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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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I Sun: Receives. IL-: 1 I Ponders Johnson Burns Nixes Meeting




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ST. AUGUSTINE The Gainesville Son captured five t

individual awards second only to the Miami News in VietNamRockefeller '

the 1963 news and picture contest of the Florida Associated

Press and Florida Daily Newspaper Associations.A High acetoFace'

panel of 10 newspaper executives from throughout the

country chose winners of awards in 16 categories. The

awards were presented Friday night at a banquet high- Charge Denied "--'"
lighting the annual meeting of the associations. .

Twelve newspapers won first place awards. WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- ,' ,- 1
Sun writers took honors in
depth I dent Johnson met with his top AccusesFoe

reporting, spot news reporting, strategists again Saturday in
public service, editorials and shaping an expanded
up program
sports as follows: of U. S. aid in South Viet Can't: Stand Heat'sWEST

Nam's tough war against Red Of'Tricks'
HAROLD RUMMEL First guerrillas.

Place in Depth Reporting for a At the same time, a high State
series entitled "Needed Municipal Department official took issue PALM' BEACH '(AP)) labeling him the "NAACP can- state president of the NAACP to

Improvements;" Third Place, Spot t> 1 with New York Gov. Nelson A. Mayor,Robert King High of Mi- didate." attend a Burns birthday party.

News Reporting for story, "Po- Rockefeller's renewed charge ami said Saturday night that High said, "Now that this complicity
In the face of "incontrovertible -
liceman Kidnapper," and Third that the American people are Haydon"Burns' refusal to schedule is exposed the people can
evidence that he the
Place in Public Service for serieson not being told the full story any more face-to-face meetings sought decide for themselves. As Har-
support of the NAACP prior to WEST PALM BEACH (AP-
"Home Repair Racket about Viet Nam. The Republican with him showed that Burns"can't ry Truman once said, 'If youcan't
Rummel the runoff, Mr. Burns now Mayor Haydon Burns said Sat-
tI made the state- stand the heat." stand the heat, stay out of
governor chooses not to debate the mat- he
urday would refuse to
the kitchen appearon
} ment Friday after receiving a High, who flew to West Palm
ter," the Mayor of Miami said. the same platform with
special administration briefingfor Beach after a direct meeting "Apparently Mr. Burns can'tstand Mayor
candidates for presidential with Burns at Cocoa'Beach, said Burns said he would not debate the heat." Robert King High of Miami

i nomination. the Jacksonville mayor had in- High after the Cocoa Beach Burns was scheduled to appear during the rest of the gubernatorial

._ H. G. (BUDDY) DAVIS-Seeond George W. Ball, undersecre- troduced the race issue into encounter, where High produceda on a television pro- campaign.
Place for editorial series on Racial tary of state said "I think the their gubernatorial campaign by post card invitation to the (See HIGH on Page'2A) Burns accused High of "trick

Demonstration. American public has been givena ery, false presentations and cre-
ations false "
very full picture of what's going of issues.
on" and "I frankly don't un- Summertime: Family Fun Burns' declaration here fol-

derstand what Gov. Rockefellermeans lowed their third face-to-face

by that statement." ''l !!_ -4I. meeting, this one at Cocoa
Davis Johnson conferred for about 30 Beach, where High once again

minutes at the White House with sought to turn the label of

Secretary of State Dean Rusk "NAACP candidate" to Burns.

and Secretary of Defense Rob- Burns said there would be two
JOE HALBERSTEIN h I r d ert S. McNamara. The same of- exceptions to his refusal to meet

Place in Sports Writing for "North ficials were at a White House y High directly previously

Carolina's Victory Over Air Forcein meeting Friday with congressional scheduled meetings May 24 and

the Gator Bowl" leaders in which McNa- I : the Monday before election
-- -
mara reported on his recent g $ night.

Viet Nam visit and Johnson indicated "Since the first primary, not
he would seek increased an utterance in his (High's)
.
Nt nBmraagiay.vvx-jKfc.-c assistance. r platform has been in keeping
II Halberstein I 11 Presidential with his first
press secretary F primary plat-
George Reedy made no an- : form," Burns told a receptionat
Reporters Martin Waldron and Jack Nease of the St. nouncement of the outcome of E \ !i a West Palm Beach hotel.

Petersburg Times won first place 'in ,the Public Service Saturday's meeting, but indicated 4 : "He has engaged in trickery
category of the contest. The award was given for the same an administration request to t false presentations and creationof

reporting that won the Times a Pulitzer Prize earlier this Congress for further funds will false issues which have no

month for a Florida Turnpike Authority expose. be made shortly.Planes. a. relation to the campaign for

First place in spot news reporting for papers of .more selecting a governor of this

than 35,000 circulation went in a tie to the Florida Times- Dive state.
; Union of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Journal. "I refuse henceforth to appearon
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.... (See AWARDS on Page 9AJ, __ / the same platform with a r !

3 ... ... ... .. "' ... .... Into To' n man teristics who and displays attitudes the of charac-Robert

King High."
VIENNA, Austria (AP) A f q
At the Cocoa Beach
: H meeting,
Condemns Action collision at 2,000 feet plungedtwo a "
light U. S.-made Austrian High displayed a post card he
said the Burns' Blitzers had sent
planes into downtown Vienna as
Rutledge Pearson, state press
burning wrecks Saturday., All
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dent of the NAACP him
: Of School Board their seven occupants were It's the time to pack the whole family into the car and off to the beach, the lake, to Burns' inviting
killed. Flying debris damaged the old swimming hole-any place where the kids can laugh at mommy because birthday party.
buildings and parked cars, but she doesn't know she's having her picture taken with telephoto lens. (Sun Photo Burns said the card was Intended

School board member T. E. voted to adopt Manning's rec- nobody on the ground was hit. by Eddie Davis.) to be sent in an envel-

Simmons of Archer rapped ommendation. Opposing the re- One plane, a Piper with two ope and had never been posted.
But High said the card bore
board members in a statement appointment of Porter were aboard narrowly missed a a
issued late Friday concerningthe Chairman G. Hugh Williams crowd of several hundred postmark and a cancellation.At .
Here I
appointment of Earl Deck Dale Smith and Willard Williams screaming theatergoers.It -'California their previous meeting,
the roof of High said Burns had received a
.. Thursday to replace the last named making grazed an apart ,
R alph tN ri the motion to disapprove thesuperintendent's ment building and tumbled intoa $500 contribution from a Brow-
recommendation courtyard just across the r ard Official of the NAACP.
direc- "
:, Porter as street from the ,Josefstadt The- Come / Burns at first denied, then ack-
tor of administrative Says Rock..r
nowledged the contribution.
,
ater where
serv- The action was decided in an people were liningup ,
executive session and then 'announced for a performance.The Burns has been calling High
ices.Deck other plane, a Cessna "- -- the "NAACP candidate."
to the
hir- public.
was carrying five people, hit an PORTLAND, Ore. AP-His) ,I Scranton of Pennsylvania 4,020. In making the two exceptionsabout
ed by the board William S. (Tiny) Talbot, who apartment house a mile away in'the smashing victory in Oregon cast Rockefeller led with 33 per future encounters, Burns
Elated After
effective Dee. was elected to be the next sup- Neubau District said he his word to make
smashingin Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller in cent of the Republican vote, as gave
i 1. Under the arrangements- erintendent, was present at the the roof and setting it afire. a potential giant-killer role Sat Oregon Victory he had done since the polls joint appearances with High

meeting Thursday. Police said both planes had urday in his battle with Sen. closed. Lodge had 27 per cent, May 24 and May 25, electioneve.
\ Porter will re- Simmons Simmons made the following been cruising over the'city. Barry Goldwater of Arizona in Goldwater 18, Nixon 17, Smith .

maui as asSISt-his rate statement to the Sun late Friday On Neubaugasse, crowds of California's GOP presidential M. Nixon 43,073; Senator Mar- 3 and Scranton.2.At "I am honoring my word," he
ant to Deck at present : shoppers screamed and rushedfor primary. garet Chase Smith of :Maine stake in California are 86 said. "I will be there, distasteful
until he is eligible to retire
of pay "I, along with about 11,600 cover as the Cessna trailing The New York governor punc- 7,445; and Gov. William W. (See OREGON on Page 2A) as the presence of the other
in April, 1965. other citizens of Alachua Coun- black smoke, slammed into the tured the myth of Henry'Cabot gentleman will be."

By a 3-2 vote, the board over- ty who voted for Mr. Talbot be- apartment, opposite a crowded Lodge's party popularity. He I I -X 1x I Before his declaration, Burns

rode Superintendent E. D. Man- lieve he should be at the headof cafe. virtually eliminated the U.S. was accompanied intoV es t

ning's recommendation that our school system as of the ambassador to South Viet Nam Palm Beach by a 100-car motor-

Porter be rehired for anoth e r second Thursday in January. I Panel Talks from presidential nomination GOP Is TurnedTopsyTurvy cade. Many of the cars con-

year. Porter had announced voted to adopt Mr. Manning's contention by winning Oregon's tained former supporters of

about a year ago that he intended recommendation that Mr. Por- Slated On 18 convention votes handily in Fred O. Dickinson ofV est

I to retire about April ter be reappointed, because I Friday's balloting.If Palm Beach, who carried 68 per
1965. understood that Mr. Talbot'concurred School IssuesThree he now could take the meas- cent of the county vote in the

Simmons and Lester Hod g e in this. ure of Goldwater in their headon -. ;; first primary. Dickinson has

"The board created a new newly-elected county clash in the June 2 California thrown his support to Burns.
job without the recommendation officials William S. (Tiny) primary, Rockefeller might well 2 'tw Unrk miwlI'
.
Baby Hurled of the Talbot, Jasper Joiner and J. stop Goldwater's head-long rushto By JOSEPH A. LOFTUS *
superintendent '
Pierce Smith will discuss acquire the 655 convention LOS ANGELES The race for the Republican presidential nomination -
"I feel the of
to appointment a school problems as panel guestsat votes needed for the party nom- was topsy-turvy Saturday because Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller -
Mr. Porter should
Off RooftopNEW have successor been left to Mr. Talbot the final meeting this yearof ination to; oppose President who at first did not succeed, tried, tried again. High AppearsHere
the P. K. Yonge PTA Tues- Johnson. New York's chief executive stumped the experts,
when he takes office in Janu-
YORK (AP-A 14-year- day at 8 in the: school auditor- With 3,009 of Oregon's 3,251 including a lot of professional politicians, who are TuesdayGubernatorial
old boy was arrested Saturdayon ary. This action by the board soberly trying to sort out the pieces that went into Analysis:
counted here was the
could be unlawful and it is not precincts ,
ium.Talbot What TheIn
the astounding Rockefeller victory in Oregon.
charges of hurling a baby to candidate
idea of the democratic will be the new school presidential preference vote: Mayor -
its death from the roof of a four- my national terms, the central questions were News
Joiner Rockefeller 84,835 Lodge 70- Robert King High of Miami
;
I think it was unnecessary superintendent, w a selected
process.
these Was the governor's victory soundly based?
story Brooklyn apartment house unethical and uncalled for. to the School Board and 415; Goldwater 44,994; Richard'NIXON Means will speak here Tuesday at
Has the divorce and remarriage issue run its
because the child's 9-year-old *' Smith was re-elected as County 12:40 at the Municipal Airport.
1 also believe
the three- LMBMMVMBwhere
course? Can be perform the Oregon feat else-
sexual ad
sister resisted his whirlwind cam-
Tax Assessor. High on a
month period from the time Mr. 'or was this the result of an unusual con-
vances. New officers for the coming paign of the state for the gov
Talbot takes office in January fluence of political crosscurrents?
It was the second such rooftop will be installed during the HELPED'c ernor's chair, will arrive by air
until April 22, when Mr. Porteris year The people puzzling over these questions most intensely perhaps,
murder in Brooklyn in 17 business meeting. AU parentsare and visit here for about 30 minutes
scheduled retire
to would were the managers of the Henry Cabot Lodge campaign. They
months. Several weeks ago, a invited to attend. ( ) New York Times officials of his Alachua
have been ample time to traina had assembled here to share temporarily the wealth of their expected -
16-year-old boy was sentenced to replacement. Mr. Porter him- AVALON, Calif. Sen. Barry Oregon victory with Governor Rockefeller so that he, in behalf County headquarters announced

life imprisonment for throwinga self expressed this opinion to To Probe Land Goldwater Saturday'contended of all the moderates and the liberals in the Republican Party, yesterday.
9-year-old girl from a 14-story the board Thursday." that the Oregon primary elect could knock the conservative Sen. Barry Goldwater out of contention.This .

building because she refused to Talbot declined to commenton Sales Business tion results probably helped would be accomplished, if the ,strategy worked, in the California -

promise not to tell that he had the affair, but indicated former Vice President RichardM. primary on June 2. Since there is no way,to vote for Lodge in -

;raped her. may have something to say la- WASHINGTON (AP-A Sen- Nixon "more'than any other that primary, the Lodge managers would urge their followers to WHERETO

In the .new case, police said ate subcommittee will look into person." vote for Rockefler for, the strategic purpose of eliminating the Arizona ,
the boy entered the apartment ter."I have no statement to make the mail order land sales business Goldwater, who is quietly senator. FIND IT

:of Mr.'and Mrs. Julio Sanchez, publicly at this time over the in three days of bearings angry at reports that Gov. Nelson Later the Lodge.and Rockefeller forces, and others, could fight it

t who had left their four children proceedings Thursday concerning next week. Rockefeller and Henry Cabot out in the national convention.For Area . . . 1C

asleep while they visited next Mr. Porter, but I will have Chairman Harrison A. Wile Lodge supporters had been this contest, after aD, is not just a battle for the White House. Classified . 5C-9C

door. something to say when I take liams, D-N J., said witnesseswill attempting to combine to stop It is a struggle between two opposing philosophies for control of the Comics . . 4C

The boy, who lives in the office in January," he said. be heard from at least nine his nomination, said: Republican Party and for thousands elective posts below the national Markets . . 06
dead Movies . . 2C
California Ore- "If I dropped today, leveL
states-Nevada, ,
held as a Porter has been in public
neighborhood was Obituaries . . 2A
New York Ne Rockefeller just can't get the The decision in the July convention in San Francisco will determine 0
w
Arizona
-juvenile offender on charges of school education for about 25 gon, Opinion Page . 4A
direction and influence of the party for at
nomination. the doctrine ,
homicide, burglary and kidnap- years as teacher, principal and Jersey and Texas. Sports . . 0105Women's
in November e
ing. Because of Ids, age, he is administrator. He has been .in The hearing sare scheduled on And he said the ,Oregon results least. four years. no matter'who,wins the White House .. n. 1B8Bof"

not subject to the death penalty. his present position for about Monday! Tuesday and Wednesday. had "punctured. the bubble" ," ,., ...
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--.. votes. If he could win them. maintained his availability for .

.., IIACIt KHAY, Laos (AP) Rockefeller could expect, for the the nomination by pacing Gold- Oi". "TAP>>) -
YORK (AP) Four! riages in the fourth month. One \'-- \.... Prince Souphanouvong, titular first time since his divorce and water closely in the Oregon Most of the public opinion polls
women now have babies conceived had miscarried three times B C E F H Mostly fair .::. ; chief of the pro Communist remarriage to the divorced vote. Nixon has carefully avoided -I that tried to predict the

with use of deep-frozen with nonfrozen sperm. Sunday. High in the 80s. i 1 ,. Pathet Lao, says the Pathet Lao mother of four children, that he offending Goldwater backersin Oregon primary result .apparently -
sperm cells, a medical team reThe techniquemay prove use- Mostly northeast and east .. el.tlUote \___ will reject Prince Souvanna could make a serious challengefor the hope of inheriting the missed the mark, 'including .

ported Saturday. ful in establishing human sperm winds eight to 15 miles per 'I.-" \ 1= \\ Phouma as coalition premier of the nomination.The senator's supporters if anything I one bought by Rockefeller -
The donor sperm had been banks to aid childless couples,1 hour. E\ \ Laos if Souvanna maintains that practical elimination of happens to Goldwater. I campaign forces and

preserved at a Fahrenheit temperature said Perloff, Dr. Emil Steinberg-: A Clear to partly cloudy through :--7-I ;: he is the leader of right-wing Lodge as a potential nominee Thus he would stand to benefit never released to the public.
of 320 degrees below er of Einstein Center and Jerome Sunday night. High 80 to 84.O \'_" and neutralist factions.At 'acted also to make a Goldwater in that manner if Rockefeller A poll done by Warren Wa-
zero: .for as long as 5% months. K. Sherman, Ph. D., of theThen 83. Northeasterly- Mostly fair winds Sunday.10 to High 15 miles"r \\ I i':' victory in California more value should knock Goldwater out of terhouse of Portland was

it was thawed and the University of Arkansas School of per hour.G .Partly cloudy through Sunday '. a news conference held in able to the senator than if he the nomination in California. bought by Rockefeller, Reliable
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volunteer women were artifiMedicine in Little Rock. with a few scattered afternoon show- -. this Pathet Lao headquarters
H ,-. were defeating a contender who Despite the meager showing sources indiqated that this poll
ers. High 89 to 88. Northeast and east \ north-central Laos Souphanouvong '
ally inseminated. Other researchers have reported winds five to 15 miles per hour.J :\0..1. ladn't won a contested primary, their candidate made in Oregon, showed Rockefeller trailing
, .Their own husbands are un- the birth of normal babies High-middle Mostly 80s.fair Northeast through and Sunday.east cut.... indicated that by becom- while a shadow candidate stood where no campaign was made Lodge, but the margin was-not

able to produce sperm. with sperm preserved at winds KPartly eight to cloudy 15 miles through per Sunday hour. ing the leader of the newly neutralistand an- by untouched. for him, backers kept Scranton,known.

Each baby is apparently perfectly the temperature of dry ice, or with a few widely scattered showers. T O? tt3l, nounced merger of Should he take Rockefeller's available for the nomination in The only pollster who came
normal, Dr. William H about 100 degrees below zero. High 15 miles 85.per Mostly hour.easterly winds ten to right.w ng factions, Souvanna -measure, Goldwater would be case there is a convention dead close to seeing the Rockefeller

Perloff of the Albert Einstein The new freezing technique ALMANAC actually was dominated by able to say that he had beater lock. That's the only condition upset was San Lubell. In a

Medical" Center, Philadelphia, using liquid nitrogen offers ant Sunset today .. ..... 7:17 GAINESVILLE WEATHER the rightist revolutionary com- the man who had beaten the Scranton has said would inter- column published earlier this
the American Society for improved and'simplified method Sunrise tomorrow':::::-.---: 5-15 a.m.Municipal: : Airport readings mittee which staged the April man who had seemed to offer est him in heading the ticket. week he said there was a major

the-Study of Sterility, meeting which aIIQws the storage of semen Moonset First Quarter tomorrow tomorrow,:.a........., 7:43 1.17 a.m.am. Saturday: High 81 at 3 p.m., 19 coup d'etat.Souphanouvong. the party's moderates their best Warren J. Sinsheimer, head of shift under way among Ore-

ID Bal Harbour,.Fla, for indefinite periods of The Moon the Earth completes In 27 one days,revolution 7 hours low 59 at 5 a.m. No rain.around said that Sou- chance to keep a conservativefrom the National Scranton for Presi- gon voters and Rockefeller

_Two other women had miscartime, Perloff said. and 43 minutes and tonight appears TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE vanna "says he is representing becoming the nominee. dent Committee, said in New "must be given at least an out-
the near Moon the. star.will Regulus.again be On seen June nearRcgului. U. Jacksonville High 77 Low M Preclp. the two parties. If he (Souvanna -i Under such circumstances the York his group will not join any side chance of winning."

Miami $1 72 ) says that he represents also California contest seemed likely coalition to support Rockefellerin
MARINE FORECAST Tampa Atlanta, 78 87 52 78 the right-wing faction, we will to have a compelling influenceon the California primary. He Soviet Test ;

'EAST GULF: Easterly winds 10 to New Boston Orleans 83 79 56 46 reject him as premier" of the' the convention that opens expressed hope that the results I

UttuartcINEZ 15 knots through Sunday. Fair. Washington New York 79 76 50 51 troika style coalition. I July 13 in San Francisco. there "will not foreclose an i UPPSALA, Sweden (AP-
"
CEDAR KEY TIDES Chicago. 77 55 .cO Rockefeller told a New York open national convention. Institutionhere
Sunday High at 7:05 am. and Kansas City 87 66 "The premier must be a neutralist -, ;The Seismologic
I 5:09p.m.. Low at 11:21 a.m. Denver 89 47 de City news conference he won in In an unspectacular Demo registered Saturday what I ,
Monday High at 8 24 and Worth 85 63 Souphanouvong .
am. Ft.
cratic in Presi-
with of "for- primary Oregon,
OWENS Gainesville; one son, Lt. ClydeW. *-41 p.m. Low at 1.05 a.m. and iDlp.m. Los Angeles 71 52 clared. Oregon a program probably was a Soviet under- j
Funeral services will be held Jones, U. S. Navy, Virginia Seattle 68 46 I ward looking, responsible Re dent Johnson gave the Republicans -ground nuclear test in the low-

t I tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Jones- Beach, Va.; four sisters, Mrs. publicanism." He said the vote notice he has some strong er kiloton class.G&ncsviflc.
ville Baptist Church for Mrs. 0. Z. Perinis of Tarpon Springs; showed Goldwater's positions on support in the Pacific North-

Inez Hathcox Owens,-50,.of Virginia Mrs. Helen Owens of Alachua; Burns' Postcard InvitationTo many major issues "do not reflect -west. Unopposed on the ballot, : Sun
Beach, Virginia. Mrs. Ora Lee Craig of Gaines the thinking of a great majority Johnson polled up 214,727 votes i I
of Republican voters." in returns from 2,925 of the I Published evenings erxept
\;.Mrs. Owens died Thursday at ville; and Mrs. Flavia Krugh of
U. S. Naval Hospital l. fa Sodus Mich. and three grand Rockefeller said that in Call state's 3,251 precincts.In Saturday. and Sunday rnorn-
the ;
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the Gainesville Pub
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r 'ngs by
Portsmouth, Va. A resident of children.. NAACP Cited by HighCOCOA fornia he would do "just whatI Multnomah County (Portland lishing Company at 101 SE
Qainesville until six months ago, have done in Oregon go to ) Johnson polled 84,672 on 2nd Place. Gainesville Florida.
she was a member of the Jones-I Jones-Johnson Funeral Home the people and talk to them an incomplete count of ballots' and entered as second class
is in; charge. I which showed 16,245 write-ins matter at the Post Offict at
ville Baptist Church. Mrs. Owens BEACH 0(AP-A postcard inee, Rep. Charles Holley of Pi- "Here is a postcard that went about the problems we face.1tRockefeller Robert F. Ken 'I Gainesville. Florida.CIRCULATION .
was born in, Newberry.The DAWN BROOKS invitation to Haydon Burns' nellas County, took part, the through the mails addressed to obviously benefit- for Atty. Gen. ;
RATES BY
Rev. George"J. Stevens bir&day ball addressed to the main show in a huge circus tent Rutledge Pearson and invitinghim ted in the Oregon voting by the nedy as a vice-presidential pret-I CARRIER OR MAIL '
will officiate at the services with Funeral services were. ,h eld state NAACP president added was between the Democratic to attend the Burns Blitzer fact that he was the only candidate -
j burial to follow in the Jones-Friday' for_ -Dawn; A van ell new fuel Saturday to the feud runoff candidates. birthday ball March 12 at the who campaigned personally ence.Huge 1 Week .45
I valle Cemetery. Brooks, three day old daughterof over race relations in the Demo "Ever since the primary, Jacksonville Coliseum honoringMr. in the state in the last month Diamond I 3 Mos. $5.85

':Survivors include: one daughter \lrand: Mrs. Ransom E. cratic gubernatorial primary. Mayor Burns has had a ,e- Burns." and that he "cared enough' to All mail subset!ption must '.
Della J. Gilland of Brooks Sr., of 2932 NE 13th do so. JAGERSFONTEIN South Africa be paid in advance. :
Mrs. Mayor Robert King High of plank platform, said High. "He
Drive. Miami ;and Mayor Burns of has talked about my being a Pearson, a Jacksonville Negro Goldwater said in Los Angelesthat (AP-Simon) Lugulwana'i Member of Audit Bureau of

I The child died Wednesday at Jacksonville, clashing headonfor candidate of the NAACP. school teacher, is state NAACP the Oregon outcome was 23, an African, was Circulation.All .

More AbotttAnalysis I Alachua General Hospital. The the third time last week, appeared "Today he says he has never president. "about what we expected." He 000 cash bonus by I material contained herein Is

!Rev. Fred Langhorn, pastor of together before the State sought the support of the Burns jumped to his feet and conceded that Rockefeller's victory -Mining Co. for finding a 53- the Publishing! property Company ofthe, (c) Gainesville 1W4. Reproduction
under
'the First Baptist Church officiated -Junior _Chamber of Commerce NAACP." walked to the microphone. Butit would be likely to strengthen carat diamond 1,870 feet in whole or In part .Is
stone's estimated strictly forbidden without the written
at the services, with burial -convention. Then, brandishing the post- was much later before he gota the stop-Goldwater move ground. The oermisslon of the publisher.:
in Waldo Cemetery. Mr. and Although the Republican nom- card above his head, High said: chance to respond.The ment. I I.worth was not disclosed. i _un __ ___ --- ,-- --
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From Page 1 Mrs. Brooks have one other moderator explained that "I have about 10 timesas I.I I Support and Re-Elect
child, a son R. E. Brooks Jr.
More About under the rules set down, each many convention; delegatesand
,: Jhough this struggle often MRS. LELIA DOUGLASLAKE candidate had five minutes to that's what they pay off CLAUDE BRANDON

sterns to be nothing more than state his general position, then on.1tLodge's COMMISSIONER
COUNTY
1 personal clawing for room at BUTLER Funeral they would answer questions supporters, includingPaul

I tSe top, it goes deep into the services for Mrs. Leila Douglas, HighFrom from the convention delegates, Grindle, David Goldberg, -
t'" pSrty structure. The makeup of 73, who died Friday in a Gainesville Page 1 and then have three minutes Maxwell Rabb and Robert Mul- "The EFFECTIVE' .

t& national ticket holds enor- hospital after an extended -! each to sum up. len, huddled in Los Angeles to Candidate"Vote -- -

I n njous implications for Republicans illness, will be at 3 p.m. today decide what to do next. The bet.
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gram immediately precedingHigh Rutledge Pearson of Jackson- Burns' chance came at last,
running for Congress, state at Mt. Zion Swift Cr e e k ting was they would pass the
i when the station encount- vile was an invitation to attenda and things got hot-between the for the man with a .PROVED ...
governors, and Primitive Baptist Church, with word to their followers to support -
1 Ii' legislatures ered microwave trouble that Burns Blitzers birthday par. two candidates on the platform ; record of experience and -.
. Elder J. E. McCormick officiat- Rockefeller in the June 2
,_ lesser officers. '
interests ol prevented it from televisingthe ty honoring the Jacksonville and about 1,000 in the tent on a know-Tjow in getting" the job -
1 i ZThe over-riding ing. picture portion. mayor. Pearson, a Negro school motel grounds only a few steps balloting.. I done. JP .A4v;,)

these candidates and their managers Burial will be in the church teacher, is state and Jackson- from the Atlantic Ocean. Former Vice President Nixon __ __ n_.___ ____ .____,_ __n_,
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1 is to win their own con- The High camp offered to --- -
ville president of the NAACP.
under the direction of
cemetery
tests. If the nominee for president share its portion of the programin Getting the post card from his

I is a popular vote-getter in Wilson Home Lake and Brannon Butler. Funeral another face-to-face meeting. Burns accused High of "trick opponent, Burns held it aloft an I SHOP. SHOP

! tir states and districts, their High workers said the Burns ery, false presentations and creations suggested that High. might like A

,J oWn candidacies will benefit. A Mrs. Douglas was born in camp declined the offer. of false issues" and said to apologize. SHOP
presidential nominee who creates Bradford County and had livedin he would not debate him directly I
antagonism or apathy in a the Lake Butler area all her The station carried the audio during the rest of the cam "This card is not even a postal

, given state not only loses the life. She was the widow of Mitchell portion of the Burns presentation paign. He said only two exceptions -card," Burns said. "It was 'intended ; f IN GAINESVILLE

t state himself, but costs the E. Douglas and was a without the picture. would be made, meetings to be sent in an enve Drop off your dry cleaning on ::;

I party local and state offices. member of the Mt. Zion Primitive High produced the postcard in already scheduled for May 24 lope."

I =rhis is the- crux of the Baptist Church. a raucous meeting with Burns, and 25. Burns said the address was I t -tr-- your way to work '* at any

struggle., The far right long in the Survivors include three daughter -at the State Junior Chamber of At a news conference immed "hardly legibly scribbled." 4- : of our plants, and pick it up-
Party ago
Republican Commerce convention.The iately folowing the face-to-face And then he yielded to High.
Mrs. Zona D. Edwards -
settled upon its candidate, Senator -; Brooker, Mrs. Ernie D. Bran-, postcard, addressed to meeting High explained why he Instead of apologizing,. High an your wa/ home.
Goldwater. : brought up the postcard. He said retorted that the card did go
I of other colorations nen, Lake Butler, and Mrs. Win
:Republicans Burns "came out with a one- had
and
in the party spectrum have nie D. Williams, Ft. Lee, Va; Levy HDC plank platform that is race- the through the U.S. mail cancellation 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU .
: been milling in confusion. Theproblem three sons, J. Allen Douglas, baiting." government
of these Republican Worthington Springs, M. Eu- mark to prove it. All Dry Cleaning Done on Premises
He said he had reported two "
"How did it? one
i t moderates and liberals derives gene Douglas, Gainesville, and Holds ,Meet days ago that Burns had accepted member of you the get audience.

I in:an unusualdegttc..froJILih Leamon M. Douglas, Falls a $500 campaign contribution screamed The meeting came to 3 DAY SPECIAL: Mon., May 18, Tues., May 19, Wed., May 20
.
I personal life of one man, Governor Church- .\ twosisters,' Mrs. from'a former state NAACP of-
Elizabeth Douglas and Mrs In Chief land a confused end. ----- ----- -
Rockefeller.
) ficial. Burns first denied, then the -
Maude Clemons both of. Lake High didn't answer question
,
,
. ;The dissipated an
the contribution
governor acknowledged
but he
Ii: early advantageTby:hisTdivorcg. Butler: Jwo: brothers k Claude I CHIEFLAND About 30 members High said. later from told the the Associated platform, Press, TROUSERS SKIRTS plain SUIT COATS
I and remarriage. andJJroward} Gainey, both of,
t Lake -Butler 19 of the Levy County Home He said Burns had responded that the card came to him in ,
grandchildrenand
*Renublicans to th :left. : ClftJ ; to the card but it
Two 1 1 Demonstration! Council were, post was only an envelope mailed from Jack-
i.t i. greatgrandcfiildren.JLocal .
,I Gpldwater searched for. a ca !'a little old card that was to be
present at an all-day session sonville. He said he does not
t: didate on whom they could Thursday at the Chiefland Methodist put in an envelope." High pointed know who sent it. SWEATERS SLIM JIMS SHORTS
t agree after the New Hampshireprimary : AstBcingPp1aye4. Church. out that the card bore a can-
results continued Uifejr ... .. "', Iceed stamp and a postmark ,High was interrupted several ,
furs of Rockefeller's crash hipjblic The meeting was opened by showing that it had gone times in the confusing end of the

. esteept__ Council President Susie Estes of through the mail. meeting by hisses, boos and
But now, the-ide ies.agintat Bronson. Mrs. Walter Dudin "I think we ought to know just shouts from the crowd.At 5 for 1.95 \
he could possibly Elcomet a r Three Universftj' .or- lol'ida I gave the devotional. which side of the political street one point in the final confusing
force for the non- art professors and three of their: said::
c coalescing Burns is on, High said. three minute, High
' GDldwater groups, that be.is Jhe former students all have work Delegates to the State Home "I wish the Blitzers (Burns
best vote-catcher the parjj-can being shown at -national' exhibition. Demonstration Council ses campaign regulars) would not

offer to New York, Pennsy sion in Tallahassee on July 13- Kissing Rock interrupt me, please give me

t vania, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois :Kenneth Kerslake, Stuart Purser 14-15 were selected, Mrs. Jim the courtesy of letting me speakas
.\ and such states-where"a too conservative ;.; and, Robert Skelly are the Senterfitt and Mrs. McTaggart.A Moves, Too our people did for your man

candidate might cause professors and Henry Heuler, covered dish luncheon was It was a noisy crowd throughout SHIRTS (beautifully laundered
I sgme Republicans to "go fish- Milton jiloch and Kristin Eyfells served, with the Curryville H. CARTHAGE, 111. (AP) Car the hour they spoke. At one ',

I ing" and inspire others to cast their former students.The workis D. Club acting as hostesses. A thage College is moving to Ken- point a Jaycee official interrupt & finished)
I protest vote for Democrats. being sfiown>at Jhe Sixth Na- table centerpiece was made by osha, Wis., this summer and the ed to ask those holding private
I, Lodge managers had heard Uo Exhibition":of Contempo. Mrs. Dan Whitehurst depictingthe males are taking along their conversations at the sides and
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that: some olthe, ambassador's rary American Art in Okla;,' 4-H.emblems. 2%-ton excuse for kissing girls. rear of the tent to please move .
[
admirers in Oregon were goingt4 homa City, Okla. For 51 years, college traditionhas outside. I Single : 25
: vote for Rockefeller as aSympathetic Following lunch, a programwas had it that coeds caught sitting Even Holley got plenty of encouragement -

gesture to his California A University: Florida. art presented, including the recent on a large chunk of granite from the ,specta-I ...
campaign against Gold- professor on leave, Hiram Williams winners of the 4-H Rally situated on the campus were tors. I II *
recently had a special Day held in Bronson. Mrs. Doris 2 22 each
W ter. obliged to submit a quick, but "Give 'em hell Holley, one or more
:'It looks as though too manyJ showing of his paintings and Beauchamp was chairmanof firm, buss.Saturday. man shouted every time the
J t them did that," said one drawings at the Highland Park the program. Tommy An- some 50 fraternitymen GOP candidate rose to speak.

Lodge partisan ,who sensed the Town Gallery in Dallas, Tex. drews, winner of the public equipped with a wrecker And the Republican said at

fact that he had lost the initiative speaking contest, delivered his hoisted the 2%-ton rock on a one point, "I sure am glad am

t in shaping the anti-Gold- Cedar ChestStrangles essay on "Chickens." Faye Sa- truck and headed north to the. running for governor instead of Please help us to serve you better by alweys having ,your delivery receipt with
vfater strategy in California. che demonstrated her bread-' new campus on the shores of the nomination.'
,*How to measure this factor in making which took first place Lake Michigan. you. DON'T FORGET -.We PRE-S POT MOTHPROOF evtry garment.that

; the Oregon results is difficult, Boy and Sandra Denmark reviewed
Hut some of the Lodge managers her prize-winnin food dem- Navy Recruiters we dry clean. .
FARMERSVILLE, Calif. (AP) Adams Reports
thought they ought to canvas -
, onstration. Junior dress review
work- -A 13-month-old boy, newly arrived -
all their local Oregon winners showed their creations, Plan to Hold
els, as well as the Lodge leaders from Arkansas, apparently with Suzanne Whitehurst of Wil- Ballot Listings

in other states, before rushing was strangled to death friday liston first Yvonne Marchand o InterviewsNavy flE }IOUR
I UF Odorless dry cleaning -
into a decision on their in a cedar chest at his TALLAHASSEE (AP) The hE
of Chiefland second and Ann
FRESH AS A FLOWERIN
home. runoff
in California. governorship and second
course Male of Wffliston, third. In the recruiters for the Officer BR71'r HOUR
JUST ONE :
results primaries in 24 legislative CLEApJtbes'
the represnts races
:II Oregon
The Mr. and Mrs.
parents, senior division, the winning garments Candidate School programfor
shift to highlight the May 26 ballot I
on a temporary James Irons, said.the boy was were shown by Sarah men and women win interview NO.2. ;imostMDYau1
Lodge Secretary of State Tom Adams PLANT
Rockefeller. ,as. ome
playing in a bedroom in which Beth Florida -I
Reid, first: Mary Green. University j junior
leacfers like to think, it wouldbe reported thrt the only statewide i
there was a small cedar chest econd: Portia Sache. hint and senior students next In the Gainesville Shopping -
to risk listings on the ballot wouldbe
for them
I
premature with Drive-In Service.
:which had been converted intc Thursday through Thursday. Center
Weland
11 pirls from .
throwing away. strength that! are the runoff between Mayors I PLANT NO., 1 3-hour shirt laundering. and one
mfcht reassert itself later. 1:a toy box. ,. T*... rire q rev';"w -was narrated Haydon Burns of Jacksonvilleand Testing and interviews willbe hour dry cleaning, PLANT NO. '3

The Lodge camp concedes, They said young Tracy lifted 'w Mrs. Fred Hale. Robert King High for the conducted at the UF Florida offering a convenient Cleaning and curb Shirt ser- 130 N.W. 10th AVE. 5 hour'shirt laundering and one
however, that Rockefeller probably -the lid and it fell on his neck, To conclude the program, a Democratic nomination for governor Union. Applications from senior Service.vice. Dry .. hour dry cleaning. ., ,

won a lot of votes by hard pinning his head inside. The! homemade hat display was presented -. and the two Republicanand boys and junior and senior .:. '
coroner's office death the members who Democratic slates 319 N.W. 13th ST. 316 N. Main. _Street'r ..
work and an indomitable spiritin reported by one of girls will be accepted for the !, :
the face ol many reverses probably was caused by stran- also showed homemade pillows delegates to the national party OCS program at Newport, -

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$60.3MilliontoGniversies: ,Holley Hits' Lists More Landings Tribesmen TOO MUCH- iPRESSURE



Okayed by Control Board Stands OnBoard While Cuba Hits CIA Slaughtered "


Milk UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. and carrying out of these vandalistic In Laos WarMUONG LIBERAL, Kan. CAP) Police -
(AP)-Reports of two additional attacks," the note con- quenched the enthusiasm
mtTALLAHASSEE (AP-An enlarged The budget, which calls for an sitions. President John Allen COCOA BEACH (AP) anti-Castro landings circulated -tinued. CHA, Laos (AP-. of four teen-agers for big water
I budget of $60.3 million for increase of $5.8 million over the said recent expansion of the Charles Holley of St. Petersburg- Saturday amid a complaintto The State Department, in Refugee Meo tribesmen regrouped pistols because of their vie-
Florida's five universities was appropriations or the current campus increased the need for Republican nominee for the United Nations from Washington, continued to deny in a makeshift villageof : tims' dry sense of humor.

approved Friday by the Board school year, still must gain approval -janitors and grounds keepers.He nor of Florida, said Saturdaythat gover- Cuban Foreign Minister: Raul U.S. involvement.In straw huts and tents Saturday Two men complained to p(=
of ControL from the state cabinet before asked for 27. milk prices have been a Roa that the U.S. Central In- Puerto Rico, Manuel Ray, after undergoing Communist lice they were almost knocked
: July 1. Dr. J. Wayne Reitz, UF presi- political yo-yo. telligence Agency CIA was leader of an exile action group, attacks in northeast Laos in J I down by a stream of water-
A general three per cent sal- dent, won approval of a $150,000 behind it all. resigned his government job. which they estimated possibl r from a passing car.
Kynes Lists "It is going to take more thanan Ray, .a former member of astro's 1,000 lost their lives.
ary increase was one of the contract with the Peace Corpsto for
The Citizens Committee a
expression of opposition to retail cabinet, has promised to Police corralled the car and
main for the in- saddest I've
reasons given train 58 students in 4-H Club Free Cuba Cuban exile "This is the thing -
price fixing to straightenout a groupin be back on Cuban soil by May : found the four youths using: a
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crease. Also included were in- work for duty in Brazil.He said Washington, confirmed the ever seen, said Edgar (Pop)
ChangesElection In creases in on-campus studentsand training would be this summer.Dr. the mess and protect" the landings Friday and said they I Buell Hamilton, Ind., a U.S.aid I farm spray gun filled with
rights of the consumer Holley 20.House water and backed by 100
expansions at Florida State Florida carried out the attackon official who has worked with the
Kenneth Williams, said in talk for were as of air
a prepared the Group pounds pressure.
Suit University, the University 0 f Atlantic president, gained approval -Junior Chamber of Commerce a sugar mill in Port Pilon Meos the past five years. "You.
; Florida and the University of' to use graduate students convention. diverted the attention of Cuban Expects Vote can pick out almost anybodyand Police confiscated the contraption -
South Florida.In I' who have completed course armed forces. they have lost someone in I and lectured the

TALLAHASSEE (APFlor- approving the budget, the work for their doctor's degreesas Holley said that the democratic The committee said the land- On Health Care their family' youngsters.

ida Atty. Gen. James Kynes has board overruled requests from part-time teachers. The stud candidates for governor, ing was an infiltration move, WASHINGTON (AP) The The casualty figure, if confIrmed
made technical changes in the FSU and USF for additional job ents would be paid $5,060 a year were talking in generalitiesabout part of a long-range plan to bolster -House Ways and Means Committee could be the highest of
lawsuit challenging the certification positions above the legislative for two-thirds time teaching, he the milk commission in an internal guerrilla forces.A expects to begin voting any single operation in the Lao-, charged in the past that North
t of Earl Faircloth of Miami limit. FSU President Gordon attempt to win votes. I Spanish language broad- next week on proposals that tian civil war. U.S. ofifcials saidit Viet Nam and Red Chinese have
f as winner of the May 5 primary Blackwell said he needed 16 additional said.The budget requests were "The milk commission controversy caster in Miami said there were could determine for this year- would be two or three weeks entered the civil war in the
contest for the office. persons, mostly clerks.Blackwell's broken down as follows: University is one example of the landings on both the north and and perhaps 'many to come-.. before an accurate count could north, but the charges have not
Kynes' attorney, J. Lewis Hall request was sup- of Florida $16 million, Flor- critical need for more accurate south coasts of Cuba. the extent of additional health be made. been confirmed by the West. I
of Tallahassee, eliminated from ported by board member Dr. Roa sent a note to U.N. Sec- care provided the aged.
ida State $12.6 million, FloridaA. information being presented to The Meos are tribesmen who From the stories told by the
The committee has been talking
the suit language in which he Charles Foreman of Fort Laud- retary-General U Thant warn-
the he said.
and M. $3.6 million, Univer- public, the pro-Communist Pathet refugees it was apparent the
I behind closed doors about oppose
had asked the circuit court to erdale. ing that might be endangered -
sity South Florida $5.7 million, peace Lao, and fight on,the side of Pathet Lao was determined to
prevent Faircloth's certificationby USF also sought additional "I will see to it that the com by Wednesday's sugar ways in which the KerrMillsAct
po-
Florida Atlantic $3.4 million. the rightists. drive the Macs from strongholdsnear
the State Canvassing Boardas I mission does not fix retail mill raid and by an arms cache basis of the'present state- border-with North Viet II
Florida Institute for Continu- the
the winner. This point be- prices. Complete abolition of the found earlier off the Cuban federal health program, couldbe Refugee leaders claimed they
came moot because Faircloth Popular Name ing University Studies $1.8 mil- milk commission would result in coast. revamped to induce the were attacked by the Pathet Nam.
has been certified. lion, Board of Control $1.7 million the enforcement of a federal The note said the sugar mill states to make more health care Lao, by solders from Communist American officials distributed
remained!i MOSCOW (AP) The most University of Florida marketing order. Washington attack was by a pirate ship available to more people. North Viet Nam and "some relief goods, including cooking I
the same. Kynes asked popular name in MOSCOW is Health Center $5.9 million, Ag- bureaucrats and the supreme "such as the CIA operates from This kind of legislation is given -Chinese." pots, machetes, work tools,
the court to throw out chal- Johnson, like in President Johnson riculture Experiment Stations court have -already destroyedtoo bases in Florida, Puerto Rico a much better chance of going Right-whig leaders have blankets and clothing.AMATORE .
lenged ballots in Alachua and only it is spelled Ivanov.A $6 million Agriculture Exten- many of the powers that and Central America." to the House with committee -
Levy counties which, if granted Moscow newspaper says 90- sion Service $1.8 million, Engineering -belong to the state and the peo "Using these illegal flights of backing than is President DeGIOAWatermelons
would reverse the outcome. 000) Moscovites are named Ivanov and Industrial Experiment ple. Inviting more federal con- U2 planes over the national territory -Johnson's proposal for Social Se-
Faircloth and the State Can- and 1,000 are named Ivan Station $500,000, and Grad- trols will lead to the complete of Cuba, the CIA obtains curity tax financing of hospitaland Cantaloupes Okra :
vassing Board, named defend Ivanovitch Ivanov, or John son uate Engineering Education System destruction of what is left of information about our military nursing home benefits.
of John Johnson. $579,000. our states' rights." installations for the organization Proponents within the com-
ants, were given 20 days to answer I
mittee of the Social Security ap-
the complaints. proach may make the gesture of r Moon Brand

i seeking a vote, but,there is no

TV Losing Jets Grounded After Crash Series which indication has rejected that the such majority meas-, Grower, Buyer, Shipper

ures for years, is not still firmlyin PHONE 472-2134, 472-2135 NEWBERRY
Sight OfCreativity Ntm'Unrk G'imtWASHINGTON ing one in which a plane crashed ment, the F-105, one of the the operation of the aircraft if control of the taxwritinggroup.
The Air Wednesday into a housing most sophisticated in the armed needed in an emergency." .
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more than 500 F-105 Thunderjet The Air Force confirmed, from flight temporarily, pend-
however, that the F-105 has ing investigation of the recent supersonic fighter-bomber cap- at Standard Oil
1 warplanes because of recent able of Formosa (AP-For- office open now
armed with
being
nuclear ,
By CYNTHIA LOWRY crashes, some of which been involved in 18 major acci- accidents. well conventional mosa's population since it be- Station in Newberry. Farmers, if you ,
as as '
AP TelevisionRadio Writer have caused fatalities.A dents this year. Four pilots "This is came Nationalist Chinese in 1945 have watermelons or cantalcupes '
a : is
precautionarymeasure It
NEW YORK (AP) "Creative have been killed in 10 major weapons. deployed withU. bas more than doubled to a pres- for sale call our office or come in
R} i people-artistic people-in 'television Pentagon spokesman cited accidents since March 1. only, the spokesman S. Air Forces throughout ent estimated figure of 11,985- to see us.P.M' .

-are -as obsolete as buggy- L three recent accidents, includ According to an official state- stressed, "and would not affect!the world. 222 ___ __ ---- ---- _
whips," said writer Roger 6.

ing Hirson.flooded"And' with now second that it-is rate be- OPEN SUNDAY! SHOP 12 NOON TO 7:00 '11QUAUT1T SUNDAY &

stuff, the-people responsible are MON. ONLY
going"to"kifl: it?the.way the big Nationally Famous 4,000 BTU '
I studios killed movies' with all AIR CONDITIONERS, 17,000 BTU S .
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the Grade B and C stuff." .

Hirson is one of the comparative 14,000 BTU's
:handful oLmajor writing
I' and'directing-talents'that produced $9 7 $218 1964 Models in Cartons
of TV's most
some memorable
.! moments .ahnost all of $
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whom have quit the medium in f 19 8,

favor. of Broadway or Hollywood Automatic thermostat All crated units, with multi-speed
Paddy Chayevsky, Tad
fans automatic thermostat Slide-
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and 'at:few others Hirson, with OUN' Thermostats
DISC Permanent washable filter
r i:: Broadway show now in the 0 NEMA rated to cool up to 1200 Adj. Grills Slide outChassis
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one-half. This Sunday, however -

I his "Don't Go Upstairs," 6,300 BTU's 25OOO.BTU's 30,000 BTU's
l will_ be, broadcast by NBC's
Iy.w 19 Models in Cartons
'Show of the Week.
( Hirson: who has had plenty of Only 10
offers, flatly refuses to write $ $
$288 349 t
It scripts for the dramatic series, 1
I even the superior ones. 1 3 8
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must not use characters like Dr. S \ NEMA rated. Cools up to 1750 All crated 1964 models, with slide-
Kildare and the Prestons of square feet! Has multi-speed fan out chassis, multi-speed fan, automatic -
k "The Defenders," because it in- ; 2-speed and automatic thermostat thermostat
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volves hewing to a format. Oft 1 Adj. Grills All crated 1964 models, with slide O NEMA rated. Cools up to 2000 '
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t course, possible Vent Control out chassis! square feet! ,
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J die'"But:. I believe that drama Involves COOLS. :SEVERAL ROOMS

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I taking the principal char- 0 .

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horse and ride out on the same
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this and it keeps the audience 88
from becoming involved and $

I they are never surprised. And .
they love to be surprised. But an\e No Money
that is why, television today is pro rid Down on

I essentially anti drama." \SO 'B10.s J. M. Fields

I In fact Hirson television continued dramatic, al- -:- 1"0rnOOO. \\O t. ( III 7 vu Easy

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Payment
show today is "really a Western ; ((1 OperateS onfeatures. ,,'
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Ii has again declined to endorse 5-year warranty covers entire unit for 1 year;

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] presidential nomination .w
saying he wants Jo_be.in aposition !,LOWS.! '

"to soothe the ruffled All Prices F.O.B. Warehouse
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President sad Sfaro Dark ttmr( progress are greater than the progress he has made.
JOHN L HARAISOX. ONE OF THE TRAGEDIES of the "abolitionist" 100
,rreiW
UihM PAT COWtES.U SOUTH JAMES RESTON
t., dead ED JOHK80X. Vk" Pr.I1I1.lIt By years ago is that they spent all their energies on the legal
:': Beautiful X> aaj Executes EAlUri W. C. (BOl WASHINGTON On the tenth anniversary of the Supreme abolition of slavery and did little to plan for the realities of
ttl EBEBSOLE. Vies TjtMtnt u4 ** I Court's public school integration decision the paradox and victory.

.:. ..''University City' f! nrUaJa, Dlr.tUn BOB TABTAG- By RALPH McGILL the tragedy of the American Negro are fairly clear. Ten years after the "integration" decision, the same Ironical
.-. JONES Tic PfeUea Ml .- ua Maaaat.THE I the AtUaU. (Ga.) Caetk.tia problem exists. The integrationists are winning, ever so
slowly getting the rights but not the skills of a modern com- slowly, but neither they, nor the country, nor the Negroes are

; SUN'S POLICY :puterized society. He is getting a better chance at unskilled prepared for the responsibilities of legal equality.

\.-. a J', jobs but unskilled jobs are being wiped out by the new boss-
1. Report the news fully and Impartially In the news columns. \ : :.. TrumanAnd
.. the machine.NO .
d '/411 1 man,
-: 2. Express the opinions 'of the Sun In-but only (In--editorials '

3. Publish all sides of important controversial 1 issues. ,/ ,. ON THE
#"q -! RIGHT
'. DOUBT this ironical situation will pass in time. Alreadyit =-

The Sun's telephones: All Decutments-372-8441 ,; ,ttt.: HisVisitors has passed for many of the better educated Negroes who

,- Want Ads-376-4672 ; have moved into the middle class. But even in those limited 1<

''''"-i'J.i''' areas where the Negro revolution is advancing "with all The Time
deliberate speed," the scientific revolution is bounding forward

r with reckless speed. a

'The Jacksonville Story' This is the problem. History is both the Negro's friend

'.,. It was a small story rem- and his enemy. In the public schools the Negro is no longer To MoveBy
". wholly but he is still not "equal." Even in the
: separate
.:\ A skinny leg jutted from behind he is so proud, ,had budgeted three nant of a greater one that North, he has often been integrated racially in the public

'r.* the desk. It belonged to Governor million dollars for right-of-way pur shattered an old world and schools only to be segregated intellectually. In short, ten yearsof WILLIAM F BUCKLEY JR.

Dan McCarty, a man nigh unto chase. When last heard, "insideknowledge" altered forever the weaponsof progress scholastically and socially have not been enoughto
death. leaked to land speculators war and flung into the sky 1 wipe out 100 years of deprivation or to keep pace with the South What Viet Nam. A night Nam, if not trying to save
mare. are we going to Southeast Asia from the Com-
'educational and scientific advances of the last decade.
.' had driven the cost to eight the perpetual, dread shadow do about it? President John munists? Yet if this is our

Facing the Governor from across million and it was still soaring. of a mushrooming cloud. NOBODY RECOGNIZES this more than the best friends of son appears to believe that purpose, how long can we put

the desk was nattily dressed Rex Newspapers had it on their the I Negro. As Whitney Young, Jr., executive director of the American policy in South .off facing the strategic reali-

*. Sweat, sheriff of Duval County. He Other aspects of B rris' candidacy inside pages.A National Urban League, sees it: Viet Nam consists in sendingMr. ties?
.
i was on the carpet, called there by are disturbing. "There are forces at work, such as automation, urbanization McNamara over there That situation is simplythis
few weeks. do what?
small old man. Takua every To that we cannot keep
and a host of others, that, on the surface are indifferent
Governor McCarty because of rampant Dispose first of the narrow South Viet Nam free without
Matsumoto, aged 76, president to race. Unless we identify these'problems, and take
r and prostitution in Consider the racial issue. Mayor political If Senator
gambling problem. taking action against North
of Shizuoka Women'sCollege steps to meet them, we will find the masses of Negroesfive
Duval. Burns says it is a. local matter not years from today with a mouthful of rights, living in Goldwater is turned down by Viet Nam, whose capacity to
near Tokyo, stood be- the Republican Convention, extravasate terrorists into
likely to involve the State Capitol. hovels with empty stomachs.
4 fore Harry S. Truman, 80 1 Basil chairman of the board of trustees of the odds are at least even Free Viet Nam is beyond our
It was one of McCarty's last Fine. But not only has Mayor Burns'"local" O'Connor,
r appearances. He died shortly after control left Jacksonville racially years of age, in the Truman Tuskegee Institute, makes the same point: "As the formal be that nominated.Henry Cabot A Lodge politician will capacity, or the free Vietna-
mese's to with. It is
barriers of and discrimination collapse," he cope
Library at Independence,, prejudice says.
I in that year 1953, struck down pre- strife-torn, but Burns has only "American Negroes will find themselves face to face with even half as skillful as Lyndon all very well for us to distribute

maturely by the heart attack which deputized 500 firemen ,to keep the Missouri. The teacher was more difficult and frustrating obstacles. The chief of these Johnson would prepare for literature to South Vietnamese -

already had wasted his body. blacks quiet, while at the same time spokesman for eight visiting will be their collective educational deficit ." such a contingency, and sure hamlets about the

refused to lend official sanction to a Japanese, their bodies scar- enough the way is now set glories of democratic govern-
for him to say next fall, ment. It is else to
something
red but healed from the atomic of the reaches the
MAGAZINE'S
Governor McCarty lived long bi-racial committee. FORTUNE study problem should he feel the necessityto reply persuasively to the ar-
of Hiroshima and 1
bombing same conclusion: "Negroes are on the verge of a major eco-
enough to bawl out Sheriff Sweat. do so, something like this: guments used by the Vietcong
Nagasaki. nomic crisis for the is between educa-
widening Negro
He did not last long enough to clean Let's leave the past and look to gap "Unfortunately, Ambassador Communist guerrillas.
the hand and the of
tion and training on one requirements
" out the whole nest. Example inMcCarty's the future with Burns. They stood before the man 1 the labor market, on the other." Lodge,really botched things in Their favorite form of cajolery
President of the South Viet Nam. I was reluc- is to descend
who
desk was a copy of Jack: as All the current agitation in Washington over the civil rights on pro-
United States, made the decision tant to remove him, until the Western hamlets, pick out the
4 His bill will not deal with this Nor will the
sonville Municipal Court record which campaign propaganda promises deeper problem.
to order the bomb 1 evidence of his ineptitude"was leaders, and publicly disembowel -
showed an amazing two-thirds of the "teamwork" in all areas from dropped.Mr. present efforts of the federal, state and municipal vocational fully accumulated: but at them. The effect on

cases nol-prossed (dismissed). Ex agriculture to zircon. We like that. retraining efforts, or the educational programs of the great least I took the precautionof putative freedom lovers is

Matsumoto said: "The s foundations. sending the Secretary of said to be considerable. Not
amplea superficial State Treasur-
No doubt all these but not
things
are necessary they are
decision was a heavyresponsibility
er's probe later showed cash bondsof But_ it also promises (1) a higher on very part.It enough to make up for a hundred years of poverty, neglect Defense there on and regular so different, let us face it,
your check
trips, to on finally, from the effect such a lesson
nol-prossed cases illegally claimedby rate of sales tax, ((2) repeal of inventory was wartime." and persecution. to confirm, the dismal recordof would have on a little townin

bail bondsmen, apparently for distribution and intangible taxes, and Mr. Truman said: "The object the man whom the Republicans say Ohio, under similar

to corrupt law officials. (3) continued protection of tax-free was to end the war in AFTER 10 YEARS of the Supreme Court's supervision, less have nominated as circumstances.

mineral and forestry industries. Hold such a way that not a half E than 10 per cent of the Negro students in public elementaryand their presidential candidate.." If Yellowstone, Ohio were
t million people would be high schools in the South and border states are now at- But there is a deeper poli-
more
\ this one morning to be occupied
This is for
part of the "Jacksonville program up inspection, andit
| tending school with the whites. In the 11 southern states only
killed on each side and that tical problem which has to do 1 by fanatical guerrillas who
Story. is a relief act for the wealthy and many injured. one per cent of Negro students are now in biracial schools. with the growing impatienceof i proved the constancy of their

a vested interests. It will not do to' wait for total racial integration to make the American people with 1 by taking the
They exchanged pleasant- substantial improvements in the schools still predominatelyNegro. the whole performance in 1 purpose mayor
The "Story" is not complete. Records and his wife and his children,
ries..it was ended. In the South, most Negro children will probably re- South Viet Nam. In the Wash
disclose Big people know this. Never be- and the aldermen, and their
i Jacksonville even to-
The experience of the manand main in segregated schools for at least another decade. In
ington Star this week I read 1
fore has wives and children and eviscerating
|1, day has one of the worst crime rates a single Florida candidate the group was at opposite the North, because of segregated housing, most Negroes will the most poignant full page 1 them for ,the public-

in Florida. And within the past been so eagerly promoted by the ends of the earth anddecision. still be segregated in their own community schools even if advertisement I have ever enlightenment not

'4 month, seven of Jacksonville's policemen bankers, phosphate industry, huge they are legally eligible to attend white schools. seen It had no commercial' idents of Yellowstone, many would res-

.. were arrested for acceptinggamblers' grocery chains, powerful contractorsand In Washington, Mr. Truman purpose. It had no partisan 1 thereafter be disposed to lis-
payoffs. railroads. Their dollars pumped had thought and thoughtabout ; THEREFORE, A VAST and expensive new effort will probably political purpose. lit listed, ten to the preachments of
into J have to be made to make the predominately Negro simply, the names of a hun- American who
propagandists
Haydon Burns have inflated a it. The war already had
"
schools "equal" even if they are still largely "separate. dred-odd Americans who have
Police Commissioner exacted a ghastly cost in life.' tell them to take heart, and
Haydon Burns was Mayor of mere into a An invasion of Japan and This is opposed by some Negro leaders in the belief that making been killed in action in South 1 fight, team, fight for democracy -
Goliath. the predominantly separate Negro schools "equal" will Viet Nam. The ad was paid'
Jacksonville in 1953, just as he is her islands would have cost as we tell the South
today. Haydon Burns police at least half million liveson weaken the fight against keeping them "separate." for by the parents, relatives, Vietnamese to do.
was Burns has money to burn. He a Yet it is fairly clear from the history of the last ten years and friends of these Americans What does it mean that we
Commissioner of Jacksonville in each side and as many that the fight for legal equality is insufficient. Educational and the message, phrased do
spent $1,13 per vote in the first not have the people of
1 1953, just as he is today. wounded. So, the President equality must with it the end of another
go or at ten years, as an open letter to Lyn- South Viet Nam with us? How
t! .. primary and he still had cash left weighed that against the new, we shall have a Negro generation with equal rights to jobs don Johnson, was simply this, can we hope, under the cir-
over. untested weapon. but few jobs, free to restaurants and but "
access housing no "Why
cumstances have the
And to
( at this moment super police peepie
chief Burns is Later on he was to be askedwhy means to enjoy them, equal opportunity'to vote but little I.e., why were these menkilled of South Viet Nam with

attempting to ride Who are we being asked to put an atomic weapon hadnot understanding of the purpose of voting. in South Viet ,Nam in us? Why should they be "with
the "Jacksonville Story" to the The progress of these last ten in public school integration action whose strategic
into the State Capitol? Seen dropped in the har- years an un- us" when we permit our fear
governorship of Florida. He is ask- bor so the Japanese could seethe is obvious, but the progress of science is even more intelligibility is becoming increasingly of world opinion to count

: ing us to install the "Story" in the ((1) A Police effect. They would then obvious. The Negro has moved forward but he has also mov- apparent? What 1 more heavily tan their fear
Commissioner who ed into the modem urbanized world where the demands for arewe in South Viet 1
doing
State Capitol in Tallahassee. be told to surrender or suffer of the Vietcong guerrillas with
presides over one of Florida's most ,
the consequences.Mr. their. bloody pangas?
At crime-ridden cities. AFTERMATH OF FOLLY But hark, the Establish-
A peculiar set of could
t ; circumstances Truman answer ment is beginning to move;
t helped place :Mayor Burns in a that. In that hour of decisionwe oh but it is
? very (2)) A :Mayor of a racially uneasy slowly, so slowly,

t I powerful position.- One- is the death city whose approach is restricted to had only atomic two or three devices.operational Road to and FromAswan beginning to move. It is not

of Governor only the umpteenth trip to
McCarty who
was re- quelling violence ,
I by threats, while None knew if they would South Viet Nam by Secretary
placed by well-intentioned but
friendship-bound Charlie Johns discouraging; communication b e work. Q I'rm'i tf Ark itntrd vaded Egypt 'and within 48 ders denunciations of Britainas McNamara. Mr. Nixon was
a -
tween
J1 I man with no inclination to molest races The story moves back in By C. L. SULZBERGER hours she was joined by Brit- it .fights for an Aden recently there, and said -
and consider the
time to August 13, 1942. On PARIS At Aswan in Up- ain and France. Everyoneknows strongpoint against guerrillas importanceof
,
f the scab of Jacksonville law enforce- (3) A candidate backed by Flori- that day President FranklinD. per Egypt, Nasser and the resulting dismal equipped by Nasser who in his statement, in the lightof

,( ment. da's most powerful reactionaryforces Roosevelt created, within Khrushchev have celebratedthe story. turn receives continued aid his subtle political sense:

, special interests who expect the Army Corps of Engineersan first stage of their mile Dulles mistakenly 'gambledthat from us. France, increasingly North that we Viet must Nam.move And against behold

; The other is the existence of Jacksonville =-- F dollar benefits in return. autonomous secret depart- high dam. This monument to he could teach Nasser a isolated from its allies by a Nelson Rockefeller has said
made ment Manhattan District. both Cairo and Moscow policy lesson and embarrass Russia. nuclear program (inspired by
I .. newspapers ineffectual Later that same month stran- also represents ,a tombstone He succeeded only in start- Suez, before De Gaulle's return we must do something there..

by railroad_.ownership, unable to> (4)',A candidate who promises to gers began to roam the val- commemorating an unneces- ing a train of negative events. ) shows signs of shifting So has Mr. William Miller,

peer beneath superficialities, and l A: take, the little consumer for, the big.. leys of Roane and Anderson sarily idotic United States of which the Aswan ceremony from its pro-Israeli policy.In chairman of the Republican

; forced even to stifle letters-to-the- gest ride since the invention of the Counties in East Tennessee.In mistake. is but the latest the past Russia has Party. (Goldwater, needless
to has been it all
evinced remarkable lack of say, saying
editor. Nasser and Khrushchevhave Western
I ; Ferris Wheel. September army engineers unity was shatteredand
along).
in the Middle
.. '-' announced a huge demolition reason to be proud of the has never since been staying .power
East. Extruded from Iran and But more important than all
would be huge structure on which'they wholly repaired. France decided
On this sea made artificially calm, This isn't exactly the same "Jack. there.range established collaborated. Washington can to make nuclear wea-- later Syria, it never gained a of these, for those whose eyes
'
1, Mayor Burns has managed to sail 1 sonville Story" which :Mayor Haydon only regard it with regret. pons. The Arab resurg e n c e real ideological bold; but now are trained to keep their eye

f sedately. He has not been troubled I Burns has been reading aloud. You This could be understood... turned vehemently anti-West the climate seems more fav on the true depositories of

r 1942 was a grim year. FOR HAD the U. S. not Moscow had orable. Moscow reckons its power: Mr. C. L. Sulzberger,
I by disturbing facts. Example: The( see, he ,has been skipping the foot- ern. never before
and economic to principal foreign affairs ex-
been deluded by the misconceptions succeeded in military help
-
.
establishing a
Jacksonville Expressway, of which i notes.'I The United States, still of Secretary'Dulles firm foothold in the Mid die the Arab world can ease out pert for the New York Times,

angry and stunned by Pearl and thereafter precipitatedfrom East; but it revised its policy Westrn influence and createa has come out and said it in

I Harbor, was gearing for war. one folly to another,'distinguished and has registered percep- political icirjm. And Chinais just so many words: If we
In the Pacific, MacArthur's not yet in a position to desire to reverse the impos-
tible in
American and gains Egypt, Yemen,
'I Voice bombers were attacking New British statesmen might con- Somalia and Algeria. move in by assuming rival sible situation in South VietNam
of the Britain and northern New financial and have alternative
People ceivably have joined a friendlier Khrushchev handled his arms, shipping we no
Guinea. In Europe Hitler's Nasser this week to watch Egyptian aid with finesse. He burdens. left open to us than to move
best troops had reached Stal- against North Viet Nam.
the
Nile diverted from its lent Nasser $400 million at 2.5 EMBARRASSED AS it is
ingrad. course. by these trends, Washingtonhas Why? as the mothers,
On The Sun's I per cent repayable in Egypt-
j == Opinion PageOpinions On Dec. and widows, and friends of
19
== Manhattan District had to 1955 the U. S., ian currency. His techniciansat wisely chosen to appear
Britain and the World Bank Aswan have relaxed and calm. It is likely the victims have asked. Why?
scrupulouslyrefrained
build
and comments of Sun readers a huge new dam to add
are welcome In the Voice of the People offered Because the' United States is
column.
Letters Nasser that Nasser much he
$400 million
to as
be
must signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if strength to the TVA dams al- from political activity ap-
requested. A
not exceed 500 wards and must be written on only one side of the letter should in construct the irrigation and A pro-American Egyptian preciates Soviet aid, doesn't committed for better or worseto
paper. Poetry cannot be used. The ready operation. Vast
Sun reserves_ the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning hydroelectric .installation now engineer escorting me around want to shift too far from his help its allies stem the
intent. or amounts of
electricity wouldbe scheduled to give Egypt 25 the project observed: "These chosen role of nonalignment.Once Communist world in order to

Civil I certainly agree with Mr. office to keep his campaign three needed.highly There secret were to be_ per cent more cropland and Russians came out of the ice he confessed to me that keep communism away from,
Rights centers major industries. Seven he admired Tito "because he our own shores. We need,
Charles Chesnut, HI, that no promises will Oak' to help us here in the heat. "
Isn't Issue man should be chosen for gov- man like or Robert they electa Ridge, Tenn., would produce months later Dulles withdrewthis Surely we can never forget showed me how to get help then, to face ,up to our responsibilities
King High uranium, Hanford, Wash- offer. that!" from both sides without joining with that cour-
ernor the basis of the civil
on who can make an open and ington, plutoniu and In ni effort to bring Nasserto either." age, faith, and resolution that:
EDITOR, Sun: The votes rights issue alone, but this honest promise to supportthe Los Alamos, New Mexico, the heel Dulles Vice President Johnson cited
deliberately max. NASSER HAS sternly Nasser's present eastward !
cast for on May 26 will be a major factor influencing civil rights bill if it oppos-
governor techniques and
-
mechanismsof .mized the affront. when he
Conse- ed his own Communists (although drift may therefore be suc- spoke at Saigon in
of this year will determine many of the voters. is passed? He will not have something never before quently, on July 26 Nasser recently he released ceeded by a reaction to cor- 1961, calling Diem "t6 e,

the fate of Florida for the When the next governor as- to' violate his oath.It built atomic bombs. nationalized the Suez Canal. many from prison) but Khrush- rect his neutral course, but Churchill of today," an3
next six years. Will the people sumes his office, the civil ,is not the of The State Department's pledging to
prerogative Three pol chev, after a period of tension what can we then offer? "proceed either
of Florida decide to join rights bill will be history either Mayor Burns years were given to icy-planning staff didn't alone or with
or Mayor do the even three years ago, chose to Surely we are not preparedfor our friends to
i I their more progressive neighbors one way or the other and High to determine.. what provisions impossible.It have one single, contingen-y ignore this. He has continued concessions over Israel, armaments reserve our position" in

or will they choose to there is nothing that either .shall or shall not be was done. paper ready envisioning that sending arms and supporting or Britainon all Asia. .

ally themselves with their candidate can do before election in this bill. We have elected event Nasser's efforts to. gain influ- of which Khrushchev has already Let President Johnson give

backward-looking strife-rid* and ,assumption of officeto representatives in Congress And now, eight aging Japa- ence from Yemen to Algeria.He declared himself four- the word. And let this be,a

den neighboring states- specifically influence the voting on this for this purpose. It is their nese visit Harry S. Truman WHILE DULLES sought by even accepts as "social square behind Cairo. nonpartisan endeavor, sup'

Alabama and Missis- bill.Will duty to make our- wishes aged 80, and the story is a acrobacy to regain what he ist" the muddled .Marxism The road from Aswan 1956 ported by Democrats and

sippi? Florida can be an example the people of Florida known; to correct provisions few paragraphs on the inside had lost by diplomacy' Khrushchev brewed by Arab- ideologists.' to Aswan 1964 was studded Republicans alike: so that life

to the Union or a blot elect a candidate who will which may be abhorrent to pages. on Oct. 17 offered Nasser Meanwhile, the U. S. is with pitfalls for us. And the bereaved Americans nay:

I upon its honor ant integrity. have to violate his oath of (Continued on 5A) But the world is changed... Shortly financial afterwards support for Israel his dam.In- own stuck folly.with aftermath Khrushchev: of thun-its road smoother.leading onward looks little know sacrifices, finally, why; why the

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PLANS CONVENTIONThe NOTICE brought greetings. Williston on Mothers Day, visiting -and children all of Miami, at

I Many lovely gifts were pres- with relatives.: tended a Mothers' Day dinner
District Women's Home The Minsters and Deacons ented by various organizations Mrs. Naomi Crump, of Willis- Sunday in honor of their mother -
JOHN' L HAKAlSOy. President and
Mission and Educational Con- Union No. 2, auxiliary of the Mrs. Flor-
White and ;
grandmother
the the
:.. rabUihcri PAT COWLES. Vie Pre of city. ton attended Lily ,
<<. .e.... ED JOHNSON. Vie Preside vention, auxiliary of the Jeru- Suwanee River 'Progressive For these Mrs. Bell expresses Pallbearers Meeting held at rie Hill and Mrs. Jamie Hill, I
::Florida Beautiful 9 :, nod Exee U?.. EdJton W. G. (BOliEBEBSOLE. salem Missionary Baptist Association Baptist Association, with Rev. her deepest gratitude and Tampa. Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley -respectively, at Brooker.
i ,. (u1' ,, Vie President and At- with Rev. T. D. Davis;, H. Lloyd, moderator, will meet many thanks. reporter. I Mrs. Lorene Gilmore, of Dai-
=: University City TtrtUlnj .Director BOB TARTAGLIONE. moderator will be held at the at the Damascus Missionary Mothers' guestof
nee President end CreniU : Mrs. Janie Mingo and chil- ,na, was a Day
::: .n 1I&aa,... Mt. Month Baptist Church with Baptist Association with Rev. WOMEN'S DAY SCHEDULEDNext I dren, Misses Marcella and : her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I ,:;::. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor,, H. Atkins, pastor, Route 1, Ala- Sunday has been set ash!Florie Bell and Herman MingoJr. Milford Hill at Brooker. Mrs.

