Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00122
 Material Information
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 15, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00122
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Tempers Flare at Baker j

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i ? Wren flcrk iJJftnts refused and Case cried to the chair: "Mr. President,

Mansfield, he said, had accused him of improper
, WASHINGTON In one of the angriest debates in recent congressional histon As Mansfield continued to speak Case appealed to

2 Senate voted down Thursday a Republican proposal to broaden the Robert GJeer with anger. He shoulted repeatedly his demand of
members.The ield shouted his denial that Case's privilege had
investigation to include improper activities by own 9)Z
. critical vote came on a motion by Majority Leader Mike Mansfield to tab ,aid.At
and thus to kill-a resolution by Sen. John J. Williams, R-DeL, to extend the scop one point Mansfield, his face flushed and his
the investigation.. The tabling motion carried by non-party-line vote of 42 to 3: :at: "This is the first time in my 12 years in the

But the substantive issue was virtually lost sight of in a shouting match between jch treatment and I do not like it."

:e majority leader and Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N. J., a co-sponsor of the resolution Case, equally shaken, protested: "This is the most \

'"' a y .6 Ordinarily two of the most courteous and restrained members of the Upper Chain jr's rights I have ever experienced."
.a6aCASE 3r, Senators Case and Mansfield were engaged for almost 15 minutes in an angr: The man in the middle throughout the fray was

shouting match over an issue of parliamentary privilege.The nembers, Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of
majority leader, with more vehemence than is usual for him, bad denouncerthe ate president. He banged his gavel futilely and

.-.L.' .,'.... Williams-Case resolution as politically inspired and as "impugning the integrity other antagonist to take his seat. He was being
whole Senate with ian, Charles L. Watkins.
of the sly innuendo. ,
I Senator Case leaped to his feet asking the Montana Senator to yield. Mansfield (See BAKER on Page I

(Details Cloudy Page 2) ailtt sui e uu" Q SC EXCE OppFlKE cri Y

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I f Appoints. Juvenile Counselor Talbot

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tendent, William S. (Tiny Superin-) Tal- ': : :' ::

bot yesterday laid Alachua

County's school problems If : I

squarely in the laps of area businessmen !- ; By CLIF CORMIER

and civic leaders. Sun Education Writer

9. .., k Speaking at a Junior Chamberof ':' .-
n After stalling for two monthson
Commerce luncheon at the 2 '
;.< 3 'a 'b bf. the reappointment of its top
Holiday Inn, Talbot issued a >.r 0: non-instructional staff member,
!4'o challenge for citizen leader- the School Board yesterday fir-

: ship in, and knowledge of, the !,. ed Ralph Porter, administrativechief
area's educational situation, and '"' for the board.
warned that reassessment of
Immediately named to replace -
property values is probably the Porter following a bitter

only solution. dispute behind the curtain of an

"Even after counting expected executive session was Earl C. I i I
Federal, State, and county Deck Gainesville
a 49-year-old
County Judge H. H. McDonald, left, discusses the county's juvenile program with money we find ourselves need- furniture dealer.Deck's .
newly appointed Juvenile Counselor Werner E. Huth. The appointment was an- I
ing close to $500,000 more by appointment is effec-
nounced yesterday. (Sun photo by Tommy Lewis.) "
July first, Talbot stated. tive December 1, 1984. Porter
"And that's not counting $1.5 was re-hired for the five-month
million needed to bring the Ne- period between July and Decem-

Says Burns gro schools up to accreditation 4 Pt aT' 1 ber. After that he will remain .
High. $ #. standard," he added. as assistant to Deck until he is

feV* Talboi ,pointed,out that busi- eligible for retirement in April,

nessmen, civic clubs, and inter- ppr/ 1 1965.Action
ested parents and citizens have on contracts for Porter
got to provide the help neededto t and three others on the non-in-

Fund Questionable make sure county schools re- : structional board staff had twice
main at least "average." been deferred since Supt. E.

"I'm convinced that what we D. Manning Jr. first recom- I

MIAMI (APMayor) Robert High charged that "Ed Ball's need is to bring in an outside mended their reappointments in

King High of Miami today calledon Florida East Coast Railway is firm, as the city did, to reevaluate March. The other three-Otis

the Secretary of State to investigate NAACP Member killing more than a citizen a property taxes," Talbot Bell, transportation supervisor;
said. Mary Earl Myers, finance officer -
an NAACP member's month in Dade County so far in a r.F
Gave $500 1964." "It's ridiculous for homes t A: f and William A. Anderson,
$500 contribution to the cam S
worth $11,000 to be assessed at maintenance coordinator -
paign fund of Jacksonville Mayor He said "repeated surveys 45 per cent of their value whenit were all reappointed yesterday.
Haydon Burns, High's opponent have shown that the FEC is kq
not be !! y t Only opposition to their reap-
ought to at least 75
Democratic to published reports percent
in the party "According maintaining proper safety stan- pointments from board
he continued.The ( j' ,A came i
runoff for governor.At High said this morning, dards. It isn't paying its city member T. E. Simmons of Ar-
the superintendent poi n ted ....
"Dr. Mizell claimed he made
a morning news confer- and county taxes, and it isn't out that millage could be expected cher who voted not to reappoint
before Mr.
have ence, violated High said the Burns election might laws entered contribution the governor's'race running by passenger state law.trains" as required to drop from 20 to 10 or Three girls display the poppies they will be sling Bell.Opposing

contri- but according to official recordsin 12 mills if the reevaluation to in Gainesville tomorrow. They are (from left) Manning's recom-
which the
in the way in the Secretary of State's office Miami has petitioned the Flor- 75 per cent was put through."I Suzanne and Carole Anne Haythorne, daughters of mendation that Porter be reap-
bution was handled. ida Public Utilities Commissionfor can't the tax assessor's pointed from July until April,
the contribution was made on Mr. and Mrs. Keith Haythorne of 1715 NW 12th
debate with
in 1965
Yesterday, a said his March 11 of this year, long after relief, High sad, but hasn't office," Talbot admitted, "but Road, and Nancy Beal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lard were board members Wil-
Burns in Tampa, High Williams, Dale Smith and
opponent had listed a $500 con- Burns entered the race." been able to get it. (See TALBOT on Page 9)) Marnel Beal, 2411 NE 11 Ter. Story on page 2. (Sun Chairman G. Hugh Williams.In .

tribution from Dr. Von D. Mi- High said that under the elec- It is time, he said, that Florida's Photo by Eddie Davis) favor of his reappointmentwere

zell, a Fort Lauderdale dentist tion laws a contribution must be regulatory boards were run State GOP Lester Hodge and S i m-
within the week thatit for the people, not the industries
and life member of the NAACP. reported Orchestra mons.
Burns, who labeled High "the is received. they are supposed to regulate."If Philadelphia The superintendent has no
NAACP candidate,*' retorted "The only endorsement I am PUC isn't supposed to reg- In New Feud I t

that he wondered how much sure Mr. Burns still has is that ulate the operations of the rail- Performs Here WednesdayThe vote.Discussion on the reappointment ':

High paid :Mizell to make that of Ed Ball," said High. "I'm road in Florida, who is?" he TALLAHASSEE (AP) Rep. was postponed until last f

contribution. Later, however, he sure he can state without said. William Cramer of St. Peters- on a lengthy agenda. When the f
famed Philadelphia Or- been noted as one of the world'sleading
acknowledged Mizell's contribu- fear of being embarrassed "If we need laws with more burg, R-Fla., and State Republican chestra will appear at the Uni- artistic institutions. It matter finally came up Chair- -'
tion and support again." teeth in them, I'll certainly see Chairman Tom Brown of man Williams announced the I
versity of Florida Wednesday at enjoys are p u tation as t h eworld's
as governor that we get them." Tampa traded verbal blows 8:15 p.m. in the Florida Gym- most traveled symphonic was going into executive .
The Miami Mayor questionedthe again in the latest flareup of nasium. organization. In addition to session "because person-
Student HiJinksNearly alities were going to be dis
Jacksonville Mayor as the their intra-party feud. The concert is open to the extensive t o u r i ng throughoutthe cussed."
two candidates for the Democratic The withdrawal of William
I in United States, including six
public with all seats $2 re- Three reporters and an at-
gubernatorial nomination Pawley from active participation it h
transcontinental tours
Disastrous served s e c t ions. Tickets are as torney representing the Class-
butted heads in the hottest of the slate of
meet- unpledged available at the Hub informa- played the role of musical am- room Teachers Associat ion
ing of their runoff campaign. electors put together by Brown bassador to Europe in three
tion Booth from 1 to shunted
on from the board
LONDON (AP) "Four tons of humanity were on top of me, Another encounter is scheduled sparked the exchange. campus different occasions. were
I said Frazer Cartwright, 16. "It nearly squashed the life out of me. Saturday at the State Junior Cramer called on other mem- 4:30 p.m. daily. Universally acclaimed as one room. As an afterthought a
I thought I was being killed. Never again, thank you." Chamber of Commerce conven- bers of the unpledged slate who Under the direction of Eugene of the greatest conductors of our board member invited them to
Students at Wakefield Technical and Art College in Yorkshire derided tion in Cocoa Beach. wanted to support Sen. Barry Ormandy, the group termed time, Eugene Ormandy assumedhis remain if they treated remarks"
to to break the world record of 42 studentsin "the world's greatest orchestra"will heard as "off the record.
Thursday night try Goldwater of Arizona for presi- conductorand
I Burns, who remained passivein suite present position as They declined.
perform Stravinsky's
one bedFrazer their first meeting Wednes- dent to help elect the Cramer music director of the Phil-
form the bottom from "P e t r o uchka, Beethoven's the meeting was reopen
others volunteered
: and four layer. slate, which is pledged to Gold-
day before Orlando Civic Orchestra in 1936. He
an "Symphony No. 7 in A adelphia ed to the public it was apparent
Forty-five more climbed on, to make a record 50. Club battled back in the hour- water. conductorwith
has guest
appeared as that bitter had
a argument
the of the major, "D 0 n J u a n" by R. ..
As the last three students scrambled to top writhingmass long debate on the University of Brown said that Cramer was the leading orchestra in taken place. I
Frazer yelled: "Get off! Quick! I'm-" South Florida campus Thursday. trying to misuse the popularityof Strauss, and the ballet suite both the United States and Eu- (
He didn't finish the sentence. Blood gushed from his nose and Goldwater in an effort to from "The Good Humored Ladies" (See SCHOOL on Page 2)
High again called on Burns to
he fainted. grab the reins of the GOP partyin by Scarlatti. Tommasi-
reveal the of his
Other students shouted to those on top to jump. They jumped. income, as the Miami personal Florida and said that Cram- ni. rope.Nik Nasser
Frazer was unconscious and the other four on the bottom were mayorS er's efforts were creating disunity Since its first concert in 1900, Another First Buyer

woozy. Artificial respiration finally brought Frazer around. ( e GOV. on Page 9)) division and chaos.In the Philadelphia Orchestra has
\ Take Cruise Success Story ,.
Mr. Advertiser said he was. .
I. shchev CAIRO cruised(AP-Premier the Red Sea Khru-today "very satisfied" with our want: .
University Budget Study Opens with President Gamal Ab- ads. He has placed several with ;.

us recently.Mr. :: i
del Nasser, leaving the world to -'"
wonder whether they were .talk Advertiser believes "those ;
TALLAHASSEE (AP-A pro- spent Center $5.9 million another action, the board oceanographic laboratory and politics or just telling fish ads work very well". And you (
posal to spend $60.3 million The budget requests were -Agriculture experiment stations set up a course leading to a purchase of a $6,000 oceanographic ing stories. will too when you clean out '
from the general fund to oper- broken down as follows: $6.3 million master's degree in nursing at research vessel. your closets or store rooms and
ate the state's five universities -University of Florida $16 -Agriculture extension sere the University of Florida. Ordered a special committee sell those odds & ends.
during the fiscal year beginningJuly million ice $1.8 millionEngineering The board became embroiledin to look into the transfer of :' I
1 came before State Board- Florida State $12.6 million and Industrial a discussion of the purchaseof land at Pensacola and in Orange WHERETO HI-FI cabinet containing 1. ." & 2. :..: ,
of Control for consideration to. -Florida A. and M. $3.6 mil- Experiment Station $500,000 land for expanding the FSU County for two proposed univer- 4speakers amp with inputs S12. also for 1 magnetic U wait _; '

day.The lion -Graduate Engineering Edu- campus. Dr. Wayne McCall of sities. FIND IT or& crystal tape ecorder phono &tZS.for an FM tuner '._ "

$60.3 million was slightlymore -University South Florida cation System (GENESYS) Ocala objected to the $75,000 Heard a report from Dr. ,I
than half of the $118.5 mil! $5.7 million $579,000 price tag on an acre of land, Broward Culpepper, board exec- Comics . . 18 Economical Sun Want-Ads I I

lion in all, including revenue -Florida Atlantic $3.4 million In action Thursday, the boardapproved saying it would lead to higher utive director, that a private, Classified . 19-23 Work hard at such low costs. : i I
funds and discussion for later nonprofit community hospital in S Entertainment 11 on'e :
from trust grants, -Florida Institute for Continuing without prices purchases.In Place your family want-ad I
proposed to be spent during the University Studies $1.8 FSU's request to set up a separate other action, the board: Boca Raton wanted to provide Obituaries .. .. .. .. 4 2 the 6 to 12 day low rate plan! .::; I iCall
12 months. million department of religion under Approved purchase of 900 medical services to students at Opinion Page us today 372-8441 i!
. 1315...
The approved budget still -Board of Control $1.7 mil the college of arts and sci feet of beachfront property on. the Florida Atlantic Universityin e Women's . 8,' Proof" of Resultsr A.- +... .!!
faces action by the State Cabinet !- ences with courses leading to a the Gulf of Mexico from the return for a tract of land on .t=. I

before any funds can be lionUniversity of Florida Health bachelor of arts in religion. Port St. Joe Paper Co. for its which to locate the hospital. I Ii i

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t Gainesville Sun Friday May 15 1964 -
I Charge Captain With Desertion
; ... Paid Aclnrti.inlAlACHU
Weather .
Roundup lDairy '-' if i
Yiet Cong HEIDELBERG, Germany "showing himself unworthy o

; a I Ie (AP-CapL Alfred Svenson, de- the asylum offered him." II ti

t. ,S Core Big aeta .. Gets School Milk livered..into 'U.S. custody by Soviet gave no details.

Ei Ambush -. .. 1s B. authorities a week ago Svenson, 31 and unmarriedlives

f "' \'? after spending a year In East: in Washington D.C. i

:SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) 1.... "- \\..Rera atw Carlton's Dairy of Hawthornewon contract at 6.75 cents per "halfe, :Germany, has been charged I ;

Slipping out of their junglestrpnghold ZONESB \ a renewal on a contract to I pint. with; desertion and larceny, the I
r. C Fair through Sat- l' -NNN .Mer school milk for the 1964i5 '
in "D" zone north of received the announced
+wa In other bids by J.S. Army today.
in the 50s. COUNTY
Low \ with
t urday. tonight \ school year yesterday a
Saigon, a Communist Viet Cong ;School Board yesterday, Raymond -!
li I 1 High Saturday around 80. ,. low bid of slightly under 6 Svenson, a naturalized citizen -
i force smashed a government r w. s t ya .....IIIOCII Tassinari was awardedthe
winds 5 to 15 half carton.
, relief. column in one of the Northeasterly \ t= \e\ cents per pint contract to build a library of Lithuanian birth, drove I \

bloodiest- ambushes of the year. miles an hour.A E \ \\0 Carlton's bid was for .0583 at Howard Bishop Junior High I across the border to East Germany -

\ Clear to partly cloudy tonight.No \ _._.:.. cents per carton. Suwannee Val-1 School. Tassinari's low bid was i,' GOES FOR BURNS
May 4, 1963, in
:From dug-in positions along Lows Important ranging from temperature 54 to 62 changes.tonight saves'.-- ley Dairy was next low bidderat for $51,400, which included an I Il on an
.4 abroad: the Viet Cong opened Saturday highs of from 60 to E6 si .059 cents, but their bid did l alternate bid on an air conditioning ,Army jeep. His use of the vehicle -i
upth:; heavy weapon and au- D E F G Partly cloudy through \ I Gainesville schools. I which the East Germans i
Saturday. Low tonight In the 60s High '. 'j not include compressor.In
A t$ atic rifle fire that killed 51 Saturday north winds 77 10 to to 15 82.miles Northeast an hour.H and -.. .1 14o Other bidders were Foremost,i other bidding, the board I returned, .is the basis of the!

government troops. Another 30, I Some scattered: showers. Low L. ...&.. .061 cents, Meadowbrook Farmsof accepted low bids as follows: 1 basis of the larceny charge. I
including an American Ranger tonight with in high the 60s.around Mostly 85.fair North Saturday to Buss,,, Jacksonville, .0669 and Bor. Triest Construction Co., !
officer, were wounded in the engagement northeast winds 5 to 15 miles an hour.J den's, ..0625.Awarding. ,$28,363 for library constructionat The Army announced on May,
22 miles Occasional: showers this evenIng and $7,315 ,
Thursday Shell Elementary
ear that Soviet authorities had
becoming: mostly fair on Satur i0 ra of the bid yesterda 7
day. Low tonight near 70. High Saturday remodeling at. I
north of Saigon. for classroom
about 85. Variable!: winds 5 to 15 was in sharp contrast to 1 a s 1 t l handed Svenson over. ADN, the
I i :-Ten soldiers were reported rriies: an hour.K Hawthorne'High School. said
East German
Mostly cloudy. Showers this GAINESVILLE WEATHER year when dairies, following a J I Cleveland Construction agency I i
missing. evening. Partly cloudy Saturday. High Florida Milk Commission ruling Guy he had been expelled after I
make the mistake Saturday mid-COs. Variable winds 5 to -Municipal Airport read. Co., $28,050 for library construction 'I'I
i J2We same 15 miles an hour, higher during thun- refused to bid less than 7.2! 'I
for 24 hours to 8 a.m. Douglas Elementary -
time frustrated dershowers. ings at
all-: the a cents. i Gainesville Sun i
commented. today: High 85 at 3-4 p.m., iI
t American adviser ALMANAC i I
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Sunset today. 7:15 p.m. low 56 at 6 No rain. Prevatt Construction Co.,
:There is an average of one Sunrise tomorrow .......... 5:36 a.m. a.m. When the dispute was final I Published evenings except I'
I Moonset tonight ............. 11:39 p.m. ly broken in September Carl- $19,797 for library extension at! .Saturday, and Sunday morn- 1 -
major Viet Cong ambush every First Quarter .. ............... May 18 TEMPERATURES ELSEWHEREH the Gainesville Pub- I 4:.
the Alachua C tDisrupts Westwood Junior High. I IIt's ings by
rican advisers are PROMINENT STARS ton got 0 u n ] 101 SE
5Am L Prep. lishing Company at
The two stars to the right of the Moon I I 4
concentrating much of their effort tonight are Castor and Pollux, the Twin High Low Preclp. 2nd Place. Gainesville, Florida I ?
Pollux, the brighter Twin is nearer Jacksonville: 83 56- and entered as second class
on making the Vietnamese the Moon. Miami 84 '77 .85 Office
t Post
matter at the at
ambush conscious. VISIBLE PLANETS Tampa Atlanta 82 67 66 4i Poppy Sale Gainesville, Florida.CIRCULATION .
I THe laid their trap New Orleans 80 62
Viet Cong Venus, to the right of the Moon. Boston 53 48 .24 RATES BY
....... ....
i Thursday in traditional style by Saturn. rises MARINE FORECAST 2:11 a.m.. New York 75 49 .33 CARRIER OR MAIL
Washington 73 48
J attacking: three outposts, the EAST GULF: Fair. Northwesterlywinds Chicago 66 45 I
8 to 15 knots. Kansas City 78 62 1 Week .45 Ii
t district town of Tan Uyen and a Denver 84 43 Time in G'ville I 3 Mo. $5.85
hamlet before dawn. CEDAR KEY TIDES Ft. Worth 84 66
strategic "Friday High at 4:44 a.m. and 3:17 Los Angeles 71 51 All mall subset Iptions must ,
radio reports from p.m. Low at 9:25 a.m. and 10:54: pm.FiveDay.- Seattle 61 41
:Frantic be paid in advance.
I Tan,Uyen, 25 miles north of Saigon Poppy Day, a 40-year old grew in the war c e met e riesf f fHe's
Member of Audit Bureau of
:The,,.alerted attacks authorities.appeared coordinated I 0 ForecastTemperatures tradition morrow ;in will Gainesville.be observed to- (])Belgium.For troops. buried in France and Circulation.All J fI

material contained herein Is
around Tan.Uyen. will average expected to be less than one 43 years since then, imitations the property of the Gainesville I
I B y- morning, three persons near to slightly below the seasonal half inch in most sections. Some! Workers from Haisley Lynch j of those poppies have Publishing production Company In whole or(c) In 1964.part Re-Is
I had':been reported killed, 10 normals through the five- locally heavier ,amounts in th! Unit 16 of the American Legion I been sold to aid disabled veter- strictly forbidden without the written I IHe's
permission of the publisher. Neighbor
ee Our
weapons lost and two radio day period ending Wednesday. extreme southern portion of tin Auxiliary Legion Home will be ::ans.
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I transmitters stolen. A relief Normal highs and lows range state were predicted. Rain wIT I selling crepe paper poppies in' --

force headed up the road along' from 85 to 61 at Tallahassee; 82. occur as scattered shower s!5 downtown Gainesville. III Dine With Your Gracious Host

i: fhg:.Dong Nai River. to 59 at Orlando; and 87 to 68 spreading from the. extreme. TOMORROW'S COMPLETE LUNCHEON Friend!
:Elements of a Ranger andjnfantry at Miami. No. large day to day south portion at the start of the: Proceeds from the sales wills Our

i battalion were in the re, changes are likely. Total rainfall period to north and central part: go to needy children of dead II 4 STUFFED

I lIef-force, which, moved in ve ; for the five-day period is of the state Sunday or Mondaybttuartc .. or disabled veterans and for BELL PEPPER

hicles. American sources said. other rehabilitation activities I'i I'iof ;' with Creole Sauce 6Tv More Fo Us!
The Viet Cong had apparently the American Legion Auxili- a'.1 S A Whipped Potatoes He'll Do .

moved in alongside the road e I I A Mexican: Slaw
i ary.The -
Wednesday night. Reports of tradition stems from A Hot Roll & Butter
ambush are still sketchy, r wild I II A Hot Coffee COMPLETE
: the World War I, poppies or Iced Tea
,i but.. apparently the Viet Cons I
I of the convoy to Your Second Cup of Coffee or Iced Tea
permitted part LIDA BATEMAN yesterday in Jacksonville. I Shot Is Always FREE. For Our Own Good
pass and then opened up. I Dr. Fleet died Tuesday at 'the 1 1Let's
units were Word has been
Other government ORLANDO .
I 'J. Hillis Miller Health Center.He
rushed to the region but reported -I received of the death of Mrs. had' been ill with Hodg- i PTA Meeting -p ElectHAYDO

no contact with the Viet Lida G. Bateman, 60, formerlyof .kins Disease, a malignancy of

Cong. McIntosh. the lymphatic system, for I A small calibre bullet crashed
She died Thursday, at an Orlando some time.A through an upper window of the -= CAFETERIAr ;

More About Hospital. Services will be native of Tallahassee, he Shell Elementary School cafeteria Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:05
Saturday at 2 p.m. at McIntosh lived in Gainesville for the last in Hawthorn Monday evening Dinner 4:30 p.m. to 8:05 n.m. USGOVERNOR
Methodist Church with burial five[ years. I I during a PTA meeting 1212 North Main

in McIntosh Cemetery. Dr. Fleet was graduated from there, according to a delayed
Survivors i n c 1 u de her husband Harvard and recived his med- report by the Alachua County GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir

From PageSchool 1 Brooks; four daughters, ical degree from Vanderbilt in Sheriff's office.Investigator Conditioned .Open Daily & Sunday
Mrs. T. C. Holden III, Bettye 1957. He interned at Boston City Free Parking i
After Manning read a letterto and Gloria Bateman all of Orlando Cleveland P. !
Hospital and was a resident at Banquet Facilities PHONE 376-4491 :
the board recommending the ; Mrs. Gregg Dodson, Bowman-Gray Medical Schoolin Kendall reported the bullet appeared I (Paid Political Advertisement)

four appointments, Willard Williams West Palm Beach; her mother, South Carolina.He to come from a .22 cal-I .. ...
i moved not to accept the Mrs. L. C. Peeples, Orlando; was a member of t h estate ibre firearm. ---- --- -- --- ------- I ---- L"L., ;.J-"-,,","," J
recpmmendation on Porter, and two brothers, Bill and Jack respiratory disease com

i\ Williams said because of the millions job Peeples, Orlando. mittee of the Florida Butercu- Man ArrestedIn I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
;; involved the spending
,, Williams Thomas Fun eral losis and Health Assn. and wasa
of taxpayer dollars, he Home is in charge of arrangements member of the American Tho-
though there should be a period racic Society. Shine CaseA

of turnover between the old and Survivors include his widow,!
new director of administrative DR. HARVEY FLEET Mrs. Ellen E. Fleet; his parents -I LaCrosse man was charged\ Celltral LiqUUJ 5

services. Funeral services for 32 year- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan yesterday with possession of
"Mr. Porter's successor needsto old Dr. Harvey Mayer Fleet Fleet of Fort Walton\ Beach moonshine after beverage

be named now so he can. University of Florida Medical and a brother, Erwin, also of agents and sheriff's deputies !

acquaint himself with many: School instructor, were held .Fort Walton Beach. found eight gallons at,his home. I "WHERE THE PRICE IS RITE"
; problems which may be knownI Dr. Fleet was a member of Strong was charged with pos-
I only by the present director 01adminlstrativ"e f: MARTHA HOGAN I the congregation of b'Nai Israel session of more than one gallonof 103 S.E. 1ST ST. S. E. CORNER OF SQUARE

services- .," Wil- Funeral service for Mrs. Mar- l. moonshine, a felony. I .
liams said. i tha O'Linda Hogan, who died\ .

In accordance with procedural I Thursday at her home, ,of an i
rules of the board, Manning apparent heart attack, will beat =

thrice repeated his recammeni 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Opening Specials :

dation for reappointing., Porte Jones-Johnson Chapel. She was MONEY .
and each time he was voted
I down.
Hogan was a member ol f
I Said Manning: "As the outgoing the First Baptist Church and .
superintendent I do not j Just tell us how much !
had been a resident of Gainesville Cash 24 Cash 2& EARLY
I feel it would be proper for me you need to pay old You Monthly You Monthly 1. OLD WffLW .
to nominate someone other than for 35 years. .She was bar bills, for home im Receive Payments Receive Payments .
Mr. Porter. I: recommend Mr. in 1898 in Chiefland. provements car re$185.00 $11.00 $428.00 $25.00 TIMES
pairs, for all
Burial was to be held in Hill your 269.00 16.00 53700 31.00
Porter to continue until he retires seasonal expenses. I oe
in April, 1965, and I de- crest Memorial Park. Phone for prompt, 338.00 20.00 600.00 34.33 I BROOK
cline to nominate anyone else." Survivors include: her husband courteous_ service. Payments include interest and principal.
T. C. of Gaines :
When Manning's recommen- Hogan $3-STH99
dation had thrice been defeatedWilliams .vile: one daughter, Mrs. Myrtl< LOANS- UP TO $600RI1i1IEIU 3-5TH'S
then recommended the Batey of St. Augustine; thre / !!N = OLD ceow --

appointment of Deck. Lester I brothers, H, V. Cason and T 3 5th's'i'

Hodge, who had favored rehir- P, Cason of Jacksonville ant I Ii 77 .. (
ing Porter, voted to appoint Lloyd Cason of Gainesville; fiv< i i I I 11 ;

Deck. Simmons voted against sisters, Mrs. Vernie Hudson o F i FINANCE SERVICE, INC. 3UNNS'
Deck's appointment. Gainesville, Mrs. W. L. Ti1lbof I of Gainesville nROO ,
Deck, graduate of the Uni- $11 .
a St. Petersburg, Mrs. Ma ,Iai.nclY
versity of Florida. was a teacher Lengues and Mrs. Fred Porter t: 204 S. E. First Street . . . .FR 6.4661 .'JI.l"; ILl"

at High Springs from 1939- -
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1941. He then served as pur- Susie Perdue, of Chiefland; foui] ) L -
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school trustee. Pallbearers were: Resh a i
Hudson, G. C. Perdue, Thur L'j
i was William recently S. (Tiny elected) Talbot to be, who the mond Hogan, C. L. Cook 5th's $1625 1 VODKA

Charles Cason, Louis E. Clyatt -
next,'school superintendent sat -'j; -
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Zane Hogan, Rollin Hogan anc -
in on the meeting but did not a 0
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Slows Down .
Senate debates civil rights again
fr A today-its 56th session devoted I .
to the measure. But the pace is is A y.p ,
slow, with all forces looking p yC
__ ahead to the important session k
SI scheduled for Tuesday.
a That's when Republican lead-
ers try to sell their rank and
M file a package of amendmentsthey
think will give the bill a ,
better chance for passage. Un- :
til then, there isn't likely to be
: R y any dramatic break in routine, 1- : S : .
__ with Southern foes continuing to '
) 3 *' "hammer at the bill's lack of a I
:; guaranteed trial by jury for 4t
those convicted of criminal con-
xs r tempt.
"* s Democrats, minus the South- .
s h :$ :*
erners, may meet the same dayto \ ,
talk over the proposed pack-
G ---Members of Delta Kappa Gamma honorary education fraternity presented age of amendments by Republican '
.. t record: player and book cart to the pediatrics department of the University Leader Everett M. Dirksenof ti F'QUy )
Of,Florida Hospital Wednesday. Displaying the phonograph (from left) are Illinois.
1 Caroline Ferguson, librarian at P.K. Yonge school and vice president of the
sorority; Doris Schmidt, music professor at the University; Mrs. Douglas The true vampire bats of tropical L J t 4 w Pt
I Scates, Gainesville teacher and president! of the sorority; and Barbara Gentry America subsist only on d Yi i t
chief pediatric nurse at the hospital. The gift was made in memory of blood drained from living ani-
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I to- reak up a Negro demonstra-'thrown, and Gelston ordered 55 'S ,t4 S'
t' tidn in this racially divided tear gas fired. It took only two J: NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER
town. cannisters, a spray from a new I
\ Leaders in the white community type gas gun and "the youths
called for the immediate scattered.
I I removal of Brig. Gen. George Guard troops have been here ,t &..
Mr Gelston, National Guard since last June 12, following an MEET TONIGHT a R g.h .
f commander, charging that he outbreak of racial violence. ..
was not enforcing the modified They had been reduced to a token --
militia law which includes a force of 10, but an additional i with other
I ban on demonstrating. 350 were brought in Mondayfor persons who are J : y
About 150 integrationists, anticipated demonstrationsin
I most of them Negroes, left St. the wake of a Monday night HAYDONBURNS
Luke's Methodist Church Thursday -speech here by i.V ama Gov. J ,
i night marching and singing George C. Wallace. The troops'still aM.
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4": Qdttzuflk Sun THE I An Era of Social Crisis ',I \;

( JOHX K. HAEAISOV. FreiUenl IB* (0 New lurk ilfmrJ! ing of a really adequate counter-attack. If the familiar yardstick
rablisleri PAT COWLES. tie Frett- SOUTHBy (The following article by a special correspondent of the of 1 per cent of national income were devoted to the II
dents ED JOHNSON.' Tic President Times of Lcn.n is an assessment of the problems that world-wide war on poverty and 2 per cent to the: same war
Florida's Beautiful and Exeeitiv EdiUri w' ,G. (Bill t will confront the United States daring "The Johnson Era.") on the domestic front. America would still have virtually an 'I
EBEKSOLE. Tic President ud Advertising equivalent amount of fresh resources to devote to its other
'University City' Dlreeton BOB TAKIAG- RALPH McGILL
I desirable pursuits.But I
PreMea and Cereal which President Johnson shows
LIONE. Tie PaU.ur Prb Wln Uj PmblUhcrOf The country over every
lion M n ftr. I I). Atlanta (Ga.) ConitttntiM sign of presiding for the next eight years will be a society in the psychological obstacles are formidable. Any sus-
I crisis. tained, large-scale attack on domestic and world poverty de-
The fact is something of a paradox since normally one connects mands the acceptance of two fundamental ideas-that re-
1. Report the news fully and impartially In the news columns. DismayIn the risk of crisis with some disastrous failure in na- sources for the task are available, even lavish, and, that a

R) ,_ 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only in-editorials : tional resources of power. In fact, since the end of the war society may properly set itself purposive public goals suchas
: 3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. ,T America has remained overwhelmingly powerful and has also the conquest of poverty. These assumptions run directly
S The steadily richer. counter to some of the most widespread and most publicized
1 ,.. The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 grown beliefs about the American economy. Newspapers business

:.: Want Ads-376-4672 ALL THIS HARDLY sounds like a crisis. Yet a brilliant leaders, senior statesmen are as likely to warn the publicof

J :- GOPA postwar recovery in the whole Atlantic arena, coupled with the risks of inflation leading to national bankruptcy as
=- sustained prosperity in the United States, does not make up to extol the new scale of national resources. "Purposive

M De Facto School the whole picture. While national income among the Atlan- goals" become terrifying prospects of compulsory planning
\ I i -- Segregation tic powers, industrially sophisticated, technologically advanced, by Big Government. Only large-scale spending on defense '-
1' series of Republican grows by "never less than 3 per cent a year, the preindustrial to which one should perhaps add space and highwayshasbeen
:I. Many Negro children in northern This decision is not in conflict statements, in the South, East societies in the undeveloped "south" of the globe keep able fully to legitimize itself. '

:*. cities attend schools predominantly with the one in which New Rochelle, .and West, catch the eye. ahead of their growth in. population they are luckybynot

'. segregated because the schools are N. Y., was ordered to redraw school 1. In Georgia three elected much more than 1 per cent. The gap widens between the WHATEVER THE RISING urgency of the crises of race

.-. located in areas mostly populated by attendance district boundaries. Those Republicans, a state legislator poor nations, poor in everything except aspirations, and the and poverty round the world, they are not yet focused enough
: facto" and two members of Atlanta's Atlantic group of states, rich, white and enormously out- either in the public mind or in Congress to be translated
This "de boundaries had been to
: families. designed
Negro Board of Aldermen, numbered. Russia may be successfully contained in Europe.But into really large-scale action.
1 : school segregation is just as real as place most Negro children in one have charged that the Gold- the risk remains that the Atlantic flank could be' turned Since, however, it is chiefly psychological obstacles that lie

w the segregation of schools by law school instead of letting them at- water faction, which seized by a world-wide revolt of the dispossessed.There in the way, the issue of effective leadership becomes criti

and custom in the South, and many tend schools nearest their ,homes. control of the state organization are some features in common between the externaland cal. There is, of course, only one office in the United Statesto

civil rights groups have been at- This was overt discrimination. In in the convention of May the internal crisis. Both are concerned with the protestof which this function is inescapably attached-the presidency.
2, has begun a "ruthless and the poor. Both could acquire dangerous racial overtones. President Johnson's dilemma is to persuade an affluent but
Several Gary; however claim made
tempting to get it changed. no was unprincipled to destroy
attempt -
Above all, they are not self-correcting. Wealthy nations invest conservative giant to pursue and expand a number of liberal -
: Northern citils have redistricted that:the districts were unreasonablydrawn the first real accom- aid in
predominantly in other wealthy nations and tend to engross policies-in trade, in domestic redevelopment -
schools to reduce the amount of in relation to population, dis- plishments in building" two most of the gains from international trade. Similarly, families which are physically possible but are also, on the full scale

,* segregation. Some have arranged for tances and available schools. parties in the state.and Havingrun been living in the self-perpetuating cycle of poverty, ignor- required, still "unthinkable," to adopt Senator Fulbright's

buses to transport Negro childrenout elected as Republicans will ance and ill-health do not easily break free in an increasingly phrase. What are the prospects?
men say they
of their home districts to other The decision of the Appeals Court "not sit back and allow these automated society, demanding ever higher skills and in-
telligence. THE PRESIDENT SO FAR has shown of
uncanny powers,
Supreme gains in elected Republicans
and the of the
schools. position balance. He has carried through Congress Kennedy's chief
to be,destroyed by a few calculating -
Court, we believe,-are-sound'and sen- power-hungry indi- THERE IS, OF COURSE, no physical obstacle to the mount- measure of sophisticated "Keynesian" reform-the tax cut-

t The United States Supreme Court sible. De facto school segregation is viduals 'who today presumeto at a time of budgetary deficit designed to accelerate growth

| < now has ruled, in effect, that such a symptom. The disease is segregated call themselves, Republicans. BELOW OLYMPUS Interlandi and thus increase revenue. Yet he did so while keeping the
By budget below the traumatic figure of $100 billion-and while
action is not required under its 1954 housing, and transporting stu- (The individuals referred -
turning out the White House lights to symbolize his care for
I ruling that school segregation is un- dents around the city is no ,cure for to _by the young Re- "frugal government.
publicans had declared them-
court did not that.
t constitutional. The selves not merely Republicans He speaks with the accents of a Southerner, but his commitment -
issue an opinion on school segrega- but to be "sound and HEADQUARTERS to civil rights is complete. He has come almost

", tion-by-residence. But it let stand There is nothing in the decision, true conservatives." This was BARRY literally from the proverbial log cabin but his own escape

i { without comment such a ruling by ,of course, to prevent' school boards after their action of reading GOLDWATER from poverty has left him not complacent and condemnatorybut
Chi- from Negroes out of the party and [ fy- PRESIDENT profoundly compassionate for those still caught in the an-
: the Federal Appeals 'Court of promoting desegregation by
declaring they would make up cient trap. He has not lost his early commitment to the gen-
I ,cago in a case against the school redrawing districts, building new for the loss with new white erosity of the New Deal. Yet his family has made a small

t board of Gary, Ind., where some schools in strategic locations or in voters.) !&' fortune. He admired the drive and professionalism of busi-

I schools are nearly all-Negro becauseof other ways.However. IAO4 ? ness and extols the merits of free enterprise as a creator of
i location in Negro housing dis 2. IN CALIFORNIA A voluntary ILW unequalled affluence.IF .
organization calling itself rj !11
\ tricts. the real attack on the 1
1 "The Committee of Re- ONE WERE to make a quick survey of the President's
evil of segregation in Northern cities 2v1f4 S'
sponsible Republicans" has recent speeches, one theme above all would seem to be dom-
The Appeals Court said the 1954 should be on segregation in housingand urged Republicans to vote inant-precisely the theme of the present crisis of povertyin

Supreme Court ruling "does not require discrimination in employment.They against the Goldwater slate of the midst of affluence and the moral duty to act. "God is

1 integration (but) merely fori' are related. If Negroes have delegates. Senator Goldwaterhas not mocked", he said to a gathering of editors. "We reapas
won the endorsement of Our God is still for the
we sow. a jealous God-jealous
bids discrimination" and ruled that equal opportunity to jobs, more of 'L
t the archly conservative Cali- jQ least of his children who went unfed while 'the rich sat downto
l the Gary school board need not mover them can afford homes outside the fornia Republican Assembly eat and rose up to play'."

children by bus to change the racial poor housing districts where they and the United Republicansof This is a new note in American politics since the war-an

t balance of schools. typically live. California, an ultra-right almost Biblical appeal beyond the frustrations and fears of
. faction that broke away from uneasy affluence to a force and a commitment which Amer-
the Assembly because it was ica's greatest leaders have never been afraid to evoke-the

,; Depresses Progressives regarded as too liberal. force of moral obligation, the commitment to a vision of jus

Stating that one of its major tice. Such an appeal, combined as it is with the President's

'": aims was to prevent an ultra- unique drive of energy, toughness, shrewdness and strategy

. Barry May Split GOPBy conservative from having Goldwater a hand delegation in- ;lJZ .'fl CfJfI+ 4/S+ bucks tars may national well leadership.prove: a highly effective answer to the challenge of

I drafting the convention plat- The "Johnson Era" is certain to be "piled high with dif-

II I : RICHARD WILSON the highly popular Eisenhower gressive Party have discovered form and the selection of "We've got to stop it look at the way they're ficulty." But there is a good chance that it will bear the
1 Chief, Cowles Washington administration and particularly that President John- California's next Republican cutting up our Barry Goldwater bumper stickers!" marks of greatness too.
'. Bureau. since his opponent was a son more nearly resembles chairman, the Committee of
,I WASHINGTON-Once upon Catholic. their political ideal than any- Responsible Republicans said:
: a time a group of men tried After Nixon's defeat, politi- one else in either party under "The Goldwater delegationis CRITICISM IRKS RIGHTS BILL PROPONENTS

} I to make the Republican Party cal erosion set in. A new ,modern conditions. not representative of our
\ '<-i| moderate and progressive. group in the Republican Par- As Senator Goldwater steadily Republican party inasmuchas

-I Their names are rememberedbut ty remembers Tom Dewey. 'approaches the nomina- there are no Negroes, Intolerance in Pursuit of Tolerance ;
I" where are they? They only as a. legend. Senator tion,-"delegate by delegate, a Mexican Americans, Orien-
') nominated Willkie and Dewey Goldwater recently told the mood of depression and even tals, or anyone from the Jew- ..
and Eisenhower, and acquies- national Press Club: "In one desperation has settled upon ish faith on the delegation.
"t l: ced. in nominating Nixon. state some of the new people the progressive wing of the Nt1U Uitrk c Hmt sential to final judgment the the amendment} does not apply this infraction of the Bill- of

''it; The names of some of them said to me: 'Did you know Republican Party. They feela 3. IN TENNESSEE the By ARTHUR KROCK circulation of responsible op- to any form of "govern Rights, and as arguably ,

,; I, are Herbert Brownell, Walter Tom Dewey? What was he good deal the way the con- Goldwater "conservatives" al- WASHINGTON The pre- posing views of its constitu- ment" service. Nor did, he of the 13th Amendment. t
*; Williams Lucius Clay, like:' servatives felt during the 20 so managed to gain control. vailing indications of the pub- tionality, public policy and dispute the reasoning that It is also typical of
,I || Sam Pryor, Len Hall, Russel Herbert Brownell was the years of progressive domina The net result was that for lic record are that a bipartisan enforceability. Yet whenever of those who many I,
such views have been "involuntary servitude" cov- object to' the
the first time in half majority in Congress fav- reported -
Sprague Arthur Summerfield, most accomplished political tion. The difference is that a cen- of :
J there will be ors the basic concepts of the in this space, the tenor of ers "barbers, hotel clerks, reporting examinations of
I not
\ Sinclair Weeks. There was operator of his time in either the conservatives had nowhere tury a Negro the bilf I
equal rights
delegate to the national pending equal rights legisla- most protests has been againstthe shoeshine men, waiters and Dy.qualilied -
also Harold Stassen, and Sher- political party. He out to go. They could sit con- if these'
vention. There too tion, among which is the extension circulation of any dissentat waitresses just as much as persons, examinations -
i: man Adams, and Dan Thorn- of the attorney generalshipand on their hands but they had Republicans are critical that
) ton. There ,were progressive out of politics to practice little or no inclination to vote outside the Goldwater of punitive federal all.This. fieldhands, cotton-pickers and defend for they
": minded business men in the law. Others were daunted or- for Franklin D. Roosevelt, group are shocked and dismayed law against racial discrimi- spirit especially per- farm laborers. measure pressures that
'1 Committee ,for Economic De- went, home to nurse their Harry S. Truman 'or John F. at the loss of thousandsof nation by licensed purveyorsof vaded the letters evoked by a However, since the employe on their as own yet are illegal
votes, white and Negro. In personal services ,in the summary here of an article assump-
burnt .
and West Coast fingers. Kennedy.But
: velopment, could not practice his trade, tion that the ,SupremeGiurtwill
,\ politicians like Ralph Cakez For: Republicans, politics is this,is not the case with the Volunteer State, too, ruth- private business sector. And by Alfred Avins, professor of or the employer operate his validate these-

i, and Earl Warren, and East very often a sacrifice; Democrats today's depressed Republican lessness and a notwellhiddenracial this concept has dominatedthe jurisprudence, in the winter business, on a discriminatory directed toward pressuresas a constitutional -
Coast politicians like Henry regard politics as a progressive. If he does not attitude is splitting theparty's national communicationsmedia issue"of the "Cornell Law Re- basis anywhere in the U.S. objective .=2
Cabot Lodge, and some pro- life-time profession. And so it like Goldwater, he can find strength. because it is supportedby view. His argument, pre- under the provisions of the -
: gressive newspaper publish- happens today that there is much in Lyndon Johnson's 4. In New York State a so many, with regular ac- sented as a legal brief and measure pending in the Sen- A FOREMOST exampre-fs

t nothing, or very. ,little, left ofthe short incumbency to attract number of Republican -leaders cess to these facilities, who fortified by numerous citationsof ate, he would have to chouse condoning the violation E-the
t ers.These men, and their asso- progressive: group: which his vote.It including U. S. Senator rate as molders of public rulings by the Supreme between involuntary personaland law of trespass for the t>:

: II: dates took .,the Republican_ could organize ,to stop'' the is for this reason that Javits, noting the ill-concealed opinion. Court, was in general that the coerced performance of pose of protesting racial:3 g-
H>: Party away from the ,group nomination of Senator Gold some of the progressives par- anti-Semitism, the anti-Negro ban on "involuntary servitude" the skill he had acquired for regation of privately! owned
which had ruled it through water for president, as' it organized :- ticularly those in the East, regard attitude, and the antipathy for BUT, SINCE the legislation in the 13th Amendment his livelihood and a search hotels, restaurants and the
the days of Harding, Coolidgeand in-earlier days to prevent the Goldwater drive as the Mexican and Oriental proposes to invest the federal would be violated if a barber, for employment in a field like. Even President Johfv
Hoover. For a period of the nomination of RobertA. the first stage of a political American on the part o{ mostof government with vast new for example, was denied "the where he was unqualified. son's
implied with
20 years, from the nomina- Taft. It appeared for a catastrophe that will wreck the "conservative" organi- and penal limitations on indi- right to refrain" from performing :- what is still sympathy
E Uon of Willkie through the while that Nelson A. Rockefeller the Republican Party for a zations supporting Senator vidual freedom of choice, the his very personal But, typical of the intolerance when illegal trespass
I' *I''' last term of Eisenhower, men might polarize the progressive generation.If Goldwater, have announced very fact that this great combination services as he chose, whetherfor with which the bill according to Gov. Peabody K

f, of progressive inclinations, wing but he has not. such is the case, it is they will not support the Ari- of power is urging reasons of racial dis- is.urged,'in the name of tol- of Massachusetts--he
give or take a few, ran the In any case, the new breedof a little hard to understand :zona Redeemer if he is nomi- enactment of the measure crimination or any other. erance, those who offered that .senc the Gpverllor'siriotliemessage a

Republican Party, and successfully Republicans owe no allegi- why those who oppose Gold- nated. without substantial amend- point against Prof. Avins's urging 'her "tcr ep
fighting for the civil rights
J fought off conservative ance to half-remembered politicians water seem unable to organize ment makes even more es- PROF. AVINS noted that thesis showed no concern over bill "
I attempts to regain con- of an earlier era. an effective combination NEWS REPORTERS of the Her principal expression
: trol. It may be that if Senator against him. One answer press, radio and TV are learn of this crusade was 10 j
t, ing that the famous Goldwater seek service forNegroes at
Goldwater is nominated a mil could be that the
Nixon was a compromise, progressiveshave
; not too much liked by the lion or two Republicans will lost not only their smile goes no deeper than a St. Augustine; Fla., motel
the of the which serves ef"s onl .:
teeth. When "Mr. Con- Voice
i progressives and not too lit- leave that party and never re- energy but their status in a servative" PeopleOn
\- tie,liked by the conservatives. turn. And it may be true, also, party organization which has arrived in Atlantato BUT THE constitution
Moreover it .appeared that that some of the businessmenwho long since passed out of their speak to the Georgia con-
of the ordinance she
vention, he brushed aside I infraetedi
he could win as a projection of wanted a more pro- hands. a '
mike held before him at the : The Sun's Opinion Page; on the ground that she con.
airport, brusquely telling the sidered it "unconstitutional"

POTOMAC FEVER -' reporter to "get the damned Opinions and 'comments of Sun readers are welcome In the Voice' of the People column. Letters in the circumstances, is an
thing out of the way." must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter shouldnot unresolved issue which has
By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau In New Hampshire, Oregonand exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The been submitted but not de:
California the senator has Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or cided by the Supreme Court .

American Indians discuss poverty at a national conference. If they're poor revealed a lack of patienceand Intent. Hence the President's message ;f
jt's their own fault. Why don't they hustle around and collect the back rent? ease in the give and takeof Hits CoverageOf additional practices many nity demonstrating for" a is bound to be takeoasan .

campaigning. accummulating as many as cause. encouragement tof 3vEa f
: : GOP situation report: Goldwater has the most delegates, Lodge is the most Conservatism is an honor- Youth News 50 more hours in preparation.And Until the adults led by still remains basic act:flf

popular, but businessmen like LBJ. The convention Is now expected to pick able word. how does the Sun recognize our newspapers and other civil disobedience.. *
:.McNamara for vice president and go home. EDITOR, Sun: I was ashamed sources of communication '
But it has been seized by such effort? By a mea- Doubtless, the President intended -
the article
I to show concerning -
1 certain factions that sley 16& inches overall! Ev- recognize what is good and
The B-70 supersonic bomber is nearly ready for its first flight..It's amazing go I the recent band state worthwhile that our studentsdo only to-express an ad.
against the American who entered in
how anything that' travels 2,000 miles an hour can arrive anywhere a year and principles contest to my daughter who ery youngster only then will they continue miration which many otherSshare
that have enabled a ; ensemble and solo at least for gallantry with
a half late.Whistler's. had worked so hard as a to interest pepr
plural society to make this deserved to be mentioned.And more young sonal sacrifice at the prompting .
J member of the GHS band. in
Mother is to visit the U. S.: next month. The White House has or- nation question strong and which prosperous.A honest. Please don't put this letter you wonder why the people ties. worthwhile. activi- of a moral urge* But .the

I :dered all departments to try to find a suitable policy-making job, for her. conservatives must ask is I down: until you have read it youth of today is becomingless As long as we as, adults con- show message of his and exuberance another recent' *

what they are going to do ;all! interested in what the ,tinue to emphasize crime, mis- he suggest
Castro's science chief the Cubans have nuclear 'reactor in adults think worthwhile. turn in his Bible-
says may a five about those "conservatives"who The youngsters in Gainesville behavior non-conformity from
':"years. They already have the chains-and they get a reaction every time a clamor most in behalf of and P.K. High Schools Don't tell me it was for long will we delay the time reading erbs XXVI-17:Isaiah'He' that to Prow

U-2. flies over.. Senator Goldwater. ]have! worked over 180 hours lack of space! In the same when our young people'will 1,eth by and meddleth pass with

And secondly, to examinethe J for: this culminating event. issue you devoted 29$4 inchesto all focus on desirable, appre- ,strife, ,_
t K Does it seem to you that the athletes- who used to endorse, cigarettes are shaving mind and philosophy of 1 Chose[ who participated in, the a group of 90 young people ciated behavior., i i is like belonging one that taketh not -to a him dog

more these days -. the senator himself. :solo and ensemble gruops had not even in our commu- A GHS MOTHER 1 by the ears." "::
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NOTICE I Meditation S e r v Ices Tuesday, TO register please call, Mrs. ters, Mrs. Eisy-KODinson; a D-a
F THE 7:30 p.m.; Youth Forum Hasty, FR 22004. Mrs. Edna Mays, three brothers .

