Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: May 13, 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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Goldwater Takes Nebraska; Nixon Shows StrengthWASHINGTON

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(AP) Sen. the presidential nomination that water 45,255 votes. The write-In rolled up a substantial write-In was by' far his ,best in any of Republican and Democratic conventions instructed to vote for Goldwater :

Barry Goldwater was the top Goldwater seeks this.year-had votes went this way: 27,314 to vote in Nebraska. With 1,494 the spring primaries. He is not and also chose nom- and two of whom said they favor
vote-getter in Tuesday's Nebraska about 31 per cent.Goldwater's Nixon, 14,037 to Ambassador precincts reporting, he had 38- an announced candidate for the inees for governor, senator and him. The other two are uncom- "
Republican presidential pref- major announced Henry Cabot Lodge, 1,571 to 776 votes.' Gov. Frank Morrison nomination but has said he the House: mitted.

erence primary, where he was rival for the nomination, Gov. Rockefeller, and 983 divided had 1,862 write-in votes, Atty. would 'accept it It was not known how the six Rhode Island Republicans
the only candidate listed. But he Nelson A. Rockefeller of New among a handful of others.In Gen. Robert F. Kennedy had 1- Nebraska and 14 West Virginia blocked an effort by Goldwater
ran into a strong tide of write-in York, polled a sizable vote in West Virginia, with 1,501 of 363 and Gov. George C. Wallaceof A last-minute drive for writein delegates will line up at the supporters to increase their

votes for former Vice President the uncontested West Virginia 2,664 precincts! reporting, Rockefeller Alabama had 799. votes, spearheaded of by former GOP convention, but Goldwateris strength on the state delegation,
Richard.M. Nixon and others. preference primary. had 62,426, about 64 per Secretary the Interior Fred expected to get some support but at least two of the 14 chosen
The Arizona senator was barely Rockefeller had no write-in cent of the total vote cast in a The vote for Gov., Morrison, Seaton found fertile ground in'astate from each group. Tuesday are for the .senator.

r m scoring the majority of votes competition because such votes lackluster Republican guberna- who also won the Democratic which gave Nixon his big- The'senator added at least six One is for Rockefeller, one for
" his supporters had predicted be- are not counted in West Vir torial primary. nomination for a third term, apparently gest majority, in the 1960 elec- votes to his first ballot strength Gov. William W, Scranton of

fore the election. He had just ginia. There were no Democratic was'a gesture to boost tion-62.1 per cent. from other sources Tuesday. Pennsylvania and the rest un-.
;over 50 per cent of the vote Returns'from 1,455 of Nebras- preference contests in either his vice presidential stock. West Virginia and Nebraska Missouri Republicans chose committed.

I I while Nixon-who in .1960 had ka's-2,148 precincts gave Gold- state, but President Johnson Nixon's showing in Nebraska voters named. delegates to the six delegates, two of whom were (See PRIMARY on Page 2) '. I

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( ) HAGUE Foreign, ministers NetherlandsAP of # Alachua Co.
).. Levy i
the North Atlantic Treaty Or-

ganization took up in a secret iI
session today the demands of q4

France for a stronger role. in i

the alliance's affairs. ? \ k4 \ i : I

session Emerging' Foreign from Minister a three-hour Ger- ; I Vote Tally Erred "

hard Schroeder of West Ger-. ra
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many would say only that he m

thought the meeting had a

"cleansing effect" on NATO's '.

structural problems.This .
r Canvassing Board
was an apparent refer- :'
ence to differences between
o France and Paul Henri Spaak, 4 __

outspoken foreign minister of Certifies ResultsTALLAHASSEE
Belgium, over' the role NATO
g 1 r:: s xrkS
should play in the years to
S y
come. o (AP) Brushing aside all
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Before the ministers went ; a -: :cj' ( voting irregularities by repeated declarations it had no

Into session, Spaak declared he '.. :,.;A..'-.. ... ._ .. .....->:'N.w..z.X''''* o'j'!:.'>,.mr.r...< -.- = power to act, the. State Canvassing Board certified the
would ask the French "to spell 1.Iay.5 first primary vote today.
out just what you, think is Mrs. Julich greeted by Ken Murray of Gainesville Airport yesterday.Sun The action gave the runoff berth to Mayor Robert King
( Photo by Eddie Davis)
High of Miami in the
wrong with NATO and how it governor'srace
should be righted. Otherwise, and the Democratic nomination mitting to the board affidavits

quit rocking the boat." First 'Powder Puff' Arrival to Rep. Earl Fairclothof in Alachua, Dade ,Monroe and a
Dade County in the Attorney Manatee counties.
the NATO
France wants General's M6i
race. The board accepted the affi- i
structure loosened to give members -
4 In Its. action, the board ad- davits for their information'
I., a stronger voice in policy, Calls vised 'all.those..complaining of and said they would be used only in
dominant 'Outdoor
and to cut down the -
U.S. role. ther members believe -* ,Flying Sport irregularities that their only' considering recommendations to
1 course was through the courts. the 1965 Legislature for possible FAIRCLOTHOfficial
the NATO'structure should -- -
be tightened. ,By ROBERT GREENA "It's' your opinion," said Secretary (See CANVASS on Page 2) Winner
of S tate_ Tom Adams, I
middle mother of
aged ARRIVALSTwentytwo
: ,
t decision announced of the board. '
The only three was the first "powder- chairman .,Ar
session was I
after the morning puff" flier to beat bad flyi n g Major complaints were filed
the appointment of Manlio weather to Gainesville yester- racing lady pilots will fly for the finish line at by Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland,
Brosio, veteran Italian diplomat day in the annual Women's In- Gainesville Airport by 5 p.m. today in the 1,440-mile Women's International who ran third by 2,202 votes in Illness Puts Off

i to be NATO secretarygeneral ternational Air Race. Air Race. the governor's race; and by
I to guide the alliance Bad flying weather in Alabama The first pilot arrived yesterday and the remaining 22 were expected Atty. Gen. James Kynes who
through the difficult period of and Mississippi yesterday to begin arriving at mid-morning today. trailed Faircloth by 599 votes.

reorganization.Brosio may delay today's 5 p.m. finish Winning time so far in the three-day competition from Monterrey Voting irregularities in Ala Election Hearing .
Mexico, to Gainesville is Judy Wagner of Palos Verdes Estates, ;
on Aug. 1 will succeed time, sponsoring officials fr o m chua and Levy counties were
Dirk U. Stikker of the Netherlands the Chamber of Commerceand Calif. Second and third places are held by Marian Burke of San charges.The -- ;
who is stepping down be- Florida Women Pilots Assn. Antonio, Texas, Sand Edna Whyte of Fort Worth, Texas. larger margin in the at. A case of measles in the state court that Futch had to be pres-

cause of ill health.Bridal The $2,500 prize money is being given by the Gainesville Chamberof torney g e n e ral's race result. attorney's office and a sick circuit ent at yesterday's hearing but .. ,
Milton Julich of Jackson Commerce, who is a co-sponsoring the race with the Florida ed from correction of a typo- judge caused continuanceof Adkins ruled that the assistant

Heights, N. Y., was the first of Women Pilots Assn. graphical error of 40 votes in yesterday's hearing on proposed state attorney's illness was suf-
Pair these pilots to land here. S he r Bradford County, the board rejection of the grand jury ficient grounds for the contin-
touched down at 10:09: a.m. fore she knows if she is the vic- landing. said.Adams election report until May 21. uance.

Tuesday morning.The tor. The race started in Monterry "It was an easy flight for me emphasized that the Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins He assured Wilson that he
t Held After winner is based on flying Mexico, on Monday.She from Jackson,. Miss." she said. board had no authority to take continued the Jr. would substitute for Judge Pat-

time and a horsepower handi- as expectedly feminine in "I lost some time yesterday action other than to certify the Judge George hearing, noting ten at the next hearing if the -..
Slain cap so Mrs. Julich will have to demanding a mirror before posing (Monday) when I couldn't find vote unless ordered to make .Patten's illness judge is still ill. "

d Couple wait until every one is in be- for pictures shortly after (See FLIER on Page 2)) 'changes by a court. and Mack Assistant Futch's' ill State health.Attoreny' Duncan said later that Futch .
Under the law
interpreted contracted
measles .
on Monday.After
OSAGE BEACH, Mo. (AP) by the secretary of state's at-
Raid. Attorney Richard Wilson, rep- the continuance by
A salesman and his Commandoes County Gets he
52-year-old torney, said, the board had resenting Registration Super- Judge Adkins yesterday the
t wife were cut down by gunfire the authority only. to, certify the .
in this Ozarks visor Mrs. Alma Bethea, objected judge set the hearing for 2 p.m._ .
outside a vote if it
More Road appeared accurate, to the continuance, asking on May 21.LIFE. > ...
resort Tuesday night. Cuba ]Mill intelligible and authentic.! -::; :
Sugar Judge Adkins for the "earliest ;
D. A. Ttoyano of Lakeland, ....",. ..
honeymooning "
Officers detained a young possible date, possibly today.or
Kelly's attorney, argued that
couple. from Tulsa Land Rights Thursday. : 5
Okla. in connection with the MIAMI (APA "very suc Castro and his communists. such interpretation of the law WORTH
t .
would rule out the need for "This deserves immediate attention ., .
of Mr. and Mrs. CecilI. cessful" commando-type attackon Exiles here recalled that after a .
slayings. of Hutchinson, Kan., a sugar mill in the Eastern Castro and his little band of in-' The Alachua County Commis- canvassing board. .in view of the major con- ONE DIME .
Bybee Sarasota, Fla. The B bees Cuba province of Oriente was vaders landed in Cuba one of sion yesterday took an additional "All we need isa clerk withan troversy,'r Wilson explained. '
1 f and slain a few minutes after reported today by an antiCastro his first attacks, in 1956, was 25-feet of road right-of- adding machine to certify the State Attorney Jed Duncan MACON, GA. (AP) Spec- ,,;::
were checked in for a convention action group here. against military outpost near way from residents along NW vote," he said. assured Wilson that Tiis office tators told' this story of a m n--:!:

they Missouri. Real Estate As- The Revolutionary Recuperation the same sugar mill. MRP 55th St. from the Newberry Adams cited court cases dat-' would work toward the "earliest who was lucky he didn't have a .:;---

of sociation.the Movement (MRP) headedby spokesmen here,said the mill is Road north to the extension of ing back to 1868 in, which the expedition" of the case. dime. =......
Manuel Artime said the at- close to the Sierra Maestra NW 16th Blvd. courts held that the board had Wilson has' asked that the The man drove up to a telephone .

) Held for investigation were tack occurred on a big sugar (mountains) where Castro and The Commission used an unusual no judicial power. grand jury report citing election booth .outside a truck- .: s :
John R. Abercrombie, 22-year- mill at Puerto Pilon on the his forces carried on guerrilla method of passing a resolution Adams accused Kelly's at- irregularities' in the March 17 .stop here Tuesday, but found :-.f
old salesman, and his bride, southern coast of Oriente Prov- warfare against a preceding dictator taking the land becausethe torneys of "apparently deter- city election be expunged by the he didn't have 10 cents for his* -
1 Catherine, 23. in Cuba, Fulgencio Batista. deeds of subdivision land mining not to seek the proper circuit court, claiming that the call. :
ince.Details are coming on on the The Batista government fell owners allowed this if the coun- route (of action.) It impugnsthe He went in for change and:-
sheriff Lynn Sorrel grand jury and the state attorney .
Deputy about attack and will be made publicat Jan. 1, 1959. .. ty promised to'maintain a road. local authorities to make exceeded their authority. just as he stepped outside .
stopped the after the shootingand a Miami news conference at The Commission had decidedto these charges here (where they Wilson has argued that the again, a large tractor-trailer __
15 minutes 4 p.m. EST and in San Juan, Divorced11lovie maintain a graded road in cannot be resolved)." rig smashed into the corner of
mile He made references
less than a away. grand jury report -
Puerto Rico at 3 local time the than Adams reminded the lawyers the truck
p.m. area more a year ago stop, demolishing the's
the des
said their car matched they had 10 days, until May 23, to old registration laws
said. Stars
MRP but thought it necessary to telephone booth.Investigating -l
of which sped from that do not apply to the perms _
cription one to file petitions in court to ; '
of Art i e's over-
Headquarters m involved !
get deeds for the land officers said the
the shots. used'. ..
after nent
the motel Given turn the vote. registration system .
group here said it did not know Party from each landowner. The coun- Bethea's '< r? roan left before they got his ...: ;
Mrs. office.
Sheriff E, L. Libby reported a his whereabouts. It added the 50-foot wide After failing to get the boardto by. '
now owns a name. .
.38 revolver was found in the attack on the sugar mill was by HOLLYWOOD (AP) Where act on their complaints, Kel- Wilson argued that there : :..:

Abercrombie car and that it con- members of the MRP group but in Hollywood would they rightofway.In other action the county ly's attorneys succeeded in sub- was no evidence before the :.z.;
tained five discharged cart- who recently landed in that ar give a party for a divorced ..
homeowner, L. T. Butterfield, .
ridges and a misfire. ea.Exiles couple? of 1610 NW 55th Ter., they will
have vowed for sever- Universal Studios Tuesday Records \
of the Impounded
Bill Bowman, operator fix a road the ,city tore up.
said the al months they would resume night honored Barbara Stan- '
motor lodge, cut
El Dorado this month active efforts to har- wyck and Robert Taylor, costars Butterfield said the city .
Bybees had just checked ass Fidel Castro's economy and in the movie thriller, the pavement to install a water
when another car pulled up be- strive for eventual overthrow of "The Night Walker." main, then refilled the hole In Levy Alachua Counties J$.

hind theirs, apparently waited his regime.The Although divorced a dozen with rock. The rock later sank, ,
for them to come out of the office extent of damage to the years, "Barbara and I have re- leaving an eight-inch trench in

and followed them to their mill and the nature of the wea- mained good friends." says the road, Butterfield said. TALLAHASSEE -The Sun a $2,500 bond to defray,the cost stray, change, alter, mutilate ... .f
room. pons used to attack it were not Taylor. learned late this morning that of the injunction Alachua and or otherwise impair" the integrity '- >
He said he heard shots a few announced by MRP It said it Miss Stanwyck, 56, said she Alachua and Levy County registration offices of the' county registration '. ,
minutes later and' ran out to find hoped this could be made known was' asked "if, I would have WHERETOFINDIT County if the order proves to be issued books, voting records, tally I
Bybee dead and Mrs.. Bybee dy- later. any objection if ,Bob appearedin voting records were temporar wrongfully. sheets and other records from s
lag beside their car at the rear "This is the first of a ,seriesof the picture. I said, 'Of course fly impounded in a court order Although the order allows the the May 5 primary. 4'Ala

of the,lodge. attacks to come immediately not but you'd better ask Mr. yesterday from Circuit Judge officials to clear the voting c h u a County officials L i
The other car, Bowman said, ," said a spokesman at :MRP. and Mrs. Taylor" Hugh Taylor in Leon County.The machines from the May 5 election .named Kynes' complaint

sped 1 out of the motel driveway. "Our immediate objective is to Taylor, 52,- said, "It's all Comics . . 20 temporary injunction was .for the coming May 26 vote, Judge H, H.
Bybee was a salesman for liquidate targets vital to the right with me if it's all right Classified . ;25-27. filed by Attorney General James Mrs Bethea said this morningshe Registration Supervisor wereJ1-
Lowen & Co. a Hutchinson printing hangman Castro. Later on we with her." Entertainment 24 Kynes and includes the namesof Is going to wait "as long as Alma Bethea and County C
in for establishment of Obituaries . 10 Alachua Canvass I can" before. the. first
firm which specializes in advertising shall go The present Mrs. Taylor, actress the County erasing mission Chairman G. M.
decals. He and his wife large scale guerrilla forces in ,Ursula Thiess, was askedif Opinion Page 6 Board, Levy County Canvass primary counts on the voting is, members of the County Carr: -.a I
. .1618Women's
.weret on the road much of the our homeland. it was all right with her, Sports Board and the registration sup- machines. vass Board; and Mrs.
. 7
time, Ometimes operating from "Eventually we shall carry "Not necessarily," she said, 0 .! ervisors in both counties. Yesterday's' court order instructs registration supervisor.See 13ethea'r j

'an alternate base at Sarasota. big scale war to Cuba against smiling enigmatically __ The attorney general put upi Mrs.. Bethea not to "de- ( RECORD on Page 2)f T; :;. f frt

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I Z Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 13, 1964More

I I 1''More About

,.,-. About ... ._ : Weather Roundup :' Flier Glad She's Back : -p'\..'::
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Canvass Flier OAKLAND, Calif. (AP- plane throughmost of the globe- land.

.... A I "This is a helluva way to lose circling flight remained to endanger "I thought I'd never see Oakland *

,t ..... : !MMaA- 1 ti ree \ From weight." her until she landed at again" she-laughed as she

t From Page: 1 '='i 1e B \ Page o One With these zords, Joan Mer- 9:12 a.m.One stepped down from her plane to

V' I ---.. \ Tyler, Texas for a while. I hopeI riam of Long Beach, Calif., of her engines began run- the congratulations of some 400
changes in the state's election Kynes is a member of the canvassing ZONES ......... made it up today." wrote the end to a chapter of ning rough while she was still people.

laws. board, but he did not BCD Partly cloudy tonight 1 t---.J- aviation history that began 27 250 miles off the California The weary but smiling Miss

Early in its meeting, the name himself in the suit. It was and Thursday. Scat- ....... Mrs. Julich has been fly i n g years ago when aviatrix Amelia coast and she required a CoastGuard Merriam had this advice for

board made a change which directed at the other two members tered showers this afternoon since 1956 and runs a charter Earhart disappeared in the Pa- plane escort into Oak-.: anyone considering duplicatingher

basted the lead held by Earl Secretary of State Tom or evening. Low tonight 65 to \ e""' \ awe service in the New York area cific in ,her attempt to be the feat: "Buy a ticket!

Faircloth of Miami over Kynes Adams, who is chairman. and a \-, as well as teaching flying and first woman to circle the globe
70. High Thursday in the 80s.
int= the attorney general's race Comptroller Ray Green.In Southwesterly winds 10 to 20 E \ F \ taking care of her home. Her by air. Ship Cleared The Ideal

to-599 votes. This was a 40-vote husband is a painting contractor. Miss Merriam, 27, landed
change. It occurred in the Brad- his complaint, Kynes also miles an hour briefly higher \ COPENHAGEN (AP) After Rcmcfflbcranci
at Oakland International '
4Is I
machine in in showers. ilia.
that a voting
alleged 9
ford County returns, where an I 'Airport Tuesday after, a trou- six years, the Danish government -I 1f For. .
error had given Kynes 2,176 Dade County had registered 200 A Partly cloudy through Thurs- \ I "I just got interested in flying 'ble-plagued 27,750-mile solo has agreed to allow an I 1
votes for Faircloth at the time Mild afternoons. Cooler tonight I ShutInsCREVASSE
day. because I wanted to take part
instead ; to
of 2,136 votes. wuh lows rang.ng from 56 to 64. High flight that traced most of the atom-powered American ship II
Kynes filed a suit late yesterday the polls opened on May 5. Thursday from 76 to 84. ", rE r-. in an outdoor sport," she said. visit Copenhagen.The ,I
original route chartered
There indications that oth- f G Partly cloudy tonight and .s by FLORIST
were husband took dim viewof t'
in the Leon Circuit Court Thursday. Widely scattered showers. 4 "My a Miss Earhart in 1927. merchant ship Savannahwill I
er voting machines were tampered Low tonight 68 to 74. High Thursday CAIIs.aa my flying at first, but he 2015 SE Hawthorne Rd.
to have himself declared I
seeking In the 80s. Southwesterly winds 10 to
with he said. The mechanical difficultiesthat arrive Aug. 25 for a seven-
IS miles an hour. Phone FR 6-2514
winner of the rather helped me buy my present
primary I
Dade County registration- H Partly cloudy through Thurs- 4th troubled her twin-engine I day visit.
than Faircloth. day. Widely scattered showers. Low j 0 plane. He still doesn't fly with
pervisor Claude Brown con- tonight 70.to 7S. High Thursday In the "
Kelly, who trailed Mayor Rob- 10 to me, though.
firmed complaint
Kynes' J showers.
ert King High of Miami
by 2,202 the machine which had voteson I J K Partly cloudy tonight and Her four seater is a far cry

voles in the struggle for a runI it when the polls opened. Thursday Low'tonight Widely 70 to scattered 75 High Thursday showers. Municipal Airport readings from the tiny 65-horsepower sin- A GAINESVILLE BUSINESSMAN

ofr berth opposite Mayor Hay- machine not used 84 to 88. Southeast and south winds for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: gle seat model that took her to
"The ,
was 5 to 15 miles an hour.
don:::Burns of Jacksonville, didnorgo 87 at 1 low 65 at
ALMANACSunset p.m.,
to the courts. Brown added. He said a dial had today.............. 7:14 p.m. El Salvador from Miami in
I not been turned back to zero Sunrise tomorrow ......... 5-37 ajn. 5 a.m. No 1960. "I couldn't believe how
Instead, he said he planned to 'Moonset tonight ............ >:34 p.m. "
ask the board before the machine was delivered First Quarter .......;..:...., May 18 ELSEWHEREThe high those mountains were, she
canvassing to recount HIGH
; planet Venus seen right above the said. SPEAKS FOR
i the May 5 votes, investi- to a voting place. Moon tonight Is now at Its greatest H L Prep.
"It was simply a human er- brillance as an evening star. Venus is Jacksonville 86 69
gale allegations of irregularitiesand now less than 43 million miles from the Miami 8S 79 Several of the women pilo t s H H0
ror which occurred at the warehouse Earth. Tampa 87 74
put him on the May 26 run- MARINE FORECAST Atlanta 71 63 .04 competing in the race* have
of: allot opposite Burns.Ines long before the ballot was EAST GULF: South too southwest New Orleans 17 67 1.50 husbands who are pilots and got
Brown said. winds 10 to 18 knots through ThursBoston n 52 .02
had asked the court to even printed, day, becoming northerly Thursday. New York 76 57 interested that way. Others just
enjoin the State Canvassing in other couties ,also. Scattered showers partly, cloudy WashingtonChicago 12 65 .04
the had it
Thursday. 63 47 .12 got flying bug or
Begird from accepting certain In Alachua County, he said CEDAR KEY TIDES Kansas City 60 AS since they wehe children. Three REAVES
Thursday High at 3:50 a.m. and Denver 68 39 DAVID
challenged returns from Al- the names of about 6,000 persons 2:36 p.m. Low at 8:47 'a.m. and 10:01 Ft. Worth 77 A9 women have passed tests for as- ARCHITECT

acfiua and Levy counties. But appear, on the registration p-m. Seattle 55 31 .03 tronaut t r a i n ing and another DAN BRANCH : ?- '

Judge Hugh Taylor declined, books but that the registrationswere i has flown a Navy F9F-8 Cougar ARCHITECT FLORIDA. ,
saying that the question of accepting void, ,and that. some of: Five-Day Forecast Jet. N.E. FIRST STREET, _. < .-.

or throwing out the these 4,000 voted in the primary.I. Besides homemaker, some of 301 -=.. --. :; .
voles was a matter for the In Levy County, said, Kynes, Temperatures, will range near elsewhere._The normal high averages the pilots' occupations included -- =: -- -- :

canvassing board to decIde. 75, absentee votes were counted;normal_ during the ,five-day period in the eighties. The fore, research chemist, licensed May 10, 1964Gentlemen :: = :;
:: -
did all the legal: ..
that not meet AND :
-f Monday. The nor- cast calls for widJy'scattered :
public accountant and sales pi- THE BUSINESS ::.:: :. :
l\fore requirements. mal low ranges from 70 to 75 in showers with up to one inch of! OPEN LETTER TO n(. : ..'

AboutRecord. If the challenged votes, were the 'Florida'Keys to the sixties rain in most sections. I lot.Mrs.. Philip Hart, wife of the AN MEN OF AlACHU A COON -L -...- -
J thrown out in Levy and Alachua I PROFESSIONAL .
i j U. S. senator from Michigan :
Counties said Kynes the out-
out of the but
dropped race may .
comeof the race would be More About : '!::::
be here for Friday's banquet. t' .roots9 "
in his favor. He did not vas$,
i tipped tremendous -
mast Hig\7= .
M*.. ask the court to bar any of the witnessinS! one of the My or Robert King -" .:.
t We are noW 1 history. lelfer IS'aninvitotion : .
Dade County votes.In Fort UnearthedJERUSALEM in Flo rids s political This -
1 From Page 1 movements the governorshiP. benefit -
PrimaryFrom into can'
.? his petition, Kelly asked the will undoubtedly be swept Alachua of our.- ".
canvassing board to check into (AP-An Edo.mite join this movement the problems
to consideFin9
is :,.. :: : .
The claims
complaint the election for voting irregularities. fort on the western shoreof when the neW governor .. .. .--
are greatly .,
6,000 improperly registered He said illegal votes were Page 1 the Dead Sea that was con- Which affect us. 'd ls' ::,
voters in the county and that state ierJ1ai
cast in Manatee, Alachua, Dade quered by King David's war- !lies rd_:! later
be' .
: ..
4,000 of theni'voted May 5. Cecil H. Underwood standpoint; to ::
and Monroe Counties.In gover- Cooper P. Benedict.In riors nearly 3,000 has practical : : .. .
Reference to the grand jury report nor of West Virginia from 1957 years ago From a purely ::. : '
of the Nebraska
most cases, Kelly Gov. Morrison been unearthed American- heard now. : .=
citing election irregularitiesin to 1961 began his for by an that we be :. ..
r alleged among other things that quest a whipped two opponents in .the backed -nsclence. He fs.ari' =.
archeological expedition. !
the March 17 Gainesville election second term loo
with 4 side
unauthorized a thumping Democra supPOrt either ;
persons accompa- : primary, but the can on -
was also included in thee Republican primary victoryover High i is a mon you lea derIn. Extremists m od'
nied voters into the booths. 'I Republican nomination was still M- and moderate his thoughtful _
circuit court complaint. two relatively unknown Gainesville Sun intelllgen a ble. cannot negate to serve -
f He said that in Monroe unsettled. Lt. Gov. Dwight Burn- and convincing and his; desire .

-- County, the voting machine totals Republican candidates.His ey was leading a field of five. Published evenings except though loud record of accomplishments.surprised how closely you -

They'll) Fight were tampered with md: Democratic opponent in Sen. Roman L. Hruska of Nebraska Saturday and Sunday morn- erosion Read his his platform you may be = .-
that unauthorized had the November ings by the Gainesville Pub- Florida.
persons election to succeed had no Republican pri- ::
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Discriluination'4gainst machine keys. In Manatee, he Gov. William W. Barron- mary opposition for nominationfor 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida agree for the future. ret your :-:

said, unregistered persons were: who cannot succeed himself another term. His Dem- and entered as second class kina of Florida you wont This may well be one of :.:
Dogs allowed to vote. appeared to be former State ocratic foe in November will be matter at the Post Office at Decide now and your voice be heard. community and your -
Gainesville Florida.CIRCULATION be felt for your _
He complained that in Dade Commerce Commissioner Hul- Raymond Arndt, also support will ever do .. ..-
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NEW YORK (AP) An organization finest things you ,. ,
RATES BY the < 4
voters accompanied -
County, were ett C. Smith. Smith led a fieldof I posed for the nomination.
has been formed to into the booth by supporters, four.in the Democratic primary CARRIER OR MAIL state. .:

stop discrimination againstdogs. of one candidate, and that the with! about half ,the votes 1 Week .45 '
poll workers pointed out the-lever counted.. Law Student 3 Mot. $5.85 ::

One of the things being done to be pulled. Sincerely -
Sen. Robert C. Byrd of West All mail subscriptions must ', -
byZthe newly organized Dog Kelly's compaint in Alachua: Virginia easily won the Demo be paid in advance. David Reaves
Owners Association 'Americais the --that' Defenders?
was same as Kynes
cratic nomination for a second Member of Audit Bureau of
to offer its members a $3- improperly registered persons' term. His Republican opponent,I Circulation.All David Reaves

OOfcinsurance))( policy to pay for were allowed to vote. unopposed Tuesday, will be
material contained herein Is
damage done by their dogs in The races in which High fin-: TALLAHASSEE MV-Proposals the property of the Gainesville : I
homes from home. ished 2,202 votes ahead of Kelly before the State Supreme Courtto Publishing Company, (c) 1764. Re-
production In whole In part Is
Moonshine let law or Fd. Adv.
This, says an association I and Faircloth 559 ahead of students represent indigent strictly forbidden without the written

spokesman, is to help combat Kynes were two cf the closest in defendants and to admit permission of the publisher. __ _
some law to the bar tI
doggy discrimination by certain florida history Cache FoundA graduates
Kynes' lawsuit is the first in without examination were op- !
motel owners who refuse to alloW -
'challenging a race posed Tuesday by the Florida
:! canines on their premises. many years team of federal, state and
Bar Association.
motel that of- county "treasure hunters" ran-
Thj-1; people argue
Deadline for filing such ac- Marion County Rep. William
/ tcIt dog is many miles away tions is 10 days after the State sacked a Grove Park home for Chappell argued for the bar thatto

before any canine damage is I Canvassing Board certifies election buried moonshine yesterday.The let some law students become

discovered. results-May 23 in this case. homeowner, 43-year-old bar members without examina-
Alphonso James, was chargedwith
tion is a form of discrimination

The- crater of Kibo, one ol Malaysia still after possession the of a moonshine found50 against their classmates. And,

MoUnt Kilimanjaro's two, volcanoes Stands Firm gallons agents of fermentingmash : he said, the bar opposed giving 'ems
law students the
has active fumaroles high responsibilitymake
in the back yard.
temperatures and extensivebeds KUALA, LUMPUR, MalaysiaAP -a still pot buried alongsidea decisions for clients who ,
lack because
they are
of sulphur.SUBSTITUTE. ( ) Prime Minister Tunku path leading from the house.a not yet money qualified. I I

Abdul Rahman said today Ma- ,condenser part of a still, The court gave no immediate I '

FOR RAIN laysia will not retreat from its under the back porch.a ruling on the oral arguments -- -. 'tT, .

We Recommend a- -FREE Esti- demand that all Indonesian cooker, also part of a presented by Chappell and Stet- ,

mate without obligation on the guerrillas withdraw from Malaysia still, in the bedroom.Lifeboat son University law Professor a ......
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Rjin Bird underground sprinkler: before a second summit Paul Barnard. Barnard favoredthe -
system. meeting is held with Indonesiaand Test I I : e -
proposals.The .
IN YOUR YARD the Philippines.Paid plan to enable students to ( I -.' '
LONDON (AP-Britain's life- -
counsel clients calls for
jr CALL FR 6-4030 Advertising poor
boat men are to try out a 44- supervision by a public de .. -....... <

BEVILINURSERY- .1.1i foot Coast steel Guard.cutter from the U.S. fender. 1't :-.;.; :

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trials, said today: "Britain has at Meet 4"
always led 'the world in lifeboat '
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design and construction but we Bob Black and Jerry Rudd-- ": -
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are neither too proud nor too man of the Gainesville Exchange CHICKS -

shortsighted to learn from Club will attend the i

; Thank others when, they" make a significant -42nd Annual State Convention 1 CHECK! t

r advance. of Florida Exchange Clubs in : :

.... Miami Beach tomorrow.The .

-- VINYL FLOOR TILE convention, which runs. The woman of today is'not only :

42 COLORS IN STOCK through Sunday, will feature! -

You 10.9< TL PER| I as maui speakers Gov. Farris!! a smart, well-aVessed example of

I __ Sinclair Eaton Co. Bryant President and National Jefferson ExchangeClub Dick I feminine pulchritude she :

716 N. Main St. of Dallas. also an intelli ent manager of Home
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Appreciate the fine vote you gave men I '.. :
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:campaign. been a pleasure. 1w

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done in my behalf, ana am counting on CALL FR 2-8838, FR 2-6601 I

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Doctor Finally Succeeds in Effort to Take Own Life' Dine TOMORROWS With Your Gracious COMPLETE Host LUNCHEON. .. i


ALBANY N.Y. (AP 1-In the slashed himself in the chest and: firemen spread a net below. treated for the chest and Abdomen despite the efforts of a score of University of Havana Medical !, MkTL.OAF
very hospital. where he had I abdomen but inflicted only superficial A crowd of about 300 gath cuts.Reposo. medical men and nurses to save School and was a 1949 graduateof And Creole Sauce c
learned how to save lives, a: wounds. Frustrated, hwent e ered. The onlookers watched in Albany Medical College, was ,4 With Parmesan Italiene 6 7
. lonely Cuban doctor plunged a to a viaduct and preparedto silence as the firemen braced in the sat on an operatingtable him.Reposo, who attended the scheduled to begin a residency p'f Cheese Carrot & Raisin
scapel into his heart Tuesday jump 60 feet to the pave- for his jump. He relaxed his emergency room, in internal medicine this summer Salad ..
night and ended his hour-long and talking with a surgeon he had at the Hot Corn Stick
ment. grip dropped, arms spread Claims He's hospital where he and Butter
trained with in the
1940s. .
fight_,t'to. die. Police were summoned. The wide, to the streetCheers early died. A Hot Coffee or COMPLETE
He appeared "rational and lu Iced Tea ,
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officers the man,
,Dr., Jose Reposo, 40, a surgeon who clung approached to the viaduct railing, went up as firemen cid," a medical center spokesman The hospital said he was di- Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea ..; j;
,i began his suicide effort his body arched out over the caught him in the quiltedcanvas said.Suddenly. N.M. (AP) A vorced and the father of two. Is Always FREE. .. ,
Tuesday afternoon when he street, his toes wedged in bracing net. I as the surgeon Roswell hospital patient who His mother reportedly lives in 1
outside the railing."Don't 'He looked surprised to be' turned his back, the Cuban says he is 112 years old numbers Cuba. _
HEAR HERE! George" a alive," said Lt. Howard Turner -:snatched a scalpel and stabbedit among his visitors the youngestof He had
jump, pa come here from California
Ask for FREE BookletOn trolman cried. "We want to ,one of the firemen. "He said, deep into his chest. his 22 children, Bobby Cro- about two months
Better Hearing help you." 'Do you have a cigarette?'." "It was a surgeon's job," the nado, 10.Jesus but it was not known what ago he m SbmCAFETERIA-
GAINESVJLLEHEARING Coronado, recoveringfrom I
AID Repose clung to the railing He told police he was "lone hospital spokesman said. "It abdominal had been doing there. He had Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05 p.m. ;,
CO. ,
620 about 15 mir-tes. While policeon ly, very lonely." rent the heart, opening a big surgery says lived here in a rented Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 p.m. l
N. Main FR room.
6-0095 he born Christmas Day
the bridge held his attention, Reposo chatted with the attendants wound that made it easy for was i 1212 North Main Street ''
1851 in Christi, Tex. He Paid
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: of the ambulance that doctors to get to the heart and I
said he lost his birth certificatein GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER '
These ALLSTATE Agents Can Help took him to Albany Medical Center massage it." "I I

I. YOU ,,Save Money On Insurance. Hospital, where he was He died about two hours later, Coronado a fire several said years he had ago.been 1 I II I Air Conditioned i Free 0 Open Parking Daily & Sunday

I married three times. He and i
Facilities- PHONE 376-4491
'f "; ,. Top For Quality 3 COMMERCIAL DRINK BOXES I:his present wife,'Eudelia, were 1 I II Banquet
s married in 1930 when she was .t I
' ,'' ProtectionAt 4'-Chest Type for Soft Drinks . $100 15. They have had 17 children. I

a n Low Cost 4'-Chest Type- for Dairy Products.... $1 150 Two are dead. "
His Coronado woims&m MONEY?
Call ''8'-Counter Type Beer Box .................. $650All is in better physician health.says than most! WANT IYJQRE i '

FR 2-8461 in extvo-cleon condition. persons at age 60. Until he
Charles Whitney John Bnye Ross Henderson went to the hospital last week, ..r Vt iOwH
FR 2-9507
FR 2-3251 after 6 Coronado worked two or three KN .I
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(ictfmzuil1e Sun > Many-Meanings of 'We' ; =..! *'I il

t JOHN K. HAEAISON. President mtrablubcri NttlJm'k triWD dential privilege. Johnson, ticularly when we need a many things that we can do elude the egotistical Impression .

PAT COWLES; tic Press ,y ARTHUR KROCK however, is already estab- little encouragement to get and we must do and shoulddo created by steady use
r dent ED JOHNSON Tic Frcsldei .VASHINGTON In their lishing a record for a con- away from the sidewalks in and will do ." of "I". That word occurred

Beautiful i 9 r and ExeeaUt Edttori W. a. iBr al replies to news conferice fusingly flexible use of the Washington." more than a dozen times in I
EBEKSOLE. Tic President and / "We" IT IS THE SUDDEN
word "we. shifts
2. ( as a synonymfor Johnson's announcements pre-
ertistnf Director BOB TART questions the presidents, I
'University City LIONE. Vic President and Ore ginning with Woodrow Wilson His world's fair news con- the administration from sentence to sentence in ceding the quiz period at
tlOD HaDcer. who have exposed them- ference last Saturday supplieda know that our position (in the the President's employmentsof the World's Fair and as an I

,t selves to public press inquiry typical illustration of the tariff negotiations at Geneva) "we" that make it difficultfor occasional alternative pronoun

.. THE SUN'S POLICY have had more or less trouble many meanings to be read' is not embraced by all of the his auditors and readersto during the questioning.But .

.' 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. with their sentence structure into his employment of parties to this round but we keep up with them thoughin the oral mixture of the
-- ;: 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in-editorials known to grammarians as this same word. Sometimesthis are going to be as persuasiveas separation all his usages singular and plural is dis-
;:: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. "syntax." Many of PresidentEisenhower's plural personal pronoun, we can. We believe that have the sanction of the dic- tinctly the President's own.

s responses were in the fashion of royalty, is right will ultimately prevail tionary. Moreover he does Proving that the creation of
The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 in sentences which defied a reference to the President ." not follow the pattern of editors Johnsonese English" Is a

Want Ads-376-4672 parsing. And the Democratshad himself. Sometimes "we" is 3. (Same synonym as No. and many writers to family trait. __ .
r a lot of innocent fun the administration. S o m etlmes 2.) "We have a good many

with them until President : it gathers in thehole problems out there (South

his for American people with the Viet Nam We have
It's Time for That 'Task Force' Kennedy, despite gift
I clear expression, also beganto happy implication that, what- had three governments in four
I falter in his news confer- ever differences may exist on five months. We know the CONSCIENCE OF t
4 The long hot summer beckons. who find a leak in their boat. They ence syntax. the slated proposition, the problems we had when we

blow hole people and the President are just had our transition hereat THE
promptly a bigger in the SOUTH
1\1I: I at BUT, THOUGH Presi- unamimous and synonymous.For home. We are trying to
Fat frogs will l post
bottom (to let the water out), close dent Johnson has assembled examples. meet with the new govern-
I the door to harvest the bugs and
the hatch, and go about their way- questioning reporters more 1. ("We" as a snonym for ment as often as we can By RALPH McGILL
I panting dogs will burrow the cool often in a few recent weeks "I.*'). "Yes ,we are going to and as directly as we can, PalitKr Prim. Wi...... Publisher
calmly unconcerned with the water Of the Abuts (Ga.) ConstitutionThe &
t earth and the older set will sip tea than any of his predecessors have a good deal of travelingthis and be as helpful ase'

I before the TV tube and shouting lapping at their ankles. confronted in many months, year. We believe in can."

!t youngsters will clot together under he has yet to get bogged meeting the people. We be- 4."We" as a synonym for.

'. 1 fantasies. We come to the obvious point that down in his sentence struc- lieve in reporting to the peo- the Senate). "We have talked Southern
share their
streetlights ture. His answers have been ple giving (thea for more than 50 days now
1ftIi the answer to Gainesville's problemis unresponsive at times to the chance to see us and hearus (on the equal rights bills),

I. : And eager youth will shrug off the an accelerated youth program. Not particular question, but thisis and agree wit' us and and I would hope that we

winter and the burdens of school, only must the hole in the boat be a proper and frequently disagree with us. We could get on to voting, and
,t and it will tingle with awakened essential resort to a presi- will be out seeing them, par- vote this program up or MountaineersSecond .
plugged, but the hull reinforced, the down,. "
,,| j senses and seek its own social worlda sides braced, and the ship made 5. (As a synonym for him- i

J fragile world of togetherness sturdy once again-so it can with- BELOW OLYMPUS By Inland self, his administration, the ( of a background series on the Southern Appa

";I i formed with tender smiles and brief American people in groups, lachians, one of the objectives of the nation's proposed "waron
stand the mightiest of seas. 1 and as a unit). "You say poverty.")

i handclasps. ?i1oo'J Dfrrle oAD- RS (ask) what individuals can do WASHINGTON Until the Civil War not much was heardof

(t On hand is a leader for the job. "RS \ (to enlist with the Presidentin the people of the Southern Appalachians. The poorer

But not in Gainesville. He is City Commissioner Jim Rich- 16ftWjg BiRc errs 1. a war on poverty) We among them were referred to as "mountain whites." This

ardson. # STINK h THE 4IET :YALLACe hope we can find a way that was not to differentiate them from Negroes there were

I The City Commission last week 1 :s ) (business people) can donate none; or almost none, in the Cumberlands, the Great Smokies t

firmly padlocked the door of thecity's PHOOEY 011 fUOOiY off' aolsto money that they are now donating and the Blue Ridge. The phrase identifies them with the
I :Mr. Richardson is new on the Com- EiowgTL.R ijoKIISO\l to foundations for gen- whites of lowlands who occupied the same social and economic
best-attended and best-estab-
\ coNSrRvnrrFsoN
mission. But during his campaignlast 'I\\I1S1 eral causes. We hope we can status.

\ I lished youth outlet, the weekend March, he advanced an idea ys tf t \ 1.. J t I b find a way that they can donate John Fox Jr., whose novels of the Appalachians were

j teen-age dances. What sparked the 1", additional money to spon- widely read in the early years of the century wrote: "The
readycut to cure the ills of the Mo'ttf\
: cloture was an effort by two Negro tl) '..: I; I t tv"oe sor local projects labor (Southern) mountaineer was discovered..at the beginningof
Gainesville youth recreation pro- : ; and''ave the Civil War, when the Confederate leaders counting
couples to integrate the white dances. 1oktn\ )JJ \ people can go out were
gram. on the presumption that the Mason Dixon Line,.divided
\.1tA S nurseries, take care of little -
An arrest followed when drunken \
1, fl children while the mother is the North and South... The plan seemed so feasible that :it, 1 is
whites attempted to dance with said materially to have aided the sale of
He observed two months ago that \ working. They can provide Confederate bonds
J the Negro girls. Gainesville needs OfS 1 t4"t; I t teachers to teach folksto in England..but the (loyal) Southern mountaineerhelped
..ni an extended treat- ,1'r read and write who don't hold Kentucky in the Union; kept the east Tennesseans royal,
ment program for race relations. He made West. Virginia secede
Fear of racial violence is the prime II' kiL1 know how from secession produced more
: called for a "Citizens Task Force"to i''. I" "We can conduct schoolsin than 100,000 volunteers..,Jackson County, Kentucky t for example -

reason for closing both Negro and help solve segregation problems, .. I. ( our homes in that respect.We depleted itself of every male under 60 years of age

white youth activities. But other in co-operation with the existing Bi- I can appeal to the labor and over 15..."

: reasons included (1) lack of physical Racial Committee. \\) unions contribute The mountain people owned land but no slaves. The

'I, facilities and ((2)) inadequate super- Observing school :. > 2IJY to these 500,000 boys that are national feeling from the Revolutionary War had,-Bot died
vision which encouraged drinking with the : being sent back each year out. Mountain men remembered King's Mountain. Over many
obvious need for planning, he stated: c because they are not fit for a fireplace, on the deer-horn racks, were long rifles that
and other abuses. had been fired in defense of the
the army We can try to flag.

"If the city and county don't 54Vf24b4$1 OIS6au5Nct(n TMCs find new jobs for them, create This is why the mountain men were largely Republican
; But the city's statement is damning pre- new opportunities in the vice in national politics until the 1930s. Some of that loyalty per
for it
pare they'll be in the positionof
1 "It is becoming increasingly "When I call myself an independent, units where they mightfit sists into our time. But once the Civil War was done, the
difficult to a fire department putting out in there are a good mountains fell back into Rip Van Winkle slumber, broken
give I
more independent
proper super- fires. I think this task force wouldbe mean only by feuds, most of them fired by the bitterness of the
vision and attention to the large Civil War division.It .
one of the finest things this com-
number of teenagers attending these munity could do to prepare for it." THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT was not until after the turn of the century that timber,
functions." minerals, coal and water power caused roads to be pushed

I into the mountains. Change came too fast. The mountains,
II Obviously, :Mr. Richardson's hour men said, started to die.
I In short, the city closed down
has come. Protest Vote Grows By 1930 the U. S. Census Bureau noted the Appalachians
the youth functions because they are held the highest concentration of
-- - low income farms in the
popular-because they fill a need. In Gainesville's recreation nation. The density of farm population was roughly 50 per

there pro- By DAVID LAWRENCE gin of about 4 to 1 selectedthe results of other local electionsin cent greater than in the better farming areas of the Mid
I gram is (1)) a need for leader- Northern cities, like Philadelphia west. The people on the rugged Cumberland Plateau
[, Apply pitiless logic: The city must WASHINGTON President unpledged slate sponsored were
cut off the water because increas- ship (2) in the area of youth activi- by Alabama's Governor where the Neg roes the lowest income group in the United States. Six counties
ties ((3)) with racial overtones. Thisis Johnson may wishfully agree Wallace. have been voting in a bloc and had more than half their population on relief..in the coal

i ing numbers of residents irrigate the starting place for Mr. Richard with the widely held theory the whites have been taking counties the relief figure was 21.8 per cent.
their lawns. Firemen must be laid that since he comes from the side.GOVERNOR The mountaineer had
son's "Citizens Task SEPARATE VOTING was the opposite a wry humor about his farms. The
Force. From he will the entire
off because the city is having too the South carry required for each of the can- fields were as steep, sometimes steeper, than their cabin
many fires. Police must be fired be- pattern he establishes, all else region in the election this didates for the eleven electo- WELSH, who roofs. Many fields were 45-degree slopes. "Many the hill

cause the crime rate is The hos- can be solved. year, but he isn't taking any ral positions. One unp 1 dged ran as a "stand-in" for Pres- of corn I've propped up with a rock to keep it from falling
up. chances. He actually began "
elector was victorious by a to- ident Johnson in last week'sprimary downhill, a mountain farmer would say with truth.
pital must be closed because too The alternative is a long hot sum- his presidential campaign last tal of 427,000 to 80,000. An- in Indiana, failed to There are tales in the hills of farmers who fell out of their
many people are sick. week with a speech making other unpledged elector won carry a single all-white pre- fields and broke their necks.It .
mer, made longer
and hotter with tour of of the South-
some by 430,000 to 93,000. All the cinct in Gary. The Gary Post was the depression of the 1930's that changed the prac-
aimless youth on the streets-prey ern states.A Tribune commented that poli- tices of 200 in one brief decade. Public
So while youth clamors for social others also obtained over- years works, the
contacts in to whim and restlessness and clandes- size up, therefore, just whelming majorities. There tical strategists must take notice Civilian Conservation Corps, relief, all served to substitute a
a healthy atmosphere made Senator Strom Thur-
tine contacts and mobism. by were some precincts in which when an area like highly money economy for subsistence status. Dams, roads schools,
the city darkens the light and slams mond of South Carolina, Dem-
the vote ran as high as 40 to industrialized and heavily un- all served to reduce isolation. The rugged individual was
the door. And shall ocrat, is pertinent. In a CBS 1 and in others 20 to 1 in favor ionized Lake County turns glad to have a better standard of living and some cash in
we wish for the peaceful radio interview, "Capitol President Johnson. hand. But his small farm
of the unpledged electors. against was not large enough to fit into
The City Fathers like sailors "
are summers of the Cloakroom, the other day
past.we the
elections of benefits.
Oddly enough, the unpledg e d These are important pattern agricultural Elsewhere farmers were
Mr. Thurmond was questioned electors ran extremely well in because they show that cutting back production. The mountain farmer had always

as to how President John- North Alabama, which is TVA the protest vote against the scrabbled a meager living out of his steep acres. He could
son would fare politically in territory and the area in "civil rights" bill has b een not cut back.Industrialization.

I I the South next November. The which anti Wallace v o tes growing in recent months. So came. But losses in mining, forestry and

Voice of the reply was: would be expected.The the Republicans must decid e farming followed swiftly on the heels of the Second World

PeopleOn "Of course, this civil-rights voter discontent in the whether they will lose more in War and its demands for fuel, timber and minreals. Today,
bill could have its effect. AndI
the the Southern
the North by championing appalachians constitute a major pool of unemployment -
would say, if a very strong South was the basis prior to and
bill unequivocally, or whethera desperate poverty. They have the largest shareof
f The Sun's civil rights bill is not pass- last November for a wide- middle-of-the-road position depressed noncommercial agriculture and mining.
PageOp.n.ont ed, that President Johnson spread assumption that Sen- toward the issue will have to Since 1933 when the South was named the nation's Number

and comments of Sun reader ore welcome| in the Voice of the would run well. But if a ator Goldwater might be giv- be adopted on the stump. One economic problem the region as a whole has made
People column. Letters
must be signed ond bear the writers address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should strong civil rights bill is en the presidential nomina- This could mean that, if Sen- real recovery one that has attracted national attention.
not exceed 500 words ond must be written on only side of the passed it could affect him tion of the Republican Party Cotton
one former has been reduced.
paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ator Goldwater or Tenancy is all but abolished. Yet,
Sun reserves the right to reiect any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's down there considerably." by reason of his strength in the
intent. meaning orTrade Vice President Nixon is nominated one big sub-region Appalachia lags far behind. Its
the Southern states. This view, either one would prob- plight requires special attention. (In 1912 specialists were

have been WHEN THE South Carolina however was considerably al- ably during the campaign as- pleading in vain for help for Appalachia.) ,
PolicyI11Co11SIstCti helping Russia promised to the Senator then asked tered when Vice President 1
re-open thing was The of the 20th
through trade. sail certain sections of the coming Century has all but ended the
and he gave the same reasonsas whether there might even bea Lyndon Johnson, a native Tex-
"civil rights" bill on consti- parochialism and isolation of the people of the mountains.But i
t During the Korean War, rub- you to justify the increase- third party in the South, he an, succeeded to the presidency. -
ber oil tutional grounds, while main- no way yet has been found to bring them into a shareof
EDITOR, Sun: The article steel aluminum, elec- namely that 100 and more of- said: But the voting in Alabama for the 20th
l trical taining support in general century's opportunities. The war on poverty in-
in the May 5 issue of the Sun wire and equipment other copper ficials in a couple of states already "Well, of course, if a strong indicates clearly that thereis the principle of "equal rights cludes politics but it is, nonetheless, at least 50 years ''
entitled "Soviet Bloc Trade strategic ma- got higher salaries civil rights bill is passed andit an opposition to Mr. John- and overdue.
equal opportunity.
reminds me of Lenin's proph- terials were shipped to the than the poor congressmen.To is enforced, and if it brings son inside the Democrat

ecy that capitalist greed could Chinese Communists by the me, this would indicate tyranny to the people party to the Republican Par-

be counted on to bail out the Socialist Labor government in only that the politicians in which, in my judgment, it ty if Senator Goldwater be- .
i Communists in case of need. Great Britain. That was a these states have been very will and if all of that comes the Republican presi- POTOMAC FEVER

Russia and her satellites are war that was never won but kind to themselves. should occur before the election dential nominee.IF r "
our boys lost their lives By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau _; i
having economic trouble and With a fairly good ideaas it's possible that a third
our trade with them is bail- through a policy of trading to the salaries paid to party would get considerab 1 e ON THE ether hand LBJ tells southerners to forget their oud prejudices. This is a new :world.

ing them out.Economic. with the enemy and of ap men in private life, in busi- votes. They might even get any of the other men being Look at him-he even gets along now with the humane society.

I history has peasement. ness and education who would enough votes to throw the mentioned for the presidential --

much to offer at this time. When will we ever learn rate bead and shoulder above election (into the House of nomination should be selected Dean Rusk wants European countries to make Castro pay cash-.We don't

\ Prior to World war I and that it is an inconsistent policy the general low caliber of Representatives). But it's impossible by the Republican Na- nind a few buses and locomotives, but we hate to see them kick around that

even during that conflict, to spend billions for defense most of our representatives, to say at this time tional Convention it is q u i te jrand old American institution, the credit card.

t British traders sold strategic to protect us from our it is hard for me to see how what the situation will be." likely that President J o h n- --

goods to the enemy. enemies and turn around and they are worth the $22,000 they Only a few days ago there son will carry all of the South Rocky says the GOP can win, with the right candidate. That may be so
i In the 1930's when Mussolini strengthen them through already get along with the was a significant happeni n g with the exception of Alaba- but who would want to go back to Washington after living in Palm Springs? ,
was carrying on a policyof trade? fringe benefits that men in pri- in the state of Alabama. A ma and Mississippi. Thus the --

agression in Ethiopia, an MURRAY W. SHIELDS vate life could never hope for. regular Democratic Party opportunity of the Republicans Bud Wilkinson, the ex-football coach who's running for the senate in Oklahoma -

attempt was made to place an The current request for a slate had been put on the bal- to gain electoral votes in ought to fit right in if he wins. He always emphasized blocking

oil embargo on Italy to weaken Slaps Pay Raise mere increase of six ,or sev- lot, pledged to vote for the the South is to a large extent more than passing.Nixon .. more
Mussolini. The western en thousand dollars in itselfis party nominee presumably related to the possible nomi- --

European countries refused to To Congressiner more than theyearly in- President Johnson. The slate nation of Senator Goldwater.It says there's a lot of prejudice in the north, too. That's true but there

go along. Copper and other come of most of our workinf was backed by Alabama'sown has become increasingly are still some who think it's going pretty far when the cops use polIce-dogs '
strategic materials were sold EDITOR Sun: You receny opulatio and I wonder how senators, John Spark- evident, moreover, that thereis Harvard boys. on

to Hitler within a few month, > had an editorial commending lie bill would fare it put t< man and, Lister Hill, both of also a protest vote inside -, -. .. .... "t "_11 s_ .. y 4
of the outbreak of World WarII the bill to provide the leg ,a national referendum. whom had made it clear that lhe Democratic ,Partyinthe- .:'T.a says you can't arrest a congressman- whilecongress.- ; ... 'i- '

in 1939. alized steal that House mem- For myself, I will watch they will vote against the Northern states. This was ion. And there's your problem: when it's not in session he's Is ses-

An economic boycott is a bers in Washington are tryingto closely the senators and rep- "civil rights' bill now pendingin manifested by the oppositionvotes real harm. not. _doing.... any
sound principle to apply to enemy put over.I resentatives who vote for this the Senate. Yet when it recorded for Governor L

s nations. Castro has been wrote in opposition to bill. came to choosing presidential Wallace in the Wisconsin and Some of the commentators have been unkind to .i
getting help from Russia andY Senator Dirkson who had JOHN W. HASTINGS electors, the voters by a mar- Indiana primaries, and by the that in the Indiana primary even Harold Stassen got a lot of They votes.Pointed out


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: I 6 Gainesville Sun Wednesday. May 13, 1964
r ___ ,
tiara Service will meet today,i worship 11 a.m.; and evening

COLORED NEWS .bittt ['r t5 7:30 p.m. in the second unit of.worship, 6 p.m. .Rev.. B. *. I

church. Mrs. K. D. Childs, pres Weary pastor.Friendship .
ident. The Methodist Men will Baptist Sunday
rl <&afttt5Utll .iun B. F. Childs, Colored News Editor BRIDGET SELINA LEE meet today, 7:30 p.m. in the School 9;30 any: : morning
Final rites for little Bridg!
dining James Steward 'ta.m"and evening
room. worship, :
NOTICE band to the school to perform. Selina Lee of 1117 N.E. 25th St., F
; president. Choir No.1 will have worship, 7 p.m. Rev. D.
The pastor, membershi>> The Student Council will have who died May 8 at the Uni-
f and friends of the Mt. Carmel, charge of this affair. Parker versity Tea ching Hospital following -p.m. J. C. Rawls president.Rev. White, pastor. I

a' President 'and Baptist Church will leave the hopes by visiting the schools in a brief illness will be W. M. Ferguson pastor. Newberry. Mt. Zora Baptist ,
\ 'l church 2:15 for his attendance area, that he will Shady Grove Primitive Bap- Baptism will be conducted
... rablUheri PAT COWLES. tlce Prt W Sunday at p.m. conducted today at the Hughes
1 dealt ED JOHNSON. Vie President Hawthorne to conduct a joint be able to acquaint more stu- & Chestnut Memorial Chap e 1. tist There will be a business Sunday at 11 a.m.; The candidates

. 7 Florida's Beautiful and Execitltt Editor W. G. (Bill) service at the Galilee Baptist dents with the band and there She will lie in state at the chapel meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m. are urged to be present I

EBEESOLE. Vie President TASTAG and Advertlsinf Church with Rev B. C. Clinton, encourage more students to become frmm 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. In- Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist and on time. The public is in- I

University City' LIONE. Vie Directed Pretident BOB u. CreoU- host pastor. The choirs andushers active participants in the terment will follow in the Pine Sunday School, 9:30 ajn.; sited.

log Manager.i are asked to serve. Rev. band. Grove Cemetery. morning worship, 11 a.m.; and

T.. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther Pre-School Bridgett was the daughter of evening worship 6 p.m. Rev.

