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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 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
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Moonshine Stash Uncovered

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MANILA (AP-A) U.S. military f By JAMES McGUIRKSun You're standing on it. .... When surprised the trio w as
jet transport plane crashed Staff Writer carrying in another 240 gallonsof
and burned tonight during a Hey, friend. Want some shine? One man was captured and moonshine from an auto one
rainstorm at Clark Air Force Let me tell you where it's two escaped a police trap Satur- of them had driven to the site.
Base north of Manila. The U.S. at. day night at $4,650 moonshine
Rousseau said the illicit whis-
Air Force said 71 of 83 persons Drive on out U. S. 441 toward cache in northwest A 1 a c h ua
aboard the plane were killed. High Springs. (Take care. It's County. key retails in Alachua Countyfor I
An Air Force spokesman said best to go at night.) about $1.25 a half-pint.

wreckage was strewn over a Across from the Highway Pa- State beverage agents said "It's one of the largest s u ch
wide area of the strategic trol substation, turn right on they nabbed A. J. Hodges of seizures that's been made in

. on,_____ _- __. ,-. ,- _____._ _._. .___.__._.___ ..__ -, '--._-_ 'An'. ._._ -..._ base, a relay point for suppliesto S.R. 121.Prety. Macclenny as he and two other Alachua County in the past five
the U.S. forces in South take another men were transferring moon- f
soon, years, said Thomas Deen, bev-
City Beautification Viet Nam. right on S.R. 329. shine to a camoflaged under erage department supervisor for
The spokesman said the Go way on out till you see a ground storage pit next to a tobacco this district.

Crewmen Huey Godwin (right) and Leslie Hall of the city buildings and grounds plane, a C135 jet carrying 73 dirt grade cutting off to the left. field off the Antioch
department began planting up more than 100 dogwood trees along Northwest 34th passengers and a crew of 10, Its got a sign next to it, "Anti- Church Road, about 14 miles Using a storage point for
northwest of Gainesville.A .
Street this morning. Residents of 34th Street, hoping to make theirs the fairest of broke up and burned less thana och Church Road." (Watch moonshine is a standard practice

them all, purchased the trees and donat ed them to the city. They are being plantedin half mile from the runway. yourself when you make the team of beverage age nts agents" said. It's called a
the grassy plots between the sidewalks and the curb. (Sun Photo by Tommy Lewis) The plane left Travis Air turn. The sand's pretty bad.) and sheriff's deputies tried a "stash, and amounts to a
Force Base, Calif., Sunday and Go on down Antioch for a bloodhound but failed to t rail wholesale distribution ware-
had stopped at Hickam Field in piece, and turn left down a lit Hodges' companions, who fled house.
Hawaii. tle dirt road. (Cut your Ii g hts despite warning shots fired by a The whiskey is brought In
Uncover The injured were taken to a now.) stake -. out team of bever age from Georgia or stills at other
Attempt hospital. Go maybe 150 yards. agents, Lee Rousseau, A. E. points in Florida and collected :
"The present confirmed countis There'll be a tobacco field on Wells and Roy Purvis. at the stash, from which it is I
12 survivors," the spokesmansaid. your left and some plain Florida distributed to retailers, agents I
piney woods on your right. Rousseau said Hodges w a strapped !

In Japan, a spokesman for You won't see nothing. But about 11:30 p.m. downin said.But they called the under
To Kill McNamaraSAIGON the U.S. 5th Air Force said he stop anyhow. the 10 foot square, four-foot ground stash unique.
had been informed by Clark Walk maybe 15-20 feet into the deep pit.Along Flush with the ground, care- i

Field that the plane carried brush. with i Hodges agents fully put together with board

South Viet Nam they tried to mine a bridge on "military passengers," and he Still don't see nothing? discovered 33 five gallon jugs sides and roof, the stash could ,
(AP-A Communist agent suspected the route McNamara will take interpreted this to mean no de- That's cause you're not look and 60 one-gallon bottles of not be spotted after dirt, dead I
of plotting to kill U.S. from Saigon airport into the pendents of military personnelwere ing in the right place. moonshine. (See SHINE on Page )
Suspect AgentsOf
Secretary of Defense Robert S. capital. U.S. Ambassador Hen aboard. 2)t
McNamara on his arrival Tues- Viet Congand ry Cabot Lodge was expected to The four-jet, 6th graf 157.168
day leaped from a window at be riding with McNamara. The four-jet transport capableof BritainMay New BatFor tie Plan t
carrying 126 crashedat
police headquarters today, police Several other Viet Cong sus- persons
about 7:15 Manila time,
said. was hospitalized. Police pects have been picked up. A p.m. I
in level unobstructed of
a area
The agent, identified as Ngu- said he was in a coma. quantity of high explosives has Bend
dirt and the
yen Van Troi, leaped from a Troi was one of three suspected been unearthed since the arrestof grass, spokesmansaid. Rig]hts Bill .
second-floor window, landed on Communist Viet Cong agents the three, police sources said.
There was no sign of distress
a jeep, suffered a broken leg picked up Saturday night as The Viet Cong agents con On Cuba
before the crash, and the plane
fessed they planned to blow up WASHINGTON (AP) An the House bill without major
"just didn't make the runwaynhe
the One of the
bridge. agentswas added. 3frui U ark OJiutra abrupt change in strategy by changes.
caught laying a wire under -
supporters of the civil rights bill Longer-than-usual daily sessions -
Most of the 12 survivors
the bridge. He led police to were LONDON Britain
GOP Donnybrook will prob-
"' appeared obvious today as the and Saturday meetings
"in bad he said.
the two other agents and a mine pretty shape ably make a soothing gesture
marathon Senate controversy failed to dampen the Southerners' -
with an explosive charge hiddenin The spokesman could not say toward the United States this
stretched into its 10th week and oratorical ardor but they
an old kerosene can buriedin which service most of the pas- week in an effort to take some
52nd session. finally allowed votes last weekon
Looms in OregonWASHINGTON the mudbank of the river. sengers were from-Air Force, of the heat out of their disputeover the first of more than 100
U.S. officials did not say Army or Navy. He also could this country's trading policy The new battle plan Is to amendments.
whether alternate plans had not say whether the plane was with Cuba.Reliable pound out a compromise pack- These tests involved attemptsto
(AP) Ore chosen, Goldwater now has less been made for McNamara's ar bound for another destination sources indicated age outside the Senate cham- make provisions for jury tri-
gon's Republican presidential than half of the 655 needed for rival. after landing at Clark. Sunday that the British govern- ber and then try to pledge 67 als in contempt of court cases
primary election Friday holds nomination. Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Clark Field, about 60 miles ment is considering limiting the members from both parties that arise from the bill.
the week's top political billing as Goldwater is the only entry in chairman of the U.S. Joint north of Manila, is the main amount of credit it is preparedto two-thirds majority-to stand A series of daily conferenceshas
a six-sided donnybrook.The the Republican presidential pref- Chiefs of Staff, arrived without! U.S. base in Southeast Asia. It guarantee for commercial solidly behind this on all votes. been held in Dirksen's of-

big West Coast scrap erence primary in Nebraska but incident today to join with Mc- is headquarters of the 13th Air dealings with the Cubans. This would be no easy accomplishment fice. With all factions except the
comes after Sen. Barry Goldwater efforts have been made to se- Namara in conferences on the Force, and serves as a princi- Washington has let its allies but it would duplicate Dixie opponents represented,
and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller cure write-in votes for Lodge, war against the Communist pal shuttlepoint for supplying know that American concern the strength Democratic this group has been laboriously
cruise through a pair of un- U.S. ambassador to South Viet guerrillas.. American forces in South Viet over trading with Cuba will be Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon seeking agreement on all provisions
contested GOP presidential pri- Nam. And a last-minute cam- "I have come here to get a Nam. voiced again at the meeting of tana and Republican Leader of the legislation.Atty. .
maries Tuesday the Arizona paign for write-ins for former sense of reality about the situa- The plane was attached to the the council of the North Atlantic Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois Gen. Robert F. Kenedyand
senator in Nebraska, the New Vice President Nixon was an- tion here," Taylor said. "That is 44th Air Transport Squadron of Treaty Organizztion starting in massed March 26 to make the his top legal aides have
York governor in West Virginia. nounced Friday.Rockefeller the same reason McNamara is Travis Air Force Base. A the Hague on Tuesday. bill the pending Senate business. been participating. All resultsare
With the Republican National is the only candi- coming, too." spokesman there said it left the Britain is considered the Senate maneuvers on the cleared with key House
Convention opening two months date on the GOP preference ballot Taylor, who accompanied Mc- base at 9 a.m. Pacific time for main offender, apparently be- measure began March 9 when it members for expected later action -
from Wednesday in San Francisco in West Virginia. There is Namara on previous visits, said the Philippines, and stopped at cause Washington feels that the arrived in the Senate after there.
Associated Press survey no provision for counting writein British opened the for increased There session Saturday
an officials in Washington were en- Hickam, in Hawaii. way House passage. Although the was no -
now shows this lineup of first- votes in that state. couraged by the steps under- Earlier in the day two Philip- trade with Cuba with flood of oratory got under way but debate on the measure
ballot votes: Voters in both states also will taken by Premier Nguyen pine air force jets crashed at their recent agreement to sell promptly, the bill wasn't officially continued elsewhere.The .
|{t Goldwater 266 choose delegates to the party Khanh, but he added it was Basa base in central Luzon island 450 buses. President Johnson the pending Senate busi- Dixie chief, Sen. Richard
Gov. William W. Scranton 63 conventions-who are not bound too early for "comparative The pilot of one plane was expressed his displeasure, reportedly ness until a 67-17 vote to makeit B. Russell, D-Ga., told a Georgia ,
Henry Cabot Lodge 43 by the outcome of the primariesand statements." killed but the pilot of the other in vigouous terms, such% was attained March 26. audience that opponents lack I'
Chase Smith nominees for senate and when he spoke to R. A. Butler,
,: Sen. Margaret "Don't be surprised if we are parachuted to safety. the votes to prevent eventual .
Richard M. Nixon 7 governor. back here every couple of Britain's foreign secretary, in Initially, Senate sponsors passage and that the final out-
Rockefeller 4 Also on tap Tuesday is the months" Taylor said. "We get Washington earlier this month. talked about trying to pass come is uncertain. i

As favorite sonS Gov. James Rhode Island Republican con- regular analyses of the Viet BroadwayStar Sens. James O. Eastland, D-
A Rhodes of Ohio has 58, Rep. vention. A nominally uncommitted Nam situation in Washington but Miss., and John Sparkman, D-
John W. Byrnes of Wisconsinhas slate which includes supporters we need to update them." Sinatra Nearly Drowns Ala., in a program taped for radio -
30 and former Rep. WalterH. of Goldwater Rockefellerand McNamara who windingup DiesNEW use, said they would fightto
was
Judd of Minnesota has 6. In Lodge is being pushed by prevent any watering downof
the uncommitted column are Gov. John H. Chafee but there Sunday a visit, showed to West no Germany concern YORK (AP) Carol When. Caught in UndertowAlthough the measure-the inference

210. are indications Goldwater sup- Haney, 39, the husky-voiced being that such compromises
With 701 of the 1,308 delegates (See VOTING on Page 2)) (See VIET NAM on Page 2)Bw'ns ) singer and dancer who hit LIHUE, Kauai (AP-Enter- considered a fairly might bring Senate approval.Sen. .

Broadway stardom in "the Pa- tainer Frank Sinatra planned to good swimmer, Sinatra could Kenneth B. Keating, R-
jama Game," died in a hospital N.Y., said President Johnson'should
return to work today directingand not return to shore, Friedmansaid.
Off here Sunday night. starring in his new film, Someone at the nearby hotel "lift the telephone and-
High Squaring .. Miss Haney won a place in apparently suffering no ill-ef- called the Kapaa fire sta do a little talking" with Southern
theatrical memory with her senators in an effort to get
fects from his near drowning on
"Steam Heat" dance number in tion.Brad the bill passed without cripplingSee .
Isalnd.
the show which was cited as the Kauai Dexer, an actor, swam ( RIGHTS on Page t)

For 2-Weeks' Campaign best musical comedy of the 1955 Sinatra was rescued Sunday bring out to him Sinatra in. but could not

season. Miss Haney won an after an undertow swept him
award as best supporting actress seaward. Although exhausted, Harold Jim, assistant manager to
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's first primary, said he ious counties, closeness of the in- a musical. Sinatra was not harmed, a phy- of the Coco Palms, and Louis City Study
Haydon Burns mayor of Jacksonville wanted the vote certified as vote and reports of irregu- Afterward, she concentrated sician reported.The Gonsalves Jr., a Kauai County
I and Robert King High, soon as possible but still wanteda larities. primarily on choreography, although official, swam out and took over Land Buying:
mayor of Miami, squared off to recount. State Sen. Doyle E. Carlton in 1959 she appeared in movie company's publi- for Dexter, who returned to
day for two weeks of intensive Kelly said Secretary of State Jr. of Wauchula was run- her first straight acting role in cist, Harry Friedman, said Sin- shore, police said. of large tractof
campaigning with the Democratic Tom Adams "misinterpreted"a nerup to Farris Bryant in the Tilliam Idge's "A Loss of atra insisted he continue filming Alfred 0. Giles, manager of City purchase a
off East
gubernatorial nominationas telegram regarding his re-. 1960 race, threw his support to loses" and won good reviews.See today in spite of the inci- the Hawaiian Fruit Packing Co. Avenue land just from the U. S.University General i
the prize. count request. Kelly said he had Burns. Carlton said he believed dent. Sinatra is making the and Sinatra's next door neigh-
Burns planned to start the day not withdrawn it, but did not Burns "will render the best ( HANEY on Page 2)) movie-"None But the Brave"on bor, hearing a call for help be Services discussed Administration tonight by the will .: !

with a news conference in his wish to delay certification. service to my district and the Kauai. went into the ocean on his surf- Gainesville City Commission. .. 1
home city. Tuesday he begins a Adams estimated that the entire state." Mrs. Howard Koch, the wife of board. Jim and Gonsalves put City Manager Bill Greenwill
cruise down the intracoastal statewide vote would be certified Burns told the state barber's WHERE x Sinatra's executive producer, Sinatra on Giles' board. discuss the purchase with ..
waterway with stops in St. Augustine by midday Wednesday. The convention in Orlando that he also had to be rescued. The three made several at- members of the commission. ...
Daytona Beach, Cocoa, canvassing board told Kelly the was "concerned with the welfareof Sinatra and Mrs. Koch were tempts to get Sinatra back Other items on tonight's agen- '
Eau Gallic, Riviera Beach and law required him to go throughthe the barbers and beauticiansof TO FIND ITO swimming near Sinatra's rented through the fast choppy surf da include a letter from the
Fort Lauderdale. courts for a recount and of- our great state," and that as cottage, close to the Coco Palms but failed, police said. FAA about the cablevision TV
High spent Sunday night ir fered to delay certification until a firm believer in free enter- Comics . . 11 Hotel on the east coast of the Firemen arrived and one of tower location near Paynes :
1 Tampa and planned to cam 5 Friday, but after receiving prise, he would consider any O Classified . 12-15 island, which is about 100 miles them, Theodore Williams, swam Prairie, bond issue matters and -
paign in Arcadia, Sarasota"Lakeland p.m.Kelly's telegram, Adams proposals concerning them when Entertainment . 12 from Honolulu on Oahu Island. out with a floatline rope witha a resolution for the third sec- *_
and St. Petersburg said there was no reason to delay he became governor.In Opinion Page . 4 A big wave dragged the two cork-and brought Mrs. Kochto lion of the northwest Gaines. -.-.
Obituaries . . 2
during the day. certification. a television show in Miami out to sea. Sinatra was pulled shore.A ville sewer project.
State Sen. Scott Kelly of Lake the said he wanted a recount Sunday night, filmed last Fri- Sports . . 9, 10Women's further out than Mrs. Koch, according rope was thrown to the men The meeting is at 7:30 tonight '.
Kelly . . 5
land, who apparently finished because of the chance of human day, Burns said the big issue in to Friedman, who estimated and: firemen pulled them to at the Utilities Operations Cen .
third behind Bums and High in error conflicting reports in yar- (See RUNOFF on Page 2)). the distance at 200 yards. shore. ter. -


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t Bands Are Rated: :
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On CyprusNICOSIA eef/tA a LiIAaalr 1


I 1 = i Gainesville's two high school sight reading and good in I
Cyprus (AP) The
II bands returned home rewardedwith marching.

.w .. fighting between the Greek and et statewide recognition after
Turkish tc ZONES for P K.
Cypriots appears weekend competition in Talla- Majorettes were
I have settled down into a sitz- rated superior and two major. /
C D F I Fair through hassee over the weekend.The .
krieg which at least is spari" ette duets by Cynthia Babers
lives. Tuesday. Low tonight in the r, uaa4n and Marteen Layfield and Linda
t i I ; euae top superior rating was
; j
60s. High Tuesday 86 to 92. I
! r Swift, sharp forays by Greek Mostly south and southwest F given the Gainesville High Lastinger and Sandy Sadler
t
,gee a, and Turkish Cypriots into each winds 5 to 15 miles an + School 95 piece band with P. received superior ratings.

other's territory since the Christ- hour. K. Yonge getting a good rating. GHS superior solos and en-

mas eruption of the civil conflict I1MM \ ;W GHS also received superior sembles were:

have been replaced by sporadic with A -isolated Partly afternoon cloudy through showers.Tuesday Not ( r i ratings in marching and s i ghtr Twirling --' Reeda Mattair, 1

shooting, mostly at night. much change in temperatures. Lowest e a ding competition at t he .Jan Purvis, Sandra Allen, Celia -
tonight 66-70. in the
I Seven thousand U.N. soldiers 80s. Highest Tuesday weekend judging sponsored by Danford, Pat Toole, Dandy
from Britain Canada Ireland B Fair through Tuesday. Low tonight e the Florida Bandmasters Assn.
,
Ii in the Ms. High Tuesday 80 ta Buckler, Pam Douglas, Carol
i .Sweden and Finland with small I 85 on south the and coast southwest, 85 to 90 winds inland S to Mostly 15 GHS has a record of 91 super. O'Berry, and Gayle Reeves.

units of civil police from cooper- miles an hour.E ratings and three good ratingsin Trumpet solo Dan Bowles.

, .1 Pp ating countries, are planted in tonight H -in the Fair Ms through High Tuesday Tuesday.85 Low to O1 a its 18-year record in contest Flute trio Marilyn Ahrano, )'

the major trouble spots on the 90.hour Variable, mostly westerly winds 5 during to 15 afternoon.G miles an. participation.The Diane Sook and Mary Ann Don-
a. r. island. J K Fair through Tuesday. GAINESVILLE WEATHER aldson.
O l Tuesday 80 75 member P. K.
The United Nations does not too $5t Mostly8southeast i 5 to 15 Municipal Airport readings Yonge Brass quartet Dan Bowles,

pretend its activity has reduced miles an hour.ALMANAC for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: band was rated excellent in Garry Miller, Chris Poole and

the tension. But top officers say Sunset today ................. 7:13 p.m. High 90 at 3 pjn., low 61 at Mike Gamball.P. .
... .
I Sunrise
5:39
they are satisfied that at least Moon invisible oev'M: : .. 4.02 :::.. 5 a.m. No rain.TEMPERATURES. ]More About K. Yonge superior solo s

the combat is contained to fixed Spica PROMINENT, due south STARS, ........ 10:33 ".m. ELSEWHERE were a timpani solo by D i clue
' positions. Arcturus high overhead .... 11:24 p.m. Hord[ and a flute solo by Cathe
VISIBLE PLANETS High Low Pre ip.
't AUH2Oin'64L Venus sets ................ 10:07 p.m. Jacksonville 91"7 Rising.A .
L More About Saturn rises ........... 2:22 a.m. Tampa 86 68MARINE VotingFrom I
FORECAST Atlanta 80 65 drum duet and a flute

J a chemist breaking down components in this case, presidential- EAST GULF: Fair. Variable winds New New York Orleans 88 73 69 57 solo rated excellent and a clari-

hopeful Barry Goldwater Congressman William Cramer was here over the 5 to 15 knots through Tuesday mostly WashingtonChicago 75 84 54 57 net quartet and a flute trio fromP.
Haney westerly during afternoon. 1
weekend seeking GOP support for his national convention slate pledged to Kansas City 82 59 .15 Page K. were rated good.
CEDAR KEY TIDES 71 40 .01
II Goldwater. The election is May 26. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) Denver Ft. Worth 85 70 .15 Other e x c e 11 ent ratings for
1 From Page 1 Tuesday High at 2:12 a.m. and Los Angeles 11 54 porters will seek a delegationmore GHS were for two flute s o los,
.1.24 p.m. Low at 7:39 a.m. and 8:31 p.m. Seattle S9 40
.I strongly committed to the a saxzphone solo, a cornet solo,

Want Arkansas I II. More About She did the choregoraphy for Five-Day ForecastTemperature senator.On a horn solo, a trombone solo, '
1
the hit flute quartet, two clarinet
Broadway "Funny Girl" Oregon's ballot Friday are quartets -
'I which stars Barbra Streisandin and t h ree cornet t r i os.
Goldwater Rockefeller
will be near or a to 75 in the Keys. The normal Lodge, ,
Rights a musical version of the life little Rain is Nixon, Gov. Scranton of Penn- Good ratings went to a clari-
above normal. Normal maximum is in the 80s.
of Fanny Brice. Miss net solo and a trombone solo.
I.Wide Open AgainBy also Haney 1 minimum in the 60s, except 70 likely Thursday or Friday. sylvania and Sen. Smith of
I. was chreographer for other Maine. I

From Page One :,shows, including "She Loves More About More About
t WICK TEMPLE they are not taking an active Me" and "The Flower Drum ,I Lodge, Nixon and Scranton all

I HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP- part in the legalization cam- amendments. Song." i have said they are not candi-
A spokesman at the chief VietNam dates for the nomination but RunOffFrom
The swanky casinos in this paign. Johnson told audiences North
medical examiner's office in would accept it.
once-glittering resort are silent, and South that civil bill
a rights
They hope that the illegal Manhattan said an autopsy was
closed by order of Gov. OrvalE. eration will resume as it has op- will be passed, even if round-I I being performed to determinethe From Page 1 The same team that helped Page 1
Faubus, but a vigorous cam- O i
Lodge spring a surprise victory
several times over the centurythat the-clock Senate sessions are re cause of death. I
paign is under way to make Hot Springs has had gam- quired. Neither the hospital here about the alleged plot. Curious aspects of the incident in New Hampshire's primary the runoff was civil rights and

Arkansas the second state with bling. Under this situation, only where she died, nor the hospitalin "You can say that I have no prompted questions by, two months ago has been work that all other differences be- :

legal casino gambling. .a small city tax comes out of Two Negro civil rights lead- New Jersey to which she comment to make, absolutelyno some Western sources. They, ing hard in Oregon for several tween him and High were sec-

The Hot Springs Chamber of the more than $50 million an- ers-James A. Farmer, director was first taken on Thursday comment," he told reportersin questioned why 'the wire had I weeks. ondary.High

1 tions Commerce to get is circulating a constitutional peti nual gambling; take. of the Congress of Racial Equality -I I illness.would disclose the nature of her Bonn. been laid two days in advance, A victory by Lodge would be said Burns was cloudingthe
Reliable
said Viet-
sources a real issues with racism be-
amendment on the November Legalization would give the and Dr. Martin Luther King I However thereby increasing the risk of f no surprise this time; polls have
a professional as- namese policeman happened of his
on cause (Burns) allegianceto
, election ballot gamblers security butt would Jr. discovery. ,shown him leading the field for
head
legalizing gam- of the Southern Chris- sociate said she had returned i the plot about 10 p.m. Saturday "vested interests.

1 bling. I impose state and county taxes, tian Leadership Conference May 1 from working on the Lon- when he spotted an underwater I Others suggested opponents of f, several weeks. Rockefeller and High addressed the Cuban i

The chamber must get 30,800 and it would provide for as appealed in radio-television interviews don version of "She Loves Me" swimmer near the bridge. The Khanh may have been trying to, Goldwater waged strong early Club's mother's day celebrationin I
signatures on the petitions by many as seven casinos in Hot against weakening the and had campaigns in Gregon but Gold-
1 developed pneumonia. swimmer and two other men in scare off McNamara rather than I Tampa in Spanish and later
f July 2 to place the issue before Springs, possibly spreading the bill through amendments. the arrested. assassinate him. One of the defense -water cut back his campaigning
area were appeared before faculty members -
the This is to business thin for the present Lecture SeriesContinltes recently.The .
voters. expected
i One was in a public lavatorynear secretary's objectives is tc I and their families at the

,I be relatively easy. But not the three big operators.The Hoffa Here the bridge and about 150 strengthen the Khanh regime. Oregon primary could University of South Florida.He .
battle that will follow. Legal
Hot Springs Chamber of yards of wire trailed out of the Khanh's opponnts received a I play a big role in Nixon's politi- said his campaign is basedon

! Foundation The Arkansas which Christian Civic Commerce is for the legalization Dr. Gilbert C. Tolhurst, headof structure. Police dug up 50 rebuke Sunday from the Bud, cal future. He has left the door the idea that a man "couldbe

represents as any other chamber in Fees Under the physiological and pounds of explosives in a kerosene -dist Association of South VietNam t l wide open for the nomination elected who is not for sale"
churches in
: 2,200 evangelical defeat the nation might be for an in- chology branch of the Office psy-of can in a mudbank.The in a declaration of support; and last week expressed his and he promised that if electedhe
the state is mobilizing to
i- dustrial campaign. That's what Naval Research in Washington, informants said the three for the strongman-premier gratitude for the efforts of two would abolish the Legislative
the gambling amendment.
-, gambling is here-an industry. Scrutiny men-two of them Viet Cong U.S. Secretary of State Dear I former aides who Committee whichhe
,I "It doesn't have a chance," Chamber will be a guest speaker of the campaign Investigations ,
I members hurt
said Dr. William E. Brown, executive were Department of Speech commu- agents and the third a "strong Rusk opened a diplomatic drive have been seeking votes for him said "serves no useful pur-

t director of the founda- by the shutdown. The tourist WASHINGTON (AP) Sec- nications sciences lecture series suspe "-confessed to the plot for Western support for the: in Oregon since late April. pose."

I tion. "We have thousands of trade slacked, conventions can- retary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz tonight at 8 in Room 332 Tigert during a night of interrogation.Their South Vietnamese government t High also lashed at what he

" volunteers that will be working celed. Some 600 persons were began today an investigation of leader, who fled, had on his arrival in the Hague Sunday : The 18 Republican delegates called "the phospate people and

to keep gambling:dead. night ,clubs that operated along the use of union funds to pay Hall.His topic will be "Office of intended to set off the explosivefrom for the meeting of foreign I chosen Friday will be bound by the timber tycoons," whom he
t. with the casinos has remainedput law to vote for the winner of the
II And gambling is dead at legal fees for Teamster Presi- Naval Research Branch Re- the lavatory as the Mc- ministers of the North AtlanticTreaty said should pay a severance tax,
out of work. of the
Only one I President
least for the present. Faubus dent James R. Hoffa. search Program in Hearing." Namara motorcade passed, Organization. The initial] Oregon primary. with the revenue footing the
open. Johnson is unopposed for the 24
clamped on the lid in March The Labor said The public is invited. they said. response was not encouraging. bills for better schools.Gainesville .

Department ,,,,, ,.. __ Democratic votes.
I after the Arkansas House voted -> -- -" -- H "
the investigation began after a 1 Nebraska Republicans will,
More About
I 91-3 t oask Hot Springs authorities complaint by 16 members of choose six district convention! Sun

to enforce the state's anti- Teamster Local No. 107 in Phil 4* : J
; w y delegates in the primary. Mostof Published evenings except
gambling laws. ShineFrom adelphia that Hoffa had been A the candidates say they favor Saturday, and Sunday morn-

The gamblers themselves- using union funds in violation of Goldwater for president.In ings by the Gainesville Publishing -
I the men who own the three big the Landrum-Griffin Act. I ,. Company at 101 SE
West Virginia, 14 Republican -
2nd Place. Gainesville Florida,
in Hot
casinos Springs sayIn
The law delegates will be elected. and entered as second class
provides that if
a union -
the Court of the County Judge. Alachua Page 1 Twelve more GOP convention matter at the Post Office at
County. Florida. In Probate.In member is charged with I Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
re: Estate of violating his trust 1; delegates will be selected when !
and
the
IDA MAE WILLIAMS or- Sk
Deceased. leaves and brushwood were ganization and its officials Vermont Republicans convene I RATES BY
To All Creditors and Persons Having piled over it. A trapdoor refuse + CARRIER OR MAIL
Claims or Demands Against Said Es- open- or fail, to take action, any f Saturday. I
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tate: ed into the roof. union member in federal /'/ / Goldwater supporters claims : 1 Week .45
notified may sue
You and each of you are hereby yq
and required to present any claims The stash was almost airtight, or state court to recover $s *I he will have at least 450 first 3 Mos. $5.85
and demands which you. or either of and the sweet distinctive 'b ballot votes another 86 if"
odorof plus
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All
you. may have against the estate of IDA union funds or prop- n F w mail subscriptions must
MAE WILLIAMS deceased late of said moonshine could not be rec- erty. he wins the June 2 California I be paid in advance.
County, to the County Judge of Alachua f
County. Florida at his office In the ognized with the trapdoor: primary. Rockefeller has made;11 Member of Audit Bureau of
court house of said County at Alachua I The Philadelphia Teamsters ,
closed, according to officers. delegate claims, and at
Florida within six calendar months from s a sr i iNV ik no pres- Circulation.All .
the time of the first publication of this One man who could testify to asked Wirtz to investigate their ent has only 4, but is expected,
notice. Each claim or demand shall be material contained herein Is
In writing and shall state the place of this was Deputy Sheriff John charges promptly and provide to nail down most of the 92 New j the property of the Gainesville
residence and post office address of the Yarbrough, who had apparently them with the results of the in- York delegates June 2. Victory j Publishing Company. (c) 1964. Reproduction
claimant and shall be sworn to by the In whole or In part Is
claimant agent attorney. and any such unknowingly walked over the vestigation, so they may take in California would give him 86: strictly forbidden without the written
claim or demand not so filed shall be appropriate action. ( permission of the publisher.
'void. stash several times while more. I ___n _
Leona Administratrix Hardy of the Estate searching the vicinity. The Labor Department said -
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of IDA MAE WILLIAMS deceased refused to divulge
Agents any the results of the investigationwill EARL C. MAY > ;
BARTON & BURWELL further details concerning the be made public.
Administratrix
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Gainesville. Florida ligation.natural The investigation is providedfor
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gas whether any person has violated Sun's composing room. They toured the Sun from "top to bottom" Friday to '1$ Phone FR 2-3576

law. or is about to violate" the find out just what "newspapering" is all about. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis) I '


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Backs Arabs First Birthday At Age of 120 = 'i


I WARROAD, Minn. (AP-Ka May 14 was chosen because .=
II KeeKaKee Sic,''Chippewa Indian records-some descended from-

I In Jordan River medicine man believed to be Indian legends indicate that':::

DisputeCAIRO 120- will have the first birthdayof KaKeeKagkee Sic was born 3l

his life May 14. about 120 years ago "after the =

Despite his age, KaKeeKaKeeSic return of the wild geese" and ,=
(AP-Soviet) Premier dan. always be available for peoples '
Khrushchev never was able to fix his "shortly after the ice left lake -
gave his support to The 70-year-old premier also seeking self-determination. --
the Arab world today in its opposition -assailed British occupation of birth date. But the City Council of the woods. :
to diversion of the Jordan military bases in Cyprus and The 360 members of the as- decided a tribute was necessaryfor "He'll never see 116 again on ::
River waters by Israel. Aden. His government supportsthe sembly cheered and applauded the oldest resident of War- that I'm sure" said Erick StarreD .=

Speaking to the United ArabRepublic's "just and reasonable" demands -throughout the speech, which road a town of 1'400 in north- who came to Warroad in ..h..,.,..
Khrushchev delivered in Rus- western Minnesota. 1898 at age --
one-party National of local populations for = _
sian. It was translated into Ar- -
Assembly Khrushchev said Israel the evacuation of these and all .. i
I abic by a Soviet interpreter.
planned to "rob the Arab other foreign bases, the Soviet
world of its own water." leader said. "THE WORLD'S GREATEST ORCHESTRA" ...::;

Khrushchev called on Israel to "The presence of foreign! armies TV '-
Equal The
Implement U.N. resolutions on is the source of danger, 4 y PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
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Palestine, which would reduce tension and disputes between -\

i Israel's present frontiers. countries," Khrushchev added. Time LikelyIn Eugene Ormandy Director ":
The assembly rose en masse He denied that there was any -
in boisterous cheering at Khru- contradiction between the Soviet

shchev's new declaration of support I Union's stated policy of seeking CampaignBy Wednesday May 20
for the Arabs. 'international understanding and -

The Israelis have announcedthat its shipments of arms to foreign JACK BELL
some time this summer trouble spots. 8:15 P.M. _

they will begin diverting watersof "It is true that we give arms WASHINGTON (AP) The Open For BusinessUnder .
the Jordan to irrigate the for the struggle against imper- Republican presidential nominee All Seats $2.06 tax incl. j

Negev Desert. The Arabs have ialism and for the sacred may get equal time, but he -
the direction of Gainesville Selig Goldin, two campaign checks =
attorney taken. Send
Mail orders to
threatened counter action to cut struggle of national liberation, is unlikely to get on the same
workers L-R Mrs. William and Mrs. L. J. Banninger help set the
( ) Wolking up
off the headquarters of the Jor he said. "Our armaments willPolitical television screen with President Council University of Florida.
Johnson in the campaign. Robert King High Gainesville headquarters at 18 SW Second Ave. High didn't Lyceum

have a campaign headquarters in Alachua County for the first primary. Tickets will be held at the door.
Congress has ready for actiona

compromise bill to suspendfor
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0. the Democratic and Republican Varied 'Shot' OnlyClear
presidential nominees the Mishaps

provision of the CommunicationsAct

It s *r z a which requires broadcasters Word MEET TONIGHT

to make equal time avail- Claim 28 LivesBy

able for all candidates if free Pilot with other I
time is given to one. SpokeCONCORD I
persons who are
__ Passage of this legislation THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Negro couple from Tampalost k. d
Calif. AP
( )
Y Ft presumably would open the way Five members of a Wabasso their lives when their car c HAYDON ;
for: television-radio debates between family burned to death, a dragster swerved out of control on U.S. "Shot," the one clear word from -

i I ; the major candidatessuch ; careened off a racetrackinto 90 in Madison County. They'an airliner before it crashed,I t. : I BURNS f

as those between Sen. JohnF. a crowd, and a Mother's were Fred Roberts, 46, and Cora ]has top-level investigators probing 14 WORKERSAT
i Kennedy and Vice President Day's picnic turned into tragedy; Roberts, 52. for clues to the death of 44.

Richard M. Nixon in 1960. this weekend in a series of accidents 'aboard, one of them a passen-
which claimed 28 lives. Three persons drowned when
While there has been no final ger informed sources said carried '
s their car skidded 100 feet into a :
r decision, top Democrats do not The Wabasso family fire victims ,i south Dade County canal. They a new insurance policy anda 7:30p.m.The: :
Eddie Ewell 42 his
,
expect President Johnson to were gun.
were Ottis O'Neal 40, Lucille
a to face-to-face debate with wife Pearl, 33, and their youngs-
agree Dennis, 40, and Mrs. Dennis' 17- Twenty-five Civil Aeronautics Gainesville ,.,.
his ters Mary Ann, 6, Brenda, 3,
Republican opponentInstead
year-old daughter, Bobbie, all of :Board officials sought to learnif Burns for Governor ...
'and Eddie Jr., 2, all Negroes.A L .
take Homestead. i the "
Johnson
may headon crash between two diving crash Thursdaywas Headquarters
televised; time to discuss the is- autos 25 miles west of Panama Forest Edward White, 20, of' caused by any physical in- t

sues and state the case: for his ;City killed three persons in- Okeechobee, was killed when he I capacity of the crew. 301 S. MAIN _: I
: election. His GOP rival would was run over by a dragline while A force of FBI men probed and .""
Join with
I cluding two recent graduates of I Meetings every Mon., Wed. & Fri nights. us j
; r x f have the same amount of time the Charity Hospital Nursing working on a dredging projectat I the possibility of crime aboard support Haydon Bums for Governor. '... I

for the same purpose, but would :School in New Orleans. Fort Pierce. 1 the plane. I PHONE 6.8990 or 6.7839 !
appear separately.The I We Welcome the Active Support of All the Other Candidates .... '
Arthur Ford, 27, of Fort My-
The victims Neither
--- were graduatesPaul agency would com- (Pd. Adv.)
late President Kennedy. Edward Goodwin, 25, of ers was killed when his car hit ]ment while the investigationwas

'Rivals'Sheriff I II told a news conference that he Arlington, Va., and Diane Wardof a bridge north of the PolkHardee 1 under way. There were

would debate his Republican op ; Fort Walton Beach. Billy Joe County line. I these developments: Special features of the I

I Joe Crevasse and Tax Collector Shellie ponent. Republicans already are ..Lovell of Panacea, alone in the Oscar Forbes, 52, of Gifford, :
McKinney don't run for the same office but they citing this pledge and suggesting 'second car, was also killed. was killed by a car in Indian 1. The CBA played for news-! Fabulous 400

are "opponents at the polls." They're candidates for that Johnson is ducking a Two men were killed when a River County and Clarence men a tape recording of a gar- ..: a.;; Gas Range

the unofficial title of "Alachua County's Biggest I debate. Florida East Coast Railway I James Battle, 38, of Birmingham bled radio transmission from : Built-in rotisserie -

Vote Getter." As the two studied final returns from The President was said to feel switch engine rammed their car Ala., was killed near Des- the pilot's compartment of the ":T.5. a adds new .. ,_
and
fun
Tuesday's election they the title had that the situation this year is Miami Pacific Air Lines Fairchild F27 5 variety I
saw swung and it landed in the tin.Joseph to meal planning
back to Crevassee (left). The sheriff first held the different from 1960 when neitherof canal. Hilton Trimm, 18, of moments before it plunged nose I

title in 1956 when he polled 10,287 votes, the most the major party candidateswas They were Buddy Joyner 32, Gainesville was killed when he first into the green hills near 5 Automatic control

ever by a single Alachua County candidate. Then in carrying the responsibilities of Miami and Horance B. Mac- tripped and fell beneath a car here on a flight from Reno to roast provides succulent

4 1960 McKinney drew a record 11,739 votes. Tuesday of the presidency. What Comber, 41, of West Hollywood.A he was helping push on the University San Francisco. .: :: roasts
Crevasse had ballots in his they had to say did not consti- of Florida done the way "
12,621 cast name. (Sun Frances campus. Some
10-year-old girl, heard the lines .
"I've S
as: like them
Photo Eddie Davis tute American policy as would Mack W. Creed 37 of Nep- you
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by II
drowned Kissimmee
Buxton been medium
any statement of a president. near shot! I've been shot! Oh rare,
tune Beach disappeared off the
Separate appearances of the while swimming in a pit jetties at Mayport near Jack- my God, help!" Others didn'thear
nominees might deny Johnson's near her home. it that way. But all agreed
r Extra Sensory Perception opponent some political adver- Mac Brameister, 30, of Palmetto sonville.drowned. He was presumed i they heard the word "shot." :::. : Sizzle or'N well
killed when a small
tising he could get by being on was Thomas G. Brown of Pensa- 2. Washington sources said Simmerburner

Called Space Flight NeedMIAMI the time same with the screen President.at the same plane In the he Fruitville was flying farming crashed com-in cola and Mrs. Addie Nees of the FBI established that a revolver r':, ::SS-vsanvsz -r isdesigned andengineered ..n,

DeFuniak Springs were killedin found in the wreckagehad xe o' ; i in
He had taken off from
munity. 3
Some of Nixon's supporters in a two car collision near De- been fired six times. The two pieces .
BEACH, Fla. (AP) -1 Lied to her gravitational apron 1960 opposed his decision to appear the Sarasota-Bradenton airport. d A ,>y easy to clean,
Funiak
\ Springs Sunday night. sources said also the
FBI had .. ..
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declaredtoday A seashore Mother's Day cele- ; :: 'a.b portholes
A space psychologist :strings. in debate with Kennedy. :z>r' : no
Mrs. Jean Spain, 38, of Temple traced
ownership of the .357 u to clog
bration turned into fora
that scientists must ex- felt that the vice tragedy
They presidentwas
Dagle said "we can only the- Terrace was killed in a two-car Smith & Wesson Handy cutting
magnum revolver -
plore extra sensory perception I orize as to how an astronaut much more widely known Jacksonville family. Guy Hy- accident west of Lake Wales. to Frank Gonzalez board an
-ESP-or other mental processes -:might react when, finally, the by the voters than the senator field, 20, drowned while attempt San Francisco 27, of exclusive ....
as a means of communi- gravitational and was only helping his opponent ing to teach his 15-year-old sis an expert at provides a
strings
are sev- ter and friend to swim. The Awriglit Now! crewing a yacht as a pastime, a convenientwork
astronautswho television a
cating with future ered get exposure.Technical
and he finds himself in the sometime waiter, and area in
millions of miles sister said a wave overwhelmedthem. recentlya front ff range.
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voyage apparent center of a dimensionless warehouseman.
from earth. sphere of black, relieved Point The girls managed to WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -During SEEiJ.nI v II

Everett F. Dagle, chief of data only by sharp pinpoints of light reach shore.A a church service a priest Gonzalez, a member of the I ...

sciences for the Air Force Cam- from the stars. There will be FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) spectator was killed at a walked down an aisle sprinklingholy Philippine yachting team in the!..1 I -
Research Laboratories, Tampa dragstrip Saturday night water on worshipers.A 1960 Olympics, had been livingin
bridge no up, no down no front, no Ed Arnold of Frankfort paid 12 S.W. 1st St. Phone 376-5392
when a dragster careened out drop fell on the neck of a
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told the 35th back. the fine but argued that he real- ,,_
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the Aerospace Dagle said that space travelers ly hadn't been driving without
tion that the research may produce to minimize any sense of I an auto license. Arnold explained year-old Ruby Phillips of New and indignantly asked: II

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J." Qi-ctf1tt5ttill Sun The- South Listens BELOW OL OLYMPUS By Interlaitdi: I




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3frm dark CTimw er cannot disown President Franklin D. Roosevelt,and he } ,.
By JAMES RESIGN Johnson. has Franklin D. RooseveltJr.
JOHN' K. HABAISOK. President and
t rablUhen FAT COWLES. Vie President EN ROUTE, Appalachia When his daughter Lyndawas on the platform with him.
'. i ED JOHNSON. Tic President Touring the South with Presi- born 20 years ago, He knows most of them oppose I II'
Florida's Beautiful and Exee U,. Editors W. G. (Bill dent Johnson is a little like the first man he called up to his program of equal

Ott, EBEESOLZ. Vlc President BOB TABTAG-and Ad- going back.to the old evange- announce the news was Rep. rights,< yet he says, using the jjl )
veHlslnc Dlreetori II
.. 'University City LIONE. Tic President sax C"rettl lical Chautauqua circuit. He Carl Vinson of Georgia, who Biblical idiom of the South: f yj )

lieD MancgM. is Andy Jackson in a jetliner, was on the platform with the "In God's praise and un- r .