; Persons who are planning to Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., and also Come and see the hats al. Walter Mays, .George I

JOHN R. HAK4ISON. President nBPablUben I take the trip to Tampa, May 24, both Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will ready made, and decide what Mays, Eddie Ware Mays, other
: PAT COWIES. tie Pre Wdenti SOUTHBy Sunday, are asked to submit I have their joint rehearsal, 8 materials should buy. relatives and friends. I
ED JOHNSON. Vice Presidentuxl their applications and also fares '
p.m.; and Teach ers Meeting Following the funeral, dinner
: ExeeBtlt Editor W G. Bill) There is no charge for the
Florida's Beautiful ,not later than Saturday, 16, of
EBEKSOLE. Vic President and Ad- Thursday, 7:30 p.m. instruction. will be served at the home
which is the deadline. Applica-
: vertising Director BOB TAETAG.LIONE. RALPH McGILLI Mrs. Lula Mae Collins. Those
'University City' Vic Fre'ident and Circulation Prix Winning Publisher :tions are to be submitted to the PERSONALSMrs. i who will be bringing food may
I- M&nagcc. I I Of U. Atlanta, fGa.) Constitution following persons: Mrs. G. Albert Clark and daughter -CLUB NOTICE bring it to the home of Mrs. Col
Ross, Mrs. Ona M. Pyles, or and grand-daughter were! The "We Do Our Part Club"
lins. The family and friends are
': THE SUN'S POLICY For Jacksonville last will hold its meeting at the
Mrs. P. L. Scott. further. visiting at on of Mrs. Collins
to meet at the home -
:- 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns.! DismayIn information, call FR 2-8456. Sunday. I II I home: of Mrs. Ethel Blake, Sun- ; in Alachua at 1:15 p.m. to

=:.- 2. Express the opinions of the Sun i in-but only- n-editorials I Miss Mary H. Smith, of Tam' day at 5:30 p.m. form the cortege to the church.

1 =- 3. Publish all sides 'of important controversial issues. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSShady : pa, was visiting here yester: During the meeting, Mrs. Al- Hughes & Chestnut F u n e ral
The berta Parker will be the principal -
?: : The Sun's telephones l : All Departments-372-8441 Grove Primitive Baptist I day.Miss Claire Tillman and Miss speaker on this occasion. Home in charge.
Want Ads-376-4672 Sunday School, 10' a.m.; and 1
1 there will be prayer meeting, 111 Mary Ford, both of orlando.j LARRY WILLIAMS

GOPA ajn., Mrs. F. D. Shannon, re were guests of Miss ,Ford's relatives -NEWBERRY .NEWSP.T.A. Final rites for Larry Williamsof

porter. here yesterday.Mr. Meeting 1411 Eagle Street, Palatka
I1 De Facto School Segregation and Mrs. James Rivers The Parent-Teacher Association -will be held Saturday at 1 p.m"fro
Church of the Living God and son, Jim, all of Trenton.N. of the Newberry Ele- m the Calvary Baptist

series of Republican (Sugar Hill) Elder Jacks o n J., whose visit here for the mentary School will hold its Church in Palatka with the pastor -
I r. :Many Negro children in northern This decision is not in conflict statements, in the South, East of Leesburg and the members past two weeks has been pleas- meeting at the school on Tues- officiating.

cities attend schools predominantly with the one in which New Rochelle, and West, catch the eye. Ocala, will conduct a joint serve. ant, were flown to their home day at 8 p.m. Larry, the son of Mr. and

segregated because the schools are N. Y., was ordered to redraw school 1. In Georgia three elected ice May 17 at 3 p.m. yesterday.Mrs. This will be a very interesting Mrs. Jimmy Lee Williams died

:. Republicans, a state legislator Mt. Herman Baptist Sun- Mattie Mae James flew meeting, and the parents,
I located in areas mostly populated by attendance district boundaries. Those May 13 in the University reaching -
and two members of Atlanta's
facto" day School, 9:30 am.; devotional yesterday to New York City on patrons, teachers and friendsof Hospital following an ill-
families. This "de boundaries had been designed to
Board of Aldermen
Negro education to be
are urged
services, Baptism, 11 a.m. a brief visit and outing with ness.
: school segregation is just as real as place most Negro children in one have charged that the Gold- The sermon will be delivered by her sister, Mrs. Ella M. Young, present. C. H. Hathcock, prin- Interment will be made, in the

the segregation of schools by law school instead of letting them at- water faction, which seized Rev. Harrison or his appointee; and other relatives. cipal; F. G. Wingate, Jr., re Oak Hill Cemetery under the

and custom in the South, and many tend schools nearest their homes. control of the state organization B.T.U., 5:30 p.m.; and evening Miss Annie Fagan of Tampa, porter. direction of White and Dors e y

civil rights groups have been at- This was overt discrimination. In jn the convention of May worship 7 pm. Both Ushers' passed through Gainesville yes- Funeral Home.
2, has begun a "ruthless and Board No. 2 and Choir No. 2 FRIENDSHIP CHOIRS
terday en route to visit at Edward
.:tempting to get it changed. Several Gary, however, no claim was made unprincipled attempt to destroy will serve. Visitors are welcome. Waters College, Jackson- The Friendship Choirs' Union LARRYlLUAtIS,

Northern citicH have redistricted that the districts were unreasonablydrawn the first real accomplishments Rev. Richard Harrison, pastor; will present its monthly feature, Funeral services for Larry

schools to reduce the amount of in relation to population, distances in building" two Mrs. Elizabeth Kimbrough, re ville.Mrs.. Dora Jenkins returned "Choirs in Parade" at the Williams, nephew of Mrs. Susie

segregation. Some have arranged for and available schools. parties in the state.and Havingrun been porter. here yesterday from Atlanta, Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Mae White, whose death occur-

buses to transport Negro children elected as Republicans will Mt. Pleasant Methodist The Ga., where she was called be- Church Sunday at 3 p.m. F. G. red in the Medical Center Tues-
men say they pastor would like to meet with Wingate, president Mrs. F. D.
out of their home districts to other The decision of the Appeals Court "not sit back and allow these the Commission cause of business. Shannon ; day, will be held at Palatka,
: Membershipand Mrs. A.
on secretary;
Robert H. Jones of Ocala, Saturday at 1
schools. and the position of the Supreme gains in elected Republicansto Evangelism today, 7:30: passed through Gainesville M. Prodgen, chairman of pro- p.m.
be by few calculating
Court, believe sound and a p.m. Church School, 9:30 a.m.; committee Mrs. G. L.
i we are sen power-hungry individuals en route to Tallahassee, gram ; NOTE OF THANKSThe
The United States Supreme Court sible. De facto school segregation is who today morning worship, 11 a.m.; and to visit at the Florida A. and. Souder, reporter. family of Mrs. Winnie

f ,now has ruled, in effect, that such a symptom. The disease is segregated call themselves, presumeto Republicans. M.evening Ferguson worship, pastor., 7 p.m.. Rev. W. M. University. PLANS BAPTISM McCray wish to thank friends

1 i ,action is not required under its 1954 housing, and transporting stu- ." (The individuals referred Archer Church of God in There will be a Baptism Sun for their many kind acts shown
WOMEN'S DAY during the death of our mother.
P ruling that school segregation is un- dents around the city is no cure for publicans to had by the declared young them-Re- Christ Sunday School, 10 There will be a Women's Day day at 11 a.m. at Hackey Creekon The McCray family.IUIIo .
did not a.m.; m o r n ing worship, 11:30 the
that. Road
,constitutional. The court selves not merely Republicans program at the Church of God Orange Heights
school segrega- a.m. Young People's Wi 1 lingWorkers' in Christ with Elder Lonzie with Elder J. C. Carter, pastorof
issue an opinion on but to be "sound and
tion-by-residence. But it let stand There is nothing in the decision, true conservatives." This was Meeting,8:30 7 p.m.; and Elder Lewis, pastor, Sunday at 3 p.m. the East Side Church of God Offers
evening worship, p.m. in F5
without comment such a ruling by of course, prevent school boards after their action of reading Days, pastor; Mrs. R uth in Copeland Settlement.The is invited.
Everyone Mrs.
out of the and main speaker will be
Court of Chi- from promoting desegregation by Negroes party Jenkins, reporter. Plan
Federal Appeals
the declaring they would make up Missionary Dora Williams and Eula Taylor, reporter. Poverty
Brooker Geater Bell Methodist
cago in a case against the school redrawing districts, building new for the loss with new white The and others who also will appear in

board of Gary, Ind., where some schools in strategic locations or in voters.) gation-will conduct pastor a joint congre.serv- the program include MissionaryShode ATLANTA Ga. (AP) Dr.
and Sister Irene b Itttariu Martin Luther King Jr. plans to
because other Days
schools are nearly all-Negro ways.However ice at the Old Jerusalem Baptist
I 2. IN CALIFORNIA A vote both of this city. take to President Johnson a proposal -
| :-of location in Negro housing dis- Church today, 8 p.m. The
I untary organization calling itself Dinner will be served at the for a far more gigantic
the real attack the public is invited. Mrs. Rose Mae Duval
tricts. on
"The Committee of Responsible Sun church during the program. attack on poverty than the President -
Hopewell Baptist day
evil of segregation Northern cities Republi ans" has School, 10 a.m.; and< the Home The public is invited. Sister Final rites for Mrs. Rosa Mae has proposed-a "bill of

; The Appeals Court said the 1954 should be on segregation in housingand urged Republicans to vote Mission meets, 11 a.m. Rev. W. Lillie B. Lewis, reporter. Duval of Alachua, who died rights for the disadvantaged."

; Supreme Court ruling "does not require discrimination* in employment.They against the Goldwater slate of J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. A g n es May 11 at the University Teaching The Negro leader, presidentof

integration (but) merely for are related. *If Negroes have delegates. Senator Goldwaterhas Gordon, reporter.Zion CONVENTION BEGINS Hospital following a brief ill- the Southern Christian Lead
won the endorsement of The annual session of the ness will be conducted
A.M.E. Z ion Sundayat
bids discrimination" and ruled that equal opportunity to jobs, more of the Temple ership Conference, said todayhis
conservative California
archly Woman's and Educational
Church School, 10 ajn.; morning Missionary 2 p.m. from the St. Luke would
,the Gary school board need not move them can afford homes outside the Republican Assemblyand Convention A.M.E. plan immediately
auxiliaryof Church with the Rev.
worship, 11 ,a.m.; and even i ng transform the conditions of Negro
'.children bus to change the racial housing distri ts where they the United -Republicans the Mt. Sinai Anderson
by poor services, 7 p.m. There will be a Missionary Bap- Hugh officiating. In- life-as well as conditionsfor
:balance of schools. typically live. of California, an ultra-right brief members' meeting after tist Association began yester- terment will follow in the St. millions of indigent white
faction that broke away from morning services for the purpose day and last to May 17 at Matthews Cemetery.Mrs. .

\ the Assembly because it was of planning for Men's Day Starke. Rev. E. D; Robinson, Duval is survived by her persons."I

( Depresses Progressives regarded as too liberal. observance. All men are urgedto pastor; Rev. G. G. McArthur; husband, Isiah Duval, nine chil- don't see any possibility of

II Stating that one of its major be present. Rev. W. L. Sou- moderator. dren, Miss Rosa M. Duval, Isi bringing the Negro into the

F aims was to prevent an ultra- der, pastor. ah Duval Jr., Mrs. Marva mainstream of American life

.1 I' $ May Split COP conservative Goldwater dele- Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday SPECIAL NOTICE. Campbell, Mrs. Demaris Clayton without some type of compensatory -

: aITy gation from having a hand in School, 9:30 a.m.; morning Mrs. A. H. Hasty is openinga Miss Gloria Duval, Charles consideration to make up

oNgressive drafting the convention plat worship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30: Hat Making Course at the Duval, Miss Goldie Duval, Al- for all the things he has been

i' By RIClJARD WILSON the highly popular Eisenhower Party have discovered form and the selection of p.m.; and evening worship, 7 Recreation Center, Tuesday.J phonso Duval, and Rickey Du deprived of," King said in an

Chief, Cowles Washington administration and particularly that President John- California's next Republican p.m. There will be midweek May 19, at 7:30 pjn. val; 18 grandchildren; two sis- interview. '
I Bureau since his opponent was a son more nearly resembles chairman, the Committee of

'. WASHINGTON-Once upon Catholic. their political ideal than any- Responsible Republicans said:

a time a. group of men,triedto After Nixon's defeat, politi- one else in either party under "The Goldwater delegationis CRITICISM IRKS RIGHTS BILL PROPONENTS __ '0 .

i\\ : make the Republican Party cal erosion set in. A new modern conditions.As not representative of our

I It i moderate and progressive. group in the Republican Par- Senator Goldwater steadily Republican party inasmuchas

i Their names are remembered ty remembers Tom Dewey approaches the nomination there are no Negroes, Intolerance in Pursuit of To1er1rnFi
buj where are they? They only as a legend. Senator delegate by delegate, a Mexican Americans, Orien-

t.JJ nominated Willkie and Dewey Goldwater recently told the mood of depression and even tals, or anyone from the Jew-

L and Eisenhower, and acquies- national Press Club: "In one desperation has settled upon ish faith on the delegation.
*' ced. in nominating Nixon. state some of the new people the progressive wing of the N fro forh irimr sential to final judgment the the amendment does not apply this infraction of the Bill f fRights

t The names of some of them said to me: 'Did you know Republican Party. They feela :3. IN TENNESSEE the By ARTHUR KROCK circulation of responsible opposing to any form of "govern- and as arguably

1 are Herbert Brownell, Walter Tom Dewey? What was he good deal the way the con Goldwater "conservatives" also WASHINGTON The prevailing views of its constitutionality ment" service. Nor did he of the 13th Amepdmenj;

['; Williams, Lucius Clay like:' servatives felt during the 20 managed to gain control. indications of the public public policy and dispute the reasoning that It is also typicairoHinany
11 Herbert Brownell the of The net result that for record are that a bipartisan enforceability. Yet whenever
Sam Pryor Len Hall Russel was years progressive domina was servitude" of those who object to
"involuntary covers the
I such views have been
I I Sprague, Arthur Summerfield, most accomplished political tion. The difference is that the first time in half a cen- majority in Congress favors reported reporting of examinations of
there will not be the basic concepts of the in this space, the tenor of "barbers, hotel clerks,
Sinclair Weeks. There was operator of his time in either the conservatives had no tury a Negro the equal rights bill
i:\ also Harold Stassen, and Sher- political party. He bowed out where to go. They could sit delegate to the national con- pending equal rights legislation most protests has been againstthe shoeshine men, waiters and if these by qualified
persons examinations !-
I r man Adams and Dan Thorn- of the attorney generalshipand on their hands but they had vention. There, too, Republicans among which is the extension circulation of any dissentat waitresses just as much as are critical that
j all.This. fieldhands and ,. they
; ton. There were progressive out of politics to practicelaw. little or no inclination to vote outside the Goldwater of punitive federal cotton-pickers" defend for the

I; minded business men in the Others were daunted or for Franklin D. Roosevelt, group are shocked and dismayed law against racial discrimi- spirit especially per- farm laborers. measure pressures that as yet :Illegal :'

1 Committee for Economic De- went home to nurse their Harry S. Truman or John F. at the loss of thousandsof nation by licensed purveyorsof vaded the letters evoked by a However, since the employe on their own are ,
f burnt votes, white and Negro. In personal services in the summary here of an article assumption -
.) velopment, and West Coast fingers.For Kennedy.But could not practice his trade, that the Supreme *
It politicians like Ralph Cakez Republicans, politics is this is not the case with the Volunteer State, too, ruth- private business sector. And by Alfred Avins, professor of or the employer operate his will validate these Court :

t and Earl! Warren, and East very often a sacrifice; Demo- today's depressed Republican lessness and a not-w ell-hidden this concept has dominatedthe jurisprudence, in the winter business, on a discriminatory as directed toward pressureJ a constitutional

i Coast politicians like Henry crats regard politics as a progressive. If he does not racial attitude is splitting theparty's national communications issue of the "Cornell Law Review basis anywhere in the U.S. objective. ._T"

Cabot Lodge, and some progressive life-time profession. And.so it like Goldwater, he can find strength. media because it is supportedby ." His argument, pre- under the provisions of the -**-..
newspaper publish happens today that there is much in Lyndon Johnson's- 4. In New York State a so many, with regular access sented as a legal brief and measure pending in the Sen- A FOREMOST -
I\ ers. nothing, or very little, left of short incumbency to attract number of Republican lead to these facilities, who fortified by numerous citations ate, he would have to choose condoning the violation of the--fe .

,,' These men and their associates progressive group which his vote. ers, including U. S. Senator rate as molders of public of rulings by the Supreme between involuntary personaland law of for the
trespass pur-
took the Republican could organize to stop the It is for this reason that Javits, noting the ill-concealed opinion. Court, was in general that the coerced performance of of racial
pose protesting
Party away from the group nomination of Senator Gold- some of the progressives par. anti-Semitism the anti-Negro ban on "involuntary servi- the skill he had acquired for of segregation -

which had ruled it through water for president, as it or- ticularly those in the East, regard attitude, and the antipathy for BUT, SINCE the legislation tude" in the 13th Amendment his livelihood and a search hotels, restaurants privately and owned,

.: the days of Harding, Coolidge ganized in earlier days to prevent the Goldwater drive as the Mexican and Oriental proposes to invest the federal would be violated if a barber, for employment in a field like. Even President JohtK the

I and Hoover. For a period of the nomination of RobertA. the first stage of a political American on the part of mostof government with vast new for example, was denied "the where he was unqualified. son's
implied w2h
20_' years, from the nomination Taft. It appeared for a catastrophe that will wreck the "conservative" organizations and penal limitations on individual right to refrain" from per- what is still sympathy
'. of Willkie through the while that Nelson A. Rockefeller the Republican Party for a supporting Senator freedom of choice, the forming his very personal But, typical of the intolerance illegal trespass"when

t last term of Eisenhower, men might polarize the pro- generation.If Goldwater, have announced very fact that this great combination services as he chose whetherfor with which the bill of according to Gov. Ppa-

., of progressive inclinations, gressive wing but he has not.. such is the case, it is they will not support the Arizona of power is urging reasons of racial discrimination is urged in the name of tolerance sent body the Governor's Massachusetts, he

t; give or take a few, ran the In any case, the new breedof a little hard to understand Redeemer if he is nomi- enactment of the measure or any other. those who offered that mother" a

Republican Party, and successfully Republicans owe no allegiance why those who'oppose Gold. nated. without substantial amend- point against Prof. Avins's message for urging the her, .to keep"fighting

*I fought off consers'atiye to half-remembered politicians water seem unable to organize ment makes even more esVoice PROF. AVINS noted that thesis showed no concern over bill." Her civil rights.
principal -
NEWS REPORTERS of the expres
to regain of an earlier era. effective
; attempts con an combination
radio and TV learning sion of this crusade was to
J trol. It may be that if Senator against him. One answer press, are -
that the famous Goldwater seek service for Negroes ..at"a
Goldwater is nominated a mil could be
Nixon was a compromise, that the progressiveshave
not: too much liked by the lion or two Republicans will lost not only their smile goes no deeper than St. Augustine, Fla. njpjel. '

progressives and not too lit- leave that party and never re energy but their status in a the teeth. When "Mr. Conservative" of' the People which serves whites onlj; ',_ "
tie liked by the conservatives. turn. And it may be true, also, party organization which has arrived in Atlantato '
BUT Till;. T
that that some of the businessmenwho speak to the Georgia con I constitutionality
t Moreover it appeared long since passed out of their
win of wanted a more hands. vention, he brushed aside a I of the ordinance she infracted
he could as a projection pro- 1
.:. mike held before him at the On The Sun's Opinion Page on the ground that she con
I.'' .. \ airport, brusquely telling the sidered it "unconstitutional" .

: ; .. POTOMAC FEVER ,, reporter to "get the damned Opinions and comments of Sun readers are welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters in the circumstances, is. an:
': thing out of the way." must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should unresolved Isstfe"Which has. :

By Jack Wilson, Cowles Washington Bureau In New Hampshire, Oregonand not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The been submitted to, ?utpotd'cided ::-
: Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it, without changing the writer's meaning or
California the senator has intent. by the Supreme Court.
,;, American Indians discuss poverty at a national conference. If they're poor revealed a lack of patienceand Hence the Pr Sid nf's message -.-

it's their own fault. Why don't they hustle around and collect the back rent? ease in the give and take. Hits CoverageOf additional practices many nit) demonstrating for a is bound to be taken "al"::
"I' of campaigning.: accummulating as many as cause! an encouragement of what!*
':GOP situation report: Goldwater has the most delegates. Lodge is the most Conservatism is an honor- Youth News 50 more hours in preparation.And Until the adults led by still remains a basic -act of

popular, but businessmen like LBJ. The convention is now expected to pick able word. how does the Sun our newspapers and other civil disobedience.. .-- -
McNamara for vice president and go home.,. ._ __ EDITOR, Sun: I was ashamed recognize sources of communication _
- : But it has been seized by to show the article concerning such effort? By a mea- recognize what is Doubtless the President intended -.'-

k The B-70 supersonic bomber is !nearly ready_ for its-. firstf-, lightrlfs- 'amazing'- -certain factions that go the recent band state sley 16% inches overall! Every worthwhile that our good studentsdo and only to express an admiration -_.._,
the American
against who entered in
how anything that travels 2,000 miles an hour can-arrive_ anywhere:a-year/and principles contest to my 'daughter who youngster only then will which many-otherg-.
t a-lialf= late. ." r-' :-' --- --f 'that!. have enabled a, had worked so hard as a ensemble and solo at least Co interest they continue share for gallantry"with personal ..-
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sacrifice prompter
w. ... member of the GHS band. people in worthwhile activi- at the :
'Whistler's Mother is to visit the U. nestrroonlhriThe-White- House has.:" r-::-nation strong and which prosperous.A honest. Please don't put! this letter you wonder why the ties. ing of .$ moral urge,, But tH :*-:
dered all departments to try to find a suitable policy-making job"for her. ".* conservatives must ask is down until- you have read it youth of today is becoming As long as we as adults con- show message of his and exuSerance another! jecentt=
all! less interested in what the sug- --
what they are going to do tinue to emphasize crime, misbehavior -
Castro's science'chief'says the Cubans may have a nuclear reactor in five about those "conservatives"who The youngsters in Gaines- adults think worthwhile. gest he turn In his Bible -
fr years. They'already have the chains-and they get a reaction time ville and Schools non-conformity reading from IsaIah to"'Proverbs ..:II
every a clamor most in behalf of P.K. High Don't tell me it was for long will we delay the time XXVI-17
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I .:2 flies '" "Hethatpass-JTZ
over. .Senator Goldwater. have worked over 180 hours lack of space! In the same when our young people will eta by ana meddleUiwlthp
-- ,- And secondly to examinethe for this culminating event. issue you devoted 29% inchesto all focus -
appreciated strife :..:
Does it seem lo' : belonging not to him
: you th fihe'athletes-1Yho used to endorse cigarettes are shav mind and Those who in the -
of participated of
,philosophy a group 90 people behavior.
ing-more these'days? 3 : : ?. w' ,' : -- young i isjike! ..on&thaLtaket4 r-
the senator himself. solo and ensemble had not in
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V Senate debates civil rights again F -
a today-its 56th session devotedto :
the measure. But the pace is
4 slow, with all forces looking a.
ahead to the important session' ,
scheduled for Tuesday. .
a 'ti
That's when Republican lead-
t ers try to sell their rank and
.t file a package of amendments
they think will give the bill a
i w better chance for passage. Un-
til then, there isn't likely to be
any dramatic break in routine,
xrh $' with Southern foes continuing to :: .. ;
hammer at the bill's lack of a
guaranteed trial by jury for
those convicted of criminal con-
J tempt.

Democrats, minus the South- .
I. \$'.Z erners, may meet the same dayto 1t n

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I.j Members of Delta Kappa Gamma honorary education fraternity presented age of amendments by Republican A *
I j record: player and book cart to the pediatrics department of the University Leader Everett M. Dirksenof $ !! 11
or Florida Hospital Wednesday. Displaying the phonograph (from left) are Illinois. 9 ?
i Caroline Ferguson, librarian at P.K. Yonge school and vice president of the
/' sorority; Doris Schmidt, music professor at the University; Mrs. Douglas I The true vampire bats of tropical : 4 f EJE S
"\ Scates, Gainesville teacher and president of the sorority; and Barbara Gen- America subsist only on : 1 i -
try, chief pediatric nurse at the hospital. The gift was made in memory of blood drained from living animals ..
Miss Schmidt's sister, Marian E. Schmidt. The cart will be used to transport including man. ti n e
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CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) dispersed, but about 20 youths
National Guardsmen had to use refused, and began heckling the! :
f tear gas again Thursday night guardsmen. A few stones were I II SEVILLE'S
f I to break up a Negro demonstration thrown, and Gelston ordered I
; in. this racially divided tear gas fired. It took only two,I NURSERY & GARDEN CENTER
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town. cannisters, a spray from a new/ litti!tt"1tf0'f0 .:' .
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removal of Brig. Gen. GeorgeM. I Guard troops have been here Mxa
Gelston, National Guard since last June 12, following an MEET TONIGHT .
j commander, charging that he outbreak of racial violence. a '
i was not enforcing the modified They had been reduced to a token
j militia law which includes a force of 10, but an additional -, with other
ban on demonstrating. 350 were brought in Mondayfor persons who arc
I About 150 integrationists, anticipated demonstrationsin J. HAYDONBURNS N. .
,l most of them Negroes, left St. the wake of a Monday night
Lute's Methodist Church Thursday speech here by 1.1ama- Gov. :'
night marching and singing George C. Wallace. The troops'still
i fat'the fourth demonstration in are here.New y; 4f WORKERS
as:;;many nights.

f Gelston intercepted the AEC Test x AT W letEanTtwaterJs.aulhority.jG@; can't melt its character
marchers about one-half block 7:30 : .. ;
; from Washington Street, which WASHINGTON (AP) The : p.m.
leads into the white I .
section of Atomic Energy Commission *
_i this town,of 12,600.- conducted a low-yioJd nuclear I '' The Gainesville ;rThai's Because Four Roses has says the'the And our spe:) > ,.Sip N :14 Is as
t Most of,' the demonstrators weapons test Thursday at its Burns for Governor special character.A charactercapaciaJmorecostIymethodofbtending' much Four Roses ,. ;; ,.
Nevada test site. Headquarters bIB of surviving any kind of mix) keeps its flavor alivejnyflur drink, as Sip No.1. r.'tf: .r:.;..
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;; eighth test of 1964 and the lllth 301 S. MAIN 'Four Roses is made from grains A whiskey whose aulhoritywon'tgraded .
amrstrilk Sim since testing was resumed in i Meetings every Mon., Wed. & Fri. nights. Join with us and #1 and 12.(TfeejBovernment. jneltwith the ice."
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d healed and grew plump Mari 1 brother Carlos, 6. Her mother TO JIM NOTICE V. BRADLEY: TO APPEAR

r Tot Bubbles After 200 J"j bel's spirits thrived. works there as a waitress to Address unknown ,
You are hereby notified that a suit for
"She became a little tyrant," support the fatherless family.A divorce has been filed against you, by UNITARIANUNIVERSAL1STFELLOWSHIP
says her day nurse, Mrs. Chrys- physician who attended her the ,Circuit Court of Alachua County. Florida -
j in Chancery and you are requiredto
talee Maxwell. "Spoiled was no says of her future: serve a copy of your Answer or pleading

II Doctors Save Her Life word for it. But how could you "It's always a problem in attorney to the S.Complaint l_ SCRUGGS on the Post Plaintiffs Office I;j 1204 N.W. 10th AVENUE
j help but love her?" these cases. They thrive here. Box 197, Gainesville. Florida, and file i 11:00 A.M. SUNDAY
the original in the office of the Clerk II
Maribel learned tricks, and They have a better life than 'I of the Circuit Court at Gainesville. Florida SPEAKER:

p"\ By RALPH DIGHTON I lage doctor could do nothing-tone month after she entered the! she learned to smile, even to they'll ever know again. They A. D., .on 1944 or; before otherwise the the 1st allegations day of June of I,: Walter T. Marin tti

, 'J Associated Press Science Writer t cept tell Mrs. Olea the child hospital, Maribel was ready for. laugh, when gifts came in from have plenty of food. the fessed said by Complaint you. will- be taken as con I:

was dying. her first operation. Six more! all over this country Canada "How are they going to get DATED this 29th day of April A. D?I ASSISTANT CURATOR OF EXHIBITS
in the home situation?
followed. X-ray therapy, to discourage and Mexico. along J. B. Carmichael
bright and bubbly age of 2, Mrs. Olea hitched a ride to growth of scar tissue,, Maribel goes home soon to He shakes his head, a little Clerk of the Circuit Court TOPIC:
t Merry Maribel stands in her Yuma. After emergency treat- was instituted.As San Luis to rejoin sisters Gabriella sadly. "We don't know. We By Deputy: Cherries Clerk Hales "Americanism For Export"
crib and throws kisses at the ment, Maribel was brought to I(Court seal
,. her once-wasted fonr I 8, and Merna, 1, and never know. I(3307) 5:1,1, 15. 22
whole, 'uri"ntvib, wonderful U1nr1"..VA A"" Good Samaritan: HrKnitfll" here -
and later moved to Chil' .' ... ..,
: was "t 1 : .lU lI t
+,t'I Indiscriminately. with either 'drens Hospital.By t. .liW.lnMit.NJ: '!1H ::f."IIf.:: t t t"'I -'U\H= a: t--.lJJ. ..
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that time all traces of the

That 'she can do so is a medi 'criginal venom had disappearedin \ .. i

cal marvel. the infected flesh. Whateverit :;: NATIONAL; .4.. A 1 i
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It's a marvel. first of all, that was the poison had caused i JL. Slt&t.\ ;
she-feels like throwing kisses. :blood vessels to constrict shutting t;q pp y :

: Maribel ,has been through hella off oxygen and nutriments. ; """J. .. ."' _: ... ,
I Gangrene -tissue death -had ,. _. J .'
comatose living death with #' 4? r-J.-J"-'_
half her upper torso slowly rotting set in. ( 18:1.IS: z RI GID A IRE UICKUBf :

!I from a mysterious venom. Maribel was given antibioticsto i -. .r ,yy, Z i i[ P ls

It's "a marvel that she fight secondary infections, .oft.. '" :. OJ "-tti { ICE 1-1 1, ...
can ..,.. .. .... ,I
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blood transfusions to fight ane- >' .< 'ff\ '& ,s f..., 9geat <
move one of her tiny arms as t TRAYS'
high asher lips. mia, digitalis to spur her flag- I U ." .H--;<< -. t. :.,.:.x< -v "- H:, ; ,
ging heart, and food. I... .,;*': ,j t S1' y COME IN! 1
And it's a marvel, of course, "She starving," a physician WE' .
was ; .} of this BEST BUY. See
I Take advantage a
that Maribel'is alive. spokesman says. "She ate, .A. .c, : Aa ....
Because she is alive, Maribelis I' ,., ,. J FROST-PROOF demon i ratlon.
What an ."<-ro.r.'L. ; ( Frigidaire
and ate. 4
famous 'fleshandbloodsymbol and ate, ap .#.....;.. A>:>a'''' ''.aH_''' '- Q. I
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of an assault by modern petite. around the LWJ .
Special nurses
medicine against 'a' rare and clock began month-long task o <, H Sl 1 III

massive infection. of preparing the tortured body ti .. t f..rr.. o /
Two hundred physicians-half ., \ .
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skin v
of grafts.
for series ; =
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Maribel Olea was flown hereI soft while new flesh formed ; wEwe* cJ<< '1
Oct. 15 from Yuma, Ariz. Beneath. Finally, on Nov. 15, : ::
Maribel I was dying. Her heart ; Insulated-keeps drinks hot or cold for soups hours' !I' I ,.'r.r &,

was "in failure" as doctors say, I high yet holds
I scarcely beating Her left chest,, CAN YOU : -dy., lightweight-choJcs! Blnt "at

back and arm and lower lip .. MrJ }(1 ; a of two-tone colors. i \ ::

, I were Manners swollen mother and black., Mrs. Blanca -I L- \t L

I Olea, 34, told this story: II =
A few days earlier, at their: P.I
I home in ,San Luis 15 miles be- '

I I bel left low fell arm the Mexican ill began and to feverish.border swell ,from Mari Her a],, ... T 0 S i CHECK III! THE BIGGEST VALUE EVENT OF THE YEAR FJR COME 'IN GEiFT I.I I.

mass of small bites. Two marks II P
appeared on her lower lip. :
The attack, apparently by i iiii This Is It the week of This week especially, we'll If you've been waiting for a NO PURCHASE NECESSARY

some insect or reptile, was not: :: e weeks! Yes, this is trod) wheel, we'll deal your way really good buy-don't de- :::
I 'In addition to your free gift, you receivt
witnessed. Maribel was top;{ ) tionallytheanetimelnthewe're ready to do bust.IayThisistheweelttotake P LU S 2 chancel to win other prizes: .
l young to talk about it. But Gila .. year we go all out to break ness now.Check these typical advantage of our spectacular i-

monsters, lizards up to two feet' at :: sales records. f r n values and see! offers on all Frigidaire & One Prize Given Each Week '::

long, had been seen in th!' i -- -.. .i... J- appliances. & GRAND PRIZE: A Frigidaire Major
neighborhood. Some species are II .: Appliance'

i t venomous.Maribel got worse. The vil-'' 25 M.P.H. I i iI "' --.. .. .1 :i
JUDGE ALACHUA COUNTY FLORI r. Look what you get : .
f IN RE. ESTATE OF I distance is .
I EUGENE Deceased.T. ADKINS. stopping Whatever fREE / "

I t To All Creditors and Persons Having I MUST BE SOLD BY MAY 25thModtl as an >
Claims or Demands Against Said Etate:
each of hereby notified 67 ,
You and you are needs-
r and required to present any claims FEET your EXTRA VALUE .
and demands which you. or either of I 'i!
J have against the estate of
you. may
said Eugene County.T. Adkms to the, deceased County, Judge late of ail I If you begin braking In I I I j or your ... 'with your
Florida at his office in
I'' Alachua County. 3/4 of one second. Slower reaction I :- /1 A
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Florida within six calendar months time increases stopping i ft I, FRIGIDAIREREFRIGERATOR ,
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6 Gainesville Sun Friday, May 1-, 1964

1. Atlanta Acclaims



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Ga. (AP-Leon- received Dr. and Mrs. Martin
tyne Price, who began her Luther King Jr. and several 4820 N.W. 13th St. & 441 North
career in a Mississippi church other Negroes in her dressingroom.
choir, brought her rich soprano Gainesville Phone 372-5113
to Atlanta and received in her "I'm so thrilled," she said.

words, an "overwhelming re- "It brought tears to my eyes." Hours
sponse." King, Southern integration :

Miss Price won prolonged applause leader, told the soprano: "You
during her performancein will never know what you did 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sun. -pme

the Metropolitan Opera's production for Atlanta. I was so thrilledat
of "Don Giovanni." the response. This was a
After the final curtain call, genuine expression of appreciation Service is a MUST with Us"f

exhausted but excited, the Ne- -and.about 95 per cent o
gro singer was besieged by doz- the audience was white."
;2S: : j ji ens of admirers backstage. She Miss Price told King and,his

....::: :;-: group,that she enjoyed her At- Guarantee Replacement
lanta debut tremendously."It GUARANTEE -Replaced with a brand
? Brokerage Is my first visit but I as- : New Conditioner within

IDfeWnr sure you not my last," she 5 from dote of sale.
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President an hour after the S Yr
performance .
more than 30 persons
waited outside the theater for a ReplacementGuarantee
RESPoN51B1l.Ir Kills SelfNEW
glimpse of the soprano whose 5,000

voice had captivated them. TO .
YORK (AP-Vernon C. The audience burst into thund-
\ Walston, president of Walston & erous and prolonged applause 31.500 BTU

i, Beheaded British Soldiers BuriedADEN Co., one of the nation's largest after Miss Price's first lengthy REASONABLEINSTALLATION

brokerage firms, killed himself solo in the first act and repeated -
I with a double blast from a shotgun the acclaim after inter- FREE Delivery

(AP-The remains of South Arabia, British army authorities -through a ring of tribesmen.The ernment for putting out an un- at his Wall Street office mission when the soprano's rare

two British soldiers whose heads announced Thursday rest of the patrol escaped.An verified report. Thursday night. quality obliterated everythingelse. You
Can Be
were hacked off by rebel tribes- night. intelligence report said the I ---i
His chauffeur, who found the
In London, Prime Minister Sir
men are being buried in Aden severed heads wer burid just It seemed clear that the au
the told Walston talked
The shallow graves near Alec Douglas-Home told the body, police
today with full military honors. across the Yemen border in about suicide dience, composed mostly of At
Yemen frontier were within a Qataba. House of Commons Thursday repeatedly duringa lanta's white elite, agreed for 5urelftt'sModal ,
The headless bodies of Capt. few hundred yards of where night that the Middle East is day-long drive around the the moment with Miss Price's
Four later the British
Robin Edwardes and Pvt. JohnI Edwardes' nine-man patrol ran days ready to erupt into war. But he city.No credo that "singing is the only UME057Z '
Warburton were discovered in into more than 100 rebels April Middle East commander said said his government had no in- note was found. Police said important thing in the world.? 5000 BTU's of cooling comfort W ,
Warburtonwere the heads had been displayed on they had no clue to the reason Weighs only 59 pounds. Installs est nghouse
the Radfan Mountains 60 milmes 30. Edwardes and tention of intervening in the Miss Price's previous
spikes in Taiz, one of Yemen's for: Walston's apparent despond- appearances quickly with ZIP Kit
north of Aden by troops of the killed as the patrol charged struggle between Yemen's republican in the South have
and broke two capitals. The report shocked ency. His physician said Wal-] Operates on 115 volts.7.5 amps.
British-protected Federation of shoulder to shoulder and royalist factions. been before
integrated au It plugs in like
British public opinion. I ston, 58, had been in good a lamp.
diences in her hometown o f Powerful 2-Speed Fan gives
health but have been working
said Britain's.only ,
Later U.S. officials at Taiz Dougluas-Home may $13995
I Laurel, Miss. where she was choice of comfort selections.
ALACHUA COUNTY NEEDS its too hard.Walston .
is to
objective protect
reported that the heads had not I warmly received. Plus: No-Rust Aluminum
military base at Aden and live & Co., which be Wrapper, Zinc-Coated Chassis,
been displayed there. Leaders of up to its treaty obligations to the' founded in 1932, reported assetsof Permanent-Washable Filter.Dryers .

I Britain's opposition Labor party South Arabian federation, which' $151 million and a net worthof RockefellerGets
criticized the Conservative gov- is menaced by rebel tribesmen $17.5 million last Aug. 30. It
HIGHHONESTY supported by the Yemeni republicans -has nearly 100 branches. n
VINYL FLOOR TILE Last December the firm ab-
and President Gamal Abel Peek
42 COLORS IN STOCK sorbed J. R. Williston & Beane, : g GUaran-
I Nasser of the United Arab Re- ONLY
1 O.9< PER Inc., another brokerage house,
TILE ''I public. which was one of the many victims At Secrets + tee:
Nasser has called on the
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- - If Your
Sinclair Eaton Co. of the $150-million soybeanoil
Arab world to expel
716 N. Main St. scandal that broke in Novem- Clothes
WILL YOU WORK FORROBERT i from[ the Middle East. ber.> WASHINGTON (AP) The 27//
-- --- ----- ---- Johnson administration turns Are Not
Gustave Puigdollers, Wal-
ston's chauffeur, told police that out its top-level officials todayto i CleanerWIDE
SAFETY ISO give Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller You
r after he watched Walston enter
an insider's look at U.S.
the office suite he went to a lob- Get
PRECINCT WORKERS curity problems and world af-
j by telephone to call Mrs. Walston. fairs. Your

MEETING SATURDAY While he was talking with her,, The New Yorker thus be- Money
he said, he heard two shots, ran comes the first of the contenders Back.r .
Give Your Car A Physical into the office, and found Wal- for the Republican presidential -
2 p.m. GHS Auditorium Examination At A Gainesville Safety Circle" ston sitting in front of his desk. nomination to take up Pres- .r J.

A shotgun was on the floor beside ident Johnson on his offer of in- "
SWING TO HIGH TOM DOBSON Agency him. He shot himself in the telligence briefings.
mouth, police said.
(Pd. Adv.' 413 N. MAIN 372-1473 The 20-gauge shotgun was one Rockefeller, fresh from his r

f'several Walston kept In his i campaign for votes In today's

office. Walston was a big-game I Oregon preferential primary, is
hunter and he had lined the to be briefed at the State Department -

walls of the office with trophy by Secretary of State
I { heads, elephant tusks and bear Dean Rusk, Undersecretary of
Stop in at your favorite tavern tonight. skins. State George W. Ball: Secretaryof

Walston, born In Perry, Okla., Defense Robert S. McNamaraand
started his career as a clerk for John'' A. McCone, Central
the Bank of America in Visalia, Intelligence Agency director. Heavy Duty Laundromats
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Calif. He formed his brokerage
own Johnson made the offer Washers
briefing Electric Dryer DTF100

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to "major candidates for the Giant Capacity washes and dries 24
headquarters moved to New office of president" in a New pounds of clothes at the same time.
York City about 10 years ago. York speech April 20. He said 5-PosItIon Water Saver adjusts water
His sons, Carl and Jack, are input to size of load.
he did so because "those who Installs
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vice of the firm.
presidents seek to discuss great public is- inches of floor space.
Walston & Co., although not sues must be informed of those : Priced Two Deep Rinses-an exclusive
itself involved in the soybean oil Westinghouse feature.
I scandal last year, went to the issues. 4 Preset Washing Programs auto
matically adjust to type of fabric.
aid of the Williston firm, which Rockefeller accepted with the i From 4 Automatic Drying Programs for From
J had been suspended from the provision that it would not hamper every type of fabric.
New York Stock Exchange for his criticism of administration -

two days until Walston's loan policies.
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restored its required minimum I $8900 $13995FREE
capital account. NOW OPEN
Williston had extended $610-
000 credit to Allied Crude Vegetable 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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a, ay failure of a score of businesses 0 Wines j
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Oregon in Tree for A1F Vote Today I AUTO FINANCE I


By 'WALTER R. HEARS I'backed the former vice presi- Lodge organization, said in San-{pected about 70 per cent of the I Your Can Present Refinance Car and/or
U I dent in Nebraska's presidential ta Clara Calif. talk like that state's
Republicans to vote. The
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP-Ore Advance Additional Cash
Lodge Given Edge primary lasi 'in + Nixon "to Goldwater more polls 'I'
:: gon's Republican free-for-all-i; y. seems help are open from 8 a.m. to On Our Special Low Rates
f who was not on the ballot, captured than anyone. 8 p.m., Pacific Daylight Time.
, \, .. presidential primary electior 1 I and Cut Your Payments
y with six candidates and one! Among 7 Contenders 31 per cent of the vote. "There is nothing to be gainedby Under Oregon law, Appling I by Vz in Most Cases.

I campaigner-Is being settled to Goldwater, who was, won with a coalition at this time," he put on the ballot the Republicans -I $550 up to $5,000

day.Election about 50 per: cent. said.Howell [ he considered nationally I Just Call Us At 376-2511
officials forecast s There have been Appling Jr., Oregon.rated candidates., ,' or Stop (In Our Office
who did his cials after COnfer-] no Oregon f I "
own campaigningeyed telling a news
t record GOP turnout of about t campaigns staged for the othertwo secretary of state, who set up I President Johnson is alone on I'. no 2tt4 tJuef4! At 718 N. Main St.
the last-minute polls and I ence his month-long Oregon
the said he
265,000 voters. Sen. primary contest, ex the Democratic ballot. I
An d _.1.U_ __;_;__ ___11aJA_ declared: "Mr. Lodge is the campaign shows the kind of candidates, Margaret -
j/uuiiv; upuuuiipredicted puu'l.Cl; : man to stop in Oregon. I would l race he would run if he won the Chase smnn ot Maine and
more of them would Pennsylvania Gov. William W.!
ll be very happy to make substantial nomination."I .
vote for Henry Cabot Lodge
f ., than for any of the other five gains. don't think that any Republican -Scranton. I SWING
Eighteen convention delegateare I and I don't care who he The Lodge forces denied an I to tlIGI 1
; contenders.
I But their election-eve sam at stake.Rockefeller. is, is going to win in November election eve report they would)I
with the kind of go to bat for Rockefeller in the
plings indicated the Lodge lead said a powerful t campaigning
was 'tapering off from the wide showing in Oregon would help I that's been going on in this California primary. t..
i H. Lawrence of the:
I margin they had forecast ear his cause in California's June 2 state by absentee representation
Broadcasting C."I; !
primary, where he and Arizona I he said. 1'fir BOB HIGH WILL DEAL WITH
lier.In Goldwater such a move would be announced : :
t' the face of those predictions Sen. Barry Goldwater meelhead t dropped his Oregon Saturday in1 Los An :
,. the Lodge campaign on, with no write-in votes; campaign a month ago, saying
he had to stick close to Washington geles. THE REAL
+ forces stepped up their tele- permitted."The ISSUES FLORIDA
while the Senate considered But Richard Clement, north-j
results in one state in
phpne for the and victory person-to-person they hope to couple bid fluence the people in another, the civil rights bill. He has since ern California chairman of the I: k _... __.___w -'

with the absentee ambassa- state and that is what happenedafter I done some campaigning in cal-

dor's write-in triumph in New the New Hampshire pri-ifornia. Recommendations: J Tax the vested interests not the little man

I .Hampshire. two months ago. mary," he said.Rockefeller His Oregon organization and, Retailers could improve their / The consumer 80 % of state taxes because certain "vested -inter.ests"
his two sons, Jr. and Michael
New York Gov. Nelson A. said it will take Barry insurance programs by keepingat
.Rockefeller-the only candidate "a massive effort to break: have carried the Gold- a minimum the number or don't pay their FAIR SHARE. HIGH wants a fair tax for these .

through" and beat Goldwater in I water message to Oregon agents writing their insurance, interests.

California. Unless he does, Rock, voters. I preventing gaps and overlap- / Veto tax on groceries and medicine
efeller added, Goldwater will be: Former Vice President ping in coverage, and improve :
PeopleIn hard to stop at the Republican ard M. Nixon got a plug RiCh-f service on claims. Call / Promote eeononvc arnwfh

National Convention.The day from a new Oregon HAYTHORNEInsurance J A MINIMUM WAGE law helps everyone by promoting economic pros-

:1 the NewsBy California contest carries in, former Secretary of rarity
terior Fred Seaton. Agency
86 convention votes. Goldwater "I think he'll run I. IT'S HIGH TIME FOR A GOVERNOR OF THE PEOPLE
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS figures with them he would very 107 N. Main FR 2-1433 have more than 600 of the 655 I strong, said Seaton, who I .. _
I NEW YORK (AP) The :-
votes it will take to win the
fourth wife.of Alan Jay Lerner, .
I nomination.
Broadway lyricist whose hits include .
Rockefeller flew to Washington (" ....-". .. 'NN<'_' ;<
"My Fair Lady, has ;
sued for separation. for an intelligence briefingby : r.i
Johnson administration offi-
''Anything we have to say ,
will be said in court," said .
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Mrs. Lerner's lawyer, Roy Nurseryman .
Cohn. The papers were sealed.

Gets the Bird I When

ATLANTA (AP) Sargent
MOBILE, Ala. (AP-A determined -
Shriver, director of the Peace i ,
female cardinal bird is
Corps and President Johnson'santipoverty .
program, brushedoff holding up sale of more than I

reporters' questions duringa $400 worth of young oak trees "''

visit to Atlanta about the pos- by a nursery. MARTIN WALDRON n The St. Times
sibility of his becoming the The cardinal built a nest in I Writer Petersburg

Democratic candidate for vice one of the trees in a lath house,

president. and Harold Dodd, the nurseryman

said Thursday the entire, .
of oaks couldn't be .
NEW YORK (AP-Thurgood shipment F
moved until the cardinal's eggs, Receives Pulitzer
Marshall, the attorney who suc- a
the are hatched and the young birds I e
cessfully argued case
against segregated schools be- learn to fly.

fore the U.S. Supreme Court 10 The process is expected tc I .

years ago, is'the winner of the take about two more weeks."I .
NAACP's Liberty Bell award. love birds," Dodd said. Florida'sThe

The award was presented to .

Marshall, now a federal judge, r
DEEP SEA _....
by the National Association for :' "'-
the Advancement of Colored JACK NEASE
People Thursday night. FISHINGFrom I Writer .

The award was presented during REAL Winner
the closed-circuit telecast of ,
a "freedom spectacular" by I It t.K' .
which the NAACP hoped to raise i Steinhatchee, Fla.

. $1 million. Thirty-four enter-i
tainers donated their services on e r, s

to the show, which was telecast t.DON.
j to 48 cities. I

i LOS ANGELES (AP) Mrs. i 65 Feet Long w # S K 94x
Barbara Diane Crosby, ex-wife! s .>..
of Lindsay Crosby, has taken I 18 Feet Wide I' t : 4+

out a license to marry Gerald!] Coat Guard Inspected. a itLwN
I Reed Bott, 30, businessmanfrom I Lounge room & MEIKLEJOHN a ...,:

Sherman Oaks, Calif. Snack bar Writer ;. .

Leaves Taylor's Dockat rjf tP r aY ,..
7:30 : ? :;
\, Dies DrivingSchool a.m.
I Returns 5 to 6 p.m. I rwS6.Ar

Bus I I .i w I y
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MARILLA, N.Y. (AP-Seven- ?* .
$5.00 per person ni /V 1M t P.rt. .04'F
F 4K'1p
I teen kindergarten children es- $1.00 for Rod & Reel I
I caP.ed'injury Thursday when a -

school bus swerved off the road I Ij

j after the driver died of a heart Trips open to individur'sSat.

attack. ., Sun. and HolidaysFor i r

Police said the bus crossed a
t lx
I ditch into a field. the driver: -,(\
'was Alton Fix, 60, of Alden. Charter Mon., Tues., JOHN GARDNER f'
The children, pupils at Town- Wed., Thurs. & Fri. Writer

lineelementary school near this
: -Erie-count village, were examined
for nentodcus, It sct
by a physician. I '
Phone Cross City 1& ,tier '
'! None was injured, but several'I : 8 ?"a i x 'cwt he'St:PefersbergRTi ;

were "shaken up a bit," said; HY 8-3423 ,, ,,' its tmresta iott.,
Drt Wilson R. Conrad, the y qqq

'school superintendent. I j4 ,4 .
..., '$A'.iWD' '} Cq M'I avs '
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: SPECIAL! LIMIOTAirConditioning TIME :Jt ;::; <' .