I t. :: THE SUN'S POLICY W. Hamm, reporter. RoundupThe Mrs. Geraldine Lee of Gain e s- H. Kinsey, pastor. NEWBERRY NEWS

1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. Newberry Elementary ville. Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Ailing In Hospital
: .. 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in--but only in-editorials PLANS CONVENTION School is having its Pre-School Hughes & Chestnut Funeral School, 10 ajn.; morning wor- Rev. H. D. Blakley is ailingin

;. ;\.. .'. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The District Women's Home'Round-Up for First Graders, Home in charge. ship, 11 a.m.; and evening wore the Alachua General Hospital. -
Mission and 15. Parents are encouraged
Educational Convention
Friday, May ship, 6 p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis,
The members of Mt. Zora
.--.- : The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 auxiliary of the, Jerusalem .. to register their children pastor; Mrs.. Catherine McGill,
Baptist Church and also
-, : Want Ads-376-4672 Missionary Baptist Association that they have that will be MRS. ROSA MAE DUVAL reporter.St. asked to. visit him. Robert

with Rev. T. D. Davis,, six years old on or before Jane .
Mrs. Rosa Mae Duval of Ala- Paul C. M. E. Morning Williams, reporter.
moderator, will be held at th : uary 1, 1965. Please bring a chua died'May 11 at the Univer-
....,.. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church with I birth certificate to verify the I
sity Teaching Hospital followinga
It's Time for That Task Force9The
: Rev. L. A. Tillman as host t: childs age. brief illness. Mrs. Duval has i

.. .... pastor, here, May 2124. Mrs. It is very necessary that the lived in Alachua for a numberof : CONSCIENCE OF
long hot summer beckons. who find a leak in their boat. They L. A. Williams, president; Mrs. parents or guardian come, be- years. I
Hattie Primes, recording secretary cause there are vital questionsthat Funeral will be:
promptly blow a hole in the arrangements THE
bigger Mrs. Esther W. Hamm must be answered by the SOUTH
.. ; ,
at announced by Hughes & Chest
I\i Fat frogs will post bottom (to let the water out), close reporter. parent. It is not necessary to nut Funeral Home.
i the door to harvest the bugs and bring the child. I
the hatch, and go about their way- By RALPH McGILLFnlltsrr .
panting dogs will burrow the cool BROOKER NEWS Grades 5th through 8th will relit Winning Publisher s
earth and the older set will sip tea calmly unconcerned with the water Ailing In HospitalMrs. present their Annual Spring Operetta MRS. AGNES HUGHES Of the Atlanta, (Ga.) Constitution )\

lapping at their ankles. Queen Cooper is ailingin entitled "Sleepy Head"on
before the TV tube and shouting Mrs. Agnes Hughes of 623
14 at 8
Thursday, May p.m.
the Alachua General Hospi-
c .N.W. 4th Ave., died at her
[ will clot together
{ll youngsters tal. Mrs. Cooper's friends wish in the Newberry Elementary
'. t streetlights to share their fantasies. We come to the obvious point that for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. School Cafetorium. We are asking home ness. Monday after a brief ill- The Southern

the answer to Gainesville's problemis Nellie Moore, reporter. all parents and friends of She was the sister of Mrs. ,

I It: And eager youth will shrug off the an accelerated youth program. Not GUEST CHOIR seeing the area their to come children out and in action.enjoy Georgianna Ballard of the Rut- r

I: winter and the burdens of school, only must the hole in the boat be The St. Matthew Baptist -I This operetta is sponsored by ledge Community. Mountaineers t
and it will tingle with awakened Mrs. M. Roberts and F. G. Duncan Brothers, morticians, !
, Church of Alachua Choir will: Ivy .
\ plugged, the hull reinforced, the will announce funeral arrange- .
WI senses and seek its own social worlda sides braced, and the ship made be guest choir at the Mt. Olive Wingate, Jr. ments later. .

fragile world of togetherness Primitive Baptist Church on the (Second of a background series on the Southern Appa 1'
I sturdy once again-so it can with- fourth Sunday in May at 3 IN MEMORIAMIn :
formed with tender smiles and brief lachians, one of the objectives of the nation's proposed "waron
stand the loving of our dear MRS. EVA
mightiest of seas. Rev. R. Kinsey pastor; Mrs.' memory STURKS BROWN poverty.")
: handclasps. Daisy Dasher, reporter. friend, Mrs. Henrietta Nelson,
\ who was called to her heavenly Mrs. Eva Sturks-Brown, of WASHINGTON Until the Civil War not much was heardof

-'"' On hand is a leader for the job. HAMPTON NEWS reward May 14, 1963. Husband, the Rutledge Community, died I the people of the Southern Appalachians. The poorer
in Gainesville.
(\ : But not He is City Commissioner Jim Rich- Slates ProgramThe Madison Nelson and the Maxey at her home Monday after a among them were referred to as "mountain whites." This

ardson. Philadelphia Baptist' family. lingering illness. was not to differentiate them from Negroes there were

The City Commission last week Church of Waldo will render a I She was the mother of Charlie none, or almost none, in the Cumberlands, the Great Smokiesand
_.. firmly padlocked the door of the program at the Macedonia Baptist -, TEA SET Smith, Mark Shirks and the Blue Ridge. The phrase identifies them with the
Mr. Richardson is the Com-
city's best-attended and best-estab- new on Church at Hampton, tomorrow There will be a "Queen Five Miss Janie Sturke. whites of lowlands who occupied the same social and eco-

>I 1 ...., mission. But during his campaignlast at 8 p.m. Point Tea" sponsored by the Duncan Brothers, morticians, nomic status.
outlet the weekend
\ lished youth March, he advanced an idea Parsonage of the Mt. Pleasant will announce funeral arrange John Fox Jr., whose novels of the Appalachians were

I teenage dances. What sparked the readycut to cure the ills of the TO MEET I Methodist Church, Sunday, May ments later. widely read in the early years of the century, wrote: "The

I .. cloture was an effort by two Negro Gainesville youth recreation The members of the Juvenile I 17, at 4:30: p.m. "until" on the (Southern) mountaineer was discovered..at the beginning I
the white dances. pro- 4:30 "until" on thechurch's of the Civil War, when the Confederate leaders were count
couples to integrate Lodge No. 113 choral group are I : p.m. II
gram. NOTICEPersons ing on the presumption that the
Mason-Dixon Line divided
.... An arrest followed when drunken asked to meet at the home of II lawn. I
4 This promises be an unusual the North and South... The plan seemed so feasible that it is
Mrs. Gussie Ross, of 704 S. W.
dance with who are planningto
\ whites to
\ ? attempted He observed two months ago that 5th Terrace on Friday at 5:30 event. The first held. in said materially to have aided the sale of Confederate bonds
take the trip to Tampa on
the Negro girls. 'In England..but the (loyal) ,Southern mountaineer
I Gainesville.The helped '
Gainesville for rehearsal. Mrs. P. L
needs an extended treat- p.m. Sunday, May 24, are asked to
hold Kentucky in the Union kept the east Tennesseans
Scott members and friends are ; loyal,
I' I ment program for race relations. He reporter. :submit their applications and made West secede I'
invited. Virginia from secession produced more
Fear of racial violence is the prime
called also fares Saturday, May 16, to
for than
"Citizens Task
a Force"to NOTICE 100,000 volunteers..Jackson County, Kentucky: for example
for closing both Negro and the following : Mrs. G.
I reason help solve segregation problems, SLATES MEETINGThe persons depleted itself of every male under 60 years, of age
choral of
The LodgeNo. Ross Mrs. Ona Mrs.P. .
white youth activities. But other group Pyles, or and over 15..."
.. in co-operation with the existing Bi- 113 is asked to meet in a Pallbearers' Lodge No. L. Scott. Miss A. L .Sim- -
included (1)) lack of physical The mountain people owned land but no"staves.. The
reasons 54, pride of Gainesville, will -
Committee. Observing school call meeting at the home of Mr.. mons, president of lodge; Miss
facilities and ((2)) inadequate super- desegregation is inevitable with and Mrs. Charlie Ross, 704 S. W. meet at the regular meeting T. M. Fox, president of choral national feeling from the Revolutionary War had 'not died
the out. Mountain
vision which encouraged drinking 5th Terrace, today at 7:30: p.m. place on Thursday at 8 p.m. group; Mrs. P. L. Scott, director men King's'Mountain. Over manya
*? and other abuses. obvious need for planning, he stated: for rehearsal. During the meeting, there' > and reporter. fireplace, on the deer-horn racks, were long! .rifles! that i
will be reports given from the had been fired in defense of the flag. -' II

"If the city and county don't NEWBERRYSCHOOL delegates who attend .the Grand This is why the mountain men were largely Republican !

But the city's statement is damn- pare for it, they'll be in the positionof pre- The faculty and student body Lodge and also the election of CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. in national politics until the '1930s Some of that loyalty per- '
ing 1 "It is becoming increasinglymore will be favored with a treat Friday officers. Fred Alexander, president sists into our time. But once the Civil War was Q.le. the

difficult to give proper super- a fire department putting out May 15, at 1 p.m. Richard ; Mrs. Ella Dray ton, re Pleasant Methodist mountains fell back into Rip Van Winkle slumber, broken
fires. I think this task force wouldbe Parker will bring his concert porter. The Woman's Society of Chris- only by feuds, most of them fired by the bitterness of the .
vision and attention to the
Civil War division.
one of the finest things this com- i
number of teenagers attending these munity could do to prepare for it." THE CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT It was not until after the turn of the century that timber, \f
functions." minerals, coal and water power caused roads to be pushed t

into the mountains. Change came too fast. The mountains, !i
Obviously, Mr. Richardson's hour men said, started to die. j
In short, the city closed down
has come. Protest Vote Grows By 1930 the U. S. Census Bureau noted the Appalachians
f the youth functions because they are - held the highest concentration of low income farms in the I'
i popular-because they fill a need. In Gainesville's recreation nation. The density of farm population was roughly 50 percent 1
pro- By DAVID LAWRENCE gin of about 4 to 1 selectedthe results of other local electionsin greater than in the better farming areas of the Mid i\

4 Apply pitiless logic: The city must gram there is (1)) a need for leader- WASHINGTON President unpledged slate sponsored Northern cities, like Phila west. The people on the rugged Cumberland Plateau were 1

( ship ((2) in the area of youth activi- by Alabama's Governor delphia, where the Neg roes the lowest income group in the United States. Six counties
off the
cut water because increas- Johnson
ties ((3) with racial overtones. Thisis may wishfully agree Wallace. have been voting in a bloc and had more than half their population on relief..in the coal
ing numbers of residents irrigate the starting place for :Mr. Richard- with the widely held theory the whites have been takingthe counties the relief figure was 21.8 per cent.

: their lawns. Firemen must be laid son's "Citizens that, since he comes from the SEPARATE VOTING was opposite side.GOVERNOR The mountaineer had a wry humor about his farms. The
Task Force. From South he will the entire
off because the city is having too carry required for each of the can- fields were as steep, sometimes steeper, than their cabin
many fires. Police must be fired be- the pattern he establishes, all else region in the election this didates for the eleven electoral WELSH, who roofs. Many fields were 45-degree slopes. "Many the hill
but he isn't
can be solved. year, taking any positions. One unp I dged ran as a "stand-in" for Pres- of corn I've propped up with a rock to keep it from falling
the crime rate is The hos-
cause chances. He actually began
up. "
elector was victorious by a total ident Johnson in last week's downhill a mountain farmer would say with truth.
pital must be closed because too The alternative is a long hot his presidential campaign last of 427,000 to 80,000. An- primary in Indiana, failed to There are tales in the hills of farmers who fell out of their
sum- week with a speech makingtour
I many people are sick. other unpledged elector won carry a single all-white pre fields and broke their necks.It .
mer, made longer and hotter of of the Southern
with some by 430,000 to 93,000. All the cinct in Gary. The Gary Post was the depression of the 1930's that changed the prac-

So while youth clamors for social aimless youth on the streetspreyto states.A others also obtained; over- Tribune commented that poli- tices of 200 years in one brief decade. Public works, the
whim and restlessness and clandes- size up therefore, just whelming majorities. There tical strategists must take no- Civilian Conservation Corps, relief, all served to substitute a
contacts in healthy made Senator Strom Thur-
a atmosphere
tine contacts and mobism. were some precincts in which tice when an area like highly money economy for subsistence status. Dams, roads, schools
It the city darkens the light and slams mond of South Carolina, Dem- the vote ran as high as 40 to industrialized and heavily un- all served to reduce isolation. The rugged individual was ;

the door. ocrat, is pertinent. In a CBS 1 and in others 20 to 1 in fa- ionized Lake County turns glad to have a better standard of living and some cash in
And we shall wish for the radio interview "Capitol
peaceful. vor of the unpledged electors. against President Johnson. hand. But his small farm was not large enough to fit into
if f The City Fathers are like sailors, summers of the past. Cloakroom," the other day the of '
Oddly enough the unpledg e d These elections are important pattern agricultural benefits. Elsewhere farmers were ,
I Mr. Thurmond was questioned electors ran extremely well in because they show that cutting back production. The mountain farmer had always '

li, as to how President John- North Alabama, which is TVA the protest vote against the scrabbled a meager living out of his steep acres. He could i

'I'' son would fare politically in territory and the area in "civil rights" bill has b een not cut back.Industrialization.

the South next November. The which anti Wallace v o tes growing in recent months. So came. But losses in mining, forestry and {

Voice of the People reply was: ? would be expected.The the Republicans must decid farming followed swiftly on the heels of the Second World ;

P "Of course, this civilrightsbill whether they will lose more in War and its demands for fuel, timber and minreals. Today,
voter discontent in the
could have its effect. AndI
the the Southern constitute of
the North championing appalachians a major pool unem-
would say if a very strong South was the basis prior to t
bill unequivocally, or whethera ployment and desperate poverty. They have the largest shareof 1
civil rights bill is not pass- last November for a wide- noncommercial and .,
On The Sun's middle-of-the-road position depressed agriculture mining.
=== 3
Opinion Page==== ed, that President Johnson spread assumption that Sen- toward the issue will have to Since 1938 when the South was named the nation's Number
would run well. But if a ator Goldwater might be given One economic problem the region whole has made
and comments of Sun readers be adopted on the stump. as a
Options are wtlcome in the Voice
the People column.
and bear the writers, address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter Letters should strong civil rights bill is the presidential nomina- This could mean that, if Sen- real recovery one that has attracted national attention.
I not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The passed it could affect him tion of the Republican Party ator Goldwater or former Cotton has been reduced. Tenancy is all but abolished. Yet,

Sun Intent resefres. the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning, or down there considerably." by reason of his strength in Vice President Nixon is nom- the one big sub-region Appalachia lags far behind. Its

t the Southern states. This view, inated, either one would prob- plight requires special attention. (In 1912 specialists were
WHEN THE South Carolina however was considerably altered ably during the campaign as- pleading in vain for help for Appalachia.)
Trade PolicvInconsistent we have been helping Russia promised to re-open the thing Senator was then asked when Vice President sail certain sections of the The coming of the 20th Century has all but ended the i

j through trade. and he gave the same reasonsas whether there might even bea Lyndon Johnson, a native Tex- "civil rights" bill on consti- parochialism and isolation of the people of the mountains.But .

( During the Korean War, rub- you to justify the increase- third party in the South, he an, succeeded to the presidency. tutional grounds, while main- no way yet has been found to bring them into a shareof

EDITOR Sun: The articlein ber trical oil, steel, aluminum elec- namely that 100 and more of- said: But the voting in Alabama taining support in general for the 20th century's opportunities. The war on poverty in-

the May 5 issue of the Sun wire equipment copper ficials in a couple of states already "Well, of course if a strong indicates clearly that thereis the principle of "equal rights cludes politics but it is, nonetheless, at least 50 years
entitled "Soviet Bloc Trade and other strategic ma- got higher salaries civil rights bill is passed and an opposition to Mr. John- and equal opportunity." overdue.

reminds me of Lenin's prophecy terials were shipped to the than the poor congressmen.To it is enforced, and if it brings son inside the Democrat

that capitalist greed couldbe Chinese Communists by the me, this would indicate tyranny to the people party to the Republican Par-

counted on to bail out the Socialist Labor government in only that the politicians in which, in my judgment it ty if Senator Goldwater be- '
Communists in case of need. Great Britain. That was a these states have been very will and if all of that comes the Republican presi-.

Russia and her satellites are war that was never won but kind to themselves.With should occur before the elec- dential nominee. Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau i
trouble and our boys lost their lives ideaas tion it's third
having economic a fairly good possible that a
our trade with them is bail- through a policy of trading to the salaries paid to party would get considerab 1 e IF, ON THE other hand, LBJ tells southerners to forget their oud prejudices. This is a new world.

ing them out.Economic. with the enemy and of ap men in private life, in busi- votes. They might even get any of the other men being Look at him-he even gets along now with the humane society. I

history has peasement. ness and education who would enough votes to throw the mentioned for the presidential -

much to offer at this time. When will we ever learn rate bead and shoulder above election (into the House of nomination should be selected Dean Rusk wants European countries to make Castro pay cash. We don't j

Prior to World war I and that it is an inconsistent policy the general low caliber of Representatives). But it's impossible by the Republican Na- mind a few buses and locomotives, but we hate to see them kick around that

even during that conflict, to spend billions for defense most of our representatives, to say at this time tional Convention, it is qui te grand old American institution, the credit card.

British traders sold strategic to protect us from our it is hard for me to see how what the situation will be." likely that President J o h n- --

goods to the enemy.In enemies and turn around and they are worth the $22,000 they Only a few days ago there son will carry all of the South Rocky: says the GOP can win, with the right candidate. That may be so,

the 1930's when Mussolini strengthen them through already get along with the was a significant happeningin with the exception of Alabama but who would want to go back to Washington after living in Palm Springs?

i was carrying on a policyof trade? fringe benefits that men in private the state of Alabama. A and MississippL Thus the --

agression in Ethiopia, an MURRAY W. SHIELDS life could never hope for. regular Democratic Party opportunity of the Republicans Bud Wilkinson, the ex-football coach who's running for the senate in Okla-

attempt was made to place anail The current request for a slate had been put on the ballot to gain electoral votes in homa, ought to fit right in if he wins. He always emphasized blocking. more

embargo on Italy to weaken Slaps Pay Raise mere increase of six or sev- pledged to vote for the the South is to "a large extent more than passing. -

Mussolini. The western en thousand dollars in itselfis party nominee presumably related to the possible nomi- --

European countries refused to To Congressmen more than the yearly in- President Johnson. The slate nation of Senator Goldwater.It Nixon says there's a lot of prejudice in the north, too. That's true, but' thereare

go along. Copper and other come of most of our working was backed by Alabama'sown has become increasingly still some who think it's going pretty far when the cops use police dogs on

strategic materials were sold EDITOR, Sun: You recently population and I wonder how senators, John Spark- evident, moreover that thereIs Harvard boys..

to Hitler within a few monthsof had an editorial commending the bill would .fare it put to man and Lister Hill, both of also a protest vote inside --

the outbreak of -World War the bill to provide the leg- a national referendum.' .whom had made it clear that the Democratic Party in the Now a judge says you can't arrest a congressman :while congress is in -ses-

XL"" in 1939.. alized steal that House members For myself, I will watch they will vote against the Northern states. This was sion. And there's your problem: when it's not in. session. he's nol-doingany. i .
An economic boycott is a in Washington are tryingto closely the senators and rep- "civil rights" bill now pendingin manifested by the oppositionvotes real harm. # -

sound principle to apply to en- put over.I resentatives who vote for this. the Senate. Yet, when it recorded for Governor -_ 1

emy nations Castro has been wrote opposition to bilL came to choosing presidential Wallace in the Wisconsin and Some of the commentators! have bee unkind .tQ ValIac ../:t heijr. pointed*out .

.getting help from Russia and'k Senator Dirkson who had JOHN W. HASTINGS electors, the voters by a mar- Indiana primaries, and by the that in the Indiana primary even Harold Stassen.got-a lot of-votea.I' .-* ... *..

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Wednesday May 13, 1954 Gainesville Sun 7 iI i

I Women Wed :f? Ag Club worn O f n FflnD THE f fffl1L I L LRuth I Senior/ Girls'i' i!

To i I AnnualPicnic Weimer Women's Editor:: Tea Is/ Thursday j

: I Power .> ,

i I Fetes Mrs. Senior girls of Gainesvilleand gon; Miss Lois Wheeler and

)? s Party Doig P. K. Yonge High Schools Mrs. R. E. L. Greene; Miss Su-
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON and their mothers will be hon- san Shaw and Mrs. Woodrow
AP Newsfeatures Writer ored with Graduation Tea
a Shaw; Mrs. Carlos Proctor and

(EDITORS NOTE: Every day, chapter by chapter, the American Swimming sunning and good tomorrow afternoon from 4 to Miss Linda Proctor; Miss Sue
food featured the UF Agricul--
5:30 o'clock at the home of the
I and Mrs. M. C. Baker Miss
I press chronicles the story of Claudia Taylor Johnson, tural Women's Club annual picnic ,
President of the University of
helpmeet of unequivocably the world's most influential man, Bea Nettles and Mrs. Victor Net.
Saturday at Camp Wau-
Lyndon B. Johnson, President of these United States.It Florida 2151 West University ties; Miss Catherine McClaneand
burg. this last function of I Avenue.
Mrs. T. K. McClaine. I
is the way of this nation and its people to live vicariously the club, 594 members, their Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, who Three junior girls, Miss Genie I

the experiences of the great lady in her unique positionin families and guests enjoyed the r has offered her home for the White of PKY and Miss Jane I

the White House as wife, mother, as well as voice and Wauburg facilities and picnic I. tea, will head the receivingline Arrington and Miss Gail Von

inspiration for many American wins and mothers in less supper. which will be composed of Popering, GHS, will provide
Special invited for the
awesome abodes. guests GHS and PKY class officers,
afternoon music during the tea hours. J JI
included President
But seldom do we in America, nor do their own people Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz, Vice-Pres-an !presidents and of their the mothers.girls' service I Although they do not have senior '

: for that matter see much of or read much about the First ident and Mrs. Harry Philpott, (clubs daughters, Mrs. Wilbur

I Ladies of other countries. Mrs. J. Hillis Miller, Dr. and< The party has been arranged Harling Jr. and Mrs. John
iF x 1 by a committee of 30 mothersof Flowers have offered to
Mrs. John J. Tigert Dr. and arrangeall
Who are these gossamer women behind the powerful men on senior girls at the two I the floral decorations.
Mrs. George Corrick, Dean and
h. international thrones? What influences do they bring to bear schools who will be assisted bya
l Mrs. Linton E. Grinter and Dr. Junior class officers and pres-
on these men? large number of mothers
and Mrs. W. Ellis Jones. idents of service clubs invitedto

i Ii Today, Nina Khrushchev is presented. This is one of a series Al Moffett lead the singing of whose daughters are membersof attend are Miss Judy Nessler .

of seven profiles of silent uncrowned queens. You will note the invocation, accompanied by the Senior Classes. Miss Linda MacCrostie, .

they have many common characteristics; among them shyness Mrs. F. E. Myers on the accor- Additional guests for the aft- :Miss Gayle Calloway, Miss f J

piety, devotion to family, high intelligence, and ven- dian. ernoon include women schools.faculty Katherine Graves, Miss Betty i
the two
members of
I|t Jt eration of the men they married. Are these similarities a coincidence Committee AssistantsMrs. I Sanford, Miss Irie Cowan and

f or indications of the womanly qualities sought M. 0. Watkins and Mrs. I Party Assistants Miss Jo Ann Haas.

; .by. men who eventually dominate their people? You de- Joe N_._Busby_were co chair Those receiving guests with
irji ciae.) man. Mrs. F. S. Perry was tick- 'Mrs. Reitz will be: Brides'Book
et chairman and Mrs. R. T. Miss Pam Crawford and
II' Poole and Mrs. D. B. Ward as- Mrs. Jack Crawford; Miss Bet-

J Mrs. K. sisted. Mrs. B. C. Fryer entertained sy Karp and Mrs. J. R. Karp;
Emergesf The food committee included recently with an all day open house honoring Miss Anne Conant and Mrs.

Mrs. J. R. Greenman chairman, her mother, Mrs. Nellie Doig, pictured above on the occasion of her 94th birth- Marcus Conant; Miss Josephine

and Mrs. W. J. Platt Jr., Mrs. day. More than 100 guests called during the morning and afternoon. Brandt and Mrs. David Brandt;

) From Red Shadow W. E. Stokes, Miss Janie Lee Miss Camille Rhodes and Mrs. TODAY May 13 ,
f II;: Tyson. Ernest Rhodes; Miss N e I Shower complimenting Miss '

Assisting Mrs. R. K. Sho- Calendar Of Events I Laughon and Mrs. Fred Laughon Penny Henry, bride-elect of

t; walter to serve were Mrs. G ; Miss Sally Block and Mrs.S. William Cannady, 7:30 p.m.,

_'_ .". :i ." """w::" ------- ._._.rr.J W. Dekle, Mrs. D. D. Gull, Mrs S. Block; Miss Margaret Below, Miss
J. J.}; ;" '<'" .,,;'t.. ...:. .... H. C. Harris, Mrs. E. S. Homer TODAY, May 13 University Women's Club St. Patrick's Women's Club Also Miss Carolyn Cummings Anne Bridges, 2217 NE 9th Ter-

I Mrs. S. E. Leland, Mrs. A. Gainesville Bridge Club, I Newcomers Bridge, 8 p.m., 8 p.m. Parrish Hall. and Mrs. T. H. Cummings; Miss :race.

P. Lorz, Mrs. J. W. Miller, Jr., 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Clubhouse. Janice Loften and Mrs. Travis FRIDAY May 15
YVit' \ Mrs. C. B. Plummer, Mrs. Carter University City Bridge Gator Summer Band, Firstin honoring all girls graduating Loften; Miss Ginger Storter Rehearsal dinner honoringMiss

r Seymour, and Mrs. J. W. Club, 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, series of five twilight concerts Schools in from city high and Mrs. Morris Storter; Miss Lila Wendelyn Beden-

\ \ Winsor. 107 NW 15th Terrace. 6:45: p.m., Plaza of the and June their moth- Lou Ann Buchanan and Mrs. baugh and their son, FrankJ.
Mrs. Clarence Ammerm Americas at the University of ers faculty 0. C. Buchanan; Miss Peggy Jamison III, Mr. a nd
,i members, 4 to 5:30 Mrs.J. .
: was dessert chairman assistedby Florida. p.m. Adkins and Mrs. S. J. Adkins; Mrs. Frank J. Jamison Jr.
> Mrs. D. S. 'Anthony Mrs. SponsorsPlan Wayne Reitz receiving hostess Miss Sherry Coker and Mrs. of Winter Park University

George E. Combs Mrs. J. Francis THURSDAY, May 14 President's Residence John Coker; Miss Sandra Allen Inn.

( Cooper, Mrs. C. D. Covey, Coffee for Junior Women by 2151 West University Avenue. and Mrs. Dwight Allen; Miss Rehearsal dinner honoring
\h Mrs. J. R. Crockett, Mrs. Phares sponsors Mrs. Clark Butler Gainesville Music Teachers Andrea Jones and Mrs. Richard Miss Carole Diane Nachtrieb

)' Decker Mrs. G. J. Fritz, For Club SW and 27th Mrs.Court Robert 10 Mautz a.m., 611 to Floyd Association Henderson, 8 p.m.and, Mrs.Mrs. Jones. be and John E. Smiley, homeof
it' Mrs. T. G. Herndon, Mrs. C. C. Name tags will presentedto the bride-elect's parents'Mr.

tortenstine, Mrs. S. P. Marshall Noon. Elwood Keister hostesses at ; guests at the tea by Miss and Mrs. L. Nach-
: Mrs. K. B. Meurlott, Mrs.H. Members of the Junior Wom- League of Women Voters the latter's home 1554 NW Jayne Everett and Mrs. H. H. Harvey
I it'F N. Miller Mrs. E. A. Mof- an's Club will be entertained tomorrow May Unit Meeting, 8 p. m., 21st Avenue.House Everett; Miss Susan Lane and trieb, 2510 NE 11th Terrace.

fett, Mrs. J. T. Mullins Mrs. at a coffee given by Mrs. James A. Noland, 1003 Staff Wives Club, 8:30: Mrs. David Lane; Miss Marilyn SATURDAY Bridesmaids, May luncheon 16 hon-
22nd Street.
Milledge[ Murphey Jr., Mrs. V. Mrs. S. Clark Butler and Mrs. p.m., Mrs. Robert Williams, Ahrano and Mrs. J. P. Ahrano,
Lila Be-
T4 Girl Scout UBA oring Miss Wendelyn
55 G. Perry, Mrs. F. A. Robinson Robert Mautz, sponsors for the Neigh- 32 SW 42nd Street, Dr. Dan Of- Miss Kristine Jordan and Mrs.
I. borhood Meeting 9:30 denb .ugh, fiancee of Frank J.
: a. m.,
Mrs. M. ford Paul Jordan.
H. Sharpe, Mrs. R. L. past year. guest speaker.
Girl Scout House, 810 NW Jamison III, 12:30: p.m., Mrs.
H X'n Shirley, Mrs. J. M. Stephens, The party is to take place at 8th Street, and then drive to Golden Age Club, 1 p.m., Rec- Asssisting in the hospitalitieson Miss W. E. Cauthen and Mrs. Mar-
k will be
Mrs. J. E. Turlington, Mrs. C.H the Mautz home, 611 SW 27th reation Center. the terrace
Lake Butler Civic Center. Wurster hostesses,
Babers and Mrs. H. J. garet
Van Middelem and Mrs. H. Cynthia
from 10
noon. Women's
University Club
Allemanders .
Square Inn.Wedding
R. Wilson.Dr. Babers Jr. and Miss Ann Wei-
New officers were installedand i Club, 8 p.m., Howard Bishop Daytime Bridge Group, 9:30: and Mrs. Rae Weimer. of Miss Carole
M. 0. Watkins, Dr. JoeN. mer
S _.m' '.'__._ S Busby and Dr. C. B. Plum- members who are leavingthe Junior High School. a.m., Clubhouse, West New- Miss Leslie Eggert and Mrs. Diane Nachtrieb, daughter of
club this year were honored Colfax Rebekah No. berry Road. Nach-
Lodge L.
mer were in charge of the drink I Lee Eggert will be chairmenof Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
NIKITA AND HIS NINA Soviet Premier and Mrs. dispensers.Also recently during a meeting and 2, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. Phi Alpha Delta legal frater hoste s ses in the dining trieb and John Edward

Nikita Khrushchev smile well-wishers.. Public appearancesare assisting were Mrs. luncheon at the University Inn. nity informal rush party, 8 room. Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs.

new to her. Clyde Beale, Mrs. G. H. Black- Mrs. William T. Zeanah, president p.m., University Inn. Among those assisting in the T. M. Smiley of Live Oak
introduced guests and incoming RecitalIs Luth
mon, Mrs. F. S. Blanton Mrs. -Song 'FRIDAY May 15 courtesies in the living room library 7:30 p.m., Gethsemane

On a sunny September day in 1959 lumpy, round-faced M. D. Cody Mrs. R. E. Deese, officers seated at the and Florida room of the, eran Church. Reception fol-
woman with wispy gray hair knotted in back apprehensively Mrs. S. N. Edson Mrs. Bliss S. head table and Mrs. John M. TonightA Gainesville Bridge Club I 9 Reitz home will be Miss Beth I lowing at the home of the

f ly stepped off a giant Russian TU114 plane in Washington, Endsley Mrs. E. S. Ford, Mrs. White Jr., retiring state junior a.m., Holiday Inn. Brogdon and Mrs. James Brod-'! bride's parents. _

'I D.C. and thus emerged from the Stalin-imposed obscurity of I. H. Gilbert, Mrs. J. F. Gray, director for District V, installed song recital will be given American Association of Un- --

Russian feminine life. Mrs. G. C. Horn Mrs. F. A.Lee the following new officers: this evening at 7:30 by the iversity Women, Picnic H o poring Smartest Swim Suits
Mrs. R. G. Leighty, Mrs. President, Mrs. E. Alray How- Senior Singing Classes taught new members, 6:30: :
f Despite unkind remarks over her ungirdled figure and matronly S. J. Locascio Mrs. W. T. ard; First vice president, Mrs.: by Dr. Vere Richards, and will p.m., Mrs. Louis Goolsby, 514 Y

i wardrobe, Nina Petrovna Khrushchev soon garnered Loften, Mrs. A. P. Martinez Eugene Craig; Second vice-pres-I be held in the Center Auditor SW 23rd Place. Are Here .

i the affection of many Americans because of her very peasant I. Mrs. C. M. McAulay, Mrs. J. dent, Mrs. Asa J. Cox; Third ium.Those I Soil Conservation Service

\ simplicity, shyness and obvious delight in little chil- R. Milam Mrs. Phil M. Pack vice-president, Mrs. John R. singing on the programare Wives Club Dutch Luncheon, The tide is in, and the news is 1

dren. ard Mrs. A. Z. Palmer, Mrs. A. Webb; corresponding secretary, : Erlean Stanley, Niccie 12:30: p.m. Hotel Thomas.J. out! With the arriving sun we've and swim collected

So successful was her grandmotherly image that the M. Pettis Mrs. R. D. Powell, Mrs. Dan Meaders and treasurer McKay, Debby Walden Jamie season an just array of the smartest
i spouse Mrs. R. C. Robbins, Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Barton T. Douglas. Caldwell, Lanita Hogan, Tom- swimsuits by Sea B's, Sea
of the Soviet Premier was never again to be just a simple J. I
housewife. Sims, Mrs. C. N. Smith, Mrs.H. Gifts of silver were presentedto my Greene, Julie Larson, Don- Finley Fashion and Roxanne ever
na Wagoner, A. J. Boles, Mary flattered a figure. See them
E. Stolicker, Mrs. Max E. Mrs. Butler and Mrs. Mautz.
I Painfully diffident Nina found herself breaking champagne Tyler, Mrs. A. C. Warnick and Mrs. Zeanah, Mrs. White, and .,Tunstall, Richard Greene, Kar-I PTA ThursdayJ. I while best! the selection is biggest,

!' bottles over steamships, greeting foreign delegations, attend- Mrs. James M. Wing. Mrs. W. Hal Hand, state junior en Stack Evin Jones, Cissy I
chairman for American Home Roundtree Reggie Brown, Oliv- J. Finley School PTA will: Use Central Charge or a
ing fashion shows, even slicking up her own appearance. Life Department.The ia Miller, Joseph Bryant, Lynn meet Thursday evening at 7:30,5 i LayAwayLIBBYE'S -
BatieMcClellanNuptials Jones Beth Deurlou Joel Mc.
THE FACTS "Graduation Program"was in: the auditorium. Officers will
t Coy, Joanne Fulwood, Frank be installed and the sixth grade'''
I In 1962 propagandists sought to use this acceptable imageto presented by the Fine Arts
ToldMrs. Sule and Wanda Hertel. i Next ToFlorida
will entertain-
even greater advantage by having her beam a peace Apartment, under the chair- present Theatre
f broadcast to the U.S. and this spoiled it. The party line manship of Mrs. Harry Walker companists are Mrs. Janice Lar- tainment.A .

I cant sounded too much like her husband's speeches to please nounced. Eddie the marriage Pons Jr. has of her an- and Mrs. Thomas P. Hicks. son bie,Griner.JoAnne Fulwood and Deb- reception will follow the in- Free Parking First Federal Lot

Americans. Those stallation in the cafeteria. ,, _
participating In humor.us
sister Miss Rebecca McClellan, a Two duets will be -- ----- '- -
her visit here however
During Mrs. Khrushchev did set skit
to Billy Franklin Batie, which were the following members -one by Niccie McKay and Jamie -
straight facts about her life which had become clouded or ,
.J took 18 in Staten- > : Mrs. Harry L. Powell, Caldwell of Howard ,
place April Bishop:
distorted by a Russian policy of news black-out about the fam-
ilies of public officials. ville, Ga. Mrs. Warner Weseman, Mrs. Junior High and the second by, ..
The bride is the daughter of Fred B. Arnold, Mrs. RobertE. Frank Sule and Joel McCoy of, .
the bruited
\ Among rumors about was that Mrs. Khrushchev -
Mrs. Merle McNeill and F r ed Brown Mrs. J. Beverly Mc- Gainesville High ShooI. I
had soap opera type troubles with "the other woman, I
f McClelland. She attended Millan Mrs. James E. Claytonand There is no admission charge
blonde level
a high Communist party member who often
4' acted as hostess at the Kremlin. Gainesville High School. Mrs. Clare F. Jolly. the public is cordially invited. I = FoundationsSLIP .
The bridegroom is the son of
2nd Floor
THE GOSSIP Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Batie. He ... -S-- =_ eL 0ll ,.
Another was that Nikita's first wife had been banished to is employed by Cabot Carbon w, 1 -

t I. Siberia where she still lives comfortably to make room for Chemical Corp.Announcement. .\; }-'; ri s

j Nina. All the Khrushchev children were said to be from this of the nup- u; ....

;, first marriage. tials was made during a re- ...

While the 64-year-old helpmeet of the Soviet chief did not ception at the Pons home. One Group

refer to this gossip she described her meeting with Nikita Guests included the bride's

\ as a pupil-teacher relationship. father, her sister, Miss .Terri Spring and Summer I
; A son of a coal miner and a sheep herder in the Ukraine, McClelland, and Miss Irene

Nikita was studying mining engineering at Stalino School Oglesby, Miss Sandra Strick-

where Nina was teaching political economy to adults, Nikita land, Mrs. 0. M. Medlock Mrs. .
among them. I. L. Cawley and Mrs. James DRESSESOFF

r Nikita's first wife died during a famine, Nina told U.S. Mansol' r. s .
newsmen, leaving him with two children a son, now decreased N ; -'

and a daughter, Julia. Nina and Nikita were mar- l r, ,. SOMETHING-
Music H -
ried in 1924 and from the union came Rada Sergei and Ye- Group 6 4, r
:: r r, r
lena. Sets 1/3 i 1 r SECURE:
MeetingFinal "
According to Russian Embassy officials, she fought in the .

C Civil War and has long been a fervent Communist. Some ex- x ,; 'le
Y >
meeting of the Gaines- tit- ?
Soviet affairs that, indeed Nikita SASHAY"by
; perts on say was an apt i, S
ville Music Teachers Associa- \1 See Our Beautiful
pupil because of his teacher's skill, and that perhaps without
tion this season will be held at
her he might today be a mining engineer.
the home of Mrs. Elwood Keis- ,J Lingerie and Costume WARNER'S'Sasnay" :

.f DARES TO DIFFER ter, 1534 NW 21 Avenue Thurs-

I Reticent publicly, in the two-story, cream-colored family day at 8 pjn.Hostesses Jewelry. Ideal Gifts I f,

home in the Lenin Hills, or in their summer estate along will be Mrs. Keister For The June Graduate. r; Long-Line with 2" Lycra Elas-:

J the Black Sea, Mrs. K. dares to differ with Mr. K And he and Mrs. Floyd Henderson. 1 Elastic Back. Cot
Waistband. Lycra
listens.As The topic for the evening will r, tic
I'. a, consequence, she receives hundreds of foreign letters .be "Musical Creativity in 4 ton Lace Tops. A 32-36; B, 32-38 C,'

begging for her intervention in matters regarding relatives in Teaching Children" which will 32-40..

Russia and maintaining peace between East and West. be discussed by Mrs. Delbert 7.9 5

;, Once at a Communist Party banquet, Nikita raised his Sterrett. .'
I vodka glass in a maudlin toast to Nina giving his doughty Mrs. Conrad Bauschka, guest Feminine Apparel D,'32-40 10.0,A

woman credit for his success. Her reaction was to insist artist, will give a Debusy num-
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10 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 13. 1964 .

l'I fit often Six-year-old leave the wild family chimpanzees circle for With Your Men in Service: i People NEGRO VOTERS Little Joe !

two or three days at a time. In the NewsBy Fired InEscape ; 1

Army PFC Medford W. Shea. cedures and evaluate communi- The exercise, conducted annu ''I

ly Jr., whose parents live in cation procedures. ally be major elements of the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Test

Raiford, participated in Exer- Shealy, a radio teletype oper- Atlantic Fleet is designed to CHAPEL HILL, N. C. (AP- Ntw dark mtmt (

r i IIII cise Springboard, a two week ator in Headquarters Battery, test the sea assault capabilitiesof MrS. Rose Kennedy, mother of ATLANTA, Negro voter registration in the 11 southern I, WHITE SANDS MISSILE j t

command post training exercise V Corps Artillery in Germany, the Atlantic Fleet Marine the late President Kennedy, will states has passed the 2 million mark and is roughly 15 per RANGE, N.M. (AP) The '

with the Seventh U. S. entered the Army in September Force based at Camp Lejeune. attend a rally at the Universityof cent of the total. I f
fiery explosion of Little Joe .
;.., r I I Army at Stuttgart, Germany, 1932 and completed basic training North Carolina Sunday to ac- Wiley A. Branton, director of the Southern Regional Coun- H a
rocket shattered !
";': which ended April 30. at Fort Gordon, Ga. He arrived -! Timmie R. Lee, seaman ap- cept contributions from North cil's Voter Education Project, disclosed the registration the early ;

i iJ The exercise was designed to overseas in April 1963. 'and Mrs. Johnie M. Lee of Rt Carolinans to the John F. Kennedy gains following a check of progress made since Jan. 1. He morning calm today in a test I

The soldier is 3, is a member of the crew of of the Apollo moon spacecraft
perfect standard operating pro- 20-year-old Memorial Library. predicted further advances in some states before the Novem-

a 1962 graduate of Bradford the anti-submarine warfare air- Gov. Terry Sanford announced ber election. launch escape system.

County High School in Starke. craft carrier USS Yorktown Tuesday that Mrs. Kennedy Barring a reversal of current political tends, this growthhas Early indications from National -

Earl C. MayRepresenting which recently was designated would attend the ceremony, at significantly favorable implications President John Aeronautics and Space

I Robert E. Merritt aviation the outstanding ship of her classin which evangelist Billy Grahamand son's hopes to carry all of the 11 states in his bid for a full Administration officials were

The Equitable Life electronics technician first class, the Pacific Fleet. Secretary of Commerce term. that the test, the first of five of !

J 114 I Assurance Society I USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnD. I It was the second consecutiveyear Luther Hodges will speak. Branton said 241,659 new Negro registrants had been addedin the Apollo escape system, was I

FR 2-3576 I, Merritt of Hawthorne is that the Long Beach, Calif., January, February and March by drives sponsored by the successful. It had been delayed t
I serving with Attack Squadron based> carrier has been awarded MOSCOW (AP-Anastas Mi- voter education project alone. undertermined additional 24 hours because of winds and

J 122 at the Naval Air Station, Le- the Battle Efficiency "E" by koyan, first deputy premier of number has been placed on the rolls by other registration dust storms Tuesday.

moore, Calif. the Commander of the Naval Air the Soviet Union, paused en campaigns.This Little Joe II blasted into the

He recently completed a two Force' for the Pacific Fleet.In of sky aoout 6 a.m. MST) froma
route to Japan today to lay a brings the known increase in the total number i

1 week course in maintenanceand addition, Yorktown's Engi- wreath at a Siberian cemeteryfor registered Negroes since 1958 to more than 827,000. The Ne- cloud of dust caused by the

\ repair of the latest electronic neering Department has been Japanese prisoners of World gro percentage of total registration has climbed during those rocket's seven solid fuel en-

identification equipment us- awarded the"E" for efficiency. :War II.The six years from 10 to 15. gines, generating more than

ed in the latest version of the Soviet news agency Tass :300,000; pounds of thrust.
k 1 1S1NCEk Douglas "Skyraider" a propellor Airman Second Class CliffordM.
11 reported that Mikoyan's party Climbing to 22,000 feet alti-
Weeks Jr. of Mr. and
driven attack
single engine
1 also visited "a monument to in about 30 seconds, the
aircraft used by the Navy. The Mrs. C. M. Weeks of Lake Butler -
civil war heroes executed by 56-foot tall vehicle stacked with
has arrived for duty withan
Naval ,
presented by
course was
the interventionists and the boilerplate module of the Apollo
Air Force Communications
Air Maintenance Training De-
f tachment 1079 at the Air S t a- Service (AFCS) unit at LindseyAir White guards in 19181920." I command and service

Station, Germany. Tass didn't elaborate. modules, reached a maximum

tion.Merritt is a graduate of Haw- Airman Weeks, an administrative Several countries intervenedon DALLAS CUMBEEA Newberry; two sisters, Mrs. aerodynamic stress period at
behalf of the czar's White the time
of the
( t thorne High School. specialist, previously Anna Mae Peterson and Mrs.J. explosion that
MY THANKS! served at Castle AFB, Calif. Russian forces against the Bol- former Newberry resident, B. North, both of Bradenton. was set off by ground signalAt

Marine Private First Class His new unit supports the AFCS sheviks in the Khabarovsk area. Dallas H. Cumbee, died at his the same instant, explosivebolts

\ of mission of maintaining communications One of them was Japan. home in Bradenton Sunday of a separated the command
Vernon T. Carter, Jr., son JOSEPH BROWN
I warmly thank all who supported me Mr. and Mrs. Vernon T. Car- for control of glo- heart attack. module from the disintegratingrocket

J Without the bal Air Force operations.The OXFORD, England (AP) A5pound Mr. Cumbee owned and operated Services were scheduled todayat and the 155,000-pound
in the May 5th Democratic Primary. ter, Sr., of 900 NE 22nd St., par-
: ticipated in an extensive sea as- airman, a graduate of 11-ounce girl was born a barbershop in Bradenton. 3 p.m. for Joseph Lor i n. thrust escape rocket fired, car-

1 untiring help of so many friends, such a victory sault exercise called "Quick Consolidated High School, enter- Tuesday to Patricia Neal, win- : He was 46. Brown, 82, who died Monday rying the command module an.

J would not have been possible. Kick V" in April with Second ed the Air Force in 1961. ner of this years Academy Funeral services will be held afternoon following an extended, other 4,000 feet higher.

Award for best actress, and tomorrow at 2:30: p.m. at the
illness. from
Battalion, Sixth Regiment, Sec- Safely away the explosion -
Richard S. James, g u nner's wife of writer Ronald Dahl. 'Shannon Funeral Home in Brad-
Your overwhelming vote of confidence ond Marine Division on the Mr. Brown was born in Green I the command module
mate second class USN of enton.
shores of Onalow Beach son which will
Camp astronauts to
Cove Springs. He was a mem carry
to continue Mr. and Mrs. B. James of Wal- LONDON (AP-Quote) of the
will! me my
always encourage Lejeune, N. C.NOW. Survivors include: his wife, ber of the Hampton Christian I the moon, separated from the
do is member of first day
1 best effort in seeking the constitutional and moderate a the crew : Annabelle; one son, David, with church and had been in law, escape tower.
of the guided missile cruiser Actress Ingrid Bergman, who the U. S. Air Force in France
OPEN ; About 7'% minutes after the
to for all Americans. enforcement work most of his:
1 approach government USS Chicago which was com will be 47 in August, told a news one brother, Dr. Carrol F. of firing the command module
7 a.m. to 11 p.m. missioned May 2 at the San conference that 30 is a woman's life.The ,
Francisco Calif. Naval Rev. Carl Clark was to I suspended by parachutes, floated -
) ALL YOUR FAVORITE most difficult age, and explained -
Recording to the desert floor about five
yard. officiate at services at the
BRANDS : "When she's 30, she thinks
1" (raid Political Advertistment. Paid for Iry Bertert E. Wolfe, Treat.) 0 Liquors :JX Chicago was originally com- that most of life is alreadyover. Hampton Christian Church al t: miles from the launch 'site.

e Winesq.; missioned in 1945 and deacti- She rushes to get things Awards GivenNEW Hampton.

Beer vated 1947.Except done. At 40, a woman learns Survivors include: one daughter Cape Kennedy

FREE DELIVERY for the engineering the meaning of economy. YORK (AP) Jack Mrs. Annie A. Wilkerson oi

plant and hull, she has been There's no need to rush. The Jones forgot the words to a Lawtey; one son, E. J. Brownof Becoming Top

\ 1 PAUL'S largely rebuilt, and the entire panic of the 30s is over." song at the "Grammy" awards Tampa; one sister, :Mrs. Mel- Tourist SpotCAPE

J structure above the main deck ceremony Tuesday night-and a vina Gilliard of Starke; a hal -
e Package few minutes later won a
has been replaced. Atlas MissileTo sister, Mrs. Rosie Girton of St. KENNEDY (APOne
1318 E. University Ave. i She is armed with the Talos "Grammy" for the best male Petersburg and six grand- of the most popular new Flori

\ and Tartar guided missiles, an- vocal performance.Tony children. da tourist
attractions Is 'a visit
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; ti-submarine rockets and 5 inch Continue Bennett, who won the
; 7;: guns. best-vocal award last year, ran DeWitt C. J one s Funer]I to Cape Kennedy where Americans -

Home of Starke is in can see the rockets and
y to the took Jones' microphone ,
After commissioning, she will Test stage,

lot ? Get a box. operate out of San Diego, Calif. FiringsCAPE and finished the song for launching facilities their tax
Got a to carry t1 dollars have bought.
Shows Him How
Julian A. Ashley, 17, son of KENNEDY (APThe him.The In December, 1963, more than

:.,: ::.;. .<. j Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Ashley of Atlas, the United States' first song was "The Good
13 years after the Cape f j t
-v Life, one of five nominated for r.s
Melrose basic train-
1 completed intercontinental range missile, Rivals Stand started firing rockets the Air
of the The awards ,
;\i song year.
ing recently at the Naval Train- :
......,.<.. )% ........:<'i.. ".,. .,. ............> ing Center Great Lakes Ill. completed its test flight program were given by the National Force opened the gates to public -
.r : in 1962. But Atlases will SHELBYVILLE, Ky. (AP) -,
; Academy of Recording Arts and drive-throughs from 1 to 4p.m.
The nine-week
: r't : ;.j" naval orientation training includes be fired here for several yearsas Sciences. It was a nip and tuck golf r each Sunday. The nonstop
boosters and to match between
space test "The W. W. Curtis I
"I organization Days of Wine andRoses" 25-miles-an-hour drive
seamanship, various and Jim
warhead and Fulton.As
penetra- .
lasts 65
ordnance and gunnery, militarydrill garnered three awardsfor and takes the

.. .,".. .x'......" ..'.... t first aid and survival. tion aid designs. Henry Mancini record of they prepared to tee of f r visitors close to most launching.

During the training, recruits Among warheads being test- the year, best background arrangement -I at one hole, the pro, Evan I and rocket assembly areas.

.r' receive tests and which deter- ed are those with dummy war- and song of the Settle, walked up to Curtis' cad When the National Aeronautics -

mine their future 'assignmentsin heads to deceive enemy detec- year. dy and asked: "How do they' and Space Administration

the Navy. Upon completingthe tection apparatus, slim tapered Barbra Streisand was named stand?" completes its sprawling moon-

;. :..:.... program they are assigned nose cones to reduce the radar -best female vocalist and her al- The caddy, a newcomer t
to service schools for technical image, and nose cones cap bum, "The Barbra Streisand golf, threw back his shoulder i in 1966, it plans regular bus

.. Now odd a few seats.Say 8. :>vMabJ3 !&sa:'you. can walk.to the bad..:z> <': training or to ships and stationsfor able avoid of maneuvering counter-measures.in spaceto Album," was named best of the and replied, "Why, they" standsup i tours of the man-to-the-moon fa.
*" "" on-the-job training in a year. straight, like this. cilities.

