. 51895
1955 FR 22914.
no dents; $300 new; suitable for' High Springs. Florida model 4 new tires new SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au- $100. Value Rated
beginner or pro at $125. See battery good condition, cost tomotive repairs and tuneup. HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx.
I at Rebel Stamp and Coin Shop. WE BUY week-days.$350. Call 468-1163'after $:00 Miller Phone &372-0080.Sons 732 N.W. 1st St. 2-9702.in good condition. $450 Call FR Used Cars 6-63 Chevrolet. 55 Ford

FOR sale by owner used 1 _,
up- I MOBILE HOMESTop Convertible, top, finished In bright red.A .
USED 2 door hardtops 4 door hardtop 4 door sedans good
right piano with bench. dollar paid phone 376-0571. ; -. ___.. ... B&G MOTOR CO. some with air conditioning, all with real fine older tar In good condition. Save
$90. Call FR 2-2792. rj'...'F.-; --1- -;:- power steering radio, heater, automatic transmission yourself a lot of money on this one at only
Only. 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES Cadillac Oldsmobile priced from
SAVE to $1,500 2001 NW 13th St.VOLKSWAGEN. 5495
76 Airplane Sales-Rentals .
4 PLACE Aeronca 15 AC, New I NEW 10 wide mobile homes to t
paint, new fabric new Interior. Town S> Country Trailer Sales SAVINGSUP 59 Chevrolet
65 hr. SMOH, hangered. Mark 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. 363'Fiat
11. $3195. Call FR 2.3563 after WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Bel.Air 4-dr. hardtep. Compare this price anywhere
5:30 p.m. Butts Mobile HomeS. Inc In northcentral Florida and you'll coma
4920 NW 13 St 376-S361 TO 1100" 4 door sedans priced from to Barkley Motors. )

Automotive 1964 NOW MOBILE SHOWING HOMES I 51295 895
77 Mobile Homes for Sale 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
Plans. Terms tailored to meet 57 Ford
1962 PACEMAKER, 10 X 45. In $300IF
excellent condition. $3895. Can your budget. Drive a little and MI LLERI.V) 62 Olds
lot at
save a
Station V-8 engine standard transmission
be financed locally. Please call '
FR 21637 between 3 and 8 p.m. CONNOLLYMobile BROWN Pn. "98" 4 door hardtop. Fully equipped Including a good dependable carl Excellent econo-
Home Sales Inc. o"NiisEO air conditioning. A like new one owner cream my and comfort for the family on that summer .I
26 x r one BR. completely furnished 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 YOU LIKE TO SAVE MONEY 1030 E. Univ. puff. Priced at only vacation trip.
air conditioned trailer Phone 622-8166 FR 2-3582
with partly furn. 20 x life' Ca- Closed Sundays 52695 695
bana. Excellent cond. FR 2-9886
between 6 & 7:30 a.m. or 6 ft 13 TRAVEL TRAILER gas stove SHAW & KEETER FORD .
I 11 pm. Ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12-
110 Volt light system. Sleeps 4.
1958 HICKS trailer, 1 x 43. with Real bargain. $850. Bank financ- Test the Sunbeam
11 X 30 cabana. Air conditioned ing available. Phone Brooker Test DriveTHE
3 BR furnished. Phone 376-7317. 485.2491.TODAY'S IS THE PLACE FOR YOU Id I 15 !Unique Sports Car "Imp"B I a r kl ey

I NEW Racing style engine

40 Miles per gallon of gasoline
I SPECIAL 62 CHEVROLETStation 1964 5,000 mile service interval Motors


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

out. Suggested list price . . $1240 1132
; 62 FORD S. MAIN ST. 2201 K. Main St. FR 2-4373
Special $995

2 door hardtop, radio, tutone, white and $ .1
bronze white walls

516 S. Main St. FR -2425 :


64 RAMBLERS 4 door V-8, radio, heater Fordomatic

tutone, white over light green, white $1 1045




TOP TRADE-IN BEST TERMS 4 door, radio, heater, automatic
trans$1 1045
mission white walls solid red .
Ridgway Motors 1. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED!