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I WARREN PIERCE .:1 The Times has a tradition of public service that
t TS GREAT to be a winner. .
Plus Editorial WriterJOHNNIE spans 80 years. While less dramatic than a Pulitzer

? Installed $265 Tax .<-.. .-_-.-_-_ ..-_.....-..__-_h. One of the nicest things about coming out on topis we're equally proud of a PTA certificate for con- '
jl r : the fact share victory with others.
tribution to education and an American Legion I
-and up Since word came The St. Petersburg Times won
:1.1 citation for making Americanism more demonstrative.
? the 1964 Pulitzer Gold Medal for Public Service,
Yv ... -- .... w $ -<:" telegrams and phone calls have been coming in
.. -
-<> I m Records will The Times
t' .1 1 1I from all over. say won the Pulitzer in
1964. This isn't exactly correct. All of Florida
\ it's
< a J Florida feels a winner, too. so happy
the Pulitzer in '64. The key to the award was that
I \' about it. Congratulations.Keep up the good
:. .' this effort accomplished concrete reforms, savings
work.Fine jobVe're counting on more
ii \H Floridians tens of millions of tax dollars. Mere
iii' \ this in the future.
I .Q.\;; t'A ... words never bring about reform. People do. The i
couldn't rest on our laurels if we tried. citizens of
; EVANSPhotographer responsive Florida acting through the ;

Our staff is bursting with even more energy than Legislature, in truth wrote the new laws that won

I I'Ve usuaL We may have to buy a larger trophy case*. the prize. They are the real winners I

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A Staff Effort .:- -;;-: -It already contains two National Headliners awards for public service;

.ss. I' the University of Missouri School of Journalism medal for distinguished .

1 While the Turnpike Series journalism; the.Golden Gavel award of the American Bar Association;"

Custom units available on most late models-Ford, which won the Pulitzer Prize the American Heritage Foundation for getting out the vote, among .
I Chevrolet, Pontiac Oldsmobile Plymouth, Valiant ..
i Involved in some measure others. ,_ .. : r ;; ;::
and others. almost the entire 650-maa ,. 'f'i- :; -. .._
Financing Available.HawesPowers Times staff some were more :; '
ti deeply involved over a periodof :
many weeks. It was Martin .. >

Motor Co. Waldron's strong story backup, and support he received ic fkf erstmrrj crimes ,, ," .Yh. -


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y*: NOTICE W 9 52 ft Lot 1 Blk A...... : Charlie Williams .. .... .#194 Lot 1 . .. ............. .. 4 H.J..,(A., Frances Shroer62.4 .... ....... ... Gertrude & Bet&.J Sm8U .71fl5
Blk A less *" ** vjf -. ? a '- LofS.S ..7?.. ..IK.Let G. Ella .. ..5 3J7
Notice thereof4w111 E 26. SECTION -
Is hereby given that the following described or f 1 2 10-19 ? *
necessary to pay the amounts due for lands taxes herein s mu opposite ML< RW .. .. .. ...Sif...... Ruth Starke ...... .... ... 4.9 S1/* ACRES AS PER DB 225 PG 176 z 4 56 .n.. ..... S. Si Nora Scruggs.. ..23.00

tjjh e same b together with th costs of such sale and adlisin will be sold MCDOWALLS ADDITION LESS NE.LY 300 FT .. ...... ... H. W. & Elizabeth Vorles ... 1t4 LotsO ......... .. ;.;... .... W. Smith Sr. (Willie ..:..:.... .. 3.77
Lot ...... W. & Janie Jr. (Willis) 734
U-bl'C auction o t > day of June A.O. 1964 O'cok noon at Lots 5 & 6, Blk 4 .. O. O. Annis ....... ..... 6V SECTION 2 A 3-10-19 Lot 6 sit Pate .
& Irene )
'" """ Clerk In Alachua Court House Blk . .. Annis ... ...... 982 ( 7.
of the the Circuit Court the County Lots 7. 4 0. O. ... .. S 418 FT OF E 3615 FT OF SEC 3
Lots 6 67 83 ...:...... .... .. Cudgo & Gibbons & Jones ... 27
"- V- Cit of Gainesville. Alachua County Florida. ROPER'S ADDITIONLot LESS LOT 26 & S 1487 FT OF W .
: Sammie R. Hunter ......... 43.42 THOS-STEENBURG S D PB B"M
FT SEC 2 .
13, Blk 3, 1 Less E 70 OF
. : CSIGINAL GAINESVILLELot of N 140 FT Rn. Less S 70 Ft F 497. LotSBkB ... ......S...... ... tub SImmons HeIrs .Son ...... 23.10

, Lot 3 BIshops Replat. Blk 1 Range 7 G. W, Bass .... .... .... 3.3 E 75 Ft .. P. L Halbrook. EST. ........ 1459 Lot ANGLEWOOD 14 Bn B REPLAY... Robt. & Sophie Fisher .. ...... '5." Lot DUVAL 3 Bk HEIGHTS C. ..PB..E...... ...... Wila E. Gain .............:. 4.21

1 Itt8&8egNWcorLotrunN9ftE WV* of NEVi of Lot 16. Blk 4, Rng 1 A 8. Olhe Wyche ...... 140 Lot 17 Bk B : : :: :. N. O. McDowell Jr. ....... 18.0 > .
43 tt S V I W 4 I Bishops Replat SE cor Lot Blk 5. Rnq 1. Run __ A & Marion Roberts (Brence) Lot 7 .. P. .Daisy Day ........... IUSC
,' Blk 1 Range 7 ... .. .. .. . G. W. Si Cora L Bass .... .. 46.34 Co Ft N 13 E 50 Ft S 100 Lotl.4BkB 6.5 Lot 9 .... .... .. .......... : L.lllle (Chnton) .. lU1
FLETCHER 1 Mclntos
t' Air Block I Range 7 .. .. .. .... .. Kay Frances Hancock ........ 229.60 Ft S POB .. . Luvenia Henry ET AL ... ... 6.2 Lot 10 Bk G HGTS NO .. John & Elizabeth Wood .. .. 10.6 Lot 12 ..-... .... ......... J. e Hal ._.. ......... 14.p
Lot 16 .. ..... .. .. .
BRUSH ADDITION .. .. .. ...
S 95 FT of N 105 Ft of E 1 3 ef Let OAKLAND TERRACELot S. Dickerson & Wife ..... "
EeSEcor.8k13ruiW130ftN35! ') ..... 1821 Lot .. ...... .............. Do 1.
hii Henderson 11987 2
li, Blk 5, Rrg 1 ...... o Myers .. 3 .. Wm. R. Willeen Welcome (Joseph) ..
.. 60 Lea
....... I Lot .
ft'E 30 ft N 90 tt E 10 f S 125 f .. ... Louise Hill McGregor .!Lot 9, B;. 3. Rng 2 .. 'oy TOOT'S .... .... ..'07 W-OCLAND TERR NO 2 PB E.22 w. Ma"ie Brown ( ... 1101Legrond
I Lot 11 & 14 Blk 2 ..... Gladys & Eddie George ..... NV* of Lot 8. Bik 4 3 . usie B. Clark ...... ....... 47.51 ... G. & Marion Thorp ...... Lo125 .... ..... ..... .>... & Barbara Wiie
I 1 8. 13 Blk ..... .. ..... ... Spearman Brewing Co. ...... 4.7 H1* of N 100 Ft of Rn 1. Blk Lot 18HAZEL HEIGHTS PB F-6 .. M 6.0 Lot 27 .. ......... ........... ... W. A Ella (Willie)........ 118

Cos I 'ne Blk 23 140 ft W of NE cor Rngl 2 C L& Gloria M Broyles ... 129.55 Lot32 .. R. L&. Jo Chambers ........ .9 Lo' 33 .... .. ...... ........ Dorothy HuUma. ........ 1..1 12
for POB run n S 31 E 149 3-G 50 Ft W of SE Cor: 'Lot 4. Blk 35 .. N. A Jewel Jones ...
f ...... ".*7 HAZEL HGTS ADDN 1 PB 1.7
...... F.1 Lot 49 .
1 ftN3lfttoPOB Doris Player Vogt : t, Rnge 4. Run W 75 Ft N 150 Ft E Lot 10 ...... R. Lirghia Sutherland .. 1231 A. A Amy Baker (Alvin) ...... .
Lol.5 Annie H. Thomas ReSurvey in I'." 75 Ft S 150 Ft to POB .._. W. E. Wright & Wife ....... 562 10415 .. ............ J. L ........ 5437 Lot M ...... .......... .... L A Lucrelia Lewis (Leroy .... '.80
23 Mary Brown ..... ..... Lot 57 .. ........ ........... R. Dowdell ...... .)..
N Lot 67FOR.2ST . ...
Com on W side Arredondo St. 236 ft .
',& ofSIineBIK23runN44ftWIlSftS4lftEll5fttoBeG Cpu S tt W of NE cor of Blk 3 run W 3CV' FT OF NV* OF SV* OF .. PINES PB B. Carter .... ... 1
H. & Norma Brower
Willie Vera Dixon-Adm ........ 6394 50 I 100 tt E 50 ft N 100 tt O 0 & Martha L Annis ..... 37.9 LOT 47 L ... 47 Lot 51 ....E.7..... ....
Ora Lee Graham ...... ..... ,.n
Lots & NV* of Lot 6 B k 1 Parrish FLORAL PARK PB D-7 .. .
N Lot
242 ft 62 .
Com on W sid Arre St & 1.2.3 Addn less Street R.W as COM NE COR OF LOT 7 FLORb I F. A Annie Williams .. ..... ,1.1
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JTS ln r ft W 230 ..... 51.41 in Book 31 page 603 & Book PARK RUN S 10 FT US FT N Lot 6 Hattie Strong ............ ...... .
Thomas Hayes
ft,S I E 230 ftCon F ... recorde Minnie D. Wesley _... ..... 2329 140 FT F 145 FT TO PC3PARADISE .. O. B. & Katie Porter .... .. 58.5J. Lot 79 .. Rudolph Porter (only) ..... 3.88Raiford
? 177 S of NE cor Blk 24 run W Pae 6. P ........ ." Lot 104 .. .. ... A .t '.17
M 5 7 ...
39.24 Lot 5 6 Blk 1 Parrish SDNS3ftofWlIlftofBlk7 "me-i. PB AIS100FTOFN22SFTOF Verle Herring ..
Smith & Hunter ....... El. ; I Let .... _.
E 243 N 107. .
248 ft S 63 tt -
f 6 f Hull & Henry Raottama ... E Rosa ..............
.. .. IDS L Cald1 .1.
EM 177 ft S of SE of Bodar& 71.3 E. & Johnnie Bradstreet ...... 996 ROSEMARY PARK PB C 95
Arredo'da Sts run E ft n OAK HALL PLATE FT OF : Let Bk A ....... .
_.W 134 ft N 43 ft in Blk 13 Freddie Weaver III. ........ 3.7 49 tt of Let .18 & W8 f of Lot 19 S 100 FT OF 325 FT OF. E 100 F L K. & Evelyn Belisle .... .'.2 Lot 1 Bk D Less R.W'OR 233-98 ... M. Theora Large ---------------------v Trapp (Johnson) 19.51 2.4C.

Cro.,277 ft S of SW cor of NW 8th Ave Ics N 1 ttSCC7KN Shelley B Myers & wife ........ 3613 OFLOT5I N42SFTOF E 100 Lot 1 Bk o. ." .. C. A Altamese Fletcher .......- 4.42F.

..J..NW3rdSt.WIOOftS4 ftElOO 10-20 S100FTOF .. R. G. & June Balsamo ....... 41.20 Lot Bk D Less R.W OR 29.... D. A Altreda ......... 23.21
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ftNl6fttoPOB Manic Butler Wood ..... 21.1 8p NE cor McKinstr Lot run N 1121 FT OF LOT 54 WAITES S.D PB A-142

fifg 250 ft W S of NW cor BlkMTun W 14' 7 f W 46.11 f, S 70 W100FTOFE26OFTOFSI00FT LOT 54 M. R. & Helen Misner .... 41.K Lot 3 Blk 1 ......... ........ Frank A Bessle Rivers .. .. ... 29.68V.
Buchannan ET AL ... OF N 525 FT OF
S 66 I&E"O ftN 66 ft W 101 ft ft E 216.2 to P B in Dawkins Lot Morel 551 35 FT Lot 7 Blk 1 ...... A Pauline Bowles Virdell 4.10B.
t "To POB. ........-. ....-. J B Garrison ....... .. '.2 F. X. MILLER ADDNNV W 100 FT OF E 263 FT OF S 10 260 Lot' Blk 1 .......... 0. & Bertha B. Booker( .). 17.38

'LcTT Sou S.D Blk 26 .. ..... .... .. Osward Howard .......... 47.7, of Lot 3 .. .. . .. ... .. LIllie Mae Hamilton ..... .... 7732 OF LOT 54 S W 100 FT CF E J. D. & Lilhe Glicco ..... 95.80J. Lot 5 & 6 Less S 10 FT Bk 3 Sarah Bradley Heirs A Son .... 17.60
... ... Ulysses G. Fio/d .......... :: Chare Nattiel ... 43.23 FT OF M 90 FT OF LOT 59
'LTJT12 Sou S D Blk 26 .' Lot 46 ... .. ... .... .FTOFNV0FTOFE100FT Lot 3 Bk 6 .. .. Annie Butlard HeIrs .............- 14.47
eCirfratSEcorBIk26runN82ftW; S'otLot49&Efto'S'ofLo130 Mar Eta Williams ........... 1.0' JERU PARK PB C-44
Willie C & Mary T. Johnson ... 8494 C -T 59-OR 83-128 d'scribes this by
Lot 1> Bk D ..
6fS12fE6" '. then calls|| Mary Walker ..................... 2.40
vff' ander. ET AL ...... 203 rre'es & fwwids as Par 17 .
cor of Blk 27 run Lot 1 . .. ....... ..... .. : H. & Eleanor Craven Jr ... 424 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A 64
,-43OftW3SftN 30 ft E Un ... Hattie Ford ..... ....... .. 10.5 lotfl H C Grant ...... ........ 31.96 It par 7) .. N 320 F OF W 130 FT OF LOT 12

BROWN'S ADDITION POR CR'S ADD'N IN SEC 581011 I MAGNOLA HEIGHT PB 01 J. P. S. Betty Austin _.... .6.S LESS W DB 344-147 A. &
Dicy Morgan ............. 2101
130.67 ..
t Let 3 in NV* Blk 2 .. .... Geneva Stafford ........ Com at SE cor Lot 8 run S 89 deg! 45Mm .... G. Si Ac ee Smith (Grady) ... 5.2 S 40 FT OF N 380 FT OF W 13 FT
E & 155 ft S of NW cor of W 10.5 to POB th-nce S Lot 1 Pk B .. ..... .
( Com 360 M I run K. P. & Elizat-eth Wright OFLOT12 Miguel & Olelia Ruiz ...........: 5jf
5'ofBlk2uflE60ft552ftWftN52ft 6 89 45 W 89.5 tt N 61 d Lot 10 Bk C .. M. F. & Louise Cass ....... 932 S 280 FT OF LOT 12 LESS S 40 FT
Leola Blakley ...... ..... 24.8 de : Lot 18 Bk C ... ............. "
mm 65.3 tt N 1 deg 03 .. C. F. Si Elvie Padgett .. 13.2 OF W 130 FT & LESS E 50 FT Barbara M. Jackson ............. fu
W lOftof G'165 ft E & S3V*"tS'of 6?."5 tt P deg 45 rr'. E 145."1 .t S Lot5RkD .. S 40 FT OF W 150 FT OF LOT
Blk 2 W 82V S 1 deg 21 inn sec E ito tt to POB Me-lray Inc. ... ..... 2222 RICHLAND HEIGHT PB C 98 Ramona Davidson 142 DB 1
NWcor of SV run P. L & 306-344 .
f W. ...... .
S 52'/a ft E 82'* N 52V Pernetter Martin ........ ... < ', Lot 29 & 30 1 .. .. Isaiaft & Dora M. Norman .. 16.84No'h Lot 1 Bk ..... T. F. THOMAS S.D PB Mobley .. .......... J84

W 50 ft of E I ft of N f ft of Blk 3 Henry & Oscar Gilbert ..... 37.C', Let 37. less N 41 ft of W 575 ........ Gr. :'am ...... 6.37 0K HILL PB AU7 US ... LoOSBSA .....8.9... G. "
IO .. ...... 32.07 f Lecla : .. .. Surety Mortgage Inv Company 4136: T. Williams ... ............... 421
t EVi ofE of Lot 2 Blk 3 .. ..... Arthur Fleming 44.27 Lot 4'/ less W 50 tt ..... ....... Bl'key .. ...... 1274C 10 .... ... L L. Kinq Life Est. ...... .. 9.21 I Lots 4 5 Bk D..........*. L. E. & Mary Hayes ...... 54.05
Butler : S Res Si Wife ..
WV* of EV* OfLOt3B1k3srt John & Jessie .. Lot 116 .. .., ..... Carl W Si Mary L ........... 152 Si Lot Lot 58 33 ... ...... V. H. A Jonn Powell ...... 20.5: Lot 6 Bk 0 .. .............. C. Leggett
I E ft of of Lot & E 32V* I of Lot 115 .. Roe 163.6 Anna Williams Alberta Brooks Mr .............. 24SRoxie
41 9t R.
Oscar Gilbert .. ...
SV* ofLot4Blk3 .. ....... ... ..... UNIVERSITY lot I 751 5? Rk F L& 15.1 DAVIS RPT LOT 10 DB 2)9-44
I Resell Canady. . .. ........ ..42 HEIGHT William C Woodbury ..... 8749Wi'lim SECTION 23 *.20
WV* ofW'aofLot78k3! ..... Lois W Ex of Estate .... 2051A Lctl B'kll! .... C Ella 1:5.64 = SW COR SE t, Lot 19 ... Upton ...................... 442
Byers VloodSury FT N O
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I Lot 6 Fennell's S D in Blk 3 ... Lots 2 & 3 Blk 1 .. 16 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-44
W. C. 81 -
BROWN'S ADDITION Lot 7 Blk 1 ................ H. Wobr .. 85.85 28 DEG 2 MIN 10S49 S FT OF LOT 4 LESS W 151

Lot 7 Fennell's S.D in Blk 3 ...... A Byers ... ............ 6.2 I Lot 9 Blk .. .... W. C. & Ella H. Woodbury. .. 18.6 200 FT FT TO E BEG.614.51 N FT N DG 44 DEG 31 53 MIN 10& LESS R.W.. ". J. W. Si Lillian Welch .......... 1064

Lot 14 in EV* of Blk 5 ..... .. ... Oscar Perry ....... ....... 2173 MISC LANDS IN SECTION 5 1f'' 54437 FT S 61 D=G N 6 FT OF S 13 FT OF W 165 FT
Lorn in EV* of Blk 5 .. ..... ... Mar M Y Jones ...... 25.37' Com 490 I S of SW cor of U-'versity W 31 1:4.6 W 200 FT S 28 DEG 2 MIN E LOT 21 R.W DB 362.377 J. C. Osteen ...... ................ .431
Lot'8 .. D Juries & Thelma 0 Hall 9 62: Sts run W 98 S ICO .... 1004 N FT OF S 240 FT OF E 120 FT
: in EVj of Blk 6 . Aveiso' I W. R. & Ann Dudley Jr. .. 6
W 58.5 I of Lot 14 in EV* of Blk 6 .. .. Floyd Davis. .............. 4.3 ICO I ..... Florrie Morris Est .. .... 14751 'CCTION 100 FT TO J7920 PCG. .... lot 22 . T & Jannie Rollins ............. 3.51L.
Com cor Lot 26 Blk 7 S 75 n
1 W6OftNlSftE6Oftt0P-B ru ... . Cornelia A Jones Smith ..... 5.8 t.ot4Btk3 LIVINGSTON ADDITIONLot .. Mary A Roth ............ 24.2 N OF 1104 W FT 1372 OF FT S 1137 DR 313-234 FT OF E 100...FT.. T. J. & Helen! Davis ...... 132.14 OFLOT22 ." & Essie Robinson (Leroy) ... 5611


Blk f 3 ... ..... ..... Jessie Perry ..... .. 4228 19 8.. Beg NW cor.Lot 18 run NE.ly 128 ..... ... . .... ... B. L. & Ruth Bryan .... .. 19445 OF LOT 23 T. E. & Lillie Webb ............ 2954
.ElOftofLot3lBlk7 .......... Ceo. 8. Annie Tomlin ...... 10.69 71 tt S ly 177 f NW ly 15:.3 f Si Beg. Lot 130 .. ... ........... Ella F. Wood .. 133.37C S 105 FT OF N 210 FT OF W 165 FT
Lot 21 in of Blk 10 .... ...... Amelia Webster ........... 15.87 NW cor Lot run S-ly 137.7 f NE ly Lot 131 .. ..... Si Betty McKinney (Chester) 103! OF LOT 23 . Barbara A. Britt ................ .34
I ..... ... .
Dorothy King 7351 .
Com 189 ft E of NW cor of Blk 11 run 71 5 tt NW ly 146 tt .. .. ... Lot 132 .. C & Betty McKinney (Chester) 100.: WARDS RPT LOTS 2 30 3 DB 27..26

E 42 ft S 157'' f W 42 ft N 157V* f\ Theodore Huddieston ........ 954 MISC LANDS IN SECTION 8-10-20 'W 250 FT".OF..LOT.' .142.... .. .. .. .. G. W. Ahrens Jr. .......... 60.58 Lot 3 Blk 6 C. R. & Evelyn Waters ....... 2008
Com SW cor Rocky Point RD & ACL WARDS
Lot 3 & EV* of 5 University Terracein SECTION 18 9 20 RPT LOT 35. NEW G'VILLE .
EV* BIkl3 ........ .. .... Ale& Felicia M. Druash .... 41749 RR run N 72 deg 34 mm W 10741. ft S 200 FT OF- -PARCEL 7 OF Lot 2 Blk 2 .. .'. ...... Donald Zausch .. .... ........... 1609

Lots 3. 4 & 8 Dukes Cor Blk 14 Rose ............ 82.8 SWIy 100 f SE.ly 307.41 f NE ly 100 Paul W. Duke ........ .... VILLE INDUSTRIAL PARK GAINES.. .. Bev Investment Co. ..... .. 2.6 WARD RPT LOT 3 DB 325-489
ft to POB .. 10.81 J. H. SV Yvonne
Com 247V ft N of of Blk 15.run SPRINGSTEAD PB D-, Lot 1 Bk 3 Ward ......... 1004
S W 132 ft N 82V* ft E 132 I S 82V* ftCOODE'S .. Joseph Belton ... .... 16.0 Com 180 f S of SW cor ACL R R S Lot 2 S of Creek Rd Extension S. Lot 3 DAVIS REPLAY LOT 37 3 DB 310-1

SUBDIVISION Stole 3 run N 72 dog 54 mm W Less R.W DR 351 TO 363 .. .... H. A. & Lena Sparkman ..... 60.3 Lot 1 & 2, Blk ...... Ernest G. Tetstone ............. 4298
.. Lot 1 & S'/, of E 10 ft of lot 3 Blk 2 Ruby H. Killinger ........... ..17P 43).6 ft 2.3 I N 54 deq E 187.77 CREEKSIDE PB D54Wi AVONDALE ESTATES PB D-Zi

O A.'PORTER'S S.D OF SECTION 4-10-29 ft. to ACL 72 de 54 mm E of Lot 9 & Lot 10 ......... .. S. F. Fogle ............ 59.93 Lot 3 Bk A ..... Modern Homes Const. Co ...... 3X37G
0 14 8 34 mm tt
S 100 S
N 46 ft of Lot 4 and A 11.5 f Strip N f deg 7 SECTION 29920 S 22 FT OF W 40 FT OF LOT 5 BKLot

of same . . ... . . .. G & Janet Geiger ... .... 2608 dp min E 307.41 f S 8 deg 36 Paul W. Duke .. 15760 S 130 FT OF N 190 FT OF E 105 FT A .. ................. & Fannie Judkins ............. 200
,WV* of Lot 51 .. . Ruby H. Killinger ...... .... 78.62 I W8oftto P.B .... ... Grover Davis.,.Jr.. .. 1609 W 120 FT OF SE' OF NW'4DIXIE .... Edith M. Voyles (only) ...... 37 3 Bk B .. ......... Willie Si Elese Whittye .......... 494B
VOYLES SURVEY OF SECTION 610-20 of as per DB 31 page 248 M ... PB B.80 E4I1FTCFLOTSPKC ........ T. Washington ............ 280J
S 105.7 f of W 9 ft of Lot 1 Leonard'sPlat Com NE cor run 1172 ft Run S 43 (e Lets 7 HEIGHT Roger W. & Clara Mon: -nith .. 10.90 E 40 FT OF LOT 1 Bk D H. & Yvonne Ward .. ........ 280J
Lots S. 2 Easement 10 MIn W 1185.5 f S 273.5 ft S 87 SFMINOLE HEIGHTS PB W 40 FT OF LOT I Bk D ....... H. & Yvonne Ward ........* 2.80

as per OR 240-165 .. .. .. ...... Ruth Swain ....... ..... 3068 35 mm W 483. .75 run 465.2* f NE ly Lot 2 ......... W. F. & Anna P.s .... ... .n.j''E4OFTOFLOT7R D ....... Wilde Williams Si et al ..... ... 280J

COLLEGE PARK 8 along deg W 37 R mm W Rocky E along Point R.W 150 run tt N N :I.et3 ..... ... ...... J. C. & Mary Allen ........ 47.51J. W 40 FT OF LOT 8 Bk D. .. ..... H. & Yvonne Ward .. ... ... .2JO

6 Blk 1 .., .... .... .... .. 160.05 SUMC7EST PB B.100 W 40 FT OF LOT 3 Bk E.... W fc Catherine Hall C-O Adeline
Lgt Ray H. Brannon .. 72 deg 54 Mm W 390.44 f to POB rim Sapp .. .. .. ...................... 280
Lot 3 & E 4 ft of Lot 4 Blk 1........ Flossie V. Hartman .... .. 4814 N 72 dog 54 mm W S 16 W44FTOLOT3ALOTS156BkBLot A. 81 Adolyen Hendncks ... 37.69J.
SPENCER PLATE mm W SO.25 S 9 1 f min de 3 I 8 Bk B ................ J. & Marie Heitzman . 3S.9 AVONDALE ESTATES PB D-25
>90 ft Of S 100 ft of Lot 9 ... .... .. & James Dakos ........ 3393 ft run 88 I 17 mm E ft 84.9 Lots 12 13 Bk C ... ...... ..... Ola Humphreys Si Mrs. L. J. W4OFTOFLOTIBICF .. James Roberts ................... 280
Com at SW cor Lot 30 in NV* Section Jon deg 54 dp 6.33 tt run 548 deg 7 Studstill ." .. ... .. .... .. 17. WARD RPT LOT 42 DB 215 156

6-10-2OrunN22OftElll.9ftS22Oft mm W 109.56 ft to POB Nellie Monson Si Huldah Walden 49.52: ,Lot 1 Bk C ... Daniel & Nellie Weaver ... .. 2.37C. Lots 14 15 OR 17.2 .... Church of God Trustees .. ...... 626
W 141.9 ft to P-B I ess S 1 f for St.MURRAY P. W. & Page H. Peck. 'Jr. .... 178.53 Com at SW cor of Nelson Lot in Sec. Let Bk T. 8. Laverne Dowling .... 302 Lots 19 22 . ..... A. SV Maxcme Demps (Amos) .. 626L. /\
HILL COURT run N 36 W 210 ft S 54 deg W 210 Lots 1 2 kE M': ::::: ... E. E. i Clara Cine .. .. ..... 342 WARD RPT LOT 4 DB 215.154

-Lotsl&2 ..... ........... R. D & Martha Minerd .... 14612 ft S 36 de 210 tt NE 210 ft to POB : OAK PARK PB A-176 Lot 8NEW .. .. ...... .. ..... & Ora Lawson (Levi!) ....... 5227

WESFIELDLot also com SW cor Duncan Nelson Lot Lot 1 & EVj of Lot 2 Bk B ......... J. M. & Virginia Boles ..... 6.6 GAINESVILLE PB A 64
.. ... ......... H W & Mary P. McDonell ... 43.30 run Easterly 300 tt to Road Northly OAK PARK PB A.174 S 100 FT OF W 100 FT OF LOT 43

Lot 3 less the E 10 f& All Lot 4 Blk F Gore & Kromer ........ .. 96.01 100 ft N 1 de W 40 mm 135 ft S 5 Lot23BkH .. ........ W. H. & Jeanette Edwards Jr. '". 23.21G. LESSN6OFTOFW3SFT .... Abner Jones ...................... 761Jame

W B BROWN PLATS deg W BEG. O 0 Annis ... ........ 41529 SECTION 29920 WARD RPT LOT 44 DB 215-154
55V' I of Lot 2& N IV* I of Lot 3 N'of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie" .. ... .COM AT NE COR OF PINE HAVENS Lots 4 S .. ............ L. King .. ... ............. 820

Blk ......... Mrs. A D McVoy ..... 7..3 Hilton N of Warren Missouri Lot Paul W. Duke .. ........ 3.94 RUN N 20 FT E 100 FT S 211 Lot 1 .... W_ L. & Ruby Malone .......... 2591
H. M. STORY ADDITIONLot S1\/2 of Acre Sold by Colclough to Sophie FT NWLY ALONG CREEK TO PT Lot David Jones & Marie Barker 356

19SECTION R & Desher ....... 1047 141 FT S OF Cleveland .. .. 19.83 Lot" .. ... .. .. Sarah M Robinson . ..
.. .. ... Daisy ... Hito N of Warren Missouri Lot Paul W. Duke ............... 5.78 POB N TO POB E. & Annie .. .. ... 34 64
32920 .. Warren Missouri Lot described PINE HAVEN PB D-24 Lot 20 .. ... .. .... .. U Si Essie Robinson (Leroy) ... 356R

E 20 ft of W 170' ft of S 150 ft of N 225 following com at Stake S 54 deg Lot 13 .. "... ...... ........ J. W. Si Jayne Bwman. 67.17 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A."
ft of SW of NE'4 unplatted Lands Mary Gillispie ........... 4.16 a 210 tt from SW cor of Duncan Nelson Lot 34 .". ..... ... Bruce A. & Ida W. Edwards .. 16.30 S 164 FT OF E 8 FT OF LOT 46 LESS
Lot 24 & E V* of Lot 25 Gateway Park 2 acre Tract run S 36 dog E 210 HAZEN ESTATES PB D-17 RJACK-W .... & Marguerite Cassels (Ray) 461H
S-D Donald C & Beverly Cook ... 6626 S 54 deg W 210 N 34 W 210 ft Lot 5 Bk BLess S 61 FT of E THOMAS S.D PB CLot -"

ILEX PARK UNRECORDED PLAT IN f 43 deg E 210 I in N'de Sec .. Paul W. Duke .............. 13.25 47 FT ....... .. ......... K. C. & Hazel Merwm 133.9 ISHARPER .. .. .. M & Lucyle Martin ....... 2386R
SEC 32920 Com at NW cor of Warren Missouri Lot Lct6BkC C. B. Si Hyacinth Donaldson .. S.D PB D-27

Lot 11 ................. J L George. Jr. ..... ..... 4244 as per DB 99 page 294 run N 54 dogEOOftS36degElOSftSSIdpgW GAINESVILLE HGTS P BA.160 Lot 5 Bk A..... .. W Si Byron Fountain ...... 3369

Lot 12SECTION .. .. ... ..... .... J L George Jr. ........... 98.3 Lotl7RkR ..... T. J. Si Mary Downs ......... 7.n tof2BkB .. .. ........ Roy E. & Dons E. Martin ...... 626
329-20 90 ft N 36 deg E 105 f In NV* of Se.REPU8LIC Paul W Duke ........... 802 RIDGEVIEW PB C.21.24 HARDEE HEIGHTS PB E-32
I Com SW cor of NWV4 run N 315 ft E HEIGHTSLot Lot 1 Bk 1 ... H. D. & Siva Stafford ...... 22.35 HARDEE HEIGHTS REPLAT PB E.52

40 ft to POB N 315 ft E 20 ft S 315 1 .. ... .. ......... ... .. J & Essie Mae Strappy ..... 28.18 Lots 10 1 12 Bk 2 D. B. & Mary Shealy .. ... 11.66, Lot 7NEW ... .. .,. Orvetta Newman ................. 1522
ft to POB Less N 1 I for Lot 2 .. .. .. .. ... Henry & Sarah Williams .... 5475 Lots 6 7 1 Bk 5 .. E. B. & Callie Mae Sapp ... .. 3 .07 GAINESVILLE PB A.44

St. .......... W F & Fleta C Fordham .... 73.S3 LotS ... ............... Frank M O'Byrne .. ........ 82.51 Lot 14 5 .. J. A. & Betty Howard . ..... .7..1 N 188 FT OF S 388 FT OF E lit FT
FLORIDA TERRACE S.D GOSS ADDITIONN Lots 1 1 Bk 7 ... Gladys Crawford . .... 2JO OFLOT61. , . Ethel M. Cox ................... 443

LotS ... .. ........ Virginia L Chalfant ......... 42.2 50 I of E 100 f Of Lot 1 Blk 1 Lot 8. ... J. & Geneva Lewis ..... 17.41 Lot 62 LESS E 40 FT OF W 70 FT OFS

LEDBETTER S-D Rnge .. ................ M 8. Minnie Simmons ....... 5.67 Lot 13 Bk! 9 Unit 2 ..... ...... E. E. & Opal Hyder. Jr. ... 174 150 FT OF N 200 FT & LESS E
i Lnt3ofLntl in S'l Sec 32920 ..... Geo W & Kathryn Thomas ... 51.62 N'of Lot 2 Blk 1 Range 1 .. ...... A A Byers .... .. ........ 10..' Lot 1 Bk 10 .... Walter E. Kiser .. .. .. 29.15 170 FT OF N 125 FT & LESS S 200

t SPRING PARK UNIT 2 S 50 f of Lot 4 Blk 1 Range 1 .. ... Mate Strowder ............. 572 Lot Bk 10 ........ .... ... J. D. & Ruth Poteet ....... 1.0 FTOFE100FT. .., H E. & Pearl Pearson ......... 38.T
I Lot 32 .. ......... Alex & Felicia M. Druash ... 1.8 E CO ft of N 80 f of Lot 1 Blk 5 Lot 6 7 Bk 1 .... O. O. & Louise Annis .. ..... WV of lot 63 LESS S 300 FT & LESS

SVi of Section 32-9-20 Rge 1 ....... .. .......... Eugene & Camilla Bailey ..... 35.69 Lots 17 18 11ORMAN . .. Henry & Nora Molloy ...... 51.2 N12SFTOFWS5FTSOFRDS J. M. & Ella Wood ............ 8278
Lots6,7&0Blk4ofLOfI&Bf0 E 50 ft of Lot 3 Blk 5 Range 1 ..... Earl Howard ............... 2.69 LEIGH EST PB E 49 125 FT OF N 175 FT OF W 6 FT OF

j SE cor Lot 8 run E 10 ft N 162 tt Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 1, less W VaWV ..... Ruby Lang ................ 4.75 Let 1 .... .. : O. O. & Louise Annis ...... .. 5''9 LOT 63 l OSF 90FT OF N FT OF

WlOftSI62fttoP-B Earl S Weldon & wife .... 1966 of Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 1 Earl Howard ........... 475: Lot 2 O. O. & Louise Annis .. .. .... 5'' E 35 LbT 64 J. M Si Ella Wood ............. 4623W
, 1 Com at NE cor of NVi of8lk9JB E'2&ElSftOfWlOOftofSIOftofLot Lot 3 .. ........... ... ... ... O. O. 8t Louise Annis ..... 5.93 N 100 FT OF S 400 FT OF E 125 FT
I Bailey's Est-run W 9?.16 I S 152 2 Blk 5 Rge 2 Silas Williams ..... ..... 1150 I Lot 4 O. O. & Louise Annis ....... 5.93 OFLOT63 ... & Doyle Burch Jr (Wallace) 675

ftE99l6ftNl52fttoPOB . Wm R & Ole V. Carter .... 8857 Begin 50 I S of NW cor of Lot 3 Blk 5 Lot S ................. ..... O. O. & Louise Annis .. ... .... 5.3 S 100 FT OF E 165 FT OF lOT 63 Raymond Griffis .. .... ............ 518
Com 200 ft E of SW cor Lot 9 Mil. Rge 2 run S 60 ft E 50 I N 60 f Lot 6 .. ....... ........... O. O. & Louise Annis .. .. ... .. 5.93' E 10 FT OF W 145 FT OF N 190 FT OF

ler's Survey run N 13 f E 100 I S W 50 f . .... Ruby Lang ............ ... 3.8 Lot 7 ..'.. O. O. & Louise Annis . .. 59 LOT 6 LESS N 50 FT FOR RD .. .. R. H. Si Minnie Peters .......... 275
J j 13 f W 10 ft to . Thomas J Tanksley Jr. & wife 40.07 Com at point 45 f W of NE cor of Lot 8 D. W. & Daphme C. Norris .... '84.23 Lot as per DB 344-410 .... J. W. & Annie Huguley Jr ...... 1183L.
;l, S of 140 ft of NV* OtLOtll. Lot 3 Blk 5 Rge W 55 tt S 55 I Lot 9 O. O & Louise Annis . 5.n' WARD RPT LOT 73 DB 321.38

and less Parts reserved for streetsSlOOftofNSSOftofW200ftOfLOt W A & Ruby T. Barnes .. ... 72.95 E 55 ft N 55 tt ., .....f. Horace Garner .......... .. 361 Lot 10 C. 8. Betty McKinney (Chester) 82.03: LotiBki 0__ .. .. ..... F. Gann (Only ............... f 61
::1 Lot 5 Replat of Lot 4 Blk 5 Range 2 Simon J & Mary Johnson .... 485 Lot 11 O. O. & Louise Annis . . 5.9' NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-44

1 of EV> of Lot 1 . P M Heckard ....... ...' 50.38 GOSS ADDITION Lot 13 .......... ............ O. O. &. Louise Annis ....... 5.9 BEG AT INTERSECTION OF W LINE
Com 257V* ft N SE cor of Lot 12 NE'/ and SV* of NWVi Lot 3 Blk 2 Lot 14 ............. ....... .. 5.93' OF LOT 89 & S LINE OF HIWAYNO
'i t run N 92'/i ft W 315 ft S Wt ft E Rnge 3 .. ._. .o. .. .. ... Johnnie B Si Dorothy M Jackson 53.8 Lot 15 ....... ... ... ........ O. O. & Louise .Annis .. ... 5.93' 1 RUN SE.LY ALONG HIWAY

31 ft . ... .... ... J L George Est ...... 17227 N 10 f of Lot 2 Stepeso Replat of Lot 16 ........... ... ..... O. O. & Louise Annis Annis. .. ...... 5.93' 94 TO POB SE.LY ALONG HI.
t, 6. 7 & 8 in SW Lot 1 Thomas E. Stalnaker ..... 19.54. 1 Blk 3 ..... Raymond & Liatha May Lot 17 ............... .. ... O. O. && Louise Louise Annis ... ..... WAY 58 FT SWLY 182 FT TO PT
Beq 304 ft S of NW cor 16 run S .. O. O. 7.0 58 FT
Stephenson ........ 65: Lot 18 Annis .. . ... SE-LY FROM W LINE OF LOT
90 ft E 150 I S 50 I E to RR R WNE N 50 ft of W 7318 ft of 55 & E Lot 19 O. O. & Louise .. .114.21 89 W-LY- 58 FT TO W LINE OF LOT

.ly along R.W Pt. opposite 24 tt of NV* of SWof Lot 3 Blk 2 Lot 20 O. O. & Louise Annis Annis .. ..... 5.9.' .89 NE-LY 200 FT TO BEG ........ Grady Porter .................. 2804w

f POB Dorothy Browning 21542 Range 4 .. .:.. ..... Rober 4 Lucille Mobley... 8.3<.ot 21 O. O. S. Louise ... ... 5.93 HARTT S.D LOT 9 PB D.8 '
II Beq 444 ft S of NW cor of Lot 14 run NV* of Lot & Ruth Green ... .. O. O. 81 Louise Annis .. Lot 3NEW . . ....... E. Hartt .....
1 Blk 4 Range 5 Wile .. Lot 22 ........... ... & Loj" Anns .. .... 5.93 ... ........,........ 37.34
S 50 ft E to R.W of RR NE on RR VEITCH ADDITIONLots Lot 23 .. .. ......... ..... O O ... 5.93! GAINESVILLE PB A.44 '
j 50 f Mere or Less W to Point of 18 & 21 ....... ......... Spearman Brewing Co. ..... 18.03 Lot 24 '.. ..... ". .. O.O O.O. && I.L'' Annis ......... 5.93 S 70 FT OF W 140 FT OF N 330 FT
I BegS J. George Est GREGORY ANNEX I ORMAN LEIGH EST PB E-49 .t OF LOT 94 : W. O. & Vergie Crews ......... 3699
; 1C6'f of lot 16 lying \- iiT&J L 17.9 LotI9&S.4 .......... J C Courtney & wife ......... _8 Lot 25 .. ...- Phine .. 13a.23 N 110 FT OF S 330 FT OF E 145

.an's'Adition.i J L George Est ......... 412.51 Blk 3 of Blanding Re-Survey .... E F Si May S. Cannon ... 61. Lot 26 ...................... O.Mar. &Elizabeth Louise Annis L ... ...... FTOFLOT9I Josephine Ray ...........,.,,..,.. 3850L.
.I L: C F Go N i Lots 1-2-3 & 4 Blk 4 landing Lot 27 ........... .. ....... & Louise Annis .... .... 5.9 S 10 FT OF N 248 FT OF W 310 FT

1 ..... .. J L & Nina Hall ..... 8753 sure ...... .......... .. '" Jon W. Harrell .......... 18.63 Lot 28 ............. ........ O. O.O. 4 Louise Annis ..... .. 5.9. LOT 9 LESS W 120 F OF N
O. .
SVi of Lot '.7. in SV* of. .3-4-5 & 6 Blandings Resurvey Lot 30 ... .... 5.93 SO FT ... ... .. .. . .... & Rosa Malphurs (Leroy) .... 260
II LoJ . . .... .. ... .'Clarence & Eula Thomas .. 62.6 ... Jon W Harrell ....... ... ... 2727 Lot 31 ...................... O.O. O.O. && Louise Louise Annis Annis ... ...... 5.93: N 88 FT OF S 264 FT OF E 125 FT OF

Walkers Replat' of NV* of Lot Lots 101 J 1 Blk 5 landings Lot 32 Less W 20 FT .... ........ 0., & Louise Annis .. .. 1373 W 155 FT OF LOT 97 .. Doris & Annie Ellis ............ )| 96
.. ., ... C W'& Jula'M. Haskins*... 37.64 ............. .-., John W. Harrell ..... .. 14.31 W 20 FT OF LOT 32 ...... .. ... O.Annis Si Bean .. ......... ... 7.12 E 178 FT OF LOT 107 S OF RD LESS
Lot > of Replat of SV'of Lot 18 ..... .. 1231 NORWOOD A TRIANGLE AS
Lamar : '. HEiGHT Lot 33 8. Louise Annis .... ...... 59 PER DB 342-
I Corn77ftS&108ftWOfNECOrLOt A LotiBIki ...... : A E Lancaster .. ..... .. 2,48 Lot 34 O. 0. Annis 59; 313 .. . ... A. E. Si Eva Pogrom ?........ .585439

19 run W 5025. f S 80 ft E. 50.2 f Lot 2 Blk 1 ....,..../I"I A E Lancaster ... .......... 2.26 Lot 35 ......... ........ .. O.O. O.O. &Si Louise Louise Annis ... ... .... ... 5.93 NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-45
WIO f to P B .. .- Hugh Edwards.., Inc., .. .... .. 595 lets 123-4-5 & 6 ...:.:..... .".. A E Lancaster ......... 2138 Lot 36 O. O. & Louise Annis ... .... 5.93 REPLAT BKS 1 2 PB C-84
Com ft S of NE cor of Lot 19 run 5',; Lots 8 & 9 Blk 6 .. ...........,.. A E Lancaster ...... .... .. 291 Lot 37 ......... ..... ... O. O. & Louise Ann's ..... .. 5.93 Lot 1 Bk 2 ........ ........ H. Anderson (Hutcherson) .?...-
i WlOOftS43ft E 100 ft N Lots 10 & Blk 6 . Lot 25 Bk 2 Lottie M FairE .. .. .... .. ..
... A E Lancaster 3.34A Lot 38 .. .. 215
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43 ftHILLS Ector .. ...... 2549 Blk 7 less 7 also Less Lot 6 .. E Lancaster .. ... NEW GAINESVILLE PB A-45
Lot .
Sara ?. .... .... ... 1425 3 ... .. ..... O. O. Si Louise Anns: ........ S.3 B.
ADDITION 1.08681k 7 *' Walter Williams ....... .... 475 Lot ........................ O. O. & ; Annis ...... .... S3: W 5V* FT OF LOT 1 & LOT 2 Bk 12 8. Bertha Wigglesworth .. 3931
WlioftofLot2l .. J B & Alene Rivers .. 1.03f Lets 910 81 11 Blk 8 ,_:I..I..T': ::: :::.. A E & Ida Lancaster .n....... 7.23 Lot 41 .... O. O. & Los Annis .. .. 5.93: L0I1345Bk12 T. V. Si Ursula Riley .......... 2689
Lot 34 less E 81 ft N of Blvd . ... ..;. CAKCU ESTATES LOl'is Lots 10 11 12
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Stringfe .. .. 169.6 Lot 42 H. Buler: ... :. 71.27 1 51V* FT OF
W 50 ft cf E 81 I Lot 3 lying Lots 23 Blk C .. ............... Ben F. & 'GladyS Griffin ..... 11026 Lot 43 ... Wm. & Louise Annis .... ......... : LOT 14 Bk 12N'j .........' W E. Si Lena Dcster .......... "4485

N of BlvdHIGHLAND ..... ... K Strmgfellow ... 8985 Lot 6 Blk D _...._... ... Shejurd M & Mary Faber ... 61.S3 Lot 44 ........... ..... .. O.O. O.O. i Louse Anns ...... 5.9. : O2LOT7Bk14 .......... James J_ C. 8. Edna Williams .. ....... 3812
COURT UNIT I Lot 2 Blk J K 1st Addn .. "" R J 8. Carmen Vilece ..... 107.67 Lot 46 ............ ............. O. O. & Louise Annis ...... 5.93: S'OF LOT 7 Bk 1 ... & Edna Williams ....... 15.46.
Lot161k26 ...... Highland Courts. Inc ...... ... 27.43 Lot25 Blk I Addn ..... W G Si Louise A Gaston, Jr. .. 54 97; Lot 47 .............. .... DOS, Louse Annis ... ... 5.3 Lot 14 Bk 21 .. ... ... ..... C. A. a. Jewel Griffin 1473
Lot2RlkS6ELLIOTT ADDITION ..... Highland' Courts, Inc ......... 24 29 Lot 16 Blk N-1st Addn .. .. W & Lucinda Hosteter. Jr. ... 67.C6 Lot 48 O. O. & Louise Anus .. ...... 59 Lot 14 Bk 24 . Barbara j. & Frances Feaster 723J
I L'ENGLE Lot 1 Carol Esteies East Coy Si Helen Thomas ... 25.70 Lot ... .. Lot 2 Bk 34 & PART OF ALLEY
.. .. 4 ..... . .. O. O. & Louise Ann s ... ... 5.93:
NEU of Bib 5 Range 5 .... Billy J & Mary C Bounds 89.53 Lot 2 Carol Estates East .........;.. Coy & Helen Thomas ...... .. 2479 Lot SO ..................... .... OO.8i Louise Annis .. ....... 59 ADJACENT AS PER OR 203-442 .. .. W. U 4 Lillian Waters ...... ... 21.65
Let 2 Blk 2 Range I ............ Chas & Mildred Sister ......... 4773 Lot 3 Crol Es'ates East ........ Coy & Helen Thomas ..... .. 3238 Lot 5 .?.. ..... O. O. & Lois Ann's ...... 59 Lots 8 9 Bk 35 .. .......... .. H, L. Si Dorothy Moore ......... .12.74
W 6 I of Lot 2 Blk Range .. Virginia M. Windsor ........ 21.27 EST Lot ........... ..... ..... O. A Louise Annis .. .. .. 593 LofulBk36Lots .. .. Rose Y. Homan ............... .u
E of Lot 4 Blk 2 Range .- James A & Mary C Arnold .... 21.05 Lot 10 .. .. E. E. 8. Clara Cline .......... 4417 Lot 53 ................... ..... O. 0. & Louise Annis ... .... 5.93; 1 2 3 BK 37 S OF HIWAY