? THE SUN'S'POLICY here May 21-24. chua May 29-31. I Women's Day at ,the Greater ., and Mrs. Cleona Douglas Nellie Moore, reporter._

=s.2 1 i 1. Report the news fully and impartially in the news columns. The officers are as follows: Bethel A.M.E. Church with Rev.
0= 2. Express the opinions of the Sun in-but only in=editorials OI1SERVICE Rev. N. A. Jackson, president;; W. S. White, pastor. The sched-

-:-. 3. Publish all sides of important controversial issues. The pastor, membership and I J. L. Middleton, vice president -ule of services is as follows: lb

friends of Mt. Carmel Baptis J. L. Curry, recording Sunday School, 9:30 ajn.; morn- The Sun's telephones: All Departments-372-8441 Church will leave the churctoday tsecretary: ; De con Dennis ing worship 11 a.m.; and theWomen's

t .-.. Wont Ads-376-4672. at 2:15 p.m. for Haw Weeks, corresponding secre- Day program 3:30
M _. tary; Dean Gus Washington,
thorne to conduct a joint serv-: treasurer; Rev. C. Crawford, p.m.During the morning worshipat TILLMAN SELENA RAWLS
ice at the Galilee
Baptist Bible teacher; Deacon J. L. 11 Mrs. Cora f
a.m. Roberson
= 'The Jacksonville Church with Rev. C. Clinton, ,
Story'Ij ,
K Lee, conductor; and Mrs. Lola well known for her speaking ability Final rites for James (Bus- Funeral services for Selena
The choir and .
ushersare
... ., pastor. : Lee, chairman of the enrollment will be the principal speak- ter) Tillman will be held this Rawls, of Grove Park, a ct.dfr.t -
l' asked to serve. committee.The from the Pine- at Shell!! mentary y hool
afternoon 2 ,
T' A skinny leg jutted from behind he is so proud, had budgeted three er.The p.m.
I will be held at
officers of the Women'sDepartment four chairmen for the day ville Methodist Church with the at Hawthorne
f.' the desk. It belonged to Governor million dollars for right-of-way pur- WILLISTON NEWS are: Mrs. C. W are: Mrs. Effie Huddles ton, Rev. C. Henderson, officiating. the St. Peters Bap.tist.Church.

T-, .., Dan McCarty, a man nigh unto chase. When last heard, "inside PLANS PROGRAM I Washington, president; Mrs..Lola and Mrs. Altemese Wingate. Mr. Tillman, known to manyof at Park today at 11 a.m. I'I'Grove

f i t p- death. knowledge" leaked to land speculators There will be a program at Lee, vice president; Mrs. M Because of the absence of the his friends as Buster, died with Rev. Addison officiating.

had driven the cost to eight the New Hope Baptist Church L. Crawford, recording secre- pastor, Rev. W. S. White Rev.A. May 11th, in Chattahoochee.All Interment will follow in the.
to today at 3 p.m., sponsored by tary; Mrs. E. P. Washington, F. Alexander will be in relatives and friends are ask Windsor Cemetery.
1 Facing the Governor from across million and it was still soaring. the Fellowship Household of .
corresponding secretary; Mrs.R. charge of the church. ed to meet at the home of his Duncan Brothers morticians,
".." the desk was nattily dressed Rex. Ruth No. 5422. Some of the best J. Jones, chairman of the Visitors are always welcome. niece, Mrs. Margaret Long 1534! are in charge. ,
Sweat sheriff of Duval He Other of Burns' candi- talents of Williston will enrollment committee and Mrs. A. E. I
*-, County. aspects : appearon ; Wingate, reporter; S.E. 12th Ave., at 12:30: to form
|J t was on the carpet, called ,there, by dacy are disturbing. the program.The Mrs. Sadie Jackson, treasurer. Rev. W. S. White pastor. the procession to the church. MRS. ROSA MAE DUVAL

if Governor :McCarty because of raml public is invited. Mrs. Deacon R. L. Jones will hold Interment will be made in the
Blondell, Jones, chairman. a faculty meeting at the regu- NEWBERRY ELEMENTARY Pineville Cemetery under the
\\l pant gambling and prostitution in Consider the racial issue. :Mayor Ailing In Med. Center lar meeting place for the District direction of White and Dorsey: Final rites for Mrs. Rosa Mae

? Duval. Burns says it is a local matter not Mrs. Essie Mae Timmons of Sunday School and Baptist Student Government Day at Funeral Home. Duval of Alachua, who died

likely to involve the State Capitol. Williston, is ailing in the Medical Training Union Congress on the Newberry Elementary Monday at the Unive r sit y
School will be in session
; It was one of McCarty's last Fine. But not only has Mayor Burns'"local" Center in Gainesville.She May 29 at 3:30: p.m. I day when the students will on Mon-take MRS. NELLIE DURHAM brief Teaching illness Hospital, will be following conducted a
All teachers to be
j He died shortly after control left Jacksonville is a member of New Hope are urged classes teach-
appearances. rac- Church. present. J. C. Crawford, reporter. over acting as today at 2 p.m. from the St.
", in that year 1953, struck down pre- ially strife-torn, but Burns has only Baptist ers.Mr. Funeral services for Mrs. I Luke A.M.E. Church with the
maturely by the heart attack which deputized 500 firemen to keep the Mrs. Timmons' friends wish Parker and his concert Nellie Durham, a pioneer citizen -Rey. Hugh Anderson officiating.
for; her a speedy recovery. band will be here Monday also i of will be held
Hampton, I
already had wasted his body. blacks quiet, while at the same time ERVIN BEQUEST GOES at 1:30 p.m. to present to the I at the Macedonia Baptist Interment will follow in the

refused to lend official sanction to a WOMEN'S DAY THE FLORIDA MEMORIALST.AUGUSTINEInac students a concert.On Church at Hampton, today at 3 St. Matthews Cemetery.Mrs. .

Governor :McCarty lived long bi-racial committee. The public is invited to attend cordance with the final wishesof Tuesday Mrs. F. S. White- p.m. with Rev. C. H. Johnson Duval is survived by her
; the Annual Women's Day field will come to acquaint the Interment will followin
enough to bawl out Sheriff Sweat. the late Louis Dargan Ervinof officiating. husband, Isiah Duval; nine chil-
i He did not last long enough to clean Let's leave the past and look to Program sponsored by the Jacksonville, his heirs have students with the program and the family plot. I dren, Miss Rosa M. Duval,
women of Bartley Temple Meth- facilities at A. L. M e ban e She was a member of Pallbearers' Marva
out the whole nest. ;Example in the future with Burns. presented to Florida Memori a 1 Isiah Duval Jr., Mrs.
-
Church School. It is her
odist hoped No. 129.
on Sunday, May her check making program Lodge Campbell, Mrs. Demaris Clay-
College e a
:..! McCarty's desk was a copy of Jack. 24. This Women's Day is plan- possible establishment of a $12- will help the students Duncan Brothers, morticians, 'ton, Miss Gloria Duval Alphon-

sonville :Municipal Court record which His campaign propaganda promises ned to be one of the best in 500 student loan fund, PresidentR. make asmoother transition are in charge. I so Duval Miss Goldie Duval and

showed an amazing two-thirds of the "teamwork" in all areas from the history of the church.A W. Puryear has announced. from elementary to junior high .Rickey Duval: 18 grandchildren

|i cases nol-prossed (dismissed).' Ex- agriculture to zircon. We like that. Tendering the bequest in a school.The MRS. AGNES HUGHES ; two sisters Mrs. E 1 s y
4 LANDMARKBible Newberry Elimentary and Mrs. Edna
ceremony on campus were Ervin's Robinson Mays;
7 amplea superficial State Treasur- School will have its final P.
Thought "Blessed is daughter and two sons. T. Funeral services for Mrs. three brothers, Walter Mays,
2 er's probe later showed cash bonds But it also promises (1) a higher the man..whose delight is in Mrs. Mable Ervin Eberhardt, A. meeting for this school term I Agnes Hughes, of 623 NW 4th George Mays and Eddie Ware

of nol-prossed cases illegally claimed rate of sales tax, (2) repeal of in- the law of the Lord..He is likea first Negro dental hygienist in on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Officers I Ave., will be held at the Second i Mays and other relatives.The .
r
: by bail bondsmen, apparently for dis- ventory 'and intangible taxes, and tree planted by streams of Florida Frank W. Ervin Sr., be for elected.F.the school. year 1964-65 will Morning Star Baptist Church at family and 'friends will

,tribution to corrupt law officials. (3) continued protection of tax-free water..., and its leaf does not vice president and auditor of G. Wingate, Jr., Reporter Rutledge, today at 3 p.m. with meet at the home of Mrs. Duvalat
wither." (Psalm 113. RSV.) the AfroAmerican Life Insur- ; Rev. W. D. Dennis officiating.
mineral and forestry industries. Hold C. H. Hathcock, Principal. 1:15 p.m. to form the cortege
ance Co., and Dr. Leroy C. Er- Interment will follow in the
i This is part of the "Jacksonville this program up for inspection, and TEA SET vin, dentist. family plot.Relatives. that will proceed to will the be Church.Arnold

M Story. it is a relief act for the wealthy and There will be a "Queen Five I Their deceased father became PERSONALSMr. are asked to meetat The pallbearers

vested interests. Point Tea," sponsored by the I : the first full time agentof and Mrs. Willie Manning, the residence at 1:45 Jones, George White, Deac o n
I the Afro when it was Willard Morris Mr. and Mrs. p.m. Thompson, Hayword Wallace,
I The "Story" is not complete. Re- Parsonage Committee of the to form the procession to the
cords disclose Jacksonville Big people know this. Never be- Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church, :founded in 1901, giving 58 yearsof Thomas Wallace, all of Jack- church. :Sylvester Ellis and Slim Brooks.
t even today on the church's lawn today at I service to the company, sonville, and Robert Johnson, !.These services are under the
has one of the worst crime rates fore has a single Florida candidate 4:30: p.m. "until." The members where he served as first vice Mr. and Mrs. James Burnett, Duncan Brothers, morticians, direction of the Hughes & Chest-

+ a in Florida. And within the past been so eagerly promoted by the I and friends are invited. :president and cas h i er at the all of St. Petersburg, were at are in charge. I.nut Funeral Home. I
bankers phosphate industry huge time; of his passing.
month, seven of Jacksonville's policemen I -

I[ were arrested for accepting grocery chains, powerful contractorsand :NOTICEThe .CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS

i T gamblers' payoffs. railroads. Their dollars pumpedinto West Coast Minsters and Mt Moriah Baptist Sunday I ;

.. Haydon have inflated Deacons Choir members are
Burns a School, 9:45 a.m.; morning wor-
asked the home of
to meet at
mere Police Commissioner into a ship, 11 a.m.; B.T.U., 5:30: pjn.;
;i .
Haydon Burns
was Mayor of Mrs. H. G. Shuman at Arre- 6:30 .
Goliath. ,and evening worship, p.m.Rev
Jacksonville in 1953, just as he is donda Tuesday, May 19, at 8 : L. A. Tillman pastor; Mrs.J. .

I today. Haydon Burns was Police p.m. Gainey, reporter. I 2'&h
: Burns has money to burn. He Johnson a. ;
Commissioner of Jacksonville in Chapel Baptist -
1953, just as he is today. spent $1.13 per vote in the first NOTICE Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; morn-
I
i primary, and he still had cash left There will be a Baptism to- .ing worship, 11 a.m. Choir No. ;
day at 11 a.m. at Hacket Creekon will attend a meeting at the

( And at this moment super police over. the Orange Heights Road, I Mt. Elah Baptist Church Evin-

: chief Burns is attempting to ride conducted by Elder J. C. Carter ston, 3 p.m.; B.T.U., 6 p.m.; and t ? L
Who are we being asked to put of the East Side wxrk
I :. the "Jacksonville to the pastor I evening worship, 7 p.m. Rev. rX
Story"
into the State Capitol? Church of God in Christ. W. J. Taylor, pastor; Mrs. Har- r'
.
: governorship of Florida. He is asking The public is invited.WOMEN'S riei Jones, reporter. + ?Yd

us to install the "Story" in the
(1) A Police Commissioner who
i I .. State Capitol in Tallahassee. DAY PROGRAM FINAL PTA MEETINGThe
presides over one of Florida's most There will be a Women's Day Parent-Teacher Association z d'H

; crime-ridden cities. program at the Church of God : of A. Quinn Jones Elemen-

t; A peculiar set of circumstances in Christ in Copeland Settlement I tary School will hold its final

helped place Mayor Burns in a very (2) A :Mayor of a racially uneasy today at 3 p.m. ]meeting in the auditorium of
The main speaker will be j the school Monday at 8
powerful position One is. the death city whose approach is restricted to pjn.
Missionary Dora Williams. Oth- There will be reports from
of Governor :McCarty, who was replaced quelling violence by threats while Ay 6i:1I
ers who will also appear in 1 both the fashion show and wom-
., by well-intentioned but discouraging communication! b e the program include :Missionary anless wedding given, and also

I friendship-bound. ,Charlie ;Johns, a tween races. Shode and Sister Irene 1 the election of officers. ;'
man with no inclination to molest Days, both of this city. There will be a short program :
Following the program, dinJ J from the music depart-
:
f
the scab of Jacksonville law enforce-
(3) A candidate backed by Flori-
ner will be served. ]ment featuring the fifth grade
I ment. da's most powerful reactionaryforces Elder Lonzie Lews is pastorof c calss in a "Travelogue of ,..- -..

: :... special interests who expect the church. Songs" to climax the meeting. Plan Air
The other is the existence of Jacksonville dollar benefits in return. The public is invited. ConditioningFlorida
I SENIOR CITIZENS' DINNERThe
made ineffectual -
newspapers HAMPTON NEWSAnniversary Annual Senior Citizens State Department of Educa tion officials review blueprints that will
by railroad'ownership, unable to (4) A candidate who promises to Services ]Dinner, which has been held at call for the addition of two new air conditioned buildings for Gibbs Junior

: peer beneath, superficialities, and take the little consumer for the big- Anniversary services will be 1 the Bell's Nursery each year, College, St. Petersburg. Shown with College President Dr. John W. Rembert

:;; forced even' to stifle letters-to-the- gest ride since the invention of the conducted at the Macedonia j is scheduled for Wednesday at (third from left) are: Charles Chick, coordinator of surveys; Dr. Lee Henderson

editor. Ferris Wheel. Baptist Church today at 11 ajn. :12 noon. assistant director, Division of Com munity Jr. Colleges; and John Foster,
The anniversary sermon will The people of the communityare architect. By January, 1965, Gibbs is to have a completely air conditioned

be preached by Rev. C. J. John- : asked to share in helpingto plant valued at close to $2 million.Womanhood. J
On this sea made artificially calm, This isn't exactly the same uJ ack. son. The Hopewell Baptist 1 make this an enjoyable oc ..... ,
-- -- ---.-- ---. --
t Mayor Burns has managed to sail sonville Story" which Mayor Haydon Church from Gainesville will c casion. .. 51r

'sedately.. He has not been troubled Burns has been reading aloud. You conduct the song service. +

by disturbing facts. Example: The see, he has been skipping the foot- Everyone is invited. Rev. C. RECOGNITION PROGRAMA i
Johnson Mrs. Lucile timely program honoringMrs. (
Jacksonville pastor;
Expressway, of which notes.
'Perry president of choir; Mils Eliza T. Bell was a recent
f Gladys L. Johnson reporter. project of.the E. T. Bell Mission- /
ary Society of the St. Paul C.
MISSION NOTICE M. E. Church with Rev. B. F.

:Voice of The Home Mission of the'Weary, pastor. 'fI .9
the People Hopewell Baptist Church will This proved to be an unusual
occasion in that the
meet today at 11 ajn. at the I president,
church. Mrs. E. M. Hart, honored
Mrs. Bell during her life

=On The Sun's Opinion Page=== ALACHUA NEWS time. She was present, she

I Guest Choir !could hear and appreciate the
Opinions and comments of Sun readers art welcome in the Voice of the People column. Letters :many beautiful tributes and
must be signed and bear the writer's address. Names will be withheld if requested. A letter should The St. Matthew BaptistChurch words of appreciation -
not exceed 500 words and must be written on only one side of the paper. Poetry cannot be used. The choir at Alachua will be expressed
by those who know of her
Sun reserves the right to reject any letter or to shorten it. without changing the writer's meaning or guest choir at the Mt Olive
work in Gainesville for
more
Primitive Baptist Church on
than 50
Intent.Civil I with Mr. the fourth Sunday at 3 p.m. years.
Rights certainly agree office to keep his 'campaign The city-wide Missionary

,"J' Charles Chesnut, III that no promises, or will they electa here. Band and the Bell Nursery are
Isn't Issue man should be chosen for gov- man like Robert King High I contributing to racial uplift in

f ernor on the basis of the civil who can make an open and CLUB NOTICE this community. because of her

I EDITOR, Sun: The votes rights issue alone, but this honest' promise to supportthe The Poverty Fund Club will.vision and faith.. a !

cast for governor on May 26 will be a major factor in- civil rights bill if it meet at the Mt Olive Primitive Among those sharing in this ,

of this year will determinethe fluencing many of the voters. is passed? He will not haveto Baptist Church on Monday at 8 recognition service were two of- r'"

fate of Florida for the When the next governor as- violate his oath. pjn. Rev. H.Kinsey, pastor and i ficers of the C.M.E. Church, 1f .' 'i II
Mrs. F. D. Shannon, III
president; : ,
next six years. Will the people sumes his office, the civil It is not the prerogative of Mrs. Sidney Harris, District f"3, v I
reporter. i -
of Florida decide to join rights bill will be history either Mayor Burns or Mayor Missionary President, and Mrs.T. .

their more progressive neigh- one way or the other and High to determine what provisions SOCIETY EDITOR- V., Dudley, editor of the missionary Day
there is nothing that either shall shall not be ,Messenger, who pre- ProgramThe
bors or will they choose to .or The Home Mission Society ,sented a citation.
themselves with their candidate can dp before election in this bilL We have elected
ally of the Mt. Moriah Baptist
Mrs. Maxine Gaddum, chair. Cameliaettes observed their "Finer Womanhood
and assumption of office Day Program", April I 2 6:
backward-looking ,strife-rid- representatives in Congressfor Church will meet with Mrs. Lillie at the Johnson
Chapel
]man of the Trustees' Board, Baptist Church. Speaker was Mrs. Carrie "Daniels of
den neighboring statesspeci- to influence the voting on this this It is their Veal of S.W. 6th St.
purpose. 720 Beach. The club
j gave some factual statements on Daytona members cited Mrs. Thelma M. Jordan (above, left)
fically Alabama and Mississippi bill.Will duty to make our wishes Wednesday at 8 pjn. Rev. L. A. the status of Bell Nursery in the for her services to the community. Mrs. Cora P. Roberson gave the citation.

Florida can be an example the people of Florida known; to correct provisions Tillman, pastor; Mrs. J. Gain- community; and Mrs. Chris Mrs. Ernestine Walker (above center) is president of the club. The members a

to the Union or a blot elect a candidate who will which may be abhorrent to ey, reporter. ]Matheson, State Presidentelectof entertained 'their guest with a Lunch eon at the Prim Rose Inn. The i

upon\. its honor and integrity. have to violate his oath oft :(Continued on SA) l r \ j the United Church Women, ended their day: wit 4" *a Tea Sip" at the home of Airs. Ann A. McGhee.- -grot J-; _

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Sunday. May 17. 1964 Gainesville SunMEN'S S.
they would stop and think back or a substitute until'the
Voice of the People about what they are doing.I present problem is solved.
realize that integration is We get tired of going to the '
-. .. a serious matter. The fact is drive-ins and even some of
(Continued' from 4A) sions for yourselves or 'do education in itself also a serious matter that we the more bored human beingsare SHOP TODAY!
many; to add, subtract or tde- political cast offs have to We the students of GHS do not belong on the streets, getting tired of egg i n g,
lete --tftis should not'be a make them for you? Evenif would like to have somethingto in the woods or in the police throwing water-filled balloon
campaign issue. some primary loser should say about these articles. station. and other just juvenile-de
to vote for Mayor Our school is as far as we linquent actions.
All politicians are in favorof urge you We are not allowed on the
vote vote, not his. are concerned the best in the You the adults took
"Love, Mother, God and High your U of F campus: nor are we our activities -
state. As for the fees, if the
Country." In Florida they P. L. DAVIDSOI old enough to go to their acti- away from us. So
students need these books,and
must also take some stand onI vities. We just want a decent please give us something in
extra articles, then they
ediicatroiL Both of our candi- Where Do should be bought. One cannot place to go and meet our return.
dates are in favor of "educa- friends. We want our dances LINDA KAYE BENNETT
I l| tion." But take a look at what Teens Go Now? for expect each the individual government article to thata pay I

, each has done. Heed their student needs. But, I feel 3 COMMERCIAL DRINK BOXES
_achievements: not their prom- EDITOR Sun: I am a sen- that the cost is worth the edu-
, --lses, ior at Gainesville High School cation and knowledge that we 4'-Chest Type for Soft Drinks $100 QUALITY ;
--* Mayor burns is the chief and at the present time a have when we graduate. 4'-Chest Type for Dairy Products. .$150 o OISCOUNSi111tJi1jJ
executive of which has very unhappy one.
f.. such a poor a city school .system In the last few articles in Another us. Surely idea if the has City occurredto Com- 8'-Counter Type Beer Box .................. $650

j r that it is in danger of losing the column The Voice of The mission and the parents of All in extra-clean condition.
I.rr its accreditation. He has had People, everything about our Gainesville care half as much FR 2,9507 or
more than a few years to school has been torn apart. for us as they do for stoppingour CALL FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m.
correct this situation and each The students the faculty and recreation, then I wish
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it has --- ----------- -----
year become worse.
Mayor High heads a city 1
'' with a superb educationalsystem.
I He has been in
Ir
office long enough to impov- INNOWWIT1HAYDON
j, erish this system but he has ; }
not. He has only increased
l its excellence.
Mayor Burns must have
thought he was saying some-

I' thing "bad" about Mayar I BURNSDear 7 .. ,
tc,
High when he called him the II I ( ShoP 12 Noon : III
"the NAACP candidate." If
the NAACP is supporting I .. I
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r Mayor High, then he has the '
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; backing of an old and honor- Friends: "" 1" ,_; .

t able has been organization smeared-many one times which I Knowing of your interest in good Government for all of r : WOMEN'S II
.4\ i r'1 :
but stuck.none of the' smears has Florida, I am appealing to you for your help in the second -

k lem There, though.is one If small Major prob-High primary. i t:i DRESS SHIRTS rt F RIB TICKLERS :

"is the NAACP candidate," Because of the limited time between primaries, please

I why money doesn't to wage he have an enough all-out, I! forgive the urgency in making this immediate appeal. I SPORT SHIRTS 'I 1 j JAMAICA :

no holds barred television, ask for all-out t : j I
radio, newspaper, bumper I need your help and sincerely your sup- ] fi t

",i I right-thinking sticker, poster, pure campaign AngloSaxon ? All- port. Please let me know that I can count on you. : s JAC-SHIRTS !J SHORTS d di

a white non-Catholic Floridians ,i I
J KNOW that the NAACP I '*Ji" J I .
?
I l has money to burn. Where Very Truly Yours, j e;: Your Choicefor Mix and Match
g
ij is it, then? i ,
1 Probably he will pick up a HAYDON BURNS it.-: f .I
: large number of Negro votes I :-ttj:; ''
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because he has promised to $ 22I
$
i uphold his oath of office. So I i 1
what? SUPPORT THE CANDIDATE WHO IS BEST .
What votes will Mayor ". i
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Burns tain .to get' receive% He is the almost vote cer-off FOR GAINESVILLE, ALACHUA! COUNTY, & FLORIDA. ,:::>'I I i ea. i

every (eligible) member of I I II 0 r'
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civil rights legislation. I doubt '* I t. j In Cool Easy Core I Dacron, Cotton & Duck 1

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slinging" :i 1: .. :.. :
All he has to stand on is ] f!; :
his record.
'Take a look at it, and try I
to see him the few times his
I
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1 Sunday, May 17. 1964 Gainesville Sun S.
they would stop and think back or a substitute until the
Y..oiceof the People about what they are doing.I present problem is solved. .
realize that integration is We get tired pf going to the
a serious matter. The fact is drive-ins and even some of
(Continued' from 4A) sions for yourselves, or do education in itself. also a serious matter that we the more bored human beingsare SHOP TODAY!
many; to add, subtract or*delete political cast offs have to We the students of GHS do not belong on the streets, getting tired of egg i n g,
-this should not'be a make them for you? Even would like to have somethingto in the woods or in the police throwing water-filled balloons
.
about articles. and other just juvenile-de-
campaign issue. if some primary loser should say these station.
to vote for Our school is as far as we linquent actions.
AU politicians are in favor urge you Mayor We are not allowed on the
of "Love, Mother, God and High, vote your vote, not his. are concerned, the best in the U of F campus', nor are we You the adults took our activities -
state. As for the fees, if the
Country." In Florida they P. L. DAVIDSCtf old enough to go to their acti- away from us. So !
students need these books and
must also take some stand onI vities. We just: want a decent please give us something in
extra articles, then they
education. Both of our candi- Where Do should be bought. One cannot place to go and meet our return.
dates are in favor of "educa- friends. We want our dances LINDA KAYE BENNETT
the to
tion." But take a look at what Teens Go Now? for expect each individual government article thata pay I

I each has done. Heed their student needs. But, I feel 3 COMMERCIAL DRINK BOXES
i ,,"_achievements i not their. prom- EDITOR, Sun; I am a sen- that the cost is worth the edu- pUAIITYu
-ises.r ior at Gainesville High School cation and knowledge that we 4'-Chest Type for Soft Drinks $100
:M }; "Burns is the chief and at the present time a have when we graduate. 4'-Chest Type- for Dairy Products .... $150 ISCOUNS
executive of a city which has very unhappy one. occurredto
such a. poor school system In the last few articles in Another us. Surely idea if the has City Com- 8'-Counter Type Beer Box .................. $650All
;l that it is in danger of losing the column The Voice of The mission and the parents of in extra-clean condition.
.;, its accreditation. He has had People, everything about our Gainesville care half as much FR 2-9507 or
more than a few years to school has been torn apart. for us as they do for stoppingour CALL FR 2-3251 after 6 p.m.
correct this situation and each The students, the faculty and recreation, then I wish
1 ; ,year it has become worse. I
t Mayor High heads a city i iJ
with a superb educationalsystem.
He has been in
office long enough to impov-
j erish this system but he has JOIN NOW WITH
not. He has only increased !
I its excellence.
Mayor Burns must have I,
thought he was saying something -
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High when he called him the I rEshcrIG I 1ccrzFI I

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has been smeared many times your : MEN'S WOMEN'S

but none of the smears has I Florida, I am appealing to you for your help in the second -
stuck.

lem There, though.is one If small Mayor prob-High primary. 11 i DRESS SHIRTS F II yI RIB TICKLERS{ !

"is the NAACP candidate" Because of the limited time between primaries, please

I why money doesn't to wage he have an enough all-out, forgive the urgency in making this immediate appeal. r SPORT SHIRTS I.) JAMAICA :s si

holds barred, television,
no I need your help and sincerely ask for your all-out sup-
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When the Democrats Smothered the Baker Inquiry


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2fom Ifurfc Qltea others on the basis of rumors ed with shouts by Case of est exhibition" of power ever (

By ARTHUR KROCK and inuendoes. So I say to "point of order," and "point of employed by "the presiding I

i WASHINGTON From the Or Are ? (Case, Williams and Sen. Hugh personal privilege;" with Mans- officer, the parliamentarianand 1
outset of the investigation bya : They Hiding Something Scott of Pennsylvania), name field drowning out those shouts the majority leader." The :

Senate subcommittee of the the..senators you wish to have with his own; with Kennedy Republicans hope that matters ,
financial operations of RobertG. interrogated... now, tomorrow, overruling Case time after time will stand in that posture. And i
,within 48 hours... on the floor. the Democratic high command
Baker, former secretary, to kill Williams's Whether the fund and telling him as often to ,
Democratic
proposal, or not the suspect campaign rec- he said, "is broad enough to second
is anxious
about the mishandling
Be having
the Senate majority, the con the majority of 42 that voted Establishment in the ords would furnish them, the permit any necessary inquiryinto specific of campaign funds- "take your seat;" with the parliamentarian thoughts on ways to repair the
duct of the
inquiry has served reversing himself
to exclude Baker'srole "aye" consisted entirely of executive and legislative Democratic Establishment has the affairs of anyone in (The subcommittee chairman damage the gagging of Case 'I
testimony on the first instance of the
I helped them to this -
in the allocations of senatorial Democrats, only 9 joining the j I branches of the government to the voters.convey.This asset suspicion the Senate... or associated with will..hear them) and do it un- kind anyone recalls. may have on Senate supportfor
the Senate.... now or in the past. der the existing resolution, and the ether gagging it has in
campaign funds, and his solid Republican phalanx of feared this would be the con- will be increased in potential
relation to the sources from 24 who voted "no." When the sequence, its repressivemeasures vote-getting value if the sub- But it is not broad enough to at once...' Let us have done When the bedlam ceased,, view of the southern filibuster
permit any senator to..chal- with the innuendo." Case he commented, had I against the equal rights
which they were derived. The party line is drawn as clearlyas have created that im committee terminates its inquiry sly as I
turmoil in the Senate Thursday, on this roll-call, the reasonis pression. And it was surely by May 31 as scheduled- lenge the integrity of the 99, The next 15 minutes resound- been "overridden by the rough-. bill.

the most disorderly and objur- to be found in acutely partisan -strengthened among those citizens -and without broadening it to

gative in recent tunes, arose considerations.On where the impression may cover the campaign-fund, Bak-
directly from this exclusion.It the Republican side, the have been spread by the violent er-connected "study" proposedby i U.S. Totals Up Viet Nam Casualties 1 1WE'RE
also provides the key to hope has been that public opin- parliamentary suppressions Williams.
the roll-call by which was reJected -ion would force the Democratic- Thursday of Williams and Sen. L

-;l the proposal by Sen. controlled subcommittee t o Clifford P. Case of New Jer However, 36 to, 33 by, agreeing to a motion Thursday of. WASHINGTON (AP-Amer- Saturday by a comment of Maj. Nam chief of state said that the U. S. force and that of South I
II John Williams the records of Baker'shandling
R-Del., that open sey, and the partisan majorityby a Republican member of the ican casualties in South Viet Gen. Nguyen Khanh, made during "more than 300 American he-I Viet Nam-about 15,500 for the I
the subcommittee be of the senatorial I
specifically campaign which these suppressionswere Carl Nam continue to climb but still a speech paying tribute to roes have given their lives to
subcommittee T. Curtisof in the
United States, 350,000 reg- i
instructed to explore this funds, and that the dis- enforced.So "
are only a fraction of heavy Americans aiding in the war this land.
Nebraska the Senate
,
sensitive closures would alienate ular and paramilitary units of
highly that if the
JI political area. many Republicansare
losses suffered by the far larger against the Viet Cong. The Viet
granted to the subcommittee officials insisted that
On the motion of Majority Leader voters from the Democratic national unable to lay their handson Pentagon South Viet Nam. Secretar y of
I Mike Mansfield to "table" ticket of 1964. the political dynamite theyI1 minority the privilege, thus far South Vietnamese forces. the weekly, cumulative sum- Defense Robert S. McNamarahas
I denied, of calling witnesses. In The total of U. S. casualties- mary of U. S. casualties is ac-
Brazil said the is to add an-
; to JoinCampaign plan
i the short time remaining, if the I killed, wounded, missing-Sat curate and that the latest countof other 50,000 to the Vietnamese
inquiry comes to an end in urday stands at slightly over 229 deaths from both combat
Bryant Soon Lame Duck compliance with the terms of 1,000 since this country began To and noncombat causes is the. armed So far strength., McNamara and other
the resolution which created it, stepping up its activity in Viet correct one. administration leaders have not
this modification enable Nam at the start of 1961, accord-
1
may Isolate CubaRIO
deaths the combat units into
sent
In addition to the regular
the Republicans to make ing to official Pentagon figures. .
more U. S. list shows 867 wounded 01 Viet Nam-as was done in Ko-
il Cites Feats political hay out of the campaign The latest tally shows that of
DE JANEIRO Brazil
i 'Unspectacular injured, with nine missing. rea-to wage war under full 1"
funds issue. This extra the over-all total, 131 U. S. per- .
AP-Brazil will Vene-
sonnel died ( support There is, of course, a hUgE U. S. control alongside Vietnamese
crop could be the harvest of from action by "hos-
zuela's campaign to isolate Cuba difference in the ol f r units.
By ALLEN MORRISTALLAHASSEE objection has been voiced to "In the first 12 grades this Republican summoned wit tile forces," with another 98 from the rest of Latin America, manpower 4
Tradition- this reform. The attitude of the has been a development of past nesses who refuse to answer dead from accidents or other says President Humberto Cas- 1

ally, the people of Florida begin new Governor may be important trends; in higher education we substantative questions, or of noncombat causes. tello Branco.In .
looking to the Democratic nom- in this.Incidentally. have pioneered. The fight to testimony which will be em- During the same period, over- Cross !
C 'm0lJ/
inee instead of the Governor as the new Governor raise professors' salaries, FIG barrassing to the Democratic all casualties among South Viet- his first news conference AJOlCj
since he took office after the
Florida Establishment.But namese troops has reached
US (the Institute for
j the head of state once the second will have more opportunityfor .
more than 41,800, on the basis of ouster of leftist President Joao
of hIs Continuing University Studies), FOA'INSURANCE
is the
primary over. easy placement meanwhile, it is carryingthe
Castello
Goulart on April 1,
l Thus Governor _ than had, GENESYS (Graduate Engineering estimates made in Saigon. The
own people Bryant burden of the denial to Case Branco said he had carefully & BONDS
Farris Bry- for Governor Bryant grasped, Education System), the trI- last Thursday of his rights un- fatality total presumably is studied a report by the Organization I
ant shortly will the nettle of bringing about the mester, the bond issue-I would der the rules, as generally in- heavy in the deadly guerrilla of American States
1 be, as have his Cracker removal of a half hundred jobs,I like for them to be remembered. terpreted and enforced by the warfare. charging Cuba with aggression
Washington was mystified
predecessors at largely policy-making, from the chair. One is the right to invoke against Vehezuela. *
this period of Politicstheir merit system. debate of 1109 NORTH MAIN STREET
2. The conservation and development a on a "point He said he would join Vene
terms, a What does Governor Bryant of our classic natural -personal privilege." The sec- Laos
Refugee zuela before the OAS in seekinga GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
lame duck. This! think of the performance of his resources has been so advanced ond, which is related to the collective break in diplomatic
t kind of political administration? How does he as to be a revolution.We first, is the right to appeal to relations and economic Phone 376-4582-
Tell of an embargo
bird is described by the diction-" hope history will remember the have coordinated state and the Senate to reverse a decisionof High against Cuba. C. Emory Cross
ary as a "disabled person. Bryant era? federal activities so as to more the presiding officer that the
This means the retiring Gov- "I hope, Allen," said Governor -than double federal water con- "point of personal privilege"has Attack Toll The new Brazilian governmentbroke
off relations with the Cas- Life
Representing Leading Fire
ernor does not ordinarily not properly been raised.
pos- Bryant, in a moment the trol and navigation appropriations -
t sess the full ability to exert the other day when the attention of begun the Cross-Florida The improbable initiator of MUONG CHA, Laos (AP) tro regime on Wednesday, ac- and Casualty Companies
cusing it of subversion in Bra
I persuasion that is one of the most politically minded Flori- Barge Canal, stopped indiscri- the rulings from the chair by Refugee Meo tribesmen who zil. i
chief of the office under fled from Communist attacks in
powers dians was riveted upon the second -mininate sale of Florida's pub- which both these rights were
J the checks-and-balances of our primary campaign, "t his lic land, established new road denied was the most considerate -' the remote northeast corner of iI
Cabinet system. administration will be of Laos have told of severe casual-
remem- department policies recreational -
of Senate leaders and the
Governor Bryant still will bered for its honesty, its free- development, and secur- member most protective of or- ties-possibly 1,000. dead among oh3 mfs l '} r fRl Il l/REB r Buy I
civilians alone.If
have the appointment of sever- dom from scandal, its efficiency -ed popular approval of a bond derly procedure, Mike Mans-
' al hundred persons to public ofI' its handling of race relationsin issue that will make perma- field of Montana. The violent- the reports prove anywherenear
fices, and these appointmentswill such fashion that Florida has nent Florida's characteristic as ly-reacting victim of his par- accurate, the losses couldbe J
I'I be as sound and binding as been an island of peace for the a wonderful state in which to be liamentary and oral bludgeoning the highest in Laos' civil

any made during the honeymoon most part in a sea of violence. outdoors. was the member with whom war.A. Pal
( months in 1961. "But these things are not moderation in speech, act and U.s. aid official helpingcare BVe .
3. We have administeredroad
J He may, for example, nomi- spectacular-they are 'matter- partisanship are closely associated for the Meos reaching the
construction designed
policies -
! nate the nine persons who will of-course developments." Case of New Jersey. Muong Cha Valley said it wouldbe
to tie all Florida together -
(subject to confirmation by fel Specifically, continued Governor The assisting principals in the two or three weeks before a
with multi-lane highways, regardless -
true count could be made.
,1 low members of the Board of Bryant, "there are certain of districts or coun- gaveling-down of Case were
.; Education and by the 65 Sen- break-throughs we have made ties. the ordinarily polite freshman Stories of the bloody attacks
ate) atke over administrationof that are memorable: senator from Massachusetts, and ambushes came from 2,500 FRIOIDAIRBesttuno
the university system from "1. Education has been recog- "That has not been politically Edward M. Kennedy, and his Meos who have reached this
the present Board of Control for nized as the critical factor in popular, but it will be when the partner in confusion, the Sen- area 145 air miles north of VI-

terms up to nine years. This our future development, and evidence is available to ride nate Parliamentarian Charles entiane. ?

assumes the voters in Novem- we have started Florida on the on. And, of course, I am proud Watkins. Eyewitnesses said Communist of the year! We're
ber establish the Board of Reg- road to providing the qualityand that we took a road depart- The shouting floor encounterwas units struck simultaneouslyApril going a -out to beat last year's
ents, and so far ment scandal-racked deficit 22 at two major Meo WE EKD
no substantial the quantity needed. as incredible to read aboutin record! But hurry to get these terrific J,.
Pha Kha and Phou
I ridden, and with morale de- strongpoints,
the Congressional Record as
values! won't last long! ;
They
stroyed, and made it respected, it was to those present. It be- Nong, 10 miles apart and 100 : q
f efficient, and financially sound. gan quietly enough, with Wil- miles north of Muong Cha near S 4 ......
AlACHUA COUNTY "There is much more,*' concluded liams offering his amendment the border with North Viet

I Governor Bryant, "but and Curtis offering his, and Nam. Budget' Bargain Buy!
saver
: even the above is too much to each arguing his point in.orderly Heavy bombardment by Red Compact!
r hope for." I fashion. But then Sen. Mundt. mortars preceded the fighting, Family size. Value WiseFRIGIDAIRE
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da governors are remembered, would not be taken "in Favorite Show
,if at all, by a single achieve- every precinct in America" to
:ment capable of being capsul- reflect the intent of the Democratic MEMPHIS (AP) Mrs.

,ed.Governor Establishment to make Spencer Ellis was fast asleep
1i Napoleon B. Brow- the subcommittee investiation"a when she was awakened by the
[ ;ard is recalled, for example, for bomb shelter for the protection sound of women's voices in her
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reclamation of the Ever. of senators themselves house. 1.f 1..

[ I glades. Governor John, W. Mar- ?" When Williams solemnly She grabbed a robe and

!' I II tin, as the man'who got motor- I replied, "That is cor- hustled to the living room.
ists out of the sand and mud rect," Mansfield, visibly angered There she found her poodle

I, ruts and onto paved roads. Gov- took the: floor. Suzette lying on the sofa, ::5wauura4.st e
ernor Dave Sholtz, for spurr- "The resolution under which thoughtfully watching the television =

4'I' ing Florida's adoption of New the committee has operated," show it had turned on. M0d.l UF01M4Ml
) Deal social welfare legislation. 11-Mca.G w as iw.n cu.ft.
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": Pay TV Heads for the Big Showdown \ UCBFor


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4 Sfom Hark Eton I Weaver cannot dawdle too'I hov's "Uncle Vanya";; the cur- The company also has been required Our Personal

JACK GOULDNEW long, however. He must assure rent off-broadway revival of to post bond coveringthe
By .
YORK After : West Coast Venture the two clubs at some point of Euripides's "The Trojan Women cost of riping out the entire Brand Of Service
years a potential of 20,000 subscribers ," with Mildred Dunnock; wired installation if the project
( talk it
visionary now -
I that tele-appears in each city or perhaps lose "An Evening With the Royal proves a flop. I We Want You To Meet
pay-as-you-see his prime attraction. But if Ballet" and "The Best of the
:vision may be headed for a Puts Cards on the TableHe the two baseball teams should Bolshoi." In California, the most articulate -
definitive showdown. Toll television's to TV is
chance to coin big money from Subscription Television, Inc., opposition pay Our Employees
largest experiment is coming from a familiar source _
I the individual TV family at has raised approximately $23-
scheduled to get started this begins with probably more heated oppositon from motion home, repercussions in the 000,000 through a stock offering, -the owners of motion picture
in Los and
summer Angeles 'advantages than any other pict(i e-theater owners and or- sports world are bound to be but most of this is being put into houses who fear competition.

i I J San Francisco and, if the venture :wouldbe impresario of pay-as- ganized broadcasters and pre- formidable. If the cash does equipment. The payasyousee -, They are bringing pressure on p :,:..
catches on, the presumed producers to keep first run
you-see TV; he also has problems -cipitated a formidable legal not materialize, probably the programs will be distributed '
revolution in show business will which are larger. wrangle involving the Federal major ,hreat to the status over wires in San Francisco films away from Weavers: com-
quo
be under way. If public response I Weaver is entering a field Communications Commission.The in TV will have gone. and Los Angeles; there will. pany and the home box office,

J if negligible, the job ,which thus far has been attended edge is baseball. The The ostensible start of the be a direct physical link be- and are backing a referendumto
be for the tempting the California
may up repeal legis-
by incredible promotional games of the San Francisco Gi- West Coast operation is July 1 tween individual homes and a
idea box-office in
"I of putting a lature's authorization of to 11
the home. ballyhood and no discernible ants and the Los. Angeles Dod- but no one would be too sur- I sntral studio and control point. video.

Heading the West Coast success. gers are not carried on free prised if it were put off until Wiring up a couple of cities is r
The twist to the
: project is the redoubtable Sylvester I The West Coast project, on TV under the sponsorship of advertisers nearer August. Weaver has promised anything but cheap and thereis new long con- <
I troversy over pay-as-you-s e e
: L. (Pat) Weaver, former the other hand, has one important -' and are being offered a number of cultural programs the further expense of installing TV lies in the attitude of the
chairman of the National Broadcasting I edge, an edge w hich as the prime attraction on the to go along with the the gadget that will record members of the F.C.C. Both
i Co., who is president I explains why the venture has projected subscription' systemsin baseball, such as Sir Laurence,what a subscriber has seen, have been
t J rI I of Subscription Television, Inc. I roused far and away the most the two cities. Olivier's production of Chek-(the prelude to his eventual bill. concerned groups traditionally over whether the

: advent of pay TV' might displace -
the existing'free TV ser-

Panama Elected In The Nikita l WinningEgypt vice.sure of The justification concern had when a it mea-was PATSY STEPHENS

Head Teller
Ii assumed that the rival pay systems -
would be forced to com-

Unusual Leader CapitolWASHINGTON s Acclaim pete for use of broadcast channels I
j in short supply.But Patsy, -(almost r a hundred

,; the"news over-the-air pay-TV now pounds) handles night depositsfor
APIn
der the regime of Arnulfo Arias, ( By GEORGE MCARTHUR ist leaders were not just fishing seems on the verge of extinc- business accounts, bank collection
1.1 1 Sfoui \ ark wimr from Washington: One thing uppermost on Khru: tion; a station could go broke items and issues cashiers'
ironically his chief opponent CAIRO (AP) Nearing the during the period of transition. checks as well as handling
The election of Marco A. in the recent election, he work- TRADE BARRIERS-Even if I shchev's mind, as has been evi regular
halfway mark of his state and
1 17-day 'dent from the conversations oi f! Its drawback is that regular I paying receiving teller
Robles as Panama's next president truck driver in the the United States negotiates
f ,ed as a
visit to strategic Soviet duties.
Egypt, : must be canceled
+: programs
deals a hard blow at the favorable trade arrangementswith those in his entourage is the
: Canal Zone.
Premier Khrushchev alreadyhas : while pay-TV shows are carri-
t impression that this small, pov- other countries, American i campaign of Premier Chou En
..1 nailed down
a resounding ed. The shows must be"scrambled"
erty-ridden country is ruled bya Despite a short term as deputy -businessmen's troubles with re- lai of Red China to exclude the, pay

I closed and rigid oligarchy.The for the liberal party, Robleswas strictions may not all be solved, triumph. Soviet Union from African and transition and at "unscrambled the point of
not widely known when Thus far his ,Asian councils and to divide the,
warned .
man who has been pro- a congressional study personal suc- at the receiving end to thwart .a '
claimed the winner of last Sunday's President Chiari appointed him Saturday.The cess has cost him no more thana world on racial lines. non-paying eavesdroppers. With! ;
I minister of in 1960. Dur- few medals little and
justice
election is a sleep
a strange fig-
the Khrushchev already has won,, the use of wires, on the other f"
of famiI ing his three years in that officehe study, prepared by several rousing anticolonial '-
ure among the galaxy according to all public indica hand, the element of secrecy I '
i lies whose members have held dealt serverely with crime staff of the Senate-House Eco- speeches. tions, the under-the-table support is preserved. The program re- 'l''t :. .. \
nomic Committee the
put prob-
I the presidential which flourished in the urban lem this : "The hope of fos- Whether or not he sweetensthe of Nasser in Moscow's dis, ceived over a wired circuit is SAVE
since slums of Panama, some of the way fed into of the set's unused
post pot with more Soviet aid pute with Peking. Ben Bella and I one
increased trade
Panama bellan worst in Latin America.One tering among Aref the obvious channels.The .
\ the nations of the Atlantic com- money-and chances are he will were next tar-
I, came a republic of his most controversial munity may be frustrated if the -Khrushchev has assured his gets. legal implications of re- TIME and
.y ,in 1903. In Tile At the ceremonies liance on wires rather than ont
in jubilant ;
actions was to order the national dismantling of public tariff and personal popularity Egypt fora
,I RoblesThe to "shoot to kill' after long time to come. Diplomatic marking completion of the first the airwaves for distributing toll
guard nontariff barriers is not
name is pro- News nightfall if it encountered the matched by in elimi- circles feel certain before his stage of the Soviet-financed As: video had led, in turn, to a further STEPSWITH
nounced robe- progress Dam Nasser told Khrushchev argument. The National Association -
wan ,
I -
established departure May 25, Khrushchevwill
gangs that had a nating existing private cartels
of Broadcasters is
lace isunassuming ar unload that the Soviet imprint t
something more sub-
virtual reign of terror in the and market allocationsand
private : for
begging a stronger
man who claims stantial than speeches.This was prominently placed on the. govern-
slums. It was generally agreed in preventing new private mental control of a potential ,
neither the wealth nor educa- African continent.To A
that his tough-handed measures barriers to trade from develop not of
tional background that charac- probably was on Khru- increase his influence in I 'competitor hough ,
terize many leading politiciansin had been effective.As ing." shchev's mind Thursday as he the Middle East and Africa, course, for itself. E. William

Panama. His outstanding a candidate, Robles seem- Noting that there are signifi-I set off for the Red Sea with his Khrushchev had adopted, to none's a: Henry, F.C.C. chairman, has
ed unimnressive. He speaks host, Egyptian President Gamal personally come out for super- 11I
surprise, a truculently
determi- an-
qualities are energy, cant differences between European
little humor vision of wired TV lest it
slowly, displays Abdel Nasser, and President even-
ticolonial line.
nation and devotion to order and U.S. antitrust legisla- I/
: and was no match for the fiery Abdel Salam Areb of Iraq. At He has blasted Great Britainfor tually disturb the on-the-air ser- n
.. and work.. I rhetoric and the flair of Arias. tion, the study suggested one the isolated port of Ras Banas its bases in Aden and elseI vice to viewers unwilling or unable
In Robles embodies I more attempt to obtain "an ef- to
i many ways Furthermore, his emergenceas they were joined by President where. His jibes at the United pay.
in his background, taste and the government's compromise -fective international agreement Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria. I States have been indirect Such thinking was too much
more CHECKINGACCOUNT
outlook the growing middle I candidate only after two to regulate private trade re- Aboard the Egyptian presidential in keeping with his evident intention last week for Richard S. Sal-

class of Latin America, which other ]leaders of the liberal straints" even though "all pre- yacht Hourryia, Khrushchevand of presenting to theant, vice-president of the Columbia

l4 is slowly implanting in the party became deadlocked did vious attempts have ended with the Arab world's most left- Egyptians the mild face of a Broadcasting System.He 1
southern part of the hemisphere defeat or inaction." doubted that broadcasterscould
not improve his stock. But sweet-reasoning premier who
the egalitarian ethics that basically Robles campaigned stubbornlyon A LAST WISH-Lt. Gen. favors peaceful coexistence.This complain about compe-
tition from which did
I, dominate the north."Surely his record in the cabinet, Leonard D. Heaton, surgeon Brokerage Plans line already had been not need any a system of the technical

', "I my background determined pledged moderate reforms and, general of the Army, has been widely accepted in Egypt and is facilities they were now using.So 7'LU.

t: my deep conviction above all, espect for the coun- awarded an additional clusterto Audit After more so today after a weeklongdin far, toll video has not ,

'" 'that social reform is long overdue try's constitution, ,which had his Distinguished Service of propaganda carried by shown enough strength for the

lhat the abject poverty been abrogated during Arias's Medal, fulfilling a deathbed re- Chief's Suicide the state radio and televisionand networks to bother to retaliate,

I -we" have alongside opulent two terms as president.At quest of a famous patient, the all the country's papers. but were such an eventualityto FREE
wealth must disappear," he 58, Robles is a husky man late Gen. Douglas MacArthur. NEW YORK (AP) The big That the message will spread materialize, the chains '
said the other day in a statement with a rugged face, dark sad brokerage house of Walston & there is no doubt. Cairo's prop- might well try for a knockout

!1 that showed his striking eyes, a slightly curved nose Heaton was the chief surgeonin Co., Inc., in the wake of the aganda voice is heard throughout blow in the form of special pro- PersonalizedChecks

similarity to President Johnson and a large mouth. three operations on Mac- mysterious suicide of its presi- the Middle East. i graming.

both in his bluntness and his Against accusations that his Arthur. In accepting the award dent, has ordered a precautionary -

,. political philosophy., party represented the interestsof Friday from the Army chief of audit with copies to be sentto Support and Re-Elect ,

\ Robles was born In Agua- the oligarchy Robles was staff, Gen. Earle G. Wheeler, he all its customers. With Your Name
dulce on Nov. 8, 1905. Agua- able to demonstrate that he recalled MacArthur's strength, CLAUDE BRANDONCOUNTY t
and courage and "will to live." Vernon C. Walston, 58, killed a l And Account
dulce was also the home town continued to live modestly ? '1.'.;
President Roberto ,that he would himself Thursday evening witha COMMISSIONER"For Numbes.
r of the family of to convince many Before he died, MacArthurtold ,
dictate to him. shotgun in the firm's head- I Ih
f F. Chiarl, a fact that allow nobody to Army officials that, "I have
( No
quarters. note found.
I played an important part in He lives in a comfortable but seen many units of many coun- was Conitnued ; !

Pi the history of the Robles clan. inexpensively furnished homein tries in action, but I have never His firm issued a statement Progress"Vote ,

i.. Robles's father, Adriano, a the residential suburb of El seen one to surpass in cohesion Friday, insisting it was a sound On New Accounts,

:t hard working businessman, Cangrejo. It has a garden anda and efficiency that which has and going concern. The audit, to for the man with' a PROV-
'4'I served as minister of justice in patio where Robles likes to been administering to me under be made at the close of business I EN record of progress in meetingthe Checks Printed

the administration of President receive his friends informally Gen. Heaton." May 28, was termed purely pre needs of the County. .' Within Minutes-
Chiari's father, Rodolfo. wearing sport shirt and slacks. cautionary. (Pd. Adv' I
ambition of His wife is the former Petita ----- .r > 4.
The --
greatest ; ---------- --
r'i Robles was to follow his fath- Querube Saa, a tall chestnut- Saigon Cl aimsVictory

t er's footsteps by becoming min- haired teacher. They have three 'I All
ister of justice. But he had daughters, Raquel Arciceli, 13. In BOB Accounting

{ always felt the presidency Lia Gisela, 11, and Roxanne Handled_ By
would be beyond his reach. Querube, 3. 2.DaBattle
Robles's introduction to poli- When the Robleses want to AutomaticEquipment

] tics came at the age of 26 when relax, they drive into the coun- SAIGON, South Viet Nam '
he enrolled in the liberal relatives in ,,,. For
} party try or visit Agua-, (AP-The South Vietnamese -
and divided his time between dulce. He is an avid hunter of government said Saturday its

t politics and working for an insurance wildfowl, likes to read, Is es-. forces scored a victory in a .:.' Accuracy..! ..
company. Later he be- pecially fond of the novels of two-day battle in southern An -- '- *.
: t
l came assistant manager of the I IIi Romulo Gallegos, the former Giang Province, killing. 37 Com- **
national bank. But when faced Venezuelan president, and en- munist guerrillas.

with political submergence un- joys semiclassical music.'tBank .- .' .: .1':
t Q The government said its own **'-'-! :..
losses before the firing ended J ""' '. L..
Friday were two dead. .. .,., -. ',
.....
I: Robber Escapes The Defense Ministry revisedits .t.+ .: ..., ,-..-. J ..

figures of government lossesin -...- .. --

I''a' Jail With Absurd Ease Thursday.an ambush It said north 48 men of ,Saigon three g FOR GOVERNOR ; .

I Convenient
f fewer than reported :>rigin3.llY'11'were ,,. -.-......,k' ..;... "
ASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -' I Gordon said he later shouted for killed. '

Freshly sentenced bank robber 15 or 20 minutes, trying to tell I are missing. TAKE THE HIGH ROAD. .L Location Away.

William Hutton Coble broke out jail[ officials of the escape. He American sources said an ad- From
j of the Nashville _.:' Heavy
metropolitan
said no one paid any attentiorto :L ditional 30 men were woundedin "'J "
l::1 jail Friday in a comedy of er- : him. ambush by the Viet Cong. TO BETTER EDUCATION ...;.,,.' ::; .;::.. Traffic.
rors. A dragnet is out for him
'
and police officers say they are F- -' .

\J Investigating possible negli-i Bob High has led a communitywith ';

t gence. yo"lUPAYTO > MUCHatt : 4"
I II ; -
Chief Deputy Fate Thomas outstanding schools.TO : : ; j :
I said Coble, 41, with a recent I I : "
record of one and three i >_:= : :S.'l '.i" :: f"-i'J'.<., "' .
; escape {
.
Mr.*"
.d "' ... > ; '
; !BUiY" :
DECENCY IN GOVERMENT-
attempted escapes, was not ;' "'' .\. .' '
h' ( locked in his cell as he should il : I ," : ; r.\t-; i:;:";: :" ,_ .. .} auarE ,

I r have marshals been left when him at two the U.S.jail ; ; ){ J R iG'ET tNt; ... Bob High has kept his administrationclean : '

for safekeeping until he could K
be taken to federal prison. He and free of police corruption. r"I' S

escaped less than an hour later ;

in broad daylight. lIflithlI'la :; TO EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY h. .

Thomas said the prisoner apparently -

:.: corridor, sauntered borrowed down a blanket a jail i Bob High has given his city quality I ALWAYS WELCOME

from another federal prisoner, '
..
used it to muffle the sound as service. a lower tax rate. a

be broke out a window, then
politely returned the hlant't" to decreasing debt.

I the ,prisoner, climbed out the I
-winoowcrossed a roof and I IaImb a "-
.,
t
a SoUhe street. I :: Hear High Discuss Issues .. wurnis. rwyw

Tlisbther'prisoner, Jack Gordon .
said be loaned Coble the I WCGG 9 P.M. MONDAY, MAY 18 .. "
.. Member Federal Deposit
,''*
blanket because he thoughfrom ,
'
-
St.
St SW.lth
rth o.n
his well-dressed 'appearance at : L .(Pd. Pol. Adv.). ,,' ;... .-.. Insurance Corporationa
L .
I -' .eIf . .
that he was a detective.
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8A lIe Sun Sunday: May 17, 1964 __ I

Over She Goes :: Ulbricht Pigeon Drop \

I Helping Teeners .
'
Boastshis ,.
Costs $3,000A


f Live With Money RegimeBERLIN

A Negro woman says she was duped of $3,000.<

: BERLIN (AP-East German in hundred-dollar bills Friday in a "flim-flam" confidence:.
M I ..
ri ,WASHINGTON, D.C.Since Teenage boys prefer to Communist leader Walter Ul- game.

parents f supply a great deal of earn their money; girls like to bricht> opened a mass youth rally Mrs. Louise C. Brown, of 117 SE 15th St., told sheriffs investigators -
i I the $11 billion that lines the ask for it. 1 .h in East Berlin Saturday with she was shopping in downtown Gainesville whena

.. 1 pockets of their teenage sonsI' Teenagers give priority a prediction that West Germanywill Negro woman struck up a conversation with her.
and, daughters -and eventaul- to spending money for food, be Communist-ruled by the Then a secortd Negro woman showed up with a pocketbook

ly ends up in thousands of cash recreation, clothes, cosmetics, year 2000. she had "found." After some hesitation, they opened it and
I' Registers across the country- and grooming aids.Teenagers T "At the turn of the next'century discovered large bills.

i they, should be concerned about f. _ the German'youth will be The two strangers counted it and pronounced a $6,000 find.
Keir offspring's spending hab- make an at- T w'.3.ymss. t ti Jiving under peaceful conditions, Then one said she would check with her "Boss Lady" in a
i) its. tempt to save some of their the foundations of which have naerby building. She returned with the news that the ossLady"

** "For instance, many parents money. been laid by the (East) German would give them some of the money "if they would
wjfl be surprised to know that: Some teenagers contribute -- : ti Democratic Republic," he declared keep their mouths closed and if they could get some moneyto
=- The pocket money of the to the money income of the before 60,000 youngstersat help her make change," the sheriff's report stated.So .
average junior and senior high family. And despite the afflu- Walter Ulbricht Stadium.His Mrs. Brown was talked into going home, getting her
school student has increased al56st ence in middle and upper #; oratory on the virtues of bank book and withdrawing the $3,000 from her savings ac-
cent since 1945. classes, teenagers more often .
300 his echoed off the
per '-' resirsr:r i regime con- count.
.. 1;'= The national average income than not are expected to contri- crete wall he ordered built three She turned the money over to the pair. One left to get "Boss
a : of teenagers is $489 a bute in terms of services to the r I to the flow of to tell Mrs.
years ago stop Lady" to divide the shares and then returned
i .year or more than $9.45 a maintenance"If young people of the are home.to learnto #: r : refugees from his "first peaceful Brown she could get her share from a "Mrs. White" in the

!week. s'w i. German .workers and peas- Miller Building.She .
live with in the long _
teenagers
In 1963, 22% million money "
ants state. .
-about 12 per cent of, the run, they will need to understand ,t... 4 M 5- The huge stadium is less than never found Mrs. White.Press
of the fundamen-
some
United States population-spent .: 100 yards from the wall at

$11 billion. Bernauerstrasse, where a dozen Fla. Has Election
By 1970 the cash outlay of' people have died hi escape at-
teenager will:'says.
amount theAmerican to nearly $21 billion. "Teachers need to build a tempts. While he spoke, Red ST. AUGUSTINE (AP-Steve'[unanimously to serve one-yeai
armed with submachine
I These figures are reported in learning experiences around basic ? troops Pappas, managing editor of the terms.
booklet, "Youth and Money," concepts, help students seethe guns listened from nearby Daytona Beach News-Journal, The election concluded the annual
a
by 'the National Edu- particular relationships The walls came tumbling down on an old landmark at the corner of Southeast1st guard towers. elected president of the meeting of the association,
published capon Department of Home among concepts, and from Ave. and Southeast 2nd Place last week. A cable wrapped around the old Sponsored by the CommunistFree was Associated Press Association of held jointly with the annual
; brick shell and did t he job. The building, known as the "Old German Youth Organiza-
1 Economics. It was written bBeatrice y these understandings help students pulled by a crane Florida at its annual meeting meeting of the Florida Daily
is to have been about 65 old before it was ion it is the first
I Paolucci, Michigan I draw generalizations, Chevrolet Building" reported years major youth today. Newspaper Association.
y .'
k' :Tll:; Institute of Life* Insur- that time, hundreds of young- Pappas, who moved up from men attended a page makeup

f! : ajjj New York. sters used the opportunity to escape vice president, succeeded Bar- clinic conducted by Hugh Cunningham -

-DeSpite the great amounts Teamsters Members File Suit Demand to the West. ney Waters, managing editor of of the University ol
.s1 Snoney American teenagers But even with the wall, which the Pompano Beach Sun Sentinel Florida School of Journalism.
1 control, the booklet says, "lit- has cut the chances of successful -
effort has been escape to nearly zero, the
tangible
made tle to guide them toward Funds for TrialsWASHINGTON Communists appeared worried. Cleve Hamm, executive editorof
Hoffa Union
nature practices in handling Repay Western intelligence sources re- the Lakeland Ledger, was
named vice
president. He served
ported the estimated 10,000
honey. .... ., reg-
'. ethereever booklet continues: "If ular guards around West Berlin the past year as treasurer.
I f is a time for teaching (AP) Six repay the union money that sters, in the U.S. District Court fa said he would stop using un- have been reinforced. Armoredcars
The treasurer is Milt
it'is members of the Teamsters Union Hoffa and other officials have suit Friday, also asked that the ion money to pay his huge legal new
were seen 01 patrol duringthe
money management this have filed suit t demanding used to defend themselves in court grant an injunction forbid- costs until the Teamsters can II Kelly, managing editor of the
night.
And clearly
the must:teen be years.the school's task." The that the union president, James criminal trials. ding further payments of such get another legal opinion on the Communist officials have estimated Fort Lauderdale News.

bpoklet urges that a "dynamic R., Hoffa,,and his top commandtalk The six rank-and-file Team- legal expenses. matter. that about 500,000 young- Cortland Anderson, managing .

dealing with financial sters from throughout East editor of the St. Petersburg .
curriculum Estimates of the money already The suit follows a recently an-
management" be incorporated spent are in the hundredsof nounced Labor Department in- Germany would ,attend the Times, was elected secretary. L1

into home economics pro North Korea Frees thousands of dollars.It vestigation into the union's payment three-day rally, reminiscent of All of the officers were elected
grams. of Hoffa's legal bills. the hoopla the Nazis enjoyed
,... The teacher's task also was another in a series of staging for the Hitler youth.
should be to get each youth sharp blows to Hoffa's positionas The only power the Labor De- ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING IN A
to look at the two worlds that u. S. Pilots boss of the nation's biggest partment has is to investigateand
make up the teenager's social 'Spy' union. make public the amount Claims Forming

$the tting, tie hand booklet is the says.teenager On Even as the suit was entered spent for Hoffa's legal ex Defense Iilitia FLORIDA Swimming Pool ,

one PANMUNJOM, Korea (AP)_ Communist ground fire on May here, Hoffa was sitting in a penses.
3>hose money world exists between The law leaves it to indi- At Havana Univ.
I up I '
North Korean Communists Sat 17, 1963. Chicago courtroom on trial on Rivers Construction Co. '
his parent's experiences by .
vidual union members, such as
released two American.helicopter Han distributed
urday to
rich stretch from the Depression newsmen charges of conspiring to defraud MIAMI (AP) -Havana radio
the Philadelphia to
to the present, and themselves pilots forced down what was described as a photographic the union in a $20-million for reimbursement group of sue I said Saturday that Universitof y A QUALITY POOL Backed by a
last then claimed the U.N. any
environment May, copy of a receipt for loan scheme.He Havana students
whose life professorand 5
Command had acknowledgedthe the pilots from the U.N. com-I money allegedly spent im- FULL 5 YEAR WARRANTY
characterized by employes have formed
I tras been a J
abundance. pilots committed a border mand, admitting the two were also is appealing an eight- properly.The militia unit for service in cas
violation on an espionage mis- guilty of espionage and illegal year jury-tampering convictionin 2 SIZES 16x32 and 20x40
But, the booklet says, there Philadelphia group also Castro Cuba is attacked. -
all of
19 also the youth who lives in intrusion and promising such Chattanooga, Tenn. asked that bonding companies The broadcast, monitored in Priced at $3,000 to $3,500
I sion.A acts would not be repeated.For which costs money and keeps who have bonded union NO MONEY DOWN-5 YR. FINANCING
$)verty. These teenagers con- United Nations Command him from supervising the day- top officials Miami, quoted the president of f
template dropping out of school' spokesman confirmed deliveryof months, the U.N. Com- to-day affairs of the Teamsters, be made part of the suit. the Cuban Student Federation o n

,Jo help support their a receipt for the prisoners admitting mand had denied the pilots were which he has run with an iron They said Teamsters leaders I preparedness both military and WITH EACH POOL YOU CET
t families or themselves. They II they committed espion- on a spying mission. It said the hand. have refused to tell them the' political Filter System Skimmer Pool Brush Diving Board

cannot comprehend the world age. But he said later, that the men were inspecting ground names of the bonding com "Our first step will be to lear I Pool Light Test Kit Step Ladder Vacuum Cleaner
cf t abundance so many of the admission "is, of course, mean- markers in the two-mile-wide Some union sources have panics. who is with the revolution and I Leaf Net

i middle and upper-class youngcrs ingless." demilitarized zone and inad- questioned whether Hoffa can The suit named Hoffa, 14 oth- who is against it," said federation -
take for granted. remain in in the face of CALL FOP FREE ESTIMATE NO OBLIGATION -._"
{ ,
I vertently had wandered across power er members of the union's ex- president Jose Rebellon.
.."The teacher's task, in the Capts. Ben W. Stutts, 31, the court actions, without the ",
: the. Communist side. ecutive board and four trustees. "We must be ready to rush t o
of widening teen Florence, Ala., and Carlton W. RIVERS CONSTRUCTION CO:
Jfocess perception backing of the union treasury. the battlefield in we''' :
," the booklet says, "is Voltz, 27, Frankfort, Mich., the ,In Washington, President I The union has refused to say case are -".- -":- ". I
i\ M get each youth to look QbjecIf pilots, were flown to Seoul, Johnson said, "We have made Others point out that Hoffa how much Hoffa's long legal' attacked. 1909 EAST 5th STREET .
Hjely at both worlds, the one where doctors said they were in great efforts to obtain their release -has weathered some hard troubles have cost. He added that "if enemies: DIAL: 622-7049 OCALA
fri;which he is comfortable and good condition. and have had the help-' storms in the past. I The six Teamsters contendedthat dare to come, they will be de I 622-7048 FLA,. .
which foreign." for which union officials are respon- stroyed.
the one seems we are grateful-of ___
six
C&owever, no matter where They were to rest overnightin humanitarian organizations anda The Philadelphia Team- sible under federal law to use
'; tjTf family income falls, it isttief the U.S. Army hospital be- number of other .countries." sters who filed the suit are partof union money solely for the ben-
( family which plays a maj- fore questioning by intelligence the same group who kickedoff efit of the union and its mem-
a fuss in the Teamster high I
I officers. bers.
ijij role in determining the at-

,j t iitudes acquired by teenagers The pilots, who quickly ,Lights Out command over the several weeks of Hoffa's ago The six men who filed the suit
question
1 about money and its use, the changed from drab cotton Com-, legal fees.Teamsters. are John C. Jones Sr., Jesse I
,1| bpoklet says. munist uniforms into U.S. Army Coplo, Benjamin Burnham, Lou-
'j:As for how teenagers ache khaki, were not permitted to On MidwayWASHINGTON general counsel, is J. Buttone, L. V. Schafer and

1 f ili _Department! of. Home, Eco- (AP) It's agreed with the Philadelphia '
!I I atomics has this to say4. 'Seoul, the'U.N.'spokesman, :lights out at night for the Navyon group that such expendituresare Paid AdvertisingREPUBLICANS
;- More than half of the teenjjgers U. S. Army Col. George Creel, I Midway Island. illegal. Some executive
*- earn their own money explained the advance rere'nt! board members demanded a full !
-the balance receive an allowance and its admission of espionage The ,commander there has I board meeting to consider the x z '

or get money ,as they in a statement. 1 been removing the light bulbs question further.No s .f t4y t-_
.I &k for it, or from, all these II from, the officers' quarters to 1 such meeting has yet been
"UNC representatives were cut down the dr
of
fdurces. on use power, scheduled on the issue but Hof-
4 .. prepared to sign and did sign a I now in short supply.

'" eceipt which, pursuant to KPACommunist4 Rear Adm. George W. Pres- ,
Talk
: '
:Appraisers N o r t h Korean sey, ;Navy director of shore activities 11,

=:Oii Procedures army demands as a condition : told this Saturday to I ,--
for the release of the pilots the Senate Armed Services i i !
At Meet Here included a statement that the Committee when he asked for
I helicopter pilots committed es- authorization for
$743,000 to
1 :Appraisers from four states pionage," the statement said. I start a new power plant for the I, 1.i'

met here Friday at a. regional "Such an admission is, of Navy station on Midway in the You are invited to hear
conference meeting of the 'Am- Pacific. I
course, meaningless."The .
VICTOR E. HRUSKA
erican Society of Appraisers.
Sen. John Stennis D-Miss.
two in uniform ,
The convention delegates discussed pilots were -
,. advancement procedures and engaged in an as- chairman of the subcommittee, Chairman, Eighth Congressional District
said that sounded like the I -
com-
signed military mission, specifically II I
\ at the program headed by MarIon 4I
: Crist, regional that of checking aircraft mander was following the ex- Speaking For
governor
tom Miami. warning markers south of the ample set by his commander in
chief at the White House. "The Slate"
wAlachua County Tax Assessor DMZ 'demilitarized zone Pawley Unpledged

tierce: Smith is president ,of and, therefore, clearly were not President Johnson turns out
the central Florida Chapter of engaged in espionage White Houselights personally to
the ASA, which hosted the "The record is clear the facts set an example of economy for 8:00 P.M. TUESDAYMay
meeting. have not changed, and anybodycan his administration.