Navy rating specialty.
0 AUDIT REPORTCITY The City of Gainesville received a Certificate of Conformance
1g Today from the Municipal Finance Officers Association of the United States
a Y and Canada. This award Is given where an annual report conforms
\ OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA to the principles and standards of public financial reporting as
promulgated by the Municipal Finance Officers Association and the
In History SEPTEMBER 30, 1963CITY from the Municipal Finance Officers Association of the Uniter States
.. "' "'" 4 -> 1 National Committee; on Governmental Accounting.
Byron M. WInn, Jr. Mayor-Commissioner AUDIT REPORT
the 134th day of 1964. There are Howard McKinney Chairman Pro Tempore SEPTEMBER 30 1963

232 days left in the year.Today's Edwin H. Andrews CommissionerAlan
B. Sutherland Commissioner PAGE
highlight in history: Edwin B. Turlington Commissioner
ADMINISTRATIVE EXHIBIT "ACombrned Balance Sheet All Funds W
On this date in 1607, the first
City Attorney Osee R. Fagan .
permanently successful English City Manager William T. Green, Jr. SECTION I GENERAL FUND
Director of Finance and Clerk of the Commission A. Clarence O'Neill
: in America foundedat EXHIBIT "B" Balance Sheet
colony was Director of Public Utilities John R. Kelly 3

': Citt+a Me 1ft the roof to fe* the Wft'$a ...j,.*..*;,|.rWidowsAf. least 21.*Doors? S should d
London Company ships landed DEPARTMENTSChief Capital Accounts f
SCHEDULE "B-3" Analysis of Changes In Reserve for Emergency
of Fire L. C. Nicholson
30 miles the James
some Fund
up Chief of Police W. D. Joiner 5
Director of Bu-idinas SCHEDULE "B-4" Statement of Revenue Estimated and Actual ,
River. The and Grounds M. E. Liddon
.. .. ,... voyages immediately Director of Planning Don Morgan SCHEDULE "B-5" Statement of Expenditures and Encumbrances -
selected the site of what is now Director of Public Works C. F. Angel Compared with Appropriations >|

.....' .:...... Jamestown and started buildinga Director of Recreation Albert R. Massey .
fort. Purchasing Agent I I. X. Cheves
Utilities: EXHIBIT "C" Combined Balance Sheet 9
On this date Distribution Superintendent Joe E. Cox SCHEDULE "C-1" Analysis of Changes in Reserves 10
SCHEDULE "C-2" Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 11
Electric Plant Superintendent R. G.
In 1788, the grandfather of political Water Plant Superintendent R. P. Crosby Vogh SCHEDULE "C-3" Construction Fund Schedule of Prolect Costs U
= organizations in the Unit- Health Department under supervision of the Alachua County Health Unit. SCHEDULE "C-4" Operation and Maintenance FundStatement
: Schools under supervision of the Alachua County Board of Public Instruction. of Revenue and Expenditures 13
ed States the Socie-

... e ta ty of New York, held its first The University FLORIDA City SECTION III > SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

i meeting.In March 1C, if(4
City CommissionCity EXHIBIT "D" Combined Balance Sheet T4
1809, Napoleon captured of GainesvilleGainesville SCHEDULE "D-V Analysis of Changes In Fund Balances 15
SCHEDULE "D-2" Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements .. 16
., Vienna.In SCHEDULE "D-3" Statement of Revenue Estimated and Actual <. 17
,; .: SCHEDULE "D-4' Statement of Expenditures ComparedWith
1915 the United States
.:,. ... ,Paint: (l ip and what have you got? .. :. .:.The whole..,fctep behind the Voftswag erl.Station! Wa.9on.,....J mally protested, the May 7 sink- Gentlemen: Appropriations 17
;;: : '. '. .' .'. .: ... : >:X:,'...':'.<' : Submitted herewith Is the annual Financial Report of our City for the
}:ff" :: ::\{* .::." ing of the "Lusitania" by a Ger- fiscal year that ended September 30, 1963. SECTION IV BOND FUNDS
.. f=:. ::: : This report Is in two sections, the Independent auditors' report and the
K h man submarine.In statistical tables prepared by the Finance Department. The firm of Purvis. EXHIBIT "E" Balance Sheet if
.. 55'Q S..a. ----- -- >VOLK'SWAU'N Of AMERICA; INC. 1940, Queen Wilhelmina of Gray annual and audit Powers pursuant Certified to Section Public 22 of Accountants was engaged to make the SCHEDULE "E-1" Analysis of Changes In Fund Balances 1'
our Charter and their comments report SCHEDULE "E-2" Schedule of Completed
ProJects 20
the Netherlands and her daughter the financial condition of our City as of September 30 1963.
M SCHEDULE "E-3" Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements 21
The General Fund, which Includes ,
the General Government functions showedan
Juliana, fled from the excess of revenue over expenditures again this year. This excess Is not as
MILLER-BROWN MOTORSINC. Hague to London. large es prior years but this was the first full fiscal year's operation after SECTION V TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS
the annexation of eighteen square miles. In the Statement of Revenues for the
h Ten years ago. President General Fund you will note that $120,000 was received from Cigarette Excise EXHIBIT "F" Combined Balance Sheet H
Tax and $168.000 from the Utility Tax. These mounts represent the amounts SCHEDULE "F-l- Analysis of Changes In Fund
Dwight D. Eisenhower signed received after providing for the Revenue Certificate Sinking Fund requirementsfor SCHEDULE "F.2" Statement of Cash Receipts and Balances Disbursement 23 14
legislation authorizing the Unit- which these funds are pledged. The total receipts from the Cigarette SCHEDULE "F- Statement of Net Rent Income General '
Excise Tax was $355,100 and
from the Utility Tax $284,081. *
ed States to join Canada in Although the West Gainesville Prolect, which was financed by the 3MO,000 Pension FundSECTION 35
1030 E. University Ave. Phone 372-3582 AUTHOalZQC &.U construction of the St. Lawrence Revenue Certificate Issue, was not completed by the end of the fiscal year VI SUSPENSE FUND ". '
revenue from operation of the Sewer System was sufficient to meet all operating
Seaway.SWING expenses as well as the Sinking Fund requirements.The .
Utility Funds Include the Electric and Water Plants. The revenue EXHIBIT "GAnalysis of Changes In Cash end Fund Balances 26
received by the Utilities was used to pay the operation and maintenance costs.
meet sinking fund requirements, transfer $705,000 to the General GovernmentFund SECTION VII UTILITY FUNDS
and the balance, which was In excess of $700,000, was used to Improvethe
utilities systemsThe expansion and Improvement of these systems continued EXHIBIT "H" Combined Balance Sheet .27-tt
at a rapid pace throughout the year. To help meet the growing demands; SCHEDULE "H-l" Analysis of Changes In Surplus and Reserves '29
a $7,000,000 revenue certificate Issue was sold on May 15, 1963 at a net SCHEDULE "Hi" Combined Statement of Income and Expense' -..
Interest cost of 125%. These funds are being used for the Installation of aa.000 Electric and Water Utilities 30
to HIGH KW Turbine Generator with attendant facilities. When this machine Is SCHEDULE "H-3" Combine Statement of Operating Revenues._. ,
placed in operation about January 1,' 1965 the City will have a firm capacityof Electric and Water Utilities 31
57.000 KW. SCHEDULE "H.." Combined Statement of Operating Expenses...-_ _
The policy of Investing Idle funds enabled the City to earn $119,802 In Electric and Water Utilities 3Z-34
Interest during the year. SCHEDULE "H-5" Combined Statement of Fixed Properties '.
Our City continued Its record of never defaulting on Its bonds revenue Electric and Water Utilities 35
certificates or interest CllU anS. All sinking fund requirements were met and all SCHEDULE "'H-N'" Construction Wortc-ln-Proores ->" M
matured long term debt was paid when presented.We SCHEDULE-'H-'" Statement ol Revenue Certificates Outstanding 37
extend our thanks for your counsel and co-operation.
A. Clarence CVNelH .
Director of Finance EXHIBIT "J" Investment In General Fixed Assets J* [ ji-40
The City Commission Is composed of five members who are elected at large
and serve without pay. Their terms are three years each, but not more thin two EXHIBIT "K" Statement of General Long Term Debt. 41
terms expire In the same year. The Commission appoints the following officials:
1. City Manager. who has supervision of the general government operating! deperhnents. t SECTION X COMBINED STATEMENTS FOR .UNRELATED. FUNDS

Director of Public Utilities, who has of utility plants and
2. supervision the i SCHEDULE "LSumnwry Statement of Cash Receipts and 1.' _'
systems. "
i Disbursements
All Funds *>
3. Director of Finance who has supervision of the collection of funds due the
i THE ST. PETERSBURG TIMES RECOMMEN YOU COMPARE THE SCHOOL SYSTEMSOF City, and the general accounting system. SCHEDULE "L-2" All Statement Funds of Cash On Hand and On Deposit _
4. City Attorney. SCHEDULE "L-3 Statement of Taxes Receivable (Net) _

THE COUNTIES THE CANDIDATES REPRESENT: MIAMI PUBLIC SCHOOLS RATE 5. Municipal 1 Judge. THE GROWTH OF THE COMMUNITYBank Postal Telephones SCHEDULE ".--"" AH Statement Funds of Account Receivable_. (Net) 44

Deposits Receipts !. Service Alt Funds a
AMONG OUR FINEST. JACKSONVILLE SCHOOLS RATE 66th OUT OF 67 COUNTIES. 1953 rn,394.381 s356.m.n10.100- SCHEDULE -L-5" City Statement- All of Funds Tax Certificates Held by 4.

27, 38. 54 386, 93.00 11,057
1954 SCHEDULE "L4Statement of Investments AU Funds ,
1955 ? .- 23,235,764 429.49X22: 11,634 .....__ 4Jl
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) 1956 -> 30,490,110 450493.13 13.70 -

1957 -", % .: 32403.289 444.121.78 16.422 PURVIS, GRAY AND POWERS. .... .
ROBERT .KING HIGH FOR GOVERNOR 1951 195 -* =;'"'.*...AjF&:**"*;.- 32,607.124 34,151.778 711.184 573,880.59 723.601.021.636 20J67 17,961 CERTIFIED P.PUBLIC 0. BOX ACCOUNTANTS U 4r1..".:.H,.._ --.>.

1960 39,807458 '
201 N.E. Ut STREET
1961 44625.164 758 W.1S J4

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(Continued from Page 10)) for over the net Electric operating Revenue revenue Fund before shows depreciation a decrease for of fiscal$124.755 In total deductIons' Reserve Current for Enbrance.. .....................$14400.55 Dog' Licenses .................. 4,500.00 '.9S.0 450 JO*

.. .- 30. 1943 as compared to fiscal year ending September 30.year 1962 ending: > September Prior Year .u.. .. _._................. -10868 14.5.2 Occupational Forfeitures Licenses .............. 10,00 1,7.4 773.40
TELEPHONE FR 2-4J94 % Fines and -
Increase Reserve for Working Capital Accounts Department .... ......... 122.30571 7,30.W
., GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Electric Revenue Fund FY 3041 FY 9-30-42 (Decrease) Schedule "B.2" ... ...... ............?............ 3.8. Polc. 115.00 +
February 27, 1964 Clae.
Partners ...... ................... U 6, 37 Reserve for Emergen Fund .. ....... 280.00000 299,96800 19,968 Of5I7.M
Revenue Colecti
Members of Operating $3339,365 $347,472 Schedule .......................... ....... *
.. 2.3.8TOTAL Cemetery .... .. .... .... ......
Roy t.:. ..... ...
Purvis CPA Florida Institute of Operating Expenses ................ M15.381 1,487,454 125,927 12.000.0 12.o '>
Howard W. Gray. CPA Certified Public Accountants RESERVES .........................................: 35,156.88 Revenue From Other Ag.ncl.s. -
Earl p. Net Operating Revenue UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS ( '- Electric Utility Transfer ....... .. 705,000.00 I
Powers CPA 7..0
William M. patton CPA andAmerican Institute (Before Depreciation) .....................$2071.454 $1449,911 $221345 Schedule "B-1" ...._.... DEFICIT. ...-.... ................ (1.5.2)TOTAL Utility Operating Expense .. ...... 3.52.0 4.3.C 3430.08
Alachua County Contribution ... ..... 450,1
Frank J. Miles CPA Certified Public Accountants Deductions: LIABILITIES AND' Bond and Interest Fund Transfer. 25,0.0. 7.00000Revenue ._
John G. F. Knight. CPA Interest Expense .......................... 287,635 295.457 (7422) RESERVES .............................. J15S.no From Use of Property r
fr Ned H. Scott, CPA Contributions to Sinking Funds ........ 550.931 565.240 U..m) Municipal Airport .................. 14,742.37 257.41
Robert L. Kemp CPA Cash Transfer General Fund .......... 705.000 700,460 4,540 I 1.00
to Schedule "B-I- Library Revenue ................ 91.15.00 93.U1.61
Associate Capital Improvements 810,334 688.144 122.188 OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Swimming Pool .................... 1.00 2,04995 1.-
j B. Quinn Waters CPA Transfer to Water Revenue Fund.... 30.629 40,436 (9,807J CIT GENERAL FUND Parking Meters ................. 51,26897 273U

Total Deductions ... .. .. .. . .. ..... $2,384329 $2.289-ri9 $94,790"EXCESS ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS MisuUaflS -
Mi FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER JO. 1)4) General Fund Surplus .............. 2200000 22,00000
To The City CommissionCity Other Revenue .... ................ 12000.00 2 .01. 12.081.*>*

of Gainesville. Florida (DEFICIT) OF NET OPERATING UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS TOTALS To Schedule "B-1" ....... .$$2430,315 S 706213x'Schedule
Gainesville Florida REVENUE (BEFORE DEPRECIATION) October 1. 1962 . . ...-................................... $ 8.79126 $900.94.3 .'
OVER TOTAL DEDUCTIONS . S (313.073) S .39.128) (124.755)
Gentlemen: The Electric: Revenue Fund received $$199.675 from the Eler'nc Improvement Additions "B4!"
Pursuant to our engagement we have made a limited examination Fund for the acquisition of fixed assets. The Electric Revenue Fund Excess of Revenue Over Estimated CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA -, .

of fiscal he accounts and records of the City of Gainesville Florida for the expended a total of $810,33437 for Capital Improvements, of which $610,65937 Revenue Revenue-. Schedule. "B. .-4'. ..:.................... S2.900.942.30 STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES GENERAL FUND AND ENCUMBRANCES -- j

and year ending September M 1963. in this connection we submit the exhibits was derived from current revenue. Estimated Revenue ., .. ................. 2.30.315.00 70.627.3 COMPARED WITH APPROPRIATIONS ">
schedules listed In the Index with our comments. The following Water Revenue Fund comparative Income and expense statement
shows an increase of $65,064 In total deductions over iwt ooeratlnq revenue Tax Certificate Cost Revenue .......................: 1,311.12Delinquent FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER. 3 1941 >*
SCOPE OF EXAMINATIONOur before depreciation for fiscal year ending September 30. 1963 as compared to Taxes Receivable OverO4
fiscal 1962 Transferred From Band and Ulldar.
year ending September :
examination was made In accordance with generally accepted municipal Increase Interest' Retirement Fund .................................... 20573 Appropriations Expenditures Encumbrances Expend'Administration
auditing standards and accordingly Included such tests of the accounting Water Revenue Fund FY 9-30-41 FY 9-30-41 (Decrease) Liability Reduced by Appropriationand
CommissionS 1,50000 S S
records and such other Expenditure Equipment City 972.5
circumstances. However auditing a detailed Procedures as we considered necessary in the Operating Revenue ......,...,..,..,........... S 909342 1162.199' S.7.1AJ' Purchases Prior Year . ................................... 40,00000 City Manager's Office 27,960.00 28. 709..
we reviewed audit of every transaction was not made. Operating Expenses .......................... 490,248 423,717 66.531 Balance of 1961-62 Reserve for Finance DepartmentLaw .. 34.13000 75,11X61 7..5 1.279.3
Of the City and the found system of Internal control and the accounting procedures Net Encumbrances . .. ................................. 1011.06 Department .. ........ 12100.00 11,04974 1,050.14
that the records we examined were maintained on a Operating Revenue Municipal Court . .. .... 11,72000 11,909.53
basis consistent with that of the prior year and In accordance with generally (Before Depreciation) .................. $ .".094 $ 438,432 (S 19,388) Collection of Prior Year Due From Plawi'no Department .. ... 31 WOO 2 3. 6840 11.5'
accepted municipal --- Other Funds. .. ............................. 140.C7 7,18.
accounting principles and procedures. Deductions: : -I Prior Year Outstanding Check Canceled 4II Purchasing Department ... 13100.00 12,307.52 164.26 682

.1 in our ACCOUNTANTS' OPINION Interest Expense . ... ................ 73,995 76698 (2903) Transfer From Reserve for TOTAL ADMINISTRATION ... $182,20000 S 96917 $14,7148
nanclal opinion the accompanying financial statements present fairly the Contributions to Sinking Funds ............ 170,059 154139 15920 Capital Schedule "B-V ..... .............,.................. 5,91238. $16.51.9 -

end me pOsition' of the City of Gainesville Florida at September 30. 1963, Capital Improvements . .. .. ........... 293.031 260378 32,459 .. .. .. .. ..................'. Public Safety
I" results of Its operations for the year then ended. In conformity with TOTAL ADDITIONS .......... ....... $11.211.7 Polc Department ....... .W2.135.o $$445,319 8 *
generally accepted municipal accounting procedures applied on a basis conIstent Total Deductions : ._ .u... .... ... 537,091 491,415 45:676EXCESS Deductions Department ........ 3175.0 358,67238 25J.74 3154.213.2.25'.1-
with that of the preceding year. (DEFICIT) 0. NET OPERATING Excess Expenditures and Civil Defense . ..... .500.0 1.66133 8217
I Respectfully submitted Encumbrance Over Appropriations- TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY ...$803310.00 $ 5313.02 $ 7.76188
PURVIS GRAY AND POWERS TOTAL DEDUCTIONS) . .. .. $ (117,997) $ (52.933) S 45.064 I Schedule "B-5": 180.1 -

NHS/il The Water and Electric: Construction Fund was' established' fiscal Expenditures ....................S2.85.535.8' Public Works Department
year by the sale of the Water and Electric Revenue Certificates during Encumbrance .................. 2872,93640 Administrative Division ... .$ 30,670.00 $ 30.12.1 181.22
Series 1963
Engineering ...... 66,63800 5,056.21Building
( for 700000000. The construction costs to September 30, 1963 of this fund are' Appropriations .......... ...... ...: 230.315.0 4262140 Divisi 6..304 75.3 ?

t CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA ,detailed In Schedule "H-6", a total of $86739469. Transfer to 1962-63 Estimated Revenue .............. TT '2200000 Division . .. ..... 3.030.00 3.7.5 1.00 2.

COMMENTS GENERAL Transfer to General ConstructIon Fund ....................... 4.O.O Street Division .. .. ...... 4.212.63 55.
SEPTEMBER 30 1941 Obligations of the United States Government have been pledged by the Unexpended Parking Improvement Money ........................ Refuse Division . .. .. 283751.00 4500 ."-
GENERAL FUND following depository banks to secure deposits of the City Unexpended Santa Fe Regional EQuipent Maintenance .
( For the fiscal year ending September 30. 1963 9953% of the current : Face Value of Library Money . . .. .. ................................. 19.693.4 an Storero Division 3,15000 190045 1,24935
property tax roll was collected.
$11.91082 of real
by the City on tax certificates of which $497612 property has taxes been was collected acquired by Depository Time Deposits Bank Balances Securities Pledged- TOTAL DEDUCTIONS . . . ............. ............... $T36.583.29, TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS .. $$814.508 $880.607.74 -" 66,623.

September 30. 1963. All of the real property tax roll for 1962 has been col- Florida! National Bank .......$20000000 3451,381.56 $1.246,000.00 UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS ( Buildinq And Grounds :

lected or represented by tax certificates. The delinquent taxes were in- Citizens Bank .. .. ........... 330000.00 97.616.81 897.000.00 September 30 1963 To DEFICIT............................ (8.51.27)Scheule DepartmentAdministrative _
creased by transfer from current taxes by $5.44730. representing delinquent First National Bank ........... 200000.00 121,875 700.000.00 Division ..$11.15500 $ 10.6.1 S 3.0 S 5138
personal property taxes. University City Bank ......... 10000.00 35.176.61 30000.00 Parks and Playgrounds .
The following comparative revenue and expenditure statement shows a "B2"CITY Division . . .. .. 127,846 45783 435234
TOTALS . . ... ...... .. $$740,000 $712.253 $2,873,000 13257.0
decrease of $30,147 in the excess of revenue over expenditures and encumbrances OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Cemetery Division .. ... 26,071.64 1.411.3
for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1963 compared to the excessof The accounting records of the Utility Funds are maintained on an accrual GENERAL FUND City Building Division .... 11,853.00 3965564 117.7 27.>
revenue over expenditures and encumbrances for the fiscal year ending basis. in conformity with the recommended system of accounts all other funds I ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN RESERVE FOR Airport Division ....... 26.12.0 22529.55 .
September 30. 1962: Ire on a modified accrual basis TOTAL BUILDINGS
I FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, W3 AND GROUNDSPublic ......... $226,741 S S 8.034.4))
FY 9-30-41 FY 9-30.42 Increase In general the accounts and records of the City were found to be In satisfactory $2.5530 .776.5

(Decrease) condition and are kept In accordance with generally accepted standardsof BALANCE October 1. 1962 ............................................. .$43,19141 Welfare
Budgetary Revenue ... .. .... .... .. .. .. ..$2900942 349.308 $551.634 municipal accounting. Additions Health Department .... .$ 40..00.00 $ 40.582.50 S 12.I ."-

Budgetary Expenditures and Encumbrances 2.872934 $2.291,155 581.781 i Inventory Adjustments ................................................. _16065!I Welfare Department ... .. 11.100.00 12130.70 '
EXCESS .. .. . . . . . . $ 28,004 $ 58.153 $30,147) CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA "
The balance of unappropriated surplus on September 30 1963 Is a deficitof CLASSIFICATION OF FUNDS TOTAL .. .... .... .................................................. .$ ..n7.9 I TOTAL. PUBLIC WELFARE .. .S 52.2.0 -S 52,713.20 S51-3.2!
$8371.27. The major| item was the authorized transfer of $ .OOO.OO to the SEPTEMBER 30 1963 Deductions Other Functions _
General( Construction Fund from the General Fund. In addition the unexpended Transfer to Unappropriated Surplus Schedule "B-1" Recreation Department ... .$ 54.004.00 $ 5835.5 $ 19925 S
Parking Improvement appropriation of $1,268.16 and the unexpendedSanta Section I General Fund (Charges to Departments Included Cost Plus Overhead) .... ... 591238 Library Deoartment .. .. 126.316.0 209140 19.93.A 5.121.1-

Fe Regional Library appropriation of 19693.43 was established for future BALANCE, September 30 1963 To Exhibit "B" .....;............. 538.88536Schedule Parking MeIerDeprtment
years' expenditure. All three Items resulted In a combined decrease In General Government Fund . . . 7,966.00 7,79.9 SO.O 196.01

Unappropriated Surplus of 71961.89 Emergency Fund "B.1"TOTAL OTHER FUNCTIONS $188,28800 $171.18671 $ 2.34065 /, 6-
The Unappropriated Surplus account was Increased by $40.00000 which Section II-Sewer System Funds
was appropriated and paid on the equipment purchased on time finanCing. CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA. Other Budgeted .
This account will be further Increased when the balance of $ .OOO.OO Is appropriated GENERAL FUND Expendiure
and the financing liquidated. Revenue Fund ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN RESERVE FOR EMERGENCY FUND .j..... 8275000 $ 92.65.9 f 9895f6' *
Operation and Maintenance Fund FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER WJ Longevity and Bonus ...... 3450000 1,10253*
Your attention Is invited to the over-expenditure of the Street Division :0. 35.6.14
Revenue Certificates Fund
Sinking Additions City Retirement ..,....... 50,00000
and Refuse Division of the Public Works Department a total of $7369898 .7.2.0 2.657.9
In addition the Construction Fund Transfer From Contingent Fund by Expenditure Social Security ......... 24,47900
the water billings expenditure for for University ot Florida water does not include Against Appropriation . . . . .. ...............................$500000 Public Reporting ... ........ 2.500.0 2.O.66 51.9 172.4 2.61., '
September 28, 1963 in the amount of 363002. This
Section III-Special Revenue Funds Deductions
Fund ... ...... 274.84
amount will have to be provided for out of the next year's budget in Expenditures of Emergency Fund .. .. .. ........................... 2.63791 Continent.o' Commerce .... 240127.0 2U59 .
that Water 16.2.00
the Revenue Fund has already reported the water billings through Bond and Interest Retirement Fund 1.2.0 .
September 30. 1963. BALANCE September 30 1963 To Exhibit "B" ....................... .$2,36208 Junior Ctabr of
Sewer Revenue Fund ... ......... 1.000.0 1.00000
Cigarette Tax Fund Jewish Cemetery ..... 1.0.0 .
SEWER SYSTEM FUNDS Public Improvement Revenue Certificates Principal and Scheule "B-4' Boys' Club . . .... 2.4.00 2.4.0 1..0 ::
Interest Fund-Series 1950 CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Florida Municipal League .. .
The Sewer System Funds. established as of June 1, 1962. has been In Public Improvement Revenue Certificates Principal and GENERAL FUND City Beautification Board 80.00 5Q0
i operation for the first complete year. The gross revenues are reported In Interest Fund-Series 1954 1959 1960 STATEMENT OF REVENUE ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL University of Florida Water 50.0 ,500.0. 12281
the Revenue Fund. The operation and maintenance of the sanitary sewer system FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1963 Street Lighting and 82000.0 .-
and the sewage treatment plant Is reported In the Operation and Main Section IV-Bond Fund Excess OrDeficiency Traffic Signal -..
tenance Fund. The Revenue Fund transferred to the Sinking Fund $ .325.23 Consumption .....,.,. 44400.00 7X28801 4.4801*
for. Interest payments. The Construction Fund transferred the Interest on investments General Construction Fund Of Estimate Street Lighting and.
to the Sinking Fund. The Sinking Fund paid the annual Interest Estimated Actual Over Actua I Traffic Signal _

on the certificates In the amount of 14208500. Section V-Trust and Agency Funds General Property TI Installation ........ 50,00000
The total project costs of $4,013,92408 are detailed In Schedule "C.:3". Current Levy . .......1,01900000 1,035,63391 16.633.9' Street Lighting and 50,0.0 .
The costs are reported in the Construction Fund. As of September 30, 1963. General Pension Fund Tax Sae Certificates . ... 5000.00 6.0 Traffic Signal -
the special assessments on the benefited properties have not been lev Interest on Delinquent Taxes ...... ) 1.96.4' Maintenance . .. .. ...
t Firemen's Relief
and Pension FundPollcemen's 3.0.0
led. This levy Is Imperative In order to meet the requirements of the contract Other Local Tae Storm Sewer Payments 3.000.0, 205,19
with the bond holders In order to establish the Reserve Account the Special Retirement Fund Gas Franchise Tax ................ 20,00000 21.469.J 1.49.304' Parking Improvements 55.0.00. :
Redemption Account and the: Renewal and Replacement Fund. Evergreen Cemetery Trust FundWorkmen's Cigarette Excise Tax .............. 120.COO.00 120,00.00 1.nl. -
Compensation Insurance Fund Utility Tax .. .................... TOTAL OTHER BUDGETED
168.0.0 16.000.00 EXPENDITUREA .. ... I
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Licenses and Permits 5550.056.00 5557,116.59 17 O' 7.2.-

Section VI-Suspense Fund Building Permits ... ................. 28830.00 TOTALS .
Electric and Plumbing Permits .... 2.0.0, 8.130.0' -To Schedule "B 1" ..... 12 330,315.00 5 1
The 1829830 $2.85.535.1
Sewer Revenue Fund of prior years is to be designated a sanitary Suspense Fund 3.298.3' 1..0.5 221.40- I
ewer construction fund. During the year under review this fund received ,
$72,83739 from the Sewer System Revenue Fund and 5876.91 from the collection Section VII-Utility Funds Exhibit "C- I
of principal and Interest on prior year's sewer assessments. The Sewer CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
Revenue Fund disbursed $2137085 on Sanitary Sewer Contracts Payable and SEWER SYSTEM FUNDS
Electric Revenue Fund
loaned 60000.00 to the Sewer System Construction Fund. COMBINED BALANCE SHEET

SEPTEMBER 30, 1963 .
Water Revenue Fund
BOND FUNDS Operation
Water and Electric Construction Fund
And Revenue
The purpose for which the Bonds Funds the Improvement ConstructionFund Revenue Certificates Principal and Interest Funds: Revenue MaintenanceFund
and the Certificate Construction Fund, was established had been com- Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series 1948 ASSETS. Total Fund Sinking C.rificte COslrtl
This was to account for the proceeds of Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series 1953 -

the pleted Public on October Improvement 1. 1962.Revenue purpose Certificates. Series 1959 and Series 1960 Water and Electric Revenue Certiclates Series 1955 Cash .. .. .. .......................................r...............S.r.8 ..224.3 11.025.0 $34,131.67 t .801.0 t '.24.54
Fund to be established on October 1. Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series. 1957 Due from Other Funds .
Construction was
Technically, a General accomplished in April... 1963 accounts Water and Electric Revenue Certificates. Series 1960 ElectrC Revenue Fund ........................................................ -22,78189 22,781.89
1962 This was Fund and rthce1raCfferstrof Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series 1963 Operation and Maintenance. Fund............................:. ............ 10,51834 10.511.34 ,
from the Improvement Construction of all three funds. chtjonGJu.n.f Revenue Fund .. . . . .. ...-........ ................: ........ *325.23 4< .
Consequently, this report Includes the activities from the General! ravirnmen? Fun d I Section VIII-General Fixed Assets Group Sinking Fund '". .. ...................................-.*.. ........ 4.00 335.23
Construction Fund received a transfer from the General Government I, Investments Schedule .N."L.4" ... .....................................:... 11884213 .f 0 G .O
.;,f $5.000.oo and an appropriation comp ed p (andar e eeneral Fixed Assets Contract Receivab' Public Health Service ......... ..................... 25.0.0
$54.79411 Schedule for storn"E-2"sewer for contract a total of payrrensi$ 81.96ne Project Costs Schedule "C.3" ... .. .. ..........,..,.......... ............. .O .01J.9..08 250.000.0

listed In Section IX-General Bonded Debt Groub TOTAL ASSETS . . . . ... .....................................-.$4.498,620.17 S $34,151.47 "f/.212,1J/.61
General Obligation Bonds and Public Improvement Due To Other Funds

On the following page the comparative Income and expense statement Revenue Certificates Sinking Fund . .. ....................................................... 3432523 34.325.23
Revenue Fund . . ................................................ .... 1051834
Exhibit "A" General Government Fund ..................,................,... ............ 8,83333 10.511.J. .
CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Construction Fund . ....................................................... 400 ,
COMBINED BALANCE SHEET-ALL FUNDS Sewer Revenue Fund .. .................................................. 4000000 .O
SEPTEMBER 10, 1941 G.neral General Reserves Contracts: Payable Project Costs .................. .. ... ..... ...... 162.17462 16114.62 60.000.0 :I

Sewer Special Trust and Fixed Bonded Reserve for Working Capital Schedule "C-1" .......................... 14.800.0 14$00.00 '
ASSETS General System Revenue Bond Agency Suspense Utility Assets Debt Reserve for Sinking Fund Principal and Interest Schedule "C)".... 15.9 "- \
Total Fund Funds Funds Funds Funds Fund Funds Group Group Reserve fQ Authorized Expenditures Schedule "Cl" ..... ............. .050.o.0.6 15.6 4,060,000.00 1

Cash .............................. $712,253 S 50,544 8 48.224 i"1'29:3: "i32i66"'i"57.32: 135.745 f 358,314 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES .. .....................................$4,498,62017 $$34,325 34,131.61 1.968.6 S2 l
Cash with Fiscal Agent ........ 2140777 212.535 2.242 I
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TOTAL CASH ON HAND AND ON Schedule "C-1" For Interest on .
DEPOSIT Schedule "L.2" .. 921,030 50,541 48.224 3041.907 32.166 57,321 31.745 361.116 CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Certiicate ...........
Delinquent Taxes Receivable (NetJ- SEWER SYSTEM FUNDS Sewer Revenue 33.2
Schedule "L.J" . .. ... ... 19.964 19.457 507 ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN RESERVES Fund for Sanitary Sewer

Accounts Receivable (Nel- FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER M 1941 Contract Payments .... n.831.5'
Schedule "L-" . .... ....... 674.021 10,767 663.261
Transfer to Water Revenue
Operation Revenue
Tax Certificates Held by City -
Fund for and
Schedule "L.S" ............. 7.272 7.272 And Certificates Operation
Assessments Receivable .......... 72.168 1.686 7D,482 Revenue Mlinfenanc Sinking Censtrucfion Maintenance of Sewage
Fund Fund Fund Treatment Plant .. .... 99,98441
Contract Receivable -
Public Health Service ........ 250.000 250.000 Balances October 1. 1962 ..: $ 14,80000 $ 226,443.553,801.283.33 Transfer ment Fund to General for Operation Govern
Due From Other Funds .......... 336.150 30.111 67.629 11.106 5 250. 157.0A2 Additions -
Inventories .. ... .. ............. 372.780 38.886 334.094 Sewer Service and Maintenance .of
Sewers ...
Bilngs. 265.48Sewer Sanitary .
Investments Schedule "L-6" .... .501.343 111,1AJ 72 ,759 1.208,005 7..9,736 ....... Matured Interest .. 6.0P.O
Accrued Interest on investments. 11.006 11.006 Transfer From Revenue 7.7.0 Cps 140.0

Prepaid Expenses ... ............... 6,916 6,916 Fund .... ... ............ 161,081.66 34,32523 Transfer Interest to Fun
Fixed Assets . .. .. ....... 21.675.601 902.251 17.97UOt 1.798.534 Interest Investments ..
on 3,049.8636,911.69 Current Year ... ... ... 3'4."
Construction Work.ln-Progress .... 40944A88 .013.924 500 452M' 867.595 Transfer From Construction
Binder on proerty .................. 25.000 21.000 Fund Interest on Transfer Interest to on Sinking Fund

TOTAL ASSETS ...... .............. 44,824,616 138,130: 4,498,620 1,119,419 i65i22: zmm35.U5: : 27.B.c3.659 3,798,334 Investments Current x Prior Year .Investments. .. .. ....... 1.28183
- - Year ... ................. 31,947.69
Amount Available for Retirement o1General TOTAL DEDUCTIONS $ 147,081.44 $ 142,085 $36,231.02
Transfer From Construction i .

Debt and Long.Interest Term .............. 1.174.167 1,174.161 Fund Investments- Interest- Prior on Year 1,28133" Balances, Sepemr 3 1941 -. ,.., .. -
Amount to be Provided Contribution From Federal Reserve for Working Capital .
for Retirement of General Government -To Exhibit "C" . : S 1480000:,? '
Public .
Long-Term Debt and Interest .. 11,127.007 11,127,007 Health Service .. .. ... :" Reserve for Sinking .: o ,-
GRAND TOTALS .. .. . S57:12s: : 2 ii5a:7j: 54.495.620 51,119,4'9 "ii'65.i22 12.174.157 $35.745 521,813,659 $8.798.534 SI2.301.17.- TOTAL ADDITIONS 274.244 25.000.0 Principal and Fu f ..j* ,o. .
EXHIBITS -"B"-; -.e- -;'D'G"- "H" --uj."K" -I, Deductions. $ : S$ 73606.11 125.947.69I To Exhibit "C" .. ... 0 $ 15..6

Exhibit "A' Reserve for Expenditures '.0
Transfer Authorize
to Operation and
COMBINED BALANCE SHEET-ALL FUNDS Transfer to Sinking Fund Fund 17.01.6 Exhibit "C" .. ........... .. p $405000000
SEPTEMBER 30. 1961
CONTRIBUTIONS AND SURPLUS General GeneralBonded Schedule "C.2
Sewer Special Trust and Fixed CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA .
General System Revenue Bond Agency Suspense Utility Assets Debt ". SEWER SYSTEM FUNDS .
Total Fund Funds Funds Funds Funds Fund Funds' Group Group STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPT AND DISBURSEMENT
i iOpentte
Lllbilities : ao 193 Revenue

Accounts Payable ..............S 155.466 2.781 152.619 Aid 1
Contracts Payable ............ 392.092 162.174 121,914 1D7.944 Revovi Maintenance Ceifiate :
Accrued Liabilities ............ 126,74 126.7a I Fund "kl Ct 1M I
Fun .
Matured BondS and cash B.II" October 1. 1942 ...........?.....................................$ :19A.A S 5.0 1 12.0.0 S 29693.10 W..9
and Interest Outstanding 1.524 -282 2.242 -
Due From Other Funds .... 336.850 45.717 113.611 1,275 176 .' .. 176.001- Receipts I
Library Replacement Money .. 904 904 Sewer Service Receipts ................ ................ ......... ..... 2.1. %65.466.3 '
AirpOrt Property Money ..... 25.217 25.217. ,... Sewer Connections .. .. ................................................... 7.311.0 7.7.00
Parking Improvement Money. 7.268 7.268 Transfer From Revenue Fund ............................................. 192.88138 19111. j
Santa F. .'" 0 Interest on Investments ... ............ ................... ...... .. 37.99735. 1.M." ",'4.'
Regional Library Money .. 19.693 19.693 Transfer From Construction Fund Interest on Investments Current Year 34.947. 304.941.6 ,
Prepayments ....... . ..... 12.745 12.745 .. "= Transfer From Construction Fund Interest on Investments Prior Year 1,283.33 1.2.3 i
Customers Utility Deposits .... 177,176 277.176. Advance From Construction Fund ................................. ......... 400Investments 4.0'
Employee Contributions Redeemed ..... .. .... ........................................... 19"951. 5.-
to Pension Fund .. ..' .. .. 423.009 C3.m Advance From Sewer Revenue Fund ......................................... &.000.0 6..0

Interest on General Long-Term TOTAL RECE'IPTS .. . . . .................................................$4.261.969 W1 $19238138 $736,233.02 $5..0
Debt payable In Future Years 40621,17 4,621.174 -
GelH'aloLong..Term Debt and '. Disbursements _
Revenue Certificates / ; (or.. Transfer to Operation and Maintenance Fund ..:...:: ..................... 192,88138 19288138
Payable ................ 25.160.000 :t: .-;" ,17.410.000 .7380,000$12301.17T Transfer to Sewer Revenue Fund .... .. 8732928 79,47473 7,852.57
"'ii' 9.2itm:; Operation of Sanitary Sewer Division :: .:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 47.14810 47,148.10 : 1

TOTAL LIABILITIES ............. .$31,566,866- 3111,541- -. 275.8553-128.256, ,S- -S18.2IU -. Operation of Sewage Treatment Plant ................................... 95,79831Interest 95,79831. !

Reserves ... .. Coupons Redeemed ...... ......................,............. 1 2.C5.o U2e.O
For Encumbrances .S 140509 14.509 Investments Purchased .. ... .......... ............. ............ .... 2.1019.0 111a3 238434774
....... ... .. J4.947.4t .
For Working Capital.( 53.68' 38.886 14.100 0 Transfer to Sinking Fund Interest on Investments Current Year 304.97.6
For Emergency Fund ... .... 2.362 2.362 ,.. ;'. = Transfer to Sinking Fund Interest on Investments Prior Year ...... 1. I
For AuthorIZed Expenditures .10.90 .D0.0 55.9 Advance to Sinking Fund .................t.......... ...... ....... ..o' .O
For Future Plant Improvement 200.5 2.5 Proiect CostsiProres ..... ...... ................... ................. .168.S..66 316..6 t
. .. "v .
For For Payment Doubtful Accounts of 24 > : 25.44 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ..... _...............................................$4393.184 $27X35831 8170,798.96 $260.92733 15489.101.41 I

Certificaes and Interest. .. 1.699.526 15.96 ..', 1.1.1 Cash Balances, September 3 1963 ...........................................S -48.22430 I-1,025.00 I 34.11.61 -$ .11.0 t '..2'f

TOTAL RESERVES ...,..........-8 6,101,987 S $4.222765 i $1,767.562. .' .

Investment .-...... 2000 Schedule "C-3* 0 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FUND
Fixed Asts ............. 17.5 1.5 SEPTEMBER 1941 Transfer From Revenue Fund ................................ (
Fund .................. 2.10.75 1.021. 1.4.7 U.74 Construction ...........-..................... S14 Expenditures .
Eared Surplus ...-..0............ 7..1 7629251Unapproprlated .. Real Estate ContraiProres.............................. .............. 149. Operatic And Maintenance Of Sanitary Sewer ,
Water ....................................:.............. 215. (By Department of Public Works) .
Surplus (Deficit) ............ (8,511) (,1 Radio Coi. ........................ .......................... 14.995.0 Personal Services . .... .... .. ........ ......S 39.720.81 '
TOTAL SURPLUS ..................i ( i 51,743.733 $33,745 I 7..1 33,798,534 Engineering Costs ............................,................... Other Operating Expenses ...................... .. \
GRAND TOTAL ..................m 15830 S $1,149.4 S $2.174,10 s S.6 S7. $12301.174 Legal Administrative Costs : ...............................-........... .... 7,400.00. Capital Outlay . . ... .......................... 2.2. I
EXHIBITS "B" "C" "J" "K" Interest ......................... TOTAL OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF i i.
Discount Duri. rtifiates ctri......... ................S'o 390.6 SANITARY SEWERS .. .... ....................... 47.095.05, 1. j

Fiscal Agents' Fee ................................. 2.9.00 Sewage Treatment Plant ( 'I
Exhibit "B" Sewer System Operation and Maintenance Fund .... 1433.33 Misellane ............. ..................... _259.417JM- (By Director o Public Uiiie
30.1111 Operation and .............. ...... 99,88441 .1
PROJECT COSTS To Exhibit ....... .. ..... $ ..
OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Inventory of Materials/ and Supplies .......,,v.... .... 3.1. TOTAL "e .119" Capital Outlay .. ... .... ....................... 100.0 r

1941 CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA TOTAL EXPENDITURES ................................... S 14738144

Cash General Fund ........,,..................... ...$48.18134 Ulbi11 Other Funds Exhibit "D* j'l,
Cash Emergency Fund ................. ................. 362.. 5034143 Electric7 Improvement: Fund ..... .....uOD CITY OF GAINESILE FLORIDA i: I '

Tees Receivable Dllet Schedule "L 3" ....25651.40 Bond and Interest Reireet Fund ... 6.07 ; COMBINED BALANCE Public Improvement Revenue
: Allowance f Er and Losses ..... ....... 1200.00 1',4.4 General _....... 1.0 -0." I ,. r SEPTEMBER 30 1EE Certificates f fBi

Accounts Receivable Schedule "L-4" .. ................$1041734 Evergreen Cemetery Trust Fund ...... 441 And I 1 t

Less: Allowance for Doubtful Accounts .......... 50.00 1D6. Airport Property Money ...................: 25,214.97 : Sewer C":: Series ft
Tax Held "W .... Library Replacement Money ................ 90198 .. R : Revenue : S. I9J4 1923. II
Calct. b C kul. 7.1 Parking Improvement ............... ....... 736844 ASSETS. 0 "- ---' O. Tefal Fun 1&1

W.P.Due From other Gral Funds pavi: ...... .... ..................... 1M. I Santa Prepayments Fe Regional.. M*.. !..::::::::::::::::: 1939143 12.74447 Cash ..................... ...........< ................ .............129372.14. .119.292JJ. t .2.1 f 3X399.01. I 1 .1 ;1.

Eer Revenue Fu .................................. 19..6 TOTAL LIILITI ES ..........................................: 1111.544.6 (Continued O Page 12)t :J Jt
wlte Revenue ............. ......!........... 1.0 Rwenres Ja

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.: (Continued From Page 11) I Contributions I .. .. 423,00886 f
't Insurance Claims l :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 423,00886 2,784.68! uu.ii
Cash with Fiscal Agents ...............,.,.,...,.........,................ 21243550 25,611.14Investments 64,12300 122535.00 Due to: Funds ... .. .
ScheduleL6" .......................................;. 72/,758.75 169,647.40 184.240 37047045
Geeral Government Funds ...............;.................,...:.... 176.0 1760.
Delinquent Taxes Receivable Schedule "L.3" ........................ 507.12 501,12Due
From Other Funds: TOTAL LIABILITIES .. ....,.............?.........."................S 42797T63 S .23008.6. ; S 27.6
Due From': General Government Fund ..........;......,............ M07 63807 FUND BALANCES-Schedule "F-l" .......:...................;........$1.7".7.I $1A23. 10..1 S 84472.87 f I <

Due From Sewer System Construction Fund ..............;........ 60,00000 60,000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND S ........................ SU76.241.16 S 84472.87. $26.276.2R
Due From General Construction Fund .............................. 1.27470 1474.00Due FU.ND.BALC $1475 S9. S10
From Electric Revenue Fund .................................. 1949296 S 19,892.96 (1) 4% contributions by employees refundable If employment teriate before retirement. City ye contributions.
Construction! Work-in-Progress( ........................................... 50000 500.00 (2) Contributions by firemen non-refundable. Contributions Florida equal 1% of fire Insurance premiums collected I City.
(3) Contributions from State of Florida equal 1% of casualty Insurance premiums collected in City
TOTAL ASSETS ................................:......u.i..81,149479,24.- -$215.962 -$ 97.387.64' S-27,607.13 $-S301.655.-:- $504.866.14- (4) To account for money received. fro percental care contracts and 20% o lot sales. 'Interest on Investments transferred to General Fund fo maintenance

Liabilities And Fund Balances ot lots under perpetual ere ctracts .
Matured Bonds and Interest Coupons. ...............-................. 6.28240 6,282.50 (5) A self.Insurance fund .subject to. Irance of the' State of Florida, operation terminated '61.5 remaining assets used t satisfy existing
lanitary Sewer Contract* Payable labities
(In Annual Installments for 10 Years ............................ 121973.71 121,973.71. dal unsettle amount of claim undeterminable at 33-63..
Fund Balances (Deficit) Schedule "D-I" ..........................1.02142303 2048034 (2 ,586.07) 29607.13 301.655..7 501,866.16

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES .................. $1.149.479 1215,962.8f s29.6 7.i3 $S301,6S.S. 504,866.16 Schedule. "F-1-
CITY. OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 3 Firens. Evergreen Workmen's
., SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ., General P.iceH'1 Cemetery CompensatiM
.. PenIon Pension Trust
r \ Public Improvement Revenue FUND BALANCES. October 1, 162 .............................,,.....$1552.048.15 $1,8023.08 f 9648.29 $70.48041 17.1 $27.036.9
Certificates Funds ,
, Bond And Additions
InterestRetirement Sewer Cigarette Series Interest on Investments ......................................... 2884 11,697.47 3343 2.78849
Revenue Tax Series 1954, 1959, Net Rent Income From Sperry Rand Building Schedule "F.3" 983.
Total Fund Fund Fund 1TSO I960S Contributions Fro City ............................................. 77470.26 7 7Q26
BALANCES (Deficit) October 1, 1962 ................................ 791.534.72 S189.643.80 $103,89177) 41264 S2S3.733.64 '$451.63841 Contributions From Employees ................................ 5,0.6 5,032.60
Contribution From State ................. .......................... 17..1 5,143.94 12,503.77Perpetual '
Additions Care Contracts ..... ................................... ,0.11 8,013
Excess of Actual Revenue Over Estimated Revenue Schedule "D 3" 1A1.n 1,40149 Lot Sales (20%) ...........n.............................._........ 20 2,00
Excess of Appropriations Over Expenditures-Schedule "D-4".... 12,99250 12.99240 Refunds on Compensation Payments ................................ ,4.45243
Contribution From Sewer System Revenue Fund ................... 72.83759 72.83749 ,4. .
Contribution From Bond Funds From Collection TOTAL ADDITIONS .............................;................. ..$ 23nu f-119,107.2& t-13,570.90 S $ 8,31.13 $-4,45243
of Principal and Interest on Sewer Assessments ................ 5,876.91 5.876.91 Deductions
Interest on Investments ..............,..,_... ... ................. 19.77282 5,84828 591.20 5,00334 8,330.00City's' Pensions Paid Fro City's Contributions ......................:... 219.1 21,596.0/
Share of Cigarette Tax Collected by State .................. 355.100.99 355,100.99 Pensions Paid ., ....:.............................................. 3,240.00 900.00
Utility Taxes Billed ......... .... .................................... 287.340 287, 40.49 205,906.50 Final Settlement on Claim ........................................... 8,000.DCJ ',0.0
Transfer From Tax Fund .... .......................... 205,90640 -
Cigarette i7i:3ii5Jo: TOTAL DEDUCTIONS ................................... :..............$ 3/,036.0/ f 21,898.06 S 3,210.00 f 9.0 s 1,000.00
TOTAL ADDITIONS ......................................................S 961229.29 S-2044247 $355.100 $292,343.83- $21443640- .
I Deductions BALANCES September 3 196- To Exhibit "F" .....1.$1.7 /. $1.23.3 S f 81,872.87 S 80,631.01 f 2118932

Transfer to General Fund ,........................".........".".* 288.20573 205.73 120,000 168,000.00 .
"* Transfer to Public Improvement Revenue Certificates Schedule

Fund Series 1954, 1959. 1960 ................................ JM't2liS 205,906.50 CITY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA "fZ
1 Redemption of Matured Certificates ..........................." 133.000.00 51.00000 82,00000 TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS
Redemption of Interest Coupons .................................. 1 .CO.75 25.422.00 79.008.75TOTAL STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTSFISCAL

# DEDUCTIONS ..................................................:s 731. 2.91: S 20573 2. '$$325,906 $24442X00 $161.088! YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 16 .

"BALANCES (DEFICIT). September 30, 1963 To Exhibit "D" ......$1.021.223 $20948034-: (24.586.07)-- ) $ 29,607.13 $301,65547 $504466- General Firmen's An Policemen's Evergreen Cemeter ComPnStl1

Series 1954, 1959, 1960 Consisting of: Pension pesiO R.tiret Insurance
Series 1954......................... .$$183.534: Total Fund FUld Fund Fund
Series 1959 ........................184738.75 CASH BALANCES. October 1. ........,,..S 5 56,521.9. f 5 1,50.7 S 687.97 S 1.3361
Series 1960 .......................... 136,593.41TOTAL 192 7.25.6 2,19.3 -

AS ABOVE ....................$504466.1 Interest on Investments ............................................$ 23,880.12 17,691.47 3,394.36 2788.59
Investments Redeemed ............................................ 659.13.18 637,610.5, 10,506.96 6,971. .823.91
..' Rent From Sperry Rand Building .................................. 11.504.0 181.0
1 t Schedule 0.2"i Contributions From City .... ......,.....,..... ................... 7.0.2& 7,570.26
{ f" CITY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Contributions From Employees .... .......................... 7.57026 5,032.60
.a SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS Contributions From ReInstatement of Employees .:........:... 1,97442 1,9.
I I STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTSFISCAL Contributions From State ......................................... 1..71 5,14U 12S7
YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1963 Perpetual Care Contracts .. ..... ............................. 8,5.13 5,058.13
Public Improvement Revenue Lot Sales (20%) .. ... .. .... ................................... 2.0
e Certificates Funds Refunds on Compensation Payments ............................. 4,45233 ..S
'. : t ",. :- Bond And Interest on Investments Due to General Government Fu.. 176.0 176.0
Interest Sewer Cigarette Series .
I f Retirement Revenue Tax Series 1954. 1959., TOTAL RECEIPTS ... .... .............................................. 1,058,013.19 5 993.927.7 .-f 2/,07786. .-52.26/.10 -f 13,351.13 W
i Total Fund Fund Fund 19" 1961I Disbursements

'CASH BALANCES, Octeber'L 1962 '. Investments Purchased ....................:....................,.$ 986,061.70 9U.91.7: 18,000.00 19,500.DCJ 13,650.00
Cash .............................;..................................f U5,800.92 19.816.87 S 25,161.1G f 112.61 f 37,275.91 f 63IU..C. I Pension Paid From City's Contributions ....... ...... ......... 21,81.0 2,81.0
Cash with,, Fiscal Agents ............................................ 210,951.75 25.660.DCJ 63,651.00 121.643.TO1PAL 5 Refunds of Employees' Contributions ............................. .
.........;.......356755.67 45.176.81 25,161.11 12.U 100,926.91 1U,778.1 5 i Refunds of Employees' Portion of Pension ..........,,. ...... 6,33.26 6,338.26 .
CASH BALANCES ............................. Sperry Rand Building Expense- Tues and Insurance .......... 28.78.62 28786.62

.Rec' Plsrroperfy Pensions Paid .. .. .. ... .. .. : 900.00
Taxes Collected .........................................8 70,190.97 70,190.97 Payments on Claims Allowed ::. ::::::::::::::.. :::::::::::::::::: 8,000.00: L.0.o $.000.00

Delinquent Taxes Collected ...........................,.......... 11.60. 11.60 Collections Recorded I" General Government Fund ................ 250.00 20,0(1 .

Contrlbutl n From From Bonds Sewer Funds System From Revenue Collections Fund ................ 72.837.59 n.837.59'Contribution TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .. . .. ...... .... ..................$1,07,971.1. $1,016,431.11 5 21,240.00 _120, 00.O -$ 13,900.00 $

of principal and Interest on Sewer Assessments ............ 4,602.21 4,602.21 CASH BALANCES, September 30. 1963 ................................$ 51,321,76 f 34025.40 'i '7 S0'I .
Interest on Investments ..........................:................... 20,206.08 5.848.28 591.20 5.003.U L763.2Investments /I .
Redeemed ..................... .......................... 620.362.72 7 ,101.7Z 79AQ8.80 132,842.66 334009. I
CollectIon of Prior Year's Due From Other Funds ............ 1S.6M.69 UA91.69 1,173.00City's Schedule "F.3Insurance Expense .....................................1 2,2.5
Share of Cigarette Tax Collected by State .................. 355,100.99 355,100.99 CITY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Bond Premium Expense ............................... 21U.DCJ
Utility Taxes Collected ..... ......................................... 214.081.26 2U,081.26 TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS Property Taxes ..........................................
Transfer From Cigarette Tu Fund ................................ 205.906.50 205.906.5!0.I GENERAL PENSION FUND Depreciation ..................................._...... W2. __

TOTAL RECEIPTS .......................................................81.646964.61 "5052.57 $171,931.49- $355,100.99- $423,100.26- $518,679.-30 I FISCAL STATEMENT YEAR ENDING OF NET SEPTEMBER RENT INCOME 30, ,' TOTAL EXPENSES .....................................- f 17.5

Ilsbursements. RENT INCOME From Rand :..................... THE YEAR -
: payment of Matured Bonds and Certificates .:................ U5.GOO.1IIt 32.000.00 51,000.00 82.000.01) LESS: EXPENSES Sperry 5181,504.09 NETToRsEchNuIINeC2MF.E1"..... .......................... S 9" 89.
Payment of Interest Coupons . ..... ........................ 122,000.75 17,570.00 25,422.00 79.008.7
Loan to Sewer System Construction Fund ...................... 60,000.0(1 60,000.00 'J
Construction Work-Inproress ....,1............................... 500.00 500.00 Exhibit "G" Dividend Group Life Insurance 4M2.90 15.1G 1,600.000. -
Investments .. .. ..... ... ............................ 792.521. 93,749.12 79,108.80 182,03.1 37,280.3 CITY OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Purchase Recreation Equipment :.... 1671 160
Payments on 'Sanitary Sewer Contracts ....................... 21,570.85 21,570.15. SUSPENCE FUND Social Security and Withholding "
Transfer to General Fund .................................... 295000.00 7,000.00 120,000.00 168,000.00Transfer ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN CASH AND FUND BALANCE Tax Money .. ... .. ......... 31,7&.5 321,786.55a.- .- -
to Public Improvement Revenue Certificates FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 196 Prorate Taxes on Property' .
i Fund Series 1951, 1959. 1960 .." 205.906.50 205,906.5G Cash by City of Gainesville,. 302.15 _. .. ".: :. :' :]07.18
Payment on Prior Years Due to Other Funds :::::::::::::::: 1.313.01: 110.07 1,173.0C.I Balance Balance Cad Deposit! Blanche Courtney ....... 15.0(1 s50.b8. ..i

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS ... .. .. ......................................$1,663,812.84 $150,459.19 $161,479.65 $325.906.50 1@6405.16 5599.462.1 4 I i Tax Monev Duplicate Payments ..$1012 f Receipts Disbre mets 9.306, Deposit Cheshire on Sewer Apartments Assessment.. ...-..... 972.00.. .. .. A.. t7O

Cash Balances, September ,a'1'' ......................,.............. :1,907.U f 4,170.2 5-35.612.91 i 197422.01- S Tu Certificate Money Held For 70.53 695. 241 5 Unclaimed Overpayment of Taxes .. 10.2. .

.f: Certificate Holders ..............., S 5 Deposits on Sewer Assessments (6) 1991.00 1,991.00
onslslf .. .... .. ..... .. ........ .. .. 35,612.94 33,399.01 11460.3 1 I Occupational Licenses Paid 2. 3,0. 3.01' 3891 Advance on .Barbr Cerifcate .... 1 .0 14.0(1
.. ... ........ .. ... ... ....... 129,372.14 19,275' 29.67.13 LSOReceipts'
.. .
.. ......
,, I In Advance ...... .......... Overages .. .. .
Casts with Fiscal Agent .......................................... 212.0 2,177.0 .13.00 12.0 U.13UO 270750 .,31. 29,707.50 ..
From Sal of Bicycles i i $357,69435 S
TOTAL AS' ABOVE ....................................................S :U1,907.U' $ 45.170.25 S 35.612.91 f 29,607.13, f 97.5201 5133.995.31 i. ..,..... -S 23,087.03 5345.036.62- 3,7U7
Libraryand BookUnclaimed Proper......... 1.90.4 263.0 37,21 1,31.0 766. FUND BALANCE September 30. 1463..f: 35,714.76

BOND AND INTEREST RETIREMENT FUND 161 Cash ..... ... ..................................... $ 32,16.4 SEPTEMBER 30 1963 .
Revenue Due From Other Funds: Sinking Funds Water and

Current Tax Revenue . .. .. .....................$73,281.60 General Government Fund ....................... .... 5.0 Electric Water water And EeclrlcASSETS
Less: Discounts on Current Taxes ................ 71,101.19 paving Assessments Receivable ...................... ...... 51,07.6 Total Revenue Revenue ElectricCertificates Construcin
2113.1 ... ......................... I Current Assets Fund. Fund
Sewer Assessments Receivable
: Es mate Re.nu ..:.... .:. .. ..... ...... ................- 69,700.00 Cash on Hand and On Deposit _.............. ........................,....$ 327,06906 $ 12,11160 $ 27159 S 182,55651 t 1312.3
EXCESS OF ACTUAL REVENUE OVER ESTIMATED TOTAL CASH AND RECEIVABLES ......................... $1063.5 Cash with Fiscal Agents ................................................... 2,24225 2242

REVENUE To Schedule "Dl" ................. 1,401.49 w.r : Progress ................:............545,668.80Schedule Accounts Receivable After Deducing Allowance
lt Field Improvents for Doubtful Accounts Scheule .L. ................................ 663,261.19 -
"D 4" Fire Station No 4 Gainesville ................ 1,800.0 Investments Schedule "L-6" ............................................... 6,261.1' 1,359,004 5.991,981
CITY SPECIAL OF GAINESVILLE REVENUE 'FUNDS FLORIDA TOTAL WORK-IN.PROGRESS ".. ."..."""""". 6 8.80 Accrue Interest Other Funds on Investments ............?....................... .... 7,30.986.13 1.0. 11,00544

'STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURES COMPARED WITH APPROPRIATION TOTAL ASSETS ............................................ -1165.112.38 General Government:Fund ........................................ ...... 5.602.3' 5602.37
FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 3 16 LABILTIES AND FUND BALANCE Water Revenue Fund .. ........................................ ... 27,66144
Over' Or Water and Electric Construction Fund .......... ....... ............. 2,71116 2,711.16
prlations AproExpend4 lures Expenses Under fabllties to Sewer Revenue Fund .......................... 1,274.70 Electric Revenue. Fund ..........................,,....... .... .... 76,067.05 76.067.05
Contracts Payable Storm Sewers n Annual Inventories:
BOND AND INTEEST RETIREMENT FUND Installments Running i S ) ( Materials and Supplies ..................................... ........... 259.992.3 259.92.3
Interest ,on OfDe ::. :::::::: .::: : ::::. :::.816,715.00 $16,182.50: $ 592.50 Kirk atrkk and Pierson Inc ..................... $63,471.07 Fuel Oil . . ..................................................... ,10\7 "-

Matured RedemDtln Bonds and Principal Interest Outstanding ...,..32.000.00 7,000.00 32.000.00 1.525.00 5.75.00Dfbt Lincoln' Estates, Ine ............................30. 0.2. TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS .................................................... .$ 5 76,33'.'! $1,5. ..
... .. ... 107,9.3.97 100.699.1,05,441.66 J.8C3.Z
Hugh Edwards, Inc ....................... .
... ... .
Service AdminIstration ........... 7,000.00 7,000.00 Improvement Fund -
Sinking- Fund .. .. .. .. ...................-6,925.000-- .-6,925.00-- TOTAL LIABILITIES .. ................................. $10,218.67 Cash on Hand . .. ................................. ................. 3140533 31,805.33 --_.