E CO f of Lots 1 .8. 2 All.. toti. ..3;'.& .4. Lot Lot 11 16 .. .. Woodrow & Alice Keene ..... 1C4C6 Lot 54 ............ ....... O. 0. ,& Louise Annis .. .. .. '104.43 ST ADJ AS PER D 8 35.3 ...... W. Harrell (only) ............ 4755
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Range .. O 0 ... .. G. O. & .. LAKEWAY PB
Anis ..... ... 3.0 jjjjjj Virginia Britain .. 5..8 Lot 55 O. O. Si Louise Anis .... 1102 GROVE
Lot .
.. \ W. R. & Jeannine ... Lot 56 .. .. 1102 N1ot Lot Bruce A. Edwards ... .....
41HIGHLAND ., .. : Lot 26 .. 5.51 . ..... ..... D. W. & Sharon Pridgeon ..... 4870
Mittie Bozeman .... .. 2926 .
King D. & Evelene ACRES
HEIGHTS ... Lot 34 White .. Lot 5 ............. ..... O. O. & Louise Annis .. ...... 5.93; D-22
.. E. C. & Norma .. LITTLE GANDY
Hasenplug .... 54,86 Lot ..... 5.93: PB 8-28
Lots 7. 8 & 9 Blk H .. .. ... ........ Alex & Felicia M. Druash ... 9838 Lot 37 ............. .jjjjjijj Ruth Martin ... .... 3909 D. O. & Louise Lotl Bk2LPS5E2FT Angeline H. Elder* ..
Lot ... .
12 ft of Lot Blk L Lot .. L .. 40 O O. & Louise Annis .. ...... 5.93 ... .......... 7289
& 8. S 39
13 14 ....
'I TOM Lots HARRIS LANDS 1 .-J A. & Marian L McNellis 6555 Lot 40 .::::::::::: P. A. Ruth Zimmerman ...... 57.77 Lot 41 O. O. & Louise Annis ........ 5.93 Lotsu23BkJ .. ... .. Edward R. Cathcart ............ 2084
::::::::: Mr. & Mrs. CLINCH GRT
S-3ofLotl .. ... ....... Charlie & Artie Bell Graham ... SECTION JS-9-19 B. Hazard ...... 54.8 Lot 62 ................... .. O. O. & Lois Anis ...... 5.93: BEG PER GOV PLAT
Lot 8 .. Julia Fox .. 3.23 6.4 N SO FT OF S Lot 63 .. ....... ........ .. O. O. Si Louise ... ... 5,9 S AT NE COR OF SECTION RUN
I' 268.5 Lot 44 E Kimmel (only) ... .... ON E LINE 25233 FT N 85 DEG
W 187.95 ............... West Side Water Co., Inc. Lot 65 ....... ....... .. .. & Louise Annis ..... n.. 5.9 SMINW3SSFTTOINTPTRUN
'. CS.- Clark Butler ......... ..81 Lot .,.. O. O. & Louise : S 525 FT N 85 DEG 5 MIN W 473
6 Alley 7.5 ft 60 Es ::.. H W & wife ..... 85." FERNWOOD MANOR 6 Anis .
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HIGHLANDS S.D F.lo 1.ottO lot .. O. O. & Louise ....... 5.13 4 DEG 55 MIN E 526 FT S
*.-.. S. P. 8. Henrietta Williamson ... *>.95 lot 85 DUG S MIN E 429 FT TO
Lot .... 6] Billy Si Marilyn Johnson .. ..... 53.10E. BEG
Let Lee & wife 93.85 33
I 89DOIG 8. ROBERTSON ADDITION Jonnie .""" Wm. P. & Elaine Brown ..... 51 94 PNF CREEK PB E-4- AS PFR DR 167.14 .. .. T. J. & Helen Davls..4,.. 14183R

Let 3.& S 24 ft of Let 2 Blk 1 Rnge 1 S Wilson & wife 82.07 \ESMORLND ADDN 1 PB E 80 W G. S. Lot 7FOREST ...... S. .& Bernice Haney ... '3.52J. NAPIER 591
Wpb .... Dorothy Carson ... 19245. PARK FARMS PB C.4< N 359 FT OF S 519 FT OF THAT
sI:3.sftoftot9&1oBlk2RngeILot F I Hart ..... 4004 SECTION 35 9 19
I 3 Blk 5 Rnge 1 R H White ..:.: 22J4 S 17S4i2 FT Lot II LESS PART AS PER OR PART OF LOT 24 E OF HW & NE .
OF w',* LESS S 1155 FT 1(4 McNeil OF BIVCNS ARMS L t Lydia Ward ...
SW of Let 1 & E 40 ft of S 75 I of'L t'2 OFW463FT&LESSNJFTOF -3)4PART A. 8. .. 6.9 CLINCH ... .. .... ....
AIso3l.SftN&SbylflftE&Wt S. 1465.2 OF LOT AS PER OR 104-324 G. Si Elvma Tymoshenko CRY PER GOV PLAT
I FT OF W 40 FT OF E 1 (Gregory) ._ .._ ...,.... 2467 LOT AS PER DB LESS SRD
lying S of same Blk 1 Rnge 2'I Elbert R. Kidwell. Jr. & wife ... 51 4 FT A LESS N FT OF W MEADOW WOOD PB E-47 ... R-W OR 198.389 37.2 B. G. & Margaret Halverson .. 72IW:
corf Blk 1 Rnge 2 FT
Com ISO ft N of OF E
runN7SftWt94ftS7SftEl94ft. Ronald 0 & Jan Paula Wilson .. 578 FT OF S 45. N Lot 1 F. S. Buccafurno ............... 26.89 HILL 1 OR 315. B.
FT Let 0. *
OF E 130 Lot 8 : :. 31 .. ... .. Margaret Halverson ...:
Com 33.33 ft S of SW cor of Lot 4 Blk FT OF W 333 ..... .. .... D. C. Si Florence Sherman .. ? 204-27
I'I FT A LESS .. Lat Thomas
W 2.5 15SECTION Si
FT Lo 20 .. .. Katherine Scott ..... .
1 Rnge 2 run E 200 ft S lOOflW OF E$50 FTOF N 22 FT 3 S WALTER R -E-4 W. T. a; Ellen Grimes ......... 3.6 ', ( .
N66.o7ftW100ftN33.33ft 1015.20 FT 50'1'fB' .itil"
100 ft A LESS 'BYN
N .
19. FT OF Lot 5 Bk .... 2i 3-12 PER DB W201 4
to BegS : Joe Avera Taylor ................ 87.8 SI33. FT OF E 160 W SECTION 31920 H. W. & Era Cobb ..... 82,9 ACRES DB 72-190 LESS
100 ft of Lots 3' & 4 Thomas SD A LESS 33
Blk 4 Rnge 2. . ..' LAND PB SEe & lESS WESMOR. COM 50 FT N & 40 FT W OF SE COR LOT PER DB 3-243 DB 172125,
S 50 ft of Lots & Thomas S.D Byron Reber, Jr. ... ....... 105.0 AS PER E.3, OF NE'A W 2CO FT N 261 FT E 200 1135, DB 2 DB

;'4 Blk4Rnge2 .2......2. .... .... Nora 0 Swilley ........... 3710 a a LESS.. ...ORMADISON ....11... F. E. 8V Barbara Rankin ..... 531.59 Hrts S J 1 : .. ... tLewis_ I. Leader ........ 96)44W. &DB 23 DB 1313.IN DB ALBERT
PB F-3 ipr091 Deborah ''

lb SPERRY 20 HEIGHTS........ ... B. R. Anderson &.wife ....... 6.3 Lot Lot 6 2 : : : ::: .::: :::. Ed A. SV Alice T. Badekian ... lU5 Bk 31.2.3 R. .Sue Winters ..... 142.99W. WASHINGTON ESTATES PB F-47 .. (Albert; ... .Washington'Albert ..........a.wa.;.. u

Lot 79 : Wallace & Vermont WHkerson .. 109.C7 150 FT OF E FT OF S 155 FT ALERT WASHINGTON EST .
Lot HIGHLAND 5 PINES UNIT I ..... J E 4 Dna Stepp Leggett ... S.1! WESTVILLA' PB' .. G. L ft Anne R. Hendry ... 85.42 OF N 170 FT 0 13 S' LESS R.W ON '. .......... Washington .7..- 426

E of SE cor of Bay & Lassiter Let ;. N LINE LEAVING 120 FT IN Lot ....... Albert Washington ..?.??.....* 4J1
Beg .
Sts f E 74 ft S 92 W 74 tt N ft. LOt 9 .. Stuar D. SV Dorothy V. Gambr. 83.24 DEPTHFLORIDA ... H. S. Imogene Hartman ..... 71.99 Lot .. Albert Washington ......... 421
NEW GAINESVILLE f 9 W R 8 Gladys I Stephens ..... 311 SECTION 359-19 & Margaret .... 88.01 PARK HEIGHT PB E-77 Lot ... AIbWashington .... 4.21

Lot4Blk7 .......... ..... Louise Lewis .. .......o 442 SO" FTOF, N "1J.? FT OF NE',. PINE'*RT PARK OF f OT PB A B99 97141 .. G. A& Marilyn Ruddemnan ... 2.6 Lot Lot 5 7 j...... Albert Albert Washington Washington ,..._.. 421 485

Lot 13 Blk 7 ... .. Emma Warren & C. Williams .. 4.42 Cobb SV Street ........ .. Lot Albert Washington
LoflBlkl6Lots .. .......... ...... Littfewood Estates Let .. .0tS12BkD W. Emma Torlay Sr ..... 61.45 8 ... ... 4.21
Lewis Est .... 19 N Edna
.. 100 1690I Lot Hunter . ...
Loti IJI | 20 FT of Lots 7 8 Bk F f ... J 2883
10 & 11 S D in Blk 18 Janet Fagan .. 4.21
.. E 140 ....
Rose Lot 1 Run S Copeland ..... 11.67 So :T FFSTE.r FT OF I BLENWOOD PB B.27 A Lot 12 ... Albert Washington ... 59J
Lots 1. 2 & 3 Be cor \ .. J. H. & Joyce Keane ...... I Lot Bk Lot 13 ... Albert Washington .... 701
N 7.5 tt E to SKYLINE 12.4 3 J. g. Billa Crews ..... 755
140 .
7.5 ft W 16 f HEIGHT PB E." I Lot ; Bk 3 :: : : ::.. e Lot 16 ... Albert Washington ........,-........ 496
in Blk ... Lot .
POE Rosewood S-D 1 M C Lewis ..... .... ... 3802 3 .. .-.. James D Sims ......... I Ln'68k5 S & Martha Wilson ... 14.57 I Lot 14 OR Albert & Deborah Washington .... 421
.. Lot 17.8 ....
SiOftofLetI4BlkSS Lois ..... 7.55 ....
Jones .
Menia Ray Cassels ......... Eugenia Aguirre ( ) L E. ... Abner
NEW GAINESVILLE .. 1. I LIBBY HEIGHTS PB E.n-. A Alaro 16.1 SECTION I 32:9-29 I Lot 15SECTION .... .. .. Jones ... 1168

Los Blk 25. .. ..... Lot 38 45J FT OF S 318 FT OF W FT "' .
Mania Ray Cassels .... ...... .1 2
Lots 1.181 10 ft of Lot 9 & E 1 800 Lot 43 : .:::::. :::::: *. A. G. & "Pal ....... 371.63 OF.NW' OF NE'4 LESS N 3 FT LOT AS PER 2.311 LESS S

ft 51E & All Lots 18 & 1 Lott$ .. J. L A HiId ... ... 111.69 &LESSE311FT .. W. D. a; Isidore Joiner ..... .. ..9, FT OfT W 105 Fl '. .... 10. I & Dora Norman ....... 902
A Doris Rain ...... 117.07 SON AOD-SFOLA DJ3"t S FT'
elk 26 .. ... .... S. Gloria Richards .... 31644 SECTION 34-9-19 Cerlius OF W ; LOT AS
Los I0&11 Blk 3 .. .. ... Rolan. Ray Creels ParCCLuJ4' Meson Unrecorded SD I. 12 $.. N ,* Ft of Lois 3 4 Bk B ... H. M Kennedy Heirs ....... 8132 PER OR 152 .... .. Albert Washington ...... 4.14
Lois 5 & 10 Blk ....... Lla:d Haes: .. 40.7 NW'4 .t n i* op v"-"7t -10 'f x no n .. J. Ella Wood .... .... 1.I I COM 'AT N 550 FT E 31 FT
N6pftofLotsI3&1481k3i .... .n. 1.3. John B & Ester Bergman ...... 3 T WASHINGTON HGT PB C.89ft S DEG E TO SEC LINE TO
Pout G & M r# H. Holder ..... Ms nrecor** S-D S
Lot 6 Blk 42 ......... William E. Hunt ........ 40.71 OR1CL2I9 .. .. ....... .. 1 Bk A......... ....... Ceretha H. Young ........ 17.6 LESS PART W OF NEW HI-
Lots 57 Blk 4 ...... C J & ".Ie ............ 3464 I : of J Rk A........... ...... HI" Ceeth H. Young .,... ... .. 28 WAY .. L. t Dorothy Jackson (Lovett) 7194
Lot Blk 48 ...... Bus ...... ... 410 I PAGE TENSECTION O. Lee A Elsie G ..... 1064 01 S Bk .A ............ .......I.II" Young ORWOOD HEfGHT PB C-6
f 1 ADDN SECTION 4.10. .. .. : 54-9.19 Ot 14 :"kDB ...............,... V. B. a&t ak. :::::::: .- I Lot 2 Bk .... ............... T. & Ada Jackson (Theodore) 234

Lot 11'S I Plat Replat 'Blk 16, COM AT NW COR OF SW U RUN .ot .,. ... S. L & Ferneise .. 3.3 I Lots 7 I Bk 16 .............. ... A. & Lillie Danzy (Alfred .... 1976 4

'I 17&22 ... .... ... Henry & Vemita Douglas 7868 m.3 S &TO PTHENCE RUN E o' .Bk D of 12.5.... ....... S. L. & Fernis Nix .... ... 2.2 I-ot 3.Bk 2 ... .... ....."I.Iot I. & Mary Cartwright .......... 1090
Lot 4 Blk 9 Waits S-D .. Nina Wilson Est ..... .... .. 777Lorine E W }" To POB .O'sliuiBkD .....,.........-.... W. Richardson .". ........... I- 2 Bk .. .. ......... W. L, S. Viola Williams ......... 3.34
Lots 2 & 3 Blk 1 Waits S.D ....... Si Curtis Alexander .:::::: 32.18 I PARCEL NO. NoW .... .*t 1 Bk D .... .. R D. Chapman ........... 2.04 I-ot 5 21 ..'... ........ ..-... W. J. Richardson ............... 2.48
.. Paul D. A ..... 11.85 5*t Bk ::::: : :::: .
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GOODMAN'S MASON MANOR NO 1 PB E M Jan More D ... ...... :: A. & Mamie Davis ....... 1.64Nazalee I BOSS : ADD PB : t -

Lots 10.20-21.22-24-s .26 Blk C....... Melvin Barber & wife 87.37 Lot 19 ... .. .. .OtilBkF Fleming .. .. 2.48 : WVi R.W Abner Jones ... ................. flf5J
LotsilBikOLotsl4&1SBIkD ....... Edelphia Barber ........... 12.63 L0t59BLACK : : : ::: :::: .. W. F. A Betty Osborn ....... lotso I.:ECJ'N 34-9 20 DIXON HOMESITES IBIS OF 131 .L. .S. ..... Pearl G. Gardner .............. .
........ .. '' 0. A. A Alice Morley ......... 72.14 I 4 FT OP s FT I ot '" E. & Ida Pen* $ Eddie ..,...
.. .. Melvin & wife ..... .. ACRES UNIT "PB E:9 S 410- OF W 95 FT OF II t LESS S 200 FT OF E ft" r ( ) 1911
LANGLEY'S ADDITION Bar 3.5 Lot 38 f Ljf OF Eva OF SE<4 OF SWA .OT KNOWN AS LUCAS 2.....'. A. Lucas . ... ... ........... 907
NWU of Let 3 .... ,... HIBISCUS .... R. R. .Mari Oakl, .... 131G. OF BEING ... I OT .. T. J. Si Ann Mathis .. ........
... Ja. Si Roselee Helton ...... 1371 PARK PB .8.3- LOT 2 BK B Mar Ula Jenkins .. .. 5.3 AS PER 311-174 ......... .. 47.J53ff67
E 355 tt of SE4 Lot 7 ... .._.... & Daphme Williams Lotsl6llBkl 4-OftOfSStOFTOFW,5FTOFE 4 REEN Eo PB -
I NEW GAINESVILLE Sec. 4-10-20 ... 52 Bk '" E. Meade ET UX ..... 62.31 V"FT OF EV, OF SE* OF SW'A OF I ... ... .. Morgan I Kamerine
I Rere cor 1 Less E 120 FT ..... H. A Alice Lindsey .... 5! f .. .. Tlndall .... .
Com 17 ft S & 175 tt W of NW cor LOT 12 BLK 2 H. L A ElIzabeth Kelley. .... 2.39 BEING LOT 3 BK B Mary Lillian Jenkins ..... 53 It ::.;.;::.- J. O Brooker : :. .' 27,5327J3
Lot 1 Blk 41 run W 40 tt S 181 tt E N 104 FT OFLOTI&NIOIFTOF A It M t .,. C Si Elizabeth Sullivan (CafyIn)

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wife 4, D-18 II WiUlamsG ... 39:4:
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I Hoarse Burns Rides Horsemeat Issue ConventionGainesville At Boys' Club' I;

More About Burns rejected challenges by Boys' Club executive
director Mike 9E$1b
High and by The St. Petersburg Kreshka,
II '
No Horsemeat 'Voice Atrocious Tunes to make public" his per- is attending in the National Convention

H Gov. sonal financial position.In Washington, D.C.

1 t his telecast, Burns said he I Local board member Dr. Ro :

; For Kids Burns received a telegram from Donald -ert Hoffmann attended the con-

l : High From 1 Apologizes K. Baldwin, executive editor \ention May 14 to narrate the

I \ Page of The St. Petersburg Times, Science Booth. Contact me today)
.. I urging it. High issued the same
By CHARLES STAFFORD sent a client several years ago did shortly after announcing his By F. T. MACFEELY Burns pledged to work toward challenge earlier.In The booth highlights the telescope 117 N.E.

MIAMI (AP) Robert that candidacy. reply Burns said he has, building and radio elec-
-Mayor : in regard to a civil charge TAMPA (AP-Haydon Burns correcting air pollution and land tronics here.
King High of Miami feels the, the company had been mislabel- Burns refused. He said a ended a hectic day and a half of reclamation problems of this in- nothing to hide, that he has no J assisted program him.Onethousand. Kreshka 15th Are

t great horsemeat issue has "ab, ing its meat products," he said. man's business is his personal fund raising and voter wooing in dustry real estate interests except his PhoneFRanklin

solutely no place" in his runoff information, except as it re- the Tampa area this morningand homestead of 26 years, "but this delegates from
ii campaign with Mayor Haydon It was alleged that horsemeathad lates to the Inte7nal Revenue headed across the state "The opposing candidate is not the business of Mr. Bald I 640 Boys' Clubs attended. The:

Burns of Jacksonville for the appeared in several pack- Service. "I have nothing to toward Fort Lauderdale and would try to impose a severance win or (publisher) Mr. Nelson I convention was climaxed by an I 2-0444 -

Democratic gubernatorial nom- ages, High said. hide," he said, "but I stand to another round of the same on tax on phosphate and the pine 3oynter," Burns said. address by President Lyndon ;

m tion. "The company contended i it protect my rights and the rightsof the Gold Coast-at least as longas tree crop," Burns said. "I think "It is neither appropriate nor I Johnson. !

Burns introduced the horsemeat was not guilty of the charge andso all citizens." his voice holds out. you should be aware it is one required any more than for a Ralph Turlington
short step from a severance tax newspaper publisher to reveal
i; question Thursday as. the advised our law firm," he All was not disagreement.High Burns, the Jacksonville Mayor
on pine trees to a severance tax organizations with which he Two
two met in caustic debate on theUniversity said. firm undertook battling Mayor Robert King any native species of bam- f 'not.
I of South Florida sentation"My of this client and repre-concluded in answer to a question High of Miami for the Demo- on citrus and every"other crop may be personally attached," boo grow in the canebreaks of STATE FARM RFl

campus in Tampa. It was their that the entire matter from the audience, _said he fa cratic nomination as governor, grown in our state. Burns said. the southeastern United States. MUuaiAatonoblllnaurlnClbw 00Bces BlopaUnltoe/COIIIPan1 I --.. I

second direct meeting in two should be-submitted to the prop vors abolishment of the Legislative -. hoped to get the bulk of Fred 0. 'II'I They- make- fine fishing poles. I ,

days, and a third was scheduled er court to determine the truti:I Investigation Committee,, Dickinson's 15,000 first primary '--
Saturday. often called the Johns Commit, votes in Broward County. SEE
or falsity of the charge. by I ; ATTENTION FREEZER
tee. Burns the OWNERS
High headquarters said the applauded statement Tampa and Hills borough !

Miami redhead would fly to As lawyers, our Job.was no t t and later said this was, County were solidly in Burns I Ii.

Clearwater Beach today for a to judge them, but simply to) one place he agreed with High. column, but he aimed to add to I BILL'S MEAT ROOMCALL

luncheon appearance before a present the evidence to the court t "I think the Johns Committee his 24,000 first primary strength .the SUNACCIDENT I 372-3514

civic club. so the court might decide the! has not served a useful pur. there the bulk of Scott Kelly's i. .

.He was to campaign in the merits." pose," he said, "but I think thisis 15,000. II JI :

Tampa Bay area and then head up to the Legislature." The strain of talking formallyand ROUNDUP Eugene Sims Crenshaw, 309' Op4,h BUY

for a joint appearance with More About informally from early morn- Parked car owned by L. J. .NE 1st St., and Connie Cren-: 5 c

Burns at the State Junior Chamber High the was audience asked by whether a memberof he ing, intensified by having to facea I Genninger, 1022 NE 20th A ve.,!shaw Rogers, 1961 NW 55th Ter., 1; WHILE GOOD

1 of Commerce,, convention Talbot would vote for the pending civil hot sun and strong wind in an :,and unknown driver, at 1021''at intersection of the 16th Ave.: HEAL OF AND CHOICE BEEF
with the
debate at
Saturday in.Cocoa Beach. bill if he memberof outdoor High NE 20th Ave. at 3:41 a.m. this extension and NW 55th Ter., at: ROUND
rights were a
of South Florida left \ PRICES ARE AT
Fighting back at the scrappy the U.S. Senate. University ;morning. 7:35 am. yesterday.Fire 'eo

High in Thursday's debate, From Page 1 Burns so hoarse by nightfallthat Mary J. Moser, 1824 NW 2nd 'o' THEIR LOWEST
Burns said that in May 1962: He said he would prefer thatit he called on a substitute 'Ave., and Hugo R. Davis, 4700 Calls 1
went into court to defend provided for a jury trial ra speaker at a $25 a plate dinner ROUND \t
High I can sure tell you what our 'Archer Rd., in the 200 blockof At 8:36: p.m. yesterday, leak, 2 GovernmentGraded
Continental Meat Packers on a problems are." ther than trial by a judge, and for 400 supporters and struggled NW 13th St. at 3:10 p.m. yes- ing gas line in dwelling at 1312 i RUMP STEAK .

charge brought by State Agriculture Pointing out different weak, that he had some reservations through a 30-minute political terday. NE Third Ave. I ROAST
Commissioner Doyle about the employment section, telecast.He Joan Bell Ft. White At 8:45 I
Connesses in the school system, Talbot Dowling, p.m. yesterday, auto
ner that the firm sold horsemeat noted that while Gainesville "But in general I believe I voice.apologized" Mrs.for Burns"my said atrocious a- :,and Lois Yates, 744 NW SixthSt. '2011 NW 31st Ave. II \ SIRLOINSIRLOLl CHOICE, GOOD

for use in school lunches. school's library has would. ., at NW 10th St. and 3rd Ave. Paid Advertising STEAK
High doctor diagnosed it as swollen : Standard Available
"Tell us about the horse- 10 books per student, Lincoln Burns said High was back- vocal chords. 'at 11:43 a.m. yesterday. I 3
loud calls from the James B. Wooten, Rt. 3, and
meat, same
and it down from stand made
has two pupil
High per ing a In projecting his plans, if We'll
cut and
crowd. ]Hattie D. Tinsdale, 609 NW 8th I wrap lust
will take $7,100 in books alone previously on television that he elected, Burns said industry is B the way you want it .
lot in the T-BONE Z
High looked at Burns and sad' ]Place, in a parking
to get them ready for accredita favored the legislation unequi- one of our problems, and present JI STEAK o in fact you may come in
]L200 block of NW 16th Ave. at
"I am not in favor, sir, of selltion.. vocably. u and watch! We will also
i industry creates some problems.He 4
7:47 I
m. yesterday. cut and
ing to wrap your own
"On top of that, it's now necessary referred to phosphate in : ._. S beef if inspected. Freex-
"Mr. Burns trans- --------
Later he talked with news- you got a < CLUB STEAK
for any school that' particular, an important industry = ing at no extra charge.
men at Miami International Air furnishes food to another cript "of that television appear- in Hillsborough and Pol k < /; i ti r ;w 1J

port, explaining why he thought school to be accredited too," he ance, replied High. "If you Counties. .. W W
the question had no place in the stated. have the courage, I give you -, BEER, WINE, MIXESLIQUORS i.. ; O
permission right now to read 6 HINDQUARTERS
The superintendent also called More About 3 8
"The law firm of which I am for realization of the need fora my complete ...;;t ROAST "' Round (Rump Roast Steak.
RIB j s7_ Ground Beef, Heel of Round
a part was requested to repre- vocational school in the county Burns said, "obviously I do i OR o. Soup Bones.)

citing the large number of not have the TV tapes here, andif Baker FREE Delivery Drive-In Window RIB' STEAK p Sirloin Short Loin(Sirloin(Club Steak Steak Sirloin T-Tip.Bons)

area pupils who do not desireor I did I couldn't read them." '..? Steak)

Court Can't cannot earn an academic de 'r- Supermarket Self-Service !..x.;;:. 9 FOREQUARTERS:

gree. CongregationTo From Page 1 Off-Street Parking 7 GROUND Rib
"You and all Alachua County EI' .. Chuck Plate (Plate Stew Ground

IntegrateHolland residents have got to tell me Celebrate But in the turmoil the Open 7 a.m.-ll p.m. Mon. thru Sat. ROAST, BEEF Chuck Ground(Chuck Beef.) Roast, Stew,,
what you want in the way of a even CHUCK Beef)
scholarly Watkins appeared tobe STEW fr Brisket (Ground Beef)
Talbot challenged ConfirmationOn
school system, PARTY PACKAGESTORE For Shank (Soup Bones.)
"and then I can go to theta confused. At one point he t GROUND BEEF SOUP

assessor and let him know Sunday at 8 p.m., confirmation apparently advised the presiding BONES FINANCING
WASHINGTON (AP) Se n. how much I need." exercises will be held officer to honor Senator

Spessard Holland, D-Fla., says Talbot acknowledged that it is Israel Case's point of order. But in a 4005 N.W. 13th St. AVAILABLE
school desegregation can never possible some economy moves, I SW at Congregation Second Place and SW Second -, moment he appeared to recon- 'I Phone 376-2200
be accomplished by law because particularly in the area of stu- Terrace. sider and ruled that the majority 1001 N.W. 4th Street Phone 372-3514

proposed programs "fail to give dent transportation, could help leader had not transgressed -
due weight to the facts of life cut down the deficit. He also Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz will the rules and should

and the vagaries of human questioned the validity of build- officiate at the Confirmation not be made to take his seat. .

ture." ing an educational plant like and Shavuot Services, and will As Senator Case continuedto

Holland told the Senate ThursGainesville High and then spend- be assisted by the members of: protest, and other members

day the civil rights bill is "full ing over $8,000 a year to keep it the confirmation class. Those added their voices to the gen-

of pitfalls. There is no justification up, ". .and it's still not kept being confirmed are LawrenceJon eral uproar, Senator Mansfield

J for starting a school in- up. Bobroff, Deborah Sue demanded a vote on his tabling

tegration program "so sweeping "The time has come," Talbot Green, Todd Mark Landsmanand motion and the chair orderedthe f

in its meaning, so dictatorial in concluded, "when we're going to Jan Maurice Pozin. roll called.WASHINGTON. J.'. ,, :,_: t
.x._ _. :
have to forget politics and starthinking .u .
its compulsory features and so The Festival of Shavuot begins "
about the students." (AP) Sen.
pensive in its realization
e .
at sundown on Saturdaywith .
luncheon the Spessard Holland D Fla. voted
: Also during the ,
Holland said.He services at the synagogueat Luxurious V-8 performer I Ambassador 990 Wagon
recognized their area with the majority Thursday as
said authority given the at- Jaycees 7:30 Shavuot is celebrated
p.m. -
the Senate tabled 42-33 and
candidate for a merit scholar- thus h
torney general to comoel school weeks after Pass
: for teaching, Miss Sara seven killed, a resolution to broaden
: desegregation was "unbridledpower. hip Sanders, Santa Fe High school over. Tradition tells that on i the investigation of the Bobby Come See...Come Save...Come Now.. '
t that day, Moses received the Baker _
Sen. Smathers
case. George -
He said northern backers of Ten Commandments on Mt.I I, i _
to D-Fla. absent.
Sanders won the right was _
the civil rights bill are using Sinai.In .
I acompete for one of three Ramblers

J double standard by accenting awards on the basis of connection with this, Confirmation -
facto segregation for the north / _
"Why I _
her winning essay on exercises are held in _
More than million
they will not allow the south. Teacher. Americans -
Want To Become a synagogues all over the country -
I 18 and older have
"De facto sesrre"aton in is co-sponsored annually I
The contest for boys and girls who have .pleted less than eight of
I schools exists because of residential the Florida Consum- years

1 patterns," Holland said. er Finance by Association and the who attended wish religious to demonstrate school their and ure schooling.are 8 million Included over in 25 the that fig- liii II I IIII I Sporty new American 440 Convertible

"Too many people and instituFlorida and han-
Jaycees, was willingness ,to participate as have completed less than 5
tions in the north have adopted dIed locally this year by Edwin young adults in the Jewish ..
it for themselves." Vood.ExDean Community... years.
Following the confirmation I .
exercises, a reception in honor: -
Cuts of the confirmands will be' I Iii I

given; by their parents. The! LP.&fS b' vyg
members of the congregationare I

invited to attend. ex .' a

I The Festival of Shavuot will GAS

be concluded with Yizkor Me-i Cook & Heat Water
(AP-Crime of and graft in the department be- morial Services at the syna1 I
all things is falling off in fore I came. jogue on Monday at 9 a.m.I Low Cost

rough, tough Chicago.And "We had then and still havea Jincus Cross will officiate at FR_ 6-5110

most of the credit for the lot of organized crime in Chi this. service.

dropping crime rate belongs to cago. We haven't got it whippedyet -

Police Supt. Orlando W. Wilson; but we're working on it."
I 64, who says it's "all been easier Last year while the nation's Attention Livestock Producers!

than I thought it would be." major crime rate rose 10 per

Wilson, a'former dean of cent, a dropoff of more than 3

criminology at the University of per cent, was recorded in Chi- If you have hogs or cattle to
California, is beginning his fifth '>
cago."We've s
sell new or in the future please
year as head of the 13,000-man broken the trend "
police department, one of the contact one of the buyers at
t Wilson said, and he gives muchof
nation's largest. Ccpeland Sausage Company and -
the credit to a host of major
:'When Wilson took give New Spirited Rambler Classic Typhoon
over, some revamping programs. in opportunity to : K
said it was also one of the most Wilson has a host of critics, buy your livestock. S

corrupt. many of them on the police
Starring TYPHOON !
"I'm not going to bury my force who sullenly refer to himas
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I Medical Auxiliary 1 mom( f n finO THE f fBIflILYI I L Wedding Plans Pre-Nuptiql Parties .- )1,

Announced TodayPlans Mrs. Harvey L. Nachtrieb en
Women's Editor tertained this afternoon at the
Ruth Weimer
Holds Luncheon are announced for the V. Bedenbaugh, parents of the Holiday Inn with the bridel-
maids luncheon for her daughter
wedding of Miss Wendelyn Bed- bride-elect; Mr. and Mrs. FrankJ. '
Honors State of Mr. and Jamison Jr., parents of t he Miss Carole Daine Naci-:
Highlighting the May lunch-!Switzerland, and :Mrs. Henry DAR Regent enbaugh daughter trieb.
Mrs. Wendell V. Bedenbaugh, bridegroom-elect; Miss Lynne
eon of the Auxiliary to the Ala- Jaquet. Guests included Mrs. Max
I 1
,and Frank J. Jamison III, son Jamison, Rev. and Mrs. Thax I
chua County Medical Society at Miss Jane Mallory, also and Breedon and her daughter, Mss
Mary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Jamie ton Springfield, Mr. and
the Gainesville Golf and Country 1 Donna both of Charleston S.C.
( a guest of the auxiliary, was son Jr., of Winter Park. Mrs. G. Henry Turner.Bridesmaids J
t Club Tuesday afternoon was token of appreci- Early this week, a miscellin-
the attendance of wives of foreign presented a The wedding will be an eventof LuncheonMrs. The
in I ax. eous shower was given for
ation for her assistance organizing 6'a
I I physicians in this area. the Hawthorne ParaMedical < a Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the. W. E. Cauthen and Mrs. bride-elect by Miss Linda Lbyd 2
Methodist Church
'j Mrs. Carlton Van Arnam, Club The auxiliary spon- xare University Margaret Wurster honored Miss and Miss Pat Stuart, who enter-
1 president, introduced the following sors these interest clubs in the Rev. Thaxton Springfield, pastor Wendelyn Bedenbaugh and her tained at the lounge of the Old ,
will the double ..
i ; honor guests: Alachua County high schools. attendants with a bridesmaids Alachua General Hospital. j
I Mrs. Akio Tomito, Mrs. Yo- 4 ring ceremony. luncheon Saturday afternoon at Guests, who were limited to ;
I shiharu Sako, Mrs. Teruzao Ko- Mrs. Marvin L. Kokomoor, Miss Marianne Toregrossa of the Holiday Inn. members of the Alachua County

nishi and Mrs. Kazuhisa Saito,, who recently was installed as r McClean. Va., will serve as The bride-to-be was presenteda Practical Nursing Class ,of J
maid of honor. Mrs. Robert
all from Japan; Mrs. Ricardo first vice-president of the Aux- Snyder the hostesses. which Miss Nachtrieb is a member J
gift by Cor-
and Mrs. Don Smallw 0 0 d
Rangel of Mexico; Mrs. Rene iliary to the Florida Medical Association presented to Miss:, were:
will be bridesmatrons.Mr. sages were
Echevarria, Mrs. Raul Lopez,. in Miami, installed the Bedenbaugh, Mrs. Wendell V. Mrs. J. H. Hunsucker, .1I4w. 4
Jamison will his
Mrs. Frank Garcia, Mrs. JacobAlba. newly-elected officers of the ,. serve son Bedenbaugh, mother of the hon thorne; Mrs. Evelyn Piramann,
8r as best man. Ushers will be
and Mrs. George Barahona auxiliary. They include: ( s : Chiefland; Miss Peggy Kane,
James Heath of McLean, Va., oree, and Mrs. Frank J. Jamison !
all of Cuba Palatka; Miss Jo Carol Vance,
Mrs. Robert Williams, president : and Jerrold Witsil of Orlando.A Jr., mother of the bride- !'
Mrs Barbara
Cross, Mrs. Jane
Paul Byvoet, ;
Mrs. Mrs. Edward Kissam, reception will follow in the groom-elect.
..Mrs. George Cowan, Canada;; Thomas, Mrs. Ella Hidgjey, ,
president-elect; Mrs. Robert church lounge. Places were marked for Mis
Stanbuk :s Mrs. Carolyn Aickens, Mrs. Su-
Bozidar Yugoslavia -
Mrs. Klein, first vice-president; Mrs. ; Rehearsal Dinner Bedenbaugh, Mrs. W. V. Beden. ;
tI Nikaan Anderson, sanne Garwood, Mrs. F. Bishop, *
; Donald Eitzman, recording secretary Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Jami-
Warner List baugh, Miss Frank Jamison Jr., and the bride-elect's mother and
Mrs. J
| Denmark; Mrs. Paul Jordan, corresponding -. son Jr. will entertain with a din- Miss
; Lynne Jamison, Miss Marianne her J
Austria, Mrs. Claude Habeike, > t..J. sister, Miss Wendy N a c b? j
secretary; Mrs. Ed- : ner tonight at the University Inn Torregrossa, Mrs. JamesR. trieb. I
Egypt; Mrs. Christian Sauter' ward Byrne, treasurer, and Mrs. : following the rehearsal at the Heath, Mrs. Jack Torregros. This evening, the Nachtriebs i|

Van Arnam, parliamentarian. i church honoring their son and sa, Mrs. Robert Snyder, Mrs. will entertain at their home
Miss Bedenbaugh.The Don Smallwood, Mrs. B. W. Bed. with the
Brides'Book white Decorations, and blue featured color scheme a red,, : =fl"_.;.Wr;J,._t l ,. .Jt.r..."" ..."..< --Dr.. ...b._._.._ _:.',,- s > w-' guest list will include the enbaugh and Mrs. 0. F. Willi p '' t>rehearsal tade the wedding dinner. j

with lighted blue world globes Mrs. George E. Evans, DAR State Regent, was honored by "thGrln; Yi wedding. party, Mr. and Mrs. W. ams. party and the two families.

decked with World's Fair ban chapter of the organization during its annual luncheon-meeting Wednesday at \
: ners. Place cards at the head the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Evans, center above, is pictured with Miss Mary : .

table were miniature world bal- Gresham, right, president, and Mrs. Henry T. Stanley, left, past president. p

Red carnations used
TODAY May 15 loons. were Mr s. George Elam Evans, Blitch, corresponding secretary Guests of the chapter were

Rehearsal dinner honoring for floral decorations. .state regent of the Florida Society ; Mrs. Stanley, registrar; ,Mrs. D. D. McQuire, Mrs. J. :r Xh::::. 'l'<:..'.' .'.:: .. .
Miss Lila Wendelyn Beden Entertainment for the after W. A. Little, treasurer ay\
Mrs. ; :? '. .
of the American ; d ': : ...
Daughters 'f : <
baugh and their son, FrankJ. noon featured a fashion show honored Mrs. Robert L. Johnson histor- F. Barnett, Grand Rapids Mich., :

Jamison III, Mr. and entitled, 'A Trip to the Fair. during Revolution the annual, was luncheon of ian; and Mrs. Albert H. Miller; II and Mrs., Va.The L.. H. Quillin, Charlottesville ft' ,:
Frank J. Jamison Jr. librarian.
Fashions from Ruddy's were the Gainesville Chapter Wed- ,
... ... .
of Winter Park, University by Mrs. Gerald Rud- .:...... .,'. ;. :
presented the Inn. : :
nesday at Holiday .:'.: .:.... .: :.
'.:.:. .'.
Inn. derman, who was introduced by. Mrs. Evans, who was a dele Pot-Luck J.M. FIELDS ,':::.......<::....<. .
Rehearsal dinner honoring Mrs. W. P. Hadley. Models included !gate to the recent Continental
Miss Carole Diane Nachtrieband Mrs. G. Leonard Emmel, Congress in Washington, reported Supper SundayDr.

John E. Smiley, home Mrs. M. W. Wheat, Mrs. Joe that 30 per cent of the new Jewelry
4 of the bride-elect's parents'Mr. Stein, Miss Judy Brill and Miss members joining in 1963 were and Mrs. Max E. Tyler '

and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach Judy Schweitzer.Mrs. junior members from the age of will entertain Gainesville AlphaXi Dept. F In
Delta Alumnae and their -
trieb, 2510 NE 11th Terrace. Taylor Kirby, luncheon 18 to 35. : J
husbands at
an -
potluck .
SATURDAY, May chairman, was assisted by Mrs.
f She attended a special ceremony supper Sunday at 6 p.m. in
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring David Cofrin, Mrs. Richard An- ,
Bedenbr.ugh at the New York World's their home at 1800 NW Tenth 1 .. .' ,.
Miss Lila Wendelyn derson, Mrs. Richard Fry, Mrs.
Fair conducted the national Avenue. ;
fiancee of Frank J. Eitzman, Mrs. Henry Lyons, !
Jamison III, 12:30 p.m., Mrs., Mrs. Melvin Greer Mrs. Har- organization when 'Mrs. Robert Assisting in the hospitalities.
W. E. Cauthen and Mrs. Mar- ry Walker and Mrs.) Edward R. Duncan, president general, presented -will be Mrs. Geraldine Be t tis i .

garet Wurster hostesses, Hol. Woodward. a ceremonial flag to Mrs. Richard Cecil and Mrs. ::_
Fair authorities.
iday Inn.Wedding. Donald Upton. .

of Miss Carol
r Diane Nachtrieb, daughter ol f CalendarOf T. Stanley, chapter regent, Mrs. Earl Ference, newcomersto sr s ri : : > the 'extra saving! ,: :
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Nach I gave her annual report. Gainesville from Clermo n to,. ,
trieb, and John Edward The Gainesville Chapter was Mrs. Ference will be formally : ;:: "<' ,
Smiley, son of Mr. and Mrs, the recipient an Honor Ro 11 affiliated with the Alumnae Clubin ... .:: : :: ;. That's. why. __ M ; : 0 'J

T. M. Smiley of Live Oak, Events Certificate of Merit, one of four September. I :': :: 'f. :. "'.> !. < '&'" .
7:30 p.m., Gethsemane Lutheran given in the state. I Other Alpha Xi Deltas and .. "
I Church. Reception following :husbands attending the din n e r l ; l"Ollld-fi'ip;
Mrs. C. A. Palmer was com- --m I always buy a Greyhound ticket
at the home of th e TODAY, May 15 will be Mr. and Mrs. Dan
I mended for her article, "The 13
bride's parents. Branch, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
t Wedding of Miss Lila Wen American Association of University Original Governors," which appeared -Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Let our experienced, Of course you save money by Greyhound.But you save at least 10%more

Women, Picnic H o n- in the May issue of the Davis, Mr. and Mrs. William trained watchmak e r s with ticket. Next
delyn Bedenbaugh, daughtei clean, oil and regulateyour I each way, a Greyhound round-trip trip, save going,
t of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell V,. oring new members, 6:30 DAR magasine. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan -
watch. stand- save more coming back. It's so to save the Greyhound
Any way..
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Out- easy
Bedenbaugh, and Frank J p.m., Mrs. Louis Goolsby, 514 Officers Installed I
Jamison III, son of Mr. and SW 23rd Place. ler Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce, ard 7 to 17 jewel. "' '- """" "'; '1.=""'= ,...,..."" _.
Mrs. Frank J. Jamison Jr. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Jo seph I 444
of Winter Park, 7:30 p.m SATURDAY, May 16 Evans installed officers for 1964- Uvegas, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn a s !Exclusive Scenicruisr!eY!ce at no extra fare.For example:.

University Methodist Church. Gainesville Golf and Country 66 were elected and installed by Walker, Mr. and Mrs. John V.I Autowinds and Specialty New Ycrk . . . . 31.05.. i
Reception following in the Club Polynesian Party, Mrs. Evans. They include: Webb, Mr. Cecil and Mr. Upton.I Watches, Slightly Higher. Los Angeles . . . . 65.90 I!

church lounge. diving show and refresh Miss Mary Gresham, regent, Newcomers and all other Al- Open 9 A.M.P.M.. Seattle . . . . .. 75.40 I -
. . . . ''
Chicago 29.10
Patio supper honoring Miss ments, 6:30 p.m., dancing 9 Mrs. C. A. Palmer, viceregent -pha Xi Deltas in the Gainesvillearea I Sun. Noon 7 P.M. GREYHOUND TERMINAL 1 :' l } I

Gayle Cross and her f i a nce, p.m. to 1 a.m. ; Mrs. Arthur M. McNeely, may make dinner reserva- GAINESVILLEAcres -
516 SW 4th Ave. Phone FR 6.5'252I
Casper R a.p p e necker Jr., 1 17 second vice-regent; Mrs. Free tions by'calling Mrs. Tyler. Free ParkingU.S.
t p.m., Mr. and Mrs. John W. SUNDAY May man H. Hart, chaplain; Mrs. The Alumnae Club will resume 441 H. at 23rd Blvd.
r' McDaniell, 3557 NW Tenth annual Raymond. Blacklock, recording monthly meetings in Sep. Ph. 376-8292
.,.. Hagues family reunion I Eemember..only Greyhound takes you to and thru theWorld's Fair I
all day, Camp Olena. secretary; Mrs. LA: ours tember.

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Might Find Controversial 'Canvas'

Old FavoriteAt W orld* 's Fair Film Feast ;

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Movie-Television BOB THOMASAP Writer .'; Makes Inrngination Star : "

HOLLYWOOD (AP-This) is .. .
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( Hollywood Boulevard-

Looking for a copy of a song
you loved years ago? Chancesare n Zrr4 2fout itrk CTimrs Chemistry",show of duppnt, the image may be shown; at the cording to Saul Bass who made
you could find it at Ring's BY BOSLEY CROWTHER breath-taking combinations of next moment, this narrow "The Searching Eye," is that _.
sheet music store on Cherokee mechanical conveyors and mul- frame image may open out to of controling precisely where
Avenue just around the corner New York-If anyone wantsan tiscreens displayed in the Unit- a full use of the wide screen, the viewer is expected to look.
from the Boulevard.For accurate measure of how far ed States Pavilion and in the In- and two, three or more separ- Another is that of avoiding the ...
20 years the shop has motion pictures have been ad- ternational Business Machines ate images may be shown in merely spectacular use of the V
been operated by Stanley Ring, c x t vanced as a frequent and flexible show, and, of course the great this area at one time. technique. Like all things In
method of communication in
a man who is short of stature hemispheric projection of a sim- The Johnson's picture-making, it must be in- ,
25 one needs but consider Wax film does
and long of Necessar years ulated flight into space that is telligently restrained.But .
memory. the manifold of motion much the same thing only its
uses pictures -
f to be opened soon in the Transportation
fly so, in order to hunt up songs r Iv at the present New York Building. wide panel is split into three the possibilities are madeso
from among the 450,000. differ- World's Fair in comparison' equal segments, separated by evident and exciting in these
ent titles he stocks. -"J.; with the limited uses of them at Obviously, some of these exhibits -very narrow black lines. These new films at the fair (all of
"How many songs do I know?. the World's Fair here in 1939. are essentially exposition segments are used in various which are for free incidentally)
Goodness" I have no way to figure The difference is truly amaz- shows or the sort of sensuous combinations. Separate images that one's imagination is carried
he says. "But I can find ing. At the'old fair the main stimulations that are likely to may be shown simultaneouslyon away.
most requests, once I get the >, use of films was as purely be esthetically and commercially -: each, or the two end ones or
title straight. Trouble is, people "" supplementary audio-visual, advertising practical only at amusement all three may be devoted to
give me the titles. I Bette Davis and Horst Buchholz pull tensions tight in''Th EmptyCanv sS',
wrong parks. parts the whole of
stimuli. Nowhere one
The narrow store seems a controversial 'adult drama' centering about a young artist, (Buchholz) his
Dickensian with its dim lights, : promiscuous girl friend-model and his domineering mother (Bette Davis). The modern motion pictures madeto I Most provocative and promising shot.The / A \ 1
:1 film is now playing at the State Theatre. serve as a major attractionin however, are the multi- effects achieved with } 111 :
water-stained walls and carton
an exhibit or give an eye- ple image films that do achieve these two techniques of multiple 1/1
upon carton of old sheet music popping display of the vast some; amazing stimulations of image projection are immense.
stacked in every corner. Ring, potential of this mightiest medium -the emotions and intellect. The (of course, in each case, the I / M
64, fits the remises well; he is Retired Blackstone's Happy of our age. best of these are Kodak's lovely visual stimuli are accompaniedby
cheery-eyed with cheeks that and engrossing "The Search- excellent music, narration
puff up when he smiles and Not so at the present exposition ing Eye" and Johnson Wax's I and natural sounds.)
spectacles that keep sliding Almost everywhere you to There are problems with the
entirely captivating paean i
down his long nose. But Still Waves WandHOLLYWOOD go, you will find some sort of life, "To Be Alive. multiple image techniq u e 1I t 14
a phase of motion picture in 4
Born in San Francisco, hestarteoTTus" prominent The former, a philosophicalstudy which is but an apt expansion, .
and And
purposeful use.
: long career with of human sight as exampled to be sure, of the old split-

songs as A:sInging newsboy in (AP) The Thurston. All mounted big show- several. not either-not just conventional the movies by the optical impressions screen and insert techniquesthat r'nd '
just ordinary
New YorkJ City..He debuted in taken in and stored in the mind were invented back in the tbug's
wild shock of hair is thinner, that played theaters and vaude- Blackstone timed those tricksto shows of
Elsie Janis show at 10 and ; simple
an ]vaudeville with the frame seems slighter than it ville houses in the first few the split-second and cherished documentaries, educational, in- by a 10-year-old boy, is shownon silent days. The main one ac-
spent years did when covered by satin robes. decades of this century. Black- a very wide panel. At one
es\Vhen vaude- each one,yet he parts with them spirational and sales-pitch films.
ville comedy died,sketc.he turned to a sheet But the hands of Blackstone the stone was the last to leave the without regret. He looks cheerfully This fair-is bursting with I moment, a single narrow-frame
magician remains as supple and field. back life and bold and creative cinema with
music store in Los Angeles andit on a career 12th
did weff until.a fire consumedhis steady as when they baffled "I quit eight years ago," he that were full and gratifying.He 'motion pictures that give superb! WATCH
audiences from coast to coast. said. "I lost $35,000 one year, previsions of the ways of the''
total:assets. 1
At 78, Harry Blackstone livesin $60,000 the next and the was infected with the 'I'
$90,000 medium in the ahead. n\\
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He wanted to open a shop Hollywood and still keeps in next. magic virus in 1898, when he I
What had been
already predicted LIVINGWORDS"
Hollywoodbut. his fire insur- :
saw a performance of the great
touch with his magical art.
had Al- "I just couldn't buck televi- by film displays at recent,
ance agent skipped. Keller in The
Chicago. boy
of "I'm not retired-just tired, sion. People didn't want to pay fairs in Brussels, Moscow and t i
though he no knowledge sneaked out his bedroom windowto
he cracks. $5.50 a seat to watch magic Seattle has come to at this.I .I Cafeteria
pass Is
horses, Ring placed $2 bets on i see the show again and his Long's Celebrating
when could
they stay at home speak of such unconventional
longshots with bookies all over Blackstone is the sole survivorof return was discovered by his -
downtown L.A. In 30 days he the great era of American 'and for nothing drink beer.and"watch television father. When young Harry con- items as the displays of mul! Their 12th Anniversary!
had made $400, enough to start magic that also produced such fessed where he had gone, his ti-image techniques in the ex I .
the Hollywood store. names as Houdini Keller andOneJFuIl His 200 major tricks were put father said, "Why didn't you cellent films being offered in MAY 17 Gainesville's First Air-Conditioned Cafeteria
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mercials in motives, more subtle Bills million worth of jewels to use in mementoes of his past. !
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4 I Vie Power used to be Minnesota's
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va, and Power the
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The University of Florida coaching staff is winding up No. 2 first baseman. Now comes

another this"blitz"weekend.In recruiting. springtime style, in the Tampaarea Don Mincher, and Power again I

may be a starting first base
the spring, when major high schools in the state and man-for
some team.
South Georgia have practice, UF coaches take a look at Mincher's recent
prospects. They'll note linemen and backs they want to feats have
made the veterar ..
watch again next falL '

In order to touch all bases, Coach Ray Graves has discovered Power even more expendable __
than he had been when Oliva'spresence
it works better to flood a certain area with the ,
forced outfielder Bob
entire coaching staff. I _
Allison to first base.
Previously, UF coaches have taken in Atlanta, Miami, Mincher hit his fourth home

Jacksonville and next week they'll be in South Georgia. .. > i.1 .. T I run in five 4
games Thursday
In addition, several areas have been covered closely by ... as t
Minnesota : jor league record of 318
at the
L clobbered the Chica. Robin Roberts suffered his second -
individual coaches. Pepper Rodgers for example spent ._ ..,. .. .. )
-- '- -' -'- '. .M. 4 __ .._.-_ go White Sox, 157.Defense end of the season. The New setback in three decisions
much time in the Orlando territory recently.The York Yankees hold
Bank the recordof Buster Narum held Baltimoreto
UF coaches also will be close to home for spring League WinnersWithdrawals Ace 240. four hits in winning his third

windup games at GHS, Santa Fe, Starke and P. K. Yonge. It Power probably is the best de Despite the Twins onslaught

goes without saying that there is going to be much, much won the bowling crown in the Florida National Bank Coffee fensive first baseman in the against Gary Peters and Eddie game Detroit against trailed one defeat.the Yankees

League this season. From left are. Pat Gilligan, Betty Olson and Mae Hill. American League. But rookie Fisher, starter Gerry Arrigo was 3-2 going into the seventh. Then
(Sun photo). Oliva is
hitting even better than forced
from the
game in the the Tigers erupted for five runs

expected while sluggers Allison, fifth inning after Chicago got to after two were out. Don Were

TOMORROW AT PIMLICO Jimmie Hall and Harmon Kille- him for five runs and nine hits. singled home the tying run, and
brew are producing at their Tom McCraw hit
a two-run homer Steve Hamilton's wild pitch

I usual home run pace. for the White Sox in the with the bases loaded sent home
Now, with Mincher acting as ninth.

t The Dancer Hill Rise if Twins'he wants in on a good thing., Don Zimmer cracked a grand the The deciding Tigers tally.added three runs

Manager Sam Mele finds
slam home run for all of Washington's on singles by Dick McAuliffeand
himself with five hitters
power runs as the Orioles'Willie's George Thomas.
for four positions. That doesn't; I

r talent right in the Gators' own backyard next fall. Vie Again in PreaknessBy leave much room for Power, .