1 THE SUN'S POLICY vaulting the A p palachian President here on Friday. der God's guidance, let all of !( a I
.j range in a half an hour, and When Lynda was introducedto us resolve this morning to : i ir
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns loving and exorting the Southat the Georgia legislators at help heal the last fading scars i

1 : 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials every stop. Friday's breakfast, she said of old battles Heed not '
I .. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The exhausted Washingtonpress simply that she felt at home in those who would come wavingthe I'I'I I'eRJf.ZAJ
I a corps chases after him Georgia and referred to Georgia's tattered and discredited 1
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441
in amazement, noting downall Sen. Richard B. Russell, banners of the past, who seekto 1
Want Ads-376-4672 the flattery and exaggera- who is leading the fight stir old hostilities and kin-

I tion, but this combination of against her fat h er's civil dle old hatreds, who prea c h li.F .

I' I A Gesture of Hope his Southern origins, his rights bill and was conspicu- battle' between neighbors and t
present power and his politi- ously absent at the breakfast, bitterness etween s t ates.

I cal skill may very well proveto as "my beloved friend, who That.is the back toward t he 1i4L'
The significance for disarmament This is the significance of the be the most significantpart helped raise me ." anguish from which we all I

I of the cutbacks in production of nu joint announcement.If of his administration.He Even the members of the came ." / I I
material the Georgia legislature who hate '
i; clear explosive by The South has never lacked
United States and the Soviet Union the cutbacks in nuclear explo- TURNED out more Johnson's civil rights bill and for spokesmen who it
urged
than half a million people in who applaud Senator Rus-
: remains to be proved. Both President sive production are not reflected in the streets of Atlanta, in sell's decision not to atte n d to look to the future. It has

; Johnson and Premier Khrushchevwere reductions in total military spend- Rocky Mount, N.C., and the Johnson breakfast, knew produced probably more good 1 s 1'I

careful to tell their people that ing, the psychological gain will soon Gainesville, Ga., his audiences this just happened to be true. newspaper editors in the 1 ast I
than other "Oh, oh! You've been of 'haterou' I
to
generation
sec-
one
any your -
they were not reducing military disappear. These actions then would were larger than the total
"
tion of the It has lis- J
country. meetings again tonight!
THEY
population of the two towns, MAY disagree with
strength. mean merely that the arms race was tened but -
; attentively skeptically
and his message are perfectly the President but he is one of
shifting to other areas of military over the generations to
clear. them. When he talks about
Johnson said that "by bringing development.The His speech, his manner and civil rights he quotes not Walter Prescott Webb tellingit I = ON THE RIGHTSuicide -
what oil modern insec-
; production (of plutonium and en- address, his stories, his remi- northerners but Southernerslike I
ticides, the new fertiliz e r s,
in line with need, criticisms by niscences of the past, his Attic u s Haygood, the
riched uranium) some congressmen water power, milo maize, and Of
emphasis on family and president of Emory College,
we reduce tension while maintaining that this is "unilateral disarma- air-conditioning were going to
i friendship, his fantastic per- who said in 1880: "We in the
all necessary power." ment" and that the U. S. should not sonal recollections of local and South have no divine call to do for the South in the last i

cut output of nuclear explosives un- state politicians, were all so stand eternal guard by the half of the 20th century.IT .

Khrushchev said his government less the Russian cut is verified by genuinely Southern that nobody graves of dead issues." HAS HEARD the faith The WestBy

-- had "examined the question to what inspection do not make much sense. could possibly challengehim. about When poverty the President he :talks and the wondrously disarming I
says
limit (in reduc- If the U. S. were actually reducingits stories of Henry Grady about
country can go
our But his point was unmistakable. "Over my bed in the WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
ing production of fissionable ma- ability to wage.nuclear war, such "Justice," he said, referring White House in Washington the glorious future of the I

: terials) without in any way criticisms would be valid. But there to the motto of t h estate I keep a little picture of the South but all this was less im It is a gloomy thing to do, views are too conservative.

t I : weakening the firmness of the seems to be no question in that either of Georgia 'Wisdom, tiny, three room home whereI portant. but for those of us who love American moralizers pounceon
side is cutting its capacity to blow justice, and moderati 0 n' = was born, the son of a ten- Now it is the President of the West a necessary exercise the John Birch Society as
: nuclear rocket shield. "means justice the ant farmer who worked on the United States who speaksnot a threat from within and
among : to look to the future
the other side to pieces by even a only for but to the South, studiously ignore the Com
races I will never feel the 'halves, and his cotton
single kiloton. The production of and the difference is taking account of the con- mittee of
important. -
actual Correspondence
: American and Russian that I have done justice to my crop was about eight bales a
the
Yet both weapons will not be retarded fora high office until every sectionof year. It reminds me everyday It is a long time since the traction of the West's boun- which advocates universal
J : leaders look upon this action as long time. this country is linked in a where I came from. But South has had a voice in the daries during the last two surrender because the left

: a sign of reduction in tensions as a single purpose a joint devotionto more important, it remindsme White House that it really lis- generations, and ask, Will the is the wave of the future. A

: "continuation of the course set at bring an end to injustice, to of the people I serve." tened to, and this may proveto West Survive? The an- monopoly labor union ties up
: the conclusion of the treaty banning The Atomic Energy Commission bring an end to poverty, and be one of the most impor- swer of course is thatit all the newspapers in New

in Khrushchevs maintains the tightest secrecy about to bring an end to the threatof HE KNOWS the history of tant facts of our time. will not unless the present York, and all the shipping!
nuclear tests
: weapons the amounts of refined uranium and conflict among na- the South and he tells them Gainesville did not applaudthe trend is reversed. Every day, along the Atlantic seaboardbut

: words. plutonium in its stockpiles. But Lo- tions ." exactly what role Georgia n s President's appeal for the in every way, the enemy protests are perfunctory

ren K. Olson, a former member of played in the writing of the civil rights bill this week. It seems either to be making one does not take action
The cutbacks in production of fissionable THE SOUTH would proba- Constitution and how many was almost silent, but it is listening progress on its own specific against the working class.
: the commission, has estimated that account, or else to succeed in Day after day it is revealed
bly hesitate to take this from went to the last three wars to_the White House for
: material were announced at by the middle of this year the U. S. anybody else, but even the and how many died. He the first time in generations, diluting the defenses of the that enemy agents are suc-

: the samj time as the result of a series will have a surplus of $1 billion most segregationist Southern- knows they still respect and this is not unimportant. West. One month the Commu- ceeding in mining the secret

of private exchanges between worth of processed uranium, chiefly nists will take over a fresh archives of our defense sys-
: Johnson and Khrushchev. Johnson country Cuba, say; another tem but isolated calls far
in the
form of enriched uraniumand
the Communists will
per- strengthening our loyalty se-
: also consulted with British Prime in obsolete PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARIES suade
weapons. a Western country to curity procedures are rebuffed
: Minister Douglas-Home. diminish its opposition per- for fear of the taintof

Clearly, the administration hopes suade France, say, to recognize McCarthyism.IT .

t : However, this does not mean that that this move can lead to significant the legitimacy of the
The GOP's Great Reform Communist government in REQUIRES superb
: the u.s. action was based on con- moves to reduce armaments, China. What will one thou- powers of synthesis to take I

: siderations of similar action by the with international inspection to veri- sand such transactions add up hold of such diverse phenomena -

: Soviet Union. President Johnson had fy the reductions. Apparently, the Neat Unrk mlws hope, if not the belief, thata national medium of choice, to, if not the defeat of the as these and dozens of

: decided some weeks ago that this Soviet Union government hopes. for By ARTHUR KROCK composite of freelyexpressed binding on the convention del- West? others and demonstrate how 1

country was accumulating a surplus the same thing. WASHINGTON The state preferences the egates of every state, either they all relate to a partial-ar:
: of fissionable material and would presidential preference pri- bulk of it in primaries the collosal cost would haveto BUT WILL IT strictly and identifiable social philosophy J
could be met by the American speaking have been a defeat? or world'! view. Moreover ,
maries in the states have seldom prevent an incumbent

: cut production on its own. The paral- We believe the entire world, excluding whole Or will it have been a pro- the demonstration( of their interrelatedness -
from people
come even close to attain- president being nomi- as a or only
: leI action by Russia has no direct the leaders of Red China ing the design of the Repub- nated over party oppositionthus multi-millionaires could con- longed act of suicide? The lat is not made by
: but it who the test it.With. ter. That is the conclusion of legerdemain. Mr. Burnham
military significance SMg- apparently want arms race lican Progressives of the strongly indicated.
j : gests a willingness on the part of to continue at full tilt, will hail these Nineteen Hundreds who in- Though President Taft was all the imperfectionsof an American writer and phil- does not pull any cute tricks,

: Khrushchev to contribute to a lessening actions by Russia and the U. S. and vented them. This purposewas renominated over powerful the limited system, how- osopher equipped who than is perhaps better other for the benefit of making
to supersede the decision- party opposition in 1912, they ever, the one use has revealeda any quickie debaters' points. He
I : of tension and to an atmosphere will join in the hope that it lead American to has
can making power of the state or- continued to believe in their number of interesting as- say why, and t o i done a job which is the
t for promoting further dis- to genuine steps toward disarma- ganizations at the nominating theory because his majorityover pects of the state of politicsin say why convincingly, read- ultimate tax on the intellec-

armament. ment. conventions with the com- Theodore Roosevelt had this country. Among them: ably, galvanizingly. Those tual talents of an individual
posite will of the party rank- its source in the bosscontrolled 1. Although there is no who seek to know what are who addresses himself to stra-
and-file as expressed in state- and subsidized southern doubt that President Johnson the root complaints of Ameri- tegic organization: he has

by-state referendums.But delegations of that period. But will be overwhelmingly nominated can conservatives a g a inst delved into myriad disorderly
the limited use of the Harry S. Truman thoroughly for election to the American policy in the nu- data and come up with a syn.
it office he fills by succession clear age can learn it now, thesis., Moreover, one which
method among the states, and disproved at the Democratic ,
Voice of! the People the fact that in some which National Convention of 1948 the existence of the primary between the covers of a single will appeal to the reader

employ it the convention dele- by getting the nomination system enabled a Southern volume. It is called Sui- ((20,000 of them already, according -

gations are not bound by the despite his defeat in the first Democratic opponent of the cide of the West, it is writtenby to the publisher, and

It results of the referendum, has presidential primary of that President's programs to expand James Burnham, and is only three weeks after publication -
;On The Sun's Opinion Page= blocked the path to the ob- year in New Hampshire his effort to the North. subtitled "The Meaning and ) as a work of cogency

jective the system was by the late Sen. Kefauver. The entrance of Gov. Wallaceof Destiny of Liberalism." Mr. and plausibility, and of such
\ :. Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters created to achieve. And this The remaining expectationof Alabama in the Wisconsin, Burnham's thesis is that thereis timeliness as to add up to
bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if A
must be signed and requested. letter shouldnot such
Indiana and Demo- a thing as an ideologyof revelation.A .
r exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The particularly describes the the authors of the presi- Maryland
Sun reserves,the right to reject I R tests confronted the to dominate Western thought Once time
intent.t condition in the Republican composite preference wouldat ence upon a James
t What Kind Of Since the question of availa- riching the lives of many Party this year. least prevail in the Opposi- party organizations in those and that it has a way of incapacitating Burnham was a follower of

t bility of art and music was young people.It On the face of the returns, tion Party crumble at the states with the necessity of us from the ex- Leon Trotsky. If I may be
School Image? raised in the radio broadcast seems ridiculous that a Sen. Goldwater has acquireda Democratic convention of drafting fictitious candidatesfor ercise of judgments that are .risque, I must say that I am

t EDITOR Sun: As a mother sponsored by the CAA highly skilled bandmaster in commanding lead over the 1952 to which Kefauver came the presidential nomina- appropriate to meeting the almost glad: because thereis
school teacher last Monday night, let us as- this county should teach only Republicans who actively, or with a heavy bag of delegates tion, since Johnson could not crisis of our time appropriate much to be learned from
former
and would a like to call atten- sign Band as the remain ing one period of band and spend as more or less inactively won at the primaries, and the be put in the position of con- J to ,achieving our own the sweep of Trot s k y's
I of our edu- course. Fees for this are $15, the remainder of his time ina "receptive," are involved in nomination went to Adlai E. testing primaries with the deliverance. thought, from the inside

tion to some areas that should be and we see that the hypothetical study hall. the contest for the party pres- Stevenson, who started with governor of Alabama. So Consider a number of apparently knowledge of Communist tac-
cational system sutdent has already exceeded While we are on the subjectof idential nomination of 1964. none. Gov. Reynolds of Wisconsin unrelated events in tics, and from his close rea-

examined both now at election the $30 proposed fee! study hall, I might add The positive reasons for this In alignment with this neg- Gov. Welch of Indiana I our recent history, events soning habits. Since then he

time and in the future. I wonder if what is contem- that for many students they situation include (A) The ative history, Wendell L. Will. and Sen. Brewster of Mary- which turned out to bear significantly has written several other im-
waste of
are time-for
which we a
oth-
The school system plated is not a retention of strong preference for the kie abandoned his attempt for land were obliged to pretendto on America's portant books, always com
:left was run on the principlethat the present fee system and the school ers, valuable.board Nevertheless, by Arizona Senator by the year- renomination in 1944 becauseof be contenders against the strength and standing. Whenon bining his intellectual skills "

public education shouldbe addition of another $30 to cov- of ruling, the privi- round organization leaders his defeat by Thomas E. President to keep the state that Tuesday night in Aprilof (he was professor of philosophy -
lege six
= FREE. I have chafed un- er other expenses? Is it not rather attending than classesa and workers in most states Dewey in a single primary preferences from being reg- C 1961 President Kennedywas at New York
day five is
:der a situation that was so time that our schools be sup- stricted to those students with re- especially in the Midlands, Wisconsin's. And the victoryof istered for Wallace by default. asked to supply air coverto at.age 25) and his journalistic

strict that it required the au- ported by tie taxpayers rather at least a B regard- the South and Southwest and Thomas E. Dewey in an- 2. To express their opposi- the liberation forces at the skills.he has written for everything I

thorization of a county committee than by individual students? less of the parent's average opinionon the Northwest; (B) The fact. other single primary, Ore-. tion to Goldwater's nomina- Bay of Pigs, he said Nohe from Partisan Re- .
to ask students to buya What is the purpose of hav- the subject.In that he has run unopposed in gon's in 1948, crushed the tion in their section of the was afraid of offending Latin view to The Reader's Digest)]

work book-and one could ing free text books and tack- the system we left, a stu- others; and (C) The choice of promising candidacy of Har- Indiana primary, more than .j American opinion. Albert Jay ,. I
':be pretty sure in advance that" ing on sufficient charges to dent might be advised to takea delegates in still others by the old E. Stassen. 100,000 Indiana Republicans- say that d Nock used IoU
-the answer would be "no. make the cost of "public" study hall if his grades convention system, which the This record exposes the were obliged to vote for Stas WHEN FRANCE and Eng American one
I My former principal would party organizations largely weaknesses of sen, whom the overwhelming land begged the United States: been
schooling'prohibitive to many were not high, but the decisionwas a system got to read
point out to me that I was families? left to the parent and student control. which devolves man-killing majority of these voters neither not to interfere with the military Social Statics Herbert Spencer's

-just one teacher trying to Try multiplying the above It should be recognizedthat Moreover his opponents in labor, and huge expendituresof wish nor expect to be nom- action aimed at recover- would have America
:teach one subject while a family set of fees by 4-a not un- some subjects do not re- the party have been unable to time and money, on the inated at San Francisco. ing the Suez isthmus (key to was been saved. He
might have several chi 1- heard number of children of quire homework and, furthermore unite on a single contestant, presidential aspirants who, 3. In other states, for the Africa and the Middle East), hundred exaggerating. I say if one
:dren in school and each child some students do NOT although the time in which like Goldwater and Rockefeller same reason or because write- President Eisenhower turneda could thousand Americasread
for
school a family or try be
-might take several courses age study in study halls. Again the this could be done effectivelyis seek the nomination ins are authorized by the primary deaf ear afraid of the of the got to Suicide

:requiring work books and ex- seven or eight the of answer is the limited numberof growing very short indeed. through extensive use of its laws, anti Goldwater stigma of colonialism. After be West, America would
to question .
Returning No
:tra fees. Since I have been in teachers and money; a Nevertheless, the outcomeof mechanisms. The basic flawis Republicans either had to President Truman got the I : I won't say it. But
its to am
and ;
music availability not
-Gainesville, I have taken the teacher can supervise more a single primary in Cali- apparent in the agreed destructive stay at home, scatter their Soviet Union's signature on exaggerating.
:time to write and tell him how all as Mr.Talbot says. It is my pupils than he can teach.. fornia not only could over- potential of the Cal- support, or try to concentrateon the terms of the Potsdam
that the numberof
-much I appreciate his vie w- understanding What kind of IMAGE come this composite of national ifornia primary.But an undeclared party eli- Agreement, he declined to .
:point now! band students is limited by should our schools project? In party'choice.. It could the alternative of a na- gible to contribute to the press for complianceafraidof

The question of fees has been other tests than ability to pay. the county we left, the imagewas even cancel Goldwater's in- tional party preference ref- "Stop Goldwater" effort. Such offending Good Old Joe, Still Herself
-much 4 in the news of late. The In the school system we left, cultural-and this may crement of power, implicit in erendum, in which the system maneuvers are as artificial as whose mellowing heart was
:$30 figure that has received at- it was the belief of school explain the emphasis on art his lead at this point, to be would include all the states the "presidential candida- the central anticipation of his

tention is not necessarily higher personnel that music partici- and music. Nevertheless foot- the convention kingmaker if and supervene the selection of cies" of Reynolds, Welch foreign policy. As day by day BOWLING GREEN. K y. CAP)

; :. than what some fairly type pation should be available to ball was supported, and I am he is denied the crown. And delegates by any state conven- and Brewster, except for the the situation in South Vietnam -Miss Margie Helm, a faculty _.
I leal students are already everyone who was interested; not advocating abolishing thisI this negative impact of a tion, has even deeper defects. write-in for Ambassa dor worsens, we nevertheless SSfVii Western Kentucky
:
-Ing. At Gainesville High pay- hence, the junior high school have been a fan myself. single primary, in a state Current candidates for the Lodge and Richard M. Nixon. decline to strike at the logistical has attended
School (population 1500)) had five But everything should have however populous, on a can- party nomination at least These are generally bases of the guerrillasin many teachers conferences In
pay the an following average student may bands and the senior high its proper place, and I do not didacy put so far in the lead can make a selection of the sions of sincere and definite expres- North Vietnam we fear her time. ., :'

::fee $3, mathematics$2: Activity, (slightly smaller) had three believe we wish to project a by a succession of victories, primaries they will contest, preference., escalation.Or She was at
Physical Education bands': Bandmasters tau g ht football image.To was neither foreseen nor intended thereby limiting the drain on So much at the midway come home: A department ) :lucb"sessIon
required $10 band five periods a day-a return to band and a com by the progressive Re- their time, their physical point of the seventh decade of chairman of a { recently when it came time for
two out of delegates
the last major
regular schedule like that of parison with football-the $15 publicans who originated the stamina and their financial this century for the "greatrelorm" university declines to to introduce themselve3. -
four years), English-l, scIence3 other teachers, thus utilizing fees do not cover trips which presidential primary system. resources. Also, if the prefer- of the Republican young member of his promotea .
lacu1-
home economics-$5. their special talents and enJ J<(Voice, continued on Page 7) They even indulged the ence primary were made a Progressives 50 years ago. ty on the grounds that his said"I'm, and still sat Margie down.Helm'" aha


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Sfrm Dark Gllmw! er cannot disown President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and he

By JAMES RESIGN Johnson. has Franklin D. RooseveltJr.

JOHN K. 8AB41SON.Pmhliskcri Prtddat ad EN ROUTE, Appalachia When his daughter Lyndawas on the platform with him

PAT COWLES. tic Fresl- Touring the South with Presi- born 20 years ago, He knows most of them oppose
deep ED JOHNSON, Vie I'l'tll4.
Florida's Beautiful M4 Eseeatfts Easters W. G. cams dent Johnson is a little like the first man he called up to his program of equal

EBEESOLE. Vic FreildeBt in* Advertising going back to the old evange- announce the news was Rep. rights, yet he says, using the

University" City DirceUn BOB TAETAGXJONE. lical Chautauqua circuit. He Carl Vinson of Georgia, who Biblical idiom of the South:

Vic rwUent M* CTemJ- is Jackson was on the platform with the
Uq Andy in a jetliner, "In God's praise and un-
MaatgerTHE
vaulting the A p palachian President here on Friday. der God's guidance, let all of 1 \

SUN'S POLICY range in a half an hour, and When Lynda was introducedto us resolve this morning to t ,taC

loving and exerting the Southat the Georgia legislators at help heal the last fading scars
1. Report the news fully and Impartially in the news' columns.
+ every stop. Friday's breakfast, she said of old battles Heed not
2. Express the opinions of the Sun in but
only in-editorials
The exhausted simply that she felt at home in
f 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. Washingtonpress those who would come wavingthe
corps chases after him Georgia and referred to Geor- tattered and discredited

The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 in amazement, noting downall gia's Sen. Richard B. Russell, banners of the past who seek yhIM j7Irr1

t Want Ads376.4672Gesture the flattery and exaggera- who is leading the fight to stir old hostilities and kin. l

tion, but this combination of against her father's civil dle old hatreds, who prea c h 1 4 4

his Southern origins, his rights bill and was conspicu- battle between neighbors and I

A of Hope present power and his politi- ously absent at the breakfast, bitterness etween s t ates.

I .. cal skill may very well proveto as "my beloved friend, who That is the back toward t he

The significance for disarmament This is the significance of the be the most significant helped raise me ." anguish from which we a 11

I I of the cutbacks in production of nuclear joint announcement.If part of his administration.He Even the members of the came .*" 1. ,
Georgia legislature who hateJohnson's
explosive material by the The South has never lacked
TURNED out more civil rights bill and
I United States and the Soviet Union the cutbacks in nuclear explo- than half a million people in who applaud Senator Rus- for spokesmen who urged it

I remains to be proved. Both President sive production are not reflected in the streets of Atlanta, in sell's decision not to atte n d to look to the future. It has

w! Khrushchev reductions Rocky Mount N.C. the Johnson breakfast, knew produced probably more good
Johnson and Premier in total military spend- and editors in the 1 ast (]gJUI.IJOQS M s Zls
newspaper
their that the Gainesville, Ga., his audiences this just happened to be true.
were careful to tell people ing, psychological gain will soon generation than any other sec-
were larger than the "Oh oh! You've been
total to of 'hate-
they were not reducing military disappear. These actions then would THEY tion of the country. It has lis- one" your
MAY
population of the two towns, disagree with group' meetings again tonight!
: strength. mean merely that the arms race was and his message are perfectlyclear. the President but he is one of tened attentively but skepti-

shifting other areas of military them. When he talks about cally over the generations to
I Walter Prescott Webb
Johnson said that "by bringing development.The His speech, his manner and civil rights ,he quotes not telling ON THE RIGHTSuicide =
1i it what oil, modem insecticides -
i address, his stories, his remi- northerners but Southernerslike I
(of plutonium and enriched the new fertiliz e r
production s,
i I niscences of the past, his Attic u s Haygood, the
in line with need, criticisms water power, milo maize, and
uranium) by some congressmen emphasis on family an d president of Emory College, Of

we reduce tension while maintaining that this is "unilateral disarma- friendship, his fantastic per- who said in 1880: "We in the air-conditioning were going to .I
I do for the South in the last
all necessary power." ment" and that the U. S. should not sonal recollections of local and South have no divine call to half of the 20th .
century.IT
1 cut output of nuclear explosives un- state politicians, were all so stand eternal guard by the
/ genuinely Southern that nobody graves of dead issues." The
less the Russian HAS HEARD the faith WestBy
Khrushchev said his governmenthad cut is verified by could possibly challengehim. When the President talks

j "examined the question to what inspection do not make much sense. about poverty, he says: and the wondrously disarming

limit our country can go (in reduc- If the U. S. were actually reducingits But his point was unmistak- "Over my bed in the stories of Henry Grady about
the g lor i ous future of the WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
"
ing production of fissionable ma- ability to wage nuclear war, such able. "Justice, he said, re- White House in WashingtonI South but all this was less im-

terials) without in any way criticisms would be valid. But there ferring to the motto of the keep a little picture of the portant. It is a gloomy thing to do, President Truman got the
state of 'Wisdom tiny three home whereI
Georgia room
,
Soviet Union's
firmness of the seems to be no question in that either Now it is the but for those of us who love signature on
President of
the
I weakening justice, and moderati 0 n' was born, the son of a ten- the terms of the Potsdam
side is cutting its capacity to blow the United States who speaksnot the West a necessary ex-
nuclear rocket shield. "means justice among the ant farmer who worked on Agreement, he declined to
the other side to pieces by even a races I will never feel the 'halves,' and his cotton only for but to the South, ercise: to look to the future, press for complianceafraidof

single kiloton. The production of actual that I have done justice to my crop was about eight bales a and the difference is important. taking account of the con- offending Good Old Joe,

i Yet both the American and Russian weapons will not be retarded fora high office until every sectionof year. It reminds me everyday It is a long time since the traction of the West's boun- whose mellowing heart was

I leaders look upon this action asa long time. this country is linked in a where I came from. But South has had a voice in the daries during the last two the central anticipation of his

sign of reduction in tensions as a single purpose a joint devotionto more important, it remindsme White House that it really lis- generations, and ask, Will the foreign policy. As day by day

'"continuation of the course set at bring an end to injustice, to of the people I serve." tened to, and this may proveto West Survive? The an- the situation in South Viet-

banning The Atomic Energy Commission bring an end to poverty, and be one of the most impor- swer of course is thatit nam worsens, we nevertheless

the conclusion of the treaty" maintains the tightest secrecy about to bring an end to the threatof HE KNOWS the history of tant facts of our time. will not unless the present decline to strike at the logis-

nuclear weapons tests, in Khrush- the amounts of refined uranium and conflict among na- the South and he tells them Gainesville did not applaudthe trend is reversed. Every day, tical bases of the guerrillas

chev's words., / plutonium in its tions ." exactly what role Georgia n s President's appeal for the in every way, the enemy ia North Vietnam we fear
stockpiles. But Lo- played in the writing of the civil rights bill this week. It seems either to be making escalation.Or .

ren K. Olson, a former member of THE SOUTH would proba- Constitution and how many was almost silent, but it is lis- progress on its own specific come home: A .depart

The cutbacks in production of fissionable the commission, has estimated that bly hesitate to take this from went to the last three wars tening to the White House for account, or else to succeed in ment chairman of a major

material were announced at by the middle of this year the U. S. anybody else, but even the and how many died. He the first time in generations diluting the defenses of the university declines to promotea

the sam time as the result of a se- will have a surplus of $1 billion most segregationist Southern- knows they still respect and this is not unimportant.moves West. One month the Communists young member of his faculty -
-
exchanges between will take over a fresh on the grounds that his
ries of private worth of processed uranium, chief-
country Cuba, say; another views are too conservative
Johnson into its second and final
Johnson and Khrushchev. ly in the form of enriched uraniumand the Communists will per- American moralizers
COLORED NEWS week with scheduled pounceon
a parade
Prime
British
also consulted with in obsolete weapons. to move from the Recreation suade a Western country to the John Birch Society as

Minister Douglas-Home. Center, east to Main St., and diminish its opposition per- a threat from within and

Clearly, the administration west Ave. Wed suade France, say, to recognize studiously ignore the Com-
I hopes B. F. Childs Colored News Editor: on University the legitimacy of the mittee of
However, this does not mean that that this move can lead to signifi- nesday at 2 p.m. led by the Communist government in which advocates Correspond universal e n c e

the U.S. action was based on con- cant moves to reduce armaments, SLATES MEETINGThe services. Rev. L. W. Washington Lincoln High School Band. China. What will one thou- surrender because the left
There will be floats.and walk-
: siderations of similar action by the with international inspection to veri- Parent-Teacher Association -I will be the speaker on the ing units from all city schools. sand such transactions add up is the wave of the future. A

Soviet Union. President Johnson had fy the reductions. Apparently, the of Duval Elementary occasion. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Queen Rosemary of the Gainesville to, if not the defeat of the monopoly labor union ties up
School will hold its the Choirs' Union West? all
regular Friendship the
newspapers in New
decided some weeks ago that this Soviet Union government hopes for Club Council will reign
meeting at the school Tuesday:, will render a program jointly York, and all the shipping!
.1 country was accumulating a surplusof the same thing. May 12, at 7:30 p.m. promptly, with the First Morning Star over Russell the giant parade.and his Paint- BUT WILL IT strictly along the Atlantic seaboardbut

fissionable material and would During the meeting, there wit I Baptist Church; Wednesday at Herny speaking have been a defeat? protests are perfunctory
Committee have selected
cut production on its own. The parallel We believe the entire world, ex- be the election of officers, and t 8 p.m., the Spring Hill Baptist house Up to be painted. a Or will it have been a pro- one does not take action

j action by Russia has no direct cluding the leaders of Red China also plans for the 1964-65 school l Church will conduct a joint Posters and will get longed act of suicide? The lat- against the working class.
term will be made. Rev. D. E. service; Thursday at 8 p.m., essays ter. That is the conclusion of Day after day it is revealed
who
it
f military significance but s"g-! apparently want the arms race their final awards and picture
White, president; Mrs. Clyde! Mt. Herman Baptist Church an American writer and phil- that enemy agents are suc-
gests a willingness on the part of to continue at full tilt, will hail these taking from Mrs. Marietta Till-
Daniels secretary. Choir will render a program; osopher who is perhaps better ceeding in mining the secret
Khrushchev to contribute to less- actions by Russia and the U. S. :man, chairman of the Poster than
a and Friday at 8 p.m., the Undenom- equipped any other archives of our defense sys-
I Committee and Mrs. C. A.
,
I ening of tension and to an atmosphere will join in the hope that it can lead PROGRAM SET inational Choirs' Union and theI Smith librarian at Lincoln American to say why, and t o tem but isolated calls for

for promoting further dis- to genuine steps toward disarma- There will be a program, entitled Mt. Olive Primitive Bag list :High ,School, in charge of the say why convincingly, read- strengthening our loyalty se
t: ment. "Choirs in Parade" at t Church will conduct a j jo i n t ably, galvanizingly. Those curity procedures are re-
armament. Contest.
the Bartley Temple Methodis t service; Sunday at 10 a.m. the Essay Gainesville is planting thou- who seek to know what are buffed for fear of the taintof

I i Church today at 8 p.m. program committee will be in the root complaints of American McCarthyism.IT .
in effort to
sands of plants an
The following choirs will appear charge of the services; at 1:30 : conservatives a g a inst
for its
in the program: Pleasan:t p.m., dinner will be served; and i gain first place many American policy in the nu- REQUIRES superb
activities. L. V. Davis, Executive
Plain Methodist Church, Jones Sunday at 3 p.m., the St. Luke clear age can learn it now, powers of synthesis to take

Voice of the PeopleOn yule; Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church. Baptist Church will also conduct Chairman.Mt. between the covers of a single hold of such diverse phenomena -

Evinstin; Emanuel Baptist j t a joint service. volume. It is called Sui- as these and dozens of

Church, Gainesville; and otherswhose i The public is invited. Levi cide of the West, it is written others and demonstrate how

names were not avail. Griffin, president; Mrs. Quincy Carmel Baptist There by James Burnham, and is they all relate to a partitu-ar:

The Sun's Opinion Page able. Marks, reporter. will be mid-week Meditation subtitled, "The Meaning and and identifiable social philos
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Services tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.; Destiny of Liberalism." Mr. ophy or world view. Moreover

)r Opinions and comments of Sun readers ore welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters WILLISTON NEWSIn NOTICEThe Youth Forum Wednesday, 7:30 Burnham's thesis is that thereis the demonstration of their in-

must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot MemoriamIn All Star Group of the p.m., and also both Choirs such a thing as an ideologyof ter-relatedness is not made by
r exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The loving of beloved Undenominational Choirs' Un- 1 tfos. 1 and 2 will have their liberalism, that it has come legerdemain. Mr. Burnham
the right to reject letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's memory my Ushers'
any meaning rehearsal and
Sun reserves or
j joint to dominate Western does
I mother, Mrs. Nellie lot will meet at the home of thought, not pull any cute tricks,

f intent., Kind Of Since the question of availa- riching the lives of many Harrold, who departed this: Mrs. H. G. Shuman at Arre- I Board: No. 2 meets, 8 p.m.; and and that it has a way of in- for the benefit of making
What
bility of art and music was young people.It life May 5, 1940. donda, Mary 12 at 8 p.m. here will be Teachers' Meeting, capacitating us from the exercise quickie debaters' points. He

School Image? raised in the radio broadcast seems ridiculous that a You are gone but not forgot Thursday 7:30 p.m., and also of judgments that are has done a job which is the

t sponsored by the CAA highly skilled bandmaster in ten. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, CLUB NOTICE Choir No. 3 will have its rehearsal appropriate to meeting the ultimate tax on the intellec-
EDITOR, Sun: As a mother 7 p.m. Rev. T. A. crisis of our time tual talents of individualwho
last Monday night, let us assign this county should teach only daughter. The "We Do Our Par appropriate an
and a firmer school teacher Band as the remaining one period of band and spend BROOKER NEWS Club" of the Shady Grove Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther to achieving our own addresses himself to stra-

I would like to call attention course. Fees for this are $15, the remainder of his time in Ailing in HospitalMrs. Primitive Baptist Church will W. Hamm, reporter. deliverance. tegic organization: he has

I I ) to some areas of our educational and we see that the hypothetical a study hall. Queen Cooper is ailing: hold its meeting at the home of East Side Church of God in Consider a number of ap- delved into myriad disorderly

system that should be sutdent has already ex- While we are on the subject in the Alachua General Hospital 1 Mrs. Ethel Blake, May 17 at Christ Sunday School, 10 parently unrelated events in data and come up with a syn-

examined both now at electiontime ceeded the $30 proposed fee! of study hall, I might add at Gainesville.Mrs. 3 p.m. a.m.J ; morning worship, 11:30 our recent history, events thesis. Moreover, one which

and in the future. I wonder if what is contem- that for many students they Cooper's friends wish for During the meeting, Mrs. Alberta a.m.; and evening worship, 73.m. which turned out to bear sig- will appeal to the reader
which we are waste of time-for Elder J. C. Carter, pas- nificantly on America's (20,000 of them
The school system plated is not a retention of a others her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Parker will be guest I already, according -

left was run on the principlethat the present fee system and the valuable. Nevertheless, by Nellie Moore, reporter. speaker on the occasions. t:or.Emanuel .. strength and standing. Whenon to the publisher, and
public education should school board ruling, the privi- Baptist Choir No. that Tuesday night in Aprilof only three weeks after publi-
of another to
be FREE. I have chafed un- addition other $30? Is it cover not lege of attending six classesa PLANS PROGRAMThe VOTERS' LEAGUE 2 will have its rehearsal today, 1961 President Kennedywas cation) as a work of cogency

der a situation that was so that expenses schools be day rather than five is re- Religious Choirs' Union The Voters' League will holda 7:30: p.m.; and there will be asked to supply air coverto and plausibility, and of such
time our
sup- stricted to those students with prayer meeting tomorrow, 7:30 the liberation forces at the timeliness as to add up to
the au- will Recreation Cen-
strict that it required rather convene at the St. Joseph clinic at the
ported by the taxpayers at least a B average regard- Church for p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor; Bay of Pigs, he said Nohe revelation.A .
thorization com- Baptist at 7:30
of a county individual stvdents? today at 8 p.m., ter, Wednesday p.m.
I than by less of the parent's opinionon and Mrs. M. E. Middleton, reporter.Mt. was afraid of offending Latin word about the author.
mittee there to
to ask students to buy What is the of hav- a program will be persons who wish get more
purpose the subject. Olive Primitive Baptist American opinion. Once upon a time James
could rendered for the
I a work book-and one : experience in voting
books and tacking
ing free text In the left stu- School, 10 a.m. morn- Burnham follower
tie that system we a choice. Sunday ; was a of
I of their
pretty sure in advance candidate
: the answer would be "no." on sufficient charges to dent might be advised to takea CONVENTION: PLANNEDThe There will be voting machines ing worship 11 a.m.; and even- WHEN FRANCE and Eng- Leon Trotsky. If I may be

'I My former principal would make the cost of "public"schooling study hall if his grades Annual Session of the available two nights for this ing worship, 6 p.m. Rev. H. land begged the United States risque, I must say that I am
prohibitive to many were not high, but the decisionwas Roman's( Kinsey pastor. not to interfere with the mili- almost glad: because thereis
print out to I was Missionary and Educational training.Get .
l me that families? left to the parent and student who Pilgrim Rest Church of Unity tary action aimed at recovering much to be learned from
jrist one teacher to Convention in touch with ,
auxiliary persons
trying Try multiplying the above It should be recognized Sunday School 10 a.m.; and the Suez isthmus (key to the sweep of Trot sky 's
teach to the Mt. Sinai because
one subject family Missionary did not vote Tuesday
while a set of fees by 4-a not un- that some subjects do not re- afternoon worship, 3:30 p.m. Elder Africa and the Middle East), thought, from the inside
might have Baptist Association with not locate their -
children Rev. could precincts
f several
they
children of quire homework and further-
of
number of
heard Rufus Armstrong, pastor; President Eisenhower turneda knowledge Communist tac-
in school and B. G. McArtgur moderator and have them call L. V.
I each child school age for a family-or try more, some students do NOT Mrs. Mary Hall, reporter. deaf ear afraid of the tics, and from his close rea-
might take will convene at the Ebenezer Davis FR 6-6260, or Mrs. Ruth
several courses study In study halls. Again the habits.
seven or eight! stigma of colonialism. After soning Since then he
work Baptist Church at Starke from FR 2-1025 so that their
requiring books and extra Returning to the question of answer is the limited numberof Kinsey, has written several other im-
fees. Since I have been in teachers and May 14 to May 17. There willIe precincts can be located before PERSONALSThe
money; a portant books always
music and its availability to Tampa.1 combining -
Gainesville, I have taken the It is teacher can supervise more a local program Thursday. the May 26 primary. following persons of bearers I> recently held at his intellectual skillshe
Talbot
time to write and tell him how all as Mr. that says.the numberof my pupils than he can teach. Alachua County must exerciseits Brooker attended the worshipat 1 An. Bessie Mae W ( was professor of philosophy

much I appreciate his viewpoint t understanding band students is limited by What kind of IMAGE NAACP MEETINGThe right to cast ballots. L. V. the Bartley Temple Methodist I porter, (Williston.) re-I at New York Universityat

now! than to should our schools project? In National Association for Davis, Vice-President of Voters' Church on May 2: Mrs. Miss Mary Bell Fisher and age 25)) and his journalisticskills
ability
The question of fees has been other tests pay. the county we left the image the Advancement of Colored League.IN Augusta L. Wilson, Mrs. Vapinia I (he has written for everything
left Miss Ennia H. Jones both of
much In the news of late. The In the school system we was cultural and this may People will hold its meeting on MEMORIAMIn Ross,. Miss Irma Norris, from Partisan Rev

$30 figure that has received at it was the belief of school explain the emphasis on art the ground floor at the Mt Carmel -, loving memory of our hus Miss Shirley Smith, Miss Em- rt. Lauderdale, spent Mothers' ?- .. .0,TT* Reader's Digest)-.

,tention is not necessarily higher personnel that music partici and music. Nevertheless football [ Baptist Church today at 8 band and father Dean Moore, ma Jean Moore, James Gas- ',day here with Miss Jones' rel- Albert Jay Nock used to

than what some fairly typ pation should be available to was supported, and I am l.m. who departed this life eleven kips and Rev. and Mrs. A. J. atives. sZj 4.at if one thousand

ical students are already everyone who was interested; not advocating abolishing thisI years ago May 10, 1953 and also Anderson. They report an interesting Americans' could have been

ing. At Gainesville pay- hence, the junior high school have been a fan myself.But ITH ANNIVERSARYThe on Mothers' Day. worship. Mrs. Nellie Mrs. Carrie Mickes left yes- got to read Herbert Spencer's

School an average student High may (population 1500) had five everything should have 7th anniversary of the You are gone but not forgotten. Moor, reporter, (Brooker) t erday for Savannah, Ga., because Social Statics, A met i c a
of the illness of her sis-
pay the Mowing' Activity bands and the senior high its proper place, and I do not Progressive Choirs' Union wine Mrs. Nellie Moore, wife; Rev. J. W. Warner, of Brook would have been saved. He

fee $3, mathematics (slightly smaller) had three believe we wish to project a > held at the Spring Hill Bapfst franklin, charles and Emma er attended the District Meeting 'er, Mrs. Ethel Monroe, whose was exaggerating. I sayjf one
-$2
condition im-
Physical Education NJ bands. Bandmasters taught football im" I I Church today and lasts tolay Jean Moore, children. of the Grand Union Pallbearers was reported as hundred thousand Americanscould

(required two out of the- last$ band five periods a day-a To return to band and a comA' 17. The schedule.of activi- recently at Tampa. proving.Mrs. be got to"r d..SWcldeDf :

four years), English-l, sci regular schedule like that of pa. 4'. : ;j'tifees' es is as follows. Today at 8 CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGNIS Mrs. Grace Williams of Wil- Mary H, Johnson and the West, .Americjrjwould;

ence-$3, home economics other teachers, thus utilizing" do not cover trips which p.m. The Hopewell Baptist UNDERWAY liston, attended the DistrictsMeeting ;-*+, Joe/.of Tr' \-a: were gust be No: I won't say it But
$5. their special talents and en (Voice, continued on Page 7)C) fourch will be in charge of the The Clean ,Up Campaign : of the Lily White Pall-+of friends here yesterday. I am not exaggerating.'I. .

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; rvA 4'j 4 Weimer Women's Editor George E. Evans new- ,
4P q h ly named state regent, will

,,* toAt iVW.1rk be guest of honor for

Mrs. HintemiLster the Wednesday luncheon-meet- -.
ing of the Gainesville Chapter, .
; Daughters of the American

\ : ,. Revolution.The .

4 v t k luncheon will take place rat
ll
I. Heads ClubMrs. a
I ; I Ir .12:30 p.m. at the Holiday"Inn.