TOTALS To Schedule "D-l" ..............$69,700.00 556.70740 112.992.50 Fund Bllanc Authorized Investments Schedule "L-6" ...................................... 98,75000 98.750.0(1 '
Resere for Expenditure Due From General Government Fund .................................. 45,00000
Schedule "E.1" ... ..... ...................... 4,000.0
Exhibit "E" ... .
55.93.7 Binder on Citizens Bank Property .. .......................... .......... 25.0.0 25,000.00
BOND FUNDS $65:2.38Schedule TOTAL ELECTRIC IMPROVEMENT FUND .......................... ......,,$ $ '200.555.3
Utility PlantsIn
"E-r Service After Allowance fo Depreciation '

CIT OF GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Schedule "H5" ..,...................................................... 17,97480947 $136.1' 4,28,161.
BOND FUNDS' Construction Work-in-Progress Schedule "H-6" ....................... 8674946 16.5".6

ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES TOTAL UTILITY PLANTS ......................................................$1844240416 $13,66.18" 4,288,16129 16.59..6'
General Improvement CertifclteConstructlO TOTAL ASSETS ... ..... _.......................................$ ":. $14,932.645.17S $$4.364,499 $1,543403 17.002.711.16
Construction -
.. ..... .............. .. .. .... .... $274,35737 (57,331.847 $281.68941
Balances, (Deficit, October 1 1962 ............. ...... -
Accounts Payable ". .. ......................................................$ 152,67.3 15:1.5 S 27,337.81Accrued
A.tlns Interest Payable .. ..;.......................... ............... 89.69.88 ,: 18,322.86
Final Balance Transferred From Certificate Constrcti Fund .............................._ 337.289.21 337.289 Accrued State Electric Utility Tax ..... ................................... 37,076
Final Balance Transferred to General ......................................... 4696186 .964.16 Customers' Utit Deposits .. ........................'................. 277,17600 219,800.00 .
Interest on Paving Assessments ........................................... ...................... 1,990.79 92390 '1,06689 Matured Coupons Payable .. ...... .........:.............?...... 2,24225 5,76.0 .. .
Interest on Sewer Assessments ... .. ............................................................. 613.31 190.03 42348 Due to Other Funds: .
Interest o investments . . .. .......................................................... 1.50.0 6.0 900.00 General Government Fund .................. ................... 26887.05 25,262.05 1,62500 .
Proceeds From Sale! of Land and House .... ............................................?....... .11,70040 14,700.00 Public Improvement Revenue Certificate Fund Series 1950 ........ 19.82.9 19.82.9 .,
Contribution From General Government Fund 1961-62 Surplus ................................ 4.0.0 4,000.0 Sewer System Revenue Fund .. ....................... ........... 2.781.89 2.71.89 -
Appropriatio From General Government Fund For Stor Sewer Payments .................... .57. 574.1 Water Revenue Fund .................................: ........... 76,067.0
Contribution From Improvement Construction. Fund ............................................ oo.o OO.O Electric Revenue Fund ........................................ 30,37270 27.1.5 ,. ... j.711.14

TOTAL ADDITIONS ..*........-... .......-.t...................................................$54485288 $438.79745 $5045503 $ 55,60000 Revenue Certificates Outstanding Schedule "H-7" .......... .......... 17,0,0.0 8,084,000.00 7.000,00000

DuiOn .- TOTAL LIABILITIES ..., ..... ...."...........................................$11,21.8.0 S 8,631.569.12 S 2,528,323.21 f 2.24.2 -$ -7,082,711.16

Assessment 'Cancelled by City Commission ........................................... $ 387.00 S 387.00175X72 INVESTMENT OF MUNICIPALITY .........................................S 232.00000 S 148,000 S $4000.00
Sewer Revenue Fund From Collections -
Contribution to of and "
Interest Sewer Assessments ............. ... .Prinipl. ....................... 587691Contribution 3.12319 Reserves .
o Certificate Construction Fund ................................................ 40,00000 0,000.0 Reserve for Future Plant Improvements Schedule "HI" ........ ..$ 20,55.3 200,555.3
Fund Balance Transferred From Improvement Constrctio Fund ............................ 48.964.86 48,964.86 Reserve for Doubtful Accounts Transferred to Electric Revenue Fund.. 25.4 2544645,
I Fund Balance Transferred ,to General ...................................... 33728921 337.28*.21 Sinking Fund Reserve Water ane Electric .
City's Cost of Coplet Prefects Schedule "E2" .......................................... 33,787.9& 330,787 Certificates Schedule "H-1" ... ...................................... 1, 1,56G.97 $ IS.,56G.9

TOTAL DEDUCTIONS J: .._. . . .. .. .':................................................... $76 $382.893.54 4X12X19 $37.289.21 TOTAL RESERVES ..................................... ..................$ i,767.2.75. $ 2.555.33 S 25,44645 1,54146047Surplus ..

Balane September 30, 1943. Te Exhibit "E" ....... ...................:. .................... s. S 55,903.11 -4- -0-- Schedule "HI"t..............;................................. 17,29.250.69 $ 5.902.520 $ 1.726,730 -

RESERVES AND S"Pr)5 .................... ............. 'U.932, 5.17 S V4.499.' f 1.543.803.2 $ 7,002,71116
Schedule "E.2" Right-ofWay S. E. 9th Street ..................._.... 36.37.3 $7,83,659.48 -
CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Street Resurfacing .... ................ ...... 37.249.9CrNERABLONcDONFSUTNRDuSCTION

I TOTAL. STREET PROJECTS ...,........... ....... $ 95,624.3 Schedule "H-l

OF COMPLETED PROJECTS Fire Alarm System ... ...........,................ 13.655.0 UTILITY FUNDS
SEPTEMBER 30. 1943 Police Station Improvements ....... .................... 2.2.18 ..' .' ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN SURPLUS AND RESERVES ,
Entrance Road to Industrial Campus ...,.......... "a FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1963 .

Sr Projects W. Terrace ............. ......................* 8.884.05 Property Purcase for New Post Office .............. 171.65 .: ;> Sinking ReserveWater Fund Reserve ImprovementsElectric For Future Plant
., S E. 5t Street ................................... 301 e s ..... ..................................... 13

S S W. 1s Avnu. ...................................... TOTAL OTHER PROJECTS .................:......... ,163.6 Water A Electric Electric
W. .............. ..............- 21444 TOTAL .. $ Revenue Revenue Eler Revenue Cn
S W. 7 ............... ................. 885.46 COSTS OF COMPLETED. PROJECTS Total Fund Fund Fund )
S S E. Dpt Stt st..................-.................... 4.981.17 To Schedule "E-1" .......................:........... $330,787.94 Additions BALANCES, October 1, 196J ............................................$ .,911 $5447457.17,, $1466402.73. $147147833., -$39543901 N -$55649

Schedule "E Net Income for Fiscal Year Schedule "H.2............ 1.18.75 1057781.34 12,0.
CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Revenue Certificates Retired and .

BOND FUNDS Paid Through Sinking Funds ............................... 71247940 54468148 167,87.6
STATEMENT. OF CASH RECEIPTS AND Materials Returned to Inventory .................?............. 14,09X06 1 ,03.0
FISCAL YEAR ENDING, DISBURSEMENT Inventory Adjustment ........ ....................;............... 11,5.3 ._ ._... ..
3 General Improvement Contribution From Electric Improvement Fun _
Construction ceiralteConstruciOn for Acquisition of Fixed Assets ... ......................... 199,675.00 199,675
Fund ConstrucionT.tal Contribution from Electric Construction Fund ............... 55640 55640 .
Balances,. October 1, 1962 ................................... ....................................... $ Fun $ $ ) Insurance Refund for Prior Years Premium .................... 9,91X16 ',81.3 3,05081
.u_"._'". ................................................................,............... 5.2 50..5 5.6 Sale of Fully Depreciated .. ... .. .. ..... .. 6.0 6.30.0
UO'Ip. From Improvement Construction Fund .......................................... 8.4032? Prior Year Outstanding Check Voided .. ....... ........ 17875 17.75 -."
Cash Transfer From Certificate Construction Fund .. .........................,.............. ,3 6474 23 Contribution Fro Electric Reveu Fund For 4.-
Contribution From, General Government Fund 1961-62 Surplus ............................t.... 45.0.0 6.64.23 4.00 Materials Supplies Us in Prior Year ... ........ 30,62849 30,62849 : -
Appropriation From General Government Fund for Storm Sewer Payments .................. Contribution From Electric Revenue and Water Revenue Funds 720,9941829,93X84 7.910" :-
Payments on Paving Assessments ......................................... ................... 22,55946 s,74.1 11.19659 Interest on Investents. ..... ........ _................. 2' u
Payments on Sewer Assessments ........................................................... ... 5,26360 1.2.17 Interest From Proceeds .
Interest on Paving Assessments ................................................................ 1.97 22.. 2,97..21 1963 Revenue Certificates Issue ......... o. .................. 450,00000
Interest on Sewer Assessments .................................................................. 19003 1.08 Accrued Interest at Date of Sale 1963 000.0
Interest on Investments ....................................................................... 140000 600.00 4 404Redemption 00, Revenue Certificate Issue ..*.o.....?.....?...................... 103416 1D164
Investments ...................................................... .. ...... 4040000
of '
Contribution From Improvement Construction Fund ..................... ............;.......... 4.000.00 4.0.0 .. 40,000 DI I TOTAL ADDITIONS ....................................................$347644987Deductions $1.1.7 $ 33048644. $1499449., -S 4,791.250.-

Proceeds From Sale Land and House ...................................*....................... 147:0:

TOTAL RECEIPTS ....O................................................................................. $241.49885 14700.0 i $ $ I Contributions of to Sinking Funds for Retirement : .-. -......'.,..
1 s Revenue Certificates and Interest on Debt .............. 720,9901 5.931.4 '17,0.70 .
Dlrsllf Transfer to General Fund ?_.......... .... .................... 705.00000 -' '. ..
--' -
Transferred to General Fund ................................................ $ ; 840X35 64744: Contribution to Water Revenue Fu for Materials
Cas Prolects Under Cotruci. .. ... ........................................................ 15,077. .,466.4. and Supplies Used In Prior ........:..................... 30,62849 3062849 .. ._ '_
Funds Collected by General Government Fund ... ... .:....'..........................? 5.00. ,3'500 15,000.0 Matured Bonds .348,000.00 3,0.00. .
Contribution to Sewer Revenue Fund From Collection of Principal and' Matured Interest ...................... 48146640 '41.50
Interest on Sewer Assessments .......... ......................................... 460231 147902 Contribution to Electric Revenue Fund for ,.
.Contribution to Certificate Construction Fun .........................:.......:.................. 40,0.O 3121. Acquisition! of Fixed Assets. .. ..................... 19,675.0 19.50
t .Payments to Developers For Storm 4 Contribution t Electric Revenue Fund ....................... S <. __?5560

i Klrkpatrick and Piers ins ... ...................................................:..... .106.18 1611 TOTAL DEDUCTIONS .... .... ..... ... .. .$2 86416.6* 51,286,559.99 1 176058.70 1 529,366.54 5199475.00 '.:
Hugh Edwards ............................................................................. 3,439.45 ? S
t Hugh Edwards. Inc ................................:....................................... 2.t 2.9 SA. BALANCES. $ September 3 1963 To Exhibit "H" ................S.: 1,9.520.4 $1,7.72 $1",97 s4SS.5.-!:,
Lincoln Estates. Inc. .............................. ......................................... 12.01. 1201. ".. -- : ,-
I TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .;.................................... ........ ....................... S6 513sOr1.46 $ 66,526.563.24f.a1 Schedule "1(-2" Schedule, "t
..ae September 30.. 1963 ........................................................................ $32.16&43- -..0... -.g.. CITY 'OF GAINESVILE FLORIDA CITY ,OF UTILITY GAINESVILLE FUNDS., FLORIDA- ".* n.,.


COMBINED BALANCE SHEET Electric Water Residential. ED.?...?.............-_.......S1. .10 -
SEPTEMBER 30, 1963 Revenue. Revenue Commercial Sales ............ ..........1,114.0.6 .
Firemen's Total Fund Fund General Power Sales ,........_................ -
. General Relief Policemen's Cemetery Evergreen Wo. Operating Revenue Schedule "-3 .... S17.4 $3.886,83652 $90944194 Large Power Sales ..........-.................. 308,01506
A CoPSt *" .............
Pension Pts RetirementFund Trust laaae Less: Operating Revenue Deductions Street Lighting and Traffic System 67,7.TOTAL
ASSETS Total Fund Fun Fund Operating Expenses -' Schedule "H-4" ....$240542945 $49044797 ELECTRIC ENERGY ........... \
Cash ........... ...-..;.,....;............;............................$ 5742776 $ :34,02540 $ $ 3472.87 $ 13918 $Fun U.5o Depreciation .. ......................... .. 942.12895 2162 Other SALES Revenue OF -, .. I7US.
"L-6" ....... .........,........ ..... 93X042 101425.00 8140000 : ... .....
investments Schedule .. .. 1,0 1..11:00 1.52.00 TOTAL DEDUCTIONS _.......................$3447458 $70643840 Rent From Electric Property .. ... $ 375
Due From Other Funds: $1G Traffic and Street Lighting ....
General Government Fund ..................................... 2.00 25000 Operating Income .._...................... $1448420.06 11A16 $203 1 Maintenance Installation of of Traffic and Street Lighting ... 5.0
Prepaid- Bond Premium .... ...................... .... ...........:.. "916.0 4,916.00 Less: Noe-Operating Expense I. 35.0.'
FIXED Sperry Rand Interest Expense .......................... 3614240 287434.98 7X99442 Refuse and Sewer Bli.Seri1.0. ..

Land ASSET. ..... .. ..:After...........V.-.... 21,7.00 2147000 NET INCOME-Schedule "H-l" :.......?..,117.. $1,0.1.. $129.0042. .Service Chare Reenu. ......*.... .....-........ 319.1'7AO
Building and Equipment Allowance tor, Depreciation. 1G57.4 1.4

;TOTAL ASSETS *.......,...,.....*".......................................$17455 11.16 1.1' $106,551.19 S8447247 S 80407.10 2647640


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Chamber of Commerce -Committee of 100 .......... 5,0.0TOTAL Revenue j

TOTAL OTHER REVENUE .......................... .. 104,97844: SALES PROMOTION EXPENSE ... ....... '3.3 Spia Bo and FUd .
tom OPERATING REVENUE. ., Administrative General Reireet Fund .
SLECTRIC REVENUE FUND ..................... $3,886,836.52Mater Salaries A.... .Exp. .................'$27,82544 Seer Fund !
Resume Office Supplies and Expense ................. ..... 219.71 Cigarette Tax Fu .
Fuad -I Insurance ........ .. .n. .................... 58,908.61Employees' P.I.R.C Fund
Sales ef WaterGeneral Pension and Benefits ....:............... P.IR.C Fun- .
Customers .............................. 690, 9718 Miscellaneous General ...,............... 7..4 19s 1959.
University of Florida .............................. 15,350,47TOTAL Rent ... .Expns. ...... .:.......... 1.7 2.0 TOTAL SPECIAL

SALES OF WATER ....................... $ Share o Joint Expense Purchasing Department .1 REVENUE FUNDS '
Other Revenue 75,1.1 Share Joint Expense Accounting Department .. 21,00

y Service Connection Charges .................1 TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND Bend Funds -
2S.fr7hWttr Propr ...................... 13137 GENERAL EXPENSE :..... ......................... ?1D.CTOTAL ImprovementConstruction Fund .
Serk. .........N.......... '
Miscellaneous Revenue ........................ 1.0 OPERATING EXPENSE-ELECTRIC Certificate
.0 REVENUE FUND ....... ....... ...........,..... .1,815,381./8 Construction '
TOTAL OTHER REVENUE ....... ...........:. $ I. General Construction 361.116.64
TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE- 13,47 Water Revenue Fund 1.77 .

WATER REVENUE FUND ......... $ 909.341.94, Plant Oprltin and Maintenance and Ex.f. ........ .$ 16,407.00 TOTAL Trust BOND Agency FUNDS ...............$927,031.1

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE-ELECTRIC AND Operation Suprisi. ........................ ...... 41,443,01 Ad Pension -
WATER UTILITIES To Schedule "** ..... $ .&17.4 Supplies and Expenses ........... 26.9, Firemen's Pension ..... ...... .$112,253.41

Maintenance o Structures and Improeens... .9.55 Policemen's Retrement ............... ......5

CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Schedule "H-H Maintenance Power Purchased Power. ...and..........Equipent...... ....... 9,15 26.27.1 Evergreen Trust Ceeter ) .........N.... $927.031.11.
I UTIUT FUNDS Purification Chemicals ...... ................... .. 47. 'F"n

J. 16
Electric Production Revenue Fun Fuel Exens ..0. ..... ............ ...,..... 9.5 Suspense
Fun Current
Distribution Expense Deilei.
Electric Gerati: Supervision Engineering ..... ........ .. $ 17.0.6 Suspense Fund ..... Taxes TIXS
Opltll Maintenance an Mains ....... .. Utility Funds $20.87124
Suprisi and Engineering ..................I n.62110 Maintenance of Services ..... .... .......... 3.62.2 Electric Revenue ---
i .. .. .. .. ..... .
.. 181,975.21 .
"" Maintenance of Meters .... .. Water Revenue Fund ,
I Station Labor ...... ._.. ,.. ,......:....1167.3: Maintenance of Hydrants ... ................... 1,417.88 Electric Construction 1,18,34.3 5,447.50
Water ". ... ... ... .................... ... 23,53.3 Maintenance of Mobile Equipment .. .............. Water and Electric ..
Supplies and Expense ...............M...... .. 3.9.- $1,010.709.96 Operation Center Expenses .... .... .. 20.67.2 21.1 Construcion Fund. I $ ".147..3 i!$3,447-

Maintenance .TOTAL DISTRIBUTION EXPENSE ..... .. $
'Supervision In Engineering ........ ..,.... .$ 7.01.0 Customers' Accounting Expense 127..3 TOTAL UTILITY 1.0.0 $ 15
Maintenance Structures and Equipet ..... 1190.12 Meter Reading . .. .. .. ... ........ ............$ 4.779.34 : 122.
Maintenance Boiler Plant .. ... TOTAL ALL FUNDS
o Customers' Records Collection Expense ..... 5.354.38Customers' 6.0
Maintenance o Electric Plant Equipment ........ 2..76 Billing In Accounting ................ :
Maintenance Diesel Equipment ....... ..... 6.3 1,2< Delinquent Accounts Expense ................... 7,07 22.0 :::::::::::::: : 34.99545 _

TOTAL PROOUCION EXPENSE ...............?. $1,095,951.77 Miscellaneous Expense .... .............. ...... Sl.14i.374.30 $ IMJI
Allowance for Doubtful Accounts ................... 3,600.00TOTAL STATEMENT OF ;

$prlsl 1 Exp. ........................................$ 15,291.75 CUSTOMERS' ACCOUNTING EXPENSE.. '1 General --0- S&12
...................................... Sales Promotion Expense 23,0.9 Fund
Overhead System ......... .. .... .20.769.3 3.0.3 Demonstration and Selling ,...... ............... I 110.70 General Citizens Gov.rlnt Bank Bond And
Street Lighting and Signal Systems ............. Administrative and General Expense Interest
Meter Expenses ......... ............................ ,,,96.58. Salaries .......o......................................$ 7,0.4 Emergency Citizens Bank Fund of Gere Retiret
Maintenance of Distribution Equipment .............. 180.0 Office Supplies and Expense .. ....................
Maintenance of Mobile Equipment .................. A9.01 Insurance .............. .......................... 1.16.2. Sewer Syt.n Revenu.'T .. $ 5.175.0 5 2."
Operation Center Expenses ....................... 51,79.2 Employees' Pension and Benefits ................. 3.2.,9 Revenue 212.0 2.67
............... City Bank, 2,07.3
TOTAL DISTRIBUTION EXPENSE ........ $ 410,611.48ustomers' Miscelans General Expense 32".1 Universit .
Accontn Expense .. ... ..... ..... .. ...... ................ 6.0 2,3.80
Meter .. ..... ......................$ 1.9.7 Share of Joint Expense Purchasing Dep.rment .. 2,10.0 Revenue University Certificate City Bank. .' 2.,7.. .
CUtoer Records an Collection Expense ....... 21.15.6 Share of Joint Expenses Accounting Dertet. 5,2.0 Series 142 2,191.17
Custoers' Billing Accounting .............. 27,81.6 TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND First National Bank 1,129.13
Delinquent Accounts Expense ............ .. 9,16.88 GENERAL EXPENSE .. .... ................,....... $ 6.0,4.7 Construction Fund 5.616.27
Miscellaneous Expense .. ......... ........... 27.90 Florida National M
Allowance for Doubtful Accounts ... TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 3!
.. .. .
TOTAL 6,00.0 WATER REVENUE FUND .................... S AO.2.7.9 Spi.1 Revenue 6.. 12..50
CUSTOMERS' ACCOUNTING EXPENSE ... $ 11,144.82' Interest

t Demonstration and Selling ..................$ 5111 WATER UTILITIES To Schedule "H-2" ....... 12,3.62.45 Morgan First National Guaranty Bank ".10 410

J' = New York Fiscal $25X57.40 $ i
I I Schedule "H-5" Sewer Fund
CIT OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Citizens Bank of $4.200.00.
UTILITY FUNDS Cigarette Tax Fund $19X57.40 $
ELECTRIC AND WATER Public Improvement T

J SEPTEMBER 30, 1943 Certificates Fund Exhibit".. "D"
Assets At Cost Allowance For Dereiltiof Depreilte First National
Balance Additions Balance Morgan Guaranty
Balan. Oereiltion Balan. Schedule "L-4"
o 10-1-42 1942-63 9-30-43 19-1-42 19WJ 9-30-43 9-30-41 New York. Fiscal
Electric Revenue Fund Public Improvement
t Land ,.. ,.......................$ 138,934,01 f 138,936.01 $ 138,936.01 Cerliclte Fund ) ALL. FUNDS
J Plant Properties ...... ........... 10.69.675.1 3470.45 10,693,045,6$2$72,463.23 $3,080,313.5 $ 7,612,73249 S.rle 154, 15 1'
> Distribution System ... ........... 1,093,086.27 $0,2.7.7. Citizens
Operations Center .................. 6,089.05 12,33.36 750,56.3 6.892.37. 9.117.00 5,50.759.5 Morgan Guaranty S 1o1.
j Transportation Equipment ........... 193375.0 53,121.10 216,196.191,029.11 9,19.1 1.23.17. 16.17.1 New York Fiscal 50.0
Shop and Warehouse .............. 75,31.9 1,700.27 27,110.62 26.13.1 30,822.23 13.3.94] Bond Fund
7,0.2 3.71.6 4,269.9 110,76.
Office Furniture .... ..
| 5151.21 1494.23, 57.< 29.748.02 3,2.52 32,971.51 20,469.9j I G.n'ri Construction ,

I TOTALS .... .-... ..... .....$730,50.8 $ 10,3.3 $13,6867648118 First National Bank .
Less: Putty Depreciated Assets SCM.... S.2.0.842 S28.153 i U Trust And Agency
General Pension
f To Exhibit "H" ......FUND.........11.:.50.1 $ 10.3.37 $ -$3,828,154.30 $76,0.7 ",39,560.9 $3,686.1 I Firemen's Florida ::I nalnla ...
Water Revenue Fund Florida National

; Land ... ............... .......$ 36.788.98 $ 34.788.98 S olicemen's Retirement $182.014.49
/ Water Plant ....,...... ... 1448.209.37 1,568,209.37 1 509,071.20 52.947.81 1 562,022.01 3,788.9, Florida National S2595.3
j Caretaker's House ........... .2,000.81 2,000.81 1,360.51 80.03 1,440.5560.2 1, Evergreen Cemetery .0.0
I Wells and Pumping Equipment 325.507. 32540745 8,148.80 91,101.12 First National Bank
A Plant and. Shop Equipet .. ..... 3,217.13 35217.13 1.93.9 22.0.78. 1,747.75 2.,156.53 231.0.8 1.0.60 Workmen's $495,012.07
t Purification ....... ... A30.76.1 A.76.1 27,63.89 14.241.82 243,925.71 16.8.2..0 Florida National .
1 .Distribution System .... 3.62"6.1 29039.1 393 125.2 96.80.0 13,92.0 1,10,70.0 Suspense Fund Exhibit "H" $ '
Transportation Equipment ..... 20.19..2 31.0 166.3 17,1.7 3.62. i Suspense Fund ..1674,028.15Schedule
Office Furniture .......... 1112..0 1,467.1 14491.20 10,962 -31149 1.0.21 3.282.9 I Florida National
I .To Exhibit "H" ... ........$ 4.054.29947. 1 23.07.2 $6.347436.86. 51.843,085.3$216,090.23- $2,059,17547 4,288,141.2*I Electric Florida National. Fund "L-$

UTILITY ..... .......... 12..0..0 $1,103.371.44 $4,423,5.0 55,671.21.6942,128.95, ",.,7.5 $17,974,809.41 Electric First National Improvement Bank 111.ne

Collections ,3
( Schedule "H-4" Water Revenue Fund

CITY OF SVFLORIDA AGBO Switches ... .. ........................... 1,981.96Transformers First National Bank $4,974.12 $4,934.70
UTILITY FUNDS ......... .................:. .... 51,745.88 Water And Electric 6.86 14.6
CONSTRUCTION Switches .......................................... 11.977.45 Florida National .
WORK.IN.PROGRES o 16 Wire .... ............. ......................... 31.3 113.30.1 Sinking Funds 13.15
Water And Electric
i Water Mew and Plant Electric Construction Fund Engineering CostsAdministrative ........... ................... S 6M.Q Certificates 102.47

Boiler and Equipment .... ... .. ...............515.291.00Outdoor Costs Florida National 6.6.
Interest During Construction ....................$450.000.00Discount Water And Electric
Circuit Breaker Installation ........ .... -4.001.14 S ",21 on Certificates ............................. 1.,0.0 Certificates 49.20-, I
Distribution System Fiscal Agent Fees ........... ......... ..... American National
N.- W. 22nd Street ............................$ 7.73583 Attorney 'Fees ................................... 3.5.0 1,0.0 Company of $4.912.98 $7.272.1
Sewer Lift Stations ........................ 1,00.0 Miscellaneous ......... ............. ........ 3,9. S,1.r! Water And Electric
Carol Estates and Highland Court Manor ..... 3.09.56 Schedule "4.6"
Cut-Over In Hibiscus Park ........ .. .. 17.60.7 .. .....WORK.IN.PROGRESS.... .. .. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
To Exhibit "H" .. .. ... .. .. CITY OF
PI Afit. Vllrff. .. .*utrh.. .... ....... ... ..- 167.594.61Bokmbl. STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS ALL FUNDS
i SEPTEMBER 30' 1>43 '
Schedule "H7"Outstanding System Funds Dale Maturity Maturity
Seer Value Cost
CITY OF GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA Revenue .Certificate Fund-Series 1942 Acquired Date .
UTILITY FUNDS U. S.' Treasury Bis Sinkin.. ... ...... ......... ....... .'.... ............. ...".7.8.4310.3161- S 120,000.00 $ 1'.I3


Total Retired Matured TOTAL SEWER SYSTEM FUNDS .......... ..... ........................................ I 12,0.0 $ 1',84.3
Amount In Prior
Y.a Enin Special Revenue Funds
Issue Years 9-30-43

2.9% Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series 1948 ............ ...............O 1.0.0 $ 31,0.0 S 31,0.0,3J S S5.0.O Bond Citizens and Interest Bank Retirement of Gainesville Fund, Time Deposit, ................................ .......210 ,A.210 $ S.I.O $ 50.1.0
2.25%. 24% and 2.7% Water and Electric Revenue Certificates Series .......... 3
32,0.0 55,0.0 03,0.0 .... ... 10.0.0
1.30,0.0 ............ J 12.15 10,1.0
Citizens Bank of Gainesville, Time .. ..615
2.9 3%%. 3 and and 3.40 2%%Water Water and and Electric Electric Revenue Revenue Certificates Certificates-- Series 1955......................... 1.80,0.0 31.0.0 2.7,0.0 59.0.0 U. S. Treasury Bis. .. .. .Depsi.. .. .3.. .............................. .5.6 35 2.0.0 1,67..
A.'%,3.2; % and 175% water and Electric Revenue Serie_ 16 15. ............. 310.0.0 5.0.00 TOTAL BOND AND INTEREST RETIREMENT FUND .....,........ .....,. .... .. $ 170,0.0PublC $ 169,447.40
..,%. 3.4% and .1% Water and Electric Revenue Certificates 1943 ... ................ 7,0.0.0 -07,000,000.00 Revenue Fund 1950 '

TOTAL REVENUE CERTIFICATES OUTSTANDING To Exhibit "H" ..............11.0,0.0 1..0.0 S.0.0 $70,0.0 U. Improvement S. Savings Bonds, Cerificte, . . .S.rie. ................. ............... ........ "" 167 $ 15,1.0 S '5.0.Q
U. S. Treasury Bills ... ... ... ...... ..... ..... .... .............-1-2343 1,21- 50.0.0 .
Citizens Bank of Gainesville, Time Deposit, 3% .. ........................ ... .1- 2.17.4 50,0.0 5.0.0TOTAL
Exhibit "J"i .. .. ....... .. 9.728.IS 184.24040
.. 9,78.1 PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT REVENUE CERTIFICATES OF 1950 ................ $ 15.0.0 S

TOTAL PUBLIC LIBRARY ................$ 13,69.10 1 6,191.63 1 12,80.73 Public Improvement Revenue Certificates Fund Series 1954, 1959, 1960
CIT 0' GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Refuse Department U. S. Savings Bonds Series J, 2.76" ... ............................ .............1955 1967; 0 55,0.0 S 3.6.0
'__ GENERAL ASSETS GROUP Trucks .. ............................1 1 1 13 ,70332 U. S. Savings Bonds. Series K, 2.76% .. .... ............... ........... .......... ..195 196 28,00 28,0.0
INVESTMENT IN GENERAL FIXED Autos .................................. 15.01.9 1,6.. 5.75.0 9.66.0 7.22.. U. S. Treasury Bills ...... .. ..... ..... ..... ......... ........... 1.210 5,0.0 A9,2..0
ASSET Radio Equipment ..... ..... Citizens Bank of Time Deposit 3% ................... ....... ....1-11.63- 2.1710.0.0 10,0.0U.
SEPTEMBER 2,71.0 2.72.0 ..... ... ......**** 5,0.0 ,03.
3 16 S. Treasury .. .. ........ ..... ... 35
TOTAL REFUSE DEPARTMENT ...........1 16,6 1 18.19.0 1 1<,83.3 First National Bank of Gainesville, Time Deposit, 3% ......................9.2.6 328 10,0.0 10,0.0TOTAL

10.02 Balance Additions BIIIIC. Streets and Sewers PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT REVENUE CERTIFICATES FUND 1954, 1959 AND 1940 1 30.0 :

Administration luRdln 9U Paving Streets and Sidewalks ......$10,61.1 1 .952..3 52,198.225.44 TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ............ ......................................... $ '6,0.0 $ U61.0'
.......... Sewers Sanitary and Storm.......
... $ 1
Land ... .... .. 3&.750.0 3.75.0 1,61,82.76 1.61,82.7 Trust and Agency Funds
..... ...... .
Structures and Improvements ......... Sewer Sanitar 676..87 '
Equipment ....................... 9,101.5 4.93.31 5.0.6 ".'8.." Sewers . .. ..... ... 21,5 21.50.52 General U. S. Pension Savings Fund Bonds Series H. ........ .............................. .... .1959 "*' $ 10,0.0 f 10000.00
Automobiles ..... ....... .... A.01.5 4.01. Lights Streets and Traffic. ......................... 1..9 1"7.9 U. S. Savings Bonds. Series E, 325'. ................................ .... ..............195' 169 10,0.0 7,50.0
Trucks and Equipment 217.07.9 7,6.86 289.77.1TOTAL ... .... .. ... 2,2.8:
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING .,....$ 1 I U. S. Treasury Bonds, 25/8% .... ...... .2.255' 2.15 27..0.
16.70. 97.1 17167.9 STREETS AND SEWERS ...........,1,0.23 1 168,290.16 $,03,28.3 U. S. Treasury Notes. 4%%. Negotiable ....................... .... ..159 516 2.0.0 2.0.0Firt
Finance Dep.rme' and Loan Association, Savings Accounts, 4'/i% .............._. 10,0.0 10.0.0Guaranty
Equipment .,..........................S s 2164 1 ,831.21 Engineering Department Federal Federal Savings Savings and Loan Association, Savings Account, 414 ........1954 10,0.0 101.0
19..7 Auto and Trucks .. .... ..... .....$ 1 1 83,150.21Equipment .. .' .... ...7.1161
1.2321 1,917.0 9.7.38U.
Bonds 3-5/8% .. ... .. ... :.. .. .. 1.157 9,00
... .. ... ...... U. S. Treasury .
Air Prpri. ... 1.237.f 3.09.7 8.287.7rOTAL .. .... ...... ....... ..196 169 J 10.D.0 7,0.0U.
.. ......... .........1 I S. Savings Bonds, Series E. 3.25" .. .
19.85.1 1.85.1 .. ......... .. ..... .. 10.0.0 10,0.0
Structures and Improvements ....9 ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT .. $ 16"76J8 i17-94 S. Savings Bonds, Series H, 3.75% .. ... . .196! 171
.. 217.15.3 217,15.3 Time Deposit, 3% ..... ....... ....... ....... .. ..J"-3 10213,0.0 3.0.
Equipment .. .. .... .............. Health Department Citizens Bank of Gainesvie.
1,019 ...
.... .
1.08.9 ......... ...
Entrance Road ... ................. 27,11.5 27,81.3 Equipment ..........................$ 1630.$9 I 360.8 Florida National Gainesville, Time Time Deposit Deposit,, 3 ................................"*"*.52-Ti; 1.710..0 1.210..0 10,0.0 10.0.f

TOTAL AIRPORT PROPERTIES ............1 2.99.0 S 21,811.53 1 2761.0 Centers First National City Bank Bank.of Time Deposit, 3% . .. .. ....3. ................................... T- 129- 10.0.0 10..0
lereatl ... ... ............ University .. ... .... '" '* .
Plants ...........1 5 4,500 1 9,0.6 Florida National Bank at Gainesville, Time ... .... ? 1.2- AO.O
towage Disposal and Improvements ........,..$ 1 Structures and Impoveets .......... 12.4 4..6 12.88.40 U. Treasury Bills ....... ..... ...........Depsit... .3.. ................................42 11541100,000.00 7.1.0U.
Structures Equipment .. .. ........... ...... 769,09.6 1.2302 950.0 76.09.6 210.2 Equipment ......... ............ 1.1 3,521.93 1.0 S. Treasury Bills ................................ ...,....... .-... ......................523 1.21 2,0.0 196,96.0
., Automobiles ....... .... .... 5. .. 7..80 TOTAL RECREATION CENTERS :........S '5.021.93 S 150,730.13 U. S. Treasury Bills ... .... ..... .. ...t... ......... ...............6 1.5 10..0 9'.1.0
1.11..0 .. .
i 1470. U. S. Treasury Bills ... .. ................................................ 1.2- 70.0.0 98"3.0

TOTAL SEWAGE DISPOSAL PLANTS ...s 7"1.3 S "910 s.f. :Evergreen Land Cemetery. . .. ............................5 1.0 1 1,20.0 TOTAL GENERAL PENSION FUNDFiremen's ........... ....... ............"".".... $ 9.0 $ 9o2.3

Fire Department ... ...... ............. ....
,... 304,762.59Equipment Improvements Relief and Pension Fund
Structures and..Improvements......... ..... .......1. 3,76.5' Equipment .......................... 2.97.3 441.0 9.0. 21,95.3 4,50.6 S. Savings Bonds, Series K. 2.7A% ........................... .t. ................. "* 16 S '.5.0 1 9,500.00U.
... 3.021 37.9 41.1.20 ... .......... ..... ... ......... ... ... .. ...1951 7,50.0 1.500.00
and Autos ......... ......... 1..87616 Autos and Trucks 109.21 109.21 U. S. Savings Bonds, Series K. 2.76% ......;..... .. ...: ? {TJi
Trs 16.0 27.3521 ...... .. ....... .... .... .. I! JJJJ .0.0 6.0.0U.
% .
K. .
............. .. U. S. Savings Bonds. Series .
System CEMETERY $ 1
A.r .0 13.6.0 .. 26173 2.217 2,0.2 S. Savings Bonds. Series K. 2.74% ........ .. ..,........:... ....'"! 16 7,0.0 7..0U.
TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT ........1 513,339.8/ 4..1 .$ isi7. Garage Storeroom S. Savings Bonds Series K. 2.76% ....... .. ..............................157' {16' 1..0U.
Department Land A .. .... ... .............1 '0.0 8 10.0 Savings Series H, 125% ....... ........ ......"'.'............ ..195] 5..0 5,0.0
,ei. ............... Structures Improvements ...... .. 1.261 S Federal Bonds and Loan Savings Account, 4'A% .. ...... ....159 10.0.0 10..0
Structures $
.end 9 21.107 3'0.88 3.95.6 In. ... ................ ....... 1.266 Ass'latl Savings Accounts,. 4V4% ...... ...159 10,0.0 10,0.0
..................... Equipment 5.1. 5.1.4 Guaranty Federal Savings and lOn AoIati _
A25.6 ............ '
Pole Equlp.nt 3.2 3974 ........ ....... :? A.o.O A.OWU.
.. .
.... .......... U. S. Treasury Notes. 4H% Negotiable .. .. ;
Ofce' 'Equipent ..................... 96.837.319.122.70' 1.87 1..0Old Savings Series H, 34% ........... ........... ...... ... .. .16 7.0.0 7.0.0U.
15,96.2. S Bods. .................. ... .... ....... .12.191 1969 67.0 5.50
............. ......... City Series E. 3.75% .. -
Animal Pound : ........ 312.7A. 3127. Land Gale... ...............................1 1.0.0 S 1,0.0 U. S. Savings Savings Bonds, Series H. 3.25% ...........................................,......,....316 "** 2.0 2..0U.
Parking Mite and Equipment 4.07 150 ..31" Buidin ....... ......................... 159 1.9 S. Savings Bonds, Series H, 125% .................................... .....162 V. .O .O
TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT ... ..1 475.648.75 1 59,725.7$535,374.49 TOTAL OLD GARAGE ............... U. S. Savings Bonds, Series H, 3.25% ................ ................................... !? Im 2..0 2..0U.
CIT .19 1' Savings Bonds. Series H. ......... ......... .. ......... .319 2,0.0 2,0.0U.
Inspection Department ................. .. Rail Estate S. Treasury Bonds of 12. ...................................... ...... ..7.157 .f.O .I.1
Autos Equipment and Trucks ......... .......1.1 2511.2 9.12 26.5.7. UflmPNva- Unimproved ..................$ 122524 $ 12.23.2. U. S. Savings Bonds Series H. 3.75 %. ................................... ..... ..,93 197 1.0.0 1..0

Radio Equipment ........................ 5.13 39".5 TJ.r 397.1 Land Land for for New Refuse Pot Dump office.................... 1'.79 1 ,..6 171..6 19,73.9 TOTAL FIREMEN'S RELIEF AND PENSION FUND .. ...........!. .... .. $ 102.0 i.0

TOTAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT ..$ 8..7. SA.71- 11.3.4Plrs TOTAL UNIMPROVED REAL ESTATE ... -$171,986.14 m.6 1 32.1 Policemen's U. S. Savings Retirement Bonds Fund Series K. 2.74% .................. .. .. ......... .......... ."- ". "*; $ 5.0.0 1 5.I.C

and PlyNUI. "arking Lots Series K. 2.76% ........... .. .. ... ...... ..... .. .1956 196 6,0.0 6.0.0
Bonds .
................1 1 1 U. Savings .
1574.6 3.67.7 17.n.3 Lot South Main Street ......... .$ 1 S 3.2N .. ... ..... .. .... .. ....... .. 'IrJ 16 .0.0
H. .
Buildings ....... ........................ 3651 1017.0 10.170 It.' Savings Bands Series ... ...... 10,000.00Guaranty
7.25 2.814 Avenue ... ....... Association Savings Accounts 4'A% ... "f 10.0.0
SW 2nd .
........ .. ...... 17.7.1 17,7.1 First Federal Savings and Loan
Equipet 69.76.4 A.11 74.2113 2 .............. Savings .Account. 4'A% .. ..16 10.00 10..0U.
... .... .. .... Lot Lot 1.00 1..0 Federal Savings and Lr"n
Trucks Saner No Asiati .... ..........
1..07. .
2951.6 1,0.1
Au'os.n Lots Street Parking ...... 3" 389. S. Savings Bonds. Series H. 3.75% .. ..... . .191. 191 10.0.0 10..0U.
AND PLAYGROUNDS ....$ $22,447.90 ( Of ... ..... .. .......... 13.0.0 13.0.
TOTAL PARKS 2U1.0 12".692. S. Savings Bands. Series H. 175 . ......
-- TOTAL PARKING .. ..... .... .. ........ 1973
LOT .iL 5. U. S. Savings Bonds Series H, 175 ................... . .. .16J 7.0 7.0
Public Ubrlr ....., ........1 91837.1' $ 1 TOTAL INVESTMENT IN GENERAL U. Treasury Bonds 1970. 4% ........... ........................ ....7- -'>70 12.0 12..0

Lan an Strrs. .... ... ... 21.03107 A.51.6 1.100 10.7.1 31..7 FIXED ASSET_ To Exhibit "A". ....58.271,94/.32 S 55. -U,7..TOTAL S POLICEMEN'S RETIREMENT o FUND ................ .. ..........:..... 81.0 .1

Schedule "K" Evergreen U. Savings Cemetery Bonds Trust, Fun 2.76" .............. .................. ....... ....."_ "/ f 4.0.0 1 A.I.O
CIT OP GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA S. Savings Bonds. Series I. 2.76% .............. .... .......... ....JJ" f 3.0 3,5.0
BONDED DEBT GROUP U. Savings Bonds Series K. 2.76" ................;.................................15 JJ" 2.0
STATEMENT OF GENERAL DEBT U.U. S Savings Bonds. Series ;................................ ... .... .15 3,000.00 3.0
SEPTEMBER 30 LONG'TER S Savings Bonds, Series I, 2.76' ................................... ......15 "6' 2.0 2..0
16 Total Retired Matured U.U. S Savings Bonds. Series E. 276' ............................................ .....15 "*J 10..0 7..0
eneral OMigatiea Series Bead Mltrl Annually Through 1975 Amount f Pr Year Ending S Savings Bonds. Series H, 32. ............................................... }16 10.00 10,0.0
Otli U. s ... .. .. .................. ..."*'
Annual Payments Made From Levy of Bo and Interest Retirement Fund: Of Issue Yla ,> Savings Bonds. J. J.74% ..... ... :. 76.0
5% Imprevement los Dated October 1. ......................,,........,..... ( So t 20 6.0 U.U. S Treasury Notes Sre Negotiable .......... .......-.....................1'5 515 2.0 20..
3tt%Improvement Dated July 1, 1926 ....................................... 5.00 SI .O 1Q0 200 S Federal Savings 'Loan Assiatio Savings Account 4U% ....................15 10.0 10.. .
Savings and Savings Account, 4Vi% ...........16 10..0
TOTAL GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS $ 21.0 U.Guaranty S. Savings Federal Bonds, Series H. lo.175%Asiato.... ..... .................. ...............Jf "J" 5.0 5.0.0
Certificates Maturing 'Annually Through 1991 U. Savings Bonds. Series H. 175% ,........................ ............... .... .12161 'J7" 2.0 2..0U.
al Improvement Revenue Ceift 2.2%. Date October 1, 1950 S. Savings Bonds. Series H. 175% ................................................. A..O A..O
(Payable Solely from o 10 Utility Serlc. Tax) .+. 1.00 moo 50.0 17.0 U. Savings Bonds Series H. 175% ...........................?........................319 1973 7.0 7.0
.Public Improvement Reeu Cerlfltes 1.'%. 20 and 245%. Dlte April U 1954 U. S Bondv Series H. 175% ........................................ ...... 1973 30.0U.
(Payable Solely from Pre o Ciart Tax. Second Den O Service Tax) 1,0.0 210 .O m..o S \ Bonds. Series 175% .... ................................. ..........'-"'* 1m 200.00 15.n
.Public Improvement Ree Crlllte %, 190% and 4.10%. Date April l, 15 U. S! Savings Bonds Series E 175% .................??..............................16 1973 2.0 .

... Public(Payable Improvement Solely from Reu.Prs Certlclte o Cllre"U.. Tax 160 with% Second end 38.Lien O Utilt Sri, 16 II 30400.00 1.8 750 TOTAL S EVERGREEN CEMETERY TRUST FUND ........................ ........ I 8.0 S-$0.41L0Workmen's ;

(Payable Revenue Solely f Pres o 36 Ciaete. 3.Ta.wit and 19%l. O Utility June Service 1942 Ta 1.O -*- 20.8 900 U. Savings Compensation Bonds, Series Insurance J. Fu. ..... ...................... ....... ..........r1964 16 S 15,0.1 10.0.
Solely Cerllltes fr Sr 3" a Special Assessments of 1 *- : U. S Savings Bonds Series J. 2J6% ................ .............................195 16, 1.0 nM

Benefited. .Properties. ) .........:,..... ................. SO 1 f.t'0* 3O TOTAL S WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND ............ .. .. ..- t 160 S 1.. -

TOTAL REVENUE CERTIFICATES ?._..,....,..... _. '" \ ., $7489,000.00_..TOTAL TRUST AND AGENCY FUNDS .......... .........;..................... .. ... 1.1.90 1,0.3

TOTAL PRINPA ON GENERAL LNGTER DEBT To Exhibit "A. .................... ; _. .- ,. .. S,0, Utaity Funds .

Interest ..te Bonds Maturities.... .. .................................................... 9D Electric U. Improvement Treasury Bonds Fend, 3% .............. .........................-..:. .: ...... .i-ii- 2.1s $ 10.0) $ ".7.0

puUlc Imprevement Revenue Certificates of 1950 ...........;.......................... I 20; TOTAL S ELECTRIC IMPROVEMENT FUND ..................:.......... ......... $ 100 $ !/.75000
... ..., ... .
Public Improvement Revenue Certificates o 15. .. ..1 .......... 9SS *
....... Revenue Certificate Si. ;_
Public Improvement Revenue Revenue Certificates o 1960 .... Water U. a. Treasury Electric B'+nd9. ". F.I......_:.............*..:......:................ 1958 1945 $ 2.D) 0 2.00

Public Sewer Imrvee.t Cencat ..-......... ...................... S267. U. Treasury Bonds 251p.o 16 3'*% -...... ............................ .....'- 5156 1..0 67..0U.
16 31.7. S ... .. .. ..
Reu .
REQUIREMENTS MATURITIES -' To .Exhibit "A" .,.. < Treasury Bills ...... ......... ...x.. .. .*. tJS \\t,5 .2.0.0
TOTAL INTEREST 41,1"0TOTAL U. S. Treasury Bills ... ............................. ..-... ...61125 2,0.0 196.906.00Florida ''.
GENERAL LONGTER DEBT To Exhibit "A" .... 'J01.174.0f. National Bank at Gainesville Time Deposit. 3% ........ .,................7.2. 1.2. 6..0 6..0
Treasury Bonds 1948 .. ............. .....9.11 1.15 1 ,00 11..0
*- -- Schedule L-1" General Government d S 954544. 1943.8i5.3t.91 ... 5044163 U.U. S S Treasury Bis.o ...... .. ......... ................ .......... ..112S AO.O G5.J I.


SUMMARY .STATEMENT. OP CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS "Revenfw?OflFl und F H.U.........$ 50 $ 173,15171 mMtM. 1,0 w.te U. a. Electric Treasury C'Mtrcl..Fund.. ... ............ .,..> .!. ..............4-11-43 12.5 SI) 1.711
VIA A SEPTEMBER mj WS and U. S. Treasury Bils 34%. 1944 ..................................,..................1s AO 401.5.0..
FISCAL Ctlh Mltt Fund 1209.0 191. i7W9t.9 .1.Q TOTAL WATER Noe. CONSTRUCTION_FUND ......................... .. SD 1",91.1.
..w._. r .. .al" kaJaacet Ree Certificate Fund .Fund .. ,, 2.0 269. 144644, TOTAL UTILITY FUNDS .CRI. ..7..... ... .........1......".................!....!. 1.0 tA.1JTTA

.hell 1.1. Reep DII W_ TOTAL SEWB S U,101- INVESTMENTS A FUNDS ......................M.U..M..MMM..M...... p.N5 U.

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I ::14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday May 13, 1964

1 \ '-." .>-- On the Move 1
I Anti-Castro Grows GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP- 1t
': Group 1 SEE by ,d Voters in this northeast Georgia :t

city reacted to President Johnson's
; 1 MIAMI (AP) Three anti- "We will be present with men: Dr. -Armando Fleites, second II visit here last week duringhis

I Castro organizations that say and arms." national front secretary-general,: .the campaign against poverty
I SUN with a 2-1 endorsement of thecity's
they plan guerrilla operations in The students expressed confidence recalled that the student organization I
first. urban when
Cuba soon were joined in the in secret"Plan Omega" played important roles in renewal pro- you use Dixie Crystals TEtf-XPowdered

plan group today with a by militant a university revolu- espoused by the allied trio, sec- .overthrowing presidents Gerardo -Iii ACCIDENT -ROUNDUP Oak, at the intersection of SR III ject.By a vote of 1,667 to 818 they

tionary background. bray.of Escam- Machado in 1933 and Fulgen- Melvin Young, Hollywood, and I 121 and SR 236 one mile east approved Tuesday the sale of
cio Batista in 1959. city light pole guy wires at N. of Santa Fe at 4: am.: yester- $95,000 in bonds to begin a $5-
The University Studen Federation -Revolutionary Movement. The Waldo Rd. and 29th St., at 1:53 day. : million project that will encom- -
i (FEU) in Exile promised: operation was described by the The student developmentcame a.m. today. I At 11:25 ajn. yesterday; clos- pass 144 acres. a -
alliance as including guerrilla as the exile colony, rife John H. Ambrose, Micanopy, et fire at Alachua General ....
RIPEPEACHES activity. with rumors, kept ears to Ha- and Richard E. Todd, 3129 NW Hospital.At Advertising d \J -
Gustavo Rodrigo, sceretary- vana Radio broadcasts for some I 11th St., in the 100 block of S. 11:57 ajn. yesterday, grass \ ,
FOR SALE of the student is- fire -
general group at NW 16th
Ave. and 22nd ,
sort news-they didn't know Main St. at 4:05: p.m. yester- _
I 4 Mi. S. of Metros. sued a statement urging students -just what. ,. StAt ij
Lake WinnottHiWjy in Cuba and elsewhere in $ ,
on day.Dorothy Bussard Boon, 5080 5:29 p.m. yesterday, short $ .
21-Follow Sign Latin America to join the move- Havana Radio belittled the ex- circuit in auto at 2909 NE 11th
Bernard Dow
J. W. Cameron NW 5th-Ave., and
ment. ile talk. Ter.
-- Davis, 414 SW 3rd Ave., at NW
16th Ave at 16th Ter. at 5:10

p.m. yesterday.
Charles Folson, 830 NE 19th o+ ;:. ;r::;xvv :: ::
SELFPROPELLEDHEAVY Ter., and John B. Fisher, 3930 ':}:-} ): .vJ};

I SW 1st Ave., and a parked auto
'owned by J. H. James, 600 NW ;.J'. .. x,+,.Say...
35th St., and a parked auto own-
'- & DUTY MOWERPowered ed by the Ennis Motor Co. of -) > S i -'ly
--.." Alachua at W. Univ. Ave. and
by 4-cycIe 3 h.p. Clinton Engine,with spring- 19th St. at 4:34 p.m. yesterday. ....
"%\a wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. Teresa V. McKinney, 824 SE
24th Ave., and Alma M. Wil-
son, 1246 NE 16th Pl., at NE
BIG 22-INCH CUT Eighth Ave. and Ninth St. at

8:50 a.m._yesterday.
William O. Blackwelder, Live

$ 9S Acid Burns

53 HanesAcid l-
I s'F
EASY burns around his eyes I(.
TERMS hospitalized architect and for-I A .
:a mer mayor Myrl Hanes yesterday -
but he was reported in ;
r, .{ PUSH TYPE satisfactory condition at Ala- {
$ S
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Southeastern Conference baseball coaches will meet this'S :;" "., \.v... it". y.I" .
( ; :': Will Willie Mays hit .400
week and' Dave Fuller,. Florida's diamond mentor, is hopeful 'iit. '
that there will be at least one new rule adopted in the .: -" < Well, if Juan Marichal wins

league. :. 41iI .,..; .... 30 games, the Say Hey Kid is

'r"- liable to bat .500.