One of GHS' brightest stars, without mentioning any names who conceivably could bring Attack

but almost giving it away to describe the gridder, is a mere Minnesota a badly needed pitcher -

6-4, weighs 230 pounds, runs like the wind and is an honor ORLO ROBERTSON Bill Hartack found a hole five- With six starters, the race in a trade. I IBy

student. Add to all this the happy fact that he likes contact BALTIMORE (AP) -North eighths of a mile from the fin will have a gross value of $176- The 25-year-old Mincher trails

and aggressiveness is his middle name and you'll understand ern Dancer and Hill Rise, the ish and shot the nimble son of 700. The winner will get $124- Hall 9, Allison 9 and Oliva 7 in Has Fans

why the line of college recruiters is forming to the right. David and Goliath of horse rac. Nearctic into a quick lead. 200. To make it worthwhile for home runs, but he's tied with Agog

And it's a long, long line.Caught. ing's 3-year-old division, meet Backers of Hill Rise figured the others, $30,000 goes to the ttllebrew at six each. His .356 -

on the Run again Saturday in the 88th running 'that Willie Shoemaker will not second-place third and $7,500 finisher to fourth., $15,000 to batting Oliva's average.414 for is the second Twins.onlyto JOE REICHLER I Mays' true nature, however,

of the $150,000-added let Hartack get such an advan- NEW YORK came to the fore.
Sterling Dupree, former UF chief recruiter and now doing Preakness at Pimlico with every -tage this time since the field is In the draw for places in the Three Runs ) WillieMays'

the same at Georgia, spoke recently to a Georgia alumni indication of a repeat of much smaller and the El Peco starting gate, Big Pete got No. The first baseman has hit early season attack on "I'm like this," he said, "If

group. He said bluntly, "I didn't come back to lose." Word their 1 with Roman Bro'ther No.2, three Roger Maris home-run record I'm
Kentucky Derby stretch colt will have plenty of room to of his last four homers going to break a record,

seeping out of Athens is that Vince Dooley has done a remarkable dueL stretch his long legs. Quadrangle No.3", Northern with two runners on base. His and his threat to become the please don't tell me. If I'm
Dancer No. 4 the Scoundrel No. first in 23 to hit .400 has
job of rekindling Bulldog spirit. Georgia could bea blast) Thursday, one of six for years
surprise next fall. Northern Dancer, a mighty Six Starters 5 and Hill Rise on the outside. the Twins, was good for three the baseball fans agog. thinking about doing somethingreal

i Gainesville sports car owners who think they know howto mite from Canada, won the Derby With six starters, the race The forecast is for clear and runs. But none are as excited about bad, I won't do it. Some

drive their peppy little automobiles should take part in record time of two minutes will have a gross value of $176,; warm with a fast track. Only two other games were Mays' batting feats Willie one comes up to me and says,
Sunday in the Gymkhana being sponsored by the newly1 1 flat for 1% miles. He covered played in the AL. Washington himself. The brilliant San Fran- 'If you get a hit today, it will be

formed Gainesville Sports Car Club. The event at the Gaines-I the last quarter in 24 sec owned[ Baltimore 4-1 and Detroit cisco Giant center fielder is your 2,000th.' You can bet Iwon't

anile Shopping Center parking lot, near Belk-Lindsey, will I onds. GATORS HAVE halted New York 7-3. thrilled by it all, but he is fight- get the hit.
Hill Rise the California-
provide a course to tax anyone who thinks there's nothing to In the National League, Los ing a battle within himself to "Don't tell me things like that.

darting between pylons, staying inside white lines, stopping, I DId Dwned flash, also was under the Angeles swept a doubleheader prevent his true feelings from Just let me go and play. Don't

reversing, turning at near right angles, etc. I Derby record and ran the from Chicago 6-4 and 5-0, Phila- cropping out. tell me nothing and I don't
One of the Southeastern Conference freshmen track marks I final one-quarter mile in 23 2-5
19-MAN TEAMLEXINGTON delphia edged St. Louis 3-2, A wonderfully cooperative think about it and then I do it."
seconds but lost the decision per
that is expected to fall today or tomorrow in the meet at bya Houston nipped San Francisco the
Giants' first
neck. son, Mays has to use utmost restraint Through 21
Lexington, Ky., should hold interest for Gator and area 4-3 and New York trounced Milwaukee had
from being rude as he games, Mays 3 batting average -

sports fans. It's the 100-yard dash record of :9.8 set by Four Others Florida has a Rowe (Springfield, Va.), Pete 124.Killebrew parries questions hurled at him of .481 with 11 home runs.
former UF Ellis Goodloe. State's Mar-
sprinter Mississippi Four other sharply trained :19-man track squad here for Skafte (Holte, Denmark), Dan clouted two homers concerning his chances of finish- No one in years had gotten off

cus Rhoden, the one-time Macclenny grid whiz, has turnedin thoroughbreds: -The Scound-I the annual Southeastern Conference Wells (Cairo, Ga.), Jerry Wil- for the Twins, one with two men ing with a .400 batting average.Or to as fast a start. How long did

a :9.6 this year. Rhoden, incidentally, has been groomed I rel, Roman Brother, Quadrangle track meet today and to- son (Miami) and John Wallace aboard. Allison, Rich Rollins his chances of bettering he think he could keep that up?

all spring by State coach Paul Davis to replace Ode Burrell md Big Pete -will oppose the ]morrow. (Clearwater). and Zoilo Versalles also con- Maris' 61 home runs over the "Amazing, ain't it?" he said
at the key halfback spot for the Bulldogs next fall. The nected the White Sox.
'earsome twosome in the 1 3-16 Coach Percy Beard also Freshman Jim Devaney, against course of a 162-game season.
Gators will see plenty of Rhoden in their vital SEC gameon Rollins wound driving in and laughed. "But it won't last.
nile before crowded Dieter
race a 1 brought five freshmen with himto Gebhard, Scott Hager, up
Sept. 26, in Jackson.Several. five runs three on his fifth I "Not Anything" But I'd sure like to keep it go-
louse of 30,000 and a national j compete in the frosh division. David Wilson and Harry Wink ,
elevision audience. 2 homer and two on a double. 'I'm not saying anything, but ing for a little while longer. I'm
Time trials set at
are p.m. ler.Best Minnesota has slammed not anything," Willie backed off not doing anything different, but
Post time is 4:45: p.m. EST, 1 today at the composition Kentucky times in the conferencethis now

Gators vith television and radio, CBS, j track. Finals are tomor- season and best Gator 51 homers in 26 games, a rate when the suggestion was madeto somehow the ball looks bigger
him that he could be the first coming into the plate. It always
I cheduled: for 4:30-5: pin; J row. I times: that would give the Twins a ma-
since Ted Williams in 1941 to hit does look bigger when you're
The four go into the secondeg Tennessee and Louisiana State I High hurdles, Billy Hardin, "

of the Triple Crown, which are: favored to win the meet I LSU, :13.9 (UF, Scott Hager, .400. hitting.

Among LeadersBIRMINGHAM includes the Derby and Bel-with Auburn rated a strong freshman, 14.7); intermediate

I nont, with fine credentials except j threat and the Gators a dark- hurdles, Hardin, :37.0 (UF, IEIT3CKY STI1IGHT BOOIBOI WHISKY 86 PIOOF LIlLY TIKES

i : for one thing all but Big I lorse. Pete Rowe :37.6); 440-yard DISTILLERY COUUIY. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY Ottoci

Ala., Sev- Anderson finished 3-0 with a 0.61 Pete were badly beaten by Florida's strength lies in the relay Florida :41.5; mile relay Night Game

I tral University of Florida baseball earned run average, best in the 1 orthern Dancer in the Derby. dashes and 440-yard relay. LSU 3:11.5; pole vault, BALTIMORE abrhbl WASHINGTON abrhbi -i

players finished among the conference, for 44 innings pitch I Ray Kodres Tennessee 14-4 Brandt cf 400 (Simmer 3b 4124
Big Pete didn't start in the'erby Ten n e sse e has tremendous Apariclo ss 4 1 2 Blas'ame 2b 4 000
!leaders in the 1964 season, final ed. I) and in the words of his j depth and is strong in the distance -(UF, Hager, 13-11A); high Kirkland. rf 4 0 0 Hinton"\ If_ 4 0 1 0 __

outheastern 'Conference statis- SEC leaders were Ole Miss'Donnie t rainer, Benie Bond, the Preak-I; events. LSU is strong in jump, Don Posey, Mississippi Siebern Robinson Ib 3b 3 4 0 0 1 1 0 King Skowron_ rf Ib 4020 4110 -

ics show. Kessinger and Glen Lusk State 6-6 (UF Lamar Stephens Powell If 3000 Lock cf 3100
r lesS distance figures to be too J hurdles and field events. Au. Orsino c 3000 Brumley C 3010
Catcher Dave Porter led in with .400 bat marks, Auburn's I nuch for this speed-loving son 1 burn has good all-round bal 6-2A); triple jump, Don My Adair 2b 3000 Kennedy ss 2 1 0 0

ioubles with six outfielder Bill Jimmy Crysel with a 7-0 pitch- (sf) Degage owned by Mrs. Harriet -:ance. ; rick, LSU, 47-2% (UF, Jerry aSnyder Roberts p 2000 1000 Narum p 3000 _

Blomgren batted in the most ing record, Otis Bibb, Auburn, I N. Ban of Falls Church, Florida's travel list: Wilson,. 44-10)); discus throw, Miller Totals p 31 0000 1 4. 31 4 7 4

runs, 21; and first baseman Tom most hits, 27; Bibb and J immy ,Va. Varsity John Anderson Ron Hernandez, LSU, 169 11 a-Struck out for Roberts In 8th.

Shannon finished seventh in hit- Barfield, Auburn, most triples, j[Tampa), Tony Bascelli (Vineland (UF, Tony Bascelli, 148-9)); shot :Washington Baltimore .._....................._. 040 109 000 000 000 000-4-I

ling with a .351 mark. Infielder four; Fred Roberts, Ole M i ss, 7-5 Choice I N. J.), Jim Brown put, Justin Canale, Mississippi E-None. PO-A-Baltimore 24-8 WashIngton -

Earl Montgomery was 10th with most home runs, six; and Dink Hill Rise, carrying the hopes I[;Franklin, Pa.), Selwyn Chalker State, 57.2% (U.F., Harry Winkler I 27-10. LOB-Baltimore 5. Washing-
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the pitching side, Charlie bases, 11. I Ranch has been made the 7-5 I ), Mike Docsh (Hollywood throw, Delmon McNabb, LSU B-Hinton, King. IP H R ERBBSO

choice just he in the freshman 232-4 (UF Pete Skafte -I oberts L, 1-2 .. 7 6 4. 2 6
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA C: as was ), Austin Funk (Miami), ,
Miller _......-... 1 1 0 0 0 1
1f64 TWENTY-FOUR GAME BASEBALL. STATISTICS erby, with Northern Dancer I Charles Goodyear (Jacksonville 216-1%); broad jump, Tom j I arum, W. 3-1 ... f 4 1 1 2 7
Record: 1'. I f E. P. Windfields Mitchell Auburn 24-ltt (UF Flaherty, Carrigan Mailer, Hurley.
SEC Record: 12 S rom Taylor's ,
Name ...................n.................. Aa R H .BA 2B 35 HR RBI SB ). -1:55. A-4,224.
Tom Shannon. 1b .......................... as 18 26 .306 4 1 2 9 A Farm; second in the line at 21.t Tommy Harroll (Pensacola), Marquis Baeszler, 22-3)); 100I I NEW YORK DETROIT
Jim Duncan. If ............................ 17 1S 26 .299 0 1 0 9 7 I[ wouldn't be to yard dash, Jim Webster, .Ten abrhbi abrhbi
Dave Porter c ... ......................... 10 14 23 .288 2 1 17 3Eati surprising see i Rick Haley (St. Petersburg), Llnz ss 5021 McAuliffe ss 3123
Montgomery. 2b .................... 91 15 26 .286 3 1 1 16 4 t hem go off at close to co- Alan Hoffman (Panama City), nessee, :9.5 (UF, John Anderson Rich-son 2b 5 1 1 OBruton cf 4011
Jim Elliott. cf ............................ 49 2 13 .271 0 0 0 4 2But and Leach Maris rf 4000 Demeter rf 4010
8omgre rf .......................... 90 20 24 .267 4 1 2 22 1 C choices. I Ken Krassy (Ft. Lauderdale), George :9.6)); Mantel cf 3000 bThomas rf 1011
Ron Creese. 3b ............................ 63 19 13 .206 2 0 1 4 6 The Dancer his advantage I Leach ) Bill 220-yard dash, Leach, Webster Tresh It- AlllCashlb 5030
Randy Morcroft IS ..............._....._ I' 13 u J69 2 0 0 31 0 gained George ( Pepitone Ib 4021 Lumpe 2b 5010
Less Than 40 At Bats t in the Derby when jockey ]Roberts (St. Petersburg), Pete and Anderson, :21.2; 440yard Blanchard c 1 1 0 OFreehan c 4 lOCI
Danny Eggart. p ............................ 18 6 7 .389 0 0 2 3 o dash Bill Shapiro Tulane; :47.0 cHoward c 1000 Horton If 11 1 o
Allen Trammell d .......................... 27 5 10 .370 1 1 1 S 2 Boyer 3b 4000 Werf 3b 4221
Don pendley. 3b .............................. 32 S 10 .313 0 1 0 4 2 (UF, Pete Rowe, :47.5)); 880- Bouton p 2000Reganp 2110
Jim Boyesen cf ............................ 17 2 5 .294 2 0 0 0 0 Mikkelsen p 0000 Brown 0100
Dan Griffin. p .............................. 7 1 2 .286 0 0 0 2 0 yard run, Leland Albright, LSU, Hamilton p 0000 Egan p 0000
Jitn Blggart. p .............................. 12 2 3 iso 1 0 0 1 o 1:52.7 (UF, Jim Brown 1:54.0)); Meyer p 0000 Lolich p 0000
Adrian Zabala. p ..,........................... 13 0 1 .077 0 0 0 0 0 Lopez 1010
Charlie Anderson, p ........................ 1S 0 i .067 0 0 0 0 o mile, Harold Groce, Mississippi Totals 34313 Totals 36 713 ,
Richard Phalines p ........................ 1 0 0 AOO 0 0 0 0 o State 4:16.4 (UF Charles a-Walked for Regan in 7th; b-Singled
Pitching t'or Demeter in 7th; c-Safe on error for
Nllme ..... ................................. .G W.L IP H ER. Ba SO ERA Goodyear 4:19.3)) two-mile run, !Blanchard In 8th; d-Singled for Meyer =
Charlie AndtnOn .......................... t 4-1 55 34. 13 56 o s ; In 9th.
Dan Griffin ................................ 3 2-1 181/3 s 3 6 11 i. Coppley Vickers, Tennessee, i New York .................. 001 sos 0CI0-3 : : jJ
Don Pendley .............................. 3 1.1 113 S 2 3 6I 1M 9:09.4 (UF Goodyear 9:31.8)). Detroit .................... Ill 10t 50 -7
Adrian Zabala .........................,.. s 1-1 23 14' 11 26 2.34Jm ,
Biggart ............................ 7 2-2 32 33' 13 17 2.21 AMERICAN LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUEW L Pet G.B.ian E-Llnz, Pepitone Cash. PO-A New
Richard Phallnes ........................ 3 6 1/3 4 2 4 3 2.ft L Pet G.I.hlcago' 9 York 24-9, Detroit 27-0. DP .Pepitone iL1
Danny E9iarS .......................... 12 6.4 62 1/3 67 26 21 26 3.77 J Francisco 16 .640 nd LUtz; McAuliffe and Cash. LOB -
I Jim Elliott ................................ 2 0-0 6 213 7 6 4 5 s.o9 leveland 14 13 9 I .609.61' -- I Philadelphia. Louis 15 16 12 .571.625 1V4 V4St. law 2B York- Llnz 10, Detroit Pepitone.12.3B Tresh
lew York 13 .591 Vi I Milwaukee 15 12 .556 2 fMAJOR4' McAuliffe Bruton. S-Regan, McAuliffe.
Florida Opponent Florida Opponent altimore 14 11 .560 1 I Pittsburgh 14 12 .538 2 IP H R ERBBSO
5 Fla. Southern 1. Auburn 2 Unnesota 14 12 .531 1V4 4 rincinnati 13 13 .500 3 outon L.32 .....62-311 S 4 4 5 :
. 1 Fla. Southern 0 2 Auburn 0 etroit 11 13 .458 3V* 4 Ihicago 10 13..w S LEAGUE xMikkelsen ,.....0 0 1 1 1 0
1 Miami 3 17 Georgia Tech 3 L OS Angeles 12 15 .444 4 1 Houston 13 17..cJ 5V% amitton ..-...... 1-321 000
1 Miami 2 2 Georgia Tech A fashington 13 17 .438 4tt 1.os Angeles 12 1'.m 5Vt Meyer ...........1 0 0 0 0 II :
13 Miami 7 4 Kentucky 5 oston 10 15 .400 5 I New York 8 19 J96 9 tegars.W.2.3..7 5 3 3 4 2
6 Vanderbilt 4 6 KentuckY SA ansas City 10 15 .400 5 Yesterday's Results LEADERSf. Egan ..?.......0 0 0 0 2 II = = -
Vanderbilt 0 3 Tennessee 33 Yesterdays Results C.os Angeles 6-5.. Chicago 4-0 1st game .olich ....._......2 2 0 0 0 3
4 Georgia 0 12 Tennessee S c Detroit 7, New York 3 10 innings x-Faced 1 man in 7th; y-Faced 2 menn
27 Georgia 3 3 Auburn 10 Unnesota 15. Chicago 7 I sltw York 12 Milwaukee 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE Sth.
2 Georgia Tech 1. Auburn 0 rashington 4. Baltimore 1 I Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 2 Batting 50 at bats Oliva Minne WP Hamilton. -Smith, Kimtamon
2 Mississippi State 10 10 Georgia 4 0 fly games scheduled I Houston 4. San Francisco 3 sota. .414 Bressoud Boston, .386. onocblck, Runge. T-2:50. A-7.511.
6 Mississippi State 1 1 Georgia 0 Todays Games C 3nty games scheduled Runs Oliva and Rollins. Minnesota -
ansas City (Segul 1-2 or Drabowsky Todays Games 26.Runs CHICAGO MINNESOTA
1-3) at New York (Terry 1-1) night 1\lew York (Stallard 2..) at San Francisco batted In Wagner Cleveland. abrhbi abrhbi =- = -
Unnesota (Pascual 3-2) at Boston (O'Dell 0-0 or Bolin -n. night 26; Rollins. Minnesota 23. H'shb'gercf.5o2lvelIes u 5331
Another Attempt TodayIn (Monbouquette 1-4). night F imburoh (Friend 3-1) at Los Angeles Hits Oliva. Minnesota 4: Bressoud. Buford 3b 5011 Rollins 3b 4335
os Angeles (Chance 2-0 end B. Lee (Ortega 1-2), night Boston 39.Doubles. Robinson rf 5. 1 0 Oliva rf 5110 -
i-O) at Baltimore (Pappas 1.2 and Milwaukee (Lemaster 3-2) at St. Louts MaThews Kansas City Hansen ss 3100 Allison cf-H 4332 it.w
Bunker 2-0). twi-night doubleheader. (Gibson 3-0), night and Rollins. Minnesota .. Nicholson If 4 2 2 0 Killebrew If .2 24 -
Oklahoma Golf hicago: (Horlen 1-1) at Washington (Os-: I Philadelphia (Bunning 3-1) at Houston i Triples Verslles Minnesota end McCraw Ib 5123 Hall cf 0000
City leen 2-3). night Nottebart 0-4). night Hinton Washington. 4. Weis 2b 4121 Mincher Ib 5113 -
:ieveland (Ramos 1.2) at Detroit (Wickersharn C Cincinnati (Purkey 0-2) at Chicago (Jackson Home runs Colavlto Kansas City J MNertneyc4lloAllan 2b 4010 '- i= = I II
4-2). night 5-1) and Allison and Hall. Minnesota ,. Peters p 1100 Zim'rman c 4 0 1 0 I : -=- -0E
"k' OKLAHOMA CITY (AP-An- the tournament over another Tomorrow's Games Tamarrew'f Games Stolen bases J. ariclo. Baltimore. aMinoso 1011 Arrigo p 2110 5E=
(:ieveland at Detroit Philadelphia at Houston. N 13; Wagner. Cleveland; Fregosl Los Fisher p 0000 Pleis p 0 01 0 0bCarreon _
other attempt to play the first day and finish Monday. :hieago at Washington Milwaukee at St. Louis Angeles and Hinton. Washington. 5. I 1000 Roland p 0000
.0$ Angeles at Baltimore N New York at San Francisco' : Pitching Pizarro.. Chicago. and Kreutzer p 0000
round of the $40,000 Oklahoma Involved in the decision are (ansas City at New York Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Kline Washington. 3-0 1.000. I Ward 1010Mossi
A Minnesota at BostonTitans I Cincinnati at ChicagoINTERNATIONAL Strikeouts Pena. Kansas City. 39; j p 0000
Open Golf Tournament was local television commitments. LEAGUE
City Peters Chicago; Wlekersham Detroit. j dStepnens! 1000
scheduled today, but thunder- Another complicating factor is Yesterdays Results :and Kaat Minnesota 36. Trials 41 713 7 Totals V 15 15 15
Toronto s. Columbus 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE
a-Singled for Peters In 4tti; b Called
storms which wiped out play that the field will be cut to the Generals I Richmond at Buffalo rain Batting 50 at bats Mays, San out on strikes for Fisher in 5th; c-Sin-
Atlanta at ROChester. rain Francisco.. .....,) Williams Chicago .385. led for Kreutzer In 8th d-Struck out
late Thursday again were forecast low 70 scorers after 36 holes Jacksonville at Syracuse. rain I Runs Mays San Francisco. 27; for Mossi in 9th. = Tii -

for the asea. and to the low 60 scorers after FLORIDA STATE W..L.Pd LEAGUE G.B. Clement Pittsburgh 21. San Francisco C;hk.9. ................ Ml ZM N2-- _
Hockey WinnersTitans Runs batted bi Mays Minnesota ........,..... Kentk1raia
halted Thursday I 54 holes.A Lauderdale" 18 8 .492 34; StargelU! Pittsburgh. 22. 304 590 21*- : 1
Play was Lakeland :
15 9 .425 2 Hits Mays San Francisco. 44; E-McNertney Arrigo. Killebrew. PG _
when lightning flashed threaten- 36-hole session Sunday :Daytona Beach 16 10 uis 2 Clemente. Pittsburgh 42. J Chicago 24-10 Minnesota 2715.LOB- -: _._
downed Sharks and it. Petersburg 14 12 .538 4 Doubles Clemente Pittsburgh f; Chicago 13, Minnesota S. t_ =--
ingly over the 7,042-yard Quail would necessitate drawing up C Generals: beat Bombers in Mid- i Sarasota 12 12 joo 5 Cardenas. Cincinnati; Maye Milwaukee; 2B-Rollins 2. Oliva. HR-KTIIebrew 2.
rampa 10 15..coo TVS New York and StargelU Pittsburgh \ersalles
Mincher Rollins. Allison. Me-
Creek Country Club course. All new pairings in the middle of jet League hockey play at the3oys' :Miami 8 17.320 9ft I .. C:raw. SB-Allison Weis. S-Pleis.IP .
but 21 players had finished their the Orlando 7 17 .292 10 IAlT Banks and Santo, Chicago; H R ERBBSO enjoy true old Mstyle
day. I
A Club yesterday. Scores Yesterdays Results. Philadelphia and Boyer St. LouisHome F'eters.L3-2..3 5 7 7 2 5
rounds when the end came. The leaders at the time play 3-1 in both (Orlando 2. St. Petersburg 1 (11 Innings) 3. F:isher ......... 1 5 5 5 0 1
i were games. :Sarasota I. Daytona Beach 3 runs Mays San Francisco. :reutzer ........ 3 4 2 2 3 2ossl
None of the scores counted. halted were Charles Sifford of Stars included Alan Lowe for !Lakeland 10. Fort Lauderdale I U; Howard Los Angeles. 11. A/\ .......... 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bourbonalways
PGA officials decision rampa 4. Miami 3 (12 Innings) Stolen bases Wills. Los Angeles. J rrigo .......... 41.3' 5 4 J 1 Kentucky
promised a Los Angeles and Chuck Courtney 'j ritans and Donald Brooks, Todays Games 11; Harper. CincinnatI. .. F teis, W, 3-t .....'32-3. 2 2 3 2
early Friday whether to of La Jolla Calif. with two- it. Petersburg at Orlando Pitching Marietta!, San Francisco. F otond ......... I 0 0 0 1 1
I 3ritt Mims, Glenn Mitchell and Sarasota at Daytona Beach 6-0 1.000; Gibson. St. Louis 3-0, 1.000. WP-Arrigo. Balk-Kreutzer. U-Drum- smoother because, it's slowdistilled.q.
play 36 holes Sunday or carry I. under-par 70s I I hey Dean for Generals. Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland Strikeouts Maloney Cincinnati and r mood Umont DiMuro. Paparella. T _.
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SSi Guy Cleveland Construction counters, Publix edged Post Of- The victories by Wings and Saturday at the Golf and Coun- and Fred Stringfellow; 9, Bruce Peter Regan and Dick Schmidt.IJGA banquet is set for Tuesday,
:r Co.' 5-0 in City League softball fice 9-8 and Hav-A-Tampa Budweiser kept the two clubs try Club. and Billy Brashear Scott andT. Further information may be'May 26, at 6 p.m. Reservations I'
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.- Lynn Doverspike tossed a CRAWFISH ARE EXCELLENT and alternate shots. Established I 9:30, John and Frank Klem- TMKA. TMKA"VODKA
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t tK By MIKE RATHET against the Dodgers In the first and five walks by Fred Nor- buck's relief help.

w Associated Press Sports Writer game, three runs scoring on man. Davis stole three bases. The Mets stroked 15 hits. invites you to
t 6 Say Hey, look what Bob Bruce Ron Santo's homer. The Dodgers
did! caught up in the eighth on Ernie Broglio was pitching a against Braves' starter Warren i
and two-hit shutout for the Cardinals Spahn and three successors.
Jim Gilliam's homer it
Bruce held Willie Mays hitless when the Phillies tied the score Dick Smith slammed three key Umoarethe
in the 10th when Tommy Davis
for the first time in 21 games, in the sixth with two runs. Sin- doubles for New York while Ron
and Frank Howard hit
:. setting the San Francisco slug his 11th homer.In gles by Tony Taylor and Allen Hunt also chipped in with three "

: ger down four times Thursday plus two grounders get one run hits. Spahn, now 2-3, left in the the and l

1 night and slicing Mays' average the nightcap, the Dodgers across before John Herrnstein fifth inning after Joe Christo-I I

19 points to .449 as the Houston provided Drysdale with a 3-0 singled in another. Allen's homer pher tagged a homer. The score fuel

Colts defeated the National lead in the first two innings, then won it for Jim Bunning, was the Mets' highest of the economyof V"

jA. j League-leading Giants 4-3. cashing in on four stolen bases now 4-1 with the aid of Ed Roe- season.
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BIG MEN IN PHILS' VICTORYJim had been held hitless since the

Bunning (L), Richie Allen third game of the season. with

! In other National League

"""'"""" games, Los Angeles swept a w A _. .. i competitors' -0
_; T.> man in the eighth, Billy Pierce

tl II came on, but it was too late.

Singles by Kasko and Spanglergot 90 hpoutboards

the winning run home.

LOS ANGELES CHICAGO abrhbi abrhbi The Cubs bolted to a 4-0 lead :
abrhbi abrhb! .>
Wills ss 5110 Stewart 2b 4011 Maye cf 5000 Smith lb 5330 doubleheader from Chicago 6-4 I
Gilllam 3b S 1 1 2 Brock rf 3110 Mathews 3b 4000 Kanehl cf 4110 and
T.Davls If 5110 dBurke 1010 Aaron rf 3 1.0 OHunt 2b 4233 5-0, Philadelphia edged St.
Howard rf 5232 Williams If 5020 Torre lb 41 2 Thomas If 4221 Louis 3-2, Houston nipped San
McMullen lb 5 1 1 0 Santo 3b 4113 Bailey c 411 CSonder c 3100
Fairly Jb 0000 Banks lb 4000 Carty If 3122 ChrTpher rf 4 2 2 3 Francisco 4-3 and New York
Parker cf 5000 Rodgers ss 4000 Bolling 2b 401 0 McMillan ss 4 01 2 The 100 hp Mere 1000 has at least
Camilll c 4022 Bertell c 4120 Menke ss 3011 C.Smitn 3b 3020 trounced Milwaukee 124. 'thiS" isihe 10 more horsepower than any other
cW. Davis 0000 Cowan cf 3000 Spahn p 2000 Cisco p 4112 rouqh i uqh pewiuuse outboard. It will outrun and outpull I
Roseboro c 0000 Ellsworth p 4 1 1 0Trace's Menke ss 3011 Sturdivant p 0000 Don hurled four-
0000 a any competitor's outboard..and do
*! 2b 4 01 0 J.Smith p
awaits Koufax p 0000 1 000 Hoeft aGabrMson p 0000 1000 hit shutout for the Dodgers in on ti/beefs ihdt you can drive it on less..fuelqt.Lta ,

Miller p 0000 Totals 33 4 7" Totals 35 12 IS 11 the second game, and Richie In actual tests on a typical family

bWerhas Perran'skl, _p 0 1000 0 0 0 Grounded out for Hoeft in 9th. Allen clubbed a gamewinninghomer tip hills dovin qt lies tl1rouqb runabout a competitor's 90 hp outboard
Totals J9 'ID Totals 36 4 I 4 Milwaukee 021001000-4 for the Phils. used 30 per cent more fuel
a-Walked for Koufax h 5th; bFliedout New York_300 216 OOx-12 than a Merc 1000 when both outboards -
9th for; Miller d-Singled in 7th for; c-Brock Kan in for 10th.CamilliIn E-C. Smith. Mathews. PO-A-Milwaukee Bruce, who brought his rec- mud snort Cind sind were traveling at the competi .
2410. New York 27-9. DP-Menke, ord 4-1 with tor's top speed. Of course, at full
ninth-inning relief -
Los Angeles ............ 000 020 020 2-4 Bollmg Menke and
Boiling and Torre;
... .... ._ throttle the Mere had a top speed of
Chicago .. .. 003 100 000 C-4E Torre; Boiling and Torre. LOBMilwaukee help from Hal Woodeshick,
more than 10 per cent higher than
cago-None.>>1'. DP PO-A-Wills-Los. Tracewski Angeles 30-14 and Chi-Me. 28-R.7. New Smith York 3. 7.Torre Hunt. Bailey was tagged for a two-run 'triplein the 90 hp. Even the Merc 850 with AliKE
Mullen:Wills. Tracewskl and Fairly. LOB Menke. HR-Chrlstopher.. SB-Aaron. 5McMillan. the sixth inning by Tom 85 hp,was more than a match for the :
-Los'Angetes"-6, Chicago 6. SFMenke.IP H R ERBBSO 90 hp. That's why the only outboard
Haller and went into the sev-
2B-Howard..' S8-Wmrams.'HR-Santo.S-Brock.Gilliam Perranoskl.Howard Spahn L, 23 .... 41-39 6 6 4 4 y } .. that could beat the Merc 850 is a
2-3 3 3 3 0 0 :enth trailing 32. !
IP H R ER 88 SO xNiekro 'v ,; Merc 1000.
Koufa( 1..1 6. 4 2 4 Smith ... 1-3 3 3 3 2 0 The Colts tied it when Bob :
Miller m....: 2 1 0 0 1 2Perrariosk1 Hoeft ..... 61-3 22-30 7 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 1 i -.,.) In the same tests, the competitor's FloridaPHONE
W 2-0 4 2 0 0 0 3 Cisco W. 1-2. Shaw was touched for singlesby ,
Sturdivant .... 22-30 0 0 1 4 \ # 75 hp outboard used 21 per cent more
10 10 6 2
Ellswo/th L. 2-4 6 3
WP, -Koufax. U-Landes, Steiner Bar x-Faced three men in 6th. Eddie Kasko and Nellie Fox fuel than the Merc 1000 when the
lick, Donatelll.Second T-2:38.Game -Forman.HBP-By Jackowski Spahn (Hunt Crawford). WP-,Cisco.Vargo.U before forcing in a run by walk- <. Merc was cruising at the 75' top

LOS ANGELES CHICAGO T-2:41. A-5.278. ing Al Spangler and Walt Bond. speed. ,, :

Wills.ss. abrhbi 2221 Stewart. 2b. abrhbi 201 0 SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON When Shaw walked John Bate- Jt High-horsepower Mercs (Mere 1000
Parker ,cf-rt 3110 Brock rf 4000T. abrhbi ab r h bi and Merc 850)have six.in-line small. 964-5791 .
Davis If ,4011 Williams If 3000 bore cylinders instead of four !big-
Kasko 4120
J. Alou rf 4030 ss
Howard .rf3 0 2 2 Santo 3D 0 1cW.Davls
like other outboards.
cf 0 0 0 0 Banks lb 4000 aM. Alou rf 0 0 0 0 Fox 2b 5010 bob! cylinders
McMullen Ifr 3 0 0 0 Rodgers ss 3010Faw4y.4b Hiller 2b 3110 Spangler If 4011 Budweiser These smaller cylinders are more i
1000 Ranew c 4000 Mays cf 4000 Bond rf 4111 efficient in squeezing the most work
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cf 3110
Werhas 3b 210 OLandrum cf 3000 McCovey If 3111 Wynn 4
.from drop of fuel...to give
Cepeda lb 4110 Aspro'nte 3b 3010 every i
CamUt c 310 0 Norman 0000
Trac"skl..2b 300 'ElstOft p p 1000 Haller c 4012 staub lb 4022 this the you more miles per gallon. Power-

Drysdale- p 401 OaBurton Toth p 1010 0000 Hart Shaw Pierce 3b p p 3000 0000 0 0 0 cWilliams Bateman Grote c c 2000 0000 0000 Plays Host. is rough tough powerhouseon Dome reduce combustion fuel consumption chambers and further boost 36 MONTH

bSchaffer Schurr p 1000 0000 dPeterson 1000 Bruce p 1000 wheels' that can drive the power. Small-bore, short-stroke
Totals 21 5 7 4 Totals 30 0 4 0 D'np't ss-3b 4010 bRunnels 1100 Budweiser plays host to Chas- you design also allows Mercs to be made
a Singled for Elston In 5th; b-Struckout1 Sanford p 2000 Woodesh'k p0000 tain's Restaurant of Orlando hills smaller and lighter...and still deliver BANK RATE
for Toth In 7th c-Ran for Howard Pagan ss 2000 down gullies
in9th." --. ; Totals 34 3 I 3: Totals 31 4 9 4 tomorrow night in a Softball up through more power at the prop than I
Alou in 7th b-Hit into
a-Ran for J. ; other outboards of
Los-Jjigele*.................. 120 000 001-5 force play for Bruce in 8th; c-Ran for doubleheader at City Park. The mud sand equal or greater FINANCINGiscounf
Chicago '''._.__.... 000 BOO 000-0 Bateman in 8th; d-Grounded out for snow and piston displacement. "r **. ..
first begins at 7:30. ami to ,
in 9th.
E-Banks. PO-A Los Angeles 27-11. Pierce game Fuel speed durability, and
Chicago: 27-14,' DP Santo, Stewart and San Francisc ... 100 002 000-3 i The two teams split a twin the country J tremendous economy i
Banks Wills And McMullen; Rodgers and Houston .... 010 100 lix-4E l club dance pulling power are engineered
Bank LOB Los Angeles 9, Chicago 8. bill here last year with both into every Mercury.A Mere
SB-Wills..Parker T. Davis 3.,S Park -Wynn, M. Alou. PO-A-San Fran- will consistently give miles
Houston 27.8. LOB San FranCisco 1-0. .
SF-Wills. cisco 2412. games ending, discover 4-wheel "DRIVEPOWER"* U1" "
and miles hour
gallon more
6 Houston 12. per per
Veteran Don will be
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Drysdale. W, S-l .9 4 0 0 5 < 2B-Hiller, Wynn. Staub. 3B-Haller. than any other outboard in its power
SB-McCovey. Cepeda. S-Wynn, Bruce. the mound for the visitors ALL rVEW J.EEP WA.G-1 J
Norman L. W .1 0 3 2 5 0 on EFt, range.Remember,only Mercury gives
Elston .....;.....4 2 0 0 3 2 SF-McCovey. I
IP H R ER 88 SO while Barnes is scheduled you a six.Only Mercury has Jet-Prop
: Bobby
Toth .........-.2 1 0 0 3 0 "Drivepower Is Wagoneer station
Sanford 5 .5 2 2 3 1 wagon's new, exhaust. Remember, also, that D
Schurr ..........2 4 2 2 0 2 to hurl for Budweiser.
KShaw, L, 3-1 2 2 1 1 3 2
x-Faced 3 men In 2nd. and Mercury gives you the most hp per
Landes. Pierce .........1 2 0 0 0 1 Improved exclusive 4-wheel drive system. f&
Bar-lick Donatelll
T-2:49.U-Steiner.A10.035.Night. Bruce. W. 4-1 .... 8 8 3 3 1 10 pound, the most hp per cubic inch 'I :
Gam Woodeshick ....1 0 0 0 0 1 the most miles per gallon. I
ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIAab x-Faced 1 man Bruce In 8th.). U Conlan. Banquet. TonightThe KAISER Jeep CORPORATION Toledo 1 Ohio
r h b abrhbl HBP-Sanford ( See your Merc dealer today. COM
Flood cf 4110 Taylor 2b 4110 Harvey. Venzon Weyer. T-2:31. A- PARE the Merc 1000 and Merc 850 :
Clemens If 4121 Allen 3b 4121 0,407. University City bowling
f with competitors' 90 hp outboards.
Groat White ss lb 5000 3011 covington Call lion rf If 3 4120 0 0 1 Two Coaches league will hold its banquet tonight RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. Learn why you get more RUN for prices
Boyer 3b 3010 Amaro lb 0000 at 7 o'clock at Holiday your money with Mercury..100.85,
McCarver c 4 0 2 0 H'nsfn Ib-lf 4021 1132 S. Main St. Gainesville, Flo.! 65, 50, 35. 20, 9.8, 6 and 3.9 hp outboards .
Lewis rf 2000 Gonzalez cf 3 0 1 0 iin.
aJames rf 1000 Dalrymple c 3 0 0 0 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) and MerCruiser Stern Drives
Javier 2b 4010 Wine ss 3000 nation's active ...110 to 310 hp gasoline; 60 and I
Broglio p 3000 Bunning p 3000 winningest 100 hp diesel. 17ft. I
Shantz p 0000 Short p 0000 college basketball coaches are
0000 Roebuck 0000
bLong p I
cGagilano 0000 at Kentucky schools Adolph j COBIAwith
Totals 33 2 t 2 Totals 31 3 I 3 \
and Ed Did-
a-Struck out for Lewis In 8th; b- Rupp of Kentucky
Walked for Shantz in 9th; c-Ran for dle of Western Kentucky. Each i Top and Bow Rail
Llna ln th
St. LOUIS ....................000 020 (100-2 has more than 700. victories. Reg. $1095
Philadelphia ............. 000 002 I Ox-3
E-None. PO-A-St. Louis 2+10. Philadelphia -
27.... DP Groat and White; $89517ft.
Dalrymple and Allen. LOB St. Louis I
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DARE Conference Underlines Threat 'Politics' J Flying Track TeamS ':


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By MEL SHARPE conference, Dr. Herman Reitz, ages begin to ripen. This is be- Dr. J. R. Beckenbach,*director ARTHUR L. GAVSHON -. ,. .: .. '- '',',' '. '. I

Agricultural Experiment horticulturist in charge of the cause it is relatively impossible of the Agricultural Experiment :h ...7. : : ,, '? :: 1 I

I Stations Citrus Experiment Station at for a grower to pick and market Stations, said that his or- THE HAGUE (AP-The North : -. .: .

Rising world competition and Lake Alfred, told the group 300 acres of a single peach va- ganization is doing everything Atlantic Treaty Organization is .. .,' 4
over-production will be a ser- that by 1975, Florida citrus producers riety. possible to support the DARE in a state of suspended political *' '

ious threat to Florida's citrus may be selling their I A good potential is foreseen program. He said there is a animation until after the U.S. >r
industry by 1975. product! for as little a3 $1.25 'for pecans in north Florida, but definite need for research in and British elections this fall. ,, ..1'

That is the consensus of In- per box. The value of the entire I production is expected to remain -marketing and economics and NATO foreign ministers went ...,. .Ii ):,
dustry leaders who participatedhere Florida citrus production will static for the next 10 mechanical harvesting, but at home Thursday night from The "

this week in an initial con- probably be less than it is .today ;years. present neither the facilitiesnor Hague after a three-day meetingthat I
ference of Operation DARE, the he said.Growers i Tung is still believed to be the personnel are availableto failed to solve basic prob-

University of Florida's new agricultural seem to be greatly 'one of the more important tree do this work. lems menacing their unity. .,' -. -..;,11> I
development expanding their current acre- crops in the state but becauseof Dr. M. A. Brooker, dean of -'
p r o- On the most serious issuesto -
gram. age and this may create serious foreign competition and pro- the College of Agriculture said, U.S. leadership of the alii
in the future he duction problems, it "Many believe that agricultureis *
More than 200 leaders of the surpluses appears ance-the moment of truth and
citrus and other fruit crops and pointed out. He also stressed! acreage will not increase much declining because of the increased decision was deferred.The -'
nut industries and University of that citrus must compete with 'over the next 10 years.It efficiency of agricultural

Florida fruit crop experts took every other beverage on the was pointed out that blue production. This is not expectation was that the

part in a two-day session covering market and that competitionfrom berries and blackberries have the case..It is true that fewer CJ.S. and British government

the fruit crop industries Israel, Iran and Spain real potential for F lor da. people are involved in agricul- which take office this fall-

Wednesday and Thursday. This may be a serious contender for Grapes will not be of impor- ture, but the need for highly whether new ones or old ones

was the first of nine commodity Florida growers in the future.In tance until an acceptable mar- trained personnel is increasing with reinforced authority-would .
meetings to be held thrcugh the deciduous fruit and ket variety is developed whichcan rapidly." generate fresh leadership to dispel jI

May and June. The purpose of nut section of the conference, be produced under Florida Dr. M. O. Watkins, director of the malaise that has seized

DARE is to plot a course of peaches, it was decided, could conditions. the Agricultural Extension NATO. I of the University of Florida track team and Assistant City ManagerBud I

action through 1975. Dr. E. T. be marketed satisfactorily in Concluding the conferen c e.. Service, said that his depart NATO DirkU. Brockenbrough get a preview of the type of plane Southern Airways plansto

York Jr., provost for agriculture -Florida. It was pointed out, were the directors of the extension ment is attempting to adjustso Stikker Secretary-General was authorized to fly into Gainesville next fall. Stewardess Mary Ann Hipp shows the group
is directing the develop-, however, that many growers research and teaching that every advantage can current
one of the 40-passenger planes Southern hopes to use to replace
of be derived from latest research help Greek and Turkish
ment program.In will be in serious trouble when program at the University Eastern flights.FAA .
tempers over Cyprus. But Greek
the citrus section of the, their current non-bearing acre- Florida. information. '
Foreign Minister Stavros Kosto-

,polos said Stikker's orders empowered of Airway Service
him to act only if Okay

WBUSINESSJ MARKET Greece or Turkey asked him to.

But the Turkish foreign minister -

-. ;- REPORTReaders9 Feridun Erkin. told news- Here Come Autnmtj i iI

: itg REVIEW V men NATO'S he instructions was satisfied to Stikkerto with May by

conciliate. I Southern Airways' proposed tion before the Federal Aviation Gainesville in the past, primarily

0' I II Concerning French President replacement of Eastern Airlines Agency is approved.The with charter flights for the

Charles de Gaulle's attitude to-.I in Gainesville may receive application was submitted University of Florida, including

I Request FutuJ.eIncome ward the Americans, the American -federal approval this fall, South jointly by Eastern and Southern. basketball, baseball and track

Belgian and British ministers ern officials said here yester- teams. ::

made plain to the French day.The Southern, with headquartersin The stops proposed by tlTe
that the political and military regional airline plans to Atlanta, will fly twin-engine, two firms applying for the transfer -

... (The: :following market quotations it shape of NATO should remain double Eastern's current pairof 40-passenger planes into Gaines. are Jacksonville, Tampa,
of are'fh'*requested* Sun financial specifically page. by The quotaSTOCK LISTINGS untouched. flights in and out of Gaines ville. Tallahassee, Ocala and Albany! ,
'tieni'are furnished by- Sincere & Co. II They told Foreign Minister, ville if their transfer applica- Southern has flown from the, Macon and Atlanta Ga. --
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.'- .. Morning for recasting the alliance
-" N.Y. Centl .50g 34 they Exhibit of Kennedy Doodles
EXCIIANGEA&T' would be
'Nia M Pow 2.00 SAM DAWSONAP considered. But until

V.'i'.7' ",.,.- 140%' Norfolk W ._ ._. 6.00 129 N.Y. these are presented they said,
-TI Listing Business News Analyst it would be better for
France to
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Allied Cern: n=:: ... 1.80 53%l, No Nat Gas 1.80 55 AllisChal 18% IntHarv 73 NEW YORK (AP-The polit- stop Couve rocking de the Murville's boat. Shows Tensions in Criseswelcome

AmeradaEt2.00, 82. Olin Math .. 1.20 45% Alcoa 79% IntNick 81% i cal furor tends either to hider reply
Atner"Enka ......r.vn 1,40 Owens II G 2.50 AmAir 46 IntPap 32% C) distort the business perplexiies >rought reconciliation no nearer.

Amer Home!:'._ .: _,_1.44a 63% PacG&E.. 1.00 AmBrkmBdPar 53% Jones&L 74% t: which also may be resolvedhis His general thesis was that @ Neat turk (Timm on to 22 other American cities. ,r viet Premier Khrushc h e.v: :;
Amer-M-Fdy--__,-.90 :21 Pac Lting 2.40 \ 37% KaisAl 40% t: summer. And these largely, France supports the aim of the By NAN ROBERTSON The New York show is sched-:::: "S a f eguards against," h.e

Amer Home *_.::..-::. 144a 66% Pac T & T .- _--- 1.20 AmCanmMot 43% Ken'cott 85 I IAmCyan lonpolitical issues can set the alliance-to guard Western Eu- WASHINGTON John F. uled to run until June 6 at the ,writes, and underneath jg-

Amer:.:"Motors_ 21 Pan Amer A ___ 1.20 74% 68% Lig&My 73% I pattern for the income you may rope against Communist aggression -: Kennedy on the job was a non- I.B.M. Gallery. Evelyn Lincoln,I frames it with "Assuranc

Armccr( )tL -: ...-?.OO 72% Parke Dav __ 1.00 28% \ 14% Loch'd 32% xpect 'and the prices! you may -but opposes its military stop doodler a highly verbal Kennedy's secretary for all of against future ."

Atch Topka _-;--- 1.20a 29% Pennzoil _ 2.00 t\T&T 140% Lorillard 45 J JAmTob rind on the goodS and services structure. man who wrote down his his senatorial and presidential: The words "atom," "Re3
Bauch Lomb 1.20 Perkin El 4 32% Mag'vox 35% you want. Paris believes in a coalition of thoughts on menus, place cards, years, saved almost every Cross" and "Puerto Rico" alSo
Pfizer .. .80a 46% The party campaigns are nations that leaves national:i of her boss wroteon. _
Baxter lab__ .36 23 s Ampx Cp 15% MM&M 63 envelopes and thousands of scrap paper I appear. I
Beckman In Phelps Dg __ 3.00 AnacondaArmour 44 Mohasco 13% 1 being waged against a back- identities and policies indepen sheets of yellow lined legal paL The Kennedy family and I Another yellow sheet is -
Beech Lf S 1.10 Polaroid _._._ .20 149 51 Monst'o 78% J ground of general prosperity dent. per. staff chose about 100 of these coyjered
Bristol My .80 65 Pub Sv E G 2.60 ACL 71% MontWd 37% and growing confidence. At the Couve de, Murville contendedthat ,I He was given to compulsively for the exhibit. The most significant -executed with briskly overlapping, possibly squares in,

Brown Shoe 3.40 Pure Oil _.... 1.60 48% Babcock 57% NatDair 79% ]midpoint in the second quarter national, interests always!!' writing the topics of meet-, papers are his notes\agitation. also scrlB-

Brunswich ....._ 10 Rayonier 1.00 38% j B&O 44% NatDist 27% I[)f the year the majority of reports transcend. international loy-ings and telephone calls over:and doodles during the Cuban ,bled the Kennedy words "Christmas,!'