Miss Mary Gresham chairman -
k J. H. Hintermister Sr. president; Mrs. M. E. Fox, sec-
will be assisted by Mrs.
r was e 1 e c t e d to succeed Miss retary treasurer and Miss
Harry M. Baker Mrs. F. W.
k. 4I Rose Urquart of the historian. J
as president Urquart,
Cole, Mrs. A. L. Johnson Mrs.
I j4 University Mothers Club Thurs- Committee chairman serving John Joseph Lawless, Mrs. A.

> z s "g r, >w D day afternoon. next year will be Mrs. Paul Yo- / L. Mid d I eton from Hawthorne -

1uA The business session followeda der program; Mrs. M. G. Jackson ; !."" Mrs. Julian Moore,
"' 9 n covered-dish luncheon at the publicity; Mrs. Margaret LIl' -- Mrs. T. H. Fay, Mrs. F. W.

v :- 3 ;} summer home of the adviser, Omer, telephone; Mrs. J. R. J Gilcrease, Mrs. R. Walter

Mrs. Bruce Thomason, La k e Thorpe, membership; Mrs. Helen Hall, Mrs. Hunter Jackson,
I. l a. z k rr' + I Winott. Allen transportation, and : .,< Mrs. Fred Laughon and Mrs.
:
Mrs. S. H. Millikan, courtesy.The : Erhart Peterson Mrs. R. C.
;
m_.____.__ ___,______.. Other officers named were club will resume meet- .t i Philips, Mrs. John Mason Tis-
Mrs. H. J. Babers Sr., vice- ings in October. ; ":. .. on, and Mrs. Bryan Walker.
The annual Art Exhibit of P. K. Yonge Elementary and High School stu- } ,
: Mrs. Henry T. Stanley, regent -
dents will be presented Wednesday from 5 to 7 p.m. with drawings, ceramics, .. ...
will her annual
paintings and weaving displayed in the auditorium foyer walkwaysand : ..' puppets ,
""
CalendarTODAY Before her recent marriage, -l\lis-j: li Douglas Rogers, and new officers will be
class rooms. Pictured above are, left to right, John Green, Ellen Johnson Of EventsCenter.
I above, was Miss Sharon Elizabeth Fagan, daughter of Mr. and installed.
and Elizabeth Pooley, working on a hootenanny tapestry, designed and made of
Mrs. David Shytle Fagan. Mr. Rogers is the son of Mr. and
burlap and felt. The exhibit is open to the public.
Men's Garden
May II Open to the public. Mrs. Robert Wesley Rogers. The wedding took place May 2
eo. nmmxmn.: IIIIIIIIIJfJLGlIJW! in the University Avenue Church of Christ and was followedby

Brides'Book All-day Open House, honor- University City Bridge a reception at the Gainesville Woman's Club. The newly- Club To MeetDr.

ing her mother Mrs. Nellie Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, weds plan to continue their studies at the University of
her Cecil Hook will show pictures -
94th
Doig, on birthday 107 NW 15th Terrace.
Mrs. B. C. Fryer, 230 NW of European Gardens tonight

2nd Avenue. University Women's Club Florida.Bridal at 8 for the Men's Gar-

(}fd 1 Gainesville Bridge C I u b, Newcomers Clubhouse. Bridge, 8 p.m., Shower the den Club Guaranty, which Federal is to meet Savingsand at

TODAY, May 11 7:30 pjn.t Recreation Center. Loan Building.MUSTARD.

/ BY Shower honoring Miss Carole University City Bridge Chapter AP, PEO, 10:30 Fetes Mrs. MonroeEntertaining -- ...

1 \ \ Diane Nachtrieb bride- Club, 7:30 p.m., University of ajn., Mrs. K. L. Black, Mrs. I
OSEPHINE
Florida, Faculty Club West
,
elect of John E. Smiley, 2:30 Newberry Road.American John Moorman, 4114 NW 15th 1dIa".

p.m., lounge of old Alachua Street. with a miscellaneous -Slita Lovejoy, Mrs. Clayton E. t

LOWMAN General Hospital, Miss Pat Association of Un- Gator Summer Band Firstin shower Friday night at Hawk, Mrs. Frank Harben, Miss

Stuart and Miss Linda Lloyd, iversity Women, Board Meet- series of five twilight con- the Community Center of the Dolly McClenny Mrs. Albert I i r ck

1I1IU'IIIImmIllllllllllllUU/lluwumnUlllUII/llllJllIllJllI1! / / l hostesses. ing. Mrs. William Gartner Jr. certs, 6:45: p.m., Plaza of the Guaranty Federal Bank, Mrs. Mellon, Mrs. Naomi Bullett, I -
1709 N.W. 23rd Street. Robert E. Sullivan and Mrs.
Americas at the of
Wise Women Diet When FRIDAY, May 15 Florida. University Donald L. Thomas honored Mrs. tfrs. George C. Spence, Mrs.

Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss Gainesville Woman's Club !Robert A. Monroe III, a recent elba B. Conley Mrs. W. W. &
Lila Beden- Annual Meeting, 3 Club-
I First Few Pounds Appear Wendelyn house. p.m. THURSDAY, May 14 bride. Vard, Mrs. Ronald L. Stanley,
baugh and their son, FrankJ. KETCHUP
A and color note
yellow and Mrs.
green iliss Irene Ayres,
Jamison III, Mr. and Coffee for Junior Women by I
Club of Gainesville carried out with table
Soroptimist a
was
Mack
1
Of course what the overweightwoman amounts of everything with no Mrs. Frank J. Jamison Jr. sponsors, Mrs. Clark Butler O'Berry. STAINSOf
6:30: Primrose arrangement of yellow roses ;;;
pjn.
I should do is to change second servings. of Winter Park, University and Mrs. Robert Mautz, 611 and lilies flanked by white': I
day
her eating habits for her life- After indulging on a special Inn. Inn.Men's SW 27th Court, 10 a.m. to candles. I PROM

time. If she did this, her weight occasion many women make it Garden Club, 8 p.m., Noon. I all the condiments we
I
would remain the same. How a habit to diet the followingday. Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss Guaranty Federal Savingsand A corsage of yellow rosebudswas SPECIAL use on food to make it taste
of Women Voters better mustard and ketchupare
League the honoree.
Carole Diane Nachtrieband presented
this to be dream .
ever, seems a Loan Association Build- the most popular.Yet .
which few women ever realize.If My 9-Day Diet has been John E. Smiley, homeof ing. Election of officers. May Unit Meeting, 8 p. m., Mrs. George P. Smith Jr. COLD WAVE
Mrs. James A. Noland 1003 mustard & ketchup
the bride-elect's poured punch and Miss Becky both
highly successful and popular parents'Mr. TUESDAY, May 12
a woman gains pounds easily present a staining problem!
NW 22nd Street. Leon Morrisonand
she is apt to go up and with hundreds of thousands of and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach- Monroe, Mrs. ?' Containing vinegar, spices,
down on the scales. She will women. trieb, 2510 NE 11th Terrace. Altrusa, Luncheon Meeting, Girl Scout UBA Neigh- Mrs. Jack E. Rogers aidedin .",. & $750As coloring matter, even sugars,

gain a few pounds during holi Here are the menus for Tues 12:15 p.m., Holiday Inn. borhood Meeting, 9:30 a. m., the courtesies. '\ they can make an ornery spotif

days when she eats more rich day: SATURDAY, May 16 Merrysteppers, Covered Girl Scout House 810 NW Recipients of prizes were i mishandled.The .

food than usual. She may gain BREAKFASTOne Bridesmaids luncheon hon- Dish Supper 7 p.m., City 8th Street, and then drive to Mrs. Harry L. Dorman, Mrs.I simplest thing to do

when traveling or when on a egg, poached or boiled oring Miss Lila Wendelyn Be- Recreation Center. Lake Butler Civic Center. Leon Morrison, Miss Pauline; with ketchup either- of dab these lightly is: witha for

vacation since it is a pleasureand One thin, dry slice of whole denbaugh, fiancee of Frank J. Friends of the Library, 7 Allemanders Square Dance Bryan, Mrs. Olive McKendree,i ; bit of cool clear water on

luxury to enjoy the good wheat toast Jamison III, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. p.m., dinner, followed by annual Club, 8 p.m., Howard Bishop Mrs. Clayton E. Hawk, Mrs.I ..f- : : :g .; NCLUDES a towel or napkin. Period. No
<< <
food which she does not have Black coffee W. E. Cauthen and Mrs. Mar- meeting, 8 p.m., HolidayInn. Junior High School. Ethel Monroe and Mrs. Frank_ ) '1{, .. .HAIRCUT hard mustard rubbing wipe or wiping.off lightly For

to plan or prepare. She may One glass skimmed milk garet Wurster hostesses, Holiday Harben. I L : < ONLY. Do-Not put water on
Colfax Rebekah Lodge No. Guests attended including the IfF)#: '7't" a SHAMPOO
gain weight when she has house- Inn.Wedding. I it as this will likely set the
LUNCHEON Great Books Discuss i Ion 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. honoree, her mother Mrs. Lon- 1tJ .SET spot.
guests and concocts more elab- 1 portion salmon of Miss Carole Group, 8 p.m., Gainesville St. Patrick's Women's Club, nie M. Cannon; her grandmother -
orate meals. Many different fac And then bring it In for
Celery sticks Diane Nachtrieb, daughter of Hall.
Parrish
8 Olive McKendree Mr.
Public Mrs.
Library. p.m. ;
tors influence her weight.If One-half cup steamed carrots Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach Tea honoring all girls grad- Monroe's mother, Mrs. RobertA. \ Even by Appointment cleaning., As you(Tie know sooner, heat the and better age-

a woman is wise, she goes One-half grapefruit trieb, and John Edward Women's Auxiliary to the u a ting i from city high Monroe, and his sister, Miss I fix stains and fresh stainsare
after the first five pounds toe DINNER Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs.T. Alachua County Medical Society schools in June, their mothers Becky Monroe, and Mrs. Ethel PHONE 372-1575 easier to get out. Naturally -

many and surely after the firs!t Minute or club steak (small M. Smiley of Live Oak, 11:45 a.m., GainesvilleGolf and feminine faculty Monroe of Biloxi, Miss. ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIAL should, you be remember ironed that or nothing pressed

10. Otherwise, these have a way One-half cup string beans 7:30 p.m., Gethsemane Luth- and Country Club. members, 4 to 5:30: p.m., Mrs.J. Also Mrs. Leon Morrison, Mrs. PRICE ON HAIR CUTS unless it's 100% clean clear

of multiplying before she realizes One-half cup squash eran Church. Reception fol- Xi Phi Chapter Beta SigmaPhi Wayne Reitz receiving hos- George P. Smith, Jr., Mrs. JackE. HOUSE of BEAUTY through.

what is happening to her. One glass skimmed milk lowing at the home of the Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. Robert tess, President's Residence, Rogers, Mrs. Harry L. Dor- 2300 NW 6th St. at 23rd Blyd.r Whatever your cleaning It
A short rapid reducing diet is Orange slices bride's parents. Jennings, 498 SW 28th 2151 West University Avenue. man, Miss Pauline Bryan, Miss will be completely clean and
the most pleasant way to banish of the I finished to a "T" when you.
IF missed
you some Wedding of Miss Lila Wen- Street. Gainesville Music Teachers r
those few extra pounds. Most t would like to have . . . . .
or Mrs.
menus delyn Bedenbaugh daughterof Tuesday Evening Supper Association, 8 p.m., CALL OR BRING IT TO
settle down
like to anc
women the complete diet in booklet Mr. and Mrs. Wendell V. Club, 6 p.m., 1402 West Uni- Floyd Henderson and Mrs. I'
get it over with. form, send 10 cents and a Bedenbaugh and Frank J. versity Avenue: Elwood Keister, hostesses at : Let Beneficial put :I' S & S CLEANERSDelivery

You can hold your gain or l stamped, self addressed en- Jamison III, son of Mr. and League of Women Voters the latter's home, 1554 NW er Cash and Corry

such occasions as those mentioned elope with your request for Mrs. Frank J. Jamison Jr. May Unit Meeting, 8 p.m., 21st Avenue. 503 SW 3rd St. Ph. 372-4184

above to a minimum b y 9-Day Diet Booklet. This diet : of Winter Park 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ronald Cutler., 1741 NW II I I I 0
skipping the rolls eating only a I gives you a loss of from five University Methodist Church. 7th Avenue. @ [J

small portion of the dessert,,. to 10 pounds in nine days. Reception following in the Girl Scout WECO Neigh- Dutch Luncheon
omitting sauces (and similai Address Josephine Lowman 1
church lounge. borhood Meeting, 9:30 a.m., .
items and taking moderati e in care of the Gainesville Sun. Girl Scout House, 810 NW 8th Listed FridayFriday I. el l

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Church 12:30 member of t
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Club, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. Russell the Jubilee! Get cash to fix tune .
Wives Club will meet for a,' Spring paint up up up 0.I I
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CirclesTODAY Dutch luncheon: at the Hotel dress up-.any good reason! Remember Beneficial is .

SINGER WEDNESDAY, May 13 Thomas. I_ the one place to call for money the minute you want .
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I STOCK FLASHES' Late MorningN. Where iJJ'W.,II C.LEAUP. ,


MARKETNEW Y. Listing I -P [PA ur-uP

YORK (AP-The stock very popular, rising a fractionon -.. \\\11\ FIX-VP ,
AfflsChal 18% IntNick 79% y
market moved irregularly higher an opening block of 20,000 Windfall : .' PLAt'lToP trNde
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il AmBrk 37% IntPap 33% : jIIi3ZZ -
and later its
early this afternoon in mod- shares extending .
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AmCan 44V4 Jones&L 76%
erately active trading. rise to about 2 points.J. /
AmCyan 67% KaisAl 40 .
, Gains of fractions to about a \ .ti
I. Case was up about a AmMot 14% Ken'cott 84% GoesBy .t .." ,/
point key stocks out- ,
, numbered among losers. point to a new high for the AT&T 141 Lig&My 82% .2t-;

year. AmTob 33% Loch'd 32% .
t No particular leader- .-
group 15% Lorillard 46%
ship Selective Among wider movers Xerox I Ampx Cp SAM DAWSONAP .
was displayed. advanced 3, Northwest Airlines' Anaconda 44% MM&M 62% ,
Business News s
gains motors chemi- Analyst '
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among 2, IBM and Control Data more Armour 51% Mohasco 13% -
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cals, utilities, oils and rails NEW YORK (AP-Some of es
than a point each. Babcock 57 Mons'to 75% AAtf
helped improve the averages a the mystery of what people are i '
Prices were mixed on the BethStl 37 MontWd 39%
little. doing with their tax cut bonanzaif
American Stock Exchange. Boeing 46% NatDair 79% v
Although there were reportsof Borden 70V4 NatDist 27 \ lifted by government figureson 1

brisk steel production, steel larly Corporate lower.bonds U.S. were governmentbonds irregu- Brunswk 10% N.AmAv 47% personal debts.A 'i? ALLOW, YouR VAcAMT loT To IS KEEP VACANT LOTS AS CLCAM AND I

shares-which had a rally last lot of them have used the
week-were unchanged to a bit advanced. Celanese CaterTr 59 70% Penney PRR 51V4 30% increase in their take-home pay BECoME A LocAl DUMP OR A BREEDING SAFE AS You WOUID YOUR OWN

lower. Chrysler 51% PhilMor 80% 'to lighten the load of their GROUND FOR ..MoSQorrOE FRONT YARD. 'II

Some of the office equipmentand Levy to Lay CocaCola 129% PhfflPet 56% charge accounts and single pay-

computer stocks performed CmEd 49% RCA 33% ment loans. Others apparentlyhave

better than the over-all list. ConEdis 85% RepStl 44% used some of the tax wind-
Kills
The Associated Press aver- Plans ForSchool ContCan 50% Revlon 34% fall to make larger than usual PeopleIn Southern Farm Man i,

age of 60 stocks at noon was DowChe 72% ReyTob 48V4 repayments on various types of

up .7 at 307.2 with industrialsup duPont 262% StReg P 32% installment credit other than the News I His Wife i
.5, rails up .6 and utilitiesup TermBRONSON EAL 32% Sears 112 for autos. ,

.4. E.Kodak 128% Sinclair 48V4 But another sizable group has Market Summarymarket
The Dow Jones industrial average Preparations for Firestone 28% Socony 78% been encouraged by the higher BUENOS AIRES (AP-When, 4 Children

at noon was up .05 at the 1964-65 school term in Levy FlaP&L 71% SouthnC 56% take-home pay to make down- U.S. Ambassador Robert Mc-

828.62. County will begin here Wednesday Ford 55% SperryR 15% payments on still more instal- Clintock left Argentina for reassignment ATLANTA, Ga. Prices Commercial slaughterbulls BOISE, Idaho (AP) Five
Texas Gulf Sulphur continued with a workshop for PTA FrmstDa 11% StBrand 76Y ment credit.Merchants. not a single Argen- turned upward in a recovery weighing 1,200 to 1,500 three- children
committees.The FreptSul 35% StO NJ 88 earlier had reported move last week for southern pounds brought from $18.50 to persons, including -

Church health committees and FruehTr 30V4 Studebak 8% little apparent rush of tine official saw him off at the hogs broilers and eggs, theU. $19.25. These prices were weakas : were found murdered

Plans other parents will be assistingwith GenDyn 26% Swift 49 shoppers to spend the new airport. S. Department of Agriculture compared with the previous i Sunday and police said a 54-

Williston Fete enrollment of next sch o o Iyear's GenEl 82% Texaco 78% money in the stores. Gains in McClintock reported. week. year-old Boise man wanted for
departed Sundayfor
questioning in the slayings was
GenFds 87% Thiokol 14% ,
first i
graders start n g retail sales had followeud usual
GenMills 37% U Carb 125 Washington. Cattle and calf prices continued Shipments of southeastern presumed drowned.A .
next week. The will
WILLISTON The Brother- workshop seasonal patterns and were to be depressed however, I grown fresh fruits and vegetables
88% UnitAirc 45V4
GenMtrs
be conducted from 2 to 3 p.m. otherwise in line with increasing Pregon a newspaper which patrolman spotted a motorist -
hood of the First Baptist Church slowly influenced by a further drop in were moderate to liberal
Goodrich 53% UnFruit 21 officers believe to be
at the Health Centerin President Ray-
Wednesday reflects the views of
will honor Dr. and Mrs. T. R. 42% US Steel 56% personal income totals wholesale beef prices. Most cat I last week. Florida waterme 1 o nand
Goodyr mond A. Reasons
acting
Harvill and Bronson. from other than tax cut wind- Arturo Illia's party headlined 50.'cents sus-
retiring pastor Greyhnd 57% UnivMat 12% tle sold steady to a tomato shipments were liberal piciously and chased his car un-

his wife, and Prof and Mrs. L. Levy County School Supt. A. GulfOil 57% WestgEl 33% falls. "Adios Ambassador of the Oil hundred pounds lower, and calf I to heavy and prices declin- til it plunged into a canal. The

W. Jordan, retiring school prin- E. Mikell has announced this Hon 133 Woolwth 85% Banks had failed to report any Men." prices ranged steady to $1 low I ed. Alabama strawbetry load- man escaped the vehicle, but
cipal and his wife, at a supper schedule of registration for chil- IntHarv 74YLake great rise in savings accounts. er, according to USDA's Mar- :ings increased, and G e orgia
meeting tonight at the Fellow- dren who will enter schools in The U.S. Treasury's sales of keting Service. I vegetable shipments also show- police said he apparently was

ship Building.The the first grade next fall: savings bonds was smaller in ed some increase. pulled under water in the ca-
SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP)-President Hog prices rose last week 25
Brotherhood invites all May 18 Bronson Elemen- Levels April than in March and also nal.Three
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church members to attend. The Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria cents to as much as $1 a hun- Florida and Georgia caggage of the victims were his
tary 1p.m. ; Chiefland Junior below the figure for April 1963.
ladies of the church are askedto 9-11 left Sofia for Czechoslo. dred p o u n ds. Market receipts sold at $1 to $1.25 a 50pound children one was a .stepdaughter -
High, a.m. Then just where was the new
vakia today after a five-day official .. were below the previous week. bag at Atlanta. Georgia cabbage
bring salads and desserts and May 19 Yankeetown Ele- Reported ? and the fifth was his for-
the Brotherhood will furnish mentary, 9:3011 a.m. money A going notable after visit to Bulgaria. Broiler prices in southeastern moved at $1.40 to $1.50 a 50- mer wife whose body was foundin
really change states rose late last week most- pound sack at Birmingham, and
the meat and drink. The time is the car.
May 20 Bronson High
OCALA The levels of Orange the larger checks began to
pay to $1.85 for fair to good
lycent a pound to 12 cents at $1.70
set for 7:30.Seven. The search for the bodies be-
School, 9 a.m. to noon Chief- Lake
; Lake and Kingsley at appear in March was in charge at Louisville.
I farms. The closing market un- quality
land High School 9 a.m. to 3 Camp Blanding took slight drops accounts and single payment PHNOM PENH, CambodiaAP I gan when Mrs. Edna Reason,
Gallons dertone was steady to firm as
during April, but the Suwannee loans. These tend to be smaller ( )-Prince Norodom Sihan Yellow corn went at $2.65 to the estranged wife of Reasons,_
result of demand
RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) "I p.m.May 21 Cedar Key High River in the northern part of than the instalment type debt. ouk Cambodian chief of state,,: a and a in generally good -$2.75 a crate of 5dozen ears at told police her husband had
Mississippi prices
try to give each time the Blood- School, 9:30 11 a.m.; Willis-I the state flowed at twice its And a man with a few extra said today he will attend a national were 12% cents. In Virginia Friday -Atlanta, and $2.85 to $3.35 at called and told her he had
miss ton Vocational 9 ajn. to 3 pjn. holiday celebration in Pe Birmingham. Georgia yellow killed the children Eddie
mobile visits here..but I .normal rate according to the dollars in his pocket is likely to broiler prices ranged from
sometimes," explained Rich- May 22 Otter Creek Ele- U.S. Geological Survey. think of tidying up some of the king in October. 13 to 13V& cents, and in the squash moved at mostly $8 a Ray Reasons, 13, Pamela, 11,
:mentary, 9:30-10:15 ajn. Strong bushel Atlanta and to and 10 and Reasons'
mond businessman Robert Lux- ; bills before at $7.60 Patty, ,
pressing tacklingthe Del-Mar-Va area, 13.6 to 14.9
Elementary, 10:30: 11:15 a.m. Orange Lake, according to $9 at Birmingham. stepdaughter, Sally Gohman,
on.His June 1 Williston High the Survey dropped .05 feet in problem of the regular cents. found inReasons'
about
20.
latest time as a blood School 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April but at the end of the monthly payments on household MANILA (AP-President Di Egg prices in the Southe a s t Watermelons of the Char- house.They were

donor was his 56th. That adds Mikell said that parents month it was still 1.69 feet aboveits appliances cars and the home osdado Macapagal says the advanced for large size as much leston Gray variety 26to 30-
to seven gallons. Philippines will stand by the! 1 to cents dozen. Pulled from the car sub-
3
up should bring to the schools their normal stage. mortgage.Also as a Supplies pound average, brought $1.15 to
in the canal the
children's immunization record, the tax cut benefits be- United States in any fight foi still were liberal, but there $1.25 each at Atlanta. Melons of merged was

Paid Advertising birth certificate and other in- Kingsley Lake was .12 feet gan showing up when many the principles of freedom. were no heavy accumulations. the same variety and 31 pound body of Estelle Reasons. about
above its normal stage after a made the remariSunday at 47. Her body was wrapped in a
formation for com- persons were calculating how Macapagal !: Closing prices Friday repre- average brought $1.25 e a chat
necessary drop of .07 feet during April. in sentative southeastern cen t e r blanket and she had been shotin
1 pleting registration and h e a lth much they still might owe in dedicating a monu- s Birmingham.
r ment at Manila to Americar I for most con sumer grade A Alabama strawberries movedat the chest. A rifle was foundin
forms. It will not be necessary The flow of the Suwannee was federal and state income taxes
1 to bring the child at registrationtime about six-tenths of the March for last year. And in many and Filipino airmen killed ir I large eggs in cartons in sales to $6 to $6.50 a 16 quart crateat the car.
dollars World War II. retailers were: Atlanta, 38 to 39 Atlanta. At Louisville, fair At the Reasons home, police
Mikell said. i flow, but the April rate of flow, cases the extra came
cents; Birmingham 35 to 38% quality Alabama strawberries said, a note found near one of
at 14,500 cubic feet per second, in handy in making first ad-
this cents; Jackson, 37% to 38% sold at $4.50 to $6.50 a 16-quart the bodies read, "I've hurt
was twice the normal rate. vance payments on year'staxes. WillistonBand
cents; Jacksonville, 39 cents; crate and better quality Ten- them long enough." It was
In that case, the Treasurygave I

BAD BRAKES? I Ton Per Acre away and without the Treasury the individual took Rates'Superior' and to 41 North cents.Carolina ,points, 38% nessee berries brought $7 to $8. signed "Daddy."


noticing much immediate bene-! Closing hog prices Friday at : WantedCAPE
ATHENS, Ga. (APFor leading southern markets for I II Together Again Help

the first time in history, Geor- fit.Although most U. S. 1 to 3 grade butchers -
repayments of in- WILLISTON The Willistor I from STAFFORD, Kan. (AP) KENNEDY (AP) -
gia farmers have producedmore .. generally weighing
stalment credit increased in High School band, under the direction I,When Jake Nelson of Turon In March 1964, the working
than 180 to 240 pounds were: major
a ton of tobacco
acre. per March more than seasonally, of W. J. Stark, won a I packing plants in the Georgia- Kan., and Claud Fields of Stafford population at this missile and

the volume of new debt ad- rating of superior on cone FloridaAlabama area, $14.25: landed in the same hospital space center was about 29,000.

The Crop Reporting Serviceof vanced even more, so that the performance in Tallahassee at the state contest Willis t: to $14.75; North Georgia plants, room as patients they beganto Experts forecast it will increaseto

the University of Georgia total outstanding hit another ton's band Friday.the "C", $14 to $14.75; Louisville $15 to recall old times. 48,000 by 1966 as the Apollo

says farmers passed the one- record at $53.8 billion. In many was only .. $15.25; Memphis Thursday Among their memories was man-to-the-moon program en-
band of
making rating
s. ton-an-acre mark in 1963 with I cases the same people may: a superior $14.50 to $15.25; and Nashville I the fact that they last shareda ters its early test launching

0 Mw a yield of 2,003 pounds 503 have reduced their outstandingbills / Thursday $14.75 to $15. At some hospital room 58 years ago. phase.

teas-r 1r pounds above the goal set for] and then splurged by add A rating of "good" was re. markets selected lots of 1 and 1

1965. ing commitments. ceived on solos sight readingand r 2 grade 190to 230-pound Browse Our Gourmet Corner!
marching. butchers brought 25 to 50 cents

more a hundred pounds. Chicago -
I Bradford Hospitalton Solos were by Donny Stark,I prices for these weights tamanella's
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Special . clarinet; Bobby Hale, sousaphone ranged $15 to $15.75.At .
; and a saxaphone quartetby t 20 Georgia cattle auctions 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

BRAKES 95fc Admissions Hawthorne; Virginia Eli- Bunny Petteway, Vivian.I last week, slaughter steers

14 May 3 Mary Reames Luke,I zabeth Finn, Melrose; David Whitehurst, Harriett McGar i t y ranged mostly steady to 50 cents

RELINEDwith Starke. Robin and Karen Sue Thomas. lower, as Good grade 700to 1-
Carter.Dismissed
Bonded Linings May 4 -Brenda Gay Oliph- Accompanists were Mrs. 050 pound steers brought $18 FLAIR.
ant, Keystone Heights Wilma 3 -Edgar M. Lewis to $20.50. KITCHEN
Rambler ; May
Ford, Chev., Plym., Connie Caldwell and Syl v i a I .
Har- Feeder steers at 28 Florida
Rolina Peoples, Betty Faye Nina Lucille Lovell, Mary I I I

:Hazen, Robert David Rhoden, riett Johns. Cox.This auctions sold mostly steady, as i iI

Susan Joan Silcox, Ernestine D. May 4 Demos D. Johnson, was the last band trip I good 500 to 800-pound weights' by FRIGIDAIRE

Thompkins, all of Starke; Ade Mary O'Gretta Saunders and for Williston senors Donnj r brought $18 to $20.50.Larry .

laide Emma Saunders, Lake son James Mark, Linda Sharon Stark, June Whitehurst Montgomery auctions moved ..4rl

GAS WELL Butler; Eloise Dale Dugger, Tatum and daughter Robin Griffin, Bunny Petteway, Lou i Utility slaughter cows in a .. FRIGIDAIRE

Raiford. Gena, Franklin Leo Starling, Myers, Mike Dean, Wiley Lof. range of $14-20 to 16.20 or '

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hypnotized by the effects of a /
RUSK: Secretary of State
1 7,500-foot drop in which one was
I killed and the other injured, a Q.: What is the pattern of! major bear or bull market vember'closed up for the yearat Dean Rusk has described as

+ fellow jumper the stock market in presidential most probable? 179.90. "tactical and minor in chara

1 says. election years? A.: Under either. The worst 1940: Roosevelt, D. The av- ter" the U.S.-British dispute on ;

Jack Smith, 27, o'f Manhattan A.: Absolutely none. In eight bear market in history late erage started at 150.24, madeits trading with Cuba. ?

Beach, Calif., a veteran of 298 past presidential election_ years 1929 to mid-1932 -occurred un high in January, its low in ir1

jumps, was killed Sunday when going back to 1932, the stock der a G.O.P. administration.The June, closed down for the year In an interview recorded for ,.

: he failed to open his parachute I market has ended the year UP sharpest crackup since at 131.13. broadcast Sunday on British television -. '

i in time. on average four times, has end- -in 1962-occurred under a 1944: Roosevelt, D. The average Rusk sought repeatedly II { \ ,.
ed the year DOWN on average Democratic administration.The started at 135.89, made to play down the Cuban trade t .. .

Smith's jumping partner, Alan four times-as inconclusive a spectacular bull market of f its low in February, its high issue disagreement."I :.;',.{,,. i"' i.; .

Anderson, 27, of La Crescenta, pattern as you could get. the 1920s coincided with G.O.P in December, closed up for the think ''" V.''i;: CCR'.,,",
Calif., crashed to the ground Q.: Is the stock market likely The fabulous bull market of the year at 152.32. our approach"differs ,,: :' ;'"

seconds later. His chute openedat to hit its high for the year 1950s began under the Democrats 1948: Truman, D. The Dow- primarily in this respect, Rusk :
350 feet. He suffered frac- Jones index said, "that to you this, broadly] "
a before or after the Presidential] flourished under both the began at 181.16, i '.(" r
tured leg and facial cuts, but he election? I!,Elephant and the Donkey. made its low in March, its high speaking, looks like a question .' ",

was reported in satisfactory A.: The market refuses to Q.: What then is the tie be- in June, closed down for the of trade policy. To us, this is a

condition at a hospital.A make it easy for you. In the tween stocks and election year at 177.30. problem of a security threat" to : ;
years? 1952: Eisenhower, R. The av- the Western Hemisphere.
eight past election years, the
fellow sky diver, James A. the began at 269.23 made its
high for the year has occurred : Despite persistent erage NURSING HOMES: Sen.
Sommer, 26, of nearby Palm- before myth that there is a close connection low in May, its high in Decem-
the election five times Frank E. Moss, D-Utah,
dale, said he was at the drop and after the election three the fact is that thereisn't ber, closed up for the year at says
the lack of agreement on nurs- A Sand Scanner
zone when the accident occured. times. and there hasn't been 291.90.
ing home standards is of the
one
"As they were free falling, since the 19th century. The 1956: Eisenhower, R. The av- Paul Teleki funnels sand in the _
.: Any difference betweenthe major problems in caring or University of Florida's newest machine
they were sometimes as closeas stock market's performancein fundamental forces determiningstock erage started at 488.40, madeits the aged. a sand scanner. The machine is used to sort and count grains of colored sand
five feet from each other. of Republican victories prices now are the trendsof low in January, its high in : used in beach erosion experiments.

Perhaps they became so deep- years and Democratic victories?- business, corporation prof- April, closed up for the yearat I Commenting on three days of
ly in the effect of its, individual incomes and con- 499.47.
engrossed the A. Not to hearings by his Senate subcommittee -
: enough give you fidence. Much vital 1960 Kennedy, D. The index Sand Grains CountedOn
fall they hypnotized each other.It solid clues to action. There more to : Moss said "it would
the stock market's decline thanTruman's started at 679.06, made its high the
can happen, Sommer said. were five Democratic victories seem greatest potential for
election in 1948 was in January, its low in October,
in
between 1932 and President Ei upgrading care nursing
the fact that 1948 marked our closed down for the year at 615.-
senhower's election in 1952. In homes lies in a program of voluntary -

VINYL FLOOR TILE these five years, the market :first major postwar recession. 89. accreditation such as we Vanishing BeachesCounting
Much vital to the stockmarket's
more 1964: The Dow-Jones index "
42 COLORS IN STOCK ended lower three times, higher : have in the hospital field.
rise than Eisenhower'selection started the year at 766.08, madeits -
two times. Eisenhow-
During :
10-9? TILE PER er's victorious years of 1952 in 1952 was the fact low for the year to date that JOHNSON'S DAY: President the grains of sandon I And in typical engineering time if they know how sand migrates

I Sinclair Eaton Co. and 1956, the market moved I,that we were into the boom of same day and is now hovering Johnson and daughters Lynda I the seashore is an impossibleask fashion, they have dreamed up, in a particular area, Te-

716 N. Main St. ]higher. 'the 1950s. slightly below its all-time highof Bird and Luci Baines gave Mrs. : which has been left traditionally .,, a machine to do all the work. leki said.
Here's the record to guide i 827.33. Johnson pictures of themselvesfor to the ponderings of f
I IIi Q.: Any difference betwen "The sand counter," wihch Before the development of
:you through the uninformed Today business is in Mother's poets.
,
: iI. a pow. Day. counts 20, 000 grains of sand in the counter, the engineers pain-
arguments about stock erful upsurge, profits are zoom But breed of ,
a practical professionals the time it takes
prices and elections as the individual incomes The President gave her a fa- to blink an eye- stakingly counted each grain
ing, are .
Special features of the year rolls on. climbing and confidence is vorite picture of himself. Lynda ;rida engineers-- University of Flor lash, is giving the University'scoastal by visual means under a micro-

Bird, 20, gave her mother a picture are counting engineers informationon scope with special fluorscent
1932: Roosevelt, D. The fam- widespread. These are the for- 1 the sand to gain valuable data
taken at the University of sand migration off the Flor lighting which picked out the
iliar Dow-Jones industrial stock made its low for the to
year I they hope help Flor-
Series I may save ida coast.
h: ;;to .;,;;_ i-_ Holiday average entered the year at ces which have been propelling Texas before she transferred j ida's[ vanishing beaches which coated sand.
*'-*k; I; f6 i;' i includeClock I 77.90, made its high in March, the stock market-and barring ]last winter to George Washington .annually lose 20 million cubic The only one of its kind in "This was undependable because

.. .... its low in July, closed down an unpredictable catastropheat I University here. Luci Baines yards to the sea.Poppy. the world, the calculating instru- the human eye could not
with the for the year at 59.93. home or abroad or a speculative J presented the First Lady with a ment was developed especially always detect the different colors -

4-hour Timer 1936: Roosevelt, D. The average blow-off-these forces and ]picture showing her in different for the University by Budd Elec- ," Teleki said.

Low Temperature began at 144.13, made its I not the approaching election J poses while studying at the Sale tronics of New York City upon With the unique counter, the

rk" Oven Control with low in January, its high in NoVoice- will continue to be in control. I 1 White House. Paul Teleki. engineers can do accurately in a
t ** .. I
j-f In second what had tak-
Automatic Ignition studying the migration of previously
t :.F"" .ScIleduledSatllrdav off shore sand, the coastal engi- en an entire morning.

..-- -r'i;$'-'*: -_- :.. ;.. .=.:-_, _-- Fiberglas Insula- of the PeopleVoice I neers dump sand coated with Sand specimens celected
tion on All Sides,
.. .
-" T'* flourescent dye tracer materials downstream are poured throughthe
and Bottom
; ........- ....... ;- Top ., into different depths, says instrument, photo cells detect
t EZE-Out Oven ( continued from Page 4)) Nothing shocked me quite so school, I was never contacted. Teleki. and tabulate the different

_' _- --. .. .... ,,-!. Bottom forCleaning (in addition to district and much as the lack of vocational This occurred at a meeting, "Buy a poppy" will be the Later,, sand samples are col- colored grains instantaneously.
education-especially technical perhaps even the night PTA request of Gainesville citizens
Ease state contest) usually includes
At present little is knownof
..,..... ... trips with the football education the county whenI was abolished.We next Saturday. lected downstream and the the mechanism very of erosion
Color Coordinated team. If arrived. The county I left are going to have the grains are tabulated and recorded -
staying overnight,
".- -.1- I _' ,-:, Matching' Hoods transportation and motel had a higher socio-economic kind of schools we are willingto Members of the Haisl e y according to color by the"counter" and sand migration, Teleki
as
0 :" and Sinks well as meals add up to about standing than Alachua, yet it pay for; we are going to Lynch unit of the American so the engineers can said."Sand be

y v ".__. ____ .. ,. :4 Available12S.W. i $10 for a trip-yet the football was not run solely for those '' have to live with the kind of for Legion contributions Auxiliary will be asking determine the rate and course al times may faster traveling or slower sever-100
.. team gets its who planned to attend college. officials and administratorsthat as a tribute tothe the sand traveled at the dif-
expenses ,
nation's dead. feet off shore. We want to
.. Furthermore in less we elect. war ferent depths.
paid. If it is argued that the a county know "
football team earns the mon- : industrialized than Alachua, NAME WITHHELD Poppy Day was originatedat From this process, College of why.

ey, then I might point out that alert school leaders cooperated the end of World War I. Engineering researchers hopeto Paid Advertising

6' many fans consider the music with willing manufacturersto Florida Mayor Howard McKinney, In learn more of the physics of
Vote
16
proclaiming May
as Poppy
offer in electronics
I indespensible. courses erosion, so it can be predictedand I
citizens
I Day urged to partici-
1 What is the purpose of foot- and drafting. Anyone com- pate in the annual memorial prevented. 1

ball, art, and music? I would pleting the drafting course In CongressWASHINGTON tribute. Ship captains could avoid pos- 0
Phone 5392i enrich lives of the would be sure that a job in
1st Ave. FR say to the sible sand bars which buid
his field would be forthcom-
students-not necessarily to (AP) How up and diasppear in a month's
win or plaques although HoneymoonFor
games ing.Since
.a Florida members of Congresswere :;//f
q i II t these are nice, too. Hence, James Conant a few

u I '1II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!"" I !111111111 i ball-should more-yes, even be made more f avail o o t- tio years of ago one recommended guidance counselor a ra-- roll recorded calls: as voting on recent NudistsDELRAY


able. I cannot blame teacherson for every 250 to 300 pu- Senate .
On rejection, 45-46, of Morton, BEACH, Fla. (AP) -
inadequate salaries for pils in high school, I should
INIT avoiding after-school events. like to point out that GHS only R-Ky., amnedment to same bill Charles and Sissy Morrow, t.t',.J'<.;,':. .Z i.
has one for almost 1800 bill to require jury trial in crim- who were wed in the nude, x
Let us be truthful-if the Uni- pu- dressed for their
inal if demanded honeymoon. americana j
pils. The school is indeed fortunate contempt cases -
U ARKET versity did not provide a cap- in having an extremely by the accused. For: Holland, Charles, 23, a Miami sailor, --
tive of this
employees,
group competent person and she Smathers.On and his bride, 16, interrupted New
school would in
county system
_
i i I I ''I I J.ckien | deed be in sad shape. No aft- is recognized by being on rejection, 19-74, of Cooper, their wedding trip Sunday to I
< > mm I .UNIT various state committees, but R Ky., amendment to same bill hold an ice cream and cake )1"oven -
X> twill} er-school sports are availa- =_
M'''IT.ct.rw MamElys1i ble, and despite the avowed it is most unfortunate that to provide for jury trial at discretion -lothes-off reception "for friends I I
money limitations or poor or- of court in criminal con- only." i
open invitation for music, onlya I
I r1 I II I limited number are selected ganization of personnel means etmpt cases arising under the John Dawson, nudist camp operator cleans itselfelectrically ; ;

I -1C1_ through competition just as the that she had to do the job with voting, public facilities or school and father of the bride,,
only student help so far as I desegregation provisions of the !
said
'We
couldn't hold
SHOPPING football team is selected. If a recep-- r '
DRIVE-IN know. i bill. Against: Holland, Smath
you are not good enough to ion on the wedding day becauseall
OPEN 7 to 11 EVERY DAY! make the team, you do not geta For whom is the school run ers.House their friends were afraid of Set "clean" controls --

chance to play the game if not for the students (other .publicity." latch oven door set -
MEW LOW PRICES even just for fun. than prep school for college)? On passage, 312-40, of $1,702- Still their timer master oven
I question that it is run for state, justice, commerce and ju- wearing wedding attire -I cleaned completely,
Some persons may feel that the parents. For one thing diciary appropriations bill for a veil for her, a suntan II I electrically, in 2-3
the image of this hours!
county PTA is Gibbons and Rogers for him the couple stood in a''
PRICES GOOD IN ALL OUR missing. While I real- Gurney ; -r
should be that of university
a -
GAINESVILLE STORES ize the limitations of PTA- fiscal year 1965. For: Fascell, J receiving line to smile for morethan BUILT-IN 2-WAY

city, but I might protest when I taught here in Flori- against: Bennett, Fuqua, Haley, I 100 guests. I EXHAUST SYSTEM
1023 SE 4th Ave.
.
1234 NW 16th Ave. that in one sense this is al- Dawson 2-OVEN ,
and Sikes. Not wouldn't where y.
da sometimes we had as Matthews voting: say I
3809 E. Univ. Ave. CONVENIENCE f' "
3725 W. Univ. Ave. ready overemphasized. ;
2809 NW 6th St. 4205 NW 16th Blvd. many teachers as parents at Cramer, Herlong and Pepper. 1 they were going on their wedding I ONLY 30" 't .y

meetings-it does keep com- trip. I what i
4105 NW 13th St. Good CLEAN Ccbi munication Dark Coppertene, ,
GAINESVILLEDIAMOND open. Let's not Coffee Break MixorMatchColors ,y
abolish PTA so that school or White ,
SinFilterRegularsCigarettes
All Brands-King PROPANELP
curriculum can be changed
LOUISVILLE (AP)
Ky. -
ctn. $269Grode but let's involve parents.We .
Louisville Patrolmen Joseph Coma la for a
CAB discovered were truly that informa-w h e nprograms' Kukla and Donald Bowman I'' mis P.7 Oven tftmcnstratloNl MODEL J796A ':