That would be a change to prevent future situations suchas .: -

this year's where Auburn edged the Gators by a half- The San Francisco Giants' torrid -

game for the Eastern Division crown only because a UF- Industrial League Champs twosome 'continued to ravage -

Georgia Tech game was rained out. the National League Tues-

The Gainesville Shopping Center team won the Industrial League bowling day night, punishing the Houston -
Under current SEC rules there is that a
no requirement crown this season. From left are Steve Reuthinger, Skeet Cole, Lynn Chap- Colts 6-0.
contest be made at future date. The UF-Tech series in
up a man, sponsor Bill Sanders, Ed Cellon and Chuck Morris. (Sun photo).
uhich the rainout took place was played here on March Mays ran his average to an

27-2S. The Saturday game of March 28 was the one rained astronomical .478 with his 12th Wednesday, May 13, 1964

out. Pete Rated OutsiderIn and 13th homers and a single in -

Big five trips. Marichal won his -
The Gators played a return series at Atlanta on April and trimmed his .-t--.
sixth game ---- ---
1718. The easily could have been scheduled as a
earned-run average to 1.73 with fielder's choice and two walks! eighth. Craig came on and after
double-header for April 17, to work it in. .
PreaknessBy his second straight shutout. oU Maloney. Gus Triandos' double deliveredone
Fuller said the thinking of SEC baseball coaches has been Saturday's ,
13th Time run, the lanky Cardinal retired -
field is
that playing a makeup game on your opponent's "M" Boys
Curt Simmons beat the Phil- the side and blanked the
almost a sure-fire way to lose. Consequently, coaches preferto The Giants' "M" boys are

allow the game to go by the boards and hope it will not ORLO ROBERTSON Hartack pilots Northern Dan- choice at 2-1. That was the way murder by themselves but when lies for the 13th time in 15 decisions -Phils in the ninth to save it

figure in the final verdict. BALTIMORE (AP)-Big. Pete they were: rated in the Derby. thrown against the opposition in since they released him Tracewski fumbled pinch

will be the outsider Saturday cer.In the Derby, NorthernThe today, Roman Brother and combination it's tantamount to four years ago but needed hitter Joey Amilfitano's

Cost Chance at PlayoffThis when six 3-year-old horses take Scoundrel was quoted at 4-1 Quadrangle at 8-1 and Big Peteat a nuclear holocaustAs eighth-inning help from Roger grounder with two out and the

off for a 1 3-16-mile trip around Dancer broke through a hole at 20-1. Craig to do it. bases loaded in the bottom of

year, however, failure to play the game and a subse- history-steeped Pimlico in the the five-eights pole and bounded Four of the six will participatein for Marichal, the veteran Leading 4-1, Simmons gave upa the ninth to give Chicago its

quent win cost the Gators a chance at a playoff with Auburnfor 88th running of the $150,000-add- into a lead before Shoemaker the purse payoff. The win- right-hander who won 25 games single to Tony Gonzalez and victory over the stumbling Dod-

the Eastern Division crown. ed Preakness. That's for cer could get Hill Rise's long. legs ner's share of the $176,700 will last year, is 12 days ahead of Danny Cater with one out hi. the gers.

tain. churning in pursuit. be $124,200 with $30,000 going to th pace he set hi 1963 when he

At that, the Gators almost found themselves in a dead But the star of Mrs. Harriet; Despite the Dancer's neck second, $15,000 to third and didn't win his sixth game until

lock. It was raining last Saturday. morning in Auburn and it N. Ball's Stable of Falls Church, victory in the Derby, the Pim- $7,500 to fourth. Post time is May 24. And the season starteda I I ILOS

appeared the game would have to be called off. Va., who has the blood of classy lico program selector has made 4:45 p.m., EST, with television week later this year.

sprinters flowing through his Hill Rise the 7-5 choice with and radio (CBS) scheduled for

solidly built frame, probablywill Northern Dancer the second 4:30-5 p.m. For the record the last .400 ANGELES CHICAGO Night Game

play an important role be- hitter wasTed Williams in 1941 abrhbi abrhbi ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA
Wills ss 3000 Stewart 2b 5120Gilliam all r" bI abrhbi
-p.- fore the garland of blackeyedsusans with .406. The last 30-game win- 3b 4000 Brock rf 3100 Flood cf 3010 Taylor 2b 5 0 1 0
T. Davis If 4000 eA'Ifitano 1000 Clemens If 5121 Callison rf 4000
is thrown over the win- Griffith ner was'. Dizzy Dean. in 1934 Fairly 16 32 1 Williams If 4010 Groat ss 5121 Allen 3b 5000
and the woodlawnvase Thinks with 30.7. Modern baseball has Howard rf 4OlOSanto 3b 3010 White Ib 5010 Slevers Ib 4000
ner imposing Roseboro 4020 Banks Ib 4022W. Boyer 3b 4111 Gonzalez cf 2 2 1 0
is presented to the inning never had a .400 hitter and 30- Davis cf 3001 Rodgers ss 4000 McCarver c :3000Cater If 4030
Trace'ski 2b 401 Bertell c 4010 Lewis 'rf :301 OTriandos c :3022
owner. game winner on the same club. Moeller p 3010 aLandrum 0100' Javier 2b 4021 Dalrymple COO 0 0
Perran'skf p 0 0 0 Cowan cf 3000 Simmons p 4100 dBriggs 0000
Until trainer Bernie Bond an- KO Will Other Games bRanew 0000 Craig p. 0000WIness 4010
HelpWings In other NL Tuesday, cBurke 0000 Mahaffey 00 0 0
nounced Tuesday that he definitely games Buhl p 3000 Short p 0000aHoak
would be on hand Thursday Milwaukee blanked New York dschaffer 0 0 0 0 1000

Since the Gators beat Georgia 1-0 in their game that day, morning to pay the $1,000 2-0 behind Hank Fischer's three- a-Ran Totals and 32 scored 2..2 for Totals Bertell 34 In 3 9th 7.2; Green bCovln'ton p 0000 1000 I

the two teams would have tied at 12-5. The SEC commis- By JACK HAND I "The Carter fight did wondersfor : Cincinnati b-Announced for Cowan In 9th; c-Pur- .Klippsteln pOD 0 0
fee Pete there -
Big hitter Pittsburgh nipped
entry on ; posely'passed for Ranew in 9th; o-Pur- cRolas 1000
sioner's office already had plans for the playoff game last was some question whether the NEW YORK (AP) When a downtown me, said Emile at the 3-2 in a four-hour, rain- posely error passed for Brock for Buhl In 9th.In 9th; eReachedon eH'rnstein Baldschun p 0 1000 0 0 0

Monday on a neutral field -Tech's in Atlanta. horses would walk or run the champion is knocked out, the de- gymnasium where he interrupted marathon; St. Louis Los Angeles ............. 010 100 000-2 Roebuck p 0000
is training until he leaves for Chicago ................. 200 GOO 001-3 Totals 34 4II4 Totals 35212
But the rain stopped, Auburn decided to play and won. first part of the journey. No eat usually haunts him the rest topped Philadelphia 4-2 behind Grounded out for Short In 3rd; b-
the West May 25. "Two of the
In c-Hit Into
E-Cowan Fairly Tra ew5kl. PO-A Struck out for Green 4th;
And the Gators' hopes went out the window. trainer wanted to commit his of his life. Emile Griffith claimsto I have fought since the:. Curt Simmons and Chicago Los Angeles 26-7 two out when winningrun force out for KIiP Stein In 6th; d-Ran
guys scored in 9th, Chicago 277. LOB- for Triandos In 8th. Grounded out for
horse to making the early pace be the exception to the rule. 3-2 Dick
nipped Los Angeles on
Los 6, Baldschun
!knockout tried to take me out, Angeles Chicago 9. in 8th.
Perhaps SEC baseball coaches might adopt the rule currently and setting up another possible In Griffith's case, the knock Trar' 'oW7 lri'c ninth; innin rrnr. 2B-Howard. 3B-Bertell. S-Wills. SF-
too. I got and knocked out W. Davis. St.; Louis .012100 coo-4
in effect in the major leagues. If a rained-out game is. stretch duel between Kentucky out came in a non-title match lucky Mays;;theh; ; ; drove in four IP H R ERBBSO Philadelphia ............. 000 001 01 -2 I
both of them.
vital to the decision it is made If not it winner Northern Dancer They try to slugit Moeller, L. 1.3 ... 81-37 3 2 2 5
pennant race up. Derby with Rubin Carter-last Dec. 20
out with me instead of runs and extended his batting Perranoskl ...... 1-3 0 0 0 2 1BuhlW.31..9 E-None. PO-A-St. Louis 27-11 Philadelphia ',
is forgotten. and runner-up Hill Rose. so the pain was easier to take. run 6 2 2 1 4 27-11. LOB-St. Louis 10. .Philadelphia
streak to 19 After flyingout 10.
and hide. games. Donatelll, Landes, Steiner, BarUck.
Bond declined today to say Now that he is getting ready to -2:24. A-5.699.. 2B-Groat'JavierClemens, Wine, LewIs .
Tech and Florida could have played last Monday in At- in the first he battered Night Game Triandos. 3B-Clemens.
whether the son of Degage-Ju- defend his IP H R ERBBSO
welterweight crown More
lanta with Auburn standing by to take on the Gators, if the Houston starter Skinny Brown abrhM abrhbi Simmons, W, 4-2 7 1-3 7 2 2 3 3
diciously would set the early against Luis Rodriguez, an ex- "Maybe that knockout will ..........
UF won, on Tuesday. That would have settled it. for a solo homer' in the third J. Alou rf 5110 Kasko ss 4 0 2 0 Craig 12-31 0 0 0 1
pace. Not only his breeding but champ at Las Vegas June 12 make do little M. Alou If S22OFox 2b 3020 Mahaffey L. 2-2 21-34 3 '3 3 3
Rodriguez a more
and a two-run shot in the fifth.. Mays cf S334Jones 0000 Short ........... 2300000Green
the Run his 10 races, of which he has he thinks the knockout will help fighting and little less running. McCovey Ib 4 00 1 Runnels p 1000. .......... 1 2 1 1 1 0
Caught on His seventh inning single also Hart 3b 3020 Spangler If 300 o. Klippsteln ...... 2 1. 0 1 2
won seven, indicate .that Big! him. I[ hope so. Maybe he will have Haller 4011 Bond rf 3000 Baldschun ...... 2 1 0 0 0 3
Pete runs best at getting out in drove in a run.Marichal H liter 9h A O 1 n U/unn ft man Roebuck ....... 1 2 0 0 0 1
: Former Gator assistant football coach Jimmy Dunn, now more confidence. I read in a allowed just five hits Pagan -ss "1000 Staub Ib 3000Marichal HBP-By Simmons (Gonzalez). WP-
front and hanging on as long as magazine where he said he was p 4 0 0 0 Aspro'nte 3b 3 0 1 0 Mahaffey 2. PB-Triandos. U-Burkhart,
offensive backfield mentor for Tennessee, called the"other and retired 14 in a row over one Batsman 3000 Sudol, Pryor, Secory. T-2:55. A-14,412.
day to inform that under the new Southeastern Conference possible. ', Budweiser sorry for me everytime he hit stretch while winning his 12th Brown p 2000 CINCINNATI Night Game PITTSBURGH
As a 2-year-old he won three Lillis 2b 1000
the punching bag. That's fine. Idon't abrhbi abrhM
academic requirements equalizing athletic scholarship admissions two-season Totals 356106 Totals 2Ii
stakes and in all except one straight over a Rose 2b 40 0 Schofield ss 4000
a-Hit double play for Jones in
if he hits I'll hit
for all schools, it's just as tough to get into care me, 9th.San. Harper If 5100 Virdon cf 4000

Tennessee as it is Florida. Dunn had been quoted as saying they were front-running vic Sneaks By him right back only harder. He stretch. 29 BattersMilwaukee's Francisco ............ 001 020 300-4 Johnson Pinson- cf Ib 5011 3010 Clemente Stargell If rf 4110 3000
tories. He also was close to the is the best fighter I have fought, Houston ................. 000 000 OOP-IE aColeman 1000 Burgess C 2110
recruiting is easier at the UT then it was at the UF.
early pace before taking the recent boxer." Fischer faced -Bateman, Spangler. PO-A San Francisco Robinson rf 4 0 2 0 Freese 3b 2112

Dunn informed the newest addition to his family, James Delaware Valley Stakes at 'Schlitz 3-2 J a Griffith very good just started boxing just 29 batters and got all the McCovey 27-8.; Houston Pagan 2710.Hiller DP and-Pagan McCovey.and Cardenas Boros 3b ss 2 31 0 2 1 Mazefski OClenden'nlb300l 2b 4010

Howard, is getting along fine. He also reports the Volunteer Garden State Park in the fast Monday but he has been in the runs he needed 'when rookie LOB-San JB-Hart Francisco 2. Hiller.7.HR-Mays Houston 2.2. S.- Maloney Edwards p c 2000 3011 Gibbon McBean p p 0000 3020

natural best and that the fish time of 1:10 1-5 for six furlongs. Rico Carty crashed his first Hart. Totals 342 8 2 Totals 2* 363
State is at its beauty now Budweiser edged Schlitz 3-2 gym, working on the heavy bag McCovey.IP H R ER BBSO Grounded out for Johnson in 9th.

are biting. Bond himself doesn't favor and Gainesville Wings nipped and shadowboxing for more major league homer against Met ,Marlchal. W 6-09 5 0 0 0 3 Cincinnati ..... ...-.-.-. 001 100 000-2
the Brown L, 1.3..7 10 6 3 2 5 Pittsburgh ....,.'... .. 000 020 01 3E
Big Pete against Jackson. x-
racing Guy Cleveland Construction Co. than a week. He has had three starter Jones .......... 2 0 0 0 0 0
Florida trackmen should feel right at home Friday and Derby's first five finishers ti's Jim Maloney : HBP-By Brown (Pagan). U-Venzon, -Gibbon, Johnson. PO-A-Cincinnati
3-2 in softball Cincinn
City bouts this year, but this will be Weyer Conlann Harvey. T-1S8. A- 24-11, Pittsburgh 2710. DP-Mazeroskl,
Saturday in the SEC meet at Lexington, Ky. The Wildcats Northern Dancer, Hill Rise, The !games at City Park. last night. his first defense since he recaptured -pitched four perfect innings be- 12.081.. .. .... .... .... .... ..... ..... Schofield and Clendenon; Cardenas Rose
and Johnson. LOB Cincinnati
13. Pitts-
had their track built of material somewhatlike Night Game
new $190,000 a
Scoundrel, Roman Brother and I The victories kept Budweiserand the title from Rodri- fore rain interupted the Pirates- MILWAUKEE NEW YORK burgh I.28Robinson.
Florida's asphalt oval excepting it is more texturized but said he was abrhbi abrhbi Pinson. HR-Freese. SB
who have it have been Wings deadlocked for the guez at Madison Square Garden -Reds game at Pittsburgh. Aftera AloU cf 4000 McMillan ss 4 0 0 0 -Maloney. S-Edwards. Stargell, Bur.
rubber. Runners competed on highin
instructions of thecolt's gess.
acting on lead with 5-1 records. last June 8. 1hour wait, play was resumed -Mathews 3b 4010 2b 4000 IP
Aaron rf 3010 Harkness Ib 3 0 0 0
their of the surface.
praise owner. Big Pete was taken Maloney L, 2-4... 8 3 2 4 7
lost Torre c 4010 Thomas If 3010
When the two welters met the and Maloney quickly
Budweiser snapped a 2-2 tie Oliver Ib 2000 Taylor 3000 Gibbon. W, 21. 81-3 7 2 2 6 3
About the could figure the out of the Keeneland yearling Griffithwon and shutout when c McBean ........ 2-31 0 0 0 0
only logical reason anyone in the sixth on a double by first time Dec. 17, 1960, his no-hitter Boiling 2t> 3100 Elliott rf 3010 HBP .
-By Gibbon (Robinson) WPGlbobon.
salse for If
$13,000. Carty 3122 Kanehl cf 2000
Southwest Conference prohibiting Southern Methodist, theGators' Buck Benton and single by a decision in 10 rounds. He Smoky Burgess singled and ex- Maye If 0000 aKranepool 1000 U-Williams, Smith Pelekoudas
With Joe CuImone barging German. T 225. A5.111.lIakes
opening game foe, from going to bowl contests the in front Pete Gene Ritch. Hitch had two of had not won the championshipat Red Gene Freese homered to Menke Fischer ss p 3000 3000 Chrfpher Samuel 3b dO.2000 0 0
next two years and not blackballing Texas is this: along on you the winners' five hits. Hector the time. Emile won the tie it at 22. bHickman 1000
that Willie Shoe- I
be Jackson 2000
can sure p
Guzman had two of Schlitz''our crown in 1960 and lost it to Rod- After another 28 minute delay, cGonder 1010dR. IalilieTake
SMU does not figure to win the SWC grid crown in 1964 maker and Bill Hartack will March' 'I Smith 0000
although it is rated a threat. Texas figures to win and the have to keep their eyes on blows, one a triple. riguez at Los Angeles the Pirates won it without a hi Totals fl252 Totals 2903 I
a Hit Into doubleplay for Kanehl in
SWC champ is the host team for the Cotton Bowl game in horses other than their own.I' had to go eight inningsto 21.. 1963. I in the eighth on an error, a eighth. b-Flied out for Samuel in ninth. A Rest
c-Singled for Jackson In ninth. dRanfor
Dallas. Does that figure? Shoemaker rides Hill Rise and nudge Guy Cleveland. The Gonder In ninth.

losers led 2-1 going into the Milwaukee .............. GOO no ooo-\
; & New York ................ GOO 000 ooo-e DETROIT (AP-A badly in-
bottom of the seventh. Wings '
AT ROTARY. CLUB E-Samuel. PO-A-Milwaukee 27-7 New jured left leg has forced Detroit .
tied on a single by Don Fulton York 2712. OP-Jackson, McMillan and
and Hank Bishop's two-out dou- Harkness; Samuel, Hunt and Harkness; Tigers outfielder Al Kaline to
I Hunt McMillan end Harkness; Menke.
rest for at least three to four
ble. The winning run in the Boiling and Oliver. LOB-Milwaukee 2,

Sloan Cites seventh came on a triple by New 28-York Thomas.J. HR- artv. days, and possibly: longer.
Qualities IP H R ERBBSO
Chuck Abrams and single by FIscherW,4-1... 9 3 0 0 0 2 Kaline, off to one of hisworst_
Garland Wallace. AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW Jackson, L. 3-4 ... 9 5 2 1 2 7
L Pet. G.B starts .224 with
W L Pet. C.B. U-Crawford. Vargo, Forman Jackow- was one
. Tonight's Business League Chicago 12 7.632 San Fran 16 7 .696 Ski. T-1:52. A18,554.Duel home run and six runs battedin.
"People here haven't experi- wasn't big enough, and eve n will find Smith Sinclair New York 13 8 .619 Philadelphia' 14 9 .609 2
games 13 9 .591 Vi Milwaukee IS 10 .600 2 He was batting .315, 21st two
- enced a successful method of operation NORMAN that we would have to cut downon facing Gainesville Gas Co. at Cleveland Baltimore' 14 \0.58312 Pittsburgh St. Louis 14 IS 11 12 J38.593 2 4V4 Will homers and 13 RBI at this

- in basketball," said the crowd. 3:30: Medical Students meet Minnesota Los Angeles 11 13 14 11 ..542.wi.IVi Cincinnati 13 13 .500 S.'IJ point last year.
10 H476
- Norman Sloan, head University -SLOAN "That was the tradition I in Penn Chem at 8 and Fulps Radiator Boston Detroit 10 10 14 13 Ml.435.4Vt Chicago Houston 11 17 .393 TV* The official announcement before
10 16 .385 7%
battles Howard's TV at 12 17 M* 5 Los Angeles Decide WhoIs
of Florida basketball coachto herited. And this is one the qualities Washington Kansas City 9 14 .391 S New York 6 19. -240 11 Tuesday night's game with
9:30) on Field No. 1 in Division Yesterday's Results
the New York Yankees said
the Gainesville Rot ary Club Talks to that is necessary for suc YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2
and Howard'sare
U games. Fulps Detroit 7. New York 2 Milwaukee 2, New York 0 that Kaline had been ordered to
yesterday at the Holiday Inn. unbeaaten to date. On Field Cleveland 6. Boston 5 San Francisco 6, Houston 0 Right because of inflamed
rest an
Baltimore 5. Washington 0 St. Louis.4, Philadelphia 2
Sloan cited three qualities he Rotariansfans "How do you get that quality No. 2, Post Office plays Hav- Minnesota 11, Chicago 1 Pittsburgh 3, Todays Cincinnati Games 2 tendon in the big toe of his left

has tried to develop at Florida- : when you don't have it?" Sloan A-Tampa, at 6:30 Utility Department Kansas City 6 Today's, Los Angeles Cms' 2 Cincinnati Jay 12at Pittsburgh Law M LONDON (AP) A husbandand

asked. "You start with the meets Road Prisonat New York Ford 3-1 at Detroit Agutrro night wife
York unable to
I Milwaukee Cloninger 2-1 at New agree on the
0-0 night
motivation, attitude and tradi! but that they would comets younger boys and try to build 8 and Pubux faces CWA at Boston Morehead 1-2 at Cleveland RaFisher Los Angeles c..1 Koufax 2-3 at Chicago Ells- merits of two race horses-have I foot.SPORTSMAN'S

tion. our basketball games if t h ey it That's what we're tryingto 9:30.. Baltimore mos 1-2 night Roberts 1-1 at Washington NIworth 2.3 3-0 at Philadelphia Bun- decided to hold a duel to seewho's
Schlitz 100 100 0-24 0-2 night St. louis '
2-1 or Cheney
Motivation is a primary need could. do to develop motivati o n, Chicago rum Horlen 1-1 or Pizarro 2-0 at ning :3-1. night right. -
attitude and tradition. Budweiser 200 001 x-35! Minnesota Stigman 0-2 night San Francisco Hendley 2-2 at Houston
for success, Sloan noted. "Thisis [Lester and McGee and Kansas City Pena 3-2 and Monteagudo Bruce 3-1, night.Tomorrow's. The
hat caused me to take up Too Many McKoy; 0-2 at Los Angeles Belinsky 1-1 and Games weapons will be-race- DLGESg!
w N
"Because, said Sloan, "tech- Erwin.G. Latman 1-1. twi-night doubleheader. San Francisco at Houston horses.

basketball in the first place. "When we got a crowd," Sloan'pointed nique is the same everywhere.My Cleveld. 100 100 00-25 New York at Tomorrows Detroit Games Milwaukee St. Louis at at Philadelphia New York, N DAPPING FLIES .

out, "p e o pie started at Washington. N Los Angeles at Chicago The husband and wife .
'On Farm plays are not any different Wings 01000011-36 Baltimore scheduled Only games scheduled are: ON A WINDY CAY
saying t ha t top many people from anywhere else. I h av e Brumbaugh and Lucius; At- Only games Bearded racehorse owner

"I was raised on a farm" were coming, that the gym no secrets. wood, Smith, Doverspike and A1 \\ Philip Bull 64. .-*-BUCKETDBASHCLDROO. :

Sloan said, "and welcomed any "Success itself depends on establishing -Daugherty. t Mrs. Patricia BuD, 25.. TIP HJSH .

chance to miss? doing the eve- a good Each will 500 < '
rapport put up pounds o
ning chores. When I found I A Big BookNEW between the coach and the player. -' ,Jonesville r PAP i ($1,400)). V /" J.)

could miss the chores by at- This successful image is im The two-horse race-which is WIND
tending basketball practice, I YORK AP) The Lit- LEADERS ./ "l :
portant. Takes PairThe MAJOR LEAGUE known here as match will be :/
tle Red Book of Baseball (Elias ..1'
signed up"Attitude The Needs DANCE FLY
extra the
ran as an race at
Sports Bureau, $1.50)) gets bigger 1 I 'f-z.$ GENTLY ONW
must with- Sloan added that Casey Sten- Jonesville Dodgers add- Redcar Track in Yorkshire on
also is a each year. This time the 7 ER
out it you're dead before you records //of both major leagues, gel once pointed out to him the ed a pair of wins last weekend LLiiNATiONAL May 19.The .

start plus World Series information needs for team spirit topping Alachua 14-7 on match to be held next THIS TECHNIQUE FOR BREEZE. '

required '158 "Your student body influences -Saturday and winning from week will be between the husband's SWEPT OPEN VWTER, RS3URES

"When. I first came here pages. the team, your administration -Green Cove Springs'6-2 on Sun- LEAGUE AMERICAN bats LEAGUE Olive Minnesota filly Karelia, and the NO A BOAT CASTING.A LARGE ALL YOU BucKsiAND NEED B

from the Citadel," Sloan said, The 39th annual edition also influences the team S3 at bats Mays San Fran .oJ Batting; Bressoud 50 at.,Boston.-..384Rtms wife's iflly Lanarkshire. ROPE: flO CLOW BOATS; RIFT j

"I didn'teven: have an office. I contains the members of the even the other athletic programs day.Ernest Wright hurled the victory -, cisco.Batting.(*; Wimams Chicago., 1.98. Minnesota.- Oliva 23. MInneSOta, 25 I .RoI11nS. One of Britain's acknowledged BY CRA66INQ! IK WATER FROM I

had to use a classroom duringmy Hall of Fame and hitting and influence the team," over Alachua and John Runs Mays. SaIl FrancIsCO. 34; StarRuns batted hi Wagner Cleveland. authorities horse flesh Bullis BOW OF BOAT), A SPlNNINa
Kansas 26 CoUvito REEL WITH 4LS.TEST LiNE, A
first week I was on cam- pitching records going back to the former Yankee geJU Pittsburgh 22
Stevens was the winning pitcher Runs batted In Mays. San Francis.CO va Hits Minnesota- OUva 21.Minnesota47; Brtssoud a member of the Thoroughbred 9 FC OR LONGER ROD (X CANS

1901. said., Sunday. Steyens struck out 3$; Stargell. .Pittsburgh. 22. .Boston 3$. Breeders Association.His POLE OR SALMON ROD IS: 1ST
pus."And "Our concern in basketball," 12. Willie' Tower hit two home Hits Mays. San Francisco 43 d-' ,- Doubles Mathews Kansas City 8; CHOICE). FIX REEL TO ROT WiTh
then I met part of my mente. Pittsburgh 4. Bressoud. Boston, and Wert Detrlt 7.' wife is very knowledgeable
said Sloan, "has been to develop -runs against Alachua and JohnL. Doubles Clemente Pittsburgh. 0; Triples VersaUes" Minnesota andCardenas TAPE ,
team ,-'.three unshaven boysin Cincinnati; Mays. Milwaukee Hinton. Washington. 4. on horses, too. USE PR/) FLIES RESEMBLING
the- dirtiest khakis you One goal.and.one point gave disciplined, honorablemen Brown had one against! and Stargell, Pittsburgh. I. I Home runs Colavito, Kansas CHy The race will be over a mile UATURALS PRESENT OR CATCHFLIES

imagine.*'"- the Montreal' Canadiens the Na- who think and act properly Green Cove. i Allen.Triples Philadelphia- Banks .and and Santo Boyer Chicago St. LwStolen; and Hall bases Minnesota-: Aparkio.f. Baltimore.. 13: course. TO USE OK FINE HOOKS.

can iional Hockey League title over both in manners and dress. This Saturday the Dodgers la. L W9W. Cleveland, 5. PULL OFF LINE UNTIL BREEZE
.;;.. San Francisco. Pitching Kline Washington 3-0. Jockey Don Morris is expected
Home runs Mays TAKES rr cxm FISH WILL HOOK
pointing the attitude of the the Chicago Black 'H a w k s. "In short, we try to raise will host Alachua and on Sun- 13; Howard Los Angeles. 18. 1.000; Bunker and Stock, Baltimore; Pi:
used Montreal beat New York 2-1 in 20 boys who somebody else will home with stolen bases Wills. Los, Angeles.. zarro and Fisher Chicago; KraDck: Cleveland to ride Karelia. .TSEMSuI.vgs. FlAr 6A\ EA'r.
public Sloan said, "People day play a game U; Warper.Cincinnati 8. ; Chance Los Angeles., end, Airtgo Bull "to get Lester
to come up to me all the time its final game to finish-with 85 should have raised for 20years. Jacksonville. Both contests startat Pitching: Marichal San Francisco: *\ Minnesota 2-4. 1. oo.e. hopes
LOOO Shaw San Friocl$ at._OJfr- strikeouts* wfcfce/sAam D.trltnd. i Piggott for Lanarkshire's rider.:
aad tlI me they: were football points. %:30 pjn. :;_ i 101\I a..Gu&a.& H. 1.000 I Ks.at.Mlnrgsota,36, '

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Wednesday. May 13, 1964 Gainesrite .Sun .. 1Q 'i
-. 4

Jack On Bunker Take Over BEAT THE HEAT! -:: -:. .-. '. \

McNally ,
Nicklaus GOLF .- Phone FR ._ :

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CHOOSMG Off By MIKE RATHET bers of the Kiddie Korps-Steve American League program. the bases loaded off ace Red 11 "

v l t GG Associated Press Sports Writer Barber, Chuck Estrada and Milt The Orioles used two of their I Sox reliever Dick Radatz. I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE )j

,, Are the Chucklin's Chicks- Pappas have one victory five stolen bases to advantage ,. ."
among them.McNally In a two-run first against Sena- I 1
VBRAGE ?LAYERS WNO Dave McNally and Wally Bunk- ,- .
tors starter Dave Stenhouse before .
WI6H1O PURGNASE 'ME er-ready to replace the Kiddie who 7-8 last '
w' was "Just 7 bucks a month : :
SAME'iYPE BALI. USED BY Boog 'Powell took care of r.. .
IAPI( 'UimH&TOURNAMENT Korps as the meat of Balti- year in his first full season, al
the rest of the with
PR05 CAW oo $o-0Lrr tr more's pitching staff ? lowed the Senators only a first scoring a I : ..'
WILL N01 ROVIDE A MAGIC three-run homer in the third. more for a Chrysler ,. .:, '..
double Chuck Hinton
FORMULA* fOK.XX& DIrffANGE.MO inning by
yy McNally, at 21 the senior '
fANS'fRUGZED and a scratch single up the Luis Aparicio stole three than for Ford ? \
\ ANY OfU&fZ, IT WIMV member of the Orioles' fledg- Fred a or Chevy "Nope. .
middle by pinch hitter bases and Willie Kirkland two. .
fOO HIGHLY tOMrX Sft0AU. ling fireballers, joined Bunkerin

the shutout circle .Tuesday Valentine in the sixth. ,McNally Each pilfered second base in You've got to be kidding!" Just : : '>"
<1ARD / :; night by limiting Washington to I walked three and_ struck .out the first inning- and wound up ,_

SWiNCs. 1: two hits .Jn a. 5-0 Baltimore vic one. scoring. bought : '_ '.

tory. ", Sharp PitchingIn I Lopez Homers
I '>"f. .
I' other sharp pitching per- Eolith now 3-1. gave up a one. "
It was McNally's third victory
,. .,
two-run homer to Hector Lopezin I :
formances, Detroit's Mickey Lo :
against a single loss and his
the first inning,. then set the r '
MLEOIIIM.r first shutout since he made his lich three-hit the New -York >
Yankees down without difficulty -! ,
for 7-2 Jim ,
r'Y major league debut with a two- Yankees a victory, '
Kaat allowed only four hits snapping New York'sfivegame
hit job, Sept. 26-. 1962 Bunker
Htiev BA6G winning streak and
7 while his Minnesota mates
made his big league bow a week
(4s Auv I
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ending the Tigers' five-game
II ago and pitched a one-hit shutout pounded 15 in an 11-1 wallopingof
the Chicago White Sox and losing string.
.., i
Five Wins John O'Donoghue and John Willie Horton drove In two
/rfJUvM McNally, left-hander, and .Wyatt collaborated on two- runs for Detroit with a pair of

(70(095) Bunker, a 19-year-old right hitter as Kansas City defeatedthe triples and Don Wert collected

WHIM WILL. f N 7 TO IY Q bander; now have accounted for Los Angeles Angels 6-2. three hits, including a two-run -==-----------===--zw==_ -== -
K* COMPKE9& --
0AU.AN &&T V:& TWAM five of the Orioles 14 victories Cleveland edged Boston 6-5 in double as the Tigers moved

MAXIMUM PJdTANGt? g" .,.,,,, while the three remaining mem the other game on the full ahead to stay in'the second -- -= -----.-.---=-RCC --_-_-
-' MY"'l1C:1H1l.1 "'y' inning.
8ETER PALUWJFROM: THE" A''HP'M En! 1 E f Kaat, M, did not allow the
a uaw
'oSWIN MEDIUM bO1N FOR.GOMPRE5510N A VeRY EASY dyu Must F'f 1 White Sox a hit after the third t

(70 OK uWp))MAY t PROVe BESt.: >fX6W/ t LAces inning and retired 13 men in

I"I NEW YORK DETROIT Night Cimt order at one stretch. Dave
ab,1I M ab r h biLtnz KANSAS CITY LOS .ANGELES, Nicholson's second-inning home
abrhbi ala II bI
IS 3100 Wert 3b 4132
I Rlch'dson 2510 1 0 Lump 2b 4000 Causey ss 412) Pearson If 4000 run accounted for the Chicagorun. CIDAA
I Mats Lopez rf 4122 Demeter cf 3000 Mathews cf All 1 Moran 3b 4 0 0 0
Braves Mantle d 1000 Cash Ib 3100 Jimenez If 4000 Fregosl u 3100 .
Gonzalez Ib 1000 Freehan C 4221 Tartabull If 1012 Torres Ib 3010
Trash H /0 0 0 Horton If 3122 Gentile Ib 4010 aDees Ib 1100 Hall's Ninth No "its," "ands," or "butS- about it! We've got the figures to prove it! This
Howard c 3000 Thomas rf 3100 Colavito rf All 0 Rodgers c 4001 I
Pepife Itxf 3000 McAuliffe ss 3 1 1 0 Charles 3b 3111 Thomas rf 3000 big beautiful Chrysler Newport is priced less than $7 a month more than
Boyer 3b 3000Lollchp 4001 Lau C 4110 Simpson cf 3000 The Twins' offensive included
Downing p 0000 Green 2b 3110 Knoop 2b 3000 a comparably equipped Ford Galaxie 500 or Chevy Impala.
WithoutFreeforAll Meyer 1000 O'Don'hue p 2 01 1 McBride p 3010 Jimmie Hall's ninth homer and
Play aBright Daley p ,I 0000 000 Wyatt p 1000 bSatrlano Smith p 1000 0000 four hits each by Don Mincher We're not talking about a stripped-down Chrysler. We're talking abouta

bAAoore 1000 .Totals 34 Reniff p 0 0 0 0 a_Ran for Torres In eth b-Filed out and Zoilo Versalles. Mincher, Chrysler. a engine. steering.
Totals 29 212 Totals 31714 for Smith In Wi. playing first with Harmon Kille- Power Brakes. Pushbutton automatic transmission. Radio. Heater. The
a-Called out on strikes for Meyer In Kansas City.............. 010 001 ioa-4
5th b-Called out on strikes for DaleyIn Us Angela .............. 000 002 CO -2 brew benched hit his fifth home works! Everything you want on a big car.

6th. E Causey 3, Torres. Gentile. PD-A- run and collected three singles. ,
New Yarn ................. 200 eOO 000-2 Kansas- City !)-1b Los Angeles J7-f. DP- Still skeptical? Come in. Talk price. We'll convince you.
Detroit .................. OJ2 100 I Ox-7E Knoo Fregosl) and Torres; Knoop and Versalles drove in three runs
:: 2frm lurk afmraBy winning touch. What hurts Is -Llnz. Lumps, McAuliffe. PO-A-New Torres Green; Charles and, Green Gentile and Moran Gentile;Knoop Caw with two doubles and two sin- Payments baled oa manufacturer sue atad retail price of 4-dooc tedaa. VS doge 36 mocthly
York 244, Detroit 27-14. DP-Gonzalez sey. payment. Excluding dxtinatioa charge, elate and local tax*, interest and iniuranc _
and Dees. LOB-Kansas City 7. Los Angales
that he's lefthanded. Cash gles. I
ARTHUR DALEY and Unto Wert. Lump and /. _
Lumpe, McAuliffe and Cash; McAuliffe. .
Mathews Tartabull. SB-
NEW YORK The last time "Because of the peculiar setup Lumpe Detroit 6.28Wert.and. Cash. LOB-New York 3. Fregosl 2B-Charles 2, Colavito.IP S- H'Do\ eBB SO O'Donoghue weathered four SEE YOUR CHRYSLER DEALER-THE

the'Milwaukee Braves squaredoff of this league, lefthandersare Freehan McAuliffe. 38- O'Donoghue, W, 1-0 7 2 2 0 A A A's errors-three by Wayne

against the New York Mets essential. The Phillies and Horton 2. HR-LopiP. R ER ? SO Wyatt McBride. .U....1-4.......2 S 2-3 0 a 6 0 6 0 4 1 2 5 Causey but needed Wyatt's re- BEST OF THE BIG GAR MEN

the 'game ended in a wild and the Reds are different teams I xDownlng, U o-7'........ *0 *0 6 0 0 5 1/3 Smith .......... 1-31 0 0 0 a lief help in the eighth inning.
? ,
when .......... HBP-By McBride (Green) U-Napp
0 2
somewhat they to face a lefty] Daley. 3 3 1
rowdy free-for-all. I Rtee Stewart, Stevens. T-2:25. A-3.724. Wyatt finished without allowing .
Reniff .......... 1 1 0 0 0 0 up "
But baseball antagonisms are and, to a lesser extent, so are Lolich, W, 3-1 .... t 3 2 2 3 5. CHICAGO abrhbi MINNESOTA ab r h bl the Angels a hit. AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER MOTORS cowoftwiaaHAWES ,
as "transitory as a ferryboat the Dodgers and Cardinals. Usea -x-Faced Honochick one. Runge batter In Smith.1st. WP Kinnamon.-Meyer.U H'shb'ger cf 4 0 0 0 Versalles ss 5243 f.6J

shoeshone and Bobby Bragan, lefty against them and their r-2:14. A-18,688. Weis Robinson 2b rf 2 4000 0 1 0 Oliva Rollins rf 3b 5221 4012 The Indians blew a 4-0 lead,

the chieftain of the Braves, power potential is reduced. BOSTON Night Came CLEVELAND Hansen bMinoso ss rf 3010 2000 Allison Hall cf If 5101 5122 tied it5 on Woodie Held'shomer

neither prepared for no expected "The Phils have five left- Mantilla 3b ab 4011 r h M Howser ss ab 3120 r h bl Ward Nicholson 3b If All 4000 Allen Mincher 2b Ib 4221 5241 in the sixth, then moved POWERS MOTOR CO.

any ambuscade at the return handed hitters in their lineup.But Y'trz'skl Bressoud cf ss 4 3010 1 31 Wagner Brown 2b If 4111 2110 Cun'ham Ib 4000 Zlm'rman c 2 0 0 0 ahead to stay in the eighth on

meeting last night it isn't just that these teams Stuart Ib 5000 Whltfleld Ib 5 0 0 0 Carreon Herbert c 3000 1010 Kaat p 2100 Larry Brown's sacrifice fly with
have Clinton rf /0 0 a Abernathy p 0 0 0 0 p Imperial Plymouth Valiant and Simea .
so much lefthanded Kreutzer p 0000 Chrysler !
"Fights never seem funny power. Jones 2b 5111 Azcue c 3111Conlgllaro aM'Nertn'y 1000 .._. _, &
when they happen," he said, They also are affected in another If 4 1 2 0 Held cf 4122 Horlen p 0000
Tlllman c All Alvis 3b 4000 0000 Lewis NamedBUFFALO. SALES AND SERVICE
gnawing contentedly on a cigar, way. Such switch-hitters Spanswlck p 0 0 0 0 Francona rf'3 1 1 0 Baumann p 0 0 0 0 "
Heffner 2121 Grant p 2000
"butl:retrospect supplied some as Maury Wills and Junior Radatz p p 1010 aChance McMahon p 1 1010 0 0 0 Mossl p 321 0000Totals 4 1 Totals 1711 IS 11a N.Y. (AP-Sher- We Will Not Be Undersold or Out Traded '
comic, overtones to this one. It I Gilliam of the Dodgers and bDavallllo 0000 _Filed out for Kreutzer In 4th; b-
Pete Rose and Klndall Ib 0000 Filed out for Robinson In 5th c-Hit by man Lewis a 157 pound back
Chico Ruiz of the ,
began know when Ron ball for Horlen In 7th.
as you pitched
Totals 3( 5 12 S Totals 32 4 f 4a OPEN EVENINGS
Hunt,'barreled into Ed Baileyat Reds are forced to bat right- _Doubled for McMahon In tth; bRan Chicago ................. Oil 000 0001 from Michigan State, was
for Chance In tth. Minnesota ............... 112 310 MX-11
home plate and they started handed and this moves them 'Boston ............... 002101000,5Clavaland Cunningham Versalles 2, Carreon. named today to the East team I
swinging. back a couple of steps from po................< 40* 001 OIxE -< PC-Chicago 24-10 Minnesota 27-7. DP- in the All-America football 204 N. Main Street Phone FR 22561Dixie
first base. That's an 2. PO-A Boston 24- Rollins Allen and Mincher. LOB-Chicago
1,was talking about it-after advantagein -Mantilla. Stuart 6, Minnesota 7.
LOB Boston 10 here June 27.
2715. -
10. Cleveland
ward to Dixie Walker and. he itself. 10. IB-Rollins Versalles 2. HR-Nicholson
I Cleveland -----
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+ Mincher, HaiL Zimmerman 2. SF- -- ---
made a rather interesting ob: "Why do you 'think every Chance.2B-Wagner HR-Heffner Held Conlgllaro, Bressoud.Francona Jones, Rollins.
servation. He remarked thathe'd team in the league is wishing I Held. SB-Howser. S-Heffner, Yastrzem- Herbert. L, '.2 ... 2 2.3 5 A A 0 1
Ski SF-Brown. ......... Vim's-TIRE CITY
it could Alvin Jackson Kreutzer 1.3 2 0 0 0 1
seen Pee Wee Reese pry IP R "
Horlen ..........3 5 A 3 1 0 ,
charge into Walker Cooper and away from the Mets? Sure, he'sgood. Spanswlck Heffner ............... < 1-3 5 3 'I A A 1 0 3. 6 0 Baumann .......1 3 3 3 1 1 --. ,.- .. ,.-
.......... 0
0 0 0 1Kaat.
Mossl .1
But Heffner .........6 3 1 1 3 6RadatL
But when he's also lefthanded. ...
nothing happened. ... W 4-1 ; .t 4 1 1 1 6
U 2.1 1 2.3 1 1 1 SPRING
Eddie,Stanky did",it, there ,was Noneof my fine young pitchersof 'Grant .,...t......:5231 5 5 3 5 U HBP....-DiMuro By Kaat,Paparella(Buford)., WP Drummond-Horlen.,
McMahon W, 2-0 2133: 0 0 0 2
a fight. Hunt, I'm, afraid, hasa a year ago could win as Abernathy ...... 1 1 0 0 1 0 Umont. T-2:40. A-12.038.
lot:,of many, games as he "did. Jack- WP-Heffner, Grant McMahon. U When come to Tire City
Stanley inj him., _. Soar Salerno Valentine, McKlnley. T- you you
"Eddie Mathews grabbed son won 13 games with 'a floundering 238. A-3,122.Night earn GSC Team "Why Pay More"?

Hunt ,,and carried him off. I ball club last season. BALTIMORE WASHINGTON buy 1st Line tr Premium Tires ata

and both of He's already twice beaten Jim abrhbi ala r II bI
grabbed Bailey us
Brandt cf 5000 Zhryner 3b 4000
fell ,over Billy '''WilliamS, the Maloney 'of the 'Reds and Maloney Aparlclo ss 4120 Kennedy'ss 4000: Gets lower cost than you can buy 2nd
Kirkland rf 3111 Hinton If 3010 Keg
umpire. That shSuld have been. is one of the best in the Siebern Ib 5110 Skowron Ib 4000
business. Robinson 3b 5 1 2 1 Lock rf 3000 I & 3rd line tires at other,, places., ,,
the first laugh even though 'it Powell If 2113 Hunt cf 3000
Then '"Not*long "Jackson"fan: Snyder If0 0 01t Leppert c '2'0"0 0
didn't atlhe time. ago '
seem so Orslno c 4010 Cottier 2b 3000 Trophies Take advantage of these low low
Denis Menke felt someone touch ned Eddie Mathews and Eddie Adair 2b 3000 Stenhouse p 0 0 0 0

himon: the'shoulder. He twisted, came back to the bench saying, McNally p 3000 Koplitz aPhlllips p 0000 1000 The Gainesville Shopping Center'team'received prices before going on your summer ,
'I was overmatched.: Don't for bValentina 1010
around fast and what does he Cheney p 0000 trophies last

do but accidentally knock downCasey .I get that Mathews and Lee Maye cBrlnk'an Ridzlk p 1000 0000 night for the 1964 Industri 1 J vacation.We ,

Stengel. I don't know murder Sandy Koufax. In fact, Totals 34 S S S Totals 21 0 2 0 League''bowling championship.The J ,
Struck out for Stenhouse In 3rd
what:else occurred but I knowit Koufax didn't finish but one of Singled for Koplitz In 6th; c-Popped presentation occurred at the I
looked a lot worse than it six starts against us last year out for Cheney In 8th. 1
'. even Ron Baltimore ...............&.203 000 000-5 annual banquet held at the Holiday Honor All Major Oil Credit
was.! though Perranoski Washington ............... GOO 000 000-0E ; -Init.
Brash Bobby is not one to another lefty, came on to take -None. PD-Baltimore 21.11, Wash- Cards. Sears and American
turn..the other cheek but since four of them. Ington 27-4. DP- Aparlclo AdaIr and Team.m e m b ers are S t eve Penneys
Slebern Kennedy. Cottier and Skowron.
thai episode he has bestoweda "If I ever had the choice of LOB Baltimore t, Washington /. Reuthinger, Skeet Cole, Lynn' Express Credit Cards.Diamond .
2B Hinton. HR-PowelL SB-Aparl Chapman, Ed Cellon and Chuck
signal favor on the bellicose picking one of two quality pitchers clo .3. Klrland 2. .

Hunt He has given him a play I'd take the lefthander overa McNally, W, 3-1 .. t IP H 2 R 0 ER 0 18 3 SO 1 Morris.
the better righthander because Stenhouse. U 0.2.7 5 5 5 2 A! Other.awards went to Elmer
mate ,,- slick-fielding Roy Koplitz .......... 3 2 0 0 1/
McMillan, a shortstop who will 'the lefty has the extra edge Ridzlk .. .1 1 0 0 0 0UHUrleji Broadwell for high single game Diamond PREMIUM

make Hunt an even better sec nowadays." T-2-17. A-2,188.Flaherty Carrigan, Haller., with handicap, a 290, Ralph ,

ond" seman. Swartz, Gainesville Sun. high NO

"If,the deal for McMillan wasa series with handicap; Piggie W i.i.\i. 36 mos. guarantee

$100,000 transaction" said Park Restaurant, high team single '\.S .

Bragan, "it's a fine investmentfor on Mound .game and series; and Clyde SAFETY LUX SYi.C\ .

the Mets,"a. rare bajgain, Box, most i m p r o v ed bowler, 600x13 . 15.52 .... 16.95

He'1Lgo 130 games for them raising his average from 129 to 18 mos.

and;Js so determined 4 that.he -f' ,.: InrS C 148. guarantee. ,650x 13 .... 16.52 .... 18.9F_
play with, stitches in his leg. .Shopping Center fnished nextto Black White $ 9S
700x 13 .... 16.52 . 18.95 '
He's a real pro,' a'vacuum last in the first half of the 9

cleaner a. man at short.with 'his I hated spirit to and lego AUBURN, Ala.] (AP) ,-- Two record Ole Miss will be> going Industrial but came 1 back o o p's to win split the season sec- 600x13 .... 11.95 .... 13.95 750x14 ........ 16.95 .... 20.95

skill but I had to'make' room pitchers with perfect conference with its ace, Richard Prine, who t roUoff. 650x13 . 12.95 . 16.95 800x14 18.95 .......22.95 '.
for Menke a kid witha records this season will square I has an 8-0 SEC record. Fulton Minnick, league president 1
young 700x13 .... 13.95 ........ 16.95
chance to become .one..of. the, off'when the University of MississipPi Auburn, the Eastern Division- ,. welcomed .bowlers and 600x13 850x14 .... 19.95 .... 23.95

great ones." invades Auburn'today to I ChampionsffuiShed the l seasonwith team sponsors to the affair. 750x14 ...:. 13.95 .. 16.95 50x13

The Braves snapped smartly begin the three-game series to II a 13-5 SEC record and a, "Tiny" Miller of Pepper Print 15.95 17.85 700x13 900x14 .... 19.85 ,... 24f95 1
800x14 .... ........
from the starting gate this year determine the Southeast Confer 20-5 overall record. The Rebels, ing Co. will head the league for 750x14 '

and have been racing strongly ence baseball championship.Going champions of the Western Divi 196465. 850x14 . 16.95 ........ 19.35 950x14 .... 20.95 . 26.95

the first turn. Was there to the mount for Auburn sion, are 11-0 in SEC play and I 12.95 800x14
toward significance of an enduring will be ace hurler Jimmy Cry 19-4 overall 670x15 .... 11.95 .... S50x14 600x15 .... 15.95 .... 17.95

any sal who has a 7-0 SEC pitching Injured Knee Bell Wins 710x15 ...: 12.95 .......14.95 900x14
nature to it? 650x15 ........ 15.95 ........ 17.95.
"There could be," he said Tiger Coach Paul Nix said 760x15 .... 14.99 .... 15.95 950x14 ': 1

cautiously. "At least I'm in a Auburn probably will be withoutthe t 600x15 670x15 . 16.9519.95
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14-13 GameSouthern 800x15 .... . .
services of starting left fielder
much sounder position that I Tourney 650x15

was managing the Pirates in Tandy Geralds, who has an 710x15 .... 17.85 .... 21.95
1956. That was the year when I injured knee. Ole Miss appearshi Bell nipped Kirk- Add 2.00 for Tubeless I 670x15
Dale Long had that crazy streak Continues I I top shape for the series. patrick & Pierson 14-13 and;I All prices plus tax. 710x15 760x 15 .... 18.85 . 23.95-, :

when :he hit eight homers in I The playoff series will move Jones-Johnson won from Tung 760x15800x15
I 800x 15 ... 19.45 .... .
eight games and we were in Play will continue tomorrowin to Oxford, Miss., Friday and if a I Oil 8-5 in Petticoat League softball White Black -
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June. Writers from New ney for women in the 9-hole be played Saturday in Oxford., night.

York and from all over the group at the Golf and Country -Ole Miss has the only .400 hit Three runs in the bottom of RECAPS 9 95, Slightly Blemished All Prices plus tax.- ,

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"What about it, Bobby?" Frances M a son vs. Florence ished the season with identical I Lyons had four hits for the .. .

they said. 'Can you stay up?' Crosby, Brenda Thomas, bye; .400 batting averages, each getting winners. L.. Hodges matched i NEW-Exchange rum Nylon add 2.88. ,15 M- os.' To Pay_-"-.', _,

"I didn't dare say' it ,but I Joanne Woodward, bye; Kitty : 20 hits in 50 trips to the that for Kirkpatrick & Pierson. for Tubeless, and NO MONEY DOWN

knew we couldn't. We didn't, Lawrence, bye; Betty Clar d y :plate. Jones-Johnson with two hits 95 2.88 for Whltew: l.
either. We finished next to last. vs. ,Evelyn Sanders, Frances I First, baseman'Tommrtfeyesis Iea: h. Novak had three- ,.for Tungand .BATTERIES_ Price plus fax.D1VIE Open Your Account b y. hone

But this is different: We've got Head, bye;: Mercedes Mosejey, hitting .35 4 for the Robs l Oil . .. "

a pretty good .ball club and bye;' Lucile Stringfellow,.bye outfielders Fred U ,RobertS, is ;bat- K,',& P 3340201.13182' : OPEN. VIM'S FREEI--..

should be in ,there all the way.. Winners in.last month's A tfag.317. S., ,Bell 307 O .3,(-U 21 2 -

Our young pitchers'''have been kins charter member, ,event, AuburnVtopjiiiter' : is.jJBarfield White and Tullwoocl; fidd1eton -1'-. Front End

coming ,along nicely- and the 'were Betty Clardy. champion" >who[ is hittiifcatcjip : > .361 ; Hem'bre* and 'Lyons. / 7 AM7PM.: --.. :-..

only puzzling factor'is-thal'Den} I Mercedes MoseleyV-rutfherup; !! :..Otis BiboiiliittingXSSO and, Jns-J'rison u'o 0 Z 1-8'7J}- _. TIRE CITY Alignment Inspection

ny Lemaster, the one I've been Brenda Thomas, consolation leads the league in total hits, Tg. Oil 2001200590Suggs 405 N.W.13th St. 2-5030
expecting the most from, has! winner; and Joanne Wood- I 27. Jimmy Martin is hitting .333, and Mustinin; Wallace

been the slowest to find his ward, Beaten Four victor. ,and Dink Haire .314. and Powers.
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I 1 fays: May Reach Magic .400 Circle ALL 4

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'. : By JOE REICHLER Williams who batted .406 with hitter he Is, will hit .400 in this One of the least surprised b y, said the former Brooklyn Dodger -' hits were home runs. "
J NEW YORK '(AP-The odds the Boston Red Sox in 1941 day and age," said Musial, Mays' remarkable early season I star. "I've always felt that! When Roger Maris of the New Even Brake : i
"Then he must avoid a long batting whose highest average was .376 hitting is Jackie Robinson, a National Mays had the qualifications to York Yankees hit his record'61 ,. .
this gains -Willie-Mays.hitting--.400 slump. -- in 1948. "But if anybody can do League batting champ I be the next .400 hitter. Ii IiI home runs in 1961, he did not get HAVE .YOUR CAR CHECKED AT A :
about 400-to-l
are but
year Must Get Breaks it is the with .342 in 1949. had before "SAFETY CIRCLE" Inspection Station ;
it is surprising how knowledgeable 1- Mays man. Mays has good starts No. 13 until his club's 43rd
many "He must get the breaks and "Willie is an extraordinarystreak "A fellow asked me last but never like this, Two game. Babe Ruth hit his 13th
the superb center fielder people of think the he must have speed afoot. You hitter and, who knows,he i winter about Mays and I told, years ago, he had four home homer in his 39th game when DeLoach LittlewoocK.: i
t to share of infield streak throughthe him that, in Willie in his first he set the record of
l San Francisco Giants might got get your might just right my opinion, runs seven games.I 60 in a 154- 3410 W. UNIV. AVE. 376-4005:
complish, the seemingly impos-ac- hits to keep that average up. season." hadn't yet reached his peak,'' But this year, 11 of his first 39 game season 'in 1927. "'
t sible. : "The year I batted .388 ((1957)), >A
I didn't get a single leg hit. If
: Ted Williams, the last major..1 had been able to beat out six
leaguer to reach that magic infield hits I would have hit .
pinnacle, has always maintainedthe .400 again."
.400 figure ,will be reached Not even Williams, in his .406
again. In a recent interview he season, got off to such a flying GET4thTIRE
picked Mays, Henry Aaron AI! start as Mays has this season. 3
Kaline and Mickey Mantle as After his first 20 games in 1941,
those capable of doing it. Williams was hitting .375. Willie,'
for the same period, was more
"The fellow who hits.400 must than 100 points higher. ,
get off to a blazing start," said Stan Musial, perhaps the 3

If greatest of all National League .
hitters, thinks Mays has a
I Buddy Loop chance. d
"Common sense'tells you that
Meeting Set nobody, no matter how great a iINO CHARGI

\ On Saturday Arnie Tops

J Boys who have not received Golf Field
applications for the
Jaycee Buddy League upcoming baseball OKLAHOMA CITY (AP-The Now for the first time EVER..this .
may pick up these applica-
tions at the Boy's Club. A num- Golf$40,000 Tournament Oklahoma gets City under Open outstanding COMPLETE SET OFFER on :
ber of grade schools also have

applications.The first meeting is set for way Country Thursday Club with at Quail Arnold Creek Pal- 27 America's most asked for premium fireii'

boys ages 9-10 at 9:30 a.m. mer, who won the tournamentin
Saturday. Boys ages 11-13 1959, the top attraction. I
should report at 10:30 a.m. No Three other former winners
equipment will be needed for and four former PGA champions -
r the first session since only sign- also are in the field. llI Il p
$ up and instructions will be giv- Besides Palmer, the former I
en at this first meeting.The winners are Fred Hawkins, who
Junior Chamber of Commerce won in 1956, Gene Littler, the
of Gainesville sponsorsthe 1960 winner, and Don Fairfield,
Jaycee Buddy League program !the defending champion.The '
now going into its seventh former PGA champs are
'I year. Jack Burke Jr., Bob Rosburg,
Charles Dobbs, Boys' Club Jay Hebert and Lionel Hebert. #
program director, urges boys This is the third year on the
who will be out-of-town Satur 7,042-yard par 72 Quail Creek 4, 1.i .
day to leave their blanks at Country club course or the
the Boys' Club I T h ursday or tournament. Previously the
}1 Friday with a notation that they
event was played at Twin Hills O
i session.can not These be present boys for will the be first put Country Club. More than 50 years of 'l / li ff M R Ris

the in their practice proper"and catagory classification for THAT WISE i built into this worlci-famoiiSi- sjj ej

sessions;All boys will be placedon OL' HOWLANDOWL "

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tack rode Chieftain nine straight t 1111

i ( four times races since with last the July.Bold He Ruler-won \ \\\\' \ ,- New SUP-R-TUF Rubbei iSSctr 4 IWllite. l

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!11[i I ':. -: Paralyzed.. Ski Champion Jill Kinmont Finds New Lease on Life \* \

: ,SEATTLE, wash. (AP-The men's and girls' slalom crownsin I Giant slalom at Alta Jan. Jill didn't know it then, but I Seattle's Ingraham High School for a job with four school districts -Washington after her parents,r rifle friends and a fantastic
mile-a-minute left her under Kenneth Duhn, a reading- in this area. Mr. and Mrs. William Kinmont,:family. I date and adore sitting
bright,vibrant world that champion 1954 is bringing her near the 30, 1955, and landed on her neck. the spill improvement teacher. moved here in
skier Jill Kinmont had realization of a new goal.- a I partially paralyzed. Life holdsno "I'm, encouraged by the I I from Los Angeles.February Two brothers 1963 in the,sun and reading."I : .
i She was only a few weeks, "She's life her ," she said "The -
for the meeting on response today.
knowncame to an end nearly career as a teacher of remedial discouragements Robert, 27, and Jerry, 21,
from her 19th ," Dulin said wheel chair doesn't to the life'workt lave
't lO:years ago as she lay motionless reading.Jill away birthdayand courageous young woman, now terms admiringly."I seem I also live here. know
in the snow at Alta, Utah, fresh from double victories'23. have,no doubts ,about her." limit me. I think my outlook is "Full Life""I chosen is going to satisfy me,
the threshold of I
her ,neck broken .in a spill. was on in national slalom competitionthe good. II and this is important not just .
America's brightest Olympic Using a wheel chair and a device Jill is scheduled to receive I lead a very full life, she
'But the dauntless spirit that hopes, when, she catapulted off first ever scored in the' that permits her to write her provisional teaching certifi- Jill enrolled in the School of said. "Twice since the accident to me but to everyone close to
carried her to the national wo- the course during the Snow Cup same year. she is doing cadet teaching at cate in June and has applied Education at the University of I've been to Europe. I have ter- Ir'.
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Wednesday May 13, 1964Gainesville Sun l'I
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''j I.".. Puzzle Over Tax Cut Effects s : tN

j or Km flark mtmr seeking explanations for the be- tax cut does indeed jazz up the 1=

By M. J. ROSSANT havior of consumers. Their find- rate of retail spending, then the

IJ ri NEW YORKBusiness forecasters Economists Try to FigureBuyer ings shed some light on the mystery -induced increase in inventoryand _

in and
t plant equipmentcould
are still trying to assess
t! the impact of the tax cut that Who's on No SpreeApril Consumers are definitely responding be very big."
more sluggishly than Sommers states that it is too
t went into effect two months
r ( ago. businessmen. Corporations have early to close "the book on the

stepped up their capital spend- tax cut's ultimate effect." He at
1 So far at least, those who
1 did not reach this level vised his views and now holds I ing plans since the tax cut went tributes the relatively restrained -
*" expected an upsurge Consumer moderation does that there is "no immediate into effect. Their outlays f or behavior! of consumers in

in activity have been disap- not mean that a decline is in prospect for an increase in in- the remainder of the year will March and April to their heavy
pointed. The of business
: pace prospect. But it has led some terests rates based on supply be soaring far above their ex- purchases in anticipation of tax i.
has quickened since taxes were "
-: authorities to the conclusion and demand factors. penditures in the first quarter. reduction last December and in
reduced, but it has not raced
ahead. that there is little danger of an Administration officials claim In addition, business shouldbe February.