:States in the region include read the true situation from "That's where he got the 19th, Room 401, County Court House

Florida, Alabama, Georgia and the facts of the case..*' ,idea," said the admiral.
\ Tennessee. Col. Han Joo-kyung, the Com-
t p-* munist Korean secretary, said I (,I--.ot 01--.,-. ,
I
the two fliers had signed a

/ ;Timing Right statement saying they were on Support The Volkswagen Italian style.I .
a criminal mission when their I ,
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indoor plumbing. fight down the line. synchrooesh transrahstorvctg 15-inch :
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businessman has testified that papers were bonored picture category for a Pictures spot news -Florida mother of 11 who is being sued

I. II he paid $300,000 of a $3.3 million for their handling of the fire i photograph ntitled "Lick and a Times-Union; 2. Hollywood Sun- for divorce and deliver a court

CITY COURT stop sign. $10. Leon F. McCrary 5007 Ruth R. Sochor v. Kenneth Sochor. loan from the Teamsters Union that swept the Roosevelt Hotel Promise. The Herald's Bob Tattler, Frank Murray; 3. Day- order restraining her from bothering -
r Judge W. W. Hampton May 12: E. University Ave.. failure to yield Mir.,.i M. B. Rodgers v. John E. in Jacksonville last December East first
-f"lIIed: Rosa Lee Johnson. 422 NW right-of-way, $25. Cyrus Marty Hunter" Rodgers. pension fund in under-the-table was judged in sports tona Beach Morning Journal, her husband.He .
Fourth Ave. drunk $30 or 12 days. 612 SW 2nd St.. $10. Edith Corena Witt v. William Cary commissions to two defendantsin 29, taking 22 lives"and resultingin pictures. Sam Satterwhite. submitted this Fri
Lilly Bell Battles no listed residence: Carole Tanner Sandman. 228 SE 39th win. I report
drunk $25 or 10 days. Julius Harris St. ran red light, $25. Marvin Arnold Central Holmes v. D. Lee Thornton the James R. Hoffa fraud many injuries.The A photograph by the Miami day:
Jr.. 411 NW 1st St./125 or 10 days Manning, 506 NE Sixth Ave.. ran red Holmes News entitled Pictures, feature1.. Miami
Brady Roosevelt Ward E. Gainesville, light $10. Margaret Smith Kirkland, Cheryl Evans Knight V. Merrill trial. "King Orange Herald "She refused to take the
wrote "I can'tfault 2. Palm Beach Times summons
shoplifting t35 or 12 days. 1432 SE 43rd Place speeding, $15. Wil- Matthew Knight. The trial, which has lasted judge : beauty and a multi-colored won- ; ,
Karen Verne Ansel. 1605 NW 7th Ave.. liam Michael Howard 1616 NW 6th Ave. Divorce Decrees the performance of either Johnny Nicklas; 3. Miami News and told me it would ngfc,
failure to yield rlght-of.way, $15 or five ran red light $10 I Patricia E. Swilley v. John H. Swilley. three weeks adjourned until derland of stuffed creatures,"
days. Felmy Taylor Ford 201* NE 7th Alice' Raye Grlggs 1015 NW 22nd I Sarah Lee Richardson v. Dan RIch- the Florida Times-Union or the that Charles Trainor. go into her house. She requestsI
Ter, careless driving, $15 or three days. Ave* speeding $10. Vidal Trullllo. 1326 ardson. Monday. won newspaper first placein hold the summons a minute
Jacksonville Journal in their
Napoleln Filer 1203 SE 19th Ter. care NE 6th Ter. ran red light $10. Opal Veima J. Jordan v. Alvin Jordan. Vaughn B. Connelly of Miami colored photography. Pictures, sports1.. Miami
0 less driving $15 $leaving the scene of Dean Hyder 2016 NW 24th Ave., ran Other Suits Started of the Roosevelt Hotel and I did. She then took a
an accident. $15. red light. $10. James Craig Welch 924B' Charles Wesley Cooper Jr., Cora K. former owner of a hotel, named coverage Awards for page one makeupwere Herald; 2. Florida Times-Union,
Orville Eugene Richardson 317 NE SW 5th Ave.. S10 Lawrence Martin Lee and Katherlee Williams v. Ahmed fire." match and set fire to it, saying:
Third St.. ran red light 750. Junius Sarbey. University of Florida parking Lae Elattar and Mohammad Montaz Cal Kovens, 40, a :Miami builder presented in three catego- Frank Smith; 3. Miami News, 'God is witness.' While the

Elmore driving Oovell$20 1004 or NW 10 days.15th Ave.failing. careless to in Vernon truck loading Kendrick.tone 15$5. SW 3rd Avt. Salragdar Carolyn ,Gorman damage LeBlanc v. EdwardS. and Benjamin Dranow, 56, "Fast, accurate work on a fugitive's ries. The St. Petersburg Times Fraser Hale.Pictures burning my took place, she prayedand

report an accident. $25 or 10 days. ,parking in truck loading zone. $5. Don- Mills Jr. damages. former Minneapolis businessman flight from Marianna to won for paprs of more than 35-, color 1. Miami
blessed After the fire
Ewell Stonewall Neal Williston ran ald Eugene Pendley 246 Fletcher R* Helen M. Conway v. Jack. L. Thomas. me.
red light. $20 or 10 days. John Pe'ham parking in truck loading zone. $.5. Fred- damage as the two defendants to : Georgia" earned William Primeof 000 circulation, the Sarasota News; 2. Daytona Beach Evening ritual was over with burnt fin.gers .
Bailey Jr.. 404 NW 17th St. ran stop erick Bennett Jones 1155 NW 30th Ave. Norris W. Crigler v. Jorge Angel whom he paid the i ,
sign $7.50 or three days. Robert Angelo parking in truck loading zone. $5. John Marban damages. money as a the Pensacola News a first Herald-Tribune for those-- with Mews, Sam Satterwhite; 3. and a kind heart I. .left
Butler Rt. 1. passing on yellow line. Carl N.t!e. 4C5 NW 19th Lane ran stop Securities Investment Co., Inc. v. "fee" for helping secure a 1958 I
$5 or three days. Dorothy Lee Jenkins. sign S10. Jerry Martin Johnson. 930 Jake Goodwlne mortgage foreclosure. place in spot news reporting for :circulation of from 20,000 to 35- St. Petersburg Independent, Dan her; and her last statementwas

901 NW 3rd Ave.. contempt of court. NE 14th Ave.. reckless driving S25. :Statlworth Pine Products Co. v. Ray loan.He papers of from 20,000 to 35,000 000, the Sarasota Journal for Hightower. 'I shall for TVOTE -
$10 or three days. William Henry McMahan 4140 NW 9th mond E. Campbell and his wife suiton said Friday that Kovensor : pray you. : ,
Earl Leroy Ference. 1943 NE 15th St.. left turn on through light. $10 a promissory note. circulation.In papers under 20,000.The .
Ter., speeding, $15. Joseph Earl Jendry. James Steve Browder 1716 NW 3rd Frank Hammond Loomis and Frank Dranow, he wasn't certain Editorials 1. Tampa Tribune -
102 NW 15th St.. following too close. Ave. speeding. $10.BUILDING. Ernest Loomis v. Carlton' Dairy. Inc. St. Petersburg TImes'winning
$25 or 10 days. Edward Bateman Ross. damages. I which, informed him he would the category of papers under series ; 2. Gainesville Daily Sun,
Jonesville driving while Intoxicated $150 PERMITS In Re Robert A. Butler removal of on theFlorida MAY .
the circulation the Melbourne
have to fee. 20,000
Miami
pay H. G. Davis 3. News
or 60 etiays driver's license suspendedfor April 615City non-ag. disabilities. carried ; ,
Turnpike Authority this
three months, no driver's license. oticr.ial Decisions Times won first placein H
and Bill
I. $20 or 10 days. Jorge Angel Marban Charles Wesley Cooper Jr., Cora K.Lee I Kovens Dranow are accused citation: Baggs. 26 .
305 NW 15th Ter.. care ess driving. $15 P. M. Boofhby. build business 902 and Katherlee Williams v. Ahmed with Hoffa and five oth- spot news reporting for JackRaymond's Effective page one makeup, LEON
Jesse Lee Harwell. 1* SE SOrh St., NW 4th St.. 516.000. Lee Clatter and Mohammed Montaz ... the highest ideals of jour-
driving whOa Intoxicated $150 or 60 William Johnson, repair dwelling. 734 Balragdar damages dismissed. ers of fraudulently arranging story about a man over 35,0001.. St. Petersburg WHlTtHURSUFor
days driver's license revoked three NW 6th St., $200. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing loans totaling than who plotted the murder of his nalism crisp, clear writing, .
more $20 Times 2. Fort Lauderdale
rronths.estreated. Capital Builders. Inc. build dwellingsat Co., Inc.. v. Hooper-Mozert Corp.. judgment including the explanation of ;
the bonds of: John Mark the following locations: 534 NW 37th of default. million from the pension fundin wife. News.
Culligan. 1<.3 SW First Ave. ran stop Piece. $9.500: 533 NW 37th Place $9.500: I State Road Department v. John T complicated financial DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL
sign.. $5 Raymond Dominic Stefanelli. 526 NW 37th Place, $9400: 516 NW Amsworth. return for more than a million arrange- Effective one makeup 20
An editorial in the page ,
622 NE First St., no decal $5. 37th Place ",5001 525 NW 37th Place Charles Clifton Jr. v. Eliza Denton dollars in kickbacks. I Tampa ments; the determination to pro- COMMITTEEMAN
-found $9500. suit to quiet title. : 01. Sarasota Herald-
not guilty: George Stanley Tribune entitled "Bells of Birm- 000-35,00 .
Michaels 1515 NE 19th Lane speeding. Dr Billy Brashear build dwelling Federal National Mortgage v. Earl tect the public's interest againstthe
Madonna Ann Mock, 1248 SW 4th Ave., 1520 NW 25th Ter* 4000. T. Nolan and wife mortgage foreclo ingham" won the newspaper top wasting of public funds' the Tribune; 2. Lakeland Ledger. n* : .
ran red light. Butler Bros, build dwelling 3835 NW, sure.. I .
-signed written pleas of guilty: Ida 13th Place.. 58.000. H_ L Turner and wife v. Nathan! CalladiallNationalism place in the editorial categoryand thorough documentation of Effective page one makeup CndlclateWitll "s' ,
S Ca.'Ioway: Davis 317 NE 2nd Ave. ran Billy F. Purvis build dwelling. 1025 Pozin and wife cancellation of lease. the citation "a under 20.0001.. Sarasota Jour-
red light $10. Alden Ronald Johnson. NW 36th Ave., 14000. dismissed superior charges brought by the articles, A
3530 SW 24th Ave. Illegal turn. $10 Beatrice McNeil build dwelling. S13 peice of writing, on a most difficult nal2.; Hollywood Sun-Tattler. I
Cl.de Wesley Smith. 203 SE 10th St.. NO 17th Drive $4,000. COURT OF RECORD and the excellent use of photo- R4tTg5d"g'
careless driving $30. Carrie Mae Bryant Dr. Allen Y. Delaney repair dwelling. Civil Dispositions subject. and illustrations."
517 SW 5th St., profanity. $25. 510 NW 24th St. $2.000. Judge Ira Carter Presiding graphs i OfJ..dlclGI
Horace Sapp. 537 SW Sixth PI, drunk. V. H. Alday. repair dwelling. 539 SW John L Mann v. C. L Lippoldt 714 Edwin of the Miami The complete list of award VINYL FLOOR TILE
$39. Earl J. Cibbs Sunland Training 6th Place $200. NW 40th Ter. $1,000 plus $15 interest Pope I 4-"- ">RS IN
Center. drunk. $25. Judith Ann Getchell. Hal C. Batey repair business. 1041 S. and SID costs.Wilson's Herald was awarded first placein winners: ]I STOCKS _
1216 SW Second Ave, ran red light. Main St.. $1,000. Department Store v. ElaineM. Threats FlagOTTAWA 10 9,11' PER ; -
$io. Mrs. William Long, repair dwelling. Doherty. Miami $41.49 plus $4 costs. sports writing for his three- Spot news reporting, over 35-, TILE
7 Charles Duncan Deaux. 1390 SE 23rd 103 NW 24th St. $1,500. Wilson's Department :Store v. Robert
t Ave.. speeding; $10. Carl Henderson, build dwelling. 825 D.) and Merlcky May Thomas High part series on the Wallace Butts 000 1. and 2., tie, Florida I Sinclair Eaton Co.
: Philippe Alfred Olivier 215 NE 4th NE 18th Ter.. 3000. Springs $261.55 plus $15 costs. Canada (AP) -The -Saturday Evening Post libel Times-Union and Jacksonville!
A St. illegal turn. $10 Sallie Fagan Hollis. The James Co. of Gainesville Inc. Wilson's Department Store v. NellieC. swirls of natiQnal feeling whip- 716' N. Main St. Pd. Ady.flIcal .
F 560 NW 41st Ave. failure to yield right- build dwelling, 1636 NW 39th Ave. SI2,- Williams. East Palatka. $17672 plus triaL Journal; 3. Miami News.. :
ofway. $25. Walter Steven Anthony 434 000.W. $4 costs. ping across Canada these daysare -
SE 13th Ter., speeding, $10. Hans Joa- L Williams repair dwelling. 724 Studlophot Co. v. Hooper-Mozert Corp., Spot news 20,000 -
chin Jolhen Helnen. 734 E. University NE 7th Ter. $550. $60.66 plus $1.ai interest and $4 costs. threatening to blow down A story on a Jacksonville res- reporting,
Ave.. drunk. $25. Leroy Robinson Jr., The D. & H. Holding Co.. Install Earnhardt Lumber Co. v. Jack Hud the Red Ensign Canada's cue mission cited as "a 35,000 1. Pensacola News; 2:
flag.
Archer. speeding $10 garage door. 637 NW 13th St.. $300 son Newberry. $495J9 plus $5450 Interest ,
Tulle Hayw rd. 422 NW 4th Ave. H. M. Henson repair dwelling 224 and $5 costs. straightforward, artful presen- Sarasota Herald. Tribune, Kay
unk$25.. Robert Drew Hatchett, Jack NW 2nd Ave.. $420. Frank Robshad d/b/a South Atlantic! Prime Minister Lester B. Pedrick
srwllle, soliciting without a valid per. W. M. Fifield remodel dwelling 1823 Oil Co. v. L. J. Studstlll 727 NW 31st tation of facts that tells a dramatic ; 3. Daytona Beach
rnit. 25. Howard Carlton Gardner 602 NW 17th Ave.. $1,000. Ave. $9999 plus $9 costs. Pearson's government wants Morning Journal, Mary Baileyand
of worth-
Aetna Finance Co., Inc. v Delonas story a most
SW 2nd St. careless' driving $25. Bruce Mrs. L M. Gray repair dwelling.
Devls' Miller. 719 SW 21st Ave., speedIng 114 NW 10th St. $300, W. Buchanan and Ponselle L. Buchanan. the old banner-with its Union while but too often unnoticed Don Osborne.
S15. Lethe Williams. Archer, speed- Gainesville Little, Theatre, Inc. repair Palaika, $50306 plus $150 attorney's fee Jack in the left hand ,
inn $20.Janres. th* tre. 4039 NW 16th Blvd. $1,509 and $11 costt. upper community project," won* first Spot news reporting, under 20-
Franklin Dawson 615 SE KTh Hotel Thomas repair hotel. 615 NE Frank C. Ridgway dbRid wy I corner-replaced by a new flag
Ter. ran red light, $10. Mattox Strick. 2nd St., $700 Motor Co. v. Roland R. Stephens prize for feature writing in pa- 0001.. Melbourne Times; 2.
land Hair 1216 SW Second Ave. ran Lonnie Mines repair dwelling. 2017 Trenton $216.82 plus $.t costs. stripped of any foreign symbols.His of than circu-
more 25,000 Sun
Beach
Sentinel
red light $15. SE 2nd Ave., $100. Josh D. Davis M.D., 933 SW 2nd Liberal pers Pompano ,I
Lenzy Doughty Jr,.. 537ft SW 6th Ave. Mrs. James C. Fisher repair dwelling Ave.. v. Charles Shepherd 520 NE minority govern- lation for Fran Mollnow of the Dick Powers George Gilbody
disorderly conduct $25 Glen Wilbert 819 NW 30th Ave., $195. 12th St. SOS plus $A costs.C. ment has hinted it will resignif ,
Bailey. 225 SW 3rd Ave. Improper C'eo Cunningham, remodel dwelling. J. Bush d-b-a C. J. Bush Garage Florida TimesUnion.First and Sheila Moran; 3. Gainesville
I change of, lane. $25. Henry Toltert 757 NW 8th St., $100. v. Richard and Mattie Carter 1024 NW Parliament rejects a proposednew
Black. 503 NE 4th Ave.. failure to MCKinley Construction Co. build 6th Place $293.31 plus $5 costs.C. Daily Sun, Harold RummeL ..
yield right of way. $25. dwelling. 2615 NW 5th Place, $38,000. J. Bush d-b-a C. J. Bush Garagev. design. No one seriously place in feature writingfor
Robert Harris. 224 NJV 4th Place Mitchell Gainey. addition to dwelling Leon H. Porter and Margaret Porter believes the government would of less than 25,000 Features, over 25,000 1.1
driving while Intoxicated. $150 and 824 NW 3rd Ave., $300. Fort White $397.22 plus $6 ccsts. papers (
drivers license suspended for three Dallas H. Simmons remodel dwelling. Carlos M. Hope Electric Co. Inc. v. step down, but the threat of circulation went to Bill Fritts of Florida Times-Union; 2. Miami I
months. Warren Irving Potter 2712 NW 2917 NE 10th St. $700 Clln Lowder Mobile Homes Inc.. $4985
1st Ave., speeding, $10. Wayne Mchael! StringfellOw Bros. Trust repair dwell- plus $4 costs. resignation reflects the storm the Sarasota Herald-Tribune for Herald, Gene Miller; 3. St. Pet- \ Shoes f, / ; o
Toohey. 2131 NW 55th Ter. ran red legs at the following locations: 617 NE ; Carlos M. Hope Electric Co., Inc., v. that the issue has caused. ersburg Times Lorna Carroll. .
Henry L. Jones. 1208 NW 7th Ave.. flag his account of life in Sarasota. ,
light $10. Ester Barney Wilson, 4400 9th Ave., $625; 615 NE 9th Ave.. $625. \ the
SW Archer Rd.. ran stop sign. $10. Col. W. N. Boaz Jr. addition to dwellIng $16.05 plus $4 costs. Pearson's campaign is another Depth reporting Gainesville f ,
Oliber G. Harrison Rt. 4. blocking 2858 NW 4th Lane, $1.900. Cyclops Titusville Federal Credit Unionv. honors in the .::
traffic 750. Edgar Leo Johnson,' 1523 Thomas Concrete Co., build garage Sherman D. Newsman Hampton instance of the quest by many Top spot news Daily Sun; 2. Jacksonville Jour-I 'I Itott1\G. -z.---.9
N'It eth Ave.. overtime parking. 15. 902 SE 5th St.. $4,000. $171.76 plus $3435 Interest, $2576 at Canadians in recent for picture category went to Lew Gr BY
torney's fee and $4 costs. years nal Ron Martin 3. St.
John Leon Connell. 2419 SE 13th St.. Helen! T. Reeves remodel dwelling ; Fnr'W'or1Ui
overtime parking $5 Elijah James Mc. K3 NW 44th Ave., 1000. I Robert T. Cheee and John G. Kitchens ."a distinctive Canadian identity. Bush of the Florida Tunes-Un peters-\\ '
Henry. 614 NW 2nd St., no valid C. W. Snowden' repair dwelling 1117 d'b-a Chace & Kitchens Appliances v. urg Times, Martin
series of three
ion for his
photographs
driver's license. $20. Henry Dozier NE 10th Place. $150. Charles McKnlght, 705 NW SOPS Ave.. In less polite terms what des
Dowling Jr., 3334 NW 9th St., speeding James R. Yaufman addition to dwellIng ,$12 plus S4 costs. of the Roosevelt Hotel Public service 1. St. Peters- Gt
the search amounts to is
115. Joseph Williams. Alechua. ran red 1367 NE 31st Ave.. 5100.County Wilson's Department Store v. AndrewL. I a Times 2. Miami Herald
light $10 William David Johnson 1950 DeBose and Lulla DeBose, Rt. 2, growing rebellion against the burg ; ,
NW 2nd St., ran stop sign, $10. J. A. Standrldge two car gariv 5.30 plus $15 costs fire. staff; 3. Gainesville Daily Sun
John D. Goodbread. Annlston Ala., 3023 SE 13th Place $800 United States Fidelity and Guaranty !pervasive U.S. economic and :
opening a door Into a moving lane of W. F. Bloss, add dining room and Co., v. C. W. Shaw Alachua $16695 I John Walther of the Miami Harold Rummel. I
influence in Canadian
traffic $25. John Earle Easter Jr. carpOrt 250 SE 73rd St. $1,000. plus $7 62 interest and $.5 costs. cultural
717. NE. 1st St., careless driving $25. W. M. Keen storage shed with bath, Emmco Insurance Co. v. Harold Clark life. Herald won first place in the Sports 1. Miami Herald; 2. PEOPLE WHO KNOW COMFORT :
McRae 19 SE 13th Rd., $38541
Joseph William Hill ran stop sign $10. w009 SE 45th T er.. $700 plus I
'I H. John Campbell. 1220 NW 25th Ter. Albert Stewart. 29 SE 50th St.. swim $50 attorneys fee $10.60 interest and Miami News, John Crittenden;
ran stop sign. $10. Henry Latson, Mlca ming pool, 51.800. $4 COStS. CHOOSEHus1PpjCASUALS
b nopy. $20. Melvyn Robert Rosenthal. W. P. Ridgeway construct residencesat Criminal Dispositions Accident 3. Gainesville Daily Sun, Joe . .
Uiuverslty Station University of Florida the following locations 4400 NW 17th Judge Ire Carter Presiding RoundupInvolved Halberstein. HUSH PUPPIES from Youngsters Size 8'/2
ran- red light $10. Ballard W. Webb. Place. $26,000. 4411 NW 17th Place. -Fined Barney Bodford Hunt, Alachua.
1M2 NW 11th Rd. no valid driver's $26.000. reckless driving, traffic school and $25 (about $7 to $9)) to Women's Size 1 11 and

license.NW 7th Ave.$20. .Harry ran red Edward light $10.Greene. 1429 8th Texaco Ave. $40.000 Inc. Service station 6921 NW costs.obstructing Johnnie and Lee digging McCray.up a state Newberry road in accidents reported//Ave. at 5:30 p.m. at Univ. Ave. Men's Size 16 (about $9 to $11)) Golf Shoes
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Tom Watson. 610 SE 12th Ter. ran NW A. 46th W. Ter Fletcher. 518.000., build residence. 2305 with Baker discs.Sponholtz.$20 or Keystone five days.Heights Caryn no by the Gainesville ;and Main St. for Men Women (about $12 to $14)) .

E. J. Wilson construct carport .5105 valid drivers license. $20 or five days. partment and Alachua County Robert Lester Chambers, Na-
NW 43rd St. $500.COURTHOUSE. Kathlee M. Z. Wei born. 3818 SE 27th B-L SHOE DEPT. .
St.. speeding traffic school and $20 Sheriff's office in the past 24'val Air Station, Sanford, and
g1 RECORDSMay costs. Reba ,Sue Taylor Wilson Orange
6-15 Heights. speeding traffic school and hours were: Leroy D. Glover, Bronson, at

11I Jessie Marriage Jenkins License Jr. Applications Gainesville and S20 Earnest costs. Lee Wright. 1612 SE 6th Ave. 'SW 13th St. and Eighth Ave. Leki ; '

Norma Lucille Walker. Brooker. no valid driver's license S20 or five Willie Larsen, 4004 NW 6th St., at 5:20: Friday. _
I James Harold Wynn. Ocala and Exie days. Owen Cassels Jr.. Lochloosa vioating and David R. Friedman, 1015 pm. Louis TTflrni11ltIl'
Lee Woodham 8ellvlew.I boat safety act $20 or five days.
Herman Melton Bush. Bradford. and Grace Kent Jacksonville violatingboat NE 11th Ave., at 11:20 a.m. in Kitty Dean Comer, 620 SW Ii .
Linda Joyce Smith Alachua. safety act $20 or five days. FrankC. "
i Tommie Hines, GaInesville. and Laura Phillips no life preserver $20 or the first block of E. Univ.(Ave. 10th St., and a parked car owned cogK it just like -
Lee Poole Gainesville. five days. Robert Smith Apt. 236
George Wlnfred McClellan. Gainesville Flavet III, fishing without I license by Mrs. H. J. Stephens, 1627 jljey dig their chicken!
and Laura Young. Gainesville. (20 or five days. Charles H. Burch, Elzie H. Justiss, 1940 NE 9th NW 7th Place, at NW 13th St. '
: e Mlcanopy wanton and wilfull reckless all them FR2-03J1 :-
Buell Eugene Goocher. Gainesville : .
and Donna Jane Patterson Gainesville. driving. $.tO or 30 days. Horace Carter. St., and the parked auto of Alfred and Fourth Ave., at 5:28 p.m. Is THE STORE WITH MORE
John Edward Smiley. Gainesville and' 743 NW 9th st., two counts of beating P. Holloway in the 900 I. i ..561tw'l
a. Carole Diane Nachtrleb Gainesville. board bill. $50 or 30 days on each Friday. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER
Fivnpc: J mmie Jam.son; III. Winte' count. block of E. Univ. Ave. at 9:15 1'L.i_ _ MAIN STREET
Park. and Lila Wendelyn Bedenbaugh Noah Graham. no address listed too 302 NORTH
'
C' Gainesville. many fishing poles $20 or five days.! a.m. yesterday.Isaac FIRE CALLS MAt 1Lt: lt
Divorces Begun James Little, Sr.. no address listed : ,
reckless driving, S35 or 30 days. ClydeB.
Rowe, 108 SE 4th Place. reckless Cummings, 115 SE 10th 5:55 p.m. Friday, trash

RIPEPEACHES driving-esteated$35 or the 15 days.bonds ef: Archie William Ave., and a fence at the inter- fire[ in a truck in the 2000 blockof B-L Charge-Central Charge-Layaway

FOR SALE Outlaw. Tampa no ,valid drivers section of SR 331 and SE 16th NE 39th Ave.
license, $20, reckless driving $25. Ellen
Maria Rush 615 NE 20th St.. reckless Ave., at 3:23 a.m. yesterday.
4 Mi. S. of Melroie driving $35. Jerry Lee Arthur. Ocala At 11:30 p.m. Friday, car

f Hiway.21 on Lake-Winnc.tt Follow SignJ. speeding.Glenn Ct..$35.N.Y.Mary Improper B. Burnham parking Shady, $35. Joseph Owen Rose, Rt. 2, and afire at SW Third St and First

I W. Cameron I Hansul Russell, speeding.G. Cllty$20.drunk Alberta$35.V.Hudson Johnson Terry McMahon Bartley, 805 Ave.

728 NW 12th Ter. possession of NW 13th St., at 2:32 a.m. yes-
T : more than the legal limit of fresh water At 4:25 fire at You
grass
t I i I fish, $35. Edward S. Lukens, speeding, terday at.GOO E. Univ. Ave. p.m. Arev GamblingWith
I I $35 Bruce Maxwell, Detroit, Mich, 2339 NE 19th Drive.
\ \ i speeding. $35 L A. Mott 514 NW 312nd
r t. 11/ Ave.. fishing without a license $25 Rchard Gordon Stinson, 516 Paid Advertising
-.,. "" ir!'e NtVe'. 115 SW 15h Ave.. rt.-i-'t.'
K $35 John F. rie : 1709 NE 15th St* i iI SE ICih St. and Ernest Odell : Your Life?
/ t tI tt drunk $35. r'T no life preserver : :
\ s. I $23.William Banks, 410 NW 1st St., at S\V1 ,
A. Carnona. speeding $35.
o Roosevelt WeVb 1109 NE 25th Ter. 13th St. and Fourth Ave., at : i
: ea S fishing. without a license $25. BessieV. 1 Your hances for a heart attack are one in two'if' !
Whitman Mt. Carmel. Conn. violating 11:15 p.m. Friday. .
rlght-ofway $35. Eddie Barton. .
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11 t no Grant.driver's Waldo license.disorderly$35.conduct Virginia 35.Ann Sybil Hines, 1802 E. Univ.: you are host to only two or three of the anti-heart' .

-dIspOsed of the, cases of: Joseph ...
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conspirators on the card below
I Byrum Benson Interlachen, reckless .
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NW 15th Ave. r-r
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} : \ \ \ I / a 2904 school license.NE and Alexander 12th$20 costs.St.. Stokes no Robert valid J.M1can driver's Harter py. Thanks. Tfis is just one .

. reckless driving. Alfred Watkins Lake significant statement of :,: .
i ; Butter no valid drivers license. Harold IL' 9 l .. .
: Hedge (24 SE First Ave.. no valid J : ,.. ".

: : driver's Blrkett license.Fry Jordan III. 3433 NW First MY FRIENDS .., :; .
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: Lorenzo-Issued Charles capias' Elliott for the 1103 arrest NE 25th of: I for your support and vote during 'I I .
It Ter. speeding. Torn Bradshaw Gainesyule ,
i I beating board bill. Clifton G. Taylor HEART HAS I
a 408 NW 4th St. worthless check. campaign for re-election as -
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5 f/ : \Va -Dismissed charges against: Sybil
Suggs Hines. 1802 E. University Ave.. I i.I
I no valid driver's license. $20.50 costs. .
continued charges against: Melvin County Judge of Alachua County.
Colson SE 7th Ave. worthless check.H. I NINE LIVES" .
T. Davis 913 NE 16th Ter worthless : .. ,
.f:1 ': "HERE check. Henry E. Gregg 713 NW ...- .
IcI ; : TODAY 5th Ave.. withholding support. Leroy Sincerely yours, SE $*0111& 0 j.': ."..
I Hill possession of moonshine and possession .
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of non tax paid wine. W. L. Lee.
no address listed, worthless check. Gibbs I by "
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Mae Ross. Newberry destroying personal I .
II property. Reuben Wilkerson driving t and .. 'l:
while Intoxicated. I ( Adv) ,... f .. .. ..

-deferred sentencing: Billy Lee KIrby .: ,Jetdmloh Starnler, M.D. :: .
I S410 SE 20th Ave. worthless check. I. '' '\ : ... '

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& Loan Associationof ., "a masterpiece of in \

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220 NORTH MAIN ST. PH. FR 2-3495 I that he ,can get along with people. I S -,-..:::. -'- ''- :

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,- t'A ffDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION" Alachua County with an honest, efficient and businesslike ( BEGINS MONDAY, MAY'18
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN :
,AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORI

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LAW NO.ALACHUA. -

COUNTY. a Political Sub .
division of the State of Florida
Petitioner, I
Yo srgi >R 1st 1t Y s _
Eddy Bradley et al.
Defendants.NOTICE .
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OF EMINENT DOMAIN PRO j
NOTICE OF RULE NISI

IN CEEDING THE NAME* AND BY THE AUTHORITY .
OF ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA: I
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, \
and to all persons and parties claimingor r GREEN
having any right, title Interest estate, .. STAMPSSWIFT'S
mortgage or other lien to or on those y > .
Certain parcels of land hereinafter described -
and the following persons. together
with all unknown persons claim-
Ing by".through or under known person-
who are dead, or who are not known to

slcT9ONriJs07Mflt NW. 23 AVENUE
ALACHUA COUNTY NAMES & ADDRESSES --

Eddy Bradley s ,
..Address Unknown .
ACRD NO. 31
Alex Brown -, .$ ':" .. :
Tampa Kay Street Florida 4 c'5- PREMIUM PROTEN .

ACRD No. 38 PRICES .-, .
Essie Mae Brown GOV'T.-INSPECTED" __
Kay Street EFFECTIVE ,
Florida ft _
Tampa.
ro en
,Refus ACRD Brown No., Single 38 THRU NOONWEDNESDAY HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! !' .

Miami Florida
ACRD No. 38 '.
'
Sam Brown .,. I ,

*Buffalo 485 William 8. New Street York MAY 20 1964
CHUCK
ACRD No. 38 STEAKS lb.49c

485 Ora William Mae Brown Street I

Buffalo I, New York
ACRD No. 38
SECTION U5<>7-lM1 N.W. 23 AVENUE 1 -
,
ALACHUA No. 37 COUNTY -RIGHT DESCRIPTIONSACRD OF WAY Lipton Instom POT ROAST (boneless) Ib. 79c I

That part of: Marcel White Colored Table .
The East Half (E'A of the Northeast or large

less Quarter 10 (acres NE14) of described Section 32.as T9S.Southeast R19E Napkins reg. 10" Tea . . . . jar 89

Quarter (SE'4of Southeast QuartertSE4) . . . P. Lipton Bulk
4 of Northeast Quarter(NE'A) SHORT RIBS 39cBreakfast
lying within Fifty (SO) ft. of either side .Ib. >Ib
of the following described road centerline TeaLipton 45 f. .
: Club Gqade A Fla. Med. . . . Pk9.
Begin at the Northeast corner of Section
31, T9S, R19E, thence run South 89 deg \
35' 28" East 3234.41 ft. to the P. C. of a 3 $1
curve to the right having a delta angle Eggs . .1.$ ... . d.". GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. $147
$ 67"
of tangent 3 de;of. 37'362.91 40",ft.a, a 0 radius deg. 30'of curve 11.459.16, a 1eaBags. .. :

"ft., thence along said curve through a'Total (Plus 100 S&H Green with )
arc distance .f 725 ft. to the P..T. of Stamps coupon .
laid curve, thence South 85 deg.;,sr 48" w ,
Cast S44J1 ft. to the P. C. of a curve to
the left having a delta angle of 7 deg. Swift's Premium Pork
14' 50", a 1 deg. curve a tangent of
343 ft. and a radius of 5729.58 tt.i thence r ,
along said curve through a total arc a Bag Sausage 3 99cSwift's
length qyrve of thence 725 North'ft. to 86 the deg.P.4T T.12"of East said >*

417.32 ft. to the P. C. of a 3 deg. 25' 25"
curve to the right, a 0 deg. 30' curve. F Premium Tasty
V tangent of 34177 ft. and a radius of
TM5914 ft! thence along said curve l
inrough a total arc length of 683.33 ft. D Chunk Bo/ona Jib.. 99c
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t.* the P. T. of said curve thence South MAXWELL HOUSrINSTANT .
-.t deg. 4T 48" East 1415.34 ft" thence S \
.I South 89 deg. r 28" East 2622.39 ft tone 4
Sarasota Brand
.t NE cerner'of Section 33. T9S R19E. :: Chipped .
and end of said road centerline) ;
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-Cpntainlng 2.329 acres less existing right / Beef Ham Pkg.J

...Ht jDWNED way. BY: Cherrle Harris Eugene D or TurkeY3'0%.

Bullard 8. wife Georgians Bullard, n :
ti Verly Mae Wouley 3. husband. Tom : .
*- Bradley, George W.
Wouley Eddy
w Jones & wife, Almetta B.Jones. COFFEE !
2 GIANTSI5
SUBJECT TO Interest of any unknown V '
.w .C.- .
heir, devisee and-or other claimant :

under Eliza Johnson. Deceased.-.v : a4 ;.. .
RIGHT OF .
ACRD No. 38 'IT ,, .
\ I.
That part of: .
The East Half (ENrof Quarter I '
:Quarter (NWA of
CNEV4) of Section 32 T9S R Either ] ','
I lying within I Fifty (SO) feet cf side I b.
of the following described road cente1lfA .

Begin* at the Northeast comer of Section : .
11. T9S, R19E thence run South 89 deg.
1O-oz.
35' 28" East 3236.41 ft. on the P. C. Of I ...
curve to the right having a curve l -:1 1
cf 3 deg. 3r 40", a 0 de;. 3.0' a n M. ;
tangent of 362.91 ft.. a radius of 11.45916
ft.; thence along said curve ThroughT.a ii I B1fIi < Y
.
total arc distance cf 725 ft to : 'p. :
of said curve, thence South 85 deg. 57"
48" East 546 51 ft. to the P. C. of a curve limit 1 customer with
,
per
t.-the left having a delta angle of 7 3063
w5O.a1deg." curve, a tangent cf
radius of 5729J8 ft.; thence purchases of $3.00 '' '
ft* and a or mora ,, ;; ;
total arc
along said curve through a
length of 725 ft. to the P. T. of said
curve thence North 86f de;. dept 25'East
417.32 ft. to the P. C. a 3
curve to the r9M! a 0 dog.a 30- curve a
tangent of 34177 ft. radius of11AS9.16
ftt thence along said curve
through a total arc length of 683.33 ft. to
the P. T. of said curve; thence South
89 deg 47' 48" East 1415.34 ft; thence
South 89 deg. 2' 28" East 2622.39 ft. to
the NE comer of Section 33. T9S. R19E 10000 FRI ] IOO 118
and end of said road centerline;
Containing 0.680 acres less existing rightof CORN FLAKES t w
way. Jffl Green 1 \
OWNED BY: Mose Johnson; Annie Stamps ;

Larklns Brown Larkins Refus Brown& husband; Sam Brown Willie I ndt6 ..ieappq,_,. ...eI; \ ... FROM POST! F r

& wife Ora Mae Brown Alex Brown SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN :
& wife, Essie Mae Brown FRESH GROUND BEEF ty .
SUBJECT TO Interest of any unknown .
l heir, devisee and-or other claimant 3 Ibs. $1.47Green :
under Lizzie Brown. Deceased. expire Wad. M py 20, 134
TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration of BQQJ) OOOPOST; V : :
o "
Taking has been filed In the above-styled QQQ VN .
cause by the Petitioner, the acquiring j -
authority of these proceedings of the ,
taking of the above-described lands for
the purpose set forth In the Petition In 50 WFA
this cause, "I!.: As right of way for a OOSO '
portion of County Road No. NW 23 Ave. .i '
In Alachua County. Florida. and that the J" TOAST I IS flairsspecials
Honorable Geo. L Patten one of the Stamps '
Judges of the Circuit Court In the Eighth _
ddt =- Borden's
I AU B4MrdiOM = _
Judicial Circuit of Florida, will, on the CttOM* 4PEPSODENT ; :::. '
19th day of May. A.D. 1964 at 11-45 A.M. TOOTH '
PASTE
In the Alachua County Courthouse at : Cream .Cheese 8P : : 33"
Gainesville, Florida,., consider said Declaration .
of Taking appoint appraisers.
and make such Order as the Court deems
t proper. All parties to the suit and all B .
parties Interested may appear and be :
l heard at the time and place designated.
You, and each of you, are hereby commanded
1 to appear by filing an Answer .
to the Petition! heretofore filed In tills 01XTRA OO50I" frozen foods e
t' cause In the entitled Court on or before 50 '
June 22. 1964 to show what right,,.title, s,
Interest or lien you, or any of you.mey r' limit 2 per customer Clarks. Frozen
I In and to the above- escrlt* lands end J" Green.Stamps 2....
show why the should I not betaken Steaks ?
cause same I of Sirloin 1
I for the uses and purposes. set forth vitti tftls coupoo ee d purcbosa*k with purchases . Pky.
In the Petition filed herein. 10
I WITNESS my Hand and the Seal cfth's CUTEX POLISH REMOVER OFF $3.00 or more. Chef's Froen50xxxEXTR."X"X"X"5
: Court, on this 8th day of May, A.D <4e-0ff Pack)
1964. "t 3.2-oz. size 35c plus tax REGULAR f ; Waffles 10.0x. 23
J. B. CARMICHAEL
n expires Wed, V L' Pico'
May 20. 1964WQOOO.Q PRICE
CLERK OF THE.CIRCPIT COURT.
I IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY huh ;

FLORIDA.BY: Emily. Waterhouse GIANT SI2 E e dozen produce -

Deputy Clerk" ONLY

n\l MYNE Court seal CARLISLE) 0 ; Crisp Florida PascalCelery
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COUNTY ATTORNEY ." 1IJt1\3\ '
t. P. O. BOX 44 69 : I la

t OF I COUNSEL, FLORIDA &;1 Green Stamps / ::3k 5c
FOR THE PETITIONER. ItOF() s
j, czxwyd(33401 5 Gloria:10, 17,legal 24 31 ads 1' ...W a01p0.4pd pMde61 oFi ; I


I LAMBRECHT'S CHEESE CAKE Orange, Grape or Florida PunchHiC WHERE SHOPPING. IS A PLEASURE

CALL FOR BIDS 20-0%. pkg. 79c 46-0. -

l Sealed NOTICE bids will TO be CONTRACTORS received by The City B::; ; .xpir** OO 1964 B Drinks :. . . 3 cans ?1
of Gainesville. Florida at the Utilities QOO OQ OOQ '
Operation Center Auditorium 555 SE island Pride I 1
Fifth Avenue. Gainesville. Florida up GAINESVILLE
until 2:00 P.M.* May 21. 1964. at which
time and place all bids received will be PineappleKobey's No.303 $1 '
publicly opened and read aloud for 50 WFW A50 .. . 4
furnishing all labor and materials for : : tans g 8

constructing"FIRE STATION NUMBER FOUR, :. t r Shopping Center
CITY OF GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. J W I
bid received after the specified MARKETS
Any 1
time amf date will not be considered.The I . . .. .. 104 N. MAIN STREET

bidder If awarded the contract REALKIU .BUGSB90UJ Plastic Wrap :' f if
shall within ten consecutive calendar STORE HOURS: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mon thru Fri.;
days after wrlteen notice being givenof reg.
100 ft.
such award, enter Into a written : d. W 29# 9 a.m.-7
Each
,, contract with the Owner, In accordancewith aOOOOOOOOOOO'IJ)0002'- rap .. .. . . ron, p.m. Saturday
the accepted bid and give a con. '} )
tract bond satisfactory to the Owner In
an amount equal to one hundred per

cent the bond of the shall contract be Included price The as part cost of of XTRO11M5O 50 WFW A 050 50 W EXTRA -EXTRA
the Bidder's base bid proposaL FREE lf50 50 FREE 050


a No period bidder of may thirty withdraw days after Ms the bid date for M Green St J# Green Stamps Jftl Green Stamps J" Green Stamps

set for the opening. Each bid must be
submitted In strict accordance with the I *J A ihts coupe ea4...\mpsi I willa 6b COIIpoa 4.d twtL..GI ; I witla Inca cope and pvditM tk I wii 6Ja cetipori cad pwcheM tit ;

Proposal Proposal Form Form will fully be completed shown 11the which AERO-WAX FLOOR LIQUID CHIFFON DETERGENT TETLEY 'TEA BAGS ASSORTED COLORS -

LiFEBUOY TOILET SOAP!
specifications. 79c 22
qt.apirs6Wsd.can -os. size 49c pkgs. 68c
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,l All work shall be done In accordance Mty 2 0. 1M4 :"-" apirp w... May 2Y1 o 1666 ... May 20. Z9M 6 reg... size 58cW
with plans, specifications and contract B B S 192mtS4.d. wB 'illfl- axtNres Mar 20. 1K4 P_.l ..
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+ b documents* examined relative at the thereto office which of Myrt may oooooooooooooJUUUlQ 1.000 "._.. A -

fines' Associates 201 NW Tenth A veto -
-. Gainesville, Florida. One set of
such plans and contract documents and
forms for bidding may be secured by cairo beauty smooth: cairo beauty raneo _., : .
roneo superose roman
depositing therewith the sum of Twenty.

r Five* refunded Dollars upon S2500)submission. This deposit of a bona will peanut butter sw. mixed pickles thin elbow macaroni .- '

fide contract bid and documents return In of good the plans condition and spaghetti sweetener h ouse hold bleacn .: .:. :

on the date set for opening of the Hq

bids. Tddittonal other than sets the requested submission for of purposes a- ,2.jar., 33 22.3x. 39- 2 12.0:. 3 9- 2- 1-os. 39_. : 8-os. 6 9_ (alt 3 3_ .. -. .: ....: ......-; .
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cost bid will of duplication be furnished but without at the refund.actual PkSs. PkSs" :, .. ash .. .. "'-6 ,.1 :: :: : ".: .2.tIc:

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Bidders qualifications must be satisfarry ; I -i-' .. ,*. .
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any or all bids. ., ; ;t : : :, .
by; howard mcKINNEY
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Mock Mediators to Attempt Play Tells THE LIBRARYFrom THIS IS I




II Block of National StrikeA Of EpidemicTwo the Loan Desk I! IQurTownlI


"A Touch of the Dragon," by furniture, 121 photographs, 191

labor-management a typical labor-management The presentation is sponsored near epidemics last Hamilton Basso, Viking, 1964. drawings.By .

t ihich may.headoff a, dispute on the stage of jointly by the College of Business year-one in Florida and one Current Interest

strike afZeing1he entire I I e J. Hillis Miller Auditorium Administration and the abroad-as well as recent 'flu' ARDIS BLACKBURNImagine I "Change in the Contemporary CAR7En
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tion will be'mediated here I 8 p.m. Wednesday. Federal Mediation and Con- outbreaks have prompted a girl, tall, angular,,. South" (Sindler) analysis By JEAN

nesday night.- -. I Heading the 'mediators will ciliation Service. Gainesville Little Theatre to,homely; with a steamrollersort of social, political and economic "And from Raiford State I you ,up for the duration of the
I William Pierce, regional di- According to UF Professors climax this season with a playon of mind and a habit of changes in the South I Prison. ." I shower.
The iation'will be"a '
me at'n 'of the Federal Mediation William Fox and William J. Fra- epidemic 'scares. getting what she wants by fair, since 1920; "The Negro Revo-
session but the actors will The tone of the radio announcer's Once the basic
.. Conciliation Service in At- zer Jr. an educational film of An Enemy of the People"- means or foul. Combine these lution in America" (Brink) gardening-
real. voice was such that groundwork is laid
Pierce and John Kenny mock mediation session will] a new drama about a tourist traits with assured social posi., analysis of Negro and white except for

Eight members the U. : Tampa, another member of be ma'de while the visiting team L town with a contaminated tion and a large fortune and I attitudes and opinions, basedon you expected the worst. weeding, the peace of mind

Federal Mediation and demonstration group, help.. of mediators is here. The film t health spa-will be producedat you have Edwina Deydier, a survey conducted by The mental picture was instantly part sets in.

iation Service will settle the general telephone will be distributed nationally to the Gainesville Little Theatre whom Hamilton Basso follows Newsweek; "Fly and the Fly- stroked tear gas, Right around dusk you survey -

how negotiations are arrived in Tampa last summer. schools and colleges.CI1ORDS on May 29 and 30 and June through her juggernaut career. Bottle" (Mehta) report on the Scuffling prisoners, soggy, the blossoms, hummingbirds .

--- 46.The in his latest noyeJ.uA Touchof L current state of British history shredded mattresses and fire flitting about your head.

big scare last year came the Dragon." and philosophy, based on interviews hoses pointed at cells of swarming Or are they mosquitos?

I j with an encephalitis outbreakin with British intellectuals; J humanity. Watering can or hose in hand,

: 1,. ,, ; the St. Petersburg area, I Mr. Basso writes smooth and L "Flight 967" (Williams) the There will be a flower show you feed the grateful plants and

f > where a debate raged about the polished prose and his story mystery of the plane crash between May 21 and 22." relish the smell of clean, wet
i amount of publicity that shouldbe depicts with a searching cleverness Tampa and New Orleansin I earth. Then you contemplate
Oh.
given the outbreak becauseof the air of bored sophistication 1959. the month's water bill and pray;
Already, there appeared visIon -
J the tourist common to many so for rain.
dependence on '
And Discords business.A cialites. Mr. Basso ironic History and Travel"Tutankhamen" of hardbitten newsman Sam Weeds you completely ig
McGarvey rushing from Lawteyto
second epidemic viewpoint makes his pages i (Desroches-

BY VERE RICHARDS was, in Zermott, Switzerland scare,, sparkle with epigram and wit.' Noblecourt) story of the discovery Raiford. He dashed .to the, nore.Mosquitoes, weeds and water
Yet his writing is controlled I prison warden's office, clutching
of the tomb and '
where city fathers tried to history bills cast aside, gardening just
r and terse, it never runs of the personage and his camera in one hand and
away period,
keep news of a typhoid epidemic might be a good way to keep
Saturday nightMay 9, the of parts was particularly good. ano. Not only was much skill in from leaking out and discouraging with him and he can, incidentally -beautifully illustrated; "Adven- stuffing film and flashbulbs into more people out of $25 an-

Gainesville Music Teachers As- Gwen Bauschka was at the pi evidence but the number had tourists.Activities. say more in a sentence tures in the Holy Land" (Peale) his pockets. i hour conferences with psychia

sociation presented the third for- ano. Carol Davis, pianist was meaning and the two performers than many writers manage in I pilgrimage to the Holy Land "I want to go right in there' trists.
in worked a paragraph. with Norman Vincent Peale, and get some great action I
mal recital by students of the very good "Surprises. together as one Pianist "
member teachers in the Kir "Pageants" by Melissa Munt- Joanna Sailer's "Sonatina" had I The story is that of Sebastian I giving historical and Biblical shots, he panted.

I, by-Smith School auditorium. The yan, pianist, was positive and movement and fire with well I I I AtUOFF Venables, one of the poorer of background, many photographs Punctured dream. AT. .

program was arranged by Mrs. yet she played the light parts managed rubatos. "A Passage- I the socialites, and it develops i ; "The Golden Haze" The new vision comes into

Delbert Sterrett who also actedas with delicacy. Geraldine D a vis, Bird's Farewell" by Car o 1 i through his seemingly casual iI I (Cameron) the story of Cap focus.

master of ceremonies duringthe violinist, and Helen Nail, plan Boyles, soprano, and Carol Shea, ,I their friends. Edwina appearsat ; tain Cook's 3 voyages to the Sam is.dressed. his Sundaysuit.

performance. 1st, gave Handel's "Sonata No. 4 contralto, offered good sol d first on the very edge of the South Pacific; "The Day of the His shoes are white, un-

Randy, Rudder man pianist Adagio" with excellent control singing by two excellent voices, story very incidental. Sebas Lion" (MacGregor-Hastie) the scuffed and definitely not The Complete
played Sarakatsannis' "Let and understanding. Merry ,beautifully blended. (May 17-24, 1964)) tian's cousin Susan says of her: rise and fall of Fascism under trampled by rioting prisoners.
Monday Lyceum Counci I "Poor Edwina she breeds elkhounds Benito Mussolini "G e o He is i sipping tea and conversing
I Us Begin" and showed fine control James; pianist, was extreme 1 :y Carlisle Herbert, pianist, ; rge Office Supply Store
4 and a good grasp of t he fine in the "March of the Wee played Schubert's "Impromptu"with Ticket Sales for Philadelphia to show There Washingt o n's Generals" ,I with severaloflha Inmates.

material. Bruce Wilkinson, violinist folk." excellent technic, with Orchestra Concert, Student Ser. aren't too many elkhounds you I (Billias, ed.) _account of the "What kind of beds do you
with clean One of the outstanding vice Booth, 1-5 p.m. know Think of the prizes!" military careers of 11, well recommend for day lilies? :
played p ure numbers -power and smooth speed and a
tone. Mrs. Robert Wilkinson was of the evening was the vital finish.A Wednesday Mock Media And there we have Edwina,, known generals.. We've been having some trouble
tion Panel: Federal Mediationand and showy walking off with Fiction with our petunias and I won-
at the pia o. "Sonata for Two "Concerto in D Minor" by Bach, for .
Flutes and Piano" was well han- played by Rheua Sue Stakelyand reception the performers Conciliation Service Team,,the awards. I "Summer Storm" (Angoff) dered. ." :8.Fetf

dled by Francisco Pareja and Anne Bridges, violin i s t s, followed. Medical Science Building Audi Edwina drifts in and out of 1 the continued chronicle of the After venturing into the gardening ,

Joan Smith,-wh6se interchan g e with Patricia Mitchell at the pi a a a torium. larger in Sebastian's life. Pur Polonskys, covering the Depression world" fairly full scale'
Lyceum Council TicketSales ; suing her inexorable years; "A Fine Mad. last week it's easy to understand !
Amid a blaze of color from way "
for Philadelphia Orchestra through various attempts at ness" (Baker) a serio-comic how the Raiford "g ests"
interesting pictures by young Concert Student Service novel, winner of the Putnam benefit' from the .
gardening
Newly Chartered Masonic artists of P.K. Yonge, the chorus careers; dictating to others, program
Award "Tomorrow Will BMonday"
I gave a fine performance of ,Booth, 1-5 pjn.Baseball spoiling their plans, entangling ; at the'state, prison.
: Florida vs. Jacksonville herself in their lives, makinga (Loeser) short stories After a few hours in the garden
a number of
Lodi! Holds DedicationGainesville's sitions Wednesday noteworthy compo Perry, Field 2 p. m. complete nuisance of herself. about children and parents; you're too tired to think PtJQL
evening
May
"At War Children" (Reed)
as about
,-J 13. Outstanding were "Anthem Lyceum Council .Presentation The story moves at a leisurely anything as. rowdy as re
: Philadelphia Orchest r a,, pace from the Middle Westto story of young people grow- bellion. I
newly chartered lar election in December: Ear] for Spring" adapted by Harry
World II
ing during War
Florida Gym, 8:15 p.m. New York and finally to a up ; One of the best anti hostility
Masonic Lodge known as the! V. Simpson, Worshipful Master Simeone from Mascagni's "Ca- "The Missing Man" (Waugh) '
around is WATERCOLOR
Saturday Camp Wauburg vacation paradise in the West programs some con-
R. T. S. Schafer Lodge No. 350 I valleria Rusticana, a difficult
hunt elusive killer
; Curtis R. Williams, Senior the for an ; centrated weed !
Playday, Camp Wauburg, 1-6 i Indies. Here Edwina suffers her tugging,
branchi
and number
F. A.M. dedicated well
was "El Yivn hHagalil"
sung; "And the Eighth
on Day"Queen
Warden E. C. Khuen
; Jr., Jun. p.m. most crushing defeat and, bya trimming or leaf .
yesterday in a public ceremonyin ior Warden; C. K. Pennington, a Hebrew numb e r Lyceum Council Latin I final act of treachery, followsit ( ) Ellery Queen's experiences little bit of this every day andyou're ,
the First Church.
Methodist 'Treasurer; Herbert F. Ennis, transcribed by Chajes, with a American Club Present: Cuban I with her most brilliant vic in an unusual community just about limited to
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The dedication. and. '.installation beautiful b u II dup, very well ; "A Stranger to Her- al Felt tip pen with fine
Secretary; T. Ray Williams, Folk Dancing, University Auditorium tory. pooped-out yawn.
of officers was attended by done; a Waring chorus, "Cha- self" (Williams) mystery built point
Senior Deacon; K i r by B. 8 An utterly detestable There is
p.m. woman something strangely Slim
Hobart D. P 1hank, Grand Master rage, a lovely song, well worked around the fate of twin sisters. handy styling'
: Green Jr., Junior Deacon Edward
You hate
; Conferencesand her. But at the same idyllic about how; pleasantly Non.toxicsafe, for
of Masons in Florida, and out; a Spiritual, "Soon Ah
R. Rowe Sr., Marshal; Short Courses time you admire her and you grubby gardening makes you.I children
other Grand officials. Will Be Done"
Lodge fast
The new-charter was grantedby Harold A. Johnson, C h a plain; bright and with very a sparkling and May 18-29 Real Estate Ap pity her.Many Mongolia Calls Somehow, the after gardening 8 water colors. won'tbleed

4 the Grand Lodge of Florida A. C. Von Nyvenhiem, Senior ending; and five other numbers! praisal I, Graham Hall. of the other charactersare shower always makes you feel thru paper

": Free andlAccepted Masons at Steard; Tom. C. Mill sap s, of equal value making a fine May 19-22 Developing Agri charming, so you have no For Cease Fire about three times cleaner than For school. artwork, "
Junior Steard; Joel A. Moo n, cultural feeling that Mr. Basso considers usual
; their aoonal ,communication in performance, under the inspir Resources Effectively,, assuming that yourtrembling coloring, notes, business -
Senior Tyler; and Don M. all women as variants of charts
.1 McCarty Auditorium legs and disjointed posters
Jacksonville last week. direction
For the.-Past :162 Masons Green, James 0. Lee, D a s h-ing Edward of the Choral Director May 21-22 Developing Agri- the Edwina theme. She is, In Red DisputeMOSCOW 1 knees are stable enough to hold
year, Carwithen.
wood Hicks, and Robert W. Ben- Workshop, Medical Science,happily unique. 49c7j
.. have be operating as a Lodge son, alternate officers.Gainesville's Pianist Gerson Yessin, Building Auditorium. It is a crisp brilliant book. (AP-Mongolia) has ,
under dispensation from P e 1- brought by the Councilto Do called Communist China to 4TLOVEYA ;, ; ,I '
Lyceum May 23-26 Garden Club not skip one word in reading on School Mixed '
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hank. He, recently signed a petition other Masonic the,University of Florida Auditorium Short Course, Broward Hall it or you may miss some call off its propaganda warfare I I

,' requesting the charter. Lodge is Lodge Number 41 with Tuesday night, May Exhibits delightful subtlety of Mr.: against the Soviet Union inside AUSTIN, Tex. (APRegentsof ) ; ESTER: "I Ii
The officers have 600 members. It charteredin j
following was 12, gave a most outstanding per. May 18-31 Glenn Alps- Basso's prose. To read "A Mongolia, the Soviet news agen- the Uniersity of Texas an- .4 L ".
been appointed. until the regu- 1857.It formance. His program presented Collorgraphs, Western Association -Touch of the Dragon" is a rich:t cy Tass reported Friday night. nounced Saturday the state-sup-

four "Impromptus"' by I of Art Museums, Florida experience. Tass said the rebuff was con ported school- is now completely It's Fun To Shop .
Schubert, "Sonata No.7" by Union Bryan Lounge S tained; in a note by the Mongo- integrated.
Bank President Halts
It i) Jax Prokofieff; Chopin's "Fantasy Visual Craft of William i The following new books will lian Foreign Ministry to, the Paid Advertising CHESNUT OFFICE

in F Minor"; a contemporary Golden, The American Instituteof be available at the library to- Chinese Embassy in Ulan Ba-

Remote Control Robbery composition, "Misterioso a n dNocturne' Graphic Arts, Florida Union morrow: tor, Mongolia's capital. Equipment Co., Inc.

., ..- byWilliam Hoskins; North Wing Gallery. Home and Hobby The note called the attacks "a 106 W.
I "Tarantella," from Venezia e "To My Son. the Teen-Aee: crude violation of the of University Ave.
norms
JACKSONVILLE (AP) A no joke, the anaymous callertold Napoli by Liszt; and as encores: Peace Driver" (Felsen) advice to interstate relations," Tass said: PHONE FR 2-8421
brave bank president stymied a him to "check the lighting: "Nocturne in F Major" by Chopin Corps the teen-ager and his parents

i bizarre attempted bank holdup fixture in the men's rest room and "Memories from Child- Team Due HereA by the popular author of teen- Both the Soviet Union and

Friday night-a holdup which for one of the bombs." hood by the Brazilian composer, age books on hot-rodding; "Ele China have attempted to woo A-224

t involved not hooded men, but Pinto. Peace Corps team from ments of Riding" (Summer- Mongolia, a buffer state between .
remote control bombs. "My first thought was that it will set information the two Communist powers.
This was a heavy program I I Washington up an hays) a British how-to-ride :
was a crank, Kennedy said. "1 but the artist center on the University manual, revised for
brought to each American
Roland Kennedy of the Murray -called home I I : Learn more about hearing
immediately. A Ir your
se- number a vital and flashing of Florida campus begin- Challenge" (Dreikurs) Practical during BETTER HEARING
Hill Barnett Bank said be-a curity officer called the FBI on technic; that made each composition 'ning tomorrow through Satur- advice from a child psychiatrist .,j MONTH. Get a (jmmnning oijX1..k

l. fore man called-'osing him time ten minutes and said: another extension. My home fine as it was, more out- day.Questionnaires ; "Country Furniture of I .HEARING CHECK-UP, at ;
phone four times and I GAINESVILLE
rang standing, more sparkling a nd will be avail- Early America" (Williams) :
J "Okay buddy. There are fuor realized my wife and two kids with a deeper sympathy than able and the standard placement guide book for collectors and I HEARING( AID CO. ,;
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He used extraordinary tech. Peace Corps liaison is Col.
Kennedy worked fast. He '
4 Kennedy said the caller told evacuated some 30 employesand : niques and carried them to 'a Glenn Farris. eye comfort : -

him to. get $20,000 in $50 bills a score of patrons still in point of surpassing control. As

and have it at an assigned place the bank for Friday night busi. an example, in the "Tarantel- elegant styling &. quality performanceby ,
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Castro Admits never seemed to tire, giving to Industrial
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Water Shortage to be exploded by a C. P.
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Kennedy did not deliver the wonderful performance.
is worried about an acute
!money. FBI agents and police
water shortage in Havana.
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By ORLO ROBERTSON "what Shoemaker ,would do with an Brother and Big Pete. : did in the Derby, which the

'. Hill Rise." Hill Rise was on the outside' Dancer won by a neck.
I, BALTIMOREKen- The winning jockey said that But trainer Horatio Luro had
with Shoe keeping an eye on
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tucky Derby winner Northern in. the duel turning into the Hartack, just as he' did two given Hartack a razor sharp

I zp' 4 .i Dancer made it stick with emphasis stretch, *'1 won the battle for weeks ago at Churchill Downs. colt this clear, sunshiny day,

k > Saturday when he pulled the lead and I think that tookit The three-quarters of a mile and controversial Willie who

1 away in the last quarter mile out of Hill Rise. I don't think was run in 1:12 and 2-5, .with would rather sign an autograph

,, for an easy victory in the 88th anyone was closing on us at the Quadrangle still on the front i than chat with the pressmade.most

.. :crT running of the $176,700 Preak- end." end, but by. not any great mar- of it.
o( ness at Pimlico. With a little more than a quar-
Big Pete, noted for his early gin. i
ter of a mile to go, Northern
Hill Rise odds-on choice in speed, and Quadrangle took the
They were heading out of the' Dancer was bidding for the lead
the field of six 3-year-olds, was small field through the first back stretch when Hill Rise and in a few strides he had it.

I Il not only unable to match North- quarter in 25 1-5 seconds. Qua- started his move in on the lead- Hartack gave him a crack

ern Dancer's great run throughthe drangle then moved to the front ders, but Shoemaker found Har with his whip as they straight

stretch but also bowed to and hit the first half mile in tack also ready to go. For one- ened out for the finish, tapped

The[ Scoundrel, and ended in 48 2-5, with the Dancer moving eighth of a mile it looked as if him.lightly twice more near the

I 1 4 l-' third place. smoothly in third place. the two might take commandand eighth pole and the race was

*r1 ,' The Scoundrel, inched back Then came Quadrangle Rom- stage a stretch duel as they all over.;

.* ; slightly at the start and againat

,. the three-eighths pole, was
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purse of $124,200. IN S.E.C. TRACK


l Outfoxes "Shoe"

Bill Hartack, outfoxing Bill

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GATORS' JIM ELLIOTT SPINS IN AIR AFTER COLLISION point, sent the Canadian-owned Vols Take Crown

S Ran Into Rollins Dick Emerson at Home Plate In Friday Game Dancer over the 1 3-16 miles in ... ;:..
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I ; track 154 compared 3-5, set by with Nashua the in recordof 1955.I LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) blazing surianfjset three records compared with the old record of
Gators Win Two of ThreeSpecial
Northern Dancer, made the i Tennessee, a team which doesn't and ,tied- wo'otherS'-;;- the 41.6 set first in 1958 by Florida.

2-to-l second choice by the' even have its own track, flexedits most impressive mark being

j crowd of 35,975 despite his victory muscles in the sprints and Billy Hardin's clocking of 36.9 I Ties Record

( to the Sun) out Don Phillips and Chuck Olsen In the ninth, Duncan tried to errors helped Florida to four in the Derby two weeks distance events Saturday to win seconds in the 330-yard interme- Harvey Johnston of Auburn

WINTER PARK Rollins I hit back to back singles with come home from first on Danny runs in the first inning and that ago, made his challenge one- its first Southeastern Confer- diate hurdles. took the triple jump with a leapof

ended its regular season here Ithe latter's hit sending Burris Eggart's double but was out made the difference. half mile from home after run- ence track championship. in the pole vault, soaring over 45-10 to tie the record he set

yesterday as it.split a double-! lome. at the plate. Rollins hit Gator hurler Dan- ning close to the early pace set The Volunteers, who have only I the bar at 14 feet, 5% inches. Friday and Hardin was clockedin

header with Florida at Harper- Florida and Rollins both had Florida 100 000 000 00-1 7 3 ny Eggart fairly hard and gained by Quadrangle.As three seniors on their squad and This compared with a record of 13.9 in the

: Shepard Field. mild threats for the next six Rollins 000 100 000 01-2 8 2 a 5-5 tie with two runs in workout on various high school 14-4% set in 1961 by.Jess- .- Fath- hurdles to tie the 120-yard mark high :
he made his Hill set last
innings but the clut h hurlingby Anderson and Porter Clark and the fourth. move, tracks at Knoxville, ran up 61 eree of LSU.Florida's .
I The Tars won the first, an ; Rise also challenged for the year by Charlie Moseley of Ala
points, compared with 54 for Auburn .
11-inning affair, 2-1 and the Ga- > both pitchers kept any runs Emerson Elliott's smash to center went 440-yard relay team b .ma.
lead, but the son of Nearctic and 49 for Louisiana State. Leach Chalker
-George Selwyn
from Second homer ,
for
tors came back to cop the second game an inside-the-park
scoring.Hit from E. P. Taylor's Windfield Finishing a distant fourth with John Anderson and Pete Tennessee
54.Chuck. Single Zabala & Porter, Williams, despite a collision with Rollins started the day witha

Olsen's single with the Burris cracked a single to Johnson ((3)) & EmersonIn catcher Dick Emerson at the: Farms of Toronto never gave an 27 points was Florida. Rowe-set a record in that event 1-2-3-4 finish in the mile to

bases loaded and no one out in open the llth inning and wentto Friday's game it took an plate. inch.With The competitors ignored the I with a clocking of 41.4. This run up a quick 14 points. Favor.ed .

the 11th inning gave the Tars third when first baseman eighth-inning home run.by out. The victory was the fourth in I three-eighths of a mile, LSU took the lead midway

the win in the first game after rom Shannon threw wild on fielder Jim Elliott to give the a row for the Gators and boosted .. to go, the dazzling Dancer stuck through the afternoon as resultsof

Charles Anderson and Mickey Ennis' attempted sacrifice. Gators their 6-5 triumph. their record to 17-8 for the his nose in front. One-eighth of Florida the field events trickled in,

Clark had matched pitch for Phillips was intentionally Florida couldn't hit the ball, season. a mile further he had opened Opens but it. didn't last long. ..

pitch. walked to load the bases and Olsen getting only three safeties off Florida 0040001-5101]I up daylight. The Orange Orges got a super

II Jim Elliott, Gator center- rapped a sharp single to leftfield I two Tar hurlers. But walks and. Rollins 130 0000-4 70 I And from there on home it man performance out of ailing

fielder who homered to give Florida to drive in the winning run. was strictly a battle for second, Schedule Jim Webster as the handsome

a 5-4 win over Rollins Friday Clark struck out six men for as Hartack went on to the wire Cage Tennessee sprinter won both the

came through with a sacri- Rollins and lowered his earned LA without using the whip. 100-yard and 220-yard dashes,

fice fly with the sacks filled in run average to .455 as he went Dodgers Sig'nGHS'Thompson despite sore muscles in both

the top of the seventh to drivein the distance. Head Decision thighs.