1132 S. Main St. FR 2-8433 .
162 New Ford's, Falcon's, Mustang's, T-Bird's and Trucksto
4 door, radio, heater, Power glide, air

745 choose from. You save hundreds of dollars.

green and green, white walls . . ..



I 2 door, radio i V-8 tutone, white and

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

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

ecutive's Car.

63 Ford Fairlane 500, 4-dr., automatic trans- '2 door, radio, heater, light grey ., 3. WE NEED USED CARS! .
mission, radio and heater . . $1995 $145 .

62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats, auto-

matic transmission air conditioned solex
We used facilities Your car
glass, nice . . . . . $2195 are expanding our 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 station wagon automatic -

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

steering, power brakes . . $795 A Ilib

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 t

61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-door, air conditionautomatic WARBAI We handle it all No red tape, no delay! 'f

: trans., radio, a real buy . $1195

60 Buick, Electro 4 door automatic transmission -

radio, heater, power steering,
power brakes, in excellent condition . SHAWl 2 EXAMPLES OF OUR SPECIAL BUYS! '

. . . . . . . $1595 BRAND NEW BRAND NEW ;;

60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station.wagon, auto- 64 FAIRLAINE' 64 FALCON

matic transmission, power steering and TOTAL PRICE TOTAL PRICE $175 !

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

1. & I' ONLY $1996 With Good Credit NLY $1789 With Good Credit


59 Buick, station wagon . $895 MOTOR

61 Rambler, Station Wagon .... $895 SHAW & KEETER COMPANY

61 Falcon, Station Wagon .... $995 KEETER ..f "Satisfied Customers

.1. Serving '""':*
/ '"*:':: Our Most Important Asset"
Florida Since 1924 y
59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmis-

sion, radio, heater A $aver . $895 rr_..; f tvriirfrr+xAwi..v::lyifrfrY'h

63 Jeep Wagoneer 4 door radio heater automatic "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD Hague \f* {
"worn" hubs, in excellent condi- .- DEALER SINCE 1924"

tion . . . . . . $2695 .. ;
NO DOWN PAYMENT! s.. 238 Li I.


56 Ford 2-df $29 Mon 54 Ford 4 door $12 Mon. W. UNIVERSITY AVE. .C'N";:

57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon. }

57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon 56 Chevy Wag. $12 MOB. } Phone if O t ::

57 Ford Wag. $24 .***. 55 Metro $24 MOB. G AIN ES .l LL <+: :;

Lots of Other Models for Less Money! 372-0503

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Motor Co. "
f. PHONE FR 6-5371 Archer MON. thru FRI.


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f 85 Automobiles for Sal 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALEDR's -_.,--_V.,, .UftV..-, 1._n, snA."'- 1'.8.:11.-................. .l......_. ww1'0o ""'- I