I The puzzle is over the atti- unruly boom. that the absence of a buying spending much more on in Another explanation is prc- i

p tude of consumers, who have For instance, William McChesney -spree is in line with their own ventories. Albert T. Sommers, vided by S. Jay Levy, who con-

not been splurging with the ex- Martin, chairman of the expectations. They have held writing in the May issue of the; ducts a business and investment

tra income that tax reduction Federal Reserve Board, said that the tax cut would make itself National Industrial Conference service. He argues that Amer-

has provided. Traditionally, they last week that demand for credit felt in stages rather than Board's Business Record, observed ican Telephone & Telegraph's r
all at that there should be $1.2 billion issue of stock
, t :'spend between 92 and 94 Percent has been "far below anything once.Economists new
-' of their after-tax income I anticipated." In the light of I are not psychoan"high and sustained accumulation -"had a bigger impact on the

f but their buying in March and the evidence to date, he has re alysts. But they have been in coming quarters. If thelIt American economy than did
the U. S. Treasury."

According to Levy, A. T. &
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T.'s financing soaked about n ____ n
lIt lt BUSINESS REPORT -- $400 million in current income FFA Banquet 'Stars' :
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::0 REVIEW V' _ _ for either the purchase of oth- Eli Beasley (left), star chapter farmer of the Bronson FFA Chapter and '

1 ______-___ er stock issues or cons u mer Luther Williams, star greenhand, show their award certificates to Buddy1-
Clark, speaker at the 'chapter's annual Father-Son Banquet last night. (Sun.
He that A. T.
goods. out
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Ii & T.'s army of share holders :
TODAY'S DOW JONES also drew down their savings to Yr

I Readers' buy new stock, which also put
.I Request II Prev. Close Components 1st Hr something of a damper on re-j Candidates for Governor s

tail sales. ..
\ 827.38 I Indust. I up .31 ; ..
Consumers also increased
: 201.61 I Rails I .07 Y
their repayments of debt. Fed-
I I, are(The requested following specifically market by quotations readers LISTINGS 142.04 | Util unchup eral Reserve Board figures for Meeting Face-to-Face AgainBy
of the Sun financial page. The quotations
I! are furnished by Sincere & Co... 11 290.45 I Stocks I .09 March showed a sharp rise in
Investment Service here.) \ I L/ L..I .
11 52.40 I Volume I 2,520 repayments on installment debt. s
Co nsumers; a lso increase' ",d" th"eu' THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA ing leading up to the second primary ,The term was cut to two years

on-the-cuff buying, but the face-to-face meeting todayof the two mayors pulled no for this one election to shift the

Ii 'o) New York Times I sharp rise in repayments slowed Florida's runoff candidatesfor puncj;es.Burns. time of electing the governojand
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAY 12 down the advance in total con- governor Mayors Haydon made it clear he con- other state officials from;

; High Low Close Net Chg. Charge Bull Theft sumer credit outstanding.The Burns of Jacksonville and Rob sidered the major issue to be other than a presidential elect;
ert King High of Miami was Civil Rights, and he stumped on tion
25 Rails . 139.20 137.73 138.75 Up 1.06 combination of anticipa- arranged before the state con- his opposition to the President'sCivil years. =
I: 25 Industrials 833.17 825.08 82.8.85 Up 1.91 tory purchases, the A.T.&T. financing vention of Rotary Internationalin Rights bill pending in the Meanwhile, Mayor Robert

SO 'Stocks 86.18 81.40 483.80 Up 1.4.8 On Bradf'd TrioSTARKE and heavy debt repay- Orlando. Senate. King High of Miami Burns' opponent
ments help to solve the puzzleof who in the runoff for governor
The two candidates met once High pulled something of
behavior. But set tongues wagging. He
PREVIOUS consumer as
I before in Miami since the a political upset by making the
MUTUAL FUNDS the effect exerted hinted that Burns be picking .
r STOCK MARKET Two Starke men, Catherine Davis pleaded not depressant by May 5 first primary thrust them runoff on a budget of less than may

I f bid end asked quotations\ : .of suptiied Securities by Advances 568' Hilmon Waldron and Cecil Tyler guilty to petty larceny (theft of: thse three factors fades, consumer into a showdown battle for the $100,000, charged that Burns was up a deficit in the campaign
the Dealers. Inc.. do not represent actual Declines 496 and Charles Crawford of shoes in Starke on Dec. 6)) and buying may well conformto Democratic nomination, whichin buying the state's highest office. treasury of Fred 0. Dickinson

.; transactions of .the but range are within the NASD's which these estimate Unchanged 284 Lawtey were bound over to the case was transferred to the the expectations of the opti- Florida is tantamount to elec- Officially, both candidates are top spender and fourth

I securities! could have been sold (bid) ort Total Issues 1,348 Circuit Court yesterday by trial docket. Bond was set at mists. tion. running for a two-year term. place finisher in the first prima

t bought (asked) New 1963-64 Highs .... 80 County Judge Theron Yawn on This seems to be happening. In the first week of campaign- But Burns hinted he hoped to ry for governor, in return for

Affiliated Fund 7418.16 New 1963-64 Lows 38 charges of larceny of a bull. $500.Eugene Gilbert pleaded guiltyto The stock market hit a new high stretch it to six years. Dickinson's support. '

fl : Capital Life & Gr. The three pleaded guilty to assault and battery and was, last week, suggesting that the He said as much Tuesday in Dickinson came out Monday
Late Morning pall over it coming from the A. New Plant in of Burns. "-
t Divers Growth 9.9710.93: charges in an affidavit which fined $50.Svick. :an address to a Tallahassee civic support

Dividend Shares 3.71-1.14 alleged they had stolen a white- T.&T. financing was lifting. Re- I club. He called for help from High, who won second placein

Dreyfus 20.6222.41i N. Y. ListingAllisChal faced bull from J. B. Edwardson NamedTo tail sales also rose smartly, in- To Go community leaders in putting the first primary race, estfc

May 6. Judge Yawn appointed dicating that consumers are Up Florida's affairs in order, then mated the deficit at $100,000. He
:Fidelity Capito 11,5512.55Fidelity Public Defender R. A. Green Bank BoardJames far from sated. And Sommers
18% IntHarv 73% said: "We won't be able to do it brought up the subject at a
: Fund 180519.51 Alcoa 80 IntNick 807/s Jr. to represent them. notes that "as the tax cut works In Bronson in the first term, but over the pres breakfast in Tampa. --

Fidelity Trend 19.28-20.96 AmAir 47& IntPap 32% Waldron also pleaded guiltyto H. Swick was electedto I its way through the business next six years, with I "The people of Florida are entitled

I Fund'tal Invest 110512.11 AmBrk 53% Jones&L 76 contributing to the delin- the First National Bank of: system and yields higher em- BRONSON tion, we will ." coopera- to know the full details!

Income of Boston 8489.27 AmBdPar 37% KaisAl 40% quency of his minor son, who Gainesville's board of directorsyesterday. : ployment, it may gradually add Construction of i' surrounding Dickinson's ed-
AmCan 43% Ken'cott 85 involved additional credit-worthy candidates -a ready-mix concrete plant is A constitutional amendment dorsement of Burns said.
99010.82 was also in the same High
." Incorporated AmCyan 67% Lig&MyLoch'd 79'4 1 case and was sentenced to six He replaces his father, JamesJ. : for installment loans." scheduled to begin here in the ratified last November makes Burns branded High's sugges

: Keystone K-2 5.66-6.18 AmMot 14% 32% months in the county jail. Swick, who served on the So an explosive upsurge in next 10 days. Florida's next governor term tion "preposterous," and Ed
The is to be erected
: Keystone 5-3 167518.27 : AT&T 141% Lorillard 45%i Judge Yawn also sentenced board for many years until his i consumer buying cannot be plant by two years instead of the usual Bell Dickinson's administrative

:Keystone S-4 4805.24 AmTob 32% Mag'vox 36% Albert McDuffie to 30 days in death last December in the ruled out. A continuation of the tractors Bay Paving of Dunnellon.Co., general The con- four and allows the governor at assistant, supported Burn (
Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 63%' Roosevelt Hotel fire in Jackson increase is far com its close to seek
Life Investors 21.00-22.95 jail on each of two counts gradual preferable its a four- stand. *
through .J
Mohasco % pany president,
Anaconda 4H 13
Life Stock Fund 8108.83 Armour 51% Mons'to 76 public intoxication and assault ville. but the evidence to d ate S. Schofield, has purchased two year term. ordinarily succes- "We do have a deficit but Iis |It{

Mass. Inv- Trust ACL 71% MontWd 39% and battery and stipulatedthat Swick, who lives in Alachua, does not provide conclusive acres of land on U. S. Highway sive terms aren't permitted un- not $100,000 and nobody w

..Mass Inv. Growth 8769.57 Babcock 57 NatDair 797/s the sentences be served is president of the Copeland I proof that consumers will main- 27 as a plant site. The propertywas der the state constitution. picking it up," Bell said. t:
concurrently. Sausage Co. tain their moderation.
from William and
:Prone B&O 45 NatDist 271A bought *
Fund 9.67-10.571 BethStl 37.$ N.AmAv 47% Lillian Crisp.
Puritan Fund 9.7010.491utnam How
Growth 95210.40 Boeing 46% Penney 51% = The Bronson DevelopmentCorp. to Break [

TV .& Ele.c. 8198.93' Borden 72Vz PRR 31% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH ., which was formed to I
Brunswk 10% PepCola 52% attract industry to this area,
Value Line Inc. I
Fund 151216.48 Celanese 70% PhilMor 81 was instrumental in acquiringthe Rights Stalemate?
Chrysler 49% PhillPet 50% land and interesting the \
Active Stocks
yS E' Most
N\01. Co. close Change CocaCola 131% RCA 32% Psychology for Businessmen buyer in the Bronson location. 4

430.900 Calmt & Hec 2730 up 10 CornEd 49% RepStl 44% e f WASHINGTON (APSen.. ers and labor unions and by privately

102,000 Tex Gulf Sul 55 off 1 ConEdis 85% Revlon 34 8 Council to Meet .ate leaders and top Justice Department owned establishments of

Chrysler 5035 inch ContCan 51% ReyTob 45% Porter i officials to fering food, lodging and enter
97,500 ; planned
DowChe 72% StRegP 31% By Sylvia ..- :; ; "
72.400 Sperry Rand 1535 unch duPont 262% Sears 113% ST. PETERSBURG (AP) take a final oak today at a tainment to the public. _
Curtis Pub 1435 off % The Florida Council of 100. a nri- of
55.300 package amendments designed -
EAL 32% Sinclair 57% This men's seminars few "students," but, Lev- The power of the attorney ;
55,200 Xerox 106 up 4' coming Monday, May causes are psy- only a vate organization of business to break the civil rights gei
5-1,300 Dresser Pnd 3431 up 2754,000 / E.Kodak 131 Socony 78 18, one of the business world's chological and not physiologicalin inson believes, the total impactis leaders boosting the state's in- bill stalemate. eral to bring injunction suits
Firestone 39% SouthnC 57%
R C A 323'4 off 3l4 most extraordinary gatheringswill origin. "Many of the peren- far-reaching. "We are convinced dustrial development has set would be curtailed and states
FlaPw 46% SperryR 15% Senate Republican Leader Everett -
47,700 Pan Am 783 up 23'4 71% StBrand 7714 take place in a hilltop class- nial stay-at-homes are not I that we give them a lot its annual spring meeting for that have their own laws in
FlaP&L M. Dirksen of Illinois said
Oil 1035 unch at Topeka's Menninger 'sickness-prone' 'ab in 28-29 the Hotel these fields would be given ex?
40.800 Comwlth Ford 55% StO NJ 88% room ; they are in one week and that they May at Diplomat in advance of the conferencethat
It A S Ex Most Active Stock Frmst Da 11% Studebak 8% Foundation. For an intensive sence prone.' 1 1 turn pass on a lot to others. H /jW'ood. he was hopeful the clusive jurisdiction over cons
Oil 7 Iij five days, a team of Menninger The at the proposed plaints for a limited period. :
90.000 Assoc up FruehTr 31% Swift 49% Alcoholism, which has grown What's important is the realiza- principal speaker changes would lead to action -
j 75,600'Syntex 711,2 up 41i psychiatrists will teach 20 top tion that here is an enormous concluding banquet is to be Gov.
GenDyn 25% Texaco 78% into industry's $2 billion "hangover. on the House-passed bill. The next step, Dirksen said
i 45.500 Kulka-Smith 6l unch GenEl 8Hi Thiokol 14 American executives basic ele- ." The estimate is that body of knowledge which has Farris Bryant. II will be to have a conference of

37,700 Nor Canad Oil 23'4 up ;'4 GenFds 87% U Carb 124% ments of psychology will introduce from 1.7 to 2 million workersare enormous usefulness in busi- The council planned to consider -I The key question is whether all Republican senators as

3-1.900 Cinerama 815 up ?'4i GenMills 39% Unit Airc 45% the "students" to such hef- afflicted, and the disease ness today." new programs for industrial I they will win broad enough support quickly as possible to go oveK

i ODD-LOT TRANSACTIONS GenMtrs 90 UnFruit 20% ty topics as "constructive and immensely boosts absentee and concrete results of development and review its efforts to produce the required the amendments and find out

It Goodrich 53V4 US Steel 55% destructive trends in the person- accident rates.Accidents Already, toward judicial reform two-thirds majority-67 votes if how much support they have. ..
.. 386,957 42Vi Univ Mot 12% this realization have begun to and continued improvement of
Purchases Goodyr ability, "psycho-dynamics, all 100 senators vote-to clamp, "Whether we will have to add,
}J' Short Sales .........-....--- 6,290 Greyhnd 59 WestEl 32%. "the psychological role of the which kill more appear across the U. S. busi- educational facilities. a time limit on the debate, now I to the package remains to b('
Other Sales 400,310 GulfOil 57% WinnDix 32% leader." than 15,000 workers on the job ness landscape-for instance, in its 54th day. "
he told
Total Sales ..._.._.r. -. 406,600 Hon 138 Woolwth 84%I each year, injure another 2 mil- more full-time psychiatrists on seen, newsmen. Ht
Each of these men will pay staffs, more ,intensive The amendments were workedout said, however, that in discus-
lion and cost U.S. business over company Members of the ancient Eng-
$750 for the privilege of attend- alcoholism rehabili- in conferences last week' sions he already has had wits
''i $3 billion annually. "The great in-company lish cult of Druids gather near
STOCK ing the unique course, titled efforts with Gen. Robert F. Ken- his GOP colleagues the reactionhas
ff FLASHES majority of these accidents," tation programs, increasing the Tower of London dressed in Atty. "
"Toward Understanding Men. workers and and his aides. Dirksen said been "pretty good. :
Ir says Levinson, "are not due to to white robes and hoods to cele- nedy
MARKET And just the presence of the machine failure. Fully 80 to 90 executives in human relations.As brate the arrival of spring. full accord had been reached, The senate held its longest

I. favored few twice as many cent have emotional causes Dr. Will Menninger putsit. They join hands and scatter except for the exact language. session of the current debate
NEW YORK (AP) The 1 827.69. are turned down as are accepted per, such break- "The human being is the seeds forsythia blooms: and cid- The principal amendments Tuesday, recessing at 12:17 am.
a fight over
latest stock market advance Prices were higher In moderate -' -will underscore a majornew fast." central, most precious resourceof er on the ground to honor the would revise the sections ban- after meeting for 14 hours and
floundered early this afternoonas active trading on the Amer- trend in business today; the industry." sun. ning discrimination by employ- 17 minutes.
prices turned mixed on profit ican Stock Exchange. I increasing awareness by man- It is the "intangibles," though, -

taking. Trading was active. Corporate bonds advanced.I agement of the vast psychological to which the Topeka sessions -

After two days of generally U.S. government bonds were problems inherent in our will seek to introduce the bus- .-.

'higher prices, stocks continued mostly unchanged. nation's highly industrialized so inessmen. ..

:to. rise slightly in balance earlytoday ciety. I When applied to practical cor- ;-
but became irregular by .
of -
policies problems
The price tag on these problems '""
Lost His Cash -
mid session. motivation a' QII
leadership, personality -
runs into billions of dol- 6 ..
Cigarette issues were a con- But Kept His lars a year-and this, of course, conflict, etc., lead directlyto .. C
spicuous weak spot as they fell the such questions as: ti e \ g
ignores immeasurable hu- S
.sharply on"news that cigarette Silver Dollars mor considerations. Psychological How can a company help a }) / /

?sales had apparently resumed problems on the job hit man- talented but reluctant employeto / y

their downtrend in April follow- BUFFALO, Wyo. (APMarvin agement at least as hard as they grow on the job and into big- \ A a

:ing a recovery from an initial Jones co-owner of a Buffalo do the lower level employe, em- ger responsibilities? What can 9 J/ -

decline on the government bar, has a valuable collec- Foundation be done to stem severe depres- -
phasizes Menninger
:iealfli Report.Calumet tion of silver dollars a com- president Dr. William sion-touching tens of millionson
Menninger. i
which .J
& Hecla, plete set of every cartwheel the job? How can manage- rLf'AIHP
soared 10 points as the most into ac- minted, except for an 1895 dol- "So general has become the ment best handle the delic ate ) rt Qlti1S Pgirtr-uP, L! --=
tive: stock Tuesday, ran
human problems of succession,
of tension the FIX'PPUNT1P -
'profiL .taking after a vigorous lar.He values it at than recognition on automation which
more $5- management level, that jokesare mergers, :
;start;:losing about 2 points. i
deeply affect workers throughout I
100.Jones told about the one two and
J Early strength by big three kept the collection in a company? Should the !
three-ulcer executive. ....
:_ -
;motors began to melt as Chrysler the safe at his bar, but the recent To cite just a few of the tangi- "creative" employe with unusu- rlsiJo -:- --.,.:---- ----....-,-.. ..
erased a gain and showed the silver al A"t. -. -..
publicity over get special handling 1d -_ i
ble losses directly traceable to .- :' i
.a net Toss approaching a point. dollar shortage prompted him or does he look for as much su- .. I
psychological causes:
IGenerat3totors and Ford clung to take his collection home f or pervision as anyone? -. !. i

--na ow ,t9 the. ::upside. examination one weekend.A Absenteeism, which costs em- Ordinarily, Levinson points

E The Associated Press average couple nights later, bur ployers an estimated $13.6 bil-. out, it takes a couple of days be- ? l LET A".OPEJJ GARBAGE CM KEEP TRASH. CAMS TIGHTLY i i w wCodERED

rof3! : >0- iocks,at noon was up ..1.atmU"i1h' glars broke into the tavern, lion a year in lost wages, fore the executives unwind. But

:- industrials up A wheeled away'the safe and fled alone. In a minimum of hall invariably they become involved WINAS. WITH' AH. TRASH INSIDEI. E ; I
-and-bo1hther rails and utilities with $400 in cash and $400 to the cases, according to Dr. in their studies, invariably volunteer INVIT6 poCS, FLIES, OR ILL .

-unchanged. $500 in ;checks. Jones' silver'Harry Levenson, the Menning' personal case histories : j l

The Dow Jones-Industrial average dollar collection. was safe at t, er Foundation industrial psychi-, and get into illuminating de

:: at noon was up .31 at home. atrist who runs the business-, bates. Each seminar reaches
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20 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, May 13, 1964

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t Ir A SOU VERY 111lNK CRA63 I M f i J q0U, 'RE :AYER

What's your problem For a. general PcRSON?. I'
a "# I the PastAbigail reply, write to Abby Box 3365.
d. n C t I
af Beverly Hills. Calif.. 90212. and ace .,

include a self-addressed stamped en- ;

f I velope. Abby answers all nail. ...,lIkh ...-.. '
( Van Buren #'N".rFLOATING -
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11 you be able to forget. ABOVE LOWER SLOBBOVIA is
DEAR ABBY: What do you do when you finally find out DEAR ABBY: When I was 12 and my brother was 3, our THAT LOOKS LIKE AN ICY CLOUDGIN2BIRD SOMETHING -BUT ITS SOMETHING WORSE-A HAIfW-BREASTED

that what you had suspected deep down in your heart was father died. Our wother married again, and she stayed mar- ,OBJECT ON EARJH THE MOST 1 XH IRRITABLE UNIDENTIFIED FILING. t

true? My sister-in-law telephoned the other day to inform me ried to this man until she died. At the time of her death )

that my husband had an afair about a year ago with a neither my brother nor I could afford to buy her a head

supposedly good friend ot mine. She said she and her husband stone. Now we have the money and want to buy her one, Y, t

had known about it all along. Suddenly, a lot of things but here is the problem: We want our mother's FIRST HUS- d to '

began to fit into place, such as cancelled checks made out BAND'S name on the headstone instead of her second hus-

to strange places, and several unexplained late evenings. band's. After she died, we never saw our stepfather again. 'I

Each time I confront my husband with the accusation, he our family did not care especially for my mother's first hus- .... ,

So ,denied it. I would gladly give him: the benefit of the doubt, band (our real father), or her second husband, so they wantus <

,but there is no doubt. I can't raise four children alone. Do to put her MAIDEN name on the headstone. Since my

'.I I just forgive and forget? brother and I are paying for it, we think we should be able

N Wi.:i...1 i EAR HEARTBROKEN to put what we want on it. What is your opinion? : 1 > 1 o caa..
I : Yes. Obviously your husband WONDERINGDEAR -
i ;wants to forget too, but when you try to sweat a confession WONDERING: It will be YOUR headstone over i iIT

f ) out of him, he can't. Forgive. Truly forgive. Only then will YOUR mother's grave. Put on it what you will. I BEEN FLAVIN'CHECKERS l BEATS ME HOW DON'T WORRY HE'S GOT ATRIAL J
) policy and morality 1n7:050 Ranger Hal '"' o00D MORN1Nt POTTER PLAY CHECKERS ALL JEDGE MORNIN'
1) government by answering 7:50 O News -+ STRANGER!! NIGHT LONG WITHOUT l r

questions from Denison 8:00 O Captain Kangaroo N A WINK OF SUE!! I

\ : Kitchell, general director 8:40 O Americanism vs. Communism taHro I J I II IJ

of the Goldwater for Presi i-

dent Committee, and Mrs. 9:00 O Divorce Court

Emery C. Johnson, direc 9:30 O People Are Funny I J

tor of the Committee's CD Jack La Lanne

women's activities. 9:55 CD Sen. George Smathers + t o

ttjl tI t\I! N 9:00 Q O Espionage Jazz Casual 10:00 CD O O Say News Waldo When Norris

I 10:25 Q CD News

WEDNESDAY EVENING ginian meets an old O Beverly Hillbillies 10:30 O CD Word For Word

5:00 O Gallant Men Drama flame named Savannah, CD Ben Casey Drama O I Love Lucy IAAY 13TH IS .NEW MOON" CONSEQUENTLY WE SEE AND IN THE DEARTH-
who's currently Madden'sgirl "If There Were Dreams to 11:00 O CD Concentration ON EARTH,WHICH MEANS ..EAR'THUCd.rrFROM THE LIGHT"-rrs POSITIVELY
/ 5:25 O Moments in Sports 9:30 O Dick Van ON THE PART OF MOON'SSURFACE WAY WE SEE "MOONLIGHT
O School Desegregation O CD Missing Links AWAY FROM THE MOON UNDER \' .-1
: 5:30 O Newscope (Special) "After 10 years O At Issue O Pete and Gladys FROM I EAJUH. REVERSED CONDITIONS. "

1/ 5:55 O Local News, Weather -the Court and ; the 10:00 O O Eleventh Hour O Eighth Grade Science c

1 And Sports Schools." Attorney general 12:00 O Love of Life ;&iJ'C.

6:00 O News, Sports, Weather Robert F. Keraredy, "This Wonderful Madman O CD First Impression

O Sunshine Almanac Gov. Carl E. Sanders!(D., Calls Me 'Beauty.' A O High School Chemistry

6:15 O Local News Ga.) and NNACP 'executive biochemist learns he has 12:2a O News r 5-13 .:

f] 6:30 O O News Huntley, secretary :Roy a tumor just when he is 12:30 O CD Truth or czI; : 4
)11 I Brinkley Wilkins discuss the cur on the threshold of isolating Consequences / s :

O News Walter rent status of school in- a life-prolonging enzyme O Search for Tomorrow L

Cronkite tegration. Newsmen report and he wants to 12:45 O Guiding Light 0

O The Big Picture desegregation progress postpone an operationuntil O Visiting Spanish
r in Topeka, Little his work is comNeighbors

7:00 O Biography Rock, Nashville, Prince pleted. 12:55
O CD News
After spending his early Edward County (Va.), O Danny Kaye-Variety 1:00 O News / THE CHANGE IN HWV HE'S BEEN A SUCCESSFUL I HEAR HIM COMING OH,NO..THI515N..BUTNOW
life on the family farmin New Orleans and New Rochelle UNBEUEVA&.E.. BUSINESS NIA T DOWN NOW... i-V RIDICULOUS/
11:00 Q O News Weather
I Independence, (N.Y.). Reporters: D (Color) News, O Midday MY FATHER A YEAR JUDGMENT IS FAULTY/ L +
and after a brief turn as Martin z
Agronsky, Mike ,
Sports, Weather 1:05 CD Match Game AGOHEWASTHEmOSTGENTLE
a retail merchant, Harry Wallace, Dan Rather, 11:25 O Movie 1:15 O Focus < ,THE KINDEST;THE d f I
J 11 Truman decided to try Charles Kuralt, Nelson MOST RESERVEDHAN/ _
11 O Elementary Spanish ( YOU COULD MEET t
his hand at Still Iz r
C politics. Benton and Lew Wood. "The Night of Nights." 1:30 O Science I- .r
pictures and newsreel Harry Reasoner is anchor
((1940)) An author-actor CD Ernie Ford oI
film clips document. Truman's man.
goes on a binge prior to O As The World Turns \ !
Jackson years as a judgein O What's NewExperiments the opening of his new 2:00 Q CD Let's Make A Deal I s
County, Mo.,
with ice, play. Pat O'Brien, Oly- O Password
his two terms as a U. S.
water and heat; story of mpe Bradna, Roland 2:25 OfD News I
Senator, his election as
the octopus. Young. 2:30 O House Party 4
Vice President in 1944
11:30 O CD Johnny Carson O CD Doctors j
and his succession 8:00
to O Marketing on the
I (Color) 3:00 O CD Loretta Young I
Presidency on the death Move .
of FDR. Mike Wallace 8:30 O Political Talk THURSDAY O To Tell The Truth 1 I fM PANIC STRICKEN THAT'S NO DON'T WE'VE GOT TO STOP, WHERE 00 I(I I
narrates. Goldwater 6:10 CD Continental Classroom 3:30 B CD You Don't Say wHArs MYSELF WHY DON'T WEIGHT< 7 ALTOGETHER WE ,
O Deputy (Special) This appearanceby American Government .' '.. THE YOU DIETS SIMPLY STUFF
CD Wanted Dead or Alive Sen. Barry GoldwaterR. 6:15 O Edge Of Night ::. ,0 TROU3Lt: Ca4 DIETING
Q Sunshine Almanac 4:00 O Match Game '
I O Sing Hi-Sing Lo ( ., Ariz.) is the first paid 6:30 Q World Civilization O Secret Storm
7:15 O The Friendly Giant political talk made
on na O Pastors
7:30: O CD The Virginian tion-wide TV by a Presi 6:31 O Sunshine Study CD Popeje's Pals :
1:25 O News 'Y rLt
(Color) "No" Tears for dential candidate prior to 6:40 D Living Words 4:30 O Burns and Allen : \ \
Savannah, first in a series the nominating conven 6:45 D Hi
f Neighbor (Color) O Huckleberry Hounds Q
of reruns. While on tion. The Senator airs hi 6:50 O Farm and Home CD Movie

the trail of swindler Gordon views on civil rights, 7:00 Q CD Today "Mother Carey's Chick- Z

a Madden, the Vir- foreign and economicI a News, Weather ens." q

IV y I SMILE! With Art BuclwaldDisneyland igff'' ..pgi.1l. e IHcq

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DANE ...

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VASHINGTON As e.uy- not be taken in by such obvious
an ty. We felt that, if he had us to than reading from a script."
one knows, President Johnson play to win them over, his house, then we would have The President started to -
turned the White House 1 into and we're happy to report tha.t to: have his
family to ours, and speak. He announced he
"Disneyland East" last week only 1,196 out of the 1,200 ac- our wife said she just couldn't
sending Secretary McNamarato .. i
for the benefit of Washingt credited correspondents brought afford to feed
so many Secret Viet Nam after visit '
a to
In of the most their et
reporters. one families to the White Service men. Bonn.
blatant attempts to seduce the House. It shows there is s till : tlaCc
members of the Fourth Estate in But we did go to the White
I the
integrity journalistic
profession House alone to see the show "I'm inclined to think tha L's;
the President tcld reporters he. no matter what the critics "
and a mistake our little f i end
we must it r
would love to have their wives say. say was a mov- said. [ till ll'iIiif/ / WHAT PO THEY V THe M1ERICANSWANT.1 P; RHAPS |MEANWHILE* IN THe JUNGLE MINNIEALtYEE
and children attend his televised ing experience. The kids were "He shouldn't use McNa WE HAVE NOT FIRED WE CANYILLA6E.... THAT SOMEONE
Although we didn't bring our moving during the entire mara as an errand boy. It w ill 1 HAVE EEYEALEP A li STILE SHOT AH-TELL SOMrANF 'AS WANT. US TO 1
press conference. The news-i wife or children to the party, conference.The press make the Vietnamese lose faitl1in BY NOW THE HOT CJiL AIR.: COMAN5. STILL MOSCOW 100KtOL. DRAGGED SOrYJFOLLOW THIS Vfe a
) papermen, suspcious of the our reasons for doing so ARRIVAL OF THE AAANa' UNITS "!>& FOOLS R.SH rr WAS ALL CANYON... TNINO 1IR000H LOJD TRAIL \
1; invitation, vowed they -would:,had nothing to do with integri thing to do if you were The President then went on t-FORTE> INTN'. PUTT* IL BAK of TNE'UT!

RAW WAS DgRR. covering this press conferencewas announce that he was appoint- NATION HA& ET (J"
I 'I I EVASTYE ALAS to six next to a youngsterand big a Maritime Advisory Committee OFF A FULL%-SALE o i'RrDORlENTFD

BIGOTED BATS get his cute impressions of to make a study of our 55u PAWIC NEteHSCZJNS"IN THE:

( t ACROSS 23. Fortune USED h A G R l E the affair. Many reporter fath- shipping problems. ,yr J r. I -

1.Family 25. Common SOS I G N I TI ON ers interviewed their own chil- "That's very constructive," COUNTRY...

If ember 26.gazelle of A D E G I A M T dren, others had their c h i Idren the little fellow commented

I 4. Transportation years Span S- -P A- C- E L o P write their stories, and still oth- "We've been ignoring this problem I

r 7. Sy-PL ;27. Right aw ay C T A 8 A ers made up quotes of things, much too long, and it should
t slink! 30. Food fish LEE LAG A M E hA their children might have said. have been done years ago."
Ridiculous 32. Hying T X I 5 1 A M A i GI Since we didn't have a childof The President then announcedthat CO

I I 14. Root mammal C s E R T O N T I M E our own, we sat next to a there was an increase in

'j'' 15. Constituting .S3 tide, Benedictine D E S K END n E R cute little fellow with a crew the Gross National Product 1

I.+. a whole 34. Some SOLUTION OF YfcSIERDAY'S PUZZLE cut, a tiny bow tie, and candy- and that the rate of return onstockholder's
Ii 16.Jumbled 35.Maas striped linen sports jacket. WELL, T.IAS 1'M SJ2c ;w E51'cClAlly
equity and manufacturing ,,"'"
type 45. Little: Scot. 8.Transact R.0 SHOULD 11.A'Cc R DAD, 51Q 1 I A3CIlt
( name "What do you think of the corporations was 10.1 _=2 ; ;
.; '17. Object of 36. Egypt DOWN 9. Dduded "u TNcMTH1N K 04 KI561NGr
press conference? we asked for 1963 and 11.4 per cent for I NI Er-Ks, SJ G 0 ,
; thought dandng girl 1.Fairy 10.Stage
18. Palm leaf 37.Thus 2. Sultana whisper him."I the last quarter of the year. Ci
I 19.Ballast of a 38.Mass,cape decrees 12.Arrowroot' think it's a good Idea," he "That surprises me," the little G=RVS r

I railroad 39.Mourning S.Inactive 13. Compass replied. "It gives Johnson a guy said. "I thought I had readit Vifj f I
I'' 20. Decade 4. point change of and I he 1
figure Spar pace guess was 11.2, but it's still irnpr l J
t 21.Windmill 40.Sinner 5.You and me 18. Be can make up for all the bad sive." Sv S-I3
6 sail 43. Lady Shawl obli ated22.1'cnt r
19. Infinite beagle publicity. I We were starting to get ne 1
Hamilton 7.Land E J
\, t horseback 44. Reap measure 21. Corroded: "Is there anything particularthat T' \ J. I iI
22. (;r.letter impresses )'ou7""I'm ous.When '
I the President announced I ,
,( I'' /
I I+ t 0
'I 24.Time gone surprised he's using a
Z J f 5 1 8 10 that the total working timelost
I by teleprompter," the little fell o w to strikes in 1963 w ash II LIB

I 1\4 II ll U 25.27.Ingenuity Brain box said. "But I imagine it's better .13 of one per cent, the lowest! ,ill I I111J Iuu IiI -

28.1'uasslonInstrument since World War II, our friend
If IS -0:; rt
Vh 7h Aid For Mail nodded. "A very encouraging -
Ii 17 15 19 29.Biographer figure. It should be good for W.'EUIUTHJ.' WTTI HAI7A-K PLEASE DADDI:, f'ATrI, z WANT You L.Z'D RATHER
30.Hindu Post Office was offered The President continued by Grs. OFFERED HIM A KJPE HOME/ / TKOU6LE. OP YOURS.CORNEciyr y RIGHT C Y'E R TO HAPPENED:
) 2* W 1s ij'/ '"/ social group temporary financial aid by a going into detail on his Latin-aid SEE YOU:
I : 'l/ / 31.12.lIairont'Vast poet SanFrancisco city official. program. He said he planned to
7/.l' Vfi 17 28 29
r/ '/. r forehead Informed that the downtown 'sign several new loan agreements -
i JOJ7 Si t%% it 57 35. Democr Rincon Annex post office branch i and commitment lettersI
i V V 36. Threctslofhs would no longer be open until I I for new South American development -

I 14 95 % 36 midnight weekdays, supervisor, projects. .,

38 39 38.bits Uterar. George Moscone suggested that I Our little friend sighed. "Now r b I .

39.Church the city pay for staffing the post he's lost me. I must say you
4* 41 42. sitting office at nights for a month-or have to listen to an awful lot of C "+ e

- 41.Exist until the federal government before f
43 -W 4ff ij 4S you can get you r
'l..l; 'l./: = 42.Synthetic Straightens out its financial picture taken with the PresIdent -
language problems. these days." \

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Woman's Courage Snares Tormentor OUR 1.j


NtlU j Vl1rk wimtll whose names they found In Therein lies Miss Palter's give him. He'll think twice be- 'oII

By JOHN SIBLEY Marshall's address book. At the dismay. fore he tries that again. .
But She Feels OrdealWasn't ; a ? >
NEW YORK-A 33-year-ol station house, they listened to
"What good will a jail term wjH
career woman who endured sev- Miss Palter's tape recorder. Court observers agree that A, You
do? she asks. "How does this
en months of emotional distress Several said they recognizedthe the sentence was unusually se-
Worth the Pricelike help him, or anybody else? He
to help the police capture a voice; that they, too, had vere for a man with no previous purchase
man 'who tormented her with received obscene calls from needs psychiatric help. Nowhe'll police record. But Miss Palter
obscene telephone calls is "Ron." just sit in jail for 90 days finds small comfort in the fact.
convinced and then out and do it all
that her ordeal was that, "we go all-out. They'- seven months to the day after come Paid Advertising e* .of.a
wasted. re really rare diamonds in her first phone call from In Marshall's apartment at over again. .

Miss Gloria Palter, a free- the rough." "Ron." As Marshall stepped in-. 106 Charles Street the police Judge Glowa, in response to fln ;! iniiendii
lance public relations consultant to her apartment Detective. found a loaded .32 caliber automatic Miss Palter's complaint, said: jfcoi
earned the gratitude and Miss At the Palter detective's suggestion, Morrissey placed him under ar. pistol. Marshall told "Ninety days for a first of- r '
respect of law enforcement officials arranged a date them he had bought it a few fender-I really belted him. I 0
with "Ron" the next time he "
weeks before from
rest.At a man in
think that's better medicationthan
and the admiration of
a called. .
first, arshall protested in- a bar. ei
judge. The offender is now serv: any psychiatrist
ing a 90-day jail term. "What an actress I was," nocence.however, and He at soon his confessed arraign-, On April 21, Criminal Court, I

r But Miss Palter insists this she recalls. "I had to string ment formally admitted that he: Judge Ludwig C. Glowa sentenced ? Auto Insurance Problems ? :
will do no good; that for his him along, pretending I enjoyed was "Ron," the obscene tele- Marshall to 90 days in j i I AMPLE HOUS
CALL 372-1433
sake and society's the man his line. Her date was arranged -phone caller.Meanwhile. jail on the obscene telephone I _
should have been committed for for a Saturday in Wr.sh- charge, and 30 days on the gun Haythorne Insurance Agency __

psychiatric treatment.She ington Square. the police called charge. The terms run concur- WE INSURE EVERYBODY I _
told the New York Times in a number of young women rently.
expect him to show,
her story after
reading accountsof
Detective Morrissey counseled."He .
crimes that
were committed
be there somewhere
may ,
in the presence of citizens who
watching to see whether
I f1; failed to raise a hand. came. But I doubt if he'll you ap
If it were to happen again, "
,; she declared, she too would "rel' proach you.

fuse to become involved." She The prediction proved true.i With Value St

l' says she would take the attitude Miss Palter arrived at the ap- Top can.

of the 38 Queens residents whor pointed time, with the detec-! mps..you
tive But "Ron"
watched in horror but did< nearby. stood
nothing while Catherine Genovese her up.Weeks.

r was stabbed to death on passed and the calls
. March 14. continued. Miss Palter borrowed -
Miss Palter's story begins at a tape recorder and recorded -

I midday_ last Aug. 4-a Sunday the calls. n4
,I -when the telephone rang in "My friends got to know that
I her apartment in the Gramercy when they called me they'd F

Park area. A man's voice pur- have to wait while the phone
red obscenity, making personal rang four times. That was to

.. references to her. let the recorder warm up," ,
Tears welling, Miss Palter de- she says. ijt1S ..
I manded angrily, "Who are In February Miss Palter received :7
you? Who are you?" a phone call from

f The caller would say only James Marshall, a professional
that his name was "Ron." She photographer she had met

hung up, trembling with out- once on business about a year .M

rage. earlier. ,.9tik
Three weeks later "Ron" tele- "Hi Gloria, this is Jim Mar ir

phoned again. Sickened by his shallhe began. .
talk of "What I'd like to do to Miss Palter was stunned. The i.ia
you," she nevertheless kept him voice was boyish, exuberant. *1r

in conversation, hoping he But it was unmistakably that of
would inadvertently give away the man who called as "Ron." :

his identity. Marshall said he wanted to .. .
After that the calls became see her. She took his phone

more frequent, and at all hours. number and promised to call
Sometimes "Ron" would call at back. Immediately she telephoned -

3 a.m., sometimes at noon. Detective Morrissey, ,
ay y p7 ,
I Miss Palter finally telephoned who rushed to her appartment t
her local police precinctand and listened in while she call .
detective Walter B. Morrissey ed Marshall back. Morrissey
was assigned to the case. agreed' that Marshall and "Ron" :

Morrissey, a 41-year-old police- were the same man.
man who has been on the force At Morrissey's request, the :4
since his discharge as an Army telephone company attached a t
Air Corps captain in 1946, acknowledges -device to Marshall's telephone
today that he was line that recorded the times his
skeptical at first of Miss Palt- phone was in use and the num-
I er's story. But the detectivesoon I hers he called. It soon showed

became persuaded of her that Marshall was calling Miss :: '.
sincerity."I Palter's number at exactly the :

tried to tell her there was times she was getting calls
almost no chance of catchingthis from "Ron."
bum. I said that for her Now the police were ready.
own peace of mind the best They told Miss Palter to invite
thing would be to change her Marshall to her apartment, and
phone number. But she was determined -she made the date. x
to get the guy." Marshall rang her doorbellon

"When we get a complaint the evening of March 4,

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II' Florida to Join Battle ya,r

I I'' On Yellow Fever MosquitoFlorida ..

... brighten a room. Shed light on any subject with Top Value Stamps. Choose a lamp from :
Board of Health will The Cabinet took under studya
carry out an eradication program request by a new, non-profit over 50 styles and kinds. Or use your stamps for a dad-type chair (for a you-type table!) :

organization Sunshine State
against yellow fever mosQuitoes
Senior Citizens Club Inc., of
as part of a western for of the land .
Hollywood, some : -
hemisphere attempt to wipe out of the state hospital at Holly : .. : ri ; :
the pest. wood for use as the site of a
geriatrics hospital.
Yellow fever no longer is a
major disease in this countrybut
remains as a danger in Old Buddy

some South American countries.
They and the United States will That Wasn't
participate in the international

; eradication effort, SEDALIA, Mo. (AP) Wil- ,
i>> The State Cabinet, in its week- Ham D. Hill, news editor of the

\ ly meeting, approved a budgetfor I''Sedalia Democrat, received a

< the board to follow in performing I telephone call from Rome, ....:.. .....
the work for the federal r
t1 government. Italy. ,. '.' ..... .
J; The caller identified himselfin .
The department will hire 325 B .J, ;: ; : I,6.j4
broken English as an old war ;
of them to
i persons-most operate E
buddy and began rattling off
\ spraying machines-for the the good and hard times I i w *
operation. The costs will be paid' they : k ot
had during the
from a $303,737 federal grant J
and the Cabinet was told that I Hill had a hard time cutting :

Florida would not have to pay in, but finally told the caller: ,$1 ii'

any of the costs.CERTIFICATE ._ "You must have the wrong .."'. .... ., '.
Of CORPORATE number, because I wasn't in the
DISSOLUTION Army in World War II."
FLORIDA "But you are William Hill,
SHALL TO ALL COME.TO WHOM GREETINGS THESE: PRESENTS aren't you?" the caller insisted. i
Whereas, LAMARp W HIT I N G.
FRED J. HOFFE GAINrSVI: L l E. "Yes, but there are- at least !
FLORIDA GAINESVILLE. three other William Hills in ,. ; :
FLORIDA Sedalia, and heaven only knows

ARLENE FLORIDA:Kid on the H.JOth WHITING.day of May.GAINESVILLE.AD. 1963' how States.many" others in the United cuddle- a baby.: Stork-wise Top Value Stamps ... do something_special' for you! Hair-dryer or _Top Value Stamps are your private "nest egg._"

cause of the to State be incorporated of Florida ALLIED under heELEC- !let fas*1 eat, sleep, play without budget pains. whatever, Top Value says, "You deserve it." Yours to spend for America's finest gifts. .:
corporation: with i sO princ'pal Place of
COUNTY, In the State of Florida.the and Thus ended a long, long-dis
such corporation Ttn
whereas tance call.
day of May. A.D. 1964. cause to be filed
In the off'ce! of the Secretary of State of
the authority State required of Florida( under the Section documentary C8.:7..
Florida Statutes showing the dissolution and Value
Top Stamps
If such corporation.Now only )
does ,hereby therefore certify, the Secretary to the foregoingand of State ... 1
that he I* satisfied that the complied :
ments of the law have been
withIN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have si ,
hereunto set my hand and have af- tIb satisfaction !
I ..o/hued Florida the ,Great at Tallahassee Seal ef the the State Capital guarantees your i .
t this 't/b/SEVENTH day ef
.-MAY A.DF hs .
a" w
ilt .
(n44)- Secretary 1:1) of State D d STO -xii .,....

(Seal) (1.-4 Toe VAU[ KNTCMMiHs. INC. 1.YO1 CKI l get tatttrgifts rflW8I'stampslnYWbarl 2.You must be satrsflecUlOOX };:
MA- .

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McNamara I '

W In Ends Viet Talks Nam wfli Top Value Stamps .

.. SAIGON, South Viet Nam T y TOP ? : -
(AP-Defense Secretary Rob-
ert S. McNamara held a final
round of talks with U.S. military .
officials in Saigon today I.
under heavy guard. .

Before leaving by plane for
. Washington, -"-
McNamara was v. t".2':
also to meet with Maj. Gen
Nguyen Khanh,
South Viet '
Nam's strongman premier, to they re your
review the general military, political 1. You Can'tget
and economic situation in D $TO bettergifts ,
the Communist-beset country.No private"nest for __
.a s
I::' .a
Important fewer
new recommendations stamps
on the war against the .
Communist Viet Cong were ex- : T.b% %c4 I
pected from McNamara's
2. You must be ,
hour visit, an aide to the secre- P J
tary said. k s satisfied

McNamara followed up his ___1 100% You can cuddle a baby .
last visit, two months ago, with
wide-ranging recommendationsfor T __ '1 Wli'tlt...Ji1i:. )11
increased U.S. aid and more

American necessary. combat advisers, if Sunnyland Small Gov Inspected Tender Hickory

This trip was described as Z= ai

mainly to update McNamara on ke d H AM
months.progress made in the past two a m o

McNamara and Gen. MaxwellD.
Taylor, chairman of the 4 -
Joint Chiefs of Staff, met this Butt Half. Lb. 45*
morning with Gen. Paul D.
Harkins, commander of U.S.
forces in South Viet Nam, and
Lt Gen. William C. Westmore- FULL HALF HAM Shank ]
land, who replaces Harkins -, I chore
r -&' F = Center
Aug. 1.American
and Vietnamese security Half
I officials maintained a 1 1LB.
state of alert declared several '&
days ago.
:,A ring of armed U.S. soldiers i ;
stood guard Tuesday around a .
sports club's swimming pool .
where McNamara, U.S. Am
bassador Henry Cabot Lodgeand y ?< ;
Lodge's wife took a dip. 1

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df. .
A ,
Won't Push 4 .. Gr.. "A-' ;
.. Gr. "A" Dr. 8, Dr. .4 Medium"w

Baker Probe Ii EEE SAtE StewingHEN ,F rresh FI o.T6" .

Into Senate :


man B. Everett Jordan, D-N.C.,
dismissed today as "the height e FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteak II r4 .::
of demagoguery" a request that
his Senate Rules Committee in- r 3 lIii1 --

ators vestigate The with request the Bobby relations was Baker.made of sen-by St ea k lb. 79. LB. 19? ." \,,:;.k;.. DOZ. $1*:!!'II' --

Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-NJ., in & .. ',,=.x F 10.P1NEBREEZ AU .
urging the committee to "get to SIRLOIN 7 !_ SMAll ..JL.I. 4
the bottom" of the Baker case F -
and not treat members of the .-- t J'fi:3:':=/ ljf: Bm3 ,

Senate After as Baker"a privileged had resigned class.under 1 lb. 88,: ....

fire last Oct 7 as secretaryto ,
the Senate's Democratic ma-

jority, the committee launched + BEEF PLATE REG. 39* COPELAND DINNER 50 EXTRA STAMPS with Tomow Wh. Hog SAVE 5-2/3( ea. Thrifty Maid Bartlett i

outside an investigation business of dealings whether had his a Franks_ . Lb. 43' Sausage Lb. 69\ Pears 3 Na.Cons'i'2%: $ :
conflicted with his official duties Stew 19 I i
involved other r lb. REG. 45f SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK 50 EXTRA STAMPS with Ga. Brand Brick SAVE 8( ea. THRIFTY MAID PURPLT
or impropri- 39 59'* Plums 4 *&* '$'J
eties. Sausage = Lb. Sausage Lb. .
Baker, who built up a fortunehe
estimated at more than $2 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF GROUND HORMEL READY TO SPicnics CANNED 25 EXTRA STAMPS with Cook Quik VeolGutletS SAVE 4'/2: ea THRIFTY MAlp -
million while on the Senate pay 3 Lb, 1"1 Lb. 79' Gut Beets 303.10 d
invokedhis E Can Breaded Can
roll at $19,600 a year Ib

tion against and refused possible to self answer-incriinina-ques- ee pkg. Biscuits i 4 can.39* Wieners 69 Swt. Peas 2c3n3 25*

tions when called as a witness. .'., 50 EXTRA STAMPS Swift's Br'n & Serv. 25 EXTRA STAMPS with Superbrond Cott. SAVE 4$ ea. Thrifty Moid P'apple-Gr'fruit
At a hearing Tuesday of the .. !Y2-Lb. Lb. 46-oi.
Rules Committee, thrown opento ;< "'", Sausage Pk g. 53 Cheese 2 Cup 55fP. G. Drink 4 Cans $1!.
the public at the last minute,
Case urged that each senator be
asked if he ever had had any .Ji]" : : ''. '. ]-w-'m', n [ : .'. rn-[[:: :: :_ ..JI
business or financial dealings t
with Baker or had received 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1
campaign contributions or anything 1 11 1 1
else of value from him. 1 1 3., ,r 1 1 1 1
"No investigation of Bobby
Baker can have any real mean-, !
Ing without an investigation of
the relations of members of the
Senate with Bobby Baker," Case lofqef'S .. ;
said at the stormy hearing.In 1 1 / 1, 1, IS ,, j' t, 1, CEP 1
an interview later, Jordan 1 r Y 1 t SpUTH.
said "I think it would be an in- I'-. I
suIt to senators" for the Rules ""k +Wir
ire 1 1 S / 1 Ni: 1 1 f t
Committee to ask them the
1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 I
He said Case's testimony had 1 1 1 t
amounted to "a blanket indict- 1 i or ALE COFFEE i COFFEE i MAYONNAISE i MAYONNAISE :

ment"the Senate of all"at of the least members by intima of Save 30 Giant Box Save 200 Giant Box Save 26?! 6-Pack Save 24t 1-Lb. Can Save 24tf 1-Lb. Can Save lOg Quart 1

Information tion.Jordan" said indicating that if Case any has 49 1 1 1 39 ,1 1 69' ,,1 4959 ? 1 1 1 3t9c? 1 1 1 1 i

wrongdoing by senators, "let 1 1 1 1 1
him submit it to the committee, Limit 1 with $5.order or more I Limit 1 with $5.order or more i Limit 2 with $5. ord. or more i Limit 1 with $5.order or more i Limit 1 with $5.order or more I Limit 1 with $5.order or more i Compote Quality end Price ;

and we'll look into it." ... _. _
... .
Jordan indicated that the com- ; .. ,', ': A : 4 _: -. ':- : :__' '- :: : =-=: ,' =. :i..::< = -= :: _::'- ___"," : Jt fl f 1 .-: 7.*: '' _:_ ""_ 'u : i...:'. ,. -, "/L; .:.::_'. .- .; .' .AL'1 i
mittee is unlikely to recommendthat
Baker be cited for contemptof \
Congress punishable by a SMALL VELBeauty REGULAR SIZE PINK 12-z. 35< :
$1,000 fine and a year in jail, be- Bar 2 21 f/ Vel "
2 39fPalmolive
cause of his refusal to answer Bars Bars Liquid 22**.
questions or surrender subpoe- TOP TH SIZE CASHMEREBouquet BATH SIZE DETERGENT .

naed records. VALUE 2. Bars 31 I tf. PalmoliveLAUNDRY 2- Bars 31't I Giant Ad j Box 7.9 i.: t


.. ,.. 2 Bars 21 Octagon 2 Bars 21 Large Vel ... Sax 331 i ii

ij i
'* No wonder
Louis Seafare shrimp j

they tastes cook do so their it goooMhey just chicken like 14 =4wa4iLa flpgLJ ; '1ki EA1r +F k,

Call them: FR2 6311
209 North West T3th St.

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I I. .. .. .., t 1, .. \ \ Wednesday, May 13, 1964s Gainesville Sun 23 I

\ *
.. "J' ,. Holley Asks:

you can brighten your home Tax Action


publican guvernatorial candidate -

Iti Charles Holley of St.

; Petersburg said Tuesday that

Democratic candidates were

taking no action over a severance
c wr' .;1 1F
cx ITiF tax on timber and miner
I said no severance t1l x

f batirLLrk should be proposed without probing
41 S the facts about the cowvti-
; Ith'
: tion of the taxed product in the

: market. The Democrats, he said
.. z,1 are shadow-boxing.

:.eIt ............ "The opposition to a severance:
:" tax on phosphate Is not confined *

to management," he s'd'

"A Polk County phosphate labor -

/liven union passed a resolution opposing -
ae can a party
you/ the tax. It is feared thatit
you can do something QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED could result in production cats
and a sharp increase in unemployment -
nice for yourself WINH.DIXI&8To.n.IHG.-COPTltI.HT- Imposition of the tax "wouldbe

I.i GIFT FOR MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY another costly step back

ward" if Florida phosphate lost
_. --.-- ,, .. D. # 1" its of
II -< --.t..J t'{ ,n.. I .n. ; .rr-r ;;: ;: i .r } W 'U. I price advantage because
L_ = < N 'fi ,J
Regular 6.96 the tax, causing a sales nose

,I SAMSONITEFolding a FRESH CRISP JUMBO dive, he said.
i : :
: '
i Table "The Division of Plant Industry. Staid

:o Celery 2 29 )jJ' Department receive Seagle Building sealed of bids,Agriculture.Gainesville.for 6.000 gallons Florida Room,Dow-will SIll

\ fume W-i Soilfume IS. or equivalent
J packed: in 30 gallon drums only not later .
1 U. S. NO. BAKING POTATOESRussets 5 .>< than 11:00 AM. Wednesday. May Mr
964. Material to be delivers and unloaded -
at our Winter Haven office.
ir" ; sI Accountant
(3329) 5:6,13

I/ r .

; r Onions 5 39U. V.BAG a Sweet CORN the"business 5TH undersigned AVENUE under the PACKAGE desiring fictitious to STORE"name engage, at of tir

the corner of N. W. 5th Avenue and
N. W. 6th Street. In the City of Galnes*
yule, Florida Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
& .1 Court of Alachua County. Florida.


z Secretary -
I With $25. worth (3321) 5:6. 13. 20. 27

e of Register iVALUE 74104 : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN
} STAMPSHIACRES ? IN RE. Estate of ?

f Deceased
creditors of the Estate of JENNIE
fI J M. GRISMORE Deceased are hereby
notified and required to file any claim or
CLIP THESE COUPONS demands which they have against
I i18, said Estate in the Office: of the County
( .. I 50 Extra Top Value Stamps Courthouse Judge of Alachua at Gainesville County. Florida Florida, In withIn the*
n 350 EXTRA six (6) calendar months from the date
of the first publication of this notice.
Each: claim or demand must be In writIng
I # xr = Flounder FilletsGOOD and must state the place of rest
tr dence and post office address of sic
OrangeJUICE STAMPS THRU MAY 17rn claimant: and must be sworn to by ,the
claimant: his agent, or his attorney
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE or it will become void according: to

Parkay Oleo u.27* 34 law. -.- Fred Grismore
I \ Fred Grisrrore. as Admiqjs
trator. Grismore of the Deceased.Estate of JennieM.

(3298)-4:29; 6U.2Q ______
51 Extra Top Value I SUupi 56 Extra T opV 1 TO WHOM I. 1 .f IN:
a s
FROZEN FOOD uePURCHASE You are hereby notified that the following >
( II WITH THIS COUPOM AND PURCHi OF WITH THIS COUPON Of ; mcior'a.; : i. / Chevrolet .f
4dr Sdn C59AW913 will te sold .t pu"'esale
.. 6-0 $ PKGS. FROZEN TROPICANNA ORAN.E OR Two 1'/i-LB. PKS.C FARLEY at 10:00 A.M. o'clock on the 2iM
% day of May 1964, at li/l Norin I .it
'CAN.S 9 9 F W REG. 49* THRIFTY MAID ALL FLAVORS rrn MnC Bars Candy Orange Slices the St., sale Gainesville.will be Florida.applied The to the proceeds paymentof : of

HALF G0 a TNU MAY iJTM GOOD THRU MAT 17TH the cost of retaking, sS-ri-wi: and s-le
GAS of said motor vehicle and the cost of
I Ice Milk 2 79, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE publication of police of s-'e r".1en
CTNS. 31 33 to the satisfaction of the balance due un
't FROZEN CONCENTRATE der the contract: with R. L. Edwards

6V }MORTON ALL FLAVORS' covering 1007 SE the 2nd financing Ave.. Gainesville said motor Florida vehicle.