Fresh Florida-in cartonEGGS..d0z tive and centered around cur- missed an early morning coffee I
"A" LARGE G.E. QUALITY STORE FOR 25 YEARS
., AcrM Frwn Greyhound riculum, parents did attend. I break but they have no com- HOTTER THANNATURAL
39C But Station
5.W.4 H AVCRM might add that in spite of plaint.As GAS

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when I gave my name a cafe, a man ran out with a

King Sin 6 Bot. Carton DAY or NIGHT and qualifications and expressed waitress in pursuit. "Stop him,", Low Cost

PEPSI.COLA a willingness to help the she yelled, "he just held me FR 6-5110 THE SQUARE & 503 SW 2nd AVENUE .
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8 Gainesville Sun Monday, May 11, 1964 'u.d.___ '_ .- .
weeK. Glen is vice-wesiaeni Of
... : : > the FFA and is now on the
:J Ij ji
: yaa .
Yonge zt j. # Supervised Farming Program.He
f Panther'sTale
M. served as captain of the
,
5
fir n:0 football team for two years ::swell

; Iki ChatterBy. a as participating in track. I

r I Glen earned All-Conference two I II

n4 Ii years in a row and was All-

Area Honorable Mention twice. I
p# r
g By i Mack was awarded the "Most
SUSAN LANE an4 Valuable Senior" trophy by
JAYNE EVERETT ERBERT MARLOWE and
I DORIS PERDUE the QB Club at the football Ban

This Wednesday, May 13, is a win over Fernandina Beach. :quet.
he day of the P. K. Yonge High The team's 'overall record for Spring has sprung! The an- Bermuda Day on May 13. All I PANTHER PATTER: If any

School) Exposition and Elementary the season was 14 wins, 2 losses. nual spring concert sponsored I who plan to wear bermudas good reader of this column has
the music
by department was must pay the annual staff 15
cwx Parents and
Art Show. Congratulations to Robert I an extra pair of suspenders, we
presented Friday night. The cents the The
friends invited to come and Steams and for on assigned day.
r are the entire team I I know of a fellow student who

vander through the school, to such an outstanding record. junior bands took and part senior in choruses the and school proceeds, annuals.will help pay for our II thinks she might need a pair

wb dew various student exhibits Laurels go also to Mr. 'Hoskinsfor Instrumental perform-I for the prom. We wish Mrs.
and art work, or to buy "good- his fine coaching. ance. were: The Panthers neded spring Dolin a speedy return to school
given by Kathy Davis, Jeff football practice with an inte-
i es" at one of the Service Clubs'booths We wonder how much of the
A We'd also like to Pace
s congratulatethe Getzen Jack
: z Philpot, squad scrimmage May 1. It
will to the
4 mia (profits go P. K. track team for win- Pittman and Andrea Kesler. looks as though there will be gossip column in the typing
fund. The' Art
and uniform )
ning the District class B Track Vocal solos were presented by much competition for first teamas class newspaper was TRUE!
show; be seen from 5:30r -
may and the will Meet on Saturday, May 2nd. John Sweet and Glenda Green. the scrimmage ended in a
r Exposition
be p.m.in full swing from 6:30-9 The following boys qualified for The girls' sextet also entertained 20-20 tie. Good luck next year! Gold Mine
the State Track Meet; Barry the large audience that at- The race is finally over! Student :-

xm.Some Bamstein, Hal Diggs, Lee Eg- tended. Council elections were HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) -
w special events plannedfor gert, Bobby Hines. Richard "Carrousel of Fashion" is to held Tuesday and a fine slate
After 9 found
Cynthia Rayl, a
: the Exposition include the Hinton, Covey Johnston, Ronnie. be the theme of the fashion of officers has been chosen. The
dedication of the A. R. Mead Koru Jodie Munden Harold penny in an upholstered chair
show that will be presented officers for 1964-65 are: President -:
plaque at the library at 6:30, Trujillo, Marell Tyre, John May 15, 7:30 p.m. in the school 1 George Green, Vice-Pres-I she set off on a hunt throughthe

the annual Spring Chorus presentation Wells, and Johnny Wershow. auditorium. The FHA chapterhas ident Larry Dalton, Secretary living room furniture and

"Herlong's Train" is the name of the song being enacted here by a quartet ; in the auditorium at Spring football practice will been very busy preparingthe Lois Jean Hodge, Treasurer I found a kiddy-sized gold mine.

from J. J. Finley Elementary School during the May Song Festival last Thurs 3:45) the physical education begin Monday, with a Blue and program and we are sure Tommy Farnsworth, -1

day. Left to right are Chip East, Ginger Philpott, :Marion Lasley and Ray demonstration in the gym at White game scheduled for the it will be enjoyed by all. tarian Chester parliamen-I. When she finished she had

Ellen Prystowsky, all fourth graders. The program was under Mrs. Becky Dan 7:30 7 and the annual Exposition evening of Saturday, May 23rd, With the first signs of sum- STUDENT OF :, $5.03 in coins which over many

iels, music teacher Mrs. Joyce Harms was pianist. Talent Show on the cafeteria at Harris Field. mer being definitely noticed, Glen McElroy, also known as years had slipped from adult

patio at 8:00 p.m. Parents are An event which honored all the annual staff is sponsoring Mack, is our student of the pockets into crevices of the fur
invited to and allf niture.
I cordially any
I P. K, athletes recently was the
the events.
'
N. ) annual Sports Club banquet,
5 CHORDS Parents of P. K. Yonge students held last Tuesday night at the Bucliliolz Pull Your End
were honored at several Holiday Inn. Reverend Thaxton i

events last week. The'KeyeUe Springfield was Master of Cere k a BARDSTOWN, Ky. (AP) -
and Anchor Clubs held a Fath- monies and Coach Ellenson of BuzzesBy
m The telephone company hardlywas
Discords er-Daughter Dinner last Mon- the U. of F. was guest speaker. prepared for this complaint
RICHARD1-nd teria (the girls brought their I A representative from the !t. :

I own "specialties" in covered :Gainesville Sun gave out the : .
BY VERB dishes: ) and both clubs observed all-area awards in Basketball I A a t "My telephone cord is too

Mother's Day with a Mother- and Football. MARY ANN RIDGELLand long," a subscriber reported to
]Daughter Breakfast at the Holi- The D.T.C. Club received their l 'nn.- 5er d 3 BARTON DOUGLAS the Southern Bell office. "Could

''Thursday night, April 30, the phony II, handling it very well. tion and appreciation of the I day Inn. The ninth grade Home state charter on May 2nd. It n__m.... nn.. ____. __ you pull your end in about two

60-piece band from MINI c 01 "Deep River," arranged by child picture. Mrs. Spaulding 1 Economics classes entertained was presented to Penny Nick. This week at Buchholz has these people; Kim Vickers, Kay feet?"

Junior High School of Holly- Gould, was beautifully played, played an understanding accom I their mothers and teachers at oils, the P.K. club's represen, been a busy one. The student Nocks, Mary Palmour, Cathy

wood, Fla., gave a fine pro- with Sheryl Johnson at the harp paniment. day night in the school cafe- tative at the Cooperative Education council has had tickets on sale Alvarez, Bice Hope, Debbie Tay-

gram in Gainesville High School adding much to the number. Patricia Ann Rehbein, pian-I their annual Mother's Day Tea. Clubs of Florida State: for the 1964 Freshman Hop. lor, and Carolyn Youngblood, POWERFUL PLUNGER CLEARS

auditorium. They were here by The Bach "Concerto in D Mi-. ist, played Brahm's "Intermez- The P.K. baseball team Leadership Workshop in Tampa., They only will' be on sale until who made straight A's. Cather. CLOGGED TOILETSin

invitation of Westwood Junior nor" gave both violin artists zo," Opus 116 with vigor and ex- 'wound up the season by cap- Mr. Marshall Sullivan, state: Monday. They cost $1 stag and ine Conner, Katherine Halsey, Jiffy//

High School, whose band will many shining opportunitieswhich : ultant power and rare grasp of 'turing the Keystone Conference president, gave P.K. the char$1.75 drag. The band will be Theresa Harrison, Curt Holden,

play a return engagement at they grasped with assured mood changes. Irene Dowd, pi- trophy last Monday night withWestwood ter. the Islanders. The dress will be Shelia Norris, Marilyn Rain,

Hollywood I skilL While their styles differed anist, gave to S c h umann's formal. The time is from 7 to Libby Sealey, Tommy Tiddale,

The band, under the h I g lily I somewhat both Anne "Scenes from Childhood" seven 11. All theninth graders will and Kay Vickers made all A's

inspirational conducting of Edward Bridges and Rheua Stakely are entirely different tone picturesall Whispersments. be invited. and B's in the 7th grade.In .
band music direc- unmistakeably artists at the beautifully interpreted. Wan-
Parson, that the eighth grade were Mike
The most enjoyable event
tor the "Lustspiel, violin. da Hertel sang "Wake with the Bliziotes Debbie
presented By LYLA BROGDONand has happened this week has Judy Coursey,
Overture" "The Music Man" After the intermission the Dawn," by'Leoncavallo. One of Fogal, Jim Funk, Susan Hennes- c
PAM WHITLOWFor Drivers E d been the of swimming
ation
u studentsare : coming
well conductedby full orchestra appeared, playing the top musicians de-
selections, very present The sey, Jeanne Kinser, Kathy Lev-
G.H.S. Bardwell Donaldson; numbers by Graun Barrs, scribed her performance thus: the fifth six weeks the following now driving with some,: into the P. E. program. erette, Ronnie Norris, Mary Ann
G.H.S. coaches. ninth P.E. classes alternate -
Some
"The Gypsy Baron," very spir- Schubert, and Delius, all with "She sang with good musical students made all A's on of our grade Pringle, Janet Stanley, Jackie t
Carol Estates
students
to the
ited, but smoothly Strauss; skill. style and showed a nicely developing j their report cards: seventh_ at are the being University.taught by interns pool.going For the classes that do Taylor, and Della Wilson.

"Clarinet on the Town," excellent sense of musicianship i grade, Patty Noyes, Jan Bar- Theyare not have two hours of Eldon Arndt, Kay Bourgeois,
learning much from they
clarinet by Larry Barr and The second 1964 formal recitalby and musical values." Mrs. Jan I ger, Michael Fearney, Susan very go This is because the Linda Boyles, Melvin Caswell,

fine balancing of solo and band the students of members of ice Larson was her excellent ac- Wood, Sandra Pope, Frank this.The a subject. Alicia Ceballos, Evelyn Griffin,
P.E. classes take two hours togo
NEVER AGAIN that sick
by Parson; "Bristol March," the Gainesville Music Teachers companist.Jane Kokomoor, and Jimmy Neidert; Student Council primary Lynda Kastor, Randy McDavid, when toilet o".rflows'TOILAFLEX feeling
swimming and to be transported your
featuring six lovely and well- Association was held in U ofF eighth grade Linda Al- elections are going to be held I Susie Myers, Joan Philman, :
trained majorettes, "West Side Music Building Auditorium, Arrington and Josephine ;mand, Bill Harlan, Pam W h it- on Monday, May 11 for the final over there. Carrie Sue Pierson, Rom Sox-

Story" and "Blue Tango." All May 2. The program presented Bryant, duo"Variations- pianists, gaveBrahm's ,low, Don Morrison, Morya Wil- election of representatives The eighth and ninth grade man, Nancy Stapleton, Jerry Toilet @.J.KG-m. Plunger

the numbers were executed with "Elfin Dance," played with pos- Theme by on a i lis, Nigel Littlejohn, Barbara and officers which will beheld : Latin classes directed by Mrs. Stephens, and Sandra Thomas Unlike ordinary plunger, Toilaflex
real skill and vigor and delicate itive assurance by Chris Boyd, Haydn, playing with Bowman, Roger Sims, Larry on the following F r i day. Bridges, had latin projects made all A's and B's in the does not permit compressed air or j
touch when needed. The per- pianist; "%V 0 0 dwind Quartet" flawless unity and with a give ;Sandefer Kathleen Fagen, Ann Next week we will list the results -, which were due Friday, May 8. ninth grade. messy water to splash back or escape.
and take such as one hears in : With Toilaflex the full pressure plows
of of these
this
election. Some
examples were
formance certainly rated a top arrangements, played with ac- duos. J Fearney, Debbie Green, Mau- Paid Advertising through the clogging mats and
great Mrs.
and balance Fransic- Delbert Ster Mixson and Marvin SEEN N' HEARD the Roman road, the Roman swishes it down. Can't miss
superior. curacy by I reen Rogers -
rett, chairman of Student Activities "Will you sign my a n n ual?" house, Crossword puzzles using I.l DESIGNED TO FLEX AT ANY ANGLE
so Pareja, flute, Joan Smith! ; ninth grade Kenny Snyder SUCTION-RIM STOPS SPLASH.BACK
arranged the program. ; .is being heard all over West, Latin words and derivativesand CENTERS ITSELF.CAN'T SKID AROUND
Monday evening i May 1, flute, Robert Mullin, soprano Leslie Ostrander, Eddie 1 TAPERED TAIL GIVES AIRTIGHT FIT
Gainesville High School presented clarinet, and Jerry Neil Smith, Dr. Tommy Ruth Waldo, ]Reid Steve Shrader and Abby wood. many other colorful pro
CenuiWlafld
the High School Orchest, bass clarinet. Chairman Award Committee j Slogans for Student Councilcampaigns. jects. $265

with Dorothy ,Reaves conduct Kristine Jordan, pianist, pre- presented the Alma Fennell Ash.The The band, under the directionof I AT HARDWARE STORES EVERYWHERE
office assistants for the Tournaments in the girls P.E. Mr. Frye, went to Lake For-
ing, and featuring Anne Bridgesand sented "Whims" with delightful Music Scholarship awards to Pa-
whim idea. ]last six weeks are: first period, classes ending.Pictures. est Elementary School Friday,
Rheua Stakely, violinists. grasp of Schumann's tricia Ann Rehbein, pianist,
I The Chamber Orchestra gave Donna Clarke, soprano, sang "A first award, and to Irene Dows, c I Charlene O'Byrne and S y 1 via May 1. They played many num-
Stroud:; ; second period bers and demonstrated the various .
the first half, playing two movements Little Shepherd's Song" with pianist, second award. Tell
Suzanne Lichter third period instruments such as the
of Boyce Lambert Sym- beautiful, clean tones and die-
.. Mrs. Otis Nelson presided, as- .- Linda Marlowe; fourth pe- trumpet, clarinet, trombone, and A Financing Plan for I Every Need
sited by Mrs. J. Robert Ashley ]riod Mary Jane Bethel, Margaret MIAMI (AP) Some time the saxophone. These various

Participating teachers were J Rogers and Beth Graves ago, pedestrian signs in down- trips have been to get new recruits -

Mrs. Thomas L. Bailey, Mrs.I I fifth period Carolyn Williams, town Miami were erected in for the band of 1964-1965. "

BisliopBulletin Conrad Bauschka, Mrs. George sixth! period Virginia Tipton; Spanish and English, for the The signs look very hopeful. The it ,, 1l .

Hack, Mrs. J. C. McGraw, Mrs. seventh period Judy Hooker benefit of the Cuban refugees.As band also will give a concerton ... N
i Guy Miles, Mrs. Fred Scholfield, I ; a further safety precaution, May 15. This is for the student f s3 I Iwy 5

Mrs. William A. Nash, Dr. Coach Christie's P. E. classes railroad crossing are now being body and the faculty.

Vere Richards, Mrs. Herman :are now in Softball. They are marked with rectangular signs Buchholz is very proud of the H ;S 1E

I Schness, and Mrs. Jerry N. ]having Round Robin tourna- showing a set of railroad tracks. high scholastic standings of

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r HAL BOCK bunt. Freehan pounced on the run homer from Don Mincher !

Associated Press Sports Writer ball and uncorked a picture and dropped Kansas City 6-3;

I MURRAY CHASS and New York downed St. Louis JJ>. Salinger wrote Catcher in throw which landed in the Balti. Chicago bested Los Angeles 5-T" I

, Associated Press Sports Writer 4-1, then lost 10-1. the Rye and it was a bestseller. more bullpen in right field. with Ran Hansen and J. C. Mar-

When graduation time rolls Phillies, Jim Gilliam and Maury Wills Charlie Dressen's book on his tin homering; New York swept

around at Mickey Owen's base- each drove in two runs while catchers won't sell as many Winning Runs two from Cleveland, 12-2 and 3-2

ball school, Gus Triandos and Braves Bow Frank Howard smashed his 10th 4 copies but it's sure to make in- Siebern scored and Robinson in 10 innings and Washingtonsplit

. Joe Torre should stand at the home run for the Dodgers. John teresting reading.It dashed all the way to third on a pair with Boston, winning

head of the class. Roseboro also homered. their the error. He later scored on an 13-4 and losing 94.Pascual .
After BootsThe I wasn't exactly a good day infield out. Milt with
The two catchers earned their support made it easy for Don Pappas,
t for American League receivers ninth WmsMincher's
from Dick
diplomas with high honors Sun Drysdale to win his fourth gamein inning help
Sunday, and for Dressen's Detroit I three run homer
Hall made the stand
runs
in five decisions six-hitter. up
day a that would have on a
way catching staff itwasn't and Earl solo blast
Tiger for 2-1 Battey's pro-
Pirates trailed 5-3 when a victory. I
made Owen Mays At .481
proud. even a reasonable day. vided a tidy cushion for Camilo
Triandos missed a third strike Bill Mazeroski opened the ninth Willie Mays had two of the Dressen sat Freehan down in I

by striking out. The ball how The Tigers lost twice to Baltimore -the. and started Mike Pascual who needed it
that led to the deciding run, hits, both doubles, and drove in nightcap

in Cincinnati's 2-0 victory I ever, got by Torre, and Mazer the Giants' only run in the sixth. and that matches that Roarke behind the plate. Thingsdidn't Battey was hospitalized afte

oski went to first. The Pirates : number of times Dressen proba being injured while catching a I
but
then
get
over Philadelphia while Torre's Mays, hitting .481, has hit safelyin : worse, theydidn't
I proceded to win the game on 17 bly blew his top in the Tiger get better either. foul ball in the sixth inning. He
ball straight
passed on the third strike games. !

paved the way for Pittsburgh's three singles mixed with a sac- Walt Bond was the battingstar dugout watching catchers Bill Baltimore had a 2-0 lead and made a spectacular catch and I
Roarke stunned crashing into the
Mike was
rifice bunt. Freehan and
6-5 come-from-behind triumphover for Houston against the rJ the bases were loaded with two

Milwaukee in the second The victory gave the Piratesa Cubs. The mammoth outfielder heave throws with reckless out in the fourth when Roarke chair used by the ball boy.
had three-run homer
game of their doubleheader.Owen split for the day. Milwaukeewon doubled home the Colts' first abandon. tried for a pickoff at third base.: Hansen a

of course, holds the the first game 11-5. In other -run in the fourth inning of the Norm Siebern was on first His throw sailed into left field. in the first inning and Martin's -

National League Los second then to base with a leadoff walk in the with 4-0 solo shot put the White Sox
singled Dressen
notorious distinction of missing games, game, DON DRYSDALE leaving a

the third strike with two out in Angeles drubbed San Francisco score the tie-breaking tally in beat Giants to stop Dodgers' slump----I fourth inning of the opener when deficit and no other catchers to in and front Dick to stay Simpson after Jim had Fregosi tied it-

the ninth inning of a 1941 World 9-1, Chicago nipped Houston 4-3 the 11th. Jim Wynn added a Brooks Robinson laid down aNEW turn to. The Orioles added three
with homers for the Angels.
before bowing 4-1 in 11 two-run double in the :;:= .a< Series game. He now operatesa innings 11th. : more runs and completed the
Manager Yogi Berra got Wj
baseball school for boys 8 sweep, with a 7-1 victory.In the
for
a starting line-up inteact
lin{
through 18. I a other American League first time this season and the

Reds Score Auburn Rebels I games Minnesota got a three-! Indians felt the impact.

The Triandos passed ball put YORK CLEVELAND First Game

Deron Johnson on first base in abrhbi abrhbi Boston WASHINGTONab
v Ki/bek, ss 2110 Howser ss 401 0 r h bi abrhbl
the fourth inning of a scoreless 4 t... aLms ss 2210 Brown 2b 410 0 Schilling 2b All Zimmer 3b 5221 Newman Said Big

pitching duel between Philadel Await Rlch'dson 2b6 3 5 OWagner If 412 2 Bressoud ss 2 1 0 Blas'ame 2b 3 1 1 0
Playoff : fJ Maris rf 5235 Romano c 400 0 Mantilla cf 4 1 1 cCottier 2b 2120
phia's Chris Short and the Reds' I II Gonzales rf 1100 Whitfield Ib 4 0 0 0 Malzone 3b 3010 Hinton U 4221
Mantle cf 3 1 OoFranc'arf-cf3000 Wood p 1000 eHunt If 1000 .
Joe Nuxhall. % t Lopez If 1000 Held cf 100 0 Stuart Ib 4000 King rf 2001
.. .. 201 0 Clinton rf 4000 dVal'ntne rf 1 0 0 0'
I / Tresh If 4011 Chance rf
Short struck out Frank Rob- By MIKE BARRON I to defend its Sec title in a three- ( Hamilton p 1000 Alvis 3b 300 0 Conigliaro If 4 0 0 0 Skowron Ib 3233 Threat to Hayes
inson Daley 0000 Donovan p 000 0 Tillman c 3131 Phillips Ib 0000
for what should have been Associated Press Sports Writer series with Western win- p
game P'tone lb-Cf: 4231 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 Monb'q'te p 1 0 0 0 Lock cf 3202
the third out, then walked Tom Auburn the Southeastern Con- Wednesdayhelout # ; Howard c 3001 Walker p 000 0 aMelias 1000 Brumley c 3320
?xr; Boyer 3b 4012 Siebert p 2000 Charton p 0000 Kennedy ss 4024
Harper and gave up a run-scor ference's Eastern Division baseball Wednesday. Zf 4 Bouton p 4000 cSmith 1001 0 Earley p 0000 Osteen p 3001 I By DICK BARNES 1 9.1 and one of the 9.2 official
0000 bWiHiams 3b 1 0 0 0
ing single to Chico Cardenas. I champion, gets its chance Auburn had to win its 1. bMoore Totals Ib 4112 1000 15 10 Kelley Totals p 32 2 4 2 Totals 32 .4 6 4 Totals 34 13 14 13 Associated Press Sports Writer clockings was only a hair over
final a-Ran for Kubek in 3rd b-Struck out a-Filed out for Monbouquette in 5h; '
9.1.
two games of the season to with- 4 for Bouton in 8th; c-Grounded out for b Flied out for Earley in 7th; c-Doubled FRESNO Calif. (AP-Take) a
4 ; ,e ( ; Siebert in 8th. for Blasingame in 7th; Sacrificed
9.1
stand a driving challenge by for King in 7th; e-Struck out for Hinton short, brittle legged balding Hayes, history's only

New York .................522 000 in 8th.Boston. him with still hasn't had the
Florida for the East title. The Cleveland ......... ......000 200 012-12\\ .... .. .. .... .... ... 100 012 000- fellow and match sprinter,
; Washington ... ........... 104 103 40x-U brawny Bob Hayes, the world's mark accepted as a world's record -
Gators also won both their last E Held! Boyer Pepitone, Howser- 6E-None. P01A-Boston 24-14 WashIngton -
.... j -.- .- two and wound Brown. PO-A-New York 27-7, Cleveland 2715. LOB-Boston Washington fastest human and a football because he ran on an as-
games up onlya 275. DP Brown and Howser; Bouton, 2B Schilling. Skowron. Brumley, .
First Game -
MILWAUKEE PITTSBURGHab LOS ANGELES SAN FRANCISCO half-game behind the Tigers.. Linz and Pepitone; LOB New York ,Cottier. 38 Zimmer, Kennedy. HR- player when he isn't sprinting. phalt track.Newman .
I abrhbi abrhbi : 11, Cleveland 3. Tillman, Mantilla. !
2
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Auburn, which finished 13-5 in 2B Boyer, Tresh, Wagner. HR S-Bressoud, Valentine. SF-King Osteen.IP It sounds like the other man only a 20-year-old
Maye If 4730 Alley ss 4100 Wills ss 5 1 2 M.AIou If-cf 4000 ;r 4% Maris, Wagner, Pepitone. SB Richardson. H R ERBBSO I
aAlou If 2100 Mota cf 4111 Gilliam 3b All J.Alou rf 4020 the SEC and 20-5 over-all, will .. ft SF-Tresh, Howard.IP Monb'q'tte U 1-4 4 7 6 6 a 1 might win the race if Hayesran junior despite his deceiving

Cline cf 4012 Clemente rf 4121 T.Davis If 51 1 Mays Cf 4021 be host to Ole Miss in the first _... <.}'f k.' A:.. ..., H R ERBBSO Charton .. ... .....I 1.3 3 3 3 1 0 backwards. hairline, ran on the Ratcliff Stadium
Aaron rf 5243 Freese 3b 4010 Fairly Ib 4110 Larsen p 0000 1 Bouton, W, 3-1 .. .7 4 2 1 0 8 Earley........ .. 2.3 0 0 0 0 1 I
Mathews Ib 3 2 1 Stargell rf 4210 Howard rf 51 McCovey Ib 3000 game. The Rebels whose final : 1:; S ''i1:Hamilton .. .....1 0 0 0 0 0 Wood ............2 4 4 4 2 1 But incongruous as it seems, track that officials call
GabrMson Ib 0 0 0 0 Clenden'n Ib 2 0 1 2 Roseboro c 422lHaller c 4000 f Daley........... 1 0 0 0 0 1..Osteen W 2-3 .....9 6 A 4 1 5
Torre c Sl2OMazerski2blOll Torborg cOO 0 0 Hitler 2b 1000 game with Mississippi State was : :.,. vt.* .44 *::..<\4.1<:ft. Donovan L, 2-1... 1.3 3 5 A 2 0 WP Monbouquette, Wood. U-Smith, Darel Newman, Fresno State I "just plain old, San Joaquin!
ae la Hoz 3b 5 1 2 1 Pagliaronl c 3 0 1 0 W.Davis cf 4 1 0 D'venport 2b 2010 ;>'''''''i.Y,; .. 'tfu; 4 ;0 xMcMahon ......0 1 0 0 0 0 Kinnamon Honochick, Runge. T-2:31. Valley clay."
Boiling 2b 4110 Friend p 2000 Trace'skl 2b 4 0 0 0 cSnider 1000 rained out Saturday, finished 11- 1-;: ; May I 1 64 Pg 9 ;!;Walker ..........1 2-3 3 2 2 1 1 College, is the one man in the
Menke ss 1 1 McBean p 0000 Drysdale p 3IIOHart 3b 3000 ; ... : Siebert .......... 6 7 3 3 311 Second Game I The record came In a heat
Spahn p 3O2OBorkp 0000 Pagan ss 3000 1 in the conference and 19-4 . I Kelley ........ ...1 1 2 0 0 1 BOSTON WASHINGTON world who apparently can give
LEmaster p 2 0 0 0 Butters p 0000 Sanford p 1000 over all. ;''';BM #: .... .ws _.,<. x-Faced 2 men in 1st, abrhbi abrhbi Hayes his closest race at 100 when, said Newman, he easedup
bJohnston 1000 aKuenn 1110I HBP Linz U-Drum-
By Kelley ( ) Jones 2b 5100 Zimmer 3b 5010 too because he
Totals 44 11 11 10 Totals 32 5 I 5 Perry p 0000 The second playoff game will mond, Umont, DiMuro, Paparella. T301. Bressoud ss 4 1 3 0 Blas'ame 2b 5 1 1 1 yards-and he fits the bookish soon thought
a-Safe on error for Maye In 7th; b Pierce p 0000 Y'trz'ski cf 4232 Hinton If 4010 another cross stripe was the fin-
-Popped out for Butters In 9th. bPeterson If 1000 I be played at Mississippi on Fri. Second Game Mantilla cf 1000 King rf 4110 description.
Totals 38 9 07 Store ish. He the final in 9.3 and
.Totals no 32.1.6.1 Variety NEW YORK CLEV7LAND Malzone 3b 4000 Skowron Ib 5112 won
Milwaukee ........ .. .. 300 010 760-11 a-Singled for Sanford in 6th; b day and the third game if necessary abrhbi abrhb bWilli'ms 3b 1 0 0 Lock cf 3020 Newman blazed a 100 in 9.2
Pittsburgh ............... 000 221 000- S Grounded out for Pierce In 8th; cStruckout will also be played at Linz ss 5010 Howser ss 3010 Geiger rf 3121 Brumley c 4120 seconds Saturday at the West had slight, but allowable, aidin.g
for Davenport in 9th. Rich'dsori2b3000Brown 2b 5000
Clinton rf 1000 Kennedy ss 3011 winds each time.
Clemente, Alley. PO-A Milwau- the Rebels' home field on Sat Winner 7-6 Lopez If 5000 Wagner If 5110 Stuart Ib 4 1 11 Hannan p 2000 Coast Relays as he equaled the
kee 2703 Pittsburgh 2713. DP de la Los Angeles ....u....... 003 001 050-9 Mantle cf 401 0 Whitfield Ib 5 1 2 1 Nixon c 301 Bouldin p 0000 Newman, 5-9 and 155 pounds
HOL Boiling and Mathews; Menke. Boll. San FrancIsco ......... .. 000 001 000-1 urday. Tresn cf 0000 dGrant 0000 Tillman c 2000 Rldzik p 0000 listed world's record and be- said he had "built all
Ing and Mathews. LOB Milwaukee 9, Auburn beat cMaris rf 1000 Francona rf 5 0 3 1 Conigliaro If 5 2 2 1 aPhillips 1000 fastest Caucasian myself up
-
Pittsburgh 6. Georgia Tech 10-. Gainesville Store Howard 3221 Azcue c 5010 Wilson p 1111 Bridges p 0000 came history's week long" in anticipation of
2B de la Hoz. 3B Mota Stargell. E-McCovey 2. PO-A-Los Angeles 27- 2 Saturday while Florida Variety Pep re rf-cf 4030 Held cf 3000 Radatz p 1011 Koch p 0000 at the distance.He .
HR-Mathews, Aaron. SB Aaron. SF- 13. San Francisco 27-10. DP-Fairly, Wills as capped a great comeback by Gonzalez Ib 4 0 0 Alvis 3b 201 0 cValentlne 1000 the race before 12,000 hometown
Clendenon. and Fairly. LOB-Los Angeles 5. San beating Georgia 1-0. in other Boyer 3b 3000 Kralick p 3010 Narum p 0000 '
IP H R ER BBSOjcSpahn Francisco 5.2BDrysdale. scoring a run in the 11th inningto Williams p 2 0 1 aChance 0000 Totals 39 9 14 7 Totals 37 4 10 4 shared the spotlight with fans. r
. .. 5 7 5 5 3 2 Mays 2. 3B-Gilliam. HR final SEC games, Vanderbilt Stafford p 2100 bDavalillo 000 0 a-Struck out for Rldzik In 6th; fa- veteran Dallas Long almost did not
Lemaster, W, 3-2 M 1 0 0 2 4'-Roseboro, Howard. SB-T. Davis.IP split doubleheader down Yankeetown 7-6 yesterday Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 Struck out for Malzone In 8th; cStruckout shotputter Long compete
Friend L. H.... 61-310 6 6 2 4 H R ER BBSO a with Ten in Central Florida for Koch in 8th. who upped his world record to because he dropped a weight on
Drysdale, W, a League
4-1 0 6 362102'
VMcBean .. .. 0 3 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 5 Totals 38302 Totals :
Bork ... ... ... 1-31 1 0 0 1 Sanford L.,. 3-3 ... 6 A A A 3 2 nessee, winning the first game baseball game at Harris Field. Purposely passed for Kralick in 9th; Boston .. ... ............ 002 023 200-9 6 -7Y4 despite a foot injury. his left foot the week before the
.
Butters ..... .,. .2 1.3 3' 0 0 0 3 xPerry .. 1 3 3 3 0 1 11-4 and losing the nightcap 181. b-Ran for Chance in 9th; cGroundedout Washington ............. 001 201 000-4
x-Faced 1 man in 6th; y-Faced 4 Pierce ... ......1 2 2 0 0 0 Yankeetown led 6-2 going into for Tresh in 10th d-Ran for Whit- Newman accomplished his 9.2 meet. But he ignored a painful
I Larsen .. .... .. 1 0 0 0 Louisiana State beat Tulane Boulind Brumley. PO-A
0 1 7-5 field in 10th. E-Jones. -
men in 7th. U x-Faced 3 men in 8th. the bottom of the ninth. Variety Boston 27-9, Washington 2710. DPBressoud despite a start that did not satisfy -. bruise and slight bone chip long

Steiner HBP, -Barlick By McBean, Donated(BoilingV and Landes.- WP-Sanford. U-Jackowskl, Crawford, in the first game of a twin bill, I New York ...............010 ooo 100 1-3 : Jones and Stuart; Skowron and him and a misjudgment of. enough to better his previously
Store tallied four times to tie
Vargo, Forman. T-2:21. A 4,766. but Cleveland ...............000 101 000 0-2 Kennedy; Blasingame, Kennedy and
T-2:2. rain canceled the second the game and set the'stage for Skowron. LOB-Boston 8, Washington 10. the finish line. Yet one of three I pending world mark by 7%
First Game CINCINNATI PHILADELPHIAab game. 7-Abernathy.. PO-A New York 30- 2B-Klng, Stuart. 3B-Geiger, Conigliaro. -
ST. LOUIS NEW YORK r h mi ab r h bi the winning run of the 11th. Pete 14 Cleveland 30-15. DP Linz, Richardson Yastrzemskl, Blasingame, Skow. official watches caught him In inches.
abrhbl abrhbl Rose 2b 300 Taylor 2b 4010 Auburn pounded out 20 hits off and Gonzalez 3; Howswer, Brown I ron. SB-Hinton. SF-Stuart.
Flood Cf 4010 McMillan ss4120 Klaus 3b 4000 Callison rf 4000 Henderson drove in the winning :and Whitfield. LOB New York 7. IP H R ERBBSO
4000 Kanehl cf 4111 Pinson cf 400 Allen 3b 4000 two Tech pitchers while left- marker. I Cleveland 10. 'Wilson W, 1.1 ?.. 52-3 7 4 4 2 7
Groat ss Johnson If 421 OSievers Ib 4010 Radatz ......... 31-330025
4120 HR Howard, Whitfield. SB Alvis.
3000 2b
White 3b lb 3120 Altman Hunt rf 3011 Robinson rf 4 0 2 Gonzalez cf 3000 hander Monty Sharpe was limit Key Stephenson was the win- :S-Alvis. I Hannan L. 0-2 .... 41-3 1 4 4 3 3

James Boyer If 64 0 0 0 Hickman rf 1 0 1 1 Harper If 3000 Cater If 3010 ing the Yellow Jackets to seven.It IP H R OR BBSO Bouldin ......... 2-3231 00 Major
James If 4000 Thomas If 4111 Cardenas ss 4 0 1 1 Trlandos c 2010 ning hurler and Robert Puckett 1 Williams! .._....51-3 7 2 2 2 2 I Ridzik ......... 1 a 0 a 1 1 STANDINGS I
Edwards c 4010 Wine ss 3000 [ Tech's final Bridges ........ 1 3 2 2 0 2
Warwick rf 2 0 0 0 Gender c 3010 was SEC baseball and Richard Stafford, W, 1-0 .42-33 0 0 3 1
McCarver c 4 0 2 1 Harkness Ib ADO 0 Nuxhali p 4010 Short p 2000 Thompson each :Kralick ..........9 7 2 2 1 A Koch ........... 1 1 0 0 0 3 league
Javier 2b 3000 Samuel 3b 3000 aAmaro 1000 game, as the Yellow Jack. had two hits for the winners. 'Abernathy L, 1.1.1 1 1 0 1 0 I Narum ......... 1 0 0 0 0 0
Baldschun p 0 0 0 0 WP-Bouldln, Wilson, Koch. U-Kinna
WP Williams. U-Umont, DiMuro,
Craig P 3000 Stallard P 3000 Totals 34262 Totals 30840. ets are leaving the conferenceJune Newberry scored 16-0 victory mon, Honochick, Runge, Smith.
a
Paparella Drummond.
T-2:59. A-28.694. T-3:29.1
Burdette p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 4 f 4 a-Popped out for Short In 8th. _A-. 11.UWCHICAGO._ _. American League Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 0
Totals 30 1 S 1 30.Righthander. over Chiefland in another n W L Pet. G.B. Los Angeles 9. San Francisco 1

_St. Louis ... .......... .. 000000 100-1,'Cincinnat .............. 000 100 010-2 Charlie Anderson -loop contest. Norm Koff hurlera BALTIMORE First Game DETROITab LOS ANGELES I Chicago New York............................. 12 13 7 6 ..667&50 -- Cincinnati TODAY'S(Ellis 1-0)GAMES at
abrhbi ab bICun'ham Pittsburgh
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New York .... .. .. .. .. .. 000 001 03X-4 I Philadelphia ........... 000 000 000-0 r h bi ab r h bi .
allowed Georgia just three onehitter for the winners. Brandt cf 402 OM'Auliffe ss All 0 lb 4 1 2'1 Simpson cf 4111 Baltimore ............. 13 9 .591 1 (Veale 1-3), nightSt.
E-Warwick. Boyer. PD-A-St. Louis 0 Wets 2b. 4 0 a Moran 3b 4130 'Cleveland ............... 11 9 .550 2 Louis (SadecM 0-2) at Philadelphia
84-17; New York 27-9. DP- Groat. Javier E-None. PO-A-Cincinnati 27-9. Philadelphia hits, striking out six and walking Clint McKoy had three hits Aparicio Bowens rf ss 3 401 0 Lumpe Kaline rf 2b 4010 4011 Robinson rf 4 0 0 FregosI ss 4122 'Minnesota .............. 12 11522 2% (Culp 1-2). night
and White; Hunt, McMillan and Hark 2710. LOB-Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia three. Kirkland rf 0 0 0 OcThomas 0000 Ward 3b 412 0Torres lb 4030 Boston .................. 10 12 .455 4 San Francisco (Bolin 0-1 or O'Dell
ness. LOB-St. Louis 6. New York 6. < S.28Robinson. while Koff had a pair. Dave Siebern lb 210 OCash Ib 3000 Wilhelm p 000 OfDees Ib 0000 i Los Angeles' 10 13 .435 f/t 04) at. Houston (Farrell 3-1), night
2B McMillan. Gonder. Hunt. 3B 2. 3B-Sievers. Final Standings Veal was the loser for Chief Robinson 3b 2 1 0 0 Demeter cf 4010 Hansen ss 41 Rodgers c 4010 Detroit .....::::::::::::: 9 13 .409 5 (Only games scheduled.)
McMillan.,, HR-Kanehl., Thomas IP H R ERBBSO Eastern Division I Powell If 4001 Horton If 4000 Hansen ss 4 1 3 Thomas rf 3000 Washington .............. 11 16 .407 Stt Tomorrow's Games
IP H R ERBBSO Nuxhall W 2-2 .. 9 4 0 0 2 8 Conference Games All Game land. Benny Teene got the lone Snyder If 0000 Freehan c 3010 Nicholson 4010 Knoop 2b 4000 Kansas City .............. 813 .381 SVS Los Angeles at ChicagoSan
Craig L. 2-1 7 1-3 8 3 3 0 2 Short. (L, 0-1) 8 6 2 1 2 11 W L Pet. W L Pd. R. Brown C4000Wert 3b 2000 Stephens cf 1000 PiersaU If 1000 Yesterday's Results Francisco at Houston, N
Burdette .. ... 2-3 1 1 1 1 1 Baldschun .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 X-Auburn ...... 13 5 .772 20 5 .800 hit for Chiefland. Adair 2b A 0 0 OaBruton 1000 aH'sh'er cf 4 0 1 cKirkpatr'k 2000 New .York 12-3, Cleveland 2-2 MHwattkee at New York N
Stallard. W 2-4 ..9 5 1 1 4 9 PB-Trlandos. U-Pelekoudas, Gorman Florida ........ 12 5.706 16 8 .667 Yankeetown Pappas p 3000 Phillips 3b 0000 Martin 5l2lR.Leep 0000 Washington 13-4 Boston 4-9 St. Louis at Philadelphia N
HBP By Craig (Kanehl!). WP-Stal- \Williams, Smith. T-2:14. A-11.642. ,Kentucky....... 10 5 .667 16 7 .696 000 005 001 00-6)() Hall p 000 OW'k'sham p 2 000 Peters p 1 0 0 Smith p 2000 Baltimore 2-7, Detroit 1-1 Cincinnati at Pittsburgh N
lard. U-Weywr, Conlan. Harvey Ven- Tennessee ...... 8 .471 16 14 .533 Variety Store 110 000 004 01-7 bG. Brown 1000 bLandis 100 OD.Lee p 0000 Minnesota 6, Kansas City 3 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUEW
zon. T-2:38. First Game Georgia ......... 5 C .357 9 11 .450 Totals 30 2 3 1 Totals 32 1 5 1 Fisher p 1 0 0 dPearson 1000 Chicago 5, Los Angeles 3 L Pet. C..
Vanderbilt ...... 4 12 .250 7 14 .333 Grounded out for Wert In 8th; b- eMcCraw 1 1 1 Duliba p 0000 TODAY'S GAMES Toronto ............. ... IS 5 .706 _
Second Game HOUSTON CHICAGOab Ga. Tech ....... 310 .231 7 15 .318 Popped out for Wickersham In 9th; ctan Buford 3b0 0 0 0 Osinskl p 0000 Boston (Lemabe 3-0) at Cleveland Syracuse .................. 5 .643 1
ST. LOUIS NEW YORKab r h bi ab r h bi WESTERN DIVISIONW for Kaline In 9th. gSatriano 1000 (John 1-1), night Columbus ................ 7 .563 V/t
r h bi abrhbl lIliks ss 4000 Stewart 2b 4000 L Pet. W L Pet. Tulane Wins Totals 38 512 S Totals 343103 Kansas City (Drabowskl 1-2) at Los Buffalo ................ 9 S .529 3
Flood cf 511 McMillan ss 3000 Fox 2b 4020 BrocK rf 4010 X-MIsstssppl! .. 11 1 .917 1' 4 .826 iaitimort ............... 000 200 000-2 a-Grounded out for Stephens In 3rd; Angeles Newman 1-1), night Jacksonville .............. 1 9 .471 4
Groat ss All Moran ss 0 0 0 0 bW.W'l'ms 0100 B.WiTms If 2 1 2 1 Miss. State .... 7 7.500 17 12 36i etroit .................. 000 000 001-1 b-Flied out for Peters in 4th; c-Walked Chicagd (Horlen 1-1) at Minnesota Richmond ................ 7 9 .438 ffi
Lewis rf 0000 cSteph'on 3b 1 0 0 0 Spangler If 4121 Santo 3b 4000 Alabama ........ 6 8 .429 10 11 .474 for Piersall in 4th; d-Grounded out for (Stigman 0-2). night Rochester ................ 6 8 .429 4Vi
White lb Sill Kanehl cf 4 0 1 0 Bond rf 4112 Banks lb 3121 LouIsIana St. .... 5 7 .417 11 11 .500 SEC E-Siebern. Freehan. PO-A-Baltimore D.Lee in 7th; e-Tripled for Fisher In Baltimore (McCormick 0-1 or McNal- Atlanta .. ._.... ..... ..211 .154 8
Boyer 3b All Hunt 2b 3010 1 Wynn cf 3000 Rodgers ss 4000 Tulane ........... 4 10 .286 12 13 .480 TennisOXFORD 7-14, Detroit 27-fl. DP-Adair, Aparicio 8th; f-Ran for Torres in 8th; g-Struck Iy 2-1) at Washington (Daniels 2-2 or Today's Games
James It All OHarkness Ib 3000 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 Bertell c 3110 X-Division champions. Auburn and nd Siebern. LOB-Baltimore 4, Detroit out for OstnskI in 9th. Stenhouse 0-1) night Rochester at Richmond