Tom Shannon to give the Ga Rollins struck early as it The Scoundrel, from Rex 4 Against VMI [
One of the finest times of the
tors their come from behind win scored all its runs in the first Ellsworth's stable which won

the second two innings of the second game. with Candy Spots last.year, got afternoon came in the freshman
in game. Bob Gustafson's single and, a up in the final strides for a head Florida will open a 25-game be one of the national powers' heat of-the 100-yard dash where

Opened Scoring double by Burris gave the Tars decision over Hill Rise, carry basketball schedule in a home next season, will play Florida i Phil Smith of Tennessee was

Florida opened the scoring in one run in the first inning. ,Richard Thompson, former : ing the hopes of George A. contest with Virginia Military for the first time in a UF gym clocked in 9.5 beating by

: the first game as Jim Duncan They added three more in the baseball star fof Gainesville Pope's El Peco Ranch. Institute here on Dec. 2, Coach appearance on:Dec._ 21., three-tenths of a, second the old

came home from third base::: on second as Olsen and Brown High School, has been signed to .< Norman Sloan has announced.The record of 9.8 held by several

Earl Mongomery's infield singled and'Terry Williams acontractby the Los Angeles Then came Quadrangle, Roman 1964-65 slate lists 12 home The longawaited'hornand.- runners.

grounder. walked to load the bases withno Dodgers, it was revealed yes- Brother and Big Pete. games plus two..in the. annual home series with powerful Ken LEXINGTON Ky. (AP-Southeastern

Duncan had doubled and ad. out. terday.: i Northern Dancer, who also Gator Bowl tourney at Jack tucky oddly comes in eight Conference track and field meet summaries -

vanced to third on'a throwing One one came as Tom Flagg Thompson, 19, was signed by was the second choice in the sonville and 11 on the road. days. The Gators will host the :
Brown. run Leon Hamilton of Jacksonville '- Wildcats on, Jan. 23, and will 440 relay-1. Florida (Leach Chalker,
error by shortstop Jerry bounced to the shortstop and the t Derby, returned $6.20, $3.60 and Anderson Rowe) 41.4; (SEC and track
The Tars came back to tie southern scout for the Dodgers.He I In .addition, the Gators will play .Buppmen-at: Lexington -record; old SEC record. 416 Florida
throw had to to first. Emerson i $2.20 in winning the second leg I *
go play the new 16-game Southeastern erf Jan.'"30./ 1958; old track record 41.5 Illinois 1964)1
things up in the fourth inningas then doubled home Brown will be assigned to a Dodger of the Triple Crown for 3-year- 2. Auburn 41.8; 3. Kentucky 423 4.
Conference schedule including The Gators Alabama 42.< 5.
Allen Burris opened with .a minor league club tomor- defending champions ; Tennessee-disqualified*
LSU
Bel- placed fifth.
and Williams. olds, which includes the *
Bo Ennis struck home-and-home meetings in ,the Gator Bowl Tour-
single. After Florida sent nine men to the row.The mont stakes. with Tennessee with Mile-1. Bob Redington (Tenn) 4U4t
ex-GHS receiveda Kentucky, iey..will compete. Georgia, 2. Coppley Vickers (Tenn) 4-18; 3. Don
plate in the third inning as it player The Scoundrel, who went off] Mississsippi .State,' Mississippi, Wake FeresJ and Tevas in that Pinkston (Tenn) 4:20.'; 4. Rocky Sodor.
the bonus contract terms of burg (Tenn) 4.208 5. Harold Gross
sent four across plate. ,
runs
the third choice, paid $6.20 and Auburn and Georgia and single event at the Jacksonville Coli (Miss St) 4-21.5
After one out Don Pendl e y which were not revealed. Shot Put-1. Ron Hernandez LSU) 55
Fint O m $2.20. contests with Tulane LSU seum.
feet im Inches
(track record; old record
FLORIDA ROLLINS singled and Jim Duncan Thompson, who has been ,
Vanderbilt and Alabama. 53-tt Ken Clark Air Force Academy
all rh abrh Hill Rise returned $2.20 to K64); 2. Justin Canale (Miss St)
with the local
I home playing Variety The complete schedule
5 $ 3 doubled. Pendley came on
Pendley 3b 5 0 1 Flagg cf : 55-to 3. Warren Hardy (Ala) 52-5'A; 4.
Duncan If 513 Statson rf 5 5 0 0 ((I a fielders choice for the first Store team in the Central Flo- show. Sloan said the Gators had to Dec. 2, VMI; Dec. 5, Stet- Ralph Wilkinson (LSU) 51-%; 5. John
SOI<< Emerson C .
c Williams (Ga Tech) 49-10V*
Eggart Northern Dancer who now
Montg'mry 2b 300 Burris 2b 42 5 run and Bill Blomgren followed rida League, was a shortstopfor drop North Carolina State because son; Dec. 9, at Florida State; Javelin-I. Buddy Hamic (LSU 210
Porter c 400 Ennis 3D 4 0 ( with double send Duncan GHS two He has a record of seven straight of conflict in dates withan Dec. 19 at Miami feet 4V) Inches; 2. Leonce Castagnes
Blomgren rt 401 Phillips Ib 4 0 1 a to years ago. a ; Dec. 21, (LSU) 211-Sto; 3. John Burkhart (Vandy)
Shannon Ib 401 Olsen If 5 4 o o :: across. went into service after his high victories' and' an-- enviable mark SEC game. To replace the North Carolina; Dec. 29-30, Gator 203-10; .. Walt Holmes (LSU) m-fttj
Brown ss
Morcroft ss 400 5. Ken Kirk (Ga Tech) 193-m.
Anderson P 400 Clark p 3 0 ( Dave Porter walked and school graduation. RICHARD THOMPSON of evr have finished out of! Wolfpack, the UF picked up Bowl tourney at Jackson.Vile 440-L Pete Rowe (Fla) 474 (track

Totals- ..3117.........Totals. 100 000 ooo:311Flfnda 00-1 I Montgomery singled to drive in Early in March Thompson at- .' Signs Contract the money in 16 career starts, Stetson for a home game on : ; Jan. 2, Tulane; Jan. 4, lucky record;1943)old ;record 2. Jerry 48.,,Smith Bill Arthur(Aub) 478 Ken-

Rollins ............., 000 100 000 01-3 t Blomgren and Elliott's single tended the Dodgers' instructional boosted his earnings or the Dec. 5.North. LSU; Jan. 9, at Auburn; Jan. 3. Robert Cavanaugh (LSU) 478; 4. Bill
Shapiro (Tul) 48.2; Bill Arthur (Ky) 42
E-Brown. Montgomery. Phillips. Port sent Blomgren home with the school in West Palm Beach. Hamilton said the Dodgers year to $304,237, and for his Career Carolina, expected to 14, at Mississippi State; Jap. 100-yard dash-1. Jim Webster (Tenn)
PO-A-Florlda 30-S (x- I 0. track record old record '.7.
er7 ( ; Guy
none Shannon.out when winning run scored) Rol- final run of the inning. He performed well, especiallyin plan to use Thompson as an to $519,092.Hartack 16, at Mississippi; Jan. 21, Mi- Tallent Vanderbilt. 1960; Henry Murphy,

2B-Duncan.lins 33-11. LOB-Florida 3B-Flagg. Montgomery 8. Rollins 11.2. The Gators started with winning the field, and impressed the infielder, either at shortstop or as in ,the Derby, Fii.tI11U: :[ 'ami; Jan. 23, Kentucky; Jan. Ohio Kentucky University State, 1964)163; and 2. George Melvin' Lead Orr,

S-Ciark. seventh when Shannon Dodgers. third base. said that his main concern was 25, at Alabama; Jan. 30, at Ken. (Fla) >.7; 3. Mac McQueen (Ala) '.7;
(p H R ER BB $0 4. John Kirkley (Ala) U; 5. John Anderson
Anderson (L) .... 11 e 2 1 3 7 walked and Blomgren doubledto tucky; Feb. 1, at Tennessee; (Fla) 100.
Clark (W) ...... 11 7 1 0 4 6 American League Feb. 8 Auburn Feb. 13 Mississippi 128 yard high hurdles I. Billy Hardin
Robinson. Gordon. T-2:50. right center. Montgomery received w. Lest Pet. Behind ; (1.511) 13.* (ties :SEC record CharheMoseley
U- gOWNS a free to fill the AT OKLAHOMA CITY Cleveland ..... 16 0 .640 State; Feb. 15, Mississippi Ala., 1963; track record; old
FLORIDA.bmbi all rll bI pass Chicaoo ....... 14 9 M9 1 record 14.1 Willie May. University of
pendley 36 3 1 1 0 Flag Cf 3 0 0 1Ouncon sacks. Baltimore .... 17 11 .607 IVi ; Feb. 20, at Vanderbilt; Chicago Track Club. 164) 2. Pat Pom-
If 4120 Gustafson rf 4110 New York ...... 14 10 .583 1% hrey (Term) 14.3; 3. Walt McQuire (Ky)
Ib 3101Eme'O" 3012 After Porter popped oul t Minnesota .... 15 13 .534 2Vi Feb. 23, Florida State; Feb. 27, 1O 4. Hank James (Miss St) 14.6 5. t
Shannon rf 4 1 2 1 Burris 2b 4011 Elliott sent to Six Washington ... 14 18 .438 5V* at March 1 Burt Bennett (LSU) 15.0.
rightto Tennessee
Share
Blomgren a long fly Golf LeadOKLAHOMA Georgia; !
26 3 1 3 1 Ennis 3b 2010 Detroit ........ 11 15 .423 5Vt 880-1. Leland Albright (LSU) 1:52.f1
Mntamry Porter C 2000 Phillips Ib 3000 drive in Shannon with the Boston _....... 11 14 .407 6 ; March 5, Georgia.The 2. Jim Brown (Fla) 1-53.; 3. John
cf 3 02 2 Olsen If 4120 KansasCityl1 16 Ml 6 Nichols (Tenn) 1-553; 4. George Cobb
Morcroft Elliott $1 3flOOBrowns, 2110 winning run. -- -- -- Los Angeles .. 12 18 .400 6'/ LSU flash's time was two-' (Aub) )J:54.2; 5. Ray Klrkpatrkk (Aub)-

Zabala P 300 o Williams Johnson p p 0100 2000 Deep Fly CITY (AP-Six! still on the course, had troubles Behind the six leaders at 69 New York Yesterday 10. Kansas Results City t tenths of a second better than I-:54J Broad Jump-I. Tom Mitchell (Aub)
Totals 28 S18 S Totals 31 4 7 4Florl4a Anderson walked Don Phillips players grabbed a' share of the! skidded Washington 3. Chicago 1" the standard of 37.1 he set last 123 feet 5 Inches; 2. Lewis Gainey (Ga)
.. Saturday. Courtney to a were Roy Pace of Longview, Boston 6. Minnesota 5. 10 innings 23-3; X Wade Currlngton (Aub) 23-0; 4.
............. 004 WO 1 i1M intentionally to load the bases Detroit 1 and was the fastest time Bill McCormick (Au b) 2210; 5. John
Cleveland 2.
lead year
first round of the
Remits .. .. .... .. ., .. 000 0-4 delayed 76 and Sifford dropped to a 73. Tex., Johnny Pott of Gulf Hills, Baltimore 5, Los Angeles 1. night. Plant (Aub) 22-4.
E-Pendiey. PO-A-FlorWa (21-7) Rol- but Olsen sent a deep fly past $40,000 Oklahoma City Open Both carded 70s Thursday. Miss. Bob of Johannesburg Todays Games for the event in the nation thus 220-1. Jim Webster (Tenn) 22.'; 2.
Verwey -
and Grant 2-2) at 'I Co. (Ky) 22.0; 3. Mickey Sutton
DP-BrOWft. Burris. PhillIps.LO&Fiorida the drawn in outfield to send Cleveland (John 2-1 far this year. Johnny
Mins (21-10) ,. Rollins L. JB-Burns. Golf Tournament Saturday fir- Gallery favorite Arnold Palmer I South Africa, and Jack Detroit (Aguirre 0-0 and LolKti 3-1). 2 (Aub) 22.0; 4. George Leach (Fla) 22.1|
the home. at WashingtonKoch I Tom Christopher of Auburn Cavanaugh (LSU) 223.430yanl .
Duncan Blomgren 2. SB winning run ing four-under-par 68s over Chicago (Pizarro 3-0) 5. Robert
Emerson. ; playing with Sifford and McGowan of Largo, Fla. Mc- ( 0-0) intermediate hurdles-1. Billy
Gustarson Montgomery. Phillips. The Gators had gone ahead Quail Creek County Club's 7,042- Los Angeles (McBride 1-4) at Baltimore put his name in the record book Hardin (LSU) 36.* (SEC and track record
SF-Elltott. Tony Lema, shot an even par Gowan fired a tournament record Hardin. 163 old track
record
(McNally 3-1) old SEC
Ip H R ED BB SOl in the first on a double by Dun-
yard layout Vft and Pena Hamilton Lipscomb, Central
7 7 4 4 6 6 72. Lema had a 70. of 31 on the front nine. Kansas City (CXDonognue record 37.3
Zabala 12-37 4 4 2 1 can, an error and a ground ball Pete Fleming a parttime .4-2) at New York (Stafford 1-0 and State, 1964); 2. Pat Pomphrey Tents)
Williams Ford 3-1), 2 38.4; 3. James Erkmant (Ga Tech) 38.7*
Johnson Robinson, Gordon 41-33 T-1 2.00.Friday's 1. 6 2 Rollins tied in the fourth on tourist from Hot Springs, Ark., Minnesota .(Kaat 4-1 .and Stlgman 8-3) Budweiser 4. Gale Morse Tern) 38.*; 5. Bob Burn
U i
at Boston (Wilson 1-1 and Morehead Hul) 390.
Came three infield hits. was the first to go on the leader 1-2), 2 High Jvmp-1. Earl Roberts (Ga Techl
gOWNS FLORIDA I The Gators had National League t feet 5 Inches 2 (three way tie) Benny
two
all r II abrh I good board. Pulling even with him Ole Miss Tops Auburn Wea Last Pd. Behind Smith (Aub). Bill Sanford (Miss St) and

Flagg.Gustafson.cf rt 412 41 0 Pendley Duncan. If 3b 201 5 1 0 chances to win late in the game. Later were host professional Er- Saa Philadelphia Francisco i. 16 17 10 19 .615.430 -Vi Gains SplitHoward Tom Wales' Christopher(Tenn) 4-2. (Aub) M 5. Emit

Emerson. c 400 Shannon. Ib 3 1 l' They put runners on first and nie Vossler, Mike Souchak of St. Louis ...... U 12 ..6t'J Triple Jump-I. Harvey Johnston (Aub)
Burnis.2b 302Biomgrefl.f 310 Cincinnati .... 15 13 .536 2Vi 45 feet 10 Inches (ties SEC record Johns.
third with two out in the seventhbut
Ennis 3b 401 Porter c 220 Grossinger, H.Y., Terry Dill of For Third SEC Crown Pittsburgh ... 15 1353 2Vi Floyd hurled a four- ten set Friday 2. mont Mitchell (Aub
Phillips Ib 400 Creese.2b 1 0 1 a double steal try fa1ed.; Muleshoe Tex. Cotton Dunn of Milwaukee ... 15 14 J17 3 hit shutout in the second 45-; 3. Don Myrlck (LSU) 454; 4. Don
Olsen. tf 412 Mntgmery. 26 200 Houston ....._ 14 11 .438 SVLi game Posey (Miss St) 45-0 5. Bill McCormick
Brown.ss 321 Boyesen.cf 00 e Duncan, Okla. and Jay Hebertof in -Angeles' ; 13 17 .m last night at City Park to give (Aub) 44-10V6.
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) Mississippi Richie Prine who came on
Johnson p 000 Elliott cf 1 1 1 Chicago ...... 10 15 .400 Two Mile-I. Coppley Vickers (Tenn)
Shoene.p 200 Morcroft ss 30 0 Waters Leads Lafayette, La. the sixth. NewYork ...... 9 20 J10 f Budweiser a split in a softball ':3 Jl 2. Don Pinkston (Tenn) :39JI
iciark 100 Eggart. p 40 e won its third Southeastern Yesterday's ResultS 3. Paul Bricke (Miss St) 9:40-tt 4.
Totals 3SS8 Totals 284 3 The first round, delayed twice Mississippi the western division Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 4 doubleheader with chastain'sRestaurant Charles Patterson (Aub) ':45.'* 3. Maicohn -
Rollins ..,..__w 003200.. -'000- -On 583 Set by rain :and lightning was Conference baseball title St. Louis 6. Milwaukee 5 of Orlando Balfour (Miss St) 10:01.X
......... .. ..'..- 401 tot S1.4JEnnis. champion, won the gamein Cincinnati 5, Chicago 2 Discus-1. Ron, Hernandez (LSU) 163
Florida
played in dazzling sunshine. The Saturday by blanking Auburn San Francisco 6. New York I. 15 Innings feet ||W Inches 2. Bubba Beal (lion)
Burris 2. Phillips. RBI: Chastain's won the first (Alas! 1S-41 3. -cty
Houston 4, Philadelphia night game 1J7-4 Warren
with two
Paul Waters the Con second round is scheduled Sun- the first inning runs
Gustafson 4, Burris Porter Creese. paced 5-0. Todays Games I Leon OMham (Tem) 14-lVi 5. Tony
BoY$-, Elliott. Morcroff. PO-A: Rollins: dor ,Precision League at Palm day with the 36-bole windup off starter Monte Sharpe. Don- Philadelphia (Mahaffey,J.n at Houston 5-3, and Budweiser took the BascelJ (Fla! 1434.
(Ant)
,.13. Florida: 2711. DP: Morcroft to (Owens 1-2. twgtit nightcap 3-0. Pale vault 1. Tom Christopher ,
Shannon ENds to Burris to Phillips; Lanes yesterday with a 58:: Monday. The victory will send Ole Missto nie Kessinger tripled and I I Milwaukee (Fischer 4-1 and Ctonmger 14 feet 5% Inches (SEC and track record .-
Ichoene to Phillips to Ennij Montgom- 2-2) at St. Louis (Washburn 2-0 and ; old record 14-4V*. Jesse Fathere
nnsery to Morcroft to Shannon. 28: Guvlafson series.: He rolled 221193169. Had Troubles the District 3 NCAA playoffin Sharpe then walked Glenn Lusk Simmons 4-2)* 2 Bobby Erwin led the Budweiser -LSU. mi and Joe Harris. LSU. 1961 j
Olsen. HR: Elliott. SB: Pendley New York (Jackson 3-4 and Fisher 1-1) old track record 14* Nick Twrcheck
Duncan Potter, 5. Schoene, Duncan. Randall Beggs had a 573 witt I Chuck Courtney of La Jolla, Gastonia, N.C., May 28. and Tommy Keyes to load the at San Francisco (Hendley 2-3 and hitters in the first game

.....- |1-30 p M 8885550Jonnaod 4 3 S C a 224 high single game anc I Calif and Charles Sifford of Los bases. Kessinger scored when Pittsburgh Herbal '..II)._2 1-2 and Gibbon 2-1) with three safeties in four at.,, 4.(Tenn Pete) 14-0 Boudreaux; 3. Sid(LSU Burklm) 14(Aub 5.)James 14-4

(L) ....723 3 2 1 7 2Eooart Karl Thompson rolled 505. Kathy Angeles the apparent leaders Auburn, the eastern division Fred Roberts forced Keyes at at Los Angeles (Koufax 2) and bats, and Buck Benton and Bill, Rutland (Ga 13-4. Ander,
... Florida (Brown.
(W) ... e I S S 4 2 Podres 0-1). 2 Mile Relay-1.
HBP: BurrS (by fcggu) 8._0 (bw Stuart had a 471 to top th Thursday until the. round ,was champion. got one. hit off Russell -second and Dennis Huffman singled Cincinnati (Maloney 2-4 and OToole Campbell both went two-for-, son Haley Rowe) 3:1S.1 Twin 2., Tennessee a.l1.JSo
Batu Belpcct. T. 2.23, I 3-1 and Tom JMS.7 3. Auburn 3:1aJj 4.
2-1) at Chicago Buhl
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III I IA I ( Roderick 'Injury May Affect Gators Auto ieruice Center



l :" O.*Ste*Sl app"*r*A to NacdsAt
r \ For he'll have a big bunch of Gators pulling for Diwvd-I:;Pdc.
:< They held a track meet far off in Compton, Calif., Friday sure,

I i rI ,'/ j, ,;' "., night and it might possibly have much to do with the final him all: the way.Gainesville .. SUYICIWItlU

:'Yi outcome of Florida's opening football game next fall'with friends of Frank Broyles, former Gator assisI I l l ..YOUSHor.. i isrcnr

'I II 4p Southern Methodist. tant football coach and now head mentor at Arkansas, will 1016.51 1

1 ,One of the competitors was John Roderick, the speed be interested to hear that Frank's son, Henry David, 14, is

: ; merchant from SMU. He turned up with an injured leg and recovering from injuries received in an automobile mishap

had to drop out of the relay races. which took the life of a companion Robert E. Bell, 15, of

l I Ir Fayetteville. Young Broyles was driving when the car strucka

\ That injury is important. You see, the Olympic trials are utility pole.

\ coming up in three or four weeks. If Roderick has not recovered

i sufficiently, his chances of being on the U. S. team Leon Hamilton, veteran Los Angeles Dodgers' baseball

( that journeys to Tokyo next fall are nil. scout from Jacksonville, said recently that there are several

.t., fine prospects in the Southeastern Conference that he Tins

I If he is healthy, he could land a berth either in the 100 seen this season. He listed Auburn's hard-hitting ,third base

I or 220-yard dash or as a member of a relay team. If this man, Jimmy Barfield, as one and fine-hitting, slick-fielding

were to materialize SMU football coach Hayden Fry alreadyhas center fielder Jimmy Adams of_Georgia Tech.

told Roderick that he has permission to go to Japan

even though it means passing up most, if not all, of the Hamilton also has his eye on a Gator or two but both

1964 football campaign. are underclassmen at present and may not be interestedin

I i II/ f'i signing for another season.
i L Roderick, who runs on SMU's 440 and 880-relay teams,
I !i ,j jI N X. in addition to the two dashes was both a football and Work to start soon on the south end addition to Florida lliii / 1

I I' track star in high school. In his senior year though, he Field. It will boQst seating capacity to 47,500 for next fall.

I > This means a typical overflow crowd, such as in recent
I passed up the grid sport to concentrate on track. It was asa
for Auburn and LSU might top the 50,000 mark.
J trackman that he came to SMU on a scholarship. years ,

It

I He the Fever
] Caught
I,
x Indians Take
i In the 'spring of his frosh year, he was cavorting on the

field with several buddies who were football players. He

J x r caught the fever again, decided he wanted another shot at a.

I: I i 5r First in ALDETROIT Y


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1 I r (AP) Cleveland bled leading off the fourth in

S.M.U. SPRINT STAR JOHN RODERICK took over sole possession of first! ning. But Kralick got the nexl L

I 1964 Olympic Games Or Football Season? place in the American League two batters on infield bounder a 1 k .

as Max Alvis and Woodie Held and,Norm Cash filed to center t et

hit solo homers, giving the In-! It was the seventh loss for th 1r
i ,
Budweiser dians a 2-1 victory over the De- ?
in nine decisionsthis
vs. Tigers one-run
troit Tigers Saturday. ,: .
t football and went out for the team. He has done right well Alvis' sixth-inning clout disrupted year. ;

since. a brilliant pitching duel CLEVELANDbrA. DETROIT

be underesti- between Detroit's Ed Rakow Howser u 4000 bi Wert 3b abrhbi 4010
Wings TuesdayFor His value to the fancy SMU attack can not
and Cleveland left-hander Jack Brown 2b 4010 Bruton If 400 0
mated. If he plays against the Gators, the UF coaches who Wagner 4010 Demeter cf 4010
p
Kralick. Whitfleld Ib 4020 Cash Ib 4000 YyM
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handle defense well may have to cover bun with two defenders Klndall Ib 0000 Lumpe 2b 4010
He's Held led off the seventh inning Fran on. rf 4 0 0 0 Thomas rf 411
everytime he sets out as a flanker. dangerous
Alvis 3b 4111 Freehan c 3010
: City Title But when it takes two defenders to cover one in football, with his eighth homer of the Azcua e 4020 Mcauliffe ss :3011
I Held cf 4111 Rakow p 1000
:.. there's a defensive weakness elsewhere for the opposition to season. Kralick p 4010 aWood 1000 0't
exploit. George Thomas tripled and Totals :3429 ? Totals 3021 61aGrounded

Gainesville Wings and, Bud- Owens. scored on a single by Dick Mo out for Rakow In 7th. rZ
023 And how important is Roderick to the talented Mustang Cleveland ............... 000 001 100-2
knotted for the Kanapaha 043 x-1514
Reiser City Auliff in the seventh for De-
.. Detroit ................... 000 OM 100-1 : i I
i League Softball lead with 6-1 Whitehouse 'and Myers; C i ush- grid squad of next fall? troit's only run. E-None. PO-A-Cleveland 27.13. Detroit I

records, will meet at 9 p.m. man and Kalch. 276. LOB-Cleveland 7, Detroit 5.
Kralick his third straight
Has Maneuverability won 2b-Demeter. 3b-Thomas. HRAlvis.Held. .
Fuesday with first place at S-Rakow.
without loss and lowered
Division II game a .
IP H R ER II SD Brand New, No Seconds
i stake.In Kralick. W, 3-0 .. 9 6 1 1 0
his earned to 1.13 5
encounters Calvary 210 01.410 2 Last week the six-foot, 170-pound back won both the 100 run average Rakow, t, 0-2 .... 7 0 2 2 0 7 Limited Quantities
two previous second best in the ........... Hurry
Parkview 543 2x-1415 3 Southwest Conference league. Egan 2 1 0 0 0 2
and dashes in the annual
each has won one. Either Bob- 220-yard I WP -Egan. U Hooochick, 'Runge,
Barnes or Bill McGee wi 11 Gibson and Purdy; Hutcheson, track meet. He did :9.3 in the 100, 21-flat in, the 220, arounda The Indians picked up six of Smith; ; Klnnamon. T-2:20. A6.166.Toney Nationally Advertised Brand
fcy their hits in the first three in-
and .
Campbell Abernathy.First curve. Both were new SWC records.
hurl for Budweiser against Lynn
I Meth. 05(11)( ) 110 x-18181 nings but could not score. Penna, a native of Na-

t Doverspike for Wings. Smith, Barber and J. Smith; Roderick was not a favorite in the 100-yard dash. A teammate The Tigers posted one serious ples, Italy, is regarded as one for
two teams still are unbeaten 2 fo$15
Only
Foster had that role. But Roderick who thriveson
Loggins and Newell, Kinzey. Billy of the nation's foremost
in softball races. Fulps scoring threat earlier in the designers 'SOx1STwb.Uu I lledc l
First Presby. 005 150 3-14 23 0 'I competition, won the race. 440 x 11 TvbTyp Black 600 x 1 a'ube""lIeele
Radiator is 5-0 in Division I of game when Don Demeter dou- of golf clubs. 670 x 1 S Tub.Typ Black 70 x IS T..h.-,y,.Whit
the Business League race al- Wesley 000 020 02 93 As a football player, Roderick is important for more than JOx II Tllb..T,,. Black 510 x 13 T,,b.-,,,. Black
Fletcher and A. Vidal D. Vi- 110 1& II TutoUl Slack
though it has; an early seas o n his sheer, blazing speed. He is maneuverable. In SMU'swin

game with Penn Chem to make dal; Yates and Sanchez.CITY over Navy last year, the only regular-season loss for for 2 for $22

up. First Methodist tops the LEAGUE the Middies, Roderick dashed to 145 yards on the ground, 70x 14 TuaaUts Black
760 x IS Twaa-Typa Bladt
f W L Pet. Corn rowers S 670 x UI"bel.lllleell:
Church loop with a 5-0 record, Gainesville Wings 6 1 ..837udweiser two breakaway touchdowns, several pass catches and gen- 710 x 15 Twa..Tyaa Block 650 x 13 TubaUis Black:
6 1 >57Guy SOx 1ST"b. ... WAIts .
I : also. Cleveland 1 .U3- erally bedeviled the men from Annapolis to distraction.In 3 0xl31ubtluBlak: S20xUTua. white

Business and Church loops Schlitz 1K3 590 x 13 Twb.!t..Black
I \ into THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE the Sun Bowl game with Oregon, Roderick caught two Jet Yiel" 2 for $24 4.0 x ISTubcUuWkitaBOOx
will cross over opposite Tuesday HigAe1 !
directions this week for games. weiser 7. Schlitz vs. Gainesville vs. Guy Wings.Cleveland; t. Bud- touchdown passes that paved the way for an SMU victory.Faces 710x 14 ITub.les TvH" >f Black Block: 2 for $2 7

These will not count in regular 7. -Guy Cleveland Thursday v S': Gainesville Awesome Threesome' 710 x IS Tnb.-Trpa White 760 x 1S Tuba-Typa WXIta
750 x 14 TufeUu White 13 Tvb.l.sa !
( 650 x Whit.
league standings. Wings; 9 Schlitz vs. Budweiser.
with Du Pont45NUROGEN1EMRESSTANT 670 x 1 S TubalcM White 600 x IS TMbUts Black
I In Friday's Church League BUSINESS LEAGUE UF coach and athletic director Ray Graves, when the 50 x 15 TvbaUM. Black 590 x 1 S Tuoalau Black
Saintst (Division 590 x 13 TuoaUu. WXMBIOx .
Latter I
games Day 1)w L Pet. school made a $1,000 donation to the Olympic fund, wryly
2 $29
downed North Central B a list !Gainesville Livestock 5 1 ..133I for
: p
Utility Department 4 2 .667 made the remark that he hoped it would be used "personally" 2 for$32
I
14 Tvb.i.sa Block
First beat Highlands -
19-7, Baptist x-Post Office 3 2 .600 NOGOEEw
-Haw-A-Tampa 3 2 .600 for SMU's Roderick if the latter won himself a placeon 7601& IS Tubclau BlockSoOxlSTna 760 x 15 TwbaUu Whho
in Division
15-6
i Presbyterian -' Publix 3 3 .500 the honor team that will compete in Tokyo next October. ) .... Whit. BSOxMTuoaUttWMto590x1STvbataiWtt
I.Division. CWA 33.500 .. BOOx14Tub l White Sunnyland Packing 1 5 .167 .IM"- 710 IS TwkcUu Wkila 600
x x IS TuoaloM White
II contests saw Park Road Prison 1 5 .167 Roderick faces the awesome task of trying to outdo Bob

view Baptist top Calvary Bap- THIS WEEK'S Tomorrow SCHEDULE Hayes of Florida A & M, Henry Carr of Arizona and Fred !

list 14-4 First Methodist outlasted 6:30. Sunny land vs. CWA; ,8, Post Newman of Fresno, probably the three fleetest sprinters in
Office vs. Utility Dept.; 9.30 Hav-A- 20 MONTH ROADHAZARD
Southside Baptist 1813 Tampa vs. Publix. Field No.1.Weclnesd the nation. It's no enviable task but he just might do it.Three .

i' ind First Prebyterian won from 6:30. Livestock vs. Methodist 132.Division unnyland vs. General Electric; *30. -rfu"-en'" Is*WgWy concentrated source of
I esley Smith Sinclair vs. Post Office Field supplemental nitrogen.This moans then I b!Isle
I No. 2. Thursday Home Runs CarryReds and tonnage labor.LEACHRESISTANT to. haul ton: nd tpnad avun time blowouts cuts impact
Central 012 047 8 breaks curb bruises. Prorated
Vorth <:30. Utility Dept. vs. Fulps; I, How-
I LDS 667 00- 19 19 ard's TV vs Road Prison; ':30. Publix. 'I on sale price not list.FREE .
vs. Sunland Training Center. Field No
Uixson and Sir awn; Yaun, 2. Past Cubs by 5-2 I
Saturday The nitrogen In"NuGrwiTU fixed to the sa3eartdes
:Groover and Hall. 4.30. Penn Chem vs. Livestock; t, chemically resisting leaching losses.
Sunnyland vs. Smith Sinclair; ,: General Thus more nitrogen to tvaBabl to fed plants as
First Baptist 024 004 2.1219 Electric vs. Post Office Field No. CHICAGO (AP) '- Bases- in the fifth. they need it raott SERVICESwith

j Highlands 000' 001 2- 3 5 2.i (DIVISION 11)w empty home runs by Johnny The Cubs scored in the firs .__u4 f\ each purchase
and Combs McCloud L PetxFulps
Powell
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Radiator S 0100C
on Jim Stewart's homer and free tire
ind Owens. Howard'sTV 4 1 .80C: die Coleman carried Cincinnati comes hi 0 trse-noW hot farm mounting!
x-Penn Chem 3 1 ,75 o tied the game 2-2 in the sixthas Which may be easily spread through an types of free tire rotation
xx-GainesvIlle Gas 3 26< I to a 5-2 victory over Chicago equipment...It can be broadcast prior to" plantIng
North Miami xx-Sunland Training Ctr 2 2 .SIX: Andre Rodgers doublet .IpFIedIt itiedruting tea. free flat repair
xx-General Electric 1 3 J5C Saturday. home, Ron Santo who had
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Medical Students 1 5 .16J] y
Smith Sinclair- 0 5.1)0(
xx- walked.
homer in.thei
Coleman's
t Dunediii X-dees not include tie game to bt: ,came ,
Cop -
r ,...,. made xx-does up later not In season.include last night i Reds' two-run eighth that sealed I The Reds pushed across an NO KECAPrABll EXCHANGE NEEDED

Titles: games., the triumph for Joe Nuxhall, unearned'run that broke the tie The Kilgore Seed CompanyDivision lull the old fires off yeut car regardless of caHaltia
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State THIS WEEK'S SCH-EDULE: in the seventh. Nuxhall reached
his third in five decisions.
) Tomorrow of Asgrow Seed Company
'-M General Electric vs. Medlca' first on Stewart's bobble wentto
Students; a, 'Smith Sinclair vs. Fulp:: Frank Robinson singled i. _stole 46-1:41 ,
third Phone
Skinner's
3y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i Radiator; 9. Gainesville Gas vs:. Sun. on single and Alachua 441 South
second went to third on a' sacrifice -
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land. Field N& 2 scored on an infield out
North Miami is the new'Clas.IA .I' Wednesday J
Penn Chem Howard TV and scored on Edwards'
basebal l vs. I
school 62A 1
Florida High .. Med Students: 9:30. Gaines f.
jhampion. It won the title .Fri-! vine/Gas 'Vs. Hav-A-Tampa' Field No.I single for the other run.

lay night with an extra-inning, I 1'-4.30., .Utility. Dept.Thursday vs. Fulps; I, Howard Edwards homered in' the Will The Brunette ..

;54 victory over West Palm vs.'Sunland s TV vs.Field Road No.Prison 2.Saturday. ':JO. Publix fourth while Skinner connected OUR OWN PRINCETONMUFFLERS
3each Forest Hills at Sarasota. CINCINNATI CHICAGO %
Dunedin the Class A title ':30. Penn Chem vs. Livestock) >. abrhbi- abrhbi
won Sunnyland vs. Smith Sinclair; 9:30. GE Rose 2b 5000 Stewart 2b 3111
with a 2-1 victory over Pensala vs. Post Office. Field No. 2. Skinner If 5131: Brock rf 3010 1 I Who Admired l ,
Pinson cf 4011 aBurke 1000
Tate at Palatka. CHURCH LEAGUE Coleman Ib 4131 Burton rf 0000 I
(Division I) Johnson Ib 0000 Williams If 4010
Robert Webb scored the winning W L' PC Robinson rf 4 1 1 0 Santo 3b 3110
for North Miami when Latter Day Saints 4 1 .800 Cardenas u 3 0 0 0 Banks Ib 4000 I $L88 988 t
run Highlands Presbyterian 3 2 .600 Edwards c 4131: Rodgers ss 4021 r +
le singled in the eighth, went to First Baptist 3 2 .400 Boros 3b 4010 Bertell c 4010 i l Slat 1
Kanapaha Presbyterian 3 2 .600 Ngxhall p 4100 Cowan cf 4010 My 'Kingsridge' SportcoatAt
hird on a single by David Har- North Central Baptist 2, 3 .400 Hobbie p' 1000 1 CUtvrattt' Pwitf is
scored when David Grace Presbyterian 0 5 '.000 McDaniel p 1 0 0 0 I 1950-1362 1H9-19S9 \
and
ington Spring p 0000,I .
and THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Totals 37 511 5 Totals 32 2 1-2 s fordPontiac-
relieve
fates came in to Friday Grounded out for Brock In 8th. 194M9S3 mS-1957

brew the ball away. The game (Division II) I Cincinnati ...... ..... too ill.1MJChicago The Club I .Valiant ford-
30. First "- 1960-1982 1954-1UQ
innings .. North Baptist vs. Southside Baptist ..........._...... 100 001 100-2 Tuesday .
ras scheduled for seven ; Central vs. Calvary; 930. I Lancft'Otdsmobi- i
Highlands vs. First Methodist Field NO.1 E-Stewart. POA-CIncinnatl 27-11. 00-I 1I61.ne 1t54-1SiQ
both its
Dunedin scored runs 2. I cago 27-12. DP-Rose. Cardenas and Coleman Duals slllht7J hIllier !
Demeritte and W L PC. ; Santo Stewart and Banks. LOB- *
m errors. Jim First Methodist 5 41 jjoo Cincinnati 6. Chicago 6-
Ii Davis crossed the plate. Parkview Baptist 4) JOO JB-Santo. Edwards Williams, Rodgers. Please Advise
Southslde Baptist .
2 3400 Cowan. HR-Stewart Edwards. Skinner -
rim Davis crossed the plate. Wesley Methodist 23.* Coleman. SB-Robinson. S Car*
First Presbyterian 2 3 .400 denas. 1 -
fate's run scored in the sixth Calvary Baptist 0 S .000 IP H R ER 1150 A EXCLUSIVE PRINCETON 1
NuxhalU W. 3-2' I 2 2 3 A
hen shortstop Bill Cunningham THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Hobble. L 0-1 .... 1-2' 3 2 0 3; i
ingled Wallace Arnold home. Friday McDaniel...... 1 2 ,2 2 1 0 : If She's 1 SHOCK ABSORBERS
:30.. Kanapaha Presbyterian vs. Wesley Spring 12-31 0 0 0 0 1 .u Busy
Leonard Sullivan hurled a .; LDS vs. Parkview. ; 9:30. Grace U-Crawford.-Vargo. Formarv Jackow- ;; i
t* First Pies>vt erian Field No 1. ski T-?:78. A-10asa.
!wo-hitter as Avon Park slam

i ned Boca Raton 9-0 Friday II II! 2f0788r
NORMAN SLOAN I
,I light at Avon Park in the Class I *,v: On Sunday? :

I, championship game. i '
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e + By DALE BURGESS them It was. and set a one-lap record of In 'the front row will be a Alongside Jones In the secon

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) JIm- It was a great day for Ford's 159.377 for the field to shoot at new raar engine Watson-Ford row will be A. J. Foyt, Houstot I

$ my Clark of Scotland capturedthe new special racing engines and in three remaining qualificationdays. driven by Rodger Ward of In- Tex., former 500 winner and d( t I

L T s sY pole position for the Indian- British car-builder Colin Chap- dianapolis, twice winner of the fending U.S. Auto Club chair: ;1

apolis 500-mile auto race Me- man. Bobby Marshman,. Potts- Sixteen drivers qualified cars, race. Ward qualified at 1564. pion, and Dan Gurney, Cost t

morial Day in record-shattering town, Pa., earned the No. 2 filling almost half of the 33-car Marshman's speed was 157.9. Mesa, Calif., Clark's teammat _

competition Saturday with starting position in another Lo starting field, and 15 of them Burned Piston on the Lotus-Ford team. Bit .

America's greatest drivers. tusFord.Boosted bettered the 1963 10-mile time Jones burned a piston on his did over 154.

? ; a w The world road-racing cham- Record trials record of 151.1 by race first qualifying attempt, came Nine of Saturday's 16 quail !:

t. pion drove a Lotus-Ford painted Clark, second in the 500 last winner Parnelli Jones, Torrance back with a practice engine and ers had engines in the rear, fiw i,

green-a color that American year, boosted the qualifying Calif. qualified for the second row at of them Fords. The improve! _

N racers consider unlucky, and forDavenport record to 158.828 miles an hour I 155.1. His front-engine Ofenhau-. four-cylinder American off ,
x Police estimated the crowd at I
ser is the same car he drove to powered 11 qualifiers. The 1
: L more than 250,000. The throng I
victory last year. qualifiers averaged 153.664.
poured into the 400-acre Indianapolis -
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Motor Speedway grounds I

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>' ., FRANCISCO (AP-Jim ing, his 12-game winning streak h LY a,'

Davenport, hitless in six previous intact. The Mets, however, INDIANAPOLIS AP) "';' The tentative
starting line-up for the Indianapolis 500-
-- trips to the plate, socked a broke his scoreless inning stringat mile Memorial Day race as determinedby

two-out, two-run homer in the 28 with three runs in the to be qualifications filled In remaining Saturday with three 17 days places of F i

Bowling League Champions 15th inning Saturday, bringingSan fourth. time trials:
First Raw
Francisco a 6-4 victory over Joe Christopher and Smith Jimmy Clark. Duns. Scotland. Lotus- :
The Coca-Cola team, above, took the University City Women's League title the New York Mets. each singled in a run while an- Ford, qualifying speed 158828 miles per I

for 1964. From left are Mary Culbreath, Bette Sprow, Gerry Guenther, Irene Davenport hit the homer over other scored on Jose Pagan'sNEW hour Firebird; Bobby Lotus-Ford.Marshman 1S7.M7 Pottstown Rodger Pa., $ .a >

Kirby and Charlotte McElwain. Below, are individual winners. From left are the left-center field fence off Ward.Watson-Ford Indianapolis., 1M406. Kaiser Aluminum II

Betty Wood, most improve bowler; Mae Hill, high series with handicap; :Mrs. Glen Cisco after Tom Haller YORK brhbi SAN FRANCISCO brhbi Second Raw S -?' S _pe

Sprow, high league average; and Alice Resch, high single game scratch and singled with two out. Cisco Smith p U 0000 7010 dSnlder Hart 3b 2100 1000 I(.Pamelll Jones Offenhauser Torrance., 155.099 Calif.;,A 10131.nla"Bowes J.- ( t;

with handicap. Gwen Dulaney, who rolled high scratch series, was not present The victory halted the Giants' Kanehl 2b 7110 Shaw p 0000 Foyt. Houston. Texas Sheraton-Thompson F" wMF 'i
Gonder c 5030 fKuenn 1010 Watson-OHenhauser 154672 Dan Cur- xY 1
when the picture was taken. (Sun photos by Tommy Lewis). three-game losing streak and eJackson 0000 Bolin pO. 0 fey Costa Mesa Calif.,; Lotus-Ford i

.____ '.., __.._. ..... .. the Mets' Can'zaro e 2010 Peterson 1000 154.427.
,.4.o as !WJn "' '''J'' three-game winning Harkness ib 71 0 0 Perry p 0000 Third Row What more could a guy ask for. .
7 0
j streak. Ciirrpher cf 21 M.Alou rf 2000
9 Hickman rf' 1 0 bJ>kx rf 4000 Lloyd Ruby, Wichita Falls Texas For-
A
1 Willie Mays sent the game into McMillan ss 6 1 I. Mays cf: 7221 bes Special: Offenhauser., 153.932; Len Sut- That's why everyone's becoming a Vespa owner.
ton. Portland Ore. Bryant Special Of.
CSmitti 3b 5031 McCovey If 6121
fenhauser 153813; Don Branson, Champaign Under that sleek, stylish body is a transmission
extra innings, hitting his 14th Hinsley p 1000 Cepeda Ib 4021
1 : Taylor 1000 Haller c 6 1 1 0 111. Leader Walson-Otfenhauser. system guaranteed for life! Qnjy Vespa, the world's
home run over the right field 152.472.
Locke po. 0 D'venp't 5-3b7 112
best and best selling motorscooter dares.. Now six
fence off Mets' reliever Larry Sturdivant p 1 0 0 0 Pagan ss 5010 Fourth Rew ,
f 4e. cHunt 1011 Marichal p 3 0 0 0 Walt Hansgen 'Bedminster, N.J... MG ,models; choose from priced from an unbelievably
1 g Bearnarth with two out in the Beamarth p 0 0 000 Hiller 2b 2000 n Hutfaker-Offenhauser, 152.581; Jim Hurtu-- *
gAltman 1000 blse. North Tonaanda N.Y "Tombstone low $269.
ninth.. Mays was 2 for 7, and Wakefield pO 0 0 0 Life Hurtubise-otfenhauser. 152-542* ; Dick

.1 a his average dropped nine .hSfph'sli.. .If 0000 Rathmann. Roselle III. Chapman Wat- STREITS
H s"a .Totals 57.414 3 Totals 53 III S son-Offenhauser, 151.MO. : :
points to .422. a-Filed out for Kinsley In 4th. It- .
Walked for M. Alou in 4th Doubled Fifth Row .It, ,
9E ze The Mets had gone ahead 4-3 for Sturdivant in 9th; d-Grounded out for Kusma-Offenhauser Johnny Boyd, Fresno., Calif., Vita-Fresh '
Hart in 9th" e-Ran for Gonder In 10th. 151.1351 Dave Mac.I I
; ; BICYCLE SHOP
in their half of the ninth on singles f-Singled for Shaw in 11th; g-Grounded Donald Riverside Calif., Sears-T: >3T>pon
out for Bearnarth In 12th; h-Walked fHWakcfleld Ford 151464; John Rutherford, Fort
McMillan and
by Roy Worth Texas
; Racing Associated Offenhauser -
in 14th; I-F lied out for Bolinin
Charlie Smith and a pinch dou- 14th.New .. 151.400. 615 Wen s.t University Ave Ph. FR 5-7761 .

ble by Ron Hunt York .........000 300 Mi eoo 000-4 Ronnie Duman Sixth Dearborn Row Mich. Ful- 1 : I
fix, r wk a 1 ; i',. 1. San Francisco .....201 OM 001 000 002-4 bright-Paul Offenhauser 149.744. _" -. -' ,_ __ ,
A HhQRLfF Juan Marichal the Giants'starter
I x 4 E-McMillan, Pagan. Hart. PO-A-New
left after the ninth in- York 44-22 (two out when winning run .
II a( scored). San Francisco 4521. OP-Hart.
Davenport ad Cepeda; Davenport. Hiller TABLE TENNIS-"Ping Pong"
I 4'r and Cepeda; McMillan Kanehl and Har-
knesj 2. LOB-New ,York 10, San Francisco -
tio Orioles Top 1L2BGonder TABLE TENNIS TABLES Brinktun -
D. Smith McCovey, Hunt. By :
'" B-Mays. McCovey. HR-Mays. Daven
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S e y, Angels 5-1 Hinsley SMarichal.IP.......,.3 H 3 R 3 ER 3 BB 1 SO 4 1 PLYBLEND TOPS -3/16"-3/s'-/z" 3A" YOUR CHOICE ":.

Locke ........... 23 1 0 0 2 1
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Bearnarth ......3 2 1 1 2 01 I
:. i Wakefield .......2 o. 0 1 O.. Nets Posts Bails
> I.fit n o4Sr On HomersBALTIMORE Cisco. U 1.3 ......, 2-3 2 2 2 0 1
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/ Bolin ...........3 1 0 0 2 0 JIMMIE HUGHES SPORTING GOODS
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Perry W 20. .1 000 0 0 0
::4 S Robinson and Boog Powell each WP-Kinsley. PB-Gonder. U-Donate I-. 1113 UNIVERSITY AVE. PH. FR 2-8212 ___
n. Landes $Sterner Barlick. T-4:12.A
singled across a run and hit a -12.172.

___ home run S; urQnighi, leading

G Baltimore to a 5-1 triumphover I

the Los Angeles Angels.

< First Games Tomorrow Robinson drove in Norm Sie- HOT HOT HOT

bern, who had doubled, and

'. scored on Powell's single in theworun -
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sixth that the Ori- *
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Midget League Powell hit backtobackhome CAR SALES DEALS

runs in the eighth off re-

Night Game
LOS ANGELES BALTIMORE
.brhbi brhbl : AS LOW AS-
Pearson cf 4010 Snyder cf 3010
Moran 3b 2100 Aparicto: ss 3010
Fregosl ss 4 0 2 Johnson 2t> 4000
Season
to Open Adcock Ib 3000 Siebern 1t 4110
Rodgers c 3001 Robinson 3b 4 2 2 2
Thomas rf 4000 Powell If 4132
Knoop 2b 4000 Kirkland rf 41 2 0 S
Piersall If. 1000 Orslno c 4000 $1796
bKirkp'fk If 2 01 0 Barber p 1001 0
Midget League baseball debuts Chuck Payne; First National Jesse Condo; Shopping Center, Newman p 1000 aGaines 1011

in Gainesville tomorrow Bank, Chesley Hall; UniversityCity Richard Melton; Kirkpatrick & cSatrlano D.Lee p 0000 0000 eSaverlne Hall p 0000 0000

with play to start in five loops. Kiwanis, 0. C. Hayes; Fire Pierson, Mack Casey. dSimpson Latman p 0000 0000 Miller Totals p 33 1000 S It S L\\ AFTER $199 DOWN

Carol Lanous, Recreation Department -Department, G. M. Davis. Citizens Bank, Charles Rogers Totals 20141 FOR
a-Singled for Barber In 5th; b-Doubled x.
aide, said teams will National League ;. First Federal Savings, for Piersall in 7th; c-Walked for

compete in the Western, National -! Moose, Howard Reilly; Ches- Lonzo Shepard; Johnson & Faris 7th D. Lee e-walked In 7th; for d-Ran Hall for In 7th.Les Satrlano. in A

I Bass Lixons N. C. North Central Angeles ..............100 000 MO-1 LIMITEDTIME
Rebel and nut's Ryals
American, Morgan ; ; Baltimore .................000 Oil 02X-4
Dixie circuits. Bob Esser and Bud Crosby; Baptist, Malcolm Sheffield.The E-Moran, Fregost. PO-A-Los Angeles

There are four teams in all Carlos Hope, Jim Bishop. Western League will josi 24-14,and Baltimore Adcock;27-1 Aparlcio*. OP,-Johnson Knoop, Fre-and ONLYPLYMOUTH

leagues except the Western Hughes Supply, Maurice play at Littlewood field, National iiebern; Siebern. Aparlcio and Siebern.
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Baltimore 7.
LOP-Los Angeles 7.
I t which has five, making a totalof Boyd; Gainesville Building at Kirby Smith, Americanat LOB-Los Angeles 7, Baltimore 7. .

21 teams. Trades, Robert Strack; Bap-- Finley, Rebel at City Park 2ft,-Siebern Powell., Kirkpatrick.$Baverlne.Moran.HR Robinson r 5 'FYy,

Here is the breakdown of tist D.O.W., Darrell Muck; Uni- on Monday and Wednesday and Snyder.
If H R ER II SO 'LY.
1 teams and coaches: versity City Lions, Arnold Finn. at Metcalfe on Tuesday and Newman L. 2.2 ...5 2.3 8 3 3 0 2 p .
D. Lee ....3.... 1.3 0 0 0 0 0
1 ,Western League Rebel League Thursday, and Dixie League at Latman .........2 2 Z 2 Z 1
t Sudden Service Oil, Ed Life Underwriters, Red Du Stephen Foster and Sidney' La- Barber .........5 2 1 1 S 4 .
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Hall. W. 24)) .... .2 1. 0 1 I
Adams; Plumbers Union, laney; Florida Pest Control, nier. All games will start at Miller ..........2 1. II 0 I
u-Hurley, Flaherty. Carrisin Haller.
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Trainer, Dog Bond Drives in Three




Turn to RightEditor's As Colts Top Phillies 4.


HOUSTON (AP-Walt Bond Night Cam
PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON
( Note: This is the Club. This week's lesson Is I drove in three runs Saturday abrbbi abrkM
2b 4010 Kasko U 3110
fourth in a series of lessonson the RIGHT ABOUT TURN.) i night as Houston stopped the Allen Taylor 3b>> 21 10 Fox 2b 2000

dog training by Harry The right- about turn is made I Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 and Covington Calllson rf If 4 4010 1 2 i Spangler Bond rf H 4221 3023

Hatcher, instructor of Alachua by both the trainer and the dog I knocked them out of first place Heroism Ib 41 2 0 Wynn cf 4010 2 Y?' i3 9 3
Gonzalez cf 4 0 1 1 Aspro'nte 3b 4110
County German Shepherd Dog turning to the right and going in the National League. Dalrymple C 3 01 1 Staub Ib 3010

in the opposite direction. The The Phillies dropped one-half Wine beater u 3000 lOOOGrettc Farrell p 32110] PM

dog is kept on the outside. game behind San Francisco, Gulp p 2000 Woodesh'K: p 1011
Roebuck 0000
Ken Boyer, which edged the New York Green pOD.p 0
The trainer takes a small step aRolas 1000
Mets 64 in 15 innings.
Javier PaceST. backward with his right foot as Bond knocked across two runs Baldschun Tetais pOOOO 32 l S 3 Tetita 21114
Grounded out for Green to 7th b-
he around and for-
pivots steps in the fifth with a single after Hit Into double play for Dalrymple in
ward with the left foot. He
gives Farrell had singled, advancedto Philadelphia ............ 11' 001 ..,-3
LOUIS (AP-Ken Boyer the leash a jerk after he makes second on a sacrifice and Houston ................. 001 *J* MX-4

and Julian Javier each drove in. the turn. The dog is caught up went to third as Al Spangler sin- Houston E-Allen.2713.PO-A-PhlladelpMa OP-Taylor, Wine 24-10 and
short and looks around to find Hermsteln) ; Fox and Kasko; Kasko. Fox
two runs as St. Louis handed gled and took second on a and Staub. LOB-Philadelphia 4. Houston -
the trainer in the
going
opposite 5.2B
its fourth straight throw to the plate. -Herrnstein. 38-D.lrymple. Spangler. -
Milwaukee direction.All s-Fox. KlSko. -Bond.ER A short time ago, Plymouth beat Ford and Right now, your Plymouth Dealer Is making
65. IP tB SO
defeat Saturday, turns the right-an g I e Culp. L. VI "". 42-3' 4 2 2 2 hevrolet in 9 out of 10 tests Raceway Park in red-hot deals on the same red-hot car...
Golfer Frank Stranahan, win- Roebuck ...... 1-31 f .
ST. LOUIS abrhbi MILWAUKEE alt r II III turn, the left angle turn, the of the 1958 Los Angeles Baldschun ....... 2 1 0 .1 Indianapolis. These tests covered performance, Plymouth! If you'd like to own a get-up-and-go
ner W, 5-1.h 81-3 1 ;3 3 2
Clemens Flood cf It 4020 3110 Alou Carty cf If 4000 4011 right about turn, the left-U- Open, was an Air Force bomber Woodeshlck FarreU Weytr., 24', Conlan. .Harvey.T2:1tL 0. braking and gas economy. In other words, "things car and get a terrific deal at the same time, head '
U-Venzon.
bWarwick .If 1 1 1 0 Aaron rf 4110 turn, and the left- about turn for Plymouth Dealer'slt !
10-11..331. for"l
Groat ss 5010 4242Otiver Torre e ib '4010 3011 should be made in a military! oilot. you buy a car your ..

Long Boyer ID 30>> 5120 cGab'bn: Ib 1010 manner. This will keep the dog FOR THE BEST BARGAINS IN FISHING TACKLE l \ Plywood's reqnest. Nationwide Consumer Testing Insfitete bocgftt the comparably equipped Y4s directly from dealer showrooms: hired the
White Ib 0000 delaHoz 3b 4 1 t 0 attention and guard for Charlie"In invert supplied the officials made tt e rates and supervised the eafcre competition. See your Plymouth Dealer for details of "Test Track, U. S.frS ."
McCarver e 4 1 0 1 Menke u 3112 at on "Check With

Javier Lewis rf 2b>> 3019 4000 Boiling Sadowskl 2b p 4 1 220 0 0 1 sudden changes of direction.If I II The Heart of East Gainesville Phone FR 2-1791 :
TRACK
DRIVE THE TEST CHAMP
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sadeckl p 4000 aMaye 1010 THIS W.EEK GET A TEST :
Taylor p 0000 Lemaster p .000 at any time the dog walks
OMathews 1000 1
Smith p 0000 behind the trainer, or if He cuts'i ZEBCO REELFOR i

Totals 37 4 121 Tlefen'er Telals p 34 0000 S t SJingled in on the trainer's right side, a !
for Sadowskl in 6th; b Ran- quick but careful kick backwardwith i HAWES-POWERS MOTOR CO.;
Sacrificed for c-
tor Oliver In 7th, d-SStruck60ut. for La- the right foot is the correc-
master In tth.IMOwaukM .
.._...........Ml lOt 11s.- tion. 1/2 Price
St. LoWS ................001 030 11*- ,I The trainer should alternate a If I ', Plymouth Chrysler Imperial Valiant and Simca

E-Groat. O/l"er. Menke. POA-MM- normal walk with slow walk ,.- '
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26- 00Flood-,WarwIck.'! HR-Menke.Long. Boiling$8a"ler. other, making sudden stops after No. 404. $397 ,
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Smith .......s.... 1.3 3 1 1 1 0Tlefenauer to the trainer's side with the, tiI
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quickly slowly the trainer
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t | By GLENN STOKES then used to stuff the fish. The the amount of time required to

I Son Outdoor Editor cut on the undisplayed-side is mount an individual bass. They

| CRESCENT CITY Last drawn tight 'with thread and 'reluctantly gave me an estimate -

week I stopped off at Morris the fins are pinned to a drying of five to six hours. They

I Stephenson and Son's taxider- board. pointed out that this is difficultto

my shop (Bass Capital Taxi. The fish is left to dry at determine since they prepare -

dermist) two miles north of them in mass that is,
room temperature for a periodof
[here and took a tour of the four to six weeks. The lengthof several at a time. ,

: 4 $ i amazing operation. time required for i drying depends Florida's bass fishermen keep

;, It went something like this: the Stephensons plenty busy.
> the
upon temperature -
:i !_ First I saw their museum the lower the temperature, the They now have over 80 bass

T !:which houses several hundred the drying five of these went up-
longer drying time.
; ;, stuffed animals and mounted wards of 15 pounds. *"

|:fishes. The animals range from The bass is painted both with Last year they mounted over

i: cape buffalos of Africa to native hand brushes and an air brush. 300 bass the majority of these

t h. small game species. The fishes %Vhen the paints dry, a finishing were over 8 pounds. And who

i' run the gamut of native freshwater plastic is applied as a pro says Florida doesn't have big

I species to salt water tective coat. The bass. is then bass and plenty of them. The

1 S ; ::4 __ .species. ready for the board. Jason Lucases should take

|: Preparation Room, I asked the Stephensons about notice. -
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: |ration room. In it were approxi- I

::1 mately 80 lunker (over 8 Friday AL BoxesLOS

pounds) bass, 15 to 20 bream of

1 I and several sets ANGELES BALTIMORE
several species
cii abrhbi abrhbi Night Game
1y of deer antlers. I Pearson cf 3000 Brandt cf 4110 CLEYI. LAND DETROIT
Moran 3b 4 0 0 Aparicio ss 3221 abrhbi abrhbi
__ : Morris and his son, Jack, Fregosl ss 4110 Johnson b2 4113 Howser 5220 McAuliffe 4 0 0 0
showed how bass is Thomas rf 4001 Siebem lb 4131 L.Brown 2b 5012 Bruton cf' 5220
me a Rodgers c 4000 Robinson 3b 4 0 1 1 Wagner If 1101 G.Brown If 4010
mounted. I will recount the Adcock Ib 2010 Powell If 2020 Romano I000Cash Ib 4112
aDees Ib 1000 Snyder If 2000 Whitfield Ib 4 1 3 0 Lumpe 2b 4332
steps from receiving the Klrkpaf If 2000 Kirkland rf 4 0 0 0 Klndall Ib 1111 Horton rf 4000
i-' mounting Knoop 2b 3010 Orsino c 4121 Francona rf 5 1 1 0 Freehan c 5012
bass to
freshly-caught Chance p 1010 nuk er p 40 0 B 0 Alvis 3b 3211 Wert 3b 5020
it on the board. bSatriano 1000 Bunker p ,4000 Held cf 5232 Wick'sham p 3 0 0 0
Osinski p 0000 Ramos p 0000 Sherry p 0000
4 First the bass is placed on a Duliba p 0000 aLuplow loa cKaline 0000
Totals 29 1 4 1 Totals 35 412 IRan
McMahon l000dWood 0000
sheet of plastic film, which has for Adcock In 7th. bPoppedout Bell p p 0000 Navarro p 0000
loose for Chance in 7th. bChance 1112
been spread over a box of
Los Angeles ............... 000 001 000-1 Abernathy p 2 0 0 0
sand. The pliable bass is then Baltimore ..........h... 200 000 31 x-4 I Slebert p 0000 -
Totals 38 1013 9 Totals 38 < III
: positioned so as to display its E-Thomas. PO-A-Los Angeles 24-16, a-Struck out for Ramos in 2nd; ; b-
Baltimore 27-10. DP-Aparicio. Johnsorand I Homered for Bell In
7th c-Walked for
: features best. Siebern; Knoop, Fregosl and Adcock. c v.:...."...,. I.on. w.Itth.... _.L.D."'v... i.w.,.;, It'"w..H...... .I.... v..th...
LOB Los Angeles 5, Baltimore 6.
._ .| Mold Made 2B-Siebern.- Adcock Apariclo. 3B-Fregosi Cleveland .. .. ... .. .. .. 039 ON :321-10
- ,- ..'I A mold of plaster of paris is Johnson. HR-Aparicio, Orsino. S-I Detroit ......-. .. .. ... 300 001 101- I

then made of the (left) Chance. E-Alvis.. Wickersham. Sherry. PO-A-
upper IP H R ER BB SO
AS BRAVES' SHORTSTOP TaxidermistAt side is Chance. L. 2-1 ... 6 I 2 2 a 2.. Cleveland 27-15. Detroit 27-10. DP-
surface only one prepared Lume McAuliffe and Cash. LOBCleveland -
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Osinskl .. ... 2-3 3 3 3 1 I' ,
for display. No two moldsare Duliba .......... 11-31 1 1 0 1 8 Detroit, 11.
2B-Howser L. Brown. Lumpe. HR
Bunker W. 3-0 ... t 4 1 1 3 2 -
I ) alike; each bass has its distinctive U-Carrigan. Hailer Hurley Flaherty. Chance. Kindall, Held Cash, Lumpe.

.t Work features. its own signature -T-2:09. Second Game SF-Wagner. IP H R ERBBSO
I Ramos ......... 1 2 3 3 1 0
Menke Finally Stationed so to. speak. LOS ANGELES abrhbi BALTIMORE abrhbi McMahon ...... 4 1 0 0 2 4

Morris Stephenson (above) The fish is then skinned. A Pearson 5000 Brandt cf 522 Abernathy Bell. W, 2.1 ..OW'..".. 23-34 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 1 0 1

demonstrates his skills of slit is made down the middleof Moran Dees Ib 3b 4010 4000 Johnson Aparicio 2b ss 5220 400 Siebert ......... 1-30000
xW'kersham. L. 4-3 6 I 6 5 2 0
taxidermy, going throughthe its undisplayed-side from Thomas Satriano rf c 3030 2000 Siebem Robinson Ib 3b 422 5 2 2 0 3 Sherry .........2 3 2 2 3 3

Sfoui tnrk wimt1J broken-bat blooper that dropped over the shortstop's head different phases of pre- gill covers to tail. Klrkpatr'k 1f2 0 1 0 Snyder If 200 0 Navarro x-Faced 3.. .men.. .. In 1 7th.2 2 2 0 0

for my first major league hit. The other was my first home serving a bass. At top left Stephenson said, "The main Knoop Kappe 2b ss 4020 4010 bBowens Kirkland If rf 200 3 1 1 0 2 HBP-By Wickersham (Alvis). PB -

By ARTHUR DALEY run. It was real fancy. It was a grand slam. Would you be- he prepares the mold, next trouble in skinning out bass is emithp R. Lee p 1000 1000 Brown Pappas c p 322Duliba 4112 1 Runge.Romano.Smith.U -T-3:13.Klnnamon A16.768.Night Henochick. ,

NEW YORK The request was such a routine one that lieve it? We lost that game, 5 to 4. he skins .the fish and then knowing where everything is." p 0000 Game

Denis Menke was embarrassed because he felt impelled to "By the time everyone had finished tinkering with my shows the fleshed out skin And this he knows, I assure Osinski cTorres p 1000 0000 KANSAS CITY NEW YORK

batting style they took movies. I couldn't believe swing.It watched him skin a 10- dRodgers 1000 abrhbi abrhbi
refuse. This was in September 1962, when the Milwaukee my ready for tanning. At bottom you. I Totals 31 0 I' Totals 371 121 Causey ss 6120 Llnz ss 5000

Braves brought back Menke from the minors for another was a hopeless hodgepodge. So when I returned to the left, the fish is stuffed pounder. a-Flied out for R. Lee In 5th; b- Mathews cf 6 2 2 2 Rich'son 2b 4010
Walked for Snyder In 5th; c-Struck out Charles 2b 3211 Marls rf 4020
m and more searching look. Considering the fact that they had minors after two and a half months, I decided to forget and positioned for drying.In Stephenson uses only a sharp for Duliba h .7th; d-Struck out for, Osin Gentile Ib 5010 Mantle cf 2000
about the hitch and do what came naturally. That's whenI to ski In 9th. Colavito rf 3 1 2 cMove Ib 1000
and clippers
the $125,000 bonus their shortstop of the knife garden
as
a
paid young man the middle at bottom is bPena 0100 Lopez If 4020
Los Angeles .............. 000 000000-0
future, they could not be casual in their appraisal. The kid learned that no one cares how you hit as long as you hit. the "other (unseen) side" skin and flesh-out the bass. The Baltimore ... .........,.. 000 I J3x-1 Jim'n'z Edwards If-rf C 2012 4110 Howard Pepit'e Ibod"c 4010 1

was n() ordinary rookie. He was gold-plated. Hit by Pitcher following drying. Finally at clippers are used as bone cut- E-Koppe 2. Moran. PO-A-Los Angeles Tartabull If 0000 Boyer 3b 4010
Lau 2000Terry 1000
I 24* Baltimore 2711. DP-Slebern and c p
"Menke," said Birdie Tebbetts, then the Braves' manager, bottom right, the finishing I ters. Aparicio; Aparicio Johnson and Siebern. aAlusik If-rf 1 1 0 1 Daley p 0000Gren
When Menke returned the close of the 1962
near season, Tan Skin LOB-Los Angeles. 1. Baltimore 6. 2b 5132 dGonzalez 1000
t "I'm starting you at shortstop today. he was back for keeps. The day after he was given extra touches are put on with an I 2B-Siebern. Pappas Robinson. HR- Segul p 41 1 Mikkelsen p 0 00 0
? "I'm sorry," said the boy.. "I haven't played short in a air brush.Sun I The fleshed skin and head Brandt. SB-Aparicio. SF-Johnson. Meyer 0 0eSII'IIch'd
Tebbetts he moved into that and 1010
shortstop practice by spot IP H R ER aa SO
long time and I'll need an extra day of practice to work I II are placed in 'a Borax-formal R.Lee.L,1-1.4 5 6 0 1 2 Totals 41111411 Totals :35 I f 0s
out Charlie Dressen has been using me as a first celebrated with a double and a single off Don Drysdale. ( Photos by TcKimy Lewis) dehyde solution over night. This Smith ........... 12-31 0 0 1 3 Walked for Lau In 6th b-Ran for
my arm. Large Donald then paid him the supreme tribute. He hit Duliba ........... 1-3 0 0 a 0 0 Colavito In 6th; c-Ran for Mantle In
baseman at Toronto." I is to tan the skin. Osinskl w..2 I 6 I 1 3 6th; d-Fouled out for Daley in 7th
him with a pitched ball. back in the Pappas W, 2-2 9 I 0 0 4 5 e-Slngled for Meyer in 9th. '
Now that Roy .McMillan has been traded by the Bravesto The skin is put HBP-By Pappas (Kirkpatrick); ByI .... .. ... ast-lt
Under Bragan the next year he was the versatility kid. Kansas City .. 010 005
the Mets, the delayed Menke dynasty at shortstop has .1 mold and the body is built to I Osinski (Pappas). WP-R. Lee. PB- New York .........!... .. 110O 000 000- .
Car-
Brown. U-Haller. Hurley, Flaherty
He took overshort when McMillan was hurt. Then he was
finally begun. It's about time. Last year the powerfully built GymkhanaSet conform to it. Papier mache is- rigan. T-2:57. A-15.392. E-Linz. Lopez. PO-A-Kansas City 27.U .
stationed at third and Eddie Mathews shifted to the outfield. New York 27-7. DP-Boyer. Richardson -
23-year-old displayed remarkable versatility as a handyman and Pepitone; Gentile, Causey and
He played second first and the outfield himself. By last
Gentile. LOB-Kansas City 9. New York
because he performed at first, second, short, third and left March e' had so indicated his readiness that brash Bobby TodayThe NL BoxesNight "
field. He showed high competence at each. Friday 2B-Mathews. Green. HR-Colavlt.
made a flat statement. .. IP H R ER BI $Q

Best First"I "I don't know where Menke will he said. "But he'llbe Segul W. 22 .... 9 S a 0 2 3
Fielding at play., Gainesville Sports Car Came Night Game I Terry. L 1-2 ..... 5 2-3 7 5 5 0 I
in the line-up some place." PHILADELPHIA HOUSTON 1 NEW YORK SAN FRANCISCO Daley ........ 11-32 1 1 3 0
knew Denis has a great arm and great hands," said Club will present a Gymkhana abrhbl abrhbl abrhbi abrhbi 1 I Mikkelsen ...... 1 4 5 4 2 0
The trading of McMillan settled the. whereabouts of "some ....... 0 0 0 1
today at the Gainesville Taylor'2b :3100 Kakso ss 4020 D.Smithlb-lfSOl J.Alou rf 400 Meyer 1 1
couldn't believea Shopping
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"but
his present skipper, Bobby Bragan, S 0 2 2 Fox 2b 3000Callison Kanehl 2b 5030 Mays cf 400 HBP-By Daley (Segul U-Umont.
the and Allen 3b i I
He is the Braves
remark I heard attributed to Dressen. So I asked him aboutit place. now regular shortstop Center parking lot adja- rf 3OlOYellefl p 0000 Thomas If 2 0 0 McCovey If 300 DiMuro Paparella, Drummond. T-3:05.
should be collecting dividends on their $125,000 investmentfor aRolas rf-lf 1000 Spangler If 4 0 0 0 bH'kness Ib b000Cepeda Ib 400 A13445.
cent to
at the World Series. Belk-Lindsey. Covin'ton If 5 0 1 0 Bond rf 3000 Gonder c 5020 Haller c :300 0Ch.t'pher
to come.Yankee. 0 cf 4 2 1 0 D'venport 3b 3 I I 0 Night Game
many years Ib 0000 Wynn cf 4 a 0
'Charlie, I said, 'Did you really say that Menke was There will be a meeting of Amaro H'r-sf Ib-rf 5 0 2 0 Aspro'nte 3b 4 0 1 0 Hickman rf 4 2 2 2 Pagan ss 2100 CHICAGO WASHINGTON
3020 McMillan ss 3 0 1 0 dAA.Alou 100 abrhbi ab r h bl:
the best fielding rlghthanded first baseman you ever saw?, Gonzalez 3l2OStaUblb
drivers at 11 a.m. Registrationwill Dalrymple C 4 0 1 0 Bateman c 3 0 0 0 C.Smlth 3b 4022 O'Dell p 1000 Buford 3b 4000 Zimmer 3b 4010
'I did,' he said. Wine ss 3 1 1 0 Nottebart P 2 0 a 0 Stallard p 2000 Bolin p 0000 Buzhardt p 201 Blas'ame 2b 4010
be held from 11:30 ajn. to 31 1 1 Raymond p 0000 Bearnarth p 0 0 0 0 aSnider 1011 Hinton If 3000
'How could that? I said. 'You Gil Homers Bennettp .
you say saw Hodgesin 12:30 bWhite 2tI 1000 cTaylor 1000 Shaw p 0000 Soblnson rf Ii2OKIng rf 3000
his No could be better than Hodges.' pm.Drivers Totals 354113, Totals 31 0 30 Wakefield p 0 0 0 0 M'Nertney. c 3 1 0 Skowron Ib 3000
prime. one
for Callison In 7th bStruckout Totals 36 412 4 Totals 31 2 3 2 McCraw Ib 4000 Lock Cf 3000
'I still say it,' he said. I didn't argue with him." will be permitted to a-Ran for Raymond In 8th. Bolin In 5th Walked Hansen ss 4020 Brumley C 3000
a-Singled for ; H'shb'ser cf 3 0 0 1 Kennedy ss :3010
Expert observers have been raving' about Menke ever walk the course one time. Philadelphia ............. III 000 300-4 for Thomas in 7th; c-Popped out for Weis 26 4000 Osleen p 2000
Houston ................. _000 000 000-0 Bearnarth In 8th; d-Struck out for Paganin Nicholson If 4021 Valentine 1000
since he was a schoolboy sensation in Bancroft, Iowa. As a : :Sink Athletics Points will be awarded for Nottebart.. White. PO-A Philadelphia 9fh. Totals 32272 Totals 25530

pitcher he won 25 and lost 2. As a shortstop he batted ,,500 i best maneuvering through the 27-12. Houston 27-13. OP-Fox. KasKo New York .. ................ C20 000 C20-4 I Grounded out for Osteen In 9th.
.; and Staub; White. Kasko and Staub. San Francisco ._......... 000(20000-2 Chiczga .. .... .. .... .... coi 001 00 -2
or thereabouts. '" .. I marked ours It is primarilya LOB-Philadelphia 11, Houston 6, E-McMillan. PO-A New York 27-6. Washington ..,.. .... ..... COO 000 ooo-e

Only two big league clubs Washington and Detroit, failedto NEW YORK (AP-A pair of: stands by Mickey Mantle and low speed (first gear) event SB Callison. Hermsteln. San Francisco 27-14. DP -- Bolin Hailer E-King. PO-A-Chicago 27.10. WashIngton -
Staub. -
enter the 1958 auction for his services. 'The, Tigers testing skill in turning stop- 2B- Wine. and Cepeda; Miller Pagan and Ce 2710. DP-Buzhardt, McCraw. Me-
were
back-to-back home runs by. Roger I Joe Pepitone helped end a three- S-Fox. Bennett Taylor. peda. New York I. San Francisco Nertney .and Buford; Kennedy Blasin-
in a financial bind because, of ownership changes and did Maris and shotsinto the: ping, reversing, etc. IP H R ERBBSO fOB game and Skowron. LOB-Chicago 5,

more than lose -:' "'shot at:Menke. They also missed out on .:. game losing streak for the New Bennett W. 4-2 .. 5 0 0 1 6 2B Killer Christopher Kanehl C. Washington 2.2BRoblnson..
4 There will be awards to win- xNottebart L 0-5 6 8 4 3 2 2 Smith. 3B Davenport. HRHickman.. Buzhardt.. SF-Hersh-
Frank Howard'of the*Dodgers, Carl Yastrzemskl of the Red, York Yankees Saturday with a Raymond ...... 2 2' 0 1 2 McMillan. berger.-
DanielsBats ners in various classes. The Yeilen ......... 1 1 0 0 0 1 IP H R ERBBSO
'Sox and Johnny Edwards of the Reds. They had the inside 10-6 victory over the. Kansas who x-Faced 4 men In 7th. IP H R ERBBSO Buzhardt. W, 3-2' 3 0 0 a 9
track or thougt they had the inside track-oneaCh. Athletics'- event is open to persons HBP-By Raymond (Callison). U-Har. Stallard h..6 3 2 2 ::3 3Bearnarth. OsteenL2-4... 9 7 2 1 0 S
City whether T-2:27. W, 2-3 .1 0 0 0 0 1 I PB-Brumley. U-Valentine. McKinley
or Conlan.
"I went where the most money was said"Denis without And Pitches drive sports cars vey. Weyer Venzon Wakefield ..... .2 0 0 0 1 1xO'Dell Soar Salerno. T-2:21. A-7.706.
not they are members "of the A-Lf 45. .....,.. .3 5 2 2 0 3
equivocation. ''TheT'Whitd"* SJbr, were'close': enough* .to, the. Maris hit his homers in the 4 Night Game Bolin ............2 1 a a 0 0 i NIGHT GAME
Gainesville Sports Car Club. MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS Larsen L 0-1 .... 21-3" 2 2 2 2 BOSTON
MINNESOTA
; Braves for me to take their offer, but they wanted me for Senator Win first and third innings with no- abrhbl ab r h b! Shaw ... .......1 2.3 2 0 a 0 2 abrhtbi abrhbiV'rsTs

third base and they already had Luis Aparicio at short. The Mantle Maye cf Sl22FloodCf loa x.Faced 1 man in 4th. I ss 4000 Jones 2b 4010 ;
base.
body on parked a Warwick rf 5130
Mathews 3b 4110 HBP By Bolin (Stallard Thomas). Rollins 3b 4000 Bressoud ss 4000
Braves had Johnny.Logan?at short and they had more money.SoIpickedMiIwaulceey2T" ., Aaron rf Sl3lGroatsS 5122 WP Stallard. U-Sarllck. Dcnaielli. Oliva rf 4030 Y'trTmski cf 4. 1
':' *, !'" WASHINGTON (AP) Pitch. ,415-yard blow into the lower left' Miss WrightLeads Bailey c 4000 Boyer 3b 5 3222 1 1 0 Landes Steiner. T-2:55. A-13.157. Allison Ib 4000 Malzone 3b 2010

er Bennie Daniels contributed a field stands in the fourth Torre Ib Sl4lLonOlb 4222 Hall cf 3000 Stuart Jb 4000
If
scoring James
Carty If 5110 CHICAGO
CINCINNATI KI br w If 4 1 0 0 Comgliaro If 4 0 1 0
Muscular BulgesMenke two-run homer to his own cause Menke ss 3021 Javier 2b 4134 abrhbi abrhbi Battey c 1010 Tillman C 3000
Bobby Richardson. Pepitone 7 Boiling 2b aDO Uecker c 3000 Rose 2b 5240 Stewart 2b 4121 then 2b 3011 Meiias rf 3010
bulgesof and pr fited by some zany Chi- by Smith p 0000 Gibson p 2000 Skinner If 4110 Brock rf 5020 Pascual P 3000 Monb'q'te p 1000
is with the muscular 0000
a 190-poundsix-footer! added solo homer in the
: a sev- aAlou all Taylor p Pinson cf 4223 Williams If 4231 aNixon 1010
a Ken Boyer. He looks like a: power hitter and some day ago base running Saturday as Tiefenauer p 1 0 0 0 Craig p 2110 Coleman Ib 4121 Santo 3b 4012 bMantilla 0000
the Washington Senators defeated enth. MUSKOGEE Okla. (AP) bGabrl'son 1000 Robinson 3223Burke Ib 4000 Radatz p 0000
be undoubtedly will be one. But he had his troubles when Lemaster pIa 0 0 Cardenas ss SlllRodgers ss 4221 Totals 35151 .Totals 30 0 6 0aDoubled
the White Sox 3-1. The Yankees made their 10 Defending champion Mickey de la Hoz2b 31 1 0 ,. ,. ,. Edwards c 5011 Bertell c 4000 for Monbouquette In 8th BRan -
the Braves looked him over during spring training in 1962. Totals 40 lIS 6 Totals 36
Boros 4001
3b Cowan cf 4010 for Nixon In 8th.
The White Sox had the bases tied her course record Smith In 5th; b-Ground-
"I didn't have a good: spring," he said, "and I was certain runs on 11"hits in the wild game Wright AI4 a-Doubled NIt Ti.fenauer. for. III 6th. Purkey p 4110 Jackson p 1000 Minnesota ........._..... 000 000 010-1
loaded, two out, and Ron Han- with a two-under-par 68 to takea -- - Schurr p 0000 Boston ................. 00000000-0
I'd be farmed out. .I was'used infrequently that I wantedto which sawtheAthlefics nine Milwaukee ...... ..... 200 224 COO- < aLandrum 1000
somewhere that 1 could play regularly. sen at ,bat in the' top of theeightlrwhenRon get seven-stroke lead after the St. Louis ..........:.:..... 501 OOP 31x1SEde Slaughter p 0 0 0 0 E-Battey Malzone. PO-A-Minnesota 27-
so
go Kline came in ,hits, one a home run by Manny second round of the MuskogeeWomen's Ia Hoz Boyer. PO-A-Milwaukee bBurton 1000 13. Boston 27-12. DP-Versalles Allen and
'I don't know why you keep'me,' I finally said to.Birdie. i 2411. St. Louis 27-U. DP-Javler. Groat Norman p 0001 Allison; Bressoud Jones and Stuart. LOB'
to relieve Daniels. Jiminez in the fifth with two Golf Tourna- cRanew 0000 Minnesota 5, Boston 7.
'I'd rather be sent out.' on Open LOB and Long Milwaukee; Mathews.11, de St.la Louis Hoz 4.and Torre. Totals Mil 14II Tetals 345115 2B- onlgliaro. Allen. Nixon. Oliva. SB-
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'I won't help" you get there,' he said. 'Before you go, I Tom McCraw attempted to base. ment Saturday. a-Grounded into double play for Schurr Yastrzemskl. S-Monbouquette, Battey.
steal home 28-Matt\ewS, Maye. Torre Aaron Car. 1 I In 5th; b-Struck out for Slaughter in IP H R ERBBSO
want to correct the flaw you have in your batting. on the second pitchto Steve Hamilton credit for Miss Wright was the only ty. Atou. HR-Javier, James 2. Maye. :7th; c-Walked for Norman in 9th. Pascual W 4-2 9 6 0 a 3 6