Any surplus will be paid to you.
r., 9 and you will remain liable for rny balance
4f. 1t Cr. PiesI 79" remaining unpaid under said con
,p .. M Extra To iVaktSta psWTTH 51 Extra Top Value Stamps tract.Dated ASSOCIATES this 1st day DISCOUNT of May 1964. -

Fly! Lot. SANS FROZEN MINUTE MAID ONE !t oz. PK. CRACKIN' GOOD Gainesville, Florida

i Peanuts. 3 1 LL;' 1. 3 1 O'0L 1. Rolls 59 I GOOD TNRU MAY 17TH GOOD THRU MAT 17TH JUDGE, ALACHUA COUNTY FLORI.DA .
Pkgs. Spinach Pk 9s: . Pks. AT ANY WINN-D1XtL AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,RE IN: Estate PROBATE.IN of .

GUY PAYTON, Deceased.TO .

Bread 2 '-Lb. 33* G P 3 10-oz. $1 Rolls 49REG / AGAINST HAVING CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR :DEMANDS
r. eas
Lvs Pkgs. Pk g. You end each cf you. are hereby nofU
fled and re-r4 *, -er.t en* cl"'r-,
.. _, ..
12-ct. 39. Corn 3 10-oz. $1 2 Lb. $79 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 50 Extra Top Value Stamps >GUY I. may PAYTON n-.4 deceased t I 5':.c cf f.W of

Cremes . Pkgs. Shrimp Pkg. County td the County Judge: of Alachva:
court: house Of said County at Gained
303 10-oz. Family' Astor ,Green Peas Crest Tooth Paste months from the time of the first publication -
Peas 2 25'/ Broccoli. 39'P.es 2 QQ of this notice.: Each: claim of
Cans Pkg. size oa demand shall be In writing. and shall
GooD THRU MAT 17TM GOOD THRU MAT 17TH state the place: of residence and post

RANDALL'S CHICKEN & MORTON FROZEN MORTON FROZEN MACARONI AND AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE office be sworn address to by of the the claimant claimant,his and agent shall,,
r Lb. 18-ct.: Family 33 37 his attorney, and any such claim or
N 80 dl es. 3 99 Donuts 3 $1 Cheese 39 demand not so filed shall be void.
As administrator. the Estate of.
GUY PAYTON deceased
First publication April 22. 1944.

:, im .: Il nr 1.s} _{Jf:' ] .J& (3280)Notice 4:22.of Application 29; 5:6. 13 tar Tax Deed

Sec. 194.14 F.S.
1 I 1 1 1 I
Thos. O. Jayne G. Neff the holder of
1 1 1 t
ORDER FREE the following certificates has filed std
1 I 1 1 certificates for a tax deed to be issue
FQtM( $ 1
Official LittK."
t I J 1 s 1i thereon. The certificate numbers and
1 a iN THIS 1 years of Issuance the description of,
I I STORE League Baseball J I I I the property.. and the names in which
1 '" z' w' t I 1 1 1 1 it was assessed are as follows:
1 I 1 1 1 1 Certificate No. 327.
1 K 1 1 1 1 Year of Issuance 1961.
1 s I 1 1JjMi4IEF 1 1 1 Description of Property Lot 5 & Stof
1 1 1 1 1 1 Lot 6 Bk, 1 Parrish SoD PB A107.
Name In which assessed Hugh ft Et
1 4 v. 1 1 1 1 1 la Drummond.All .
1 f 1 1 STEW 1 iaD/i 1 1 of said property being In the
1 I 1 1 1 1 County of Alachua State of Florida.
1 ;.. 1 1 ttaYta Unless such certificate or certificates
y Gq I I I I 1 1 shall be redeemed according to law
1 i 1 1 1 1 the property described In such eertWU. '
1 I 1 1 1 1 cafe er certificates will be sold to the
1 L 1 Sta1c 1 1 1 1 highest bidder at the court house door
I 1 1 1. 1 on the first Monday In Month of June,
1 1 1 1 1 1964 which Is the 1st day of June, 1964.
( 1 1 1 1 1 1I Dated this 2d day of May 1944.


WESSON OIL i TOMATOES I Star-Kist Tuna \ BEEF STEW 1 1 1 1 Golden Corn 1 I I PRESERVES 1I 1 1 SOFT DRINKS (3323)NOTICE 5:6,Alachua 13.OF 20 APPLICATION, 27 County, Florida FOR 6

Save" 2k 48-oz. I, Save 3Y2 303 can 1 I Save 10* Chunk Style J ; Save 303 cans 1, Save lOjf 24-oz. 1, Regular or Low Sec.TAX 194.14 DEED F.S. -.,_

1 1I I 1 1 1 $ Thos.NOTICE O. ft IS Jayne HEREBY G. Neff GIVEN the holderof that,
1I I ; ; 1 ; ;: 1 1I the following certificates has filed.)

48' 1 N sl sa39n 2-29* I CANS ariA and said years certificates thereon.of Issuance The for a certificate tax the deed description number to be ,Issued .

1 1( i j / I the property, and the names In which It....
1 I 1 was assessed are as follows:
i Limit 3 with ord. i Details of Free Baseball iI For Fast : Whole Ktmal Cream Great Sandwiches j No .throw Certificate No. 314 Year of Issuance mf
Great Wlnn-Dixl Bargain $5. or more at Store Tasty Meals or Style on Toast. on deposit away cans Description of Property Lot II: Bk 9 Rtf
1 less N 140 ft of E 60 ft ft less.Jr.
I 70 ft of E 75 ft Roper Add DB J-'M

.. '*', ,..' ,-,'__ _' -__ : _v, ., p.' -,'_ .__ ._ ._.__-_'.-. .... .. Name All of In said which property assessed being Abner In the Jones County
of Alachua State of Florida
Unless such certificate or certificate,
shall be redeemed according to law mar'
LARGE FAB 33* IJ-O<. LIQUID AJAX CLEANSER 39< AJAX LAUNDRY property described In such certified or.

79* 69" 33 certificates bidder at the will court be sold house to door the JlIg'on 12 K

Giant Fab Box Liquid Ajax 28-oz. Detergent tge. first Monday in Month of June 1964.1964'*,
which Is the 1st day of June.


69* Giant 2 49 i 41 VALUE Clerk County of, Florida Circuit Court of Aiachur
Soaky Ajax ACtlOn': I
.io-or. For Reg. Size (3322) : 13, 20. V **

Cleaner .29* Baggies 1125-0.43* ActiOn. 79* IDA.IN RE IN: THE PROBATE.ESTATE OF ,y f?
Ajax v i

Notice Is hereby given that I *.
1 filed! my final returns as Admlnl.ce'trlx
of the Estate of James Arthur .*
deceased that I have filed -.,
Good To Donald ;
I For Things 'w t petition apply for tomthe discharge Honorable, H.and H.th Jet*Twill

Donald. County Judge of Alaen 'V
County. Florida, on the 29th day _*&
roI May 1964, for approval of the sam
and for final discharge as AdminJsfra*
trlx of the Estate of James Arthur MA
eased. _
DATED this Jill day of May. A. D_

As Administratrix( of the Estate
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.' 1 Emmy Awards Are Dealt Near-Fatal Blow ORIY-IN" iNfATRI I LAST BOTH:2 LATE TIMESISEE AS 9:10

.., ;.nn H,w io/,.Hood Kt.M FR asmL OPEN 7:00 S SHOW.7;)
7 N rw jerk Qhuts: 'cedures of the Academy of Tele- The academy's problem has ble categories designed to the academy often were paid by or too many categories. In either -
1 I'vision Arts and Sciences. The I been its failure to make a con- spread the approval around. a member's employer, the privacy -I case, the academy has asked
ByJA' GOULD And since in television life begins of the ballot has been less for votes between' dislikes with
I ;:NEW YORK Emmy all but Emmy prizes probably would cession that an anonymous official with a Nielsen rating it than an enshrined institution. consistent regularity.
died Tuesday night. The have been abandoned long be-( of the Roman Catholic was only common sense to The large employer has had an
of,ostensible achievement symbol in tel fore this except for a humiliation (Legion of Decency Asked why did so the m le-e recognize that praise begins at automatic jump on the smaller .'*..........*'. GOLIATH 5. 'p D
years ago. .
evision only what greater than winning o ne: home. concern. %
got was coming ,
gion did not grade TV shows as -* S1NSoFBABYI
to her when Fred W. Friendly not winning one. it did full length motion pic- Block voting has taken sever- Emmy nominations have beena K @d 1lukcx'I
source of amusement and ,
the articulate maverick of puz- Q
al forms. One form has pittedthe
tures, he quipped: "T her e H N
the Columbia With the American Broadcasting zlement for years, chiefly be-
Broadcasting Sys aren't enough Catholics to do champions of TV producedin R. .mI..a.1r e+r .
Company later disowningthe cause the a cad e has been '. \IICOLORSCOPE
tern's division, my
news .
suggestedthat the East against the Western '.. '
: the looking. .. .. WhCNNISCOPE
I her virtue had been taped Emmys and the entertain bullet caught in the crossfire of com .COLOR
producing contingent. By
I ment division of C.B.S. leaningthe plaints that it had either too few 214 NW 13th FR 6-6472 I
in advance.
Yet the academy has fearlessly ;
voting for a given New York- Also in Ocala .f pS
same the Nation a I '2 i6S1
way presumed to the conceit,.made show,the easterners could I
The mat t e r of the fiercely Broadcasting Company could be the best hundreds ..... 65e
of picking among with win- OneFull Pound up
come one or more
competitive Tindustry giving the lonesome network in carrying of different programs that up Western workedin ...... 85c up
( prizes to itself has been a run- the Emmy Awards' tele. human could i b 1 ners. strategy KC Sirloin '
no one poss y like
; ning trade joke for years. The cast on May 25. Its consolation,. watch. Since the impossibility of iLUNCH "Meet
Since it never has been a secret -
4 of
president C.B.S. News earned however, could be tremendously HOUSE
the task was apparent to TV em- that membershp fees in Steak $195
f i I a nonaward for finally putti n g soothing perhaps the big ployes they agreeably w ent :J UNIVERSITY
.fi,> the blast_to the ridiculous pro- gest rating of the year! along with the folly of incredi- I Goldwaterll
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f TALLAHASSEE (AP-Elliott Ormandy Director
Roosevelt of Miami Beach said
Channelsponsored 4
1 that if elected Florida Democratic
t Wednesday May 20
J( National Committeemanhe ,
would act as liaison between:
the party and Congress for the: 2nd Feature 8:30
;., good of the state. I 8:15 P.M.All p. m.

i: He held a news conference .,uin solos Seats $2.06 tax incl.
Tuesday saying that the current by
I MrHOB88TsKEBa Mail orders taken. Send checks to

,I state committeewoman national committeemanand were not Lyceum Council, University of Florida. FLORIDA YOUTH
doing a good job for Florida.He t4 JONFaBIAN
Tickets will be held at the.door.
is one of 13 persons seek- o. smsr I
11 4 1 CC.a11 awn ,IJ
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Longs 12th Big Ones! I Royal Crown Cola]I SIRLOIN STEAK . .L8. 89


1:00, 3:05 CARTON SERVES 18

5:10, 7:18 HAMS Armour Star Or Swift's 3 $229

;; Long's Cafeteria Is Celebrating ->.. :.w 9:26 16-OZ. 29 Prem. Canned . . . Lb.

Their 12th Anniversary! ..,(':><"::.: 1Tt1JI ; 6 BOTTLES fLU DEPOSIT FRYERS[ DELL'S 29

... i Whole . . . . . LB.

.. Gainesville's FIRST To First Have Air-Conditioned Off-Street Parking Cafeteria! I k t ;:.::;;:: > WESSON FLAGRADEA HENS BAKING-Swilt'Prem.ar 39

u I 12 Years OF Continuous MAY SPECIALS Service by Palmer! &Reg.Sue Long(Ann.OwnersMONTH Spec. : Armour Star . . . . . LB.

,Jumbo Breaded Shrimp . 85c 65c = EGGS
Picnic Shoulder 29
OIL Copeland Cello
Roths Black Hawk Round of
t., ..... Wrapped LB.
: Beef Au Jus .... . .......... 75c 65e :;: ".of'.w Large
: !
: Broiled Spanish Mackerel..... 58c 45e .>.:' \. 38-oz. BACON LYKES'-PALM RIVER 45
: Roast Turkey & Dressinq with Bottle I 49C SLICED . . .. . .. LB. .
Cranberry Sauce & Giblet Doz. 45'SOFT
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Gravy....... ". ........ ... 60c 50c RDllln FRANKS Any Brand 12-Oz. Pkg. 3 FOR 1.00
DeH's Golden Brown

t Fried Chicken ........ . 55c 50c RUSSIA CABOT WEAVETOILET
1 Broiled Chicken & Yellow Rice SOc 65c WITH FRESH GROUND BEEFfeaQuick. .. .. . .3 LBS. ..19GREEN

I Shrmin Combination

Cold' Plate ............ 1 '*:: RCe I.eVE CHARCOALTiSSUE -
I'I, Combination S ''t,1 Plotc ... l.Q Tc WmttKMiUt l -R '

Fruit Salad Cold Plate .......... 75c 60c ,
20 Lb. (
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Gainesville's Largest Window Air Conditioner DealerPreSeason I %

[, ALUMINUM UTILITY BEANS French StyleChopped . 2 for 49

POTS 2.99

/rS.' SaleBEAT each BROCCOLI, 10.Or. 2. 45*!

and ONLY Authorized Fedders Air Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville.We Sugar
Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners- HENDERSON'S *
a first class unit with good prices. SPINACH I Chopped er Leaf 10.0zfor
COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. 1-LB.WITH 59' $5.00 ORDER
$5.00 ORDER OR MORE C ".
We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. OR MORE 49 MEAT PIES Winter Garden 5 For89,
WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL 5 Lbs. Beef.Tukey.Chicken

All units ore FlusH NEMA Cools Moisture Delivered
Mounted. BTU Sq. Removal Price
Rating Amps Volts Ft. pts.hr. of Unit
Controlled Thermostat 4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88 PLeJtahi
5,000 8 115 290 1.7 128.97 l
I 2-3 Speed Fan
Slide-out Chassis 6,200 7i 115 375 I.R 152.50
10,000 12 230 610 2.75 181.97
All Certified NEMA 14,000 12 230 875 4.6 199.97 *

CN-1 Rated. 15,000 11.6 2aO 920 4 215.00 SQUASH Fancy Yellow .. 2 "'. 29 ; !
Prices include: 16,500 13.5 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 \ I II
Delivery, I-Year 17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00
Service Labor and on 5 Parts Years& 19,000 13.u 230 ,,,60 5.3 263.97 I 6 o.25 ; I It
Warranty on Sealed 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75 t CUCUMBERS Fancy .
Refrigeration Systems.GAINESVILLE'S 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50 I.

PEAS Fresh ..Z Lbr.. for WILLIAM

I Double Hung or Jalousie Window $7.50 Casement Window or thru Wall $22.50 TOMATOES19< I/


C I We Sell and Install CARROTS cek ,2 Pkgs. 19c II IIII

Conditioningand CentralAir (- B Bohannon r Jr \t AND STORES NEWBERRY.ROAD: 8 N.W.16th- AVE. II

Heating Including all ductwork LEMONS Large Sunkist< .. . .Du29
Call us tor frte estimates.
9 : I S.E. 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR'2-9561

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Egg Market 33 LOTS FOR SALE

NICELY wooded residential lot.

--. _JACKSONVILLE,1 ) (AP) -The : WANT-AD RATES 330x300 on paved road NW of
town approximately 3Vt m I les
Northeast Florida Egg Market I from city limits. $3,000 cash or ,ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE

prices to retailers: I PH. 372-8441 20 pet. down with up to i yrs. 1 Ia HI.ana.
flAkqpitoi THEREIS to pay. CaJI 372-0331. I I Card el Thanka fJ Wended Ie Bay

,Extra large 41-43, mostly 42- I'E LOTS S List A F.1Id Ii lIacktaef7 A Tee!.
E for II 4 Personalized Services .IS Building Materials
43; large 3840, mostly 39-40; e g a 'hanl J.pf.r&Uoa "BeaaelMW GeedaI

medium 30-33, mostly 1-32; I Classified Only I Large Lake lots Wauberg.overlooking beautif u I = Special N.tleee "II Aetiqueg JIJae. For Bale

-WASHINGTON. .(AP-In the Lots 1 BI from campus, near 2TiorLstz n rratillc Pests
small 25'-30 28-29. sUters. nuJ Care
mostly = I Baby
Univ. P.O. Also others. Ask us
news from a ArUde. Wasted
Washington r. Ge Lad
: : Poultry at farms: fryers 12; ( DEADLINES I about our 5 acre tracts'lust a a nIDI Places r. Sea S9FiI OU ,. W....
ROBE: The chiefs of the FBI few miles NW of town. Call 20 Beats Marla. Eefp.

i &nd C ntr 11 tuige ce I hens none. =a Tues. thru Fri. papers-5 pm. Day before publication MARY MOELLER., REALTOR J.UTOMOTIV 'JI Ca.p But- I'IQI
Agency 101? W. Univ. FR 6-4471 11 Office
S For ads to go 1n Sun. paper-12:00 a.m. Sat. : Salu.lteatale ZaJp.1I'iTJ
; testify Thursday before the g For ads to go In Mon. paper-1 pjn. Sat. Ej! FOR SALE 100 x 1W lot with well I 11 MobCa Alrplaaa Bo." for Sale '2S Mulcal Mercllu4tH

Warren Commission Notict of Application for Tax Deed and 600 gal. septic tank fenced. 58 Trucks for Sale
investigat- Sec. 19414. F.S. (Minimum ad 4 lines) I. Phone 3721075 after 5:00 P.M. .5, Tracks Wanted
i ing John F. Kennedy's assassi- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that g or weekends. 80 Tractors II Track Butala REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

URIAH GILL the holder of the followIng I FAMILY RATESI I I Trailer Rentals
nation. certificates has filed said certificates WORTHWHILE 34 Waterfront Property = := MotorcycleS Ik..ten IS lAt. lor kl.II .

---.- -- .- for a tax deed to be Issues thereon. 1 Insertion ............................................... 34c line Automobile Repairs Waterfron' Pro'l"

\ -The-TcommlssIon! announced The certificate numbers and yearsof i 3 Insertions .............................................. 22c line BEAUTIFUL let on the Suwannee 02 U Aata.obnes ror Sail S$ B'a..1 For 1&1.
Issuance. the description of the prop 6 Insertions ....................................?........ 17c line River at Rock Bluff. -= lit Can S' Cottages For Sal.I .
;i :!hat FBI Director J. Edgar Hov- erty. and the names In which It was _i 12 Insertions ...................................._.......... 14c line 6140. Call :376- Swap It Real E.tate EsebasgidEDUCATINAL
assessed are as follows: = Total charge computed by multiplying total -lines x rat earned sa Real Estate Wanted
\ -er will be heard in the morning, Certificate No. 469 1 x number of Insertions. ON THE GULF I S9 Oat el re.a p"pe
:followed Year of Issuance 1940. 11 Se..la A InitritUas .. Basbae.. l'.pel1i.
'c by CIA Director John Description of Property Lot f Bk 2 I 1il Cedar Key Shores = It Masle. DaselDr. U BesldeaU&I lAel..e

r A. McCone. Pecan Heights. Sec. 27. Twp. 10 S. e 0 Waated-lDstraeUoa 4t ar. A Acreage
Range 22 E. 5 Five letter words per line Other Properties CJ Colored Property Rentals
I. Name In which assessed Ella Rhode. I David AndrewsCedar I EMPLOYMENT 0.1 Colored Prop.rty Sails
Presumably both In the Coun- =
will be All of said property being 17 Work Wanted Male
ty of Alachua State of. Florida. Same as 2 lines Key. 3841 Female
i among other things, Unless such certificate or certificates == 8 Pt. ordinary type : Sales Help Wsatsd .

about their organizations' inves- shall be redeemed according to law Iii = WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. I 11 Help-Mal. Sr Fe.are 4. Cltta,.. F.. Rest '
the property described In such certi- Same as 3 lines Broker, specalizing In
12 Pt.18Pt. II Male Belp Wanted U P.ralb.4 .
tigations here and abroad after cate or certificates will be sold to the ordinary type LAKE PROPERTIES ACRE- Drllmaue 41 A.I.
5:: Va.tvrnlshed
highest bidder at the court house door READINGIN AGE. 3 miles No. of Melrose Apt. .
\:" ,the president was shot in Dallas on the first Monday In Month of June I Same as 4 lines GR 5-2981. = t1 Female Help Waited n flosses fee Rent Fan.

"/ .!'lov.22 and Lee Harvey Oswald, 1964. which is the 1st day of June ordlnarytype I LAKE GENEVA contemporary. 3 B 02 FARMS tT LIVESTOCK .J.1 Rouses Rosa,. for for Rent Rent Villars.

t t who once embraced Marxism 1964.Dated this 5th day of May 1944. == Wood bedroom 2 bath nearly new. II F.rm Equipment $0 Hotel R..sIn
= paneling open be a m e d 11 Mise. RentalsLisesteek
j and tried life in the Soviet J. B. of CARMICHAELCleric Circuit Court of ; 24 Sameas. 5 lines I ceiling bath. throu ghout. Roman Feed ,. SappUu flA Wanted TI Rent
Florida Pt Large screened patio. SoD I.! Boarders Wanted
: Union for a while was accused Alachua County ordinary;; type Work shop carport. 2 acres, LUUeapllle Top
IS Offiu
(3324) 5:4, 13. 20. 27 SO Pets Supplies Desk Space
s H of being the sniper. I = white. OR sandy 5-5441.beach. 32500. Melrose S1 Unlt.elt Wanted 84 Easiness autala

IN THE COURT COUNTY FLORIDA The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more than one CBS HOME. 3 BR 2 bath. LR, DR. i fiNANCIAL SERVICE
I"" Today the commission hears JUDGE, ALACHUA f Incorrect Insertion. nor will It be lIable! for any error In advertisement = large Fla. room & util. Rm. on 61 BusIness oppar1,,,,1Uea 23 Special Senln.

1 from two officers of the Dallas IN PROBATE.IN to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied extra large lot. Keystone Lake. 17 Money to Lean 23 Rome 11I1..e.
by the Item In the advertisement. No 2 blocks to business dist. closeto .
: RE: Estate of adjustment will == sa Mortjagei 24 Rad! k TV lenlee
t police department's criminal intelligence CHARLES A. DEMAREE also knownas es be made on errors that do not materially effect the value of 53 school churches. Total price 19 Money Wanted 23: AppUuel A Fan1tar.S .
the advertisement.The .
Deceased. g $21.000 terms. By owner phone
.k division
-Lt Jack Revile
To All Creditors and Persons Having THE 5 m.mu1l1Dl1IIIJIIIIIIII

i the division's superintendent Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: ONE BLOCK FROM LAKE ..
You and each of you are hereby notified '- Gainesville Sun reserves the privilege of revising or re- E GENEVA among beautiful trees.
% and detective V. J. Brian. and required to present any claims lectlng! any advertisement! which It deems! oblectlonal and to E 2 BR stucco home large living 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses for :Sale

and demands which you or either of you. chance the Classification of any advertisement! from that ordered room with fireplace. summer
4 may have against the estate of CharlesA. tit conform to the policy of the paper. a
DRAFT Selective sleeping room. lot 200 x 144'.
: Service 4 Bedroom 3 full baths In
Demaree also known as C. A. Dema- WHY PAY RENT? Libby
; Director Lt. Gen. Lewis B. ree deceased late of said County. to I I offer.$10,000 to settle an estate. Make New homes. $9,500. 3 bedroom. tile' Heights. This home has over .2.-
the County Judge of Alachua County bath $65 per month. Located on 300 sq. ft. of living space. cir
_F.1IIIIDmmmHm", .., lIIIIIIIIIlI1IItftnlllllm'"mmmllllUmll'I"'nn..m.h..........
has """ IIIIIIII."IIIII..IIIIIIIIIIII. _iiiiiiM4iiiilllillliUulllllWUillUlllliWlllIillllUlIl1illlU. llJk' conditioned. dishwasher and
told houseof SUN Also
; Hershey Congress why Florida at his office In the court S. E. 45th Terrace. some
LITTLE LAKE SANTA FE. furnished other extras. If need
Florida 22372. many you
said County at Gainesville trade-ins. Call FR
i: he doesn't favor induction of within six calendar months from the timeof 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Male Help Wanted home. 3 BR, guest house. plenty of living area check this

married the first publication of this notice. Each garage utility room dock 210', WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD one. Will consider trade. For Information
men. claim or demand shall be In writing many trees. 518500. Walking distance to schools. 1 call THE JAMES CO.
,' and shall state the place of residence and BE A FASHION DEBIT.SALESMAN for well established BR, 2 baths horr.e in Skyline OF GAINESVILLE. INC. Builders
They have too many outside post office address of the claimant. and SHOW DIRECTORNO local Insurance Co. LAKE CHIPCO lot 100 x 250 In Heights. Study, hardwood floors. of Kingsbury Homes. Phone
shall be sworn to by the claimant his Excellent commission opportu- Interlachen. city water 700' of buut-in range & oven. Cent. 3722527. nights 472-7401. _
distractions, Hershey told the agent. his attorney. and any such claimor delivering or cOllecting. car _nities and benefits. 372-8171. hwy. No. 20. Price $1,750. heat. Shaded back yard. Call
i demand not so filed shall be void. WANT necessary. Connie Robbins FR 374-0842. 1 acre 2 BR house good wIr,
House Appropriations Committee MARY DEMAREE. 6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. MANAGER Tainees needed. age JAMES H. McEACHERN near county landing on Waccas-

As administratrix of the Estate of 21-50 steady employment. fringe Realtor NORTH WEST sa River, sacrifice on account
:' in testimony released Tues benefits, apply Jackson's MIni
i "SARAH COVENTRY"UNDER of Illness $7000. Contact W. -B.
Charles A. Demaree also known as Keystone Hts. 473-41M
Market 1234 N W
14th Ave
i C. A. Demaree. deceased new management. Open- NEW BRICK Anderson. Rt. 3. Box 100-B,
First Publication May 13 1944 ings for fashion directors. Part 35' Waterfront lot with house for Gainesville. Fla. .
l day.Also (3343) 513. 20. 27; 6:3 time or full time. For appoint- 13-Help Male or Female sale. At Suwannee Florida. SeeD -
khe said: "A married tnent. call 3727049. E. Johnson Suwannee Fla. MODELSOPEN WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD.: 3
BR. large. well landscaped Jot
fr man in the grade of private is IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ADS HELP turn your spare time Into AFTERNOON paper route now AIR CONDITIONED gas heat 10 am. rn Dark with several trees. $900 down
completely furnished 2 bedroom
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN money. No soliciting or deliver- available in Melrose. Man or FEATURES : and take over en established
I more expensive than a non- house on Cowpen Lake 22 miles
PROBATE.IN Adjust workinghrs. mortgage $97 mo. >v-
ing. your own womap wishing to supplement ; per pays
East Gainesville. Price
of 13,800.
commissioned officer who is RE: ESTATE OF For appointment call Income by $58 per week. Write Fireplaces erything. Call FR 6-9907. -
Terms available. Phone FR 6-
WALDINE B. McCAUL also known as Circulation Screened porches
372-7049 Manager. P. O. Box '
k' single. One of the most expen- MRS. T. V. McCAUL and also knownas 57, Gainesville, or call FR 3672. Custom kitchen cabinets FOR SALE by owner modern3
MRS. THOMAS V. McCAUL 2-8441. ext. 14. Oversized bathroomsPlus bedroom house In Carol Estates.
; sive is a man with dependents. Deceased.To STENOGRAPHERSHigh .35 Houses for Sal many other custom Furnished or unfurnished. Assume
The trouble have all the All Creditors and Persons Having School Graduate with abilityto MAN or woman to work in pack- features Gl loan or refinance. Best
you Said Estate type well and take dictation. age store. part time I to 5 P.M.
Claims or Demands Against : $14,77i up ON YOUR LOT. Open VA Cr FHA TERMS offer. Call 374-8414. .
L time with people in the service You and each of you are hereby notified -I Excellent salary. 5 day week.Inter- Apply In person 114 S. Main St. House Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Designed Walking distance to elementary &
and required to present any claims Excellent benefits. Dally & U. S. NEAR SCHOOLS, Attractive redwood
engineered by
is with those who have de views 8 to 4 p.m. 100% GUARANTEELarge Jr. High Schools. Shopping
'i and demands which you or either of you. Steel Corp.. Homes Division. 2100 Churches. fenced yard. 3 bedroom
may have against the estate of Waldine SPERRYELECTRONIC convenient type grocery sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond., home In new condition. 1206 HE.
pendents. B. McCaul also known as Mrs. T. V. Mc. I TUBE Chain needs husband and wife brick veneer 2 car garage. 1801 HUGH EDWARDS, 16th P1.DUPLEX..
Caul and also known as Mrs. ThomasV. team to Manage convenient type NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes Downtown Income prep
Hershey said it was his recom- McCaul. deceased late of said County DIVISIONSPERRY Grocery in Gainesville. Cash Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6- INC. erty. Priced at $4400
to the County Judge of Alachua RAND Bond required. Call 3769264. 6690. HISTORIC WINDSOR. Parcels Ito
mendation that led President County. Florida. at his office In the courthouse CORP.GAINESVILLE PLACEMENT N.E. 16th Ave. & 15th St. 29 acres, $200 to $400 per
of said at Gainesville. Flor. SERVICE AN exciting home with space ex 372-1551 with terms.
County acre -
.r Johnson to halt drafting of mar- FLORIDA Office Professional cellently built. air conditioned
Ida. within six calendar months from the EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW sec HOME AND INCOME S bedroom
time of the first publication of this notice. Technical 3 BR. 2 Bath, family room and home In excellent location 4or
ried men. Had this brought on EMPLOYMENT College Graduates tion. 3 bedroom 2 tile baths
fireplace. now completedby
shall be In writIng
Each claim or demand built-in appliances double carport room rentals. $14,000 with tergis.
:a marriage rush among draft- and shall state the place of residenceand Wanted part time clerk-typist experienced 10-12.00( A.M.appt. call 2-4 372-4377 00 P.M. Wimberly Lloyd Estates.Myrick. outside Builder citylimits. in paved street. connected to
address of the claimant ALACHUA'REALTY
post office In filling out Insurance Small down payment.
? said he had Monday through Friday N. W. 36th Terr. off sewer.
age men Hershey and shall be sworn to by the claimant and medical forms. Please PERSONNEL CENTER Days phone 3723826. After 6
his his attorney. and any N. W. 39th Ave. Offered for $22.- "
ito but he saidIt call 372.3697. P.M. 374-4774
figures 102 NW 2nd
I anyway, such claim or demand not so filed shall 500. Phone 25689.

was debatable whether "the be void. WANT a beautiful business and Exp. secretaries salary open WEST VILLA ESTATES FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious .
THOMAS V. McCAUL have fun too? Cashfer-hott, attractive 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled 3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. Rm. closeto Associates
fellow who ran into matrimonyto THOMAS V. McCAUL. JR. Phone 374-1480 White houseiceeper $25 wk. bath wall-to-wall carpeting cen- school. Llttlewood Estates. Aria T. Smith, Realtor *
from getting in i As executors of the Last Will and CLASSIFIEDDial from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.. Monday Bookkeeper. salary open tral heating built in kite hen 24500. Reasonable down pay Mabel Gore Associate
get away Testament of Waldine B. McCaul Exp. Waitress ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Phone
Wednesday & Friday no other salary & comm. Includes dishwasher. Located on 635 N.E. 1st St. 374-2448
might,run away from everybody also known as Mrs. T. V. McCauland time please.WAITRESS Exp. mechanics large wooded lot with circle 3725738.
also known as Mrs. Thomas v. Store trainee. M schl. grad. drive. Orig." cost $20,000 balance N.W. Section. 3 Br.. 2 bathS. large
llse afer he got in." McCaul. deceased Good hours. good Off. trainee hi schl. grad. $17.380. Equity $600. payments FOR Sale or trade. Westmoreland New 4 BR. carport and utility. Paved street

First publication May 6, 1944 salary. Apply in person. Won- Tree surgeon foreman $2 hr. incl. taxes and Ins. $143 per home located In curbing excellent condition
(3320 5: 6. 13. 20. 27 derhouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. Auto salesman. Exp. mo. Phone 372-9172. Estates. On city sewers pavedSt rear Terrace well landscaped.
MANUFACTURERS: President 1st Behind Sears. Short order grill man 2 Ig. bath Rms.. Ig. family Reasonable 372-575
Insurance trainee $100 wk. Rm. & living Rm., dining area.
Johnson has asked officialsof Notice of Application for Tax Deed PHYSICIAN'S Aide: Type; meet Route salesman. Levy Co. 4 BEDROOM Central heat. built-in kitchen Including 3 BR. Fla. Rm.. Carol Estates.

the National Association of Sec. 194.16. F.S. public; keep records. Salary I CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. GE dishwasher. 2 courtyards near Metcalfe & Howard Bishop.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that according to ability and exper 120 SE 1st Ave. $12,996.82Professional walk to schools close to Pay equity & assume VA lean
:-Manufacturers to support his Uriah Gill the holder of the following lence. Ph. 374-2408 for applica- _Phone 374-8234 family has left this U of F & medical center FHA with $77.94 mo. payments; Phone
certificates has filed said certificatesfor tlon. home In ,better than new condi- 22700. Down payment $1,700. 374-0539. -
"war on poverty. a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The 376-4672 HOUSEWIVES and students, ambitious Immediate Drive by
MAID wanted. i days a week 6 tion. SVi pet. VA loan. Pay only occupancy.
-. certificate numbers and years of Issuance AM. to 3 P.M. Must be good earn extra money. no $375 down. Monthly payments 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler 3 BR 2 bath house for sale. Total -
f The'_NAM officers met for 30 and. the the names description in which of. the it was proper.ty. as- with children. Call FR 2.5169. Call car Barry needed 374-OT68 your 8 own to 12.hours.:._ -only $7097 plus taxes and Insur- Brothers. 372-954 dally. 374-9048 cost $11,500. Call FR 2-4934.

-"J ance. See this house soon. It night. 2300 ft. of luxury living. 4
minutes with Johnson Tuesday sessed are as follows: NEEDED'8uslness secretary mature -
Certificate No. 424 permanent. Answer In 14-Sales l Help Wanted- will not be on the market long FHA FINANCING BR, 2 bathhouse bedrooms. CH & AC CompleteGE
:"and NAM President W. P. Gul- Year of Issuance 1960. own handwriting. giving back- for this low price. 1804 NW 38th Terr. Only kitchen. 2 yrs. old. 31500.
Description of Property E 128 ft of S ground. Salary open. Write Box HUGH EDWARDS $7127 per month. Phone Arnold Flexible terms. FR 6356'29
and rd:: scribed it as a "very 142 ft of Lot 8 Grove Park PB A 417.A. c-o Gainesville Sun. PART-TIME service route for ambitious Realty FR 23522 for app?. NW 58th St.

good meeting" in which John-I -5 DIVISION MANAGER reliable resident of Ala. INC.N.E. -- -----.---

Name In which assessed J. T. & Re- LEADING Direct Sales Companyhas chua County with phone and 16th Ave. & 15th St. ""' 'i-J". :. :,:W....:..:.:::. .:.:::.!$..:tra.t1-mm'tn-'tt .
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'ton_.did'most of the talking. becca Caddy. opening for full-time man- car. Fuller I Brush Company
All of said property being In the Coun- phone 2.7117. 372 1551. rr'--

5:: He.asked industry's help in ty Unless of Alachua such certificate State of Florida.certificatesshall AnnouncementsLOST ager.perlence Must in have Direct car Selling.phone ex-No 607 N.W. 1 19th Ave. : t;
or 17 Work Wanted Male 2i:7iU1itO3
.the job-training phase of the be redeemed according to law the parties. Comm. For interv Ie w
male Siamese kitten 5 mo. write D. Cox P.O. Box 7471 Orlando Consider carefully the following
In certificateor
described such
anti-poverty campaign, and the property certificates will be sold to the high- old. vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th giving resume of past ex WANT |lob as practical nurse or features In this 3 BR 2 Bath
Ave. Phone 6-0401 after 5.00 perlence. _companion. Call FR 6-4319 Ocala brick home. Cen. heat
NAM officers assured him that est bidder at the court house door on
P.M. family room exceptional floo r
the first Monday In Month of June. waitresses,
WANTED experienced
t_ Corporations are already doing 1944. which Is the first day of June night shifts. apply In person. I 18 Schools & Instructions plan corner beauty lot. You kit.,can heavily buy shaded with ?

ci more in that field than generally 1944. 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Larry's Restaurant 1125 W. terms to please you for 17500.
1964.J. .
Dated this 5th day of May Univ. Ave. MEN WOMEN AGE 18-i5 :

of Circuit Courtof LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention OPPORTUNITY CAI.I.INGGreat TRAIN FOR 3669 N.W. .
Alachua County Florida to nervous or elderly. H
Easy Way Driving SchooL FR demand for T.V. advertised ...
(3325) 5:6. 13. 20 27 16th Ave. .:.: 'ltft
27002. Lie by State of Fla. Avon Co s m e tics. Turn spare offering Yt II "it In
Talks STATE OF CONNECTICUT time into money. Call Mrs. good pay security. For Information WA only ask that you look at this p
DISTRICT OF HARTFORD Burns. FR 2-0421. local Interview write Brand new 3 BR. 2 Bath CB
Probate Court Town of Hartford fS SPECIAL NOTICESTRY CASHIER for local insurance American Service. Box 411-M c-o home. The livable floor plan JI I

,April 27, 1944 office. prefer age 25-40. Apply Gainesville Sun._ with family room will appeal to
IN RE: Coretha Davis and Sandra DIADAX TABLETS (former. Box 418-A Gainesville Sun. StatIng you. Cent. heat and alrconditlon-
Of G'villeUtilities Evette Davis both of Hartford in said ly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, experience & qualifications. Real I Estate Exam Ing. Built-in elec. kitchen with i I I Village t
;, District minors. same formula. only 98 cents. Ca- COURSE gobs of cabinets. Half acre land- : Green
Present Hon. James H. Kinsella, nova's Drug Store. 37 N. MainSt. COUNTER girl. Apply Park Lane ATTEND First lesson free. scaped lot. And much more for .
Judge. Cafeteria. 1212 N. Main St. No HOWELL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE $23,500. Terms' to suit. I::
Upon the application of Lizzie Mae phone calls please.
Thomas of Hartford praying for reasons IN GAINESVILLE If! FOR Work in photo finishing lab. FR. 6-3507. 372-3727.218 W. Univ. Ave UNIVERSITYREALTY i.11:;: SNEAK PKVIEWTe&y
therein set forth for the removal of GDI'S PHARMACY _
Apply Ro-Mo Color Lab. 513't11W.
'Jessie Davis as one of the guardians of 114 Central Plaza MEN & women 18 to 55 to train for
the person of Coretha Davis and Sandra (next to Winn-Dixie) Univ. Ave. CIVIL SERVICE I 1 tin Dark
JACKSONVILLE Gainesville's
1 1 .
Evette Davis minors residing In the For prescriptions & cosmetics Examinations. For Informationsend .
utilities program was Town of Hartford. In said District; It Is I.D.L. DRUGSTOREDUE 12 Mole! Help Wonted name address & Phone No.

{ outlined yesterday by C ity Util- and Ordered determined: That at said the application Probate Office be heard In 1944 to model divorce Zig I have Zag. a Automatic like new Adams Key Training St., Jacksonville.Service. 112 w. 1115. M.N. Munroe Main St., Realtor Ph. 3724351W. J. ei6In Wi"YfrAIW

the Municipal Building of the of ARCHITECT or senior draftsman Frank
City Assoc: S. E. McLaughlin.
the sewing machine. that does .
ities John to ev
Director Kelly Hartford. In said District on the 15th permanent position salary open. PRIVATE tutoringJr.., High, Roby Roy McCann T. C. Douglas -
day of May. 1944 at 10:30 o'clock In the erything. We would like some- Box 790. Lake City. Fla. and first Col. Experienced. '
national conention of the Amer- yr. Jr. :
one to take up payments of $4 00
forenoon, and that notice of the pendency qualified tutor reas. rates call ii 4HU6H EDWARDS INC
per mo. Small balance. Ph. 372- MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREIn VERY NICE 5 room house. Has .
ican Public Power Association of said application and of the time after 5:00 372-6276. ,
2051. the Insurance business. Must with
a.d place set for said hearing be givento oak parquet floors patio
at the Robert Meyer Hotel.Kelly's said Jessie Davis. father of said minors ATTENTION be between the ages of 25 to 50 SPEED WRITING SHORTHAND barbeque. and a rock water-fall; 2831 N. E.15thStrett
by publishing a true copy of this Nick's Shoe Hat Shop to qualify. Guaranteed starting Secretarial Courses. Classes now Is near school and shopping center
talk was on the bene- Repair& salary. Call FR 2-7147 or FR forming. Howell's"' Business College $10,400. Call 475-4381 in
In Only
order Phone
372-1 !
once some havinga 55
: newsaaper 609 W. Univ. will close May 15th
owned electric circulation in the District where he 22153 for Interview. 218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- Melrose. \\it
fits of. citizen to Sept. Pick-up all re p a i r 3507. .J
wes last known to reside and by sendinga work. IMMEDIATE opening for station iBR frame house. 1 mile Southof ..,.... '
,facilities.He like ccpy of said order by certified I have manager trainee. Salary p I us Waldo on Rt. 24. $6000. Phone T.mI:;:::::';.w.wwWI2ZY..w;*:::: ;;::::::o: .;.. ;:; .';.;;;; ;:;" & II I .
mail postage prepaid. to Henry D. Mar. DIVORCED and a 28 Livestock & Supplies
said Gainesville citizens commission. free group insurance 4621064 atter 6 P.M.
cus. Esq. attorney for said Jessie Davis. brand new 1944 model automaticZig
paid vacation & other company ....
75 Pratt Street. Hartford Connecticut. at Zag Sewing Machine that
,( receive superior service at low- benefits good opportunityfor
least seven days before the day set for does everything. We would like advancement for right man. WANT AN ECONOMICALL .. ..'. .* ,, '.... ', :- : ._, -. '
utility firm that also serves the said hearing. someone to take up payments of Age limit 25 to>> 50. Apply 1025N. PRICED FEED? Then try CPA :
Certified from record. $550 per month. total price Main St. Cooperative Mills 16 per cent \
area and at the same time pro- JAMES T. CAN IVAN $5450. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- Production Dairy, part putleted. r

for the 1 t Assistant Clerk 1075. WANTED Caretaker on !Lake Ideally suited for feeding on
vide c y's
revenue (3342 5:13 place. Must be sober end have pasture. Special for May only. ..

general government, Kelly said. I Baby Sitters, Child Car. references. Furnished house and FMX Gainesville or Alachua. N !! .
L IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA good salary. Apply Lewis Jewelry Phone FR 2-1095 or 441-2105. BetterHurry1 ... :
I The Gainesville utility director EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Co. 200 W. Untv Ave. q ;

; spoke to approximately 900 AND CHANCERY FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. TINY TOT f SALESMAN salary car allow- 30 PETS & SUPPLIES
LINDA ance and commission. Age 25 to t. ;
delegates at the convention._ Plaintiff. PLAY SCHOOL 45 preferred. Phone FR 3-2533. ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good

.ys- Visit end for ASSISTANT grill man wanted. for watch. stock and pets. FR :
us see yourself. :
Kiwanis Has GARY RUSH. 34 SE Stti St. FR 4-TSOa. Good salary. Apply In person 2-0033. .
Defendant. Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 GERMAN shepherd pups AKC ell
NOTICE TO APPEARTO PLANNED program awaits your S.W. 1st Stj Behind Sears. li
ready to go. Shown weekdays
pre-sdwol youngster at JACK Homes.iUSi
: GARY RUSH & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. WANTED one bus-boy. Applyin after 7 P.M., all day Sat. 0
917 East Second Street
Show and Sun. See Don 3501
Musical between 10 OS and
Llmberton North Carolina Music programs, educational person : i
NW 18th Ter. ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a film-strips. 7.45-5:15 Mon..FrL 12:01 A.M. to the head waitress. ,
Complaint for Divorce has been filed _1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 6-3>00. Hotel Thomas. 415 N.E. 2nd St. Black Labrador puppies best of

Kiwanis Club members had a against you. and you are required to Child Care In my home. Fenced T.V. TECHNICIAN Parttimeor blood lines. Fine to hunt or at
serve a copy of your answer or pl, dinq yard. Reasonable rates. Good full time. For appointment.'call home. AKC reg. Call 3725743
musical luncheon meeting yes. to the Complaint upon the Plaintiff's at- references. Phone 372-3711 2-7324 between 9:00 and 5:00 after; 6 and all day Sat. & Sun. .,

UF students and torneys. Reynolds Goldin 8. Jones. P.O. weekdays. Left '
terd y. Four Box 448. Gainesville. Florida and file COW and hog dog puppies for
KIDDIE KORTChild ROUTE MAN needed at once. Apply sale. Vt Leopard. Va bull Vi curroS10 :$ -
.Dr. Carson UF Humanities professor the original answer or pleading In the i
to $25. Phone 4812545 after -
office Canada Dry Bottling Co. or
of Courtof
the Clerk of the Circuit care center FR 2-4447
5.30.SIAMESE. ? -
performed. Alachua County. Florida. on or be- WANTED BABY SITTING fob call 65825.CARPENTER 1::1 ..
fore June 20. 1944. If you fall to do so. KITTENS 8 weeks old. .
of the UF's'twirling with own tools. Q.J .
b have Phone FR 2-
Twajn'em e r s transporatlon. :
ludgment by default will be taken Phone 372-0481 for Interview. seal point. $20 ea. SIAMESE
group, the Gatorettes, against you for the relief demanded In 1479. mother cat 2 yrs. old. $15 with J UPine Forest f. ;
the Bill of Complaint. EXCELLENT care for Infant or carrying crate. Phone 374-8996.
did a baton and dance routine. DONE and ORDERED at Gainesville child In my home. References. FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY
Alachua County. Florida this 4th day of Phone FR MINIATURE Dachshund Puppies tew/1lei
.Mario Eevetto played two selec- May.. 1964. AKC registered 2 males and 2 'aa fate&t tellinp community
females. have had shots. $50.
idian. Other
:tionslon l :tie ac Phone 6-3808
Clerk Circuit Court of Alachua For top quality workmanshIp
entertainment was provided by County. Florida call :9ahyA1isuIed f i iL :

CaroltMayo who sang musical Deputy Clerk 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED
,"Showboat" and (COURT SEAL) GAINESVILLE l7e4e I
numbers from OWNER :
'"My Fair Lady Dr. Cars o n RICHARD TO JONES BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn 15M UPHOLSTERY N.W. 13th St. BEAUTIFUL wooded lot 900 block l1 :
Attorney for Plaintiff up to $5 per hour demonstrating of N.W. 22nd Street. 110' xl55' )
-concluded the pro gram with Post Office Box 448 famous Studio Girt Free Estimates-nek up end Also lot In Gwynn Oaks zorx- N.E.16thAve.otl5thSt. Ph.3721551. ,)
Gainesville. Florida Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. delivery. 189' with view and privileges
three ,violin selections. (3326) 5:6. 13. 20. 27 Phone 376036 after 6. of Clear Lake. 376-5109.




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35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale 35 Houses For Sole 35 Houses for Sale 42 Farms & Acreage 44 Cottages for Rent 44 Cottages' for Rent:

SMALL furnished cottage and FURNISHED, 1 BR cottage, aft
IVt mile north of Sperry Plant OH MOM ACREAGE, trailer for rent. Suitable for electric tile shower. JHXI v- ,:
EXTRA VALUE air-conditioned McKINNEY practically new 2 BRhome bath working couple. Moore's Trailer Illation located on Santa Ft
3 BR home Paneled Family with full tile bath You'll love this 3 bedroom. 48 acres, apprx. Nice llvea b I e orR -
on 11/3 acre location. Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 *
; THE TIME IS NOW. Room adjoining living dining GREEN shaded lot. 17,000 Terms.. Phone beauty at top Northeast G.E. built In house W. of Gainesville I $11,000. 3764144. 8169. '
Terrain floors.
area for extra spaciousness. 374-4294 after 5. p.m. 300 acres with 80 acres of corn ........
and' redecorated.
electric range and dishwasher. DEATONRealtors 'oven range. Newly planted. 200 under cultivation. 90 --IIlII1IIfIIfIIIIIIIIIImmIIl1IIIUIImIIII! :
Assume 4V.* per cent Gl mort BY OWNER Mason Manor.' 3 BR, 15500. $600 down. FHA. acres pasture. 3 acres tobacco -
gage. Will consider financing 2 bath cen. heat built-in kit., Pay only $101 per month Including allotment bal In pert pasture -
balance. Sec this unusual buy huge screen porch paved dead i taxes and insurance. water. 45 head of black angus NorwoodHope I'

at 2213 NE 7th Ter. end street shaded lot. reasonably HUGH EDWARDS cattle. NW of Gainesville. Inc. SAVE! -
Do You Have A Room: Apartment: BUSINESS : priced. FR 22378. Equipment. Tractor. Realistic I

LOVELY home on Ig. beautifully Close to Court House Zoned INC. Price Good terms. good road.
: landscaped lot In Idylwlld. 3 Business (B-2) Lot 133 by 100 Call '
Or House to Rent? BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm. Rooms. this property can be purchased M.SUBURBAN NE. 16th Ave. & 15th St. MARY'MOELLER. REAL fOR "H" Inc.
spacious. Cent. heat. & A-C Exceitent at RIGHT PRICE Call 3721551. 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 ptIllmullllllllllllllllIlIllIIIIIIIIIUII.IIIIIIIIIII
for entertainment & well
I situated for children on dead FR 23617CREEKSIDE N.W. AREA 40 ACRES 1115 NW 40th Drive3Br.2Bath We Trade Homes |

end street. Near new school. COMPLETELY redecorated. Large Uncleared land. South of Newber. "
.REMEMBER: rental vacancy COSTS Lg. hobby. utility rm. 2 car : Suburban living C.B. 3 Br., 3 acres yard with patio. Lovely living ry. $100 per acre. Terms.. S. E. or Property
carport. Ample closet space. 1 Modem HOME Central heat land. $1140000 call Mary Moel- area. 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths. Sapp, Realtor. Newberry Flor ii We must sacrifice this .
cedar lined. owner
large beautifully landscaped ler $11,000. with easy terms. Call ida. Phone 4722000. 89Our inventory is too M
'YOU MORE than the ad that will' rentHere's 4232.LIKE. creek-side lot. together with Les Jackson, Associate anytime. much-We will take

NEW 3 BR. 2 Bath, Lg. GUEST 3617 HOUSE Call FR 2- CONTEMPORARYAnglewood. RNEST TEW, REALTY LOS 2.4 TRANCOS ACRES-S1400 WOODS $850 for Our equity. The following are ready for B

LR., with fireplace. D.R.. builtin FR 6-6461. -
it Public utilities, paved road frontage occupancy.
kitchen enclosed patio. 2 SW corner lot 3 Br. school bus service. Drive You assume $17,000 ,

car carport central alr-cond. DUPLEX : 2 bath C.B. Dbl garage, Fla. West on Newberry :Rd., turn I Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI.
and heating. Near schools. room cent heat. 2,000 sq ft liv. 37 Real Estate ExchangedSELL right on SR 241. watch for signon Hurry to take advantage
this attractive
S700 dowiu.
Let us show you 4-BR, j bath
Priced to sell. 3505 N.W. 13th ing area. Immediate
COSTS occupancy right. Terms if desired.
what your Vacancy YOU Ave. TeL 2-6795. and well located two story. duplex call Mary Moeller Ralph FOSSEY Realtor g of this. $107 mo.
that we have listed Good land In
trade for farm
EVERY DAY until it.is rented J W. condition Fully furnished Income INVESTMENTIncome Alachua or County. 3 Bedroom. spa. 11"Selling W. University Florida Ave.Since Ph 1906"376-1359 Ii 1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI.J .-
of $17500 per month clous house. Quiet neighborhood. 3Br.2BothOur BR. 1 bath $400 down.
Could be used as a home with near U.of F. Close to University. FR 7-0992. t9S
prop per mOo
KIRKPATRICKHANDSOME campus Fordyce.Acreage Loss Your Gain
5 -
an Income Attractively priced for sale or lease suitable for .

IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS: Don't wait Call FR .2-3617 small shops. will build to suit 38 Real Estate Wanted m -Our inventory must 3330 & 3320
traditional residence; tenants. Investigate this offer. Approximately 100 acres of beau- = be lowered We will
one of the most beautiful In ASSOCIATESJ. Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. tiful, pasture land $14500 an m NW 30th Av..
take for ,
$40 per $1.33 per day Gainesville. Space, design. custom Fred Guy Jayne Butterworth WANT TO BUY acre. Fenced and cross fenced. $850 our equi 3 BR. 1 bath 1550 dn, $79.59
details and special quality Col. J. W. Davis H. J. Wiltshire ty. You assume $13.600 per mo.

throughout for the discriminating Multiple Listing 2 or 3 bedroom home with Land In and near Gainesville easIly (Approx.) mortgage -
$50 per mo . $1.66 per day buyer.SLIGHTLY Appr. 300 x 300' comprising 2-3 family room and 2 baths. Kitchen accessible and attractive I y Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI.

suburban. Several most Br. 1 bath homes at 728 & 1 04 mu'st be equipped. Central priced. 2 acre tracts. 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI.
$1.83 attractive three bedroom two LAKE FRONT N.W. 14 Ave. Drive heat preferred. Must be priced now!
$55 per mo. per day past & call 3 BR 1 bath, $500 dn. $61
bath houses. each with large Mary Moeller right with reasonable down pay- Nearly $00 acres, $225.00 an acre. Ii IImmlllflllllllIllllllllllMIIII1IIIIIImlllllll! !! !
family room. well kept lot and ment. Write to Box 345-A Good close In NW section. per mo.
$60 mo .. $2.00 day Prices from EstateFor Gainesville Sun. '
per per paved range I FOR RENT
,. 15000. to $20,000. MARY 3 lots 75 x 141 In NW sectionfor 205 SE 38th St.
SUMMER places I : On Cowpen low price of $300 each let Bath, $300 dn* $44 pet mo.
$65 day 124 SE 7th St.
per per lake. furnished. two bedrooms. $&- the discriminating home buyer 39 Out of Town Property us tell you about these and
80000; on Lake Rosa comfort that wants the advantages of many other lots now available. 53 3BRlBath 303 SE 38th St.

$70 per $2.33 per day able three bedroom deluxe the country and the conveniencesof MOELLERREALTOR 1 Year Lease $100 per Mo. 304 & 314 SE 39th St.
the city this Is the home for
kitchen extra deep lot $18.- STARKE 11 3 bath homeon
: room. SM
3 BR. 1 bath, $500 dn.
Custom designed and built Fordyce CMiiniiinfflnnniiiiiiniiBMnniiniiiiniiiiiiNorwood: !
000: Lake Serena exceptional you. large lot in choice neighbor.
$75 per $2.50 per day residence and other buildings for the large wooded lot over hood. Close to bank. church per mOo

335 feet lake frontage looking the water you will love post office. schools & market. Associates, Inc. IlUllllllJlIlllllluOr1ll11mmUOIllml1lb1llllIII! !

: $80 per .. $2.66 per day $25,500.EXCELLENT. the foyer, the spacious living kit- Ideal for home t. office apts., 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 I I
selection of lovely room with fireplace, roomy
home. shop etc.
1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 nursing beauty The following are under construction :
lots: Over an acre in restricted chen including range. refrigerator $2X000 trade for Gainesville
or Colored and will be ready
43 Property
$85 $2.83 day for split level house dish washer and deep Multiple Listing Member
per per area. good property. Write Box 277. Starke. I for occupancy soon. I
: $7,500. In Westwood Little- freezer separate dining room, 4 Fla.
wood area. all Improvements. lovely bedrooms. 2W baths and
L $90 per $3.00 per day $4,500. Small acreage close a 12x45 front screened porch. PARRISHPRESENTS HOUSE FOR sale In Keystone HOMES FOR SALE "H" Inc.
In $9,900: many others In all The 2098 sq. ft. of living area Heights. Fla. 3 BR.. 2 baths. 1 2 & 3 Bedrooms SE 14th St. & se 3236 NW 29th Ave. 13 1-
$95 $3.16 day areas.J. Is centrally heated and air con acre lot will sacrifice. Appraiseat SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay- BR 2 bath, $lOCI dn. $91
: per per W. KIRKPATRICK ditioned by 3 A-C units. An added $18,000 will sell for $14,990. ment. Some small down pay We Trade Homes per mo.