MUST SELL '63 MG Midget ice II
blue, white wills. tonneau ra- Orders! No driving walk. ,
dio & neater. Good condition. 1957 2 dr. Ford Station Wagon.
Call! 372-2784. extra Good, bargain. 11 SW 24th I REPUTATION
1960 CRYLeR Windsor power 63 St.VW Yes! It's True! I
brakes power steering. Priced Deluxe Bus. All accessories
to sell at 5.000 miles impeccable. By
S0. See at Dobtrs. PRIC'"ELESS
h Pure OH N. Main I. (th Ave. _owner. Call FR 4-1591 between .IT'S THAT INTANGIBLE Many Cars
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Phone 374-251) and 7:00.
tires. ACondradio & ra. Under -
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{ New $2225
) now $1595. FR TV MO.
W. Bathmette'
2-7W after 51 owner. GIMMICKS!
rocker $2. Baby carriage-I :
BRING out the best In your car. car bed. $2. Jump chair 2. Rocker CADILLACSALL WE MUST CUT OUR STOCK: IN HALF
Superior Auto painting & body er Fr 2-2914.
free work.BODY pickup Fast dependable delivery. WRIGHT'S service; 87 Automobiles Wanter New 1964 GMC Pickups WITH FACTOPY /'R '"j TO DO IT, EVERY CAR IS CUT IN PRICE THIS
WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.
Wanted. 1950 thru mZ Fords
1964 RENAULT 2.000 miles $1195. and Chevrolet 914 S.E. 4th White, mileage i fully' $ j9nr WEEKEND
St. Al Jaw.
1961 Corvatr coupe. auto trans. ws Herndon Service station. I
1960 $175 DOWN
1962 Vouxhall.Ford Galaxle$350 .......... 1495 I NOT DISCOUNTS OF $100 or $200
1963 Corvalr Monza 4 In floor. 62 SEDAN DE
; 1963 R &Comet H, ,steal custom.at $1495.6-D. H ft H, Test DriveTHE $ 11 I White: beautiful condi-$379J i
$1495. Per Month tion . . ... .
Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245.
1959 Ford oor. Falrlane 500. V- NEW 62 SEDAN. White & rose,
e. automatic transmission. Rap I S"'Aft
dio heater good condition. $695. 1964 Including: License state sales tax, life DISCOUNTSUP
FR 6-2969. 4031 N.W. 36th St. tag very sharp . . :1I
| insurance, and finance charges. j.
WE BUY SELL and AND TRUCKS TRADE I Tropccal, Pontiac : $95
1611 Hawthorne Rd. 372-52S5. black leather interior. . )
FOR SALE 1954 BUICK Roadmas-
ter. all power. good condition. MOTORS CMC Truck Center 61 SEDAN DE VILLE.
Phone 374-4132 after 5:00 P.M.
SAVE 3005400. '63 Chevy 6S 1132 S. MAIN ST. I i I 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2.2583 White. One Owner. . 99S
.new tires everything ,
but air. M NE 10th Ave.VOLKSWAGEN_ .
CLASSIC BLACK, low mile- S1595 o
WE AREOVERSTOCKED age, exceptional. . . 5O

S 60 SEDAN. Beautiful blue S2495 TO

4' 60 SEDAN. White (does I I
t $ I
'h ail
( not have air condJ) . 995
with NEW 1964 TRUCKS
((50 TO CHOOSE FROM) finest I-
cars ever built. .

I Special. Low Price 57 FLEETWOOD. Selection 500. 4-dr. led. V-'. Auto. RAH. Rdster. HT. loaded likt new.
63 VOLSWAGEN. Kar- S896 /
man Ghia coupe air conditioned of two. Top model . WAS $395 SAVE $199 WAS $3395 SAVE $400
Blaupunkt radio .. NOW $196 NOW
white walls immaculate 1767 cur $2995
condition. Beautiful dark ?' vu
brown exterior with I i
52 FORD2dr.
matching coffee-colored 56 PONTIAC4dr.
leatherette interior. HT V-'. Std. Trans., R & H, runs .. .
$2295 1 Year GW
C-1404 Warranty good.WAS $245 SAVE $123 WAS $595 SAVE $145

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

Bendix radio. Whitewalls. YOUR GAIN 11We've 62 HARDTOP 98 SEDAN.
Excellent condition $1195 Factory air Loaded withextras. i S2'595 56 FORD 61 BUICK

. . .
2-dr. HT. vaLJto.. R & H. U $>brc, Mr. HT. Auto. PS. R & H. -
57 VOLKSWAGEN. Sedan. taken delivery on a special purchase of Chevrolet trucks .
Coral red. 62 HARDTOP SEDAN 88. WAS $495 SAVE $175 WAS $2195 SAVE $345
Radio fully
reconditioned that's why we can now offer you the truck you need-and the
.. .. Factory air &
$695 deal power. Solid $2495 NOW
you want right now! NOW $320 $1850
leatherette seats. . . I
61 VOLKSWAGEN.wagon three Station full- 61 HARDTOP S E DA '61 SIMCA '63 CORY AIR
UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET"Serving 88. 'Immaculate I
seats. Very clean $1395 i
terior. : , S1895: 4-<1r., heater. Std. Trans. Monza 2-dr.. Cpe., 4-spd..R&H Shays
Northcentral) Floridafor OU HARDTOP SEbXFOstFactory WAS $695 SAVE $280 i WAS $2295 SAVE $300