Cambell S _.._ 2.40 Rexall .. SOb 46% I ]BethStl 37% N.AmAv 47%- ] show the economy at new alties. ... and over, from three to a dozen missile crisis of 1962, meetingson "Christmas Island," 'Trum n:1
" Reyn Met! .50 39% : 47% 51% I heights with good chances of civil rights and nuclear test-(
Carter Pdt ..:..- l.OOa Boeing Penney times or more, usually boxingthe "U Thant." At the bottom
Case J I'_._ H7< Rich Merr __ 1.00 44% Borden 73% PRR 30% ;going still higher if Egg MarketJACKSONVILLE word in with a ,penciled ing. I land Mrs. Evelyn Lincoln's neat
I R.C.A. 33% :Brunswk 10. 52% The ifs can be important. And
Cessna Air 1.00 25%j PepCola rectangle. The object he pictured
The exhibit will also include|hand is the date March,
AP The
should become clear be- ( ) -
RCCoIa. 1.20 71 CaterTr 59% PhilMor 81% some '
Ches Ohio ... 4.00 75% | most often was a sailboat such objects as the famous 1962 and the intelligence that
Chrysler 49's Roy Dutch _...._ 1.73g 45% Ce'anese 69% PhillPet 49Chl1'sler % fore election time. Northeast Florida Egg Market t signifying release and relaxation rocker .this the
------------ Kennedy and cannon was during leadership
On the income side there prices to retailers:
11 RCA 33 are
San % 49
Coas S aGs Diego Imp on the waters of his bookends from his White House[meeting in which the resumption
CBS _... __ l-80b Ms Searle Gd --- .90 61% CocaCola 131% RepStl 44 new wage patterns to be ham Extra large 39-43, mostlj r. beloved Nantucket Sound. desk. I of U. S. nuclear testing
Sears Roe. .. 114% CornEd19% Revlon 33 mered out this summer with I 42-43; large 37-40, mostly 39
Comb Eng _...- 1.20 |I -- Some of these intimate All will be housed eventuallyin was decided. .
ConEdis 84% 45 chief interest centered on the: 39%; medium 30%-32, mostly 31
Singer 2.00 ReyTob ;;
Cone Mills .80 17l's glimpses of the late Presidentin the planned John F. Ken-I| Later, Kennedy went on tel-
_..._1.20a 61% .ContCan 52% StRegP 32 auto industry. small 25-29, mostly 27.
action will
ContI Airl _._ .40 241* soon go on tour nedy Library at Cambridge, vision to explain his action..to
Contl 'Ins -I-.- 2.20 i Sou Cal Ed 1.05 DoweChe 72 Seaboard 46% Washington is trying hard to I Poultry at farms: fryers 13;,; in an exhibit of his mementos Mass. [the American people. After the
Contrl Dat _- 100% Sperry Rand 15=% duPont 262 Sears 114' % 'get both labor and managementto t hens, not enough sales to repor t and, papers that will open in U. S. tried and failed to reach
EAL 31% Sinclair 47% follow what it calls guide. Perhaps the most historically
Corn Pdt'--- 1.50' St Oil Cal 2.00 62% : prices. New York May 26 and move agreement with Russia on a
of the note-
Delta AIr 1.60 91 St. Oil Ind .-. 2.oob 78% E.Kodak 130 Socony 78% lines. Primarily they preacl I important touring ''test ban, this country resumed
is sheet
Firestone 39=% SouthnC 58 moderation. Washington want: papers a Kennedy
St. Oil N. J. 87% ,
Steel __ .60 testing at Christmas Island in
Det FlaPw 45% 15% labor to ask for pay increase:; crammed with words towardsthe
Sterl Drug .65 27% SperryR
---- :the
Eastern Air. 31% Pacific.
Veterinarians Duet close of the tensest of
Texas Util ___ 1.20 FlaP&L 72% StBrand 76%I that won't upset the balance oj days
El 1.00 41% ,
Emerson Textron .. ... 1.40 Ford 55=% StO NJ 87% production costs and prices. Ancit his administration. It was October -
Fair Camra .50g 25% Tidewater- ___- ... 30 FrmstDa 11% Studebak 8% wants management to resis 1962, during the discovery -I Dedication Set
Finanl Fed 58ViFst FruehTr 30% Swift 49% any wage demands that woul< of Soviet rockets in Cuba
1.97f 38 Trans W A _... 38 At VF Conference For
and the ensuing confrontationwith
114FoodTalr Union Pac 1.60a GenDyn 25% Texaco 78% force price increases and cancel I 'Youngest9
F1aE'Cst----- GenEl 83% Thiokol 13% out the benefits from the cu Russia.
:,.. .90 21'* United States Steel The is not dated but Masonic Lodge
p GenFds 86 U Carb 124% in federal income taxes. tt paper ;
__ 55% Und Air L 1.50b 56% Some 150 veterinarians ar e the conference delegates o
Ford.,Motors GenMills 39% UnitAirc 45% Labor is well aware tha t -those close to the crisis can re
FMC Corp 1.00 Upjohn _- .--- 1.00 51o/.a are expected here tomorrow afternoon '- and explain Operat ion construct what was happeningand A new Masonic Lodge here
GenMtrs % UnFruit 20% many corporations report
37S4, War Lamb .70 29% Q7 at the of Florida '- DARE to : will be dedicated the
Gen Motors I Goodrich 53% US Steel 55 ing record profits along witl 1 University a plan help Florida determine it was towards Sunday as
Worthintn .-.-. 1.50 for the seventh annual Flor' realize its full in Florida.
Gen Tele --- .88 33's Goodyr 42% UnivMat 12% rising sales.Management. agricultural po the end. "Ten days Out in youngest lodge
Ga Pacific .-_._...__ 1-OOb I Xerox -' __ 109%! 32% ida Conference for Veterinarians. '- tential-in relation to veterin- 10 days" says one notation,, There are 162 charter members -
Greyhnd WestgEl
Getty Oil __.._. -10: 23's I Zenith _..__ 1.20a 71% GulfOil 57% WinnDix 32%I spokesmen an ary medicine's role. Dr. Boh--probably a reference to a promise : of R. T. Schafer Lodge
Grace Co. _.._ 1.00b 544 t Prev. Close Components 2nd Hr Honwl 135% Woolwth 83% busily pointing out that profit Dr. Charles B. Plummber Jr.", len and Dr. Beal will speak ate or an ultimatum as to how, 350. Dedication ceremonies will

Gulf Oil ,-. .....- 57% Advances -_-. 478 should go still higher if nev 7 Agricultural Extension Servic the Saturday afternoon worksoon the Russians should re,(be Saturday afternoon at First
Heine Curt .80 Declines 557 apital is to be attracted for th< veterinarian and confer e n c 'e shop. move their missiles. Methodist Church at 2:30.

IBM 5. 584 Unchanged > .- 332 :MYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS financing of business expansioi 1 chairman, said that two internationally ISunday morning, Dr. W. A. Ra. Below this are three numbered .. Earl V. Simpson, Past Master

Tnt Min-C __ 1.80a 76Total Issues 1,337 Volume Company Close Change to meet the goals of economii. known scholars -, Di'. der practitioner L a k eview,,, points: "1. Ships fly -. and a member of Gaines-
Int Tele _-__._ 1.00 58% New 1963-64 Highs 49 185 200 Cal. & H'la 23% off 1% growth. George M. Beal and Dr. Joe \I. Mich., will discuss fee -setting.s ., inspection of ships," an obvious; ville Lodge 41 for 34 years,
Kellogg .- -80a New 1963-64 Lows 48 144 200 Tex Gulf Sul 53Yup 1% businessmen feel tha t Bohlen, professors of economic: Reasons people give for nol:; allusion to the plan later adopt.. will be installed as head of ,the.
Lehman CP>- _- 1.34e TODAY'S DOW JONES 120 000 Baldwin Li. 15 up 1% Many and sociology, Iowa State Un paying their bills will be analyzed -ed for U. S. planes to fly over, new lodge. '-

Litton In __ l-98f 64% 88 300 Chrysler 49% up tf as when soon as production competition costs permitsor moun t versity-will headline the coi]1- by Dr. Lowell C. Yoder, proe -, ships bearing away the rockets, Other officers are Curtis R.

Lone S Cm .. ...- 1.00 824.45 I Indust. I 824.85 72 700 RCA 33% up V, again, price must go up to poi'_ ference, discussing how peopl]: fessor of marketing, Universityof 'to be uncovered and countec J i I Williams, E. C. Kuehn Jr_T.
52 200 Mc Dermott 24% l.i
Marsh Fld 1.60 .29lSi CkST I 200.76- up I .accept new ideas. Florida. from the air. Then, "2. Veri-Ray Williams, Kirby Green C.
vide margins
20 I adequate profit 01]11 "
49 400 Pure Oil 48% off %i!i Dr. C. Hall It Afternoon speakers will include fication K. Herbert Ennjs,
Martin M ..._ 1.00 18 sales. Hoyt presider on ground, the safeguard Pennington,
McG Hill __ .60aMead -141.49 I UJiI I 141.51 47 700 Sperry Rand 15% off V I I ,of the Florida State Veterinar y Dr. Rader, James F, that the U. S. sought tc"E. R. Rowe Sr., Dashwood

Corp -- 1.70 289.19 I Rails 1289.45I 45 700 Haveg 39% up 2!I Another mystery also Is expected :-,Medical Association, of Tamp 1, Moore; assistant professor, accounting -prevent the return of Russiar I Hicks, Harold Johnson, Robert

Merck .----- 2.00a 111 L 4,750 I Volume I 1,860 43 800 Curtis Pub 14 off \: to be solved befon e will open the meeting in th e department, Universi.. missiles to Cuba. Benson and J. A. V. Moon.
A-S EX MOST ACTIVE STOCK: autumn. This is how the cox I- J. Hillis Miller Health Cente::r ty of Florida, Dr. Turk, and Dr.. In point No. 3, Kennedy ap. State Masonic officers will be
., ,. 58 200 Prvian Oils 17,"16 up3/ll I sumer will finally react to th e auditorium. Dr. E. T. York Jr., R. P. Knowles veterinarian, oi r pears to be tinkering with th honored at a reception follow-

(e) New York 38 300 Cinerama 8 up V I federal tax cut savings. So fa : UF provost for agriculture, wi II Miami. 'language of a message to So. ing the ceremony.Rocky's .
NEW YORK. TIMES MARKET AVERAGES, MAY 14 33 900 Shat'ck Dn. 11% up 3%I he has been spending the new
High Low Close Net Chg. 33 300 Assoc Oil-Gas 6% off %:I money moderately, saving some

25 Rails 139.09 '137.73 138.41 Off .07 29 900 West. Eq'ties 3% up 3 i I of it, using the rest to pay up Card Campaign BoomerangsWith
old debts. If the consumer starts
25 Industrials 829.14 819.36 825.91 Up .25 I MUTUAL FUNDS
50 Stocks 484.11 478.54 482.16 Up.09 NEW YORK (AP-The following bii t spending a lot more by fall, the
I and asked quotations.' supplied by th! pressure to hammer out sizable

ers.Natjonal Ine Association do not represent of Securities actual trans Deal: wage increases and to raise Nasty Notes From Barry Backers
actions but are the NASD's estimate o: prices to meet the higher payroll
iFLASIIES the range within which these securitie! !
could have b .* cold (bid) or bough't will build up.
l\ ( (asked):
Affiliated Fund 8.87-9.5S I At issue is the possibility of LOS ANGELES Gov. Nelson jury. They are using the postpaid -, organizations, proclaiming New Frontier or socialism; and

NEW ..YORCAP-The( ) stock in some of the recent red-hot Capital Life &: Gr. another round of inflation. Rockefeller is paying thou- reply cards to send backa "Communism Killed Kennedy -. his membership in the Councilon
market nudged irregularly higher :speculative favorites. Calumet I Divers Growth 9.92-10.8, There is little sign of it at the sands of dollars to be insultedby deluge of denunciation.One ," "Impeach Earl Warren"and Foreign Relations often

early this afternoon. Tradingwas '& Hecla and Texas Gulf Sulphur -Dividend Shares 3.76-1.13 i second quarter's midpoint. thousands vehement California of the one million maIl- "Get Us Out" (alluding to referred to just by the initials"C.F.R.tI
I' Dreyfus 20.45-22.I There could be of signs supporters of Senator the United Nations).
the lightest in weeks. : were off fractionally at -'- plenty ing, Rockefeller campaign people
This is equated with"internationalism"
Gains of key stocks were':the start, recovering later. I Fidelity Capitl 11.47-12.4 by election time. Barry Goldwater.In hoped ultimately to get as Governor Rockefeller Is called "
... last month Rockefeller I and 0 n
Fidelity Fund 17.97-19.i the e-
mainly fractional some going G.D. Searle and Parke, Davis many as 40,000 replies bout "a Democrat," "sociahV ,"
19.0320.7Fund'tal I FloridaRecord 1ijist campaign headquarters I "
\ Fidelity Trend primary worldism.
divided between San
to a point .or so. ;advanced more than a point equally "Communist" and "home
Invest 1l.Ot-12.U t has mailed to a million reg-
An exception was Du Pont, uPI''each as interest switched to the] Income of Boston 8.46-9.25 ; 275,000 istered Republicans an appeal Francisco and Los Angeles wrecker," is urged to "go backto I Veteran political professionals
than 3 points as it rebounded ,drug section. headquarters. To date about New York" "get lost" and
more I Incorporated Inc!: volunteer. workers, campaign in the Rockefeller organization
from some sharp declines The Dow Jones industrial average Head of Cattle 10,000 have been received herein "drop dead!" Other typical imprecations -
_ and contributions.The .
Keystone K-2 5.65-6.11 support Los say they have never seen
.40 at Angeles. "Rockefeller for
this week.Aerospace at noon was up are
Keystone 5-3 16.7o-18. communication is a three- such concerted vituperation in a
issues, nonferrous 824.64. Florida shipped a record 275,- dog catcher" and "Rockefell e r
Keystone $-4 4.1 -5.21 l section card, with a reply portion About half of these have campaign before. They say this
metals, drugs, chemicals and U.S. Smelting rose about a Life Investors 0.97-22.9:, 000 head of cattle and calves postpaid at the first-c 1 a ss ranged from vituperation to for water closet attendant. mail proves their thesis "All

oils were generally higher. Airlines point. Polaroid lost a point and Life Stock Fund _... 8.12-8.S i during 1963, including 180,000 rate. The original mailing alone obscenity. Many senders g lye Campaign aides have countedover Goldwater supporters are not
I and tobaccos continued to Control Data more than that. Mass. mv Trust 165718.11 calves, the Agricultural Extension cost more than $10,000.But their names and add res ses. 200 communications slur- extremists, but all the extremists

drift lower. Prices were irregularly higher Mass. Inv. Growth 8.77-9.I Service; reported today. voters who oppose the Many identify themselves as ring Mrs. Rockefeller some of are for Goldwater.

The Associated Press aver- on the American Stock Ex Pioneer Fund 9.69-10.5!11 I Florida produced 379 million New York Governor a I most'I'members of the John Birch them in terms unprintable.The .
that the candidatenever
age of 60 stocks at noon was up change. Puritan Fund 9.63-10.4]l'pounds of cattle and calves during uniformly identifying them- Society.A An irony
.5 at 306.9 with industrials up Corporate bonds were mixed, Putnam Growth 9.5010.31TV I the year and marketed 127 selves as boosters of his Arizona sizable proportion of the candidate's points most, sees any of this mail. It
and utilities with U.S. Production in the June 2 -'cards are bedecked with stick- criticized are his claims to Re- goes into a special bin, at head
1.0, rails up .1 up changes small gov- & Elec. ---P 8.1S-8. ] million pounds was opponent Republican fastidious
.1. ernment bonds improved slight Value Line Inc. 5.5 -6.Wellingtonfund 3 up 5 per cent and the marketing primary are ingeniously ers widely distributed by'the society publican liberalism which is quarters labelled that a"Nasties." secretary -

Interest seemed to be'cooling ly. 15.13-16.!J total was up 29 per cent. combining insult with fiscal in- and other right wIng repeatedly equated with the .

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DEAR ABBY: The newly revived craze of the beard is can't understand why more teachers aren't aware of it. I do SOMETHING SMELLS AND-goo HC f DLO .. Q GO
: the most ridiculous thing I have ever witnessed. Julius Ceasar not recommend informing on others. Bide your time. SLOB8OV1A SPLATTERED HOUSE.AND LOOK CM OUR!! NICE Too.?,. IT 1 f.J EAT

I and Alexander the Great were beardless, and they did ISSOAKED ISTURNING ALL TASTES ,,, .,, I ,, ,t YOUR
all right. Napoleon and George Washington were cleanshav DEAR ABBY: We never go anywhere without first callingto KINDS COLORS.: DELICIOUS JJ TASTES A d OWK1_
en and they did all right. And wouldn't you say that John D. see if we are welcome. But when we get there we are IN 1L4Dk+101.ET. f .f HOUSE
Rockefeller did all right? embarrassed to find that the people were just ready to re- K1CKAPOOJOY GRINN !! s

I HATES BEARDS tire or they are so exhausted they can't keep their eyes JUICE. pf1
DEAR HATES: What about Alexander Graham Bell, Abraham open. Why do they say, "Yes, we are going to be home-
Lincoln and Sigmund Freud? THEY did all right, too. come on over," when they are not in the mood to have com-
And the Smith Brothers coughed up a fortune. pany? I simply cannot understand this and wish somebody
would explain it to me.

DEAR ABBY: There are 33 students in my chemistry class LIKES PEOPLE
and only six of us do not cheat on tests. Our teacher gradeson DEAR LIKES: Most people lack the courage to be com- -
the curve and it is really unfair to those who don't cheatto pletely honest. When folks WANT company, THEY do the
get a lower grade because the others cheat. I supposeI inviting. -
have no reason to complain because I. get A's on my tests *

regardless. However, some of the kids are mad at me be- DEAR ABBY: I have been following the discussion in your I THOUGHT 1: H N011 SIMMER DOWN- i e M'MLOOKIN'AT
cause I won't let them copy from me. Is it MY responsibilityto column about. whether or not a clergyman should be offereda HEERED SOMESHOOTIN'OVER I NEVER GOT I THAT THAR
inform the chemistry teacher of what is going on? Or cash gift for marriage counseling. Someone signed "BURN- I SHORE HAD BY Q A SCRATCH Q NEWSH1RTU:! I
should I ignore it? I hope your print this, Abby, as it is a ED UP IN ST. PAUL" told you off, saying clergymen werea w TODAY A MAW 'iH' STILL 's
common problem. prosperous lot. Then you turned around and told her off. Y

CONFUSED Don't worry about BURNED UP, Abby. She is -and will. be. '

i :: DEAR CONFUSED: It is such a common problem that I A RECTOR IN TRUMBULL, CONN. + ( ; ,

I[ ReddyO dored Thing." ((1955)) Han I
Tennessee Tuxedo Suyin, an attractive Eu- "tW =

1\ 10:00 O D Hector Heathcote rasian physician, has a 4 is faF!
I .. O Quick Draw McGraw dinner engagement with 3 l GsskELt

10:30 O D Fireball XL-5 war correspondent Mark 3
Elliot, a date that's des z
O Mighty Mouse
tined to develop into a ro
11:00 O CD Dennis The MenaceO
mance. Filmed in Hong
Ranger Hal Kong. John Patrick based NER AIR TEMPERATURE OBVIOUSLY TRA tJ "li IE'U
11:30 O O Fury his screenplay on HanSuyin's D 1.80.' TiIE TIME WnU1.0 MOON YOU CAN HAVE ANY
THEIR 'MJDN '.. 12:30 O CD Mr. Wizard.O r 10:00 O Gunsmoke READS-HOT
FRIDAY EVENING rection of Thomas Schip- Film Feature 11:00 O Detectives ,

5:00 O Best of Groucho pers plays works of Ben- 12:45 O Baseball- O CD News, Sports
O Adventures in jamin Britten and Sibe- Athletics vs. Yankees. Weather
Paradise lius. 1:30 O CD Baseball- 11:30 O Movie

5:25 O Moments in Sports 9:30 O Twilight Zone-Drama Indians vs. Tigers. "Blood Alley" (1955)) A
5:30 O Newscope O CD That Was the 3:30 O Movie small Chinese village ar-
5:S CD Local News Week That Was-Satire 4:00 O To Be Announced ranges for an Americansea I Y BrtOQ.It, L+
CAia '
I 6:00 O News Spts., Wethr. Chipping away at two D Wrestling captain's escape from F 1 the .1Fls.

O Sunshine Almanac American institutions 4:30 O OutlawsO the Reds, hoping he will i
: 6:15 O Channel Five News mother and the police. Preakness Stakes take the entire village to

6:30 O News-Walter 10:00 O Oregon Primary. (Special) freedom aboard a stolen
Cronkite O CD Jack Parr 5:00 O Maverick ferryboat. Produced by

Holiday Time. 11:00 Q NewsL Wethr., Spts. D Porter Wagner John Wayne. Directed oy 1'Oll'REEMBARRA550VG MEFflTHtR/ fcDOCTOR..WHATAREVXUR ANSWER AW OUE5TK L )THEYAREMO5T HONORABLE DRINK GOOD/TO WE'LL THATp / i it
O O News-Huntley O News 5:30 O Wilburn Brothers William Wellman. John
Brinkley CD Local News (color) O Sports Special: Wayne, Lauren Bacall, I r I INTERRUPT ASKED DR.MORGAN WHEN IAMTRLWNG/A QUESTION WY DAUGHTER?
7:00 O Silent Service 11:25 O Movies 24th Annual Los Angeles Anita Ekberg, Paul Fix, I/-1 AND I EXPECT HIM TO
O Death Valley Days 1. "Rangers of Fortune." Relays. Berry Kroeger, Mike Ma- < ANSWER / _
O Compass Rose- (Western; 1940)) After 6:00 O News, Sports zurki. O
Pueblo Culture. escaping from a firing Weather Q Movie I
CD Glenn Reeves-Music squad, a trio of adven- O Fishing Fun "My Gal Sal." ((1942)) Musical I
7:15 0 Friendly Giant turers turn up in a town CD News, Sports depicting the life, : /
7:30 O International in the Southwest where 6:15 O News, Sports, loves and music of a popular I kHfSi I

Showtime : the settlers are being terrorized Weather songwriter, Paul ,
"Canadian Aquae a d e," by outlaws. Fred 6:30 O Password Dresser, brother of novelist Iii t .' ays
the first such event for MacMurray, Albert Dek- D Flintstones Theodore Dreiser. '

this series. Diving champions ker, Gilbert Roland. 2. 6:45 O News Rita Hayworth, Victor Ma- ,
: Norma Dean Max- "Thundering Jets. (Drama 7:00 O Jimmy Strickland ture, Carole Landis, John
well, Eddie Cole, Emile ; 1958)) A former World CD Combat! Sutton. -
r' Hotte and Ronnie Munn War II pilot is unhappy O Circus Boy CD Movie Double BUT MY INITIALS S JjlH"ARENTMDH I KNOW- BUT lil' HOW AM I GOING t '
demonstrate high diving with his assignment as 7:30 O LieutenantO Feature UOOKC IEMBROIOEREt7>AGWbOD JANICE HOW THATSTANDS"MV DARLING< FOR TO DOWN EXPLAIN AT THE THIS

and perform comic flight instructor. He wantsto Jackie Gleason 1. "3:10 to Yum a." A MONOGRAM HUSBAND' / BOW.IN6 r
aquatics, including weight pilot the test planes. 8:00 CD Outer Limits (Western; 1957)) The wit OMVOUR ti-, AU.EY. ''s'A'NEWSHIRT
lifting and a relay sack Rex Reason, Dick Foran. 8:30 O Defenders-Drama ness to a holdup is determined
t race. 11:30 Q CD Johnny Carson "Mind over Murder," by to put the bandithe
i O Great Adventure 1:00 CD Broadway Goes Latin Roger H. Lewis. When he has captured on the e
O What's New SATURDAY is apprehended for killinga train to Yuma, while the r I .
Chemistry of milk, some 7:00 CD Count Of Monte Cristo man, Gerald Lowen bandit's gang is equally a
animals of the coral reef. O Sunrise Semester claims that his powers of determined to stop him. 1Itrfl 7 s
CD Destry 7:30 O Sunday School Forum extrasensory perception Glenn Ford, Van Heflin, 1 w

Music from the John CD Comedy Capers indicated to him that he Felicia Farr. 2. "China 55s __ I
Coltrane Quartet. 8:00 O Across The Fence was the intended victimof town Squad." (Mystery; I
8:00 O Jazz Casual O Captain Kangaroo the man he murdered. 1935) An agent for Chin- C
8:30 O Family Life CD Ramar of the Jungle Preston: E. G. Marshall. ese revolutionists is mur- -
O Route 66 8:30 O Robin.Hood Ken: Robert Reed. dered in a Chinatowncafe.
O O Bob Hope Drama CD Popeye and Bozo Q Joey Bishop An ex-policeman attempts ----- = BEEN UN* ABOUT? tHE PREFER RACK ALREADY, DEEDLE? I-DIDNT j
"The House Next Door." (color) 9:00 Q CD Movie to solve the crime. NIR.ANYILr..I'YEGOT WUU GET YOUR MEl' PROTECT OUR lN -HOW ALONG WAS?DANE GETTING SEE HIM,
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Don't Get InvolvedWASHINGTON c .. + : ,

-In the past If we reach the ultimate of the: "Please, I don't want to bee and the man's wife shouts, Iv., SUGH'ME! I NEEDED T4AT YOU t7 UCP T 'I AM K VVICW.CCONVE AMP YOU MUST BE THE X
few weeks we've seen examplesof non-involvement syndrome, w come involved. don't If 1)) I TO HSAR.M3U WERb NOT TANDPUPll.! CCU< CANYON WH3YVAS
"Harry, why you come up- CALL Out gEAL WiTLd. 00 OF REV.YEER/S SUMMONED B/H 2 BIK.ECODE.
ordinary citizens who have may have something like this: "What do you mean, stairs?" i- -TO CONFIRM DOCTORS... ARE HAVC CARRIED MRS. .' A OCVEK DEVICE
witnessed crimes and done nothing A dark street a man walks i don't want to become involved yo u"I can't. There's a fellow MY SUSPICION YOU r 2 VEER JUNGLE-TO THZ.DgiP. EVSM/ THOUGH JTMA/6ET
1/sAU.cHcppepTO errs
about them. Their home from work. Out of the O ; E
excuse : I'm holding you up." down here holding me up." s AS WHIPPING FCZ OtAzV
has been they didn't want to get shadows pops a holdup man "Sh-sh-sh not "We don't want any trouble. A6zINLNRAL ADVISERS .
loud. You'llwake
involved. "Your money or your life." so Tell him to z a3
up the neighbors and then go away. 1
they'll be mad at me because. "I can't. He wants my mon- OIIII! 1
; 'f SADO JAR RogI they .didn't come to my aid." eYe :Maybe you should call the \ V ( 1
I I "
I. "All right then, hand overyour -/ A
ACROSS LOFT LOGICAL wallet" "I don't want to get involved, t : I
i cA vex TELL Harry," his wife says. ".
1.Tibetan 26.! Asterisk iii; G R P 11T R E S "Why should I hand over my "I didn't think so." _
priest 27.Units It
5.Time gone 28.Regal E A A I R wallet? If I do, then I'll have to Another window opens. E- S
i by 30.Conquer PIA B O L U S go to the police and report it. "What's' going on down there?" C/ ._h Ili V1SORRY
# 8.Gums 31.Creek ALA A 6 D I G A T E They'll ask me a lot of ques The man's wife shouts, "Har -
11.Island 32.Rabid B o R A o R(A R o N tions. I'll lose time at work. Go ry's being held "
12.Laic. 34.Bearing A B A T U R E N I P 5 hold up somebody else." up. SIR. WELL, I PONT I'LLTizy NOT OLD CHAIRS HAP
Debatable buds F A R I N A S U N I E "So tell him to go to another >.1 SAE, POT rrsZ BECAUSE WANT TO RUW TOBUMPIXS.2.SINCE : TO BE ST2OJC6 TO.
\ 15.Enactment 28.Afiernooa T R A E L S T E. A 5 The holdup man says, "No, street. He's going to give the Ptls 'VUZGlA'2 HAVESU04A :f MY BRANO-NEW THEY SUPPORT TMS
16.Chides show sir, I'm holding you up. I've block a bad name." 3 BACK FAT. BIG DES K. CHAK WHICH DON'T MAXE ENORMOUS WEA6lT
19.Constella. 41. two hours for "Come on, mister. You're I"I / CTL'KVTHAU : OP SOMe OLD
Con's maIn of Follower 45.Legions 5.Declares someone to come along. Now, waking up the entire neighborhood BUMPlNSME/ I OTti4E2O4A82 AW / TVS USED WAY TOlJ THS/! PEO1l:...
star Democrttas DOWN 6.Receives let's have no more chatter." ," the holdup man s ay s. ::: GS
20.:Type of 42.Require 1.Branch 7.Edible Just then a man goes by. "I'm giving you one more SN
light 43.For each 2.Tome hub tuber chance and that's all."
:2.Widee44..Abbr for "Hello, Harry, what are you I Y
containers 25 Down 4.3.Anchor Besets 8.9.Howl Side doing out so late?" "Mister, if it wasn't for all...

10. Guide's "I'm being held up by this' the trouble, I'd give you my Z: '
I z 4 5' 1 t'l'h 6 9 td second note fellow." money. But instead I'm goingto 5.25r.

II ,= rh 13.Satisfaction "I didn't give you a good rap in the ..,,
13 see anything the rATALK
/A :Maoii head. .i x zTi 4 o
17.Digit second man says and. dashesoff. ""
l'i- 1 S 21. Harry takes his umbrella
Weep and smacks the
holdup man on -
HiSi 17 : f f'l"22.0bd5ance "Hand over the the
moneylI the head. The
: ht 23."tn holdup man is so
: 'l////J//.I 9 // / //ZQ Vh 11 24.\\'ashIng1 gunman says. surprised he drops his gun. IYELLCOR 1EEtY WHAT ARE ) IM GOING TO HIM ARENTXDC% 4 5IPE I WANT OF THE/ HEAR 51ORY HIS AUWE'VE TO ARE SAY Vai THAT TRYING MYPAU0HTEK5 I I PIPNT SAY THAT5IMPLY / I
"// / r// / / / "You're K7U GOING TO PO X WANT TO ,
ionIan making a mistake. < TALK WITH GOING
Harry keeps hitting man on r- ) HEAR: SO FAR LVIM6? WEAR 6AKY5 SJPS OP m ;
:e lJ rt Zi z. Thorough* Suppose they catch you? Then the head until he knocks him HIM,WLLEEP5. FIRE HIM? ft"VOUK RWJ6HTK5. +
;/.. fares
I'll have to I
go to court and tes- out.
ZI Z8 U 26.Endurance f i e
'h 29.Coal tify. You know how much time Just then a prowl car comes

;/h / m JI "//.WW 33.Faded that takes? Maybe your casewon't I along and the cops jump out.< ,
34.Exploit be called for months. You Q.
They see the man sprawled out
JZ 13 : ,
V.Jf 15 j35. '
4 # -h Maple may hire a lawyer who will get his pistol next to him. r...
sa 39 V.4() 36.genus Rain hard you a postponement. 111 haveto "What happened?" the-- policeman -
4/ V Whirlpool come back again. I don't. asks. ...
::%/,1') 4t. ,8. Work of a make a good witness. Maybe "I didn't see anything" Har "

.I 4) / 45 39.cartographer4 Brownie your lawyer will twist my story ry says. "I was walking by and
around. They're smart fellows." the man fainted. It must have -:
t ParIma26mIa.N"'II t ..5f1Si Just as the holdup man lifts been theheal Or maybe it was
} up his pistol, 9 window opens something he ate."

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I the undersigned desiring to engage In CHANCERY WAITRESS. wanted at Howard ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good 3 BR. 1 bath. CCB home. Stove.refrigerator .
business at 2022 N.E. 23rd Boulevard FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION Johnson's Restaurant. evening for watch, stock and pets. FR .
Gainesville. AJachua County. Florida. a corporation. shift apply In person only, 2-oon. Central air conditioner V/ANT-AD RATES J
under the name of A & J SAW AND Plaintiff 2830 N.W. 13th St. __ heat. Driv by 2503 N.E.1lh .
MOWER COMPANY (NOT INC.) Intendto vs.EARL GERMAN shepherd pups AKC. all Terr. cll 376-5890.

register the said name with the Clerkof T. NOLAN and wife. STENOGRAPHERSHigh slots ready to go. Shown weekdays PH. 372-8441 I
the Circuit Court of Alachua County MARY L. NOLAN. School Graduate wiln abilityto after 7 P.M.. all day Sat.' BY OWNER S.W. Area. 3 Bed
Defendants. k type well and take dictation. and Sun. See Don Carney. 3501 home central heat

Florida.s) SAM JACKSONs Mortgage Foreclosure Case No. 111 63 Excellent salary. S day week. NW 18th Ter._ hardo fo 2-car garage. for

( ) JOE ANDERSON Excellent benefits. Daily inter Black Labrador puppies test of 10 J 126 17.. .$00 dw. call permot a
H. G. BATES Of BATES & JONES NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLO views 8 to 4 pm. blood lines. Fine to hunt or at 4h or OnlyDEADLINES II
11 W. University AvenueP. SURE SALE BY CLERK SPERRYELECTRONIC home. AC: reg. Call 3725763 R27. 0. Clssified

O. Box 394 Notice Is hereby given pursuant to i TUBE after ,6 and all day Sat. & Sun. 3 BR, 2 DrhS. ig. LR, walk-In
Gainesville Florida Final Decree of Foreclosure dated May closets dishwasher Sm. down
(3344) 5.14 21. 28; 6:2 12. 1964 and entered In Chancery Case DIVISIONSPERRY CO./ and beg dog puppes: for VA mtg.. Swim pool I
No. 11863 of the Circuit Court of tnc RAND sale.AJ Leopard. U bull Vt curr. paylent.
privileges 376-1533
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONTO Eighth Judicial Circuit In and foi CORP.GAINESVILLE $1. to $35. P"4312545 aft- after S r .. tr Fr. papers-5 p.m. Day before Dbllltl
VACATE PLAT Alachua County Florida. wherein FED FLORIDA er 5:30.SIAMESE._ SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIPN. f t go in Sun. paper-12:00 a.*' .

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the' ERAL NATIONAL, a corporation.MORTGAGE is Plaintiff ASSOCIATION amI oh3L1S EQUAL OPPORTUNITY KITTENS. < weeks o:d.sealpomr E. 4 BR. 2 th Lg. L. R. kic For ads go I Mon. P r-1 pjn. *", d

.undersignad will apply to the Board of>> EMPLOYMENT S20 ea_ SIAMESE en and Jrch. Air-
Earl T. Nolan and wife Mary L. Nolu S 4 near etem. (Minimum 4 lines)
County Commissioners of Alachua I mother cat. 2 yr*. eld. $15 with tier Juio A
Defendants. I will sell to the higher
are Wanted time Clerk .
part -typist Down
f County, FlOrida. at its regular meetingto Zc.-; experienced carrying crate. Phone 376-8?96. I. payment flexible. 3
and best bidder for cash: at the Alachu : In filling out Insurance : FAMILY RATES
be held on the 2nd day of June.
County Courthouse In Gainesville FlorIda 'em4 ifrI. and medical forms. Please NIATURE Dch> 372.11. g
1964 at 2:30 for the vacation of
the following plat p.m.to wit: with In the legal hours of sale a t call 3723697._ AKC registered 2 males and 2femaes. $ up ON YOUR LOT. Open 1 I ..... lIne3insertrons

Gay Subdivision as per plat there I 11:00 A.M. on the 26 day of May. 1964 I.t WANT a beautiful business and : reve had shots. $50. House Sundays. 1 t 6 p.m. De- n.1 .. 3 line .=..

recorded in Plat Book B, Page 100 I the following described property as se; have fun. too? Phone3S00.._ sign & engineer by U. S. 6 Insertions 2 line

of the Public Records of Alachua forth In said Final Decree to-wit Phone 376-1430 NINE week old American shepherd \ .. DivisIo 2100 a 12 i-sertions :: 14c
-- -- --- --- --- -- -- ln
County Florida. Lot Eleven (11) cf BlockK" of from IB A.?.'.. to 5 P.M.. Monday. pups; well marked registered sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bath air cond. Total charerouted by multiplying total lines x rat earned
I the First Addition to Carol Estates. Wednesday & Friday no ether ma'e and female $35. tric veneer 2 car garage 1S31 x numb .< insertions. i
Blocks J. K. L. ItN and 0 as per 36th Dr. Alachua Homes,
Lake Vista Subdivision
a as per Phone 6-3470.
time peaseWAITRESS. g
plat thereof recorded in Plat Book plat recorded in Plat Book "E" Inc. Call Frank Thomas FR 6 5r

B. Page 13 of the Public Records of Page 82 of the Public Records of H- Good hours. good FLUFFY kittens need a good 670
Alachua County. Florida .z ,, it"t5 in home. They're black and white
Alachua County Florida. .Q salary. Apply person. Won- S Five letter words per line
-i John M. Waters : derhouse Restaurant. 14 S.W. and part Persian. 6 wks. old AN exciting home with space excel'ently ;

John M. Waters Preway space heater (5.3-146678) ? 1st. Behind Sears. We are giving them away. Call built air citio. 5
Presto hot water heater (CC 40 S- 23757. 3 BR, 2 Bath family I
Dclols Waters .
.4. Odds Waters 13619 DElKitchen ; PHYSICIANS Aide Type, meet fireplace. now being r completedby 8 Pt. Sam as I line* f
public keep records. I Black thoroughbred Miniature Poodie. ordinary type
Exhaust fan 10" Nutone Salary Lloyd Myrick. Builder inWimberly
(3349) 5:15. 22NOTICE
ceiling typeGarbage 'ti' according to ability and exper. _$50_hone_FR_2-B35T_ Estates outside citylimit
sposal: unit 7830958 ience. Pn. 376-2608 for applica N. W. 36th Terr. 12 ps Same as 3 nr !

TO APPEAR 10 Aluminum Venetian blinds /iiT tion._ 33 LOTS FOR SALEBEAUTIFUL 39th Ave. OHer for $ o ordinary tp L
TO: ETHEL M. BRASINGTON Dated this 14 day of May. A.D. 1964. / 500. Phone
C-O Mr. Gary Hughes J. B. CARMICHAEL, Clerkof BY OWNE'R" 2t3. I 4 fine
LEADING Direct Sales 1 18 Pt.ordinary
Rural Roule 2 the Circuit Court wooded lot. 900 block type
has for full-time
opening =
man 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR. 2 tiled
Cope. South Carolina Emily Waterhouse -
By Of N.W. 22nd Str t. 110' xl55
You are hereby notified that suit for Deputy Clerk ager. Must have car phone, experience Also lot in Gwynn Oaks 200'x- bath wall.to-wall carpetin. cen
divorce has been flied against you by (Court Seal) L If I Ir in Direct Selling. No 18.' with view and privileges ating. built hen Pt's. I

,, Circuit JOHN J.Court BRASINGTON.of Alachua SR.County. in the in (3350) 5:IS write parl.es D. Comm.Cex. P.O For. Box interv 7471,I.Or.w of Clear La
Chancery and you arc required to serve lando. giving resume of past ex- LOTS drve: Ong cost 52.00 balance ,

a copy of your answer or pleading to perience._ 17330. Equity $ =
laid Complaint on the Plaintiffs at. WANTED experienced waitresses. Large lots overlooking beautif u I Incl taxes and I is. $143 per S =
P.O. Box 197 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Phone 372-9172. _. The Gainesville Sun will not be responsible for more ttan 1
torney. S. L, SCRUGGS. night shifts, apply in person. Lake Wauberg. __ino one =
Gainesville. Florida. and file the orlgInal FOR ALACHUA COUNTY.IN Larry's Restaurant 1125 W. Lots 1 BI from campus. near incorrect Inrtion. nor will I be lute: for any error In adver H

g in the office of the Clerk of the CHANCERY. Univ. Ave.OPPORTUNITY. Univ. P.O. Also: others. Ask: us 607 N.W. 1 19th Ave. tisement greater extent than the cost of the s-ace oc cccuS
Circuit Court. Gainesville. Florida on or about our 5 acre tracts lust a KfJS. the J'em La the dvert" N" adjustment: 1
Cons:der wi
before the 1st day of June. 1964; otherwise FRED BRYANT. CALLING few miles NW of town. Call features carefull 3 th BR* following 2 Bath the TdvertiMment. that do not materially effect the vlu 1

the allegations of said Complaintwill Plaintiff Great demand for T.V. advertised MARY MOELLER REALTOR Ocala brick horre Cen. heat ;

be taken as confessed of by you.A.D.. vs. Avon C 0 s m e tics. Turn spare 1019 W. Univ_FR 6-4471 family room, exceptional floe r 50 00
t Dated this 28th day April. BABY HELEN BRYANT time into money. Call Mrs. beauty kit. heavily shrded E 00
: NICELY wooded residential lot. plan The Gainesville Sun rese-ves the
1964. Defendant. Burns. FR 20421. corner lot. You cen buy with privilege of revIsing a-
-2Ob11 road NW of o
\ J. B. Carmichael NOTICE OF SUITIN 330x300. on paved cffi advertisenent w it deems
miles terms to please you for sir ic objectional and 10 ;
of the Circuit Court. CASHIER for local town. approximately i $1.50. of
t Clerk THE NAME OF THE STATE OF insurance clasiicati eny advertisement from that
from city limits. $3,000 cash or dered t. o@
Florida office 25-40
Alachua prefer
County. FLORIDA: age Apply ofrm policy ot the paper.
23 pet. down with up to 5 yrs. 3669 N W. '
_. By Cherrlee Hales Box 418-A. Game&vil: Sun. StatIng .
_- .. Deputy Clerk TO: Baby Helen Bryant experience & qualifications. ta f y. Cell 372-0331. __ R

I33lfl S:I. 15. 22. 29 719 Chimborayo Boulevard PLUS Button-front that transforms skirt Is the this magic one- COUNTER girl. Apply Park Lane FOR SALE 10 J 15r lot with well 16th Ave. I/UIJnuuulmmmllIUllmIJI PTOncfflflMnniniiflfflTOniHinif'

Richmond. Virginia piece playsuit into a patio, picnic, Cfetena 1212 N. Main St. No end 600 septic tank fenced. W* only ask that yO look of this

NOTICE TO CREDITORS after.tennis team. Choose stretch phone calls please._ Phone 372 1075 after 5:00 P.M. Brand new 3 2 Bath CB 35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sol.
You hereby notified that suit In or weekends.
are a
FLORIDA STATUTES cotton. ___ ho-re The iivtN floor
FOR Work in rl.n
COURT OF THE COUNTY equity has been brought against you Printed Pattern 9188 Misses' 'photo finishing lab. B" OWNER 3 large beautiful With family appeal toou. STUCCNT 2
IN THE : : Aoply Ro-Mo Color Lab, JI31 ro wi bro
BABY HELEN BRYANT, In the CIcruit sacrifici
JUDGE. ALACHUA COUNTY FLORIDA.IN Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit In and Sizes 10. 12. 14, 16, 18. 20. Size 16 W. Unlv Ave. wooded lots. Just outside city > Ten ,' an alrcdltion CCB he. S60 monthly payments. 3 BR home
PROBATE. playsuit skirt 4H yards 35-Inch limits. NIce: residential area ing Built-In ap l. and washing mach buy our equity at sacrifiCe. Musts
for Alachua County. Florida and
IN RE: ESTATE OF you fabric. I'beral! te-rrs. Also: 16 acre gobS of cabinets Half acre landscaped 19 minutes from Univ., few to appreciate. Call 3720064.CENTRAL .
I HAZEL T. MORGAN are hereby summoned. ordered and required FIFTY CENTS In coins for this 12 Mole Help Wonted trac with 3 acre private lake. lot. And much more for blocks to grade Ig lot.
to file written Answer or de so.
Deceased I your pattern add 15 cents for each ( ""r. FR 2-8 3 $23.5CO Terms to suit. $7500. 4117 N.W. FR 2- AIR CONDITIOING
To All Creditors and Persons HavinoI fenses to the Complaint filed herein I pattern for first
Demands Against: Said Estate: against you in the above entitled cause. special handling. Send to Marian permanent position salary open. A :
I Claims or 34 Waterfront Property compete home Wall-to-wall
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Box 790. Lake City. Fla. UNIVERSITYREALTY
You and each of you are hereby noti-. Court in and for Alacnua County. Florida Martin. Gainesville Sun Pattern carpets. draperies., central air
.tied and required to present any claims at his office in the Court House In Gaines Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York MEN LOOKING FOR FUTUREin Bt-AUTIF-UL 101 o the Suwannee FREDARNOLD condltonlng.: fenced rear yard.

and demands which you. or either cl you. ville. Florida. on or before the 1st day of 11. N.Y. Print plainly NAME, AD- the insurance business. Must River at Rock Bluff. Call 376- Quality Chambers gas

may have against the estate of Hazel T. June. 1964 and to serve a copy of sue*I DRESS with ZONE, SIZE and be between the ages of 25 to SO 6160. range and ho. Use of ov.n,
Morgan. deceased late of said County.to STYLE NUMBER. to qualify. Guaranteed starting well pump keep lawn and
Answer defenses Bates & Jones,.
of Alachua County or upon YOUR FREE PATTERN IS ON THE GULF 1115 N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W shrubs In
the County Judge salary. Call FR 27167 or FR present luscious condition
.. whose address is Post Office Box 396. 11 I
Florida. at his office In 'the court houseof READY choose It from 250 design 22153 for Interview. M Munroe, Realtor Vanities laundry sink In
(Vest University Avenue Gainesville,,, Cedar Shores
Florida Ideas Key S. E. Frank
said County at Gainesville in new SPRING- McLaughln. connecting utility room. Large
within six calendar months from the time Florida. on or before said date as required SUMMER Pattern Catalog. lust IMMEDIATE opening for sta.lon I Rob. Roy McCan Doug- separate dining

of the first publication of this notice. by the laws of Florida and the out! Dresses. sportswear, coats. manager trainee. Salary p I us & Other Properties las. Jr._ REALTORLittlewood lvin. :. Thre room large tedrooms.

: _:Eacji claim or demand shall be In writIng 1954 Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, more! Send 50 cents now. commissIon. free group insure David AndrewsCedar VCRY NICE 5 room house. Has Hugh Edwards Inc. 3721551.
/ IInd shair state the place of resl"dence If you fall to do so. a Decree Pro Con- ance. paid vacation & other company oak parqtet patio with '
office address of the will be entered for the benefits good opportunityfor Key 3841 foor. $450 DWN
.. and post fesso against you end water.fall; 3 bedrooms
to by the in the Complaint.You advancement for right man. tuteue. and 2 baths central
sworn relief demanded
._ ......eia1ment..ari&shal1.be\ and shopping -
1_ .claimant.Jis agent. or his attorney and are further notified that thenatureof Age limit 25 to 50. Apply 1025 WINFRED H. CRAWFORD te- schol heat screened porch and large
Only Call in
... ? _-_any.such claim. or demand not so filed said suit Is for a divorce A VinculaMatnmonli. N. Main St.SALESMAN. ._ Reg Broker I oecalfzino in Melrose. $10,40. 4751 Westwood SchoolsThis family seeped with room, back Eeutfu.ly; It J.

.. shall' be void. !. salary allow- LAKE PROPERTIESACRE. yard fenced
CAMPBELL AGE. 3 No. of Melrose WHY PAY 1969 "Parade of Homes" near schools and shopping. $15C.8
The name of the Court In which this ance and commission. Age 25 to RENT
GR New horres, $7,500 rtou!e has a family room overlooking 611 N. W. 34th Drive. Call
As administratrix of the Estate tile an/
suit has been Instituted Is Circuit Court., 45 preferred. Phone FR 22533. broom time
Of HAZEL T. ?M.ORGAN Eighth Judicial Circuit. Alachua County, LIKE GENEVA, contemporary 3b1ro. bath $65 per men on an e"cose patio. central -
ASSISTANT grill man wanted. S. E. 45th Also air ; 3 bedrooms Ralph Realtor
deceased Florida, and the abbreviated title of this 2 nearly new. Terrlc. ceditonng
1. 1t6.f f Good salary. Apply in person bth. -Ins. FR 22372 end 2 : FOSSEY
First publication May case is Fred Bryant Plaintiffvs- Baby be a m e d Cal $22c.
Wonderhouse Restaurant. 14 Ask to see this new
Clara Floyd Gehan Helen Bryant Defendant. ceIling throughout WESTWCOD LITTLEAOOD Dick Roblnson.Atsoclate
SW. 1st St. Behind Sears. this desiraole area.
11 West University Avenue IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that this Large screened patio. Walking distance to scho'ls 3ER. Ph. 37.13.
Gainesville Florida Notice shall be published once a week for CLASSIFIEDDIor WANTED one bus-boy. Apply Work shcp, carport 2 acres. 2 baths hOle 11 W. Ave
Attorney for Administratrix four (4) consecutive weeks In The Gaines- in person between 10:01 and white sandy beach. $2.5. Mel- Ha:grits. Study hardwood floors, Family Size HomeWith "Selling Florida Since 1906

: '3306\ 5:1, 8. 15. 22 ville Daily Sun a newspaper publishedin 12:C8 A.M. to the head waitress rose GR 5-5661 built-m rarge & oven. Cent.
Gainesville, Florida. and having a gen Hotel Thomas. 615 N.E. 2nd St. heat. Shaded back yard. Call apartment size payments. MCKINNEY
In Alachua Florida CBS HOME 3 BR. 2 bath LR. DR 3760B62 Northwest location 3 bedrooms.
CREDITORS eral circulation County. -
NOTICE TO T.V. TECHNICIAN Parttimeor large Fla. room 8. util. Rm. on 2 baths and family room $17.