Realtor feature is the University Call 376-1168, Gainesville after 5 men Monthly payment $57 to g or Property 5
$100 per $3.33 per day Member Multiple Listing tested 19 man bomb. shelter. Located pm $45. Also homes built on your == 3301 & 3311 I"
31 N. Main Phone FR 2-S404 lust outside the city limits lot for no down payment.Call IIIIIIIIIDnlllllmnmmmnmmrnllflllllllrmllmll! Ave.
ASSOCIATES: this is an exceptional buy. JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and enjoy 40 Business PropertiesFIRT TOMMY RIDGELL NW
Builder Phone FR -415 4 B R. 2 bath. $650 dn $91
Floye Mathlasen Irene BunnellA. CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS life and your family in this ALL OUR HOMES ARE

W. Reece Capt., USN, Ret. 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Large OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY per mOo
CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR living room. wall to wall carpet. TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. 44 Cottages for Rent E SEEING ANYTIME IF
If you are looking for a fine IN. and brick fireplace. Separate dining BEAUTIFUL lOjUNIT MOTEL. e YOU WILL JUST CALL. 3224 NW 30th Aye.

FRED COME PROPERTY call us to room. Florida Room. built. ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OF. BEACH HOUSE on Crescent 1123 SE. 4th STREETFR 3 B R. 2 bath. $600 dn. $M I
WANT ADS see this 3 bedroom home with in kitchen, plus a lovely screen FICE COMPLETELY FUR. Beach. Only a few weeks still FR 6-5301 or FR 4-7989 per mOo
SUN RENTAL an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both ed patio, on a large beautiful NISHED. 5 ACRES LAND- free. Call FR 25281.WATCH == -
completely furnished and only wooded lot. !
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$13,300. Apt. is rented for $70.00
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home FOR
Beautiful lot In with wall to wall and WITH AIR-CONDI-:
carpet an
J REALTORLittlewood Black Acres near UniversityGolf old brick fireplace in II v I n g TIONING AND HEAT GOOD HOUSE HUNTING?
Houses Course now only 3200. room. Florida room built in
35 Houses for Sola 35 for Solo
kitchen central heat and central ING. RESTFUL QUIET AND>> Cooperative apartments to
air conditioning screened COMFORTABLE. DAN ISO N be built In Gainesville. For
:J: BR. 2 bams. Ig_ LR. walk-In JOHN MERRILL porch and a lovely fenced In RANCH MOTEL. LOCATED 2 Information call FR 62921or
.closets dishwasher Sm. down SMALL DOWN PAYMENT bacK yard with pool and shuffle MILES EAST OF WILLISTONON write: CHECK THESE NORTHWEST ,
payment VA mtg.. Swim pool 3 BEDROOM 1 bath CCB homein REALTORMULTIPLE board court. Under $30,000. HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATE P. O. Box 13956
.privileges. 374-1583 after S..FHA Melton Manor (Kineald Westwood SchoolsThis SALE. $45,000. GEORGE D.
Road). Small payments. Phone : Gainesville. Fla. HOMES TODAY:
House for sale NE section FR 2-2940 Sundays; week days 1948 "Parade of PHONE 3721494ASSOCIATES -
2 bath home In Mason 126 3RD AVE. N.E.. ST. PET. Park
'at appraisal value of $10,000. after 4:30 p.m. has a family room overlooking : University
$300 down payment low month- an enclosed patio. central MARCELLA PARDI Manor walking distance to Llt- ERSBURG. FLA. PHONE 8942574. -

Jy payments. 3 BR 1 bath car BY OWNER S.W. Area. 3 Bedroom air conditioning 3 bedroomsand W. H. BUCKHANNANRedfranks tlewood and Westwood. Large Apts. $15,400Three
port. large storage. Call after 2 bath home central heat, 2 baths for only $22,000. living room Ideal for family liv-
P.M. FR 4-4774. Ask to see this new listing In ing. Lovely fenced in back yard.
.-.6:00 hardwood floors. 2-car: 42 Farms &' Acreage
this desirable area. Central heat and central air con- colonial model. All brick
f'QR only $450 down $91.27 per Lot 105 x 127. $800 down. $94 per ditioning. Loads of privacy on bedroom two bath
month payments. you can Qualify month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call this nice quiet street. FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE front. corner lot, paved street all city services, wait\
for 4 BR. 2 bath home, 1806 FR 22727. Family Size HomeWith Real estate RURAL PROPERTIES to elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550
NW 38th Terr. Will paint Inside size payments. TIME TO BUY IS NOW And Quality Homes These homesare
& outside completely. For appt. AIR 'CONDITIONED. 4 BR.. 2 apartment down; only $94.53 per month complete.
location 3 bedrooms. we have lust the house for a ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S.
bath home. Attractive Northwest
ta see call 372-0481. comer and almost ready for
lot. Screened patio, fenced back 2 baths and family room. 17. WANT A BARGAIN? Owner Is young executive with a growing Hwy. 441 Mlcanopy. Fla. I new occupancy.
SACRIFICE $2400 equity for $700 family. Beautiful 4 bedroom ,2 Ph. 466-3120
yard. Paid up swim club mem 600. Payments of $107 per month moving from Gainesvil e
'cash. Total cost only 11427. bership. $900 down. $102 mo Including Include taxes and Insurance. Immediate wants quick sale. 3 bed- bath home in Anglewood lovely NEW concrete block home on 3 WEST VILLA
'Modern 3 BR,. IVi bath home. taxes-insurance. 2817N. occupancy.TwoStory room 2 bath with FAMILY living room dining room acres of land. north of Gainesville $13,500Three
'.Near schools. Refrlg., elec. E. 11th. Dr. 3725037. ROOM screened' family room and built In kit. city limits. Buy furn. or N.W. 16th Ave.
.range, air cond. and drapes..No porch CENTRAL HEAT. chen. Ideal for family and en unfurn. Price turn. $9000 with
qualltylng. 1432 NE 14th Ter. BARGAIN!! Only $300 Down No over 1600 sq. ft. of LIVING tertaining. Central heat and central good terms. Phone owner after
.Phone 374-4068. Qualifying! 3 BR, 2 Bath, Central Fireplace 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. SPACE plus screened air conditioning and one 6:00 PM. 372-4407 or 462-1175. & 37th St. double
with ,
BY OWNER. FINLEY AREA.* 2 heat and central air conditioning hardwood floors, a study all situated porch. on n I cely landscaped you must see. Shown by appointment bedroom, one bath model acecess
BEAUTIFUL 2 to 5 ..
built In kitchen. Lot 100 only. acre bath. exterior elevation lOOx- '
land- Stunning
Bedroom, separate dining room. on a beautiful large lotin NO RTH- to master
estates. Choice of
Large secluded screened porch. 'x 100. trees and roses In yard. scaped and wooded lot. $700 WEST,convenient to schools GOOD BUY Owner leaving permanent pasture. J wooded miles west or I I 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down. FHA.
Needs some painting. $101.33 down to qualified FHA buyer & University. Can be .
,Fireplace lovelyyard walking TERMSWalter
.distance to University. FR 2- mo. with homestead exemption. moves your family In to this bought FHA or for a REAL town and must sell 4 bedroom of Gainesville. $400 per acre- Monthly payments only'$81.00 per month 'W --
2 bath home, living famIly be the first to make your choice
9757.HOUSE. 1904 NW 38th Dr. Phone 2-9545 comfortable "a r II t ocrat" of BARGAIN make an offeron room
days. 6-9048 nights. homes. & room built-in kitchen and Call or see United I Farm
equity assume pres-
screened Central heat and Agency i. 3722954.
.sale by owner. Lrg. 3 BR. 2 LAST OPPORTUNITY 500.ent financing.Call 6-0817.Asking $15- central air conditioning. Pricedto Stubbs, Inc. $15,000 -- I.-
bath home. Has Fla. Rm.. Living 3 and 4 unit U. of F. Flavet type Lakefront BeautyPriced sell. ,

Rm.. Inside Patio Garden Apt. buildings. Ideal for lake at only 25000. This 4 bedroom CHARACTER. CHARM & FLAIR E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN -.- -- -
extra large porch. built in kitchen place or inexpensive rentals. Is J. J. FINLEY We have two
2 bath residence on a -Eloquent sunken living
central heat & air condo Must be moved from University beautiful Lake Santa Fe lot and room with fireplace large excellent buys In 3 bedroom JR. "We Trade Houses"NO Three bedroom, two bath Sherwood mode! J20Q ,

'many extra features plus large property by June 15. BEST Is right In Mel rose. Non-f I n er dining area, modern builtIn homes within walking distanceto square feet of modern living space. Only $100 down .
'k>*. Desirable terms Durant OFFER. Ph. FR 6-4924. and non-nearer to Gainesville.Live kitchen. 3 large bed- Finiey. Both are available for Homes. Lots. Income. Business -
'Estates 561 N.W. 58th St. Call at the lake and relax 2 baths & large immediate occupancy and both and Lake Property. VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments approximately
'2-0954. STUDENT sacrificing 2 bedroom Florida room. Central heat are excellent buys. and pricesare Farms and Acreage. $91.00 per unit complete. _
CCB home. Partly furnished, In-
3. BR.. 1 bath.. CCB home. Stove cluding appL and washing mach. & AIRCONDITIONING for 638
refrigerator air conditioner. 18 minutes from Univ.. few ARNOLDREALTY summer months ahead. MELTON MANOR Under 10. FR 6-2032 Broker FR ST. 6mMcCOY'S DOWN PAYMNTVANEW -
'Central heat. Drive by 2503 N.E. blocks to grade school. Ig lot. Situated on % ACRE wood- 000 new 3 bedroom homes built 3 BR. 2 BATH $12,250 :
'10th Terr then call 376-5890. 9500. 4117 N.W. 11th St. FR 2- ed lot In exclusive area. under FHA specifications and -
COMPANY Only 2 ,500 with terms to 2000 SQ.: FT.
4435. 5 30.
FOR sale or trade. Furnished or : Multiple Listing Member suit FHA or conventional available to qualified buyers MINIMUM DOWN FHA f
I unfurnished. 2 bedroom CCB. 1219 W. Univ. Ave. 3723522 financing. Call 6-0817. with FHA financing. No: closIng -
Tile bath. hardwood floors. carport KOREANVETERANS Associates: Pete Sleg costs and no city taxes.. LOW MONTHLY Our best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone

'' front porch. N.W. loca Jane Caldwell F. W. Hodge $301 DOWN & S66 per mo. IncL Macoma Homes PAYMENTS bath home. new and distinctively different .,t. $400
.tion. Near school and shopping Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman taxes & ins. buys 3 bedroom ,
center. Will consider late model Charlie Mayo Jimmy Greene home In. excellent MM. $9495 BUYS down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees $74.00 a month

;car or large boat In trade. Only BR. 1$100 and down 2 Bath N.W.Homes.New Immediate 3 N.E. 4 Bedroom. 2 bath large condition. Call 6-0817. Inc. NEW 3-BR HOME total payments. Newly clean and ready for j family.All .
,Phone 3723039. For Sale very attractive 3- walk to elementary and Junior High
occupancy. All city servo kitchen screened porch. Stove. ONLY $500 DOWN city services, .
3 BR. Air conditioner near Schools. Claude M. "Red" Franks Realtor bedroom 1-bath home. 4417 schools.
$550 or terms. new ices. 3 biles to elementary and ParrishAND PER MONTHNO
.' I bath. patio stove and refrig. $80 lunlor high schools. Price $11250 Swim Club paid. V-A Loan. Myrtle. E.Lassiter"Bill" Harris AssociateWm. Associate distance E. University to Ave.Lake; walking Forest $66.96 CLOSING COSTS All of these homes are located on N.\y. 39th: Street..
NE Down 372-
per mo. Avail. now. 2/11 to $15,000 Including brick colo Payment arranged.
St. Phone 376-0817 Schools. N.W. 13th and 14th Place and are readily accessible .
llth St. 374-1494. nials. Total monthly paymentsfrom 1854. 7 N.E. 1st ASSOCIATES. INC. Price $12,500. $500 1
$75. Located N.W. 39th St. Res 374-2927 Or 372-7943 MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. down and $79.50 per month. 5-BR. 2BATH. to downtown, medical center, VA Hospital and
ARMY Officer transferred must N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call 3 BR CCB house corner lot fenced MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING Wayne Hill Helen Graham Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy FLORIDA ROOM shopping center.
.sell. 3 BR. 2 bam Fla. room. back yard. 4 yr. equity. 2215
29545 daily and 6-9048 nights. SALE BY OWNER, 2 Bed Carolyn Gardenhlre Mary Parrish Jr. Day FR 67290. nights FR HEAT AND
:In N. W. Near School. tlWOO. NE ism Terr. FR 2-5538 after I CCB retirement home. 19 NE First St. Tel. 372-5375 I 6-5015. Office corner N. Main
BUTLER BROS. 4 00 PM. room.
Negotiate equity. FR 25043. : AIR CONDITIONINGON ,
23rd Blvd.EYES
100' lot. 6 blocks
Shaded 100
from Stephen Foster Elementary GLADYS SMITHIf BEAUTIFUL WHY PAY RENT?

School. Call 376-8094 after 6 p.m. you have considered the lovely WOODED LOT. .
IN THE area of Idlywild as a choice .
FUN home location here's a home I RIGHT! POSSIBLE 90%
t recommend .
can honestly FINANCINGDAN
*, .FORDYCEREALTOR and at a price established by See real dream living In Shadow BUTLER BROTHERSPhone
FHA appraisers. T h r ee bed- Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. BYRDASSOCIATES
rooms, family room. fireplace,
Oliver. Bldr.Ph. INC.
built-in range and oven. See itl
FR 2-0146 '
Call 3725393. West on NW 39th Ave. past 825 N.W. 13th ST.,

One of the best buys we have at tile Glen Springs Intersec I PH. 372-2511 : FR 2-9545 daily: FR 6-0948 night
this time Is a lovely home on tion. Sea siga aa left.
Nice a small acreage. lots of privacyand
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3 bedroom 2 bath home. Yard Junior can have a pony.
SUNBOATS completely fenced, well landscaped Plenty of room for a growing I
in a good location. Reasonably family or many visiting rel C .
.priced $14800 Contact atives. Unique in construction,, ". -
Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. 376- with a beautiful view fro" each I
1234. floor to ceiling window. The
HOUSE is vacant, ready for you II' Z
BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION to move right in. And we are I ; )
_ _ Income PropertyIn the only office with a key. Call

WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76th 24" GRILLS the heart of downtown. H a use 3725393. .

HUNTER Fiberglass Flshigg! ir Plywood fishing boats. HOOD-SPiT AND MOTOR' and apartment available. $9,800
A good address and lust whatyou've
Boat introduced by FRANKPHILPOTT $49 JO $10.99- total price and excellent 'financ
A three
ing. Call today Fordyce & Associates been wanting. -- -
two bath lust
EASY TERMS OR CENTRAL; THE TACKLE BOX 725 N. Main 312-3531. Inc, 376-1236. West bedroom of the University. Beautiful '*v -- --2;;; ;:, -- :'

CHARGE Tha Heart Of East GaIneSYUI.- _ _ built-in kitchen cool air-con-
Perfect Home
ditioning plus a fireplace for f
FRANK PHILPOTTSSPORT Check with Charlie too cool evenings. Lovely large
CENTER FR 2-1791. List of Classifications to choose 4 bedroom. 2V4 baths. centrally lot .big enough for your swim
heated, beautiful interior. WithIn -
Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ froni walking distance of West- ming pool. Can us at 3725393to
Fishing Boats. wood and Littlewood Schoo I s. see It.GLADYS.
ALACHUA COUNTY'S Contact Fordyce & Associates .-
-Where Quality Sells Itself ONLY DEALER Skiing Swimming-Diving. Inc., 376-1236. SMITH. Realtor ; z- -_ ,
JOHNSON Associates: -
NW. 14th Ave. Fishing Equipment. Ben Griffin Anna HInson -
fR2 25011 or R" -6W SEA HORSE MOTORS DeluxeIs Caroline Noyes Florence Burns :;
Multiple Listing MemberNO -
truly descriptive of this 3 bedroom 4

Lone Star Boats. Orlando -
Mon. Thru FrL M pjn. SaL M Clipper
Boats. Ski supplies. Sailing rigs.CAIRO'S Gplflng Equipment. 2 bath home. Beautiful DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. J
kitchen and family room. Situ- bath. Central heat, central air ,
MARINE Tennis Equipment. ated on an attractive lot In the cond. Northwest. $19,000. Call SEE THE MILLBRAE TODAY
601 S. MAIN ST. N.W. section. Contact Fordyce 3762927. '

_ _ _ Baseball Equipment. Associates, Inc., 376-1236. SEEING IS BELIEVING -

1918 N.W. llth Road 3 BR with 2 One of 11 New Quality Homes at Highland Court ManorDIRECTIONS
Sun Want Ads FORDYCEAssociates .paneled Den which may be usedas .
4 BR. Dining room. Uving -
Florida 2 4 2 Baths
room adjoining room. Bedrooms. -
BE CAREFREE Plus many many more. Inc. full tiled baths. patio electric _
Enjoy a clean and healthy pool. Real Estate Exchangers Kitchen and with built-in utility dishwasher.and store NOTHING DOWN VA
Get Results Master Pool Service Inc. Multiple Listing Realtors age.oven HW range floors. Central heat Drive North on Main turn right at HE

Supplies service. It Monthly cleaning Grace Dudley S.Goulden Fordyce, Associate Broker and Finley air-conditioning.and GHS. FR Convenientto 2-1053 ($400 closing cost) 23rd Blvd., continue toE: 12th, St. and -_ .i

FR 2-5343 6-0040 2-3171 SERVICE DIRECTORY Harvey Benton, Associate for Inspection. TURN LEFT. Follow signs to home on

926 W. Univ. 376-1236 LITTLEWOOD AREA Only $108.12 per month NE 31st Ave.

3 Bedrooms \Vi.bah. built In kitchen ,
on a well shaded lot. Minimum 4 B R. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living

MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in the has monthly strip down payments.hardwood payment.This floors.FHA.home For low 1 2 area.blk.biles central from from Westwood heat LHUewood built-in Jr. elem.High kit. HIGHLAND COURT MANOR by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONSales :

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

Builders of Kingsbury Homes. Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 Phone 3723471RLj --
Phone 3722527. Nights 3727401. NW. 13th Ave. 3722893. :
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Wednesday, May 13, 1954 Gainesville Sun 27

: 45 furnished Apt*. 45: Furnished Apts. r 47 Houses for Rent Furn. 66 Mise .For Sal, 77 Mobil. Homes for Sale I

Value Rated DODGE-DART
(RAND. NEW .BR' apt.. .ut floor.
-f/etee married couple and Ideal LARGE 3 BR. W bath. tg. living 2 nlshed STORY :3 bedroom. 2 bath fur. Printed Pattern ALL metal portable bar wIth 1962 PACEMAKER. IB x 45. In DODGETRUCKS
Jor students. Near Stephen Fos- rm. dining rm. combination. house. 1005 SW 13th St. formica top. In good condItion. excellent condition. $385. Can FORD Fairlane. I960. Radio. Used Cars -

;ter. _Phone. 872- 011. Price S7$ per mo. Water turn. 3472.$125 per month. Phone FR 6- 9205 SIZES 10-20 $16. Call FR 25415 after 4.00 be financed locally. Please call heater. white walls. V'". standard POOLE-GABLE '-
_-Call 372-2907. P.M. FR 2-1637 between 3 and I p.m. shift. Good condition. $600. B&G MOTOR CO.
100 N.E. fth St. FR 2-7957.
BURNISHED" Apartment for rent 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. TWO Thermostat 20 Inch win 119 SE First Ave.
WEBUY Cadillac OldsmobiU I
'WIth living Rnv. bedroom till Near University. See at 411 N.W. dow fans with frames; tour MERCURY 1955 Station wagon. -
;bath, 'alr Apt. FR FORDYCE RENTALS ,
2456f.RENT .
.. mo. $20 each. Phone 4-4348. mission. Good tires. Good con
Call our agency to find the dollar paid. phone 376-0571.
Mt FOR SALE One Thayer play dition. 1-owner. 3722340.
FOR 1 bedroom furnished 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & house you wish. Many listed. t pen with pad. $1240; one Cosco Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES
..pal1ment..CIeM and coot S60 clean. For married couples on Also apartments furnished. lumper chair with tray S3. BothIn SAVE to $1400 OLDSMOBILE 98, 1953. 4 door
month. Water furnished. Call ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea FORDYCEASSOCIATES excellent condition. Call FR BANK FINANCING sedan. Very good condition. $295.
Ronnie-Hayward, FR 2-4761 or sonable. Call 374-7844. y 2-2451. NEW. IX wide mobile homes FR 2-4017. 3 to 7 p.m.
F R 0-9134. INC. Town & Country Trailer Sales
EFFICIENCY apt.. private entrance DEEP WELL PUMP and tank. RAMBLER 63. white 2-door.
926 W. Univ. 3860 5W. Archer Rd. FR 2-2290.
374-1234 It's True!
& bath. Lights & hot water complete. $55. Call 372-0895. power steering. radio and heater Yes
BEAUTIFUULY. furnished air furnished. Summer student 2 BR Kit. equipped. 1206 N.E. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS excellent condition. Phone I
conditioned, 1 bedroom apt preferred. Ph. FR 4-5824. 9th Ave. $85 a moo Call McKinney t FIRST $25 buys Hoover Upright. Butts Mobile Homes. Inc 2-5992.
Across street.from Norman Halt. Green. Inc. FR 2-3617. Vacuum. complete with all attachments 4920 NW 13 St 374-834
Very large 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent excellent condition. VOL KS WAGON. 1961 Pane NO FLIM-FLAM
rooms. 2 closets inbedroom.
3 BR house at 1311 NE 14th Terr. Phone NOW SHOWING
.. Immaculate condition. 1-1 BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 2-5489. truck. low mileage. excellent
NE 4th Ave. Stove & refrigerator $115 per 1944 MOBILE HOMES
condition. $1095. 503 SW 2nd Ave.
Permanent tenants desired. No RCA PORTABLE record player i 8.
mo. Phone FR 6-2472. Wesema 2 and 3 bedrooms all Floor
children or pets. Rent WO month. 2 ROOM. one bath. Realty. leather case. 45 speed Good con Plans. Terms tailored to meet Phone 372-2151.
-AppI 1127 S.W. 5tti Ave. or ment. quiet garage ayrt dition. 25. Call 376-1131. your budget. Drive a little and VW. 1956 Camper new tires. recent NO GIMMICKS !
very neIghborh.'bdsuItable ,
call PR "24l1L: FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. savealotat overhaul on engine & trans.
for one ADMIRAL 18 cubic Ft. Refrigerator
person or cou 2 bath central heat. butlt-i
ple. Call FR 6-1730. frost free. Good. $45. Eng- CONNOLLYMobile mission. Needs pelnt. $595.
stove. Call 485-3811 after :3
Very clean, nicely furnished 1 bedroom p.m. _-- IRis Bike Loaded $14. FR 2- Home Sales Inc. Phone 3764690.I
apartment. Tile bath. us. 2 BR trailer 8 x 45. swimming UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. 3075. 2 Miles North on U. S. 441 HAVE A '63 Ford Fastback. 390 New 1964 CMC Pickups

733 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 4-0444 or pool. Can 372-1347 evenings. $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- 5- Phone 4224144 engine with 3 spd. trans. $400
FR room house. $40 month. Furnished Closed
2-9549, Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. SundaysFor
for S1300 equity low'mil. Call
1 Bedroom living room. kitchen. duplex apt., $90 month. FR : 1962. Just like *
rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON 6-3436 after 4:00 PM.
Modern. $75 new never been used. $125.
NEW modern, 1 BR, alr-condl- per month. 212 SE 4-7444.
tioned apartment next to Holiday 7th St. Call Mc-Kinney Green. Easy terms can be errang d. house trailer. 10 x 55'.Phone FR MUST SELL '63 MG Midget Ice DOWN
Inc. FR 2-3617. 3 BR. 1 bath, scr. porch tie Phone 4-0318. 2-1313. Can be seen 1224 E. Univ. $175
Inn adults only no pets, blue. white walls tonneau radio -
9th Ave.
range. 530 N.E. St. $95 mo
$90 per mo.. water turn. Call I ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna & heater. Good condition.Call .
TWO bedroom available May 8th Call McKInney -
'372-3488 or 374-4340. furnished apt. TWO bedroom noose trailer 5900. 372-2786.
Double stack complete. NothIng -
near Univ. & Alachua General Green. Inc. FR 2-3617.
trailer $750.
one bedroom house
1 BR. 1226V4 NW 8th St.. $45 Hospital. Ph. FR 4-7955. Gaines. else to buy. SIS. Brants. BRING out the best In your car. $ L11
per 2' BR. living rm.. dining area 513 N.W. 8th Avenue.DOWLING3 Can be rented. Phone =V4-8234
Call Inc. Vile! or write R. T. Stroud P. O. Superior Auto painting & body
mo. McKlnney-Green kitchen. Fla. Rm.. utility rm Monday to Friday 9 to SIT'S Per Month
Box work. Fast dependable service;
'FR 2-3417. 345. St. Augustine. UPHOLSTERY
& carport. Located on 441 14
mi. S. of Gainesville. $45. Ph. Chairs. low as $8. No money FOOLISHto free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S
ONE-1 BR turn apt with private 2 BR LR.j screened porch PM'tially 444-3418. down low as $5 per month. BODY WORKS. 2031 NW 6th St.
ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air furnished. $S5 per month. Free estimates pickup and delivery pay more. RECKLESS to FR 6-9707.
conditioner. Walking dist. to 110 SW 4th Ave. Call McKInney- NEW red brick home for rent. 3 service. All work guaran- pay less. GET THE REAL Including : License tog, state sales tax, life
RENAULT. 2.000 miles. $1195
Green. Inc. FR BR. kitchen. living carport FACTS. Payments as low as
town. Call FR 25514. 2-3617. room. teed. Phone 374-7784.
and utility room. lot N.W $57.29 per month with $300 down. 1961 Corvalr coupe. auto trans. $995. insurance, and finance charges.

FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per 1 BR. furnished apt., water fur. 40th Ave. 1 Blk. from Stephen TR"'DElour costly to operate LAKE GENEVA 1960 VouxhalU $350
1962 Ford Galaxie ......._.. 1495
-'rno.- water and lights turn. Call nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $40 Foster School. $115 per moo to ELECTRIC water heater. and Mobile Homes Sales
FR 2-1823. or FR 2-3794. per mo. Call 376-26-C 1 or 374-2930 right party. Call 481-2418. I $48 for a new glassllned GAS Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. 1963 Corvalr Monza. 4 In floor Pontiac
ask for Mr. Haynes. water heater. Much more hot R&H, steal at $1495. Tropical
I'' & 2 BR 1 blk from campus. 2 t BR unfurn. house with stove. water at about half the cost with 1963 Comet. custom 4-D H aV H,

air cond. optional $74 $101 per EAST SIDE large yard.. quiet street $45 per OUR LP GAS. PROPANE BELIEVE IT $1495.
mo. Call McKInney Green. Inc. mo. Phone 2-3329. ARCHER ROAD. FR 4-5110. Phone 372-3407: or. FR 2-0245. CMC Truck Center

_3723617. GARDENAPARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM living Rm. dining FOR SALE formats size to 11. OR NOTSave RAULERSON MOTORSHome
Rm. bath. big screened porch. Phone 374-2185 2036 NW 9th 302 NW 8th Ave. FR 2-2583
of A-l Used
f BR. furnished apartment. No garage range. heating stove. <'.. Ave. $400. 10 x 46 2 BR furnished
pets. 311 S.E. tth St. Phone FR only $3195. $350.40 down. CARS and TRUCKSWE
$45 MO. 917 S.E. 4th Ave. FR
..,,,. $57 per month 2-8410. REPOSSESSED SEWING MACHINE $54.09 per month. BUY SELL AND TRADE
: up White AUTOMATIC. Zlg-Zag. Over 50 models to choose from 1611 Hawthorne Rd. 3725285. __n n __ ___
NICELY furnished convenient Gainesville's Finest RENTALSWe r 1 1944 model with 20 discs. Makes TRAILER MARTHWY. SAVE SJC>>.S400. '63 Chevy SS

downtown area. $75. Also garage Furnished or unfurnished over 60 different designs. Does Impala new tires. everything
apt. air conditioned. $90. Adults Lovely 1 and 2 bedroom apart- have many attractive rentalsIn everything makes buttonholes. 17 PHONE 328-1050 but air. 930 NE 10th Ave.
only no pets. Inquire Lillian's ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- apartments houses. turn and blind hems. sews on buttons. SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 SPRING SELLING SPREE
Music Store.PRIVATE 9608. unfurn. Call Retails $300. Balance due $145. EAST PALATKA FLORIDA 1951 DODGE, runs good,
REALTOR ''ty-.11f iMl1IfCt.\-r. Take up payments $10 month. .
newly painted. CloseIn. CLEAN 1 BR apt. furnished. large Like brand new. Call FR 2-2051. $75. See at 805 NE 12th
3 rooms and bath. Hot and rooms. garage. water furnished. 019 W. UniV. FR 6-4471 78 TRUCKS FOR SALEINTERNATIONAL : Ave.

,cold water furnished. Off street quiet location. NW atction. No SMALL house. 1 large room SHIFT to summer's favorite LARGE FORMICA table and 4 SAVE $ $ ON
parking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd pets. Call 374-7925. I kitchen. tile bath stove & re- shift sew It with or without chairs. $25: Couch $15; Phone MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963
Place. miles out Archer Rd. 372-1854. truck. t4 ton. factory
frig. 5 sleeves wear It with or without a air-conditioning power-
NICE 2 BR furnished apt. Private $30 per mo. FR 4-3327 belt. Make it In linen cotton den- SHALLOW well pump one horsepower 1955 model, 4 new tires. new steering power brakes R a H
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto bath & entrance. Water fur. battery good condition cost $2500. Call 2-4547.
Im. Dacron.Printed complete with air tank
shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. nished. $58 per mo. Phone FR NEWLY painted inside. Living $350. Call 448-1143 after 5:00
Pattern 9205 Misses' & all fittings. heeded for complete SELECT USED CARS
Phone FR 21391. $45 per month. 2-9704 or 2-9195. room and dining room com week-days. 56 4-door Chevy air-cond.. new
bined. 2 bedroom. bath kitchen. Sizes 10. 12. 14, 14 18. 20. Size Installation. plus about 30 white sidewall tires new paint.
COOL first floor 1 BR apartmentIn 16 sleeveless dress takes 3 ft. 114 & 2" galvanized pipe.
CLEAN and neat near campus shady yard. $55 month. Inquire yards TRUCKS FOR SALEPRICEDTOSELL 211 V-8, excellent condition. See
and shopping one bedroom prefer exceptional residential location. 1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call FR :39-inch fabric. May be seen after 5 P.M. any at 3020 N.E. 14th Drive or call
married tenants. Call any $60 per mo. Includes most 4-4701 FIFTY CENTS In coins for this afternoon at 711 NE 11th Ave. 6-9723. $(SO. 64 Rambler 660 Station Wagon, Automatic,

time. utilities. Call 4-8043. patternadd 15 cents for each GOOD HEARING IS ONE'Of (1) 1956 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed Radio Air Executive's .
2 BR. 1 bath house for rent. $40 pattern for first class mailing your 51 PLYMOUTH. 2 door. 6, stick; Coditioe Reclining Seats.
Ralph FOSSEY RealtorII APT. 3505 NW 17th St. $35 per most Valuable Assets. Don't Neg- (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed
FR 2-4934. excellent tires
W. University Ave. Ph. 374-1359 mOo Call McKInney Green. Inc. per month. Call and special handling. Send to MarIan lect it. Visit Gainesville HearingAid (1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed paint lob. and brakes. new .
very good mechanical
"Selling Florida Since 1904" FR 23617. 2 BR house with 2 screened porch Martin. Gainesville Sun Pattern Co. Today. 620 North Main condition $150.
es. In NW section. Good condI- Dept., 232 West 18th St., New Street. or Phone FR 60095. (1) 1954 INTL School Bus See at 216-U Fla-
NEW FURNISHED 3-ROOM tion. Water furnished. $75 per York 11. N. Y. Print plainly vet III. or call 4-5833. 63 Ford Foirlane 4-dr., automatic transmission -
46 Unfurnished Apts. mo. Phone FR 4-3268 FLORIDA FRYERSPaul Sedan Deville.
Nicest In town. Good location SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. by appointment. Phone Thames Make an offer. For appt. to.see radio . . $1995
on bus line. Couples only. Nopet' 3 BR. 2 bath. CCB built-in range YOUR FREE PATTERN IS FR 2-8889. Phone phone 372-0481.
& dishwasher. large fenced back READY 2-1900
choose It from 250 design
$40 Month NEW 1 BR duplex apt.. kitchen yard. 1100 NE 15th Place. Ideas In new SPRING-SUM. THE best costs less. Cook for less VAN TYPE Chevrolet truck. 12' EXTRA clean cars. *9S to $595. 62 Rambler Ambassador bucket seats auto-
with Phil Inc
equipped. $40 month gas from Fullgas ,
per a 98
MER Pattern day 50-50 guarantee. No down
Apply 814 NE 8th Ave.I unfurnished Catlog lust outl body in good shape motor &
2 BR
FOR RENT Phone 3765392.
year's lease. Ph. 374-8372 days. Dresses. payment small matic transmission air conditioned solex
frame house. 1941 NW 31st Place. sportswear coats, morel tires fair. Would make an excel. weekly or month ,
,BR air conditioner. fenced yardcompletely 374-7327 evenings. Send_ 50 cents now. NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers lent camping truck. May be In- I ly payments. H & H Motors
furnished near shopping TWO bedroom duplex. kit 3 BR house. all electric kitchen edgers tampers light spected at 224 SW Sm St. I ._1636 SE 3rd Ave. Phone 372-3749. glass nice . . & . . $2195

8. school. Phone FR 4-0430. chen equipped. $35 per month. living rm. carpeted. Available plants. cable. Wisconsin Briggs 1964 4-door alr-cond. CHEVY II
S.. at 4164 NW 6th St. June 1st. $85 per mo. 930 NE S1Wont.d To Rent & Stratton. new and used mo Nova. This car Is one month 63 MOJIZO Coupe. Automatic Transmission, '
LARGE CLEAN 1 BR. 12th Ave. Phone 3722926. tors. Rental sales and service. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals
UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms 3 I bedroom 2 bath house. Northwest old and Is being offered at $450 Radio, Heater. Wide bucket seats white walls
Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
Low Summer Rates. 306 N.E. 5th below lowest
unfurnished available Gainesville
living room. kitchen. BEDROOM section shaded lot no chil. 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. little 8000 miles like $2195
Ave. FR 4-0949.) a over new .
bath. Freshly redecorated. 4 12 stove refrigerator and heater. dren. Call evenings or Saturday. RENT a truck one-way anywhere price. Call FR 6-9951 daysor
miles from downtown. Good location 4413 NW. 13th St. $70 month. FR 4-3177.: CAMPING Trailer. camping equipment In the USA. from United RentAlls. FR 6-2378 evenings.
2- rear Bedroom.of SOS furnished N.W. 14th apartment Ave., $90 for children. $75 month. FR f-tUt. 6-293B Mr. Haynes. radial arm saw. Fishing 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835. 59 Plymouth 9 passenger station wagon automatic -

Call FR 2-3419 until 5, FR 22448 boat and motor. Several miscellaneous 87 Automobiles Wonter transmission radio heater
month. Phone 4-2823. 54
per Business Rentals ,
of furniture.
after 5. Saturday and Sunday. 49 Rooms for Rent pieces

FURNISHED apartment for rent Utility trailer. See John Teter. 83 Motorcycles & Scooters Wanted 1950 thru 1954 Fords steering. power brakes . . . S795
TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately
"for two male only. air-condi PkiVATEROOM with bath 1 Blk. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. Alachua Evenings Afternoons. and Chevrolet 916 S.E. 4th

'tioning central heating u t II. ; stove; lower and refrig.level. situated of duplex from campus $35 a month. 1104 2nd St. call John Merrill. Real- Saturday's and Sundays. 1959 MO-PED. needs work. St. Al Herndon Service Station. 61 Falcon 2 door, heater, 1 owner $945

:turnlshed. Phone 2-8433 or 4-4173. about 3 blks. off campus. 1105 S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. tor. FR 2-1494. BUILD your own trailer. Complete

NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone NICE downstairs rooms. close AIR CONDITIONED Hammerblow axle unit. with $30 Phone FR 6-7317. FOR THE 61 Rambler American, 4-door, radio, heater,
AIR-CONDITIONED I 1 bedroom I FR 4-5871. entrance off-street NEARLY springs. wheels and tires. $40. CRUISAIRE COREC
'twin beds. Danish I modern fur In. private 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. FR location at new modem office or See John Teter. Alachua evenings 60 or Lambretta 63. TIME clean . . . . . $995
parking. 3733 West Univ. Ave. Mechanically excellent. good .
nlture. Located corner of 20th 1 BR. duplex. kltch equip. Newly
St. and 4th Ave. N.W. $90 month. II redecorated. $50 month. Couples 2-2582. Ph. FR 6-2472.. Weseman Realty. and Sundays., afternoons. Saturda y s, or transportation Univ. Call FR 2-8426 61 Rambler, 6-cyl, 4-dor, air condition.automatic -
1113 ext. 2355.
N. Main
St. FR 2-1411
.Call FR 2-1714. only. 21 NE 13th St.. FR 20374. NICELY furnished room. Maid I

UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom service. Parking space. Reason- N.W. 13th St. Building to be con- FOR SALE Antique roll top Allstate 1962. 1600 miles. $140. trans., radio, a real buy . $1195
CNE! BEDROOM furnished in-! duplex. able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone structed. Space available for desk. Approx. price $75. Can fce call anytime FR 68566. Courtesy Of .
2207 SE 45th Ter.
eludIng curtains and blinds. All $50 per FR 6-7423. physician dentist. seen at 1310 S. Main, or call 60 Buick, Electro 4 door automatic trans
month. FR 22372. pharmacy 1949 Chevrolet
4-8844. Harley Davidson motor cycle
.utilities furnished except electricity. Uninf5it
102 NW 13th St. Men -Women. beauty shop and barber 74 cu. In. OHV. Runs fine. $175. mission, radio heater steering
Nice location. $40 month. PARTLY furnished garage apart _shop. If Interested Call 374-1831. REPOSSESSED Slant Needle N. St. at 16th Ave. power ,
Phone FR
and apts. near campus __ 6-7089 after 6 P.M.
,FR 2-3974 424 N.E. 4th St. 407 N. E. rooms
ment. 9th St. Phone
brakes excellent condition
and attachments in
Singer. Zig Zag .
FR 6-3000. day week. month. FR 4-2937 or FOR RENT Concrete block: build- power ,

EFFICIENCY apartment private FR 6-1082. Ing. 3V x 80 plus 2 sheds overcasts, appliques satin switch.monogra m etc.s. 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS . . . . . . . $1595
bath and entrance. Very clean. connected to main bldg. Ideal
ROOM and board for girls. Use $6.59 per moo Balance S47. 815
Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. of washing machine. Call FR 6- for per auto mo. 4431 repair NW shop.6th etc.St. Call S140 W. Univ. Ave. Phone 374-1075. SPECIAL auto painting $29.95. Au VOLKSWAGENMILLER 60 Chevrolet 9 passenger station wagon, auto-

1 Bedroom duplex. lights and 4083. 372-8554 any day after 6 P.M. tomotive repairs and tuneup. matic transmission power steering and
.water furnished. Couples only. bath. entrance. and 70 Boats-Marine Equip. Miller & Sons 732 N.W. 1st St. ,

,No children or pets. Call FR ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom. PRIVATE parking. Nicely furnished. New Phone 3720080. brakes . . . . . . $1295
,4-5824. large Florida room. month or N.E. 7th St. .56 Business H'\ Span-American Boat and eo AIR-
year. MAthewson Manor. C a II refrigerator. 1516 Opportunities H.P. Mercury and Trailer. Small CONDITIONING. Tune up I
42 AIR conditioned trailer. water GR 5-2530. AIR-CONDITIONED room for Special. $2.50 for performance .
equity and take over payments.Call
PAYING Retail business in Gaines test. All makes and models. ONE WEEK SPECIALS
.& garbage furnished. Student 3 BR. living rm.. dining rm.. $90 rent. State Inspected private ville. Busy main Rd.'Take after 5 p.m. FR 2-0377 3937 Hawes Powers Motor ,
Co., Air .
couples only. Near Univ. $75. linens and utilities over. (Vh
106 entrance S.W. 37th St. Mr. Lynn. '
per mo. NW 10th St. Prefer
only Cash.
Includes Conditioning
3725182. furnished. kitchenette. $12.50 fixtures Servicing Center. 59 Bui k station $895
male students. Green. .
McKInney wagon
& stock. boat ,
Inc. FR 2.3617.B"'CHELOR weekly. men only. Phone 372- Write Box 414-A ONE 14 NEWSOME fishing 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2- BROWN
Gainesville Sun. with 1957 Johnson elec. starting 2561. aUTI.'UI
CLEAN BR. upstairs apartment
near Campus. $90 per mOo Beach House. 24 1565. GOING BUSINESSES motor. and heavy duty trailer 1030 E. Univ. -- 61 Rambler, Station Wagon ...$895

Phone 23329.DUPLEX miles out of Gainesville. Expensive MEN STUDENTS ONE of the best Service Stations with 2 new tires $500. Call FR I 85 Automobiles for Sal FR 2-3582
but worth It. Phone GR Doubles 3-4548. I
comfortable rooms In
town. Inventory; low lease. 61 Falcon Station $995
2 BR furnished Gas 5-2530. .
apt. and singles $22.50 and $32.50 16' FIBERGLASS boat 75 HP Elgin .

.for cooking & heating. Cold 2 BR. nice lot. fenced. $90 per monthly. Phone 2-9222. TREMENDOUSI General Store; motor. Trailer top and aft BUICK 1954 and 1958 PLYMOUTH.

water furn. Private front & back mo. 1 B R. near campus. $75 per LARGE clean. cool room. access lovely living quarters; Acres; curtains. Full price $1900. Sears $75 a piece. Call FR 4-3570 after
'.entrance.- Phone' FR 24400. 1806 mOo Frank Roby at FR 4-2937 to shower & refrigerator. Linens stock & Terms 35000. Roebuck S. Co. No money down. 5pm. FAIRERBY 59 Mercury 4 door Automatic transmission -
18th Place.
or 2-4351. & maid service weekly. FR 2- Up to 36 months to pay.
21981. 414 NE 2nd Ave. SHARP Location for the Professional CHEVROLET '56. Good condition radio, heater A $aver . $895
MODERN EFFICIENCIES Air FOR RENT: 2 BR house fur. or 14 ft. FABUGLAS Commander R&H 4-dr., V-8 $395. Carl 4
conditioned Phone A. E. Harp nished. 20 SE 48th St. Call GR FURNISHED room for rent In man-HOME AND OFFICE Mark 75 Mercury engine elc. Don's Standard Service. 233 South
FR 6-5576. 5-5743 after 5:30 p.m. private home with kitchen privi tioned.-Furnished and Air condi- starter. Running light heavy Main St.CORV..IR 63 Jeep Wagoneer 4 door radio heater automatic -

leges. Working girl preferred.Call $15,000. Easy terms. duty trailer. $950. 2215 NE 15th "worn" hubs in excellent condition -
Purn. Duplex. 2 Bedroom. newly 2 BR. A-C unit. 210 NW 33rd Ave. :372-1431 or after s P.M. Ter. FR 2-5538 after 4 p.m. Monza '63, equipped FAR ,
S100 month. Call McKinney Green Ample Parking. with radio.
walking decorated.distance attractive to Campus.setting 902 Inc. FR 2-3617. FR 23770. ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR 17' FIBERGLASS Boat. 50 HP wall tires. 8,000 neater actual white miles.side . . . . . . $2695

"S.W. 4tn'Ave: $95 per mOot 2' BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E. NICE corner room in private Phone 374-5707-ANYTIME Johnson. Tee-Nee 4-wheel trail' Assume payments. small equi 1964
home. by day. week or month er. $1250. FR '-'961. 20 S.W. ty. Will consider elder car for
2nd Place. Corner 21st St. House !
BR Furnished duplex. 1917 NW open. Call FR 4-4230. men only. Call 6-3108. Located SHELL OIL COMPANY 23rd Street. equity. Call owner at 372-8441 NO DOWN PAYMENT
-36th Ave. $52 per mo. Call FR 1017 N.E. 8th Ave. Is now taking applications for ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. ,FAIRLANEAS
24224.STUDENTS.' 3 BR, house within walking distance service stations now under con 10 h.p. Merqury. $45. Call '
to University Hospital and AIR CONDITIONED attractive struction In Alachua County. 376-8996. DODGE STATION WAGON 6i, 56 Ford 2- air good condItion. take LOW AS
aV tip
2 3 bedroom University. For rent June thru clean. quiet room In new home. Please call Mr. Pope at FR paymentsof

conditioned apts. Available June August. $110 month. FR 2-5211. Kitchen privileges. Ideal for Student 2-5333 for application and ap 72 Office $54.24 per mOo Call 6-8153 or 57 Ply. 2dr. $31 Mon. 58 Rambler $32 Mon.
1st. Low summer rates. For 372-3102 or 372-8944. pointment. Paid training
appt. to see phone 372-0481 Mr. 3 BR. 2 Bath. Fla. Rm. Furnished and 57 Stud. $24 Mon. 56 Chevy Wa $12 Mon.
Kaplan. Home for rent. $125 per NICE front bedroom. $25 per guaranteed start. largest volume of- 1957 4 Dr. $500. Good 1996 Wag. ,

month. Call 4-4853 from 10.00 month. Kitchen privileges extra. EXCELLENT downtown Sincla r fice supply dealer. Chesnufs condition. Call_ FR 2-4568. I j I 57 Ford Wag. $24 MOB. 55 Metro $24 Mon.
2 BR. Nicely
Duplex. 4-1941. M* MM MV M. MM
furnished In Danish Modern. A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Service Station -open and doIng Office Equipment Co. Invites you
business will lease to reSponsible to In and shop. call for
with Fla. Rm., patio and fenced FURNISHED 3 bedroom home. come or GAINESVILLEAUTO Lots of Other Models for Lees Money
51 A Wanted To Rent with t
> party adequa e free delivery. Chesnufs Office
Clean. neighborhood. $105
yard. See at 1412 N.W. 8th St. Sinclair
Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. Refining Co. Equipment Co. 106 W. Univ. SALES
or call 44318. DINING Univ. staff. Desire Phone FR 6-022 or 2 512. SHAW
376-4873. 6-4402 McDonald. teaching Ave. In Downtown Gainesville.
I and 2 bedroom furnished apart. house by late Aug. :3 BR 1007 N. Main St. I RIDGWAY Motor- Co.
ments. some air conditioned. I ROOM. 2 bath very clean & preferred. Daughters 13 & 15. 61 Wanted to Buy 73 Musical Merchandise
Phone FR 2.6313Northcentrol KEETER
Summer rates. near University nicely furnished home at 109 NE References. Visiting Gainesville II
and Medical Center. 914 S. W. 3rd SL S150 per month. Ph. 374- early June. Please write F. Barnett Florida's
7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3<<2 or FR 0002 or contract H. G. Bellinger 607 Progress Blacksburg WANTED: water cooler must be ORGAN SALEOf 230 W.
6-2664. Starke. Va. priced reasonable and In good Christmas Left overs. All Largest Universit I 1132 South Main FR 2-8433
working condition. Call 372-8441 FR
Independent Dealer
ext. 20. 8-5 weekdays. fleW organs. Savings up to 30 2-0503 I ,
per cent. Earl's Piano Co.
CASH for your used furniture. refrigerators 702 W. Univ. Ave. 372-2222 .
stoves. TVs. clothIng -
SERVICESHr etc. FR 2-3937. William's WURLITZER
Service Center Hawthorne Road. organs America's are No.at Earl's 1 piano Piano and Co. YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FIND A GOOD NICKEL CIGAR BUT NOW YOU

WANTED set of body building Gainesville's evclushse Wurlltzer -

weights 2-2600.and dumb bells. PhoneFR :Ave. Dealer.Phone 702 372-2222.W. University CAN ENJOY THE LUXURY OF AIR NDITIONING FOR ONLY

And Business 62 Machinery & Tools _76 Airplane Sales-Rentals

TWO A.. Case combines with 4 PLACE Aeronca 15 AC. New
motors. both for $500. Call or paint. new fabric. new Interior.
I Bulldozing PAINTING write Eugene Haufler' Rt. X 45 hr. SMOH. hangered. Mark
Box 217 B, Gainesville FR 4- 11. $3195. Call FR 2-3563 after
WANTED: Painting. Free es- 3336. 5:30 p.m. r'C

SMALL bulldozer. loader. dump timates. No job too small. IiIiJ1c

., trucks.soil. Phone fill dirt 372:7a.c&lime. rock. Top Work guaranteed. Phone 64 Household Good Automotive !


BULLDOZERS & > ne. Back RANGES FROM $39.95.
noe. wheel tractors motor Plumbing Refrigerators from $49.95. 77 Mobile Homes for Sale _
grader. Free estimates. W. C. TV from 3995. ? -
: Machine (Buck) Johnson.. FR 6-4219. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 1951 HICKS trailer 8 x 43. with -
Service SEWER INSTALLEDNEW THE VARIETY STORE 11 x 30' cabana. AIr conditioned

& used fixtures completeplumbing 1 S.E. 1st AvenueFR 3 BR. furnished. Phone 376-7317.
Concrete service :BIG"
JIM 4-3484.
10 SO 2
FLEETWOOD, 1962. x

_ _ _ -_ Ino.HUGULEY.FR ?-158 Gainesville. Plumb- KNOTTY pine double bed with Bedrooms. Real Good condition. f
bookcase headboard and fo a m Reasonable price. Phone FR 2-.
CONCRETE finishino. Walks. rubber mattress also bed 1112. )
; single
Mercury Comet
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard RemodelingNEED with mattress good condition.call any new or purchased _ _
1957 VICTOR, 42 X S'. Sleeps 7.
mates.. etc.Call. expertly 372-3884. done.anytime.Esti _ _ _ 2-0548. Westinghouse washer. S1 6' !. now for a limited time your
NEED A NEW Florida room car T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Spartan imperial mansion. 36' COMfY
port. patio screened-in porch and Guaranteed sleeps .. $1295. 36' Office trailer. aW conditioner costs you only
etc? I3721049 now and get It done 43 Air conditioned. Sale or rent.
Refrigerators $39 .
_ _ FIRE EXTINGUISHERS for the summer months. Call from p $1395. 50 x 10 Hensley. 2 bedroom
Ranges from $39
after S P.M. for free 17 up like new. $2795. 3 miles
Washers from $1*
Appliance Repair & FLORIDA FIREEXTINGUISHER estimates. I Dryers from $4* up up South of Starke U.S. 301.

Air Conditioning CO. 2 Food-Freezers from st up
Upholstery 2 Dishwashers from $49 up
_ _ An types Sales of and Fire Service ExtinguIshers 10 TV Sets from $35 up WYATTTrailer I C.

Pick up and delivery service JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. 202-404
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP UPHOLSTER your furniture at
41* NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303
m- .C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-tSf reasonable prices. Call Sally.
', to air wdlttonlng end Appllance Sales f MONTEREY

I repairs. We sell guaranteed _ _Gainesville._ Fla._ Exoerlenced FR 6-W88. MAYTAG. WHIRLPOOL & KEL- -
etc. VINATORS. New automatic Caliente -
washers refrigerators. Horn of
. FR .Mortgage Broker .Sewing I Machine Repairs washers from $138.99. Pacemaker Mobile Homes ':: MO.NT
4026K.WE New Refrigerators from 15888. Shasta and Airstream 2&4DOORS LIRHARDTOPS

FIX IT CALL-SEWING MACHINE SETT New Freezers from $139.95. Travel Trailers
Any type appliance. electrical FHA and conventional at lowest VICE CO. 115 W. University New Icemaker refrig. from $279.95. Ocala's First Mobile Home MARAUDER
work or gasoline engine repairs current rates. Terms to 25 Ave. 376-1075. We repair alt WE .SERVICE WHAT WE SELL Dealer since 148
cone Immediately! '-and economi years. Will gladly discuss at no Mafces Work fully 9uerenteed. THE VARIETY STORE 1923 Silver Springs Blvd.
,cally. PICk ua ,and delivery. obligation. Call tomorrow. 1 S.E. 1st AvenueFR Phone 429-1358 STATION WAGONS BREEZEWAYNO
BUTLER 81 SONS J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Tires t-3484. Ocala. FU.
SERVICE CENTER :31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 Alignment
1538 NW 6th St. 316-'"' Brake Service

. : LOANS ON famous nationally known Mo GASSED IN HOME S*. BUY Gainesville 372-5111
\ 111' W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3522 hawk tires . Save up to FREEZERS 4k REFRIGERATORS $Hews e to (. Sunday It to 7 EQUIPPED .
FRED s.AiNOW 50% on new tires. See our new NEEDING REPAIR. FR 2-1330. Service Is a must with us.

I., REALTOR MORTGAGE MONEY wrap around retread that gives FOR SALE OR RENT deals on the hot car! That's the order of the day from your Man for the best
5 M per cent interest. Terms to Mercur
IEALITATSAPPRAISAl. more mileage & traction. L1tlI 66 MJsc ,.For Sal. Newberry Trailer Park one mile
I SERYICI 25 years. nee, Tire -Co 623 N. Main St Norm en 41. S50S Down "' per trade in allowances around. Comet Sales are up a whopping 131 a year! The hottest

I mt'"W., UNIV 'VE I w. 37N522- BUY BUILD Call- FINANCE BEAUTIFUL colerful mounted month. Total $900 car in the hot-car stable irthe Comet Caliente. Here is elegance teamed up with Sports-car

I Auto -EquipmentHYDRAWJC au NW 13 Dan St..Byrd Ph. FR 21511 & MOVING Miami.sallftoh.! Fla.41"Only. lIy'$145.At The Ptteawer.Tackle FOR SALE appel Choose your power from a couple of V-8's, including the new Comet Cyclone Super

, -. .. GLADYS Smith" Realtor. FHA Box. 1490 Hawthorne Rd. Three bedroom Fleetwood 164 210 hp. or select either of two economical 6V. of all is the price. Still in the

-: and conventional loans. Low ANY type rMwiiog. large or *nrv lie CLOSE OUT SALE I 'model beautiful trader oak trees on good giving. tot shade with compact range. Come in now while we're trading high! Yo/ll be glad did.
: 'JACKS' rebuilt :ate Terms to 25 years. 1271 done Immediately courteously On y
Wallpaper. fSe Roll placeto
j exchanged! Recall kits for a and affording a splendid
, W. Univ. Ave. -5391. and economically.! BUTLER &
W4ter relax and play. Located about
Jacks. Factory auttvorll- SONS SERVICE CENTER, 135 PAINT CO.
d.w9jlttr: ,., w' Jack FORDYCE and Associates. Inc. MW ,H> St 376M44WINDOW 10 S.W. liSt St. 372-4344 two miles couth of High Springs.on IMMEDIATE DELIVERY EASY TERMS ARRANGED
Sevic. HULL'$ BRAKE Conventional and: P.H.A. Ie 1M. U.S. 441. Owner must leave
SRV! CE..I. .tj.r '314J.. Car 3761236.. Grace Fordyce. TV $40. Stroller $5. Bathinette 54 because of a lob that has been I
p a Jl4U..::;:. Realtor. F # Associates.I CLEANING child rocker $2. Baby carriage- offered to him in the New England .
f Inc.'*2i West cnter Ave- Car bed,$2. Jump chair S2. Rock states. See this quick. Whole

. ""' WINDOWS deaned. floors cleaned er$2.FRZ-2914. deal priced to sell at 17,777.00.. E
. Auto Glass = :-:-:-- : : < and waxed houses washed.. 10y.e. GAS stove $25; Maypool drop-leaf Can be partly financed. C RAN LINCOLN-MERCURY

__. experience. Free estimates.Phone table S740;, student desk 171.50; FrlllW D. Howard R. E, Broker '
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W WASHINGTON Sen. Barry Goldwater has a probable 540
votes toward the Republican nomination for president but no '' Whole );
certainty that he can get them all on the first ballot. 4 -
Probable includes those delegates who are claimed as "fa v AS; 6 to 8 Ib.Average. C
vorable" by Goldwater headquarters. It also numbers some PICNICS
whose election as delegates is .still to come but is thought .
virtually certain by political analysts. He needs 655 to win LB.C'4 .
the nomination.The .
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win at all. There are some latent Goldwater votes that can
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