"In spite of that hitch I still can remember two hits I got Hansen and was an easy out, got to break She toured Long. SB-Aaron. Menke. S Flood. SF- 4 Cincinnati ................024 001 010.-10 M'B'quette L. 1-5 8 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 5 2
1 1
player par. Menke. I II ... .. ... ........ Radatz
Kline to Mike his first pitching victory reliev- Chicago .201 CIOI 001-
that spring. All I remember about one was that it was a. Brumley. the 6,400-yard course in a mark WP-Radatz. U-Stevens Nape, Rice
H R ERBBSO .
E-Rodgers Cardenas. Brock. P0ACincinnatI Stewart. T-2:25. A.IUI6.Boxing
Earlier in the inning pich hitter ing starter Stan Williams the equaling the record she set in Lerrtaster. ....... 22-3 7 i 4 1 3 27-11, Chicago 2712. DP _-
; Minnie Minoso singled and fourth. Moe Drabowsky was the Smith ........... 11-31 0 0 1 1Tiefenauer Rose and Coleman; Cardenas and Cole-
winning this tournament last L. 1-3 4 4 4 0 1 man; Norman Rodgers and Burke Bor- Meeting
Reds Beat Blacks 17-7 attempted to go to third on MikeJershberger's loser, giving up five hits and :xGibson ........ 3 I 4 4 3 0 iI$. Rose. Edwards, Cardenas and; Pur-
year. Her 36-hole total of 142 Taylor _._.... .. 11-33 2 2 0 0 key. LOB Cincinnati 7, Chicago 4.
single to'center four runs before being relievedby two 'Craig W. 3-1 .....42-3 4 D D 1 I LOUISVILLE Ky. (AP) -
was over par. 2B
but was out, Don Lock to Dom Joe Grzenda the second of x HBP-Faced By 2 Tiefenauer men in 4th.(Long). WP-Gibton. I I inson-Williams Pinson. 38 Rodgers.- Santo.SFBoros.IP HR-Rob-. Louisville will be the site of

In Georgia G-Dav Tilt Zimmer. four A's pitchers with two out Betsy Rawls, tied for the lead :r-2:28.. U-A22AOO.Night ryor. Secory.. .Burfchart. SudoL H R ERBBSO the World Boxing Association

c-.J J Daniels homered off Eddie in the third. after the first round, had put Purkey.IaCk-SOfl.LS-2..21.3 W, V2 ..,9 11 8 5 I S 5 2 1 2 4 general meeting in 1965. It generally -

ATHENS Ga. (AP) Sopho- huber came a long way in Fisher? working in relief of loser ting trouble and soared to a 76 Came Schurr ........2 2.3 1 0 1 2 draws about 250 delegates -
PITTSBURGH ANGELES
KANSAS CITY NEW YORK LOS Slaughter ....... 2 2 1 1 2 2
nores scored all the points for spring practice, and we'll havea Ray: Herbert, in the sixth inning, .all r II bI liar Ia bI and a three-way: tie at 149 with ab r h bi ab r h bi Morman ..H..2 3 1 1 1 1 from seven or eight coun-
SlOOLInzss 5110 Aliey ss 4030 WIH 4001 Wp .
Causey ss ss Slaughter.
U-Jaclcowsltl. ,Crawford
place for both of them," following a single by John Ken- Mathews cf 5 1 > 0 Rtea'rd'n 3212 Ruth Jessen and Marilynn Virdon ct 4030 Gilliam 3b 4000 1 F ,_Vargo Forman. T-2:44. A-3.259. tries.
he Red team as it beat the nedy. Charles 3b 4210 Maris rf 5223 Smith. Clemente rf 4 0.0 0 TDavis If 4220
I
Dooley said. Gentile Ib 4012 Mantle cf 5112 Stargell If 4910 Fairly Ib 3000
\ Hack team 17-7 in Georgia'siiinual Alusik If 3121 Gonzalez Ib 0000 Freese 3b 2010 Howard rf 4221
Near the end of the first half, CHICAGO WASHINGTON Jimenez rf 3123 Lopez If :3110 Muskogee's Beth Stone and Bailey 3t>. 2000 Roseboro c 2110 HUSKY 6 H.P. RIDING MOWER
G-Day spring football Hughes directed the Reds ab r b bi ab r k bi Lau c 2010 P-pire Itxf 4 T 3 2 ClerxJen'n Ib 3 0 0 0 W.Davis ct 4123 ,
on a H'shtr-gr ef 4 1 1 dImmer 3b 4 0 1 0 Edwards 1000 Howard 3100 Sybil Griffin, who started the Mazer-ski 20 1 0 0 0 Trace'sU 2b 2 0 0 0
tune Satur4ay.r 75-yard scoring thrust He went McCraw Robinson Ib rf 401 Blas'ame 26 4000 Monrgudo pOI 0 0 Boyer 3D 3011 day tied for the lead also ran PaglUrorj! c 4 0 3 0 Ortega p. 3011
4000HInton If 4030 Green zb 3 loa Williams p 1000 Friend p 2000 fftij
Sophomore quarterback Lynn the last seven yards on a keeper cButord Ward 3b 3b 20 1 King rf 4020 Dra 'sitY' p 1 0 1 0 Hamilton p 2 1 0 0 into trouble. Miss Griffin pulleda Butters p. 0000aschofield .
3000 Skowron Ib 4010 Grzenda 1000 Rcniff p 0000 1000 We
r lughes put in a strong bid fore but fumbled in the end zone. Nicholson/ If 4000Lock cf41J1 Akerp p bus back muscle and carded a 73 Friday p 0000 'z; .

job va However, sophomore end Jerry Weis 2b 4000Brumley c 4030 Bryan 1000 for 151 total Miss Stone'sputting Totals 31050 Totals 30016
Bulldog quarterback MartIic 3000 Kennedy ss 4120 Totals :34 I 9 Ttab :341111II a a-Flied out for Butters in 7th. .'
ated by Larry Rakestraw di- Varnado recovered for the Herbert p 1000 Daniels p 3112 a-Flied out for Lau in tth; b-Filed: problems boosted her to Pittsburgh ..............,.. ON 000 00ft-0 I
aStephens 1000 Kline p' 1000 out for Alter bi 8th Les Angeles ..............000 420 OOx-4 RepairAll
the Reds to victory be- score. Bob Etter kicked the Fisher POI"bMlnoso 79 and 152. I I. :
ecting 1010 Kansas City .... .. .. _. 003 030 OCtI a -
)re 10,000 fans and numerous point ,with 33 seconds left. WIlhelm p 0000 New Yor ....._........_ 112 400 20x-U Pittsburgh E-Freese 24-13.2, Stargell.Los Virdon. PO-A_. :
Angeles 2711. DP
couts. Totals 31 1 4 0 Tetals '34 315 3aGrounded E-Lau. PO-A-Kansas City 2410. New Sue Maxwell of Tuba, playing Gilliam TracewsU and Fairly. LOB -
The Blacks scored quickly to out for Herbert in 6th; York 27-14. DP-Ri lardson. Llnz and in her first tournament Pittsburg I. Los Angeles ,. .i .
even it. On the first play after -? fl"dJ2r Fisher in *"' c-Ran for Pepitone. .LOB-Kansas City 4. New pro 3B- Virdon. SFOrtega.IP .
"Despite the heat I thoughtre Ward In ttn.
York 6. ran into problems on the back
the kickoff Ridlehuber Cilicaga '' _''...',,- lOt 000 010-.1 2B Jimenez, Alusik 2. 3B Lopez. S-Wheel
got a good effort, said new fired a ashuigioa .-... .. ,..... lOt 102 oox.. 3 HR- Jimenez Maris 2. -Mantle Pep Boyer. nine and hit traps on three FrlendL3.2 41-35644-7 H R ERBBSO

oach Vince Dooley, "but I ex-52-yard scoring pass to Randy Chicago E-Zimmer 2. -1I.Kennedy, Blasingame. PO- tone. SF Alusik. straight holes to finish with Butters ...._...1 2-3 0 0 2 3 Makes
Washington 27-14. DP- IP H R ERBBSO a Prlddy..2 ICutCuttingTimef
ected that we would be a little'Wheeler and Etter convertedfor Hansen and McCraw. LOB-Chicago 4. Daowsky. U 1-4 2 1-2 4 4 4 3 1 78 and a total of 152. Ortega W. 2-2 9 0 SO 0 0 0 2 4 1 0
Washington 7. ......
the Black team. Grzenda 11-34 4 4 1 0 U-Smith. Pelekoudas.
larper. The heat sapped 28..-King. HR-Lock Daniels.IP Aker ........ 3 3 2 2 1 0 2:46. A33.501.Tom Williams. T-
H R ER BB SO Monteagudo .... 1 0 40 0 0 e JoAnn Prentice who had been
tem. The Reds unlocked the tie Herbert U 1-3 .. 5 10.1 1 0 1 Williams ..... 3 4 *1 3 2 1xHamliton.
with Fisher '"...'..2 4 2 2 0 0 W. 2-0 4 5 3 3 2 2 tied with Miss Smith, Miss Maxwell MYERS POWER TOOLS
Dooley said Hughes. would be a 32-yard field goal by Wllhilm .....'-- 1 1 a 0 0 2 Reniff .2 0 0 a 0 0 Nieporte, golf pro at .
le No. 1 quarterback when fall .Etter with 5:20: remaining in) Daniels W. 4-2 .72-3". 10 3 4 x-Faced 2 men in 8th.HBP I and Miss Wright for second Piping Rock, N.Y., won the All- I
Kline ". 11-3 0 0 0 '0 0 -By .Alter' (Howard). WP-Grzen- after the first round blew to 230 N.E. 16th Aye ,
the an Army golf while stationed FR
actice starts. "Preston RUler game. U-McKinley. Soar Salerno, Valentine. 'da. U-.-DiMuro, Paparella Drummond crown 63411T
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Jay Scrafford made a farceof ship last month and teamed ,. "7t.'T ...J' Riviera Country Club, Or- of Bowling Green, Ky., and

Old Man Par last week at with his mot her two weeks '
Gainesville Golf and Country ago to take first place in the !; 'II County. Bishop ,also,pointed out that into its final week of spring concern at the start of practice -
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teenaged swinger clip- Jay a Jo." T' .ttPi .u- Ifit' the annual Purple and White
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ped three strokes from par High golf ace, and he plans to f/ t : \ .i_M for Dade and Broward counties Richard Lockey, will be game Friday night at Citizens I Bob Erwin head defensive
with for the Gator !!' t by., U. missing next year. i coach has done fine work in
a 69 on two occasions. try out team .... ; Field to wrap things up.
June 5 and
*%" I".r on Rolling
: defense 10
;. Returning will be ace Laurie trebuilding although !.
Scrafford next
who'll season.
day, .fired ,36-33 early be 19 In Tues-the More of those 69s will keep B'B Hills Country Club of Alta- .Hammer, Lloyd Watts and Coach Jim Niblack said the I.starters were lost from the
monte Springs will have
0. A. Kincaid. defense was outstanding in lastweek's 1963 claboNiblack
week and then UF Coach Buster Bishop in
duplicated the
I. rounds June 15 for 10.12 boys Bob Murphy final scrimmage and
Highly 'regarded -
feat on Thursday.He smiles. from three to from Lake and Seminole said emphasis wouldbe
golfers ranging Orange, ,who was ineligible, this contact and' hustle. were unusually -
became only the fourth FLORIDA qualifying rounds :15 years. Only the boys' top counties. evident. on gaining more running

player to break 70 on the for the 18th National Pee Wee two divisions require qualifying Deadline for entries is June for past' season,also will 2e vying The Headhunters made their punch for the Movers and better ,

tricky layout, and missed the championships will take place rounds in several Florida 1. a. spot.* *. best showing with defensive offensive blocking from the

ceurse record by alone next month at five locations. areas and in Alabama and '* FRED BARNARD, cO-own. : pursuit particularly outstanding line.After i

stroke. The tourney runs June 23-24 Georgia. FOUR GAINESVILLE golf- er of Ironwood Golf Club reports -: AL 6IMEN Niblack said. End Al Simmons two weeks Niblack tab-

Ed Stephens and Willie Turner at Rio Pinar Country Clubin Trophies will be awarded ers and a University of Florida the nine-bole did another fine job as bed co-captain Simmons' play as
on
course
have posted 69s, and an Orlando. winner and runnerup in each student car r i ed horn eprizes 39th Avenue is Beaten' did Jerry Crier Kent Shappardand worthy of special mention. Simmons
progress n
g Hayes
out-of-town player set the Boys from seven Florida age group. in the recent State Amateur Chris Gwin on the line. has been a standout both
record at 68 three weeks counties in the di- rapidly.The and- on offense and defense.
ago. upper two Qualifying rounds are tourney at Port St. clubhouse will be started Steve Tinney Jimmy Cul-

Scrafford, a University of visions, 10-12 and 13-15, must scheduled June 8 at' Rock. Lucie. in about a month and By Carr In pepper played well in the defensIve -

Florida freshman shot the qualify before the tourn, e y ledge Country Club, Roc k. Bob,Jewett, Florida 'freshman should be completed in three backfield.The Variety Store

69s on the heels of two tourna- starts. ledge, for Brevard Co u nty; from Fort Myers, won weeks. Movers were beset with "

ment victories at the Golf The Pee Wee features competition Orlando Country Club for 13- the championship B division Approximately a week and 220 Event mistakes as dropped passes and At

and Country Club. for and in from Lake fumbles blighted the offense. Newberry
boys girls 15 boys Orange, with a 72-hole score of 293; one half of heavy equipmentwork
He won the club champion separate age divisions with and Seminole counties; and Clayton Hawk was winner in remains with LOS ANGELES (AP-A Vflanova There also were numerous pen-
grass Gainesville Store will
four-man team equaleda alties. Fullback Alex G if fen Variety
the sixth flight with 317; Roy to ,tart, the first ,
planting or at it
play Newberry today as
world back in action after
re ord, Grambling College's an l jury,
Green finished second in the second week in June. seeks to hike its Central Florida
Bats 11th flight with'320; John Mer- date still,is .tentatively crack teams won the 440 was the brightest spot on of- -
Stargell in Four Opening made League baseball mark to
rill was first in the 16th flight, 15. and 880-yard relays and world fense. He several fine
Sept 3-1 for the I
record holder Dallas Long remained -runs and gave promise of developing season.
with 337; and Tom Hansen STIlE
Other
will find
supreme in the field of into a breakaway games
won the 20th flight with 348. SECOND annual his size 6-4 and 225 Yankeetown at Williston and '
ner
despite
shotputting.Such ,
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As Pirates Starke Golf and Country lub Chiefland at Cedar Key.
of the resultsof pounds. ,
Rap DodgersLOS A LARGE and talented con.. were some _
Invitational ,
gets underwaynext Either Stephenson
j the annual Los Angeles ColIseum Kenny Mack and Richard Kay or
of Ocala is
tingent golfers
weekend with University -
Pete Henderson will pitch for
did
Relays Friday ,night before Primo a good job on the
LOS ANGELES AP-Willie) ning streak by defeating the the Dodger pitching staff in 30 competing this weekend in of Florida player 'Lloyd 26,713 chilled fans. offensive ,line, Niblack ,said. Variety Store.
Stargell drove in four the Pot Williams Invitationalin Watts d e f e nding his cham ,
runs with Dodgers 7-4. innings. Sprinter Richard Stebbins of Niblack said a shining traitof

a pair of singles Saturday as I The Pirates scored four runs Madison., The tourney: pionship. Grambling edged out Henry the GHS squad in drills to

the Pittsburgh Pirates broke al off Nick Willhite in the sixth in- Left-hander Bob Beale, Pick- started yesterday and winds The all medal play tourney Carr in the 100-meter dash, each date has been willingness to take Jacky Cupit winner of the

three-game Los Angeles win!ning, the first runs allowed by big up his second victory in five up today. starts Friday and runs with times of 10.2,' and Carr coaching.: The players are profiting -1964 Tucson Open, is the young-

decisions, went 7 1-3 innings Among the group is defending through Sunday.: came back to defeat Bob Hayesin by their 'own mistakes, est of five golfing brothers.

and allowed the Dodgers only champ Bo Williams. Pressing Watts for the title the 200 meters in 20.6, avenging -he[ said. Defensive is ahead of Golf pro Jim Ferree, a nativeof

Red Sox Win three hits, all singles. But he will be last year's runner u p, a defeat Hayes scored in the the offense' at present,with the Pine Bluff, Ark., won the

walked nine and made two wild UNIVERSITY OF Florida Jack Round tree of Lake same event here last defensive secondarycoached Southern Conference golf crown

I ) pitches, both of which led to Golf coach Buster Bishop has City and Starke club champion Hayes' time was 20.8. year. )y' Wesley Dicks, showing im.jj in 1953.

runs. signed four golfers to scholar- Harold Bishop. Villanova's Jim Orr, Al Ad. -.L
ships in the last couple of *
On Radatz HitBOSTON Holds ams, Tom Sullivan ,and Noel
DodgersAl weeks. BOB BLACK III hit all 18 GAIN PRESTIGE
McBean held the Carroll reeled off the two-mile
Dodgers The foursome is Harold greens in regulation recentlyat

hitless the last 1 2-3 innings. i Bishop, of Starke, David Go- Gainesville Golf and Coun relay in 7:19.0, equaling the

(AP-Relief pitcher Boston. Willhite lasted 5 2-3 inningsand vus of Atlanta, Harry Gilbert tryClub.GiardelloTorres world mark registered by an

Dick Radatz singled with the Home runs by Harmon Kille- was touched for 8 of the 11 I Oregon State team at Modesto, SAVE $25

bases loaded in the 10th inning brew in the sixth and Bob Allison Pittsburgh hits. He had a 2-0 Calif., May 25, 1963.
lead after five but Dick Scho- While no records were broken,
Saturday scoring Lou Clinton in the eighth had broken a Bout

and giving the Boston Red Soxa 3-3 tie and put the Twins into I field and, Manny Mota opened Longs shot-put' "duel" with through the corporate lookA
the sixth with and Bob freshman Randy Matson of Texas
6-5 victory over Minnesota. lead 5.3.Bartley. singles
Clemente scored Mota with a Brings &100.000 Offer A & M was a crowdpleaser.Long .
Radatz hit 3-2 off won with 65-5% shy of well-planned! corporate took can beel
a pitch Jim double. -- -- n - -- ,
Perry, who replaced Jerry Ar. his listed world standard of 65- important to the success of any business.
t Wins Lay out letterheads envelopes invoice -
NEW YORK AP Cain with the "and Mr. your
( ) champion
rigo after Clinton doubled Carl Stargell brought in Mota and I II. 10% and his pending mark of 65- \Vi forms on a table. Do they com-
Yastrzemski to third with one Clemente with his first single Young, a Brooklyn real estate Young is the man who. can getit 11%.. Matson, who fouled out on I plement or contradict each other? Gather

out Yastrzemski had walked. Over SunlandBartley and scored himself on a double .operator who says his business 11 for me." three puts, was second at 63-. l' your price sheets sales bulletins and
J a.tHUI promotional literature. Does the
by Bill Mazeroski. I. Young does not have a boxing printing
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6%
J After Perry came in, he did $4 million gross last year,. ..* and paper quality match the qualityof
contract with Torres, but, he Grambling's 440 relay team of product or service? Do the Individual -
walked Temple downed Sun- The Pirates two in has barged into the strange your
(! Tony Conigliaro purposely got more ,
said, the fighter is employed by Don Meadows, Stebbins, Vernus pieces add up to a single good
1 I then got Bob Tillman to land Training Center 17-11 Fri, the sixth. Mota walked, Cle complex little group of those financially -; his real estate firm as a public Ragsdale and Don Owens click- impression?

force Yastrzemskl at the plate day night in a Community mente hit his second double and connected with boxing. relations advisor. .
I ed off a 40.2 and the same foursome We will have our artist do an original letterhead for your company
for the second out before Ra! League softball game at Lin., Stargell brought them in with a He did it with an offer that's D'Amato explained: "New won the 880 in 1:23.8. New at no co.st. Our standard printing price is all you pay. 'I\'

datz hit to right field. coIn Field., single. complex but far from small. I York i
has 750,000 Puerto Ricans. Mexico was second in both relays "When You Want Quality Call
: The Red Sox tied the game! Community Spotlites won a Mota drew another walk in, Young, unknown in the sports Torres is the most popular man in' 40.3 and '1:24.0.

t 5-5 in the ninth on singles by forfeit from Duncan Brothers in I the ninth, took third on a singleby world until Friday night, said among them. Its just good bus-

Dick Stuart and pinch hitters the other contest. Bill Virdon and scored his he had offered middleweight mess. If he gets the championship Ted Kroll, winner of the 1962 CENTRAL FLORIDA PRINTING

Russ Nixon and Dick Williams.Ed third run of the game on a sacrifice champion Joey Giardello $100- it's even better business. Canadian Open, became a golf i I
Six in the fourth I
Bressoud smashed a solo runs inning.: fly by Gene Freese. 000-in a certified check-to defend He's that much more valuableto pro in 1937 just before his 18th I 1823 Hawthorne Rd. Phone 3764321BANKING
made for
the difference Barley's.
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home run eighth Torres a nationally brithday. I
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Fred Powers had two hits, Camilli of the u
I Doug got two ranked Puerto Rican Young sam he made the offer 1
MINNESOTA tOSTON one a homer, to lead the at., three Dodger hits and drove in
native of .
all r"III abrhNVersalles now fighting out New to Giardello "in New Jersey a
ss 4 0 1 Jones 2b 4010 tack. Clarence Long, E. Turner two runs with one of them, an York. couple of days ago," but Giar-!
Rollins 3b SOD 0 Bressoud ss 5221
diva rf 5000 Y'trze'skl cf 4 1 1 2 and C. Dowdell each had a pair ,eighth-inning single. Cus D'Amato, formerly Tor dello turned it down. I -
Allison Ib 4221 Malzone 3b 5010 for the
of hits losers. Dowdell
Hall cf 4011 Stuart Ib 4010 PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES res' manager but now billing Regardless of the financial
Killebrew If 4 1 1 1 aMantllla 0000 had a home run. abrhbi abrhbi
Battey c 3llOCIIntOfl rf 1110 Schofield ss 5110 Wills ss 410 himself as advisor to the 28- arrangements, Torres made a

Allen 2b 4 2000 1 1 Contgllaro I If 4221 5010PPaTels Bartley's 203 631 2-17 7 Mota cf-lf 3320 Gilllam 3b 400 year-old slugger, says its all on, giant step toward a possible title ,
Stance p nrtC Clemente rf 5 2 2 1 Davis If :310 1
p 200 000bNIxon OMellas 3000 1010 Sunland 203 204 0-11) 9 Stargell If 4124 Howard rf 120 0 the up and up. bout with his handy victoryover

Arrigo Fischer p p 0 0 0 0 0 cW.lson 0000 Taylor and Powers; Turner, aVIrdon Freese 3t cf 2011 1 0 1 Camilli Parker Ib c 402 200 0 Have you seen the check, McClure ninth-ranked na
Perry P 0000 Radatz p 1011 and Clende'n Ib 5000 cFalrly 100 0 D'Amato was asked. tionally.
Walk-
Lamabe p 3000 Battey, Cunningham
Mazerki 2b 401 1 W.Davis cf :300 .
dWIII'ms Hetfner p Ib 1011 0000 er. McFlane c 2000 Trace'skl! 2b 2 0 1 0 "No," Cus said, "But I know The verdict was overwhelm-

foists .. 34 S 'C ratals 4ll3 4 Veale p 3010 dAAoon 100 people who did. It's legit." ingly in favor of Torres, 8-2 and
McBean p 0000 Willhite p 100 II I
for A-Ran Meilas for In tth Stuart; c-In Ran tth for; b-Nixon Singled In COMMUNITY LEAGUE Miller p 000 II Torres, eighth-ranked Friday, 6-3-1 by judges Joey Castellanoand -I
bWalls 100
tth; d-Slngled for Heffner in tth. (Eisltra Division) Brewer p 000 D I when he banged out a decisive, Frank Forbes, and 8-1-1 by -
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IrtSr................. 201100 111 iE -' Bartley$ Temple W 2 0 1.000 Totals 34 711 7 Totals 2143 3: 10 round, nationally televised I referee John LoBianco. The AP f _
Bartey, Lamabe Malzone. PO-A Russell's Barbers 1 1 .500 -Ran for Stargeil In Tth bPoppedout decision over Skeeter McClure,, scored it 6-2-2 for Torres. Each ,
-12 (2 out In 10th when winning Lincoln Estates 0 1 .000 for Miller In Tth; c-Popped out for .j
Minnesota run 2 scored). Boston 3012. DP- Sunland Training (fr. 0 1 .000 Parker In tth; d-Struck out for Tracew, calls Young "my business man fighter weighed 161. I
Stange. Versa lies and Allison; Malzone. (Waster Civilian) ski In tth.Pittsburgh in. *th; Grounded out for Brewer ager." Torres now has a 30-1-2 rec !
Stuart. .LOB-Minnesota 4. '
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Boston 9. Plummet's Barber :3 0 1.000 ............... coo .04tai-I He said he wanted a fighl L ord.
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b5 Gainesville Sun Sunday, May 17, 1964' _. About 600 traveled'

Bamboo Curtain' 1 1I to Canton from foreigners Hong Kong dur- .1 I

It MARKET ing the first three months of IT'S ,

BUSINESS this year, a 35 per cent in-

REPORT crease over 1963. The total last
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! I REVIEW V I Being'-'" Lowered year.2,522 was in 1962.4,637 as compared to MONEYMAKING

I Other foreigners are journeying -
Sfcfii ffirfk minus authorities have tightened re- to Communist China by a

Industrial strictions on travel outside the newly-opened Pakistan Airline
HONG KONGCommunist
Forces Boom country. connection to Canton and
F ( Supporting China is slowly opening its
Shanghai and by ship to Shang-
Output Jobs doors to foreign visitors. More individual visitors, cultural -hai. TIME AT
and official delegationsare


! I May Have Reached a Peak Show Gains II number seas A steady Chinese, of foreigners increase entering in and both Commu-over-the Africa countries journeying, Latin of Asia.to America Peking Most of from and the Forgetful Day GUARANTYFEDERAL


I nist China through Canton has Westerners visiting China are, LEOTI, Kan. (AP) Murle
I : fronting business leaders -and 8>m ffcrk lirbntll followed the relaxing of I
Nt Bnrk QJimra sionary momentum. regulations businessmen and the bulk of M. Hayden used a pair of pliers I
I By THOMAS E. MULLANEY Recent statistics show a lev-! political leaders, too. By EILEEN SHANAHAN governing movement of this travel is undertaken by and a piece of wire to fish j

Financial Editor eling-off in construction, some Among other problems that foreigners in the country. way of Hong Kong. the ignition keys out of his
f aspects of industrial production.should prevent complacencyand WASHINGTON Industrial Eager to earn urgently need- closed and locked car. I

NEW YORK Except for I and retail sales. Meanwhile, the I restrain excessive optimismin production in the United States ed foreign exchange, Peking is I The market for foreign goodsin
in a few mining issues and latest business inventory fig- this year of the nation's registered its sharpest gain in improving hotel accommodations Communist China is relatively In the process the pliers and I

I other special situations, activi- ures indicate no rush by manufacturers greatest prosperity is the persistence almost a year during April and expanding international small because of foreign wire were put pn a car fender "SAVE"By

ty in the stock market last to build up .stocks. of unemploymentaround paced by record production, air. connections.This .exchange shortages, but Chi. and forgotten. I'

week proceeded at a hesitant' Overall industrial production, the 5.4 per cent level. increases in the output of steel partial lifting of what .nese Communists have campaigned Hayden stopped for gasoline

pace, prices making little head though, as measured by the Others include the contin- and machinery. has been called the "Bamboo energetically to attract 160 miles away and a service I 20th

way. government's index. rose a full I uance of a deficit in the gov- Curtain" does not, however, I foreign businessmen. station attendant pointed out I May
Though the economic skies point in April. I ernmental budget; a recent narrowing Factory employment also' apply to citizens, of Communist Americans are barred from that the pliers and wire were, earn 2 months

were still sunny, enough dark Auto production, while still' of the nation's i ,surplus rose during the,than month is'nornnally by considerably China.'Irritated by students-and going to Communist ,China riding undisturbed where Hay-I i, return by next

clouds were gathering to make strong, shows no great gains'I ; and the still worrisome more others who have gone abroad under State Department regu- den had left them on the i June 30

some observers wonder whether over last year's high level.I balance of payments ,situation, expected in April. and refused to return, Peking I lations. fender. "

squalls might develop. Never- Neither do sales. Nevertheless which had a large but'tempo The Federal Reserve Board

theless confidence continues the year seems certain to be rary improvement in the first announced that its.index of ,industrial ] 41/4%

among business men and in- the first million car sales quarter that reduced it to $41 production has .risen AIR CONDITION NOW!

vestors. year, up 300,000 from last year's million.. one full point in April, 'to 129.2
I The current expansionary volume. Except for trading last weekin per cent of its 1957-59 average.The .

phase of the economy, now in Steel production too is holding such stocks as Texas Gull index had risen by half a
Gainesville's Window Air Conditioner DealerPreSeason
to be Largest
its 39th month
appears well, though no longer gain- Sulphur, Calumet & Hecla. and point, or less, in each of the WhereYou
in no danger of imminent termination -ing greatly. The latest week Curtis Publishing, the marketwould three earlier months of this year

but it is obvious that saw operations turn up 1.5 per have had its slowest, and had recorded a total gain

some of the forces that have cent to approximately 80 per tempo in several months. Five, of only four-tenths of a point for Sale

been generating much of the cent of capacity. of the most actively traded issues the entire final six months of
have reached their maxi- '
boom Housing starts have main- 'accounted for volume oi 1963.

mum. tained an annual rate of 1.6 4,243,800 shares, or almost 17 .
the views of Nearly half a million new jobs
This supports million units in BEAT THE HEAT WITH RED HOT PRICES
so far 1964, or per cent of the week's turnoverof
I bankers and businessmen who about the same as last year's 25,374,630 shares. other than farm jobscame LARGEST FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONER DEALER IN FLORIDAand SAVE

earlier this year supported the level. The most active'issue for the into being in April, according ONLY Authorized Fedders Air 'Conditioner Dealer in Gainesville I
billion tax-reduction bill : to the Labor Department'smonthly
only$11.5 because they felt that with- Retail sales have also raised week again was Texas Gull, survey of employers' We Also Sell Large Quantities of Admiral Air Conditioners.
DOES MAKEA
question marks. They are high, Sulphur, which had a turnover r
out its stimulative effects the payrolls. The normal rise for a first class unit with good prices.
to be but not'pushing of shares. The i
; sure, are 1,637,800 price
In spurring a big capital-in- April is about 300,000. COOLERATORS Good Unit and Good Prices. -, i
to the levels many economists advanced 4% points to 58 4 r DIFFERENCEHigh
vestment program, and expected -had expected in the wake of Before its claimed big copper-, The increase in the number of
heavy outlays for goods We only sell units that we know are the best to buy. .
the tax cut. The total for April silver zinc discovery in Tinv. available jobs centered in thee
by consumers, the tax cut is WE SERVICE ALL UNITS WE SELL !
to amounted to $21.2 billion, a mins, Ontario, last month, th metals producing and metals-
lending support an economy
otherwise slight decline for the second issue had been selling at 30%.. using industries, including the
that by now might All units are Flush ;
month in a row. Other stocks that came in I auto and steel industries a nd Mounted. NEMA Cools MOisture Delivered .
have lost its expansionary .
momentum. Equally surprising at this for great attention last week included the electrical equipment industry Thermostat BTU; 'S9. Removal Price ,

that by now might point is the remarkable overall : Calumet & Hecla, up I in which employment has, Controlled Rating Amps Volts Ft. pts. hr. of Unit Returns
economy 1-2-3 Speed Fan.
4,500 8 115 250 1.5 109.88
otherwise have lost its expan-, stability of prices. With 6% on 1,252,700 shares; Chrysler -until lately, been falling. All Certified NEMA SOOO 8 115 290 1.7 128:97:
consumers manifesting a con- down 1% on 585,600 shares; CN-1 Rated. '
Employment in retail stores 6,200 7Vz 115 875 I.B 152.50
servative attitude toward Sperry-Rand, up H on 408.50C I and wholesale establishments Prices include: 10,000 12 230 375 2.75 181.97
Board spending their increased after- shares, and R.C.A., off % on I Delivery 1YearSlideout 4 % %
City tax dollars and industrial also increased in April, although 14,000 12 230 610 4.6 199.97
capacity 359,200 shares.
it would normally have been ex- Chassis 15,000 11.6 2t30 .920 4' 215.00
still showing slack, there The popular market averages I Per annum in cash or compounded
: pected to drop following Easter. 16,500 13.6 230 1,000 4.5 225.00 -
AriiendsRiile has been little pressure on the were at a virtual standstill for I semi annually
17,500 12 230 1,040 5 235.00
Since the beginning of 1964, I
No higher returns In-
general price structure. the week. York on ,
The New Times
I 19,000 13.6 230 1,160 5.3 263.97
I the total number of available Service on Parts Cr sured Savings in this sec.
On Banks This could change if the upcoming combined average of 50 stocks: jobs has increased by 700,000, Labor and 5 Years 20,000 14.3 230 1,190 6.4 266.75 tion of Florida.

i automotive ,wage talks rose only 2.14 points for the, with about 160,000 of them in Warranty on Sealed 25,000 16 230 1,500 8 304.50
result in increased wages and week after restricted movement t Refrigeration Systems.GAINESVILLE'S i
The Gainesville City Commission fringe benefits that become abase each day. The index now stands; manufacturing.This iI I

I met in special session for higher demands in a at 484.40. is a large gain, Labor LOWEST PRICES -- LOW INSTALLATION COST Safety

Friday afternoon to amend an wide range of American business The Dow Jones Industrial I Department officials said, but i

ordinance bank designating the city's and industry. This is one component eased 2.34 points to< depositories. tf_ the major fears now con, 826.23. larger than the rise recorde d I your savings are insured up
Friday's action added the during the same period of 1963 I 10% DOWN PAYMENT-24 MONTHS TO PAY-LOW FINANCE CHARGES 1 to 1000000. All the!
Florida National Bank of Jack- 1 "Insured Safety" any Fi-
fe) New York "m and a little smaller than the! nancial !
Institution
sonville to the ordinance that in- NEW YORK can
TIMES MARKET
AVERAGES, MAY 15 one recorded during the com 1 offer.
cludes Citizens Bank, University High Low Close Net Chg. We Sell end Install
parable period of 1962. In boll'
B. Bohannon Jr
City Bank, First National Central
25' Rails of those there rela: I
Bank of Gainesville and Flori- 140.45 138.00 139.81 Up 1.40 years, was Air e
25 Industrials 832..64 823.20 829.00 Up 3.09 lively little further increase ir' Conditioning
da National Bank at Gaines- and Heating, including all duct
l'
ville. 5'0 Stocks 486.54 480.60 484.40 Up 2.24 total employment in the secon work. AvailabilityAt
Call us for free estimates.
\ : Commissioners took the special half of the year and unemployment S.E. 7th St. & 8th Ave. Phone FR 29561YOU'D
failed to decline. [ GUARANTY FEDERAL)
action the Jacksonvillebank
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could be used for deposit I STOCK FLASHESNEW I I|your for you funds at all are times.available!

part of the $6 bond million funds.capital improvement MARKET 4'.


YORK (AP) Strengthin '826.23. I f

Flood Control a selection of mining stocks The Associated Press aver- h ConvenienceGUARANTY

and cautious irregularity in the age of 60 stocks this week rose EXPECT TO PAY A LOT MORE .: '

Funds ApprovedFORT list as a whole highlighted stock .7 to 307.2. | FEDERAL K\\ .
market action last week. In' the course of the week, I conveniently located in up-[
The popular were the AP made his- FORAFIILL-SIZEDOLDSIIKETHIS [town Gainesville:
PIERCE (AP)Diree. averages average an rtr 220 North Main Street
tors of the 18-county Central and contradictory as to whether the toric high of 307.8 but the Dow Free Parking
South Florida Food Control District -market rose or fell, but losers industrials remained below, Rear of Building
outnumbered gainers on the their all-time peak of 830.17.Of Drive-In Window
approved Friday a $14 million .
Night Depository
New York Stock Exchange. 1,517 issues traded last
budget more than $1 million I You can save with us by!
lower than last year's Meanwhile, weekly volume week, 741 declined and 611 ad- I mail. We solicit and appreciate -|
budget.It slipped to 25,505,050 shares from vanced. I out of town ac-

calls for about $4 million in 26,796,270 the week before. Rails emerged with a clear- I counts.

construction, $3 million for land About 1.9 million shares of cut gain on the week. i i ._-: <-
this were accounted for by the Cigarette stocks had a spellof
acquisition and $2 million for operations '
two volume leaders Texas Gulf weakness followed J
by a period
during the fiscal
year Courteous &
Sulphur which 4% and as bearish and _
starting July 1, 196t. Last year's rose I strength '""N' ',
Calument & Hecla, which ad- bullish reports: came regardingthe .
budget was $15,408,784. ; '
vanced 6&. I industry. Savings-and-loan .
Directors have requested $15.5, Y
interest out to 1I' / '* y-- .
million in federal matching, Trading spread holding companies enjoyed a / }!{ 7 ,, Friendly
funds. a variety of mining issues, several -brief rally. Airlines spurted and I /

of them quite low-priced, then relapsed into another siegeof t ";.z {;
as buyers hoped that lightning profit taking.
Stuck ill Hole would strike and bring them The U.S. government bond 25c; 'Yr tl Service

quick capital gains on previously -market closed the week's trad

CALGARY, Alta. (AP) The, neglected issues. As the ing at 1864 highs, on the I At GUARANTY FEDERAL!
fire department came to the week ended, Wall Streeters strength of a steady, four-week I we make every effort tci I
rescue of Melvin Hewitt. He had: were speculating about which I serve )txj well in a Courteous -
rise.Volume and Friendly Manner.
:himself stuck in the lawn. Melvin !- metal stock would be the next in corporates totaled J ,
I
5, was rescued unhurt after to catch the public fancy. $51,748,000 par value comparedwith s_ --5-

trying for size a hole dug for a The Dow Jones industrial average $52,769,000 the previous ,.: ;: '.-,5' Rememberfor
new tree. this week fell 2.34 to, week.
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left are Mickey Edmundson president; Bill Faulk, vice president; Howard 'n_
115 S.E. 2nd Street Gainesville, Florida Free Parkinsn
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ett, right, with the letter's mother, Mrs. H. H senior honorees, Miss Janis Loften, left, and
Everett, inspected the diploma decking the front : Miss Sally Block, right, 'during the party, which
,. .. .. door of the University of Florida President's e- .' was attended by overSOO seniors,-their.mothers, -t
y; Residence, during the Graduation Tea honoring J -:" .. ,;'C'f :' r._ and women faculty members of Gainesville'and.. ;='*
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schools afternoon were when honored Dr. and with Mrs.a J.tea Wayne Thursday Reitz .5 : \\ll 0 mEn anD THE f fflfflILY Y YRuth


offered the use of the President's Residence
Weimer Women's Editor
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Gainesville Sun Sunday May 17, 1964 .


II I Calendar AAUW Garden Party Fetes President-elect League- Luncheon Set Thursday & I

"The Role of Political Par- ate from the University, Dr. Dr. McQuown also was active -

... .. ; __ : -- ties in the U. S." will be the McQuown joined the facultyof in politics in Kentucky
Of EventsSUNDAY ,p*. 8 u-'S& __ I the University of Kentucky.She ,serving as consultant to two

LL LL I ; i.; program topic presented by was active in the work governors of that state. She
+ Dr. Ruth 0. McQuown, as- of the League of Women Vot- went to England on a F u 1-

May 17 f11JF sistant professor of Political ers, serving as president of bright Scholarship to study
Alpha Xi Delta AlumnaePot S Science at the University of the Lexington, Ky. League, pressure groups in that coun-
Luck Supper, 6 p.m., Mrs. Florida, when she addressesthe State Legislative Chairmanof try. During World War II,
Max Tyler, 1800 NW 10th Ave- Gainesville League of the Kentucky League, and she was an economist with
nue.Jacob .1 R 1 1s Women Voters T h u r sday was a member of the Ken- the United States govern-
Roberts Brown Socie- noon at the Holiday Inn. tucky State Board. n.ent.
tyrCAR, 5 pjn., Mrs. Joseph \4 ) ff t Reservations for the lunch- ---

W.Hannon,1104 NE 5th Ter. eon are being taken by Mrs. 1- CARRY OUT COLD CUTS

race. .\ 1-y I. i1a '*,. '*4 kri3s J''' George S. Beers during the SALADS CHEESES, Etc.tamatttlla' .
Confirmation Exercises at 'V daytime or by Mrs. Jacqua- \
Congregation B'nai Israel, line Cole, in the evening.All .
SWr2nd Place and SW 2nd interested persons are *
Terrace. welcome to attend. I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Hagues family annual reunion After receiving her doctor - ------ -- -- ----- -
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I all day, Camp Olena. .

l MONDAY, May 18 .,
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University Women's Club, ...... :.. '
: "Spring Song" Luncheon, ....... -
1130 ajn.Gainesville. '
HOURS r.
Newcomers, City i .
10a.m.9
Recreation Center.St. 1 p.m.

.- Jude's Circle of St. Pat- 0 9 d A .i 1f f I Monday thruSaturday ...
rick's Church, 8:30: p.m., Mrs. I
Robert Giudice, 1001 NE 20th =
I Place. THE STORE WITH MORE
t GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ,sM
University City Bridge "Irk .
\ Club, 7:30 p.m., University of 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET

Florida Faculty Club, West
( Newberry Road.Gainesville ,

Bridge Club, j
\ 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center.
\r City Panhellenic Association 9;

\ ,,8 p.m., Mrs. John W. r& INSTANT DRAMA
I Sites: Mrs. J. P. Feaster, 764 r-
SW,37th Place, Idlywild. 9x ;

TUESDAY, May 19 V AT THEPROM
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Junior Welfare League Y' b k y( a 1
Board, 10:30: a.m., GainesvilleGolf R5 7 ri
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and Country Club. ---- -- -

Business and Profession Honoring Dr. Lalia Boone, state presidentelectof dent. Pictured with Mrs. Boone, above right, are
Women's Club, Installation the American Association of University Women, Mrs., Koru, center, and Mrs. Alfred C. Reed, stand .:

and Awards Night, 7 p.m., the Gainesville Branch entertained recently with a ing at. the left, and Mrs. Harlan Ellis, seated at the And all the Gay Socials to follow!
University Inn. garden party at the ahome of Mrs. Sadi Koru, presi- left.
Alachua County Republican (
Women's Club meeting, Two hundred guests attended sume the presidency of the neighboring branches, friendsof Mrs. S. Doyle Webb and
Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. the garden party and Florida Division of the orga- the association.Past Mrs. Henry Waits, assistedby t
St. Ann's Circle of St. Pat tea given recently by the nization Church 1 Mrs.W. Gainesville Branch of the Invitations the affair
rick's p.m., to ,
Mrs. Howard W. Weems, mittee, were in charge of ar
A. Little, 416 NE 10th Ave- American Association of Uni- given at the home of Mrs. Sa Jr., first vice president, rangements. /
versity Women to honor Dr. di Koru, branch president, .
greeted visitors at the door.
<<
nue.MORE Program Panel, 8p.m. Lalia Boone, who will as were extended to members, The reception line included b4fy &} '
Commissioner Room
Mrs. Koru, Dr. Boone, "
Fourth Floor, Courthouse.P. Mrs. Harlan Ellis, chairmanof
K. Yonge PTA Executive Garden Club the division implementation r.4..% \
Board Meeting 7 p.m., Faculty ,
committee; Mrs. -James ; ::
PTA General Meet-
Lounge, A. Noland, incoming state
ing, 8 pjn., auditorium. '' IN YOUR 1d. ti.
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and
corresponding
Wins High HonorsTwo secretary; Y9t :
8 m., City
Merrysteppers Center.Gainesville p. Mrs. W. D. Stevens, state r, KITCHEN
Recreation faucet
publicity chairman. Only
Rose Society, 8
of the highest honors sette for the "Best Flower Past presidents pouring .S With D/afcef
p. m., Community Room and, presented by the Florida Fed- Show Schedule," which was throughout the afternoonwere Cartridge!
Federal Savings
Guaranty eration of Garden Clubs Inc. written by Mrs. John W. Flow- Mrs. B. W. Ames, Mrs. .
Association.
Loan and two honorable mention Fred H. _Heath, Mrs. PaulH.
WEDNESDAY, Woman's May 20 Club awards were won by the ers.Honorable mention awards Hanna, and Mrs. Stanley '
Gainesville
Gainesville Garden Club at were presented for the club's Mathis. i
May Breakfast, 12:30 p.m., the state convention in Hol- '
West University Hospital Parking Landscape Roses, hydrangeas and !
Clubhouse
lywood Beach last week. project and the Junior spring flowers along with the
Avenue. The Gainesville Club re- Camping Scholarship, which pool garden adjoining the liv- SHOCKLEY
C 1 b
Gainesville Bridge u ,
ceived the Silver Rosette for was awarded Diane Williams, ing room of the Koru home, I PLUMBING INC. / I
7.30 p.m., Holiday Inn. 515 S.E. 11th Place {,, i,: 1 f
I the "Best Flower Show in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. formed the decorative back- "a
I, PEO, 10 a.m., 372-0405
Chapter 19S3," and the Bronze Ro- Jack Williams. ground for the party. I
Mrs. Franklin S. Perry, Mrs. 'I
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Carl H. Johnson, 949 SW 13th
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i University City Bridge Club,
7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW

15th Terrace. .,Q. g f
Alachua Classroom Teachers 1i
Association, Board Meet-

ing, 3:45 pjn., J. J. Finley.
THURSDAY, May 21
Gainesville League of Women -

i, Voters, Noon, Holiday Inn.
I Gainesville Chapter 44, OES,
St. I 1 aFa 5% 3C-'srx:
8 p.m., Masonic Temple.
j I Theresa's Circle of St. Pat- I ... tai 4 a;.,aearer u'yeti<; ? I

trick's Church, 8 p.m., Mrs.

Street.Roy Hebel, 1414 NE 13th a r I :

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with a patio supper and in- The great swim look of
formal dance to complimentMiss ? ,
Gayle Cross and her fiance &ai&active /iI 1

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The car port of the McDan- : knits .
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with silver wedding bells and 1 in pants-perfect lengths... .
streamers enclosing the area /\ they hold you in. .. '
and entered through a I back
guests never hold
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You'll
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large silver wedding ring. Cool, porous, light yet firm... -- --
The hostess designed and cute and comfortable 1 end they're Stay There active stretch

made a special wedding book 2 suits knitsl! They move with you, .JUNlol.,,.iASNtONS.,.. .. !
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couple registered as they ar I I twig, and especially / bind! Exclusive with Hollywood :

rived.Torches and colored lights 'I this suit with red and greenor Vassarette in every pants-perfect ; : The
( Shortie"brief Iri/ Extravagance
were used to light the yard 'T t length. Left: "Sportie :
and waterfall of the McDan- I \ r green and blue plaid top t.4. S-2 for swimsuits, shorts. :..:. : ,
iell garden. II I t' with white pleated skirt. White. S-M-L 3.50. Right: knee- .
Dessert was served from t length S-16.non-stop control for '- <' of Embroidery
the bride's table, centered I stretch pants.White,SMU7.95.Ruddy's 1

with a wedding cake and Junior Sizes .... $16.00
flanked by white tapers.

honored Gift PresentedThe couple was 4 9 .

presented with a wooden sal- s '& 17.95
ad bowl set by the hosts. I
Assisting in the hospitalities Lingerie Dept.
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman -. '::,-
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Bristowe and Mr. and Mrs. See the sweet innocence of baby-fine tucks,tiny
Joe Ponzio. J\ HER MAJESTY sleeves. the flattery of gently-shaped neck:
Among the guests enter- lines. Choose yours with a whirl of a skirt or a
tained Senator and Mrs: sheath's reed-slim The result is sweet,
were J Look at the pretty styles I for all sizes of ways.
J. Emory Cross, parents of I I girls .' copri pajamas dolls gowns fragile simply beguiling! Have it in Graduation -
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the bride-to-be; Dr. and Mrs. ':, t--/ in smooth cotton fabrics. Aft I are beauti $ Just a few of many white, pink, blue, mint or maize. Sizes 5-15

Caspar Rappenecker, Parents fully trimmed in various styles. Choose 2 flattering styles _" in the group. ,
of the bridegroom-elect; .- from a selection of pastels in checks and Others Size 5 15
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pierson, prints. .
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Cook, ,j priced 9992995.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mooneyand 4 SIZES 4 TO 14 REG. $4 t

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CalendarOf AAUW Garden Party Fetes President-elect J League." Luncheon Set / nu.rsa.ay II

"The Role of Political Par- ate from the University, Dr. Dr. McQuown also was active -
__..__ __._.____ u__u__un_ the in politics in Kentucky
r i> 0ft4U ties in the U. S." will be the McQuown joined faculty
EventsSUNDAY of the University of Kentucky.She serving as consultant to two
program topic presented by was active in the workof governors of that state. She

Dr. Ruth 0. McQuown, as- the League of Women Vot- went to England on a F u 1-

May 17 sistant professor of Political ers, serving as president of bright Scholarship to study
Alpha Xi Delta AlumnaePot Science at the University of the Lexington, Ky. League, pressure groups in that country -
Luck Supper, 6 p.m., Mrs. ": Florida, when she addressesthe State Legislative Chairmanof During World War II,
Max Tyler, 1800 NW 10th Ave Gainesville League of the Kentucky League, and she was an economist with

nue.Jacob mss I RiVVt Women Voters T h u r sday was a member of the Kentucky the United States govern-
Roberts Brown Society p--- noon at the Holiday Inn. State Board. n.ent.
;CARS p.m., Mrs. Joseph ) Reservations for the lunch 1 ---- --.-

Wr-Hannon, 1104 NE 5th Terrace eon are being taken by Mrs. \ CARRY OUT COLD CUTS
3a i George S. Beers during the Etc.Carmantlla's.
SALADS CHEESES,
Confirmation Exercises at daytime or by Mrs. Jacqualine I
Congregation B'nai Israel Cole, in the evening.
SW:".2nd Place and SW 2nd All interested persons are

Terrace. welcome to attend. I 706 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE

Hagues family annual reunion After receiving her doctor --- ----- --- ---
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MONDAY, May 18
I University: Women's Club, firT

j "Spring Song" Luncheon,
11120 a.m.Gainesville.
\ HOURS
Newcomers, City
Recreation Center. 10 a.rst. 9 p.m.

I St.: Jude's Circle of St. Pat Monday thruSaturday ,..

l rick's Church, 8:30: p.m., Mrs.
' Robert Giudice, 1001 NE 20th
! Place. THE STORE WITH MORE
t GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ; el
J University City Bridge '
\ Club_ 7:30 p.m., University of 1302 NORTH MAIN STREET
fir. s
Florida Faculty Club, West .
( Newberry Road.Gainesville j
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Bridge Club, ,
I 7:30 p.m., Recreation Center. ,
r City Panhellenic Association -

I 8 p.m., Mrs. John W. INSTANT DRAMA
I Sites, Mrs. J. P. Feaster, 764 '9h
SWT37th: Place, Idlywild. "oX; Y a: X
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TUESDAY, May 19 AT THEPROM
Junior Welfare League
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Board 10:30 a.m., GainesvilleGolf : jj
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Business and Profession a 1 Honoring Dr. Lalia Boone, state presidentelectof dent. Pictured with Mrs. Boone above right, are *o 4

Women's Club, Installation the American Association of University Women, Mrs.. Koru, center, and Mrs. Alfred C. Reed, stand- .': '
and Awards Night, 7 p.m., the Gainesville Branch entertained recently with a ing at the left, and Mrs. Harlan Ellis, seated at the And all the Gay Socials to follow!
University Inn. garden party at the ahome of Mrs. Sadi Koru, presi- left.
Alachua County Republican -
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Women's Club meeting, Two hundred guests at- some the presidency of the neighboring branches, friendsof Mrs. S. Doyle Webb and lrah

Noon, Park Lane Cafeteria. tended the garden party and Florida Division of the orga- the association. Mrs. Henry Waits, assistedby
St. Ann's Circle of St. Pat- tea given recently by the nization Jn July 1. Past Presidents Pour members of the tea com-
rick's Church, 1 p.m., Mrs.W. Gainesville Branch of the Invitations to the affair, ,.
Mrs. Howard mittee
W. Weems, were in charge of ar
A. Little, 416 NE 10th Ave- American Association of Uni- given at the home of Mrs. Sa Jr., first vice president, rangements. :,;: : '1.
versity Women to honor Dr. di Koru, branch president, 1\
greeted visitors at the door.
nue.MORE Program Panel, 8p.m. Lalia Boone, who will as- were extended to members,
The reception line included
., Commissioner Room, Mrs. Koru, Dr. Boone, && modern withIN 1,6OJ

Fourth Floor, Courthouse.P. Mrs. Harlan Ellis, chairmanof
K. Yonge PTA Executive Garden Club the division implementation :ia :. \
Board Meeting 7 p.m., Faculty committee; Mrs. .James ,

Lounge, PTA General Meet- A. Noland, incoming state
ing, 8 p.m., auditorium. Wins corresponding secretary; and ''-' YOUR fir
High HonorsTwo
Merrysteppers, 8 p. m., City Mrs. W. D. Stevens, state U, KITCHEN
Center.Gainesville .
Recreation publicity chairman. Only faucet
Rose Society, 8
of the highest honors sette for the "Best Flower Past presidents pouring .q With DiafctfCartridat
Community Room, !
p. m., andloan presented by the Florida Fed- Show Schedule," which was throughout the afternoonwere
Federal Savings
Guaranty Association. eration of Garden Clubs Inc. written by Mrs. John W. Flow- Mrs. B. W. Ames, Mrs. 0gj .
and two honorable mention Fred H. Heath, Mrs. PaulH.
WEDNESDAY, Woman's May 20 Club awards were won by the ers.Honorable mention awards Hanna, and Mrs. Stanley
Gainesville Gainesville Garden Club at were presented for the club's Mathis. I
May Breakfast, 12:30 p.m., the state convention in Hollywood Hospital Parking Landscape Roses, hydrangeas and
Clubhouse West University c' rh
Beach last week. project and the Junior spring flowers along with the

Avenue. Club The Gainesville Club received Camping Scholarship, which pool garden adjoining the liv- SHOCKLEY
Gainesville Bridge ,
the Silver Rosette for was awarded Diane Williams, ing room of the Koru home, 1 PLUMBING INC. / I
I 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. the "Best Flower Show in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. formed the decorative back- 515 S.E. 11th Place
I, PEO, 10 a.m., I I 3720405active
Chapter 1963," and the Bronze Ro- Jack Williams. ground for the party. I I I
Mrs. Franklin S. Perry, Mrs. --- --- \
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\ Carl H. Johnson, 949 SW 13th
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+ University City Bridge Club,
I 7:30 p.m., Weed Hall, 107 NW
15th Terrace.
Alachua Classroom Teachers -

Association, Board Meet-

ing, 3:45 p.m., J. J. Finley.
THURSDAY, May 21 a
Gainesville League of Women -

i Voters, Noon, Holiday Inn. i
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Gainesville Chapter .
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8 p.m., Masonic Temple. St. ,
I Theresa's Circle of St. Pat-
1 trick's Church 8 p.m., Mrs.

Roy Hebel, 1414 NE 13th
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with a patio supper and in- The great swim look of ,
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formal dance to complimentMiss w',. A > :A.
Gayle Cross and her fiance tt1i 'S y ;ass
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Caspar RappeneckerJr. BEACH PARTY L '
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an event of June 6. .'
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The car port of the McDan- knits '
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silver wedding bells and in pants-perfect lengths. .. -

streamers enclosing the area they hold you in. .. "
and entered through a I hold back
guests never you
You'll love the selection of __ .
large silver wedding ring. Cool, porous, light yet firm...
t The hostess designed and cute and comfortable 1 and 'i V they're Stay There8 active stretch

made which a special the 75 wedding friends of bookin the 2 pc. suits at both Ruddy's knits! They move with you, ....!. .,. ..PAUNONS., ..., ,,,_.:... 1-
breathe with you-never cut or
couple registered as they ar I and twig, and especiallythis #i bind! Exclusive with Hollywood

rived.Torches and colored lights I' suit with red and green w Vassarette in every pants-perfect ; ; 1 .The Extravagance

were used to light the yard i or and blue length. Left: "Sportie Shortie"brief jr/I
green plaid
and waterfall of the McDan- i top t: S-2 for swimsuits shorts. ;: : .
iell garden. i 1 with white pleated skirt. White S-M-U 3.50. Right: knee- :
Dessert was served from length S-16 non-stop control for ." of
the bride's table, centered stretch pants White,SMU7.95.Ruddy's ; f Embroidery

with a wedding cake and Junior Sizes .... $16.00
flanked by white tapers. L

honored Gift PresentedThe couple was f ,- 9 .

presented with.a wooden sal- \ : r & 17.95 ,
ad bowl set by the hosts. I '
Assisting in the hospitalities i V. Lingerie Dept.
throughout the eveningwere I 1st Floor

Mr. and Mrs.. Norman ..'". .
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Yost, Mr. and Mrs. Adrayn I 't : ._ Youngest look a Junior could choose when the
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Keel, Mr. and Mrs. Dick GIRLS SUMMER SLEEP WEAR -:-- :$<'V. occasion calls for; a knowing touch of drama.
Bristowe and Mr. and Mrs. V V See the sweet innocence of baby-fine tucks,tiny
Joe Ponzio. i i HER MAJESTY sleeves the flattery of gently-shaped neck
Among the guests enter- lines. Choose yours with a whirl of a skirt or a

tained were Senator and Mrs Look at the pretty styles for all sizes of sheath's reed-slim ways. The result is sweet
J. Emory Cross parents of girls .' capri pajamas, baby dolls gowns fragile simply beguiling I Have it in Graduation
the bride-to-be; Dr. and Mrs. i i.- / in smooth cotton fabrics. All I are beauti $199 Just a few of many white, pink, blue, mint or maize. Sizes 5-15

Caspar Rappenecker, Parents fully trimmed in various styles. Choose flattering styles _. in the group. a
of the bridegroom-elect; :' from a selection of pastels in checks and Others Size 5 15
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Piersdn, prints. .
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Cook, priced 9.99-29.95.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mooneyand ; SIZES 4 TO 14 REG. $4

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Brides'BookWEDNESDAY r6f' 1 Spring :: : McClellanYoungSolemnized

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Young George
May 20 j:
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Miscellaneous shower hon- '. .:. .}. (.. ? McCIellan, which took p 1 ace
oring Miss Betsy Richardson, t.i at the First Baptist C h u rch.

fiancee of Kenneth Jay Al- S S x Dr. Fred T. Laughon Jr., pas-

ligood, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nat Rob- :" .;( tor, officiated at the doub 1 e
ertson, 1201 NW 34th Terrace. .. ;: .':. .. ring ceremony.The .

FRIDAY, May 22" bride is the daughter of
Linen shower / Mr. and Mrs. John B.
complimenting '.:: : '.
Miss Gayle Cross, bride- >. }.' :. Young of Gainesville, and the
elect of Casper RappeneckerJr. bridegroom is the son of Mrs.

., 8 pjn., Miss Dianne Wilma McCIellan, also
Cook.- ,Miss Carolyn Mooney H a trs of Gainesville.The .
and Miss 'Anne Wigley ,, z altar was decorated
home of Miss Cook, 923 NW 9; r. S' with lighted tapers and arrangements .-
36fh Terrace. w.4N.'v of white gladioli,

SATURDAY, May 23 .' chrysanthemums and lilies.
Post-nuptial coffee I onor- } Miss Sylvia Berry, organist,
in Mrs. Charles Mayr J the )f..' ; provided nuptial select ions,
former Miss Carol MctowaJ, .>r. and Dr. Robert E. Carson was
and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of soloist.

St: Petersburg, the former :r L I Brother Escorts Bride .i \
Miss Barbara Tilghman, 10 / i
a.m. to noon, Mrs. Herbert Given in marriage by her
A':Meyer and her daughter, j j'y $ 'h.i .i brother, Robert Y o u n g, the

Miss Carol Meyer, 1929 NW : ; ., ,' "' '' bride wore a white afternoon
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Seventh Lane.Luncheon "s 4' ;g3xrx< aa:! are,, .y gown of peau de soie and lace.
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Gayle Cross, fiancee of Casper ......'V"'h ...".". .<. .. '. tiara of seed pearls. She \
Rappenecker Jr., 1 p.m., ..Pi' '.".. '" ... 4 f carried a cascade bouquet of
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Mrs. Z. M. Pirenian and her '" ., carnation and an orchid. \. \ \
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daughter Mrs.. Robert Decker / ; Miss Dixie Lee Cone was
; Holiday Inn. f. M r maid of honor. She wore a Ik

Wedding of Miss Juliet 't blue chiffon dress, matchi n g
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Wood, daughter of Mr. and .'.<..' 4 'Y. "'J Ab lace head piece, and carr i e d
Mrs. Wilbur Leon Wood of ..)i5: a bouquet of pink carnations.
Alachua, and James Harvey :';;",?,<,/> \w.h.: -c-: : '- Attending the bridegroom

Thaxton Jr., son of Mr. and r .<*,!,-,,,;..( 7./ :; was his grandfather, O. M.
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Mrs. James Harvey ThaxtonSr :: Maines Sr. Ushers were Robert -
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of Americus, Ga., 5 p.m., ,. __ Gainous and Lauren Roby.

Holy Trinity Episcopal .;.-. The bride's mother chose a _. .......... ....n. = -
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Church. beige lace dress, and the Mrs. George W. McCIellan l I

SUNDAY, May 24 .._ .' ._, .;.::../..'..l'....(-.-.-..i'-._-. _w.--w.-___'..'.,". '. bridegroom's mother wore a lowship Hall. Lighted tapers Miss Wanda Huckabee
Tea honoring Miss Gayle beige embossed silk taffeta kept
Cross, bride-elect of Caspar s | dress. Both wore orchid cor- and arrangements of white the bride's book.
Rappenecker Jr., 4 to 6 p.m., Mrs. Charles A. LancasterLancasterGibney [ sages. gladioli and carnations were The bride choose a n a ''y
Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and .- .. Following the ceremony a the appointments used in the blue suit and bone accessoriesfor

her daughter Miss C a rol Mrs. Frank Jimmie Jamison III reception was given in Fel- reception room. traveling. After a wed-
Meyer, 1929 NW Seventh The bride's table was cover- ding trip to Silver Springs, the
Lane. ed with a white drawn cloth, newlyweds will establish a
Jamison- S beige lace suit and matching made by the bridegr o o m' s home in their trailer at Hickory
MIAMI-Miss Sharon Bas- as best man and William Fes- accessories for her daughter'swedding. grandmother and decorated Hill Trailer Park.

sett Gibney, daughter of Mr. chette was usher. The bridegroom'smother with an arrangement of pink Out of town guests includedMr.
.i 1 and Mrs. Richard D. Gibneyof The bride's mother chose a chose an aqua lace roses. and Mrs. O. M. MainesJr.

Miami, became the brideof sunset pink dress with match- Bedenbauqh dress and matching accesso- The punch table was cover- ., Plant City; Mr. and Mrs.T. .
Charles A. Lancaster son ing accessories for her daugh- ries. Both wore orchid cor ed with a white linen cut work R. Maines, Inverness;
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of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. ter's wedding. The bride- sages.A cloth and centered with the Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y. Maines

Lancaster of Gainesville, Sat- groom's mother wore a beige The marriage of Miss Lila taffeta. Lace appliques adorned reception was given at wedding cake. Two silver and daughter Harriet, Lake
zv' urday afternoon at St. John's sheath dress with a matchinghat Wendelyn Bedenbaugh and the bodice and skirt, which the church lounge. followingthe punch bowls were placed at Butler; Mr. and Mrs. E. N.

Episcopal Church of Holly- and accessories. Both had Frank Jimmie Jamison III featured a chapel train. Her silver ceremony.A candelabra, adorned either end. Compotes holding Berry and daughter, Sylvia,
a wood, Fla. orchid corsages. was solemnized Saturday veil of illusion fell from a with sweetheart arrangements of pink High Springs, Robert Young,
Rev. Charles F. Shilling of- evening. in the University coronet of seed pearls and pink and roses rosebuds and silver candela- Miami; Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
stock daisies baby
Blue Decor ,
ficiated at the double ring FeaturedA Methodist Church of Gaines- she carried a white Bible cov- breath centered the bride's bra holding pink tapers com- Riherd, Tallahassee, and Mr.

ceremony. Mrs. 0. H. John- reception followed the ville with Rev. Thaxton ered with an orchid, lilies of table, ,and baskets of white pleted the apointments. and Mrs. Richard Young,

w son of Hollywood, was organist ceremony in the Parish Springfield, pastor, performing the. valley and stephanotis. chrysanthemums and gladoli Reception AssistantsMrs. Montgomery, Ala.Shower .
Mtr and Miss Mary Cox was Hall. Blue floral appointmentswere te doublhe ring ceremony.The Attending the bride was her decorated the reception room. Given
bride is the daughter of E. N. Berry cut and
soloist. the decorations used. cousin, Miss Marianne Torre- Mrs. James R. Heath and
her The bride's table Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Vause of McLean Va. served the wedding cake. The bride was honored at a
Given in marriage by was covered grossa as Mrs. Jack Torregrossa, auntsof
father, the bride wore a with a pale blue tulle Bedenbaugh of Gainesville and maid of honor and Mrs. DonC. the bride, cut the wedding Pouring punch were Mrs. Sarah miscellaneous shower recently
I floor-length gown of silk or- overskirt over linen and embellished the bridegroom is the son of Smallwood and Mrs. Rob- cake. Huckabee and Miss La- given by Miss LaVer n e
ganza over taffeta with a with satin bows. The Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jimmie ert Snyder as, bridesmatrons.The Those pouring punch were Verne Villeneuve. Assistingwith Villenerve, Miss Dixie C o ne,
k o \. cummerbund of Alencon lace wedding cake centered the Jamison Jr. of Winter Park. maid of honor wore a Mrs. Lester Robinson, Mrs. the hospitalities were Mrs. Sarah Huckabee, and
and a chapel train. Her veil table. The chancel was adorned with jewel pink silk dress, and the Margaret Wurster'Mrs.. Jurn-- Miss Sara Childers, Mrs. Airs. V. W. Villeneuve.
of silk illusion was held bya For traveling, the bride baskets of white gladioli, white bridesmatrons wore matching ita McDivitt and Miss Ada Judy Twomble; Mrs. Hal Y. Lavender and blue appoint-
1 :; crown of crystal and pearls. chose a blue sheath dress and chrysanthemums pompons dresses in light pink. They Smith. Maines, Mrs. R.: T. Crouch, ments decorated the serving
< i"3 She carried a white satin white accessories. and fern.Nuptial. carried bouquets of white Mrs. W. E. Cauthen received Mrs. John E. Maines, Mrs. 0. table.

:j prayer book adorned with' an Following a wedding trip music was presented daisies. guests at the door and M. Maines Jr., and Mrs. T. Twenty guests'were present
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orchid and stephanotis. The to the Keys, the couple will by Mrs. Arnold Wirtala, Serving as best man was Mrs. G. Henry Turner assisted R. Maines.. 1 .

prayer book held an heirloom live in St. Petersburg until organist. Frank Jimmie Jamison Jr. with, the hospitalities. I ---- ----------
a'S handkerchief given to her by September when they will Given in marriage by her Ushers were James Heath The bride's book was kept \ .."
q 5"i an aunt, Miss Joyce Gibney. move to Gainesville. Mr. Lan- father, the bride wore a white of McLean, Va., and Jerrold by Mrs. Tom Furgerson and
i : \' Sisters are AttendantsThe caster will do graduate workat gown of peau de soie over lay- Witsil .of Orlando. Miss Lynn Jamison. sister of \
l a0o. bride was' attended by the University of Florida. ers of starched net and bridal The bride's mother chose a the bridegroom. : : :: \

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ford's Jewelers. These beautiful ladies are being greeted by Mr. Godfrey on their arrival at the Gainesville Air- S
port. They placed ninth in a field of 24 entrants in the International l Women's Air Race from Monterrey \ \
When an appointment you are ready stating to announce that you your want engagement to take advantageof phonefor Mexico to Gainesville. Their plane a Piper Cherokee 235, with an appropriate motto of Time Flies." carried the \ d y yJ

our "Wedding Package Plan" later weset, the,second I colors of Rutherford's Jewelry store and Rolex. Both girls relied on the accurate. time-keeping precision of their y w 1 \
appointment to make your formal studio portrait and Rolex watches in computing the precious minutes logged in the race. J fLDJ \
I finally on your wedding day we tell your wedding story in 8 \ 4S
love! informal wedding photographs. I Though looking all the world like Miss America candidates, the attractive ladies above are both. seasoned S ,
i prop and jet plane commercial pilots, with over 700 hours log time as a flying team., S \ \

i Nancy is the wife of Lt. Cmdr. Don Lynam of Alameda' Calif., and Is the mother of three children. She 1 crr S
"Outstanding Photography ': took up flying as a hobby in self-defense to keep from worrying over unknown dangers her husband encoun- \ \
rered as a Navy test pilot. \ 4
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; FR 6-5323 : Ellen Bateman of Washington, D. C., is also a mother. Her son. Danny is now 15. Flying is also a hobby S I S
I I with her. In addition to holding both prop and jet pilot's licenses she holds multi-engine and glider ratings. S .103 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE I
: 821 N.w.13th St. 'Both girls design and make all 'their flight and dress clothes. S 1

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Solemnized Thursday eve-
ning was the wedding of Miss

May 20 I Brides Laura Young and George W.

Miscellaneous shower hon- > :.;t. : McClellan, which took placeat
oring Miss Betsy Richardson, \ the First Baptist Church
fiancee of Kenneth Jay Al- Dr. Fred T. Laughon Jr., pas- Y.

ligood, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nat Rob- >. ia tor, officiated at the doub 1 e K
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ertson 1201 NW 34th Terrace. t j' .. ring ceremony.The .
FRIDAY, May 220 bride is the daughter of
Linen shower complimenting Mr. and Mrs., John B.
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Miss Gayle Cross, bride- Young, of Gainesville, and the
elect of Casper RappeneckerJr. tIL bridegroom is the son of Mrs.

., 8 p.m., Miss Dianne M, Wilma McClellan, alsoof
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Cook. Miss Carolyn Moon- Gainesville.The .
ey and Miss '''Anne Wigley, altar was decor ate d

home of Miss Cook, 923 NW with lighted tapers and arrangements
36ih Terrace. '.7' of white gladioli,

SATURDAY, May 23 chrysanthemums and lilies.
Post-nuptial coffee i onor- ; 4 Miss Sylvia Berry, organist, Y
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ing Mrs. Charles Mayr J the A E ?
former Miss Carol McOowaU, .?U5. >>45... ; and Dr. Robert E. Carson'was ,
and Mrs. Daniel B. Schuh of a xt soloist. w I Ia Ii
St. Petersburg, the former ;;: >::. .. _
Miss Barbara Tilghman, 10 ;:;:: : ( ___ Brother Escorts Bride

a.m. to noon, Mrs. Herbert ___ Given in marriage by her
A.Meyer and her daughter, brother, Robert Y o u n g, the
Miss! Carol Meyer, 1929 NW ,fr bride wore a white afternoon
Seventh Lane.Luncheon q a gown of peau de soie and lace.
honoring Miss ruf Her veil of illusion fell f roma

Gayle Cross, fiancee of Cas- tt : tiara of seed pearls. She
per Rappenecker Jr., 1 p.m., t, '''i 1 1v carried a cascade bouquet of
Mrs. Z. M. Pirenian and her .x f.... carnation and an orchid.
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daughter, 'Mrs Robert Decker ,5 Miss Dixie Lee Cone was
; Holiday Inn. k f maid of h o n o r. She wore a
Wedding of Miss Juliet { blue chiffon dress, matchi n g
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a
Wood, daughter of Mr. and F'. .. .. : <,".jIr } lace head piece, and carr i e d
Mrs. Wilbur Leon Wood of ; t a bouquet of pink carnations.
Alachua, and James Harvey ../;:;- :::' j"Y r\ r o. Attending the bridegroom

Thaxton Jr., son of Mr. and : z was his grandfather, O. M.
Mrs. James Harvey ThaxtonSr ;J'f// Maines Sr. Ushers were Rob-

of Americus, Ga., 5 p.m., .::> '", __ ert Gainous and Lauren Roby. YA

Holy Trinity Episcopal The bride's mother chose a .. .. ...-..........m..mmnnnm, a n._ _
Church. ) beige lace dress, and the Mrs. George W. McClellan I

SUNDAY, May 24 .. .. ., ._.. .,. bridegroom's mother wore a
- "' --- lowship Hall. Lighted tapers Miss Wanda Huckabee
Tea honoring Miss Gayle beige embossed silk taffeta kept
Cross, bride-elect of Caspar R '! Y a dress. Both wore orchid cor- and arrangements of w hit e the bride's book.
Mrs. Charles A. Lancaster s 7 0 P 4 gladioli and carnations were The bride choose "
Rappenecker Jr., 4 to 6 p.m., sages. a n a y
Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and Following the ceremony, a the appointments used in the blue suit and bone accessoriesfor

her daughter, Miss Carol Mrs. Frank Jimmie Jamison III reception was given in Fel- reception room. traveling. After a wed-
Meyer, 1929 NW Seventh LancasterGibnevMIAMI The bride's table was cover- ding trip to Silver Springs, the
Lane. ed with a white drawn cloth, newlyweds will establish a
I Jamison- S beige lace suit and matching made by the bridegr 0 o m' s home in their trailer at Hick-

Sharon Bas- as best man and William Fes- accessories for her daughter's grandmother and decorated ory Hill Trailer Park.
sett Gibney, daughter of Mr. chette was usher. wedding. The bridegroom'smother with an arrangement of pink Out of town guests includedMr.
I and Mrs. Richard D. Gibney The bride's mother chose a chose an aqua lace roses. and Mrs. O. M. MainesJr.
of Miami, became the brideof sunset pink dress with match- Bedenbaugh dress and matching accesso- The punch table was cover- ., Plant City; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Lancaster, son ing accessories for her daugh- ries. .Both wore orchid cor ed with a white linen cut work T. R. Maines, Inverness;
mow as of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. ter's wedding. The bride- sages.A cloth and centered with the Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y. Maines
tib* I Lancaster of Gainesville Sat- groom's mother wore a beige The marriage of Miss Lila taffeta. Lace appliques adorned reception was given at wedding cake. Two silver and daughter, Harriet, Lake
the church followingthe
urday afternoon at St. John's sheath dress with a matchinghat Wendelyn Bedenbaugh and the bodice and skirt, which lounge. punch bowls were placed at Butler; Mr. and Mrs. E. N.