Buchek ss 1111 Kranepool rf 4 4000 0 0 0 I Runnels Ib 3000 Cowan cf 3112 II Mississippi play a three-game series ": Bowens, McAuliffe, Kaline. S-Rob- Chicago ...................300 100 010-5 (Only games scheduled) Syracuse at Columbus
\Nar-ck rf-lf 5121 Taylor c 1 1 I Bateman c 300 Jackson p 3000 .Ii 1 for the conference championship beginning Miss. (AP) Tu- Los Angeles .............. 003 ooo 000-3 Tomorrow's Games I Atlanta at Toronto
1 nson.
Javier 2b 4232 Elliot If 3 I IlJ@cker Nottebart p 2000 McDaniel 0000 -
p May 13 at Auburn. Remaining Kansas City at Los Angeles, NChicago Jacksonville at Buffalo
c 5021 Samuel 3 -sS 3000Wsshburn astaub 1 0 0Woodesh'kpOO games will be :. I l its IP H R ERBBSO ER.. Lee. PO-A Chicago 27-6 Los at Minnesota, N Results
at ane YesterdaY's
i played Mississippi.Livestock won 20th
Southeastern
...
2 1 1 1 Hinsley p 0000 I 0 0 F'appas W, 1.2 3 1-3 4 1 0 0 6 Angeles 279. DP Hansen and Cunningham :
p (all ........... 2-31 0 a New York at Detroit, N Richmond 4, Rochester 1
Taylor p 2000 Wakef leld p 1 0 1 0 Totals 32373 Totals 30474 Conference tennis title Sunday 1 1 ; Martin and Weis; Martin and Boston at Cleveland N Columbus 9. Syracuse 7
Wickersham L, 4-2 9 32 0 4 11
aGonder 1000 a-Singled for Nottebart in 8th; b-Ran Hansen. LOB Chicago 12, Los Angeles -
Baltimore at
N Toronto 8-14 Altanta 1-4
Sturdivant p 0 0 0 0 ind scored for Fox In 9th. sweeping half of the six singles U-Salerno, Valentine McKinley Soar. 6. Washington ,
Buffalo 3-1 Jacksonville! 2-5
r-2:28.
1000
bThomas 2B Cunningham, Torres,
Moran. 3B NATIONAL LEAGUEW FLORIDA STATE
finals and two of the three doubles : LEAGUEW
0000
Locke p -McCraw. HR-Hansen, Simpson, Frego-
Totals 41 10 14 10 Totals :31 1 4 1 I Houston ................... .ooo 000 201-3 Second Game i. Martin. -Weis. L Pet. G.B. L Pet. G..
Win finals.It San Fran. .............. 15 6 ..714Phila'phia ........ _
in 5th I Chicago .................. 020 101 OOx 4 Utility I BALTIMORE DETROIT Fort Lauderdale 16 5 .762
a Fouled for Wakefield ; IP H R ER BBSO
out
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abrhbi abrhbi 14 7 .667 1 Daytona Beach .......... 14 6 .700 1%'.
b In 8th Peters ..........
-Grounded out for Sturdivant was the third 3 633 1 3 ......
..
SEC Milwaukee .. .
straight I Brandt cf 3 2 1 M'Auliffe 4000 14 10 .583 2tt St. Petersburg ........ 19 9 471 4
ss ....
c-Safe on error for Moran in Oth. E-None. PO-A-Houston 24-13; Chicago I tennis for Aparicio ss 5211 Lumpe 2b> 4021 Wilhelm Fisher W, .2-0. ...... 4 2 3 0 0 1 1 St. Louis ................ 14 11 .560 3 Lakeland ..__............ 10 9 .526 5
----. Gainesville Livestock edged crown the Greenies, 1 0 0 0 A Pittsburgh .............. 13 11 .542 yfy ...................
St.: : ; 012 10 27-17. DP-Brock and Banks. LOB Houston -. Kirkland rf 5022 Kaline rf 4000 R. Lee .... .......2 Tampa 9 11 .450 Vfi
333
Louis ... .. 004 003 2
.... 1
3, Chicago 5. I IB who scored 27 to for Siebern Ib 200 Cash Ib 4120 Cincinnati .............. 12 12 .500 4V4 Miami .. .............. 8 13 .381 8
CWA points 24 Smith L, 1-1 ..... "
New ... .. .. 000EBuctwok. 1 7-6 and 21-34
.. 1
York .... 000 OIl -- Utility Depart 1 1 1 .
..
...............
Chicago
Fox, Spangler. 3B Banks. Robinson 3b 5 0 1 0 Bruton If 4030 D. Lee ....,..... 2 2-3 200 9 11 .450 sv Sarasofa ............. .. 7 12 .363 8
!HR Cowan, Banks, B. Williams Bond. ment beat Sunnyland Packing :runner-up Mississippi State. :Jackson If 5 0 3 Demeter cf 4000 Duliba .......... 2-3 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 Los Angeles ............ 10 15 .400 7 Orlando .._...._... ..... .415 .211 11
Louis 27-12 New ..,............
Houston ..
PO-A St. ; .
SB B. Williams. Orsino C 3 1 0 Phillips 3b 3010 Osinskl ......... 10 16 .385 7V4 Yesterdays Results
York 27-13. Louis New 11-2 in Business Georgia and Georgia Tech : .1 1-3 1 a 0 a 1 ....... __
York lOB-St. ; IP H R ERBBSONottebart League softball Adair 2b 3 1 0 Roarke c 4010 U-Stewart, Stevens, Napp Rice. T- New York 'W 618 .250 11\12 Miami 4-4 St. Petersburg 3-7
S. L. 0-4 ..7 7 A A 1 5 Park tied for third with 18. Bunker p 4l2ORakowp 1000 2:49. A-1.078. Yesterdays Results Tampa 7, Daytona Beach 4
28 Groat, White, Boyer WarwIckJavier. ..... games played at City New York +1, St.
Woodesnldc .1 a a 0 2 2 Egan p 1000 I Saturday Night Games Louis 1-10 Lakeland 3, Orlando 2
SB-Flood.3B Javier. Buchek. HR-Elliot. (Jackson W, 5-1 8 6 3 3 1 1 Saturday night. Alabama finished fifth In the Regan p 0000 'Chicago ao rilL Angeles ab r hH'sh'ger f.Chicago .1. Houston 3-4 Fort Lauderdale 3 Sarasota 1
SWashburn.IP .......
aG.Brown
McDaniel .1 1 0 a 0 2 1000 cf 500
H R ERBBSO batter in Three runs In the bottom of tourney with 10 followedby Pearson cf 512
x-Faced 1 9th. points Gladding p 0000 Buferd 301 Moran 3b 511 3I.e4
Washbum W, 2-0 .6 1 1 0 3 on3brf --
Taylor .. 2-3 3 WP McDaniel. U-Sudol, Pryor Se- the seventh for Gainesville 1 Florida with 9 bWood 1000 310 Fregosi ss 421 :
Louisiana
21.3 1 0 0 0 0 cory: Burkhart. T-1:56. won Totals 35 7103 Totals 35 1 9 0a Hansen .. i. ? Special features
Hinsley L. 0-1 4 4 0 1 ss All Thomas rf 312, I. '1 I
5
"- Flied out for In 7th
Wakefeld 2 1-3 1 0 0 1 1 Livestock. :State 7, Tennessee 4, Vander. >truck- out for Gladding Regan in 9th. ; b- Nicholson Ib 3 1 1 Rodgers c 200Cun'ham L -' 1i I of the

Locke Sturdivant ... 3 1 5 4 2 4 2 1 1 2 1 Business League action tonight 1 bilt 3, Mississippi 2 and Auburn i Jaltimore ................002 203 000.-7 2b Ib 311 401 Klr'patr'k Satriano Ib If 311Weis 313 I +

3 etroit ....................000001000 Carreon c 201
HBP-By Wa\hburn Harkness. Hunt). will send Utility Department I none. Kentucky did not enter. -1 Knoop 2b 4 a 11 i.
nP-Taylor. b-Ward 100 200 iIIT
SportsBriefs Belinsky p I
U-Conland. Ven- i
Harvey E-Klrttland. Roarke. PO-A Balti-
against Publix at 6:30, Mississippi State won the nore 27-11 Detroit 2711. DP Kirkland Martin c 101 Chance p 100Buzhardt '

Road Prison meets CWA at 8 I freshman title with 10 points 'nd Aparicio; Adair. Aparicio and Sie- p 000 100 :sinskl p 1 0 0aMCN'they .. ..

Boat and Gainesville Livestock wrn. LOB Baltimore, 8. Detroit i. Kreutzer p 1 0 0 i ,. 4 Riviera bold Star
Taylor I followed by Tulane with 9. Ten- 2B Kirkland Bunker. SF-Siebern 2. c-McCraw 100 ajKt ; _

jI j faces Sunnyland Packing at I nessee 7, Florida 6. Auburn 3 Ii Lunker W. 2-0 .. ..9 IP 9 H R 1 ERBBSO 0 1 3 Baumann p 0 0 0 .. I .. -. *--'.'..--- Award Gas Range
):30 in Division I takow, U 0-1 .... 32-3 3 4 2 4 2 d-Stephens 1 0 1 '4 S Hinged Lift-up
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j games on :and Mississippi and LSU 2 each. Egan: ..... .._.... 21-3 6 3 3 0 0 Ackley p 000Tetals work top is seamless -
Wins Crown 3y Field No.1. In Division II, I Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt and egan ...........1 1 a 0 a 1 33 for' Totals : 7 11 I for efficient
a-Struck out Buzhardt In .
ladding ........2 a a 0 a 3 ; b-
GOLF J Fulps plays Sunland Training Alabama did not score. Georgiaand HBP By Rakow (Orsino). PB Grounded into double play for Carreon In I cleaning; provides
Center: at 6:30 Howard's TV toarke. Valentine, McKinley, Soar, 6th; c-Struck out for Kreutzer In 6th; easy access to
Renegade 28 with H. E. Tay Kentucky did not enter. S lerno. T2:19.13..<<0. d-Singled for Baumann In 8th. wipe spillsChromelined

lor as skipper won the Gaines PORT ST. LUCIE Frank J meets Medical Students at 8 Cllieage ................... 100 002 111--4 door
the and Penn Chem General .ANSAS CITY MINNESOTA Los Angeles ............. 300 118 28x-7
ville Sailing Club crown for the Vlite of Panama City won plays abrbbi abrhbi on eye-level oven
Electric at 9:30 Field No. 2. Marbles Causey ss 5010 Versalles ss 4 0 0 0 RBI-Hansen, Cunningham Wels t .. for cleaning
,
on easy
year following the State Golf Association Martin Pearson, FregosI Satriano ,
final two J lorida .Green 2b 5 1 3 0 Rollins 3b 4110 2 ---
j I
CWA 510 000 0-691 Jimenez If 5110 Oliva rf 4 13 1 Kirkpatrick 3. E-Weis. PO-A-Knooo,I -- 41 cooler kitchens
races yesterday at Newnan's 1 1 rournament with a 72-hole total c Sentile Ib 4111 Hall cf 4111 Fregosl and Satriano. LOB-Chicago 10 ., wey4 gleaming beauty
Lake. ]Livestk 201 001 3-7175 WinnersJimmy :Colavito rf 3022 Allison If 3000 Los Angeles 8. 28-Fregosi, Kirkpatrick I Timed Oven-
If 289. Jerry McGee of Lake Wilson and Lau c 3010 Mincher Ib 3113 Pearson. Klrkoafrkk.. S-Robinson, .
c Connella Davis
selector switch lets
; ,Mathews cf 4 0 2 0 Battey c 2111 Rodgers Thomas. SF-Satriano.PITCHING f. ,
Renegade 31 with T. A. E. %Vorth defeated Jack Geghte of :Fratella and Jetter. Williams 3b 4 00 bZim'mVn c 2000 SUMMARYIP I you choose the
Flowers
Hart skipper finished second C:earwater in a playoff for see1 1 lIt. Dpt. 040 401 2 -11 73 and Jimmy Chestnut, Craig Brown AontgudoplOl0Goryl 1 0 0 Pascual 2b p 3010ITartabull :3110 Buzhardt CL 2-2) 1 H 4 RERBISOI 3 3 1 I ., /iJ meal you wish

and Comet Steve Duke Both had 291 at the won top ;\nda p 0000Bryan Kreutzer ... ..... ... 4 4 2 2 1 21 : A .. :, to time
skipper' 0>nd place. :Snyld 010 001 0-2213 ]J honors in the Boys' Club elimination : 1600 aumann .......... 2 2 t 2 1 0'' .. .. / The optional
was third. end of regulation play. )aPP and Melton; Morgan and j marbles landrah'n p 0 0 0 0 Ackley ....-...... 1 1 0 "Catchal-ator" .
tournament Sat c lAIUSik 1000 xBelinsky (W. 1-1) 5 4 3 3 5 3
Fourth Watson. Flowers Totals 373123 Totals 32606 Chance .__...... 22-33 J 1 t 1 traps and wraps
place went to Renegade urday.L won the 10 and Grounded out for Monteagudo in 5th; Osinskl ..._... ..... 11-31 0 0 0 0 all oven spillovers.
32 with Tom Derrick WATER SKIING under division, Brown captured -PoPped out for Battey in 6th; C- x-Faced 3 men In 6th. /i/_ Foil unrolls at *
skip. GARDENSThe Best Crowd rounded, out for Grzenda in 7th d-Filed WP-8ellnslty. OslnskL U Rice, q -__
per followed by Rhodes Bantam CYPRESS t he 11-13, and Chestnut defeated ut for Handrahan In 9th. Stewart, Stevens, Napp. T-3:00. A- touch and you toss

C. G. Mixson skipper I Rollins Colleuge coed team won NEW YORK (4P) Queens )Larry Crumpton for the 14 andover :ansas City .............. MO 000 OU-3 ,014. spills away!
; and JfteUIa ........._... 401 loo lOx-4
Renegade 30, Larry Funk skip t he women's Southern Intercollegiate (Ounty::: played host to its largest title. E-None. PO-A-Kansas City 24-7 Min-

per. I Water Ski championshipwith E one-day sports crowd when Runnerups were Milo Helton esota 21... DP-Versalles and Minctter. Owner DiesSAN -.
AB Kansas City 11. Minnesota 4.
1 University of Miami wom- Shea; Stadium opened. A paid and David Flowers. All six boys 28-C.usev D. Green. Oliva Pascual

There will be a party and second. In the of will oJavito. Monteagudo, D. Green. HR FRANCISCO Vic Mora-. .
fcn placing a close rowd: 48,736 saw Pittsburgh represent the Boys' Club -Mincher Battey. S-Mincher.IP -

trophy presentation on Saturday I nien's division, Orlando Junior t eat the Mets. Ten minutes i i in the state marbles tournament H R ERBBSOAonfgudo bito, 45, owner of the San Fran-
night AI L, 0-2 4 6 5 5 a 2
May 30. All interested I College took first to upset defending away a crowd of 31,430 turned I J 1 ere May 23. Boys' Clubs G rezenda, ....... 2 J" 0. 1 1 cisco 49ers of the National Football -
are invited ..... 2 2 1 1 1
Call persons H. to attend. champions Florida out to see the thoroughbreds at I throughout Florida will compete ascual.W.3-2..0 andrahan 12 3 3 4 .7 League, died after suffering -' 12 S.W. 1st Ave. Phone FR 6-5392

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''I' .- -- -- Grand Prix de Monaco

I Ramos. GetsDecision Lorenzen GrabsDarlington Jack- on ... i


I III Nicklau.s GOLF Graham Hill Wins Race

: 300DARLINGTON AIU IMPORTANT PART OPIt $tRAT 6YRIOR

;; Title Bout I ) PJ1V1N& A GOLFER CAM SAVE
i -ru ou b .MERELY BY OBSERVING B/AOOK/N6&ROuuD powtr SLOPE IWtAIRWAY. NE MONTE CARLO, Monaco pass Hill for nearly an hour I I I Brabhams broke down, both

ACCRA, Ghana (AP)_"If we S.C. (AP) -! ed the lead six times until Lor CAN noierue- APVAW1'A&ES OK DISADVANAC E5YRg51H1ED In a tremendously exciting seemed to give up the Coopers broke down, and both
Dashing Fred Lorenzen of Elmhurst enzen went ahead for good on AND PLAY ACCOKPJM had to do it over again we I 111., fought off the early the 134th. .mL hM '7( (A drove his B.R.M. to victory in Clark, the world various private entries.
would decide the fight the same challenge of Richard Petty Sat- ; t 1X115 the 22nd Grand Prix de Monaco had met his master here. He!
knew it, and he began to let Hill This race of a thousand corners -
way, said two judges who urday and coasted to victory in yesterday.Jim .
almost caused a riot Saturday his 1964 Ford in the Rebel 300 Casper Cops Clark in a Lotus led go. Six laps from the end, Clark takes a frightful toll of
5/fUAtION backed off completely he machinery every year, but Hill
late model stock He from the start until lap 39. The -
car race. A NATURAL j
night when awarded ERS
they has now won it twice in a row.
shattered the track record in PVAHTAflAYgP FaR A race was on 100 laps throughthe claimed a mechanical failure-
Featherweight champion Sugar the process. $14,000 In HOOK _- streets of Monte Carlo. and he barely hung on long His average speed was 72,6
Ramos of Cuba a close 15-round When Clark faltered, Dan Gur- enough to finish fifth. miles per hour. He set a lap
Lorenzen, who won $10,115,
record of over 74 miles houron
decision over challenger Floyd took his sixth straight major ColonialBy ney led for 14 laps with Hill Hill was timed in 2 hours 7 lap 53 when he finally per got'in
Robertson snapping at his tailpipe all the minutes 17.5 seconds. Secondby
of Ghana.
victory, and simply outran the front of Gurney. His overall
time. more than a lap was Richie
The ring announcer cautiouslygave field. His winning speed was HAROLD V. RATLIFF Finally Hill nipped 'in front. Ginther, Hill's teammate, in race average is a record too.
130.013 miles hour. Time of
an
referee Jack Hart's deci- Associated Press Sports Writer l/ER ,A Fi40EG NECE55ARYTD At times he was only a few the second B.R.M. Then came
the race was 2 hours, 19 min- HEAR HERE!
NOLD THE FAIRWAY. feet ahead of Gurney, and also Peter Arundel in the numbertwo
sion and his much
quieter an-
utes and 36 seconds. A crowdof FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP- Ask for FREE Booklet
Clark. But he never made a Lotus, and Jo Bonnier in a
nouncement of the
judges' ver- 35,000 saw the race. Give round man Billy Casper a .. I On Better HearingGA1NESVJLLE
dict:was lost in the cheering and and chancesare $ I mistake, never gave either of privately entered Coo p e r.
tough golf course
Only Glenn (Fireball) Rob- them a chance to get back the Then came Clark, followed by i
confusion for few minutes.An .
a about three to one that he'llwin HEARING AID CO.
j
erts of Daytona Beach, Fla., :
lead. Mike Hailwood in a privately-
uproar followed when the Lorenzen's Ford-driving team- on it. r Yj f Gurney at length broke down, entered Lotus B.R.M. j 620 N. Main FR 6-0095

fans and Ghanaian boxing of- mate, was in the same lap with He says himself that "I like

ficials comprehended the deer Lorenzen at the finish. a long, tough course where I

sion and began shouting denouncements Lorenzen's time was more seem to play best." And he proceeded j AIM R/GNt 1/ER .
of the judges. Ed than eight miles per hour faster to demonstrate the point EVEN /6ELANDS | WEAK MUFFLER!
tMONCs SMALy TR6CS
Lassman of Miami Beach, Fla., than the previous Rebel 300 Sunday when he swept up $14-! I SLOPE WILL USUALLY
and Rao G.Velazquez of Mexico record of 122.745 set last year 000 first money over the 7,122- ,FIEAP Tfr'E 0M RUN
City. Lassman is president of by the late Joe Weatherly. yard Colonial Country Club I &OWMANPTHROUGH.. .-. CLEANING
the World Boxing Association.The >
Roberts finished second and course. '
'fHE5E ARe .JU5'f S or-
judges voted 7IW59 for won $6,050.Behind MANY <&11tIA1'ION 5 WHeRe '
Ramos while Hart favored Lorenzen and Roberts Such an astute observer as '7L.opg-coNSGIOu5NE55: PAYS. REPAIRINGI
Robertson by an undisclosedscore. Gary Player rates Colonial 1\ -wr..r.r- ,AU1lI....11 RIE l RV6lV I
came Robert (Junior) Johnsonof I among the top three courses in "We Rod I
Ronda, N. C., in a Ford and !the world. Them Out"
The Associated Press gave Ned Jarrett of Camden, S.C., I i
Ramos five rounds and Robertson also in a Ford. Fifth was Jim Casper, the 32-year-old, 215- Motor Block
four, with six even, but Pardue of North Wilkesboro, pound citizen of Bonita, Calif., Lane Gains Easy FlushedWe
sCOred the fight 70-70 under the N.C., in a 1964 Plymouth. had a closing par 70 for 279-
five-point must system. Petty took the lead on the lone under par-to win the Colo- Pick-Up & Deliver
first lap after starting on the nial National Invitation by four
The Ghanaians were generally outside pole, and led until the I strokes over struggling Tommy Triumph in Bout RADIATOR SHOP
confident the would I
challenger 57th lap .when Lorenzen passed Jacobs of Bermuda Dunes,
triumph despite his role of Calif. ... White Electric

underdog.The him.Lorenzen led until the 75th He commented afterward that JOHANNESBURG, South Af"way. Lane, a left hander,r & Battery

bout was more than just lap when he made his first pit Colonial was a mite tougher rica, (AP-Kenny) Lane of Mus- 'weighed 136% and Steyn 135. MUFFLERSGUARANTEED

another championship match. stop. Petty of Randleman, N.C., than even Winged Foot at kegon, Mich., No. 1 contenderfor Service
Last week owned took it here and led until the Lane lost a 15-round decisionin
government Mamaroneck, N.Y., where he the world lightweight boxing
newspapers advised that the'98th when Lorenzen took it won the National Open in 1959. a title bout with lightweight 118 N.W. '8th Ave.
African
South
should' be back. title, stopped Carlos Ortiz in San FR 2-8581
fight regarded as an Casper now has won 23 tour; champion I
historic national 'occasion.Dancer. Lorenzen and Petty exchangwas -naments in 10 years on the tour!champion Stoffel Steyn in the...Jaun, Puerto Rico last month.
and his triumph Sunday vaulted ninth round of their scheduled FOR LIFE ,OF CAR

him into fourth place among the 10 round bout here Saturday. AUTO FINANCE INSTALLED
WHILE YOU WAIT!
Hill Rise all-time money winners.He .
Coming off the canvas aftera DIVISION OF
-non transferrabl.'I .
has run his total to $312- count of eight in the first .r.. GENERAL FINANCE CORP.
305 and that puts him ahead of round, Lane completely out- Can Refinance '

Sam Snead, who has gobbled up boxed his 22-year-old opponent. Your Present Car and/or

May Repeat Duel $311,790.54 in a much.longer ca- Lane put on pressure in the Advance Additional Cash
reer than the chubby man from third round and by the eighth On Our Special Low Rates
California. round the South African's face I and Cut Your Paymentsby
Jacobs wound up in second was a bloody mess.A Vz in Most Cases.
By ORLO ROBERTSON unable to match I and he
Northern place won $7,000 as t $650 up to $5,000
Associated Press Sports Writer Dancer's quick spurt at the five- limped in with a 74 for 283. doctor examined Steyn at Just Call Us At 376-2511

BALTIMORE (AP-The field eighths pole in the Derby. Pim- Gene Littler, former National the end of the eighth and allowed .. or Stop In Our Office
foi the 88th running of the $150- lico's sharp turns favor Northern Open champion from LaJolla, the fight to continue. The no: .C'4 .__.., At 718 N. Main St.
000-added Preakness at Pimlico Dancer's shorter strides but- Calif., was third with 285 and South African had had enough,
Saturday shaped up as a six and the took down $4,000. however, and his corner tossedin .
small field
to
possibly seven-horse affair today figures give Arnold Palmer and Jack the towel at the beginning of
with another duel in the offing Hill Rise ample room to stretchhis Nicklaus, currently the biggest the ninth. '
between Kentucky Derby winner long, ground eating strides. names in golf, didn't fare well. 'I
Northern Dancer and runnerupHill I Nicklaus had 292 and won $775. Steyn was a heavy favorite HOT HUT HOT
with the capacity home town
Rise. Palmer managed 287 and took _
The crowd of 12,000, who were hoot-
$24,000 Black Susan
Eyed
Nothing occurred in the one- down $3,160.Casper +
for 3-year-old fillies at Pimlico ing loudly for an upset after his
mile of the $61,000 Withersat became one of the -
Aqueduct or the 1 1-16 milesof last Saturday lost some of its three top money winners of golf first round knockdown.But .
CAR SALES DEALS
the Preakness Prep at Pim- luster when Blue Norther, un- when he'moved into third place the veteran Lane 32 years
lico last Saturday to alter the beaten in five races this year, for the year with $30,891. Nick- old and with 92 fights behind!I
original field for the second race came up with sore legs and was laus leads with $46,925 and him, came off the floor and!
of the Triple Crown for 3-year- scratched. Palmer is second with $38,498. scored solidly the rest of the I
olds. r : :, AS LOW AS -
In addition to Northern Dancer

and Hill Rise, the starting lineup q*
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The Scoundrel, Roman
Brother and Quadrangle -
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Big Pete. ""P.LAFTER: $199

Mr. Brick, sixth .in the Ken- Yrhv.: i Y. it3 t,. 3" Snx. ,.<} FOR
tucky Derby after setting the .
early pace, romped. to a four- A

length victory in the Withers i : LIMITEDTIME
with a respectable 1:35 3-5 ,
clocking and is eligible for the S \ 4

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make the trip to Baltimore. Mr.
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Drive in for
year and has a record of three i: This Week '-7.. I
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third for earnings of $107,710 jirt$1on. \ ONLY -.. -,- .
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I r NO ONE ?HECI'AILSAc ift ) 111Ell SAt r cat\PlAIN+ TOO NO ONE UNDERSTANDS

ii WANTS? TO TtfcNMY Tba CRA66 1.TMUCH THEY SAri I a\IAPLAIN US CRASSY PEOPLE!
rI) 't JUMP ROPE WHEN TUEV TURN ITTOD FAST:

Whit your problem For a general 'J I FOR ME- AND iH VsA
n Friendly Enemy reply I write to Abby Box 3365 ii! LIJNEN11 ?TURN ITTOO SUfe)

,c Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and
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DEAR ABBY: What would you do about a friend who says, DEAR ABBY: My husband says I am unreasonable be- LOOK, COMRADE? GLPr LIKEWISE FEASTER ITSGUNGTHANWEARE.V THE RUSSIANS SPACE SCAMPER CRAFTSHOVJSUPBUT OFF AND AN-EVEN WOREAUEtf .

"I heard something terrible about you yesterday, but I can't cause I do not approve of his having one night a week "out NO MOTOR.'/-NO PILOTKIO //-
I tell off I want to NOISE!! -NO MUTTINV/ STOP WORR'lINGINGO, :::>GO!! ; HAVE WE. GOT
with the Before explain
tell you what it was because it would upset you"? boys. you me THE HEW HESS WE'LL : NO ANYTHING LIKE.mAT?
CONQUER
DELICIOUS EARTH
GOSSIPTOWN, USA what his "night out with the boys" entails. First of all, these AND IT SMELLS HAY HAS BEATEN WANDS! OUR WEAPONS THE FUMESALONE, .
DEAR GOSSIPTOWN: I'd send her a "get well" card! "boys" have no names or addresses. They just "bum around." US IN THE SPACE ARE 1.00O YEARS AHEAD JUST DISSOLVED OUR j I
I wouldn't object if he went bowling with the boys, went to a RACE.. THEIRS;! PEOPLE-PULVERIZER.'! I _

DEAR ABBY: I can't expect you to solve my problem, butI movie or had dinner with the "boys," or even if he played R g *, ..: ------j. -.. -
am interested in your opinion. Our school has just installeda cards-if I knew the "boys" and where they went. I think you I

I swimming pool, and the boys have been informed that they are beginning to get the picture. How do I handle this? I

must.swim nude. Some of the boys did not approve of this, hate to call it quits and throw him out because we have a =

but they didn't object because they were afraid of the coach. family. < C

(My son was one, that's how I know.) I think this should have FED U? r w/ .
been decided by the parents as it is a public, coeducational DEAR FED: Your husband is restless, immature, slipperyand ...J --

school built with taxpayers' money. What do you think? in need of some straight talk. For the sake of your family I....... ar.. wau.PAW'S ...- ..
TAXPAYER insist that he give up his next night out with "the boys" i

DEAR TAXPAYER: I agree that this decision should have and spend it with a man of the cloth, or a marriage counselor.
PER
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PLAYIN'CHECKERS s
been left to each parent. But your boy had better overcome FIFTV.CENTS 1 HE COMES YE WON .II.
his about in the of other boys or he CONFIDENTIAL TO "A FRIEND IN DES MOINES": Urge WHAT AILSYE, WIF .
shyness nudity presence LO WEEZY. YORE DOC PRITCHART- A GAME!! Q (( NOW
is likely to be miserable much of his life. him to put his affairs in order. He may live. '1 Q
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Weather, Sports O Pete And Gladys enc
0e 11:25 O Movie O New Horizons crl
12:00 O ID Your First
"Ambush. ((1939) A cunning .
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Gladys Swarthout, Lloyd O High School Chemistr) Z

Nolan William Henry. 12:25 O News ) _
11:30 O CD Johnny Carson 12:30 O CD Truth Or

TUESDAY Consequences O Search For Tomorrow IF THEY ARE ON WHAT DO V3U THINK? HOWEVER,WELL 1 BETTER
::00 Q Slimnastics THE MOON WELL THERE'S FIVE YEARS*FUEL REACH THERE PHONE TES
12:45 O Guiding Light THATS WHY I CALLED RND THEM. MONTHS IN THREE HOURS THAT fLL BE
O Sunrise Semester SUPPLY AND SIX
MONDAY EVENING chief to move his people YOU DOWN HERE. KNEW A LITTLE
O Visiting Spanish FOOD ABOARD. AND TWENTY
6:10 CD Continental Classroom YOU RESIGNED YOUR JOS
of Groucho to a Southern reservation. Government.NeIghbors 0 HOW / MINUTES LATE
5:00 O Best American BECAUSE OF WORRY.
While negotiating the 12:55 O CD News LONG
O Surfside Mystery 6:15 O Sunshine Almanac CAM WE
also bids
treaty, Tanner 1:00 O News STAYUPi'
5:25 O Moments In Sports- for the chief's daughter. 6:30 O World Civilization- O Midday >-c

5:30 O Newscope Daytona O What's New O Pastor's Study CD Local News u

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Huntley-David Brinkley after a form,. an image, 7:50 O News Deal' Q
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experience. TIMWALDBF! .1N THE UYING TOLOHWlYOUTJBWrrEOfiNOTHERVDUNOMAN( DONE TW i'YOU >/( WALDEN/I'D MUCq J
O Operation Aiphabet 9:00 O Danny Thomas. 9:00 O Divorce Court 2:30 O CD Doctors DID I HEAR 50MZ0NEAT R0O1t- SHOULD HAS E RATHER SEE YOU
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1(1K( WHAT DID HE TOOK AWAY GOOD. I llfjl I WELL/WI-4Y tPOfNTT I CAN'T--HE Jill"III '"
iii HE D0? MY DEPARTMENT NE5S YOU MAKE SWALLOWED
With Art Buchwald= STORE CREDIT r n HIM IT!
PAGWOOP. ,j CARD GIVE tT =r.7
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A few weeks ago 20th Century justified. 1 tographed: on a raft together. people embarrassment to the I oCd

Fox announced they were suing There was one night the couple I This was terribly costly to the tune of possibly $5 million.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard went out in Rome and Mr. studio and probably resulted in Then we had several miscel-

Burton for $50 million in dam- Burton almost socked an Italian I their losing $7,800,000 in busi laneous items marked down,

ages in connection with the mo- photographer. Th a t certainly I ness.When such as the couple's be i ng EXACTLY WOT DO \ ti-tdOTHtt MR.ZANYII! yyAR A MINUTE( !
tion picture "Cleopatra." The was worth $S million to 20th. Eddie Fisher left Rome photographed in Roman night YOU MEAN BY THATSST?/ I SHOULDN'T EVEN J, ...TH,5, K Y Ry

coupled were charged with Then there was another evening ,and Miss Taylor refused to an- clubs, holding hands on the set, DUR NG A tASllAI FORTt 1 E FEEL ATE QUITE gi 6ETNtG I ONLY IIDPE HAYS IMPORTANT!

breach of contract and depreci- when several reporters tried :swer his telephone calls, 20tt I and walking down the Via Ve- lBAt YOUR FIANCE FOR HE g DOESi4'TTIIE '
PRODUCERS Of
ating the commercial value of to climb over Miss Taylor's went into a spin. It was a $2-, neto. Under miscellaneous, we = DANES SHOHOQDffi THE JUVENILE ILA&MKSUSAliE C1 ANtE S ti
the_ movie by their "scandal- stone wall while Mr. Burton was :200,000 breach of contract. noted $6 million damages. E.I DRtae a s-_ .

ous" conduct before, and during -presumed to be hi the house. Then there were the love But this only comes to about

the filming of the movie. That was worth $3,500,000 of in- :scenes at the studio, and while $40 million, and for the life o

When the news was published, jury to the reputation of the pic- the press agents pretended they, of us we can't figure why 20th

Bob Hope said "Gee, that's going ture. were good for the picture, and I tacked on another $10 million.

,to spoil their honeymoon." On another occasion the couple that people would break dom I We're sure the studio, who
As one of the many combat went for a picnic to the the doors of the theaters to see would never take advantage of >r S l

correspondents who covered the beach with Miss Taylor's children them on the screen, we knew al I a publicity stunt, can justify it

sinking of "Cleopatra" from be- I, This cost 20th $4,900,000 in along it was costing the Fo:. or they never would have <

ginning to end, we were certainly bad publicity.And started the suit. i
interested in the figure 20th then there was that week Today We also owe the executives at'

came up with. AU of us in Rome end when they went off together 20th Century Fox on apology.! cwee, HUU2 WH WHYAND WENT 9 E MUST TNINK! \<-5S HE eUSHED)
knew the Elizabeth TaylorBurton and Miss Taylor c a m e During the filming of the picture C In Historv -We ARE NOW AWAY. JUN6L1:. D g. 15 A I DOCTOR 0ANJCTO
romance was a hot one, but back with a swollen eye. We put one of the top men said to -" J3STAS S7TVE i THREE LITTLE \ RLDDY FAKER. / GET SOME PAL5-T3
we never figured it was worth down $6,100,000 for that inci e/ us, "This picture, in spite of everything t AND MINNIE INDIANS. p a\ \\. OUTNUMBER I/S/
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$50 million. dent. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: will make $100 mil. 01r IN wrrcHDOCTOK fi ; el' ''

So we went back over our I Of course, the big damagewas Today is Monday, May 11, thE! lion." >r t CO5- : 11 _

notes to see if the $50 million done when they were pho- 132nd day of 1964. There are We scoffed at the time, but ATMRS.YIERS n .
234 days left in the year. what we didn't know was that z JUN3Li:7oWN 4 yT ,L 1 I /

FARAD S T A M E N Today's highlight in history: Fox planned to get back $50 mil: < o J

I 'j' EDI LE TOl.Af1E On this date in 1858, Minnesota -. lion of it by suing the stars.Husbands I u
NABOB EMERGEACROSS was admitted to the Unionas I i '

EAGRE R o DARE the 32nd state. In its early 1-\\f ,
22.Integument TOE ER history it had come under the; >
1.Office of seed I
gadget 24.Optic a SECRET DRAGS rule of France, Spain and England Take Note \ _
6.Freshet 26.Offend A L. 0 I D GAD G E. T and the western part was Ecrn
11.Exodus 28.Heron E N D DAL E 5 5 acquired by the United Statesin

12.Kitchen 32.Admonish AGO 5' SON the Louisiana Purchase.On BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) A:
Implement 35.Perform M A M M 0 tf M 0 R Alt this date Pennsylvania couple was mar LCCIC AT AND HIS Y HOW HE ALWAYS
13.Mite 37.Anything 0 T I 0 S E E V A D E. In 1846, President James K. ried in suburban Towson after SASE'S BACKHANP/ DOES MUFFS THEM
14.Boxing ; SERVE: IS AS BEETLE OUST RIG tT
ling
own >-c
rIng 38.Athamas 5 E C TOR LAME D Polk told Congress of the shed, agreeing in writing that the husband iL: FOWERFt1L EVEfc

15.Nibble *lfe. (Solution to Sunday's Puzzle) I ding of blood on the Mexican. would be the boss in the WOW! i 2 AS HIS BEAT
16.Electric 39.FInIal border and stated that 'warexists family. -87111- F02ENAND HIM? -
j>article 40.City la 48.Dodle 7.AverageS.Betdpalm by the act of Mexico"In The three-page, notarized premarital -I.rK. z i Pow

18.Lettuce Judea DOWN 1867, the Treaty of Londonwas agreement was executed <
19.Chemical 41.Branches 1.Resolve 9.Complement ==
uffix 43.Spiral 2.:Marbles of a signed, conferring on Luxembourg by William T. Metzger,
20.Tending scroll 3.Auto shoe mortise a status of perpetual]: 35, Camp Hill Pa, and TheresaS.
toward 45.Clarified oil 4.Bombyx 10.Rub out neutrality.In Balough, 35, Harrisburg, Pa., W s 1 5
21.Sheet of 46.Extracts Wireless 11.Wont 1920, the American author and filed with the Baltimore
glass 47.Wisdom 6.Nine Inches 17.Native and educator, William Dean: County Circuit Court clerk last E-4 q r
metal Howells, died. week. 6 II Q
F IT 20.Remote
/' .I i+ s' ,/ 1 a r ro 21.Cribbage In 1940, Allied forces landedon : The wife pledged to "love, r.q .

II :t.Il.. marker Dutch islands in the West t: honor and obey" the husband in -.
23.Denary Indies.In the dominant role of directing=
IJ ; 25.Still 1942, Nazi armies openedthen l major decisions affecting the 3 !
27.Theleast wHArs THAT WAS WAT5OM LEH5. HE WHY+ WOULP I PONT KNOWn* *
offensive in the Crimea. welfare.
IS / 16 11 r 15 bit family ALL RIGHT: MZ.LEWS wzoNG, 5A1P HE WAS GOING TO PO EVERYTHING HE WANT TO GOING OVER TO HIS !
% / 29.T.osewdgbl Ten years ago form "In event of conflict," the :.. A ..I'LL f, RIGHT OVER 6JLL IN HIS POWER TO HAVE MY PO THAT( HOME TO FIND CUT/ .
II 20 21 : Italian Premier Alcide de Gas-. agreement said, "such differences S TD 5EE YOU! NEW ASSISTANT THROWN OUT
/ 30 Jubilant
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u Z5 : '- 31.Weeds peri was elected president.. cl f: are to be discussed for JUPSE PARKER CIF THE CW5! t fh
12+ zs WAITS FOR HJS
/ 32.Stratagems the European Coal and Steel]t their logical and emotional implications fYtI 60LFJNGCOMPANION
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u l I J4 3j 33.Old- Community.Five and solutions reached i :
: //. /v womanish years ago King: and acted upon with final authority < AT: THE CLU5,
31. .J.J..s+ i 3S n of RLLCORNEEl*
34.Kind .
jsr Baudouin of Belgium was welcomed with the husband." .-.r THE HEAP PRO .fi- \
a JI ] .0 36.type Used Inmaking to Washington by President The. bride agreed to assume RECEIVES k % x 1 vA'
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Dwight D. Eisenhower.One responsibilities of "cooking, PHONE CALL
li l1Z. x13/ ..1+ perfumes year ago President t: washing, sewing and other !