FLORIDA STATUTES COUNTY WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the saic I full time. For appointment extra large lot. Keystone Lake. FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section 600 Payments of $107 per month GREEN
IN THE COURT OF THE Alachua call 2.7326 between f.00 and 5:00 2 blocks to business dist.. close 3 bedroom. 2 tile baths. Include taxes and insurance. Immediate
JUDGE.. ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA Circuit Court J. of B. Carmichael County, Florida, weekdays._ to school. churches. Total price built.In appliances double car.port. occupancy. DEATONREALTORS

IN PROBATE.IN paved stret connected to
RE.ESTATE OF C crx of tM Cir.:vt; Cacrt $21,0. terms. By owner. phone
sewer. Small don payment.
Marian E. Schmidt Alachua County FloridaBy DEBIT.SALESMAN for welt established Days phone After 6
Deceased. local Insurance Co. 3!' Waterfront lot with house for P.M. 37-3826 2 baths J. J. Finley
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS : Cherriee Hales Excellent commission opportu- sale. At Suwannee Florida. See 37tr477
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Deputy Clerk nltles and benefits. 3724171. D. E. Johnson, Suwannee. Fla FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious hardwood foors. a study all situated I VQU have a "roe family ciii
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: (Court Seal) 376-4672 3 BR, 2 bath. Fla. Rm.. closeto on large landscaped want p'rniry of rr'oiflIt n .
You and each of you are hereby notified I (3311) 3:1, 8. 15. 22CALL MANAGER Tainees needed, age AIR CONDITIONED, gas heat school Litt'ewood and wooded lot. $700 h". w'fl! *ene yt.i 4
2150. steac'v employment fringe furnished 2 bedroom down to qualified FHA r .w1 r
and required to present any completely $24, :e .pay. b P. 2 b-th Ft.. R f-
which either benefits apply Jackson's Mlnit house on Cowpen Lake. miles rrent 920 moves your family In I-le't I1f. !
claims and demands you. or 2 NW 37th Ter. Phone 'ly lo"o" wl'.n 3b'
Market. 1234 NW. 16th Ave. East of Gainesville $3.600. comfortable "1 r 1st ocraf of "' of
of you. may have against the estateof FOR BIDS 372.573. homes. I tie school PavedsVrets
deceased late train route salesmen Terms available. Phone FR 6 ee .
Marian E. Schmidt, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSeated MEN to as !rtifiil shld-
of said County. to the County Judge of bids will be received by The Cityof Announcements Guaranteed salary while training.All 3672._ ACCENT ON VALUE This property Is In e--. .nt rv
Florida. at his officeIn : benefits. Paid vacations Stop! Lookl You would be pie a- Lakefront d'ticn Priced .
4 Alachua County Gainesville. Florida at the Utilities company OfBLOCK: FROM LAKE GENEVA ed Beauty under 17.1 Ca
the court house of said County at Operation Center Auditorium. 555 SE Insurances. Apply In person among beautiful trees 2 and delipVed with this v.9lcted be FHA flnonred with' dwn
Gainesville Florida. within six calen- to Borden's Dairy 2420 NE 3 BR 2 bath quality Pried at only S2o. This 4 b t Let
Fifth Avenue, Gainesville Florida up un BR stucco home, large living ", I'S th-w you
dar months from the time of the first til 2:00 P.M., May 21, 1964 at which 3 LOST & FOUND 19th Dr.. Gainesville. room with treolpce. sumr-er hoe in Mason Manor-a much roor. 2 bath is this fIn. oro1** be'ore you
cc el neghborhood-cntraI; heat beautiful Lake Santa Fe lot and
notice. Each clamor buy Call
this FR
of 23417
publication all bids received will be sleeping 144.
time and place x
CARPENTER with own tools. rO -window I
air condItion-lots! of is right In Melrose Nan-f n er
demand shall be In writing. and publicly opened and read aloud for fur- LOST male Siamese: kitten, 5 rix>. Phone 372-0481 for interview to settle an estate. Make
$10.00 It Gainesville
would and to
shall state the place of residence and fishing all labor and materials for constructing old. vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th pay you to see non-nearer Good ValueYou
ths: home before Live at the lake and relax I
post office address of the claimant and Ave. Phone 6-0601 after 5:00 you buv-

shall be sworn to by the claimant his "FIRE STATION NUMBER FOUR. P.M. 13-Help Male or Female LITTLE LAKE SANTA fur. I Resonably priced-Come by 2620 wlf find In this 3 H.R. I bath

agent or attorney and any such claimor CITY OF GAINESVILLE. -FLORIDA" r'shed home, 3 ER guest r hn-.se. N.W. IQlh Avenue. FR 27561 In the Northwest area.
demand not so filed shall be void. specified time FOUND Black & tan female pup- 100% GUARANTEELarge r BR, CB ARNOLDREALTY Only $40000 down end $38.00
Any bid received after the py. 304 NW 35th Street. Phone garage utility room dock 210 city water, lot ;o x 140. a
DORIS executrix T. SCHMIDTAs of the Last Will and date will not be considered.The 3729684. convenient type grocery many trees. $18,500. paved street down payment $200 month Call FR 2.317.
Chain needs husband and wife and $50 monfilv. |mrre3 occupancy. COMPANY
and Testament of bidder. If awarded the contract shall LOST: Woman's gold wrist watch. team to Manage convenient type LAKE CHIoco lot lOOx 250 In Locate near bus line and Multiple Listing Member Littlewood

Marian E. Schmidt. deceased within ten consecutive calendar days Vicinity of Pancake House. Phone Grocery In Gainesville. Cast Interlachen city water 70 of rhea Sch*', 1114 N' 1219 W Univ. Ave.
First publication May 8, 1964. after written notice being given of such FR 2-8761. Bond required. Call 376-9264. hwy. No. 20 Price $1.750 37th Ave. See I and phone 3767170 Associates 372.352 Here is the fwu'e t*.f v
Clara Floyd Gehan award enter Into a written contract with jane Caldwell F. W. Hedge yn"r ne-. It "., t". I iir-t!(nri -
11 West University Avenue the Owner. In accordance with the ac, 4 PERSONALIZED! SERVICE WANTED lady or couple to live JAMES H. McEACHERN. Jim Sheppard Bob Kalkman "ht bv the '. It *'\ 3 B.R
Gainesville. Florida cepted bid and give a contract bond satis- inand do cooking & light Realtor LAST OPPORTUNITY Charlie Greene 2 b iths, F\f\ room K' -hen
Attorney for Executrix factory to the Owner In an amount equalto housework for elderly man. K.ystn Hts. 473.4186 3 end* unit U. of F. Flavet type Mayo Jimmy b,.*VfiiCentral f..-t, con Is

(333S 5:1. 15. 22. 29 one hundred per cent of the contract LEARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Call 376-4150._ Ap buildings. Ideal for lakeP pr'r--l rlnhf e"'v $14.'" I C"n

price. The cost of>> the bond shall be Included to nervous; or elderly. PLACEMENT SERVICE 35 Houses for Sale ace or inexpensive rente's LAKE FRONT IFU, 'fl".n-1 Ore vr e'*
as a part of the Bidder's base bid Easy Way Driving School FR Office Professional Must ta moved from University r'-'-e* h.v. l le'. town "r- n-f
.-J- proposal.No 1 7007 Lie by State of Fla. Technical property by June 15 BEST '.'!. Yr jthowM _*-".***
OFFER. Ph. FR EstateFor b
College GraduatesFor FOR Sale or trade. New 4 BR. fore you buy C"" FR 2,3617
bidder may withdraw his bid for a 6 SPECIAL! NOTICES appt. call 372-6377 home located Westmoreland BY OWNER Mason Manor 3 BR,
period of thirty days after the date set 10-1200 A.M. 2-4:00 P.M. Estates. On I paved 2 bath cen heat. built-in kit. ASSOCIATES
DON'TTELLAEIDON'T for the opening. Each bid must be submitted Monday through Friday St 2 sewers huge screen porch. paved dead. the discriminating home buyer J. Fre Guy Ja '-e Pt.--'."
SELUNG GUI Ig Rms., Ig. .family
In strict accordance with the Proposal bat that wants the of Col W.
end street. advantage Davis R. JMultioV "e
PERSONNEL CENTER shaded lot, .
Rm. & Rm.. reason.ebly W.I
All stock. cash & Grocer. dining area.
Form, fully completed. which Proposal carry. the country and the conveniences I '.--
102 NW 2nd Avenue FR 22378
Form will be shown in the specifi les paints. drugs. tackle etc. Central hut built-m kitchen including of the city this is the home for -
cations. at discount. Cross Creek Trad- Exp. secretaries. salary open dishwasher. 2 courtyards you. Custom des;gned and built ( 'Iryc C.-
KNOW .. Ing Post. phone 4812697. Cashler-host, attractive walk to schools close to for the large wooded lot overlooking If you h.vl eof'-'ere-f f-e lm' ry
All work shall be done In accordance TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former.Iy White houseneeper. $25 wk. U of F & m dicl center FHA I the water you will love are of MlywIH' n a cia

with plans specifications. and contract Dex-A.Diet). New name. Bookkeeper salary open $27. payment S1.10 the foyer. the spacious living ho-re loe- '.,* "wc's c hre I
documents relative thereto which may same formula only fa cents Ca- Exp. Waitres salary & comm. occupancy. room wth: fireplace roomy kitchen cen honestly re-o.rwn .
be examined at the office of Myrl Hanes nova's Drug Store. 37 N. MainSt. Exp. mechanics 1027 NW 40th Drive. Call Butler HANDSOME traditional residence including range. refrigerator I Associates, 201 NW Tenth Avenue. Store trainee hi schl. grad. Brothers. 372.95 dally. 316-90 one of the most dish washer and deep FHA apora' ers h r ...

Gainesville Florida. One set of such __ Off. trainee hi schl. grad. night. Gainesville Space design cus- freezer separate dining ro rooms family roar, ,'*- .-*.

plans and contract documents and formsfor IN GAINESVILLE. if* Tree surgeon. foreman U hr. FOR SALE by owner modern 3 to-n details and special quality lovely bedrooms 2'r* built.in rarK-e and oven See Itt!
bidding may be secured by General GDI'S PHARMACY Auto salesman Exp. bedroom house in Carol Estates. throughout for the discriminating a 12x45 front screened porch. Call 372539XOn
Contractors from this office by depositing 116 Central Plaza Short order 9rill man Furnished buyer.SLIGHTLY The 2098 sq. ft. of living area
therewith the sum of Twenty-Five Dollars (next to Winn-Dixie) Insurance trainee $100 wk. : Gl loan or unfurnished refinance.: Assume suburban Several most is centrally heated and air conditioned of the best buys we have at

($25.00)). This deposit wilt be refunded For prescriptions & cosmetics Route salesman Levy Co. offer. Call or Bet attractive three bedroom, two by 3 A-C units. An added this time is a lov 'y r-OTe on

upon submission of a bona fide bid I.D.L. DRUGSTORE_ CONNELL EMPLOY. AGY. 316-14 bath houses. each with large feature Is the University a smell acre'qe, lots of pre/ cy

and return of the plans and contract DUE to divorce I have a like new 120 SE 1st Ave. NEAR SCHOOLS. Attractive redwood family room, well kept lot and tested 19 man bomo shelter Located and JunIor' cn have a pray

documents In good condition on the date 1964 model Zig 'Zag, Automatic _Phone 376-8234_ fenced yard 3 bedroo m paved street. Prices range from lust outside the city limits Plenty of room for a ar I n g
set for opening of the bids. Additionalsets sewing machine that does ev HOUSEWIVES and students ambitious home In new condition. 1206 N.E. S15.O. to this Is an exceptional buy. famIly or many vlsitina relatives

: requested for purposes ether than erything. we would like someone earn extra money no 16th P1.DUPLEX.. p I S20.O.: On Cowpen CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS Unique In constructionwith

the submission of a bid will be furnishedat to take up payments of $6.00 car needed your own hours. Downtown Income prop lake furniShed. two S3800 a beeutiful view from e>ch

the actual cost of duplication but with- per mOo Small balance. Ph. 372- Call Barry 376-8968 I to 12. erty. Priced at $6500 .00; on Lake bdrooms., floor to ce'ling window. The
out refund. 2051. HISTORIC WINDSOR Parcels 3 able three bedroom, deluxe I you are looking for a fine INCOME HOUSE Is vacant, ready for you

REAPS Wanted to 29 acres 520 to $400 per. kitchen extra deep lot. 18. PROPERTY call us to ti rro"e r'oht In And we ire
Bidder's qualifications must be satisfactory ATTENTION 14-Sales Help acre with 030: Lake Serena exceptional. see this 3 bedroom home withan mc wily office with a key Call

to the v-wer. Nicks Shoe Repair & Hat Shop, HOME AND INCOME. 5 bedroom residence: : and other attached 2 bedroom apt. Both 3725393.A .
609 W. Univ. will close May 15th PART-TIME service route for arr- home In excellent location for ings, 335 feet lake bl'd, corrpletelfurnished and only
The Owner reserves the right to ttlect to Sept. Pick-up all re p a I r bltious. reliable resident of AI..- roan rentals. $14,000 with terms. 51130. Apt. is rented for $70.M addres and lust what
with and $25.5.EXCELENT gO
any or all bids. work. chua County phone per wanting. A three
selection of lovely mth. b"
C&aintsuiUt Sun BY: HOWARD McKINNEYMayorCommissioner NOT DIVORCED and I have car. Fuller Brush Company. ALACHUAREALTY. an acre in restricted bedroom, to brth horre |lust:
a phone 27117.OPPORTUNITY.
REDUCED Beautiful lot in
of University.
ares good for split level house Wet
new 1964 model automaticZig
.City of Gainesville KNOCKS! In Black Acres near UniversityGolf -in kitchen cool
'!309) 5:1. 3 I.JJMIS. 1? Zag Sewing Machine that 57,50. WestO Little- Course now only dritonmg pus: a fireplace on
does everything We would like You've read about fabulous Village area al I"pverents. 120. fO
I I someone to take up payments of Green. Now..help sell ItI! $'.SC. Smai COS: tci cO evenfigs Lov'V large
$553 per month. total price Excellent earning opportunity for Associates $,90 many others all JOHN MERRILL lot enoi"h. for your 4wm-!
$5450. 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6- licensed: Real Estate salesman. Aria T. Smith, Realtor mlng pool. CHI us at 172538

1t7$. Al:ei Dorman. sales manager. M.tel Gore Associate J. W. KIRKPATRICK REALTORMULTIPLE to see It.GLADYS.
Inc. 3721551 63; N.E. 1st St. 3762448N Realtor

natural 8 Baby Sitters. Child Cart 2 Hugh Automobile Edwards salesmen. Experience .W. Section. 3 Br. 2 baths large. 31 N.Member Min Multiple Phone Listing FR PHONE LISTING Associates: SMITH Realtor

gas not necessary.. Rldgeway MotorCo carport and utility. Paved street. ASSOCIATES: 24 3U'ASSCIATES Ben Griffin Anna Hmson
excellent condition
TINY 1132 S. Main Street FR 2-t433 curbing.rear Terrace well landscaped. Floye Mathiesen Irene Bunnell Caroline Noyes Florence Burn
Reasonable 3725756 A Capf.. USN. Re. Multiple Listing Member
16 Work Wanted Female ---- -- -- -
-- PLAY SCHOOL BR 2 bath house for sale. Total

:: COOKS BEST Visit us and see for yourself. STUDENT stenographers available : cost $11,500 Call FR 2-3 t IJV THE

24 SE 8th St. FR 4-78M. will work by the hour Howeit'sBusiness 2300 sq. ft. of luxury living 4
College. 218 W. Univ. bedrooms & AC.
CH CompleteGE
PLANNED program awaits your Ave Ph. 376-3507 kl'chen. 2 yrs o:d. ,
pre-school youngster at JACK S1.S.
Ji' .":" GAS & JILL NURSERY SCHOOL. Fl,, -'e terms. FR tr3S. 2 l
: : GENIE SAYS : WITH AN Music programs. educational 17 Work Wanted Male NW 53th St.

film-strips. 7;45-1:15. Mon.-FrLi FHA House for sa'e NE section
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR a-3900. WANT |ob as practical nurse or at appraisal value of $'0030.S330 -
AUTOMATIC GAS co-rpcnon.; Call! FR 6-6319 down paynre.t. lew mcr'Vly
Child Care
in my home. Fenced
RETIRED BOOKKEEPER desires OVretS 3 BR. 1 bth ear- .
yard. Reasonable rates. Good
references. Phone 372.3711 few part-time bookkeeping: acCounts lare s'orsse. CI after
FR 6-4774
to keep. Call Mr. Der- 6:0:

; KIDDIE KORT mody, 473-4500 in KeystoneHe FOR only $450 down. $91.27 per SUN

: ROPER RANGE guts. Can give references. rronth payrrents. you can Qualify -
Child care center FR 2-6667 NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA
WORK WANTED all around for 4 BR, 2 bath home IBM
NW 38th Te'r. Will paint inside
EXCELLENT care for Infant or presser. full time lob. Phone 372-
child In my home. References. 7874. & outside completely. Foeepot..
Phone FR 684tEmployment. to see call 372-C4C1 BOATS MOTORS

18 Schools & Instructions SACRIFICE $2400 equity for 5700 _ 6_ _ BOATS & MOTORS OUTDOOR RECREATION
c-sK Tctal cost only! $1M7.

Modern 3 BR, IV* b horre. WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76'. h 24"

Real Estate Exam Near schoo's.! ., e ec. HUNTER FiberglasS Fish c? 12 Pl tsht boats. HOOD-SPir GRILL
csnd. and drapes.Na FRANK MTORpdoUed'
r.c.e. air Boat by $1099
: ....,. 11 FEMALE HELP WANTED ATTEND First lesson free. Kialifynt9 1432 NE 14th Tar. PHIl YEAR SERVICE STORES


;: : Earn up to 55 per hour tferrrn-- I 6-3507. 3723727. bedroom separate d:AREA r-g ro. The Heart O East Gainesville"
.0- strating famous Studio Ctrl FRANK Check with Charlie
r. f Large secluded screened porch.Fireplece PHILPOTS
oi .. Cosmetics. Full or Part Time. MEN & women IS to 55 to train for lovely yard welkl SPORT FR 21791.ALACHUA LIst' ef Classifications to thom

Phone 376-4336 after 6. CIVIL SERVICE dls'ance to University. Home of HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ _ from

J :t BE A FASHION Examinations.name. address For & Informationsend Phone No. 9757. Fishing Boats.

-=---: __ 0 0 0 0 0 SHOW DIRECTOR Key Training Service 112 W. HOUSE WITH PERSONALITY for COUNT'Sere
BR, Quality ON'Y Sklt Sw".DIn
/ Adams St.. Jacksonville. sa e t owner. Lg. 3 2 SIS IUlr.
NO delivering or coUeding, car _
bah r :e. Has Rm. LlvIrxi JOHNCCNR22i
necessary. Connie Robbins. FR PRIVATE tutoring -Jr.. High. Rr.. imide Patio Garce W' 14h Ave SEA HORSMOTORS Fishing Equipment.
6-1968 after 6:30 p.m. and first yr.. Col. Expene- ed large parch or FR i-ltt
-f _ wl i kIt SALES AND SERVICE Safety Items.
reas. rates. call
qualified tutor !
: eevral Feet
"SA.RAH COVENTRY"UNDER after 5:00 372-6276. c'e: extra plus larce M Thru FrL 5-6 p.m. Sat. 96 I Lone Star Boats. Orlando Clipper

new management. Open- SHORTHA3Secretarial r-n.to' fetes, Cur nt Boat! Ski suple Sailing ,rigs.BAIRD'S Golfing Equipment
to IpIED: WRITING Desrlblt
ings for fashion directors. Part 5Sth St. Call MAR'NE
561 NW.
: time or full time. For appointment Courses. Ctasses now Estate COI S. MAIN Tennis Equipment.
forming. Howeirs Business Col- 2-5 ST.
call -372 7049.
RETURN HOME YOUR lag.. 218 W. Unhr. Ave. FR 6- FOR sale or trade. Furnished IrUl Baseball faI ent.
C HELP turn your spare time Into 3507. bedroom CCB.
-- MEAL WILL money. No soliciting or deliver SWIMMING POOLS Where t.
BE COOKED floors car
ing. Adjust your own workinghrs. SPEEDWRITING Shorthand typ- bet "Ito N.W. loca Sim 'Want Ads
call Ino-Bookkeeping Hawetrs Business "
For appointment p
Near and shoppIngcenter.
AUTOMATICALLY' College, 211 W. Univ. Ave.
372-7049 FR -35C1. Will consider late model BE CAREFREE Plus many -l more.Get

car large beat In trad*. (

CALL \ 28 Livestock tr Supplies Phone o Enjoy| a clean and healthy
Supplies d
4 UPHOLSTERY WANT AN EcflNflMltALL Y I BEDROOM 1 bath CCB t service Monthly d.aln

PRICED FEED? Then try CPA 1 Met Manor (Kla FR 23343 SJA VICE DIRECTORY
.. ,...II' =* too ouaKty workmanship Cooperative Mills 16 per ceitProdue'len rl pyf Phone H J31
-ail D !iry, part pclle'e-t FR 2W3 -' days

:''" u 0 I n :i: 5 V ; I : Ac. -". ., .. 372-6142 ttsuited. fc' fee4'r.g -*, t'.*r 4:M P-n.*! w .. -- -
to' M."
.. !
G 'ecal
H J : ure. 5 onlY.
U nr.a.. .. GAINESVILLE DtE NEW -3 BR. 2 B'th. LC the
7" I I I UPHOLSTERY Phone FMX FR GJneivile M095 III or 461.2105.Alachua.' U.R.In .kitchen with flrepfcce.enclosed D.R.patio.built!2 MR. MERCHANT: To place your ad in

1588 NW. Dm 8?. REG. Holstein heifer 23- ;;;;;. ear carport central air-cord.
237 W. Unir. Are. Phone FR 2-6391 I Free Estimates-PICK OP and old with 1st heifer calf. TB and heating. Near sls Fun iJ the Sun section PHONE 372-8441
salivary. a. Bang tested. IW FR s3826r Priced sell.. 3X3 13

,, 1-8M4.. Ave. T.. 2s

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Gainesville! Sun Friday. May 15. 1V64S \

45 Furnished Apts. 1 I 45 Furnished Aptt. 1 1i I 46 Unfurnished Apt*. 48 HousesTor Rent Unfurn.

35 Houses For Sail I .
S CLASSIFICATION 'ONE-1 BR.turn apt. with private conditioned Phone A. E. Harp NEW 1 BR duplex apt., KItchen 3 BR house at 1311 NE UttiTerr.
FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious ent. Also a 2 BR apt with air FR 6-5576. equipped. $40 per month on a Stove & refrigerator. $115 per I

3 BR 2 bath, Fla. Rrru, close :'! THE TIME IS NOW. I'I'Do I'I conditioner. Walking dist.. to L/RGE 3 BR, IVj bath. Ig. living I years 374-7327 lease.evenings.Ph. 374-8372 days. mo.Realty.Phone FR 6-2472 We-emait

'ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE II to school. Littlewood Estates. $24- town. Call FR 25514. rm. dining rm. combination.
1 la Memoriaeh 500. Reasonable: down paywen Price $75 per mo. Water furn. 1 BR. duplex* kltch equip. Newly
.1 TkanksS <1 Wanted U Itue 920 NW 37th Ter.' Phone 3725733. I FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per Call 3722907. redecorated. $SO month. Couples
E S Card
F- V L..t A Famn4 Hmckinrry, Te... t Jno). Water and lights furn. Call I only. 21 NE 13th St.. FR 2-0374.
S3 g FR 21823 or FR 23794.2BR. 2 BR furnished apart. with porch. -
g. 4 Persoaalised Services BuIlding Materials UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom duI I

S Travel Inform**tl*. CS.4 H...th.ld G..
Notieei Altaic month. FR 22372.
Special pets. 311 S E. 8th St. Phone FR mo.
IE .8 Misc. Far Sal t
7 Florist
Siller Ckl'd Car. 11 TradIng P. UC8 6-8961. 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & LARGE modern 1 BR apt. Kitchen .
Baby SUBURBANSuburban Or House to Rent? I furnished child welcome. ,
Places T* Ga And Articles Wanted NICELY furnished convenient clean. For married couples on I WEST VILLA
Thin** Ta SeaI.UTOMOTIVE II Fad Oil W.... I living, C.B. 3 Br.. 3 acres downtown area. $75. Also garage ly. Adults no pets. Rent rea I $40 per mo. See at 1807 NW '>

:. B* U Marine E.Ip. land. $12,600.00, call Mary Moeh apt. air conditioned. $90 Adults sonable. Call 3767844. 6th St. I N.W. 16th Ave.

I 11 Camp Hunt FUk ler only .'so pets. Inquire Lillian's EFFICIENCY apt., private entrance
7: Office Etaipme. rental COSTS Music Sbore.PRIVATE. 47 Houses for Rent Furn. i
I :. Airplan Sal *-RentaUTI I REMEMBER-A vacancy & bam. Lights & hot water >
p. Mobil Home for galaS U Musical Merchandise E CONTEMPORARYAngewood. furnished. Summer student 1 & 37thst. I:
newly close
.... preferred. Ph. FR 6-5824. -
.- Truck far Wanted Sal : SW corner lot. 3 Br. I I YOU MORE than the ad that will rentHere's in. 3 rooms and bath. Hot and ON LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom.
19 Tracks water furnished. Off 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 2 bath CB. Dbl garage, Fla. large Florida room. month or II [
M Tractor* A. Track Rentals | 1 1 BR 2-2 BR 503
room. cent heat. 2.000 sq ft living parking. pets. 15 S street'l apt. apts. year. Mathewson Manor. C a II TERMSWalter
MS Trailer Rentals Place. NE 4th Ave. I I
E"' KS MaUrryeles A !Kraeters! U Lets far Sale = area. Immediate occupancy. it ": GR 5-2530.

Aat....bil. Repalra SI Waterfrent. Property g call Mary MoellerINVESTMENT I CLEAN 4 room apartment. Closeto 2 ROOM one bath, garage apart. 2 BR nice lot.. fenced. $90 per
AnUmabiles far 8al U Houses ...r Bale s shopping. 609 N.E. 6th St. ment. very quiet neighborhood: mo. 1 BR near campus $75 perU
fII Swap CarsEDUCATIONAL 36 ClUCrs F., Sal = I Phone FR 2-1391. $45 per month. suitable for one person or cou I. mo. Frank Roby at FR 4-2937 Stubbs Inc.

37 Real Estate Exchanged =: what your Vacancy COSTS YOU FURNISHED apt.,. Ig. LF, kitchen. ple. Call FR 6-1730. or 2-4351. ,
3X Keal EtUU Wiated Income prop. near U.of F. campus
bath private entrance. Ill NW TWO bedroom furnished apt. : FOR RENT: 2 BR house rur. !;
S, Ont .1 Twn = for sale or lease. sutoNe for
It Sek..U P A iBitraetUa Business Prepemei frvpcrt40 = small shops. will build to suit EVERY DAY until it is rented : 2lst 6-6112.St. FR 6-7441 or after 6, FR Hospital.near Univ.Ph.&FR Alachua 6-7955 General Gaines I nished.5-5743 after 20 SE 5:30 48th p.m.St. Call GR ,; "We Trade H.uses"
19 Maslc. 'r.e\llc. 41 tenants. Investigate this offer.
Residential Ucm
g !
ville or write R. T. Stroud P. O.
._ :tO Wanted-lastraetiaa Call Mary Moeller.INVESTMENT. BR. living large patio.
4t Farms ft Acreage s 1 room Box 365. St. Augustine. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2014 S.E. II
walk-in closets large built in 21st St. House
43 Colored Property Rentals = 2nd Place. Corner
EMPLOYMENT 43-1 Colored Property Sales g IF RENT IS: YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS : kitchen. Phone FR 2-3826. 1 BR. furnished apt, water fur. Inished. I open. Call FR 4-4230. -

.. 4123 NW 12th Tedr., $40
II Work Wanted Ma! --
,. W.rk Wanted Fenala Appr. 300 x 300 comprising 2-3 2 MATURE gentlemen. students. I[ per rro. Call or 3762930ask i 3 BR. 2 Bath Fla. Rm. Furnished
It RENTALS | $1.33 Private downstairs efficiency. rent. $125
$40 per per day Home for per
It Sales Help Wanted Br. 1 bath homes at 72S & 804 mq Reasonable. Phone 2-4054. for Mr. Haynes. month. Call 4-6853 from 10:00 I
N.W. 16 Ave. Drive past & call
II -Mai* *r' FemalaI 1
Help 41 C.Uacn F.r Bent
: Male Help Wanted 41 Furnished Apti. = Mary Moeller $50 per $1.66 per day BEAUTIFULLY furnished. air conditioned j EAST SIDE A.M. to 6:00 P.M. i
Dramatic 1 bedroom apt. Acr 0 s s FURNISHED :3 bedroom home. ( HOME
E 4( Unfurnished Apt.. g
1;.. II Femal Help Wanted 47 Monies fee Bent Fnrn. = street from Norman Hall. Very GARDENAPARTMENTS Clean nice neighborhood. $105
48 Houses for Bent Cnfurn MARY $55 per $1.83 per day large rooms 2 closets in bedroom. Mo. 1732 N.E. 21st Place. Ph. i
= I
Immaculate condition. Permanent 374-4873. 4-4402 McDonald.
FARMS & LIVESTOCK 4* Eoemk fee Bent =
tenants desired. No children or BUYERS
it .':.r_ Equipment 80 Hlel BM>BSSI = $60 per $2.00 per day pets. Rent $90 month Apply 1127 $57 per month upGainesville's COMPLETELY furnished home. I I

%7 Feed A. Fertilizer Misc. Rentals g MOELLER S.W. 5th Ave. or call FR 2-8616. Finest 3 or 4 bedrooms. AvailableJune
III LlTcstack A Supplies 51* Wanted Te Bent = $2.16 1st. $150. Phone FR
Landseaplnf Tp Sell 5* Boarder Wanted = $65 per per day NICE 1 BR furnished apt. Private Furnished or unfurnished 4241. 6-1 I GUIDEby

30 Peta A Supplies S3 Office Desk Space g bath & entrance. Hot & cold Lovely 1 and .2 bedroom apart- 2 STORY 3 bedroom. 2 bath fur-
:II UvesUek WantedFINANCIAL 51 Busmen B"D&aJa = REALTOR $70 per $2.33 per day water furnished. $50 per mo. ment. 309 NE 9th St. Phone 374- nished house. 1005 SW 13th St.
Phone 2-9704 or 21995.
9608. The James Co.
l $125 per month. Phone FR 6-

SERVICE IS3 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471 $75 per $2.50 per day NEW FURNISHED :3-ROOM CLEAN 1 BR apt. furnished, large _347JL
_' M Business Opportunities Special ServicesSI = Mult:pie Listing Member DUPLEX APARTMENT rooms. garage. water furnished house, no pets. The James Co. of Gainies-
g. SI Meae I* Laa : Home Improvement SSt Nicest in town. Good: location. quiet location. NW fUrniShl'd'1 26R SW Archer yule, Inc. Builders of K1nvs-
3037 :
i $8 ...ncac.. Radl. at TV Service g $80 per $2.66 per day on bus line. Couples only. No pets. Call 374-7725. $70 Rd. per FR 2-5633.mo. I berry Homes for this area will
iS9: Money Wanted1b1ulluIlimllmrnilh1fflilHfltHmILnnnnmn1wflmF :::1 Appliance F..llare1WI1lldJllll1UJ1UJUWlllu.8IUJDIDllillIlJUllUJlrf= pets. be happy to answer any questions -
PARRISHPRESENTS $40 Month 1 BR. 172AVj NW. 8th St.. MS SW.l4thSt. $100 have
4221 concern-
:; 2 Bedroom. you might
$85 per $2.83 per day Apply 816 NE 8th Ave. 1 BR, 419 N.W. 2nd Ave. $55. Call FR 23417 ing home ownership. You mightbe
EFFICIENCY 41' N.W. 2nd Ave., GREEN. INC. I tha:
McKINNEY one of those people
3 BR. air conditioner fenced yard
:::35 Houses for Sole 35 Houses for Sale $90 per $3.00 per day completely furnished near' shopping 1$45 BR. 3505 NW. 17th St., 565. FOR RENT 1 BR furnished house now owns a home but found: II
that it is inadequate
& school. Phone FR 6-0630. 2 BR. lOlOVj W. Univ. Ave. $75 located 309 NW 15th Ave. $70 per now
this is the case. a call to The
$95 per $3.16 per day 2 Bedroom furnished apartment 2 BR partially furn.. 110 S.W. mo. Phone 372-8490. i( James Co. could very well

PHA FINANCING BR. 2 bathhouse :) BR CCB house. corner lot. fenced JOYOUS LIVING. Relax and en- rear of 505 N.W. Nth Ave., $90 4th Ave. $55 solve your prob: :ems. By this
ISM NW 33th Terr. back ysrd 4 yr. equity. 2215 Call FR 2 3417
Only toy life and your family in this $100 mo. . $3.33 day per month. Phone 4-2821 RIGHT we mean trading in your pro.sent
99127 per month. Phone Arnold NE 15Th Terr. FR 25538 after per per MCKINNEY GREEN, INC. EYES
3 bedroom 2 bath home. Large FURNISHED apartment for rent home.
Realty. FR 2-3522 for appt. '4:00 PM. wall wall 10 45 trailer. avail- % i.
living room. tq carpet. for two male only air-condi- MODERN x living In Shadow
YOU "like the colors in this ARMY Officer transferred must and brick fireplace. Separate din- honing, central heating, u t II. able up to Aug. 15th. $75. per mo. See real dream Models Open. There are I number of ques -
'3 BR. 1ft bath home. If you sell. :3 BR. 2 bath. Fla. room.In ing room. Florida Room built furnished. Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. Phone 3747559FURNISHED Lawn Estates. lions that we can answer concerning -
don't owner will change 'em. Best N. W. Near School. $15,500. in kitchen plus a lovely screened CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR F. D. Oliver. Bldr. trading. We feel that
buy at $15.750 Fenced yard Wit Negotiate equity. FR 2.5041 patio, on a large beautiful I ONE BEDROOM furnished. including efficiency apartment 1 Ph FR J-044 by talking with ut you can
with $55. 3224 NW
.""Carpet and drapes. Call FR 2Vs4 wooded lot. curtains and blinds. All air-conditioning. West on NW 39th Ave. past pick a suitable floor plan and
or see at 719 N.W. 19th Lane. -KOREAN- I utilities furnished except elec 13th St. FR 2-6428. the Glen Springs intersec exterior design that will suit
ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE SUN RENTAL WANT ADS tricity. Nice location. $40 month. CONVENIENT to campus. clean, tion. Set sign On 'Itn. your needs. from our many
HIGHLANDS 5 brick over.hollow tile. VETERANS Lovely 3 bedroomr bath home FR 2-3974. 424 N.E. 6th St. couple or two students. $60. Water plans that we keep on Rand
J Story residence. Spanish archi"tec.ure. with wall to wall carpet and an I EFFICIENCY apartment. private furnished, :3727309. 122 NW A call to the James Co will
:3 BR 2 tiled baths. Only $100 down. N.W. New 3 old brick fireplace in II v i n g bath and entrance. Very clean. 25th St. f get all the facts about any
Tiled breakfast nook and kit3fhen. Bath Homes. Immediate .
BR. 1 and 2
room. Florida room built in Adults. 708 E. Univ. Ave. type financing any question;
beamed ceiling. Living rm. occupancy. All city serv kitchen. central heat and central 46 Unfurnished Apts. WATCH FOR you might have without any
;>vilh fireplace. separate dining ices. 3 blks. to elementary and air conditioning, screened 1 Bedroom duplex, lights and IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT obligations on your part.
rfcoti, screened porcies. sundeck. lunior high schools. Price $12.250 porch and a lovely fenced in water furnished. Couples only.
,Utility basement with new o II to $15.000 including brick colonials. back yard with pool and shuffle 35 Houses for Sal 40 Business Properties No children or pets. Call FR TWO bedroom duplex I kItchen to We have lots available In

.tr-itril hes.mg system. ducted fort Total monthly payments board court. Under $30,000. 6-5824. equipped. $85 per month. Cooperative apartments For r- ,w son of town for
;r' conditioning. Priced under from $75 Located N.W. 39th St. 5 ACRES. 3 BR. furnished house. See at 4164 NW 6th St. be built in Gainesville. you to choose from.
,425,000 See at 530 NE 7th Ave. NW 13th and 14th Place. Call TEMPTING BUY Four bed- also small cottage, plus extras. FIRT TIME OFFERED FOR SALE. 42' AIR conditioned trailer water information call FR a-2921

:corner Blvd. for appt. phone FR 29545 daily and 6-9048 nights. room. 2 bath home In Mason Many possibilities for future development. BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL. & garbage furnished.' Student UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms or write: Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene

1-8245.P _ _ _ BUTLER BROS. Manor. walking distance to Lit- Buy from owner at ALSO 2 BR HOUSE AND OFFICE 372 couples-5182. only. Near Univ. $75. bath. Freshly living redecorated.room kitchen."'1'2 P. O. Box 13956 Paramore have over 30 year -
OF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 -- -- -- tlewood and Westwood. Large $30,000 reasonable down pay COMPLETELY FUR. miles from downtown. Good location Gainesville. Flo. combined experience in the -
Br.' 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210. ; living room ideal for family liv. ment. Look for sign west side NISHED. 5 ACRES LANDSCAPED CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apart. for children. $75 month. construction of homes. By care
Faculty neighborhood. 3434 S. W. i FORDYCEREALTOR ing. Lovely fenced in back yard. of Highway 441. John Dare. LIKE A PARK. THESE ment near Campus. $90 per mo. Call F" 1-3419 until 5. FR 22648 University Park ful supervision by Jim and:
fOlh St. Central heat and central air con- Orange Lake.4.BEDROOM. UNITS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND Phone 23329.DUPLEX Gene it will enable you as the -
_ after 5. Saturday and Sunday. I
ditioning. Loads of privacy on ClEAN. COMPLETELY Apts. homeowner to get more home -
BRICK 2 BR furnished apt. Gas
this nice quiet street. EQUIPPED WITH AIR-CONDI- TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately .. for your money and certainly
Reofranksi : I Brick colonial rancher on large TIONING. AND HEAT. GOOD for cooking & heating. Cold ; lower level of duplex -I makes The James construe -
water furn. Private front & back -
TIME TO BUY IS NOW And wooded lot. Cherry paneled liv- WELLS, REAL COUNTRY LIVING ; stove and refrig. situated tion to be beyond compare.By .
we have lust the house for a ing room decorator wall. Huge RESTFUL, QUIET AND entrance. Phone FR 2-4400. 1806 about 3 blks off campus. 1105

Realestate young executive with a growing Florida room with glass doors COMFORTABLE. DAN I ISO N NE 18th Place. NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone PAYMNT-VA building primarily the
.. Nice Residential family. Beautiful 4 bedroom. 2 I Ili opening to screened outdoor living RANCH MOTEL LOCATED 2 Furn. Duplex. 2 Bedroom newly FR 6-5871. Kmcsberry home we feel we -
... bath home love 1 area. Inside laundry room. MILES EAST OF WILLISTONON decorated attractive setting NEW 3 BR. 2 BATH have a great advantage an-,
WANT A BARGAIN? Owner is 3 bed roc-n. 2 bath home. Yard ly living : li fnd.r Two magnificent full baths. A HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATE walking distance to Campus 902 I 2000 SQ. FT. great opportunity for you as

rroving from Gamesvil I e completely fenced well landscaped family room and built In kitchen II doctor's personal home. Hugh SALE, $45.000 GEORGE D. S.W. 6th Ave. $95 per mo. E. C. "CURLY"KUEHN I MINIMUM DOWN FHA the purchaser to. pick desig-:
... wants quick sale 3 bedroom in a good: location Reasonably ideal for family and en- Edwards. Inc. 3721551.NO DANISON, OWNER. ADDRESS, I and floor plans that are created -
*.. 2 bath with FAMILY priced. $14.800 Contact Central heat and 126 3RD 2 BR Furnished duplex 1917 NW LOW MONTHLY by some of the country's
tertaining. AVE. N.E.. ST. PET.
Fordyce & Associates. Inc.. 376- c@n-I 36th Ave. $52 per mo. Call FR JR.
ROOM screened 1234. tral air conditioning. and bath. Central heat. central air ERSBURG FLA. PHONE 894- 24224. PAYMENTS I leading architects.
porch. CENTRAL HEAT. you must see. Shown by condo Northwest. $19,000. Call 2576. Homes Lots. Income. Business .
o-f CJ sq. ft. Of LIVING ment only. 376-2927. STUDENTS 2 & 3 bedroom air and Lake Property $9495 BUYS If you desire complete Information "-
SPACE plus screened Income I PropertyIn STORE FOR SALE-Groc.. beer. conditioned apts. Available June Farms and ArreaseE. NEW 3-BR HOME call The James Co. and I
porch. on n I cely land GOOD BUY Owner leaving SEEING IS BELIEVING & wine, good location for bar & 1st. Low summer rates. For C. "CURLY" KUEHN. Jr. : we will be happy to come, tc
sc-ped lot in NO RTH- the heart of downtown. House town and must sell. 4 bedroom. 1918 N.W. 11th Road 3 BR with pack. store. 29230.A appt. to see phone 3720481 Mr. 638 N. MAIN ST. ONLY $500 DOWN your home and spend an'

WEST. convenent: to schools and apartment available. $9. 00 2 bath home living room family paneled Den which may be usedas A NEAT duplex building i Kaplan. FR 62032 Broker FR 66544 $66.96 PER MONTH amount of time necessary te I
& U n I v e r sity. Can be total price and excellent financ. room. built-in kitchen and 4 BR. Dining room. Living I moved. AfPt : ; NO CLOSING I COSTS i explain The James Co. systemof
ino. Call & As- 2 a bargain. 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments -
today Fordyce Florida
bought FHA or for a REAL > screened porch. Central heat and room adjoining room. Owner will home ownership.We .
Inc.. 3741234.Perfect Ic purchase inexpenSive some air conditioned.
BARGAIN make an offeron sociates. central Pricedto full tiled baths patio. electr
air conditioning.
lot outside of city limits. 5BR. 2BATH.
Summer rates, near Universityand
equity & assume pre'Sent sell.J. Kitchen with built in dishw.asher.oven For can secure FHA. VA and
financing! Asking 15. Home and range. utility and store FR 6-3012.more information phone Medical Center. 916 S. W. McCOY'S FLORIDA ROOM several different types of conventional -

500. Call 6-0817. J. FINLEY We have two age. HW flocrs. Central h eat 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR CENTRAL HEAT AND hnaneng.;
4 bedroom. 2Vi baths. centrally and air-conditioning. Convenientto 6-2444. Macoma
excellent buys 3 I Homes AIR CONDITIONING
CHAR/CTFR. CHARM & FLAIR I heate-1. beautiful interior. With homes within walking distanceto Fmley and CHS. FR 21053 42 Farms & Acreage SMALL furnished cottage and Let us mention e few o'

Eloquent sunken living in walking distance of West- Finley. Both are available for for inspection. trailer for rent. Suitable for I Inc.For ON BEAUTIFUL I the Homes that are either under -
rocm with fireplace. large wool and Littlewood Schoo I s. immediate occupancy and both working couple. Moore's Trailer WOODED LOT i construction or In the
modern builtin Confect Fordyce & Associates. LITTLEWOOD AREA FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE Sale, very attractive 3- .
dining area are excellent buys. and pricesare Court 2330 E. Univ. Ave. POSSIBLE 90% planning stage.4Bedroom.
ktchen.; 3 large bed. I Inc. 374-1234. unbeatable. 4 BR. 3 bath. 2050 sq. ft. living RURAL PROPERTIES 376-8164. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 I'

rooms. 2 baths & lar g e area. central heat. built-In kit. E. University Ave.; walking FINANCINGDAN 3 full tile baths I
Florida rooir Central heat DeluxeIs MELTONMANOR Under 511:.. 1 blk from Westwood: Jr. High. ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S. ROOMY 1 BR. living room kitchenette distance to Lake Forest with over 2300 Sq. Ft. living
& AIRCONCITIONING for 000 new 3 bedroom homes built 2 blks. from Littlewood elrm.I Hwy. 441 Micanopy Fla. private bath & private Schools. Price $12,500 $500 BYRDASSOCIATES I area. You must see this hometo
summer months phead. truly descrlotive of this 3 bed I under FHA specifications and I school. Ideal for Ig. family. or Ph. 444-3120 entrance. No pets. Apt. 208. 204 down and $79.50 per month. INC. ; appreciate It. We will trade
Situated on *. ACRE wooded roo-n 2 bath home. Beautiful available to qualified buyers family and elderly persons. NEW concrete block home on 3 NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy on this one.3Bedroom.
lot in exclusive area. kitchen and family room. Situated I with FHA financing. No closing Priced for Immed. sale. 3449 acres of land. north of Gainesville TWO Bedroom Trailer $60; one Jr Day FR 6-7290. nights FR 825 N.W. 13th ST. -C

Only 24.50fl with terms to on an attractive- lot In the I costs and no city taxes. N.W. 13th Ave. 3722893.NE city limits. Buy furn. or bedroom $"S. on 5 acres. Adults 6-5015. Office corner N. Main PH. 372-2511 nbath with

suit FHA or conventional N.W. section. Contact Fordyce 2 yrs. old. 3 BR. I bath unfurn. Price furn. $9000 with only. Sorry. no pets. 4611 N.W. and 23rd Blvd. I Ir II hardwood floors located on ,
financing. Call 6-0817. & Associates Inc., 374-1234. C/H screened porch' patio. good terms. Phone owner after 6th St. Call 29838. Ij I well shaded lot. Small down-

M.M. stove. refrig. d-washer. $500 6:00 P.M. 372-4407 or 4621175. j payment. FHA.Construction -
$301 DOWN & $44 mo. Inc I.
dn.. $75 mo. FR 22774. BEAUTIFUL 2
FORDYCEAssociates rolling to 5 acre
taxes & ins. buys :3 bed- to start soon on
home excellent 3 BR. 2 bath. paneled Fla room. estates. Choice of wooded or homesIn
room in S V. A. :3-4-Bedrooms
: condition. Call 6-0817. Inc.Real ParrishAND dining room. 1900 sq. ft.. windowair permanent pasture. 7 miles west N.E. Gainesville. Call now
conditioner, draperies fenced of Gainesville. $600 per acre- and make all color selections.
Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor Estate Exchangors back yard, $1500 dwn.. 4012 SW be the first to make your choicel All these will be brick Veneer.
Myrtle Lassiter. AssociateWm. Multiple Listing Realtors ASSOCIATES INC. 19th St. Phone 29026. Call or see United I Farm We have 40 lots on 39th Ave.

E. "Bill"! Harris. Associate Grace S. Fordyce Broker MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTINGH. HOUSE and 6 lots m Lake Shore Agency 3722954. I T i iiei1iurtyIfl' i 100'x276'Pick( a lot and house
Hill Helen Graham
7.Res N.E.- 1st 376 St.2927 or 3727943 Phone 376-0817 Harvey Dudley Goulden.Benton Associate Associate Carolyn Wayne Gardenhire Mary Parrish .Homesites. call Prce; 28-40.512.500.. For information ACREAGE plan to suit you.

19 NE First St. Tel. 3725375
MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 41 Now under construction 3-
acres apprx. Nice livea b I
IN CITRA. Two 2 BR homes Bedroom. 2 baths with 1453
house W. of Gainesville
for sale. $2500 each or we Sq. Ft. floor area. double ce-
300 acres with 80 acres of
will move houses. $150 down planted. 200 under cultivation.corn 90 I t port on shaded 100x276 lot. V:
and $50 monthly. Call Mrs. trade on this one.
SERVICES acres pasture. 3 acres tobacco ....
James L. Bowdin Newberry
allotment. bal in i1'"
perf pasture,
: Fla. 472'2253. water. 45 head of black angus M

II FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR. cattle. NW of Gainesville. Inc. !
2 bath. Ig. Fla. rm.. utility Equipment Tractor. Realistic
area separate living rm.> din- Price Good terms. good road.
ing rm.' kitchen. wall to wall Call I Just.omes ,
Home And BusinessAppliance carpeting in living rm.. glass MARY MOELLER REAL fOR

sliding door leading to 16' x 1019 W. Univ. FR 4-4471
24* patio. fenced-in back yard. ;...
1325 NE 12th Terr. $19.500. 40 ACRES i

Bulldozing |I I PlumbingSEWER EXCELLENT BUY Uncleared land. South of Newber. I 1! Left f fffi I

ry. $100 per acre. Terms. S. E.
SMALL bulldozer. loader. dump Owner leaving town must sac- Sapp Realtor Newberry Flor ;
trucks. fill dirt. lime rock. Top INSTALLEDNEW rifice, 3 BR. 2 bath kitchen ida. Phone 4722000.Fordyce For More Information
soil. Phone 3727846. & used fixtures complete built.ins. family room central Call
plumbing service "BIG"! JIM heat & air conditioning located
BULLDOZERS 8. Dragline. Back HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb- outside limits. For further Acreage I IIa'
I I city
hoe. wheel tractors. motor :
grader. Free estimates. W. G. inq, FR 2-1589. information phone-372-311 -- in Pine Forest -- TheJames
Approximately 100 acres of beau-
Rurk' Johnson FR 4-4219 I I!
RemodelingNEED OH MOM tiful pasture land $14500 an '
acre. Fenced and cross fenced. ( & Co.
Concrete I You'll love this 3 bedroom, 2 bath : ;7. & faded telkny community :
beauty at top Northeast location. !I = -
A NEW Florida room carport Land in and near Gainesville easily Of Gainesville Inc.
CONCRETE: tlO.snang.I't. a I K 5. patio screened-in porch, Terrazza floors. G.E. built in accessible and attractive I l ft
y .
drives. patios slabs and shuffleboard I I etc.? Call now and get it done I oven and range. Newly redecor. I priced. 2 acre tracts. iygilaa.(1uuIod4te Builder of Kingtberry

etc.. expertly done. Esfimates. for the summer months. Call ated. $15500 $400 down. PHA.Pay Homes
:. Call 372-3884. anytime 377.ew after 5 P.M. for free only $101 per month Includ- Nearly 500 acres, $22500 an acre.
estimates ing taxes and insurance Good close in NW section. 7cvedt I OFFICE PHONE



Repair Cr CO. INC.N.E. FordyceAssociates N.El thAve.atl5thSt. Ph.372-1551. : 372-7401

Air Conditioning Sales and ServiceAll UPHOLSTER your furniture at 16th Ave. & 15th St. t ,,. ; I -
Inc. a' .
types ot Fire ExtinguishersPick reasonable prices. Call Sally. :372-1 551. ,
I up and delivery serviceC. Experienced FR 6-9888. 926 W. Univ. 374-1234
2 Bedroom. 6 roorrf house in Mel- _
R. Thomas Ph. 374-8989

: A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Gainesville Fla I Sewing Machine Repair' rose Beach. 3 Call blocks 475-4041 from or Melrose 475-2145 43 Colored Property % 5 w

First in air conditioning and Ap- after 6:30.EXTRA .-
.pliance repairs. We sell guaranteed
washers refrigerators. etc. VALUE air-conditioned 3 HOMES FOR SALES
.(-R LANDSCAPE SERVICE Ave.VICE 376-1075.CO. 815 We W. University BR home -Paneled Fam 11 y & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & .
-5- 60267.WE Grass-Sod Garden Makes repair all Room adjoining living din In g SE 7th Ave. Some no down paVement. --'y- -jtr .
MainNurserystock Work fully
FIX IT ouaranteml_
I .
of all kinds.CREVASSE'S area for extra spaciousness e'ec-! Some small down pay ,
;Any type appliance. electrical NURSERY tric range and dshwasher.: As- rren Monthly payment $57 to
'work or gasoline engine repairs Landscape Co.FR Tires Alignment si 'e 4'11 per cei* Gl rrortqaqe. $45. Also homes built on your

.'done immediately and economi- 42S14 for free entimaU Brake Service Will consider financing balance lot for no down payment. t' .
cally. Pick up and delivery. 'r' t: -; unusual buy at 2213 NE Call TOMMY RIDGELL I _
C BUTLER & SONS I 7th Ter.' BnlM>* Phon FR 2-4 W I -

!;1531 E'VlfhE 374-2844 famous nationally known Mohawk ONLY $450 DOWN 44 Cottages for Rent I
and conventional at lowest Closing cost included.
AIR conditioners i installed and re current rates. Terms to 25 tires . Save up la50H 2 BR !W" perro..
'paired. One day service. ye rs. Will gladly discuss at no ( on new tires. See our new 3 BR $72 err mo. BEACH HOUSE on Crescent'
S C. A. Bohannon obligation. Call tomorrow. wrap around retread that gives See at -030 NE 55th St. Beach. Only a few weeks still i

190 NE 23rd Blvd. FR .-.169 J. W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor more mileage & traction. Lati-. Phone FR 2- 25!. free. Call FR 25281. I I
Tire <
mer Co. 613 N Mum
31 N. Main St. FR 24494 '
__ ._ 2 BR Home. corner lot. West Park FURNISHED. 1 BR cottage. all
Appraisal Service FRED B. ARNOLD Tree Sen :e area. Reasonable payments ideal electric. tile shower. good ventilation
REALTORFHA I'I for young couple. Available by located on Santa Fe

AND CONVENTIONALLOANS June 1st. See at 1031 N.W. 55th Lake. Phone FR 25458 or FR 21149. .
Ter. a.
1219 Pruning. demossing. bracing & ca- 7 ..
W. UN I"
REALTOR AVE. PH. 3723522 I ble-ng: & tree removal. Cavi t y 4 BR. 2 Bath home in N.E. Sec. S .