I Episcopal Church of Holly- and accessories. Both had Frank Jimmie Jamison III featured a chapel train. Her silver ceremony.A candelabra, adorned either end. Compotes h o 1 d- Berry, and daughter, Sylvia,
wood, Fla. orchid corsages. was solemnized Saturday veil of illusion fell from a with sweetheart roses, ing arrangements of pink High Springs, Robert Young,
pink
{ Rev. Charles F. Shilling of- Blue evening in the University coronet of seed pearls, and stock daisies and baby rosebuds and silver candela- Miami; Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Decor ,
H ficiated at the double ring FeaturedA Methodist Church of Gaines- she carried a white Bible cov- breath, centered the bride's bra holding pink tapers com- Riherd, Tallahassee and Mr.
S.
abfrt i ceremony. Mrs. O. H. John- reception followed the ville with Rev. Thaxton ered with an orchid, lilies of table, and baskets of white pleted the apointments. and Mrs. Richard Young,

son of Hollywood, was organist ceremony in the Parish Springfield, pastor, performing the, valley and stephanotis. chrysanthemums and gladoli Reception AssistantsMrs. Montgomery, Ala.Shower .
and Miss Mary Cox was Hall. Blue floral appointmentswere te doublhe ring ceremony.The Attending the bride was her decorated the reception room. Given
bride is the daughter of E. N. Berry cut and
soloist. the decorations used. cousin, Miss Marianne Torre- Mrs. James R. Heath and
The bride's table Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Vause of McLean Va. served the wedding cake. The bride was honored at a
Given in marriage by her was cov- grossa as Mrs. Jack Torregrossa, auntsof
father, the bride wore a ered with a pale blue tulle Bedenbaugh of Gainesville and maid of honor and Mrs. DonC. the bride, cut the wedding Pouring punch were Mrs. Sa- miscellaneous shower recently -
, floor-length gown of silk or- overskirt over linen and embellished the bridegroom is the son of Smallwood and Mrs. Rob- cake. rah Huckabee and Miss La- given by Miss laVer n e
; ganza over taffeta with a with satin bows. The Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jimmie ert Snyder as bridesmatrons.The Those pouring punch were Verne Villeneuve.; Assistingwith Villenerve, Miss Dixie C o ne,
cummerbund of Alencon lace, wedding cake centered the Jamison Jr. of Winter Park. maid of honor wore a Mrs. Lester Robinson, Mrs. the hospitalities were Mrs. Sarah Huckabee, and
% and a chapel train. Her veil table. The chancel was adorned with jewel pink silk dress, and the Margaret Wurster,'MrsJurn4' Miss Sara Childers, Mrs. Mrs.' V. W. Villeneuve.
1' #; of silk illusion was held bya For traveling, the bride baskets of white gladioli, white bridesmatrons wore matching ita McDivitt and Miss Ada Judy Twomble; Mrs. Hal Y. Lavender and blue appoint-
I crown of crystal and pearls. chose a blue sheath dress and chrysanthemums pompons dresses in light pink. They Smith. Maines, Mrs. R.: T. Crouch, ments decorated the serving
She carried a white satin white accessories. and fern.Nuptial. carried bouquets of white Mrs. W. E. Cauthen received Mrs. John E. Maines, Mrs. O. table.

prayer book adorned with' an Following a wedding tripto music was presented daisies. guests at the door and M. Maines Jr., and Mrs. T. Twenty guests'were pres-

orchid and stephanotis. The the Keys the couple will by Mrs. Arnold Wirtala, Serving as best man was Mrs. G. Henry Turner assist- R. Maines.. ent.tk2i4o'tdn.

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handkerchief given to her by September, when they will Given in marriage by her Ushers were James Heath bride's book was kept \ ...
an aunt, Miss Joyce Gibney. move to Gainesville. Mr. lan- father, the bride wore a white of McLean, Va., and Jerrold by Mrs. Tom Furgerson and
Sisters are AttendantsThe caster will do graduate workat gown of peau de soie over lay- Witsil of Orlando. Miss Lynn Jamison. sister of \
l tI bride was attended by the University of Florida. ers of starched net and bridal The bride's mother chose a the bridegroom. \

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David Leone, who were mar- given to her at her confirma- \ \
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May 9. The Rev.Earle wI' j 'lce; \, 'O- \
reception dinner at the Gaines- .
Page, rector, performed the ville Golf and Country Club.A !
double ring ceremony.The ti .
wedding trip to Puerto r t f :
bride is the former \
Miss Mary Charner Powell, Rico and the Virgin Islandsis '\ 4\\t \
daughter of Mrs. L. J. Malau- planned by the newlywedsthis i t1 !
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the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. student at the University of

I J. Leone of Honeoye Falls, Florida. The bridegroom was S
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($62.50 VALUE) Above (left to right) are Ellen Bateman co-pilot Nancy Lyman. pilot and Gordon Godfrey mgr. of Ruther \
: ford's Jewelers. These beautiful ladies are being greeted by Mr. Godfrey on their arrival at the Gainesville Air- \
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'port. They placed ninth in a field of 24 entrants in the International Women's Air Race from Monterrey. 4
for When an appointment you are ready stating to announce that you your want engagement to take advantageof phone Mexico to Gainesville. Their plane a Piper Cherokee 235, with an appropriate motto of 'Time Flies," carried the \ d S SS

our'"Wedding Package Plan" later we,set the second colors of Rutherford's Jewelry store and Rolex. Both girls relied on the accurate. time-keeping precision of their S \
appointment to make your formal studio portrait and Rolex watches in computing the precious minutes logged in the race. lla a ,5.
I finally on your wedding day we tell your wedding story in 8 \ 4 i
lovel) informal wedding photographs. Though looking all the world like Miss America candidates the attractive ladies above are both seasonedprop \

I and jet plane commercial pilots, with over 700 hours log time as a flying team : ". \ ,

I Nancy is the wife of Lt. Cmdr. Don Lynam of A'ameda.' Calif., and is the mother of three children. She \ b 6Ey S
"Outstanding Photography ; took up flying as a hobby in self-defense to keep from worrying over unknown dangers her husband encountered \ \
as a Navy test pilot. \ \
In Gainesville Since 1933" I II
Ellen Bateman of Washington D. C., is also a mother. Her son. Danny is now 15. Flying is also a hobby \
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I This is the third race 'in which both girls participated as a team. They placed second' in the National Powder MEMBER NATIONAL BRIDAUSERVICE. J -

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By RUTH WEBIER ___ __ II IIIIA '
i Set MORE PanelThe By RUTH WEBIER "e.. '

The friendliness and hospitality Is
very pleased to announce our
Alachua County Re- Janet Showalter, Florida of Gainesville impresses

publican Women's Club will state chairman of the program many a visitor. s: selection authorized dealer for. .
as
Wirtz. cochairman One from overseas who is
Peyton
the MORE
present program
most impressed with the cordiality -
of the eighth district,
panel Tuesday at 8 pjn. in and warmth of the :
and Mrs. Helene Morris, treasurer "
the County Commissioners of the Republican State people she has met here is WALLACE SILVERSMITHS
Room, fourth floor of the Committee. Mrs. Goeffrey Damman of

Court House. Melbourne, Australia, here
Victor Hruska, member of
The MORE program is The the unpledged committeefor visiting her sister, Mrs. Hay- I : We invite oil who love to set a :
Mobilization of Republican ford Enwall, and Mr. Enwall. r is Ji
,
the Republican conven- t beautiful table to see our new
Enterprise and concerns pre- The Enwalls' friends have
cinct organization.The tion, will be guest speaker. taken the charming Australian Wallace Silver collection. A ;\

panel will include Mrs.toiatttlla's. lican The Alachua Women's County Club Repub-will to their hearts and are entertaining ( tE' p :. paradise for gift-givers! Come in 1t

meet for lunch on Tuesdaynoon her informally and : : today!l t
One of the
at the Park Lane Cafe royally.events was a small party cel-gay Don't Miss The .. .
teria. the visitor's birthday f /
ebrating
.
May 13. 'x.g lUt stunning new
"Gainesville's Favorite Modern taste generally calls The Enwalls are makingthe : &iyf-j \
Gorden of Eating"now for simplicity in a flower con-
Australian's first visit to
tainer it will not detract
featuring: so
the United States and Florida -
from the of the flowers
SUMMER COLD beauty
memorable by seeing that
Most flowers blend
PLATES displayed. she sees a variety of places
well with neutral colored COIrtainers.
and She
sights. accompaniedthem
706 W. University Ave.Ph. If a vivid colored container to Miami recently when I x
6.6066 is chosen, it is best to
Mr. Enwall attended the Florida -
I select flowers that blend or
For Bar Association Conven-
Carry-Outs
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contrast.
.1 tion at the Americana Hotel. jll q1ic; ..

Returning to Gainesvillefrom Mrs. Geoffrey Damman of Melbourne, Australia, left and
I I Formerly Kathryn's Ceramics Miami Beach, Mrs. her sister, Mrs. Hayford Enwall.

Now Under New Damman felt as if she were Perfect Gift
Open Management land. daughter-in-law, Helen Tur 1 i h +
home because people here The trio flew over, pickedup lington, plan to make quick
Jer-Rie's Ceramics are so much like Australians.Mr. a foreign car the Shew- visits to Wiliamsburgand for Bride or
Damman, now in Lon and drove News Va.
eys bought, to Newport Mrs.
don on a business trip, is Leeds visit their close also will Homema1erIs
903 N.W. 6th St. 376-9079 to Turlington go to Ral-
expected here to join the fam friend Christ i attend class
Gary aDS e n eigh to a reunion -
I Instructions, Greenware, ily houseparty in mid June.A and his parents, the Kenneth and graduation at her Alma r
tobacco importer In Mel Christiansens. Mater, Meredith College. WALLACE3slLvERpLATE
: Finished Pieces by Request. bourne, he has been attending The four boys are now en- She will come home with

the European Trade route to Italy, traveling light her daughter? Mrs. McIntosh, >
Open Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Tues. Eve. 7-9:30 Fairs. He and Mrs. Dammanwill and camping by the way. The .the former Lillian Turlington -

go to Washington, D.C., boys have sleeping bags, of Gainesville, and fame M
for a few days and then which they have used manya ily.
spend sometime in New York night, and cooking equip- tIfIk;
EVEN i CAN City. ment stowed away in their Friends of Eva Traxler '
to sail for home
They plan
: USE THE NEW % small car. are stopping by to see her at
[ At last! Silver accented with decorator coordinated
from New York in late June. I
'r After Milan, they expect to home since her discharge a+
KODAK go to Naples and Genoa, then Tuesday from Alachua General colors ... soft, muted tones that blend beautifully in
INSTAMATIC Friendliness is to be foundin over to the coast of Spain. Hospital after a short actual use, show fruit, food, flowers at their very best
100 every country. Then comes France. And of stay. A.Ash tny er Candy. Dish,.4tt' cr... $$.95 And so practical,because the color lining resists effects
Three I. Compote.4H blh, ,5% dia. 14.50
young collegians course, Paris, is on their itinerary | of salts, salad oils, water, even cigarettes. Come, start
also are discovering this as C. Contemporary Bread Tny/Centirplec, 13 V4*
which they will conclude
collection A choice of red, blue,
k Fibr, Mrs. C. Archibald Robert. lone. J13.85B. your today. grew,
they tour Europe. Randy back at Leeds. They
Kaufman, of the Clemens son has the distinction of hold F ummriBowt,5"tfi $9.50PrIces burnt orange, yellow and brown on Wallace Silverplite.
ad son will fly home from Glasgow.
the first include Fed.it*.
ing honorary membership -
Kaufmans Chuck Carr.
; Christiansens and
Tile
} ...from4.50
in the Alachua General
son of Dr. and Mrs. Archie their sons, Gary and Kim,
Carr, and Bill Shewey, son who have been away since Hospital Auxiliary. This EMB
of the C. F. Sheweys, write January, will return in July. was presented by the organi- I
zation in appreciation of her
f home about the warm recep- #

i "Little Click"jtSITy tion_".bV.>>"'they.' .. W'.w""W have...m.found..."..... .in.. ...Eng-h.' Mrs. J. E. Turlington will tremendous Chairman for job nine as years.Gift Shop txCAi A Q 211 WEST /1
for
r < leave Wednesday Chapel
.
.. Hill, N. C., to attend Commencement Now the Auxiliary has the Fqi So, UNIVERSITY I AVE. I
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at the Universityof distinction of being the recip- I GEM

j t North Carolina, when her ient of a surprise donation. PHONE FR 2.8658
granddaughter, daughter of "Alleyne" turned the tables"
H Judge and Mrs. Russell H. and made a gift of $100 to the I In.

II I .. McIntosh of Palm Beach, I Auxiliary to further its countless

yit f 1 ... Betty Nell McIntosh, receives 'I projects. .__.. ..__ _,________.___
her master's degree. Mrs.
f [ Turlington will yisit her son, .
k Dr. Henry E. Turlington, ,
t and family while there. Dr. I

: .. Turlington Is pastor of the
University Baptist Church at !
t Chapel Hill. I

,;ra.. I Betty, who has been study-
alYersl 9S r Ing for a master's degree in
political science, was granted -
well be- fi w3 .
j a fellowship as as 'Cx. fW A S{
ing elected to Phi Beta Kap

_*......,..........".._.. .,_ '..W<..M.__ ..'" ._ pa at North Carolina.
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Richardson Mr. and Mrs. William L. marriage of-their daughter, (ENGAGEMENTS a p p'a __WIt

announce the en- Miss Elizabeth Joyce Rich- =
gagement ARQUN
and tbVOro.
approaching ardson, to Kenneth Jay Alli- .
good, son of Mr. and Mrs. -- se
Coffee Honors Edgar R. Alligood. ...., '

Foreign StudentsMrs. Miss Richardson will grad- tln aa, WORLD*"
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CRUISES ,
School in June. y F'
Orange William Hall 6r >
entertained a group of foreign Mr. Alligood, a graduate of ,.;
students ,with a coffee in P. K. Yonge Laboratory
her home early last week. School, is employed by the f '4 ...
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Among those attend- Company.The L
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Egypt
wedding is planned for
Jaoan and _
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Assisting Mrs. Hall in the Baptist Church.No rzz/t ((1=R )
hospitalities throughout the invitations are being re>

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Miss Kathleen Ann Phelps, Bush, son of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
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many many beautiful items to make her say oh, McElroy pastor of Antioch

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daughter, Miss Janice Marie Architecture and Fine Arts daughter,
Miss Pamela Kay Smith, to I II
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Alvin Bobroff presidentof
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Gainesville Sun Sunday May 17, 1964
vice-president; Mrs. H. P.
Constans Sr., recording sea' Dental Auxiliary 1

Children Alachua Hospital Auxiliary Luncheon retary; Mrs. R. D. Walker, I

corresponding sec r eta r y; Plans June Luncheon
Mrs. Henry Ford, treasur- - -
An honorary life member- Mrs. James Lackey, his-.
w ; The Alachua County Dental Mrs. Karl Fryer, Mrs. J. L.
Directors ship in the Alachua General jrian.
Auxiliary has slated a lunch Kirkland Jr., Mrs. James S.
Hospital Auxiliary was
w. pres- New Chairmen eon meeting at noon June 9 Matthews, Mrs. Purdon Mur-
Mrs.
ented to C. Archibald
-, Committee chairmen an- at the Holiday Inn when phy and Mrs. Lynn Ten Eyck.
Robertson chairman
gift shop cunced by Mrs. Byrne for wives of members of the Ala- Mrs. Matthews was elected
during the annual lunch-
Agency[ eon of the Auxiliary May last weekin .ext year are: chua County Dental Societyare president and Mrs. Cook, sec-
the Holiday Inn. Mrs. A. T. Cobb, baby project invited to attend. retarytreasurer.To .
VI ; Mrs. Frank Lee, Blood Reservations should be

:Four Alachua County res- Mrs. Robertson, who retires Bank and Beauty Shop; Mrs. made by con t a cting Mrs. make your cut flowers

i ijjfnts have been appointed as chairman this month P. Thompson, civil defense James S. Matthews.At last longer, the Society of

t6-the board of directors of a has served in this capacity ; Mrs. J. E. Hip, a recent meeting of the American Florists says, place
} division for the Chi 1- since the Gift Shop was open- coffee shop Mrs. J. V. lip-
r v ; auxiliary, the group voted to them in a large container of
dren's Home Society of Flor- ed nine years ago. This is the ham, courtesy; Mrs.. Marion charter the organization with warm water as soon as you
a. first honorary life member- x: m A1pzLJ Harshberger, gift.. shop; Mrs. seven members present. receive them. Then set themin

c. ship awarded by the auxili- Norman Mehrhof, hostess; They were: Mrs. Edd Chit- a very cool, dark. place and
Harold R. Gert-
They are: ary.Special Mrs. Tom Mehaffey, hours. turn, Mrs. Stanley S. Cook, let stand a few hours.
+ Mrs. John Ebel, and f,
r er, guests for the lunch- ? Also Mrs. Glenn Hoffman,

Chaplain Sam A. Banks, eon included Dr. Glenn ., I house and grounds; Mrs.
Gainesville, and Rev. Hilton O. Summerlin, chief of staff John Niles, information desk;
Jljve, pastor of the First of Alachua General Hospital; A Mrs. John Bennett, member-

Baptist Church of Hi g hsprings. Ed Clarkson, hospital ad- ship; Mrs. Wayne Mason,

ministrator; Charles Sweat, news letter; Mrs. R. H.

*The new division of the new assistant administrator; Biggs, pinkie Puppett; Mrs. V. e

statewide adoption agency Harry Edwards, Marvin Gre- G. Perry, play therapy; Mrs.
has formed recently at an sham, members of the Boardof M. T. Rudderman, public relations -
initial meeting of the board Trustees; Mrs. S. S. Bal- ; Mrs. G. W. Schwalbe,

held in Ocala, where the lard, Northeast District Di- __ ,Mk /'TtlmL!! sewing; Mrs. Robert Tree-
rector of the Florida Auxili- installation of officers of the Ala- week social Mrs. William
local division office opened Attending the annual May Luncheon and ;
May 4 at 1920 Silver Springs ary; Mrs. Allen DeLaney, chua General Hospital Auxiliary as special guests were Administrator Ed Wilson, telephone.And .

Boulevard.The Florida Hospital Auxiliary Clarkson, left, and Charles Sweat, new assistant administrator center. Theyare also Mrs. Emory Bell,

society, the larg- health Career chairman Mrs. shown above with Mrs Edward Byrne, president, and Mrs. Frank Lee, television; Mrs. Dick Williams -
Barbara Woods, manager of retiring president at the right. yearbook; Mrs. Bert 0
est adoption agency in the
the Hospital Beauty Shop; and Kite, central supply; Mrs.
state and its headquarters in Mrs. William Ennenking, pre- ented a brief report for the cup; three new television sets; Mrs. Edward Byrne, pres- Raymond C. Philips, cart;
Jacksonville. This Mid-FlorIda sident of the J. Hillis Miller past year. Outstanding accomplishments eight nursing scholarships, six ident; Mrs. Meigs Haggerty, Mrs. Carlton Van Arnam nur-
,. division will serve resi- Teaching Hospital Auxiliary.Mrs. for 1963-64 included intensive care beds, a nurs- first and Mrs.
vice-president; Mrs. sing, DeLaney, re
dents of Alachua Marion,
,
Lee Gives Report : ery stroller, enclosure of the John D. Bennett, second visions.
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Dixie, Hernando, Citrus, Mrs. Frank Lee, president, Volunteer hours totalingover waiting room for fathers; two 1-
Gilchrist and Levy Counties. introduced guests and pres- 21,000; a yearly baby donor beds, and specialized
Board Members Elected medical equipment needed by

Board members from the the hospital.Mrs. aT HOME. OR aWa/
BPW RepresentativesTo Ballard installed the
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other counties will be: Mar- r > i ir i i

ian, Mrs. Mack Kelly, Mank following the business officers session at the closeof when Getting away from it all? / decorator service \ .

: Camp, R. S. Williams III, Visit Ocala Schoolwith by-law changes were voted: The first trip on your itinerary x
William M. Moore, Mrs. \
Ml
should be here where
Ralph Murphy and Rev. Mor- Representatives of the 120 a letter immediately up- I you'll find the going est
Benitez Ocala Jack
ris M. ,
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clubs of the Florida Federa- on receipt of a gift but we Any artistic compositionshould clothes around. Two and
Dunnellon V.
Fitch, ; Levy tion of Business and Profes- enjoy making our thanks have a point of interestto _
three dresses the
Elliot Whitehurst Jr., Willis- piece
sional Women's Clubs will more personal and a bit dra- which the eye is led. In a
ton Gilchrist, Mrs. Carolyn easiest to travel with
; matic by having friends flower this are LJr
visit the Florida School for our good arrangement,
Wilson, juvenile court coun- Girls at Ocala today. The visit us at the School. focal point should be placed waiting. Come see them
Trenton and Citrus,
selor, ; Girls School is the statewide low, with all flower stems soon!
Bill Moore, Port Paradise Hotel "It gives them an
project of these clubs. oppor- seeming to point to it, says /l
and Villas, Crystal River. tunity, too, to see how we utilize the of American Flo- Central Charge or LayAwayLIBBYES
Society
Mrs. Jean MacClellan and
their contributions. The
Board members from Her- rists. achieve focal
Ways to a
Mrs. Ann Paulling will at- girls enjoy it quite as muchas Ne.xtTo
nando and Dixie Countiesare point include contrast in flower -
tend as representatives of "
the visitors.
still to be appointed. Florida TheatreFree
and
the Gainesville B&PW Club. color or form, by
President elect of th e Luncheon will be served placing flowers closer together -
The event, which is called Parking First Federal Lot
Gainesville chapter of CHSis for groups of from 25 to 30 at the focal point.
Mrs. Earl Sawyer and "Appreciation Day, when in the cottages. I
the girls and the staff show -- -
Leonidas Roberts, is
Mrs.vice-president elect. with words, in song and OPEN MONDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M.
dance in prepared programsand
CHS, one of Florida's old- in a chapel service of Carnations, snap-dragons,

est charities offering profes- thanksgiving their gratitudefor roses, daisies, and most all

sional adoption services to the many gifts received other cut flowers are in plen- tflflt !
all 67 Florida counties for from clubs and club members tiful supply in May and are ALWAYS FIRST "J DRAPERY EVENT

63 years, has a three-fold program throughout the year. considered "good buys. The
: serving the natural Society of American Florists .
parents, the child and the More than 100 representatives suggests that cut flower arrangements -.t .r
are expected to attend '
adopting parents. be kept
away
j The society is a member "Appreciation Day" this from draughts and direct sun- ;

agency of the United Appealof year. shine. Resting them in a cool,

Greater Gainesville.. Mrs. Alyce D. McPherson, dark place at night will refresh -

superintendent of the School, the flowers and pro-
PlansAnnounced
Wedding said: "We thank each donor long their beauty.



By 1 .. 4kii'I1"' !' .I 1P 1\\ .: :


Miss are ThomasPlans announced todayfor LEARN. EARN 4j 1 ''t" '\J'1'\ '

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nie L.the Thomas wedding and of Johnny Miss Min- ; 1'' I

L. Yarbrough. The brideelectis Secretarial Courses

the daughter of Mr. and z : } I ( .
Mrs Luther Thomas Sr. and iI',4/ .;
the bridegroom-elect is the son Speedwriting ShorthandCLASSES

of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Yar-


brough.The wedding will be an il ilI

event of May 23 at 3 p.m. at
NOW FORMING
the Holiday Inn. Rev. Gene ilI
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Keith will perform the double

ring ceremony. Howell7s Business College i 4 r r t
Mrs. Ray Granger will at- tI t
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tend the bride as matron of I
I honor and Richard H. Water- 218 W. University Avenue 376-3507 i.

house will serve the bridegroom tg S wt
S Yi? 4M k .r
as best man.
A reception will follow at the *
Holiday Inn with the bride's i
hosts.
parents as '
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I Church Circles Cosmos Club To Close Year 1 Coffee


MONDAY, May 18 Mrs. LeLand Booth, 837 NW

Wesley Community Metho- 41st Avenue. HonorsClub MAC ACTOR

dist Church, TUESDAY, May 19

8 pjn., Mrs. Blanche Mc- First Lutheran Church La- J .
Cain, 3702 NW 17th Street; dies Guild, F I .

Virginia Chapman Circle, Guests attending the Thurs-
7:30 p.m., Rachel Circle.
Mrs. Henry Schroder, 3706 ay morning coffee given by
NW 7th Place. Irs. S. Clark Butler and Mrs.
lobert B.. Mautz, Gainesville
IMGGuU. Mrs. Ostrander Junior Womans' Club sponsors -, NEW.HAIR-SETTING GEL -

}{Q1\tt oJvrA! ,1 4 rFi } tT the Junior, included Club and members the Exec-of SE'I CONDITIONS.... J ''I.' ; .

Gives ,Coffee utive Board of the Senior HIGHLIGHTS. :
By Bob Oakley ..

111111 YOU CAN For Visitors Club.The Mautz home in Kirk- IN ONE EASY.STEP ,I "

BREAK THE RULES wood was decorated with ar .J '.,.r 1 I
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More and International guests of the ps rangements of daylilies N'ewC"AiH'ureItaIiermegivesbocJyana JI". I! f
last more few during the Gainesville Women's Club magnolias, and hydrangeas.Punch bounce without stiffn s..You'll loe rv tlll I '
years the set lasts.You'll be thrilled :( 1 1whir
way your
served the 'J
''< !t$ it has become a were entertained at a coffee was on the rich sparkle too.It comes '
;;> t" trend among Tuesday morning at the homeof porch by Mrs. M. T. Hart- from one of the seven shades that's '' i
ij ,' 4 decorators professional both and Mrs. D. C. Ostrander in man, Mrs. William T. Zeanah just right for you...to highlight your \ i
Durant Estates. Mrs. Eugene Craig, and Mrs. hair colorai ontthangiingitl i0Dy :
f amateur to 1 J
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I break all the : William Frazer. ,
: so callec"rules" I Those honored were Mrs. -.-.. -- ........ .-..... ""'. ...-. --,y- --_Y.'_ Mrs. Jack Bohannon, Mrs.J. .
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:" : .- Kikuo Tominaga, Mrs. R. Cosmos Club, one of the oldest women's organizations in Gainesville held Ed Price Mrs. E. i\I ray
members Everyone a. few re- Ballieux, Mrs. Anita Shah its final sewing meeting for the year in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth George. Howard, and Mrs. Sinclair
:Bob Oakley' years back, and Mrs.: I. Barlewaw. Pictured above during the all-day meeting are left to right, Mrs. Irva Grif- Eaton presided at the coffee
when we were told never to Other guests were Mrs. J. fith, Mrs. W. M. Rogers, Mrs. Frank B. Baker Mrs. Rosco Hartman and Mrs. table in the dining room. 7 L'/.A- 1.1 Cosmetics Shop-
use blues and greens together Sims Gardner. Organized in 1916, the club has a long record of philanthropicwork. Junior Woman's C lub sponsors -
Jmilnow we'all!t know that the B. White Mrs. W. C. Gool-
...right shades of blues and sby, Mrs. J. Shanks Mrs. D. This year, 260 infant garments and 10 quilts were made by hand for the for next year are M r s. ( c, Street Floor I
,greens blend beautifully. Central Welfare Agency. Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Rogers hold membership for Jack Bohannon and Mrs. I
Goodhart Mrs. W. D. Stevens -
and ATT'-green matter mixtures of fact in blue the Mrs. Waldemar Olson, the greatest number of years. Mrs. Baker is president, Mrs. Gardner vicepresident Mautz.

same fabric are extremely Mrs. J. Ed Price, Mrs. M. T. and Mrs. Hartman is sewing and cutting chairman. May 27, the club "
popular...in.both.draperies and Hartman, Mrs O. B. Dickinson plans a picnic at Swan Lake. Floor
upholstery."This is an example
Mrs. A. H. Miller and Dress Shop2nd I
.?bat: "m3'V'of! the previous ,
-rules. have, been thrown out Mrs. H. D. Balyeat
".of.thewindow. Rose Meets TuesdayDr.
"::TP dey:' you'can.atso' do Society
mixing of woods periods fin-
ishes and colors in the same Hairy stems of flowers,
.r om. The'eii a:much greater such as geraniums and zinnias Sam E. McFadden will The meeting, which will nized for their contributionto
-trend towards mixing than should have their stem discuss and demonstrate the take place at the Community Bulletin 180, "Roses in
matchIng The,idea fs. that each piece ends split. This treatment, ad- proceedures of "Rose Propa- Room of the Guaranty Fe- Florida," issued by the Uni-
.of furniture should have individuality vises the Society of American gation" for the GainesvilleRose deral and Savings and Loan versity of Florida Agriculture
and personality of Florists will facilitate the Society Tuesday at 8 Building, is open to all per- Extension Service.Dr. .

its Yes own.you can break the so- stems' absorption of water. p. m. sons interested in roses. McFadden also was TRAVELER'S :
called old "rules' -,providedthe Hostesses for the eveningwill awarded special recognitionfor
whole effect creates a be Mrs. L. O. Nadeau, his service to rose grow- '
harmonious picture. I GALLERY Mrs. N. L. Smith and Miss ers in the area of rose c u 1- T :
And what makes a "har- THE !LITTLE CHECKSYOU'LL :
Elizabeth Witman.
mnoious picture" in
your r ture.Other
home We invite you to come P 1121 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Two advisory members of rose society members
in, talk it over with us and '
take advantage of our free the Society were presented from Gainesville at-
I decorator service We'll be OPEN MAY 18th citations at the Deep South tending the district meetingwere
looking forward to seeing you. district meeting of the Amer- Miss Eunice M. Disney, WANT THESE .
U ican Rose Society in Bradenton Mrs. R. H. Palmer, Mr. and

i ,'\\ff :. .II.) Will Offer I recently. They were Dr. Mrs. Ralph G. Leighty and CHECKS WITH YOU
1 ." ,Howard N. Miller and Dr. Commander and Mrs. N. L.
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I was one of 77 at the first formal session of J
BLACK BLUE OR LILAC.
the conference ,
cities represented at a meeting Thursday

I e Foundations Shop2nd of garden club women morning. HV2 24.
I 0 last week in Charlotte, N. C., Special addresses were
Floor to consider the problems of
made by Thomas Kimball, executive -
city blight and the needs for director of the Na- 11.99.
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Federation and '
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j bin, representing Leesburg, '3 and '
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Women, written by Mlmi Dorothy Gray
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Baumstein. The author,
formerly a member of the
group, is now publicity I
chairman for the Gainesville ,
Woman's Club, which sponsors I
the organization for
daughters of members.)
I,
Nearly 300 members attended -
a Mother-Daughter tea in
BWET
'60.61 when Mrs. Thomas
Brill was adviser and Miss
Ann Chipley, president. The
members were again guestsof
the Junior Woman's Club; =
this time for a Crazy Hat T'

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1 Salvation Army Nov(lIst Methodist Taps Officers,

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: RELIGION .. In New QuartersThe I Seeks Land for New ChurchCaptain



Aubrey Reece, USN The conference also electedas on membership and evangelism,
invited to tonight'smeeting.
of the
Gainesville Corps especially
retired and Dr. William T. Ar-
,
Salvation Army will mark the church school superintendent Lawrence Halsey, chairman:
nett re-elected chair-
opening of National Salvation were as James F. Bishop, Jr.; hos- commission on education J. B.
also announcedthat man of the Official Board and
Helping Form New Church j Army Week today with their Captain services Smith, all public, at the as Lay Leader of the First pital and homes steward, Mrs. White; and chairman, commis-

first services in a new location, new location will be held each Methodist Church at its Quar John H. Moorman, secretary of sion on Christian social con- ,

22 SW Second St. Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 terly Conference.Rev. stewardship, Dalson H. Esry; cerns, William E. Morgan.The .
Gainesville Mayor H o ward
with Sunday School at 10 chairman, board ushers JamesF.
has also designated p.m. Sikes district ,
1 .; aijL1' McKinney John su- church conference ap-
Sr.
chairman
a.m.I Bishop, ; com-
today through next Sunday as perintendent of the Gainesville proved plans presented byJ.
Week for the sion on stewarship and finance,
Salvation
Army District presided over the Wednesday
Joe Wilcox; chairman commis- Francis Cooper, chairman of
city. I tJ ax PsychologistSlated night meeting.
mission on missions, E. C. the Board of Trustees, for the

Captain Jack Crewer, divis- Other officials of the church Pirkle; chairman, commission, purchase of property on NE

ional youth secretary, will con- Tonight elected at the conference are: 15th Street as a location for the

duct tonight's services, at which Dr. Clarence Ammerman, vice. new Methodist church. Faith

time Mrs. Brewer will inaugu,At 1st Metk. chairman of the Official Sue Waits Class Methodist, which is to be offi-

rate the new Sunbeam and Board: Mrs. R. G. Rich, secre- cially organized today.

Lilq Guard troops. I Dr. Ralph Mason Dreger, professor tary, and Henry Turner, church Schedules Meet
The young ladies participating of psychology at Jackson treasurer. The following will The Conference also approved -
have been assembled into. plans for the renovation of
ville University, will be the serve as trustees: J. Francis The Sue Waits Class of Park
a 7Lr the two troops by llrs. Guy guest speaker at the evening Cooper, Sam T. Dell, Jr., JohnG. fellowship hall and the church
view Church
Baptist will hold
: Smith, wife of the local Army sanctuary and choir loft.
worship service at the First F. Knight, A. Clarence O'Neill its business
E chief, Aux. Captain Guy Smith. monthly meeting The pastor, Rev. Thomas G.
Methodist Church tonight at Earl P. Powers, J. Hooper Saturday at 3
The parents of the girls are Wise, Lee Montague, W. P. p.m. Mitchell, reported that 274 new
B. 7:30.Dr. The class members will be the members had been received in-
and :
Ridgway L. H. Thompson.
r Dreger serves as the i Elected guest of the pastor's wife, Mrs. to the church since June 1,
as stewardswere
Faith Methodist psychological consultant for the I Oscar Anderson new James Miles Patterson, at 1126 NW 1963, giving a total membershipof
Methodist Board of Missions 35th Ave.
.. I. H, Barlow, James J. 1906.
:.T n. RJ N }
Brasing-
and also for the Florida Conference I I
Hold
Plans to ton, James E. Brogdon, Barre- OPENING
Methodist Board of SEPTEMBER 1964KEYSTONE
more B. Brown John
I. Christensen -
nY Ministerial Training. Also an or-
Barbecue Thurs. dained Methodist minister, he Dr. John L. Coker, Mrs. i COLLEGEA
will speak tonight on the sub- W. L. Copeland, A. Lynn Ellis :I
Faith Methodist Church John Feaster, Mrs. Lydia
ject, "The Mission of Christianity. -
x rw F, f which officially organizes today, ." Greene, Mrs. R. J. Hayes, T. Private Two-Year Liberal Arts Junior College

4 :y has slated a barbecued chicken Walter Herbert, J. B. Hodges, With A Positive Christian Emphasis

dinner to be held at Gaines- Prior to the evening service, B. Y. Kinzey, Dr. Taylor Kir-I Qualified Faculty Specialized Instruction
: Dr. and Mrs. Dreger will peak by, Merwin
J. Larsen
; ville High School on Thursday. Floyd E. Spacious Campus Excellent Accommodations
Reviewing past plans that have led to the formation of the new Faith l\leth- to the senior at
Serving will begin at 5 o'- high youth a Lay, Dr. James S. Matthews,I
t
dist Church are members of the steering: committee, from left, Ed Campbell, clock, lasting until 7 p.m. Donations special meeting planned, in con- R. P. Mathison, F. E. Myers,! Resident and Day Students

Mrs. Edna Applegate, Paul Wagoner, Mrs. John Rowe and Russell P. Hennes- will be one dollar, and nection with the Career Day Ray L. Shirley, Hugh C. Simmons information From

sey. congregation, which has beenmeeting since January in the Howard dinners will be available both in Program, under the direction K. R. Swinford and Mar KEYSTONE COLLEGE"1011 PARK-of-the-PALMS

Bi"hopJ.uitior High cafetorium, will officially organize at this morning's wor- plates or to go. The menu also of Mrs. Ray Tassinari, chair- shall 0. Watkins. Keystone Heights, Florida
i, ship service. Rev. Carl Hanks came here in mid-December from Orlando as the includes baked beans and coleslaw man of the committee on Christian

church's first pastor, and has worked with the sponsoring First Methodist with beverage and dessert vocations of the church.CensusTaking.
Church in getting Faith Church underway. extra.



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Directory By Mail Is



GAINESVILLE CHURCHES 418 E. Univ. services at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30: Huge Success
Advent Churches 11 a.m. and 6 I 1801

Advent Christian Church, 617 I Thirty-ninth 8:30 p.m. PresbyterianFirst LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP-The i

NE 1st St., services at 11 a.m. of Christ, 1811 Presbyterian Church, first do-it-yourself census in a Television

and' 7:30 p.m.Umbarger services at 9 i ran 300 SW 2nd Ave., services at 11a.m. large metropolitan U.S. area DelayInformation

Memorial Advent. p. m. I and 8 p.m. produced a response one official
Christian, ISth St. at 45th Ave., ser called "colossal" today.
Grace Presbyterian Church
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Church
Church of 3146 NW 13th St., service at 11 The counting-by-mail project
p.m.
Road and Third at brought a flood of.census forms
Alliance Churches at 11 a.m. and a.m.Highlands Presbyterian Chur- into the Louisville Post Office
First Alliance, 11 a.m., wor- ch, 1001 NE 16th Ave., servicesat Thursday.By .
ship at Bishop Jr. High, 1901
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11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.KanapahaPresbyterI
NE 9th St., 7:30 p.m. service at Episcopal 1400 midnight, some 160,000 of

537 SE 1st Ave.Assembly. the 240,000 forms mailed had .
the Incarnation, an Church, Archer Road past ; '

of God Ave., Holy Ho- Medical Center, service at 11 been returned. k. --r. .4 S : !

am., morning .
First Assembly of God, Wal- a.m. First tor- a.m. The census area covered Jefferson -

do Road, services at 11 a.m. Quakers County (Louisville) and :!1 r/.7J1t
and 7:30 munion at 11 Religious Society of Friends, two countise across the Ohio try
j p.m. 1921 NW 2nd Ave. service at! ; !!.4;
r Baptist Holy Trinity, 1st River in Indiana, Clark and .,

Calvary Baptist Church, 2500 Holy : 11' 11 a.m.UnitarianUniversalist Floyd. ,

SE 15th St., services at 11 morning prayer : ser-
Unitarian Universalist Fel- This was the first doityourself -
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. irsi Sunday : lowship, 1204 NW 10th Ave., venture into the big leaguesof
Carol Estates BaptistChurch at 8, 9:30: and ,
Sunday school and services population. Earlier counts
1428 NE 20th Place, St. Michael's, p.m."J at .
,
both at 11 a.m.AREA were held in smaller cities, John
services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 Road, Holy Baker, bureau information offi-
a.m.; family ; CHURCHES
cer said, but first-day responsewas
p.m.Eastside Baptist Church, 1501E. morning prayer ., Baptist less than here. ..Fk <
Univ. Ave., services at 11 1st and 3rd 7:30 Archer Baptist Church, services a a

a.m. and 7:30 p.m. munion on 2nd at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Faith Independent Baptist Uni-' Eliam Baptist Church, Mel- Power of PrayerA

Church, NW 31st Ave. at 7th I 1320 rose, worship services at 11]

,.,. Ter., services at 11 a.m. and Eliam 8:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. reader
7:30 p.m. cher Rd., I First Baptist Church of Mic writes "A s

.First Baptist, 425 W. Univ. and 7:30 p.m.University anopy, services at 11 a.m. and N far back as I

AVe., services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.Williston. can remember -

730; p.m.'Forest ness Church, lat- Baptist Church; ser- I had a
Park Baptist, 1624 ple at 740 SE 5th vices at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. shallow faith

NW 5th Ave.. services at 11 ices at 11 a.m. a.m., Methodist 5
am.: and 7:45 p.m. Alachua Methodist, SE 1st .5 5. in God. butit PICTURE OF OFFICE 522 N. MAIN ST.

'Gainesville- Primitive Bap- Gainesville St., service at 11 a.m. was not

tist,".Church, SW 34th St. at Archer Hawthorne Melrose Methodist, services at strongHarold f The
a unexpected
Road, service at 11 a.m. 8:30: a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. e n 0 ugh disapproval by the Federal Aviation Agencyof
I :North Central Baptist The Salvation Orange Creek Methodist, US- A.
our
to affect my proposed location for 700-foot
I Church: 404 NW 14th Ave., services 2nd St., services ., 301 north of Hawthorne, serviceat Johnson be- a tower will of course delay

at 8:30 and 11 a.m., and 7:30 p.m. I 9:30: a.m.Newberry. life. When I finally the availability of service to those
730 p.m.- Jehovah's Methodist, servicesat came desperate in my living in the first construction
excessive
Oak Hill Baptist, 800 NW 40th Kingdom Hall p.m. 9:55 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. fight against I tried to turn stage area of the system. In that construction of the system will
Ave, services at 11 a.m. and Witnesses. 1124 I the "Williston; Methodist Church, drinking but

7:30 p.m. Church service at 6:30 : Ave., services at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. doubts more to still God fought for help good continue as scheduled, those living} in the second, third, and later
jQak Park Baptist ,

',1 r 451Q Archer, ,Rd., services at' intentions.I was able to Yet go graduallyI for longer stages of construction will likely have no additional delay in the

9r4S and Fashioned 1iiJIl. and 7:30 p.m.I'I periods without drinking time they would normally have received service So
Old Missionary'Baptist anyway. thisis
and I I'kept asking
SELF PROPELLEDHEAVY
Mission at corner of
,
Him for more strength, only
a temporary setback at the most. We for
NTZ 6th St. and 34th Place, services more faith. are surveying a

at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. new antenna site and have
I already attended in
when one meeting
, Parkview Baptist, 3403 NW Then one day

13th St., services at 11 a.m.I DUTY MOWER was bemoaning drink socially my inability -I Washington, and one in Atlanta with the FAA regarding possible

and 7:45 p.m. t'i 11 Powered by 4-cycle! 3 h.p Clinton Engine with spring- to
\ asked myself a
Pine Grove Baptist Church, wound impulse-type starter. All-steel mower base. suddenly locations.One .
\ 'Would I ratherbe
4200 NW 39th Ave., services at I 'i question:
normal drinker with-
ll-a.m. and 7:30 p.m. I a
Church, BIG 22-INCH CUT out God, or a dry alcoholic r of the functions of the FAA is
Ridgevlew- Baptist with God? If that to study the effects of tall
NW 19th' :st=. services at 11 I \
were the only choice, as structures on air travel safety. Such
am. and 8p. m. it with it didn't a study indicated that a tall
was me.

4033-Jtewberry Westside Baptist Road, services Church,' take much thought to structure in the area we proposed could cause an air hazard. We
$ realize that the privilegeof ,

atilt aJnand: : CatholicS 7:30 p.m. j' 53 95EASY drinking with impunity of course do not desire to create such a condition.We .
ONLY would be o poor replace-
Augustine Chapel, 1738, ment for even the slight

W. Univ. Ave., Sunday massesat : acquaintance I had with have already constructed about 20 miles of supporting
and 12 ,
9:30: and 11 a.m. I God.It.

noon, daily mass Mon. throughFri. TERMS strand for our system, and prepared attachments to an additional
fight
Sat I is a continuing
at 6:30 and 11:15 a.m.,
4 at 9 a.m. Confession Tues. and PUSH TYPE but that was a turning 15 miles of poles. Detailed engineering of approximately 65
I and I
K""w
for me, can
Thurs. at 7 and Fri. atSt r 3. h.p. 4 5 p.m p.m. f. '3 u-Inch cut* only .................. certainly truth of: testify"More to things the miles of the system have been made. and drawn up. Preliminary

Church 704 NE I ,
Patrick's 6 7:30 9 ? Also Available, 20. 22 & 25- are wrought by prayer engineering of an additional 200 miles of system have been con-
1st St., masses at ,: e inch mowers with Briggs Strat- than this world dreams ,
10:30 a.m. and 12 noon. 4; *on engines, slightly higher. of." ducted.
ChristianFirst '

Christian Church, SW ALL MOWERS SERVICEDwith You too may wish to .

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West Side Christian Church, fidence to Editor P. O. I. those in Gainesville
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Church of Christ OPEN 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays 7 a.m. til 5 JONES-JOHNSON UNIVERSITY CITY' .

Church of Christ, 639 E. Univ. p.m. Saturdays .
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Ave:, services at 11 am. and We will gladly accept your old FUNERAL HOME '

7:30 p.m. I mower on one of these new models. C. 8. BOHANNON JR. 'TELEVISION CABLE, CO., Inc.

Fourteenth St. Church of i GOOD USED MOWERS 311 S. MAIN ST.

Christ, 205 NW 14th St., serv FOR SALE! 522 N. MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE, FLA. :
ices at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. SE 7th St. at 8th Ave. Ph. FR 2-9561 FR 6-5361 ., j

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v ,if/4- ,H North Central Aims To Break Records I ONE

; MO "I.MI
A day of "Record Breaking i goal board has been construct- perintendent will literally get at North Central, stated that
1 :! : ,. Attendance" in both Sunday I ed. On the goal board will bea to break their records. when he and Below, along with I 1JitAv'WEEK
school and training union will 45 RPM record for each de- the rest of the church council,
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highlight Homecoming and Dinner The Sunday school superintendent -laid for the attendance ONLY!
QfO, iii1r record plans i
R lr ,partment. On the will be
on the Ground at North C. C. Below, will havea drive, it was discussed that be-
Central Baptist Church on June 'the name of the department and large record which will have fore anyone can be taught,!
7. the number they will have to the goal of the entire Sunday they must first be present. Thus
To emphasize the "record I reach in attendance on Home- school upon it. If the goal is the idea and the emphasis on; SPECIAL
breaking" attendance a giant II I coming Day to break their record reached he will break the giant -the "Record Breaking" attend-I
I attendance. If their goal is .record. ance at North Central was
y Archer Hosts reached, each departmental su Rev. N. B. Langford, pastor born. I PURCHASE OF



Meeting of 9 Home Furnishings Shop "WHITE" FABRICS

Y r l- Area WSCSARCHER

3L -/it ONCEAYEAR"CUSTOMMADE" JACQUARDS

The Archer Me-
y.. thodist Church was host for the Ut, DOBBIES
,. 0' .b6 recent meeting of the Gaines-
District Socie-
ville Woman's
ty of Christian Service, which DRAPERY EVENT! LENOS
p3'S was attended by 101 WSCS
members.Mrs. .
(ONE WEEK MORE!)
George Newell, district AND MANY OTHER
president, presided and Mrs. R. this
During
E. Rutland of McIntosh led the once-
devotional.Mrs. WEAVES I IDEAL

John Wilson of Gaines- a-year event Wilson's
ville spoke on general confer- FOR GRADUATION

.H .. ".". !,;.wti",4;. ence resources. Mrs.. John will custom-make FREE j''
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".W )>.r-$,;:..< .;/ #. Howze moderated skit, "To PARTY
_..h _.,_,,:, # :? :::" :',zL_ '.u -.h.. Tell the Truth,"and Mrs.Thomas J DRESSES
to your specifications 4: -
Elfe presented an original I

Record to BreakC. skit.The departments then assem- unlined draperies 3 DRESSES FOR YOUNG

bled separately for a period of GIRLS SPORTSWEAR-
C. Below, Sunday school superintendant at study under the direction of dis- 63" or longer in F ,
North Central Baptist Church, is shown trying to
trict directors.
'break the record' in the attendance drive now under Mrs. Rubye McNair and Mrs.I EVEN FORMALS
way at the church. Pastor N. B. Langfod Urges himon. Boyd reported registration of: single or multiple

._ 101 members at the meeting.
I Conference officers present widths if you THIS SPECIAL PURCHASEIS
eluded Mrs. Wilson and Mrs.

Calvary BaptistTo trict Maxie officers Lowe,present Dunnellon.were Mrs.Dis- purchase your SO FINE WILSON'S HAVE ,

George Newell, Mrs. L. H. '
Gitanis, Mrs. W. C. Berry, Mrs. materials fromWilson's. ADDED FROM REGULAR
End GA. WeekCalvary Howze,Mrs.W.L.Schoch,Mrs.
Rutland, Mrs. Elfe, Mrs. Nel- fFHere's STOCK LACES, POPLINS,
son Green and Mrs. 0. M. Till-
Baptist Church will'Mae Cheshire and Mrs. Pauline All You Do ,
: COTTON SATINS & FAILLE.
close out Girl's Auxiliary Focus Goolsby, have done a splendidjob man.Mrs.. W. L. Hair Jr. is the
Week tonight with a G.A.I and are to be congratulatedfor president of the host WSCS. SELECT YOUR
Coronation Service at the evening their time and effort. FABRICS FROM FAMOUS MAKE
worship hour, where the' Legend as Child, ORIG. 1.291.99SALE .
Misses Gwen Robinson and MATERIALS
IN SOLIDS, PROVINCIALS, .
girls will have charge of the en- Now A Mother
Wilkinson will be
Nancy c r own GEOMETRICS, TRADITIONAL & MODERN
tire service. bearers for the 0 t h
girls who have queens.achieved rank er ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) An DESIGNS PRICED 1.39 TO 2.98 A YARD. JUST 99' yard
Two of the intermediates, this past year are: ladiesin-armless housewife, once knownto BRING US YOUR INDIVIDUAL WINDOW MEASURE-
Linda Susan Wilkinson and Pat- waiting, Libby Sealey and Mar- Georgia railroad men as the MENTS, PURCHASE YOUR MATERIALS. WILSON'SWILL ONE WEEK ONLY!
Adams, have recently com- sha "child who waves without
sy Goolsby; maidens, Debb i e
the for the rank of hands," birth to an 8- CUSTOM-MAKE YOUR UNLINED DRAPE-
pleted steps Chitty, Gail Sea 1 e y, Kay gave
queen and will be crowned during -Hodges, Melinda Drake, Terry pound, 2-ounce girl at an Atlanta RIES FREE. [(OFFER GOOD ONLY DURING THIS EVENT). : Floor7djj' I
the service. The church pre- Goolsby, Debbie Mixson, Twana hospital Friday night. Piece Goods Shop-
A TINY CHARGE FOR LINING. HAND-PLEATING & HAND HEMMING.
sented the two girls with white I Mayfield and Rebecca Coo- Eighteen years ago, the for- _
Bibles at the Wednesday night dy. mer Grace Purcell, now Mrs.
prayer service. Harold E. Parker, waved to
Mrs. Warren Nubern, wife of train with the stubs
engineers ANNUAL MAY WHITE SALECANNON
Rev. William T. Crosby said: a former pastor of Calvary,will for arms she has had from
"Achieving the rank of QueenIs give the charge to the girls. birth. She lived near Lovejoy,
very difficult, and we com- Chapters from other churchesand
mend these,two for the work the public are invited, and Ga.,and a newspaper campaign
for artificial arms I
have done. Our G.A. lead- raised money -
they an air conditioned nurs e r *
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when she was sir. CANNON MUSLIN SHEETS
ers, Mrs. Isoline Chitty, Mrs. is available for those with children discarded the .
has
Now 20,she
Juanita Wilkinson, Mrs. Rosa under three.
artificial limbs.

Westside CANNON WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS
Baptist Approves '*No wonder

I Louis Scafare shrimp 72"xl08"f FITTED OR FLAT, REGULARLY 2.35, . ................. MAY WHITE SALE 1.99

Education Building PlansWestside 1 tastes so good-they 81"x108", FITTED OR FLAT, REGULARLY 2.65 ......... ............. MAY WHITE SALE 2.19

cook it just tike PILLOW CASES, REGULARLY 59c Each .. ......... ............. MAY WHITE SALE 49c Each '
Baptist Church has present average of 175. There they do their chicken!
approved plans to build a 40 by have been 92 additions to church Call them: FR2-6311
120-foot educational building, membership since September, 309 North West 13th St.OPEN. CANNON COLORED MUSLIN SHEETS : -
due for completion in the fall. 1963. ..
72"x108", FITTED OR FLAT, REGULARLY 2.89 ..... . ......... MAY WHITE SALE 2.29
gational The action business came meeting in a congre-Wed- Paid Advertising 1 ,ti 81"x1 08", FITTED OR FLAT, REGULARLY 3.19, .......... ......... MAY WHITE SALE 2.59

nesday, and will mean an in-, PILLOW CASES, REGULARLY 69c Each .... .................. MAY WHITE SALE 59c Each '
crease in capacity of about

300 Westside.for the newly independent 0 i! ,' *Plus 10 Styles of Cannon Percales All at May White Sale Prices!

Included in the air conditioned .
ZIPPERED MUSLIN
structure will be three primary -
departments, both a junior -I WHITE or PRINTED
and an intermediate depart- FAMOUS BATES

ment, and department.an adult or One y o u area n gpeople's I !1f/t 'VV Tlli9MONDAY PILLOW COVERS

with will double kitchen as and a fellowship banquet facil-hall I & KOLOR RIPPLETTE REG. 59 ea. 1

ities for 150 attendance. I EVERY THURSDAY & FRIDAY NITE TOOt 2 'S r 4t MAY WHITE SALE ,

Westside has shown an in-! :7 100% COTTON CRINKLEBEDSPREAD .
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crease since last July when the ,00
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present pastor arrived on the! 1
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creased from an average atten-iI
dance last year of 116 to theLAUAN I I I

THE CRINKLE WONT WASHOUT ,

SPECIAL fF: WONT WEAR OUT EVER! I ,
THIS WEEK CANNON.CANNON'S .

IT'S THE PERFECT LIGHT-WEIGHT

a SUMMER SPREAD-EQUALLY VERSATILE

;t J AS A YEAR-ROUND NIGHT-TIME SPREAD. "POLKADOT"

: PRE-SHRUNK. ROUNDED CORNERS.L
( OR "EMPRESS"TOWELS
( : REG. 7.99MAY

WHITE SALE 5.99


1 CHOOSE FROM THESE REG. 1.99
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60% ACRYLIC
Pre-Finished =jdr a. BATH SIZE SALE 1.69
PANELING 4'x8' S535 ATTRACTIVE PASTEL (17J'! 40% MODACRYLIC .

Panel COLORS: MUSHROOM, FIBER REG.99c.

r YELLOW, COPPER, PINK, .. .. ,. :::;. ..: MACHINE HAND SIZE SALE. 89*
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't / FAMOUS MAKE! WHITE, GREEN Gr BLUE :g -' alVASHABLE REG. 45c
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TWIN OR FULL! FURR
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; :: CLOTH SALE 39*
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& Sunsuit-with- / .
CALL Jacket SetsWE 'T QUEEN"REG.. 45c

FOAM-BACKED FINGER TIP SALE 39
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( CANT MENTION THE FAMOUS MAKE LARGE SIZED
WE CARRY IT IN OUR REGULAR STOCK
SCATTER RUGS COLORS INCLUDE White
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YEAR ROUND.) PLACE MATS ORANGE
Dawn Pink, Empire BRONZE,
ORIG. 3.00-5.00 REG. 1.00 each IN -BEAUTIFUL COLORS ICE, IMPERIAL BLACK, FIRE RED,
: McCOYBUILDING MOSS GREEN SPICE BROWN MAJESTIC
REG.2.99 -
SUPPLY SALE 59* ea. SALE 2.29 PURPLE.
CENTER SALE 1.99. & 2.99 :

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Sunday May 17, 1964 Gainesville Sun 1C





I k "' Guess What? Winter Was Wet ,.. Cold I IBy




BUZZ MKSON past season in the Gainesville from the previous month. ious damage. This, according below temperatures. The 27-
Sun Area Editor District occurred on Jan. 14 and Cattlemen probably were the to Davis, was a "godsend," as year average for nights of ,this
Wet and cold. 15. Remember? most adversely affected by the the 1962 freeze left the trees in type is 32 per season.
That's the succinct descrip And the Hague Chamber of Coldest Snap -in January weather of the past season. a weakened condition with less As the winter season approaches
tion given by the FederalStateFrost Commerce probably won't brag Pastures were browned by than normal resistance to se- many people beginto
Warning Service for the about it, but the No. 2 Stationin frost by mid-November and re- vere cold. wonder when to expect the:
1963-64 season of horticultural this locale (at the Agricultural mained in that condition Only minor cold damagewas first freezing weather. And,
protection work in the Gainesville Experiment Station) had the Reports Weather Rehash through February. Extensive sustained by citrus treesin as spring approaches, they won
District. distinction of recording the supplemental feeding was nec- the district and this was confined der when the last freezing tem

The "season," as far as the lowest temperature of the past essary. Small grains providedthe mostly to leaf damage i peratures will occur.
work for the Frost Warning season-a shivering 16 degreeson only grazing and these on young trees.If I During the past 27 years,
Service is concerned, is from Jan. 15. tion recorded these maximum]I February's more than seven 1 late invasion of polar air struck were largely over-grazed be- you thought the past sea the earliest date for 32 degree
Nov. 1 to March 31. I Tied for second place in the temperatures during the past inches of precipitation was the tender spring vegetable fore the season was over. son was a bit on the cold side, weather was Oct. 27. This was
The Gainesville District em- coldest category were the Mor- season: Nov. 22 and 27, 81 de- more than double the average crops in the Gainesville d i s- Strawberries in the Starke I.you were right. Over a 27- in the 1962-63 season.
braces the counties of Levy, I riston and Glen St. Mary stations -grees; Dec. 12, 78 degrees; Jan. amount for that month and trict. Temperatures on the area were held back by the cold year period, dating back to the The latest date for a freeze
Lake, Baker, Duval, Union, which both recorded lows 24, 76 degrees; Feb. 15, 78 degrees -raised the water tables and morning of March 31 ranged and did not reach any great 937-33 season, the average during the 27-year period was
Marion, Putnam, Alachua, Columbia of 17 on Jan. 15. ; March 8, 9 and 14, 86 degrees level of lakes and streams, producing from 26 (recorded at Glen St. market volume until around minimum temperature of all April 17 during the seasons of
Bradford and Gilchrist. I The engraved icicle for recording ; and March 15, 87 de- some minor flooding. Mary and Hague No. 2 station) .March 15, but all in all, it was cold nights was 35.8 degrees. 1949-50 and 196162.
Temperatures throughout the the longest period of grees. to 42 degrees. The accompanying :a good season for strawberries. This[ season just past, the av- The minimum temperature recorded
district averaged about five de- I below freezing temperatureswould The Gainesville headquarters March, according to the report frost caused widespread I Citrus fared well, too, this erage minimum temperature of in the Gainesville dis-
grees below seasonal normals. go to the FairbanksFla. reported rainfall, as follows presented a contrast with damage to watermelons, beans I past season because of the prolonged all the cold nights was 34.9 de- trict during the past 27 years
Rainfall averaged nearly 10 ( not Alaska) station : November, 3.11 inches; the rest of the season. March and other truck crops. interval of cold weather. grees. was (you guessed it) the bitterly -
inches above normal where on Jan. 14 the durationof December, 3.47 inches; Janu- was warm and dry, with only About two inches of rain fell The trees went into semi- During the past season, we cold 9 degrees on Dec. 13,
According to a report compiled temperatures below 32 degrees -ary, 7.92 inches; February, 7.15: five cold nights. Temperatures in the Gainesville district in dormancy about the middle of had 42 nights of 32-degree and 1962.
t by meteorologist Gerald was 17.8 hours; below inches; and March, 1.8 inches.! averaged 2 to 4 degrees above March. This was only about November and the tempera-
R. Davis, December was the 30 degrees, 16 hours; below 28 Rainfall over the district in normal. ,half the mormal amount, but tures remained low enough to
coldest month of the past season degrees, 14.2 hours; below 26 January averaged about eight But on the last day of March, I was adequate for most areas 1 keep the trees dormant without
with 22 cold nights.A degrees, 11 hours; below 24 inches and was about three near-disaster in the form of a due to the excess of moistureRocky being cold enough to do seri -
( "cold night" is defined by degrees, 7.3 hours; below 22 times the normal amount. ,Levy GroupTo
the Weather Bureau as a nighton degrees, 3.9 hours; and below Even though only about three
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which a minimum temper- 20 degrees, 1.8 hours. inches of rain fell during November V
I ature of 32 degrees or lower Turning to the other extreme, this was about dou- .
was recorded.) Davis' report shows that the ;ble the normal amount for this For

The coldest ,weather -of--the Gainesville headquarters sta- I month. E:1eS: -S Apply
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\ Loan Ass'nation

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Decrease in Milk .S BRONSON A committee of could serve an area within -

LevY County businessmen has a 50 mile radius of the placeof
been appointed to make initial operation. With Bronson con-
Florida dairy leaders faced up ricultural Resources Effectively. The total value of this milk application for organization of sidered as the center, the area

to the problems of slightly low- will rise from today's value of a federal savings and loan association would reach to Cross City on

er prices in the next 10 years B. J. Smith, agricultural economist approximately $87 million to with Bronson as the pos- :' the north and Crystal River to
$111 million. sible location for such an in- the south and most of Alachua
with the of
and
a decrease in public con- University
sumption here Friday in the sec- Florida, reported that by 1975. Smith pointed out that the av- stitution. County to the east.
ond of nine Operation DARE Florida dairymen will be producing erage farm price of milk in 1975 a The committee, appointed "An application for permis-
commodity meetings which con- 1.8 billion pounds of milk will be 53 cents per gallon Thursday night at a Levy Coun- sion to organize must be submit-
cluded here Friday. from 200,000 cows. This averages This compares with the 59 cents t. I ty Chamber of Commerce sponsored ted by 7 to 15 persons," said
9,000 pounds of milk per cow the average milk producer is meeting, includes BurenE. Tews. "Upon approval, the sign-
Operation DARE is the University in comparison to an average getting today. 1>. W ,-JiIII Brice, Chamber of Commerce ers of this application becomet
of Florida's new of around president and crate man-
pro- production today 7- The dairymen also heard the t organization committee.
gram, entitled Developing Ag- 000 pounds. ufacturer; Dogan S. Cobb, coun- "
Smith say that people will be Brings Pasture to Cows ty tax: assessor; Tom Knotts, Then they elect the officers.
drinking less and less milk. By realtor; Harold Mills and Hen- The officers collect subscriptions

1975, the average Floridian will 'v. T. Dickerson, 36-year-old prize-winning dairyman is shown at feed ry Ross, farmers; George Baker which in this case will re-
I Parole Commissioner drink 535 pounds of milk during trough with a small part of his herd at his Floradan Farm, located near builder; Ford Lincoln, gas quire approximately 250 persons
a year. This is 21 pounds Hawthorne. His system includes the feeding of cut green forage the year distributor; Gene Bailey, insur- with $300,000, an average of $1-
less than he drinks today.In around, thus literally "bringing the pasture to the cows." He says it saves the ance and finance company; S. 200 per person, but, said Tews,

I To in StarkeSTARKE spite of the public consum- cows' energy, especially in the summer. Dickerson won a $50 efficiency E. Wasson, attorney; Clyde no this money is to be collected at
Speak ing less milk, the growth of pop award Wednesday night as the Florida winner of a contest sponsored by the Coulter, retired businessman; time.
ulation by 1975 will mean that National Dairy Products Corp. (Sun photo by Sam McGarvey: ) W. J. Edwards, tile contractor; Following Tews explanation,
Florida will not be producingall
Members of the sion the past two years Russell Dave Spillane, farmer; and numerous questions were an-
of the milk it needs. More
Starke Rotary Club will heara helped develop new areas of'ban 2.5 billion pounds will haveto Bradford Dewey D. Allen, realtor. swered and President Brice in-
HospitalAdmissions Around 50 persons attendedthe quired if there were any objections -
talk on the community's role crime prevention among convicts be shipped into the state to
meeting on the proposed fed- to continuing the processof
in reclaiming law violators at who have problems with meet this deficit.Dr. eral savings and loan association organizational proceedure.There .
their meeting tomorrow at alcohol, drugs and sex devia- Ralph Eastwood, agricultural les, Marilyn Coble, David Rob May 12-Robert David Rho-. held at the courthouse in were no objections raisedso
12:15 p.m. at the Garden Res- tion. economist in marketing May 8 Beverly Jean Meng, in Carter, Eloise Dale Duggerand den, Alma J. Roper, Ruby Lou Bronson.E. nominations were opened fora
taurant. Florida Agricultural Extension Iola Cooper Williams, Betty daughter Christine Louise, Hersey, Carrie E. Herlong. T. Tews, auditor and accountant group of persons to apply for
Ii gf'd Service, presented statistics on Christine Lewis, all of Starke. Brenda Gay Oliphant and
Christine Lewis the to
May explained permission
13-Betty orga- organize an association -
I
The talk will Register Family dairy products in Florida. He May 10-Marilyn Coble, Key- daughter Tanya Felicia. Marilyn Coble, Clifford Robert nizational procedure to the I .
be given by said that one of the really gratifying stone Heights; Beatrice De- May 9-Sarah Faith Smith, Burke, Anthony Burke. group. He said that the associ- yrzyylbyl
I Commissioner -AIIl 20o- figures is the consumption Sue, Starke; Thelma Littles, Beverly Jean Meng, Bonnie .
I Roy W. Russellof of ice cream-18 pounds per Middleburg.May Reed Sandifur, Mary Solomon -
capita.: He said that ice milk isa 11 Minnie Lee Chat- Ernistine B. Thompkins and m
GREAT DAY
the Florida Holds Reunion :
t rapidly growing industry. man, Waldo; Mary Byrd, Lake son Eddie Lee Jr.
Probation and Dr. E. T. York Jr., provost for .Butler; Lilla Juanita Mann, May 10 Ella Jean Smith.
Parole Commis- STOCKTON, Ga. Register agriculture and director of Operation Mary Rachel Buff, both of May 11 Marcus Howard,
+e r sion, Tallahassee. family descendents will gathernear DARE, and Dr. W. H. Keystone Heights; Donna Gail Virginia Elizabeth Finn, Em-
He will In The
be
introduced here today for the 15th McPherson, professor of agri- Hall, Starke. ma Adelaide Saunders and son MorningBy
byState
x annual meeting held of this un- cultural economics, set the May 12 Anthony Thomas Anthony Dale, Murlie Mae
Rep. ArchRussell usually large family. stage for the meeting with dis- Burke, Clifford Robert Burke, Crews, Thelma Littles.
Thomas Jr. of cussions of planning for the fu- both of Keystone Heights; SAM McGARVEY
Starke, the program chairman. About 1,200 were in attend- ture and the changing demandfor Dwight Clark Elder, Annie Mae Sun Staff Writer

Russell, a native of Tampaand ance last year when Judge agricultural products. Dr. Griffis, both of Starke. LA Times

a University of Florida Folks Huxford Day was ob- York, explaining the DARE program May 13 Joy Ann Looney,

graduate, was appointed com- served. said, "Our goal is to havean Maxville; Betty Ann Clemons, I Have you ever heard of the by of Starke tells this one witha As word of "Doctor" Abra-
missioner of the Probation and Sarah C. Johnson of Miami agricultural program at Lake Butler; Eldon Sapp, Jos- OKs legendary "Doctor" Abraham, big grin: "A man named W. ham's fantastic cures spread,
Parole Commission in 1960. His is president Freeman Register the University, second to none eph B. White, Sadie S. Elder, a Negro "faith healer" of the T. Weeks, who had a lot of people came in droves to his
previous experience, after com- Jr. of Starke, is vice-pres in the country. An effort suchas Faye Leach, Carolyn Canova,I LOS ANGELES (AP) The Lawtey area who many years warts on his hand, was driving place, about three miles north-
pleting post graduate workat ident, and Judge Huxford of DARE can contribute as ,all of Starke. I Los Angeles Times will an- ago was patronized by thousands along a country road when he west of Lawtey, and a Lawteyman
Columbia University, in- Homerville, Ga., is historian. much as anything to the future Births i nounce in an editorial today of persons from north- met Abraham. Weeks said, earned a good living by
cludes working in the person, economic growth of Florida." May 10 Mr. and Mrs. Shir that it is endorsing the delegation -east 'Florida? He died around I 'Hello Abraham, goo dbye providing taxi service for thou-
nel department at the Florida Dinner will be served on the McPherson predicted that Flei ley Gene Coble, Keystone pledged to New York Gov. 1941, but to this day the leg warts' and a few days later, sands of people who came
State Prison and serving as a. grounds at 1 p.m. today. All i rida's population will total 8.2: Heights, a daughter, Sherri Nelson A. Rockefeller in Cali ends concerning his reputed according to the story, the from Jacksonville by train.
U. S. parole officer for three descendents are urged to at. million by 1975. He pointed out Dee. fornia's June 2 primary. power of healing are very. warts disappeared." Abraham prospered, and during
years. He was appointed executive tend. A special program has i that American people are quite DischargedMay !I much alive, especially in Brad- *" the Great Depression he was
director of the Parole been arranged, with the selec, likely to increase their standard 7 Betty Faye Hazen, Rockefeller's delegation, says ford County. This instance of a free serv- reputed to be one of the wealth
Commission when it was orgy. tion of a king and queen from of living as much in the next Charlie Alonzo, Beatrice Alon- the Times, "represents the. ice was not typical, though, for iest men of Bradford County.
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sized in 1941. among the young folks presen t:I decade as they have in the past broader spectrum of Republican -I.I Abraham made a lot of money .
As chairman of the Commis, as one of the highlights. 30 years. j zo.May 8-Wilma Rolina Peep- philosophy." As an example, Charles Dar- through his reputation as a
"faith healer," and accordingto People say that it was a common
( a witness, took in more than sight then to see Abraham

7T After 2 Years Peach Grovehobby' $500 in donations over one about 10 years ago, said of
weekend. "The money was ina loaded with his "in-laws and
,
d I big glass jar," the witness out-laws." Later he bought not
reported, "and Abraham askedme one, but two Cadillacs, and a
.;" a Good to keep it for him until he lot of land which at the time of
i Yields Crop could get to the bank. I count his death in 1941 totaled 190

ed it and I know it was over acres.
$500." a
S S I! By SAM MCGARVEY using mostly the Tejon varietyon tilizer and a special spray developed *
San Staff Writer Dr. Demko's California root- by Dr. Demko."
JS i Abraham was a huge man Dr. W. E. Middleton, a famous
!I MELROSE J. W. Cameronis stock. Other varieties plantedwere Although the fruit is rather with a tan complexion; he hada "country" doctor who serv-
harvesting a good crop of June Gold, Bonitas and ',small, it isof good color, firm deep voice and always wore !ed the area for 50 years, and I
peaches from a grove of 74 trees a few Florida I. and has an excellent flavor. dark suits and a big gold chain who was honored by a countrywide -
: ': S ) he: set out only two years ago The small size may be ac- his
: "The first we got only across his vest. He lived with- "day" on retirement
[at his place on nearby Lake i year counted for by the young age of about 10 said
14 quarts from all the trees," in the law, and kept out of years ago, of
tt Winnott. "but this the trees. trouble with medical authori- Abraham, "It wasn't only the
) Cameron
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S 4 I "I'm getting about 2% bush- year we had a good crop and Mrs. Cameron is equally en- ties by not charging for his poorer class of people who
She
thusiastic about the
els tree this Cam- project. him for
*? Tp Re per year better in "services. went to treatment,
hope for even ones
eron said, "and hope to get he said, "My husband retired be- You'd be surprised at the well-
said
a a four bushels from each tree years to come. He cause of poor health, but since A Lawtey woman tells that known people here in this county -
,' picked his first fruit this year
next year." weeks he started growing peacheshe's her husband one time had a and elsewhere who went to
.t around May 1, or many been too busy to think of
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'here six years ago from his hand on my husband's jaw However, when Abraham
country. Market W
I Green Cove Springs, where he Egg and said some magic words, daughter became ill one time: ,
PSS't f[and his wife, Vaida, operated a Cameron credits his success : the toothache went away andit he was not content to trust Ws
I nursery as a sideline. Mrs.Cameron i to a system of planting, fertilizing JACKSONVILLE (APThe never came back." About own powers, but took the girl
rt is a former employee of spraying and pruning de- Northeast Florida Egg Market payment, the woman said, to Dr. Middleton for treatment.
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They started planting peaches has been experimenting with 42%-43; large 37-40. mostly 39- make a donation, and if you daughter, Tom made an unsuccessful
Promising Peach GroveJ. two years ago as a hobby, I peaches for 30 years.The 40; hnedium 30-33, mostly 31; were smart you did, 'cause attempt to carry ron
after a 14-degree freeze killeda system calls for fertiliz- small 25%-28, mostly 2728. while Abraham never talked her father's "practice." But
J. Cameron is shown at one of the Tejon peach trees in his grove located planting of satsuma oranges. ing and spraying every 30 days Poultry at farms: fryers 13, about it everybody knew he the faith which Doctor Abraham -
four miles south of Melrose on Lake Winnott. The trees are in excellent condi- They obtained their stock from during the first year," Cameron hens too few sales to report could put a "hex" on you if he had inspired in others died

tion and the foliage has good color. (Sun photo by Sam l\1 Garve1) Dr. Charles Demko of Altoona, said. "We are using a 6-6-6 fer- prices. __ wanted to." __ with him. _...._ ...M

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. purchase tickets after 3 o'clockin attraction of this quality has!,
-- .., the afternoon with no park- performed on the University of I J ..., MIUS 1oIOm. i Showtime 7:30

By REID POOLE mandy, will present a concert(.I cil and Student Government are ing problem. Tickets will be on Florida campus. As such, it is I
Head, Department of Music in Florida the sale at the box office in flori- a history-making event, well-:
Gymnasium on I sponsoring the appearance of 11w NJ GVS da DEAN ::- "Whos 8een
: University of Florida University of Florida campus, Gymnasium Wednesday ev worth making an extra effort: :
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Wednesday at 8:15. The Univer-I the Philadelphia here. 'f ening. to attend. I I IIHELD II MARTIN asKS ,., '(.:' Sleep/ngiIlMyOed?"1 t l

under the baton of of Florida Coun- "Perfect" Program POST :
Eugene Or-,sity Lyceum rr I r .4\- "0.' \THE HOTTEST QUESTION OF THE DAY

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Domenico Scarlatti. The ballet I THE

Wednesday, May 20 suite has the delightful title", I. ri EMPTI'ciwvas f
"The Good-Humored Ladies.
Scarlatti was born in the same
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His more than 500 keyboard fLfif fav4'RArrta
All Seats tax incl. T
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sonatas are not lengthy, pretentious ; ct NOTE! will neither amuse nor I

Mail orders taken. Send checks to compositions such as entertain children.
the sonatas we find in the 19th
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* .. In History.. Brussels the 1940 Mississippi,,Belgium.the Nazis River.In occupied. ened Court Ten strike.ruled years that ago..The racial Supreme segrega-' $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $T$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $


1 Jy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ing Huron*Lake at Sault Superior Ste. and Marie Lake, in .Force In 1943 breached, the British the Moehne Royal and Air tion constitutional.Five in public. schools was un

Today is Sunday, May 17, the Upper Michigan. The tonnage, Eder dams in Germany.In years ago..The Cuban

38th day of 1964. There are 228 : 1945, the Traesury an- cabinet approved an agrarian
carried the canal is
now on
tlays left in the year. greater than the combined ton- nounced that new dimes bearingthe reform law forbidding corpora- Sun's Prizeword Puzzle Corner-:
of the late Presi- tions to operate cane planta-
Today's highlight in history: nage of both the Panama and likeness
On this date in 1841, a second Suez canals.On dent Franklin D. Roosevelt tions unless all their stockholders -
.
survey of the Great Lakes was this date would be minted as soon as pos- were Cuban citizens. I GAINESVILLE SUN PRIZEWORD CONTEST RULES .
started by Army Engineers. sible. One year ago..The United Last Week's "
1. The prize for the correct solution to t'iS Sunday's PRIZEWORD PUZZLE _
Their findings led to construc- In 1763, Marquette and Joliet, In 1946, President Harry S. States suspended diplomatic relations rill be $325. If no correct solution is reached in this SundaY's puzzle then KS .

tion of the Soo Canal, connect- set out from. St. Ignace, Mich.,I Truman seized the nation's rail- with Haiti. II it 2.prize It the money winning will be entrant added has to next been week's a home-delivered award making subscriber next week's to prize The$350.bun ..
----- PrixeivordExplanations for the preceding 30 days, an extra bonus of $100 will be added. If more than
< one correct puzzle is received from home-delivered subscribers, the bonus wlU m_
De divided among them.
3. The Sun will pay at least $25 each week for the correctly solved PRIZE- _"
lORD PUZZLE. If more than one correct solution to a week's puzzle Is re- _
tt1a6 c eived the prize money will be divided equally among those submitting the cop "
I r ect solution. .