U 4, 39.Ancient John F. Kennedy and CanadianPrime I areas tending to contribute to a
I I I I / slave Minister Lester Pearsonannounced I happy home life." The husband s

41 I I I I / I" I ",Astringent that Canada would I agreed to help when necessary Qr
f;% 42.Enwreper accept nuclear warheads for, and "the acts of earning an income -
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I PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) special sealant inside tank No. man in the Air Force," he said 1
By FRANCIS STILLEY Osborne took their children to I garded most as reasonable.
2$> nrk Ttmra ,The Air Force unveils today its 5, in an especially critical area "because there won't be
ui \$ room
-0; NEW YORK (AP) As milt the World's Fair a few days: The Osbornes and their three!
I biggest, fastest and costliest directly over the six huge, hot enough for me on the first
t lions of parents will in the coming ago. They found some costs far children-John, 6; Steven, 5 and By ROBERT ALDEN

months Mr. and Mrs. Bob, too high to suit them but re- Amy, 4-spent a total of $13.47 NEW YORK The amusement area of the World's Fairis versial bomber, monster the XB70A which, a contro-after jet engines, has proved too diffi- flight."

cult to master immediately, As- He said a third plane recent
during their visit which lasted :
in serious straits. Business is lagging far behind
expec- more than a year's delay stilcan't
cani said.
from late morning to 7:30 ly canceled would have had
p.m. tations.It do the job it was originally He declined to give the in its cabin for
room radar
That included and ad- capac- a
parking
! At had been hoped that the area set on Meadow Lake ,
The Library mission charges. The family's designed to do: deliver bombs ity of any of the tanks, but diagrams -man and a navigator-bombar-
would be one of the fair's brightest and liveliest. Insteadon the
across globe. displayed at the briefing
largest expense of the day was most nights it is all but deserted, with only a handfulof dier.The
for souvenir hats for the boys. The 185-foot wedge-tailed air- made it clear that without his two bombers far have
attending major and shows.On so
people expensive .
"Felix Mendelssohn and His few other friends resurrected
a -
4 craft, which some say looks likea fuel capacity the XB70A could -
These I
were lightweight, Alpine cost $1.3 billion.
Friday night Mike Todd Jr. altogether.His .
Times, by Heinrich Edu a r d "St. Matthew's Passion. gave up hooded cobra will roll out of not its full design of
types, sporting tall feathers and span range
show "America Be Seated had taken In $300 at the
Jacob In 1835 ,
translated from the Ger- Mendelssohn acceptedthe its hangar this morning unableto 6,000 miles. I
the
boys' names stitcher onto box office in two days of performances."There's IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORI"
man by Richard and Clara position of Director of the the brim. carry enough fuel for inter- Ascani also disclosed that the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Al .
no use of throwing good after bad Todd FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAIN .
Winston, Prentice-Hall, 1963. Leipiz Gewandhaus, and it was money continental and'without ,
The price was $3.12 for the said Sunday. "The situation is terrible." flight first XB70A and a sister ship] CERY
there that as a result of his two. Osborne dumbfoundedwhen even a seat for a bombardier. nearing completion here have RE: JOHNSON SECURITY CO.
By GEORGE 0. HACK was Other concessionaires were equally concerned. They met INC.
work the Conservatoire was he learned the cost. uI These shortcomings were disclosed -seats only for the pilot and co NOTICE OF SUIT I
last week in effort to do to
According to the author the an something anything FLORIDANAME OF THE STATE OF
founded in 1843 which soon
thought maybe they would be Sunday night at a new pilot.
present work is not a "life of draw people into their area, in which they have invested TO. H. F. Walls, whose place of rest-/
surpassed even the Paris Con- about 30 cents each," he said. hundreds of thousands of dollars. briefing by Brig. Gen. Fred J. "You're looking at the saddest Idence is unknown if living and
Mendelssohn" least not in
servatoire. if dead, the unknown heirs devisees
the that the master's life Mrs. Osborne, an attractive "So many exhibits in the industrial and internationalareas Ascani, the Air Force's B70 LEGAL NOTICE grantees, or other claimants .
sense During his lifetime Mendel- The University ot Florida will receive under the
brunette, was equally dismayed project director. said H. F. Walls.
charge for one thing or another that there is nothingleft All
and work narrated in their bids for the general class of persons claiming as creditors
are ssohn had the unusual good for- but the parents had promised of the fairgoer's dollar by the time he gets to the amuse- Ascani said the technical problems -ties as indicated below. commodi-I cf Johnson Security Co.. Inc.

chronological order. In the case tune of being recognized by mu- the boys hats in advance and ment area-if he goes there at all," said one spokesman fora of welding the 105-foot triangular and ders other may information obtain forms.by contacting the 'C.YOU R. ARE CARNATION HEREBY, NOTIFIED as surviving that

of this artist who was "old in sicians and statesmen aike! didn't want to disappoint them. concessionaire. wing to the aft section Purchasing Division, Room 106. Tiger spouse and sole heir at law of Llda W.
major Hall University of Florida. Gainesville Johnson Carnation has filed his Peti-
childhood and young in ma turUy" -and in 1842, 5 years before his Little Amy settled for a bal- Compounding the problem, the fair presents a huge foun- 'of the pencil-like fuselage-with- I Florida. lion County.Jn the Florida Circuit Court of Alachua
it advisable vio- seeking the appoint
seemed to
death, he was named Knight loon, price 50 cents. It was a tain and fireworks show in the heart of the industrial area out leaving pinhole leaks-have 64-P-37 U of F Press Publication No. 268 ment of a Trustee for the purpose of
late chronology upon occasion, of the Order Pour le Merite the double balloon with 10:30 May 18, 1964.T. conveying to him. as surviving spouse
type one been solved for 10 of the
at 9 o'clock each night. People are drawn to this show. I finally N. Wells and sole heir at law of Llda W. Johnson

to leap backward and for- highest distinction the King representing a bunny inside a They watch it and then leave the area without visiting the distant I plane's 11 fuel tanks. (3312) 5:4.Director 11 of Purchasing to Carnation certain deceased lands in fee Alachua simple title

ward, in order to do justice to could give to intellectuals. larger sphere. The outside bal- lake amusement area.Harlem's. I But the task of applying a NOTICE TO APPEARTO Florida more particularly described County as

his inner nature.Mendelssohn loon follows:
got punctured in about an : JOHN H. HENDERSON Begin 145 feet N of the SW

was born in pros-: Among the library's recent acquisitions -hour. The other lasted about SO You ADDRESS are hereby UNKOWN notified that suit for Addition Corner of to Block Gainesville 1, Lot 15. of Brown's

:. perity, reared in plenty and are several richly illustrated mantes: longer. Osbo-ne thought divorce has been filed against you by run N 82V4 feet for a point Florida of beginning then
AGNES M. HENDERSON. in the Circuit ..
at nearly all times surrounded monographs on individual that pri'e "a little steep." Blood Brothers9Wage Court of Alachua County. Florida, In then run Then N run 12'<\E feet 132 to feet a to stake a stake then;
Chancery and to
are required
you servea
by conditions conducive to suc, painters and sculptors. Al- The Osboroos! live in Summit, copy of *-j Answer or oleading to t2Vi run W feet 132 to feet a to stake a stake at ; then run S
; the
point of
cess. His father was Abraham though these are not all this N.J. The father, a tall man who S.said L.Complaint SCRUGGS.on P.the O.Plaintiffs Box 197.attorney Gainesville -, beginning. The same being a lot of

Mendelssohn, a Jewish banker of' year's titles, they help to fill is often told he bears a resom War White Man the ,office Florida of the and Clerk file the of the original Circuit I In bordering land 82V4 on feet the by E 132 side feet of lying North and

Hamburg, and his mother Leah in gaps in the art collection blance t.) Rudy Vallec is an accountant on Court. Gainesville Florida, on or before Ninth Florida.Street In City of Gainesville.
the 9th day of June. A. D.. 1964; other
.-. Solomon, a lady of considerable All are available for check-out, for the First National wise the allegations of said Complaint andCommence

property and attainments.At including those on exhibit. City Bark of New York and will Dated be taken this 8th es day confessed of May by A.D.you., 1964 aer of lot 394 number feet W IS of Brown's the SE Addition cor-

works at its Manhattan head- New $crk mimes ing traditional street warfare seven years ago to live as a J. B. CARMICHAELClerk N to Gainesville Florida then run
the of 7 he accompan- Circuit 165 feet for the point of beginning.
age of the Court.
and conduct Bible
in Harlem obsolete. The
quarters.The mem- missionary Then run W 132 feet; N 165 feet, E
By JUNIUS GRIFFIN Alachua County Florida
led his father on a business trip The following new books ril bers are recruited from the studies. He was alsin on March By: Cherrie Hales 132 feet. ; S 16.5 feet to place of beginning -
to Paris and it was there that be available tomorrow at the parents had studied news- NEW YORK A gang of Deputy Clerk
ranks of the old line
gang- (Court sealt andAlso
he received his first piano lessons -library: paper stories about various about 60 ypung Negroes who leaders. 23.The fourth of white ((3338) 5:11. 28. 23; 6:1 The SVi of Block (or Lot) Number
slaying a 15 of Brown's Addition to Gaines
costs. In their first
planning call themselves "Blood Broth-
but it not until his Orchids at Your ville Alachua County, Florida
was "Growing except
The has turf that Jules
new gang no p rson was CALL FOR BIDS the
day they deliberately avoidedthe ers" is roaming the streets of following described parcel
return home that his systematic -Window" (Kramer) Guide no territory to protect, and Bulgach, 71, a fruit peddler who NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS viz: Commence at the SE corner of
amusement section where Harlem with the avowed inten- Sealed proposals for the construction Block 15. and run W 66 feet to a point
education commenced. 'to selection and culture of or- rides and shows its target knows no geographical -was stabbed to death last Oct. including the furnishing of all necessary of beginning, then run W 66 feet;
from
range 50 tion of attacking white people. materials machinery labor and equipment then run N 82M feet then
; E 66
run
At the age of 12 Mendelssohnwas chids under average home cents to $3. They are trained to maim and limitations: It is the white 21. of the building listed below to feet; then run S 82V* feet to the pointof

taken to Weimar by his conditions; "Y M C A Guide to man. Bishop Alvin A. Childs, headof be financed pursuant to a loan contract beginning which was heretofore
between Electric ,
They felt it would involve too kill. Clay Cooperative conveyed by quit claim deed to
teacher, Karl Zelter, for presen- Adult Fitness" advice on Some of the new group are the Faith Temple Church of Inc., and the United States of Amer. James Foreman.
much for the lea by the Administrator of the Rural the
expense who.e Confirmation of the group'sexistence legal to said lands being In JOHN.
the how busy people can stay phy- students. A police official said God in Christ and locality Electrification
tation to Goethe, one of mayor Administration and des SON SECURITY CO.. INC., a dissolved
,family, and they also' wanted I was given this week! ignated Fla. -. U. will be received by corporation.
most coveted audiences in Eur- sically fit; "Best American i- he was'amazed when he visit- of Harlem has strongly denounced -the owner on or before 10:00 o'clock This Is
the children proceeding brought In the
at this time. Zelter cautioned Plays" (Gassner, ed.) 18 to see as much of I by a high ranking police official -ed a Harlem school recently to the recent wave of violence -A.M.. E.S.T., May 28. 1964 at its office Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit
ope the fair located at Keystone Heights FlorIda in and
as possible.The in Harlem who said "We for Alachua County, Florida, In
those present to withold their (complete) plays 1958-63; "The hear "these bright eyed students against whites. at which time and place the proposals Chancery, and is entitled I IN RE:
Osbornes, who are Roman 'are investigating the gang's activities will be publicly opened and JOHNSON SECURITY CO., INC. You
praise in order to preserve the Book of the Dance" (DeMille) referring to themselves as The Bishop urged that "t he :read. are required to file your written defenseor

: and overesti- -story of the dance from ear- Catholics, began their day I and the usual pattern of Blood Brothers." feelings of thousands" of Har- NAME OF KIND OF BUILDING: answer to said Petition flied hereinon
boy from vanity Meadowbrook Branch Office for Clay or before the 20th day of May, 1964
at the fair with 1 their crimes. But cannot at.
the Men- liest times to the present day a prayer at the we The police official said it lem residents not be judged Electric Cooperative Inc. Fla. 14. and to serve a copy of such answer or
mation but
_, once young Vatican Pavilion and ended it j this time release any informa. LOCATION: defense upon Gray Chandler O'Neal
delssohn had left the gathering by an outstanding American II would be almost impossible for "by the irrational actions of an Orange Park Florida. Carlisle & Avera P. O. Box 44 Gainesville
with high praise for the exposi-I tion. isolated The plans and specifications together Florida Petitioners Attorneys
I the to increase of immature
illustrations rapidly. composed -
400 gang group
choreographer ; I with all forms and documents
Goethe is reported as say- The necessary herein on or before said date as
is "Fossils' in America (Ransoma ) tion.After police already suspect I "They are just too selective," youth, criminals, psy- I for bidders may be secured required by the laws of Florida. If you
jug; "What this little man I that members of the are from Moore and: May Architects at fail to do so a Decree Pro Confessowill
of in improvisation and guide to collecting fossils, a visit to the New gang he said. "But the danger is that chotics, and other members of: I:;Gainesville Florida and from Clay. be entered against you for the relief -
capable ]responsible for four Harlem Electric Cooperative. Inc., at Keystone demanded in the Petition.
Jersey Pavilion it was lunch when in crowd and the lunatic fringe. This no
they are a
sightreading is simply prodig- with localities listed by states; Heights. Florida upon paymentf tice shall be published once a week for
time. ]murders, all of white persons. start will C) -Fifteen Dollars ($15.00) which four consecutive weeks in the Gainesville
something
our
men
"You Can Raise Your Handicapped !- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
ious. I would not have thoughtit The members in ayment will be refunded to each bona Dally Sun, a newspaper published
OF
gang OFFICE THE STATE ROAD
Child (Ayrault) i a To cut down their expenses, range not who is or who isn't a gang DEPARTMENT fide bidder within ten (10) days after the in Gainesville Alachua County, Florida
possible at such an age. from 12 to the 20's and I bid opening. Additional sets of plans and
age: usually having a general circulation In
they had brought with them five member and will have to use Tallahassee. Florida
book to help parents understand and specifications may. be obtained Alachua County Florida
May 7. 1964
Goethe was inclined to c om- corned beef sandwiches anc i attack without provoca the same measures with all CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE upon payment of Ten Dol .-$1-0.001)I Witness my hand as clerk of the said
and with the psychological I
cope PROGRAMS which payment will not be sublect to Circuit Court of Alachua County, FlorI-
pare the young Mendelssohnwith and social problems; "Junkie some apples. They bought four tion.Training I, caught in a melee." Sealed bids wil! be received at the State, refund. The plans and specification 'da and the seal of the said Court at
the child Mozart sessions in karate, Road Department Offices. Room 228. may be examined at the office of the Gainesville Alachua County, Florida,
prodigy sodas He also
at 15 cents each at outdoor expressed deep con-
Priest" (Harris) -the workof an Holland Building Tallahassee Florida, owner. on this 17 day of April A.D. 1964.
ancient oriental of
-- whom he had heard in Frank- restaurant and ate on a I an system cern about the small number of from Qualified Contractors until 10:30 A The owner reserves the right to J. B. Carmichael Clerk
Father Daniel Egan among take roofs and AM. (E.S.T.) waive minor irregularities or errors in BY: CherrIes Hales
fighting. place on on Thursday. the 28th dayof
fort in 1763, but the comparisonwas drug addicts in Ne wYork's bench near the Unisphere, sym. Negro detectives assigned to the May 1964 for the following work: the proposal if it appears to the own- Deputy Clerk
women in tenements around 135th NOTE er that such Irregularities or errors (Court Seal')
inaccurate. Mendelssohn'sgenius bol of the fair. Young John gota Harlem area. (3271) 4:20. 27; 5:4, 11
underworld; "Stan Musial" The Notice of additional work for this same were made through inadvertence. Any __
Sreet and Lenox Avenue.
: was for epic and lyric 10-cent package of gumdrpps. The police department p olicy letting date may be Issued later. such irregularities or errors so waived
(Musial) -the baseb a I Iplayer's : instructors have not been identified Proposal Forms will not be issued later must be corrected on the proposal priorto
"' forms, while Mozart was a dra- In the afternoon the family has been tb make no assign- than one hour prior to the time for openIng its acceptance by the owner.
told Bob
to
Mendelssohn'sfather story as visited the Wisconsin exhibit by authorities. Members ments based relig- bids. The owner reserves the right to reJect -
matic to I on race or
ALACHUA
composer. COUNTY (SECONDARY all
too, wanted him to pro- Broeg; "Pedro Martinez"Lewis see the world's largest piece of, also learn how to make crude ion. As a result, thre are more FUNDS): STATE PROJECT JOB NO. CLAY any or ELECTRIC proposals.COOPERATIVE. ONLY 4
( ) an anthropologicalstudy but deadly 26712-3601, SR S-239 from a point on SR I INC DAYS TILL
duce an opera but Mendelssohnknew cheese-a 17% ton chunk measuring weapons. white policemen than Negroes 235 approx. one mile northeast of By: E. T. Martin Executive
of a Mexican peasant, his A prospective member must Alachua north to SR 121 approx. 0.5 mile Manager James Jones'"THE
at the bottom of his heart 6% by 5% by 14% feet. assigned to Harlem because south of Union County line. Work con- Dated: April 16. 1964

dramatist. wife and children. They also took rides through the prove his nerve and stamina there are more white policementhan sists of medium grading; tW Llmerock (3292) 4:27; 5:4 11 THIN
that he not
was a Base with Type 2 Surf. Treat.; cone.box RED LINE"One
HISTORY AND POLITICS General Motors and Ford Pavilions by fighting and by going out on Negroes on the force. culverts; and incidental items. NOTICE TO CREDITORS

In epic to and become lyric compositionhe the most "The Rise of the West" (Mc- which are free. missions ranging from pur s e- "I suppose something must be Length GILCHRIST 8.482 miles.COUNTY (BOND THE FLORIDA COURT OF STATUTESIN THE COUNTY of The

was Neillhistory) of mankind Approaching the Sinclair Pavilion snatching to robbing sidewalk sacrificed for FUNDS STATE PROJECT JOB NO. JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN Big Ones!
I successful composer of his age. an integrated 31S61. 02, SECTIONS OF SR 5-232, froma PROBATE.IN .
showing inter-relation of cultures to see the life size, venders. All the victims are force in Harlem," the police of- point on SR 26 approx. 5.5 miles west RE: ESTATE OF

Among his best-known works National Book Award :animated dinosaurs and other white.In ficial said. "But it is essentiallymore of Work Trenton consists north of medium end east grading to SR; 341.6" Austin Deceased.To Littlejohn. Kimball

"The Scottish Symphony" a dark hallway of a tene- I Imerock Stabilized Base with Type 2 All Creditors and Persons Having
are WorldTransformation"
"The prehistoric animals
ror Coming John undercover
I History; ] got Negro men we Surf. Treat.; and incidental items. Claims or Demands Against Said Estate -
and "The Hebrides Overture. I (Lundberg) lost. His parents put in a anxious -ment building two Blood Brothers need at this time." i Length 6.487 miles. :
LEVY COUNTY (BOND FUNDS You and each of are hereby
.. Of the latter Brahms said, "I ,predictions on the cultural, so- i 10 minutes before they e x p 1 a i ned to a reporter: The Blood Brothers usually STATE PROJECT, JOB NO. 34515- 01. and required you to present any notified TODAY

all works "Look man we do not hit our SR S'31IAnorth of Wllliston betweenSR claims( and demands which you or either 1:00 3:05
would give : j found him ,
gladly my about inside
strolling two
cial, political and economic carry types of weapons. Oneis 45 (US 41) and SR S-331-A; and of you. may have against the es-

if I had succeeded in writing trends of the next 150 years; 1 the pavilion gazing at the dino black brothers. a crudely shaped wooden JOB NO. 34514-3401 SR 5-331-A east of ate eased of, late Austin of said Littleiohn Kimball de- 5:10, 7:18
Williston between SR 318 and SR 121. County to the Coun-
a piece like 'The Hebrides Over- :"The Republican Dilemma" :saurs. Although they do not admit blade that fits into the fist. A Work consists of medium grading; 4"' ty Judge of Alachua County Florida.at 9:26
affiliated with the Black Llmerock Stabilized Base with Type 2' his office in the court house of said
ture.' Mendelssohn's "Reform- (Joyner) a study of the The only ether expenses were being sharp point protrudes. The other Surf. Treat.; and incidental Items. County at Gainesville. Florida within
written in :11.50 for Muslim sect, they greet one an- : Length 3.058 miles. six calendar months from the time of<
parking $4.65 for aJ- is 3-inch
ation Symphony, I progressive and conservative attitudes a long razorblade ALACHUA COUNTY: FEDERAL AID the first publication of this notice. Each

tribute to the greatness of Luther -I in the Republican m'ssion to the grounds and five other with "Salaam Alekim"eace holder in which the blade can INTERSTATE PROJECT 1-75-1(30)112 claim( or demand shall be in writing, t : ..
par- and shall
state
the traditional (JOB NO. 2240-34)5) SR 93 (RT. 75) the place of residenceand
is one of the mightiest of I ty since 1940; "Angry Island" ]ire cream cones at 25 cents > be with you i be extended about half an inch. Work consists of constructing a drainage post office address of the claimant
greeting of Muslims. facility on right of roadway at a and shall be sworn to by the claimant,
each.
his orchestral works, althoughhe I(Mackayhistory) of the island I Two youths arrested last weekin point approximately 0.4 mile north of his agent his attorney and any such

was only 20 when he under- ] of Tristan de Cunha, from The normal admisshi prices 'Their idol is Malcom X, the i the slaying of a woman ad- the Marion-Alachua items. County line; and Incidental void.claim( or demand not so filed shall be

took it. His famous overture and ]its first settlement to the -I: $2 for adults and $1 for Negro leader who broke away J mitted having stabbed another Wage Rates Minimum wage rates for NORMA MALTBY KIMBALL
return As
from the Black Muslims and the Prolects) included in this Notice executrix of the Last Win
incidental music to "A Mid- I of its inhabitants after the (:hll ren. I woman to death on a Harlem -shall be S1.25 per hour.A and Testament of _
However Osborne had tickets formed the Black National i s t ] Street Proposal Guaranty of not less than Austin Littlelohn Kimball
summer Night's Dream, begunat earthquake of 1961; "The Kicklpoos" on April 11. Theyare five percent (5 per cent) of the total deceased
is the ;vhlch had been purchased by group. Blood Brothers attend also being questioned about Actual Bid in the form of either a certified First publication April 27, 1964.
the age of 17, perhaps :: (Gibson) the historyf rallies check. cashier's check trust company 3293* 4:27 5: 4. 11, 18
and
Malcom's ;
best known to present-day audi- ( the Kickapoo tribe its struggles Jis) bank at a one-third discount meetings he slaying of David Watts, a treasurer's check bank draft of
Harlem at national or state bank a Surety, --
before the fair's ooeninz. on street corners or :29 year-old white any or .
man who Bond, made payable to the Governor l:4.4 ,
ences. I and its culture. Bd.. I lt'sA Real ,
Books of tickets nowmay be Rockland Palace Ballroom.A came to Harlem from Idaho, Os me irate ot i-ionoa must accompany I -
To Mendelssohn we are also I FICTION official at Harlem each bid. A check or draft in an amount Cat Bird
purchased at fair gates at a 25 police a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS less than five per cent (5%) of the I _
Indebted for the preservation I "The Unforgiving Wind" (Harris -per cent discount. precinct station house said that NAME LAW actual bid will invalidate the bid. Should 1O0.3:0O-5:00..7:009:00 -

of Bach's music. By 1829, less: ) a novel based on the ad- Afterward, the Osbornes decided James 67X, Malcolm's personal the NOTICE undersigned IS HEREBY desiring to GIVEN engage that in I the Proposal(ten per Guaranty cent) of the exceed Department's ten perCent -I i iI I Il LU fUMiifsFROM

than 80 years after BacVs: ventures and hardships of an they liked the General] secretary, had come into'I business Gainesville.at 2022 Alachua N.E. County.23rd Boulevard.Florida, Iy estimate to ten, it percent will be(10 reduced per automatical-I m"-A.r-_ 9.

death, his music had all b ut, Arctic expedition during the Motors show the best. Visitors the station house from time to I under MOWER the COMPANY.name of A intend& J to SAW AND: shall Department's have State estimate.of Florida's Documentary j! l?) I RUSSIA

vanished from the face of the International Geophysical Year; here ride in moving seats time to act as."sort of an unofficial -,the said name with theClerk register of the, Stamps attached. Bid Bonds
I hall conform to SRD Form 114G (Rev.
earth. Practically all printed "Flood" (Warren) -the past through exhibits depicting the legal adviser" to youths I Circuit Ida. Court of Alechua County Flor- November-43) furnished with the Pro- tijCj b>'1 W1iH

his work out and of small town world of taken in for questioning.The I (s) SAM JACKSONs posal Form. ..a.'to
editions of were present a tomorrow. ( ) JOE ANDERSON All work Is to be done In accordance i Jln8nf'''''
"red-let- in Tennessee haJ members try to H. G. BATES of BATES & JONES with the Plans. Specifications and Spelt i3 I.eVEUNfR'fASJWfSm
of print. So it was a brought out during They originally : plannedto gang ;11 W. University AvenueP. I Provisions of the State Road De ,- / ..

ter" day when Mendelssohn, the making of a film; "A take the children to Pepsi- emulate Malcolm, even to us- O. Box 396 partment.
Plans and-or Proposal Forms be
with the assistance of the actor- Feast of Freedom" (Wibberley) : Cnla's "small world" snow, but ing his pet phrases "blue- Gainesville.(3290) 4: 27;Florida 1: 4. 11. 18 purchased by Qualified Contractors may upon Comhg "EMPTY CANVAS"

singer Eduard Devrient andIN a satire on international affairs -ctsnged their minds wh!i they eyed devils" "white dogs" and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER. set.pplication Extra sets to this of Plans office for for prospective$51.50 per I;;

"Best South Sea Stores" learned admission was 93 cnsfor : the like. I FICTITIOUS NAME bidders and plans for non-bidders may I -
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ; Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Statutes be purchased for 20.60 per set. Orders
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA (Day, ed.) Anthology of adults and 60 for chil ren. "The chickens are coming notice is hereby given that the for these documents should be directed One Full LUNCH . 65c
IN PROBATE.IN undersigned Walter George Lavers doIng to the Engineer of Contracts with checks Pound up
RE: Estate of short stories from the 19th and Said Mrs. Osborne in sum- home to roost, said one member business under the firm name of' payable to the State Road Department I DINNER . 85cup
Elizabeth Winters Weintraub ming the fraction of the fair of the gang, whose toes Engineering Associates 1120 N.W. 55th, of Florida. (These charges include State : KG
Deceased. 20th centuries with South Sea up Street. Gainesville. Alachua County. Florida Sales and Use Tax. Na refund will be I Sirloin ALFORD'SSteak
To All Creditors and Persons Having Island they saw: showed through a hole in his intends to register said fictitious made.) I i
Claims Demands Against Said Estate settings; "Constant SLr"Andrew : The right Is reserved to'reJect
or
name under the provisions of the aforesaid any or /
"I think it's marvelous. We'veteen dirty sneakers. 8 TOWER
: ([ ) historical novel of I Statute. all bids.STATE I $195 HOUSE
You and each of you are herebynotified Mal- Dated at ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA -' ,
forward That used by I Gainesville. Florida. this 7th
looking to it quitea phrase was 210 E.
and required to present any the Peasants' Revolt in England day of May. A.D.. 1964. : UNIVERSITY
claims and demands which you. or either while and we're not disap- colm in commenting on Presi- I Walter G.Lavers JOHN R. PHILLIPS Chairman
of you. may have against the estate in 1381; "The Will" (Swa- (3334) 5:11. 18, 25; 6:1 JAY W. BROWN State Highway En-'
of Elizabeth Winters Weintraub. deceased pointed. dent Kennedy's assassinat ion. ineer
late of said County. to the dosthe study of a family, The Division of Plant Industry. State 3339) 5:11 18
leader of
County Judge of Alachua County. centered around their Said her husband: Elijah Muhammad Department of Agriculture. will receive
Florida. at his office In the court house strugglefor "It exciting. I really the Black Muslims objected to sealed bids at Room 508 Seagle Building. ....
was ,
of said County at Gainesville Florida. an inheritance "A vey Gainesville; Florida no later than 11:00 I rr '.
within six calendar months from the ; Thing loved it. The things we saw the speech and ordered M a 1- A.M.. Monday May 18. 1964. for the ...sse .... .-{ :
time of the first publication of this That Happens to You" (Berck- application of granular insecticide by 'I
notice. Each claim or demand shall be r thought were very impressive.As colm, his chief lieutenant in single engine aircraft. Applications to
In writing. and shall state the placeof man) a novel based on a fear for I New York to make no public start about May 21st at approximately 4ik! fitd Ch4a&! I
expenses, guess you ,
residence and post office addressof of losing love 12 localities in 3 counties of west Florida I
the Claimant. and shall be sworn to ; "Meet inDarkness" have and statements. Malcolm later lef t '
got to pick choose. I covering approximately 11.904 acres \ .,,*..****
by the claimant. .his agent his attorney (Ransome) suspense (plus or minus 50 per cent.) Interested .
do feel that people can see it on the Black Muslims to form his -
and any such claim or demand nqt contractors may request a copy of the AMUSEMENT
So filed shall be void. story of a kidnapping, set very little money. You can pay own group. detailed contract from the Gainesville .e. RIDE
-S-IRVING WEINTRAUBAs
Florida office." 214 NW 13th 6-6472
in "Trio for Blunt instruments"
executor of the Last Will ; anything you want." The Blood Brothers are makno (3313) 5:". 11 AIM to Ocala
and Testament of (Stout I I
) 3
nov-
Elizabeth Winters Weintraub, '
ADVERTISEMENT
deceased I elettes in which Nero Wolfe is I NOW! 2 Gigantic Hits! ,

"First(3291) publication 1:27:5: April 4. 11.27 1*1964.. his "brilliant self." If were in the I GAINESVfUE SHOPPINGCENTER

you hospitalin E4N THEATRE SEE BOTH LATE AS 9:10 I

34ou H..46....A..4 RS 20'FR 6SOIL OPEN 7:00 SHOW at 7:30
the last 3 _
years. Tdq14


and were given a laxative sup- cramps, diarrhea or stomach North Main Street

pository, there is a'good chance upset; (3) pULCOLAX* is so easy I ;jcAN 1OIERNAnONM.:

that you may already know the gentle it is recommended for

gentle and effective relief of new mothers young children A'm

DULCOLAX suppositories. elderly people. NOW!

Thousands of hospitals regularly PULCOLAX* "gentles" the colon I GOun SINS

DANCING use DULCOLAX* instead of the into easy action so naturallyyou'll : : ; THRU SAT. MAY

enema because; (1) DULCOLAX hardly think you are ANDrll9N 16th

works usually in 15 minutes to using a laxative at all! *

I II an hour; (2) DULCOLAX thor- Get DULCOLAX brand of bisa- ,

I oughly cleanses the colon. codyl suppositories from your %

! actually can leave it clean pharmacist for gentle relief from i .coLScOPEIrfi.i

enough for x-ray with virtually_ constipation problems. 1 I Ai

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[ THEREIS LOTS CLASSIFICATION INDEX 1

ISEEby
I WANT-AD RATES
Large lots overlooking eeautlf u I .
Lake Wauberg. ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE
Lots 1 Bl from campus, near I
I PH. 372-8441 Unlv. PO. Also others. Ask us 1 la HcuorUM Wanted
to
Bar
Card .8 Tk aU
about our 5 acre tracts lust
a
= s SLut F..n4Pencnallied Mackinerr Tee..
NW of Call
few miles town.
the SUN I for ; MARY MOELLER REALTOR C 8.rrle. 83 Bnlldinc Materials
: I Travel Iaf ra*UoB It Bouehold Ooocs i
I If Classified 1019 W. Unlv FR 6-4471 S Special NetieesrioritU M Aati,ues 00'I
OnlyDEADLINES
i I "KIM.. For Sale
34 Waterfront Property S Baby Sitters CWTJ Car 17 Trading Potts

II 5 Places T. C. AB* II Articles Wanted I
ALACHUA GENERAL St. and Seventh Ave. at 2:05
89 rite
oil
, BEAUTIFUL lot on the Suwannee == Things T* See Weeds
May 7 1961BIRTH p.m. yesterday. == River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- fi 70 Boat, Martn. E3pAUTOMOTIVE .
.Tues thru Fri. papers-S p.m. Day before publication 6160. 71 Camp -Hut risk
Walter I. Kennerson, 2841 SE WORTHWHILE For ads to go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. Sales-Bentato 72 Office E'mtpmer>t
5 For ads In Sat. ON THE GULF ; Alrplaa 73 Uukal I
to Mon. 1
MercftandU
go paper- p.m. :: *
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkerson Mat- 19th Ave., and Spencer Young, Cedar Shores 10 StabIle Homes for Sal
Key ; Tracks far 8sU
thews, Rt. 1 Box 210 A Tren- 515 NW 41st Ave., at NW Sixth I (Minimum ad 4 lines) I 79 Tracks Wanted

and Mrs. Lawrence St. and 16th Ave. at 11:21 I & Other Properties 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals REAL ESTATE FOR SALI (
ton, a boy; Mr. a.m. FAMILY RATES David AndrewsCedar az Trailer Rentals

.'- Albritton, 2350 SW Archer yesterday.John Insertion ............................................... 34e line == Key. 3841 I 83 McUreyclea 8 *.tersSt 33 34 Lots Waterfront for Sal Property I

Rd. a boy; Mr. and M r s. Pifer, Texas, and gas E 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line 59 Automobile Repairs 35 Honses For Sai*
Insertions ................................. .. .. ... lie line WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. i 59 i 85 AnUmebUeS (or Sal 38 Cttates For Sal II IIEDUCATI'JNAI.
ri Richard Owe, 1317 NW 8th St., pumps at Tubby's Service Station as 12 insertions .......' .... ........ .. .... .: ;. .:::. 14c line: Broker, specallzing in M Swap Cars 37 Beat Estat. Eacha.,.'

a boy. in the 500 block of NW 13th so Total chargcomputed by multiplying; total lines x rat earned 59 LAKE PROPERTIES -ACRE 38 Beat Eitato Wasted 59
IT x number of insertions. 5e AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose 39 Oil ef Town Property
r ADMITTED St. at 1:10 a.m. yesterday. = == GR 5-2981. 59 II Schools InitrmeUoB 40 Bnsinei Properties I
== 19 Masie. DRem,.
Omitted for 5-3-64 Mrs. Eva Ray Duke Lohr, 2247 NW 16th LAKE GENEVA, contemporary. 3 20 Wanted InstrmctiMi 41 49 Farms Residential A Acreage Ueom

Trader, Mary Tucker B au 1- Ave., and Edward Lee White 5 Five letter words per line 59E Wood bedroom.paneling.2 bath open nearly be a m new.e d m- 4J Colored Property Rentals

ware, Terecina Wingate, Rachel 1431 SE Fourth St. at 2247 mv16th READINGIN I Same as 2 lines E I ceiling bath. Large throughout.screened Roman patio. I 17 Work Wanted Mali 43-1 Colored Property Sales la laEMPLOYMENT
It
Miller, Leo Phillips, Boyd Ave. at .12:35 a.m. yester- E 8 Pt. ordinary type Work white sandy shop, beach.carport.$32,500.2 acres Mel-, 00 00 14 Sales Work Help Wanted Wanted Female RENTALS

4 Baisden, Emma Lou Hatchell, day.Fred I 12 Dt. Same as 3 lines I ._rose. GR 5-5661. II 11 U Male Help-Help Male WantedDramatic or Female 44 45 Cottaces Finished For Real

Amy Lee Smith, Rebecca Ann : L. Evans Jr. 1425 NE I. ordinary type LAKE Place for sale call FR 2- 48 Unfurnished Apis.Apt*.

Colgate, Frances Ryschke- i 14th St., hit by unknown driverin I 4 lines I 4416 after 5 p.m. 5 11 Female Help Wanted 47 Houses for Rent 1'11,. i
1 18 Pt.ordinary type CBS HOME. 3 BR 2 bath, LR. DR. 00 48 Houses for Rent Unfara. 6
witsch, Winifired Albritton, Sha- the 1300 block of NW Fifth large Fla. room & util. Rm. on FARMS & LIVESTOCK 49 Room for Rent S
extra large lot. Keystone Lake 00 :. Term Equipment 10 Hotel Booms
ron A. Witt, all of Gainesville; Ave., at 10:30: p.m. yesterday.DWI 5 2 blocks to business dst.; closeto 59 tt Feed Fertiliser 51 Mise. Rental

I Barbara Ann Matthews, Tren- L 24 P t. Same .s 5 lines school. churches. Total price LiTCitock SappBes 81A Wanted T. Bent
ordinary iYpeg $21,000 terms. By owner, phone 18 Landscaping Top Soil 52 Boarders Wanted
: ton; Mrs. Betty Zane Wimmer, Arthur Sapp, Sunland Training 473-4386. Pets *: Supplies U Office Desk Spae

Mae Center arrested in == ONE BLOCK FROM 31 LIvestock WantedFINANCIAL 14 Business. RonUb
Cross City; Clytha Penny, was = LAKE

Archer; Corine Murphy, Ala- the 400 block of NW Eighth Ave. THE i The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more tran one 3i 2 GENEVA BR stucco among home beautiful large trees living SERVICE
i incorrect Insertion nor will It be liable: for any error In adver- i I
chua; Cora Jane Arrington, and charged with driving while E!| tlsement to a greater extent than the cost of the space occu- = room with fireplace, summer 58 Business Opportunities 23 Special Services
23
57 Money to Loan Bom
as; pled by the Item I., the 59 sleeping room. lot 200 x 144'. Improvements
advertisement. No =
b Trenton; Annie Mae Berry, Ar- intoxicated at 3:42: p.m. yester- ==! be made on errors that do not materially effect adjustment the value will of $10,000 to settle an estate. Make 00 58 Moncafts 24 Radio TV Serrie
offer. 59 59 u.7 Wanted Z5 Appliance Fmrnitur
5 the advertisement. ollIInlllnlUmmmnuwnHlwmlmmlllIIIIUIIUIIIIIIUIllllmDllllllmI
cher; Patsy Jones, Micanopy; ;I 00

Thomas Jeffrey Knotts, Y a n- day.Spencer Young, 515 NW 41st E 59!: 59 LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. fur !
tj E! nished home 3 BR. guest house.

keetown, B e ssie Harden, Wal- Ave., was charged with driving SUN 59 j l- The ledlng Gainesville any advertisement Sun reserves which the It privilege deems of obiectional revising and or re-to E garage.trees.utility room dock 21 many 18500.
do. while intoxicated after the acci- i thence the classification of any advertisement from that or- 59
dered to conform to the
DISCHARGED dent described above. I policy of the paper. LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 X 250' In 3 BR frame house 1 mile Southof 4 Bedroom :3 full baths In Libby
00 Interlachen city water. 7W of Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone Heights. This home
Charles Berry, Marion C. FIRE CALLSAt -._.-___ _"_'___'_"-_"'.__ = hwy. No. 20. Price 1750. 468-1064 after 6 P.M. 300 sq. ft. of living has space over air 2.-

Townsend, Robert W. Leach, 5:05: p.m. yesterday, a .dIIIIWlIIIIIIfIilliiiumU1WIUIUDlllllllit'oII1U1WIIIIUIfW.f\UWIJIIJJIIIIDDWUIIUUIIDIUIWWlllllmIllllUQIII1IIJJIII1I\ JAMES H. McEACHERN NEW MODERN 2 BR CCB* conditioned dishwasher and

Mrs Florence Swilley, Mrs. frame; house at 508 NE First 11 FEMALE HELP WANTEDHELP 13-Help Male or Female Realtor bath.house.terrazzo 3 lots. floors Utility Ig.room screened tile many plenty other of living extras.area If check you need this

Mary McKenzie, Mrs. Ruth Ann WANT Keystone Hts. 473-4106 porch. Access to Lake SantaFe. one. Will consider trade. For Information -
i 35' Waterfront lot with house for call THE JAMES CO.
St.At turn your spare time Into PLACEMENT 12500. See across from Post
Morris and daughter, Queen 9:42 p.m. yesterday, false money. No soliciting or deliver. Office. Professional SERVICE sale. At Suwannee Florida. SeeD Office Carleton Fla. OF of GAINESVILLE. INC. Build
ers Kingsbury Homes. Phone
E Johnson,
Suwannee. Fla.
Esther Cooper, Roy Hilyer, alarm at NW Fifth Ave. and hrs.Ing. For Adjust appointment your own call working Technical WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD 3722527 nights 472-7401.
College Graduates distance to schools. :3
Walking
Mrs. Georgia Mixson, Jam e s Fourth St. 372-7049 0rA ?f pf' call 372-6377 35 Houses for Sole BR. 2 baths howe In Skyline 1 acre. 2 BR house. good water

Frances Coleman CITY COURT 10-12.00 AM 2- :00 P.M. Heights. Study hardwood floors. near county landing on Waccas
Williams, Mrs. STENOGRAPHERSHigh Monday $1 .775 up ON YOUR LOT. Open sa River,
Judge W. W. Hampton May S through Friday built-in range & oven. Cent. sacrifice on accountof
Eloise Grimes, Mrs. Fran- -SIgned written pleas of guilty; ADS School Graduate with abilityto PERSONNEL CENTER House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed heat. Shaded back yard. Call Illness $7000. Contact W. B.
Ocala. type well and take dictation. 102 NW 2nd Avenue & engineered by U. S. 376-0862. Anderson, Rt. 3. Box 100-B,
ces Falgout, Rebecca Colga t e, Joseph Richard Balogh. ran Excellent salary. 5 day week. Steel Corp., Homes Division. 2100 Gainesville Fla.
Markland.
red light. $10. Vivian Knapps Excellent benefits. Daily Inter- f*p secretaries. salary open sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond..
: and 3463 Blvd. no valid driver'slicense. Casmer-hostt, NORTH WEST
Frances Ryschkewitsch, Blending views S to 4 p.m. attractive brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD. :3
$20. Maiorle McBride Brown SPERRYELECTRONIC White houseKeeper, $25 wk. NW 36th Dr. .Alachua Homes BR. large, well landscaped lot
Louise Halbrook. 3101 NW Second Ave.. failure to yield Bookkeeper salary open Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- NEW BRICK with several trees $900 down
right-of-way. $50 Kenna Jo Murray. 3712 TUBE Exp. Waitress salary & comm. 6690. and take over an established
INS I SEE
NW 20th PI. $25. Gracie Delores Maul- DIVISIONSPERRY Exp. mechanics MODELSOPEN mortgage $97
din; 1443 SE Fourth St. disorderly conduct Store trainee hi schi. grad. AN exciting home with space excellently erything. ; Call per FR mo.6-9907.pays ev-
ALACHUA GENERAL by fighting with knife. $100 RAND Off. trainee' hi schl. grad. built air conditioned to a.m. Til I Dark _
Dorothy Lee Jenkins. 901 NW Third CORP.GAINESVILLE Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. 3 BR, 2 Bath. family room and EXCELLENT
BUY
i May 8,19G4BIRTHS Ave. disorderly conduct 525. Alene Arm FLORIDA Auto salesman, Exp. fireplace now being! completedby FEATURES : Owner
strong Rushing. 204 SE 14th St. drunkenness. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Short order grill man Lloyd Myrick Builder In Fireplaces leaving town must sacrifice
$25. Ernest Ross. 1106 SE 19th St. EMPLOYMENT Insurance trainee $iOO wk. Wimberly Estates outside city Screened porches 3 BR. 2 bath kitchen bullt-tns
Gomez drunkenness. $25. Fletcher McCloud 1937 Route salesman. Levy Co. limits. N. W. 36th Terr. off family room, central heat & air
I Custom kitchen cabinets
and Mrs. Guyllermo
Mr. NE Eighth Ave. disorderly conduct S25. Wanted part time clerk-typist experienced CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22 Oversized bathroomsPlus conditioning. located o u t s Ida
2832 NE 15th St., a girl; Rufus Wayne Haire 217 SE Second PI.. in filling out Insurance 120 SE 1st Ave. 500. Phone 25689. other custom city limits. For further Infor-
many
disorderly conduct. $30. Robert Allen CLASSIFIEDDial and medical forms. Please Phone 376-8234 matlon phone 3723712.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Weight. 1125 NW 36th Ave. drunkenness. call 3723697. __ OH MOM features
VA & FHA TERMS FOR SALE by owner modern 3
Thacker, 1824 NW 3rd PI., a $ville.40. Lcuella drunkanness.; Virginia$25 Jernigan.Troy Jernigan.Jackson- CLERK Apply Ken's Bakery. 16 Work Wanted Female You'll love this 3 bedroom 2 bath Walking distance to elementary & bedroom house In Carol Estates.