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALSERVICE MORTGAGE MONEY I work 8. tree feeding. Lawn service tion. Den screened porch air- 45 Furnished Apts. I

SH per cent interest. Terms to and maintenance. Licensed cond:'on'no. central heat. Price
1219 W. UNIV. AVE. PH. 372 3522 I I I $14.900, $400 down 2809 N.E. SEE THE
25 years. & insured. Free estimates. Troy pay. BRAND NEW 2 BR apt. 1st floor. MILLBRAE TODAY
; BUY BUILD REFINANCECall 374-2940 Jack Hoov r. 10th St. Call VA4SJ. Prefer married couple and ideal
Auto 4M-3492. Gainesville Flff for students. Near
EQuiP-en-1 Stephen Fos- !
Dan Byrd 38 Real Estate Wanted ter.' Phone 3726011. One of 11 New Quality Homes at Highland Court Manor
825 NW 13 St. Ph. R2511 TRUCK HAULING
FURNISHED Apartment for rent

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & GLADYS Smith Realtor. FHA I j & MOVINGANY WANT TO BUY with living Rm bedroom, filebath i I 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths
Repair kits for on1. -
exchanged. and conventional loans. Low a bedr o o m DIRECTIONS
Walker Jacks Factory authorized rates. Terms to 25 vears. 122T 2 or 3 bedroom home withta"iI. Apt. FR 2-9569. !
Walker Hydraulic Jack W. Univ. Ave. 3725391_ type hauling, large or smail. room and 2 baths. Kitchen NOTHING DOWN VA
HULL'S BRAKE done immediately courteously bedroom furnished
Service Agent. must be equipped. Central Drive "North on Main,' turn right at NE
SERVICE & SUPPLY 1314 $. FOR DYCE and Associate Inc. and economically. BUTLER & apartment. Clean and cool. $40
Main FR 21497 Conventional and F.H.A. I e ans. SONS SERVICE CENTER. 1358 heat preferred. Must be priced month. Water furnished. Call ( I cost) 23rd Blvd., continue fo NE 12th St. and
Cat 374-1236 Grace Fordyce. NW 6th St. :3742844WINDOW right with reasonable down pay Ronnie Hayward. FR 2- 761 or $400 closing
Realtor. Fordyce & Associates.Inc. ment. Write to Box 345-A. FR 44134. TURN LEFT. Follow signs to home on

Auto Glass ... 924 West University Avenue CLEANINGWINDOWS fiainxville Sun Very clean nicely furnished I bed- Only $108.12 per month NE 31st Ave. : .':.

39 Out of Town Property room apartment Tile bath. $45-
cleaned floors cleaned 733

AUTO. GLASS Is at"r installation only business. ,-I PAINTING_ _ | yrs.and waxed.experience houses Free washed.estimate 10 I, HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone FR 2-9549 S.E. ,5th Mr.Ave.or Mrs.FR 6-0444 Thomas.or HIGHLAND COURT MANOR by KIRKPATRICK &. PIERSONSales
WANTED: Painting. Free es-:i Phone FR 2-5955 Heights Fla. 3 BR. 2 baths 1 NEW. -odern. 1 8R. air free pickup i : & delivery Ado acre lot willTc.: ... ..... ...e apartment next j I
tirrutes. No iob too small. ------ to Holi-
fcp 'ul, & value to your car I at $13000 wJI sell Jar S14990. d3v .v adults only. no pets. Office Located at NE 23rd Blvd. and 11th Terrace
MAUl DIN'S AUTO GLASS CO. I Work qusnnteed. PhoneSFR (I.I AUVEKI1SE IN THE Call 374-1142 Gainesville after J $90 per mo., water furn. Can I Phone 372-3471
12J N W 6th St FR 4-25S8 I II ,
.__ .. 25630._ .I-SERVU DIRhXTOKV-- --P-- 372-:>481 or 374 4340WHOeVtX .
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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 51-A Wanted To Rent 61 Wonted to Buy 66 Misc .For Sal I.. 6G Mise .For Sale.

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FORDYCE RENTALSCall RENTALSWe 3 BR. 2 bath CCB built-in range QUIET room to be used as WANTED used room air condItioner ALL metal portable bar with HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS.Shown .
; our agency to find the & dishwasher large fenced back study. Reasonable. Phone FR small Call FR 6-6698 formica top. in good condition. by appointment. P h on*
&& }jlasUfis house you wish. Many listed. have many attractive rentalsin yard. 1100 NE 15th Place. 2-1989 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. $18. Call FR 2.5615 after 6:00 FR 28889.
Also apartments furnished. apartments, houses, furn and FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished 62 Machinery & Tools P.M. '
FORDYCEASSOCIATES unfurn. Call frame house. 1941 NW 31st Place. 54 Business Rentals BUILD your own trailer. Complete ,
MARY MOELLER REALTOR TWO A-6 case combines with TWO Thermostat 20 Inch win- Hammerblow axle unit, with,
INC. FR 6-4471 2 BEDROOM house unfurnished, motors, both for $500. Call or dow fans with frames; four springs, wheels and tires. $40.
; 926 W. Univ. 374-1234 10W W. Univ. stove refrigerator and heater. GARAGE space tor rent. 613 S.W. write Eugene Haufler. Rt. '3,. speed two intake and two exhaust See John Teter. Alachua evenings
? 4 SMALL house 1 large room 4413 N.W. 13th St. $70 month. 2nd St. Call John Merrill Real- Box 217 B. Gainesville. FR 6- $20 each. Phone 6-4368. afternoons Saturda y a,-
FR <-:)41, 6-2930 Mr. tor. FR 21494.
Haynes. 3336. and Sundays.REPOSSESSED.
i FOR RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom. kitchen tile bath stove & re- TV $40. Stroller $5. Bathmette $4
2 beth central heat, built-in frig. 5 miles out Archer Rd. WESTWOOO-Littlewood schools 3-4: AIR CONDITIONED Child's rocker $2. Baby carnage-
stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.m. $30 per mo. FR 6-3327 BR, 2 baths, kitchen equipped. NEARLY new modern. office or 64 Household Goods car bed $2. Jump chair $2. Rocker Smger. Slant Needle
w big shady yard. 600 NW 36th location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. S2. FR 22914. Zig Zag and attachments
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house. NEWLY painted Inside. Living St. $135 mo. 3766671. Ph. FR 6-2472 Weseman Realty. USED APPLIANCES appliques monogra m s,-
L rJ/oa'll 2fJ/l1e $70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- room and dining room com- 1113 N. Main SL RANGES FROM $3995. FIRST $25 buys Hoover Upright overcasts, satin switch, etc.
I room house $40 month. Furnished bined. 2 bedroom bath. kitchen. 2 BR, kitchen equipped 1206 Vacuum $6.50 per mo. Balance $67. (15
duplex apt.. $90 month. FR shady yard. JSS month. Inquire N.E. 9th Ave. 185. N.W. 13th St. Building to be con- Refrigerators from from $4995.TV $3995. complete excellent with all attachments W. Univ. Ave. Phone 3761075.
6-7464. FR 4 BR. 3 Bath 51S N.W. 15th structed. Space available for
1025 N.E. 3rd Ave. or call Phone 3 STRAIGHT
; St., $125. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 25689. chairs 4r high 1
physician dentist lawyer, pharmacy -
fs NEW red brick home for rent 3 64703. Call THE VARIETY STORE tapestry covered $20 2 with carved -
FR 23617 beauty shop and barber ADMIRAL 10 cubic Ft. Refrigerator -
: backs,
t BR. kitchen living room.. carport 2 BR house with 2 screened porches. McKINNEY GREEN. INC. snop. If Interested Call 3761831. 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR frost free. Good. $45. Eng- $25 pr. table top gas'
and utility room 80* N.W. condI- 6-3484. lish Bike, stove 4 burners griddle, oven
Village Qteat I. 40th Ave. I Blk. from Stephen In NW section. Good ONLY $453: DOWN FOR RENT Concrete block building 307S. Loaded $16. FR 2- broiler. 41" wide. by 25* deep.
furnished. per KNOTTY
Water with
double bed
tion. pine
Foster School, $115 per mo.. to 2523. Closing cost Included. 30x 80plus 2 sheds ; Mittens. Professional movie
right party. Call 481-2411. mo. Phone FR 63268. ext. 2 BR $62 per mo. connected to main bldg. Ideal! bookcase headboard, and to a m Complete set of COMPTON EN titler. complete. $4. Ph. FR 2-,
111. 2 BR, kitchen. dining rm., livingrm. 3 BR $72 per mo. for auto repair shop, etc. $160per rubber mattress; also single bed CYCLOPEDIA'S. 1962. Just like $215
r- Luau 2 BR unfurn. house with stove 614 N.W. 22nd Ave. $5i See at 203J N.E. 55th St. mo. 4431 NW 6th St. Call with mattress, good condition new never been used $125. OAK roll. r
Opening top desk In
n large yard quiet street, $45 per per mo. Call Ocala 6291744. Phone FR 20258. 372-8554 any day after 6 P.M. call 2-0568 Easy terms can be arranged. dition; chests of drawers perfect con-

Tonlte610EDWARDS ii f mo. Phone 23329. CLEAN, quiet 3 BR, 1 bath home OFFICE building for rent for real T-A-G APPLIANCESTested Phone 6-0318. wardrobes; roJUway beds;; small wood-
2 BEDROOM, living Rm dining near elem. school. $100 per mo. 49 Rooms for Rent estate insurance or related bus- and Guaranteed ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna refrigerator runs good. $10; lamp
Ii,ff Rm bath big screened porch 515 N.W. 36th Ave. Phone 28989. iness. 300 to 400 square feet will 42 Refrigerators from $39 up Double stack complete. NothIng glass windows and screens; also
garage range heating stove. PRIVATE ROOM with bath. 1 Blk. remodel to suit tennant. New and 9 Ranges from $39 up else to buy. $15. Brants. many odds and ends at TREAS-
lti $45 Mo. 917 S.E. 4th Ave. FR 3 BR. 2 Baths, kitchen equipped from campus $35 a month. 1104 clean located near traffic artery 17 Washers from $19 up 513 NW. 8th Avenue. URE CHEST Fairbanks. 1 mile,
lnsl "f>>IW f. 28610. large yard. Call 372-6450. S.W3rd Ave. FR 2-0989. with paved off-street parking.For 8 Dryers from $49 up DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERYChairs North of airport. Call 6-1283.
Information call FR 2-0733 2 Food-Freezers from $99 up
.. NICE downstairs rooms close 2 Dishwashers from $49 low as $8. No money GIBSON Air conditioner 18500 BTU,*
in private entrance off-street up down, low as $S per month. See at 324 N.W. 19th Ave.
10 TV Sets from $35
Iy HUGH IHC y;{. HOUSE HUNTING? parking. 531 SE 2nd PI. Ph. FR 56 Business OpportunitiesGOING JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO..up Free estimates, pickup and delivery WURLITZER Mahogany spinet PH,
service. All
22582. work
BUSINESSES 419 NW 8th Ave Ph. 372-5303 guarenteed ano. Queen Anne style. $45. Twin
2837 NE.ISthStreet'j NICELY furnished room. Maid ONE of the best Service Stations Phone 316-7186- size box springs mattress $15.
NORTHWEST service. Parking space. Reason- in town. Inventory; low lease. VINATORS. TRADE your costly to operate Chromed dinette set, 4- ch a I r s.'
New automatic
Phone 372-1551 <\ CHECK THESE able rates. 210 E. Univ. Phone washers from $138.99. ELECTRIC water heater, and Turquoise cover, $25. 906 N.E. 2WIT
FR 67423. TREMENDOUSI General Store; New $43 for a new glasclined GAS Ave.
Refrigerators from $15888.New
I .; '. y .n". Nrm Jj HOMES TODAY 102 NW 13th St. Men -Women, lovely living quarters; Acres; Freezers from ,,13995. water heater. Much more hot SEWING MACHINE
:'iM'.'. m ; ;; .vw.lawxnnsYatuv.wv.L.newn:::;:: :.wawxv:: ::: rooms and apts. near campus. stock & Terms $35,000. New Icemaker refrl;. from $279.95. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE with 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks
day, week, month. FR 6-2937 or SHARP WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110.FOR and sews like new. Makes
I IWIIIIUr IIIII"IItIIlllllmIIIIIItlllllllftllllllllllmmlllllUl"umnI FHA & VA FR 61082. Location: for the Profes THE VARIETY STORE fancy stitches with drop In
: sional man-HOME AND OF 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR SALE formats, size 9 to 11. cams, button holes, sews 'on
ROOM and board for girls. Use FICE-Furnished and Air condi 6-3484. Phone 376-2185, 2036 NW 9th buttons blind hems, overcastsraw
Norwood II of washing machine. Call FR 6- tioned. $15,000. Easy terms. Ave. edges, darns & mends.
SAVE! $15,400Three 6083. FREEZER. CHEST TYPE. Guar Only' $58.12 or 7 payments at
Ample Parking. an.eed. Can deliver I LARGE FORMICA table and 4 sa.5$. Call 3722051.
& MEN STUDENTS ARCH CAMPBELL, REALTOR Refrigerator service in $57.50.1 chairs $25; Couch $15 Phone
I Hope"H" 3721854. 44 size gas range In good con
two bath colonial model. All brick comfortable rooms Doublesand Phone 376-5707-ANYTIME home. No service charge -
bedroom dition. $75. Call 3768775.
IIJIIIIJIIIIII! Inc. eWe front corner lot. paved street all city services, walkto monthly.singles Phone$22.50 29222.and $3250 SHELL OIL COMPANYIs freezers pairs. Wanted needing refrigerators repair: FR 21330.and SHALLOW power, complete well pump with one air horse tank GE D Ish w a s her used 6 months,'
and Junior High schools. Only $550 now taking applications for other kitchen
elementary LARGE clean, cool & all fittings. needed for com- equipment. See at
i 1115 NW 40th Drive Trade Homes I down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare to shower & refrigerator.room. Linens access struction service stations in Alachua now under County.con- 66 Misc For Sale. p'ete! Installation, plus about 30 1707 E. Univ. Ave.

j 3 Br. 2 Bath or Property new and almost ready for occupancy. & maid service weekly. FR 2- Please call Mr. Pope at FR tr. 1'6 2" galvanized pipe.
I ;rnfnnll1nm1inIwuill 1185 or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave. May be seen after 5PM. I
2-5333 for application and BEAUTIFUL colorful mounted
We ap afternoon at 711 NE Ave.l
must sacrifice this 11th
I I pointment. Paid training and sailfish. 6'2". By AI Pfleguer. I
::11g1111D! = FAIRERFAR
i i -Our inventory is too I clean quiet room in new home. guaranteed start. Miami Fla. Only $165. The Tackle GOOD HEARING IS ONE Of your I
much-We will take I'I' $13,500Three Kitchen prlvll es. Ideal for student EXCELLENT downtown Sincla I r Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. most Valuable Assets. Don't Neg. ,
let It. Visit Gainesville
$850 for Our The following are ready for 3723102 or 372-8944. Service Hearing
equity. = Station -open and doIng CLOSE OUT SALEOn Aid Co. Today. 620 North Main BY
You assume $17.000 i occupancy. H NICE front bedroom $25 per business will lease to re Wallpaper. 98c a Roll Street or Phone FR 6-0095. I
model with double access month. Kitchen privileges extra. sponsible party with adequa t e
bath I
Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W. 21st PI. 1 bedroom, one 6-1961. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. HARPER PAINT CO. NEW and used chain saws. lawnmowers
Hurry to take advantageof 4-BR 2 bath 1700 down. = to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. 100x Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. 10 S.W. 7th St. 3724364 edgers. tampers light
this. c' $107 mo. H 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. COZY window single awning room,well front furnished corner DISTRIBUTOR WANTEDA MAPLE drop-leaf table. $750. student plants cable. Wisconsin, Briggs
& Stratton new and used mo
i Monthly payments only $81.00 per month. gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd St., business of desk. $750; door $3 and 1964
I your own deliver Rental sales and service.
1115 NE 5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. chairs. Phone 65919.
near post office. part time. Maxwell House & San- Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE
3 Br; 2 Bath _3 BR. H'j bath S400 down. i $15,000Three ROOM IN Home for quiet reserved ka Coffee. Baker's Chocolate & CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. FAIRLANEAS
Our Loss Your Gain tea per mo. =; person. N. W. Sec. Instant Soup, etc. to offices & amazing Lustre Foam. CAMPING Trailer
retail stores. $995 covers Invest- Use our applicator free. C a II camping equipment
-Our inventory must 1NW tion 1 mile of campus. Phone FR radial arm saw. Fishing LOW AS
3330 & 3320 ment on all equipment cost on Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703N.
fce: lowered = We will 30th Ave. 1 bedroom two bath Sherwood model 1200 6-7477 50 locations and should net $300 Main St. boat and motor. Several miscellaneous -

.take. $850 for our equity i- 3 BR 1 bath. $550 dn. S7959 1 square feet of modem living space. Only $100 down 51-A Wonted To Rent to J43P a month. IYtlmae fewhours FOR SALE kitchen table 4 Utility trailer.pieces See of John furniture.Teter
: You assume $13.600 I '.r"mo. *- g VA or $450 FHA. Monthly payments of approximately be expanded a week to of full your time can chairs, porcelain top with extension Alachua Evenings Afternoons.. [I 1996
(Approx.>)> mortgage E $91.00 per unit complete. JOINING Univ. teaching staff. Desire tion. Write Coffee Bar Co.opera-, 924 $18, Also 9 x 12 wool Saturday's and Sundays. I
Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. I house by late Aug. 3 BR Area. Suite 2, Jacksonville Fla. rug gray & red scroll design
preferred. Daughters 13 & 15. $25. 1817 NE 15th Terr.
now! 4518 & 4608 SE 2nd PI. g GAINESVILLEAUTO
3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $48 goer $12,250Our References. Visiting Gainesville 61 Wanted to Buy THE best costs less. Broil with ,
BJHffliiflinniniiinnniinini'niraiiraininins! mo. s I early June. Please write F. Bar your broiler door closed no
nett, 607 Progress, Blacksburg smoke or fumes In your kit. SALES SHAW&KEETER
FOR RENTs 205 SE 38th St. I I best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone Va. WANTED priced :reasonable water cooler and must In good be chen. Call Fuilgas Your Phil- 1007 N. Main St.

: Bath $300 dn. $66 per mo. || I bath home new and distinctively different at $400 51-A Wanted To Rent working condition. Call 372-8<<1. gas Distributor. 3765392. Phone FR 2-6313 ,
124 SE 7th St. $74,00 month 8-5 IOTPOINT 30" electric stove
down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees. a ext. 20 weekdays. r.
1 Year 3 Lease BR. 1 Si 00 Bath per Mo.CIBp1L11C111l1 303 SE 38th St. Ii total payments. Newly clean and ready for a family.All 3 bedroom 2 bath house. North CASH for your used furniture re good 65623.condition, $30. Phone FR Northcentra! Florida's 230 W. UniversityFR
I 304 & 314 SE 39th St. I city services, walk to elementary and Junior High west section, shaded lot no frigerators. stoves. TVs clothing LargestIndependent
]/ WilWfllflWIlllltIIUIIOIfNorwood! 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. $44 g schools.All small children. Call evenings or etc. FR 23937. William's DEEP WELL PUMP and tank Dealerfp. 2-0503
rmIIIUIIJIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIUIUUnUJlllnnnnnnllll. S Saturday. FR 63177. Service Center Hawthorne Road. rcmpete.! $65. Call 372-0895 .
located N.W. 39th Street,
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sible to downtown medical center VA Hospital, and
The following are under con-
struction and will be ready nearby shopping center.
Hope"H" for occupancy soon.

Int:. 3236 NW 29th Ave. Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View .
We Trade Homes 3 BR. 2 bath $700 dn. $98 S -J
per mo.

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ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR, 2 bath $650 dn. $91 B BROTHERSPhone
OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- per mo. g
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1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR, 2 bath. $400 dn. $86 s
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MAY WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY 64 CHEVROLET S.S. Radio, heater auto 60 METROPOLITAN. 2-door. hardtops.:

matic trans., power steering. . . $3295 $3145 Real Sharp . .' . . .. $' 545 $ 500 _

15 50 x 10 SATURDAY i 64 FORD! GaI-axleu500u, 4.dcor hardtop, 59 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door hard to r

2 BEDROOM automatic transmission! radio heater AT. Full equipment power. . .'. .,..n. $1095 $1000 y

power steering air . .. . . $3295 $3145 "lee .r J M
16 ONLY 58 PLYMOUTH 4-door automatic: trans. V. -
64 FORD Galaxfe I 500" 4-door sedan -
mission radio, heater .' ."f.. . .tIC<.iI.. $ -295 $ 200
SUNDAY automatic trans., radio, heater. . . $2995 $2695 .
.17 $3187-$54.09 PER. MO.
63 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan. Automatic SUPER SPECIALS"-l-

I Ij trans., air.. . . . . . . $209 $2000 .

j 63 CHEVROLET impala 4-door hardtop. '61 FALCON 4-door deluxe, automatic trans- .
PS, PB, automatic trans-------------- $2495 $2445 $1145
mission, radio heater. Sharp.. : . . .

FREE FREE FREEi I 63 VW Combi, like new 8,000 miles. $1595 ,$1545
CHEVROLET I I 4-door. Automatic
60 Impala, $ [ I

63 BUICK Special 4-door wagon. . $1795 $1700 transmission, radio, heater, air.' . . . 1245'
63 VALIANT V-100 2-door ST. radio
60 PLYMOUTH 2-door hardtop. Automatic:

heater. . . . . . . $1695 $1500 V-8 $745
transmission radio. heater. . . .
62 IMPALA Super Sport, power steering. '

PB. AT. 17.000 actual miles. . . $2195 $2190 59 PONTIAC I Bonneville;- 4-door hardtop. Fully I $1 1 AC

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62 IMPERIAL Crown, Full Power. . $3395 $3200

," BUY NOW AND SAVE 59 PONTIAC 4-door station wagon. Fully equip. $QAC
: 61 OLDSMOBILE 88"4-door sedan. Real
including air. . . . . . . V/D ..
Clean. PS. PB ,R & H. . . . $1395 $1350 .

1 ,-.. YOU'LL: COME : .j 60 FORD, Fairlane "500", 4-door sedan.. .58 DODGE 4-door sedan. Power steering, brakes, 995

,. AT. R & H. Air. . .. .. . . $ 995 $ 945 radio, heater, air. . . . . . . .
60 CORVAIR, 700. 4-door automatic 57 PLYMOUTH '4door. Automatic transmission 545

trans., radio, heater. . . . $ 695 $ 645 radio, heater, power steering. 1 owner. .


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< 66 Misc. For Sale 77 Mobile Homes for Sale 85 Automobiles for Safe 11 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 1 Automobiles for Safe 85 Automobiles for Sal 87 Automobiles Wonter

I SOLID Mahogany bedroom suite. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS I BUICK 1954 and 1958 PLYMOUTH. 1957 VW Sunroof radio & heater, '51 PLYMOUTH 2 door, 6, stick 1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II Wanted 1950 thru 1954, Fords
Nova. This
blond dining room suite. Maple Butts Mobile Homes Inc: I $75 a piece. Call FR 6-3570 after good condition phone 376-3842 after excellent tires and brakes new car is one month and Chevrolets. fU S.E. 4'h
,"hutch, new Walnut table. Buffets. 4920 NW 13 St 376-8361 5 p.m.CORVAIR. 5:00 P.M. paint lob very good mechanical old below and lowest Is being offered at $450 St. AI Herndon Service Station. BARKLEY
china cabinet. Re- available Gainesville
oval front condition $150. See at
216-U Fla-
For rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON
.uprtolstered Lawson sofa other house trailer. 10 Monza, '63, equippedwith MUST SELL '63 MG Midget Ice vet III, or call 6-5833. price. Call FR 6-W58 daysor
household items. NEARLY NUJ'umiture x 55' Phone FR radio heater white side blue white waits tonneau radio FR 6-2371 evenings. FOR THE CORRECT
Shop. 324 N.W. 8th 21311 Can be seen 1224 E. Univ. wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. & heater. Good condition. 2 AUTOMOBILE -
Ave. Assume payments small equi Call 3722786. MUST SELL 1962 Ford Falcon. SALESMEN. Experience TIME 1
"Ave. FR not 1I
ty. Will consider older car for Deluxe interior. Fully equip- necessary. Ridgway I
TWO bedroom nouse trailer 5900
APT. size upright piano $9 0 with; sec 3 one bedroom house trailer $750. equity. Call owner at 372-8441, MUST SELL Pontiac Catalina 1963 ped. $1195. Call FR 2-6748. SAn Motor Co. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2- FR 2-1411 I MOTORS INC.
tonal couch and factory air-conditioning,
Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 ext. 33. 8-5 weekdays. power- I ,
chairs make offer. phone 372' to steering power brakes R & H
Monday Friday 9 to 5. EXTRA clean $95
to $595.
.7998. DODGE STATION WAGON 61. S2500 Call 2-5454 90 day 50-59 87 Automobiles Wonrer Courtesy Of
l&J'} Chain Link Fence gate & ar IT'S FOOLISHto good condition take up payments: 1957 CADILLAC Sedan Deville. payment small guarantee.weekly or No month down University Chevrolet :
of J54.24 per mo. Call 6-8153 or CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords No.
net. Raytheon. Admiral TV.portable Phone TV.372-Cabinests 1084.- pay pay less.more.GET RECKLESS THE REAL to '-1510.HILLMAN. Make phone an 3720481.offer. For appt. to see 1636 ly payments.SE 3rd Ave.H Phone& H 3723749.Motors I & Chevrolets. Al Herndon ServIce N. Main St. at 16th Ave. I .
Station. 916 SE 4tn St.
convertible 1958 Minx I I'I
., SALE FACTS. Payments as low as Call FR L .I!! ,
FOR $57.29 per month with $300 down. In good condition. $450 1

Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. some repair. Good buy if you
NEWBERRY. can fix it, price $100. Call 372-
Boats-Marine Equip. BELIEVE IT _
Oldsmobile 1953. Very good
OR NOTSave cond. $250. FR 24017.
.Span-American Boat and 81
"HP. Mercury and Trailer. Small $600, 10 x 46 2 BR furnished VW, 1956 Camper new tires recent YOU HAVE A JOB
equity and take over payments. only $3195. $350.40 down overhaul on engine & trans
Call after 5 p.m. FR 2-C37, 373 $5409 per month. mission. Needs paint. $575.
SW. 37th St. Mr. Lynn. Over 50 models to! choose from Phone 3766690.
16 ft. FABUGLAS Commander TRAILER MARTHWY. BRING out the/ best in your car. C WE
'-Mark 75 Mercury engine etc. Superior Auto painting & body MERCURY
starter. Running light NEheavy 17 PHONE 328-1050 work. Fast dependable service;
duty trailer. $950 2215 SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 free pickup delivery. WRIGHT'S
Ter. FR 25538 after 4 p.rn.U' EAST PALATKA. FLORIDA BODY WORKS, 2031 NW 6th St HAVE A CAR FOR
50 HP FR 69707.
RGeNeeBoat. 1959 Model house trailer. 10 x 35''.
Johnson trailere 1 Bedroom (4 can sleep). Pay 1964 RENAULT 2.000 miles. 51195. 198.1UMET
$1250. FR 64941, 20 S.W. as little as $200 down paymentscan 1961 Corvair coupe. auto trans. $99j :2:
23rd Street. 1960 VouxhaM. $350 YOU
be arranged on balance. ........._
14 LONESTAR, Fiberglass. New Total price $2175. Like new In- 1962 Ford Galaxie 1495
25 H.P. 'tor,4notor. side and out. Colored fixtures. 1963 Corvalr Monza 4 in floor,
Gator tiltgene$695. Trailer can be seen at Brants R & H. steal at $1495.
FR 2,32A1. Gulf Service Station. 4-miles 1963 Comet. custom. 4-D H & H. I 4-dr. hard top. Radio, heater,
North of High Springs on 441. I $1495. 64 FORD
Equipment Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. with any new Mercury or Comet pur- + automatic transmission.. power -
72 Office Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES "
SAVE to $1400 1960 Corvair, automatic transmission chased now for a limited i time steering 40,000 miles. Full
BANK FINANCING radio heater, fold down your fac$2845
GAINESVILLE'S largest volume of NEW 10' wide mobile homes back seat. Good condition. $650 or air conditioner costs you only tory warrantee. 2 to choose
..fice supply dealer. Chesnur Town & Country Trailer Sales best offer. 1423 N.W. 8th St. FR ff 4-door sedan, radio i heater,
Office Equipment Co. Invites you 3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. 62917. FORD
Jo come In and shop or call for 04 automatic transmission, power -

""equipment tree delivery.Co. Chesnut's 106 W. Office UnivAve 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE steering tactory warrantee, $

In Downtown Gainesville 46,000 miles. 2 to choose from O7QC

73 Musical Merchandise TRUCKS FOR SALEPRICEDTOSELL 202-404 C i '64 FORD 2 door hardtop. Fastback.

Radio, heater, auto trans.,
.f ORGAN SALEibf (1) 1956 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed MONTEREY Warrantee.
power steering Factory
Christmas Left overs. All (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed Caliente $2845 -
new organs. Savings up to 30 (1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed 45,000 miles. . . . .

..,702 er W.cent.Univ.Earl's Ave.Piano 3722222i Co. (1) 1956 INTL School Bus 2 & 4 DOORS MONTCLAIR '63 / IJClf IMPALA. 4 door, hardtop,

.America's No. 1 piano and Thames : steering, radio heater Air.
organs are at Earl's Piano Co.
?Gainesville's evcluslve Wurlitzer Phone 21900 WAGONS' BREEZEWAYNO Factory Warrantee . . $2695
Dealer 702 W. University VAN TYPE Chevrolet truck, 12'
.Ave. Phone 372-2222.OEAGAN body in good shape, motor & PAH ft 4-door hardtop, auto. trans.,
tires fair. Would make excellent 63
school or orchestra home. Steel bells plates for camping truck. May an be in- GIMMICKS OR EXCEPTIONS. BE 0 UR GUEST AND TRY ONE OF THESE i Iillradio, heater, power steering,
spected at 224 SW 5th St. Air.
Factory warrantee. $
chromatic; range of 3 octaves. OAQC

Bargain. $Lyre-back ll Also mahogany piano chair.adjustable VOL truck K.S, low WAGON.mileage 1961., excellent Panel VOLKSWAGEN FINE CARS EQUIPPED WITH FORD'S OWN AIR CONDITIONER.Hot 4 to chose from. . . . /Jjrjj
.$20. Ph FR 2.8245.Automotive. condition. $1095. 503 SW 2nd Ave. convertible. Power steering,
Phone 3722151. deals on the hot car! That's the order of the day from your Mercury Man for the best 63 FORD automatic transmission,

80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 62 VW Sedan. Radio, trade in allowances around. Comet Sales are up a whopping 131 % in just a year! The hottestcar radio, heater, Air. 10,000 mile car. $4)yfAP

Y RENT a truck one-way anywhere with red leatherette inter- in the hot-car stable is the Comet Caliente. Here is elegance teamed up with Sports-car Factory Warrante . . . Zt V J ..
77 Mobile Homes for Sale in the USA. from United Rent- i ipr. Excellent condition. appeal. Choose your power from a couple of V.8s: i including the new Comet Cyclone Super I 2door, hardtop, Fury, automatic
1958 HICKS trailer & x 43'. with I' Alls 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2835 $1395 289 with 210 hp or select either of two economical "6's" Best of all is the price. Still in the 63 PLY transmission, power steering ;

'II"3 BR.X 30'furnished.cabana. Air Phone conditioned 376-7317 83 Motorcycles & Scooters compact range. Come in now while we're trading high! Yoy'll be glad you did. radio, heater,fl0,000 mile car. $07OC,

1957 VICTOR. 42 x 8'. Sleeps 7. 61 VW Sedan. Ruby red. Factory Warr ntee. . . .//D
Westinghouse washer. 1695. 1959 MO-PED. needs work. This is a solid vehicle IMMEDIATE 4-door
Spartan Imperial mansion, 36' $30 Phone FR 6-7317. car DELIVERY EASY TERMS ARRANGED 63 PLY sedan. Radio heater,
sleeps 6. $1295. 36' Office trailer. with many miles of eco- automatic
Air conditioned. Sale or rent. power
60 or Lambretta 63.
51395. 50 x 10 Hensley, 2 bedroom Mechanically excellent good nomical transportation re- steering. Factory Warrantee $
like new. $2795. 3 miles transportation Call FR 2.8426 maining. . .$1095 a 10,000 mile Z4Vi
.South of Starke, U.s. 301. or Univ. ext. 2355. eRA N E LINCOLN MERCURY car. . . .

Allstate, 1962. 1600 miles. $140. Impala. 2-dr. hardtop, radio, ;
63 (MEV
:VVYATTTrailer Call anytime FR 6-8566. 59 VW Karman con- heater, automatic
1949 with red interior -
Harley Davidson motor cycle vertible. Black $2595
74 cu. in. OHV. Runs fine. $175. Me- transmission power steering. .
white 406 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Sales .. Phone FR 6-7089 after 6 P.M. top. FR 2.4251HFRE'S 1100' Radio. $
A good 63 FIAT
MOTOR SCOOTER for sale 1963 chanically perfect. 1 295
heater . .
Home .
of .
Allstate Cruisaire
Pacemaker Mobile Homes Take up pay buy at . . .$1195
Shasta and Airstream ments. Phone 3762339. Mr. Bo- :'I Station auto
zarth 9 wagon trans.,
AM to 5 P.M. I 62 FORD
Travel Trailers
Ocala's First Mobile Home Dark power steering, $
60 VW Sedan. green. lftfr
Dealer Since 1948 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS and heater. . . . . . I 73ryrtf
.. 1923 Silver Springs Blvd. We sold this one new '
Phone Ocala.629.1358 Fla. SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au have serviced it since. II l 62 Jmpala, 4-door, sedan, auto-
tomotive repairs and LilCV matic
Immaculate condition. transmission, p o w e rsteering
Miller & Sons. 732 N.W. 1st St.
,FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES Phone 372-0080. $995 WHY radio, heater, '

*4820 NW 13th St. 441 South AIR CONDITIONING. Tune up air. . . $2195
$2.50 for
Gainesville 372.5113 test. All performance Sedan. One I Monza. 4-SPd.
makes and models. 59 VW owner. 62 CORY
-Hours 8 to 8. Sunday 11 to 7 Hawes Powers Motor Co., Air
Radio i
Service is a must with us. Excellent condition. $895 $
conditioning servicing Center.
FOR SALE OR RENT 204 N. Main St.. Phone FR 2. !I heater . . . . 169576I J

Newberry North on Trailer 41. $500 Park Down one$66 mile per .. 2561. 57 VW Sedan. Coral Red. SHAW and EETER HAS CORY AIR "700"I. Auto trans.>
month. Total $9900
Ora K. BallSPECIAL Radio. A clean car. $695 radio i ; $

THIS WEEK 1955 Chev heater. . . . . . 1295
\V Wide used mobile home, 61 VW Station Wagon. 3 NEW UNITS IN '/ 4-door, standard trans01 -
targe lot. 2895. 1 Mile S. of FALCON
,Paynes Prairie. For appointment 6 Cylinder full seats. Runs and looks SOLD 40 mission, radio, $ .

call FR WE 63052.BUY Standard Transmission good . . .$1395' THE 1ST 15 DAYS OF heater. . . . . 1295 :

1955 FordFAIRLAME I Bill I A/I AM Minx 14,000 actual
-Top USED dollar MOBILE paid phone HOMES 376-0571. 62 PORSCHE super 90.. MONTH / ;\i iles. Local owner.

,2 .and 1964 NOW 3 MOBILE bedrooms SHOWING HOMES all Floor White Blaupunkt with radio red, headrest.interior. 1. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED! you Cleanest will ever 40 Model.uutomcbile. . . .$TQC V3

Plarjs. Terms tailored to meet 1958 CadAIR Only 12,544 miles. $3595 '59 IIEV Bel Aire, 4-door, Hardtop, 6
-youe budget. Drive a little and
savf'a lot et CONDITIONED I cylinder, standard $

", CONNOLLYMobile transmission radio, heater. . 895 '
Home Sales. Inc. 1958 Pont 162 New Ford's, Falcon's, Mustang's T-Bird's and Trucksto / Station
2 Miles North on U. S. 441 v wagon. Extra
Phone 622-8166 I : FORD $795
Closed Sundays STATION WAGON Miller choose from. You save hundreds of dollars. clean car. .
I I 57 FORD 2-door, V-8, $'

COOPERAUTO 6th Street < standard trans. 595
Brown uses | /PA 4-door
fUCIf sedan. Standardtransmission
.- 2. ,CONTEST! 3Q vFlEV 6
BOAT TOP & SEATS Motors 1030 E. CABS $695
cylinder. Local
MADE OR REPAIRED Univ. Ave. owner. Cream Puff. .
2031 NW 6th St. 2031 N.W. 6th St. FR 2-3582 V-8 Standard trans.
376-4661 $495
Nice car. .
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I talking to themselves. O 15 Unique Sports Car features

0 Racing style engine

BRAND 0 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline

3. WE NEED USED CARS! j 9 5,000 mile service inleS1495

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I The Auto Game Barkley's The Nome"

I I 2201 N. MAIN ST.

6-passenger sedan at We offer low low 6% financing on all new & used cars. FR 2-4373 OPEN SUN. 1-5

never before price. . We handle it all No red tape, no delay!

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$2038 Serving Northcentral "Satisfied Customers Per Month :
Florida Since 1924
x Our- Most Important Asset

f '* I Including: License tag, state sales tax, life
i AT RIDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax & Tag. 1 1't Hague {: al I insurance, and finance charges.
' Motors has :. ass.
Ridgway put their entire inventory on special sale! : -
't If you have been thinking about a new car I I :

this is your chance to save big!! I II Tropical Pontiac

'61 FALCON Automatic
wagon. 60
RAMBLER overdrive
wagon ,
302 NW 8th Are. FR )
transmission radio heater. $995 radio, heater. . . .$995 I 2-283
I 61 RAMBLER american 4 door 59 PLYMOUTH 9 pass. wagon.

wagon, automatic .'. .$945 Automatic radio heater. $795
64 RAMBLER wagon automatic 59 RAMBLER wagon. Automatic .ti..i.Vv !

radio, heater, air. Executive radio heater. . .$895 r .::::::::;:;:; Value Rated 'DODGE-DART :

car. . . BIG SAVINGS 59 BUICK wagon. Automatic. Used Cars DODGE TRUCKS 7

62 RAMBLER American wagon. radio heater, power 'iwtktdt't.Opy /.

Heater. . '. -$1245 steering . . ... .$ 95RIDGWAY OPEN TIL 9 16G MOTOR CO. J POOLE-GABLE :

PHONE FR 6-5371 Archer i::t@ i rir'.t.; Cadillac Oldsmobile 119 SE First Aft.. ,..
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Factory air. Fully equipped. Low I
mileage one owner, In. factory! :,

I I' warranty.MONZA. 5.504 Coupe.GMAC 4 speed financing shift. l'. 1. QUALITY

gifts"NO Bucket seats, radio, heater foldingrear I
seat. One Owner, 15,200 miles $ 995 SALE-!
in factory warranty. 5-5% GMAC I I
financing.; : j
CHEVROLET. Impala sedan heater, i !
auto. trans., 6 cylinder. White & $2195
turquoise. One owner, 13,600
miles in factory warranty. . t J That's right. We are offering for the first time in the history

1962 MODELS j jI 3. PRICENORTH of Northcentral Florida a 48 hour money back guarantee -

CAMPAIGNS I CADILLAC. Sedan De Ville. Factory': ,, on any 1960 thru 1964 model automobile. Our cars are

: air.tion.Choice Outstanding of three.values.In top A condi-sound $3 795 CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LOWEST thoroughly teconditioned and well above the average. We

investment in motoring pleasure
guarantee satisfaction by extending this unbelievable war
owner. Electric windows & seat. .. $3495 ranty.

OLDSMOBILE. 88 Holiday sedan.

... ,.HONEST brakes.Factory .air. .,. .Power. . steering. . .&. $2495 I 1963 FORD !] CONVERTIBLES '

OLDSMOBILE. 98 Holiday sedan. r rj,
DEALS ON Factory air, full power. White & $2595 Fairlane 500, 4-door radio, heater air '63 T-BIRD '63 FORD

light greenPONTIAC. . . . . I tioning. V-8, Solid white. White walls. .. condiS 1745 t low Cany mileage loaded one with owner extras, new Including set wsw factory tires.sir, Conv.like new Galaxie whit V-8.with AT red, PS.interior.R &H, low miles,

Bonneville. Hardtop se
: ;' dan. Factory air. Power windows & $2495 $3995 $2895
QualityAutomobiles seat. Very attractive interior. 1963 FORD
solid vinyl seats . . . '62 CHEVROLET '63 VALIANT

Falrlane, 4-door wagon. V-8 radio, heater. COny. white with red Interior., AT., PS R & Conv. 6 cyl. std. transmission, R & H, low
1961 MODELS FordS 1 1895 H, 12,000 actu=t rri'es and I Ik new miles, white finish with red bucket seats.
CADILLAC. Convertible. Factory o-matic, power steering dark green, white $2295 $2195
air. White with black leather
I :. terior. In excellent condition. $2995
,., ,I I owner. . . . . . 1962 FORD '62 CADILAC '63 CORVAIRConv.
: CADILLAC. Conv., Beautiful white leather Interior with\ ., AT., R H, white with blue leather Interior
; '63 ,BUICK Sedan De Ville. Factory bucket seats & red carpeting, completely equipped and bucket seats like new
"Electra;:' "22- 4 door sedan fac air. Fully equipped. .... ....... $2995 Convertible. V-8, power steering, radio, heater, Including' one In $2395Air
Jury air power steering, power Jcruise-o-matic, white top, body light blue. White $1995 $3895'

.brakes.,Jic. transmission radio heater, beige, automa-outside OLDSMOBILE. Super 88. Hardtop Iwolls. . . . . . . . . .
and..In. Plenty' of room. sedan. Power steering & brakes.

L: $3695' I holstry Metallic .green.. . .Beautifully. . . .up-. $1895 1962 CHEVROLET4door ConditionedCars
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I I6.3 I FORD. Galaxie hardtop sedan. V-8. Power steering, radio, heater,
i -' BUICK ; tory air Power steering. .....Fac$1295 outoS 1495 '
: matic transmission. Tutone blue and white. '63 CADILLAC2dr 59 CHEVROLET
.Cpectal. Deluxe 4 door< sedan Impala 4-dr. hardtop completely original Inside
V I, RAMBLER. American hardtop, 62 series completely loaded ,
Automatic. transmission sedan. Radio interior, low and out factory air, PS AT. R & H -tone
beige finish. Plenty of fac heater 6 cylinder. 38,100 miles. factory air, solid white blue.
torywarranty- left. Sharp. Long on gas mileage. . $895 1961 VOLKSWAGEN miles new tires. .
.$2195 0.Year $4995 $1395
; .
,- r j .: Convertible. Radio, heater, white top over yellow. S 1145 '62 CHEVROLET
Impala 4-dr. hardtop. factory air, PS, R t H,
Volkswagen t 59 CADILLAC I ligth blue, wsw tires.

''Vinyl. '' '.jferlor.You must AIR see CONDITIONED. it to- 1 GW Warranty factory Fleetwooddr.air,VerV sedan.clean, white fully with loaded blue Including top and $2295
,:believe If. 1961 TRUIMPH blue interior.

$1695] 1960 MODELS "I $2095 '62 CHEVROLETImpala 4-dr sedan, factory air, PS AT., heater

I I tory CADILLAC.air. Loaded Fleetwood with deluxe sedan. Fac-fea- Convertible. Radio, heater, light grey finish. S 1195 I WSW tires solid beige & tan interior.

'62 JAGUAR : tures. Outstanding buy on this fine $25 9S $2195Galaxie
'XKE 2 door.hardtop model. 4 '' model. . . .. . . 60 4-dr. hardtop, AT., R &H, factory air.
Jn .&he. floor and full of go. 'I'I CADILLAC. Sedan. 1960 COMET solid blue with original blue Interior. '64 FORD
: $3895 :: Power windows and seat Factory......air.. $2495 $1295 Galaxte R &H, 3000"500"dr.actual. miles sedan,,brand factory new air condition PS AT,
I f
*.4door. Heater, Ford-o-matic tutone white over new car warranty.
$995 .
'61 BUICK Factory air. White.88 Excellent.station wagon.Room $1 if red, white . . . . i CADILLAC $3495

Special deluxe. 4 door sedan, I I & comfort. . . . . 5 95 I ;060' I Sedan 63 Deville completely equIpped. factory air, '62 CHEVROLETImpala

automatic radio and .transmlssloiheater, low,, low air i OLDSMOBILE. Super 88 sedan. CHEVROLET4door. white with black interior. coupe AT., PS R & H, factory air new
mileage only. Power steering & brakes. The $4995 tires, like new condition throughout.
I formance comfort per$1495
$1695 bio carCHEVROLET.. .stability. . . Heater, air conditioning, powerglide : $2395

I Station wagon. solid white. . . . . . . . $995 I
'60 BUICK nomical 6. Standard shift. ...Eco$1195 j

'4 door sedan full power Including 1959 OLDSMOBILE4door. WARRANTY
air Turquoise with 1959 MODELS
white top.
$1395 : CADILLAC. Sedan De Ville. Factory Automatic transmission, power brakes 895 I i Get any other dealers offer to trade. John

;, air. Full power.OLDSMOBILE. .............. 1995 j power steeirng, radio, heater. Solid white. . S I guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,

and condition being equal. Why not
60 BUICK Super 88 hardtop p year
sedan. Factory air. Power MERCURY I, Gainesville Auto
windows $1195 1959 hundreds of dollars at
Wagon steering power
brakes, radio power, heater, automatic Cr seat. Very sharp. . . . i save

summer transmission..Justvacation. right for BUICK. LeSabre 4-door., hardtop. Automatic transmission. radio, I Sales.
sedan. 7 95
; Factory air. $1095 S
$1495 heater, power steering, power brakes. Tutone
white over blue. . . . . . .
CHEVROLET. Impala hardtop sedan.

'. '59 BUICK V8. Power steering. ... ..... .. $995 1958 OLDSMOBILE -

4 door sedan. Radio. heater --
mist automatic with transmission.white top. Rose I coupe.CHRYSLER.Factory New air. Many Yorker hardtop $ 95 J Fiesta Wagon. Power steering, power brakes, 645 i ,Station Wagons
$895 extras. ? II automatic transmission, air conditioning. Tan S|

PONTIAC. Star M and Tan . . . . . . . '63 CHEVROLET '62 CORVAIR
Chief hrdtp sedan. .. with AT. VGreenbrlar wgn very clean and equipped withR
i10 Bel-Air /- 6 pass. equipped
One owner. 47.700 miles. 9S I 1957 FORD4door R & H, new set wsw tires and very dean. fc H, wsw tires.
59 MERCURY __ $1795
4 door hardtop power steering $2695
power brakes radio. heater. 1958 MODELS Fairlane 500. Radio, .
I automatic transmission.NO power steer$245 WILLYS '62 OLDSMOBILEWagon
$695 OLDSMOBILE. 98 convertible. ing, Ford-o-matic, Tan and tan. . 57 R & H. new paint, very good: tires. "88" > pass wgn., AT., PS, R 1 H, complete
I i Leather seatsOLDSMOBILE.. .......... ... $695 leather Interior,
$495 $$2495

DOWN : tioner ......::.a.n...air.. .condi-695: I IY '56 CHEVROLET '-,- '61 MERCURY
PAYMENT V-r. AT R & H, new'paint
i 210 4-dr. wagon ,
mechanical cond., very clean through. Monterey wgn. V4. AT. P$ R & H. a
| good ,
leather Y.
ful black finish with red and white
I 'IMPERIAL Southampton htop sed. out.
58 PONTIAC terior.
-4 door sedan automatic trans- I Air conditioner. ..... . ".. $8 95 $595 :i: '
mission, radio, heater, power $1795
leering, good condition I
$595 : PLYMOUTH. Sedan air conditioner. ( '63 CHEVROLET '59 OPEL
transmission heat.
Biscayne wagon 6 cyl. std. ,
and low mileage. Sta. wagon. heater -" er new tires e'en condition and '
-' --'58 BUICK 1957 MODELS $2295 $59S
I CADILLAC. Fleetwood
Jdoor hardtop. green and sedan. I
white, power steering power i tory air. Top luxury model. ...Fae$895 Ali WARg A ,

.brakes:: $595 1 I, SPORTS CARS .

:: ,I OLDSMOBILE. Sedan. Air. cond. .. $3 95 '64 CORVETTE '
: : Stingray cpe.. factory air, PS, PB AT, R & H.
4 56 BUICK i many other EXtras. 1200 miles. local car.
iZdoor hardtop red and black
2-dr. hardtop. electric windows, seats, factory $4995
I :: $395 i i CADILLAC. Coupe De Ville., Air i air, AT., PS PB, 23.000 actual miles, |lust like..

cond. .... .... ..... ......... 445 new inside & out. '62 CORVETTE
: - Per'' 4-specd, both tops R 4 H, clean condition.

:-57.: Cadillac loaded Month$42 i CADILLAC. Sedan. Rough: .. .. .. $100 & $2995
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J57. Plymouth $28 OLDSMOBILE. 88 Sedan. Very 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales
57 Dodge 2 door sharp. Black. In good $495
very condition. 1. Low down
--hardtop ...... $17 : or no payment

37-Wagon Chevrolet...Station... $34 1955 MODELS KEETER 2.3. We Lowest stand monthly behind payments our automobiles

6 Buick ...... $21 : CADILLAC. Sedan. ............ $200OLDS. 1j fi\\ i'i:

'56 Olds .. .... $20 1 GAINESVillE AUTO SALESOPEN

Ford V-8..... $34 ..
39 : 88 Sedan. Rough. .. ... $99 i'.'
I I II .. DEALER SINCE 1924"t. : 'TIL 9 Across from the Shopping Center ,
6 standard shift. .. $150"CHEVROLET. :,
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