4. Solve the clue as you would any crossword puzzle. Determine from each *
c lue the word which you think best fits the clue definition. Clip out the puzzler
;;:CLUES ACROSS: 0 use a good exact-size hand-drawn: facsimile. Mechanical or otherwise wholesale -
MON. TUES. WED. I reproductions will not be acceptable. This contest is based on skilL The-
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1 3. BRAWL not drawl.1 In gen-, property' of the Gainesville Publishing Company and none can be returned. .

I I eral, to- drawl is "natural to" 5. Anyone except employes of the Gainesville Publishing Company and their .
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t amities may enter this contest. _
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the men who do so. Some men
RESERVED 6. After you have filled In the puzzle, paste It on the back of a four-cent :
STORE HOURS: Mon thru Thurs. 8 'til 8; Fri. 8 a.m. BRAWL only when provoked, tostcard. Mail it frOl"a Florida postoffie to Prizeword Pet Gainesville Sun. .
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j prize i must be received at the Gainesville Sun office not later than Wednes-
I"seems to come naturally to" GOOD OLE PETE lay at 9 a.m. We- are not responsible for entries lost or delayed in the mails
entries enclosed in envelopes cannot be accepted. -. "
FRESH BAKED! !jdo so. Crawl and trawl are re-
''mote. THE SUN'S PUZZLED 7. There can be no correspondence or telephone calls regarding the contest.'
Each reader may submit not more than Five! entries In each week's contest. :...

PUZZLE EDITOR 8. A copy of the Gainesville Sun may be examined free of charge at the
CINNAMON 6. MANIAS not maniac. "Psy- Circulation Department of the Gainesville Sun at 101 SE 2nd Place Gainesville"
-la., during regular office hours.
SUGARS i chiatrists" implies the profession 4
t. Winners If any and correct solutions to this Sunday's PRIZEWOWJ
': in general. But a professional $425 AwaitsSharp \PUZZLE i will be announced and a new PRIZEWORD PUZZLE published in neU.tundays .
I Gainesville Sun. ._
ROLLS 'I group's interest is centered -
upon mental abnormalities 10. The Gainesville Sun reserves the right to correct any typo apbieel
errors I or any o'her errors which
FanWould : may appear in any published material-
(MANIAS) rather than in coonection
I upon any with this contest. .:.
individual sufferer (maniac).

PKG. OF I like to win $425'1? Pi/sr/c No. 18 :1

9c I II I 9. MEALS not deals. "Restau- you ......> .

6 LB. 1 I rant deals" involve "the catering -. That's the value of this week's Clip and Paste on a 4c Postcard *

5 BAG i business," but !they may b e; Prizeword Puzzle (No. 18)). Last .v
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10f a purely financial nature, and I
C week my judges received over
I not actually part of "the cater- 3
II 1,700 entries. All were incorrect. S 1ijc LS
; r ing business. MEALS is more ....
.,satisfactory. Perhaps this is the week that ARNISH AO ....-
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4 someone will win. Perhaps some .-.
11. BEST not test. BEST is resi- T A N ..GLE M-
sharpminded Levy County
"MUEL.lER'S"ELBOW (LIMIT One with your $3, i more positive since some test"performances" dent will crack this beastly ID bDriir

or more food order, please) I may be disap- brain twister. Everyone withinour

i pointing.I circulated area is eligible to Ii

I win as long as we get your entry U N O O
t i RULE not role. It might by Wednesday.I Y
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MACARONI certain RULE. It is not the role would like to apologize to LL M

I itself an actor would want to some of our fans in the Melrosearea RAG T D B
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that received their 1 e
puzz
but
1
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embarrassment associated withit. section a little late last week. R H \ L

I 1I SEALDSWEET"FROZEN ; Our circulation department has zi
taken safeguard to see that this ER T LK V

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I has been blackballed" by other
real early start on this week's
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I at all of "you" letting him in,
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I though "you" may continue to far we've had one winner 1964 BELL-MCCLURE SYNDICATE

to GET him in. you are not now a home-delivered: sub
try from Gainesville and one f rom
( : 2 with your $3, or more, and would like to have The Sun
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food order, please) 6-0 I Brooker. I wonder from where please check box. Extra Bonus for
%. 21. CAPTIOUS not cautious. the next winner will show up. subscribers. See Rule No. 2

I CAPTIOUS (defined as "quickto
Solving this Puzzle is quite Name
Can find fault") is the stronger
simple. Just write the cor reel t
9c Cautiousness irk,
I answer. may answers in the puzzle bl a n k s, Street Number
but it will hardly "madden"one.
just like a crossword puzzle, Mail to: Prizeword Contest
LIMIT G"MORTON'S" and mail your perfect puzzle The Gainesville Sun
Box 57. Gainesville, fit.
PLEASE 23. RIB not rob. RIB Is more. to my judges, postmarked

necessarily apt. "If they tried later than Tuesday P.M.

I to rob a teacher," that doesn't City State Phone
If you are a regular subscriber -
PLAIN IODIZED
or i necessarily mean that they to the Sun you will win the
i would be known to have doneso. Prizeword Pete
i if win
entire $425, not you can
FRESH "100% PURE" only $325. And by the way if you
I
SAL 24. PUTTER not cutter. "A are not having the Sun deliveredto

GROUND i good PUTTER," as opposed to your home and "would like to CLUES ACROSS:

!a bad one, will not be "clumsy." start, just check the handy or-

I To be called a cutter, you are der blank below the puzzle, and 3. There are nice that might be described as "sweet."
BEE we will see that you start get
assumed to be practicing at 6. It may well be put on last of all.
26'0% I such, but no practicing cutter, ting regular delivery every '
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day.If. easy enough to a door.
defined who cuts
9C' I( as: "person :

Pkg. I patterned sections of a gar you win you will be notifiedby 8. What a man might do to win a struggle for supremacy. '::': \

ment") is "clumsy." the fastest means possible, 12. A weapon. -
99c
3 LBS. which is usually by phone. If 13. Hand money over. :
CLUES DOWN: you cannot be reached by phone,
(LIMIT[ : 2 with your $3, or more, you'll be notified by.teleg ram 15. Not binding. _. : :

food order, please) 1. FACE not race. Although I or by carrier pigeon. Rest assured 16. In which a man could possibly present an amusing spectacle. I
there are arms races, etc., one where live
no matter you Flow back .
18. like the tide. I
:hardly speaks simply of "great
we'll find !
: you
FLA. GRADE "A" ,powers racing each other. 22. A container of a kind. .-

:FACE is most apt. Lace and Remember do not erase or 23. You'd expect to be able to recognize the smell of burn-

.i FRYERS I pace are too vague. write over answers on your ing -.
entry. Any Puzzle so m a r k ed
I 2. BILLS not wills. The clue will be disqualified by the bad 24. Could be described as restful.

QUARTERED I word, "frequently," points to I ole judges. Best wishes and 25. A boxer is at some disadvantage when in a corner by
BILLS. The sole purpose of wills good word hunting. his opponent.
I is "to of holdings."
I I ",GOLDEN RIPE" OR SPLIT I dispose CLUES DOWN:
4. ROOF not room. In an "old

I house," the ROOF "may have 1. An excessive zest for should be checked in childhood.

curious timbering." It is, as a 2. One has to one's feet
of course, when first learning to
BANANAS rule, only in "old houses" that dance.
LB.33C I rooms are "timbered" at all.
\ i 3. Having worked in a particular for a couple of years, a
i 5. WAITER not writer. To be man may feel like something different for a change. =-
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LB. i called a WAITER implies some 4. It happen that keen '.
can a type has to sit back and wait fora
;:.one "employed,".making WAITER before he can get going. .."
more apt. A writer, on the
I MIX-OR-MATCH" I,other hand, need not necessar- 4 5. After processing, it is quite likely to'finish up in a packagex

.t C ily be employed in the true S 9. A struggle. :

LUNCH MEAT sense. He may even write onlyas 10. Enclosure for sheep. !=

a hobby. 11. Most people enjoy an occassional -. n

: SALE! 7. MEAT not heat or seat. 14. Some of them, of course take simpler forms than others. ;".
The clue implies that this can
Bologna o Pickle-Pimento : is 17. Naturally, it may enter the thoughts of a condemned man. :
MEAT .
a Olive 0 Liver-Cheese I be "hot. generally ...
4 :cooked, thus, at certaintimes, 19. Give assistance.

.it "can be just too hot" to eat. 20. It may be because they have been made the wrong size ::

50 EXTRA ,It is only in certain cases that that certain things refuse to neatly into position. ," .?
/ !a seat is liable to become "hot"
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5 LIQUID DETERGENT" DRAUGHT, or drink, is "often" of LIST CONTAINS, AMONG OTHERS, THE = :
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DEAR ABBY: Who is supposed to give the corsage on DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are both in our mid40s.We alOBB0VIAN HOMiS / IS MOT ON W OUR HOMES WHAT'S
i Mother's Day? The husband or the children? I married a wid- are neat dressers, and everyone compliments us on how EVERm-tING AINIT FlTTD LIVE y UM HOME. ., DELICIOUS .fr, IT 5 ALlpVt -- **"

ow, and on the forst Mother's Day after our marriage I sent "young" we look. Whenever we go out, my husband spotsa 51.OBBCNIA t.OWER lN-6UTTNEY'r' 't'; SWITT SLOBeOVIA!! _

her a lovely corsage. Her son sent her one, too. (This happensto "friend" at another table, and up he jumps leaving me IS MADE OS-: HOME..r. | 3 'L
f minutes to half an hour. GR1t=AT. TRY A5L1CE OFJ
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be the first thing this son of hers ever gave her 5NOWBECAUSE- /
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THE OBSERVER By Russell Baker ?

DARLIIiG! I'M GMNG EVERYTHING U?
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WASHINGTON The new is lower to the ground, as it poor girls look like something ridiculous mess of them

1964 girls have been out for two should be, thanks to the de- turned out in Dr. Frankenstein'slab selves.

weeks here ow and they are cline of the haystack hair pile. and, what's more, it also The tubbiest h a u sfrau in

glorious. They seem to move The haystack was always a smelled bad. They are well rid slacks at the supermarket is no

with more supple guile than last mistake for most girls, especially of it. more hair-raising than the typical

spring's models. Necklines are ] when mounted on spiked Statisticians insist that the suburban male pushing her

lower, and that distracting wob- heels. It made them look top- new 1964 girl is largely illusion. grocery cart, his pot barely contained :::;

ble caused by last year's flashy heavy, as though they might They claim that most of the 1964 i I in shorts cut for a Buster WHO$ STOPP// 6 YOU/CITIZEN ? ?err: THE 6RAS BOVS OF THS WOHLPA2S A5 LEAN= +
spike heel has been largely elim topple back haystack first, and girls are simply old 1962 Crabbe waistline, his shaggy RATS oN A POOC-THEY! WAIT UNTIL A SHIP! TIES .: t
this unpleasant illusion distracted or 1963 'I z 6 THE ANSWER 1$THAT NO QMS TRIES Up ALL HAM HAPPX AN? FLVsH..TliEN THE K0F6MI5 : ,
inated. models that have been redisign-! calves displayed in knicker- ... 'It BOTTLE YOU UP NSiP OUlT&ORPERS.1YOOll. OWWL ABOARD AXP.SWCT FATAWAY -.I-
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white lipstick, ashen hair flour- enity. Everyone who understands I His hair will be clipped z 1k '?.rA' UKS): A WOMAN WHO DO SNT WANT CALLEIS KEPT PAY AND NICHTj} '" ---== -
toned face powder-has been The metallic glazes used to anything at all about knows .down to the pate Sing KCAIBS> TOE BEDS Att N'f MADE" AND'11-16', *
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that the girls of last summer style, or it will bill luxuriantly L .:AFT". OON. H4\ :SOME BW6HT PEOPLE W UNIFORM STANDING .
LAMA AGO ULA have been wintering in a chrysalis over the ears and down the t '.- V16IL WHILE YOU WCRJC ANP PLAY. SVZ ,WRZC&.KK.FA.
ILOT WCFCR6ETPA1M..ANDAW5TWP5; .,Barry EsPy flTTlN5 TO SPEAK "I
SECULAR of girdling and overcoats cervical vertebrae. If Tony Curtis || t TODAY THINK) CP PEAKL.HAJS&OR AS K Vk7T LM VP fSCVT IT...ON_ .
Moo ; STATUTE and silently changing. With! wears more hair than his AS gtW cK HILL CK TKH.SINKlNd Of fl C MAiNE mayr...--. +

I 1.ACROSS Corroded ..3 1..Vld3.ApIary ,6'c B E RATE o R 5 U a L R E e the first May sunshine they leading ladies, he asks himself, I t& AAfE RC( W Vc=H @ J.

4.That glil t. orobus emerge in new shapes, with li- why shouldn't the house husband -
BASKETS
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13.Gain's matron's R I A practiced secretly all winter. he affects suits with an electric -
brother MAD G E M M A T E
14.Unpaid 28.garment Remote M A T T NEE I G E D One striking aspect of this sheen. Does he look fresh- S'VCOOLP/ I you SAID rr/ YOU OuGkTA IF :r EVER EAT
debt Lat. A perennial change is the steady ly dipped in a solution of rectified .4 TVS WAY NE MAKES P X
: 29.Driver of a T 0 M I S T NEE D EAT I SELL THAT RECIPE ANY OF MY I
15.Molten truck P E R STS ARM Y improvement in the American brine? Never mind, that's W CDO rock 31.Animal's woman's appearance since the raw silk vibrating and he will a ALL .' COOttB> b THAT.CHILI
16.Old Eng. stomach (Solution To Friday's Puzzle) nadir of the "new look" in the not hesitate to tell you how t DAY LONS! ? ? IS TUS P2ST+
coin 34.Craft 42.Set late 1940's. To ; ++ III II THING ]:'u..
17.Swine 35.Burning apart 2.Leg bone see a really ridiculous -much it cost. ,
genus 36.Betel nut 43.44.Timid Rowboat 3.Pomp looking woman nowa- For the avante-garde, there is q + d flll t TRY

19.Townsman: 37.Prepared a 45.Animal's 4.Pose days, you have to go to a sup the Italian cut-fabric molded

abbr. goIIbaI1 '.1Q l couch 5.Folornctr ermarket. like mummy-wrapings to his
SO.B>zrmtso S9.Steered i' DOWN Follow There the truth-that the average -thighs, sissy-boy shoes, tiny _
canon 4LBfl>region X.Decorate 8.Counting woman in slacks or ped vestigial lapels, jacket that hits -

t L 1 i 5 6 loS' frame al-pushers looks like a sack of him just above the coccyx to _
ToI 9.Edit watermelons-dies but slowly. emphasize his padded hipbones.

/ I: : : = /.% IJ 10.Jubilant When she goes to work or out His son may wear the Ichaboc l
32.Palm fiber to party, however, she is no Crane look in trousers. It shows I It .-

If 15 21.18.Ice Clip laughing matter. sic inches of shinbone and an' _

17 10 It fragments The American male, by con- excess of buttocks, and it is
: 6AVE PATT1 LEEP5 Y OUTTE WELL SHE HAS AFTER THE LESSON/YES-BUT WW ARE
: 22.Paddle trast, has been getting progres- what cool boys are wearing this PIP YOU WANT YtSGARY PKIVBKXJ ASKING ME7W
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A GOLF LESSON YE5TEK-I GOOP .PIP
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tree looking for the year. a CORNF.ELY? RAY..HOtVPirGOMAKE AN EXCELLENT GOLPEK VDU HOWEf jy\R.COKNE,
'0 ,,/ Z3 L-r 25.Declared past 15 years, and why the I If dad wants to look cool, too, f SHE WORKS AT IT/

'lU h 26.27.YelW Shi worm American woman doesn't start he wears a hat with a one-inch I

U :1 : Vh 26 ,// '// '// wagtail saying so is one of the lesser brim, and if he Is using the fuller Itti

U JO r// //r/h- 28.Talisman mysteries. For years she has hairdo it looks like a small
3/ j "S3 20.A&. put with men's lesser J ,-
up mysteries. pot upended on a sewing bas-
: js! % 34 31.antelopes Reid For years she has put up ket. The truth is no longer that y +

37 7B 40 32.Ruggedcrest rat with men's joking about her women's fashions are silly, but
hats, hairdoes and hemlines and that the American man needs to

il 42 33.Broaden accepting the tired myth that be rescued from his own nste. ,'-...'.

4 36.Sun men's fashions never change.In What a disappointment it{ ..
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41 4s 38.Parched fact, the most casual must be to the girls who bloomin ;J Ir

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S COCKTAIL waitresses at Beautiful lot pn the Suwannee 4-BEDROOM BRICK FOR SALE BY OWNER. spacious
Real Estate Exam 8AUTIFUI BY OWNER. 3 BR. 1 bath, CCB SFiA
Ocean Beach retort In. FlorU Rock Bluff. C'I V6160. Built in ,9.,. ,Brick colonial rancher on large 3 BR 2 bath Fla. Rm close. a X
da. Ages 2130. :starting June 20th. COURSE tm. fenced yard ree. lot. Cherry paneled to 3 tlQol. Littiewood Estates. $ V, =
UO-tlOO week. Phone 376-067a between ATTEND First lessen free. "rc. section pym woe decorator 1y 500. Reasonable down payment.

i end 7 p.m.CHRISTIANWOMAN. HOWELL' BUSINESS COILEGI 35 for Sale I 175 :65. Florida room with wal. doom 920 NW "Ter. Phone 3n-m 1 SI.. "emo

F ull COLLEGE. 218 W. U"I. House 3 BiDROM bath, Florida rom opening ta screened outdoor living SCud ., I Watt
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Experience Sunday Sool. minis & women 18 to 55 to train FOR Sale o trlde New 4 BR. Lo NW 'location. Two magnificent full A will move $150 C PcrsaaUet I."le P.11 Matr& 5
and fo ichool. Phone personal home. Hugh hos don I It
try helpful. Earn $ wek'V located Ner elemetar doors 1-
No competition. CIVIL SERVICE hoe Estates On city Wetoe.n 63'. Inc. 372-1551. and $50 monthly. Call Mrs. S SpecIal l'ea.U. n O.sel.J CN' i
up Jon fe.rs James I,. Bowdin, W.U. .
Co., 22 West Madison ., Examinatis For information Flariate Mu. Far 8al.
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Ruin 2, se name & Phone No. Rm. & bt fms ig family BY OWNER 3 BR 2 bath, dishwasher NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 BR.. 2 Fla. 4722258.OH I I Baby Sitters, C2.EJ Cars Peals
II. area. Trs41
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Training Service. 112 W. U
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WAITRESS wanted at Howard Adams St., Jacksonville. Central htt built-in kitchen Including Small down payment, VAmoff9a. coo Northwest. $ Call MOM i Place. T. G. Ar. Welded
Johnson's Restaurant, evening dishwasher. 2 cr Phone 3761U3.WESTMORELAND nl'l 1. Bee OD Weeds
shift, apply' in person only PRIVATE tutoring -Jr., High, YlcS wall to IChs do. .3762. You'll love this 3 bro 2 bath Bests 36irIae E,1
S830 N.W. Uth St. and yr.. Col. o p cente FHA 3 BrM. 2'path. 3 BR. 2 bath, panele Fla room, beauty at top Norheast lati AUTOMOTIVE 11 Ca.p Plant I
firs xpriect.qUllfie Down kitchen ft.. Terrazzo '! Office Eq.Ipe .
tutor, 570 payment $ .7 Ig Ig. living room separate dining room sq. windowair foor. 1 Alrplaae bl..a.11
WANT a bautif business and cll occupancy. Drive dining room parquet flr conditioner draperies fece oven and ranee. Newly redecor. Is n H.be 1& U Uul& ledu4e

have Phone Iftr 5:0 372.626PEeDWRTING 1027 NW 40th DrIV.Call But.rBrr central oil fut. double car p back yrd. $150 awn. 412 ate $15cw. FHA. 11 far Sala5a
L 3UI $ Shorthand m- daly, V6 Ig. comr $1000 cash fr Assume 19th 2-906 oly Including Track, Wanted
from 10 AJA. to Monday.
TYPING BOOKKEEPINGHOWELLS nigh. VA mortgage. 807 N.W. taxes ?nd insurance. I .0 Traders A Truck REAL ESTATE fOR =
& other
; Wednesday Friday n 40th Drive.A Ihatal SAL
BUSINESS COLLEGE J. W. HUGH EDWARDS = Iii Trailer 1
: please. Beat&
tim FOR SALE by owner modernS late far
218 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6-3507. = I Sale
Aide: meet bedroom tous In Carol Estates. TWO bedroom frame house in I U."reeu & BCHtel
KIRKPATRICKCHARM f
PHYICIA"'S Typl Furnished beautiful 10 INC.N.E. i A..II. Ieal Watedlt Per
I a r y unfrnishe Assume contr surrndings U U H"5. .
according to ability and experience. CIVIL Gl loan o refiance. Best .les G'vle. lust Uth Ave. & 15th St. II Swap A..IUel Can 'e elIagee Fe Sal. E
Ph. 37626 for application. offer. Call 361L Newberry Road. discuss i in a colonial manner on a 372-1551. Real 89EDUCATINAL
reasonable offer. Call 372-4615. JKebue'
lot in Black Acres. Brick
N.W. $tlo 3 Br. 2 baths large corer and frame. dbUhung windows 2 4 house s Real Estate \aat.t
DIVISION MANAGER FINLEY AREA BR, 2 bath, CCB Bero ro Mel I 0. .1 Teva
SERVICEJOBS an utity. Paved street, shutters, fireplace carpet, 3 from I. a.tol I.asirsctlie Pnp.rl B
LEADING Dire Sales Companyhas curbing condition, home Ig. wooded lot. spacious rooms. 2 baths two car ga- Beach. Call or 1 1 Du."". 40 Beilneas Prepeniea. f
full-time man rear Terrae. w.1 Ilneap Fla. rm.. fireplace, disposal. FM- rage. 23800.00 after 6 47S01 7516 I Wut.d- 4 Besld..u&8-seeme
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ager. Must have car phone, experience TV rotator, phone 3764436. SPECIAL in Size3 :3.EXTRA = Acreage ;
in Direct Selling. No s many ways: VALUE air-oition 3 4 Celered Property Rlta.

ries Comm. For Iter I e w 3 Bi 2 bath house for sale. Te- SPACIOUS 2 story 4 bedroom, 2 brs. 2 baths BR home y I EMPLOYMENT Colored Property $1.

Cox P.O. Or. cost 51.0 Call FR 203 bath frame house. Swimmingpool. Bonus A playhouse Rom adioinin-living din i n g 1 Work Wanted uae e
Undo, giving resume of past ex GIVE LIFETIME N.E. Phone FR area W.rk Wailed r"e RENTALS
2300 sq. ft. of luxury living. 4 2-373. Terms Very flexible tric exra SpclouSels. ele 50 U Sale Help Wasted
perience. SECURITY bedrooms. CH t, AC. Complete 3 BR, Fla. Rm Carol Estates Price range dishwaher. Female
514,40.0 sume cent Gl mortgage.Will .r
per 1 Hep's" U Cettges
41 For Real
WANTED experienced wlltre.es. GE kitchen. 2 yrs. old. near schools. Pay low equity Mortgage i Wanted
night shifts, apply I pnon Men and WomenTo Flexible terms. FR 6:9.1I.52 & assume VA loan with for your grand p.SPACE space this consider unusual financing at blanc.Se 111. Pe U Furnished Apis.

Larry's Restaurant. 12 Train Now For NW 58th St. mo. payments. 57.9 for your full-size buffet soace for ,7th Ter. buy 213 Dramab Help Wa.W 4 r.II"I..t .pt
Univ. Ave.CASHIER FHA House Ph 3603. your king-size b. and elbow 8 I F..a. Hoal F.n 89
Civil fo sale' NE section CAROL ESTATES. 3 BR. 1 Bath. room for you all the family .Basses far Real Va., 5
for local I insurance SerieExminations at appraisal value of FARMS Ci LIVESTOCK .
I
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110,0 VA far
$450 equity $8] 4
ofice. prefer age 25-40. Apply $300 down payment low rt morgag.. too.Superior construction and rrm E.Im..t$ Held Reams 89
immediate I reasonably -
y. I
Gainesville Sun, Stating Iy payments. 3 BR 1 ,
{ IIA qualifications. Pay as High as port, large storage. Call after 1236 N.E. I9th Place. Call 376- priced at 524.0.0. I n Feed FetWer kentsla
LIvestock A II.
exprlen. P.M. FR e-4774. 6638. LAKE ROSA frontage ye Seppllee W..tt To fleet E
COUNTER girl. Apply Parl Lane 6:0 round modern masnr. 3 bedroom I %Laadscaplag Tep Sell I a..t", Wanted 89mo
Cafeteria 1212 N. No FOR only" $450 don $1.27 per $60 monthly payments 3 BR home house 4 car garage S Pets A Supplies OffIce Desk Spice
phone calls please. $92PER month you can buy our equity at sacrifice. Musts and large lot. Recently reduced MODERN FLORIDA STYLE i S Livestock Wasted II a.lle. I
a..t
I i lab. lit for 4 BR, 2 bt hm 1806 to apprecate. Call 3720064.CENTRAL to $18,000. Ready for immediate HOME The large living
FOR Work in photo finishing '
Apply Ro-Mo Color Lab, 513Vi & 38th Terr. : AIR CONDITIOING ocupanc. Consider renting room, dining area FInd da FINANCIAL SERVICE ;
outside completely. For & outdoor and
appt. I month period. patio
WEEK TO FENCED YARDA rom flUIlflea$ OppeflIflltjeI 25 Cpeelal Senleu
W. Univ. Ave. START to see call 3721.I REAR :8
J. W. KIRKPATRICK Vtaiied-m garden beyond the
GRAMMAR Money t. Lean U D... .
SCHOOL EDUCATION complete home Wall-to-wall 5 .p.m'lls
: Realtor sliding wall literal!
glass
FEMALE age 24-35. Work I SACRIFICE y
1:3 $2400 equity for $700 II
USUALLY TV
AM. to 5.00 P.M., 6 days KEEP SUFFICIENT. cash. Total cost only carpets., draperiescentral air 31 N. Main Phone FR 2-8404 flow into each other. 3 large 1"Mor'I's .... Rsdl Service !
YOUR PRESENT JOB SlA2. conditioningfenced rear yard- Z "I.an
week. Starting salary $45 per Member Multiple Listing 2 baths modern "F..I. i
week. Restaurant experience WHILE TRAINING. U. S. CITIZEN Modern Near schools.3 BR, r/t Refrlg.bath, Ime. Quality Chambers gas oven, ASSOCIATES: bros. CENTRAL ____ ....__.___. _____. _'__ .____.

helpful bt nat necessar. Phone FOR ONLY. range air cond., ele range and hood. Use of shallow- Floye Mathiasen Irene Bunel AIRCONDITIONEO for the IIIJ
6-0924 appt. or apply 110 NE FULL INFORMATION No qualifying. 1432 an drap. well pump to keep lawn and A. W. Reee. Capt.. USN. long hot summer ahead. If
\ 2-8 _Uth Ave. Sandwich Inn. SEND NAME AND ADDRESS TO Phone 376-4068. shrubs in present luscious co you enjoy truly MODERNFLORIDA 35 Houses for Sal 35 Houses For SoU
: KEY dition. Vanitied laundry sink
SERVo Now LIVING you
ircTCft11rCbt4I 12 Mole Help Wanted BARNETT NAT'L BY OWNER, FINLEY AREA 2 connecting utility room. Largelving Investigate should call us now to see FOR SALE BY OWNER 4 BR
I .2 BANK BLDG.Jacksovie. Bedroom, separate room. room, separate dining LARGE WELL ESTABLISHED this. ONLY 10 2 bath Ig. Fla. rm.. utility ONLY $450 DOWN
Large secluded screened porch. rom. Three large bedrooms. GROCERY STORE. for sale with I area. separate living rm., Closin cost Incluee
.. din
Cool cascade of tiers -- delightfully ARCHITECT or senior draftsman Fla. Fireplace lovely yard, walking Hugh Edwards. Inc. 372-1551. complete inventory. Be your own CLOSE TO UNIVERSITY GOLF ing rm., kitce. wall to wall $62 .
: easy way to dress a little girl to University. FR 2975. boss and make a comfortab I e 3BR$7lpermo.
carpeting
on simmering days! Choose bold permanent Box 790 psition salary Fla. open. Name ........... ........... distanc 3 bedrooms$450 and DOWN 2 baths central living. 11 miles from Clinesvi. 3 bedroom 1 Camps. homen Cozy sliding door I.adin lvin rm.to 16'glass x See at 20 N.W. 55th St.
print or dotted swiss cotton etched Ciy. in town with est led under 24 Phone F
spreadin g patio back yard. 2-05.
heat screened porch and large smal bsiness
FOR
St. Route sale or trade. Furnished
or .. .. or
with contrast rick rack. IMMEDIATE for sta.ion .. .. .. and Only with 1325 NE 12th
opening
unfurnished. 2 bedroom CCB. family room, beautifully landscaped establshed. oaks 51,0 Terr. 51',50 2 BR Home, comer lot. West
Printed Pattern 9201: Children's manager trainee. Salary p I us terms are Call us for $350 DOWN $70 Par
appx.
with back fenced Reasonable
.Sizes 2, 4, i, .. Slza takes 1% commission, free group Insurance Cit ...... ... ....... Tile bath front, hardo floors. loca car near schools and shopping.yard full details. per mo. SHOWN BY APPT. GLADYS SMITH for area.young couple.payments Available Ieat

yards 35-inch. paid vacation & other company pr porch 611 N. W. 34th Drive. S15.O ONLY. Call 6-0817. If you have considered the lovely June 1st. See at 1031 N.W.
State anytime
55th
.. .. Near
I Thirty-five cents In coins for this benefits, good opportunity .... ... Shool and shopping CII EXTRA SPECIALJUST area of Idlywild as a choice Ter.
pattern-add IS cents'for each pat- for advancement for right man. center. Will consider late model JUST OUTSIDE LIMITS home location, here's a home I
Ralph Realtor
tarn for firstclass mailing I n d Age lmi 2 to 50. Apply 1025 Age sex ........ car or large boat in trade. LISTED Your children can We now CIT several I can honestly recommend 4 BR, 2 Bath home in N.E. See-
special handling. Send to Marian N. Phone Phone 372-3039. FOSSEY walk to Llttlewood and homes which are lust and at a price est.blshe by tion. Den screened porch air-
Westo
.. -Martiiw Gainesville Sun Pan a r n ........ LIKE NEW .3 BR. 2 Bath Lg. Dick Robinson-Associate schools. New 3 brom. outside lste city limitswhere FHA appraisers. e bedrooms conditioning, central heat. Price

__ .. Dept.. 232 West lath St.. New York WANTED one between bus-boy.10:00 Applyin and PIANO openings available for LR., with fireplace D.R.. built Ph. 376-1359 on paved dead-nd stret. Built in TAXES & UTILITIES family room fireplace $600. $600 down pay. 2809 N.E.
. .. II. N.Y. Print plaintly NAME, 12:00 person to the head waitress. summer instruction. Adults or in kitchen enclosed patio 2 11 W. University Ave. kitchen fireplace family i ARE LOWER but whereyou built-in range and oven. See it! lO" Call 2-6455.-
1906"
Florida Since
"Selling
, -.. ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and Hotel A.M 615 N.E. 2nd St. Children. Mrs Burlto 373-9894. car carport central air-cond. room. 2 car close garage. Central -I can still enjoy al the Cal 37-533
STYLE NUMBER. and Near Heat Cond. Avail major conveniences
heating. schools. FHA FINANCING BR. 2 batn city 38 Real Estate Wanted
''ff YOUR FREE PATTERN IS T.V. TECHNICIAN Part-time Price to cell. 3505 N.W. 13th Terr. Only able in June. Financing can b living. Call us about these. One of the best buys we have at
hi READY-- choose It from 250 design or full time. For appintment. U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! 26795. 11.7 hse. per month. Phone Arnold arranged at no cost to you. this time is a on 1
r& Ideas In new SPRINGSUM call 2-7326 between FR for appt. for appointment to see. BEFORE YOU BUY let us show a small acreage, ,lots orora
MER Pattern Catalog lust out wekdays.MNAGER. ane Menomen. Itj2. Start high 3 I BR.. ] bath, CCB hoe. Stove.refrigerator. 2-32 you this NEARLY NEW and Junior can WANT TO BUY

Dresses. sportswear coats, more $102.00 a week. Preparatory I air conditioner. YOU wil like the colors in this hom with well establish Plenty of room for a grow i n g 2 or 3 home with
Tainees needed, age train Central heat. 3 V/2 bath home. If bdro
Drive 2503 N.E.
by you
family or visiting rel
Send 50 cents many
now. ing until
I .. Thousands of yard. 3 large bedrooms, family baths. Kitchen -
21-5. employment fringe lobs appinte. 10th Terr then call 376-5870. don't, owner will change 'em. Best ALACHUAREALTY 2 atives. Unique in construction ro an
Minit open. usually unnecessary. glamorous baths, llvl n g- be Central
befits, apply Jacks's FREE information BY OWNER. S.W. Area. 3 buy at $15,750. Fenced yard. W room of entertainment II i ze with a beautiful view from each I heat preferred.euipp. priced
1234 N.W. 16th
o Be
and Call
CLASSIFIEDAnnouncements lobs, slaries reuireets. room, 2 bath home central Carpets draps. proportions separate dining. floor to ceiling window.I The right with reasonable down
train route salesmen.Guaranteed 3784 or see at 71 19th Lane. T HOUSE Is vacant ready for you pay
MEN to as giving name. address and harewo floors. 2-ar garage. room panelled F I lor Ida ment. Write to Box
4 salary while training.All Phone. Lincoln Service. Box 397- 127. $300 down$94 per HIGHLANDS brick over hollow tile. rom with old brick fir e- to move right In. And we are Gainesville Sun. .

company bnefits Paid vacations M CO Gainesville $ month. 126 S.W. 40th St. or call 2 story residence. Spanish archi Member Lsting Oak strip fl o o r s. the only office with a key. Call
in per FR 2-2727. tecture. 3 BR 2 tiled baths Arie T. Smith Realtor Central heat & AIRCONDI.TIONING. 37.53
son to Borden's Dairy, 2420 NE tiled breakfast nook and kit- Mabl Gore Associate Big modern kit- 39 Out of Town Property
19th Dr.. Gainesville. 28 Livestock Supplies 3 BR, 2 Dams. ig. LR. walk-In chen, beamed ceiling. Living rm 65 ,E. 1st St. 376244 chen including Disposal A good address and lust what
closets dishwasher Sm. down been A three
with fireplace separate i ning Built-in s t yoUve wanting. HOUSE FOR sale in Keystone
tools.I Dishwaher. ove
CARPENTER with own payment, VA mtg.. Swim pool e two bath home lust
2 CARD THANKS bdroom. ,
porches. oven RefrIgerator & Heights Fla. 3 BR., 2 baths 1
Phone 372-0481 for Interview. WANT AN room sundeck
;
Y privileges after the
ECONOMICLL 376158 5 PARRISHPRESENTS Washer. University. lot will
PRICED FEED utility basement with Double attac h e d Beuti acre sacrifice. Appraise;
THE family of the late Mrs. Lue- FIVE MEN WANTEDto Cooperative Th try SWIM CLUB MEMBERSHIPN. central heating system ducted for garage with plenty of store ful built-in kitcen. cool alr-o at $18.000 will sell for $14,990.

venla Aldrldae. of Earleton, Fla. work with large Eastern Production Mills per cent E. 4 BR 2 bath Lg. L R. kitchen -' air conditioning. Prlee under age room. COnve.let west- dltlonlng fireplace for Call 37616 Gainesville, after i

wish to take this method to thank electrical company. Age 20-40. Ideally suited Dairy for part pulete. and screened porch. Air-condi $25,000. See at 7th Ave. side loatio. Asking LESS to lot cool evenings.for Lovely large p.m

their many friends for their acts car necessary. Sales experiencehelpful. pasture. Special for feing only. tioner, near elem. Junior High comer Blvd. for appt. phone FR THAN 525.50. Call 6-0817 ming big enough Call us your at 372-5393 swim MOUNTAIN PROPERTY consult

of kindness shown during their Contact Mr. Haney 9:30 FMX Gainesville or Atachua. VA loan. Down payment 2-8245. for to see. to see pl. us for your summer in

bereavement. May God bless each thru 10 A.M. sharp. Tuesdayonly. Phone FR 2-1095 or 37.185 PROF. Moving. Sacrifice price. 3 I.GLADYS cool. scenic drther
of you.Robert. FR 61-2105 NEW LISTING Here Is a Claude M. "Red" Franks. Realtor Aver
6710.DRAFTSMN. ON Br. 2 bath wooded lot 140 x 210. per County. North Carolina.
( up YOUR LOT. Open Myrtle Lasslter SMITH Realtor
REG. Holstein 514,75 Associate ,
Aldrldge heifer 23
beautiful and
mos. fect home, spaciousfor
1 to 6 Designed Faculty 3436 S. W. GE D. MacRAE, REALTOR.
Cora Watson full time permanent old with 1st heifer calf. TB Sundays p.m. neighborho. located in a Wm. E. "Bill" Harris Associate Associates:
in civil engineering & Bang tested. $195. FR 63826or & engineered by U. S. 20th St. choice gracious lving. this 4 7 N.E. 1st Street Phone 376-0817 Ben Griffin Anna Hinson Llnville or Newland.
THE family of Mr. & Mrs. JamesH. drafting 5 day Steel Corp.. Homes Division Res. Carolina Florence Burns
210 372-7943 Noyes
lot or 376-2927
reuire. 3 BR CCB house corner home with
bath
bedroom 3
Trimm wish to extend their 2 wk. paid Group 2-886 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 bth. air .. fence swim MEMBER MULTIPLE Multiple Listing Memter"SPACIOUS"
4
wek back yard. living LISTING 40 Business
sincere and heartfelt appreciationto hospitalization avail. For brick veneer 2 1801 yr. euity. ming pl and lovely patio. _- -- -- Properties
the many friends neighbors. appt. call FR 2-2591. 30 PETS 6 SUPPLIES NW 36th Dr. Alachua Homes NE 15th PJM.Terr. FR 2-53 after rom with fireplace separate
and relatives for their under Call Frank Thomas FR 4:0 dining room. large family ro. FORDYCEREALTOR
standing and many acts of kind WANTED experienced GM trained Inc. 6 ARMY Officer must carpets and drapes includ e d. FIRT TIME OFFERED FOR SALE.

ness shown to them during the mechanic Start work immediate ENGLISH shepherd puppies. Good sell 3 BR. 2 transferre, Fla room. loads of storage space central Over 2900 Sq. Feet living are In BEAUTIFUL 10-UNIT MOTEL
I recent loss of their loved one. own tools. Salary guar for watc stock, and pets. FR \N exciting home with space excellently In N. W. Near School. 515,5O heat and air conditioning. this unique home. 2 I ALSO 2 BR HOUSE
The Family anteed. Gateway Chevrolet Inc., 2-3 built, air conditione. Negotiate equity. FR BR's. 1 smaller BR Huge living FICE. COMPLETELY FUR-
r Starke, Fla. '630 3 BR 2 Bath family 2-5 ELEGANT AND EXPRESSIVE room. large Fla. room, big family NISHED. 5 ACRES LAND.
I GERMAN shepherd pups AKC, all fireplace. now being completed Relax and enloy life and your room builtm ele. kitchen. Also SCAPED LIKE A PARK. THESE
3 LOST & FOUND shots, ready to 90 Shown weekdays by Lloyd Myrtck, Builder InWimberly KORENVEERANS family In this 3 bdroom. 2 bath extra stove. UNITS ARE VERY ATTRACTIVEAND
}3-Help Male or Female after 7 PJvU all day Sat. Estates outside citylmits home. Large wall to Ref., & washer-dryer. 2 tile baths. CLEAN
LOST male: Siamese kitten i mo. and $u" See Don Carey, 3501 N. W. 36th Terr. off wail and brick Play It CoolSoak 3 A-C units. HW & tile EQUIPPED WITH COMPLETELY
freplace. flors
carpt.
old vicinity of 22nd St. and 15th NW Ter. 39th Ave. Offered for 5n Only New 3 room, up the sun this summer and Some of the most gorgeous pan TIONING AND HEAT AIR-ONDI.

r Ave. Phone 60601 after 5:00 1 00% GUARANTEELarge COW and hog dog puppies for 500. Phone 2-568. BR. 1 and 2 Bath Homes. Immediate kitchen, plus a lovely scree n e d be cool about it in this home witha cuing you've ever seen. 0 pen WELLS REAL COUNTRY GOD

I PoM.FOUND._ convenient typ grocery sale. V Leopard, Vi bull, 'A curr. WEST VILLA ESTATES ocupanc. All city services patio on a large beautiful lot. marvelous swimming pool. 3 at- beam ceiling. You'l have to ING. RESTFUL QUIET AND

Black & tan female pup- Chain needs and wife $10 $25. Phone 481-2545 an 2005 NW 37th Blvd. 4 BR, 2 3 elemetary and tractive bdroom tile baths. Elegant see to believe exists. Can DAN ISO N
I py. 304 NW 35m Street. Phone team to Manage convenient type *r 5:3 bath wall-to-wall carpeting tied lunior high schools. Price $12,250 .GOOD BUY Owner leaving town rom. family room be used a two large Apts. S RANCH MOTEL, LOCATED 2
372-9684._ Grocery In Gainesville. Cash .tral heating built in kitc hen cen to $15,000 including brick colo and must sel. 4 bedroom 2 bath with fireplace. separate din I n g convenient to town. All this MILES EAST OF WILLISTON
Bond required. Call 376926. SIAESE KITENS. S weeks old. includes dishwasher. Located on nials. Total monthly payments home room family room room, kitchen with breakfast area. more for $17,700. Excellent terms.UNIVERSIT. ON HWY. 27. FOR IMMEDIATESALE.
LOST: Woman's gold wrist watch. sal pint. SIAMESE $75. Located N.W. 39th St.. built-in kitchen scr e e n e Contact FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES.
wooded lot with circle fr .
large ant e $45,000. GEORGE D.
Vicinity of Pancake House. Phone PLACEMENT SERVICE 2 old,
; yrs. $15 with N.W. 13th and 14th Place. Call porch central and cent r a I INC 376-1236.

FR 2471._ Office Technical Professional caring crate. Phone 3766 drive.$17,389.Orl.Equit cost 50 52,0 balance 2-9545 daily and 6-9043 nights air conditioning. Priced to sel. DANISON 126 3RD AVE.OWNER.N.E.. ADDRESS ST. PET.,

Lost between Florida National Bank College GraduatesFor MINIATURE Dachshund Puppies incl. tns $143 per BUTLER BROS.LITLEWOD Quiet Living ERSBURG FLA. PHONE (96
and Woolworth's olive gr. en call AKC reistere. 2 males and 2 mo. Phone SUMMER COMFORT You must 2576.
Lady Buxton wallet very little .appl. 3-3 had shots 150. 372-17 AREA see this attractive 3 brom. 2 Just outside the city limits, away
money; contains Identification pa 1012:0 2-:0 P. Phone 2923 N.E. 10th St. VERY NICE 5 room house. Has 4 B sq. ft. living bath home located in from all the hubbub, this 5 bed STORE FOR SALE-Groc.. beer
Contact Marian Hull FR 2- Monda. through 630. oak parquet foors. patio with area. central heat built-in kit. northwest area with swimmingpool room home situated on 5 acres of Ills N. Main St. Ph. 3724351W. & wine, good location for bar .
rs. PERSONNEL CENTER NINE week old American shepherd barbeque, and rok water-fall; 1 blk. from, Westwood Jr. High shuffle board court modern beautiful rolling land. Living room M. Munro. Realtor pack. store. 29230.A .
< 102 NW 2nd Avenue pups well marked registered Is near school shopping center 2 blks. from Llttlewood elem. built-in kitchen family ro. cen- with fireplace and a charmm g formal Aso. McLaughln. Frank
male and female $35. only Call In tral heat and air conditioning. Rutty, Roy NEAT duplex apt. building,
4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE Exp srtarie salary open Phone Melrose. 510,40 7531 school. Ideal for Ig. family, or dining room. Contact FOR. C Doug easily moved. At a bargain.
DYCE Jr.
attractive 6370. &
family ane elderly persons. ASSOCIATES INC.. 376- la Owner will purchase inexpensive
White housekeeper, $25 wk. FLUFFY kittens need a good WHY PAY Priced Immed. sale. 3449 UNDER $0.0. New 3 bedroom 1236. lot outside of city limits.
.EARN TO DRIVEl Special attention Bookkeeper, salary open home. They're black and white New homes. RENT tile N.W. 13th Ave. 372-2893. homes FHA specifications For more Information phone
M
to nervous or elderly.Easy Exp waitress salary & comm and part Persian 6 wks. old. bath $65 S. br on ar available to qualif led FR 63312.GROCERY
pr month Loated NE 2 old 3 BR, 1 bath. No Stop !
Way Driving School. FR Exp mechanics We are giving them away. E. 45th yrs. buyers "vlth FHA financing.
'-70. Ltc. by State of Fla. trainee, hi sehl. grad. Cal S Call FR Als sm C/H screened porch, patio, closing costs and no city taxes. An Investment now mean Income STORE FOR SALE. DoIng -
Off. trainee hi schl. grad. 2375.Black trade-Ins 2-27 stove. ref rig., d-washer $500 Phone for further details. later. This wi home with Total price

6 SFiCIAL Tree surgeon foreman $ hr. thoroughbred Miniature Poo WESTWOOD LITTLEWOOD dn., $75 mo. FR 2-2774. apartmet is the perfect way to PRICE REDUCEDLike go. bsin@ss soon as
NOTICE die. $50. Phone FR Walking distance to schools. 3 $ ps
Auto salesman, WESTSIDE. New residential subdivision Write Box 420A
2-32 baths in HOUSE and 6 lots in Lake Shore your money. Excellent fi- new, near shopping 3 br 2 C.
I SELLING OUTAll Short order grill man FREE kittens beautiful healthy BR. 2. ha.e SkylineHeights. Homesltes. Price $12400. For information opening soon. Loate on nancing. Located in the downtownarea. bath. Cent heat. Cent air. modern Gainesville Sun _
Insurance trainee, SI00 wk. pets 10 wks. old. Phone Study, hardo floors call 22840. Newberry Road. $0.00 Call FORDYCE & ASSOCI- kitchen ornamental fenced patio.
stok. cash & carry. Grocer- Route sleman'Levy Co. 37.2173 buit-i range oven Cent. down, 5 years on balance. ATES. INC Call today. Call MARY MOEL- 42 Farms & Acreage
les, paints drgS tackle etc CONNELL AGY. FREE! 5 kittens. Call 376- Shaded bd yard Call 376123. LER
at Creek NEWLISTINGS M. M. ParrishAND
120 SE let Ave 5450. 37662
Ing Post. Go Westand
pon. 41.2697. Phone & FOR SALE BY OWNER. NW section FARMS RANCHES ACREAGE
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (former.ly HOUSEWIVES and students, ambitious DACHSHUND puppy. Red Female. 3 broom 2 tile baths ASSOCIATES. INC. you will find a gold mine of ANGLEWOODAprx RURAL PROPERTIES
Dx.A-let. New name earn extra money n 9 weeks old. All shots. $40. bit-i Ipplanes double car MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING attractive features in this 3 bed 2000 sq ft of gracious living
forula. ol., 98 cents. car needed your own hours Phone Kingsley Lake 52493 connected to H. Wayne Hill Helen Graham room, 2 bath home. Separate din space 3 br 2 baths. Fla room ROBERTS C. SMITH. REALTORU.S.

nova's Drug J N. Min Call Barry 376-8968 I to 12 FREE Puppy. Give part Collie. 4- sewer. Smal down payment. THEIR LOSS could be your gain. Carolyn Gardenhire Mary 372-5375 Parrish Ing room spacious Florida Ro. Cent heat awning windows dbl Hwy. 41 Mlcnopy. Fla.
19 NE First St. Tel.
St.dUE. Days After 6PM. 521800. Contact FORDYCE .
month old female. to good home. 37-326 ASSOCIATES garage Ig corner lot. See MARY 463120
TEACHERSAsk for informationon pone See this excellent listing. Thre INC.,
to divorce I have a like new our placement service. Good Phone FR 6283 bro two bath centrally 376123. MOELLER U BEAUTIFUL rolling 2 to 5 acre
1964 model Zig Zag Automatic positions all over Southeast. FOR SALE BY OWNER spacious conditioned house with LAKE FRONT estates. Choice of woe or

sewing machine that ds ev Southern Teachers Agency Columbia 33 LOTS FOR SALEBY 3 BR. 2 bath Fla. Rm.. closeto Florida Room and screened porchoverlooking FORDYCEAssociates NEAR permanent pasture. 7 mie
erything. We would s school. Llttlewood Estates a spacious 'landscaped of Gainesville. JiOO per -
o to take up payments of S.c14Sal.1 $24,500. Reasonable down pay garden. EstateFor GAINESVILLE be the first to make your cholcel
per Small balance. Ph. 3722051. OWNER ment. 920 NW 37th Ter. Inc.Real Call or United Farm
.m Help Wanted BEAUTIFUL wooded lot. 90 block $400.00 DOWN and per Charming, spacious 4 br 2 .tor Agency le 372-2954.
.- of N.W. 2ne Street. xlSS', 37-53. will buy sO.O bed the discriminating home buyer Estate Exchangers house partly frishe. e

ATTENTION PART.TIME service route for arr.. Also lot Gwynn Oaks 200'x- ACCENT ON VALUE mnt house with Florida Room. that wants the advantages of Multiple Listing Realtors hall, Ig living ro. room 40 ACRES
Nick's Shoe Repair & Hat S hop. resident of Ala- 180' with view and privilegesof Stop! Lookl You would be pleated r Range and refrigerator included. the country and the conveniencesof Grace S. Fordyce, Broker kiche. large landscaped yard. Uncleared land. South of
6 W. Univ. will close May 15th btoua relabe. phone and Clear Lake. 376510. and delighted with this well) the city this is the home for Dudley Goulden, Associate Melrose, Fla. CII ry. per acre. Ner.
Sept. Pick-up all re p a I rwo located 3 BR. 2 bath Harvey Benton Associate MARY MOELLER $0
car. Fuller Brush Company, NICELY wooded residential lot. qualtyheme 2 bedroom masonry home and 334 you. Custom designed and bit 926 W. Univ. Sap. Reltor. Nebrr Flor
nhan._u_ 9-7117._ ___ on paved road NW ottown in Mason Manor- ACRES OF LAND ONLY 2Y for the large wQodec lot 376t2 7-2
NOT DIVORCED and I have a 3x30. m i les desire neighborhood-central heat miles from the city limits. 51. looking th will love SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 3 Br. HOME
brand new 1964 model automatic OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! city limits. $3.000' or air condition-lots of DOWN the the spacious living Fla. Rm., large fenced yard In BUDGE ACREAGE
Zig Zag Sewing Machine that You've read about fabulous Village 20 pet. down with up to cs trees-It would pay yow to see 0 rom with fireplace roomy kit- biutif Idylwild. Priced at 14. partially furishe
I sell It! 'r this home before you including refrigerator near schools I 300 plus acres heavy hanvi.
We would Ik. Gre No..help to pay. Call 372-0331. by BLACK ACRES We have 2 love range. 0NEAT ShOpplf. i rxr
dos everin.up payments Excellent earning opportunity for Reasonably priced-Come 26 ly 3 bedroom 2 bath masonry dish washer and deep down payment, low mo. pay $10-. .:CK land horse farm.

se. per month total price lcens Real Estate salesman FOR SALE 10 x 150< lot with well N.W. 10th Avenue. FR homes In this very desirable area. freezer, separate dining room. and CLEAN Spacious 3

$5Uo 815 W. Univ. Ave. FR 6 Alen Doran sales manager. and 600 septic tlnk fenced.Phone 1 BR CB. city water. lot 50 x 10.pa CALL US FOR DETAILS lovely bedrooms, 2tt tths. and Br. Home in Excelet Condition 660 ft on U.s. 441, Commercial .
Inc. PJVL a 12x45 front 900.MARY 20
Edwards extra
1075 Hugh 372.151 5:0 street down payment o lare. lovely garden acres Ino.o
ne. week.n.I.BY _
The 2098 ft. of living area
sq. lot.
------ -- ACREAGEWe have several Price only
Automobile salesmen. Experiencenot ana MO mommy immea. occu 512.20DAN
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WRINKLES and small tracts of land is centrally heated and air conditioned Colonial Home o 9 are. 2 lakeson
Ridgway Motor OWNER 3 large beautiful pancy. Located near bus line and large
Coty another,
$5 Li Tax Co 1132 neesary.S. Main Street. FR 2-3 woe lots. Just outside city Stephen Foster School. 1114 NW available. CALL US NOW feature by 3 is A-C the units.University An added BYRDASSOCIATES propr. Gainesville.o $30,000
Nice residential area, 39th Ave. See and phone 376- ,
Odi'a Pharmacy I bomb shelter. Located MOELLER good terms.
EXCELLENT sales opportunity in tested 19 man
I 16Cetrl Plaza, (Nex. t Wlnn the Gainesville area for nationally tract liberal with terms.3 acre Also private 16 lake.acre 7170. John lust outside the city lm INC.Jack .
LAST OPPORTUNITY this Is 2 acre tracts N.W., ft mil. of
_Dhl tDL used bsines machines. Age All or part. FR Merril its an exceptional DeYot Realtor tel
23 to 35. Fuly protected sales 2-8. 3 and 4 unit U. of F. Flavet type CALL US NOW FOR FULL DETAILS Associates city limits excellent buy $11X00

:8, Baby_ Sitters Child Care territory con siltin of Alachua Beutifu 3 Acre Tract Entered by Apt. bildings Ideal for lake Walter Stoddard Chris Stone REALTOR ea. See us fo acreage. .

and several surrounding counties. Wide Private Drive. N.W.Section. place rentals. MULTIPLE LISTING Emmett Holloway
We need a conscientious ambitious Out of City Limits Must be moved from Univerit Phone 372-1494 If you are looking for a fine IN- 825 N.W. 13th St. 1019 W. UnlV FR MARY MOELLER. REALTOR

TINY TOTPLY' celf-starter salesman. Se n d E. C"CURLY" KUEHN JR property by June 15 BES COME PROPERTY call us to Cal Night or Day 37.21 Member of Multiple 67 1019 W. University FR -4471
I 37.144ASSCIATES
complete resume, age education 633 N. Main St. OFFER. Ph. FR see this 3 tearoom home with

family all business experience I FR Broker FR 6-6544 ANN an attached 2 bedroom apt. Both
SCHOOL mitary. 623 BY OWNER Mason Manor, 3 BR, I
furnished and
and completely only
2 bath. heat built-in kit. IN THE
cent photo. P.O. Box. reI LOTS cen. dead. 513.3. Apt. I rented for 570.0
24 SE 8th St. FR 67 Jacksonville 7. Fla. I end huge street screen porch paved lot rEasonably FREDARNOLD per fUN

PLANNED program awaits your Near new V.A. Hopital. 5 Acres.MARY shade
BIG MONEY IN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Call priced. 2-237. REDUCED Beautiful lot in
youngster at JACK I
prsch. NURSERY SCHOOL Build your big payIng MOELLER REALTOR 822 NW 39th Ave. 2 BR furnish. Black Acres, near University .
route
Music programs educational .house-to-house steady Income for tsiness'. 1019 W. UniV FR 67 Large. hobby lot. near workshop.school, Quick car garage Golf Course now only 1.20 ,1 .% .
7:45-5:15. Mon.-FrL /' 'f
film-strips. I with over 250 finest quality COSMETICS OLD house needs repairing. w ith sale. $6995. Owner FR ,
1331 S.W. 13th St. FR 63900. Terms 6 JOHN MERRILL
AND HOME NEEDS. *
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25 x 100 tot. Make an offer. 3604 ,
Child Care in my home. Fenced I Beautiful packages, fast sellers. Phone 376-8103 REALTY
yard Reasonable rates. Good Guaranteed. Start others selling : BR, 2 bath, CCB home, loat REALTORMULTIPLE

references. Phone advance to Distributor. Write your 34 Waterfront Property near Llttlewood. Terms sit
3-313
buyer. Owners moving
experience. Old 97 Co o
KIDDIE KORTChild pans Dept. N. Tampa I a. state.St. Call 333 621 35th 4004 N.W. PHONE ASSOCIATES 372-1494: SUNBOATS
33605. ON THE GULF

care center FR 2-6667 WANTED AT ONCE Man or woman Cedar Key Shores 3 BEDROOM home extra large 13th Place MARCELLA. H. BUCKHANNAN PARDIW. NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA

care for Infant orChid hardwood floors. N.E. sec-
EXCELLENT to supply families with Raw ros bath
2
in my home. References. leigh products in W. Alachua (Other Properties tio Large shady lot. FR 6 3 broo" residece.and ce. MCKINNEY

FR t41.Employment. Co. or part Gainesville. Many 5556. traly air-onditione lot. beautiful & MOORSBOATS
AndrewsCedar OUTDOOR RECREATION
David
Dealers earn weekly part pati _ _ & MOTORS
$ SEEING IS BELIEVING Indoor- tr $1D GREEN
full time.
time $100 up
Key 3841 outdoor Florida living at Its
FA E 320 WHO WOULD LIKE THE 76'Ji 24"
Write Rawleigh. Dept.
best. In to the usual this GRILL
_1. M.pls TelSALES WINFRED H. CRAWFORDReg. house Idditi covere gard SouthwestBeauifl DEATONREALTORS HUNTER Introduced Fiberglass by FRANK FishiogBoat 12 Plo fshi boats. HOOD-SPiT$1099

Broker, specallzing in extra large brick home Vi acre S.
FEMALE HELP WANTED LAKE PROPERTIES -ACREAGE. tio central heating Pr p square o feet in PHILPOTT? GOD YEAR SERVICE STORES
MANAGERNational Ove EASY TERMS OR THE BOX
1 3 miles No. of Melrose, and many other featur main 20 2 CENTA TACK 7 N Main 3.3
bts. J. J.
ditllng. FinleyIf CHARGE
BEAUTY DEMONSTRATORSEarn GR S-2981. _W. 58th St., Durant hs. brl. _ _ _
the es 51 dinln r. lep fm The Heart Of East GalnesvIHe-
needs
up to $5 per hour demonStratlng company LAKE contemporary. 3br tate FR S ily roo Fireplace n g you have a large family a
Studio Girl services of an experienced GENEV. Central -conditioning want plenty of room, this FRANK PHILPTS Check with Cari
famous room.
Sales nearly new 2 BR. CCB. terrazzo floors tiled List of Classifications to choose
life lamp bt FR
long
guaranteed
4
will well B.
Full or beamed and heating. home sere you SPORT 2.17l.
Ti furnished
Coetic after .Pe Manager who can train and ceiling throughout. Roman bath Small down or ufrnise S4. R. 2 bath- Room .Central Home HUNTER Fiberglass _ _ _ from
P 36 others In this area. payment O
supervise py- Heat Ideally 3
BE A FASHION Work bath. Large se patio. mt of $per mo. Cat F 6 $700 Downto blocks of the loa: withi Pave Fil Bot"r ALACHUA COUNTY'SONLY

SHOW DIRECTOR High cissiS. overrides, white s cr. ares 15L qualified FHA Buyer. 3 bedrooms strPs .. Beuifl shaded Quality Sells Itself DEALERJOHNSON Ski Swlll-DII
buses an grp insurance. sn beac S5 M 2 baths large room excellent condition
NO delivering or car OPEN HOUSE Ivln propr
colein rs 551. Fishing
under Can Ave.
FR with fireplace, den, m Price 1.0 Eqipet.SLES
necessary. Connie Robbin This is a unlmite. oprn CBS HOME. 3 BR. 2 bath LR DR. 3 Bedroom 2 Bat. Fla. .i'.hwe.Pler., "" be FHA w1t to drum n22.i1'O FR a-6893 SEA HORSE MOTOR
6-1968 after 6:3 pm"SRH ty for the righ mal large Fla. room & utiL Rm O S400 Ro price kltcf S197 ocr mrfrth tn- o vrit I et skew you AND Safe Items.
COVENTRY" all details in first letter. Box extra large lot. Keystone Lake. I Oy mo. By owner. 1937 N.E. 17,0. insurance. this fine DQr before you .on. Fr S pm 1-f Lone Boats Orlando Clipper
.
mlnl.Ht. OIl 41fM c/o Gainesville Sun. 2 blocks to bsne: dist., closeto 7 56 p cum an bwy. Can 2-311. Boats. Ski suPe Sailing rigs. Golfing Equipment.

f fl"l elreoL Part 11.00 S ters.cres o Total phone price STUDENT scrfi 2 br 5521.500 Good ValueYou 601 S. ST.Tel Equipment.
Fo ,
tl tim. apint- Female CCB MIN
Wanted I
Plry
16 Work h. homeIn
ment U Excellent 3 2 bath
cal 3-7. wisi ma br school find In this 3 B.R. 1 bath Baseball Eqipe.SUU
HELP turn your spare time Itom. avatiat IR CONDITIONED, gas heat It minutes f Uni.. f wi in the Northwest area.
STUDENT stenographers completely furnished 2 bedroom I blocks to Ig. area Crts and drapes are Included. SWIMMING Where Fish.
No aollcMlnfl o dll.r. will work by the $ lt. screened Only down and a Want POOL t
Hoe
own hr. house on Cowpan 22 miles $9.500. 4117 N.W. FR pr. $0 S-O
Lk.
In appointment your wi Busi College, 21 East'of % $ 4635 After nu S 2 Lawn and landscaping are month Cal FR 2-317. Ads
Pri ,8 -
5:3
cl
b Fo Ph V63.WANT Terms FR sie. 1029 N.W. 36ttt Drve. Plus many many
372-7049 lob as practical nursecompanion. 1672. avalabl. 6 RENT or sale easy term, 2 BR, Littiewood BE CAREFREE m.
CB steel roof deep well U acre.
Call FR 6-6319. ANKY: Large 2 tile bath I 20 mln. Gainesville. Phone 466- lakefront Here Is the house that will suit Get Results Enjoy e clean and neatrhy

FURNITURE WILL care f aged o III in y fear around Home Uttle _3224 Micanopy. Acres sparkling sprlnq-fed your ns It has the location- Master Pool Service p ADVERTISE D* THE
home, anta Fe Lake. Commuting disince t with o sand bottom. right school. It has 3 B.R Supplies Monthly cleaning
37686. 3 blks. school. 3 BR. lak 11.0 2
UPHOLSTERYFor ; 1st Fe. Mtg. $15.000. A fro File i rtn n t-- 2 baThs Fla. room Kitchen combination service.FR SERVICE DIRECTORY
workmanship I 17 Work Wanted Male ,m& ow fo 16.0 cs 1 bt dinin r sre p. wi Central heat. I is ; 2-5363 6 2-3171
to quality jwnl I, pc Vlage.FR 11,6. In ARNOLDRealty priced right only' $16SCO Can I
c. --7h be FHA financed One yr. old-
del .
RETIRED BOOKKEEPER
372-6142 ISUAL: a nicely furnished TEMPTING BUY Owners have left town end trust

GAINESVILLE few part-time beepn D. jne o COWPEN Lake with 3 Bero 2 bt kitchen bit Ce-rp"ny sell. You should InvtttlqKte b MERCHANT To ad in the
counts to kep. Cli .mazing opportunity fo development I r heat Lstn Member fore you buy. Call FR 2-3617. MR. : place your
UPHOLSTERY mody. 473-4500 KeystO.Heights Size'frontage. conditioning. Fen cod back 1219 W. Univ. 372-3522
iso* N.W. ism st Can give references. bas. o 'Ki Terms. Outside city Priced Ave Pete Slog ASSOCIATES 3723441r
Go lit Alte PHONE
Fret e U WORK WANTED all around I ASK $1 I 'Ir reb. 34 Ja F. W. Hedge J. Fred Guy Jayne ButterworthCoU Fun in tlt Sun section -

I presser, full time lob. Phone 372.1 ARCH CAMPBELL REALTOR N.W. .3t Stret Ph fi Sheppard Charlie Mayo J. W. Davis R. J. Wiltshire
7174. P 376 707 ANYTIME. 2' Bob KaUunan Jimmy Greene Multiple Ui ,







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! 6C Gainesville Sun Sunday May 17 1964 .
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48 Houses for Rent Unfurn. 49 Rooms For Rent 49 Rooms For Rent 49 Rooms for Rent 49-Rooms For Rent
1
5itl Farm & Acreage 45 Furnished Aptt. NICELY furnished room. Maid ROOM and board fur gins. Use I

) 2 BEDROOM house unfurnished service. Parking space. of washing machine. CaU FR 6- AIR CONDITIONED attractive. I COZY single room. front, corner.

NEW concrete block home on 3 DUPLEX 2 BR furnished apt. Gas stove. refrigerator and heater. able rates. 210 E.. Univ. 6083. clean quiet room in new home. window awning. well furnished. -
acw of land. north of Gainesville for cooking 8. heating. Cold THE TIME IS NOW 4413 N.W. 13th St. $70 month. FR 6-7423. Reason-I NICE front bedroom. $25 per Kitchen privileges. Ideal for student I gentleman only. 231 SE 2nd $t..
FR t-1541.: 6-2930 Mr. Haynes.
city limits. Buy turn or water turn. Private front & back 102 NW thIs St. Men month. Kitchen privileges extra. 3723102 or 372-8944. near post office.
unfurn. Price turn. $9000 with entrance. Phone FR 24400. 1806 WESTWOOD-Litttewood schools 3-4 rooms and apts. near campus 6-1961.

goad terms. Phone owner. after NE 18th Place. BR, 2 baths kitchen equipped day,, week. month. FR 6-2937 or. l.

6:10 PM. 372--<<07 or 442 1175. 2 BR Furnished duplex. 1917 NW big shady yard. 600 NW 36th FR 61082.MEN. ;: rwvvy..:-wv. -.<:.t..iJlE.:: .mml\.l.: : .. :: -.
St. $135 mo. 376-6671. :5zr UvWv < w Call FR
36th Ave. $52 per mo.
Fordyce Acreage 2-4224. Do You Have A Room, Apartment 2 BR kitchen equipped, 1206 STUDENTS :

STUDENTS 2 & 3 bedroom air i I N.E. 9th Ave., $85. comfortable singles rooms 122.50 -and Doublesand J32.50 L
180 acre ranch. 60 acres permanent Call FR 23617
pasture. fenced cross conditioned apts. Available June Or House to Rent? McKINNEY GREEN. INC. monthly. Phone 29222.
Low rates. For
1st. summer I -
cattle fenced.farmer.in 2 Levy wells.County.$165 an Ready acre. LoCAted for appt.Kaplan.to see phone 372-0481. Mr. Closing ONLY cost included.$450 DOWN LARGE shower clean.& refrigerator.cod room. accessto Linens Setter Hurrylfl ,

2 BR $62 & maid service weekly. FR 2-
per mo.
I and 2 bedroom furnished apartments
.
1185 or 21981. 416 NE 2nd Ave.McCOY'S
160 acres at $165 an acre. Off some air conditioned. REMEMBER-A rental COSTS 3 BR $72 per mo.
Newberry-Archer Road. Summer rates. near Universityand vacancy See at 2C30 N.E. 55th St.
Medical Center. 916 S. W. Phone FR 2-0258. lF---

SO acres 10 miles out Archer Rd. 7th Ave. Phone FR 6-3442 or FR YOU MORE. than the ad that will rentit i CLEAN 2 bedroom house. kitchen .
$145 an acre. Beautiful oak trees. 6-2664. furnished. 838 SW 9th St. $80 i Macoma Homes

SMALL furnished cottage and month. University Realty FR 2- I ,
lOO-i.acres. nice frame house. 11 trailer for rent. Suitable for 4351 I
miles out Archer Rd. $275 per acre. Inc.For yHomes
Moore Trailer I
working couple.
FencaC and cross fenced. Other Court. 2330 E. Univ. Ave. 49 Rooms for Rent I Sale. very attractive 3- 1J
available at
small tracts reason- 376-8164. bedroom. 1-bath home. 4617 r
able. prices. Here's what Vacancy COSTS YOU E. University Ave.; walking
ROOMY 1 BR. living room kit- your PRIVATE ROOM with bath 1 Blk. 1'
N distance to Lake Forest US
chenette. private bath & private : from campus $35 a month. 1104 :
Fordyce entrance. No Pels. Apt. 208. 204 i I S.W. 3rd Ave. FR 20989. I Schools. Price 12500. $500
NE 5th Ave. Ph. 6-0266. EVERY DAY until it is rented : : -1 1I I down and $79.50 per month. : 1
Associates Inc. NICE downstairs rooms close Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoyJr.
TWO Bedroom Trailer. $60; one in. private entrance off-street Day FR 6-7290. nights FR :1 Leftj
.u- W. Univ._376-1236 bedroom. $48. On 5 acres. Adults I I parking. 531 SE 2nd PL Ph. FR 6-5015. Office corner N. Main : ;
RENT IS YOUR LOSS PER DAY IS !I
IF
only. Sorry. no pets. 4611 N.W. : : 22582. and 23rd Blvd.WATCH.