Miller over 25 ytars" S NOW $415 NOW $1995 -
e M air. . . . 1 1:95
Corner North Main & '
Brown 16th Ave. 63 FALCON 62 CORVAIR
S Sprint 2-!r. HT. V-4. Auto. PS. R & H. Greenbriar Sta. Bus 4jpd., R & H, Room
Phone 3767584'Gainesville's
E. 1495 1 Many others. Galore.
1030 Power
Univ. Ave. steering & brakes I! WAS S2395 SAVE $345 WAS $1995 SAVE $325
FR 2-3582 '- Largest Volume Dealer" OTHERS I NOW $2050 NOW $1670

t_--'" 59 BUICK
Factory '63 CHEVY '63 T-BIRD
air & power . . S1095 1
HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO. Impala 2-<1r., HT. V-8 Std. Trans. R & H. Loaded Including air, new tires. 'low miles.
*9 BUICK! HARDTOP WAS S2895 SAVE $335 WAS $3995 SAVE $370

I SMITTY SAYS: COUPE. Air cond. .. S1195 I I I I NOW $2560 NOW $3625

63 CHEVROLET. Impala '63 VALIANT '60 E. FORD
WHY SIMMER ALL SUMMER? sedan. 13,600 miles. In t'2195 '' Signet 200 Conv. B. Seats. R & H. Anglla '2 dr. sedan heater clean.
factory warranty . ... I WAS $7.39": SAVE $300 WAS $795 SAVE A200NOW

Don't be steamed-up oil summer over a car that just doesn't run properly. Now is a 59 Hardtop CHEVROLET.sedan. V-8.Impala Power NOW $2095 $595

good time to trade for a dependable late-model car. Selection is at an all time high steering; . . . S995 i

and prices are down. 61 FORD. Galaxie hardtop
TRY US THIS WEEK! Factory air & power. 11'ft5
Get any other dealers offer to trade. John
*? CHRYSLER.. New -
YorKer ,
If You don't Like these low prices '. hardtop coupe. Air condo S-1-19 5-- guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,
Loaded. . . . year and and condition being equal. Why not
5S IMPERIAL. save hundreds of dollars at Gainesville Auto

I MAKE US AN OFFER! ditioned.ton! hardtop. . .SouthampS895 Sales. f

58 LINCOLN. Capri i

top coupe. Excellent'' hard$1 i I
64 CHEVROLET S.S. radio heater, automatic trans., power steering $3295 tion. . . . : _Al5 _

64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door hardtop, automatic transmission, radio, 62 PONTIAC. Bonneville + '61 FORD '62 FALCON

heater power steering air .... .... . .................. . . ....... $3295 Power hardtop windows.sedan. Factory Outstand-air. \2 495 Galaxie 2 dr., sedan, auto.. R&H. sharp. Futura coupe bucket seats radio & heater.

64 FORD Galaxie "500" 4 door sedan automatic trans., radio, heater $2995 ing. ... . . . WAS $1595 SAVE $220 clean.WAS $1795 SAVE$400

63 PLYMOUTH Fury, 4-door hardtop, automatic trans., R&H, air .... $2895 STATION WAGONS NOW $1375 NOW $1395

63 DODGE, 4-door sedan, automatic trans., R&H, power steering .... $2745 60 OLDS 88. Factory air. '

63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, automatic trans., air ..... . $2095 window Full power, electric '62 CORVAIRMonza 63, FORD
split rear Galaxie XL. 4 dr. HT, B. seats loaded.
63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop, PS, PB, automatic trans. .... $2495 White with green deluxe in-595 1 WAS 4 dr., sedan. auto. R&H. low miles. WAS $2995 SAVE $400
terior. . . . . $1795 SAVE $300
63 VW Combi, likenew, 8,000 miles ..... ............ .... .... $1595 59 OLDS 88. Factory air. NOW $1495 NOW $2595

63 BUICK I Special, 4-door wagon .... .......... ...... ..... ............. $1795 Power, electric rear window. $ 1195 '
? White &.gold. . . 63 FALCON -
63 VALIANT, V-200.4-door, AT, PS, radio, heater .......... ............. $1695 2 dr., heater new spare tire.