Pen- Jacksonville. drunkenness. $25. TommyLee 15 SW 2nd St. beauty at top Northeast location. Jr. High Schools Shopping & Furnished or unfurnished. Assume -
Mrs.
and
boy; Mr. Henry A Good housekeeper with 61 loan or refinance. Best
; Trigg 507 SE Fifth St., disorderly I good"W8nt Terrazzo floors. G.E. built in Churches.
: ny, Jr., Rt. 1 Box 117A, Archer, conduct. $40.Thomas TWO JOBS AVAILABLE one FR references. I a |0b. Call oven and range. Newly redecor HUGH EDWARDS offer. Call 3768414.
Jefferson Robinson. 1418 NE part-time. the other from 5:00 6-2950. ated. 15500. $600 down. FHA. ,
a girl. First Ave.. discharging firearms. $100. to 11:00 P oM. Age 2335. light Pay only $101 per month IncludIng NEAR SCHOOLS, Attractive red-
INC.N.E. wood fenced :3 bedroo,
grill work experience helpful. taxes and insurance. yard
Richard Fenton Ross Jr.. blocking traf- 18 Schools & InstructionsMEN
ADMITTEDFlorence in home 'In new condition, 1206 N.E.
but not Apply
necessary. per-
f ic. $7.50. HUGH EDWARDS 16th Ave. & 15th St. 16th P1.DUPLEX..
Sarah Gerard, El- Morton Irwin Goldstein 1902 SE 14th son. Sandwich Inn 110 N. W. 372-1551 .
Downtown Income
Ter.. parking within five feet of fireplug. 376-4672 16th Ave. AND WOMEN WANTED prop
len Ann Bon neville, Marion (25 Bessie Lorene Jones. Old Town and TO TRAIN FOR INC.N.E. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section erty. Priced at $6,300
WANT beautiful business
a 2 tile baths HISTORIC WINDSOR, Parcels 3
25. Willie Lee King. 648 NE 15th St.. CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS 16th Ave. & 15th St. 3 bedroom
Paul Williamson, Virginia Nor- carelss driving. Clarence Knight Mc have fun too? 3721551. built-in appliances, double carport to 29 acres $200 to $400 per

wood Betty Jane Gorman, Jennifer Kay. Hernando ran red light. $10. Ruby from 10 A.M.Phone to 376-1480 5 P.M.. Monday paved street. connected to acre with terms.
Rains. Rt. 4. speedIng. $25. We prepare Men and Women. N.W. AREA sewer. Small down payment. HOME AND INCOME S bedroom
Mills Wednesday & Friday. no other 18-55. After 6 home In excellent location for
Thacker, Vivian Mercedes George Gaines Young. 2222 SE 10th Ages No experience neces- COMPLETELY redecorated. Large Days phone 3723826.
time please. sary. Grammar 376-4774 room rentals. SU.OOO with terms.
Hubert James Hiers school education P.M.
$10. with
Ave.. speeding. yard patio. Lovely living
Gomez, M 0 n teen Crensh a w, 1217 NW 45th Ave., harboring unlicensed HOSTESSCASHIER for daytime usually sufficient. Permanent area. 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious ALACHUAREALTY
Jean Witherington, Clarice Har- Jog. $5. Charles Richard Arnett. 2305 work. Apply In person at Aunt lobs. No layoffs. Short hours. 11000. with easy terms. Call 3 BR 2 bath Fla. Rm.. Close
SE 11th Ave. faulty brakes. $10. Announcements Jemima's Kitchen 1614 N.W. High pay. Advancement. Send Les Jackson, Associate anytime. to school. Littlewood Estates.
rison, Vassie F. Hemphill, Ala- Nancy Allen Sweazie Citizens Bank. 13th St. or call 2-7140. name number, home and time address phone ERNEST TEW, REALTYFR $24,500 Reasonable down payment -
overtime parking. $5; overtime parking WAITRESS. Good hours. good home. Write 6-6461. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone
Marcel Co. Box 388-A,
chua. $S, overtime parking $5; overtime park- c/o Gainesville -
Won- 3725738.
DISCHARGEDMrs. ing. $5. overtime parking, $5; Vera Mae 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE salary. Apply In person.14 S.W. Sun._ WEST VILLA ESTATES AssociatesArl
Bolt. 503 NW Sixth Ave. operating a derhouse Restaurant. MEN WOMEN AGE 18-55 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled FOR Sam or trade. New 4 BR. T. Smith Realtor
Clara M. Wales, Mrs. vehicle without driver's license on per- 1st Behind Sears. WANTED IMMEDIATELY bath wall-to-wall carpeting cen- home located In Westmoreland Mabel Gore Associate
LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention WANTED 10 LADIES Age 18-50. TO TRAIN FOR tral heating built in kitchen Estates. On city sewers. pavedSt 635 N.E. 1st St. 37H44I
Judity Krieger, Ira S. Roberts, "tSruce"Frederick Fullerton, 1507 NE to nervous or elderly. honest, able to handle large CIVIL SERVICE includes dishwasher. Located on 2 Ig. bath Rms., Ig. familyRm. .
N.W. Section. 3 Br. 2 baths,
Wall Mrs. Zella 12th Ter. ran stop sign. $10 James Danie Easy Way Driving School. FR sums of money paid daily. Apply large wooded lot with circle & living Rm., dining area. large
Mrs. Dorothy Hughes. Rt. 3. speeding. $10 Nubit Lewis 7-7002 Lie by State of Fla. at Florida Motel Hwy 441 offering drive Orig. cost $20,000 balance Central heat built-in kitchen In- carport and utility. Paved street
good ,
Mae Phillips, Mrs. Mary Ann Kite. Tumblin Creek. ran red light. $10. between hours of 10:1>>-5:00 Sun- ,pay local security. For Information 17380. Equity $600 payments cluding GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards curbing.Terrace.excellent well landscaped.condition
Gloria Lavonne Matheny 4517 SE First E SPECIAL NOTICESTRY day. Monday and Tuesday. Ask Interview write incl. taxes and Ins. $143 per walk to schools close to rear
Feehan and son, Mrs. Judity F,l. backing Into inters ction. $18 for Mr. Jimmie L. Massey American Gainesville Service. Box 411-M c-o _mo. Phone 372-9172. U of F & medical center FHA Reasonable 3725756
Sallee and Blanche Thompson McCain 3702 NW 17th Childscope Inc. No Phone Calls Sun. 122,700. Down payment $1,700. :1 BR Fla. Rm., Carol Estates
Mason, Mrs. Diane St.. ran red light. $10. Ralph Watt Bales. DIADAX TABLETS (formerly Please. 4 BEDROOM Immediate occupancy. Drive by near AAetcalf & Howard Bishop.
Mrs. Diane Witte and son, p-edmg 3927 NW 13th St.. $25. Dex-A-Diet). New name. Real I Estate Exam 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler Pay equity & assume VA loan
son, Burl Robinson Burgess. Archer. ran same formula. only 98 cents. Ca- NEEDED Business secretary ma- COURSE $12,996.82Professional Brothers, 3729545 dally. 376-9041 with $77.94 mo. payments; Phone
Mrs. Kay Frances Floyd, M rs. stop sign. $10. Jean Henry Chance. Mel- nova's Drug Store. 37 N. Main ture permanent. Answer in ATTEND First lesson free. night. 376-0539.
careless driving $25. Henry William St. own handwriting giving back family has left t h Is
Tillman Mrs. Mary Boul- rose. 902 NW Fifth Ave., ran ground. Salary open. Write Box HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE home in better than new condition. -
May Reynolds. IN GAINESVILLE it'sODI'S Sun. COllEGE. 218 W. Univ. Ave r&f 1 i-m:!?? &.2t! .: l .:>H.
Janice A. Hines, Michael red light. $10. Hubert Vincent Smith. Hu- PHARMACY 417 A. c-o Gainesville FR. 6-3507 3723727. 5Vi pet. VA loan. Pay only /f : :; : .m : '1' ".
.
ware, letts Landing. N.Y.. careless driving. 25. 114 Central Plaza EARN that extra money showing $375 down. Monthly payments
Townsend, Laura B. Allen, Jessie Thomas. Worthington Springs (next tc Winn-Dixie beautiful cosmetics as advertised only $7097 plus taxes and insur tJ
> 510. in and U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! ance. See this house soon. It .
leading magazines
Thomas C. Spence, LeRoy Peterson Wooda'Grant Wheeler Sr., 3907 NW 13th For I.DL.prescriptions DRUGSTOREDUE & cosmetics on T.V. by Avon. Good earn- will not be on the market long p: 2teJGaflhit

Walter B. Parrish Betty St. ran red light. Irma Hunter Roche ings. Ideal for housewives. Call Men -women 1852. Start high as for this low price.
2503 NE 11th St.. speeding. $15. James to divorce I have a like new Mrs. Burns FR 2-0421. $10:00 a week. Preparatory HUGH EDWARDS
Jane Gorman. Hutchingson Lake Wales. faulty brakes. 1964 model Zig lag Automatic training until appointed. Thousands { : .
t 50. Alan Irwin Lederman. 318 W. Univ. sewing machine. that does ev Wanted of jobs A'r
Experience
12 Male Help open. INC.
ACCIDENT ROUNDUP Ave.. ran red light. $10. erything. We would like some- usually unnecessary. FREE
Wells 525 NW 19th Ollie Irvin Forman. Rt. 1. overtime one to take up payments of $6.00 Information on fobs salaries re N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. !r I 881I
Horace \V. parking. $5. William Nolan Tolinson. 904 per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372. ARCHITECT or senior draftsman quirements. Write TODAY 372-1551.
gIvIng
-
traffic. $750 position salary open. :
Lane and John R. Whitehead, NE 11th Ter. blocking 2051. permanent name address and phone.
43rd Ter..
James John Kubie. 601 SW Box 790 Lake City. Fla.
Lincoln Service 607 N.W. 19th Ave.
CHIEFLAND NURSING HOME Box 41 OM,
Richard Lee
in the 1200 meter violation..$5
608 SW Second Ter., parking $15. has a few vacancies, mode r n MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREIn c/o Gainesville Sun. >>
Carter. 731 NW Fourth St. speeding. Consider carefully the following t /
I block of N. Waldo Rd. at 6:45: Rachael Hatcher Morgan. Rt. 2. N. building. Homelike atmosphere, the insurance business. Must features in this 3 BR 2 Bath. I 11 fWe"I
failure to good food special diets 24 hr. be between the ages of 25 to 50 fm
Main St. and Third Ave. MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for Ocala brick home. Cen. heat.
yesterday. Ernest B. Gibson professional nursing care. Chief- to Quality. Guaranteed starting ,
p.m. yield right-of-way $25 CIVIL SERVICE family room exceptional floo r
Call FR 2-7167, or FR
McDill Jacksonville U-Turn. $10. land. phone 4934781. salary. plan beauty kit., heavily shaded
Ritchie R. Richter Examinations. For Informationsend
Interview.MANAGEMENT
for
Martin Allen Korn- 22153
forfeited bonds: corner lot. You can buy with
AFB and D. L. Emerson III, reich. 1403 SE 22nd PI. parking out of 8 Baby Sitters, Child Car. OPPORTUNITYWill Key name Training address Service.& Phone 112 No.W. terms to please you for 17500. I

2105 NW Ninth Ave., at NW 15th assigned man 1216 area.SE Second$5. Larry Ave.. 515.I Alan. Wasser- 21 to personally 30 to become train young a district man Adams St., Jacksonville." 3669 N.W. Village t jtcen

TINY TOT manager with Realsilk Inc. PRIVATE tutoringJr... High,
Write Dennis Clemens. P. O. and first yr. Col. Experienced. [
16th Ave.
PLAY SCHOOL: Box 3217. Tampa. Fla. 33601. qualified tutor reas. rates, call '
after 5:00 372-6276._ W* only ask that you look at this SNEAK PREVIEW.'
I The Visit us and see for yourself. WANTEDCOLORED Brand new 3 BR. 2 Bath CBhome.
SPEED
With WRITING SHORTHAND
24 SE 8th St. FR 6-7506.
BoysI The livable floor '
Secretarial plan
Courses. Classes
now
ONLY. TURPENTINE 1 tin Dirk
PLANNED program awaits your CHIPPERS AND forming. Howell's Business Col with family room will appeal to rB Today
DIPPERS.
I pre-school youngster at JACK lege. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR you. Cent. heat and alrcondition-
& JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. PULLERS. GOOD WAGES. PAY 3507. ing. Built-in elec. kitchen with :
Wolfe will audition all inter- Music programs. educational OFF EACH WEEK. CONTACTMR. gobs of cabinets. Half acre landscaped .
Club At the last Roy
Stamp KENNETH STRICKLAND. n;
film-strips. 45-5:15.. Mon.-FrLi lot. And much more for 2ew3o !t. :JrAIWI'
28 Livestock & Supplies
meeting of the Stamp Club, in- ested Boys' Club member each 1331 SW. 13th St. FR 6-3900. TELEPHONE P.M. 376-8083 AFTER 6 23500. Terms to suit. "

structor Larry Rigg discussedthe Friday at 4 p.m. Boys s h ould Child Care In my home. Fenced
yard. Reasonable rates. Good WANTED Caretaker on Lake WANT AN ECONOMICALL REALTY HUGH EDWARDS
value of the paper dollar and bring their instruments. This references. Phone 3723713. place. Must be sober and have PRICED FEED? Then try CPA INCJ4
Furnished house and
references. Cooperative Mills 16 cent
per
how much it is worth. He also is not an instructional class. KIDDIE KORTChild cood salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Production Dairy. part pulleted. UNIVERSITY 2837 N.E. 15th Strut I
200 W. Unlv Ave.
about some Co. Ideally suited for feeding on i1
told the members Hockey Outstanding players care center FR 2-6667 MALE HELP WANTED Tlleset- pasture. Special for May only. 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. tL Phorie372-1551
of the stamps that will be issued WANTED BABY SITTING lob ters and Helpers of any level FMX Gainesville or Alachua. M. Munroe Realtor J
in the Club .
Bojs Hockey Phone FR 2-1095 46} 210S
Clubis have transporation. Phone FR 21479. of experience by established or Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin. Frank .
this year. The Stamp Leagues this past week were company with work in six states. Roby Roy McCann, T. C. Douglas ":C ,... *t' ""jm: m ..Jl [
all Boys' Club mem- Call 369251S collect or write 30 PETS & SUPPLIESFREE Jr.
open to Britt Mims, Keith Austin, Jim- Robert F. Henry Tile Co., Mont-
bers and meetings are held each Employment oomery Alabama. 1
my Flowers, Robbie Watts, kittens 8 weeks old. Call '
Saturday at 11 A.M. Helton Dennis Under- SALESMAN salary. car allow- FR 6-4339 or see at 2831 N.E. ,
Johnny ance and commission. Age 25 to
German Club Boys' Club 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 45 preferred. Phone FR 22533. 10th St.ENGLISH. r
and Glenn
wood Pat
Padgett
members are invited to join the ASSISTANT grill man wanted. for watch shepherd stock, puppies.and pets.Good FR
Mitchell.
of the German BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORS Good salary. Apply In person 20033.LABRADOR. //
Better
weekly meetings Jaycee Derby May 15 is the Earn up to $5 per hour demonstrating Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 i Hurryll "
Club when boys are taught sim- famous Studio Girl S.W. 1st St. Behind Sears. retriever female 9
months partially trained very
the
and German deadline for boys to join Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. WANTED one bus-boy. Applyin
ple German words the Club. Phone 376-4336 after 6. person between 10:M and intellegent. Phone 481-2312, R. E.
Derby at Boys' Gregory. Hawthorne.
Jaycee
history. These meetings are: EXPERIENCED grocery cashier. 12-01 A.M. to the head waitress.
at 4. Ger. The[ winner of the July 18 race Apply Hubbard Circle Grocery. Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. GERMAN shepherd pups AKC all
held each Wednesday 16th Ave. and Mlllhopper Rd. shots. ready to go. Shown week
will receive an all expense paid T.V. TECHNICIAN Parttimeor after 7 P.M.. all
helmets: days day Sat.
such as full time. For appointment
articles WANTED experienced Legal Secretary -
man and displayed and dis, trip to the B a h a ma Islands. to begin work on or be- call 2-7326. between *:00 and 5:00weekdays. and NW 18th Sun. 1cr.DACHSHUND See. Don Carney 3501 i Homes

flags are Boys must be 11-15 as of August fore June 1. Salary commensurate -
cussed. with experience and abili ROUTE MAN needed at once. Apply puppy AKC reg.
1 1964. Applications may be obtained ty. Fringe benefits. Blue Cross Canada Dry Bottling Co. or red female. B weeks old. Had all I
Day Camp A day camp I & Blue Shield. For interview contact call 6-5825 shots NO. Phone Kingsley Lake Just
hours.
offered soon. : during Boys' Club E. A. Clayton or James E. 533-2493.

program will be follow at Jaycee Derby directors, Wendy Clayton. Ph. 372-9591. 13-Help Male or Female PUREBRED beagle puppies AKC
More information will McCollum WAITRESS wanted Texan Barbe- registered also Labrador puppies 7
and Gene
later date.BaseballMay. Wilkerson que. Hawthorne. Fla. 4812344._ James' Kennels. Rt. 1. j4 Left
a have registered 43 boys with 17 AFTERNOON paper route now Box 78 Keystone Heights 4734958. .
16 is the datE! BE A FASHION available in Melrose. Man or .
of these working on their racer SHOW DIRECTORNO woman wishing to supplement
SeminolE Black Labrador puppies best of
for Write
for reporting Income by $SO per week.
the Boys' Club. delivering or collecting. car blood lines. Fine to hunt or at ::)
Leaguers ((9 and 10)) and Gato r at necessary. Connie Robbins. FR Circulation Manager P. O. Box home. AKC reg. Call 372-5763 :
?. Gainesville, or call FR
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Leaguers ((11 13)) and May 2::I Marbles The Boys' Club -6-1968 after 6 30 p.m. 2-8441 ext. 16. after 6 and all day Sat. & Sun. :: ...uulh'1 Pine Forest -

Sal 't will host the 1964 State Marbles "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER
is reporting date for 33.LOTS FOR SALEBY
new management. Open- .

and Pepper Leaguers ((7 and 8)). Tournament, May 23 Florida with Boys' time ings for or full fashion time.directors.For appointment Part- FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY OWNER b' fafat iel&nf txmmunifyfyt ;.'

A flyer will be mailed to everlBoys' :, Clubs throughout competing call 3727049.ATTRACTIVE BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 900 blockof

Club member with detailed ._ in the following age LADY to go Into For top quality workmanship N.W. 22nd Street. 110 xlSS', uahfiu1ifld8d
) 10 and under b) 11-13 apparel business with Realsilk call Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x-
information about the Cuddi i groups: a Inc. Direct sales experience help 372-6142 180' with view and privilegesof

Baseball Program d and c) 14 and over. An elimina- ful but not required. Opportunity Clear Lake. 376-5109. cVtedt
sponsors held for advancement within W days. GAINESVILLE Sic i ELY wooded residential iotT HUGH EDWARDS/INC.
by the Gainesville Jaycees. tion tournament was May Write Dennis demons P. O. UPHOLSTERY 330x300 on paved road NW of :::

Orchestra-Additions are sti n 9 to determine the team to represent Box 3217. Tampa Fla. 33601. Free 1508 Estimates N.W. IStft no St. and town. approximately 3V* miles ;\z N.E.1 Ave.ot15thSt.. Ph.3721551 J :
Club in the WANTED excellent typist for part up from city limits. $3,000 cash or
being held for boys wishing t o the Boys' time work. Contact George Doyle. dalivery. 20 pet. down with up to 5 yrs. -3

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35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sale 37 Real 1 Estate ExchangedSELL I 42 Farms & Acreage 45 Furnished Apt$. 45 Furnished Apt'.


IVi, mile north of Sperry Plant. or trade for farm land In 40 ACRES FURNISHED Apartment for rent i BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. 1st floor.
EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned McKINNEY practically new 2 BR home Alachua I County. 3 Bedroom spacious l''Uncleared land. South of Newberry. with living Rm.. bedroom. tile Prefer married couple and Ideal
3 BR home Paneled Family with full tile bath on 11/3 acre house. Quiet neighborhood.Close $100 per acre.; Terms. $. E. bath alr-cond. 1, 2 bedroom I for students. Near Stephen Fos
THE TIME IS NOW Room adjoining living dining GREEN shaded lot. $7,000 Terms. Phone to University. FR 2-0992. Sapp Realtor. Newberry. Flor- Apt. FR 2-9569. ter. Phone 372-6011.
area for extra spaciousness. 376-4295 after Ida. Phone 472-2000. .
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electric range and dishwasher. DEATONRealtors 38 Real Estate Wanted i I SEAUTIFUL roiling 2 to 5 acre
Assume 4/i per cent Gl mort p.m.M estates. Choice of wooded or
gage. Will consider financing permanent pasture. 7 miles west NorwoodHope I
balance. See this unusual buy TO BUY
WANT of Gainesville. $600 per acre- r-SiVB'!
at 2213 NE 7th Ter.
Do You Have A Room ApartmentOr BUSINESS : home with be the first to make your choice!
LOVELY home on Ig. beautifully 2 or 3 bedroom Call or see United Farm 4 i
landscaped lot in Idylwild. 3 Close to Court House Zoned SUBURBANSuburban. family room and 2 baths. Kitchen Agency 3722951.Fordyce .
Business B-2) Lot 133 by 100 must be equipped. Central .
House to Rent? BR 2 bath Fla. Rm. Rooms living. C.B. 3 Br., 3 "H" Inc.
this property can be purchased acres heat preferred. Must be priced
spacious. Cent. heat & A-C Excellent Acreage BiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiaiiiiiiiniiiiiiraEiiminiiiuin! :
PRICE Call land. $12,600.00 call Mary Moel- I
for entertainment & well at RIGHT right with reasonable down pay-
situated for children on dead FR 2.3617CREEKSIDE ler ment. Write to Box 365-A. : 1115 NW 40th Drive We Trade Homes I I
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end street. Near new school. Gainesville Sun. Approximately 100 acres of beautiful
REMEMBER-A rental COSTS Lg. hobby utility rm. 2 car : CONTEMPORARYAnglewood pasture land $165.00 an 3 Br.2Bath or Propertyeffm37mllniiifflmnstrnbninei
vacancy carport. Ample closet space. 1 39 Out of Town Property acre. Fenced and cross fenced. We must sacrifice this
.
,
Central heat SW lot 3 Br.
cedar lined. Call owner FR 6- Modem HOME corner ; !! I
4232. large beautifully landscaped 2 bath C.B. Dbl garage. Fla. I Land in and near Gainesville easily -Our inventory is too
YOU MORE than the ad that will rentit creek-side lot. together with room cent heat 2.000 sq ft living STARKE: 11 room, 3 bath homeon accessible and attractive I y 5 much-We will take
LIKE NEW 3 BR 2 Bath Lg. GUEST HOUSE Call FR 2- area. Immediate occupancy large lot in choice neighbor. priced. 2 acre tracts. $850 for our equity. The following are ready 101-
LR., with fireplace D.R.. built 3617 call Mary Moeller I
hood. Close to bank. church occupancy.
In kitchen. enclosed patio. 2 You assume $17,000
post office schools & market. Nearly 500 acres 5225.00 an acre.
car and carport heating. central Near air-cond.schools. DUPLEX : INVESTMENTIncome Ideal for home & office apts., Good close In NW section. Approximate mortgage.:: 3707 N.W. 21st PI. @
nursing home beauty shop etc. Hurry to take
advantageof 4-BR. 2 bath $700 down.
Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13Jh Let us show you this attractive prop near U.of F. campus 522.000 or trade for Gainesville :3 lots 75 x 141, In NW sectionfor
Here's what your Vacancy COSTS YOU Ave. Tel. 2-4795. and well located two story duplex for sale or lease suitable for property. Write Box 277. Starke low price of $800 each let this. $107 mo. _
that we have listed Good small shops. will build to suit Fla. us tell you about these and
OWNER transferred. 3 BR house condition Fully furnished In- tenants. Investigate this offer. many other lots now available. 50 1115 NE 5th St.3Br.2Bath. 1442 NE 16th PI.
EVERY DAY until it is rented : VA financed. 2 yrs. old. $400 come of $175.00 per month Call Mary Moeiler.INVESTMENT. HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone :3 BR. IVj bath WOO down.
cash. Take up payment of $82 Could be used as a home with Heights Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths 1 Our Loss Your Gain (98 per mOo
Fordyce
per mo. Ph. 372-3263. -
an income Attractively priced acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat -
IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS BARGAIN Don't wait Call FR 2-3617 $18,000 will sell for $14.990. Associates Inc. -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320
IF RENT : : 4 Rm. house 2 blks. from Spring Appr. 300 x 300 comprising 2-3 Call 376-1168 Gainesville after 5 be lowered We will NW 30th Ave.
Hill High. Outside complete. In- ASSOCIATESJ. Br. 1 bath homes at 728 & 804 p.m. 924 W. Univ. 374-1234 take $850 for our equi-
$40 per mo. . $1.33 per day side partially complete. Lot 50x- Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth N.W. 16 Ave. Drive past & call You 3 BR. 1 bath $550 dn $7748
100. 52.200 cash. Call Keystone Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire Mary Moeller 40 Business PropertiesFIRT 43 Colored Property ty. assume $13,600 per mOo =
Heights 473-4135. Multiple Listing (Approx.) mortgage -
$50 per mo. . $1.66 per day Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. is
MARY FOR SALE. 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
TIME OFFERED I
J. W. HOMES FOR SALE now
$55 per mo. . $1.83 per day LAKE FRONT BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL. 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & 1lIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIWII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII! !! !! 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $48
KIRKPATRICKHANDSOME ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OFFICE SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. ocr mOo

$60 per mo. . $2.00 per day EstateFor MOELLER COMPLETELY 5 ACRES LAND-FURNISHED meet ment. Some Monthly small payment down$57 pay.to ; FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St. i

traditional residence; SCAPED LIKE A PARK. THESE $45. Also homes built on your Bath. $300 dn., $66 per mo.

$65 per mo. . $2.16 per day one of the most beautiful in the discriminating home buyer UNITS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND lot for no down payment. = 124 SE 7th St.38RIBath. aB
Gainesville. Space design custom CLEAN COMPLETELY Call TOMMY RIDGELL
of REALTOR 303 SE 38th St.
details and special quality that wants the advantages Phon.. FR 2-41M
AIR-CONDI.
EQUIPPED WITH Builder 1 Year Lease. $100 per Mo.Norwood .
$70 per mo. . $2.33 per day throughout for the discriminating the country and the conveniencesof TIONING AND HEAT GOOD 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
buyer.SLIGHTLY the Custom city. this designed is the and home built for 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 WELLS. REAL COUNTRY LIVING 44 Cottages for Rent mllllDlllllllllllllllll1l1llIlIIIIIIllllllllllllllll1lllll: llI 3 BR 1 bath $500 dn. $44

$75 per mo. . $2.50 per day attractive suburban.three bedroom Several most two you.for the large wooded lot over COMFORTABLE.. RESTFUL, D QUIET A N ISO AND N per mo.

bath houses. each with large looking the water you will love Ill=flIIIIUUUBUHflBBftHHWIIII! =
RANCH MOTEL LOCATED 2
the foyer. the spacious living PARRISHPRESENTS 2 Bedroom furnished cottage, I I
$80 per mo. . $2.66 per day family paved room.street. well Prices kept range lot from and room with fireplace roomy kit MILES HWY.EAST 27. FOR OF IMMEDIATE WILLISTONON no pets. FR 2-5633. The following are under construction

515.000. to 20000. chen including range refrigerator and will be readyfor

$85 per mo. . $2.83 per day SUMMER lake. furnished places two :bedrooms On Cowpen SB.100.00 ,- freezer, dish separate washer dining and room.deep 4 DANISON SALE. $45,000.OWNER.GEORGE ADDRESS.D. FURNISHED.electric tile 1 shower.BR cottage good ventilation all- I Hope occupancy soon. 22 i

lovely bedrooms 2Vi baths anda 126 3RD AVE. N.E.. ST. PETERSBURG located on Santa Fe
$90 per mo. . $3.00 per day able;three on Lake bedroom Rosa. .comfort.deluxe 12x45 front screened porch. FLA. PHONE 896- Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- "H" Inc. 3236 NW 29th Ave. it:

kitchen extra deep lot. 18. The 2098 sq. ft. of living area JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and enjoy 2576. 8149. 3 BR 2 bath $700 dn. $98 i

$95 per mo. . $3.16 per day 000: Lake Serena exceptional Is centrally heated A-C units.and An air added con-. life and your family in this FOR SALE BY OWNER SMALL furnished collage and We Trade Homesor per mo.
residence and other buildings ditioned by 3 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Large Hwy. land on US 301 No. & So. trailer for rent. Suitable for is
335 feet lake frontage feature is the University living room. wall to wall carpet. of Starke 343 ft. cor. next & working couple. Moore's Trailer or Property !
$100 per mo. . $3.33 per day $25400.EXCELLENT tested 19 man bomb shelter. Located and brick fireplace. Separate dining south of Stuckey's. 536 ft. across Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 3301 & 3311
selection of lovely lust outside the city limits room Florida Room built- road. Ben Suslow P. O. Box 376-8164. 22 1Il1l11l1l1l11mmmlllllmmllllWllilliWlllllJllll! !!!! !|!!!! NW 30th Ave

lots: Over an acre In restricted this is an exceptional buy. in kitchen plus a lovely screen- 1003 Starke. 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn $91 |
area. good for split level house CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS ed ALL OUR HOMES ARE
patio a large beautiful
on
7500. In Westwood Little- FOR RENT-$100 per month. 20x- 45 Furnished Apts. is OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- per mOo
wooded lot. I
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR wood area. all Improvements 50freshly painted inside. 1 JOY SEEING ANYTIME IF
I $4,500. Small acreage. closein If you are looking for a fine IN. ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE blk. from Court House. Ill S. '3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Ave.
$9,900: many others In all COME PROPERTY call us to Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home- Main St. FR 6-9312. clean. For married couples on 1123 SE. 4th STREET 3 BR, 2 bath $400 dn. $84 m
, this 3 bedroom home with Adults. Rent FR 6-5301 or FR 6798'mln'rnnllmlllllIllllllllllllllllllUWllIII per mOolJIIIlIIIIIIIIllflflnlllmflllrmUttllll'lIIlIIIIlIl
areas.J. see ly. no pets. rea
with wall to wall carpet and an -
SUN RENTAL WANT ADS W. KIRKPATRICK an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both old brick fireplace in I II! v i n g 42 Farms & Acreage sonable. Call 3767841.WATCH !
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Realtor completely furnished and only : !
room. Florida room built In
Member Multiple Listing 13300. Apt. is rented for $70.00 kitchen central heat and
cen- FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE I
31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 per month.REDUCED tral air conditioning, screened RURAL PROPERTIES FOR If II f
ASSOCIATES: porch and a lovely fenced in
Floye Mathiasen Irene BunnellA. Beautiful lot In back yard with pool and shuffleboard ROBERTS C. SMITH REALTORU.S. IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT I HOUSE HUNTING? '
W. Recce Capt., USN Ret. Black Acres near UniversityGolf
35 Houses for Sole court. Under $30,000. Hwy. 441 Micanopy. Fla.
Course now only 3200.
35 Houses for Sale Ph. 466-3120 Cooperative apartments to
TEMPTING BUY Four bedroom be built In Gainesville. For
3 BR. 2 D I05. g. LR. walk-in 2.4 ACRES $1600
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JOHN MERRILL 2 bath home in Mason information call FR 62921or
closets. dishwasher. Sm. down FRED I
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT LOS TRANCOS WOODS CHECK THESE NORTHWEST
Manor walking distance to Lit- write
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payment. VA mtg.. Swim pool Public frontage
3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB homein utilities. paved road
privileges. 374-1583 after 5. Melton Manor (KIncald REALTORMULTIPLE tlewood and Westwood. Large school bus service. Drive P. O. Box 13956

I FHA House for sale NE sectionat Road). Small payments. Phone ARNOLD LISTING living. Lovely room fenced Ideal for in back family yard.living West on Newberry Rd.. turn Gainesville Fla. I HOMES TODAY:

appraisal value of 10000. FR 2-2940 Sundays; week days PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES Central heat and central air conditioning right on SR 241 watch for signon University Park I
$300 down payment low monthly after 4:30 p.m. : Loads of privacy on right. Terms If desired.
payments. 3 BR. 1 bath. car MARCELLA PARDIW. this nice quiet street. Ralph FOSSEY Realtor !
t. port. large storage. Call after 2 BR CCB. 3130 N.W. 10th St. REALTORLittlewood H. BUCKHANNAN 11 W. University Ave. Ph 376-1359 Apts. $15,400

6:00 P.M. FR 4-4774. Stove refig.. auto. washer. air TIME TO BUY IS NOW And "Selling Florida Since 1906" A.-.. ..
cond.. Included. Total $8500 lowdown -
I FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per we have lust the house for a NEW concrete block home on 3 model. All brick I
$65 per mo. Drive by or Redfranks I Three bedroom two bath colonial
executive with Gaines- ,
young a growing acres of land north of
month payments. you can qualify
call 376-1936 after 5 P.M. walkto
i for 4 BR. 2 bath home 1806 family. Beautiful bedroom. 2 ville city limits. Buy furn. or front. corner lot, paved street all city services,
I I NW 38th Terr. Will paint inside BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 Bed bath home in Anglewood. lovely unfurn. Price furn. $9000 with elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
) & outside completely. For appt.to room. 2 bath home central heat Westwood SchoolsThis Rea estate living room. dining room good terms. Phone owner after Quality Homes down only $94.53 per month complete. These homes
see call 372-0481. hardwood floors. 2-car garage. family room and built In kitchen 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or 462-1175. ;
1960 "Parade of Homes"house Ideal for family and en- are new and almost ready for occupancy.
, Lot 105 x 127. $800 down. $94 per
3 BEDROOM CCB. 100 x 100 lot. has a family room over- Is ACREAGE
WANT A BARGAIN? Owner tertaining. Central heat and cen-
month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call
Choice location. Easy terms. FR looking an enclosed patio cen- moving from Gainesvil e tral air conditioning and one WEST VILLA
Phone 485-2491 Brooner: after 8. 2-2727. tral air conditioning 3 bedroomsand wants quick sale. 3 bed- you must see. Shown by appointment 41 acres. apprx. Nice lives b I e
SACRIFICE J2400 equity for $700 LARGE 4 OR S BR HOME 2 baths for only 522.000. room 2 bath with FAMILY only. house W. of Gainesville 511000. $13,500Three
t cash. Total cost only $11,427. ON 2-3 acre wooded fenced lot. Ask to see this new listing In ROOM. screened 300 acres with 80 acres of corn N.W. 16th Ave. .
' Modern 3 BR, W bath home. Study A-C carpeting. other ex this desirable area. porch CENTRAL HEAT GOOD BUY Owner leaving planted. 200 under cultivation 90
Near schools. Refng.. elec. tras. 2 blks. to schools. 3 mos. over 1600 sq. ft. of LIV. town and must sell 4 bedroom acres pasture. 3 acres tobacco & 37th St.
I old. 1224 NW 36th St. Phone FR screened 2 bath allotment bal In pert pasture. model with double access -
range air cond.. and drapes. Family Size HomeWith ING SPACE plus home living room fam- bedroom, one bath ]
I No qualifying. 1432 NE 14th Ter. 2-4841. porch on n I cely landscaped ily room built-in kitchen and water. 45 head of black angus exterior elevation lOOx
bath.
Phone 374-4048. apartment size payments. lot in NO RTH- screened porch. Central heat and catte.! NW of Gainesville. Inc. to master Stunning
AIR bath CONDITIONED home. Attractive 4 BR 2 Northwest location. 3 bedrooms. WEST convenient to schools central air conditioning. Pricedto Equipment. Tractor. Realistic 100 1 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA.
HOUSES for sale. 2110 NE 12th lot. Screened patio fenced corner back 2 baths and family room. 17. & UnIversity. Can be sell.J. Price Good terms. good road. TERMSWalter Monthly payments only $81 .00 per month.
Terr. 3 BR. 2 bath large corner
600. Payments of $107 per monthInclude bought FHA or for a REAL Call
lot.payments$500 cash of $91 equity.monthly.Take over Furniture yard.bership.Paid$900 up down.swim $102 club mo.mem Including taxes and Insurance. Immediate BARGAIN make an offeron J. FINLEY We have two MARY MOELLER. REALTOR
; occupancy. equity & assume pres- excellent buys in 3 bedroom
taxes-insurance. 2817N. 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471
i 4458.BY also available. Call 372- E. 11th Dr. 372-5037. ent financing. Asking $15- homes within walking distanceto Stubbs, Inc. $15,000Three
' TwoStoryFireplace 500. Call 6-0817. Finley. Both are available for
OWNER. FINLEY AREA. 2 FINLEY AREA 4 BR, 2 bath immediate occupancy and both E. "CURLY"KUEHN
Bedroom. separate dining room. spacious Fla. rm., fireplace disposal 3 bedrooms 2 baths" CHARACTER, CHARM & FLAIR are excellent buys and pricesare C.
& Large secluded screened porch. FM-TV rotator phone 376- hardwood floors a study all sit- -Eloquent sunken living unbeatable. "We Trade Houses" bedroom two bath Sherwood model 1200
Fireplace lovely yard. walking 0434. uated on a beautiful large landscaped room with fireplace large JR. down
distance to University. FR 2- BARGAINII! Only $300 Down No and wooded lot. $700 dining area modern built- MELTON MANOR Under $10- Homes. Lots. Income. Business square feet of modern living space. Only $100
'737.HOUSE. Qualifying! 3 BR 2 Bath Cen- down to qualified FHA buy e r in kitchen 3 large bedrooms 000. new 3 bedroom homes built and Lake Property. VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately
moves your family in to this 2 baths large under FHA specifications and .
i WITH PERSONALITY for tral heat and central air conditioning etra Farms and Acreage.E. -------- $91.00 per unit complete.
comfortable "a I 1st ocrat" of heat available to
r Florida room. qualified buyers
. built In kitchen. Lot 100x C. "CUHLY" KUEHN. Jr.
sale by owner. Lrg. 3 BR. 2
100. trees and In homes. lie AIRCONDITIONING for with FHA financing. No closing 633
bath home. Has Fla. Rm.. Living roses yard. N. MAIN ST.
t summer months ahead. costs and no city taxes. NO DOWN PAYMNT-VA
Rm. Inside Patio Garden Needs some painting. $101.33mo. FR 6-2032 Broker FR 66514MCCOY'S
I extra large porch built In kit with homestead exemption. Lakefront BeautyPriced Situated on 14 ACRE wooded 5- NEW 3 BR. 2 BATH $12,250Our
lot in exclusive area.
heat & air cond. 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2-9545
, chen central 6-9048 at only $25.0. This 4 bedroom Only 24,500 with terms to 2000 SQ. FT.
days. nights.
many extra features plus large 2 bath residence .is on a suit FHA or conventional M..M. MINIMUM DOWN FHA
Desirable terms. Durant
lot. AIR CONDITIONED. gas heat. beautiful Lake Santa Fe.lot andIs financing. Call 4-0817.
LOW MONTHLY Three bedroomone
Estates. 561 N.W. 58th St. Call completely furnished 2 bedroom right in Melrose. Non-f I n er' best buy at a popular price.
2-0954. house on Cowpen Lake. 22 miles and non-nearer to Gainesville.Live $308 DOWN & $66 per mo. Incl. ParrishAND Macoma Homes PAYMENTS bath home new and distinctively different at $400

3 BR.. 1 bath CCB home. Stove East of Gainesville. Price $8.800 at the lake and relaxl taxes & ins. buys 3 bed- BUYS down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74,00 a month
I t refrigerator air conditioner, Terms available. Phone FR 6- room home In excellent Inc.For $9495 total Newly clean and ready for a family.All .
ASSOCIATES INC. payments.
I Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. 3672. condition. Call 6-0817. NEW 3-BR HOME
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Sale very attractive 3- services walk to elementary and Junior High
. 10th Terr. then call 376-5890. ARMY Officer transferred must ARNOLDREALTY ONLY $500 DOWN city ,
H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham bedroom. 1-bath home.
I "Red" Franks Realtor 4417
Claude M. schools.All .
sell. 3 BR. 2 bath Fla.
FOR sale or trade. Furnished or room. Carolyn Gardenhire Mary Parrish E. $66.96 PER MONTHNO
University Ave. walking
AssociateWm.
In N. W. Near School. 15500. Myrtle Lassiter of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street,
unfurnished. 2 bedroom CCB. COMPANY E. "Bill" Harris. Associate 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 distance to Lake Forest CLOSING COSTS
.
Tile bath hardwood floors carport -: Negotiate equity. FR 25013.WHY N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily acces-
Multiple Listing Member 7 N.E. 1st St. Phone 376-0817 Schools. Price $12,500. $500
front porch. N.W. lace PAY RENT? 12U W. Univ. Ave. 372-3522! Res 374-2927 or 372-7943 GLADYS SMITHIf down and $79.50 per month. 5-BR. 2-BATH, sible to downtown medical center, VA Hospital, and I
tion. Near school and shopping I New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom tile Associates: Pete Sieg MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING you have considered the lovely Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr. FLORIDA ROOM
center. Will consider late model bath $45 per month. Located on Jane Caldwell F. w. Hodge area of Idlywild as a choice Day FR 6-7290. nights FR nearby shopping center. ,
car or large boat In trade. S. E. 45th Terrace. Also some Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman I FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 Bed. home location here's a home I I 6-5015. Office corner N. Main CENTRAL HEAT AND
Phone 3723039. trade-Ins. Call FR 2-2372. Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene! room. CCB retirement home. can honestly recommend and 23rd Blvd.EYES AIR CONDITIONINGON
Shaded 100 x 100 lot. 6 blocks and at a'price established by WHY PAY RENT?
1 from Stephen Foster Elementary FHA appraisers. T h r ee bedrooms BEAUTIFUL
School. Call 374-8094 after 6 p.m. family room fireplace WOODED LOT
IN THE built-in range and oven. See Itl POSSIBLE 90%
t. FUN Call 372-5393. RIGHT!
FORDYCEREALTOR FINANCINGDAN
One of the best buys we have at See real dream living In Shadow BUTLER BROTHERSPhone
this time is a lovely home on Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. BYRDASSOCIATES

a small acreage lots of privacyand D. Oliver. BId,. INC.
: Junior can have a pony. Ph. FR 1-0144 '
Plenty of room for a grow i n g West en NW 39th Ave. past 825 N.W. 13th ST.
family or many visiting rel the Glen Springs intersection. PH. 372-2511 : FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 nights
:' atives. Unique in constructionwith See sign on left.
Nice Residential a beautiful view from each
floor to ceiling win d 0 W. The I -- --- .
3 bedroom 2 bath home. Yard HOUSE Is vacant ready for you
SUN completely fenced well landscaped to move right in. And we are -
NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA in a good location. Reasonably the only office with a key. Call ;4-- w : e ft
priced $14.800. Contact 372-5393.
Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. 376-
1234. A good address and lust what ;5 _
BOATS & MOTORS you've been wanting. A three

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West of the University. Beautiful ;
WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS the heart of downtown. House built-in kitchen cool air-con
HUNTER Fiberglass Fishipg 12 Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPIT AND MOTOR and apartment available. $9,800 ditioning plus a fireplace for "A .
Boat Introduced by FRANK $49.50 $10.99 total price and excellent financ. too cool evenings. Lovely large .
PHILPOTT? GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORES ing. Call today. Fordyce & Associates lot big enough for your swim- :: ffi. '" -

EASY CHARGE TERMS OR CENTRAL THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 372-3537 Inc.. 376-1234. ming to see pool.It.GLADYS. Call us at 372-5393 I --T----: : : -

*Th. Heart Of East Gainesville"
Perfect Home
FRANK PHILPOTTS Check with Charlie SMITH. Realtor
SPORT CENTER FR 2-17J1. List of Classifications to choose 4 bedroom. V/t baths centrally Associates:
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heated. beautiful Interior. WithIn
Horn of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ from walking distance of West- Caroline Ben Griffin Noyes Florence Anna Hinson Burns

Fishing Boats. ALACHUA wood and Littlewood Schoo I s. Multiple Listing MemberNO
COUNTY'S Contact Fordyce & Associates
""Where Quality Sells Itself ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving. Inc., 374-1234. DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2
JOHNSON bath Central heat central air

FR20 2-5011 N.W.0:4RA: 4-4W3. SEA HORSE MOTORS Fishing Equipment. DeluxeIs cond.376-2927.Northwest. 19000. Call -. ... .. ... .

SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items. .
truly descriptive of this 3 bedroom $42.50 month no down .
per
Mon. Thru FrL 5-t p.m. Sat ,-4 Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper payment .
Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.CAIRO'S Golfing Equipment. 2 bath home. Beautiful if you have a good credit
kitchen and family room. Situated record. 2 BR home dead end
MARINE Tennis Equipment. on an attractive lot In the street 2222 SE 10th Avenue. SEE THE MILLBRAE TODAYOne
601 S. MAIN ST. N.W. section. Contact Fordyce Phone 2-4692.

_ _ Baseball Equipment. & Associates Inc. 374-1234. SEEING IS BELIEVING
1918 N.W. 11th Road 3 BR with of 11 1 New Quality Homes at Highland Court Manor
SWIMMING POOLS Where to Fish.
Sun Want Ads FORDYCEAssociates paneled Den which may be usedas
4 BR. Dining room. Living
room adjoining Florida room 2 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths DIRECTIONS
BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. Inc.Real full tiled baths' patio. electric

Results EnJoy| a clean and healthy pool. Estate Exchangors oven Kitchen and with range built-in utility dishwasher and store NOTHING DOWN VA Drive North on Main_turn right at NE
Get Master Pool Service Inc. Multiple Listing Realtors HW floors. Central h eat
ADVERTISE IN THE age. NE 12th St. and
Grace to
& S. Fordyce. Broker 23rd Blvd. continue
Supplies Monthly cleaning and air-conditioning. Convenientto
service. Dudley Goulden Associate Finley and GHS. FR 2-1053 .($4 00 closing I cost) LEFT. Follow signs to home on
FR 2-5343 6-0060 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY Harvey Benton. Associate for Inspection. TURN

926 W. Univ. 376-1236 LITTLEWOOD AREA Only $108.12 per month 'NE 31st Ave.
3 Bedrooms
IV* bath. built in kitchen
4 BR. 3 bath, 2050 sq. ft. living
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MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the monthly strip down payments.hardwood payment.This floors.FHA homehas For low 1 2 area blk.blks.central from from Westwood heat Littlewood built-in Jr. elem.High.kit. HIGHLAND COURT MANOR by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales


Fun in the Sun section PHONE 372-8441 Information. OF GAINESVILLE call THE ,JAMESCO. INC family school. Ideal and for elderly Ig family persons.or Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace

Builders of Kingsbury Homes. Priced for immed. sale. 3449 Phone 372-3471
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Value Rated DODGE-DART _
FURN. Trailer. In N.W. section, SAL
nice 2'' BR on' Urge wooded lot. EFFICIENCY 716 $. E. 4th Ave. Nice 3 bedroom
apt. private en- CLEAN your rugs & upholstery TWO bedroom house trailer, S90Q, :
170 per Tr>o. -call J72-J488 or 374BEAUTIFUULY trance & bath. Lights & hot water home CC8. Hardwood floors. with amazing Lustre Foam. one bedroom house trailer 1750. PONTIAC Catellna 1962 convertible. Used Cars DODGE TRUCKS

furnished. Summer student: Walk In pantry, attic fan venetian L Use our applicator free. Call Can be rented. Phone .VM234 All power. $2250. antr
furnished air preferred. Ph. FR 4-5824. blinds. Separate dining 41'e Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703N. Monday to Friday to S. 376-562 Cal > B&G MOTOR CO. POOLE-GABLE :
room. Tile bath and
Conditioned 1 bedroom apt. 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent I' Available now. FR 2-8445.utility room. Main St. SPECIAL THIS WEEK PNTAC'6 Cat. R H. power 119 SE First AVI. :
Across street from Norman Hall. 1-1 BR apt. 1-2 BR apts. 503 Cadillac OldimoblU
FOR SALE acetylene welder & 20 wide Mobile Home and 1 acre brakt" steerin. Tip-Top Condi
I Very bedroom.large rooms. 2 closets in NE 4th Ave. 3 BR. 1 bath, scr. porch elec. cutting outfit complete./ > $50. lot. 110,000 1 mile S of Paynes 1.195. 2-8 after 2001 NW 13th St. 3724343Yes : I
Immaculate
Permanent tenants desired.condition. 2 ROOM one bath. garage apartment range. 330 N.E. 9th St. $95 mo. AJ Phone 462-1871 or 462-1579 any Prairie. For appointments clll 5:00 ..
No ,
very quiet neighborhood, available May 8th. Call McKln time. FR 6-3052. ,
children or pets. Rent $tO month. I RABLER 63. white, U. p
Apply 1127 S.W. 5th Ave. or suitable for one person or cou ney Green Inc. FR 23617. AC. HD. 19 Bulldozer 1951 Ford IT'S FOOLISHto per steering, radio and C

call FR 2-8616. ple. Call FR 61730. :3 BR home for rent. $100 per pickup; 36 ft. cattle trailer; condition Ph .

Very clean nicely furnished I bedroom 2 BR trailer I x 45' swimming month. Must lease for 4 mos. milk cow; elec. lawn mower; pay more. RECKLESS to 2-59 1
J apartment. Tile bath. $65.- pool. Call 372-1367 evenings.I 1117 NE 31st Ave. Phone 372- White tractor; 2 BR mobile pay less. GET THE REAL RENAULT 4CV, Extra
733 SE. Sth AVI. FR 64644 Bedroom, 3243. home; acreage if desired will FACTS. Payments as low asS57.29 tor. $169. Call 195.- 161. m
or living kitchen.
room
It's True!
month with
FR rent. or trade. Phone 4621754.HOUSEHOLD per $300 down. ;
2-9569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. Modern. $75 per month. 212 SE 2 BR. living rm.. dining area LAKE GENEVA VW 1956 Camper, new tires recent -
7th St. Call FURNISHINGS.Shown .
NEW. modern 1 BR, elr- ondl. Mc-Klnney Green overhaul on engine & trans
<: Inc. FR 2-3617. kitchen. Fla. Rm., utility rm. by appointment. Phone Mobile Homes Sales
tiMed apartment next to Hell- & carport. Located on 441, 14 FR Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fia. mission. Ne paint. $595.
day Inn. adults only no pets. TWO bedroom furnished apt. ml. S. of Gainesville. $45. Ph. 2-8889. Phone .FLIM-FLAM
171 per mo., water rum. Call near Univ. 6 Alachua General 466-341. THE best costs less. Cook for less 1960 V.W. Good
_372-3488 or 374-4360. Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955 Games- with Philgas from Fuilgas Inc. BELIEVE IT wuilston citS .
villa or wrIts R. T. Stroud, P. O. NEW red brick home for rent 3 Phone 3765392. Cal m'S3 weedays
1 BR,. 1226V) NW 8th St.. S4J evenings.VW
per .
Call Box 345. St. Augustine. BR. kitchen living room carport OR NOTSave NO GIMMICKS ;
1 mo. McKlnney-Green Inc.
and utility room 809 N.W. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers 150 The an new look In
FR 23417.ONSj1 2 BR. LR. screened porch par. 40th Ave. 1 Blk. from Stephen 'edqers pampers light $430 10 x 46 2 BR furnished Volkswage Why buy the old

BR turn. apt. with private tlally furnished. $55 per month. Foster School $115 per mo. to plants cable. Wisconsin Briggs only $3195. $350.40 down, you can have
4 ent. Also 110 SW 4th Ave. Call McKinney- _p & Str'tton new and used mo $5409 month. quality V
a 2 BR apt with air right party. Call 481-2418. per plus room and New 1964 GMC
conditioner. Walking dist. to Green Inc., FR 2-3617. i. 'te. tors. Rental sales and service. Over SO models to choose from Call FR 2-5. after 3 p. Pickups ;

town. Call FR 2-5314. 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. 2 BR, unfurn. house with stove, Movers Power Tool?*. '230 NE TRAILER MARTHWY. weekdays
large yard, quiet street $65 16th Ave. Phone 376-3411.
;, nished. per
4123
NW 12th Tedr.. $60 I HAVE '
FURNISHED Apt. for rent S55 per A 63 Ford Fastback 390
per mo. Call 376-2641 or 374-2930 mo. Phone 23329.UNFURNISHED 12' PLYWOOD Boat and Homemade 17 PHONE 328-1050
me. Water and lights turn. Call engine with 3 trans. $400
ask for Mr. Haynes. Trlller.0! or trade for refrigerator SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 sp.
Fit 21823. or FR 23794. 2 BR house. $100 for $1300 equity. mil. Call $175 DOWNL11 :
per mo. 317 NW 27th St. Year'slease or electric stove. EASf PALATKA. FLORIDA 6-3 after :O P.M.
1 I..2 BR 1 blk from campus EAST SIDE Phone 6.9973.CAMPING .
air.cond. optional $76 $101 per required. Call 372-1975. BEAUTIFUL 2 BR mobile home MUST SELL '63 MG Midget, ice

me. Call McKlnney Green. Inc. GARDENAPARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM living Rm, with about 300 ft. Fine highway blue white walls foeau. radio 2u
dining
Trailer camping eouip- $ :
3 .31S17. location. Reduced to $3995. Will & heater. .
Rm. bath big screened porch ment, radial: arm saw. Fishing trade. Phone Call
2 BR. furnished apartment. No garage range. heating stove. boat and motor. Several misCf 462.1754. 372-2 Per Month

PIta. 311 S.E. 8th St. Phone FR $57 per month up $65 Mo. 917 S.E. 4th Ave. FR : ''-neous pieces of furn'ture. 1959 45x10, 2 BR's. Terms I960 CRYSLER Windsor, power
6-ft61. 2-8610. Utility trailer. See John Teter be brakes per steering. Pricedto
Gainesville's Finest Al-chua, Evenings. Afternoons.Saturday's may arranged. 376- sell 11'. S at Dobb's
NICELY furnished convenient RENTALSWe :2 0097. Pure Oil (th Ave
and Sundays.
downtown area. $75. Also garage Furnished or unfurnished Phone 376-2511. Including : License tag, state sales tax, life .
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart. : TR.3 Sports car 1960. $995; Sherwood a
insurance
only no pets. Inquire Lillian's ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 376- have many attractive rentalsIn elec. guitar amplifier 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 63 VW Sedan. 11,000 ml. new and finance charges.

Musle, Stare.PRIVATE 9608. unfurn.apartments houses turn and $30: Uivferwood typewriter tires A-Cond. radio & rs. Un-

newly painted close CLEAN 1 BR apt. furnished. large MARY Call stand $20; Hammeriund HQ 170 INTERNATIONAL truck *4 ton, der-C. New $25. now $1595. FR
In. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and rooms, garage. water furnished. MOELLER REALTOR C. like new. $190: Collins TCS- 1955 model. 4 new tires, new 2-7119 after owner. Tropical Pontiac :
1019 W. UnlV.
FR
cold water furnished. Off street quiet location NW section. No 6-4471 8. $25. Phone 3762754.BUILD battery good condition, cost BRING out the best In your car

parking. No pets. IS S.W. 2nd pets. Call 374-7925. SMALL house 1 garage room your own trailer. Complete $350. Call 448-1143 after 5:00 Superior Auto painting & body

Place. NICE 2 BR furnished apt. Private kitchen. tile bath. stove & re- 9052 Hammerblow axle unit. with week-days. work. Fast dependable service; CMC Truck Center .$
-CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close bath & entrance. Water fur. frig. 5 miles out Archer Rd. m springs, wheels and tires. $40. FOR SALE 1953 Ford Pickup free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S
ta shopping 409 N.E. 6th St. nished. $58 per mo. Phone FR $30 per mo. FR 4-3327 SIZES See John Teter Alachua evenings truck with Service Body and BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th St. 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583

_Phone FR 2-1391. $6] per month. 2-9704 or 29195. NEWLY painted Inside. Living 1 0-I8 and Sundays.. afternoons, Saturda y s side Clayton compartment Steam .. ...-.. $35C FR 607. :

,CLEAN and neat near campus room and dining room com LHRM ...........Jenny..........Model$250 1964 RENAULT, 2,000 mll.s$1195. a.
46 Unfurnished Apt bined. 2 bedroom bath. kitchen.shady ( iMllff4\-r REEL type power lawn mower 1961 Corvair coupe auto trans. $995
and shopping one bedroom; prefer 1Tf R t, W Service
&
try Hdwe Co. .
extra attic fan exhaust 1960 -
married tenants. CaU any yard. $55 month. Inquire $20 large or Robert Rowland Vouxhall. $350 --- =
time. 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR fan w-louvre $75 nylon Owner. 1962 Ford Galaxie ........1495
NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen 4-4703. rope large tool chest $4. Trenton Fla. 1963 Corvalr Manes, 4 In floor,
Ralph FOSSEY Realtor equipped. $60 per month on ayears Sleek, slim lines shape up to a 1962 V> ton Ford pick-up like new. '
large trunk $.. Call 3727506. R & H, steal at $1495.
11 W. University Ave. Ph. 376-1359 lease. Ph. 376-8372 band neckline that's of $1295. Phone 468-1179. SPRING
days a curve SELLING SPREE ;
1963 Comet custom H & H.
"jelling Florida Since 1906"N 376-7327 evenings. 49 Rooms for Rent pure flattery. Sew this two-part FOR SALE Antique roll top TRUCKS FOR $1495. .D.
SALEPRICED.TDSELL
desk. Approx. price $75. Can be
w FURNISHED 3-ROOM fashion in silky crepe linen cotton
TWO bedroom duplex, kit Phone 372.3407 or FR 20245.
DUPLEX knit.Printed. seen at 1310 S. Main or call -
APARTMENT chen equipped. $85 per month. ATTRACTIVE room, with private 6-ftftM 1959 Ford, 4-door, Fairlant 500. V8 .
Pattern 9052 MIsses'Sizes
Nicest in town. Good location :
on bus line. Couples only. No See at 4144 NW 4th St. entrance. In quiet modem home. 10 12 14, 16, 1$. Size 16 reQuires (1) 1954 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed automatic transmissio Radio SAVE $ $ ON
pet.. UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms Kitchen privileges. Ideal for U of 3i yards 35-inch fabric. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed heaTer. $695.
$40 Month living room. kitchen. F Student. FR 27883. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this (1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed FR 6296. 4031 N.W. 36th St.

Apply/ 814 NE Sits Ave. bath. Freshly redecorated. 4V4 PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. pattern add 15 cents for each
miles from downtown. Good location pattern for first class mailingand 14' Span-American Boat and 80 (1) 1956 INTL School Bus RAULERSON MOTOR
3 BR, air conditioner. fenced yard for children. $75 month. from. 3rd campus Ave.$35 FR a 20989.month. 1104S.W. special handling. Send to H.P. Mercury and Trailer. Small Home of A-1 SELECT USED CARS
completely furnished near shopping Call FR 2-3419 until 5. FR 22648 Marian Martin Gainesville Sun equity and take over payments.Call FLORIDA FRYERS CARS and TRUCKSWE
-_ & school. Phone FR 4-0630. after 5. Saturday and Sunday. NICE room private entrance and Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. after 5 p.m. FR 2-0379 3937 Paul Thames BUY SELL AND TRADE
bath, screened porch on side. New York 11. N.Y. Print plainly S.W. 37th St. Mr. Lynn. Phone 2-1900 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 3725285.
LARGE CLEAN 1 BR. TWO bedroom apt. available ImmediaTely $40 month. Also one for $30. 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon Automatic
NAME. ADDRESS With
ZONE boat FOR SALE 1956 BUICK Roadmas- :
Low Summer Rates. 306 N.E. Sth ; lower level of duplex ONE 14' NEWSOME fishing
865 N. W. 31st Ave. FR 2-0779.
Ave. FR 6- 969. ; stove and refrig., situated SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. with 1957 Johnson elec. starting 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals ter all power, good conditio Radio, Air Conditioned, Reclining Seats. Executive's .
about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 NICE downstairs rooms, close YOUR FREE PATTERN IS motor and heavy duty trailer Phone 376-8132 after 5:00 P.
AIR CONDITIONED, 2 room lux. in, private entrance, off-street READY choose it from 250 design with 2 Call FR Car. -
NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mOo Phone new tires $500. SAVE S300-S400. '63 Chevy SS ,
ury apartment. Furnished. 1 Ideas in new SPRINGSUM RENT a truck
FR 6-5871. parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. FR 2-4568. one-way anywhere
block from campus. Discount 22582. MER Pattern Catalog lust out! in the USA. from United Rent- Impala, new tires everythingbut
price 372-4807* mornings or 1 BR, duplex kltch equip. Newly Dresses sportswear coats morel 14FT. __Allt 425 NW 8th Ave. FR 4-2835. I air. 930 NE 10th Ave. 63 Ford Foirlane 500 4-dr. automatic trans.
supper time. redecorated. SM month. Couples NICELY furnished room. Maid Send M refits now. '63 VW Deluxe Bus. All accessor* ,

2 Bedroom furnished apartment.rear only. 21 NE 13th St., FR 2-0374. service. Parking space. Reason- THUNDERBIRDFiberglass 83 Motorcycles & Scooters ies, 5,000 miles. Impeccable. By mission, radio and heater . . $1995
able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone
of 505 N.W. 14th Ave.. $90 UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom duplex FR 4-7423. 56 Business Opportunities owner. Call FR 6-159 between
per month. Phone 6-2823. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per Runabout 40 hp Gale 6:00 and 700.
FURNISHED apartment for rent month. FR 22372. 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women, SHELL OIL COMPANYIs motor. Two cruise tanks. canvas 1959 MO-PED. needs w rk 62 Rambler Ambassador, bucket seats automatic -

for two male only. alrconditlonlng : PARTLY furnished garage apart rooms, week and, month.apts. near FR 6-2937 campus.day or now taking applications for trailer.top. fully$395.equipped Mitchelltilt $30 Phone FR 6-7317. 86 SWAP CARSTV transmission, air conditioned, solex
central heating u t II. ment. 407 N. E. 9th St. Phone service stations now under construction
furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 4-4173. FR 4-3000. FR 4-1082. In Alachua County. CRUISAIRE '60 or Lambretta '43. glass, nice .. . . . $2195

I bedroom turn ROOM and board for girls. Use Please call Mr. Pope at FR transportation Mechanically excellent good $40. Stroller Bathlnette $4. 63 Monza Automatic Transmission
ONE apartment 2-5333 for application and 20-FT. HOLIDAYCruiser. Call FR 2-8424 $ Coupe ,
machine. Call FR 6- ap-
air-conditioned: private bath and 47 Houses for Rent Furn. of washing pointment. Paid training and ___or Univ. ext. 2355. Childs rocker $ Baby carriage-
4083. Fully equipped with directional Radio Heater. Wide bucket seats white walls
entrance hot and cold water start. car bed S Jump chair $2. Rocker ,
DUCATI
furnished. $60 per mo. Call 2- I ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom I'PRIVATE bath enTrance. end guaranteed finder. Ship-to-shore radio finder radio and, depth two condition,SPORT less than 48, 3,000 very miles.good $2. 2-291' a little over 8000 miles like new $2195

0755. large Florida room month or parking. Nicely furnished. New 61 Wanted to Buy Mark 35 Mercury motors. FlyIng ._.$.!.'5. Phone 25365.
1 BEDROOM completely furnished year. Mathewson Manor. C a II refrigerator. 1514 N.E. 7th St. bridge with canvas top. Anchor 87 Automobiles Wonter 59 Plymouth 9 passenger station wagon automatic -

upstairs or downstairs. near GR 5-2530. TWO Single Businessmen wish to WANTED: water cooler must be anchor ropes. run n In g 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS
hopping center. See at 612 N.W. 3 I BR, living rm., dining rm.. $90 share 3 br home with single priced reasonable and In good lights has converter for 110 AC transmission, radio heater power

10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $" per mo. 106 NW 10th St. Prefer man. Phone FR 6-4402 'til 4 p.m. working condition. Call 372-844, current. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Automotive Wanted 1950 thru 15 Fords steering power brakes . . . $795
par mOo male students. McKlnney Green after 6 FR 44873.AIRCONDITIONED. ext. 20, 8-5 weekdays. repairs and and Chevrolets. .E. 4tti
tuneup.
2 BEDROOM furnished duplex. 1919 Inc. FR 23617.BACHELOR room for CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators at McGilvray's Miller & Sons 732 N.W. 1st St. St. Al Her ServIce Station. 61 Falcon 2 door, heater 1 owner $945
These boats display -
NW. 36th Ave. $52 month. Call Beach House. 24 rent. State Inspected. private stoves TVs clothIng are on Phone 372-0080.

FR 24234.AIR.CONDITIONED. miles out of Gainesville. Expensive entrance. linens and utilities etc. FR 23937. William's nans Lake.Fish Today Camp between on 2 New-and AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up FOR THE 61 Rambler American, 4-dor. radio, heater,
Service Center Hawthorne Road. CORREC
but worth it. Phone GR furnished Kitchenette $12 50
1 bedroom, 5-2530. weekly, men only. Phone 372- 6pm. Call 6-6957 or 2-0487 daytime Special, $2.50 for performance TIME clean . . . . . . $995
twin beds. Danish modem fur. WANT to buy Midget Sprite or test. All makes and models. .

niture.' Located corner of 20th 2 BR, nice lot. fenced $90 per 1565. Spitfire, 1961-63 low mileage. Call Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air 61 Rambler 6-cyl air condition.auto-
St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. mOo 1 BR. near campus. $75 per MEN STUDENTS 6-6327. 72 Office Equipment Conditioning Servicing Center. FR 2-1411 4-door..

Call FR 21714. mo. Frank Roby at FR 6-2937 comfortable rooms Double WANTED to buy 15 to 18 ft. 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- matic trans., radio, a real buy . $1195

ONE BEDROOM furnished. Including or 2-4351. and singles $22.50 and $32.50 Ski Boat with 40 to 75 tip mo 2561. Courtesy Of

curtains and blinds. All FOR RENT: BR house, fur.nished. monthly. Phone 29222. tor. Call FR 2-1229 Days FR GAINESVILLE'S largest volume office University Chevrolet 60 Buick, Electro 4 door automatic trans:
Utilities furnished except elec 20 sJ 43th St. Call GR cool accessto 29756 Nights and Sundays. supply dealer Chesnut's 85 Automobiles for Sale radio heater
LARGE clean room mission steering
tricity. Nice location. $60 month. 5-5743 after 5:30 p.m. shower 8. refrigerator. Linens Office Equipment Co. Invites you N. Main St. at 16th Ave. power
PR 23974 424 N.E. 6th St. to come In and shop. or call for brakes excellent condition
ONE 3 BR. house. furnished $60 & maid service weekly. FR 2- 62 Machinery & Tools free delivery. Chesnut's Office CHEVROLET '56. Good condition power in .

EFFICIENCY apartment private per mo. Water Included. Call 1185 or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. TWO A-6 Case combines with Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. R8.H. 4-dr., V-8. $295. Karl & . . . . . . . $1595
bath and entrance. Very clean. 485-2362 Brooker. Fla. Ave. In Downtown Gainesville. Don's Standard Service South
Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. motors both for S500. Call or Main St.CHEVROLET. 23 VOLKSWAGENMILLER
2 BR. A-C unit. 210 NW 33rd Ave. 54 Business Rentals write Eugene Haufler Rt. 3. 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon, auto-

T,2io x 50 Trailer for rent with slog month. Call McKinney Green Box 217 B. Gainesville FR 6- 73 Musical Merchandise 1963, 4 dr.. factory matic transmission steering and
TV. Call 374-8714. Inc. FR 23417. 613 S.W. :3336. air conditioned power brakes power

REDWOOD apartments. 4401 SW 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2014 S.E. GARAGE 2nd St. Call space John tor rent Merrill Real- ORGAN SALEOf && steering auto. trans., radio brakes . . . . . $1295
heater.
nth St. New l bedroom Apt. now 2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House tor. FR 21494. 64 Household Goods Christmas Left overs. All $2100. Will take trade.
available for Information call open. Call FR 4-4230. 60. S
AIR CONDITIONED new organs. Savings up to 30
FR 60427.IBidroom SPACIOUS 2 BR furnished house NEARLY new modern office or USED APPLIANCES per cent. Earl's Piano Co. CORVAIR Monz.6 equippedwith ONE WEEK SPECIALS
duplex lights and close in and easily accessible to location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. RANGES FROM $39.95. 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 white side -

water children furnished. Couples Call only.FR all parts of city. 372-1185. 403 SE Ph. FR 4-1472, Weseman Realty TV Refrigerators from from $49$3995..95. WURLITZER wall Assume tires.payments 1,000 ,actual small miles BROWN @ 59 Buick, station wagon . $895
No or pets. eui-
2nd St. 1113 N. Main St.
WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL America's No. 1 piano and ty. Wi consider older car _
.512"2'L 3 BR. house within walking distance N.W. l3tht. Building to be con- THE VARIETY STORE organs are at Earl's Piano Co. Cell owner at 372-8441, 1030 E. Univ. 't."10. 61 Rambler Station Wagon $895
AIR conditioned trailer water to University Hospital and structed. Space available for 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Gainesville's evclusive Wurlit- ext. 3 8-5 weekdays. FR 2-3582 ..
t. garbage furnished. Student dentist lawyer pharmacy 6-3484. zer Dealer 702 W. University
University. For rent June thru physician DESOTO. 1957, 4 Dr. $500. Good
eypi* only. Near Univ. $75. August. S110 month FR 2 5711, beauty shop end barber COFFEE table Sri; modem lamp. Ave. Phone 3722222. condition. Call FR 2-4548. 61 Falcon, Station Wagon .. $995
372-5182. shop. If Interested Call 376-1831. -m=;
$8; Colonial lamp $4; uphols- Coronet Constellation; like new DODGE STATION WAGON '41,
1 BR turn. apt.. Ig. living rm.. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. tered chair $18; all in excellent no dents; $300 new; suitable for good condition, take
kitchen bath. private entrance. 56 Business Opportunities conditon. FR 2-0729 after 1:30 beginner or pro at $125. See $5424 per mo. Call up paymentsof 4-8153 or FAIRERBY 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
Ill NW 21st St. FR 6-7441 or 8 ROOM 2 bath. very clean & P.M. at Rebel Stamp and Coin Shop. 6-1510.

after 6. FR U112, nicely furnished home at 109 NE "' radio, heater A $aver . $895
3rd St. I1J9 per month. Ph. J74- 1J LANE BOWLING ALLEY en W, KNOTTY pln. doubl, bed with FOR sale by owner used upright FALCON.; 140. 1 4,. stand. ,shift
CLEAN. 28ft. upstairs apart 0002 or contract H. G. Bellinger. Univ. Av*. far lease. Opportunity bookcase headboard, and fo a m piano with bench. radio heater, white tires. 8791.
r.*nt. near Campus. $90 per mo. Starke. for the right man to get In rubber mattress; also single bed $90. Call FR 2-2792. Will take trade. 63 Jeep Wagoneer 4 door radio heater ou
Phone 23329.DUPLEX the bowling alley business witha with mattress, good condition, 60.
FORDYCE RENTALSCall small amount of capital. Call call 20568. HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx FAR tomatic "worn" hubs, in excellent condition

top\ cooking 2 BR furnished& heating.apt. Cold Gas our agency to find the FR 4-2441 or FR 6-2930. Ask for T-A-G APPLIANCESTested _76 Airplane Sales-Rentals 2-9702.in good condition. $450 Call FR . . . . . . $2695

water. turn. Private front 81 back house you wish. Many listed. Mr. Haynes.PAYING and Guaranteed 4 PLACE Aeronea 15 AC New 1964

r entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 Also apartments furnished. Retail business in Gaines. 42 Refrigerators from S39 up paint new fabric, new Interior. MERCURY 1955 Station wagon.
I NE 18th Place. FORDYCEASSOCIATES ville. Busy main Rd. Take over 9 Ranges from $39 up 65 hr. SMOH, hangered. Mark Radio. heater automatic trans NO DOWN PAYMENT !
mission. Good tires. Good
Cash Includes fixtures 17 Washers 11. $3195. Call con
P EFFICIENCIES Air only $950. from lit up PR 23563 after
MODERN INC. 414-A. 8 Dryers 5:30 pm dition. l- wner. 372-2340.
Phone A. E. Harp & stock. Write Box from $49 up FAIRLNE
conditioned'R 6-5574. 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 Gainesville Sun. 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up OLDSMOBILE 1954 S 88, Hd. 56 Ford 2-dr $29 Mon. 54 Ford 4 door $12 Men.
2 Dishwashers from $49 up To. Clean and mechanicallysound.
Kit. 1206 N.E.
2 BR equipped Automotive
1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments 9th Ave. $85 a mo. Call McKln GOING best BUSINESSES Service Stationsin 10 TV Sets from $35 up Call FR 4-4005 after 1:00 57 Ply. 2-dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $?2 MU.
ONE of the
Summer, some rates. air near conditioned.University ney Green. Inc. FR 23617. town. Inventory low lease. JIM 419 NW VOYLES 8th Ave.Ph APPLIANCE 372-5303 CO. after P.M. 7:00 Sunday.P.M. or Weekdays see at Wise's call 00 57 Stud. Wag. $24 Mon. 56 Chevy Wag. $12 Men

and Medical Center. 916 S. W. 3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. I 1996 1 I
7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR Stove & refrigerator. $115 per TREMENDOUS! General Store; MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KEL- 77 Mobile Homes for Sale Pharmac.GAINESVILLE 57 Ford Wag. $24 ./on. 55 Metro $24 Mon.
4.2664. mo. Phone FR 4-2472 Weeman lovely living quarters; Acres VINATORS. New automatic
Realty. stock 8. Terms $35,000. .washers from $138.99. I9 PACEMAKER 10 x 45'. In of Other Models for Less Money!
1 BR furnished. $50 per mo. 2 New Refrigerators from $158.88. excellent condition. $3895. Can Lot
BR furnished. $60 per mOo 722 FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom SHARP Location: for the Profes- New Freezers from $13995. be financed locally. Please call
NC 3rd Ave. Call 376-1963 after 2 bath. central heat built-in sional man-HOME AND OFFICE New Icemaker refrl from $279.95. FR 2-1637 between 3 and I p.m. AUTO SALES SHAWfrKEETER

I PM. stove. Call 485-3311 after 3 p.rn. -Furnished and Air condi WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 1958 HICKS trailer 8 x 4T, with 1007 N. Main St. RIDGWAY Motor Co.

FORRENT 1 bedroom furnished UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. tioned. 115,000. Easy terms. THE VARIETY STORE 11 x 30' cabaret Air conditioned Phone FR 2.6313
apartment. Clean and cool. SAO $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bedroom 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR 3 BR. furnished. Phone 376-7317.
month. Water furnished. Call house. $60 month. Furnished Ample Parking. 63484. Northcentrol Florida's
$90 month. FR ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR FLEETWOOD t62. 10 x 50' 2 230 W.
Ronnie 4-4134.Hayward. FR 2-4761 or 6-7466.duplex apt. Phone 374-5707-ANYTIME FREEZER AND REFRIGERATORFOR Bedrooms. Rail Good condition. Largest University 1132 South Main FR 2-8433

FR SALE. WILL TRADE FOR Reasonable price Phone FR 2- Dealer FR 2-0503
ONE NEEDING REPAIR. 111%. Inpndent ..1

FREEZERS REFRIGERATORSGASSED 8 x 38 Spartan trailer for sale
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SERVICESHome FREEZERS & REFRIGERATORS
tersburg. Phone 4621579.
NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2.1330.
1957 VICTOR. 42x 8'. Sleeps 7.
66 Mise .For Sale. Westinghouse washer $ 1 6 9 5. MAY CELEBRATION SALE
Spartan Imperial mansion. 36'

sleeps 6. $1275. 34' Office trailer .
REPOSSESSED Singer portableZig Air conditioned. Sale or rent.
And BusinessAppliance Zag and attachments. RB $1395. 50 x 10 Hensley, 2 bed-

sews forward and reverse applique room, like new. $2795. 3 miles
monogram, fancy stitches South of Starke U.S. 301. English Ford Line cars are '
and etc. $6 per mo. Bal $36.
Bulldozing PAINTING 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 61075. WYATT- :

SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT

SMALL bulldozer loader dump WANTED: Painting. Free es- $7 per month. Balance $68. economically priced '
trucks fill dirt lime rock. 'Top timates. No lob too small. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-1075 Trailer SalesHome easy

soil. Phone 372-7846. Work guaranteed. PhoneFR BEAUTIFUL, colorful mounted
sailfish. 6'2". By Al Pfleguer of
BULLDOZERS & Dragline Backhoe 2-5630. Miami, Fla. Only $165. The Tackle Pacemaker Mobile Homes maintain and fun drive. :
wheel tractors motor Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Shasta and Airstream to to .
grader. Free estimates. W. G. Plumbing Travel Trailers
(Buck) Johnson FR 6-6219. CLOSE OUT SALEOn Ocala's First Mobile Home .
Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Dealer. Since 1948

HARPER PAINT CO. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. Choose from these 6 :
Concrete SEWER INSTALLEDNEW 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366 Phone 629-1358 thrifty : '

& used fixtures. complete Ocala. Fla. .
plumbing service -BIG" JIM ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna
HUGULEY Gainesville Plumb. Double stack complete. Nothing '' I.
CONCRETE finishing. Walks Ing rRnet, else to buy $15. Brants. FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES models.I ho-, *-" 1 4
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.
etc.. expertly done. Esti 4820 NW 13th St. 441 South _
mates. Call 3723884. anytime. RemodelingNEED DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Gainesville 372-5113
Chairs low as $8. No money Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 0'

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS A NEW Florida room, carport down Free, estimates low as, $5 pickup per and month.delivery Service is a must with us. 2rDr. Anglia Deluxe AH English Ford line cars are to bu and a
thrift
patio, screened-in porch, service. All work guaran FOR SALE OR RENT
etc? Call now and get It done teed. Phone 376-7786. Newberry Trailer Park one mile thrifty to own, and the Anglia is our economy specs

for the summer months. Call North on 41. $500 Down, $66 per and the extra-value features standard
FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER NO. 3 DETECTRON. model 44. month. Total $9900 see you get a equipment.2Dr. .
372-1049 after 5 P.M.
CO. tor free complete price $.CO.. Can be seen Ore K. Ball
Sales and ServiceAlt _estimates at 1728 N. W. 1st Ave. or call Cortina Deluxe A budget-minded family car with American-sized
types ot Fire ExtinguishersPick 2-0747 between 5:00 aV ':00 PM. FOR SALE
up and delivery serviceC. Upholstery Three bedroom Fleet wood 1964 roominess inside ample for five cdults. Trunk space is full size 21
RCA Whirlpool electric stove. model trailer on good lot with
R. Thomas Ph. 376-89(9 ft. ( )
cu.
Gainesville. Fla. Used about 1Y4 years. $75. Phone beautiful oak trees giving shade gross .

UPHOLSTER your furniture at FR 6-8535. and affording a splendid placeto 4-Dr. Cortina Deluxe The added convenience of four doors and more
reasonable prices. Call Sally. TRADE to relax and play. Located about ,
your costly operate
Gr
Repair Mortgage BrokerFHA Experienced. FR 69885.SewingAlterations. two miles south of .
ELECTRIC water heater and High Springs. power from a 1500cc. five-main-bearing crank engine gives additional
I Air Conditioning $48 for a new glassiined GAS on U.S. 441. Owner must leave
water neater. Much more hot because of a lob that has been snap and style to the budget-minded Cortina.
and conventional at lowest water at about half the cost with offered to him In the New England -

A-I HANDYMAN SHOP current rates. Terms to 25 ALTERATIONS OUR LP GAS. PROPANE, states. See this quick. whole 4-Dr.Corti.na Station Wagon This wagon has that rqre combination .
years. Will gladly discuss at no on women'sclothing ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110. deal priced to sell at S7.777.00. "
first In air conditioning and ApPlianca > obligation. Call tomorrow.J. also buttonholes Can be partly financed. the comfort of a passenger car the convenience of a station wagon and the "
repairs. We sell guaran W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor belts. & dressmaking. Call FOR SALE formats! size f to 11. Frank D. Howard, R. E. BrokerP. o ; ,
teed washers refrigerators etc 31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 372-8891. Phone 376-2185 2036 NW 9th O. Box 703. Phone 454-1396. economy of an import.
_FR. 6-0267. Ave. High Springs. Florida t
FRED B. ARNOLD Sewing Machine Repairs CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith 2-Dr. Anglia Station Wagon Like the regular Anglia this station wagon

t Appraisal Service FHA AND REALTOR CONVENTIONAL CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER Use our amazing applicator Lustre free.- Foam.Call WE BUY features excellent gas mileage and quality service features that help pro- .

LOANS VICE CO. 815 W. University Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703N. USED MOBILE HOMESTop vide low-cost operation. :
ARNOLD 1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 Ave. 3761075. We repair all Main St. dollar paid phone 376-0571. _______ -. 4
FRED 8) .
REALTOR MORTGAGE MONEY _Makes Wart fully guarilntP@f.' :)NE electric hedge trimmer for Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES 2-Dr. Cortina GT A road version of the track champion that has a win- .

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE 5* per cent Interest. Terms to sale excellent condition price SAVE to S1.SOO and tuned cars the Cor-
record more expensive highly sports ,
Tires ning
2S : Alignment $16 cash. Phone 2-1583 after BANK FINANCING against

1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 572-3522 I BUY ee2.! BUILD Call- REFINANCE i I Brake Service ':00 PM.REPOSSESSED. Town NEW 5.ir Country wide mobile Trailer Homes Sales tin combines sports car performance and handling with sedan comfort and

Auto Byrd I I SEWING MACHINE 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR J-2290. convenience. ,
Equipment KS wW13Da5l;. Ph. FR 3-2511 VACATION SPECIALON White AUTOMATIC Zlg-Zag.
1964 model with 20 discs. Makes WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS
GLADYS Realtor FHA famous nationally known Mo- Butts Mobile Homes, Inc
SmIth over 60 different designs. Does
and conventional loans. Low htwk tires . Save up to5O'I 4920 NW 13 St 376-061 I WANTED
HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt everything makes buttonholes, I I
r>tes. Terms 25 years. 1228 on new tires. See our new the of offering our complete -
: exchanged; Repair kits for to blind hems sews on buttons. NOW SHOWING During May we are
wrap around retread that gives! mt medium allowance
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized ._W.:_unlv.! Ave. 375-5393. more mileage & traction. Latl- Retails $300. Balance due $145. 1964 MOBILE HOMES I line Fod at the lowest prices we* I Used Cars late models a heav.

Walker Hydraulic Jack FORDYCE and Associates, Inc. mer Tire Co. 623 N. Main St. Take up payments $10 month. 2 and 3 bedrooms" all 'Floor I have ever Els years as your local English I up to $600 over book. JOi e rhon
Service Agent HULL'S BRAKE Conventional and F.H.A. I 0 enS. Like brand new. Call FR 2-2051. Plans. Terms tailored to meet ofered I Sale at Crane Motor Co.. 516 S. Main St. Pick up I II
Ford We have stock, and
good more
SERVICE SUPPLY 1314 S. Cat' 376-1236. Grace Ferdyce. WINDOW CLEANIHGWINDOWS FOR SALE HI-FI equipment, $250. your budget. Drive a little and I Dier. i I your copy of the English Ford Specs at either location. .
Make FR 2-1497 automatic
I Realtor Fordyca t Associates AJr Inc .
926 West University Ave CONNOLLYMobile I
nue. cleaned floors cleaned Call 6-6819. I :
Home Inc. .
1 Auto Gloss and waxed, houses washed, 10 WELL kept carpets show the results 2 Miles North on Sales.U. S. 441 -
yrs. experience. Free estimates. of regular Blue Lustre spot Phone 422-8166
PaintingSPRING Phone F Ii M9SS. cleaning. Rent electric shanv Closed Sundays
poser $i. McDanlell Furniture Co.Galnesvlile CRANE Motor Co.
AUTO GLASS Is our only busi i 13' TRAVEL TRAILER gas stove .
Yard Work Shopping Center
ness. Immediate Installation; Ice box. 12 gallon water tank. 12-
frH pickup ,a. delivery. Add House Cleaning Houses GE electric stove, 3V oven, $65. ill Volt/ light system. Sleeps 4.
beauty &-value to.your car. I I painted Interior and ".xterlor, CHARLES WORSHAM specialu- GE refrigerator 13'. $100. Other Reel bargain. S8JO. Bank financ- i' FR 6-2425
MAULDIN'S..AUTO-GLASS co. good rtu"a"'lp, reasonably log In lawn mowing, edging fc household hems tike new Phone trig available. Phone Brooker 516 S. MAIN ST.
ttl N.W. 6fh St. FR 6-255 priced. Phone 2-4365. Reuben, pruning. FR 4-1966 anytime. Interlachea 684-5714. 485-249].




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