43 Colored Property 61h St. Call 29838. i .t.. ;
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I BEDROOM furnished duplex. $40 per mo. . $1.33 per day -- I
Newly decorated $50 month. Ii E. C. "CURLY"KUEHNr I Id {.,
HOMES FOR SALE in Pine Forest
II .
N.E. 13th St. Phone FR 2-0374. ...
2 & 3 Bedrooms. SE 14th St. & I' $50 per mo. . $1.66 per day JR. FOR :
SE 7th Ave. Some no down pay. BEDROOM and STUDY with Kit- IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT '
ment. Some small down pay chenette. private entrance. free Homes. Lots. Income. Bus k- JabteU telling i
ment. Monthly payment $57 toM parking all utilities furnished. 3 I $55 per mo. .-. $1.83 per day iness and Lake Property. !II tdnewi community:
Cooperative $
$ Also homes built on your Farms and Acreage apartments to
lot.for no down payment. blocks north Baptist Student I be built in Gainesville. For :
.--Call TOMMY RIDGELLBtulrffr Center. Available June 1st. Mature I $60 per mo . .$2.00 per day E. C. "CURLY"638 N. MAIN KUEHN.'ST. Jr. information call FR 62921or iy: Quality At V1ed1\1 1 1I

Phon FR -41S lady preferred. Phone FR FB 6-2032 Broker FR 6-6341 write: i I :
6-2072. $65 per mo. . $2.16 per day P. O. Box 13956 :

-.44 Cottages for Rent FURN.decorated Duplex.attract 2 Bedroom.I ve setting.new I y $70 per mo. . $2.33 per day --- ---- University Gainesville Flo.Park I HUGH EDWARDS INC, i

TURN. BEACH HOUSEOn walking distance to Campus. Call i EYES RIGHT I L.::!:: !j J

Crescent Beach. Only a few 376-5379. Apts. N.E.16thAve.otl5thSt. Ph.3721551
weeks still free. Call FR 2-5281. $75 per mo. . $2.50 per day See real dream living In Shadow ""
2 BR 1st floor furnished apt. large Lawn Estates. Models Open.F. AA L r : '
FURNISHED I 1 BR cottage all rooms. screened porch. clean.
electric. tile shower. good ventilation. freshly painted. sprayed monlhly $80 per mo. . $2.66 per day D. .Oliver. Bldr.Ph. -
for pests. Water furnished. $60 FR 2-0866
located on Santa Fe
Lake. Phone FR 2-5458 or FR 2- per mo. Phone FR 6-5883. West on NW 39th Ave. past
$2.83
$85 per mo . per day the Glen Springs intersec.
$169 YOUNG COUPLE or aged couple I tion. See sign on left.

_:45 Furnished Apt$. Available preferred. now.but no Call children 6-6512.or pets. $90 per mo . $3.00 per day --- __ : I 1
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REDWOOD APTS. 4401 S.W. 13th I =- 49 See Them All Then-
FURNISHED Apartment for rent St. New air conditioned 1 BR $95 per mo. . $3.16 per day z"
I with living Rm.. bedroom. tile apts. water furn. $90 per mo. ; :

bath. air-cond. 1. 2 bedroom -Call FR 6-0427 or 2-6723. I $100 per mo. . $3.33 per day Quality Homes ,
FR 2-9569
Apt 1 BEDROOM. completely furnished
FOR RENT 1 bedroom furnished upstairs or downstairs near j -
apartment. Clean and cool. $60 shopping center. See at 612 N.W. I WEST VILLA
month. Water furnished. Call 10th Ave. or phone 6-3549. $75 CALL 372-8441 TO PLACE YOUR
Ronnie Hayward. FR 24761 or per mo.SMALL .
N.W. 16th Ave.
i'
FR' 6-6134. bath
apartment. private COMPARE-
Very clean nicely furnished I bed- hot and cold water. Clean and i
Mom apartment. Tile bath. S6S. quiet. Adults. $40 month. 317 N.E. SUN RENTAL WANT ADS & 37th St.
H3 S.E. 5th Ave. FR 6-0644 or 2nd Ave. FR 6-5289.

fR 29569 Mr. or Mrs. Thomas. VERY nice large room. refrigerator -

S ii-I BR turn apt with private private entrance. Call FR I

..\ eat. Also a 2 BR apt with airS 6-2721 or 495-2312. ,. TERMSWalter
ttndltioner. Walking dist. toTgwn. LARGE 3 BR. IVx bath. Ig. livingrm.

lit. Call FR 25514._ dining rm. combination.Price 47 Houses for Rent Furn. ,
45 Furnished Apts. -
rr FURNISHED Apt. for rent $55 per $75 per mo. Water furn. I -
r D). Water and lights turn. CallER Call 3722907. Stubbs Inc. /Lftf Sizes I.

2-1823. or FR 23794. 2 BR furnished apart with porch. CONVENIENT to campus. clean. 3 BR. 2 Bath Fla. Rm. Furnished I
2 *R. furnished apartment No Near University See at 411 N.W. couple or two students $60. Water Home for rent. $125 per
,ets. 311 S E. 8th St. Phone FR 15th St. or call 2-4647. $55 per furnished. 3727309. 122 NW month. Call 6-6853 from 10:00A I "We Trade Houses"HOME f
"961. mo. .M. to 6:00 P.M.
25th St. t (You need enough room for privacy) ,
Klft-ELY furnished convenient 3 ROOM furnished apt. nice & COMPLETELY furnished home. -
towntown area $75 Also garage clean. For married couples on- 3 or 4 bedrooms. Available I I 1- .
1l. air conditioned. $70 Adults ly. Adults. no pets. Rent rea 46 Unfurnished Apts. June 1st. $150. Phone FR 6- .1
nly. no pets. Inquire Lillian's sonable. Call 376-7844_ 6261. I

Music Store._ EFFICIENCY apt.. private en- I
kit I
TWO bedroom duplex
I trance 81 bath. Lights & hot water 2 STORY. 3 bedroom 2 bath fur
t pSTVATE! newly painted. close furnished. Summer studentpreferred. chen equipped. $35 per month. nished house. 1005 SW 13th St. .
II3 rooms and bath. Hot and See at 4166 NW 6th St.
1 Ph. F R 6-5824. $125 per month. Phone FR 6-
U:d water furnished Off street
I ptrking. No pets. 15 S.W. 2nd 3 NICELY furnished apts. for rent. UNFURNISHED duplex. 3 bedrooms 3672. I Square Footage; Per
"'Iace.I 1-I BR apt. 2-2 BR apts. 503 living room kitchen BEDROOM 4221 S.W. 44th St. $100 BUYERS .
CLEAN 4 room apartment. Close NE 4th Ave. bath. Freshly redecorated.location /; Call FR 2-3617 Doll I., -
Good
miles from downtown.
I, shopoing 609 N.E. 6th St. MCKINNEY GREEN. INC.
2 ROOM one bath garage apartment for children. $75 month.
Phon FR 2-1391. US per month. very quiet neighborhood. Call F' 2C419 until 5. FR 2-2648 FOR RENT 1 BR furnished house GUIDEby ( Ours published price list)
are on ou r
FINISHED apt.. Ig living room. suitable for one person or cou after 5. Saturday and Sunday. located 309 NW 15th Ave. $70 per
lichen. bath. private entrance ple. Call FR 6-1730. mo. Phone 372-8690. ..
TWO bedroom apt. available Immediately The James Co.
U NW 21st St. FR i-7441 or TWO bedroom furnished apt. ; lower level of do- AVAILABLE about June 1st. Furn. 1 1I

gjler 6. FR 6-6112._ near Univ. & Alachua General' pex: ; stove and refrig. situated 3 BR. 2 bath home. 'Ig. screened The James Co. of Gainies- 1j
rR. Hospital. Ph. FR 67955. Gaines about 3 blks off 1105 .
living room. large patio. campus. porch. carport. fenced backyard ville, Inc. Builders of Kings- I
,t walk-In closets, large built ink ville or write R. T. Stroud. P. O. NW 4th Ave. $80 per. mo. Phone with large shade trees. Good berry Homes for this area will i
itchen. Phone FR 23826._ Box 345. St. Augustine. FR 65871. neighborhood. Close to high school be happy to answer any questions

i-:-MATUREcentlernen. students. I BR. furnished apt.. water fur NEW 1 BR duplex apt., kitchen & U of F. $150 per mo. Phone you might have concern .
Private downstairs efficiency. nished. 4123 NW 12th Tedr.. $60 equipped. $60 per month on a 376-7768 for appt. ing home ownership. You mightbe ; /Servce
Reasonable. Phone 2.4056._ per mo. Call 376-2641 or 376-2930 years lease. Ph. 376-8372 days. ONE 3 BR. house furnished. $60 one of those people that -
BEAUTIFULLY ask for_Mr. Haynes. 376-7327 evenings.LINFURNISHED per mo Water included. Call 485- now owns a home but found
furnished air con- 2362 Brooker. Fla. that it is now inadequate if 'I I
ditioned. 1 bedroom apt. Acr 0 s s EAST SIDE 2 Bedroom du
this Is the case a call to The :
Street from Norman Hall. Very plex. 2207 SE 45th Ter. $50 per 3 BR completely furnished air'
James Co. could well
large rooms. 2 closets In bedroom. GARDENAPARTMENTS month. FR 22372. conditioned home. Near shopping solve your problems.very By this (Ask any H.C.M.Home Owner) ,
Immaculate condition. Permanent and schools. Fenced backyard
LARGE modern I BR apt. Kitchen we mean trading In your pre-
6 tenants desired. No children or furnished child welcome $90 per mo. Call 6-0640. sent home.
Rent $90 month. Apoly 1127 ,
pets. .
$60 per mo. See at 1807 NW CLOSE in. 2 bedroom furnished 1
$.W. Sth Ave. or call FR 26616. $57 per month upGainesville's I
6th St. r -e. 403 S E. 2nd St. Call 372. I I There hre a number of questions -
NICE I BR furnished apt. Private Finest 1185. can answer concerning -
bath 8. entrance. Hot & cold trading. We feel that

__water Phone 2 furnished-9704 or 1995.$50. _per mo ment.Lovely Furnl 309'I hed and NE or 9th 2 bedroom unfurnished St. Phone apart.376960S ION 47 Houses for Rent Furn. cEIY ers 1st. have Very CLEAN gone good 2 North BR deal house until for right own-Nov. by pck exterior: talking a suitable design with floor that us plan will you suit can and You owe if to yourself to buy a home you can live in. Con- t

FURNISHED apartment for rent. : T., LAKE GENEVA 2 bedroom family. Hior.s 3762892. your needs from our many
for two. male only. airconditioning 1 BR. 1226'/j N.W. 8th St. $65. large Florida room. month or SALE. TRADE. RENT. Furn. Unfurn plans that we keep on hand.
central heating. u t II. Mathewson C II sider future check sizes for furniture
it. furnished Phone 2-8433 or 6-4173. 1 BR. 419 NW 2nd Ave. $55 year.GR 52530. Manor. a .. 3 BR, Fla. Rm. Breakfast A call to the James Co. will your plans room l
EFF.. 419 N.W. 2nd Ave.. $45 Rm. garage, fine location. 725 get all the facts 'about any r I
EFFICIENCY apartment. private 1 BR. 3505 N.W. 17th St.. $65 2 BR nice lot. fenced. $90 per N.E. 7th Terr. 372-8223. Baaum. type financing. any question:;
bath and entrance. Very clean. 2 BR. 1010"i W. Univ. Ave. $75 mo.' 1 BR. r you might have without any established
Adults 708 E. Univ Ave. McXINNEY-GREEN, INC. mo. Frank aban'R 6-2V37 obligations on your part. placement then inspect our patterns. Live in an I j
T Realtors FR 2-3617 or 24351. 48 Houses for Rent Unfurn.
1 Bedroom lights and
duplex. We have lots available In .
I'' water furnished Couples only. MODERN 10 x 45 trailer, avail. 2 BEDROOM duplex at 2016 S.E.
No children pets. Call FR to 15th. $75 House FORDYCE mo't anv sec'en of town for I of home ((27 families/
or I able up Aug. per mo. 2nd Piece Corner 21st St. RENTALSFOR you to choose from. community happy owners
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6-5824. Phone 3767559.FURNISHED I open. Call FR 6-4230. RENT OR SALE 3 Bedroom.

CLEAN. 2 BR. upstairs apart efficiency apartmentwith 2 BR furnished house no pets. Call our agency to find the Jimmy Womeldurf and Gene r
ment. near Campus. $90 per mo. air-conditioning 555. 3224 NW $70 per mOo 3037 SW Archer house you wish. Many listed. Paramore have over 30 years Manor i
I have homes in Court
Also purchased two Highland -
apartments furnished.
Phone 23329. 13th St. FR 26428. Rd. FR 25633. I combined experience in the
; -- 2 bath central heat. built-In construction of homes. By care- .
stove. Call 485-3811 after 3 p.rn. ful supervision by Jim and

I FORDYCE Gene homeowner it will to enable get more you as home the one family has purchased th ree. ) ,1

; SERVICESHome ASSOCIATES. INC. for your money and certainly ,
926 W. Univ. 376-1230 makes The James construction -
to be beyond compare.By .
UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom house.
$70 month. Unfurnished 2 bed- building primarily the
room house. $60 month. Furnished Kingsberry home we feel we PLUS GAINESVILLE'S ONLYRESIDENTaRESTRrCTED
And Business duplex apt.. $90 month. FR have a great advantage and
6-7466. great opportunity for you as

NEW red brick home for rent. 3 the purchaser to pick design
BR, kitchen living room carport and floor plans that are created SWIM CLUB
by some of the country'sleading
Bulldozing Plumbing and utility room 899 N.W. r
_ _ 40th Ave 1 Blk from Stephen j architects.If .
SMALL.-. ozt'r. loader dump SEWER INSTALLEDNEW Foster School. SItS per mo. to desire
you complete Information -
trucks fill dirt lime rock. Top right party. Call 4812418.
soil. Phone 3727846 8. used fixtures complete I call The James Co. and
plumbing service "BlG' JIM 2 BR. unfurn. house with stove we will be haooy to come to
BULLDOZERS & Dragline. Back HUGULEY. Gainesville Plumb-I large yard quiet street. $65 per your home and spend an/
hoe. wheel tractors. motor Inq, FR 11589 mo Phone 23329. I' amount of time necessary to
grader. Free estimates. W G. explain The James Co. systemof VISIT OUR MODEL HOME TODAY I
I (Ruck Johnson, FR 6-6719 RemodelingNEED 3 and BR. out.I bath.floors newly refinished painted inside wired I home ownership.We : .

Concrete A NEW Florida room. carport for air-conditioning. at 714 N.W. can secure FHA. VA and
patio. screened-in porch. 22nd Ave.. $100 per mo. Call several' different types of con- 4 BEDROOMS-2 BATHS
CONCRETE finishing. Walks. etc.? Call now and get it done FR 2-1476 or FR 6-2735. ventional financing.Let THE MILLBRAE 'I. I
drives patios slabs and shuffleboard for the summer months. Call VERY NICE. 2 BR. kitchen. living : ,
etc.. expertly done. Estimates 3728049 after 5 P oM. for freeestimates. room. dining room screened front us mention a few of 1494 Sq. Ft. Enclosed Space
Call 372-3884. anytime porch with large lawn. Availab I e the Homes that are either under j I :
now. Call 6-6512 or Waldo 468- I construction or in the .

FIRE EXTINGUISHERSFLORIDA Upholstery 1634. I planning stage.4Bedroom. Drive North on Main, Turn Right at N .E. 23rd Blvd. Continue to N.E. 12th St. J..

FIREEXTINGUISHER VERY nice, 2 bedroom CCB carport 3 full tile baths "
Appliance Repair & CO. UPHOLSTER reasonable prices.your furniture Call Sally.at end front porch. Furn.shed, I I with over 2300 Sq Ft living and Turn Left. Follow Model Home Located
Signs to on N.E. 31st Avenue.
Sales and Service Exoenencpd FR 6-9888. including automatic washer. ,I area. You must see this hometo
Air Conditioning All types of Fire ExtinguishersPick Near school' and shopping center appreciate it. We will trade
I $110 month. 311 N.W. 20th, on this one.3Bedroom..
up and delivery service : Sewinq Machine Repair J.
Ave. Phone 372-3039.
C. R. Thomas Ph. 376-8989 j :
IVj bath with
A-l HANDYMAN SHOP Gainesville Fla. CALL-SEWING MACHINE SER LESE or SALE. Prof. moving. i hardwood floors loc: *-* onwt'll .
First in air conditioning and Appliance VICE CO. 815 W. UniversityAve. 3 Br 2 bath. Hardwood f I o o rs. .
repairs. We sell guarantied Landscaping 376-1075. We repair all double garage Ig. wooded lot. payment.shaded FHA.Construction lot.. Small uo n- There are many built-in benefits which we feel are of utmost importance toour :
washers refrigerators. etc. i _ Makes Work fully ouarant f'd. Faculty neighbors 343 S.W. 20th : I

PR LANDSCAPE SERVICE _St. to start soon on "" il .
60247.WE FIX IT Grass-Sod-Garden Main-Nursery Tires Alignment 3 BR, 1 Bath complete: kitch e n, 5 V. A. 3-4-Bedrooms homesin : customers in Highland Court Manor. A few of these : ._ .
Any type appliance. electrical stock of all kinds.CREVASSES I Brake Service near schools and shopp'ng Cl'nI N_E. Gamesv.lle.; Call now --
NURSERY I ters. For information; Manaro's and make all color selections. !
work or gasoline engine repairs
done Immediately and economi FR 6-2514 for Landscape free estimate Co. -VACATION- SPECIALON Restaurant. FR 2-4690 ,I All We these have will 40 lots be brick on 39th veneer.Ave.100'x276' 0 Wolmanized pressure-treated lumber is used from shoes through studs -. 1
cally. Pick up and delivery. famous nationally known Mohawk 3 BR hcuse at 1311 NE 14th Terr. -
BUTLER 1 SONS tires . Save up to Stove 8 refrigerator. $115 per plan to suit Pick a lot and house and plates to insure you a lifetime of termite protection. .;. "
SERVICE CENTER Mortgage BrokerFHA 50o on new tires. See our new mo. Phone FR 62472 We-eman you. _

1531 NW 6th St. 376-2866 and conventional at lowest wrap around retread that gives Realty. Now under construction 3- 0 Del Mar natural finish wooden cabinets for lasting chip-proof beauty.' i iHCM _
AIR conditioners installed and re current rates. Terms to 25 more mileage S. traction. Lati- RENTALS I Bedroom. 2 baths with 1453
Tire Co. 673 N. Main paired. One day service. years. Will gladly discuss at no mer SQ. Ft. floor area. double carport 0 Your choice of or electric Tappan built-ins-Americo's favorite line.
C. A. Bohannon obligation. Call tomorrow.J. W. have many attractive rentalsin on shaded 100x276 lot. Will gas '. :
19MT NE 23rd Blvd. FR 6-4169 W. KIRKPATRICK. Realtor Tree Sprvif'ft I I trade on this one.
houes.
furn. and unf rn. Call
31 N. Main St. Ph. FR 2-8494 A-I TREE SERVICE MARY MOELLER REAL fOR I Ccpper water lines for a lifetime without corrosion. :
Service
Appraisal FRED B. ARNOLD Pruning. demossing. bracing & ea- 1019 W. Univ. FR 6-4471
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REALTOR bleing. & tree removal. Cavi t y NEWLY painted inside. Living ,_ i1l0N ., S Moen Dial-Cet shower and tub fixtures just set the temperature to _

FRED B. ARNOLD FHA AND LOANS CONVENTIONAL work ice and& tree maintenance.feeding. Lawn Licensed serv- bined.room: 2 and bedroom dining, ba'h room kitchen.can-- your liking and turn off and on without adjustment. : j

REALTOR 1219 W. UNIV AVE. PH 3723522 8. Insured. Free estimates. Troy

:REAL ESTATE SERVICE APPRAISAL -MORTG/GE-- -MONEY- Thames.466-348. Gainesville 376-2940. Jack. Fla Hoov e r. sh-d 1025 ?N.E.Yard.3rd$55 Ave.r-onth' or call Inquire FR O Courteous cooperative salesmen whose primary goal is making you happy: .'

l1t W UNIV. AVE. PH. 372-3527 25 SV* per cent interest. Terms to 6-6703. in your new home. ,
veers.BUY .
BUILD REFINANCECall TRUCK HAULING 2 BR house with 2 screened porches. -. .
Auto in NJV section. Good condi -
Equipment .
Dan Byrd & MOVING tion. Water furnished. S75 per -.... .

825 NW 13 St. Ph. FR 2-2511 ANY type hauling. large or small. me. Phone FR 6-326E ext. 2523. For More !Information ;

HYDRAULIC JACKS rebuilt & GLADYS Smith Realtor FHA done Immediately. courteously. 2 BR. kitchen dining rm.* living i! Call Court 11
exchanged; Repair kits for and conventional loans. Low and economically. BUTLER 8. rm. 614 NW. 22nd Ave., S5S' Highland Manor <_
Walker Jacks. Factory authorized rates. Terms to 25 years. 1228 SONS SERVICE CENTER. 1358 per mo. Call Ocala 6291744. i TheJames

Walker Hydraulic Jack W. Univ. Ave. 372.5393.FORDYCE NW 6th St 376-2866 CLEAN. quiet. 3 BR, 1 bath homenear :i the .swim cluti community .

Main Service SERVICE FR Agent...21497 SUPPLY HULL'S 1314 BRAKE S. Conventional and and Associates.F.HA. I e ans.Inc. Well Drilling 515 N elem..W. 36th school Ave., $100 Phone per 2-OT89.mo. I j) Co.Of -

Car 376-1236 Grace Fordyce. WALLACE BURCH WELL DRILLING MODERN. 3 BR. \\t bath. airconI I!
I Realtor Fordyce & Associates. I ditioned with large screened I Of Gainesville Inc. .
Auto Glass Inc... 97* West University Avenue Quality Work at Fair Prices. porch carport and utility room Builder of Kingsberry 1;; ):. -
2 to 6- wens.Call with washer-dryer connect!.
'I ..372-0598_ at 601 N.W. 3i'h Te*.. S125 pet Homes
AUTO GLASS Is our only bust! PAINTING mOo CoIl FR 21476 or FR 6-2735 OFlCE PHONE KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON

ness. Immediate' installation; WANTED Painting. Free es I WINDOW CLEANINGWINDOWS j I 3 ER. 2 OJ?tX CBjLt-'nrsnge: 372-2527
tree pickup delivery Add & dishwasher large fenced back GHTS & HOLIDAYS
timates. No job too sinaI! cleaned. floors cleaned : ra. lifo NE 15P. Safes! Office N.E. 23rd
beauty 81 value to your car.MAULDINS I Work and waxed houses washed. 10 -ce 372-7401 Blvd. & 11th Terr. Phone 3723471r
guaranteed. Phone
AUTO GLASS CO.12S'N.W.
j yrs. experience Free estimates i FOR RENT 2 BR unfurnished ,
St. FR 6-2558. FR 2-5630.
6th
1 I Phone FR 2595S. frame house. 1941 NW 31st Place. I
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49 Rooms For Rent 51-A Wonted To Rent 54 Business Rentals 64 Household Goods 66 Misc .For Sale. 66 Misc. For Sale
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I ( qI ROOM IN Home for quiet re- QUIET room to be used as GARAGE 2nd St. Call space John tor rent.Merrill 613 Real-S.W'I USED APPLIANCES NEW and used chain saws lawnmowers SOLID Mahogany bedroom suite WOTPOINT 30" electric stove
$'iIce' served person. N. W. Sec study. Reasonable. Phone FR tor. FR 21494. I RANGES FROM $39.95. edgers, tampers. light blond dining room suite. Maple good condition, $30. Phone FR
I r tion 1 mile of campus. Phone FR 2-1989 10 AJA. to 6 PJM. i Refrigerators from $49.95. plants cable. WIsconsin. Briggs hutch new Walnut table. Buffets. 65623.
674.77.LARGE. TV from 3995. & Stratton new and used mo oval front china cabinet. Re-
room for men twin beds. 56 Business Opportunities WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL tors. Rental sales and service. upholstered Lawson sofa other ONE 14' Hotpoint Freezer. 3 yrs.
3 rent single or double. Showers. 54 Business RentalsAIR THE VARIETY STORE Meyers Power Tools. 230 NE household Items. NEARLY NU old. perfect condition $125. Has
refrigerator. Call 2-1911 4.16 N.E. SHELL OIL COMPANYIs 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR 16th Ave. Phone 3763411. Furniture Shop. 324 N.W. 8th 26408.2 'r. warranty with It. Call_FR.'
2nd Ave.LOVELY now taking applications for 4-1184. Ave. FR 6-4892.
'lasll.tl.S
___ CONDITIONED AIR CONDITIONER Coldspot 12.-
service stations now under construction NEW clothes for 11W fashion dolls
: large comer room In NEARLY new modem office or in Alachua County. T-A-G APPLIANCESTested 500 BTU. 250 volts excellent condition APT. size upright piano $90; sec-, V* retail price. Many unusual de
J adult home with dbl. bed nice location at 3733 West Univ. Ave. Please call Mr. Pope at FR' and Guaranteed $150. See at Lot 63 Pine- tional couch and table with 3 signs. Must see to appreciate.
big desk with swivel chair. CloseIn. Ph. FR 6-2472, Weseman Realty 2-5333 for application and ap 42 Refrigerators from $39 up hurst Trailer Park. chairs make offer. Phone 372- 1004 NE 5th Ave. FR 26512.
Ph. 3722296. 1113 N. 'Main St. 9 Ranges from $39 7998.ISO .
pointment. Paid training and up USED refrigerator gas range and GE apt. size refrigerator. I ate
CYoa'U !lrwe II CLEAN comfortable rooms ladles N.W. 13th St. Building to be con guaranteed start. 17 a Dryers Washers from from $19$49 up up 55,000 BTU oil heater with fan. Chain Link Fence gate & all model $SO or best offer. Call
I : or and gentlemen.bath. Call3092.private. entrance structed. Space available for EXCELLENT downtown Sincla r 2 Food-Freezers from JW up Heater almost new. Phone 376- posts. Admiral portable TV. Cabinet 376-1128 after 5:00 PJM.THWARTED .
physician dentist lawyer phar Service Station -open and doIng 2 Dishwashers from $49 up 7781. Raytheon TV. Phone 3721084. LOVER
NICE furnished room. convenient to macy. beauty shop and barber business will lease to re- 10 TV Sets from $35 up V4 c. registered diamond write
University and Downtown. Sum- shop. If Interested Call 3761831. sponsible party with adequa t e JIM VOYLES APPLIANCE CO. PORTABLE Dishwasher. $150; desk FOR SALE gold ring set. Marquisa. Orig.
& swivel chair. $25 Grund i
mer rates. Phone FR 22815. capital. Sinclair Refining Co. 419 NW 8th Ave.Ph. 372-5303 ; g
RENT Concrete block buildIng tape recorder, $30. Phone 376- price $375 will sell for $275. Call
FOR
Ii Phone FR 6-0222 or 2-6512. FRESH. GREEN BLACKEYEDPEAS.
Village jreeit NICE rooms for rent. 1607 N.W. 0863- 6-1128 after 5.
30 x 80 plus 2 sheds MAYTAG WHIRLPOOL & KEL- .
CALL 472-2092 IN
12th Road. Phone FR 2-4972 or DISTRIBUTOR WANTEDA
connected to main bldg. Ideal VINATORS. New automatic MILL ENDS HENDERSON'SMILL RCA PORTABLE record player &
,.'.c. FR t-6083 for auto repair shop etc. $160 business of your own deliver. .washers from $138.99. STORE U. S. Hwy. 19. Crys- NEWBERRY. leather case. 45 speed. Good con-
i.1 per mo. 4431 NW 6th St. Call part time. Maxwell House & San- New Refrigerators from 15888. tal River. Fla. Only 1 hr. 15 HI-FI Set Rondine Rek-O-Kut dition. $25. Call 3761131.
:1 Luau : 51-A Wonted To Rent 372-8554 any day after 6 P oM. ka Coffee. Baker's Chocolate & New Freezers from 13995. min., from Gainesville. Lltera 11 I y turn table. Pilot amplifier. Hartley -
: Opening Instant SouP. etc to offices & New IcemaJcer refrlg. from $279.95. TONS OF TOWELS end MILESof and Acoustic Research speakers. 70 Boats-Marine Equip. :
I JOINING Univ. teaching statf Desire OFFICE building for rent for real retail stores. $995 covers Invest- WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL FABRICS. Selection Quality Call FR 2-5628 Sunday after
: Today 1.6 house by late Aug. 3 BR estate Insurance or related bus- ment on all equipment cost on THE VARIETY STORE Price. Irregular bedspreads beau- noon between 1:00 and 500.
:i. preferred. Daughters 13 & 15. iness. 300 to 400 square feet will 50 locations and should net $300 7 S.E. 1st AvenueFR tiful and one third off. L o vel y 16 ft. FABUGLAS Commander
References. Visiting Gainesville remodel to suit tennanf. New and to $400 a month. Only a few 63484. carpet ends three fourths off. WESTINGHOUSE washing machine. Mark 75 Mercury engine etc.
(0 (0" e '1-11.-.1 i early June. Please write F. Bar. clean located near traffic artery hours a week of your time can First quality Cabin Crafts carpets Westinghouse stove 1953 4 dr starter. Running light heavy
'AIIAA OMe rett, 607 Progress Blacksburg with paved off-street parking.For be expanded to full time opera- FREEZER CHEST TYPE. Guar- and and Chrysler piece of lake front property duty trailer. $950. 2215 NE 15thTer.
p "' Va. information call FR 2-0733. tion. Write Coffee Bar Co., 924 anteed. Can deliver. $57.50. sheets. Throw rugs $198 Pepperell on Long Pond, front footage FR 2-5538 after 4 p.rn.
Area Suite 2. Jacksonville, Fla. Refrigerator service In your Tel. 2953399. rugs up. 100', depth 30CT. Phone FR 6-4278 ir FIBERGLASS Boat. 50 *P
t1 EDWARDS 1KC. RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTO home. No service charge on re- HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. after 5:00 P.M. Johnson. Tee-Nee 4-wheel trail
tiyHUGH pairs. Wanted refrigerators and USED furniture. Single bed. $10. er. $1250. FR 4-6961. 20 S.W.
I'f .t.r. HOUSE HUNTING? SERVICE LOCAL STORES freezers needing repair. FR 2-1330.. Shown FR 2.8889.REPOSSESSED by. appointment. Phone Upholstered chair $8. Recllner 23rd Street.
: N.E.tfthStreet SPARE TIME Chair $5. Phone FR
-9631. 326
:2837
,. > m V SINGLE bed. twin beds with Wal- 14' LONESTAR. Fiberglass. New
NOEXPERIENCEREQ.REPLACE I Slant Needle S.W. 12th St.
.f nut bookcase headboard. 4' table. 25 H.P. Electric start generator
Phone 372-1551 CHECK THESE NORTHWEST MDSE. & COLLECT V walnut Couch. High Chest. Buf- Singer.. appliques Zig Zag and attachments BOY'S 26" bicycle. excellent con motor. Gator tilt trailer. $695;
J MONEY fet. Frigidaire dryer. Call FR 2- overcasts satin switch monogra m etc.s. dition. $15. phone FR 28758. FR 23241.
UNUSUALLY HIGH PROFITS 5628 between 1 and 5 Sun-
lfi1J1.x'W%: rZJ.rN.i41.'tz; ;:?'tZZirlJ.fl: I HOMES TODAY: OPPORTUNITY IN FOLLOWING: day.GARDEN p.m. W.$650 Univ.per mo.Ave. Balance Phone 3761075.$67. 815 CLOSE Wallpaper.OUT SALEOn 98c a Roll 15' Fiberglass elec. Gator boat trailer.30 h.p.Trade Johnson for "

GAINESVILLE WILLISTON 3 STRAIGHT chairs 43" high. 1 HARPER PAINT CO. smaller fishing outfit or casfiT"
66 Misc .For Sale. no lunlc G. E. Ganstlne, Waldo.
FHA & VA HAWTHORNE OCALA tapestry covered. $20. 2 with carv- 10 S.W. 7th St. 372-4366
ALACHUA STARKE ed backs $25 pr. table top gas
= : HIGH SPRINGS LAKE CITY stove. 4 burners griddle oven MAPLE drop-leaf table $7.50; student 72 Office Equipment -
Norwood PLUS SEVERAL OTHERS FIRST $25 buys Hoover Upright broiler 41" wide. by 25" deep. desk $7.50; door $3; and
SAVE! $15,400Three Vacuum complete with all attachments $45; Mittens. Professional movie chairs. Phone 65919.

i : Hope Mdse.Supply fast ACCOUNTS moving Nat.SOLICITEDBY Adv. Phone 25689.ADMIRAL .excellent condition. titler 8245. complete. $8. Ph. FR 2- CLEAN your rugs & upholsterywith GAINESVILLE'S supply dealer largest volume Chesnufs office -

bath colonial model. All brick amazing Lustre Foam. Office Equipment Co. Invites
bedroom, two COMPANY. Can start small 10 cubic Ft. Refrigerator OAK roll-top desk in perfect con Use our applicator free. C a II yotr
-.u I II IIIM8I! "H" Inc. front corner lot. paved street all city services, walkto and expand to full time. frost free. Good. 45. Eng dition; chests of drawers; wood Home Beautiful Furniture, 1703 to free come delivery.In and Chesnuf shop or call Office for
elementary and Junior High schools. Only $550 lish Bike Loaded $16. FR 2- wardrobes; roll-away beds small N. Main St. Equipment Co.
I 1115 NW .40th Drire We Trade Homes down; only $94.53 per month complete. These homesare $297 TO COVER STOCK 3075. refrigerator runs good. $10; lamp. FOR SALE kitchen table 41 Ave. In Downtown 106 Gainesville W. Univ

3 Br._ 2 Bath or Property I new and almost ready for occupancy. If sober-minded and have genu- Complete set of COMPTON EN glass many windows odds and and ends screens at TREAS-; also chairs, porcelain top with extension I
Also
CYCLOPEDIA'S. 1962. Just like $18 9 x 12 wool
-We sacrifice ine desire to get started in URE CHEST Fairbanks 1 mile
., must this B your new never been used. $125. rug. gray & red scroll design.
".-Our IIIIIIIIIIIItmllrJIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIBIIfIfIIBII! : own high profit dignified s p are North of airport. Call 6-1283.
j inventory Is too g time Easy terms can be arranged. $25. 1817 NE 15th Terr. FAIRERFAR
business write or at
wire
i imuch' -We will take $13,500Three once for personal appointment in Phone 6-0318. GIBSON Air conditioner. 18500 BTU. THE best costs less. Broil with
j -$850 for our equity. The following art ready for vur rww, i-#lude some facts. ALL CHANNEL T. V. antenna See at 324 N.W. 19th Ave. your broiler door closed no
_you assume $17,000 occupancy. Give phone No. Double stack complete. Nothing WURLITZER Mahogany spinet pi smoke or fumes In your kit BY
UI_,. I UPRISES INC. else to buy. $15. Brants. ano. Queen Anne style. 450. Twin chen. Call Fuilgas Your Phil-
Approximate mortgage. 3707 N.W 21 st PI.4BR. bedroom one bath model with double access 527 Lexington Ave., New York 17 513 N.W. 8th Avenue. size box springs mattress $15. gas Distributor. 3765392.
:Hurry to take advantage 2 bath. $700 down. I to master bath. Stunning exterior elevation. 100x N. Y. DOWLING'S UPHOLSTERY Chromed dinette set 4ch a Irs. FOR SALE Carol Estates Swim i
.of this $107 mo. 100 foot lot. Lots of windows. Only $450 down FHA. Chairs, low as $8. No money Turquoise cover $25. 906 N.E. 20th Club Membership. New member
$81.00 month. 61 Wanted to Buy 1115 NE = Monthly payments only per Free for $175. Phone 376-4911.
5th St. 1442 NE 16th PI. estimates pickup and de- SEWING MACHINE
3 Br. 2 Both :3 BR. iVi bath $400 down. WANTED: water cooler must be livery service. All work guaran 1964 Automatic Zig Zag. Looks LADIES luggage. 3-piece matched
Our Loss Your Gain 191 per mOo $15,000Three priced reasonable and In good teed. Phone 3767786. and sews like new. Makes St., $15 ...1:1ne FR 22430. FAIRLANEAS
working condition. Call 3728441. fancy stitches with drop In
--Our inventory ext. 20 8-5 weekdays. TRADE your costly to operate button ,
must cams holes sews on SEVEN-PIECE CHROME
3330 & 3320 ELECTRIC water heater and
I ,be lowered We will bedroom, two bath Sherwood model 1200 CASH for your used furniture refrigerators $48 for a new glasslined GAS buttons, blind hems overcasts DINETTE LOW AS
NW 30th Ave
take $850 for our equi modern Only $100 down stoves TVs, clothing water heater. Much more hot raw edges darns & mends. Large :U x 48 Inch table with 12
3 BR. 1 bath, tWO dn, $79.50 square feet of living space. Only $5812 or 7 payments at
You etc. FR 2-3737. William'sService water at about half the cost with Inch leaf. Five straightback and
ty. assume $13.600 per mOo VA FHA. Monthly payments of approximately S3 55. Call 372-2051.
or $450
Center Hawthorne Road. OUR LP GAS. PROPANE. one captain chair good condition.
(Approx.) mortgage $91.00 per unit complete. ARCHER ROAD. FR 65110. V size gas range In good condition Call FR 21225. I $199600SHAW
WANTED used conditioner
room air
a Hurry! We must sell 4617 SE 1st PI. small Call FR 66698. LARGE FORMICA table and 4 $75. Call 3764775.GE .
[ now! 4518 & 4608'SE 2nd PI. chairs. $25; Couch $15 Phone D Ish w a s her used 6 months.
$12,250Our
"""f1111111W118111 3 rB'r0.1': bath $500 dn. $68 62 Machinery & Tools 3721854. other kitchen equipment. See at GAINESVILLEAUTO
1707 E. Univ. Ave.
GOOD HEARING IS ONE Of your SALES &
FOR RENT 205 SE 38th St. best buy at a popular price. Three bedroomone TWO A-6 Case combines with most Valuable Assets. Don't Neglect CLEAN your rugs & upholstery with
motors both for $500. Call or It. Visit Gainesville HearingAid amazing Lustre Foam. Use our 1007 N. Main St.
124 SE 7th St. Bath, $300 dn.. lit per mo. bath home new and distinctively different at $400 write Eugene Haufler Rt. 3. Co. Today. 620 North Main applicator free. Call Home Beautiful Phone FR 2.6313
3 BR. 1 Bath down FHA. 100x100 lot with trees, $74.00 a month Box 217 B, Gainesville. FR 6- Street. or Phone FR 60095. Furniture. 1703 N. Main St. 2KEETER
303 SE 38th St. clean and ready for a family.All 3336. Northcentrol Fltxido'sLargest
1 Year Lease $100 per MOo total payments. Newly HOOVER and KENMORE home BEAUTIFUL colorful I mounted
304 & 314 SE 39th St. city services walk to elementary and Junior High MISC. tools. -"rml1VllIlll1lBll! 3 BR. 1 bath $500 dn. U4 schools.All hack; : makinq machine, new over. ing condition $11.50 ea. PLATFORM Miami. Fla. Only $165. The Tackle Independent Dealer I FR 2.0503
per mOo of these homes are located on N.W. 39th Street, tisd door hardware. FR 24017. ROCKER 1250. 376-4640. Box 1490 Hawthorne Rd. .... .
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We Trade Homes 3 BR 2 bath, $700 dn. $98 Sales Office N.W. 39th Ter. in Palm View k
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ALL OUR HOMES ARE 4 BR. 2 bath $650 dn. $91 BROTHERSPhone
OPEN FOR YOU TO EN- per maJOY

YOU SEEING WILL NIM.Lr. 3224 NW 30th Ave.

1123 S.E. 4th STREET 3 BR. 2 bath $600 dn. $86
FR 4-5301 or FR 4-7989 per mOo : FR 2.9545 daily: FR 6.0948 nights


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HOMES Drive a Hawes-Powers G-W Guaranteed, Like-New Better Car


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WAS NOW WAS NOW

MAY ...
WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY 64 CHEVROLET 5.5. Radio heater, auto 60 METROPOLITAN. 2-door hardtop. '

matic trans., power steering. . . $3295 $3145 Real $ 545 $ 500 ,"

15 50 x 10 64 FORD Galaxle "500" 4-door 4
SATURDAY hardtop, 59 IMPERIAL Crown, 4-door hardtop,

2 BEDROOM automatic transmission, radio, heater, AT. Full equipment, power. $1095 $1000

16 power steering air. . . . . $3295 $3145'
ONLY' 58 PLYMOUTH 4-door. automatic transmission : .
64 FORD Galaxie I 500" 4-door sedan, radio heater. -295 200
$ $
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17 $3187-$54.09 PER. MO.SUNDAY automatic trans., radio, heater. . . $2995 $2695

63 PLYMOUTH 4-doqr sedan. Automatic SUPER SPECIALS
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trans., air . . . . . $2095 $2000


I 63 CHEVROLET Impala, 4-door hardtop. '61 FALCON 4-door deluxe automatic transmission '

ps, PB. automatic trans. . . . $2495 $2445 $1145
'FREE FREE radio, heater. Sharp . . . .

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

63 BUICK Special, 4-doorwagon. . $L795, $1700 transmission, radio heater air. 1245
.i DOOR FISH FRY PEPSI
63 VALIANT -100 2-door ST radio
60 PLYMOUTH 2-door hardtop. Automatic

eater. . . . . . . $1695 $1500 $745'
transmission V-$, radio, heater. . .
PRIZES SAT. 4 P.M.ITIL ?? COLA
62 IMPALA, Super Sport, power steering.

PS, AT. 17,000 actualmiles. . . $2195 $2190 59 .PONTIAC.Bonneville, 4-door hardtop. Fully $1195


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

BUY NOW AND SAVEYOU'LL 61 OLDSMOBILE. 88 4-door. sedan. Real 59 PONTIAC! 4-door station wagon. Fully equip. $QQf

including air. / / J
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Clean. PSt PB ,R & H. . . . $1395 $1350
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COME 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.. _
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60 CORVAIR, 700. 4-door, automatic 57 PLYMOUTH 4-door. Automatic transmission
$545
trans., radio, heater . . . . $ 695 $ 645 radio, heater, power steering. 1 owner. .

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Hawes-Powers Motor Co.




SEE: J. L. Smith, Frank Gray, Wilbur Slight, Mac McCullough, FR 6-3400 V _

4820 K.W. 13th St. 3725773y Plymouth-Valiant -Chrysler-Imperial-Simca, Sales and service I
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I 8C Gainesville Sun Sunday.. May. 17. 1964 .

85 Automobiles for Sale
73 Musical Merchandise 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 85 Automobiles for Sale FOR THE CORRECT
1964 4-door air-cond. CHEVY II I
I.
.. Nova. This car is one month TIME .
ORGAN SALEOf TRUCK! FOR SALEPRICEDTOSELL 1963 VOLKSWAGEN sunroof de old and is being offered at $450
Christmas Left overs. All luxe.FR 6-4009.300 miles like new. $1495. below lowest available Gainesville FR 2-1411 BARKLEYMOTORS
new organs. Savings up to 30 price. Call FR 6-995 daysor I
per cent. Earl's Piano Co. (1) 1956 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed 1962 CORVAIR Monza, 4 dr., auto. FR 6-2378 evenings. Courtesy Of
702 W. Univ. Ave. 3722223 (1) 1957 GMC 2 Ton Flatbed ,
tires bucket
trans. r & h. wsw 2 AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN Ex.
University ChevroletN.
(1) 1959 INTL 2 Ton Flatbed
seats $1595. Phone 372-4932 after perience not necessary. Ridgway
America's WURLITZER No. I piano :and (1) 1956 INTL School Bus 5 P.M.BRING ,. 8433 Motor. Co. 1132 S. Main St. FR 2- Main St. at 16th Ave. INC.
organs are at Earl's Piano Co. out the best In your car, ,
Gainesville's evclusfve Wurlit- FLORIDA FRYERSPaul Auto &
Superior painting body
ler Dealer, 702 W. UniversityAve. Thames work. Fast dependable service 87 Automobiles Wonter Sun Want Ads : t
Phone 3722222. Phone 2.1900V0LKSWAGON free pickup. delivery. WRIGHT'S
BODY WORKS 2031 NW 6th StFR I CARS WANTED 1950-54 Fords NO
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DEAGAN orchestra bells for 1961 Panel 6-9707. & Chevrolets. Al Herndon Service Get Results I
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school or home. Steel plates. truck low mileage excellent Station 916- SE 4th St. {
chromatic range of 3 octaves. condition. $1095. 503 SW 2nd Ave. 1964 RENAULT, 2.000 miles, $1195.
Bargain. $14. Also mahogany adjustable Phone 3722151. 63 Comet ......._............ $1395
Lyre-back piano chair 61 Renault .................. $495 I TRADE-IN NEEDED
$20. Ph. FR 28245. 80 Tractors & Truck Rentals 63 Renault ...._.............. $795 I YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FIND A GOOD NICKEL CIGAR, BUT NOW YOU
PIANO. condition $100. C I II 1960 Vouxhall $350 I
good a ,
FR 2.2487 after 6:00 P.M.Automotive. 1962 Ford Galaxie .......... 1495
RENT in the a USA.truck from one-way United anywnere Rent- Phone 372-3407 or FR 2-0245. CAN ENJOY THE LUXURY OF AIR CONDITIONING FOR ONLYCDMfT DF

Ails. 625 NW 8th Ave. FR 6-2135. 1960 Cor v a ir, automatic transmission
I radio, heater fold down -

83 Motorcycles & Scooters I 6-2917.back best seat.offer.Good 1423 condition.N.W. 8th St.$450 FR or ---------- ---i 1t; YOU HAVE A JOB

CRUISAIRE '61 or Lambretta '63-
Mechanically excellent, good FOR SALE 1954 Chrysler Imperial
77 Mobile Homes for Sale transpOrtation Call FR 28426or air cond., radio all power & 1 1 WE
Univ. ext. 235S. new tires. Come by and take a C
look. 1653 NW 14th Ave. or call
1958 HICKS trailer, x 43'. with Allstate 1962. 1600 miles. $140. 372-1041.
11 x 30' cabana. Air conditioned Call anytime FR 68566. _
1956 OLDSMOBILE automatic = ==
9 HAVE
3 BR. furnished. Phone 3767317. 1949 Harley Davidson motor cycle. transmission. Radio, heater. Good A CAR FOR
74 cu. in. OHV. Runs fine. $175. condition. New tires. $295. Will '
Phone FR 6-7089 after < P.M. trade. FR 64009.
WYATTTrailer 1984
MOTOR SCOOTER for sate 1963 I 1943 CHEVROLET Belair I automatic YOU
Allstate Cruisaire. Take up pay transmission, factory air
ments. Phone 3762339. Mr. Bo- conditioning. V-8, power brakes
Sales zarth 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. and steering, radio, heater, 12/-

Home of 1964 ZUNDAPP Motorcycle. 250 cc 000 tion. miles.$2395. Will Show trade.room FR 6-4009 condi-. I 164 4-dr. hard top. Radio, heater
Pacemaker Mobile Homes elec. starter. Assume paymentsof FORD
Shasta and Alrstream $30 per mo. Phone 3762302. BEAUTIFUL white station wagon, with any new Mercury or Comet pur 3 automatic transmission -
I
Travel Trailers 1960 Plymouth, top conditionall er steering 4,000 miles. Full
,
Ocala's First Mobile Horn around. Power steering r chased now for a limited time your fac$284'
Dealer Since 1948 84 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS & h, auto, trans. Will trade C I tory warrantee. 2 to choose D
1923 Silver Springs Blvd. equity for older car. 1955 or air conditioner costs you only
Phone 629-1353 SPECIAL auto painting 2995. Au- later car. Bal. approx. $500. ; *LA FORD 4'<*oor sedan, radio i heater,
Ocala Fla.
tomotive repairs and tuneup. 3725651. 1 Uf automatic transmission pow-
Miller & Sons, 732 N.W. 1st St.
FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES Phone 372-0080. I er steering, tactory warrantee,
$279-5
AIR CONDITIONING, Tune up 4.000 miles. 2 to choose from .
4820 NW 13th St. 441 South Special, $2JO for performancetest.
Gainesville 3725113 All makes and models. C I LA CADIY 2 door hardtop Fastback.
Hours 8 to 8, Sunday 11 to 7 202-404
Hawes Powers Motor Co. Air 'V4A1 Uf lUlUS Radio heater
auto. trans.
Service Is a must with us. Conditioning Servicing Center. ,
SPECIAL THIS WEEK 204'N. Main St., Phone FR 2- MONTEREY power steering, Factory Warrantee
$2845-
10 Wide used mobile home. 2561. Caliente 4,000 miles. . . . . .
large lot. $2895. 1 Mile S. of MONTCLAIR
Paynes FR Prairie.63052. For appointmentcall 85 AUTOMOBILES for SALE 2 & 4 DOORS 63 (HPV IMPALA- door hardtop, \
automatic transmission
MARAUDER pow-
WE BUY
BUICK 1954 and 1958 PLYMOUTH. HARDTOPSSTATION steering, radio, heater, Factory
USED MOBILE HOMESTop $75 a piece. Call FR 6-3570 after $2695
Air.
dollar paid. phone 376-0571. i pm.CORVAIR. WAGONS BREEZEWAYNO Factory Warrantee.

NOW SHOWING Monza, '63, equippedwith 7A3 FORD 4'dr hardtop, auto trans.,
1964 MOBILE HOMES radio, heater, white side
2 and 3 bedrooms, all Floor wall tires. 8,000 actual miles. GIMMICKS OR EXCEPTIONS. BE 0 UR GUEST AND TRY ONE OF THESE ryiW radio, heater power steering,
Plans. Terms tailored to meet Assume payments, small equi Factory Air Factory Warrantee.
your budget. Drive a little and ty. Will consider older car for $
save a lot CONNOLLYMobile at ext.equity.33, Call 8-5 weekdays.owner at 372-8441, VOLKSWAGEN FINE CARS EQUIPPED WITH FORD'S OWN AIR CONDITIONER. 4 to chose from. . . . 2695

Home Sales, Inc. DODGE Station Wagon 1954. 2-<1oor. I 7A3 FORD convertible. Power steering,
2 Miles Norm on U. S. 441 auto trans., R & H, V-8. Cor. Hot deals on the hot car! That's the order of the day from your Mercury Man for the best automatic transmission,

Closed Phone Sundays 622-8166 net$295. Call good 63145.condition new paint, 62 VW Sedan. Radio, trade in allowances around. Comet Sales are up a whopping 131 % in just a year! The hottest radio, heater. 10,000 mile car $

8 x 37' New Moon house trailer. DODGE STATION WAGON '61, with red leatherette inter- car in the hot-car stable is the Comet Caliente. Here is elegance teamed up with Sports-car I Factory Warrante . . . 2495

Very Must sell reasonable.by Aug.Write Excellent box buy.421- good$54.24 condition per mo.take Call up paymentsof 6-8153 or ior. Excellent condition. appeal. Choose your power from a couple of V-8's: i including the new Comet Cyclone Super 7AO PLY 2door, hardtop, Fury automatic

A. c-o Gainesville Sun. 61510. $1395 289 with 210 hp or select either of two economical "6's". Best of all is the price. Still in the I U J transmission, power steering,

, WE GIVE Butts S Mobile& H GREEN Homes, STAMPS Inc FORD one. WAGON-1951 At Fanelli ,and 2 door.Edwards Good compact range. Come in now while we're trading high! Yoy'll! be glad you did. radio heater, 10,000 mile car. $

vi 4920 NW 13 St 376-8361 Store, Newberry Road. 61 VW Sedan. Ruby red. Factory Warrantee. . . 2795
For rent or sale 1962 NEW MOON HILLMAN convertible 1958 Minx, I 4-door
house trailer. 10 x 55'. Phone FR in good condition. $450 Call FR This car is a solid vehicle IMMEDIATE DELIVERY EASY TERMS ARRANGED 163 PLY sedan. Radio, heater,
Ave.21313. Can be seen 1224 E. Univ. 2-9702. with many miles of eco- \ automatic transmission, power

TWO bedroom house trailer $900 MERCURY power, RiH.convertible In good 1960 condition.full nomical transportation remaining steering. Factory Warrantee,

one bedroom house trailer $750. $1,150. Phone FR 6-0096. . ..$1095 N E LiNCOLN. MERCURY 10,000 mile car . . . $2495
Can be rented. Phone 376-8234 eRA
Monday to Friday 9 to 5. Oldsmobile 1953. Very good 163 CHEV I"10'32dr.' hardtop, radio,
IT'S FOOLISHto cond. $250. FR 24017. 59 VW Karman Ghia con- heater, automatic
PONTIAC '60 White H-Top, power vertible. Black with red interior transmission $2595
pay more. RECKLESS to power steering. .
B & S. R & H. Excellent
pay FACTS.less. Payments GET THE as low REAL as condition $1000. Call FR 2.8832. and white top. Mechanically 406 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-4251 163 1 00, Radio

57.29 per month with $300 down. PLYMOUTH, 1952 radio heater perfect. A good FIAT heater. . . 1295

Mobile LAKE Homes GENEVA Sales tires 1624 afternoons.good. Clean. Phone FR 2- buy at .. . .$1195 ___ _u_ __ ___ ____ 7A9 FO n Station wagon, ;auto trans.,

Rt. 100 SE Keystone Hts Fla. VW 1956 Camper new tires recent Willpower steering i $

BELIEVE IT mission.overhaul Needs on engine paint.& trans-$595. 60 VW Sedan. Dark green. heater. . . . . . IVyJ
Phone 3766690.19M We sold this one new and
'la. 4-door sedan
impala auto-
162
OR NOTSave automatic CHEVROLET transmission, 4-door,hardtop radio have serviced it since. I VflLV matic transmission power

$500, 10 x 46 2 BR fur. heater 2.000 actual miles. Excel- Immaculate condition. Steering, radio, heater
rushed, only $3195. $350.40 down lent buy at $2675. Private owner. facorty &n
1S409 per month. Phone FR 2228X $995 air. 2195
Over 50 models to choose from ;
1960 FORD. V-8 2- oor. WSW R & I
4-speed,
TRAILER MARTHWY. H. A. T. New shocks. Brakes 59 VW Sedan.:'One owner. y62 CORVAIRheater.
and tune UP. Good condition. $
17 PHONE 328-1050
SUNDAYS 1 TO 6 $875. Phone 3727204. Excellent condition. $895 + . . . . . 1695
1961 VOLKSWAGEN deluxe $1,150.
EASE PALATKA. FLORIDA Will take trade. Phone FR 6-4009. Red. SHAW and KEETER HAS I 700. Aut' trans.,
Sedan. Coral
1959 Model house trailer. 10 x 35'. 57 VW 761 COR V AIR radio i
1 Bedroom. (4 $
can sleep) Payas Radio. A clean car. $695
little as $200 down. paymentscan I heater. . . . . 1295
be arranged on balance.
Total and price out.$2175.Colored Like new fixtures.inside 1955 Chev 61 VW Station Wagon. 3 NEW UNITS IN 'A1 PAirnft! 4'door, sa da'd transmission -

Trailer can be seen at Brants 6 Cylinder full seats. Runs and looks SOLD 40 rMLViVlM radio, $v n A r

Gulf Service Station. 4-miles Standard Transmission heater. . . . . . .
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North of High Springs on -441 good . $1395 :THE: 1ST 15 DAYS OFTHIS
Only 3 left at CLOSE-OUT PRICES I 160 HILLM Minx. 14,000 actual
BANK SAVE FINANCING to $1.500 1955 Ford 62 PORSCHE super 90. MONTH : I{- ules. Local owner.

NEW, 10 wide mobile homes FAIRLANE White with red interior. Cleanest 6Q Model automobile $
Town & Country Trailer Sales 1. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED will see."D
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3860 S.W. Archer Rd. FR 22290. Blaupunkt radio headrest. you ever

12 PLYWOOD fishing boat. 5 1958 CadAIR Only 12,544 miles. $3595 159 f HF\f Bel' A're' 4'door, Hardtop, 6
months old. 7V4 HP. Fisherman
cylinder standard
outboard. Both $150. Phone FR CONDITIONED $nnC
6.2342.TRAILER. transmission, radio, heater. . O7D

cabana. for Located sale In with Glenw 10 x 0 0 15'd 1958 Pont 162 New Ford's, Falcon's, Mustang's, T-Bird's and Trucksto 157 FORD Station wagon. Extra $

Trailer Park Lot 19. Price 51,. clean car. . 795MOTORS
000. Call FR 6-4627. STATION WAGON Miller e choose from. You save hundreds of dollars. 157 FORD 2-door, V-8, $595

standard trans .
COOPERAUTO 6th Street Brown USfft '56 (MEV 4-dr, sedan. Automatic

I TRIM 2 CONTEST! 1 transmission, 6 $
BOAT TOP & SEATS Motors 1030 E. l&ftg cylinder. Local owner, Cream Puff. 695

MADE OR REPAIRED 2031 N.W. 6th St. Univ. Ave. ':-8 Standard trans.
2031 NW 6th St. FR 2-3582 55 FORD $495
376-4661 376-4664 Nice car. . ;
j We are in a national Ford contest. We intend to win.
-- Test the
Sunbeam
f The deals that we are making have dealers over the state "Imp"O
: talking to themselves. 15 Unique Sports Car features

" 0 Racing style engine

B.RAND O 40 Miles per gallon of gasoline

I 9 5,000 mile service interval
3. WE NEED USED CARS!



. . . P !5BARKLEY
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NEW 1964RAMBLER We are expanding our used car facilities Your car .

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will never be worth more.




4. FINANCING!
"In The Auto Game Barkley's The Nome"

2201 N. MAIN ST.


. We offer low low 6% financing on all-new & used cars. FR 2.4373 OPEN SUN. 1-6
passenger sedan ot
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never before price ; We handle it all No red tape no delay!
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ACT NOW ,. .

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2 EXAMPLES OF OUR SPECIAL BUYS! Yes! It's True!
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BRAND NEW BRAND NEW

1763 64 FAIRLAINE 64 FALCON NO FLIMFLAMNO

TOTAL PRICE TOTAL PRICE lTr

C100A $175 3> I/D DOWN GIMMICKSNew
C17QOy !.
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6 Passenger Station d ONLY $ 1 WO -4k' With Good fNNLY( I / OV With Good Credit "

Wagon at never 1964 CMC
Pickups
before price. (AIR SHOW TICKETS ON SALE AT OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT) I I
Act Now

[t MOTOR $175 DOWN


SHAW &: KEETER COMPANY $ 11

Per Month
2038DELIVERED Serving Northcentral "Satisfied CustomersOur -

Florida Since 1924 .:.::..: Most Important Asset"

fr-J.-N--- Including: License tag, state soles tax, life

AT lUDGWAY MOTORS-Plus Tax &Tag. { Q 0y insurance, and finance charges.

Ridgway Motors has put their entire inventory on special sale! > !

If you have been thinking about a new car, Tropical Pontiac

this is your chance to save big!! frry'Ji
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VACATION PLANNING TIME IS STATION WAGON TIME CMC, Truck Center _

'61 FALCON wagon. Automatic 60 RAMBLER wagon overdrive. 302 NW 8th Ave. ,FR 2-2583.

transmission radio heater. $995 radio heater. . . .$995 : r, .
'61 RAMBLER american 4 door 59 PLYMOUTH 9 pass. wagon.

wagon automatic . .$945 Automatic, radio, heater. $795

'64 RAMBLER wagon, automatic '59 RAMBLER wag 0 n. Automatic t ne Value Rated \ DODGE-DART

radio, heater air. Executive radio, heater. . .$895
car. . . BIG SAVINGS '59 BUICK wagoo. Automatic. Used Cars t DODGE TRUCKS
'62 RAMBLER American wagon. radio heater POOLE-GABLE
power .... ...... .. B&G MOTOR CO. '
Heater. . . . : :
.$1245 steering. . . . .$895 ." PY OPEN TIL 9 Cadillac Oldsmobile I 119 SE First A.,..

RIDGWAY MOTOR CO. PHONE FR 6-5371 Archer .J MON. thru FRI. 2001 NW 13th St I I 372-4343

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:l. FANTASTIC MARKDOWNS ,i MOTOR CO.CADILLAC YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR MONEY BACKSALE


NEXT A-l USED CAR FROM
OLDSMOBILE DEALER


1963 MODELS SHAW & KEETER GUARANTEE

NO CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE.
Factory air. Fully equipped., Low $4995 .
mileage one owner, in factorywarrantY.
5.5% GMAC financing.
1. QUALITY
MONZA. Coupe. 4 speed shift.
"free gifts" Bucket seats radio heater, folding I
rear seat. One Owner, 15.200 miles $1995 !
in factory warranty. 5.5% GMAC
financing . . . . 1
2. REPUTATION
CHEVROLET. Impala.sedan. heater.
NOCAMPAIGNS ''I auto. trans.. 6 cylinder. White Cr $O 1 O C ,
turquoise. One ,
owner 13.600 Jft m jr &
miles in factory warranty. . That's right. We are offering for the first time in the history -

1962 MODELS ; 3. PRICENORTH I of Northccntral I Florida a 48 hour money back guarantee .

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

air. Choice of three. In top reconditioned and well above the We
tion. Outstanding values. A condi$3795 CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LOWEST thoroughly average.
investment In motoring pleasure guarantee satisfaction by extending this unbelievable war-

: JUST CADILLAC. Sedan. Factory air. One PRICES ON QUALITY CARS FROM A
owner. Electric windows Cr seat. ? $3 495 ra n ty.

4 DEALER YOU CAN TRUST r4 DON'T TAKE CHANCES-YOU MUST BE SATISFIED!
OLDSMOBILE. 88 Holiday sedan ,
Factory air. Power steering, & $2495
GOOD- ,HONEST brakes. . . . . . 1963 FORD !] CONVERTIBLES

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

/"I = light greenPONTIAC. . . . . condiS 1145 Cony.. loaded with; extras Including factory air Cony.. Galaxie V-8, AT, PS. R &H low miles
I tioning. V-8, Solid white. White walls. low mileage, cne owner, new set wsw tires. like new white with red Interior.
I
II Bonneville./ Hardtop
I dan. Factory air, Power windows$2495 $3995 $2895
t I Qualify seat. Very attractive interior. 1963 FORD
solid vinyl seats . . . '62 CHEVROLET '63 VALIANT
Cony. white with red interior, AT. PS, R & Cony.. 6 cyl. std. transmission R & H, low
f I Automobiles 1961 MODELS Fairlane, 4-door wagon. V-8, radio, heater. Ford- S 1895 I H. 12,000 actual miss and like new miles. white finish with red bucket seats.

CADILLAC. Convertible. Factory o-matic, power steering, dark green, white walls. $2295 $2195
air. White with black leather
terior. In excellent condition. $2995
owner. . . . . 1962 FORD '62 CAD1LAC '63 CORVAIR
Cony., Beautiful white leather, InterIor with Cony., AT. R H, white with blue leather Interior
= -'63'BUICK CADILLAC. Sedan De Ville./ Factory bucket seats & red carpeting completely equipped and bucket seats, like new

a Elect'I'Z "335"- door sedan fac air. Fully equipped. ...... ...... $2995 Convertible. V-8 power steering, radio, heater, 1995 Including factory air. Sharpest one In town.
tory air,, power, steering, power cruise-o-matic i white top, body light blue.I White i $3895 $2395Air
brakes tic transmission' radio heater, beige, automa outside OLDSMOBILE. Super 88. Hardtop walls . . . . . . . y
r and In. Plenty of room. sedan. Power steering & brakes.

I .$3695( I i holstry Metallic .green.. . .Beautifully. . . _up-. $1895 1962 CHEVROLET ConditionedCars

I FORD: Galaxie hardtop sedan. 4-door V-8. Power radio heater
steering, ,
'63 BUICK tory. air Power steering. .....Fae$1295 autoS 1495 '
1 59 CHEVROLET
matic transmission. Tutone blue and white. 63 CADILLAC
Special Deluxe 4 door sedan 2-dr hardtop 62 series, completely loaded with Impala 4-dr. hardtop completely original Inside
V-t. automatic transmission RAMBLER. American sedan. Radio I solid white, black Interior low and out factory air PS AT. R & H. 2-tone
beige finish. Plenty cf fac heater, 6 cylinder. 38,100 miles. $895 miles factory, new air tires. blue.
tory warranty left. Long on 1961 VOLKSWAGEN
$2195 $4995 $1395

I I63 II!I I r U jge.E Canvertible. Radio, heater, white top over yellow.$4 1145 '62 CHEVROLET ..
-' Volkswagennterlor : I '59 CADILLAC I ligth Impala blue 4-dr.wsw hardtop tires. factory air PS R H.
I Fleetwood 4-dr. sedan fully loaded Including
TIONED.Vinyl You,must AIR see CONDI It to : 1 Year GW Warranty factory air very clean white with blue top and $2295
believe it. i 1961 TRUIMPHConvertible. blue Interior.

$1695 1960 MODELS $2095 '62 CHEVROLETImpala air, PS. AT. heat.
4-dr sedan factory
j tory CADILLAC.air. Loaded Fleetwood with deluxe sedan. Fac- Radio, heater, light grey finish S 1195 I er WSW tires solid beige & tan interior.
i tures. fea$25 $2195Galaxie
62 JAGUAR Outstanding buy on this 95 60 FORD
model. . .. ,
XKE 2 door .. --- .- In the floor' hardtop model. 4 I solid blue with original blue Interior. '64 FORD
and full of go. CADILLAC. 1960 COMET
Sedan.
Factory air. | Galaxie 500" lr. sedan, factory air PS, AT.
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$3895 Power windows and seat . .. .. $2495 $1 29 5 R &H, 3000 actual miles brand new condition
f fred -
new car warranty.
4-door. Heater, Ford-o-matic, tutone white over % % *%
OLDSMOBILE.
'61 BUICK I Factory air. White.88 Excellent.station wagon.Room $1 59S ) white walls. . . . . . &MM w 7)) '63 CADILLAC CHEv3RO E9T5
Special deluxe 4 door sedan & comfort.. . R I Sedan Devllle completely equipped. factory air '62

automatic radio and_ transmitterheater, low, air low, OLDSMOBILE. Super 88 sedan. 1960 CHEVROLET l white with black Interior. Impala, coupe AT.. PS, R & H, factory air new
Power tires like new condition' throughout.
& $4995
mileage only. steering brakes. The
formance, comfort & per$1495 ,
$1695 big car.CHEVROLET.. . . .stability. . 4-door. Heater, air conditioning, powerglide, $2395

Station wagon. solid white . . . . . . . $995 '
'60 BUICK I nomical 6. Standard shift. ...Eco$1195 I
II
4 door sedan full power Including 1959 OLDSMOBILE4door. WARRANTY
. white: top.air, Turquoise with i:, 1959 MODELS r I

$1395 : CADILLAC. Sedan De Ville. Factory Automatic transmission, power brakes, Get any other dealers offer to trade. John

i 1 I I air. Full power. .. .,.......... $1995 power steeirng, radio, heater. Solid white. . $89S guarantees to beat the deal. Make, model,

'60 BUICK :, OLDSMOBILE. Super 88 hardtop year and condition being 'equal. Why not

sedan. Factory air. Power windows $1195 1959 MERCURY save hundreds of dollars at Gainesville Auto
Wagon steering
power
power
brakes, radio heater, automatic i i & seat. Very sharp. . . .
I transmission. Justvacation. right for I III Sales.
summer 4-door., hardtop. Automatic transmission radio,
II BUICK. LeSabre
sedan. I
$1495 Factory air. $1095 heater, power steering, power brakes. Tutone $795

I white over blue. . . . . . .
CHEVROLET.
Impala hardtop sedan

'59 BUICK I I V-8. Power steering. ... ..... .. $995 1958 OLDSMOBILEFiesta

4' door sedan. Radio. heater.
automatic transmission. Rose I CHRYSLER. New Yorker :
hardtop Station Wagons
Wagon. Power steering, brakes,
mist. with white top. coupe. Factory air. $1195 power 645 _
Many extras. S
$895 ? automatic transmission air conditioning.i Tan

i PONTIAC. and Ton . . :. . . . : . '63 CHEVROLET '62 CORVAIR
Star Chief hrdtp sedan. Greenbrlar clean and equipped with ..
Bel-Air - Power. One owner. 47.700 miles. $1095 I 1957 FORD i R & H, new set wsw tires and very Clean. R & H, wow tires. -
:'59 MERCURY $1795 :
I $2695
!
door"nardtop. power steering t
cower brakes. radio. heater : 1958 MODELS 4-door Fairlane 500. Radio heater
i steer-
automatic transmission. I ii power $245 57 WILL I YS '62 OLDSMOBILE :
:. $695 i IIOLDSMOBILE.i 98 convertible. ing, Ford-o-matic, Tan and tan. . . . Wagon R & H, new paint, very good tires. "88" pass wgn.. AT.. ps. R & H, complete -
M 1! Leather seats. .. ............ $695OLDSM081LE. ,leather interior clean. ::
II 11 I $495 $2495

NO DOWN : Sedan air corxfi- ::.: '

PAYMENT tioner, ,,, ... .. .. .... .: $695' 56 CHEVROLET, & H, paint '61 MERCURY :
f 210 4-dr. wagon V-8 AT R new .
r mechanical cond. very clean PS. whiteH. S buttout. -
lob. good throughffuul! black f nish withATred. and Inferior. .,
='58 PONTIAC IMPERIAL Southampton htop sed. .

41'door sedan, automatic transmission i j I Air conditioner. .. . ... ... $895 $595 $1795
,
k radio heater power ,
steering good condition:
: .
: $595 PLYMOUTH. Sedan air 63 CHEVROLET '59 OPEL ,
conditioner.
r $395 Biscayne wagon, 6 cyl. std. transmission heat- -
er, new tires, rie n and low mileage. Sta. wagon, heater, M. transmission very goodcondition
.. I! and ,low mileage.
; -- -'58- BUICK 1957 MODELS M S y dd $ $595SPORTS

i CADILLAC. Fleetwood sedan.
and
I
r-'Boer hardtop. green
I wrote, power -steering power tory air. Top luxury model ...Fac$895
bfaftes .
=- $595 1 CARS .

I OLDSMOBILE. Sedan. Air. cond. ? $395 '64 CORVETTEStingray

tSHAWIr cps. factory air PS PB, AT, R I H,
5 56 BUICK I 1956 MODELS '62 T-BIRD I many other extras 12CO miles local car. .
J-door harrttoo red and black:
2-<1r. hardtop, electric windows seats, factory? $4995 .
= $395 CADILLAC. Coupe De air AT.. PS. PB. 23.000 actual miles lust like
: Ville.I Air; ..
I i cond .:: .... ..... .. . $445 new inside & out.$3195 '62 CORVETTE

-- Per ii 4-speed, both tops R & H. dean condition.

5--I_:Cadillac; _loaded Month$42 i!i CADILLAC. Sedan. Rough .. .... $' 00 \ & $2995 :

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SL Plymouth $28 J i OLDSMOBILE. 88 Sedan. Very r 3 Reasons To Buy At Gainesville Auto Sales ;
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57-Dodge 2 door sharp. Black. In very good condition. $495
1. Low down ;
or no payment
':hardtop .. .... $17 I

57-:yIagon Chevrolet...Station... $34 i 1955 MODELS .t\ KEETER 3.2. We Lowest stand monthly behind payments our automobiles :'

56 Buick .. $21 I CADILLAC. Sedan ....,....... $20U \ A'i

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56. Olds $20 .!.: GAINESVILLE AUTO SALES

59 Ford ,V-8 .... $34 ''i OLDS. 88 Sedan. Rough. ........ $99 ..-"
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i I .- DEALER SINCE 1924" .. OPEN IlL 9 Across from the Shopping Center : .

I CHEVROLET. 6 standard shift.MOTOR. .. $150 aorvd. II

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