62 IMPALA, Super Sport, power steering, PB, AT. 17,000 actual miles $2195 60 CHEVY. 6 cylinder $-1-195 Galaxie 4 dr.64, loaded FORD including factory air. WAS $1795 SAVE $300
standard shift. . . .
VALIANT, 4-door, heater. 16,000 actual miles ...... ...... ......... $1295 WAS $3884 SAVE $500 NOW $1495

62 Imperial Crown, full power .......... ............. .......... ..... $3395 standard 63 FALCON.shift Light Compact tan., $1195 NOW $3384 '55 FORD

l( CHEVY. Vzton truck.... ...... ...... ..... ..... .......... .............*.. $1395 economy. : . . I, 4 dr., sedan. Bring your rope.onlv.

r 61 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door, sedan 88. Real clean. PS, PB, R&H, AT,. $1395 i t I 61 DODGE. Power steering. '63 CHEVROLETBiscayne $50
In excellent condition. $
61 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door, full power ...... ...... ..... ................. $2795 I II ty of room. . . .. ... 395 fires. Station Wagn. "<" std., heater new '57 FORD

I 60 FORD, Fairlane 500. 4-door sedan, AT, R&H, air. ......... . ..... $995I I WAS $2495 SAVE $400 r door Hardtop.

Yorker. No trade in .... COMPACTS Hinw. ctn'Q nn'u.. ct7E;
60 CHRYSLER, New 4-dr.hdtp. Needed : $1395 Yv- I "" .T YI4/tI
I 63 MONZA COUPE. 4-speed. stick shift.I I
60 CORVAIR, 700. 4-door, automatic trans., radio, heater ................. $695 j Radio and heater. Tinted glass folding rear '.
3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales
M 60 METROPOLITIAN. 2-door, hardtop. Real sharp _.... ...... _..... $545 seat.bucket Golden seats.with LESS solid THAN leatherette palomino ;i

59 PLYMOUTH Fury. 2-door, hardtop PS, PB, R&H, AT. One owner $795 16.000 MILES.I IN FACTORY S I 1. Low or no down payment
WARRANTY. 1- 19 95 !
I I 59 IMPERIAL Crown. 4-door hardtop AT. Full equipment. Power $1095 owner . . . . i 2. Lowest monthly payments

58 PLYMOUTH, 4-door, automatic transmission. Radio, heater ..... ...... $295 I 61 RAMBLER Americn. 2- 7 I 3. We stand behind our'automobilesGAINESVILLE

57 PLYMOUTH, 4-door sedan. PS, PB, AT. R&H. V8. One owner 5595 i door standard sedan shift.Radio White.heater.Very San 5

57 BUICK. 4-door sedan. AT, R&H. One owner ..... .................. ..... e I\CC\ f good condition. 38.000 mi. _
56 PLYMOUTH, 4-door sedan.V-8 radio; heater ...... ....._ ..... ... 4t""Z; 60 CORVAIR. Sedan I -
" dard shift, radio & stanS695
56 OLDSMOBILE. 4-door hardtop AT, R&H. Rides good ...... .......... $175 I Folding rear seat.SPECIAL. .
I OPEN TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center

I I[ 55 CHEVY $150 I

i Hawes-Powers Motor Co. i I -

SEE: J. L. Smith Fronk Gray, Wilbur Slight, Mac McCullough, Sandy Comas I! \ '
Notlceatnl, Floril a

: Plymouth-Valiant-ChrYsIer-tmperial-Simca, Sales and Service I INDEIENDENTDEAIER
CO. ..
"We will not be undersold or out-traded"

NEW CARS: 115 SE 2nd St. FR 6-7515
I USED CARS: 2001 NW 13th St. FR 6-7515 l

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IOC Gainesville Sun Sunday. May 10, 1964 -

_,. I IJONES Antenna With
Names 'Lakeland Attorney 'Law Firm '-v Y .u -- r Space Big Eye r

tf BUFFALO, N. Y. (APA waves one to 10 millimeters in THANKS
Adds New N. basketball-size space antenna length which can be focused into .
As Florida Bar President
capable of scanning 60 trillion intense, narrow beams to
It. cubic miles in a split sec- transmit information. Their use ,
Pal'tnerT permits substantial reductions in To all the wonderful "j"
MIAMI BEACH Chester- :4 wx ond may result from studies be-
i power requirements, size and voters and friends who
field H. Smith Lakeland ing made scientists of ,
lawyer by Syl-
It's the Goldin in with
x now Reynolds weight comparison con-
took office Saturday as and Jones law firm. vania Electric Products Inc. I I'ventional equipment. worked and supportedme.
president of The Florida Bar, The Let's all work fora
statewide organization of Flor Dick Jones, a 23-year-old Mi- 4 being conducted -
ida's 8700 lawyers and judges. amian and University of Flori- under an Air Force con- I ANYWHERE better Alachua County.
New officers and Board of da graduate, became the third tract, concerns the design of \ YourS
Governors members receivedthe ,. member of the Gainesville law an electronically steerable .." TatisfactionAlways
millimeter wave antenna withno
oath of office from Florida firm recently. ,0
moving parts. The study includes \\
Supreme Court Chief JusticeE. Jones has been Assured
practicingwith the possibility of
Harris Drew the final
a Miami law firm for the 1 the tiny system in space ve CREVASSE FLORIST
of the
assembly annual
past three years. hicles. I 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
Bar convention in session at F4 qS I I (Pd. Adv.
the Americana Hotel since t His partner, Selig Goldin, Millimeter waves .are. radio I Phone FR 6-2514
Thursday. said the addition of Jones will I

Smith, a native of Arcadia, allow the law firm to expand its
t ti
Florida, received his law de- operations in keeping with the pie time to each of our clients."!
gree from the University of great growth of Gainesville."We Jones, his wife Suzanne and i '
three live at 1611 NE 15th
Florida College of Law. He was were becoming overload- boys
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named to the Bar's Board of .5A: wiui a'" wum! ,ftcu Goldm said. St. i NEW/
Governors in 1958, and in 1963 SMITH "Jones will allow us to give am-
was elected without oppositionto HEAR HERE!
the office of president elect also served for the past yearas PLAYTEX
into focus all the sounds
of The Florida Bar. He has chairman of The Florida Bar Floor
Pidgin English is a highly I, of life a visit to Shop,21"
Center Committee. useful language, spoken by 30 GAINESVILLEHEARING
Rights Action to 50 million people as a second I 'AID CO. LIVING
Smith was city attorney for 'language. 620 N. MAIN FR 6-0095
By mat ersWASHINGTON the city of Bartow, Florida,
from 19561959. He is a past STRETCH BRA

(AP) Sen. president of the Tenth Judicial -
George A. Smathers, D-Fla., one Circuit Bar Association, and OPEN
of the Southern foes of the civil i
served in 1962-63 as chairmanof
rights bill, has offered a jury The Florida Bar's committee I FIL 9:00MONDAY:
trial amendment to the meas-
ure. on continuing legal education.Paid ,

Smathers' amendment would I Advertising ..._. _''"A. THURS..FRIDAY& i, NEWadjustable,
limit to a $1,000 fine or six ....."' '."# -
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months in jail the maximum -:0-' .or.: :
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against an individual for contempt ." .
This is similar to proposals IE\
I by other senators. t ;
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